The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 18, 1944
Page 7
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TUESDAY. APRIL 18, 19<M BLYT11EYILL1D, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS' For Sale Good team of farm horses, W. II. Barber, Holland, Mo; 18-pk-21 19U Chrysler $1195. Call 2202 or see lit Rustic Inn. 18-ck-U Three wave 11-tube Grunow cabinet radio $75. Phone 2525. 25pk22 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Daily rate ner line tor consecu- ve Insertions: linlnium charg« 60o time per line... Igo times pet Une per day 12o times per line per day DC times per line per day 7o ! times per line per day 60 ^onth per line 80o Was ordered for three or elx times I „ na stopped before expiration will Hrav V tractor taixlem disc, good e charged for th3 number ol times condition. Russell Wilder, Uocoro. IB ad appeared and adjustment or II made. All Classified Acwernamg copy bmltted by persons residing out- PAGB SEVEN VT For Rent Nicely furnished bedroom. Kitchen privilege. I'lione 21B3, 17-l)k-20 Two room unfurnished iivnu'tmcnl. L. Fowler, 031 Walnut. 15-|)k-lD Two room furnished apartment with garden spot. 9H Hcani St. Rough lumber of all kinds. Tongues, double trees, elc. Soulh 2lst S.t. In Pridu Addition. O. S, Rollisoni 15-ck-22 de of the city, must be accom- anled by cash. Rates may be easi- computed from the above table. Advertising ordered tit Irregular Lserilons takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken ir more than one Incorrect Iruer- on of any classified ad. Ark. 18-pk-21 22 horsepower Evtnrudc Spccditwin outboard motor. Cheap. Runs very good. '38 model. Taken care of. Sec Byron Weaver, Stcele, Mo. I5|ikl3 For Sale Three rooms of furniture, including Ice box and Florence oil sl6ve. 133 West Ky. Phone 2430. 18-pk-25 Airline battery radio. T. L. Barber, West Gateway Esso Ser. Stii., Bly. lfl-pk-24 FOR, QUICK SALE farman & Erbe certified fireproof , safe. 3-wny combination. Heavy duty casters. Inside dimensions: 3G" wide, CO" high, 20" deep. Adjustable shelves. Will handle stan- l dard filing equipment. $200 cash. ] Call DON EDWARDS, 3382. 15-ck-lD leveral good mules, priced reason- 1 able. Cnstllo Brothers, Luxora. 14-pk-21 Two air compressors. New I'/i horsepower compressor and used >,i ln>, compressor. New fuel oil heater 2 kitchen cabinets. 2 tons of slack coal. 100 yards white sand. Phone 2801. l8-ck-2 'Ive room furnished house with bath. Two miles norlh of Hlythcvlllc, lialf mite west of Hwy. Bl. Adults only. Ethel Wheeler. n-pk-20 LARGE BIRD to Previous HOHIKPNTAL, 1 Pictured bird G Itoso 11 Indian homes 13 Prcttor 14 Any 15 Mentally gifted 18 Sun god Several larms, Slie, 40 ncres lo ICO acres. Also, need several tliarc- crovj families. E. 13. Gee Collon Co., IBlytlievlllo, Arkansas. IVIK! Mtirslon, Missouri. H-ck-2a Rooms nnil apartments. 401 E, Ash ami Lilly bt. . 14-i)k-21 Bedroom. Phone 2009 afler 0. 4-pk-l 21 Sweet potatoes 2 Occupant 3 Opvis (abbr.) 4 Honk hemp : 5 Pavi'Ol 0 Exist 7 Wand 3 Upon 0 Serious address 10 Expunge 12 Crntly 'HA mountains 25 Weird 2C Heavenly body 13 Belongs to It 27 Fruit V"'"' ' 32'Whlng bird 28 Typo of bant 28 Weary 29 Unclose 17 New Mexico 20 Creek letter w a • >. 'It oalce In Ingram Building, Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. Bedrooms for rent with kitchen privileges nnd mntd service. Phono 2133. _i!^i- ( Help Wanted Large office safe in perfcc conililion. Has inside vaiil with lock, Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ek-tf Wanted: Sharecropper for tractor land. Bale anil half to acre, Call or seo C. C. Counoillc, E. 13. Gee Cotton Co., phone 2020. M-ck-22 ft. lot facing south, 1100 block I Hearn. Three blocks Central I School, two blocks grocery store. Price $1,600, terms. Write P. O. I Box 387, Blythevtlle. l2-pk-19 table model Electric Kadlos at The 1 Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. 27-pk-27 HOME KITCHEN CAFE, Luxora, Arkansas. Ideal location. Plenty of points. Good business. Make offer. 6-pk-20 Early Gulf State tomato plants, 15c per dozen. Cheaper by the- hundred. Sharpe's Place, 2204 Chickasawba Ave., phone 3157. 14-pk28 Modern five room house. Inquire 1409 West Ash. 14-ck-23 Truck driver. lx>n(; time job for man who wants to work. Phono 2977. 18-pk-21 Seamstresses and checkers. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 28-ck-tf •I 11)11(01- vckh •12 Hebrew month 4301 (he •I I Sorrowful •!7 Suitable 33 Winglltio jKU't 48 liKllvlilviiil 35 Social insect '10 Hody part 3C Drew closer to 50 Monkey „ . iv v.,v*., . 37Trimspovta- 53Symbol for] 30 Area ™casurc MC assl)ollU tlo ,, , CC5 samorliiin 31 Military po- 2 ,| R , lss i a n 39 Adjusts ' 55 Doctor (abbr,) 32 Indo-European language 34 Enthusiastic nrilor 37 Feigned $$•< ' 38 Doctrine ! 40 Constellation ; 41 Auricles ._. ', -15 Mariner jA • -1G Railroad Mf ' ; (abbr.) •&&§ • 47 Gives up '. 51 Rhode Island Experienced cooks nnd Apply Hotel Noble. waitresses. Ifl-ck-tf ffot air furnace; Burns coal. Large enough for 6 or 8 room house. Used very IP tie.' Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ck-tf lon't overlook our clearance values 1 on 4 piece bedroom suites with I twin beds. Now 49.50—were 79.50. | Tom Little Hardware Co. 3-16-ck-tf 13 ft. truck body with high sides. Can lie used to haul livestock. Can use on either Fortl or Chevrolet truck. Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ck-lf Cotton planting seed. Stonevllle 2 nnd DPL 12. At Blylhevllle Gin Co. 4-ck-l GOOD SALESMAN for roof cement local direct to building owners by Cleveland Manufacturer. Full cooperation to establish permanent, well paying commission business. Is essential commodity with live market now and after war..Tele phone Monday for interview, Miller Wlnn^Golt Hotel. 15-pk-19 Wanted To Kent 0 or 80 acres open land near Blytheville. Write P. O. Box 081. 15-pk-19 watering troughs, any size— lee! Pressure Tanks- keel Culvert, Any Size— lood Used Small Steam Boilers— Jcel Oil Drums & Garbage Cans— lood Used Lawn Mowers- lew Electric Motors, 'Any Size— PLYTHEVILL MACHINE SHOP 207 S. Second 3-15-Ck-tf fable and Console RADIOS. 1 Electric and battery. I HARDAWAY APPLIANCE Phone 2071. 7-ck-7 Itatc Certified, Ceresan-treated 1 Deltapine 12 cottonseed, 55.00--100 libs. $90.00 Ton. Rnlsoy soybeans, ICertifled'.S3.25 bu. Not Cert. $2.75 I bu. Tenn^and Dortch hybrid corn. 1 Will-trade 2 bu. our treated for 3 I b\i. your untreated cottonseed. | Burrtette Plantation, Burdette: 10-ck-lO legistered Durnc Fall Boars. Sired by champions out of f l' top sows. Pricerl reas- able. J. C. Buchanan, farm' located IVi miles west on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 6-ck-6 Certified cabbage plants, free from yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds of flower plants and seeds. Heaton's Home of Flowers. Davis Avenue at Franklin. 3-2-ck-tt Wanted to Buy 1 Power lift for F-30 Farmall and 2 seU of cultivators 1 for P-20 Farm all. Lee Wilson Co., Armorel. Pho 2088. 10-ck-t Half-ton or 3-4 ton pick-up truck Must have good rubber an springs. M. P. Drummdnds. 160 W. Ash. St. 12-pk-l Corn and hay, top prices pali Blythcville Grain & Elevator Cc ' ."• > " "8-ck-t Will pay cash for $10,00 worth of good used furu tore. Wade Furniture Co 52 Dyes ^Tjj,- 54 Crown Vflj 5G Condition 57 H is one o[ : the largest ; of .—. i , VERTICAL ,' 1 Fixed look I I te 55 E. H. FORD, General Agent, National Equity Life Insurance Co. Telephone 3185 Macoupin Seed Soybeans Germination Average 88.5% R. D. HUGHES GIN CO. Sonih Broadway—nlyilievllle LOY CHEVROLET COMPANY We Still Have A Few Bogs of PEDIGREED COTTONSEED 3918 FERTILIZER CERTIFIED ROYAL SOYBEANS NITRATE OF SODA J.L TERRELL 111 S. Broadway Phone 263 1 or 4 nicely furnished rooms or G or 7 rooms unfurnished house. Musi be in good neighborhood. Phone 2744. 12-|)1:-2C Services Mr. COTTON FARMER: Don't dike a cliaiu'e-'when you cun buy GRADED, DKUNTKD'Jiiul CKRKSAN THKATEI)' PLANTING SEED! All nf our seed is first yenr from pedisreed Sloncville 2H iiiul DIM, M. , $5 Per 100 pound bag RED TOP GIN N. Hwy. (51 Two fnrm tractors for hire. Will do discing, listing or breaking. Norvol Stover, Stccle, Route 2. BETTER DRY CLEANING because it's done by expert workmen with modern equipment. 48 HOUR SERVICE ON MOST GARMENTS. Dye work and alterations. Call 21)12 for service. HUDSON CLEANER-HATTER-CLOTHIER. ', ••'.•' 10-ck-lO SEED and FEED Complete Line of Field Seeds. "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL Bly they i He Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 or 857 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites mny-ljc ruining your property. Cnll me for check-up without cost or obligation; HATS, MICE AND UOAC1I CONTllOL GUARANTEED WORK Phone 578 BETTER VALUES In Better USED CARS! UUI FOKD CONVERTIBLE Mtiroon with red lc;\llitr trim, Low mileage, city driven car. $1495 1441 FOIU) TJIDOK, Alurgon wllh W. S. Tires, A nkf clean cur, Only Will pay 200 per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Gleaners. JEFFERSON BARRACKS. Mo. (UP)—On the wannest March day In this area since 1875, the 29th training group discovered it had shipped, among other soldiers, one Pvt. Jack Frost. Let us sharpen and repair your lawn mower now and avoid , rush. Blythcville Machine Shop. 15-ck-tf All Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up' Maintain your car for the duration with our thorough "Protective Sen-ice" and avoid damage nnd destruction of vital parts hard to replace. ^ CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM if CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS ^ TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES if TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR Come in NOW for our SPECIAL SPRING CHECKUP. Minor repairs and adjustments TODAY will prevent expensive .over- ls tomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel «53 AothorlKd Ford Dealer Ith A W«toBt DON EDWARDS The Typewriter M»»" ROT All, HMTTH. COBONA, AND REMIHQTOH PORTABLJ TY^CWKiTZUa 118 If. tod BTREET v FHONl U83 (Every Transaction Uuit Be B»tW»ctor7) D. P. L. 14 Cottonsee r d 1 3/32 to l!/s Inch Staple ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See EARL MAGERS C5.087 Deer Killed LANSING, Mich. (UP)— Michigan hunters Inst fill! killed 65.087 deer, the state conservation cle- lartmcnt has annovinceri after abulation of game report cnrds rom 211,570 hunters. The kill was he largest since 1941. Political Announcements Tfcs Courier News lisa been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August: STATE REPRESENTATIVE ALENB WORD (for re-election. Dist. No. 2) W. J. WTJNDEKLICH (for re-election, Dist. No.-1) J. LEE BEABDEN (for re-election, DisL No. 3) LUC IEN E. COLEMAN (Dist. No. 4) 8HERDT AND COLt«CTO» HALE JACKSON (for m-electlon) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON CODNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKEET) STOUT E. R, (RABBIT) JACKSON MISS DELLA PURTLE COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND CJREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR BOB GREENE OSCAR ALEXANDER ? WANTED 1942 and 1943 GOVT. LOAN COTTON Gel Our Prices Before You Sell H.N.SWEARENGEN&CO. Swearengen Blda. Blytheville, Ark. 1 jn want W tnj m<» Wiu Bond* SELL CS THB FDBNITORB JfOD ARE NOT USINQ for Abo Ubrr»l tr«iJe-ln al!«w»nee foi old new. AWn Hardy' FUTB, Co. Ill E. Stein Fhon* IH1 PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drag Stores Every type heel Is repaired or attached here— the work Is dona perfectly, reasonably - and, IfL_ you wish, while you wait, complete Shoe Repair Service here. H -fl LT £ R S QUflLITY SHOC SHOP ' (2 I W M O I S/ f , T. H. C. BLANKENSHIP 303 r. Kcntncky Upon Thcin, O.sear NOW. WORKEP MONTHS REPAIRING THE .DAMAGE YOU DID TO.THE TIME- MKCHINE HERE'S SOME )M\VW5 \VIRES TH\T FOR , FIND OUT \VHAT KIND THIS TIME! FO?StT ALLTHAT YCO FOK5 MUST BE PRETTY so,, Seal Covers, Jlc«tcr,.(}ooi| Uublwr, OW WAS I TO KNOW JU BOY GO i YOU TOLD OFF, KDM'T TONS WOULD/S DOSE ALLTH\T 1038 PI.VMOUTll 4 door ;.iedani Kxlrii Bond rubber. 1944-license pliilcs. A real buy. By MERRILL BLOSSEIJ Oppoiiunity Knocks ODCO IWKKLES AND HIS FRIENDS DON'T BOTHGR—-I ALREADY GME j you YOUR. CHANCE /•' WEN I IWSIST THAT THE RUIES BE CHANGED IN MY CASE/ WELL, I SUPPOSE i COULD CALL OUR REGIONAL I DEMAND THE RIGHT ID DO MY DUTY/ BUT THE l MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENT IS EIGHTEEN / YOU'RE TOO SWUNG' WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRIOTISM . SSHTH, BUT YOU'RE TOO YOUN& TO B5 A &LOOD DOfJOR / Adds mileage nnd cicncy lo your By FRED HARM AN SINSADDIE WILL (•\Axe-urt TriEY'RE E.NJOY1NS MITRE J, rou i Alien, BUT HE KNOW MEWUWED5 1O RO&TR)\IS)-' Americans may not be able to get (hrough"the next year on wheels UNLESS they have their lires recapped IN. TIME 'lo save repliicinff tires! By LESLIE TURNBB WASH TUBES THERE'S ANOTHER OME.SIR THIRTy MINUTES LATER 1 AT THE RATE WE'RE WOPPW6 WE'LL BE AT II.IOO FEET WHEN WE REACH IT...'. 400 FEET BELOW THE MINIMUM NECESSARY OKAY FOR THE PRESENT WE'LL CLEAR A I6,OOO-fOOf RIP6E IM A80UT SIX MINUTES WE BE PflWN TO 18,500 FEET.. WHAT fSOUT THE TERRAIN AHEAP OM OUR COURSE 3W MILES HAST OF ASSAM KUNMING IS 18» MILES TO THE SOUTHEAST-VECTOR NOW, izs m LOST A LOT OF 6LOOD BE FORE WE 60T THE GOOD I WHAT IS OUR POSITION, RALEISH? 2 The OPA recently Jift * ed the ration resfric lion on recaps! Now no in spection or ' certificate necdetl. .' &K\M HIM PLASMA NOW 3 Recapping uses' aboil • one-third as much rub bcr as is used in makiit! '.war lire." We're prepared, logiv you and expert reca job immediately! Don" wail too late— do il \\o\\ BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES By EDGAR MARTIN LOY F/CH CHEVROLET COMPANY DAY ond NIT HflVS US PUT ON H£WH(tLS-SW-CS

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