The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1944 · Page 7
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FRIDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1944 ; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Minimum Charge ....; ......... 60o 1 tune per line .......... i£ 2 times per Una per day ' ' "120 p« linear 74!:::: ::::"o per Une Mr •„£ ........ 3 " m <f per line per day ........ 6 c 1 Month per Jtae _______ ...."."MO Ads ordered for three or six ilmej ° d 'topped, before expiration will be charged for the number of times blH PPeare(1 &mi adjustment of tohi m 01 ? 8 ?'" 01 Advert ^iK copy Stibmltted by persons residing oul- . 1 f J he dty must te a «°«i- panled by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken tor more than one Incorrect insertion ol any classified ad. BLYTHEVILLB (ARK;); COURIER NEWS For Sale farm I'or Sale 300 acres near Parma, Mo. Sandy loam bottom, on Gravel road and electricity line. Address Mrs. L. E. Montgomery, Walnut Lane Farm, Route No. l. Dexter, Missouri. 10-6-pk-lti 1938 model Ford pick-up truck. Five good tires. See. T. E. Reese in Osceola Saturday. lO-5-plt-8 Tyler steel cabinets, one glass show case, desk chair, wooden bins for accessories. Phone 2801. 10-G-cklO Must sell—1936 DeSoto Deluxe Sedan; radio and heater. Very clean. Tires A-l condition. Call at 1915 W. Main St. . 10-C-uk-7 Per Rent Large bedroom, kitchen privileges. 817 Chlckasawba. Mrs. Myrtle Mai-tin. IO-G-iik-10 3.room apartment, light housokeep- iiig. 1125 w. Sycamore. 10;«pk9 0 room modern house at 112 E. Ash. oervants house In rear rented as two 2 room apartments. Newly painted. $3500. 3 room house on East Cherry. Newly painted. $1250 Three duplexes at the corner of Sycamore and Franklin Sis Call Uuford Martin, 565. 10-G-ck-lO Electric Ranges and Washing Machine and motors, rtowen Electric Co.,. 120 N. First St. Phone ™ 2i _ lO-fi-ck-13 Trailer House. Newly decorated Inside. Good rubber.. West side of Lost Boy Grocery. Highway 18 10-6-pk-10 Two 40 acre tracts adjoining. On Milllgan Ridge southwest of Manila. Ample Improvements. Gravel road, electricity near, will pay 30 per cent on investment this year on share basis. 5137.50 per acre. $5000.00 5% 20 year loan balance cash. Must sell this wo<!k. R. A. Ashabranner, Manila, Ark. lCK-pk-9 h'leclrlc water heater, $50. Gail 2307. 10-5-pk-8 Bay's bicycle, pre-war model $25 12 Holly. 10-5-pk-9 Bedrooms. 3H N. Ninth. Mrs. W. I,. Green, phone 2)77. 10-3-pk-10 Bedroom, convenient to bath. Oil W. Main. Phone 3325. 10i4-j)!t-ll Comfortable bedroom adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2516; . 10-3-ck-tf Btour-room house, llarve Lewis,'no. of race-track. 10-2-pk-!0;8 Office la Ififjam Building. Inquire it the Parthunt Co. Wanted to Buy Good .used 12 guage automatic or double barrel shotgun. Call Mrs. Joe Roach, 461, . 10-dh-tf Second-hand clothing, men's shoes, women's and children's oxfords. Bring to 316 E. Main. True-Blue Shoe Shop. 10|3-pl;-18 Oil Heater. Phone 2028 or Osceola, phone 60. 1014-pk-T Used cars & trucks. Any make or model. C. C. EAGAN, 615 Chlcka- sawba. 9|13-pk-13 Business lots uptown. Phone 3261. '_•_ 9|26-pk-l6[26 Just Arrived! Umbrella tents 'size 9',i x 9M.—$35.95. Drill curtain and netting to match, $9.45. Montgomery Ward. ' io-2-ck-8 New upright meat cooler, iilce~War3 ••en display case, pair .Dayton scales, cosh' register, complete slock of groceries, gasoline station connected with store. W R Ellis. Phone 3228. 10-5-pk-12 Pianos bought and sold. Tuning and repairing. George Ford, Har'dn- way Appliance Co. Phone 2071. 0-11-ck-lO-U 4A $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ PLAY SAFE AND SELL : YOURCARTOPHILLIPS (a). Seo with your own eyes the TOP OPA Ceiling . Price ill which you can legally sell your car and gut CASH, too. (lj). Avoid any expense of repairing your car for snltv Such expense is assumed Ijy Phillips without "Come- "*" Back" on you. (c). Phillips pays you PROMPTLY and in CASH-no delays, no notes and no violation of the Federal Laws. -Ut (d). The car thai you do not need very umdi cnll uo v> important to the war effoi-t in iiffording tnmsix^la- tion to war workers. -w (c). You risk a i?10,000 fine with your name published v> if .you attempt to sell your car for more (ban Ihu coiling price, llow cotilci you Lie sure the purchaser </» wouldn't tell what he paid? ' (f). Ceiling prices are holding <lowu inflation. Our "^ heroic men in .service must be protected against run- , away prices. Abide by (he law and gel the'TOP ceil mg price IN CASH from Phillips. (g). You are not equipped to repair and guarantee : your car. Avoid selling it to a friend and kwing bin "** Inendsbip. Phillips will buy it QUICKLY and without any expense lo you and pay'you CASH. "*" GET HIGHEST LEGAL PRICE FOR YOUR CAR. ** PHILLIPS MOTOR CO." RIALES LAND CO. lias Moved BiU'k T» It's Old I.oration In Glcncoe Hotel I'h. 464 Uuuvll K. Klales ItoacUes, Kal« «ud Mice ellinj- n»tfd. Contract terrlc« la IK«1 ijoutroL Biddle Exterminator! Free Ealluiales. 115 8. Third .I'hono 1751 WE FILL ALL DQCTOKr PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONEY STEWART'S Drif SUr e M»in A i-«ki rk«>i rm Try our "Own Msde" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Atnm fr.M Hlth ftltut «> <A Tel. 453 Walnut nt 5th $$$$$$$$ $$$$$'$$ Services Hay and Corn. Blytheyllle Grain and Elevator Co. 8|7-ck-tt Will pay cash for f 10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 2dc per Cot lor wire oo»t hangers. Hudson Cleaneri. SPENCER, CORSETS. Mrs! John Long, registered corsetiere. 133 W Kentucky.. Phone 3388 before 9 a. m. and after 4 p. m. K>12-pk-ill2 Fencej-t'hpse soylieans witii electric'fencfe'frftm Planters Htlw; Cu. 9-25-ch-25 Modern 9 roomjiouse with 2 baths priced-'to], sell. 62G W. Walnut' Phone' 32aO. - , 1012-pk-9 Linke & Braden of Paragould, Ark- -,,ansas, have all kinds of farms for .-•sale In Northeast Arkansas. Write them for lists. 9j25-pk-ll Chops, shelled and ear corn, oats, alfalfa hay, crushed corn and hav Pul-O-Pep poultry nnd dairy feeds. Custom feed mill service Elytheville Grain & Elevator Co. 10j2-ck-tf 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 Steel Watering Troughs Steel Oil Drums Steel Garbage Cans Blyiheville Machine Shop. 30-ck-10j30 Small House Trailer. Cheap, comfortable home. See "Doc" Dean. 9130-pfc-10-7 fi room modern home, plastered i throughout. Servant house. On 2 acres of Innd adjoining city limits. Price $5850—$2850 cash, balance at $50 per month. H. C CAMPBELL, phone 2641. j 10i3-pk-10 238 acre farm on highway. Close to town, electricity, 6 room house two large Invns. On terms. Tom Frank, Clarkton, Mo. 9[30-pk-10|7 325 MISSOURI 514 LA CLEDE Two nice 4 room homes In a pleas- Ing neighborhood. Take your choice for $2100 on easy terms See S. Jiedcl, 224 Main, or your own agent. Or write Julius Jledel, 2151 Poplar, Memphis, Tenn. 9]16-ck-16 ATTElfriON! For those hard-to-gct items, maybe you didn't know where to go. No use looking all over the country- try PARKHURST first! In business since IflOl. Everylhlng for the home, office and school PARKHURST, Phone 966 —107-109 E. Main. 9-14-ck-14-« Wholesale Grocery Salesman. Must be'experienced. IJox .1. G. Courier News. lO-G-cli-8 E.\])erienced maid. Top wages, excellent working conditions. 9 A. M. until 3 1'. M. 6 days per week. See Mrs. Muliins, Chickasaw Theatre 10-5-ch-8 Truck driver, long time jol> for man who wants to work. Phone 2!m. 10-5-pk-9 Boy to drive track and work in shop. Apply The Flower Shop, Glencoc Hotel Building. 10;5-ck-tt Part-Time Collector to collect on Active monthly accounts in Blytheville 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 Will core for children during day ' Call 2409 for appointment. 10j4-nk-ll Day nursery for children. Seivicc"- man's wife. 005 No. 7th. Phone 883. 10-2-pk-7 Willie Bell Green, washing and ironing. Also quilts and blankets. Behind ice plant on Hwy. 51. 9|26-pk-10|26 Experienced bookkeeper open for part-time work,'evenings prefefr- rcLjSalj 2SOS. 9|2G-pk-10|10 Wanted To Kent Three or four room furnished apartment for permanently located couple. No children.'Call 4GO. Si-' •»•• IM-dh-tf Two' or three room unfurnished apartment or small unfurnished house. Otis Cole, phone 2900, 10i4-pk-ll 4, 5 or G room unfurnished homo. Call Delia Purtle at 2152. 10j3-pk-10 3 or 4 room furnished apartment Phone 2850, Mrs. Harry Grimes. 0130-i>k-10]7 S»TC 60% On TRUSSES Steel and Eteatle S T E W A R T'S Dro r St«r« Main & Lake Phpn« Z8Z2 Fall and Winter TUNE, UP SAVE gasoline . . . SAVE Tires. Get All-round Bejter Performance! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Cliryslcr Dealer - ParU & Service 121 W. Ash rhone FOB BALE CONCRETE STORM SEWBK AH, SIZES Cheaper T2uo Bridfe Lotnbtr For Sale 285 Acrwj of highly Improved land on Highway «1 four miles south of U)y- theTllle- C. G. Smith . Efm*r Owmtngaatf VULCAHIZIBG , Tire ft Tube Repair C.1U. IMt BA * i. Hwj. U (F*mer(r with Enflcr Am. PU.) Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. 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 208-1 at night. Experienced cooka »nd w»!tr«l«j. Hotel Nobla. U-ck-tl Truck driver, experienced. Phone In normal times. England imports about 50,000,000 hearts of lettuce annually. Electric table radios cheaper at Ra- A- dlo Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 9-H-pk-H N 0, S I R ! It's not too early, right now Is the time to start buying those gift Items ol all kinds thRt you didn't know were obtainable. Also ladies' mid gentlemen's furnishings in handkerchiefs, gloves, shirts, ties, hosiery, hatj. traveling bags, musical Instruments, and other items too numerous to mention . . , NOW, while our store is oram- med full and running over. PARKHURST, 107-100 E. Main. Phone 6S8. 9-14-ck-L4-U Electric and Battery Radios. Hardaway Appliance Co. ~ ^ 9-7-ch-7 ATLACIDE Kllb! JOHNSON GRASS Sept. and Oct. are considered best months far poisoning. E.C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Ark. RED CROSS HEAD HORIZONTAL 53 New Guinea 1 Pictured U. S. P ort . head of 54 Atmosphere -.' international 55 Indian army •f relief agency, < ab -> ' " Basil ' --. 53 Frozen water 7 Genesis 57 A B e 12 Church seat 58 Dashed 13 Amount (ab.) 59 Household H Either "' helper 15 Male offspring VERTICAL 1GEvery 17 Palm lily 1 Jewel 38 Weird 39 Compound * ether 40 Like Peruse •12 Operatic solo 24 Equals '!•! Exlincl i 20LOTd"lie U ter l -.'*f > . ert J'in in e to 26Step 45Cadmium nnt(ab) ' blrlh 27 Strike lightly (symbol) 21 He is the new " 5 Leave out 28 Evening be- 46 One lime , )icad O f ihe ,,* i) Right (ab.) fore holiday , 47 Deserve 10 Chamber 11 Finishes 18 Therefore 21 Sodium (symbol) 18 Se"ek" damages 2 Pr ™» ™om 22 Behold! 10 Earth 3 Ni ^ht bird :. Cross ' organization ., 23 Manuscript ' (ab.) ; 24 Friend \ 25 Distress signal 27 Golf device 29 Vat 32 State . 33 Gambling game 34 By - 35 Tavern 36 Observe 39 Auricle 41 Egyptian sun god 43 He heads the U. S. Chapter . of Ihe 47 Print measure 49 Before i 51 Bright color 52 New Testament (ab.) Te!.453, S CALUUG / VO1TJ Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. FRECKLES AND HIS F A I'lol'.s Afoot iiy A1EKUILL BLOS8RI s JUST LIKE \ OONY WORRY HILDA To BEAT . R1L---1. KNOW US, TO THE PUNCH.' j MOW WE CAM SfEAL HEK- THUNDER/r YOiJR MEC/IAWIZ.ED UNIT IS PR6TTV 'SNAFPV. SLK5AR- BUT CAMPAIGNS ARE WOM BY FOOT SOLDIERS , vtff^-c- //«> By FRED HARMA11 5HE COT 10O PWVH or I iutl-'urVuO-<-' A STARf|J.|Tft.E.. Z VSQUA BRll*5 KEEP OUR EYES ) &W VjROUBLE PEEtED FOR HER SQU\\0 NO 6ELL PARK CLOUD FORGET-U EARK CLOUD TR' ftKE AWWV) QO.OACK 1O TK' INJUN 1 VILLAGE, £MRI^ CLOUD.' TELL BiRDFEMritR I'VE GONE. TO FIND THM IWHO'S V 0 HEKE.W LEA5T.' ASH TUBES Milady's Gown 1 DO NOT FOOL X ^ANT WE 70 TEll YOU CAPTAW! DROP THAT I SOMETHING PISTOL OS i SHOOT! YOU TRICK saBftcAMr50LV= ME; you WILL ycus pROBtw WITH PAY FOS TWS.' i .THE JA.PS, TANA. HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES hat Guy Again BY EDGAR MARTIN 1 1 Part of siieecli 30 Vase ',$• 48 Flesh ^8 Spaces 31 Good (Fr.) '{ 50 Sin ' 9 United Slates 37 Erbium •,«£'!53 Meadow '-• steamer (ab.) (symbol) ^*-" : 56 Exists 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 lime, 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

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