The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1943 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 5, 1943
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MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1943 •LTTHEVILL1, (ARK,); COURIER NEWS isT\ ri IMPORTANT NOTICE! Classified 'Advertising In The Courier Newt WiUBe CASH ONLY Eitept la bUbUibed Bulntu Finns. Bteaue the low cart at clust Bed ads ion not juitity the expense of bookkeeping and collection*, we have adopted IhU policy rather than a raise in rate. No Exceptions to this Policy! ••Mrnlslicd ti|)l. N. Highway 01, Mrs. Zoa Thompson. lilylhovillc, Ark., Route I. 5-pk-I2 'urnlslied 4 room ap.iilmom. 1025 West Sycnmoie. 5-pk-12 'oil! 1 room house one mile from town. Plionc 2204. 3-i>);-7 Pour room furnished npnrtmrnl. Lights ami water. Sec Miillinr. Store, Ymbro. I,. T. Burnhnm. 3-pk-V Bedroom—couple or employed ladles. Phone 2514. 1031 Main. Parker rooms. 100 V.. Main. 4-3-pk-3 Room two employed women, Twin Ixxls. Adjoins Ijntli. Plionc 2425. 2-pk-O Comfortable front bedroom. Close iu. 515 W. Walnut. Phone 2327. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate per line (or focjfc tlve Insertions: Minimum Cliarge 50c 1 time per line 2 limes jier line per day 12c 3 times per line per clay 9c- C limes per Hue per day 7c 12 times per line per day 5c 1 Month per line BOe Ads ordered lor three orslxUme* «nd stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment at bill made. All Classified Advertising copy tubmttted by -persons residing out- elde of the city must be accompanied by cadi. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect insertion of any classified ad. Filling station nnd cnfe on til at Ktnlo Unc. lias hath'. Thomas Land Company. 2pk-9 Bedroom, twin beds, constant hot water. G2n W. Ash. Phone 500. l-uk-4 Employed woman share room. Twin beds. Constant hot water. 2875 30-pk-4-G Nicely furnished bedroom, steam heat, gentlemen. Plione S2G4. 3-27-pk-27 For Sale Good grocery store building and fixtures. 511 VV. Ash. Phone 2552 3-18-ck-tf OF U. S, HOUSE ' Comfortable bedroom. Twin beds. Steam heat. chlc»asawba & loth. Phone 2413. 11-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom. 1017 Walnut Phone 2516. 11-7-ck-tf Large office space to Ingram BWg. Parkhum Co. 7-«-ck-tf Wanted To Rent Couple wants unfurnished house or apartment. Phone 25GO after 5 p.m. 4-2-pk-9 Dirt for filling yards. Also black! dirt cinders for driveways. $1.25 ' per load. Phone 2038. 5-pk-8 • Small furnished apartment on wesl I side. Call 2nec after C:30 p.m. • 3-18-dh-tf Chevrolet Sedan, extra good tires, $175. Must see to appreciate. Leon Phillips, Phillips SO, Main & Division. 4-5-i:k-8 Cnfc for sale or will lease to responsible parly. Broadway Lunch al Broadway and Ash. Call 3310. 5-i>k-!2 Remington port a hie typewriter. Good condition. $40 cash. Phone 2990. 5-pk-8 Help Wanted Young lady (30-35) for general office work. Permanent position if capable. Answer in own harni- . writing. Box WM, Courier News. 30-ck-O FEED. Shell corn, oal-s, alfalfa hay, baled shucks. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. Ph. 2112. 4-3cklO 1941 Pontiac Torpedo Coupe Sedan. Tires 90^i new. Aaron's Grocery, Lcachville, Ark. Price $300. 2pk6 One Ann Arbor Junior pick-up hay baler. Good condition. Good tires. 1>. R. Garner, Rt. 1, Blytheville. .il-pk-5-2 for sale. 1'lione 3127. ai-pk-4-7 ICO acres Southeast. Missouri. All in cultivation. ^ T ew land, none better in this territory. 5 tenant houses, 2 bams; About 11 miles north of Blytheville. Price $18,500. If Interested call J. E. Hasson, phone 2832 or address P. O. Box 538, Blytheville. 3-31-ck-tf For Sale—Arksoy Seed Beans (re- cleaned) $2.50 per bu. A. H. Webb, Hwy. Gl, Stale Line. Ph. Blytheville 7H. 30-pk-4-6 Two Ford Sedans. A-l condition. Extra good tires. One A. C. combine in good condition. Phone 128, Stcele, Mo. A. W. Richards. 30-pk-4-G Services Painter & Paper Hanger. Highway Gl north. J. B.' Freeman. Call 24 M- 22-pk-4-22 Part time book-keeping by experienced book-keeper. 320 Chick J3)io;ie 2808. 20-pk-4-20 Sewing machines rented by the month. Repair all makes. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 114 S Broadway. 3-5pk4-5 Heifer Weighs! 535 Lbs. BATESVILLE. (OP)—The Edgar Auction Darn sold a three-year- old roan Shorthorn heifer weighing 1,535 pounds—a record so far as local livestock men can recall. A. M. Edgar, who has had years of experience in handling livestock, said it was the heaviest animal of its type he had even seen. 'Butch' Joins Firchousc SAN FRANCISCO, Cal. (UP) — Butch, the wandering canine mascot of some unidentified naval unit which left port without him, after looking over 1 the city, selected Fire Engine Company No. 38's firehouse as his temporary home until his ship comes back. Among other mysteries about Butch is the matter of his name. "Butch," the fire men report is a misnomer. Blakemore Strawberry plants. Hardy. Marie Harnish, 1719 Chickasawba. ' 3-12-pk-12 2 5-year-old mules. Weight 1200 pounds. Call 33, W. A. Jenkins, Slcelt-, Mo. 3-6-pk-6 Wanted To Buy Will pay cash for ladies' bicycle in good condition. Phone 782 day or evening. 4-5-pk-8 Platform floor scales. Blytheville Giain it Elevator Co. Ph. 2112. 4-3-ck-10 Top market prices for ear. shell corn, alfalfa hay. Blylheville Grain fc Elevator Co. Ph. 2112. 4-3-ck-10 Laic model car. Will pay cash. R W. Waiie, Luxora, Ark. 2 miles east of Burdette. 4-2-pk5-2 Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co, 1-20-ck-tf Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coat liangers. Hudson Cleaners. 10-0-ck-tt If you are not using your Singer (electric or Ircadle) we will pay cash Tor it. Call our appraisers today. Singer Sewing Machine CO., 114 S. Broadway, phone 2782. 3-5-pk-4-5 Farm Needs Bring us your poultry, hog and stock health problems. We carry a complete fresh slock o[ Lcdcrle scrums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Ton- Its Rnd disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main A Railroad. 3-16-ck-t? Political Announcements The Courier News has been (ui- thorized to make announcement of the following candidates for public office In the Municipal Eelctlon, 6. For Mayor E. R. JACKSON (re-election) First Ward Alderman E. E. JONES (For re-election) Alderman, Second Ward JOHN 0. McHANEY (For Re-Elect Ion) For Alderman, Ward 3 E. B. WOODSEN (re-election) Spend Your Precious Points For The Better Brands! —Get More and Feller Food for your ration books. 3 Deliveries Daily f C. L HABERS Grocery & Market IM B. mrWen 81. Ml vcscntallves 10 Carefree &•& 13 Poem ''-J^| 15 Also ' -"^! ICK.ilselioOi! *' 17 Vessel t : ' IB Moldy \ 21Tourh«l 22 Nlcknninc (or ' Theodore • ' 24 Article . /"" 25 Serpent \ ; 2B Anestlielic '' 28 Steel plating 31 Affirmdtive' 32 Sorrowful /, 34 Speak 35 Toward. V SOFIyini! inamtnat 38 Ask alms '40 Not dry- vj '41 Trealment T- 43 Unfastens '•!5 Prohibit ''47 Fiflli raonll' PHI LL BlA UN QT U? SB RO QU US EE A R r I' A N O N A 1 N p L W B B L b 0 T S f 1 t 0 E S o N E M 0 N T M E C A N *. N A 1 L E K • I 0 R M A I B £ M C D C •f NEW MEXICO y o 0 L L U S N F. £ '£. [\ (. 0 O P R g 0 c. A 5? F M A 1 A N A YE UN "CT C C A R 3ft AA nT ON RE 48Bevera|e -10Slant SIPioeoof furniture Ti3 Drudge 56Make a - 2S AlRcrinn 25 Kvil 27 lie is SH! 20Mn<le'ot oats' 30 Kast Indian pcasanls 33 Orow old 36 Sandwich loll! 37 Mexican dish J 38 Bey's territory, ; 39 Obtained .A*j .«!»' VERTlCAf %'40RiCl)CS *^| >gif i weep , ..M:42 idle ciiatter. Jj "V'l' aniistio '•'•'Sii4j vigor -A ;. 3licet f!tt?.45Kin-ni hutMlni'l •C'! '4 Hnpid-lko ajf-.^Any "'" (abbr.) ^ftM9 Lemuel t 81 Male, jj C2 He is '- -- "-- ! (prefix) !) Negative : JOSpiivkles nnnic.' eht befoi-e / i4 Mineral rock/ Lourt noise j/ iC'i;Ti2Ni| ,'v^yr.4Mi. .,'r« of the U. S,' Jl Keel ill >i!^M STPoslscript/- '*;*• House .V f 12 Slill v> ^i*S> (nbbi'.) '* i v. (53 Cliiclicn •»• J8 Symbol foi 1 ^.'59Vc.irfnbbt 1 .' HATION CALENDAR I'fll ?5; colToe .Stamp 20 K . lay 21: (.usolliin Coupon 6 Kx- ' Jlll'C.S. »>e 15: Slice Stamp 17 E»plreii, WAI/TKR IIENSEN PLUMBING & HEATING i. tWl 1115 Main 1'Xm SAI.H Otip coriifr .store ami 4 •-•fl«Si> In—I'rlvi' $-1750.00 for nil riv<\ THOMAS I.AN'I) €0. W« w»n( to Da Hoinrs. w<! lave pnrchaw™ lor all klmis ,,f h (imefi lt .„„ wan( (u Mil quirk, M« THOMAS LAND COMPANY JJ. ('.. Campbell, Dr. W, V. Hrcwer Dentist lllythovlllc, Arkaiuaj Sl'KCIALS Kxtrarllous ............... I'ull I'p'r *. t.nwcr I'lulr.s si lilia niythcvlllc mi 1043 K you w«nt to bu/ more Ww Hands SEIJ, 118 TIIK FURNITVKF. \p« AUK NOT tISINO for c.shl •»lso liberal (rjide-ln* for olil furniture on new. Atvlr. Hardy Vnn. c». 301 E. Main Phonfl Z30Z /*i/r<; Bred . DUROCS Cillls brril | u MOilfni Klilslil. I'nll hoars hired liy Slrp«ni- Itnii )). Hunk spilns |,1 RS now, s |, f ,i by H'lilsUc's New Kr». i. R: Whistle Miuilla CONCRETE STORM SKWRJt For Sal« ALL SIXES 0«ceoli Cdvwt C», MMM Ul A M D. I. I«u; 14 Wlotau OWMU, Alt. WK NICK I) USED CARS and TRUCKS Top iirkf» for I.alc Models - - "Sec Seay Before You Sell." T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. Now I'lvinulhs ft <;iir)-slcr« 121 w. Asi DON EDWARDS "The Typcwrllcr Mun" I., SMITH, CORONA. AND REMINGTON rORTAUt.E;! TYI'EWIUTERS 118 N. 2ml STOEET PHONE 3302 (Every 'rrnnsucllon MnsL He Snllsfnctory) EXPERT AUTO REPAIR WORK Complete Sl<wk at rard, HARRISON Auto Parts & Garage Oliver farm 517 W. Ash . Make , ,, . SI!A I!RY FLOORS Like New Agalik <, : UKNT• . ' ' our ' S AMBER and ' POLISHER Ilruce Moor 'Cleaner qt.'Me Bruce lloor Wax lb 64« E,C. ROBINSON . LUMBER CO. THANKS to our customers for the finest' March business that we have ever enjoyed! We still have the best selection of Used Cars in Northeast Arkansas, Prices from $75 up/All wanted Makes and Models. Kiisy G.M.A.C. I'liyinciit Plan We Never Close Sfiks Dept. Open (Jnlil 9 p.m.' Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Plume .178 Defoe Furniture Co. 12C E. Main Dial 3Z2I Wanted: Used Fnrniture. Also you can trade your old furniture in on new. Read courier News want ads, J. E. JOHNSON Fire, Life and Casualty INSURANCE 112 N. 2nd Street "Better Safe Than Sorry" 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE YLl<>:tni/iiiff—- Tin: mul Tube Kcpairihfr. All Work f/uni';i ni c<:d 1 WADE COAL CO. N. liny. Cl Th. 2291 Alabama Itcil Asli Coal. Top Prices 1'aicl For LATE MODEL CARS & TRUCKS liody Repair, Painting, Service Work. W. T. BARHETT AUTO SALES 117 E. Main ORGANIST ant] TEACHER of PIANO. ORGAN, and VOICE Mrs. Dorothy W. Fowkton, I5.A., M.S.M. Minister of Musfc, First Presbyterian Church For Appointment Write Mrs. FowJslon noi C'hickasawba or rhtmc 32.TO DBS. NIES & NIES Ostcopathic Physicians RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:30 Clinic 514 Main Blytheville, Ark. . Phone 2921 SPECIAL SPRING 10 POINT TUNEUP (h'dwlcs Lalmr Only— No replacement parts costs, 1. TiRhtcn CYLINDER HKM> anil MANIFOLDS. Cliefk COMrRESSlON'. Adjust HEAT VAI.VK. 2. Clean and Test SPARK PLUGS. Adjust Spark Can. 3. Thoroughly inspect GEN- ERATOK, C01I,, CON- DKNSEK, VOLTAGE RKG- UI.ATOR, WIRING and S-'PAUK CONTROL. Tighten all connections. <. Clean anrt Adjust I)IS- TRI1HJTOR. AiIJiisl E,,. eiue Timing (or maximum wartime performance. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. WASH TUHBS H.V ROY: CRANE •[j'HE U-BOATS -SfATTER HWWELIT IV 15 NECESSARY THAT WAS TO MISLEAD Tr€M AS CLOSE! / TO OUR POSITION. FIRE SLOW MOVIN6 TORPEDO OF 1HEM DEPEWEW& UPON SPEED AMO LOW ilLHetlt'TTE TO ESCAPE OM IHt SURFAC£,orHE« CPASH PIVIM6 TO SEVERAL HUHORED FEET JSfeJF COMMANDER, Nol This Time, BETTE Sf\ PRONTO 500TS AND HKR UUDDIES By. EDGAR AIARTIN How Mailers Slant! By V.T\ HAMLII ff" f 4p^f >t> fe-M ^te\« V ' ' : '"''" SEVERAL YEVXfcS AGO, A DOCTOKL WOUMUeiMVEMIEDA HOWEVER, HARBOR. , OOP n«,s BE- . , , COME SOMEWHAT OF - SERVE 1HESCIEN- " .. PRESTO.' A PREHISTOB- A HEADACHE TO -JHE ' " . - ICSEMTLEf.\AM BOWED TIST AS AM KXPLOft IMTO THE 1WEMTIETH . ''BUT I TELL VUh IM A FI6HT1M 1 MAM.. I'M ,' "TO ( I'M SOMG CUE INDOMITABLE ALLEV OOP HAS JUST 6UFFEREP A N'AJOR DEFEAT... BUT HIS QUEST DID M6T HIM THE NAME OP THE GUV RESPOMSIBLE FOE. HIS UMSATISPIED C(a\VIMC> TOR A MICE,7HICIC STEAK. ALL N»,MES AMD PLACES FICTIOMAL...PROBABLE u '.KS AND HIS FRIKNDS / lie !\!ust Know Him By MEURILT, HLOSSER — AMD 1 DEMAND 1 CANT WELP -AND THEY'RE nor Act " HE IS, MATTE'S , AWWOKfAS ' PROTECTION / ./YOU, MR. SCUTTLE, "Ib DO THAT. UNLESS — , , GANG' iNOStE'WEwy w YOUR • J 'E HAVFA Hiwcw OLD SCUTTLE is GOING TO , UWLESS THEV TOUCH CAN FIND sows RUBBER GLOVES / r", . TTZ . HE TOOK. LARO'S GARDEN! AWAy FROM ilitt 5. Check ami artjusl CAH- IHinETOR for best gas economy. C. Adjust 'VALVi; TAPVKTS. 7. Clean and service Allt CLEANER. 8. Tboroiighly inspccl COOLING SVSTESI. Ti?blrii Hose Connections, Adjust fan Hell. fl. Test and Service RAT- TEH Y. Clean and light™ connections. 10. Ttinc MOTOR for best wartime Performance and Gas mileage. ,

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