The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 25, 1944
Page 7
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TUESDAY, APRIL 25, IM4 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION D&llv rflf-A T«ii- lit-.« j J Daily rate uer line <or coiuecu- |ve Insertions: Tunimum Charge .... ./,time p«r line... ig<J times per line per day""".['.is,) J times per line wr day to I times per line per day • 7r Jj times per line per toy'.'.'.'," fe l^lonth per line 80o s ordered for three or six times ;«h B «, rf t( J before ex P lr atlon will _} charged for tho number of times we ad appeared and adjustment of f 11 made, Aavenmng copy iibtnltted by persons residing out- l? 6 . ° f . «'* city must be accom- •tnled by cash. Rates may be east^ m ^ A trom the above table. I Advertising ordered for Irregular Iswtions takes the one time rate. INo responsibility will be taken >r more tlian one Incorrect ln»er- ad. i~u— For Sale loal or wood range-. 317 N. BronJI • way or Mill 3906. 21-pk-20 llncc houses with running water °«rod on corner lots lu town I Write Clyde Lloyd, Box 660, III i |l31ythevllle. 19-pk-2« 111) Model Ford with new tires In good: condition. $1000. Will sell or I trade fur gravel truck. See Pcle | Wells at C. 13. Wooils, Osccola. |PL 14 and Stoneville 2B cotton I seed. Also Arksoy Soybeans 2913 | Hiram Wyllc, Phone 2KB. 22-pk-29 liibblts, Anesl breeding stock. New 1 Zealand Whites and Reds. 720 W | Ash Street, Phone 2950 or 3135. 19-uk-2G labie model Electric Radios at The ^ Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. 27-pk-27 Jot air furnace. Burns coal. t irge enough for G or 8 oni house. Used very little. Tom Tattle Rcaltv Co- 17-ck-lf •on't overlook our clearance values Ion 4 piece bedroom suites with I twin beds. Now 49.50—were 7950 [Torn Little Hardware Co. 3-16-ck-tf • eel watering troughs, any size— I eel Pressure Tanks— leel culvert. Any Size— lood Used Small Steam Boilers— leel Oil Drums & Garbage Cans— Jood .psed Lawn Mowers— lew Electric Motors, Any Size— IJLYTHEVILL MACHINK SHOP 207 S. Second 3-I5-ck-tf fable and Console RADIOS. I Electric, and battery. I HARDAWAY APPLIANCE j CO. Phone/2071. 7-ck-7 jtate Certified, Ceresan-treated I Deltapine 1.2 cottonseed, S5.00—100 libs. $90.00 Ton. Ralsoy soybeans I Certified $3.25 bn. Not Cert. $2.75 I bu. Tenn: and Dcrtch hybrid corn. I Will trade 2 uu. our treated for 3 Ibn. your untreated cottonseed. |Burdette Plantation, Burdette. • 10-ck-lO dstercd Duroc Fall Hoars, flpred by champions out of my top sows. Priced reasonable. J. C. Duchanan, farm located 2'/ z miles west on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. G-ck-6 For Sale One John Deere H. tractor, starter and lights. Power lift,- complete will) cultivator, planter, plow, harrow. M. breaking plow. Outfit like new. Hills Imp. Co. 25-pk-K) 2-story to-ick building. Living quarters upstairs. New Auto Parts store downstairs including stock. 60 foot vacant comer lot adjoining building. Complete vulcanizing equipment for tires and tubes Including 5 1-2 H.P steam boiler 1 new new J 1-2 H.P. compressor, 1 used 1-2 H.P. Compressor. 138 E _"»!»•__ . 25-ck-3 New Galvanized nirnl mailboxes' Dealers, Tom Little Hclw. Co, Montgomery Ward, Made in Osco- ola by iiolly '!'. wilkey. Automatic Water Healer. Huljbard Furniture Co. 25-ck-ii Harley-Davidson motorcycle, good condition, new tires. Bargain if sold this week. May be seen at side door, Courier News bulldlni; between seven nnd nine p. m. Used icebox in good condition. Pho. W-l. 24-ck-27 Pliilco Electric Cabinet Radio, llub- biird Pumitiirc Co. 25-ck-3 1940 Hudson 4 door sedan. Radio, heater, good rubber, will sell or trade for city property. Owner KQing into service. C. J. Luasford 1501 W, Main. 25-|>k-2 1938 Chevrolet, coupe. In good condition, new motor. 1511 West Ash. 2S-pk-28 Two 3x12 nigs In perfect condition. Phone 2747. 25-ckl2D Pour room modern Imngalo on Easl Rose Street. Apply «t 310 South Franklin. 22-ck-2(i Venetian Shades. We arc again taking orders for Venetian Shades. Ilubbard Furniture Co. 25ck3 One milch cow, giving more than 3 1-2 gallons per day. $100 cash. R. C. Hunt, Farmers'Gin yard. 22-pk-27 A 40 and an 80.acre tracts of Real Cotton, Corn and Alfalfa land in Milllgan Uidgc vicinity, 7 miles southwest Manila. Good roads, school bus, mail route, electricity. S125 per acre, 30 per cent cash, ual. 10 or 20 years ft per cent Interest. H. A. Ashabrnrmer, Manila, Ark. 21-pk-28 Ford two door coach. 1937 model. 114 West Vine St. , 19-pk-2C 2 nice Ms near Walls Hospital, Terms. George M. Lee, phone 519. 20-ck-2T Large office safe in perfect condition. Has inside vault with lock. Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ck-U Early Gulf State tomato plants, 15c per dozen. Cheaper by the hundred. Shnrpe's Place, 2204 Chickasawba Ave., phone 3157. 14-pk2B 13 ft. truck" body ivith~hiEh sides. Can be used to haul livestock. Can use on either Ford or Chevrolet (ruck. Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ck-l.f Cotton planting seed. Stoneville 2 ami DPL 12. At Blythevllle Gin Co. 4-ck-l Certified caboage plantt, free from yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds of flower plants and seeds. Heaton's Home of Flowers. Davis Avenue at Franklin. a-2-ck-U Ail Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up' Maintain your car for Hie duration with our (horough "Protective Sen-ice" anil avoid ilanngc and destruction of vital parts hard to replace. , | * CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM if CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS * TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR jjjjome in NOW for our SPECIAL SPRING CHECKUP. Minor T/cpairs and adjustments TODAY will prevent expensive ovcr- Iianis tomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. ,TeL 4M AEthorbed Ford Dealer Ith A W*b»t D.P.LI 4 Cottonseed 1 3/32 to IVa InchSfopIe ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See EARL MAGERS Dell, Ark. Phone 635 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are al- V 1 nd B " W ?, r , k to K^«nt«d to please. Y^ITur e*A help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP « Mn. J. M. (M«e) w « owner Gle«« Bl< ( . DON EDWARDS "The Tyyewrller MM" ROTAL, BJCITH, OORONA, AND REaaTOOTOn POBTAM 11« K. tod ffrREBT rmni™ nn Traction Kurt B. - - - FH °** m For Sale 18W Model Ford 1-2 'ton pickup truck. Cnn be seen «t 308 North 25-j)k.27 Oil Plymouth, good tires. Can be seen at 325 Missouri. «-nk27 The C. S. Stevens home at 901 W. Ash St. 2 story house, -I bi'd ropms iind 2 baths. Upstairs heated with G. K. ho( air, also has Ini-jfu jiilic fan for summer. Located on corner lot 1()|) ft. on Ash, lot 200 feel dcc|i. l.tils- of shrubbery in yard. If you are interested in home worth (lie money, don'l miss this buy. Terms tan be arranged. Shown by appointment only. TOM hJTTI.K KKAI/1T CO. 25-i>k-28 For Kent ledrgom for two in modern home. Phone 335S. 21-pk-28 Hoom in private home. Steam lw;\t. Private teU'iihonc. 1 . Phone 284-1. Comfortable bedroom. Southwest comer ot loth :in<l Chlckusuwbu. Plione 2413. 411tl-ck-tf Ronms for men. Hurry Atkins. 411B-i>k-5|18 Bedroom. Electric water heater service. Phone 2037. 19-|*-2C Several farms, Size, 40 ncres to ICO acres. Also, need severnl .sharecrop families. E. B. Gee Cotton CO., niythcvllle. Arkansas, and Missouri. l-l-ck-28 Bedroom. Piioiie 2000 after fl. 4-pk-7 Ofllce in Ingram Building. Inquire at the Pnrklmrst Co. 11-30-ck-tf Bedrooms for rent wltli kitchen privileges and maid service. Phone Belt) Wanted Experienced combination alteration and saleslady. Musi, be nljlc to handle nil types ot alterations on inen'.s and women's apparel. Apply L. K. Hiii-warg, Osccola, Ark. 20-])k-21 Reliable, active man or lady to collect on ISO monthly accounts on literal basis. Bond required. Write Periodical Publishers' Service Bur 1035 Slnrks Uldts, Louisville 2, Ky. 25-ck-M Help Wanted: Colored men restaurant help. Cook $30. Dishwasher or Bus Boy $22.50. All snlnries paid weekly and include room am! )»anl. {Apply by letter). WEITZ CAPK, Morris, 111. 22-pk-21 Seamstresses and checkers. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 28-ck-tl Experienced cooks and waitresses 1 Apply Hotel Noble.- 16-ck-tI The modern Oxiorci Bible is said to be (lie only book in the world thai does not contain a typographical error. Personal Free ride (o woman to Corpus CHrls- ti. Texas, to drive service man's wife home. References exchanged. 1517 West Ash. 25-pk-28 Wanted To Eeht 3 or 4 nicely furnished rooms or G or 7 rooms unfurnished house. Must he in good nelghljorhood. Phone 274-1. 12-pfc-2C Furnished apt. or small furm'slied house fronl June 15 to Sept. 1st,. Will pay reasonable. Service couple. No children. Box H-4, Conr"""- 25-pk-5-2. Services BETTER DRY CLEANING because it's done by expert workmen with nindcrn equipment. 48 HOUR SERVICE ON MOST GARMENTS. Dye work and alterations. Call 2612 for service. HUDSON CLEANER-HATTER-CLOTHIER. 10-ck-lO Let us sharpen and repair your lawn mower now and avoid the rush. Blylhevllle Machine Shop. , ™^, 15-ck-U Wanted to Buy Two metal clothes lockers, standard size. Call c. B. KeUiiigcr. phone •" 2 - aj-ck-28 TYPEWRITER DESK Phone R. L. Sberrick Phone 2712 or 3135 19-j)k-26 1 Power lift for P-30 Kirmall and 2 sets of cultivators for P-20 Farni- pll. Lee Wilson Co., Armorel. Pho. 2 °88. 10-ck-tf Corn nnd hay, top prices paid. Blythevllle Grain & Elevator Co. 8-ck-tt Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furni- tnre. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20o per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. 'Found Small coin purse. Containing money, Owner phone 889 and Identify. For Sale or Tra'de Extra clean 1941 Spof.lM Deluxe Chevrolet Tnciar. radio, hcnter, good tires. Call 838 after B p.m. 22-pk-29 JBLYTOEVILLE, (ARK.); .COURIER NEWS I y:. PRESIDENT -^ HORIZONTAL 3 Nova Scolln 1 Pictured (abbr,) former U. S. 4 Cogniznnce president, 5 Conduct • « Needy 11 Whirlwind 12 Observe 13 Individual 14 Lett rlvw 15 East (Fr.) Amwor (0 VieVloni r«iiU ^o!f PAGE SEVEN' 17 Ho was Die - 's Hlh president 7 Hostelry 8 Ells Kngllsli <abbi'.> ^ 9 Soliclliute 1 31 Wood lOFiiLMllly A 82noynl o , IB Toward '<4 V Of Surgeons 0 " 48 Tratisporln- 18 Foot digit v (abbr.) . tion chsrKc It) Chnrgctl atom 33 Light Ii]io«i{ ' - - - 'v.^i - sodium ty<ij 32 Hoynl College •)? Sloth «\* rtA i^'.r; . '« v-iunji^u uiyMi «" »^iti«u unoci^ *1&Concludes 20 nittev vi-lch 20 Cloth mcosurc 31 Salt 5, Seat "o nj,ar|. 21 Holt 22Gtrohln 8 35 Dutch cliy' -neiil In T 24 Agriculturists SS Afraid (Scot,) "hureli -S 2<J.French river 43Sr<ptcnt ' 28Ooddess . 44 Important 55 Italian river 29 llwullmid J we'al 07 Symbol for 30 Moi-fet *« 45 Symbol for • samarium 17 2li Portal 21 Vanish S5 Like- 27 Half- em 28 Symbol for calcium 20 Applauder (slang) 33 Move succinct 37 Polar 38 Fleet .19 Spots •10 Pared •11 Compass point •12 Senior (abbv.« •13 Warble 'iti Out, of danger r.O Constellntlon M John (Gaelic) 51 Proceed 55 Hebrew Idler 5<> Bono 5(1 Head (oblir.) 59 13 pst ow GO Uncovers 1 Knomies 1. PoiKO Lost or Strayed Urown mllcli coat, with liHintccl horns. •I'ralllni; long rope. Phone 3250. M-ck-28 Approximately 100;tons• ot .tin were saved (luring 1043 by (Milting Ihe tin conlcni of tuljcs for tootb- pnste and uliavlng ciciiin. El H. FORD, General Agent, National Equity Life Insurance Co. Telephone 3185 Macoupin Seed Soybeans Gcrmlnntloii Average 88.5% R. D> HUGHES GIN CO. South PLUMBING and Heating Service JESSE PROVINCE 127 E. VliH! 1'Uono 2718 Defoe Furniture Co. 128 K, Muln Dial K'tl W»nl*di IJneil Parnltore. Also yon can trade your old Funii- lare In on new, Every typo heel Is repaired ori attached Iier3—| llio work is done perfectly, rca-1 Hjwtlily - and, if] yon wish, whllo you watt." Complete Shoo Ucpnlr (Jcrvlco her*. •HWLTCRS QUfl'LITV SHOC SHOP ;«2i : W;- M«»N- ST. Mr. COTTON FARMER: Don'! lake a chance when you can huy GRADED 1)101,INTO!) and CKKESAN TUKATED ' PLANTING SEED! Ail of oiir seed is fii'sl'ycar from peiliprccd Hloncvillc 215 ami DI'L M. $5 Per 100 pound bag RED TOP GIN N. Hwy. 61 I'lmiic 2M2 SEED an Complete Lino of Field Seeds. "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 or 857 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Tcrmilcsjnny [>c ruining your property. Cull me for check-up without cost or obligation. RATH, MICK AND HOA01! CONTKOIi GUARANTEE!) WORK 303 K. Kentucky H. C. BLANKENSHIP Flitme 23M ALLEY OOP You Said It, OOp Hv V, T. HAMLJN 0KA.V, OKtt, MV FOOT 1 OOP/ JUST A y REMEMBER WWA1 I'LL BET QUEEN HIPPOLVTA WOUlCWflUN-MAGICtf BB "ippv ABOUT /TMW THING: DISPOSAL \PAfkEOPLEW7V OF UliR (JN-KW5IC 7 MA61C.UEMMS GtRPtEl ^ TELL VOL); VO.SlR, . . T 'HSCK vVIl BOOM AND ME 1 OL BOOM <• MIXEP DACVC 'NTO <IMS ^ : SOLOMON'S / 5 TROUBLE'5 v HAMD MAN A TIME 1 HAP WITH 'IM ABOUT 1A.<yC BELTf PHOOEy flKKLES AND HIS FRIENDS M4W ; ]WELL,I DIDM'r DOAMVTKIMG.' I TrilS IS VERY /WAS IN BED AND UST&JIN& TO SEROUS/ /A PADlO COl^ECVAM /* WHEW IT HAPPENED' /CAW VOU PROVE THAI 7 YES, SIR,'ONE GUV SAID -"OH, OUST STCP ASIDE AND |T WONT EVE M TOUCH you/ 19 NO LAUGHING MATTER ( Tack Does 11 OH-O-fAY^ LEG-' J HELP-- STEUA? WASH TUBES Hold You!- Hats WE'RE &6m nj'eAREi'y REACH THE FIELP.CAPrAIWEASV.' I POH'T ENVf you KAVIN6TOIMAKE THIS LANDING! Hy LESLIE TURNBB TO CONTROL 5PEEO WE'RE PROPPING PlENrj WITH HALF OUR I FA-ST. „ H E CA M'T SLOW DOWN STAB1UZER 1 WUCH W LAND (3R W&'P AUD ElEVATOR \ DROP TOO FAST-AMP <30WE!5tJR6 ir MAYBE A ! y^RE SURE m \B LASHED PCWN SECUREtV OVER THOSE MAIL SACKS? SEEffMr THE OTHERS ARE SRACEP FOR THE SHOCK! WOTS AND HER BUDDIES Unnecessary Advice By EDGAR MARTIN VOO NiO W\VV\t W MJOliVCD VOLin tYFc, OPEN! ~Tf ^00%, MS) Stt WftKV H ;V LOY.EICM CHEVROLET COMPANY Phone 578 Ui/r ** (MSSlA UsedCa/s ARE THE BEST USED CAR VALUES En/oy 1st CLASS motoring with one of our 1st CLASS USED CARS 3 CARLOADS OF LATE MODELS have just arrived from Eastern Markets CHOOSF YOURS NOW.'-™ 1941 IHIICK SKDANETTn. IDll.lHIIOK 4 HOOK 8f.l»A\. 194! rONTIAO 4 TJOOH SEDAN. tail NASH 1 DOOIl SGIMN. ion oiiitvsr.Kit 4 uobn SIMIAN. IU1D DcKOTO COUI'K. tQII Ol.DRMOIIII.K 4 DOOR (imil Jiwny iillirr.1 Get yotiv car .ready for (Jie open road., to \vlii^ over highways to let you enjoy your summer weekends. Forget about , cfti- trouble — yon won't any after ji Loy.iEich check-up. We iIonM " miss , , f Anything! - • ,;> • Motor tune-up • Oi/ changed , ..,; • Expert greasing • Adjust carburetor LOY EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY OPEN DAY and NITE

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