The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1944 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4,' 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION llntmum Charge time per Una... times per line per' day I times per line per day.. tmes per line per day .rtty.. Bo Month per line ...... ....... . 80o nd «ta H 4 ,.' 01 tfu " 6 or Gl * ttaes ? rh« PJ i cd , before «Pl»«on «'U1 charged for the number ol times 111 n?ade PPeiirCd ° nd ad J ustment °« j| 11 m C !? Ssmed Advertlslnj copy OTmllted by persons residing out- the clty mujit »ni H v, =om- anled by cash. Rates may be easily omputed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular isertlons takes the one time jatc. No responsibility will be taken or more thnn one Incorrect inser- lon ol any classified ad. BLYTHEYILLE (ARK,):'COURIER NEWS For Sale Business lots uptown. Phone 3264. 9!26-pk-10i261 Grocery ft meal market wltjfllviiig quarters. Sec or write Y. Lewis, 1523 W. Ash. 10-2-|y>:-5 Pre-war baby stroller, In good cou- ditloii. 328 Dougan. See Mrs. Hoi- comb. 10-3-pk-5 $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ WHY YOU SHOULD SELL: YOUR CAR TO PHILLIPS: P/iGE SEVEN '•, Just Arrived! „. «.^ UK x 9%—$35.95*Drill curtain ana netting to match, $9.45. Montgomery Ward. 10-2-ck-8 «» For Kent Bedrooms. 3H N. Ninth. Mrs. W. L. Green, iilione 2177. 10-3-pk-10 Bedroom, convenient to bath. Oil w. Main, Plibue 3325. 10,'4-|>k>ll One bedroom. Private entrance. Convenient to bath, 115 W. Rose , 10-2-i)k-5 for Sale .PbNCER CORSETS. Mrs. Join] -Lout', registered corscliere. 133 w Kehtucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a in-aiul after 4'p. m. 10j2-))k-ll|2 Icautyrest mattress and steel spring Three piece. Krochler maple sofa Maple coffee table ami corner table. Phone 3315. 10-3-pk-O Vncc (hose soybeans with clfclrie fence from Planters Four-room house. Hnrvc Lewis, no. of race-track. . 10-2-!>k-10'8 Two-ioom furnished apt. Apply 1GM W. Cherry. 10-2-|)k-5 Office In Iiigpa"! Building. Inquire it the Pgrttmnt Co. U-30-ck-tf Wanted to Buy Hdw. Co. 9-25-ch-25 tf.slor River Bottom Farm. My clients are elderly couple ana In ill health. Want to sell out and go to Florida. Here is a 411 ncre bottom farm In S. E. Missouri that will raise anything. Modern residence two barns and five tenant houses all in A-l condition. Ditched, fenced and cross-fenced. Price $17,500, and terms. Improvements nlonc are worth the purchase price. 'hey also have a 78 acre farm, two ' miles from town. 7-rooru resi- |Jence. Prife $5,500, terms. Ed B. Oook, Attorney, 102 So. First Street, - - 10-3-pk-6 Modern 9 room house witl'i Z baths] priced to sell. 626 W. Walnut Phone 3280. 10|2-pk-9 Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to 310 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10;3-pk-l'8 Oil Heater. Phone 2928 or Osceola, phone CO. 10]4-uk-7 jinke & Braden of Paragould, Arkansas, have all kinds of farms for sale in Northeast Arkansas. Write them for lists. . gjas-pk /hops., shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hay Ful-O-Pep poultry and dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service Blytbeville Grain & Elevator Co /'omfortable Iwdroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 251C 10-3-ck-tf Kodak for boy in service overseas Write Box 72, Dell, Ark. 10j2-pk-5 Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C, EAGAN, 615 Chickasawba. 9]13-pk-13 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 2071. Hay and Corn. Blylheville Grain and Elevator Co. 817-ck-tf Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furnl- tare, Wad« Furniture Co Will pay 20c per aot. for wire cos' _hangera. Hudsoc Cleaners. Wanted To Kent OPA Violations involved because yon Price Ceiling Regulations. 2. Phillips will pay' you the HIGHEST prevailing price—not a dime is subtracted You got till the law • allows and in cash, too, . . 3. Sell your'car to Phillips without any advertising expense. No appointments or price haKClin^. No one . asking you lo take another car in trade. Saves you time mid eliminates trouble. Phillips pays von TO I' .CASH PRICK. _<]. Yon don't have to spend your money putting your car in shape lo sell it. Phillips does) thai wilh DO _ "come-back" on yon. , G. Sell your car to Phillips ntul avoid risk of lireak- " ing a friendship. If yon sell to a personal friend, and the car goes wrong, ho always blames you. G. RIALES LAND CO. Hits Moved Hack T» U'a Old Locution In Glencoe Hotel I'h. 161 UuucU K. HialM Phillips will give yon CASH in full for your car. Delay; No, Notes—ALL CASH. '' v 7. Sell to Phillips and know that your car will be reconditioned and sold lo .someone who has a real need for it. 8. At Phillips you'll gel a square deal all around l>e» cause Phillips wants your friendship now and in the fulure when you wanl to buy a car again. ft^ GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. 'PHILLIPS MOTOR co. Roachw, HgU *nd Mice eltinl- oattd. Contract wrrlot lo pert wntroL Biddle Exterminator! Free Eatloutcm. lit 6. Third Phone mi WE FILL ALL DOCTOXr PRESCRIPTIONS AND HAVE YOU MONK STEWART'S Dm Sttr« M»tn Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn Airwu fr«B Hlfh Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ Services Will cure [or children during dny. Gail 2409 for appointment. 1014-pk-lt Day nursery for cliildreii. Serviceman's wife. 005 No. 7th. Phone 883. 10-2-pk-7 Two or three room unfurnished apartment or small unfurnished house, Otis Cole, phone 2900. Alterations and sewing. Mrs. G. C. Hawks, 520 Madison, phone 3333. 10-2-nk-5 PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS irlnted with your name. 25 for $1 and 50 for $1. Place your order now, WOOD'S DRUG STORE 10'2-ck tf* —• . ——— _ ! _ Army couple desires furnished apt. Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ic« plant on IIwy. 61. 912S-pk-10]20 Steel Watering Troughs Steel oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blytlieville Machine Shop. ^ 30-ck-10|30 5mall House Trailer. Cheap, comfortable home. See "Doc" Dean. , . 9]30-pk-10-7 I 1 'room modern home, plastered throughout. Servant house. On 2 neres of land adjoining city Jim- its. Price S5850—S2850 cash, balance at $50 per month. H. C CAMPBELL, phone 2641. _. ._ ' . 10[3 - pk-10 Z88 acre farm on highway. Close to town, electricity, 6 room house two large terns. On terras. Tom Frank, Clarkton, Mo. 9!30-pk-10j7 Slectrlo drink box. One 14 ft. War^ ren dry drink box. 20 inch counter top. Coca-Cola red porcelain. For anyone in need of a real drink Irax this is it. Roy Coleman, Gideon, Mo., or Jack Marsh, Blytlie- yille. 9-22-pk-10-G 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE rwo nice 4 room homes in a pleas- Ing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms. See S. Jiedel, 224 Mnin, or your 'fciwn agent. Or write Julius Jiedel 12151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 3|I6-ck-16 A T T E N T I 0 N ! For those hard-to-get items, maybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking all over the country- try PARKHURST first! In business since 1904. Everything for the home, office and school PARKHURST, Plione BBS— 107-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-l4-tf or room with kitchen privileges. We don't throw wild parties, drink or have pets. Our only bad habit is, we have a child we adore. Call Mrs. Kirchheine'r at 464. . . JO|2-pk-5 Experienced bookkeeper open for part-time work, evenings preferred. Call 2808. 9!2G-pk-10|10 4, 5 or C room unfurnished house Call Delia Purtle at 2152. lOjS-pk-lO 3 or 4 roam furnished apartment Phone 2850, Mi's. Harry Grimes. _ ^ jPI'PHrl?' Keif) Wanfe* Part Time Collector to collect on Active monthly,accounts In Bly- thcvlllc and Osceola, Arkansas, 'nils position will require approximately 25 hours a week. Applicants must qualify for Fidelity Bond and should have a car. Apply Box PFC, Courier News. 10-4-ck-T Woman to do general house work in small home one or more days weekly at hours lo suit worker's convenience. Pair pay Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Call 461 or 2084 at night. Police Had Proof CLEVELAND (UP)—John Yur- icka, Jr., admitted crashing into a parked.. automobile - wi,lh - his *. own car when police confronted him with his rear license plate, which had transferred itself to the other machine before Yuricka drove without reporting the accident. oil The famous half-and-half drink consisted of half ale and hall stout in the old days. Lost Ladles purse containing approximately $80. Believed left in Klvby's Drug Store, Main nnd lirondway, Saturday afternoon. Liberal reward. Mis-s Mildred Martin, Sliawnee Teachenige, Joiner, Ark. 10-2-ck-5 Drown billfold, containing A, B and E gas books; also, fishing and hunting licenses. Plenty of identification. Reward. Richard Fiuight. Finder please return to Courier News office. 10-2-pk-5 Key ring. Several keys, miniature license No. 122-B07 and black "8- ball." in or. nenr jwstofflee. Phone 3102 or 2245, 10-2-pk-5 Mulder Is Steeplejack , TIFFIN (UP)—Tiffin's first steeplejack lor Jill), Mrs. Glenn Little, fcta.taken up tower painting to escape the drudgery of "housework. The 23-year-old mother of three children assisted with the : pointing of the Monroe School tower here. For Sale 285 Acrea of highly Improved ) ft n d on Highway 61 four miles south of Bly- thcrille- C. G. Smith Ehntr VULCAHIZinG Tire ft Tnb« Repkh Cfcltao Belt BJU • «. Hwy. ffl ir.r»«rlj wilh Uvtor A*. PU) '"':.'• I Is your car standing idle much of the lime under gas rationing? Does it cost you more to keep H in trim than it pays back in transportation? Why not turn • , '>:.• ^'Zls^ . ' ' ft into money-good money? "' ii> ^^, Sell it to us-and lei some • , •• u ^ v *•' war worker have the opportunity to get vitally needed ' transportation! ; BRING YOUR CAR TO US... TODAY, 1 toy Eich Chevrolet Co. The more tlian 4000 women of the CWAC's, Cnimdn's equivalent of t»c WACs. wear a small cluck as |iart ot their Insignia. I'UZllt ACTRESS ' (symbol) G0 Walks Kiperienoed ooo!u «Bd waltre««a. Jipply^Hotel Noble. H-ek-tf 'Jobs Wanted Ti'uck 209G. driver, experienced. Phone Personal MEN. WOMEN! OLD AT 40, 50, GO! Want to feel peppy, years younger? Ostrex Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking iron; also contain vitamin Bl, calcium. Trial size only 35c. At nil druggists—in Bly- thcville, at Kirby Drug. lo;3-pk-G Electric table radios cheaper at Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 0-14-pk-14 134 acres, with 40 acres timber. All i under wire fence. One mile East of Stonewall, Ark. Known as the Hoffman farm. All level. Anyone interested write to L. A. SCRIVNER, Corning, Ark. 9-6-pk-6 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, ties, , hosiery, hat-j. traveling bags, mu- •(isical instruments, and other items too numerous to mention . . . NOW, wliile our store Is crammed full and running over. PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phone 966. 9-14-ck-14-tf Electric and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. 9-7-ch-7 Seed rye, barley and oats. Top quality. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Phone 493. 9-6-ch-fi . — i —••—•-•^•M^"—•^^•^—• • • . if One 35'cu. ft. reach hi refrlgeratov; ono 20 cu. ft. reach In refrigerator; one 12 ft. beverage cooler with counter top; one JO ft meat dU- play case. E. B. O',« Bales Co, 2023. e-n-ck-tt ATLACIDE Kills JOHNSON GRASS Sept. and Oct. ore considered best months for poisoning. E.C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Birtherille. Ark, HORIZONTA i 1,5 Pictured movie actress D Exist . 63 Recreation 12 Small particle area 13 Each (ab.) ' 65 Edge of skirt 14 Course of ! study 16 night (ab.) 17 Writing IS Great Lakes canal 20 Doctor of Divinity (ab.) 21 2000 pounds / 23 Lyric poem 21 Hall an cm 25 Donkey ' e 2G Bachelor of, . Arts (ab.) ' ' 28 Military police (at>.) 29 Pertaining to trees 32 Writers of poems 35 Musical note 3B Sodium (symbol)' 37 Indian army (ab.) 38 On account (ab.) 38 Fasten •il Russian stockade 43 Paid notice 4-1 Street {ab.). 45 Was scaled 47 Forenoon (ab.) •19 Jewel 52 Before. 55 Any' 56 High card 57 Misfortune 59 Aluminum 6GShc appears , in motion ' picture 67 God of war 15 Therefore 45 Part of win- 18 Dawn (comb. do\v frame , VERTICAL • 1 Sharp taste 2 Man's name 3 Negative \ Urchin V s S Transmit G Simplicity ,1 Otherwise 8 Chemical i clement . 9 Like 10 Units of measure 11 Finishes form) 22 Grab ! 25 Mimic 27 Removed • bones 28 Defensive f ditches 29 Arrival (ab.) 30 Portuguese coin 31 Rodent 32 Pastry 33 Upper part 34 So (Scot.) 40 Tub 42 Dined -r-j- 4 8 Poker slake 47 She in films 48 Weave 49 Glisten 50 Ages 51 Manuscript .(ab.) 53 Scarce 54 Deer (pi.) 56 Symbol for gold 58 Health resor 61 Ream {ab.) 64 Measure ot area 1 W m FRECKLES _AND HIS FRIIjNJ)S CA.MPAIGW I WE'LL HAVH To "DREAM ) SURE HAS BOC-GEDI UP SOMETXIN& J tx>wN' ,_ -/ SENSATIONAL TO Hy MERRILL BLO88K> HILDA HAS BEEN TAWN& GROUPS OF SOPHOMORES TO A SOOA FOUMTAtN AMD YOU CAM RUM ON A PLATFORM OF HONESTY/ TU TilE VOTERS YOU V/ILL POSIT1VELV , NOT BUY VOTES,' LOST INTEREST IMMEDIATELY'/// MILK , (SHAKES/ By FRED BARMAN l'U SEE . , FIND OUT WHO'5 FIREWATER. TO IdUR PEOPLE" BlRDFEATriEK GETTING TORE fiONEY f Ron TrlElR i s \lMES,TrilS COUDlllOrt VilLL GUT V50S5E time WASH TUBES Name Your 1'i'icc HOW IS YOUR OLD BATTERY! 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 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. Walnut at 5th BY LESLIE TURNER r PERHA'P s, no, I TRADE WORHATIOM'] I NEED HELP AMP YOU iEEMTO HAVE BEGH A PRISONER W WEED O' THE SAME I AM TAN A LOOKING ) SORRV, I FOSSEMEANT DO NOT THE SER6EANT A900T THE JAPAHESE! 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