The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 24, 1944
Page 5
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MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1944 CLASSIFIED ADyERTISING INFORMATION ..:; .-•»; w une per <iiy;;:;;;;;ijj per lln« p«r day 8c peruneperday,.,, 7c M Ilne 5*r day (So per line...,,. . joo ordered lor three or six times j fe^ expiration wS for tlia number of times " 1 • d J urt *«* « —«-v>» Aavenisuig copy by persona resfdlng ^out- .he clly must be accom- 1 by cash, nates may be easl- jputed from the above table ™ t erttslng ordered r6r iireBular Insertions takes the one time rate No respousiblllty w m be taken for more than one Incorrect insertion of ""X^sstfled^ad. For Coal or wood'range; 317 N. Bronrt- rcy_or_ciill 39MS. 21-|>k-26 Three, houses wltlx running wafer (Maled on corner lots in town' Write Clyde Lloyd, Box CCO, m. 1. _Blythevnie. ^ _^19-pk-2i 1941 Model Pottl with new tiros In food condition. SlOOO. Will sell'or trade for gravel tnick. See Pete Wells at O. S. YVoods, Osceola. . 22-[)k-2C DPL 14 ancf Sloneville 2lf~cott<m seed. Also Arksoy Soybeans 2913 Hiram Wj'lle, Phone 242C. 22-pk-20 Habblts, finest breeding stock. New Zealand Whites and Reds. 720 W A$h Street.'Plione 2950 or 3135. _^ • lS-pk-2G Table model Electric Radios at The Radio Hosplta|, 201 W. Asli. __ . ' .' . 2T-pk-27 Hot air furnace. Burns coal. -Large enough for G or 8 ,||room house. Used very little. Tom Little Really J> IT-ek-tC Don't overlook our clearance values on 4 piece bedroom suites with twin beds. Now 49.60—were IB 50 Tom Little Hardware Co. 3-lfl-ck-tt Steel watering troughs, any size- Steel Pressure Tanks— Bteel Culvert, Any Size- Good Used Small Steam Boilers— Bteel Oil Drums & C7arbnge Cans- Good Used Lawn Mowers-New Electric Motors, Any Size— BLYTHEVILL MACHINE SHOP 207 S. Second 3-15-ck-tf Table and Console RADIOS! Electric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. 7-ck-7 State Certified, Ceresnn-treated peltapine 12 c9ttonsecd, $5.00—100 Ib's., $90.00 Ton. Ralsoy soybeans, Certified $3.25 bu'. Not Cert. $2.75 liu. Te'nn. and Dovtch hybrid corn. Will trade 2 bu. our treated for 3 bu. you! untreated cottonseed •Bnrdette Plantation, Biirdette. 10-ck-lO Registered Duroc Fall Boars, ji^ired by champions out of ™ny top sows. Priced reasonable. ,T. C. Buchanan, farm located 2'/ 2 miles west on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 6-ck-G For Sale Furniture for 3 room apartment. Reasonable. 328 E. Davis. 21pk2a HarJey-Davldsou motorcycle, good condition, new tires. Bargain • If sold this week, May be seen at side door, Courier News building •between 1 seven and nine p. in. Used icebox hi good condition. Pho 2-M3. 24-ck-27 OH cook stove practically new. Also 25 pound metal icu box. 1700 Hcarn. 24-pk-30 Pour room modern bungalo on East nose Street. Apply at 316 South Franklin. 22-ck-2« One-milch cow, giving more than 3 1-2 gallons per day. $100 cash. 11. G. Hunt, Farmers Gin yard. 22-pk-27 A 40 and nit 80 acre tracts of Real Cotton, Corn and Alfalfa land In Milllgnn nidge vicinity, 7 miles southwest Manila. Good roads, school bus, mall route, cleclricily. . $125 per acre, 30 per cept tnsli, bill. 10 or 20 years 5 per cent ln- lerest. R. A. Asliabranner, Manila, Ark. 21-pk-28 Ford two door couch. 1937 model. 1M West Vine St. 19-pk-2G 2 nice lots' hear Walls Hospital. Terms. George M. Ix;c, phone 519. • 20-ck-27 Large office safe in perfect condition. Has inside vault with lock. Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ck-U Early Gnlt State tomato plants, ISc per dozen. Cheaper by the hundred. Sharpe's Place, 2204 Chlcka- sawba Aye., phone 3157. 14-pk28 13 .ft. truck body, with high sides. Can be used 'to haul ' livestock. Can use on either Ford or Chevrolet truck. Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ck-tf Cotton planting seed. Stonevllle 2 and DPL 12. At Blythevllle Gin Co. 4-ck-l Certified cabnage piantt, 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-tf Wanted to ~Buy TYPEWRITER DESK Phone R. L. Sherrick Phone 2712 or 31.15 in-pk-26 1 Power lift for F-30 Farmoll and 2 sets of cultivators for F-20 Fnrin- all. Lee Wilson Co., Armorel. Pbo. ^2088. ' 10-ck-tf Corn and hay, top prices paid. Blythevllle Grain & Elevator Co. 8-ck-tf Will pay cash for worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. For Sale or T.rade , Extra clean lasT Special Deluxe Chevrolet Tudor, radio, heater good tires. Call 838 after 6 p.m. Kent Bedroom for two In modern home. Phone 3355. 2-t-i>k-28 Three room airarlmcnt, u> vent foi four weeks. Completely furnished 2038 Chtckasiwbn. (Hew houses) ai-nk-25 Hooin in private home. Steam heat Private telephone. Phone 28J4. 20-ck-23 Furnished apartment. Adults only Mrs. C. 11. Wheeler, 313 North Bth. Nicely liinilsheil bedroom. Kiteheti privileges. Phone 2182 20-pk-25 Comfortable bedroom. Southwest corner of loth ami chlekusavba Phone 2413. 4119-ck-tf Rooms for men. Hurry Atkins. 4|t8-)>k-5|!8 Bedroom. Electric water healer service. Phone 2037. )9-pk-2C Two room furnished apartment with garden spot. 014 Hcarn SI. 18-pk-25 Several'farms, Size, 40 acres to 1GO acres. Also, need several sharecrop families. B. B. Gee Cotton Co., BJylheville, Arkansas, and Marston, Missouri. H-ck-28 Bedroom. Phone 2809 after B. 4-]*-7 OHice In Ingram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. il-30-ck-tf Bedrooms for mil with kitchen prlvlleRes and maid service. Phono JU^i~~~~-~~__~. J9^k Help Wanlei Experienced combination allerallcm and saleslady. Must be able to handle all types of alterations on men's and women's apparel. Applj L. K. Hnrwarg, Osceola, Ark. 20-pk-27 Christian (Prob woman. College education or teacher who prefers rcliR. work. Summer or permanent. Umisiinl utipor. Pays well. Guar. income. Write W. A, Pol- (enger, 1018 S. Wabash, Chicago. 24-nk-l-tl Help Wanted: Colored 1 men restaurant hel|). Cook $30. nisluvaslici or Bus Boy $22.50. All salaries paid weekly ami include room and board. (Apply by 1 'letter). WEITZ CAPE, Morris, 111. 22-pk-2 Seamstresses ami checkers. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 28-ck-tf Experienced cooks and waitresses, Apply Hotel Noble. 16-ck-tl Tlie modern Oxford Bible is said to be the only hook in the.' world that does not contain a typographical enoi'i Wanted To Kent 3 or 4 nicely furnished rooms or 0 or 7 rooms uhhirnisliecl house. Must be in t'oocl neighborhood. Phono 2744. Nc\y I-acqiicr for Tropics NEWARK. N. J. (UP) - A ) lacquer developed by Maas & Walri- sleln Co. is now being used on signal and other communication equipment ill tropical buses to protect it from humidity arid fungus growth. Formerly fungi grew on equipment, absorbed water am caused short circuits. All Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up 7 Maintain your car for the duration with 'our thorough "Protective Service" ana avoid damage anrl destruction of vital parts I hard to replace. if CLEAN RADIATOR AND CODLING SYSTEM * CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS if TIGHTEN ALL BOLTs'AND BRACES if TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR Come in NOW for our SPECIAL SriUNG CHECKUP. Minor! ^repairs and adjusfmcnls TODAY will prevent c.vpcnsivc over-| | hauls tomorrow. Tel «M PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Acthorbed Ford Dealer itb * Wilnnt I D.P.L14Cottonsee r d 1 3/32 to 1 I/a Inch Staple ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See EARL MAGERS Dell, Ark. Phone 635 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Oiir flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to pleiw ut c^r exnert designers help you with your floral needs " "*" SHOP Ph 1.1 F-T ^' 8 * rri< * V« IMUver Anywhere n..«l Mra. J. M. (M..) WlllUimi, owner olencoe DON EDWARDS \ -The Tnewnter MMT ROTAL, BMTTH. OOBONA, AND KKMINaTOn POBTABIJ i X f E WtU i JKKfl tu H. tofl trrKan raom tva Tnwwictlon Hurt B« fl««sfMtoij> Services Washing nnd ironing. Cmlnins wnslietl nnd strclclicrt. 21C W. D.i- vis. 2fl-|)k-23 BETTER DRY CLEANING 'because it's done, by expert workmen with modern equipment. «IS HOUR SERVICE ON MOST GARMENTS. Dye work nnd alterations. Call 2(112 for service. HUDSON CLEAN- ER-HATTEH-CrOTHIER. 10-ck-lO l«t us sharpen nnd repair your lawn mower new ami avoid the rush. BIyttievllle Machine Shop. ^ ^__ _^ck-U G Sons Hold Commissions MELROSE. Mass. (UP) — City Solicitor Frank j. Sheritwn and Ill's wife, \vlio recently cclehrnlcd their golden wedding nnniversnry, Imve' six sons in the armed services— and !i)J of them are commissioned officers, as follows: Rear Admirnl Forrest P. Sliorw.aii, Lt. Col.'Prank j. Jr., u. Col. Paul D., Lt. Comdr. Kenneth I;.. Maj. Edward, Navy Lt. Ernest L. Read Conner News Wnnt Ads """WWWV^v^.s*v Political Announcements Trie Courier News has bsen authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary In August: STATE REPRESENTATIVE ALENE WOKD (for re-election, Dlst. No. 2) W. J. WUNDERLICH (for re-election, Dlst. No. 1) J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election, Dlst. No. 3) LUCIEN E. COLBMAN (Dist, No. 4) SHERIFF AND COLLECTOK HALE JACKSON <for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKECT) STOUT MISS DELLA PURTLE COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) CIRCiriT COURT Cf.ERK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR * BOB ' QUEENB OSCAR ALEXANDER J0» w«nt to »B Booii SEU, US THE FUBNTTURE KOD ABB NOT USING !» eutil Abo llb«nl Irnde-iB albmaec t<a ili (Brnltore'tn new. Alrin Hirdy Fpni. Co, Ml K. Main not* mi ACTRESS .\ni\rtr to I'rfvluilK I'luxlf UOKIZONTAIi 3 Sweet potnlo •I Kosleiici' screen acliMS 5 And (halln) 10 Perform (i Band 13 Huge VAimoy 14 simplicity , a Bones !5Ksh eggs • 9 Xenon 10 Mother (symbol) H 17 Hen proiUicls 10 Skill ® 18 Near 11 Company 19 IntcrnaUonal (nhur.) 31 4 8 Fat hers . <; 50 Employ '• ! 52Wingilkoiwrl' 53- •' U'uui,; w. u» iivy ..-.,- 23 Tellurium Vi 33 Decay «» 0lt '7 m (symbol) 4 M Narrow inlet 65 RoaU"ii)) -KAr 'i 1T SJX> «gSK,' h *n °°|S lva ' lln : ^^ 1 «rd re ic!SSS£S ln "* e f.M lU ' S7 ren? lllll! : «,.iieii<l 20 Native mclal -(I Grain • - ((ibbr ) ; VI 'rti^fn 22 Donkey 45 Measure of 58 Wench (abte.) 3.1...,dicato 2.1 From, wnlcj 1 men 59noii B li lav.i 15Occ-ln r^b • 1 w fl osscsscs ''S? 1 ' 0 " 1 Lnlw CO Musical note 3C Peruses «jj*wrnf><» "1' Upon fit Half on em .iff Animal $>; 42 Tavern "', •JSKnemy arjeiit 4! Paid nolico 45 Mimic 49 Id esl (abUr.) 50 Chaldean city 51 Downpour 54 Like 5G Dpnce step 58 She is a slar .„ 5flLove 62 iiigh card C3 Harvest 54 Species of ' poplar 1 Egypt (abbr.) 2 Lons; Island fabhr.1 Mr. COTTON FARMER: ' PLANTING SEED! > N. Hwy. fil $5 Per 100 pound bag RER TQp GIN 1'lione 2M2 E.H.FQRD, General Agent, National Equity Life Insurance Co, '•• ' , Telephone 3185 Mafpupin Seed Soybeans Gcrniinn(loi> Average %%•&% R. D. HUGHES GIN CO. South PLUMBING and Hoofing Service JESSE PROVINCE I27 % H. Vine 'Miimo 2719 Furniture Co. 120 f; Main l)!»l m\ l Vfca raraltnre. Also you cmi (rude your old FurnU tare lu oil new. Every typo heel la repaired or attached here— tho work is tlono liorfectly, reasonably - and, ,^,, u , ^. Jl _ you wish, while ion wait. Com- plcto Hlioo Hcj>nlr Scrvlco here, .Hfl..LTeRS QUflLITYJSHOe SHOP I?l# I N v S'-T. SEED and FEED Corripleto Lino of Field Seeds. "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL EUythevilie. Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 or 857 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may he niiniiiR ynnr property. Cull me for oliedi-up wiUioiil cost or oblifjiillon. IIATS, MICK' Mil) itOACIl OON GUAUANTl'JUI) WOHK H, C. BLANKENSHJP SOD K. Kentucky •" A *'' Phone 23JO Hy V. T. HAMLIN SOON AS I -TY<XJ KNOW, I \WEU,p<Wr COUNTS SOME \ THINK. 1'Ll- ) ME.' I'VE HAO HW6S TO&ETHER I TAKE A MAMD / ENOU6H PROBABLY A ^ IN TUB OEAlX. AEOUMD m i^LL.: fllCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS feS B - '^JROM..' VAFTER sou WENTTC . A LICEMSE pure, LEFf BEHIND/ IS WE ONLV Tim Plnys S.'ifc u'Ju'sf .JAIT "TILL ,., DUCHESS RETURNS DUT tl-IAT \\'ON'T GET u5 OUT OF "VhtlS CEILAR-- &NRRED FROf\ OUT51J3E WASH TUBES . IJy LESLIE TURNER PHOT (VOUMDED, ' CAfrAlNEASyATTHE , IMON'rCQtiE TEIL 'EM WEU .1 ... MW PUSH US TO REACH THE FtELD AS OME EMSINE IS PAMA6ED AND WE'RE LOSIM6 BOOT8 AND HER UUDDIEtJ By EDGAR MARTIN f^^^^mm Iwiff 1 ^.^ %^ ! HH>i •ow -. ._,..„-P vuyxovi^ a— -rr 1 ^ s ^^^mct 1 . •7 'f/T. & ^TRK^ LOYf CHEVRQlit COMPANY Phon* 579 ARE THE BEST USED CAR VALUES Enjoy 1st CLASS motoring with one of our 1st CLASS USED CARS ' CARLOAPS OF LATE M Q D E L S,; have just arrived from Eastern Markets," "'• CHOOSE YOU RS NOW/ HKDANivrn: j, IMl DUICK SKDANF.TTK. ?• 11)11 IHJ1(!K-1 1KH)R SUDAN. „ 1.111 I'ON'flAC 4 UOOK S1JMAN. Iflll NASH •! DOOR SUDAN, ' 1911 OllltVST.F.Il 4 DOOR Sn>.\N. , 1810 DcSjOTO. COIU'E. ' inn oi.Dsiioini.i: .1 DOOII : (mill Get ynur ear rcacjy for (ho open roatl lo whj/ ovci- highways lo let you oiijoy your summer weekends. Forgot about car troublg — you wpji't have any ' after a Loy Eiqh c)icck-up.' .'•We ••don't nuis • Motor tuneup • Oil changed <| Expert greasing • Adjust carburetor LOY COMPAY OPEN DAY and NITE

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