The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1944 · Page 5
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MONDAY, MAY 1, 1944 BLYTHEVIU'E, '(ARK,); .COURIER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION . bally rate ner line icr consecutive Insertions: ' Minimum charg* (Do l.tirae per line llo a times per line per day., 12o I times per line per day tc 8 times per line per day.., 7o 12 time* per line per day 60 1 Month per line Wo * ordered for thrw or elx times stopped before expiration will charged for tha number'of times the ad appeared and adjustment ot bill made. .All Classified Aaverusmg copy submitted by persona resfdlng outside of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered fir Irregular Insertions takes the one thrie rate No responsibility will b» taken lor more than one Incorrect Inier- of any classined ad. For Sale For Sale 3 Registered Hereford yearling bulls. E. E, Hamlett, Cooler Mo. 2pk5 Red Cocker Spaniel pup. Call Wade Qulnn, Osceola. 29-pk-C Private owner has extra clean 1941 Chevrolet Special Deluxe Tudor. Good llres, radio, heater. Call 3131. lpk-7 For Rent. Rooms and furnished apartment. 401 East Ash and Lily St. 29pk5-C Bedroom, absolute privacy. Call 2B9t between 3 and 1 p. in. Couple preferred. l-pk-4 SCREEN ACTOR Nicely furnished 3 or 1 room apartment. Phone 2744, l-pk-7 Residence nt 708 W. Main. Cash or terms. Mrs. Ralph Sloan, Jones- horo, Ark. 29pk 5-G Five room House with lights and water. Also garage business building on lot 100 ft square at Kelser, Ark. If Interested see Floyd Aus- lln, Gateway Service Station, Blytlicvllle. 28pk5-5 2-story brick building. Living t\u: ters upstairs. New Auto Parts store downstairs Including stock. 50 foot vacant corner lot adjoin Ing building. Complete vulcanizing equipment for ttrcs and tubes including 5 1-2 H.P steam boiler, 1 new new 1 1-2 H.P. compressor, 1 used 1-2 H.P. Compressor. 138 E Main. 25-ck-3 Brick building on 'Railroad Street now occupied by the Midwest Dairy Company. Possession May 1st., for'particulars call Arkansas Grocer Company. 29-ck-3 iomfoiinblc bedroom, adjoining bath. Idn Walmit. Pltonc 251G. 2Btf Bedroom, adjoining b'nlli. 1221 West Ash, Phone 22-18. S8nk5-3 Complete furnishings for six room . .'household. Mrs. Clara Jones, 121 ^Jamison. 29-yk-3 Nearly -new five burner oil stove. Gasoline Maytag motor, 805 \Lake. . • .,29-pk-G I Ann Arbor pickup hay baler, i side delivery rake, both in good condition. D. R. Garner, 3 miles northeast Armorel. 4-28pk-5-7 Automatic Water Heater. Hubbnti Furniture Co. 25-ck-3 E'lillco Electric Cabinet nadlo. Hubbard Furniture Co. 25-ck-3 Nice lot of young milch goats, fresh i and ready for sale. Price right. . For eooil health and better milk, buy n goat. M. L. Nichols, Nichols Barber Shop, 218 E. Main. 2Gpk-7 American Adding Machine, Monarch Typewriter, mirrored hall tree, an- ll(iue furnilure, model studio, 414 West Main. 28pk5-2 1940 Hudson ,4 door sedan. Radio heater, good rubber. Will sell o trade for city property. Ownc going Into service. 0. J. Lunsford 1501 W. Main. 25-pk-: Venetian Shades. We are again tak Ing orders for Venetian Shade? Hubbard Furnilure Co. 25ck iedroom with Plume 2180. kitchen privileges^ l-pk-4 ttractlvc bedroom, adjoining bath. Phone 331C, 1125 IJenrn. 20pk3 • 2 Belonging l« him 3 Perlnlnini) to , wings 4 Behold! Bedroom for business girls or couple. Plione 2514 23-pk-5-5 Two bedrooms adjoining bath. 123 K. Kentucky. Plione 3327 27pkl2 80 acres of land near Blylhcvllle. Will set up and finance party with sufficient labor. E. 13. Gee Cotton Co., Phone 2020. 27-ck-1 Two bedrooms convenient to bath. Oil W. Main. Phone 3325. 27-pk-4 Front' bedroom with private entrance. Mrs. Sisk. 203 W. Kentucky. , 27-pk-4 Rooms for men. Harry Atkins. 4]18-!!k-5!18 All types of motors repaired, Armature winding. Refrigerators and rebuilt motors for' sale. Rowen Electric Co., 120 N. First, Pliono 3921. 28ck2D ble model Electric Radios at The Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. . -'- 27-pk-27 22 f(. Van type trailer equip ped with 1000x20 lirct heavy duty axles and large brakes. This trailer is in the best of condition. Will sell on terms. Have 13 foot truck body for sale. Call 861. " ' TOM LITTLE REALTY CO; 2fl-ck-G Bedroom. Phone 2909 after 6. 4-pk-7 OHIce In Ingram Building. Inquire at the Farkhurst Co. 11-30-ck-tf HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured movie 'slur 12 Be sick 13 Mineral rock 14 Any ' 15 Seek damages SMnkc ;i 10 Czar mistake 08 Erect CAppCiii 1 20 Transmitted ,7 Vehicle 21 Male sheep» ^8 Upon 23 Mother ' ft (9 Employed 24 Seed vessel • lORnce 25Ocean (abbv.) II Seine 27 Sun god " S,l' Unusunl Z6 Aluminum 1 ' ; 119 Rough Inva • ' (symbol) '. 20 Alone ' 29 Spain (abbr.) 22 Male . . .. 31 Radiance/ -\M Donee slop 33Sep:irnles g 25 Done 35 Near ' v 2CCnplivalo; 30 One (Scot.) 20Melnl 31 Container/' \ 40 Pale . ' i « Part of "be" 41 Encli (abbr.) 45Great (abbr) 40 Pound (nbbr.) 47 Arrival (abbr.) 48 Rupees (nbbr.) 50 Lubricant 52 Hurl 54 Encounter 50 Mature 59 Perform 60 Tungsten : (abbr.) i 61 Age ' M Ever (contr.) * ; C4 Examined * 05 Me is a motion , • • ployer i VERTICAL : 1 Feline V--* 30 Postscript (abbv.) 32 Greek Ictlci IH dicer 3V Calcium (symbol) 38 Period in oflioo 39Am-U'k' 40 Pasl 41 Mix v 42 New Druns'' wicli (nbbr ) '47Skllls •ill MuMcnl note >H> Pri'colulc 51 Place M I load covcrii M High lord M Mire fili Three (prcfiM 57 Hy 58 Ik'foie V, CO Tellurium (symbol) 02 Altcniiiling current ' (iiubr.) /.' Genuine Oliver PARTS & EQUIPMENT Combines Don't overlook our clearance values on 4 piece bedroom suites, with twin beds. Now 49.50—were 79.50. 1 Tom Little Hardware Co. I 3-lG-ck-tf 1933 Plymouth Two Door Sedan. Heater, seat covers, five good tires. Motor recently overhauled. Sealed beam lights. Bill George. Sleele. 29-)>k-5-3 Bteel watering troughs, any size— Steel Pressure Tanks— | Eteel Culvert, Any Size- Good Used Small Steam Boilers- Steel Oil Drums & Garbage Cans— Good Used Lawn Mowers— New Electric Motors, Any Size— BLYTHEVILL MACHINE SHOP 207 S. Second 3-15-ck-tf c'ertlned cabbage plants, free from yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds of flower plants and seeds. Heaton's Home of Flower-s. Davis Avenue at Franklin. 3-2-ck-tI Wanted To Rent Table and Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE Furnished apt. or small furnished house from June 15 to Sept. 1st Will pay reasonable. Service couple. No children. Box H-4, Co.ur icr News. ' ' 25-pk-5-J CO. Phone 2071. 7-ck-7 State Certified, Ceresan-treated .. Deltapine 12 cottonseed, $5.00—100 Ibs. $90.00 Ton. Ralso'y soybeans, ".•.•Certified $3.25 bu." Not Cert.'$2.75 bu. Tenn. and Dortch hybrid corn. Will trade 2 bu. our treated for 3 bu. your untreated cottonseed. Biirdetle Plantation, Burdette. .' 10-ck-lO Hegistered Duroc Pal! Boars. . Sired by champions out of '%<ny top sows. Priced rcas- onahlc. . J. C. Buchanan, farm located 2'/ 2 miles west on Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. G-ck-6 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, CI1ICKA SAWBA DISTRICT, Mississip): County, Arkansas. Lloyd Wyalt, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8584 Margaret Wyatt, Defendant. •Die defendant,' • Margaret Wyat is hereby warned to appear withi thirty clays in the court named i the caption hereof and answer th complaint of the plaintiff, Lloyd Wyatt. Dated this 20 day of March, 1944. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk Percy A. Wright, Ally, for Plf. C P. Cooper, Atty. ad Litem. 4|17-24-5|l-8 Sedrooms for rent with kitchen privileges and maid service. Phone 2133. ' 19-ck-tf Help Warned eamstresses and checkers. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 28-ck-tf 517 W. Ash Disc Harrows • Hay Rakes • Plows • Planters - etc. AUTO PARTS & OARAGE Bipert Aulo Repair Work Walking HARRISON PLUMBING and Heating Service JESSE PROVINCE 127 B. Vino Phono 2119 Defoo Furniture Co. 126 K. Main Dial 3221 Wanted: OMd Parallnra. Aho you o»n trade your old Furniture In on new, "xperlenccd conks and waitresses. Apply'Hotel Noble. l«-ck-tf The modern Oxford Bible is said ) be the only book In the world iiat docs riot contain a typogrnph- cal error. ihristlan (Prot.) woman, college education or teacher, summer or permanent, who prefers relit', work. Unusual opportunity, pays well. Guar. Inc. Write \V. A. Poltenger. 1018 S. Wabash, Chicago. Hik-lt 'Jobs Wanted Good Used Horse-Drown Equipment -Also Harness- NITRATE OF SODA 3-9-18 and PH7 Fertilizers. J. L TERRELL 111 S. Broadway Phone 2631 Attention Scliool Baaril Man and wife, teachers want school. Live wires. 38 years of age. 18 years teaching. Best references. We can make your school percolate. Write box STW c-o Courier News. l-pk-1 SEED and FEED Complete Lino of Field Seeds. "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL Blythevjlle Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. , Phone 856 or 857 LQY CME/RLE7 Rvcry type heel Is repaired or attached liere-. tho work Is done y perfectly, rc sonably - anil, you wish, whllo you wait. Complete Bhoo Repair Service here. H-flLTGRS QURLITY SHO€ SHOP I 1\ W. M O I N ST. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS TermUcs.may.be ruining your property^ Cull me for 'check-up without cost or obligation. 'UATS, MICK AND KOAGH CONTROL GUARANTBBD WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP 309 E. Kentncky Phono 2354 Cleaning of janitor work, or work as night watchman, Jim Lowe, House 4, back of Twin Gables. 28pkS-5 ALLKY OOP UMDISMWED BV OOPS PEFUSM- .^^ o. TO GO DM A>tlME- [GOT ALtEV TRIP BACK I WTO . I E/SOMGOUT/ AMCIEMTPMESTIKIEVOF HIS OSCAR BOOM M HAMD.' CPAFTH-V EAFTEDAl TiaAP FOB THE AX- M AM.,. MOV/THE QUESTION IS, VsllU- THE TRAP HOLD HIM? „ Flying Slnrt "Found T\vo ladies' blouses. Owner may have same by calling at the Courier News and paying for this ad 27-ck-dh 'SUEEVDIJ X I TO THINK ABOUT//' i§? Women of the 11th century wore lend combs because they thought lead kept their hair from getting gray. I All Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up' Maintain your car for the duration with onr thoroujh "Fro-1 iec'tive Service" and avoid damage anil destruction of vital parts | hard io replace. CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS if TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES f TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR Come in NOW for our SPECIAL SPUING CHECKUP. Minor I repairs and adjustments TODAY will prevent expensive over-1 ' hauls tomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Let us sharpen and repair your lawn mower-now and avoid the rush. Blythevllle Machine Shop. 15-ck-tf Wanted to Buy Tel ActborUed Ford Deafer Itb A Walnnt I D.P.L14Cottonsee r d 1 3/32 to T/8 Inch Staple ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See Dell, Ark. Phone 635 EARL MAGERS SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are always Iresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. TJ^FLOWERSHOP F.T.D. Btrric* Wt Drtlver anywhere Ph. 411 Mn. J. M. (Msc) WWI»mi, owner Olencw Kif. DON EDWARDS The Trfewtltcr Hu" ROTAL, BMTTH. OOBONA, AND REMXHOTOK POHTABU 118 K. Jnd sninrr Tnnmct&m Hurt B* PHONI Services (LIKE TVUS, ,| >%*oo^ ! By V. T. HAMLIN YGCEAT SAiSsv OOP.' CANT YOU DO AVW- .THiMG GEMTLV^. ^^&TV. ^M:.^^^m ffiy^r'Br^ ^ >M&& •T'./"»•;/; r \Hfe$$Z*- ^<m£^& TO s.(. > :, T. u.»ic u •. r*t. cir. FIKKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Emphaticnlly, No! By MERRII.L BLOSSBR RED, PIANOS lionght and sold. George Ford, Hiuxl- n\vay Appliance Co. 5-1-ck-l :ETTER DRY CLEANING liecaiise it's done by expert workmen with modern equipment. 48 HOUR SERVICE ON MOST GARMENTS. Dye work and alterations. Call 2012 for service. HUDSON CLEANER-HATTER-CLOTHIER. 10-ck-lO J/HOTS WERE HEARO-- A FIGURE JUMPED OUT OF A CftR, PICKED UP A BODY FROM THE STREET AND DROVE OFF!' MOW IT LOOKS AS IF HILDA. WAS THE DRIVER /, S-l WE TRIED To ctr'nER it> RECOHSTRUCT THE CRIME. BUT WE GOT MOWHEBE.' JSK HCE. WE CANT EVEW FIND THE BODY/ .— -T SAROE _S~ PREIIY ifc/r OofY, ISTER) now ABOUT SOME BESIOCS, L HWE A RUN STOCKING,! ''(f 7\ Here Are d Few Late Models tot Choose From: i, 1941 FORD CONVERT^ ABLE COUPE. 1941 MERCURY CON T VERTABLE COUPE, 1940 PONTIAC CON T VERTABLE COUPE 1941 OLDSMOBILE 4-DOOR SEDAN 1941 PONTIAC . 4-DOOR SEDAN 1941 BUICK 4-DOOR SEDAN 1941 PACKARD 4-DOOR SEDAN •( 1941 DODGE 4-DOOR SEDAN !f 1941 NASH 4-DCOR SEDAN i 1941 CHRYSLER : 4-DOOR SEDAN f 1940 DESOTO COUPE! RED RYDER Warning By FRED BARMAN Power lift for P-30 Farmall nncl 2 sets of cultivators for P-20 Farm- nil. Lee Wilson Co., Armorel. Fho. 2088. 10-ck-tf Corn and hay, top prices paid. Blythevllle Grain &, Elevator Co. 8-ck-tf Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20e per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Announcements Tte Courier News tias been 'authorized to announce the following candidacies, sub'ject to the Democratic primary In August: STATE REmESENTATlVE ALENE WORD (for re-election, Post No. 2) W. J. WUNDERLICH (for re-election, Post No. 1) •3. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election, Post No. 3) LTJCIEN E. COLEMAN E. C.-"OENE" FLEEMAN (Post No. O SHERIFF AND COI.I.EOTOE HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SKEET) STOUT MISS DELLA PUR.TLE COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS <For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W.' POTTER (for re-election) COUNTY ASSESSOR OSCAR ALEXANDER lt\ RIDIW TO EL CA&ES1RO TO ~ If?AIM _ BUI A CLEAbJ - THIS SPuMT LEG BROKE &SD, RED KYDEP WHILE \OU RIDE TO FOR TH' DOC AMD SHERIFF./ Big_Sliifl L Sniall_Pacbit;c ii'u'oo^^' T^jir^fHAT'i.lfTLE ^ />HD OPPADT \ PACK/ youN<5? WASH TUBBS THE INFORMATION IS OH MICROFILM FORM WILL BE EASIER TO CARRY MY BEST TO DELIVER JAPANESE TERRTTORy BROUGHT OS INFORMATION WE WISH TO WSS ON TO THE ALLIED COMMAND IU THE SOUTH PACIFIC, CAPTAIN By EDGAR MARTIN Chummy, Indeed I BOOTS AND HER •\tV\- Wt VOO WWE 0V Your cnr is n tiiiliomi] asset if yon keep it conditioned (o save oil, gas and metals for Uncle Sum. Irs a community asset if you share it with others. Make it Insf! Conserve your present brake linings by having them adjusted at once. If -you need new_ linings, they will probably cost ICFS now ,than later. RADIO * REPAIR WORK!* f. Parts and Tubes for Ant,6 Sets and Electric • Home Sets. •!.•!;'!( LOY E/CH CHEVROLET COMPANY OPEN DAY and N1TE

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