The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1943 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1043 ; fLTTHKVILLB fAMJ COURIER KKWB A City's Wants Classified For Your Benefit . IMPORTANT NOTICE! Classified 'Advertising In The Conner News Will Be CASH ONLY, .leepl I* Final. Seaue the low ewt •< led ids «o*» not Justify the « at bookkeeping »nd co! we IIHVB mloplfd thU rillitr than, a r»l»« In ale. No Exceptions to this Tolicy I For Safe Oll'lec tnriiilurc. IX-sk <fc swivel clinlr. Thonms I.niul Co. C-2-ck9 312 Ford Vi ton pick-up truck. Will take 1941 1'ord or Chevrolet cnr in trade. Dealer. William Jolliff, Whitewuy Bnrber Shop, Manila. 2-|>k-5 Farmnll trnctov 30 on rubber. Good condition. H. W. Scott, HFt) Covinglon, Tenn. 2-pk-5 Brdroom Mlllo. Cull 2475, 1103 W. Heurii. l-nk-4 Good used Hurley-Davidson motorcycle. Virgil Jones, Cooler, Mo. 31-pkG-7 1938 Chevrolet 1". ton LWB truck Good tires, newly overlmulcd mo tor. Phone Gtil, 5-29-ck-l: 224 acre farm., Rich. IJttln. Hive bottom land,nboul ID miles NW ' or'SlkPslcm, Mo. $2<J.OOO—terms. 'C. CJI.AHENCE-SCOTT ' Sike.ston, Mo. 6-npk-l CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION ally rate per line for ccmsecu- ' in.seiiions: ! imiini Charge 50c ' me per line.... 15e,1 mes per line per day I2c mes per line per clay DC lies per line per day 1c lines per line per day 5o lonlh |>er line 90c tls ordered tor three, or six times slopped before' expiration will charged for the number of limes ad appeared and adjustment of made. 11. Classified Advertising copy milled by persons residing out- of Ihe city mast \K accom- ied by cash. Hates may be casl- compuled from the above table. dvcrlisin;j ordered for irregular crlions takes the one. linn) rule. 0 responsibility will be taken more than one incorrect Inscr- 1 uf any classified ad, For Rent GOLDFISH MINNOWS—"Grapple 1 favorites." Q. C. Hawks, 300 B Main. Ph. 3292. 5-13-ck-l Wanted To Rent SWIFT AMERICAN WARBIRD HOMtONTAi J Depicted U.S. wupltne, Bell F-19" " »It is a fighter Answer t« Previous 18 Youth 14 Workshop 16 Cut off 17 Indian 18 Louse egf 1» Sheltered side 20 Hawaiian food 21 Symbol tor tantalum 25 Also 40 Paradise 59 Tendency 23 Crimson 42 Pertaining to CO Sorrow 25 King's College the blood (sbbr.) 44 It Is used by 26 Confederacy ' tlie U. S. L A CM AN ST sis fo[B TA OK I. R A R ^ S T • A L R P t < Y :*.. 1 N L A Y T A & W C 1 SI $v A M LP R $ R •_ V 1 I 1 * P A L 1 «1 Li 3 A L i'> s s B E E ± D i i s '!' s i V 0 % A V 0 2 T S H 1 N T E H i D E o 1 1 N i iS 1 fe T o P >7 N 0 T ; A!N H, 3 !V P H 3N P A 1 \ LAKt 4QIICAN r E (XL 5 VERTICAL .• 0} merchants 28 Tendon 30 Scent 32 Succeed 34 Pronominal word j 37 Nothing •$ 38PuU i|> 39 Make a : V mistake 45 Spanish title 47 Wash off 48 Music note 50 2000 pounds 51 Bustle 53 Crowd 55 Ncnr 56 Unhappy 57 Fit for plowing 11 Corner 12 Narrative poem 15 Weird 22 Sailor 24 Moisture 20 Cavities 27 Come in 26 Rationed foodstuff 29 At which place? 30 It hns . cnfilne SI Verlovmcfl 33 Total 35 Limb 3(i Attempt 41 Seine 42 Kslocm 43I!nrlcen 4* Like WALLPAPER EXCKLIENT DESIGNS 33:! 1 Terminate nt . 2 Particle 3 Kind of bi'cnd 1C Rover 4 Gorge (var.) 48 It is n very 5 Idle fl Wager VRiflht line ; (abbr.) ; ft Be sick n l*imp DISCOUNT E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 319 W, Ash 1'h. SSI NEW TIRES _For C»r», Truoks, Tin tort T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. 121 \V. Ash I'hone 2122 10 Mountain piano 49 Jewish month 52 Poem 54 Winged mammal f>5 Beverage 5B Exist Partially or completely fmnlshe house or- large apartment. Mn. lie within 15 miles of. Airlias Wauled by Instructor, wife & two children. Phone 2400 or write box WJC, Courier News. • 31-pk-7 Wayne] ' Clilok mid Itoullry Services o room unfurnished apartment, 'hone SO:!. L. Fnwlor. ice space. Thomas Land Co. G-2-ck-O lull?? room apartment and •mother two mom apt. Fully ippcd for housekeeping. Bee J. L,. KddingUm, 110 Ho. Oth St. G-2-nk-!i A most complete line of notions and glfls. ITeinslitchinB and but- tonholcs expertly done. War Budget sewing le.ssons, $1.50 for LWJ- liour sessions. Complete course $10. Classes now forming.. Singer Sewing Center or call 2782 for an appointment. 18-ck-G-lB Wanted To Buy 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 hangers. Hudson Cleaners. io--o-ck-tr For Sale or Trade Insist on Waynn quiillly whrn huylni; fwtls u( nil klmls. HAYS STORE "Farmtr'i In l)l)lh«vUle * M«wtW REFRIGERATION ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE! V. W. Till urn, Jr. I'h. 557 Klylhcvlllr, Ark. roi{ SAI.K Scvcr.nl small HMIu'vMIr llinni'.H <'lns« In. Sl^.r.u ( U THOMAS 1<A'NI) CO. CONCKHTH RTOKM SHWUU !'"(»• Siile AU, SI/US Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. la, Ark. SXPERTAUTO REPAIR WORK CamukU Stork •( I'trU. HARRISON Auto Paris & Carafe Oliver F«rtn I 111 W. A«h 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE Vulcanizing—Tire Repairing. . AU Work <;u»r»nte*4! WADE COAL CO. AI»II;HILI Red Ash Cosl N. llwr. «t Ph. WK NEED USED CARS TRUCKS Top prim fur late Models - - "See Bcny Refure Yon Bell." T.I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Nrw riirmolrm ft Chrjilm 121 W. Ash rii, Z122 Mora Convoys Of Late Model Cars Have, J list Arrived From The East! . . . These cars arc all city driven, and present a new-car appearance. All have been reconditioned. (Ill RV1101,K'I'K KOItDS HUICKH I'ONTIACS DOIKJKS OI,])SMOB11,!« S'L'llDKItAlU'UtS DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter M»n" ROYAL, SMITH. CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE ] TYPEWRITERS dvoom wilh or wllhout kitchen irivllcges; modern home. Call 2480. " pk-S wo bedrooms, ndjnlning bath. Men only. 013 Walnut, rhone 2-13B. • 29-l)k-C-5 ICO A. in SE Mo. Well Improved. 73 A. in cultivation. Fenced. $2,000 down, 20 years on balance. Other (jood farms, reasonable terms. Harry Golden, Manila. Art. 5-28-pk-2S PHONE 3382 SV,U;CT •CAHIMOl.K'l'S COUI'KS •I-DOOHS 2-U()()ltS MODELS I-'KOM 1 !)!{(> TO NOW. MANY OTIIKRS TO CHOOSH FROM— ?75 up. 15iisy (J.M.A.C. Payment 1'lnn We Never Close Sitlcs l)ep(. Open Until 9 p.m. Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 RATION CALENDAR June 15: Shoe BUmp 17 ExpUm Personal nrker's Rooms—10G East Main. 5-22-pk7-22 r condilioncd j'ooins ?5 weekly. I'ealMdy Hotel, Dial 39S8. 5-18-pk-18 MEN, WOMEN! WANT VIM? Stimulants ' in ' Oslr'ex ' Tonic '".Tablets pep up bodies lacking Iron, Vitamin Bl. 'Calcium. Trial size cosU little. Save REAL money, tcl $1 size only 8!)c. Ask about big money-saving "Economy" size. At al! chug stores—in BlythevHie, al Kirby Drna. G-l-ck-1 ly fnrnishod front lieGrooni, de- Hi;litfiiUy cool. Gentlemen. Phone 32G4. 4-pk-G-4 grocery store building and fixtures. 517 W. Ash. Phone 2S52. 3-18-ck-U tomforlablc bedroom. Twin beds. Btcnm heat. ChlcRasawba & lOlh. Phone 2413. 11-ck-tf UmfortRble bedroom. 1017 Walnut. Fhona 2516. Il-7-ck-tf Lost or Strayed mules and pnny. strayed Saturday night. Mare mule, smooth month, wt. nboul. 1250 Ihs., brown cnlor. Horse mule, dark brown 'smooth month, wt. about KIOO Ibs left eye out. Tony, aye 4. darl bay, small .star on forehead, \vt abnnl 7SO Ibs. Reward, Nolify !• n. Huoy, Osccoln. 1U. 1, box C or phone Blythcvillc 514. C-l-pk-^ nlack horse mule, v/eighl abon MOO pouiuir:. n^c fl years. Wear i:i£ Rrns-s halter. One young mar mule,' \vri!?lit about 1400 pound* 5inooth month. Can notify own er—call O. N. Hill, Wilson write ,1. H. JuiddUHon, nt. 1, Ho 122, O.TOOia. 2(i-pk-C- Situations Wanted xpmcncod Ijookkrrpcr <t typis wants full-time job. Know gen era! office and clerical proccdur Petmnnrnl ri'sident. Phono 2IS2. Mrs. Acul C-2-pk- Taken Up Iray shonl, weight about 100"'Ibs Oene OrifTln, Rt. 3, Box 109, Ely Ihevllle. • 1-pk- The "John Randolph," construct il al Savannah, a., in 1834, wa be first ship to be built of iron. Help Wanted We want to tntj Homeg. We have porchuen for all kinds of homes. U 7*0 wmnt U Mil quirk,,lr« THOMAS LAND COMPANY a 'c. Campbell. If you want lo huy more War nnds SELli US THK riJUNlTUKK OH ARE NOT USING for rash! Iso liheral trudc-in allowance fur Id furniture on new. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. 01 K. Main I'hone 2302 WALTER HENSEN PLUMBING & HEATING Ph. 2842 U15 Main Dr. \V. F. Brewer Dentist Btytheville, Arkanwu SPECIALS Extractions »1.(W Full llp'r & Lower Dales ;35 Dp 1912 Blytheville 1943 Telephone operators for contrac agency offices. Living quarter furnished. Arkansas AKRodatc.d Telephone Company, Leachville. Arkansas. G-2-ck-9 Family to lake over 14 acres col- ton on shares, good stand, plow- eel twice. Sec Gene Dickinson, phone 2982. : 2-pk-4 Defoe Furniture Co. 126 E. Main Dial 32*1 Wanted: Used FnraHare. AI- 10 yen can trade jour oM furniture In on new. J. E. JOHNSON Fire, l.lff and Casualty INSURANCE N. 2nd Slrirt "Better Safe Tlian Sorry Spend Your Precious Points For The Far»i Needs Bring us your poultry, hog and slock health problems. We carrv a complete fresh stock of Lederlc serums, vaccines, Dr. Hess Tonics and disinfectants. Woods Drug Store, Main & Railroad. 3-lB-ck-tl Class t railroads ol the United Stales j>ul 44,5^0 new freight oars in use during Ihe first live nmnlhs of 1912. Walls nf Ihe While House arc of fray Virginia sandstone, made (lav.litiE white by Ihe painter's brush. SCHOOL IS OUT Arrange l-'or Summer Classes in 1'IANO, OUCAN, and VOICE wilh Sirs. Dnrr.lhy W. I'nwlslon, n. ft., M. S. M. Minister of Music, First Presbyterian Clnirch Wrilc Mrs. Fowlslon 1101 Chickasa^ha or Phone Z049 DRS. NIES & NIES Osteopathic Physicians RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:10 Clinic 514 Main IJIytheville, Ark. Phone 2921 $8,30 'BIG THREE' Ford Summer Reconditioning CHANGR TO SUMMER WEIGHT LUBRICANT Ilrmovr: Iicnvy worn-out lubricnnt from IrnnstnissiOn and ililTririilia. ami fronl \vhcc. hearings—rPplachic with Nr,w I is lit ivci^M Summer Lubricant. CHANCE TO CHAMPION SPARK PLUGS The efficiency of spark pines is small after 1«,W8 mites «f use. CROSS-SWITCH iALT, FOIJR TIRES Greatly increases lire lihc. "Big Three" Summer Special Only $8.30 Drive In Now Tel 45,1 PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Your Car Wasn't Made to be driven only 35 Renew Your Car The Factory Way Adjust llarlra- 1. Install Ntw Piston Rings. 2. Install New Plslon Pins. 3. Griml Valves and Clean Carbon. 4. Adjust Main and Connecting Rod-Iharlngs. 5. Rffatc Valve Rorhcr Arma. G. < Iran Oil Screen ami Oil Lines. 7. Tune Motor Compldc. ransaction Must Be Satisfactory) Hy ItOY CRANK When the Cut's Awu WASH TU«I!S WlLE I PRETENDED TO pUST THE RUMK, 1MAPE M IMPREiSIOM OF HE LOCK IH BEESWAX. 6VE1W ,THE OCKSMtTH, WILL MAKE ME A ICE/. I WILL OPEU THE TRUNK WHILE THE 6EWERAL INSPECTS HIS TROOPS 1'W SURE THAT HBTRUMK T» <3ENERAL6UABP5tN HIS ROOM CONTAINS IT IS LOCKER HOW CAM WE FIHOOUT? LEAVE THE TRUNK At-ONE, AMD THE OUT LAW'S EXCITED VORS6. WHO DO >\0p Trtlr^lC IS LOt^E-GAP PASS V!HOf\ ,1'riERE IDOtfl VIXN HER,BUT WE'RE RXMr* too MUCH SILVER.-D. RIDE TrtM 6AP WIIH- OU1 TrtEfiL SII SHUT UP.' Vou BLASTED Hv KDOAIt M/\RTliSf< BOOTS AND HEK ItlJ 1)1)1 ICS HvV.-T. HAJyiLIN He Hns ChilK PAT1ENCE..OOP.' YOU WWT REMEMSEP, \\MEN IN ROME. OOA6THE COt>\ANS DO...SO 1M GONG IT ONE BE1TEK 0V TGVIN& TO oscw? INTO THW R H^N6 A Better Brands! —Get More and Better Food for your ration books, S Deliveries Dilly C. L. NABERS Grocery & Market IH B. DMakn St. Phene Ml 8. Ciraii retor, 9. Clean and Spate Spark I'hiss. 10. Clran and Space Ignition ToiFils. 11. Ailjusl Octane Selector. 12. Clran J''nrl I'ump Screen. 13. Insprd (icnrr.ilor. 14. Insiiccl Hlnrlins Motor.' This includes new rints - piston pins - gnskcls - oil All for only ft^O QC Chevrolcts only ^^^•5^O any additional \mrts extra LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Flnttt Service Dtpt, KRKCKf.ES AND IMS KKIKNDS Should I Make for" Inlercsl . «y MEIIRJLL i' OlO YOU GCT TME FACTS, LftRO.OR ARE YOU IN A l/OW FOG? , MURDER , i AIMT WOOFIN'/ --"SOMEDOOy WAS SHOT (M TriAT Ot-D BUlLDl^fS AT THE" ' END OF WILLOW ROAD/ ARE YOU POSITIVE ? ABSOIUTELY.' BUDJO1WSON WITNESSED ir, AND TOLD WAFFLES AND WAFFLES TOID WE CANT PRINT NF.WS THAT OIONT THE roucE WELL.TtJE RUMOR HAPPENED OH THE CAMPUS- L.&TS JUST P8INT TH "" RUMOR.'/ 'so

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