The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1944 · Page 5
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.MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 19-14 BLYTHEVILLK (ASK,)', .COURIER NEWS CLARIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate wt n ne , or consccuUve Insertions; Minimum Charge >i(ta 1 "me pet Una .............. 15c -"' .c 3 times per line per dny. ........ Oc 5 tmes per line per day ........ 7o U times per line per day ........ 5c 1 Month per line ............... 90c Ads ordered ror three or six times and stepped before expiration will W charged lor tlie number of limes 11)0 nd nppenred and adjustment ot bill made. All classified Advertising copy submitted. by persons residing out- tidc of the city must be riccom- panted by cash. Rntcs may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular insertions takes the one time rule. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect inser- ilassified ad. For Sale Just Arrived! Unibri'Mii (puts. Size 9',-i x U'L'-SSS.OS. Drill curtain and netting io mulch, $9.45. Montgomery Ward. 10-2-ck-8 for Kent One bcdrouni. Private entrance. Convenient to bath. 115 \v. Hose. 10-2-pk-5 Four-room house. Harve Lewis, no. of race-track. 10-2~i)k-10.8 House. Mile south on Franklin. Mrs. Archlllicm. D,30-pk-lo;-l Two-room fimiishcil apt. Apply IC14 W. Cherry. IO-2-pk-5 Price Ceiling ({oxidations. PAGE-FIVE Bedroom. Couple preferred. Mrs. Kay Uiiuldy. 101 E. Sycamore, city. OOlce In LngMuu Jbuiioiuij. Inquire »t tile Co. n-30-c£-tf Grocery ,t meat aiarkcl ivilli living <l"nrtcrs. Sec or write Y. Lewis 15'JH \v. Ash. 10-2-pk-5 COKSKTS. MrsJolm Ix>ii|{, registered carscticrc. 13;! w. Kentucky. Phono 3388 before !) u. HI. rind after •) p. ni. llK'-pk-ll 2 Hieycles arc no longer ralion- • I'd. Get the best one mmle al 1'LANTKRS HARD- .WARE C. 9-25-ch-25 Modern 9 room house with 2 baths priced to sell. 626 W. Walnut' Phone 3280. 10',2-pk-l) Portable radio, battery and "electric like new. The Radio Hospital, 20-1 W. Ash. !>|29-pk-10;3 Business lots uptown. Phone 3261. 9;26-pk-10;26 '.'!'! Chevrolet Sedan, heater; hiii-gain. 12(i K. Ash SI. 2-pk-3 4 room house, two lots. 805 So. Lake See A. L. Wood, Enst Highway 18 9i2G-pk-lo;3 Wanted to Buy •Codak for bov in .service overseas Write Box 12, Dell, Ark. 102-pk-5 Cash for girl's or bov's bicycle. Plio. 2239. a,;tO-pk-1 14 x 20 or 10 x 20 steam engine Write A. 13. Myers, Derma, Miss. 9-29-pk-3 rent or Irnllcr. 1333 Holly. </>- . HlfillKST prevailing get all (he !iiw price—not a dime iV. .suhtnu-ted. allows itnd in fiisl). too. I!. Sell your car to Phillips without any advertising expense. No appointments or price haggling. No one h asking yon lo lake another car in Imde. Saves yon lime and eliminates trouble. Phillips pays yon TOP V> 92G-pk-10;3 - I (/> w <1. Yon don't have to spend your montiy pulling your ear in shape to sell it. Phillips does (lint with no ^ "come-back" on yon. 5. Sell your car to Phillips ami avoid risk of break^ ing a friendship. If yon sell to a personal friend, and the car goes wrong, he always blames yon. 0. Phillips will give yon CASH in full for your car. W- No Delay, No, Notes—ALL CASH. 7. Sell to Phillips and know that your ear will he reconditioned and sold to someone who has a real need for it. v> Baby stroller. Phone 32-12. 9;2c-pk-io;:i Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAQAN, 615 Chlcka- sawba. 9jl3-pk-13 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning anil repairing. George Ford, Hardti- way Appliance Co. Phone 2071. O-ll-ck-10-11 Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. Will pny cash for Jl0,0(10 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Linke & Braden of Paragould, Arkansas, have all kinds of farms foi . sale In Northeast Arkansas. Write them for llsls. 9j25-pk-ll Chops, shelled and car corn, onts, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay. Ful-O-Pe]) poultry nnd dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service Blythcville Grain & Elevator Co. 102-ck-tr Will pay 20c per nou. for wlro coat hangers. Hudsor Cleaners. Wanted TF.RSONALl7.En CHRISTMAS CARIJS printed with your name. 25 for $1 . nntl 50 for SI. Place your order now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. 9-21-ck-21 Service work at MonlffoiKery Ward & Co. All nnikes of electric appliances serviced. Call f>92 for ser- _vic^_ 3j2G-ck-10'[3 'Jobs Wanted 8. At Phillips you'll get. a square deal all around be• cause Phillips wants your friendship now and in the future when yon want to buy a car again. GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. At PHILLIPS MOTOR CO, RIALES LAND CO. ilns Moved Buck To it's Old ),or:ilton In Glencoe Hotel I'll. 461 Uusscll K. Itlales ituiidic.v, Hats uud Mice dim!- u:itcil. Conlrucl ««rvlco In yesl control, Biddle Exterminator! Freo Estimates. 115 8. Third 1'liono Z1B1 WK KlMi Al.l, DOCTOR*' PRESCRIPTIONS AND BAVK YOU MONE* S T E W A R T' 3 Drug S l»r e Main A lu>k* Fk»« EMU Try our "Own Miulc" file Hickory inn fr*m Hljh 8r,ti*ol VI Tel. 453 Walnut nt Mh $$$$$$$$$ Wanted To Jtent Army couple desires furnished apt. or room with kitchen privileges. Wo don't throw \vild piirties, drink or have pets. Our only bad hnliit is, \ve have a child we adore. Call Mrs. Kirchhciuer nt 4C1. 10,2-pk-S Truck driver, 2000. experienced. Phone 9;30-pk-10:7 Services Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Kljllievillc Machine Shop.-— _ 30-ck-10;30 One double stainless steel sink. 32'J East Kentucky. 9;30-])k-lo;4 Small House Trailer. Cheap, coin- far tnble home. Sec "Doc" Demi. 9[30-pk-IO-T Day nursery for children. Serviceman's wife. Otto I. First. Phone 883. io-a-pk-5 Alterations and sewing. Mrs. G. C. Hawks, 520 Madison, phone 3339. 10-2-|)k-5 Willie Bell Green, washing and Ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. 9;2G-pk-10'2C Ollicer's iiiiitorin. Also extra trousers and shirts. Used only a short time. Size 37 short. 1118 W. Ash ftfter C and on Sunday. 9-30-|>k-4 : ->88 .acre farm on highway. Close to town, electricity, 6 room house two large Ijarns. Oti terms. Tom Prank, Clarkton, Mo. 9;30-pk-lO]7 t. C. A. record player. The Radio Hospital. 20-1 W, Ash. S,30-pklO,3 Kipctrlc drink tiox. One 14 ft. Warren dry drink box. 20 inch, counter l-5p. Coca-Cola red porcelain. For anyone in need of n real drink, bos tins is it. Hoy Coleman, Gideon, Mo., 01 Jack Marsh, Blytheville. 9-22-pk-10-G 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice -1 room homes In a pleas- Ing neighborhood. Take your choice tor S2100 on easy terms. See S. Jiedel, 224 Main, or your own agent. Or write Julius Jiedel, 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tcnn. flilC-ck-10 ATTENTION! For those hard-to-gct items, maybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking all over the country- try PAHKHURST first! Ii, business since 19CH. Everything for the home, office iuirt school PARKHURST, Phone 9GG—107-109 E. Main. 3-14-ck-14-t[ Experienced bookkeeper open foi pint-lime work, evenings preferred. Call 2808. 3:2G-pk-iOilO Lost Ladies coin purse containing approximately S80. Believed left it Kirby's Drug Store, Main am Broadway, .Saturday afternoon Liberal reward. Miss Mildred Martin, Shawnce Teacherugc, Joinei Ark. 10-2-ck-. or 4 room 1'hoiic 2850, lurnished aparlincnt. AJi'.s. Hurry Grimes. 0;30-pk-10i7 or 0 room house. Call 2003. Joe Stirckland. 9j27-nk-4 Airnlshcil apartment or small house. Phone 2848. C;2(i-pk-10]3 Help Wanled Cari-icr liovs. Apply il( silk' (l(ini- of Coiii-iei- News bu- Iwccn H ji. m. ;uid .1. p. m. fl-2i)-<!h-tf Woman It) iln Kcneral bouse work in small home one or mote days weekly al hours lo snil worker's convenience. Fair pay Mrs. Samuel V. Noi-ris. Call -Ifil or 208'1 a( night. Kxpcrlenccd cooks and Apply Hotel Noble. w&ltreucs. ll-ct-W NAVAL SECRETARY •i'HORIZONTAL 57 Cheer : ;1 Pictured U S. SB Ocean • ,.\ Secretary ot 09 Forenoon •£(N,ivy during (nb.) •*•• I Wilson ad- GOSnenky '.^'ministration, Gl Anger • '.)oseph\is C2 Inheritance ^ Makes speech C3 Lift 9-CJiH*«( sen vice TR ,BIRJE S u.p For Sale 285 Acres of highly, Improved land on Highway 61 four miles soulh of Illy- (lieTille. C. G, Smith Klintr Tire ft Tube R«p«»r C«tUn Btlt R.K. A 8. Hwy. tl (Fgincr); wlih EJI||« At. rt») 'II do both yourself and your country favor if you'll^ bring"that idie 4 "car to so that we can re-sell ft to" someone is engaged in essential Work and urgently^needs dependable'war- transportcstion; time WAR WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATIONl CIVILIAN DEFENSE WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! RED/CROSS WORKERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! DOCTORS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FARMERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! FOOD SUPPLIERS NEED TRANSPORTATION! ALLEY OOP She Seems Calm About, 11 WHILE VILLWNS TRY TO SLAY THE POTENTATE (ALLfVDOP;, KINS SOLOMONS AGENT AND THE SlAVf OiRL WOOLrt) TAKE ACTION TO FRUSTfJATE THE ROT/ "V THE. ASSASSINS ->'-/ HAVE BEGUN l~:\ THEIR ATTEMPT Hy V. T- IIAM1.1N .f... Brown billfold, containing A, B nm E i;;is books: also, fislung' am limiting licenses. Plenty of itlcn tifimtion. Reward. niclmrc Fanght. Finder plensc return to Coniicv News office. IO-2-J&-5 Key ring. Several keys, miniature license No. 122-C07 and black "8- ball." In or near postofflce. Phone _J)1C2 or 2240. _ lU-2-pk-5 A prospective husband and wile musl remain secluded together fur •SO days before the wedding ceremony in Java. Opfomefmf at GuarcTs Jewelry 209 W. Main Y lc table radios cheaper at Hn- Jio Hospital. 201 W. Ash. . 9-H-pk-14 acres, with 40 ncres tlmlier. All iinder wire fence. One mile East of Stonewall, Ark. Known as the Hoffman farm. All level. Anyone Interested write to L. A. SCRIVNER, Coming, Ark. 9-S-pk-G NO, SIR! It's not loo early, right now Is the time to start buying those gift Hems of all kinds tlmt you didn't know were obtainable. Also ladles' nnd gentlemen's furnishings in handkerchiefs, gloves, shirk, ties, hosiery, hats, traveling tags, musical Instruments, and other items loo numerous to mention . . . NOW, wliile our store Is crammed full and rMiining over. 1'ARKHURST, 107-103 E. Main. Piiono MC. 9-14-ck-H-tt Klecfrie and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. ^^ O-T-ch-7 Seed rye, barley and oats. Top quality. L. K. Aslicrafl ; Co. Phone 493. 9-6-ch-G One 35 ca. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 20 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with counter top; one 10 ft. meat display cnso. E. B. Oee Sales Co. phono 2026, 8-J2-ck-tl Kills JOHNSON GRASS Sept. and Oct. are considered best months for poisoning. E . GO. Ark. 12 Exist 13 Knock' '14 Mother 15 Skill 1G Beverage 17 Dined 18 That one 19 Pastry 20 Auricles 22 Prepare for 'f publication '? 23 Canvas shelter 24 Bone 2B Musical note 27 He served ' during ; War I 30 He built a VERTICAL 1 Tropical 2 Space 3 Close 4 Age 5 T.irdy 0 Raced 7 Leave out 8 Rodent 9 Binding 1 material 10 Ireland 11 Let it stand 21 Sun 23 Sesame ! 25 South Dakota -in Tear fruit (ab.) 2fi Mez/.o forte (ab.) 27 Trouble 28 Unusual 23 Portuguese coin 31 Greek letter 32 Kra M Infant 37 Is able 38 Transpose (ab.) 39 Cross (nb.) 43 Suffer loss •14 Female sheep <!>U 45 Anatomy (ab.) 46 Cognomen •17 Urn 4B Shout SOOpcralic solo .11 Small wayon 52 Biblical pronoun 54 Chapcau M Grain vos, AND WE ^^usr HASTC.V? HERE, THIS BLftDE WILL BE MORE SUITED TO THIS NIGHT'S large -wartime 34 Lyric poem 35 Also 3C Proclamation' 39 Permit 41 Measure of .42 Rhode- Island (ab.) '.43 Thin 4 6 He was : Secretary of i - the '•49 Treaty 1 S3 Possess 1 54 Laughter I sound j 55 Air (comb. form) COTTONSEED BAGS and SOYBEAN BAGS Sec Us Before You Buy.' J. L. TERRELL Office 111 S. Bdy. Phone 2631 ALREADY TCH/SO THAT'S THEV'l'E LOOSt'O THE (DIABOLICAL PLKN.' . WE'RE ..I PEAR TOO UT( FRECKLES AND HIS FIUI5N1XS 'I'LL MAMA&E YOUR CAMPAIGN, LARD. AMD eer YOU ELECTED , x- COMMISSIONER / YOU I OF ATHLETICS ' SAID I THE FIRST \ IT' /, STEP IS TO SEE X~ .Ji-f'l WHW HILDA •' IW \ \* DOES-.THEM iC'lt-fl' WE'LL C3O HER. / ^- <j:'' OHEBetTER.'j • ]" Hy MEHIULL BLOSSKl MO USE, FRECK—1 DOWT K. 'iHev'Re PKETTV ENOUGII - C. T. M. fitd. U. S. P. RED HYDBR JOE KAV&5, CCNflCEfiCE WRONG euess VJHEfJ HE PICKS RED RYDER FORA 'ox Finds a 1 ! WASJI TUBES By FRED HARMAJi l.MJT li'XNOT LEWIN 1 IrilS MECr^ OF W h'OOE TILL 1 LEAKS! 5EO, Adding Two and BY LESLIE TURNER YOUR OLD BAIIERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops Batteries wear out faster with today's irregular driving. They frequently go dead ' without advance warning. Guard against lost time, inconvenience and annoyance by letting ni 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 yon. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO: Tel. 453 Walnut ot 5th SEEMS LIKE T!!!5 IS THE WRON6 ADDRESS FOR HELP N FIMD1N6 SERGEANT LINK...SAY! SHE DOE5WT LOOK LIKE A JAPI j MOT PERMIT \ DEPASTURE FROM HOJSE J NOT EVEM fOR We BREATH OP FRE5H AIRf j. WHOEVER Sri^ 13, SHE'S A P2I5OMEP,... A1AVSE THIS APCRESS ISN'T 50 unrstf AFTER ALL! HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Just That Win- EDGAR MARTIN 60SH . We. "OOW" OliT & \Q TOVOVi voo\-i: K 'VO.^V O'OTf ^ vATOV. 1

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