The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 13, 1944
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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate twr Une tot consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge JQO I time per line lia a times per line per day.. ',',.. "ijo I time* per line per day i c i tlmei per line per day 7c 12 time, per line per day, ...'.'. 60 pnth per Une (Do i ordered for three or ell {tines •nd stopped before expiration will be charged for tho number ol times the ad appeared »nd adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy Ubmltfcd by persons residing out- tide of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered f6r Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sale G piece dinette suite. Nearly new. Max lagan. Phone 502. 5jl2cklC 120 acre hill farm, with small house and barn, Everlasting spring. On mall route & school bus route 3 miles from town. $650—terms J C. CHAPIN, Manila, Ark. 12f>kI9 USED ARMY- SHOES FOR SALE No ration coupon. Price 53.00 dc- Mi'creel. Check or money order. Wholesale price to merchants in lots of SO pairs or more. SHOE , FACTORY, 812 Camller Bldg., At- ^lanta. Oa. 5|13-pk-Hi 2fl2 acres located on paved higli^ way, inni) route, power line, bus line to high school and on main bus line Memphis to St. Louis Part level, part rolling land. A good slock nnd dairy farm. 100 acres in cultivation. 2 ponds, 2 springs. Large house in good condition. 4-rooin tenant house. 3 barns. Deep well with electric; pump. Good terms. .M> acre farm. On good gravel road, "PBnail route, REA line and close to school and church. 90 acres upland in timber, balance is good bottom land. 200 acres cleared and under fence. 5-acre peach orchard. 3 or 4 wells and several springs. 2 large houses. 4 tenant houses. 2 large hams and seine . small barns. " 152 acre slock farm. 1 1-2 miles to Paragould. Rolling land. Improvements are extra good. On mnil route, power line, bus line to high school, good road and 1-2 mile off paved highway. SEE US OR WRITE FOR LISTS r.inkc * Brailen, Paragoulil, Ark. S-13-pk-Ui FOR QUICK SALE list your property With: H. C. CAMPBELL. Phone 44li, Office 120 S. 2nd, with Lucien E. Coleman. 5-2-pk-2 All types of motors repaired, Armature winding. Refrigerators and rebuilt motors for sale. Rowen Electric Co., 120 N. First, Phone 3921. 28ck28 MOPEL-A FORD. 1930 model: Runs good. 5135. Phillips Motor Co. 5-10-ck-lG Steel'watering troughs, any size— Gteel Pressure Tanks— • Steel Culvert, Any Size- Good Used Small Steam Boilers— ' Steel Oil Drums <te Garbage Cans— C^'jd Used Lawn Mowers— r^v Electric Motors, Any Size— BLYTHEVILL MACHINE SHOP 201 a. Second 3-15-ck-tf For Sale Sand nnd gravel. Bnrksdale Manufacturing Co., Plione 2311. 5-13-ck-20 BICYCLES for men and women boys nnd girls. Tom Little Hardware Co., Inc. 5;8-ck-8 CHEVROLET Special Deluxe Coupe. 1941 model. Low mileage. Runs like new. Five good Firestone Tires. Phillips Motor Co. SjlOcklO 1941 Chevrolet Special DeLuxe Tudor. Private owner; extra clenn car with seat covers, radio, heater. Low mileage and good rubber. If you are looking tor a good used car, this is It. Call 3131. 5'9-ck-lC CHEVROLET Master 85 Coach. 1910 model. Heater and seat covers. A bargain at $865. Phillips Motor Co. D-10-ck-)0 USED PIANOS bought nml sold. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. 5-1-ck-l FOHD Deluxe Sedan Coupe. 1941 mode!. Radio, heater and (Ive good tires. Phillips Motor Co. S-10-ckl6 Used baby Ijuggy, victory model. James Summers, 405 K. svca- more. 5|ll-pk-15 Table model Kioitrlc Radios at Tlie Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. 27-pk-21 INTERNATIONAL 1 1-2 ton truck. 1939 Model. Phillips Motor Co. 5-10-ck-lG If you Intend planting Hybrid Seed Com, contact Mrs. Howard Bowen, agent for "Pioneer", the only corn witli a replanting agreement. This corn is bred by Gnrst and Thomas of Coon Raptds, Iowa. First Comes, First Served, so see Mrs. Bowcn at Luxora, Double Bridges Community this week. Phone 1-P-ll. 2-pk-lG Nearly new 5 room modern home located on corner lot at 1521 W. Chicknsjiwljii. Has FHA loan of $2800. Monthly payments of S2!>.% pays insurance, (axes, interest and note payment. Can be bought for §2200 cash and you assume (he loan. Vacant— you can move in today. Also, you can buy the five rooms of furniture if you want it. Call 8(il. Tom I;iltJe Realty Co. 5-11-ck-l'l Certified cabbage plants, tree trom yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds of flower plants and seeds. .Heaton's Home of Flowers. Davia Avenue at Frunk- Wanted To Kent Garage -convenient to . 1305 West Walnut. Phone 2333. S|ll-pk-H Pilrnishecl Call 8Q8. apartment or hmixe. s-3-pk-n .JLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.)] .COURIER JNE.W? , For Rent 1125 llenrn. Phone 33ic. 5-10-0-10 Bedroom with kitchen privileges for mplc only. I'lione 589, from 12:30 5 p.m. 13-|)k-n CO to Three room and bath furnished iipnrtment. Plione 2002. 5jl3-pk-17 nedroom with kitchen privileges Phone 22311. 1138 willow St. 5;ili-pk-15 Three room furnished npnilment and slinre bath. 1924 w. Sycamore, 5111-pk-15 Furnished apartment. 401 E Ash niul Lily Sts. 5112-pk-lti Bedroom, private entrance; electric water healer service. Phone 2037. 5110-pk-n Comfortable bedroom, southwest Tenth nnd Chlcka.s.wlw. Phone 2413. , 5-4-ck-tf Comfortable bedroom, adjoining balli. 'ion Walnut. Plione 2516. 28tf Rooms lor men. Hnrry Atkins. 4|18-pk-D118 Office In Ingram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. 11-30-ck-tl Bedrooms for rent with kitchen privileges and maid service. Phone 2133. 19-ck-tf kJ ^^^ Ayt -^^«'^»'^^^-^~-in^-^^- J ~^__.n>WV\SKJ-> Help Wanted Male Ixiokkeeper. Must be eiliclent And oxtmiifly ncciiriitc. Mc.vers Distributlm; Co. Phone ^37. 5!Il-ck-lB Seamstresses nnd checkers. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 28-ck-tt Experienced cooks and waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. l«-ok-tl •Table nntl Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE ' CO. Phone 207J. 7-ck-7 State Certlflcd, Ccresan-trcatea Deltapine 12 cottonseed, $5.00—100 Ibs. $90.00 Ton. Ralsoy soybeans, Certified $3.25 bu. Not Cert. $2.75 tan. Tenn. and Dortch hybrid corn. Will trade 2 bu. our treated for 3 bu. your untreated cottonseed. Burctette Plantation, Burdelte. 10-ck-G-lO African ground eyelashes. Lost Diamond, wedding and Humes High class ring on safety pin. Phone 2541. Mrs. John Riley. Reward. 5jl3-nk-n Black mare mule. Small with smooth mouth. Grndy Horner, Blytheville, Rl- 2. ' 5-13-22 Four keys on chain. Highway 18, short distance east of city. Return to Courier News. Reward. 5jl2-pk-10 Bromi billfold with ladies B.A.A.P. picture and house key. Finder return to Courier News. Reward. 5|ll-pk-15 All Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up' Maintain your car for the duration with our thorough "Protective Service" aiid avoid damage and destruction of vital parts hard to replace. f CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS c TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR Come In NOW for our SPECIAL SPRING CHKCKUP. Minor repairs and adjustments TODAY will prevent expensive overhauls tomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. TeL 65J Ai:thorbed Ford Dealer Itb A W»lrj«t DON EDWAItDS *Tta> JtOTAL, BMITH, CXJHONA, AND REiUNQTON fORTABIJ ITPEWRTTItifl 1I« If. Xnd emtHfT . FHONB US {Irerr Xr»M««tlon Uurt Jt» Good Used Horse-Drawn Equipment -Also Harness- NITRATE OF SODA 3-9-18 an<l PH7 FcrHlizers. J. L. TERRELL 11 IS. Broadway Phone 2631 Stenographer. Must be fast on typewriter and able to lake dictation. Meyers Distributing Co. Plio. '137. S|ll-ck-l8 Young Men (10) recently disclmrg- cd vctci'nns, or drnft exempt, who nre not working for defense for pleasant outtloor work. Drawing account $100 monthly, i>His bonus ami transportation. Opportunity for travel. See Mr. Rogers, Gnir Hotel. 5,'8-l>k-15 Experienced Parts Miin. A real job for the riglil man. If now essentially employed, do not apply. Sec I.oy Eich Chevrolet Co. or Wai- Man |) o wer Co m missi on. 5-1 l-ck-14 Services Girl will lake tare of children by linnr or day. Reasonable rates. Call 3127. !)-9-pk-lG hornbllls have I SEWING LESSONS —-Complete 8 Lesson Course. $10.00! Personal Instruction. Your choice ot Dressmaking, cutting ami rilling, rc- slyllnf,', etc. AJternoon find nlglit. Classes now forming, Repairs for nil makes of scu'ing machines. Slnycr Sev.'inR Machine Co., Phone 2782, 1H So. Broadway 5-5-ck-G-5 Ro\igh dry laundry, also, spreads, blankets, light quilts. 109 E. Main. 5-3-pk-C-3 Let us sharpen and rcpntr your Inwn mower now and nvold the rush. Blytheville Machine Shop. Taken Up One bull call about 3 months old. Paul Nokes, Rt. No. 2. A. G. Little farm. 5jll-pk-15 Queen Anne of England was the mother of 19 children, but nil died in childhood. Read Courier News Wrmt Ads. FOR SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lnmbcr Osccola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 631 Osccota, Ark. WR m.1, AM. DOCTOnS 1 PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE TOD MONBT STEWART'S «.iJV^ f SUre SSlrlps ol leullioi 1 used ns it whip 4 Lease SNallvc metal. , G Lone Scout |; NAVAL AIR UNIT 1 M . _J JIOlUZONTAt, 1 Depicted is Jnsigiie of — Squadron 5-1, U. S. naval nvitiUon 7 1'cslers 13 Anesthetics 14 Arcliclvpo 15 Individual 7 Symbol for 18 Music note Inniaiimi } 8 m expression 8 G''cek lelier 20 Sprawl BA-tiptoo . M 21 Drop suddenly 10 Vendor 23 Work unit U Symbol for 24 The gods ' wblum 25 Bitter velcli 1' Breaks imrfet 2GCznrs strain/ 28 Three times HCIuim. (comb, form) lORcholdl 2D Decay "~ 30 Form 32Sb;\dc Irce 35 Ocean 30 Symbol lor liu 37 Swiss river 39 Condition 41 Snpti'nt •14 llnlinn river 45 Legal profession 47 KcKativu <18 Coiiflnsioii 21, 49 Caustic 52 Menu 5'l Safest 55 Cubic meters VERTICAL 1 They ore lighting fov. victory ami ^ , IP I „ 19 Skill 20 Hearkens .^ 22 Boundary ty '•'" <comb. foVm) 2-1 Irfls full .' 27 Constellation 28 Pwlal digit 30 Observe 31 Port 33 Pnntry 34 Male 35 Pig pens 38 Highways 40 Manufactured •12 Social Insect 43 Proceed 44 Poker slrilio 40Lc(;nl point 48 Entomology (nbbr.) 4' 50 Symbol for I ruthenium ! 51 New Testament (abbr.) 52 Exists r>3 Compass point m -/i Wanted Wanted—4 or !i room house unfurnished, l>y permanent people. P.O. Box 525, Blylhevlllc. 10-<lh-k-17 Wanted To Trade Electric Refrigerators, for oil burning refrigerators. Lewis Sales Co Slteton. fl|9-pfc-2H SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc reinemliered always. Our flowers sro always fresh, and all work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. T 1^FLOWERSHOP r.T.D. Sertlce Ph. <|i Mrs. J. M. (M»o) W* DHlT«f A&ywhen owner Olencw JBI4f. Wanted ~to Bity '" v;I Small portKlJ/o'litdl6"(ff v {!o ; o(i I dltion, Phone 2111. 6]10-pk-17 Pre-wur baby stroller. Phone ?33o, ' Corn and liny, top prices pnld Blythovillo Ornln * Elevator Co! 8-ck-lt Will pay cash for |10,000 worth of good used furnl- Jure. Wade Furniture Co, Will pay 20o per do?,, for wire coat hungers. Hudson Olcnnors. PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Gnaranleed Best Pr)«« Kirby Drug Stores ., Elnwr CrinnlnghftB ''VWCAlUZlllG Tire & Tube Repair Cotton fell R.K, * 8. H »7. « wild Kaflet A*. ««.) F.very type heel Is repaired or, attached here— Ilio work Is dono perfectly, ren Bonnbly - and, i _ _ !-ou wish, while you wait. Complete Shoo Repair.Service, lierc. (HIBIJTY SHO€ SHOP (?i w, M« rSj ST. MEMDER OP BtRVINQ NAIION-WIOB AMBULANCE 8 K H V I C1? Tim Most Minimi Hipil 1I01.T FUNKItAI; I'hoiio 571 for DclsilU SEED and FEED 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 Termites may be ruining your'properly. Call me f<H check-up without cost or obligation. UATS, MICK AND ItOACil CONTKOI* GUAUANTKKI) WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP S09 E. Kcntnoky Phone 2351 ALLEY OOP Voyngc, Hoys "v V. T- HAMLIN vmH EVERV1HIN6 ET. IT \\OJLD A. D0\1 > V^E'LL EVER BE ANY //.ORE RE&CW flUCKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MERRILL BLOSSER I BET VOj'Re WATCHIWG NSY HOUSF, EXPEO"- IM& ItE TO DISTOSE OP A BODY .'---HOW UTfERLY SaLYri'-lF I DID HAVE ONE fllO- DEM, I'D PROBi»}LY WPAP IT IN A WHILE YOUR BACKS WERE UJRWEO. IM A / Ti IS, IF I H^D A BOOY.' Don't Look Now Ky FRED HARMAN IF 1 CAM GET CLOSE ENOUGH TO THROW A ROPE'— DON'T VOAMT GLM PLAY VvllTH 115 HERE , THE KXD r\ORE DANC£ HAL16 OR CASK ClERK HUS6Ar5D3 — I'M RICH.' NOW W GET OUT Or MEXICAN) CL01HE.5 AND ¥ <, ffi+, ijffTM&, Sl'lfn v ^ —---• ••>!?!&/.. j"-». ,iJ WASH TURBS ""TKE'BOMS"" WILL 60 OFF IM TWO A1INUIE5 1 MUST GET AWAV • The Clock Ticks On IJy LESLIE TURNBB SAY,' S>T POWW, LIEUTEVANr, AWO WElt 5EE IF YOU'RE RBHf THAT PACKA6E...IT5 A B0M8...SEr TO &O OFF IN 30 SECONDS.,.IF WE STAY AU.eEKin.ePi ) -V- ; •OOTS AND HER BUDDIES Ry EDGAR MARTIN LOY f/Cg Phon. 578 You'll SAVE MONEY by driving one of /afe model used Cars Our recent shipments from Eastern markets have brought our stbck of Used Cars to the most complete selection between Memphis and St. Louis. PACKARDS, BUICKS CHEVROLET^ FORDS; DODGES, PLYMOUTHS, i PONTIACS, MERCURYS, . I OLDSMOBILES— , SEDANS, COUPES, CONVERTIBLES, - 1934 to 1942 MODELS. MAY 10 POINT TUNE-UP 1. Clicclc Coniiircssinn, Tighten Cylinder Head and Manifold. Adjust Kent Valve. 2. Test nnd clean'. Spark Plugs. Adjust Spark Gup. Check Ignition Wiring. .'I. Clean -and adjust Distributor. Set Engine Tim ing for best Wnfv lime performance. '!. Chock Coil Condenser, Voltage Control. Adjust Generator. Tighten Connections. 5. Check and adjust Carburetor and F u el Pump. (!. Service Air Cleaner for best gas economy. 7. Inspect Cooling System, Tighten Hose Connections.. A just Fan BeH. 8. Test and service Battery. Clean and lighten Connections. , J , 0. Adjust Valve Tappets and Tune Motor f6| best 'Wartime Operation and gas mileage 1 ; 10. Report Condition of Motor. J Labor Only Lo.y.i/c/j CHEVROLET COMPANY OPEN DAY and N1TE

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