The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1944 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1044 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION ----- BLYTBEVILLE '(AM.): tJOUBIBB' JfEWS' 'crtlon™'* consecutlve nlmum Charge ......... 6 ime per lino ......... per line per day",',','".'i2c Imes per line per day 9 C jmes per Une per day.'. [ 70 times per lino per day 60 tfonth per line... 90o Ada ordered lor three or six'tlmcs a stopped before expiration will cnarged /or (he number of times e au appeared and adjustment of I made. All Classified Advertising copy piled by persons residing out«• or the city niust be nccoin- nled by cash. Rates may be easily mputed Iron) the nbovo table. Advertising ordered for Irregular crtlons takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken more than one incorrect Inser- aii For Sale For Sale , PAGE SEVib*."-':"' Business lots uptown. Phone 32G4. 9|20-pk-1012C SPENCER CORSETS? ~Mrs~~Jo!m Long, registered coi'setiere, 133 W. Kentucky. Phone 3388 before a n. m. and alter 4 p. m. 10',2-pk-llj2 0 room modern home, postered throughout. Servant house. On '2 acres of land adjoining city llm- Hs. Price 55850—$2850 casli, balance at $50 per month. H. C. CAMPBELL, phone 2(M1. 10|3-pk-10 Beautyrcst mattress and steel spring. Three piece Kroehler nniple sofa, Maple coll'ce table and corner table. Phone 3315. IO-3-uk-G Vt- Just Arrived! Umbrella tents. Size 9'A x 9 Vt— $35.05. Drill curtain and uctdnu to match, $9.45. Montgomery Ward. lO-2-ck-8 Bedrooms. 314 N. Ninth. Mrs, W. L. Green, phone 2177. 10-3-pk-10 ocery & meal market with living liiarters. See or write Y. Lewis 1523 W. As)). 10-2-pk-5 e-wiir baby stroller, in good con- lltion. 328 Doiigan. Sec Mrs. Holb. 10-3-|A-5 stor River Bottom Farm. My cli^ s arc elderly couple and 'in ill icalth. Waul to sell out and go to 'lorkla. Here is a 411 acre l»ltom farm In S. E. Missouri that will •e anything. Modern residence, wo barns and live tenant houses ill in A-l condition. Ditched, cncccl and cross-fenced. Price $11,500, and terms. Improvements ilone arc worth the purchase )rice. icy also have a 78 acre farm, two niles from town. 7-room rest- lencn. Price $5,500, terms. Ed B. Cook, Attorney, 102 So. First Street. 10-3-pk-6 iicycles arc no longer rationed. Get the best one made Rit PLANTERS HARD- JVVARKC. 9-25-ch-25 loderi) 9 room house with 2 baths, priced to sell. 025 w. Walnut. Phone 3280. • 10[2-pk-0 .Inke & Braden of Paragould, Arkansas, have all kinds of farms for sale in Northeast Arkansas. Write them for lists. 9|25-pk-ll For Rent One bedroom. Private entrance. Convenient to bath. 115 w. nose. 10-2-pk-5 Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Wnlnut. Phone 2510. 10-3-ck-tf Four-room house. Hnrve Lewis, no. '' of race-track. 10-2-i)k-10;8 House. Mile south on Franklin. Mrs. Archillion. ' 9i30-i)k-! Two-room furnished apt. Apply 1C11 W. Cherry. 10-2-])k-5 $$$$$$$$$ •$.«*..$ $ $ $ :WHY YOU SHOULD SELL! :YOUR CAR TO PHILLIPS: 1. No OPA Violations involved because you "Didn't know" Price Coiling Regulations. ** 2. Phillips will pay you lliu HIGHEST prevailing -W price— not n dime is subtracted. You got all t!io law allows and in cash, too. -W 3. Sell your car to Phillips without any advertising ^, expense. No appointments or price haggling. .No one .asking you to take another car in -Irude. Saves you .y, time and eliminates trouble. Phillips pays vou TOP .CASH PRICE. '. ^ 'I. Yon <ion'L have to spend your money putting your car in shape to sell it. Phillips does Unit with no ^ . "come-back" on you. 5. Sell your car to Phillips ami avoid risk of In-eak- " ing a friendship. If you .sell to a personal friend, niul V the car goes wrong, lie always blames you. (i. Phillips will give you CASH in full for your car. - No Delay, No, Notes—ALL CASH. -tf 7. Sell to Phillips nnd know that your car will be, v reconditioned and sold to someone who lias a real need for it. ' ,, 8. At Phillips you'll gel a square deal nil around be- w-cause Phillips wants your friendship now and in the 1 * future when you want to buy a car again. v ,.' RIALES LAND CO. Has Moved Hack T« It's Old I.oratlou lu Glencoe Hotel I'h. 1CI Husscl! E. Ulules Office in Icgnm Building. Inquire it the Parklmrit Co. U-30-ok-tf Wanted to Bun Kodak for boy in service overseas. Write Box 72, Dell, Ark. 10|2-pk-5 Cash for girl's or boy's bicycle. Pho. 2239. 9[30-pk-]o;4 Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. O. EAGAN, C15 Chicka- sawua. 0|13-pk-13 lops, shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay. Ful-O-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service. Blythevillc Grain & Elevator Co. " 10|2-ck-tf Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 2071. O-ll-ck-10-11 Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. B|7-ck-tf Koiwlies, )U(s and Mlt« eilml- Datcd. Contract Mrtlw la pc*l control Biddle Exterminator! Frw Ill B. Third WE no, A.UI Docroir PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONtI STEWART'S Drtf SI•r e Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory lnn fr*B Hifh .. GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR VOUR CAR. ... <«--*» At PHILLIPS MOTOR CO." Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Service* Day nursery for children. Serviceman's wife. CDS I. First. Phone 8B3. 10-2-pk-5 Will pay cash for $ 10.000' worth of good used furn!-j tore. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20o per dos. tor wire coat hangers. Hutlsoc Cleaners. Wanted To Hent Alterations aiul sewing. Mrs. a., C, Hawks, 520 Madison, plump 3333. 10-2-pk-5 Villle Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quills mid blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. 9|26-pk-1012C PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS rinted with your name. 25 for $1 and 50 lor $1. Place your order now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. 9-2t-ck-21 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Ulythuvillc Machine Shop. 30-ck-10130 )ne double stainless steel sink. 322 East Kentucky. . 9[30-pk-10j4 Army couple .desires furnished apt. or room with kitchen privileges. We don't throw wild parties, drink or have pets. Our only bad hnnit is, we have a child we adore'. Call Mrs. Kiichheiner at 464. :,. 10j2-pk-5 4, 5 or. G..room-unfui7ilshed"-h(hisc! Call Delia : Furtlc at 2152. 10|3-pk-10 3 or 4 room furnished apartment. Phone 2050, Mrs. Harry Grimes. Small House Trailer. Chenp, comfortable home. See "Doc" Dean. 7 9j30-pk-10-7 O/flcer's uniform. Also extra trousers and shii-ts. Used only a short time. Sire 37 short. 1118 w. Ash after G and on Sunday. 9-30-pk-4 288 acre farm on highway. Close to town, electricity, 6 room, house two large^barns. On terms. Tom Frank, Clavkton, Mo. Dj30-pk-10|T Electric drink box. One 14 It. 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, Blythe- v.ille. 9-22-pk-10-G I 325 MISSOURI l 514 LA CI.EDE I^>'0 nice 4 room homes In a pleas- Jlng neighborhood. Take your (.'hoice for $2100 on easy terms. Ejce B. Jiedel, 224 Main, or your o ( wn agent. Or write Julius Jiedel, Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 9|16-ck-lG A T T B N~T ION! those hard-to-get items, maybe won didn't know where to go. No ! looking all over the country— tr;|' PARKHURST first! In busl- mjss since 1804. Everything for the hc\me, office and school. VARKHURST, Phone 066 — 107-109 E, Main. I S-I4-ck-14-tf 'Electric table radios cheaper at Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. ^___ 9-M-pk-U 134 acres, with 40 acres limber. All under wire fence. One mile East of Stonewall, Ark. Known as the Hoffman farm. All level. Anyone interested write to L. A. SCRIV- NEB, Corning, Ark. 9-6-pk-O or G room, house. Call 2003. Joe Stireklrmd. 9j27-rjk- Lost Ladies coin purse containing approximately '$80. Believed left ii Kirby's Drug Store, Main am Broadway, Saturday afternoon Liberal reward. Miss Mildred Martin, Shawnce Teacheragc, Joiner, I Ark. 10-° -'- = ' Experienced bookkeeper open Tor part-time work, evenings preferred. Call 2808. _912G-pk-10110 During Hie year 1941, the nation Oduced '375,000,000 pounds of >o\vdcr and explosives; in 1042 the igure increased to nearly two bil- loti pounds; and In' '1943 the nn- :ion produced ;over three billion pounds. . HORIZONTAL • out , 1,5 Pictured 51 Obscure : jj commander o£ 52 Russians <|U. S. Army VERTICAL irj'l Services of '. 1 Spurt Supply, Maj.- 2 Indian Help ,';irricr boys. Apply at side door of Courier News between M p. in. uiul -I. p. m. 9-29-dh-t.f Woman to do general house work in small home one or more days weekly at- hours to suit worker's convenience. Fair pay Mrs. Samuel P. Norris. Call 461 or 2084 nt night. Experienced cooka uul Apply Hotel Noble. Elntr VULCANIIinG , Tire ft Tube Repair C*ttMt Belt KB. * •. RW7. •> (F.rwtlj with bete Am. F_or Sale 285 ACTM of highly improved land on Highway 01 font miles south of Illy- C. G. Smith Is your car standing idle much of the rime under gas rationing? Does it cost you more to keep it |n trim Irian it pays back in transportation? Why not turn '^V iii2si._ . V H into 'money- good money? '"•' '• 'V».'v». ;• Sell it to us-and lei some .4. ,'• ' **.^> "H- , war worker hdve the oppor-' tunity to get vitally needed • . <* l transportation! BRING YOUR CAR TQ MS. . . TODAY! B lialli Conies Kir llv V, T. HAMLIN BOSTON (UP)—Unable to sleep one night, Julia Ward Howe spen the most profitable lialf-liour of lici life—writing the "Battle Hymn 9: the Republic." > ' .*•.>, ' ARMY. LEADER \-ft? "elN Si£O.r I Needs a Vac n Li on FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS • 8 Caterpillar ; hairs ' DSen eagle '11 Circuitous •• route • 12 Oozes 3 Drag 4 Roman emperor 5 For fear C Before compass 37 Encourage '•' that 19 Knlire 39 Town in Ulah 20 Perfect 40 Genus of 7 Compass point 23 Floor covering maples . I 15 Misplaced Brown billfold, containing A, B and E gas books; also, fishing and. hunting licenses. Plenty of iden-' 20 Image tifkation. Reward. Richard Faught. Finder please return to Courier News office. JO-2-pk-5 8 Hardens 10 Heroic 11 Animal 13 Anon 16 Charged atom 14 Scrutinize 18 Remainder 17 Point of the 24 Aged 28 Mimic 29 Bird's home 32 So be il! 33 Encountered 41 Bathe 44 Seed container •15 Roof fmial 47 Color 35 Small particle 48 Bitter vclch Key ring. Several keys, miniature license No. 122-007 and black "8- ball." In or near posloffice. Phone 3102 or 2245. 10-2-pk-5 Personal MEN, WOMEN! OLD AT 40, 50, GO! Wanl'to feel peppy, years younger? Ostrcx Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking iron; also contain vitamin Bl, calcium. Trial size ' only 35c. At all druggists— in Bly- tlieville, at Kirby Drug. IOj3-pk-6 Wanted Truck driver, 2096. experienced. Phone o;30-pk-10[7 NO, SIR! It's not too early, right now Is the time to start buying those gift Items of all kinds that you didn't know were obtainable. Also ladies' and gentlemen's furnishings In handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, tics, hosiery, hat$, traveling bags, musical Instruments, and other Items ^oo numerous to mention . . . '•NOW, while our store Is crammed full and running over. PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phone 966. 9-M-ck-M-tf Electric and Battery Radios. Hardinvay Appliance Co. 9-7-ch-7 rye, barley and oafs. Top quality. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Phone 493. 9-6-ch-G One 35 cu. ft. reach In refrigeratoi-; one 20 ctt. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler wllh counter top; one 10 ft. meat display case. E. 11. Q«e Sales Co., i 2026. 8-12-ck-M ATLACIDE Kills JOHNSON GRASS Sept. and Oct. are considered best months for poisoning. E.C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Blytheville, Ark. „ 21 Year iab.) i22'Either 24 AlJcgcd force 25 Symbol Cor neon f 2fl Tungsten \i (ab.) ,27 French article 128 Any 30 Symbol (or silver <j 31 Ambary 32 Part of "be" .34 Ring out •3G Crippled ( 38 East (Fr.) 39 Verbal 42 Wager 43 Sot 45 Be dull and spiritless 60 Turn inside COTTONSEED BAGS I TljtNK M QUALIFIED TO 4E COMMISSIOWEK. OF ATHLETICS . 1 WAS ON THE FOOTBALL TEAM FOR THREE YEARS/ You SURE', HAVE,/ VooVe-; DONF MOI<B THAM VOUR. SHARCf/ PIAYPD BASKETBALL, ICE HOCKEV, BASEBALL AMD 1CMNIS --ALL t'QR. SOOO OLD SHADYS1DE HIGH.' NOW I ASK VOL), HAVE i DONE DUTY WELL? ____ AMD vou'Re EMTITLED TO A REST SO. WE'LL VOTE FOP- THE. OTHER CANDIDATE/ W^i —^Tr ' '"&& ^M <?, RED HYDER Three Guesses, Red By FRED HARMAK and SOYBEAN BAGS See Us Before You Buy! J. L. TERRELL Office 111 S. Bdy. Phone 2631 THIS tor \ WE'RE RMLHO^E,) A1 TH' ^RCD J RESERVATION, WDE.R//} LHTlf B&WER.' X^T TO TMX BlROFE.\TriE(?.' RE3£R\WTIOC*.' WflMPES WHERE THEY GET IT? WASH TUBES Mow Do You Do? .BY LESLIE TURNER HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY! When It Stops-Your Car Stops RaKeries wear oul fasler wilh loday's irregular driving. They frcquenlly "go dead" without advance warning. Guard against lost lime, inconvenience and annoyance by letting us check your battery now. Genuine Ford naileries fil 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.:.453 Walnut at 5th you SPOKE _.. .- , COlONEL JALOPI.SENORITA TION Of MIL1TARV VALUE. TWA... NOW VOU ARE A 1 MARIA...WHEN HE STOPS PRISONER FOR SURE! .^k PAVIMfl,16IVE HIM THE ^V4A. pouBLE-CR^SS! BUT YOU { I HAVE MV METHODS- ARE in Nol U5TEM! WHAT IS THAT? HE PAYS FOR INFOBMA BY EDGAR MARTIN BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES WO'.WttY.Wb

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