The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1944 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, APUIL 27, 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Minimum Charge «„. 1 time per Une.. ............ ,i: a timo a per uno per'da;::;:;;;:^ I 8 times per line per <jgy £ 6 tlmej per line pVr day I;"" ?o 12 ttaes per line per d^'" K JiMonth per Une:?.... ". ... We W^ ordered lor three or »U Urnej !" V OJ>P / d ^^ "Pinion wui tL 2 8ed im tho numb « <>« times UU made PPeare(1 ^ »»«" , * ll ... clMSI 'i« Aflvmuung copy w* 1, by per£ona '"''A °ut- ™,i S ! J he clty must fe e accom- I P auled by cash. Rates may be eaS- lly computed from the above ta I Advertising ordered for to£to [insertions takes the one time rate. For Sale BLYTIIBVILLB, (ARK,)]'COURIER NEWS One John Deere H. tractor, starter and lights. Power lilt, complete with cultivator, planter, plow, harrow'. M. breaking plow, Outfit like new. Ellis imp. Co. 25-pk-i'J For Sale IDPL 14 a,,d Stoneville 2D cotton 1 seed. Also Arksoy Soybeans 2D13 Hiram Wylie, Plionc 2420. 22-pk-29 I Nice lot of young mlleh eoals~fi : esh 1 and ready for sale. Price right Far good health and better milk' buy a goat. M. L. Nichols, Nichols Barbershop, 218 E. Main. 26pk-7 I Registered Duioc sow, 4 pigs cieht 1 weeks. $75. H. R. Edington', Hcr- monilnle. Mo. 2C-pk-30 lHartcy-Daviilson motorcycle good condition, new tires. Bargain if sold this week. May be seen nt side door, Courier News building between seven and nine p m I Table model Electric Radios at The Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. 27-pk-27 jjot air furnace. Rurns coal. ,arge enough for fi or 8 room house. Used very little. Tom Little Realty Co. 17-ck-tf |Don'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 •steel watering troughs,'any size— ISteel Pressure Tanks— [Steel Culvert, Any Size— Qood Used Small Steam Boilers— Steel Oil Drums & Garbage Cans- Good Used Lawn Mowers— •New Electric Motors, Any Slzfi— T BLYTHEVILL MACHINE SHOP 207 S. Second 3-15-ck-tf iTable and Console RADIOS. Eleclric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. 7-ck-7 IStatc Certified, Ceresan- treated Deltapine 12 cottonseed, $5.00—100 Ibs. $30.0(1 Ton. Ualsoy soybeans, Certified : $3.25 bn. Not Cert. $2.75 bu. Tenn, and Dortcli hybrid corn. Will trade 2 bu. our treated for 3 bu. your untreated cottonseed. Burdette Plantation, Burdclte. 10-ck-lO Dtiroc Fall Boars. Sired by champions out of my top sows. Priced reasonable. J. C. Buchanan, farm located 2'/ 2 miles west on Hwy. 13. Phone 578 or 3335. 6-ck-G 2-story brick building. Living quarters upstairs. New Auto Parts store downstairs including stock. 50 foot vacant corner lot adjoining building. Complete vulcanizing equipment for tires and lubes including 5 1-2 H.P steam boiler, 1 new new 1 j-a H.P. compressor, 1 used 1-2 H.P. Compressor. 138 E Main. 25-ck-3 For Sale Automatic water Healer. Uubbard Furniture Co. 25-ck-a Phllco Eleclric Cabinet llaillo. Hub- Ixird Furniture Co. 25-ck-3 1040 IIuds«n 4 door sedtin. Radio, heater, good rubber.. Will sell or trade for city property. Owner going into service. C. J. Umsford, 1501 W. Main. 25-|)k-2 1938 Chevrolet coupe. In good condition, new motor. 1517 West Ash. 25-pk-28 Venetian Shades. We are again taking orders for Venetian Shades. Hubbard Furniture Co. 2Cck3 The C. S. Slovens home a I 901 W. Ash Si. 2 story house, <l lied rooms and 2 Iwlii.s, Upstairs .healed with G. K. hot air, also has large at lie fan for summer. Located on corner luf 100 ft. on Ash, Jot 200 feel dee]). Lots of shrubbery in yard. If you are interested in home worth the money, don't, miss this buy. Terms can be arranged. Shown by appointment only. TOM UTTLrC UEAl/l'Y CO. 25-pk-28 3 acres on highway 2 miles from Paragould, Ark. 4 room house. Solid foundation Price $1100. 120 acres in Greene county. Fenced. 80 acres rolling, 40 acres bottom land. 100 acres in cultivation. 20 acres timber. 4 room bungalow. Good barn, cellar, garage and poultry house. Well and 2 ponds. 1-2 mile to mail route and bus line. Price $4500. 200 acres pasture land. On gravel road, old house and 3 barns. Spring water. Price $2500. •10 acres near Paragould, 20 acres cleared. Small orchard. 3 room house and barn. Price $GSO. Tpnns. 40 acres upland near Paragould. 20 acres in cultivation. 8 acres woods. 12 acres pasture. Woven wire fence. Home orchard, 3 room house and small barn. Price $850. IF THE FARM YOU WANT IS NOT HERE SEE US—WE HAVE SEVERAL OTHERS. J. C. Chapin, Manila, Ark. 2G-pk-29 Early Gulf State tomato plants, 35c per dozen. Cheaper by the hundred. Sharpe's Place, 220-1 Chickasawba Ave., phone 3157. 14-pk28 13 ft. truck body with high sides. Can be used, to haul livestock. Can use on eilh er Ford or Chevrolet truck Tom Litfle Realty Co. 17-ck-tf A 40 and an 80 aero tracts of Real Cotton, corn and Alfalfa land in Mllllgan Hidge vicinity, 7 mllos southwest Manllti. Good roads school bus, man rotilc, electricity' »12j per acre, 30 per cent ciish, [nil. 10 or 'Jo years 5 per cent interest, li. A. Asluiuranuer. Manila, Ark. ai-pk-28 Upright piano in good condition. ^Phoiie 2!)25. 27-pk-3C ' fwo door 1936 Ford Sedim. Good condition. Magnolia Station Corner of Chlckasawba niul Highway "I- 27-pk-30 Large office safe in perfect condition. Has inside vault with lock, Tom Little Co. 17-ck-tC For Kent Two bcdroiHiis adjoining bath. 123 E. Kentucky. I'iione M'27 27pklJ 80 acres of land !ie~]ilyi"lwviilc". Will set up and finance party will suirielent lalxir. E. li. Cite Cotloi Co., Plione 2020. 21-ck-4 ACTRESS ' Amui-> |n l'ir,l,,,,» r»//l e ' I101UXOXTAL l,- r > I'iotureil movie slnr 12 Diner Two bedrooms convenient lo l)i>iu Cll \V. Main. I'lione 332C>. 27-i>k- Jtelroom for two in modern home" Plionc 3355. 24-pk-28 Front hcdi-uoiu with private cn- Iriince. Mrs. Sisk. 209 W. Kentucky. 27-pk-! Comfortable bedroom. Southwest corner of 10th and Chickasawba Plionc 2413. 4ilQ-ck-tf fiooms for men. Harry Atkins. 4]18-pk-5)18 Several farms, Size, 40 acres to 100 acres. Also, need several sharecrop families. E. B. Gee Cotton Co., niylhevlllc, Arkansas, and Marslon, Missouri. H-ck-2( Bedroom. Phone 2003 otter 0. 4-pk-7 Office In Ingraus Building. Inquire at the Pnrkhurst Co, ll-30-ck-tl Bedrooms for rent with kitchen privileges and nmtd service. Phone 2133, 19-ck-tl ~~— •~^~~*~~* n -f^*~*~^^r~~. Help Wanted Reliable, active man or lady to collect on 150 monthly net-omits on liberal basis. Bond required. Write Periodical Publishers' Service Bur 1033 Starks BldB., Ixnusviilc 2, Ky" 25-ck-29 Seamstresses and checkers. Apply Hudson Tailor Sliop. 28-ck-t"f Experienced cooks and waitresses Apply Hotel Noble. 16-ck-tt The modern Oxford Bible is said to lie the only book in the worlc that tioes not contain a typographical error. Personal Free ride to woman to Corpus Cliris. ti. Texas, to drive service man's '-wife home. RcTe'renccs exchanged 1517 West Ash. 25-pk-2B To 'Rent 3erttfled cabbage planti, free from yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds of flower plants and seeds. Heaton's Home ol FIower-3. Davis Avenue nt Franklin. 3-2-ck-tt i All Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up' Maintain your car for the duration with our thorough 'Tro-J tcctive Service" and avoid damage and destruction at vital parts | hard to replace. * CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM * CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS * TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR I'Come in NOW for our SPECIAL SPRING CHECKUP. Minor | j repairs and arijuslrocnis TODAY will prevent expensive ovcr- I Jiauls tomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel 45S 4uihor1«d Ford Dealer lib A Walcnl I D.P.L14Cottonsee r d 1 3/32 to ll/s Inch Staple ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See EARL MAGERS Dell, Ark. Phone 635 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, SHOP DON EDWARDS The TrKwrtttr K*m" RQTAI^ BMTTH. CORONA, AND BKMXNGTOH TOBTABU .lit N. tod BTRETT PHni™ nn .(Ever? Tr»a»ct!on Kurt St Furnished apt. or small furnished house from June 15 to Sept. 1st Will pay reasonable. Service couple. No children. Box If-4, Courier News. 25-pk-5-2 Services BETTER DRY CLEANING because it's done by expert workmen with modern equipment. <I8 HOUR SERVICE ON MOST GARMENTS. Dye work and alterations, Call 2H12 for service. HUDSON CLEAN- ER-HATTKR-CI.OTHIKR. 10-ck-lO Let us sharpen and repair your lawn mower now and avoid the rush. Blythevilie Machine Shop ___ Wanted to Buy Two nictol clothes lockers, standard size. Call C. B. Kellinger. phone • >V2 - 25-ck-28 1 Power lift for F-30 Farmall and 2 sew of cultivators for P-20 Farm- all. Lee Wilson Co., Armorel. Pho 2 °08. I0-ck-tf Corn, and buy, top prices paid. Blythevillt Grain & Elevator Co. 8-ck-lf Will pay cash for 510,000 worth of good rjsetl furniture. Waclc Furniture Co. fill pay 20c per rtoz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Tourid T«-o ladies' blouses. Owner may have same by calling at the Courier News and paying for this ad 27-ck-dh Small coin purse. Contnlnlni; money Owner plionc 889 and identify 25-.PM8 For Sale or Trade 15 Type of moll) 1C Street {nbbr) 17 KU'olcra 19 Greek letter 20nnlenri:m . ': coin 21 Number 23 Lamprey 25 Railroad <>ibbr.) 2G Kra 27 Shred 29 AlfaM (Scot.) 3! Com in and 33 Krioml (I'r.) 35 Poker slake 37 Mult drinks .TO Helps 39 Notion 41 Frozen water 42 Everything 4.1 Mast 48 Town rd BO Over (coutr.) 52 Bustle Kl Mimic M Perish 57 Babylonian deity 58 Canvas shcller CO Hinder 112 Grntled (her.) 03 E<tgcs VERTICAL 1 Jokes 2 Made of oals 3 Near •t llurn 5 Baronet (abbr.) 0 Pillar 7 Persian toilmalcor U Nervous '. tM)oelor of ' Science (abbr.) lOKnilhfiil 11 Sweetheart 13 Uinno 'nii.ibi-. ) 8 Color 20 Roy 22 Symbol ror nickel ,-fe 2-1 Music nolo . « Revoke a i 28 Imlo-Kiito- Icgncy ;os noau la-v.iwgc 47 Bellow.': ; ! " SOAmbory 49 Unclosed i. i «i 1 ' 01 l>rcls i 51 Qisciicimil'er > ,i!! lim *' S-HiiUojiiolosy ,) Ju riLslcnod (abbr.) willi nailr. no'Kvor (conlr,) 401,ell river D9 Symbol (or «Heliold! . tellurium 45 Parent ' ci P.ilm Illy ~ E. H. FORD, General Agent, National Equity Lifo Insurance Co. Telephone) 3185 Macoupin Seed Soybeans Germination Average 88^5 % R. D. HUGHES GIN CO. South Hroailwny—niyluovlllfl PLUMBING and Heating Service JESSE PROVINCE 137 K. Vino '2710 Dofoo Furniture Co. no V.. Main Dial 3MI Wnntcdt D«Pd rurnlturt.. Alao you can trnile your olil Furniture In on now. Rvcry type heel la rcnnlrct) or attached here—, tlio vioik Is clone iwrfectly, rcu- Bonnbly - und, lf j,-,-. ll: .-.-----ujj you wish, wmlo.yoii" wiilt.'com- pluto Shoo Repair Service hero, A. Brooks, iimiizcs her 13 eriindchlUlreii, IB Ercat-graudchll- dren and llirce grent-ercnt-graiul- children by cooking all her own There were 4,837,000 milk cmv, oili LI. s. farms In HMO coiuiwred with ac.94l).00n Imlny. Genuine Oliver PARTS & EQUIPMENT Combines - Disc Harrows • Hay Rakes - Walkine Plows - Planters - etc. HARRS^flN AUTO PARTS nHnni^un & GARAGE Eipert Auto Repair Work 517 W ' Ash Phone 2552 Complete Lino of Field Seeds, "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL Blythevilie Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. .Phono 856 or 857 NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may he r«inin K your property. Cull me for check-up without cost or uMltfnflon. HATS, MICE AND HOACII CONTIiOf, GUARANTKKI) WORK ? H. C. BLANKENSHIP K. Kentucky Pbon. MM F11CKLES AND HIS FRIENDS f • -^ ___ YOU'RE WEE ~K> GO. FRECKLES- WOU'RE A FINE FRIEND ' YOU I PI WE HAVE THE GUY WE WERE /-lie 75,,^i"^./^'^^.-.."^ L H. Good Evening, Hiichi By MERRILL BLOSSER :xtra. clean mil Special Deluxe Chevrolet Tudor, radio, heater, good tires. Call 838 after G p.m. 22-pk-29 Traffic Tirkel Comes Home DETROIT. (UP>—Hnrrv P Van Alter, who prints HID traffic viola- ion tickets that Defroit police land out. was qivcn one of his i calling cards the oilier dav. 'It's a very pretty ticket," Van Ater remarked lo the arresting officer. P.iticnl Soldier SPRINGFIELD. Mo. (UP-T- omeonc reported to police that a usplcioiis looking car was parked m a side street, officers hurried isht over. They discovered thai a soldier was awaiting for his buddy, who was telling his girl goodnight. WE GO ib TOO M'.' U LE TOLICE TKE FRFCKUS, AND . WHO DID YOU LEND ir TO? YOU WERE THE- USIMG HIS CAR .' r J F.'.ME PAL [THE CAR. HR Sees I lie F. Ry FRED RAHMAN STELLA SODEAWAK WilHAv BROKEN 1 CAN ONLY CRA\\1L TO THE CE.LLAR , WASH TUBBS I!y I,RSI,II5 TURNER I FEEL ukEraBsrtT; yoaoro A X THOSE says w A KID WHO'S \SVJELL J08|M BR1H&IH4 I THE ASC.WILl HAVE BROUGHT THE HEKIHATAUV,AWP / TKi6 BA9VBACK FAMILVCARIU I NOT HUBTIM6 AWCHt' AU SMASHED A^^,^^^ A FEW PAYS Uf?SUH, ~ •£LSS3!ite&fm$i BOOTS ANB HER MUDDIES Ily EDGAR MARTIN CHEVROLET Phone 578 OUR SUCCESS DEPENDS UPON YOUR HUENDSHIP IS MAKt A FRIEND OF, YOU SEtUNG YOU OHE OF OUR Our recent shipment from Eastern market* have brought our s$ock of Used Cars to the most complete selection between Memphis ant St. Louis, PACKARDS, BU1CKS, CHEVROLETS, FORDS DODGES, PLYMOUTHS, PONTIACS, MERCURYS, OLDSMOBILES— SEDANS, COUPES, CONVERTIBLES,-1934 to 1942 MODELS. • Complete Lines of Nationally Advertised and Accessories HIGH, L07 f/CH CHEVROLET COMPANY OPEN DAY and N1TE-

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