The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1944 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, APRIL 8, IO-I-I " CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate per lino ior Uce Insertions: Minimum Chargs 1 time per Un« t ~ • 8 times per line per day r . .. . 12 times per 1 no per dav per * three .70 Dtiroc Full Hoars. Sired by champions out of my top sows. I'riml reasonable. J. C. Buchanan, farm located 21 miles west on llwy. 1ST Phone 578 or 33,'i5. G-ck-G j,, (ARK,)' COUHIER • NEWS Bed room to uccominodnte four people. Call 2920. e-clh-lt 3 room furnished house on lllghw«\ IS West. T. li, Smith. S-vk-U Cotton planting seed. Stonevllle 2 and DPI, 12. At Blylhevllle Gin Co. 4-ek-ll for tho number or t!m« UU made PPeared aud """tow* <* All Classified AQTenuuig copy " bml "«d by persons resfotag <fut- ilde of the city. 'must be accompanied by cash. Rates may bTeaS- A^H 1 ," 1 from the above table. Advertising ordered l'<Sr Irregular Insertions takes the one tta» Yak Practically new 2 pc. living room; 3 PC. Solid Maple Bedroom; Dinette _get. OS P. li, q., B.A.A.F. 7-pk-ll HOME KITCHEN CAPE, Uixora Arkansas. Ideal location. Plenty of points. Good business. Make offer. . C-pk-20 1940 Barley-Davidson motorcycle in A-l condition, New tires. Phono 3988. S-Sergt. Robert E. Weaver! 7-pk-ll We now have a. large sele'cltaTof used cars. Also ten '30 and '31 Model A Fords. All northern cars on,good tires and In perfect condition. Terms to fit your purse JolliS/Brothers, Manila, Ark. __ 5-pk-12 Table model Electric Radios at The Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. 27-pk-27 Three wave 11-tube Orunow cabl- t radio $75. Phone 2525. 25pk22 -.. t overlook our clearance values on 4 piece bedroom suites with twin beds. Now 49.50— were* 79 50 Tom Little Hardware Co. ' ' 3-16-ck-tf Certified caboagc plants, free from yellows, tomatoes, peppers liot mid sweet. All kinds of flower plants unri seeds. Heatou's Home of Flowers. Diivls Avenue nt 'Frank- 1J "- 3-2-ck-tf Cafe doing good liiislncss. Good location on Main street. 132 Fast Main. 5-|)k-!'J Wanted to Buy One Model A John Deere Tractor Cultivator. M. C. Greenway, Ucll. T-jik-H Wanted nt once! 10,000 pounds large grain i»])corn. Write or wire collect. Plill ?,ER1I,LA, Now Daisy Theatre, Memphis, Tcnn, l-ck-15 EGGS WANTED for custom lintcliing. AVlille eegs are olicap bring lliein to \is and linvc them hnlclied. Baby Chicks on hand now at $10 |ier hundred. Btaylock Hatchery. Phone 3172. 15-ck-4|17|44 Corn ana Imy, top prices paid. Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co 8-ck-tf Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture.. Wade Furniture Co. 1-20-ck-tf Will pay 20o per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. ck-tf Lost Black Cocker Siianicl year ami half old. Strayed from 920 Hcarn. Pho. 7. Reward. • 1-pk-lti Btcel watering troughs, any size- Steel Pressure Tanks- Steel Culvert, Any Size- Good Used Smail Steam Boilers— Steel Oil Drums & Garbage Cans- Good Used Lawn Mowers- New Electric Motors, Any Size— BLYTHEVILI, MACHINE SHOP 207 S. Second 3-15-cfc-tf Phllec. Zenith & Sentinel table model electric radios. Rear of USO . 3|9-pk-i|9 Corn, hog, dairy and poultry feeds Mill to crush your corn and hay Blytheville Grain & Elevator Co. '_ -ck-tf Six room house with tile bath and tile kitchen. General Electric oil burning-. heating system. Three apartments.on lot, renting-for $130 a month, OPA: In excellent neighborhood. Mrs. P. Leyser, 1313 West Main. 4-pk-ll Talilc and Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Phone 207J. 7-ck-7 cv Cabinet white Oil Cooking Stove with oven. Good shape. One Demins Electric Motor, 1-6 H. P. Good shape. Some Dcmlng jiump parts, reasonable. Phone 817. 7-pk-ll fiooins for rent, MVS, A. J, Uoniar ol Oil Mm. e-pk-12 Bedroom adjoliiine; bath, or will share home. Phone 2480. 8-pk-ia Bedroom, close to town, 622 Wcsl Main. Phone 2041, niter 5 v . ,„ """ V-pk-ll 2356. Nic« 7 room residence on Kentucky, All modern conveniences. Furnished. Call 2330. Ti-pk-8 Bedroom. Phone 2900 artc7~c! •l-pk-l Office In Incram Building. Inquire st the Parkhurst Co. ll-30-c'lt-tf Bedrooms for rent with kitchen ,privileges and maid service. Phone 2133. 19-ck-tf Several office rooms wilh automatic \vintcr air. con- dilionet! lieaf. Water in each room. Located in Medical Art [ilclg:. ,(H W. Main. Apply Hnhbaril Funiilnre C ( >- 3-ck-lO ' WN ~ V ™ VW -~*~*~ —-^^^-^^-VM Help WanleA Salesman. Union Uiscnil Co. luis permanent silks position open. Headquarters Blytheville, commission and expenses. Must have ci\r. Average net earnings per month, April Jsf (o March 31 si, §212.50. Sec Mr. (livens Monday evening or Tuesday at Noble Hotel. 7-ck-ll SALESMAN MANTEDt \Vc need two salespeople to work in our store. Can use cither men or ladies. Apply in person to Mr. Henrv. TOM LITTLE HARDWARE Co. I'honc SlTi fi-i)k-0 WANTED-stenographcr for law office. One with experience preferred, but will consider beginner. In replying, state age, <|iinlinc«- Uons, e.xueiience, if any, mid sal- ni'y expected. R. p. J3nyncs, New Madrid, Mo. 28-ck-ll Seamstresses and checkers: Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 28-ck-tf Experienced cooks and waitresses pplyJlotel^Noble. 16-ck-tf Wanted To Kent Unfurnished house, rhone 2009 before C p. in. G-pk-13 Services MONEY TO LOAN Loans of all kinds, large or small, long or short,, term, AUractive rate of Interest. See— . CLAUDE P. COOPER 124 N. Second St. O-ck-16 | Motors rebuilt, armatures re-wound. DON EDWARDS "The M«m" ROTAI* BMTTH. COBONA, AND REMINQTOM PORTABIJ 118 N. SBd BMKEET FEONI lEverj Tr&nMctlon Must B« Satisfactory) D.P.L14Cottonsee r d 1 3/32 to 1 !/s Inch Staple ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See EARL MAGERS Dell, Ark. Phone 635 WANTED 1942 and 1943 GOVT. LOAN COTTON Get Our Prices Before You Sell H. N. SWEARENGEN & CO. Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. . We buy ana sell re-built motors, Electric Ranges. Refrigerators £ Funs. Call us when you want to buy or sell. Rowcn Electric Co., 216 E. Main. Phone 3921. IG-ck-l-mo. [SAFE BRAKES FOR YOUR FORD $16.95 \ ATOM accidents by KNOWING , year brakes are food Above I price Includes new brake Hnin S and cost of instalhtfon 'NEW RINGS FOR YOUR FORD $41.45 Tel 45S PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Acthortxed Tori Dealer lib A W»!nat Let us sharpen and repair your lawn mower now and avoid the rush. •Blytheville Machine Shoy. ^^^ Political Announcements Tte Courier News Bfta been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August: STATE REPRESENTATIVE ALENE WOKD (for re-election, Disl. No. 2) W. J. WUNDERLICH (for re-election, Dint. No. 1) J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election, Dist. No. 3) LUC1EN E. COLEMAN (Dist. No. 4) SHERIFF AND COLLECTOB HAU; JACKSON (for re-election) VV, W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TUEASTJREU K. B. (SKEET) STOUT E. R. (RABBIT) JACKSON MISS DELLA PURTLE CODNTX JUDGE ROLAND GREEr? (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-ekctlon) COCNTy CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR BOB GREENE OSCAR ALEXANDER The following will be candidates for office In the municipal election to be held April 4: CITY CLERK SIDNEY C. CRAIG FRANK WHIT-WORTH (for re-election) ALDERMAN, WARD 3 RUPERT CRAFTON (for re-election) ALDERJIAN, WARD 1 S. C. OWENS (For He-elccllon) JOE ALEXANDER -> f /. t y < -.i..^^^^ > < ., tr ,. U. S. ARMY GROUP HOKI/ONTAJ, 57 Short 1 l>|>iclecl is > 58 FtORvellod msigne of U. S. Array 27lh - ' 7 Sra e.igle 8 Accomplish 9 Observe M Play thins 12 Ripped 14 Attempt 1C Moles 17 Short jacket 19 Members of this unit arc always ready to - into t<>Mi*....A«« VERTICAL 1 Arid 2 WJIblii 3 False god •1 Paindil 5 Hone U Seine 7 Kra 10 Unit of work 11 Dvoj) of eye JUild 12 Toward 13 Near (abbr.) 15 ShoW 21 Lett rivc-r 22 Symbol for .samarium 23 Paid notice 25 Behold', 20 Convey 28 Defect 30 From 31 Right (nbbr.) 32 Encourage- 35 Vegetables 36 On account (abbr.) 39 Of (lie thing 40 Alleged force •H Hawaiian bird 42 Kyo tumor 44 Haling 4D Something ruminated 50 Tree fluid 52 Evergreens 53 Blemish D 1 ! Encountered 56 Negative 18 Dolt 20Small child 22 ScotY 24 Challenged 27 Fish 2!) Indian 32 I.clliioo 33 Head covers 3-1 Crimson 35 Marsh 1C Slinkospearcnn ati Siplilseoing fairy queen trip 17 Sack 37 Eailh •13 Sweet potato •15 Provided 4G Five niul (our 47 Important IlU'tal 48 Nova Scolla (nbhr.) 40 Tain 51 Through 53 Insnne 05 Symbol for tellurium D7 Compass i>oinl SEED and FEED Complete Line of Field Seeds. "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 or 857 PIT JWQE SEVEN'- FELLOW FARMERS: « "-^iSff^' 1 " 1 two per 1M Sla " l>ell:i I'rollflo swil c»rn ll:ils $350 1m '»»"»" o">> Hrlns your bulk colluiisocil U> us ami un will trade our Cfrtltlo.l sswr RKtjjaffias saSSa BURDETTE PLANTATION BURDETTE, AUK. 8 ml, South O f niylhevllle on ![„,. 6 1 THE ONLY COLD WELDING EQUIPMENT IH BLYTHEVILLEl Cold welding is recommended by government engineers as the most satisfactory means of repairing crocked heads and blocks—many heads and blocks cannot bo welded by acetylene or electric process. Bring your trucks, tractors or other welding jobs to us! Delta Implements, Inc MACHINISTS - MECHANICS. I'lioiie 2015—Blylhertll* NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites nmy he ruining your properly. Call me for clH'ck-iip without, cost or obligation. KATS, MICK AND KOACH CONTROL GUAKANTBKD WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP 309 E. Kentucky Phone 2350 Always a Silver Lining AUGUSTA, Kun. (UP)—When S. Sf. Asmussen. Augusta philosopher, found that two skunks had taken ip residence under (lie porch qf his lomc here he calmly told neighbors, "One thing certain, they will clean out the rats and mice." Sare 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S Dr u g Store main & Lake Phone 2822 Gu/,''Ia Kxcilccl V. T. HAMLIN 'EM TO HIM SO HE COULD RUN MOO IVHILE I TOOK A REST... ALL I EVER GOT BACK WAS My CROWW... AN' THAT WAS JUST AN ACCIDEMT. WM'T HAP 7IM6 TO SH S16P ON THEM ROVAL JOOLS OOP HAD WHEM HE FIKT SOT TAN&LED UP WITH THE TIME MACHINE! I'LL BEATf bM OUT OP HIS -SILLY- LOOKIM' <. SKULL; /.. EHJVDU'VE FINALLV REMEMBERED WHAT FO^GOTTEW EITHER SOUNA COUGH UP OR.. THIS IS A FINE TIME TO REMEMBER, AFTEE HE'S F1KKLES AND HIS FRIENDS l!y MKURILL BLOSSEB — BEIM& MAR.OON5D FOR. ^ DAYS WAS PRETTY RUGGED Bur THEY SAVED MY LIFE BLOOD PLASMA/ NEVER l-'WOVV WHO DONATED ir BUT IT MAY EvjCM HAVE DEEM SOME LITTLE OLD LADY FROM A SMALL AMD IF SHE'S WONDERING IF' SHE EVER DID AMYTHW& FOX. TM6 WAR f : ?fOHT. 1W ONE GUY WHO CAW TELL'HER.' A Strange Order By FRED HARMAN HOPE" rou TWO wiLil N'OOY IT.' J HERE WE ARE--TROT INSIDE (VOD i v \AKE VOUR5E.1.VES /ViD AfTER HE UAKr-JS to RIDE - YOU'LL TE<\CH Hlt-\ HOVvl TO SHOOT/ i\ui •* ii v 11 t\n_t^ i --, —i i— r i\i~'L.i\• r up HORSE- W\ S ( \NT7 r rSX TIM ' is GOI^G TO I ,*-v£^s rrn-^ LEAWTO ) V-'IVr/ I'} R1DE - iV % / ow'i y-i&Ut*-, —?: l^^m £. / \S::\^^' I/ WASH TUBES Minor Obstacles By LESLIE TUKNEB r l HOPE,SbH,XoHMi'IHATETOTHISKOFlH ONE ENSIME HL ADMIT OUR PLAWE5 ARE OUER ' ,,,AND JAP PATROLS ARE ... BUT 6OSH! you n -... FLIGHT OVER \ d\R60<TAH BE PUMPEO FAST ENOU6H ' ...0T22,000-roOT MOUHTAIMS TOCLEAR...THERE ARE THE HUMP IWN'r I fOK THE REJttWto EWfitNE K>«AI.MM1N - ... MO EMERSENcy LANPW6 FIELDS HEAt>HUNTER5|HTHE THE WEATHER ISftPT W BE A COMBIHA TIOH OF ALftSKAN WILl|WAW5AHD MEUTIAN OVERCAST... you ABUSE j RUN WOTS ANJJ HER liUDDIEtl Sounds Interesting By EDGAR MARTIN LOY CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 578 TIME NOW To Choose Your . USED CAR See These Values Before You Buy! 10M nODOE Z door. Green. W.S llrcs. I.ols of exlm. A real clean rur. $795 ' *' '• ' 193S PLYMOUTH 4 door Milan. Kxtra good rublicr. I'M license' plale.i. A real buy. ' $695 * 1(111 DOnGti t.uxiiry Uncr. Cl«an (w 11 hound's toufli. Good ruhbtr and lots uf extras. $1495 * 1941 CffKYSI-KK New Ynrker *door sctlan. ItiuHo, Heater, W.S Tire*, Now 1911 License. $1545 Complete Lines of Nationally Advertised 'PARTS and Accessories HIGH LOY EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY OPEN DAY and NITE

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