The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1943 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, MAY- 8, 1943 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)] COURIER NEWS IMPORTANT NOTICE! Classified 'Advertising ID The Conner New> ,' Will Be CASH ONLT T.ictfi it KiUbthhe* Bottatu : Ftntu. Keuiue the low cost «f elu*l- fled adj do« not Justify Die expense ot bookkeeping and collection!!, we liar* adopted thU polity rather than a raise In rate. No Exceptions to tn!a Policy! CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rale'per line for consecutive insertions: Minimum Chargo 50o 1 time per, line..... ;...'... 15c 2 times "per line per day '2c 1 times per line per dny 9c 3 times per HUD per dny 7e 12 times per line per clay 5c 1 Month per line 90c Ads ordered for three or .sis times mid stopped before expiration will lie charged for the number of times tlic ad appeared and adjustment o[ bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by person. 1 ; residing outside of tlie city must be accompanied by cash. Kates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions takes the one lime rate. No responsibility will foe taken lor more than one Incorrect insertion of any classified ad. • For Rent One light housekeeping room. Phone 2180. 7-pk-ll Nicely furnished front bedroom, cle- lighlfillly cool. Gcnllcmcii. I'iione .3204. 4-pk-0-4 ncdraam • for men. Twin beds. Two closets. -Private Iwth. Corner 10th and uhicknsawba. I'ltone S413. •1-ck-ll Fnruislieil rnoin, luljnlning tititli 40S North Sixth. •i-pk-ll' Ilooms. for ineti. Harry Atkins. 4-28-pk-28 Coo<l grbcer/. store building nnd fixture.?. 517 VV. Asli. Phone 2552. 3-18-ck-tf Comfor.tnhlE bedroom. Twin beds. Slenrh heat. ChicKasawba & 10th Phone 2413. H-ck-tf C-/mfortable bedroom. 1017 Walnut Phone "25IB. 11 11-7-ck-tf One PcdleV clarinet, 212 west Kentucky Avc, , 7-pk-ll Soybeans. Arksoyf. J. A. Bage, C ml. S. of Mnnila, '5-C-|)k-18 1D40 Del.uxc Chevrolet Coacli, Excellent rubber. Rn-s. Cohen, i>!io. 2525 or 2480. ,. 8-ck-O Still have 11 few more 5 ami 10- acie tracts fronting Highway 01 Just south of Blylheville. If in- leiested in owning n home, come in JUKI see me. These tracts cnn be bought on terms 1/3 down, 5 years on bnlance. Have several nice farms in Southeast Missouri which have recently been oltcivd for stile. ItlALES LAND CO. Golf Hotel Hussell niales 5-fi-pk-3 CORN ANI» ALFALFA I,ANI>, as good as best Itmd In Mississippi County. NUW STRICTLY MOI)KJIN SIX-KOOM I10MK, WITH HASEMKNT, HJUNACK, LIGHTS; 1SATII ON SKCONU FLOOK, LAVATOUV AND C'OMMOIIE ON FIRST FLOOR. Home nicely arranucd, plenty clothes closcls. Also, new double crib and granary, fnir burn and tenant house. Farm well fenced. Oa gravelled road and electric line. Tolnl (fixes about • $98.23 last year. Best level black land, containing 314 acres, about 300 cultivated. This is as good land as any land In Mississippi County. It is located in Sloddard county, VKICE $85 per ncrc. Terms. NO TRADES. Caleb Smith, in a East Malone Sikeston, Missouri 5-4-ck-U U. S. ARMY INSIGNE \ HORIZONTAL • 1,7 Depicted is I insigne of U.S. | Army . i Headquarter; 13 Ireland >4 Toward ,15 Average i (abbr.) !1G Hawaiian : ! wreaths ;17 Twitching JIB Accomplish .19 Exclamation »21 Huge tub •21 Public .. ' • storehouse :24 Vegetable | container '26 Ratitc biri! ZBMan's name 31 Excavate 32 Port . 34 Insect egg 35 Methane 3G Upward' 37 Diamond- cutter's cup 38 Rainbow 33 I.ton 40 Subtlety Answer to Prevloat Fwtl* 25 White «nt„ 2V Giant kinf ot B&sh»n ..^. 29 Form ot .,'••' nrchitccturt — 5=1 30 Crown ..A p|t] 31 Immerse S,£_ 32 Spring .*<» _^ 33 Area measure AjNj 34 deck letter i 35 12 Inches • Tj 37 From ' ' ' £] 39 Music not* ; 41 Pair of horses VI Symbol lor 41 Ringworm SFrenchW 43Birwtlon ff «Kart ?o nl ',1 nC , m «MoSed ( h (\ r, J On t0 ^ of • nrlnce 19 Mannrmy (iBehoid! i 40 Now W ' (ttbur.) _ 7Sunj£od '' (abbr > 50 Mine r ,-* SAtftlHImes 17 Circle DOrt M Devotee , ^ 9 Cloth m M5 ure "« Bovi^:' Practically new Cavalier clarinet Eeasonable price. 520 North Broadway. 4-nk-ll 2 bedroom suites. Kroehler aofn- bed. Overstuffed chair. 3 Inwn clmirs. Moore's Airtight coal liealcr. 2 small kllclien tables. As a group or by the piece. May be seen at 1138 Willow after G Phone 22G8. ' d n -tf 1941 Chevrolet Pickup. Good condition. L. Li. Anderson, 36 E. Main. GOLDFISH MINNOWS—"Crapple's favorites." G. C. Hawks, 300 E Main. Ph. 3292. 4-13-ck-13 Wanted To Buy Child's toy car. Must be in good condition. Mrs. James Barksdale Phone 2133. 7-ck-l Will pay cash for $10,001 worth of good used furni ture. Wade Furniture Co. 1-20-ek-tf Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coa' Jiangers. irudson Cleaners. 10—O-ck-tl Help Wanted Wanted—experienced telephone operator. Hole! Noble, Blytheville 7-ck-l! Farm iNeeds Brine u s your poultry, hog and stock, health problems. We carry n complete fresh stock of Ledcrfe serums, vaccines, Dr, Hess Tonics .siuicl .disinfectants. Woods Drug .store, Mnin & Railroad. 3-lfi-ck-tf Livestock If yon wnnl some feeder shoals I have arnimd 25 head, from 80 to l&O pounds. J. R. whistle Manila, Ark. Phone T>7. 8-pk-IS If .Von are looking for a good registered boar ply to tuil( , , nerd, Diiroc or O. I. C., see A L Whistle -and Sons fine herd at Parayould, Ark., phone 249VVI, O-pk-10 Oels Soldiers' final. HOLLYWOOD, Cal. (UP)-Cnp- am and Movie Actor and Band der Gene Raymond, liome from service in tlic Army Air Corns Somber Command, says that the hing that most gels hj s go!lt of npsl American soldiers nt the front s ie|H>rls of petty troubles on the ionic front. He said that (lie news it the front Dial Povd workers in liigari quit production line for ive hours lo complain of inadequate telephone service was just oo much for him. Read Conner ITews want «ds. Man for general service station work. Permanent job. Simpson's State Line Service Station. 5-C-pk-13 Middle aged lady for housework and companion, that can drive car. Aila Brooks, Steele, Mo Pho fip "- 5-pk-lS Men with accounting experience needed by essential industry. Answer giving age, qualifications and type of business of prescnl employment. Box CW, Courier News. 4-30-ck-tf Experienced seamstress wanted Hudson Tailor Shop. 2Gcktf RHght Shorls Wow Natives SAN FRANCISCO (UP) — TllC Pacific islands occupied by American troops are fast becoming populated by native, tribes wearing colored shorts of such brilliant coloring that tropical birds hide their head lor shame, Brig. Gen. William E. Kcpncr reports. Next to cheap phony jewelry, the soldiers have found Hint colored shorts have the Inyhcst bartering value in the Islands. For just one pair of hMily- inllnincd shorts, natives will trade i canoe, dig fox holes, carry the wounded or perform any task a soldier wants done. GO.OW VG'siiTSan Francisco SAN FRANCISCO (UP) _ San 'rnnciscans are out both for victory and vegetarianism. A census of this year's crop of victory gardens reveal the presence of CO 000 within (he city limits PIANO, ORGAN and VOICE Classes announced for S I' U I N G Mrs. Dorothy W. Fnwlslon, B A M S M ORGANIST & TEACHER ' ' ' „, ., , fMi " i . sl ", cr Music ' Firsl Presbyterian Church Wnlc Mrs. I'owlslon HO] Chirkasawba or Phone 2(149 FORD PROTECTIVE SERVICE Prolong (he life of .vour Ford, avoid major re- liaii-s, save gasoline and motor oil, enjoy that smoolli new car -performance with genuine* Ford: NBW PISTON RINCS & HEARING 1NSFRTS $39.00 m °' ot PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY Tcl.,453 Authorized Ford D*»I«r 6th & Walnut VERTICAJ 1 Obtain 2 Silkworm 2SSB,dforlh 24 Symbol Jor . ciilciiim 57 none 58 Pti! ( i notice 59 The Bod Jlnnict Bocflicr Slawo was tlio .sislcr of Henry Wnrrt needier. REFRIGERATION anil ELECTRIC MOTOR SERVICE! •I''. W. Tiidim, Jr. l>h. 5r>7 Ulyllirvlllo, Ark. RATION CALENDAR If you «a.,t to Imy more War May 21: Gasoline Coupon 5 Ex- It(mils SELI, US THE PURNITUKl Pl'«. YOU AUK NOT USING for cash im. IK. o^— „, ._ _ . Also liberal tr.ulc-in allowince f« olil furniture nil new. Alvin IL-irdy Furn. Co. June 15: stout Sltap 17 Expbres. We want to bny BljtheTllle Homes. We h>ve pnrctuuen for »n kinds of hone*, n , 0 a want to »U1 qnlck, MO THOHAS LAND COMPANY tt C. CuepbeU, S*lc(aua WALTER HENSEN PLUMBING & HEATING ~ *M2 1Z1S M»ln Dr. W. P. IJrewer Dentist Blylheville, Arkanww SPECIALS Extractions $1.00 Full Up'r * Lower Plates $35 up 1912 Blytheville 1943 . Defoe Furniture Co. 126 E. Main Dial 3221 Wanted: Used Furniture. AI- 10 you can trade your alt furniture In on new. 301 E. Main I'lione 230 J. E. JOHNSON Fire, Life and Casualty.. INSURANCE .U2 N. 2nd Slrwt "Better Safe Than Sorry" Spend Your Precious Points For The Better Brands! —Gel More and Better Food for your ration books, 3 Deltverln Dully G. L. NABERS Grocery & Market 104 8. Division fit. Phone Ml DRS. NIES & NIES Osteopathic Physicians f i RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:80 Clinic 514 Main Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2921 TRUCKS and ESSENTIAL PASSENGER CARS Will Receive PRIORITY OH parts and repairs in our shop . . . This is an effort to keep essential transportation rolling. LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. •WttM Best Values USED CARS I9J2 l-'Oltl) s. ltd,. I'OKimil 1912 MK1UHIKV TOWN SIC- HAN H-DI.) 1-1)2 CIIIIVItOI.KT KI'ICC. SI'T. ^1!I)AN, TiirM- (lircc cars nrc VKRV j'l'au, Inw mlluiiKc, i'x(,.l| n ,l "rt's anil «|H clvr nrw.rjir |M'r- foriiiancc at to ml savliic In price'. 1!>1I CIli:VltOl.i;T (.'ONVKItTI- »''H <!. (.'. Low milcacc, iln-s liku tinv, It ,v II, Snolllfihi, R in y color. . i»(i t'oitn v,ji I'K. I.aiBe if.,, . «"»il llrrs, A-l <>anil«l«ii. 1930 I'Oltl) V-B I'lCKDl- TliK. ViiUMinlly K n,itl (ili-kiip with clc- |H'ilil:llil(. l|r,. s . SIANV OTIIKK W()»K1,S ANW TYl'i:s. Conrcuinil Term.v. Ti:i,!,'-|ti s Phillips Motor Co. Tfl, J(i.1 O]K , n fj| s ] lls NEW TIRES fur Cms, Trucks, Tractors T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. •Ul W. Asli ii|, o FOR SAI.B Onp rornrr Mure and 4 . fur a I Ive. THOMAS LAND CO. CONCIl KTU . STORM SKWHR For Suit- AM, SI/KS Otceoli Crfrert C«. I'lmiirs 2s:i &. co 1). S. l,am-y |.:,| wlsrniii Osoi'nla, Aik. EXPERT AUTO REPAIR WORK G'omiifeio stock *t 1'art*. HARRISON Auto Parts & Garage ; »«•«•«»• . • Oliver Karw K I 517 W. Atti ' 24 HOUR TIRE SERVICE Vileanlziat—Tiic. and Tube Jifjalrtaf, ' , , f *« Work Guaranteed!' ' WADE COAL CO. 1 Alabama, R C ,i A s h Cool.', | f- Htrr. (1 ,,,.„ WK NKKI) US E D CARS »nd TRUCKS Tnp prlrcs for I.»lc, MmlrlH - - - "Sco h'ciiy Hi-fore You Bell." T.I. SEAY MOTOR CO. New 1'lviilolhs & Cliryslrrs 121 W. A«h VJi, 2JJ2 DON EDWARDS "Tho Typewriter M»n" ROYAL, SMITH, COIIONA, AN!) liEMINOTON PORTAnLB TYPEWRITERS | 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 331!2 (E\'ery TransBcllon Must, De SntUfnclory) rr I' MJllff Loan Cotton Geo. H. McFadden & Bros. Ag'cy. Over lion,,,.', |)ru B store— V. O. iiox 215, lii,!l,«vHle r Ark. E. C. I ; ATTON i'h«»e»« BAKER L. WILSON For Sale COTTONSEED Delfos !)2r>2 2-J{ Arksoya SOY BEANS .Hoywiys. ' 12 Dels) a tEStlEE. SPECK, Sr. Frenchman's Ifciyou, Ark. Phone 2308 WASH TUBI1S Rv HOY CRANE .ffHE CONVOV TURNS u OFFATftkiHTAN6US THEAtOMEWrirtEARNS A U-BOAT HAS BEEN SIGHTED SEVERAL THAT MEANS THE SUB . HWE TO SURfACE M ORDER TO MAKE SREATER SPEED wwBiTAR USK CONTACT. PtOT COU WTIL WE .SET THAT B&y ' Do Nuf Disturb fcy FRED HARMA'V • ^S'\I<K PERSONAL out BOOTS AND HKR HUDDIKS voost o —"TT^ tCfff V^GVOVi K .SEEK& MOST 'BEAUTEOUS ~" 15y V. T. HAMU1 LISTEN, ELBEKT. IF THEf BLfT tthAT CW NM15 H«v'E DE.VEL- /CO TO VtLP ^ OPED ROCKET6 TO f GET TH.'6 hE.\T- 7VE EXTErfT BOOM I CE5l6T[Si6/^ BV 6U6PECT6. YCU'VE / GOCKET- / TAK\N6 GOT TO HELP KM ENflNE I ME TO FCU6TRCTE THEIQ X KcTAU^ V IT/ > PLAN 5.' /" // ENEMV" TEqCiTCXJV.' HOW'D XXI 6ICILV.' EXPECT ME TO GET vou TO ITALY..^VHEM f\ i CWT GET ^^ocE THW V AW X GA5OUNS \OU DON'T USE TO E THE RBCKLES AND HIS FRONDS WHY wor SAY WE SAW A f Y SNOOPING s> A AROUMO /GOBCEOus •.OOM 103? I FEM^L^ ^U w/ HERE'S YOLK. "VEILED LADY —ITS THE BEST I . COULD DO/ BETTER WEAR ON MONDAY, LANA. — --THIS IB GONNA TURM T*JE WHOLE SCHOOL.

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