The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
Page 7
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^THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5,'1944" ADVERTISING INFORMATION Minimum Charge 1 time per lino 2 times per line' peVday! 3 fe S per linear day y 5 tmes per line per day bil j llne ...... • ....... 800 rdered lor three or six times stopped before expiration will the n nnd of . Advertising copy mil cd by persons residing out' ° f . tlle city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Aa » ert!sinB ord ered for irregular sertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken ?" than one tocorrect inser- of any classified ad. BLYTlfEVILLE (ARK.)'. COURIER NEWS "For Sale , . \ Two 40 acre tracts adjoining. On MllllBim Ridge southwest of Ma-i nila.' Ample Improvements. Gravel road, electricity near. Will pay '30 per cent on Investment this year on share basis. $137.50 per were. $5000.1)0 E',1 iO year loan, balance cash. Must sell this we'ilt. B. A. Aslialmmner, Munllu, Aik. 10-4-pk-9 4A —. Electric water heater, $50. Call 2307, 10-5-pk-g - - — - ______ r ____ _ „, 1938 model Ford pick-up Iruck. Five gootl llres. Sec. T. E. Reese In Osceola Saturday, 10-5-pk-8 Boy's bicycle, pre-war model, $25 1217 Holly. 10-5-pk-O Business lots uptdwn. Phone 3204. 9[2G-pk-10[2G Just Arrived] Umbrella tents. Size 9'/j x 9!i—$35.95. Drill curtr.ln nnd netting to match, $9.45. Montgomery Ward. 10-2-ck-8 For Sal* ew uptight meat cooler, nice Warren display case, pair Dayton scales, cash register, complete stock of groceries, gasoline station connected with store, w R Ellis. Phone 3223, ,10-5-pk-12 SPENCER CORSETS~Mrs. John Umg, rejjislered corsctiere. 133 w Kentucky. Phone 3388 before 9 a ^jn.nnd after 4 p. m. 10|2-pk-ll|2 neautyrest inaltrcss and steel spring" Three piece Krochler maple sofa Maple coffee table and corner ta- JJlc.^Plionc 3315. 10-3-nk-6 Fence those soybeans with electric fence from 1'Iantcrs Hdw. Co. 9-25-ch-25 Castor River Bottom Farm. My clients are elderly couple and in ill health. Want to sell out and BO to Florida. Here is a 411 acre 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 $11,500, and terms. Improvements alone are worth the purchase price. They also have a 78 acre farm, two mites from town. 7-rooiu residence. Price $5,500, terms. Ed B. Cook, Attorney, 102 So. First Street. 10-3-pk-G Modern 9 room house with 2 batlK priced to sell. 628 W. Walnut' Phone 3280. 10]2-pk-9 Liirke & Braden of Farngoulrt, Arkansas, have all kinds of farms for sale In Northeast Arkansas. Write them for lists. 9|25-pk-ll For Rent Bedrooms. 314 N. Nlnlh. Mrs. W. L. Green, phone 21'17. 10-3-pk-10 Bedroom, convenient lo talh. fill W. Main. Phone 3325. 10|4-pk-ll Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2510. 10-3-ck-lf •*•$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ WHY YOU SHOULD SElf CAR TO PHILLIPS 1. No Ol'A Violations involved becruisu yon "Didn't ""* know" Price Ceiling Regulations. 2. Phillips v will pay you (lie HIGIIKST prevniling price—not a dime is subtended. Yon get all the law </» </)• ;illow.s (ind iii cash, (oo. . 3. Sell your ear lo Phillips without any advertising ^* expense. No appoint men Is or price haggling. No one .. asking you lo lake annllim- cm- in Inide. Saves you lime and eliminates trouble. Philliiis PJIVS von TOP . . CASH PK1CK. ** 'I. Yon don't hnvo lo .spend your money pulling your ^* car in shape lo sell it. Phillips does'that with no ^ . "come-back" on vou. 5. Sell your cur to Phillips and avoid risk of break- *» ' ing a I'rieiidshii). 1C you sell (o a personal friend, and the car goes wrong, lie always blames you. ' .** 6, Phillips will givu you CASH in full for your car «/> No Delay, No, Notes—ALL CASH. PAGE SEVEN VT Four-room house. Hnvvc Lewis, no. of rncc-lrnck. 10-2-j>k-lo;« .f. '• kjk.ii i-u i iijiiigjn <nu reconditioned and sold Office In Building. Inquire »t tlie p&rkburit Oo. U-30-ok-tI ' -~—^"^~—~-"—^v^«— -^_—^..^uuw Wanted to Bun «A Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. ' 10p-pk-l8 Oil Heater. Phone 2928 or Osceola, phone 60. lOJl-pk-7 Kodak for boy in service overseas Write Box 72, Dell, Ark. 1012-pk-5 Used ears & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAGAN, 015 Chlcka- sawbu. 0113-pk-13 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning nnd repairing. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. Phone 2071. 8-11-ck-lO-ll Hay and Corn. Blythevllle Grain and Elevator Co. 8|1-ck-tf Will pay cash for J10,000 worth of good nsed fnrnf- tnre. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 200 per an. lor wire cost bangers. Hudson Cleaner*. Chops, snelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa/liny, crushed corn and hay Two or Pul-O-Pep poultry • and dairy feeds. Custom Iced mill service. Blylhevillc Grain & Elevator Co. 10;2-ck-tf CHRISTMAS CARDS printed with your name. 25 for $1 nnd 50 lot $1. Place your order now. WOOD'S DRUG STORE. 9-2i-ek-2I Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums . Steel Garbage Cans Blyllievillc Machine Shop. 30- ck-10:30 Small House Trailer. Cheap, comfortable home. See "Doc" Dean. 9[30-pk-10-7 G room modern home, plastered throughout, Servant house. On 2 acres of land adjoining city limits. Price $5850—52850 cash! balance at $50 ner month, H. C CAMPBELL, phone 2G'll. • 10|3-pk-10 288 acre farm on highway. Close to town, electricity, 6 room house two large terns. On terms. Tom t Frank, Clarkton, Mo. 9[3Q-pk-1017 Electric drink box. One 14 ft. Warren dry drink box. 20 inch countertop. Cocn-Cola red porcelain. For anyone in need of a real drink box this Is it. Roy Coleman, Gideon, Mo., or Jack Marsh, Blytheville. 9-22-pk-10-G Experienced maid. Top waives excellent working conditions. 9 A. JH.. until 3 I'. M G days per week. See Mrs Mullins, Chickasaw Theatre 10-5-ch-8 t 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes in a pleasing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms See S. Jledel, 224 Main, or your own Bgent. Or write Julius Jledel 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 8llG-ck-lG ATTENTION! For those hard-to-gel 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 nnd school PARKHURST,' Phone 966 — 107-109 E. Main. , S-14-ck-J4-tf Electric table radios cheaper at Ra^ dlo Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 9-14-pk-14 134 acres, with 40 acres timber. All under wire fence. One mile East of Stonewall, Ark. Known as the Hoffman farm. All level. Anyone Interested write to L. A. SCRIV- NEK, Corning, Ark. 9-6-pk-6 NO, SIR! .It's not too early, right now Is the ft time to start buying those gift Items of nil kinds that you didn't know were oblafiiable. Also ladles' nnd gentlemen's furnishings in handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties, hosiery, hat$, traveling bags, musical Instruments, and other Items too numerous to mention . . NOW, while our store Is "cram med full and running over. PARKHURST, 107-109 E. Main. Phone 966. 9-14-ck-H-tf Electric and Battery Radios Hardavyay Appliance Co. 9-7-ch-7 Seed rye, barley and oats. Top quality. L. K. Ashcraft Co, Phone 493. 9-6-ch-6 Wanted To Tlent three room unfurnished apartment or small unfurnished house. Otis Cole, phone 2900. 10|4-pk-ll 5 or G room unfurnished horaa 'Call'Dclln.Turtle''i(t 2152.' io[3-pK-i; or 4 room furnished apartment. Phone 2850, Mrs. Harry Grimes. 9|30-pk-10,7 Help Wanfeg RIALES LAND CO. H:is Moved U:icU Te ll's OM Location Hi Glencoe Hotel I'll. 4G1 UusseU K. 7. Sell to Phillips and know that your car will be need for it. lo someone who luis a real V) 8. At Phillips you'll get a square deal all around because Phillips wants your friendship now and in the future when you want to buy a car again. GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. At PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. KoadiM, JUta ind Mice eliminated, t'oulrtct tervtce la control. Biddle Exterminator! Fret EtUuutea. 11B B.'TUIrd I'll HUB Z7G1 WE FILL Al.l, UOCTOKft' PRESCRIPTIONS »NI> SAVE YOU MONET S T E W A R T' S Drif Sttr e M*ln * Lak* rk»> I Ml Try am "Own Made ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn fren Hlfh Tel. 453 Walnut at 5th vt $.$$$$$$$ $$$$$$ Services Will care for children during day. Call 2409 for appointment. Day nursery for children. Serviceman's wile. 605 No. Vth. Phone 8U3. 10-2-pk-7 Alterations and sewing. Mrs. G. C. Hawks, 520 Madison, phone 3339. 10-2-pk-5 Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quiHs and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 61. 9126-pk-10[26 Experienced bookkeeper open for part-time work, evenings preferr- cd. CaU 2808. 9i2G-pk-10|10 'Jobs Wanted Truck" driver)' 'expericnce'd. Phone 2090. 9[30-pk-10j7 Personal MEN, WOMEN! OLD AT 40, 50, GO! Want to feel peppy, years younger? Ostre.v Tonic Tablets pep up bodies lacking Iron; also contain vitamin Bl, calcium. Trial size only 35c. At all druggists—in Blytheville, at Kirby Drug. 10;3-pk-0 Bare 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Eliutle STEWART'S Dr nf St tr• Main & Lake Phone 28X2 Fall and Winter TUNE-UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Parts & Service 121 W. Ash I'hone 11122 For Sale 285 Acres of highly Improved land on Highway 61 fonr miles south of Bly- C. G. Smith Elmer VULGARIZING Tire ft Tub* Repair B*:t KJU * a B»y. n . with Enrfw A*. PU.) ALLEY OOP He'H Awake Now By V. T- HAMLIN ,, FOB 8ALK CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Thin Bridie Lumber Oiceola Tile & Culvert Co. fhtme (Jl OHMta, Ajt Truck driver, long time job for man who wants to work. Phone 2917. 10-5-pk-D Bos' to drive truck nnd work in shop. Apply The Flower Shop, Glencoc Hotel Building. 10!5-ck-t( Part Time Collector to collect~on Active monthly accounts in Bly- thevillc and Osceola, Arkansas. This 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-7 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 F. Norris. Call 461 or 208<I at night. Experienced coofcj «i Apply Hotel Noble. w&ltretug. lfl-ck-tl ATLACIDE Kills JOHNSON GRASS Sept. nnd Oct. nrc considered best months for poisoning. E.C. ROBINSON LUMBER 00. BIytheville, Ark. PRESIDENT, Tuzrlr HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured former U. S. president, 13 Carriage 14 Walk 15 Woody plant 16 Dutch measure -| 17 Substance" 19 Abstract being n ^ ara f" plsv 20 Code Napolc- ,??° url ^ on(ab.) 0 Mineral roc' 21 Spinning toy "Oncwho 22 Manuscripts •• , 0 ^ s , , r.ih \ '12 Birds' homes (ab.) VERTICAL 1 Speedily 2 Tree limb 3 Male sheep 4 Forenoon Cab.) 5 Gaping 6 Entangle 7 Ignited 8 Newspaper paragraphs rock 24 Delirium " " onth Iremcns (ab.) '?, n "P c " 25 Reverberate ' 2 1 V.olent 27 Love god -,, S , t , r ^ m 30Go)f devices 23Shl() 32 At this place 34 Area measure 35 Erect 30 European country (vnr.) 37 God o£ war 39 Place (ab.) 40 Oriental nurse 43 Solar disk 44 Minced oath 46 Great (ab.) 47 Toward 49 Either SORailrond (ab.) 51 Edge 53 He was nicknamed "Honest . " 54 Ireland 56 Son o£ Seth (Bib.) 57 Weird 58 Animates 26 • was Ihc 42 Port ;,-. tallest o£ all 43 Coincide ' U- S. f ' 45 Attire presidents ' 48 Upon 28 Sloping way 49 From V W Verbal 52 Russian $f$ 31 Babylonian .V.- village •" *^j dcity community 3.1 Dawn £<xlrless 53 Blackbird, of — , 35Narrow inlet the cuckoo (ab.) 37 Dress family 38 Of the thing 55 Symbol lor 41 Symbol for nickel silver SGAntf (Latin) TT W HOW IS YOUR OLD BAT1ERY? When It Stops-Your Car Stops IMleries wear out faster with today's irregular driving. They frequently 'go dead" without advance warning. Guard against lost time, inconvcn- icnce and annoyance by letting us check your haltery now. Genuine Ford Batteries fit all makes of cars and trucks, therefore, re- gardlcss of the kind of car you own we can serve you. Eighteen Month Guarantee PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Te!>453 Walnut gt 5th FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f I'uneli ( 1V& GOT A TERRIFIC I IOB\ TO GET" YOUR. CAMPAIGN! STARTED WIW A SANG i WE'LL HAVE A MAYRIDE ." A ' /• •LI. KEEP IT • 1.1-', IHATS SENSATIONAL, ) WE'LL KEEP II fRECK ! r~—y A SECRET'M,'L f 1 ~> f "WE LAST MIMUTE, - ''V.''' ~, SO 1IILO»\ GBJOBLfc- ""» ' 'i'A WONT UEABI.E TO . ! WE'ILSING ( GS, J OWL'/ TOAST / owe WALLOWS, I MAV AND--- j W5ON IM it;— -~f' TdWM'-SO l/f >;.; LEte AWAITS 'VY^'ioGtrir/ l d^lM^ RED RYDEK The Cause By FRED HARMAJJ WAgH_TUBBa Nice Disposition, Too! BY LESLIE TURNER VES.l WIIL X POU'T FCR6ET 1 HAVE THE MAKE YOU \ DROP ON VOU, TAN A' SW PRI50ME», CAPTA1M EASVJ Tffi JAPANESE WILL REWARP ME WELL! BUT 1 AW HOT PARrtCUI.AR., > MAM OR THEV PO NOT SHOOT PRETfy 01RLS DIFFERENCE? DROP THE PISTOL AND PUT UP YOUR H'AUPS BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES Look Out! - WW MU« «L \1- BY EDGARJfARTIN ^

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