The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line for consecutive .nserllons: Minimum Charge 50 0 l time per line 15 0 per line per day 120 per line per day B C per line per day. 7 C 12 times per line per day E O 1 Month per line 90 a Ads ordered for three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accom- panlnd by cash. Hates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sal* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); c6URlffife NfcWS For Sale located on West Chlcknsawba. Nearly new modern house. Has 6 rooms with 2 ballis. Can be used for duplex or home. Vacant, you can move In today. S750 cnsh, balance KHA. if you only need a small home you can live In one apartment and rent the oilier for enough to pay the FHA payment. Cnll us today on this one.' TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 861. 9}2G-Ck-20 Mail's pre-war bicycle, bathroom oil lieater, featherbed. All In good condition, Phone 2184. 9|27-pk-30 Four room house and bath on Hcarn 31. Nice location, Price $3,650,00. H. C. Campbell. Phone 2011. 9]27-l>k-30 Baby sacques, pink, blue and white, lovely for gifts. Mrs, Paul Jobe, 1413 w. Main. 9j25-ck-1012 5 rooms and bath. Attic fan. Screened back porch. Hardwood doors Located In home-owner neighborhood. For Information call 502. 9|27-ck-30 Cook stove, white enamel table- Ipj) gasoline range. 410 shotgun, six box shells, 38 Colt automatic. Phone 2607. 9!28-pk-10:2 Business lots uptown. Phone 3264. !>i26-pk-lo;2G Living room suite in good condition Pre-war springs. Large trunk. 1019 Main Street. 9!28-pk-10j2 4 room house, two lots. 805 So. Lake See A. L. Wood, East Highway 18. 9i2G-pk-lo;3 Four-room house. Inquire at real after 5:30, C38 So. Luke. 9;2G-pk-20 Truck and Trailer. 1840 CMC, speed fixtc, 825 tires, 22 foot Prcu- hauf trailer, 900x20 tires, unit in first class condition. Phone 24 Bloomficld, Mo., or write Raj Street, Bloomftcld, Mo. 9'27pk30 Three room house, lights and water on W. Davis. Price $700.00 H c' Campbell, Phone 2C41. S'27-pk30 Westlnghouse electric stove. Mrs. Sweat. Can be seen at Charlie's Electric Shop, 118 N. First St. 9i26-pk-29 Linke & Braden of Paragould, Arkansas, have all kinds of farms for sale in Northeast Arkansas. Write them for lists. 9125-pk-ll _ ty north of Court House, run- ^..f east from Railroad to Second bVrcet; approximately 115 feet deep. Will co:isidcr nil offers. Permanent address, Mrs. S. S. Sternberg, P. O. Box 387, BlyUicville, Ark. Note: If I am out of the city your letters sent to my Blytheville address will Ire forwarded. 2G-pk-29 3 room furnishings, month old, In- chiding electric refrigerator and stove. Call personally. 116 13th St, 9j25-pk-10[2 Eight GOVERNOR HORIZONTAL I Pictured governor, Lovcrctl • 10 Area measure 12 Symbol for silver stale of Massachusetts VSimCAI. 1 DToh of green vegetables 2 Gaping :i I'ox 13 Genus of true •! Hodgepodge ' olives : 14 New Guinea ; port 15 Symbol for : nickel IS Music nole 17 Perished : 18 Bear . _£ 20 Mimic 22 Most unusual 25 Legal point 26 Low hauiils 28 Dispatch' 29 Symbol for n acquires , 0 More ;_>, .:•, sorrowful ' '•' 7 Morindin dye : aiCndun,- s 9 Permit " l 10 English queen 3-1 Early 11 Disencumbers ICnglish (ab.) ;>7 Satiates 29 Trnnsporln- lion charge 31 Encountered 33T;ixi 19 Rugged mountain • crest 21 Half-em 23 Conclude 35 Roynl Nnvy (ul> ) 30 Tied Cross (;ib.) 37 Rough lava 41 l,a|e American humorist 42 Morse's gait 45Gninl king o( Unsliun '10 Rear ol n vessel (ab.) 47 Snare RIALES LAND CO. Has Moved Back To It's Old Location In Glcncoe Hotel 'i'ii. 4Ci Kusscll E. Ufivles 24 .South Dakota 30 Rottmio 48 Lease 49 Exchange premium fiO Oceans . r>2 Unit of work 5(1 Average (nb.; 1937 Ford CO Tudor, $2.05. 1935 Hud- sou 4 door, clean, good tires. 1935 Hudson 4 door sedan. 1930 Chrysler 4 door, 5 good tires, 1932 Chevrolet Tudor, 5 good tires. C. C. Eogon, 015 Chlcknsawba Avenue. o;2C-pk-1011 Girl's pie-war bicycle with balloon tires, lights, horn, carrier, stand and leather saddle. Not been ridden 10 miles. Phone 2828. 9127-ck-tf In exclusive residential section. Eight room residence, two acres land, adjoining city limits on East Main Street. This home is plus- tered throughout, automatic bath heater, equipped with butane gas. attic fan, beautifully landscaped, with two mom servant house. Price $8,500.00. Some terms. Possession today. . • H. C. Campbell Phone 2G-H 9|25-pk-l 30 Part of "be" 32 Road (rib.) 33 Provide with : food ; 30 Rat-catching | dog 30 Tip !401IawksbiH j turtle 41 Air corps (ab.) •13 Exist 44 Like •15 Harem rooms j 47 Three ways • (comb, form) j 49 Emissaries i51Revoke ', 53 Golf device ',54 Any = 55 Narrow inlet • 57 Age 58 Pint (ab.) Sill IP _j— the 16" I I m I Koaclir.i, Hats ind MINI eliminated. Contract MtTte* In p«t control Biddle Exterminators Free Estimates. US 8. Third Fliou« Z761 WE FILL ALL UOOTOHr PRESCRIPTIONS AND HAVE XOTJ MONM STEWART'S Drif Sltr.e uk< rk»« wn "Let me buy if •*»,"• • •x and put if v^'—; "'"A^; •*•/•" [ to work P Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn Airm frtm nifh flehMl Help Wante* Waitresses, short-order cooks. Apply Ole Hickory Inn. 9-28-ch-l Tiink truck driver. Permanent job, n<>ml pay. Apply in person to Licoi Oil He- fining; Co., lllyllieville. 9-27-ch-30 Four room house on Henley St. Price $1,000.00. H. C. Campbell. Phone 2 fr"- , 9]27-pk-30 Shultz house trailer, 21 ft. long, sleeps four people. In good condition and good tires, good paint.. Can be seen across street from Miss. .Valley Canning Co., Osceola, Alt. ' 24-pk-2 PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS printed with your name. 25 for $1 and 50 for $1. Place your order now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. 9-21-ck-21 I Six room house on .Wilson 'Avc. Price $1.100.00. Terms $400.00 cash, .'JIWJO I""' month. H. C. Campbell, PhoVi? 2641. 9j27-pk-30 Venetian blinds for living room, divan and two living room chairs, two end tables, kitchen linoleum, solid birdscyc maple bedroom suite, Scaly mattress and springs, floor lamps. Phone 2801. 9i27-ck-30 Woman (o do general house work in small home one or .more days weekly at hours to suit worker's convenience. Fair puy Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Call <!(!! or 208'! at night. Experienced cooka and waitresses Dicycles are no longer rationed. Get the hesl one made at PLANTERS HARDWARE C. 9-25-ch-25 Seven room residence, modern, three acres land. Price $4,250.00. H. C. Campbell. Phone 2G41. 9j27-pk-30 [Electric drink box. One 14 ft. Warren dry drink box. 20 inch counter top. Coca-Cola red porcelain. For anyone in need of a real drink box this is it. Roy Coleman, Gideon, Mo., or Jack Marsh, Blj'lhe- ville. S-22-pk-lo-G |Corn, oats, hay. Ful-O-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed grinding. Blytheville Grain and evator Co. 9|18-ck-tf 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE ' nice 4 room homes in a pleasing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms. See S. Jledel, 224 Main, or your own agent. Or write Julius Jledel, 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tcnn. 9[lG-ck-16 C room house on one-half acre. Adjoining, city limits. Price $2500 $450 cash, balance $25 per month. Possession today. II. c. Campbell, phone 2641. 9125-pk-1 room house, two lots, price $1,900.00. Located on Tenth St. H. C. Campbell. Phone 2641. 9127-pk-30 • T E N T I 0 N ! hard-io-gct items, maybe ' know where to go. No I use looking all over the country— (try PARKHURST first! In biisi- 1 ness since 1904. Everything for the I home,- office nnri school PARKHURST, Phone 95G — 107-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-14-tf Bectric tnble radios cheaper at Ra- |dio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. a-14-pk-14 |4 acres, with 40 acres timberTAli lunder wire fence. One mile East lof Stonewall, Ark. Known as the •Hodman fnrm. All level. Anyone llntercsted write to L. A. SCRIV|NEB, Corning, Ark. 9-6-pk-6 room house with servant's house and 2 garages. 1023 Holly St. jMione 2107. 9J22-pk-29 Wanted to Buy One row combine in good condition JAMES SHARP, Rt. 2, Steele, Mo 9;28-pk-l Apply Hotel Noble. 18-c'k-t! Wanted To Kent or C room house. Call 2003. Joe Stirckland. 9|27-uk-4 Furnished Apartment or small house. Phone 2848. Gj2G-pk-10;3 Unfurnished apartment or 4 or !> room house. Permanent residents. Call 447. 9-22-ck-2B For Rent Two bedrooms convenient to bath. Phone 2514. 9]2G-pk-29 Attractively furnished bedroom In nice home, kitchen privileges, couple only. Apply in person. 305 So. Lake. 9125-pk-28 Two bedrooms. 314 N. 9lh. Mrs. W L. Green, Phone 2177. 9]23-pk-30 Services Offlco IB iBgwm Dull ding. Inquire •t the Pykhunt Co. U-30-ck-» Personal Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. 912G-pk-10j23 Laundry done for soldiers. 2312 Carolyn St. Pride Addition. 9j2Gpk-2D Experienced bookkeeper o.nen for part-time work, evenings preferred. Call 2808. 9i2B-pk-10]10 Wanted Army wife with baby, will share home with cadet wife or working girl. Phone 803. 9i2S-pk-29 Service work at Montgomery Ward & Co. All makes of elcclrlc appliances serviced. Cnll 592 for service. 9)2G-ck-10i3 Any person knowing address o Khtle Gorman, somewhere in Ken lucky, plense call 850. Mrs. Andes - 0|27-pk-3 Taken Up Pair of young mules. J. B. Darne 1 lit. 3, Blylhevllle. 9]28-pk-10| For Sale 285 Acres of highly, Improved land tin Highway V 61 four miles South of Bly- thcvltte- C. G. Smith Elmer VULCAHIZinC Tire ft Tube Repair C«lUn B*U BJt. * I. Hwr. II <r«m«lr with Bn(ler Am. PU.) j You'll do both yourself and your country a favor if /you'll bririV that idlefcar to ".' - * .n ..-x.p**«m,,-. . *~*j,i-,,wfl, r . ». M us, so that we can re-sell rt to someone c 1 • J"^' • ;•"•; t s^*...^,- .*•*»„< < t~ who is engaged in essential work and who urgently ^needs* dependable wdr4 time transportation? WAR WORKERS N«ED TRANSPORTATION! CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! L RED CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! u Loy Eich FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! ^ High Trnuser Mark FORT DEVENS. Mass. (UP)— / drill sergeant looked over a line recruits and bellowed: - "Anybot! got any complaints?"' "Yes, Sargc I have a complaint about my trou sers," piped up Pvt. 'Jim of Walerbury, Conn. "Look nil right to me," snapped the "What's wrong?" "They're chafing me under the arms," came the reply.' iood used trunks. Lon Moore, Ely- I theville, Rt, No. 1, Box 573. 1 9,26-pk-29 ' -I Tent or trailer. 1333 Holly. 9j2G-pk-10j3 One late model combine must be in good condition. C. J. Alton, Rt. 2, Box 249,. Blytheville, Ark. 9j23-pk-9-30 Baby stroller. Phone 3242. 9j26-pk-10',3 Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAGAN, G15 Chickasawba. 9]13-pk-13 Pianos bought and sold. Timing nnd repairing. George Ford, Harda- wny Appliance Co. Phone 2071. Hay and Corn. Blylhevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 8|7-ck-tf Will pay caah for $10,000 worth of good used frjrni- tore. Wade Furnltnr* Co. NO, SIR! not toei early, right now is the [time to start buying those gift ems of all kinds that you didn't now were obtainable. Also Indies' gentlemen's furnishings in handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, tics, hosiery, hat§, traveling bags, mu- |;ical instruments, and other items numerous to mention . . . 1OW.,while our store Is cram- InecTfUll and running over. 1 KI'ARKHURST, | 107'CM E. Main. Phone 966. 9-I4-ck-14-tf Will pay 20o per cios. for wire co&t hangers. Hudsor Oleanen. For Sale Two I'/j ton trucks—a Dodge and an International — at below ceiling prices. Also several pickups. BUFORD MARTIN, Phone 565, used car lot on East Main next to Larkin's Service Station. 9,27-ck-30 Lost End gate to slake body truck, fee twcen fairgrounds and my farm near Roseland. Finder please notify W. A. Whistle, Roseland., A?V., and receive reward. 9|25-pk-IO|2 lectric and HaUery Radios. |Hardaway Appliance Co. 9-7-ch-7 I'O brick buildings; one 2 story »nd one building 50x40. Inquire at |\sh & Broadway. C. Abraham. 8j30-ck-9|30 led rye, barley and oats. Top quality. L. K. Ashcraft -o. Phone 493. 9-G-ch-6 > 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator |na 20 cu. ft. reach in'wfrlgera- |or; one 13 ft. beverage cooler with •ounter top; one 10 ft. meat <1I3- |lay case. E. B. Qee Sales Co. |hone 2023. 8-12-ck-t J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing NEW YORK LIFE .INSURANCE CO. Bljthevillp, Ark. COTTONSEED BAGS and SOYBEAN BAGS See Us Before You Buy! J. L. TERRELL Office 111 S. Bdy. Phone 2631 MR. FARMER DRAGLINE AVAILABLE About October 15th For Farm Ditching—Make Arrangements Now. Surveying Of All Kinds Contact W. D. COBB, Civil Eng. P. 0. Bos '101, Blylheville, Ark. Phone 822 HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops IMfcrtcs wear out faster with today's irregular driving. They frequently "go dead" without advance warning. Guard against lost time, inconvenience and annoyance by letting us check your battery now. Genuine Ford Batteries fit all makes of cars and trucks, therefore, regardless of the kind of car you own we can serve you, Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. T.I.453 An Uiuloi'Klamlirig By V. T- UAMLIN YOU'VE MAt>E A DEAL ! IT'LL- COST, YOU YOUR OWN Hire OF, ANYTHING WRONG WITH IT! BUSINESS TO KMOW THIN66--AMD IF VOU WANT VOUR 6RAWMV BOY PRIENP OUT OP I ALIVE, YOU'LL HELP ME TO KNOW A FEW WORE THINGS.''HOW ABOUT ' LISTEN, KITTEN.' WHAT \VOULPYOU 5AY IP I.TOLD VOU THAT MEM ARMED WITH SUCH WEAPONS i ,'ausT WIPEP OUT ONE fly MERRILL BLO88BI YES - AND IF YOU A AIN'T GENTLEMAW, WOMEN- You WOULDN'T RUM ywe AuAlMST ME/ __jf THIWGS, THOOGH? WELL. IW A DEMOCRACY THE PR3PLE VOTC- CHO|CE/ OUT ,L(\KOWAS Tile OMLV CANDIDATE / AMD ITS UMFA|R E TO Gl,VE : CANDIDATE TO_^SO^--< CUCOSF FROMf / YOU'RE : ,/-= ' IN THE _Y( v i I COITESf. OPfl. 19<4 BY NEA StBVICf. INC. T. M. RtO. 0, 3. PAT. Of F. By FRED HARMAfl NOW I'll PET =»50 VOO) LOOKS SlftfLE. CW1 GDE.S5 WHICH A<5TR4S\3ER' TH 1 PEVA 16EIIEVE' I'LL' 3 UNDER 'S- —-.TRV AMI TO JOI,^ r\E VScifv) I'VE j ^\\ 1 FAvoitne I HEARD OF TlL PUT A \\Trll3 6V\r.' EA U\ V DER HELL IIRE Trtl RED "RYDER LOCO IF HE BET-UrA.' BY LESLIE TURNER WASH TUBBS MAUY OF THOSR MEM HELLO... OL)t.O VOU ELLAS TELU tE WHERE TO WD YO3U6 TITO? CAPTMH EASY; CAPTAW EASY. ( REMEMBER NOW! mO'S A FRIEMO I Y()U HELPED ORGANIZE 0'MIME,..WHEW \ THE MEN IM THIS THE 3W5 CAME-X VALLEY TO FI6HT THEM! WA.SKlLLEO...FELlPE'.-5 IM THE HODK1TA1MS TO THE i EAST.WRXIMS WITH 'ERGEMJT LINK'S MEW I BY EDGAR MARTIN Walnut at 5th

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