The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 19, 1944
Page 5
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FRIDAY, MAY 19,: 10-14 BLYTHEyjLLB, TAML); COURIER •ill CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rate Der line for cowecu- tlve Insertions: Minimum Charge too 1 time per line n« 2 time* p«r line per day 12o I tlmei per UM per day | 0 » tlmei per line per day 7o tlmei per line per day...;.. So ^"i .f 6 ' to « Mo Adi ordered for three or ill times •nd stopped before expiration will be charged lor tho.number'ol tlmea the ad appeared arid »d]u»tment of Dill made, All ciaisiiiM Aavenuing copy lubmitUd by persona resfdlng out- ilde of the city must be accompanied by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered rtr Irregular Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility will b» taken for more than one Incorrect Insertion of any classified ad. For Sale For Sale 1938 Buti'k Sedan, good Urea. Price $700. See. Lt. B. D. Spofford, P. H. Q., Apt. No. 1, BAAP. 5117-pk-20 Air-conditioned cafe with fountain; established profitable business. David Drexler, Wynne, Ark. For Rent Three room furnished apartment at •111 No. 6th. Phone TM. 5!18-ck-22 Furnished spin Iment. 401 E. Ash & Lilly Sis. 5-19-pk28 Bedroom. 1125 Hearn. Phone 3310. 5-10-0-10 Prigldnire cabinet ah 1 conditioner for room, perfect condition. Also new skylight, C by 8 ft, prewar materials, bargain $65. Call Crawford Noble or Jesse StlU, Hotel Noble. l9-ek-23 Used unfinished breakfast room suite arid bedroom chair. 825 So. Lilly. 5jl8-pk-22 OHIce In Injram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. 11-30-ck-tf Modern 0 room residence adjoining city limits, 2 acres, beautiful shade trees, outbuildings, etc. Price $5500. K. C. Campbell, 120 So. 2nd. Phone 410. 5119-pk-23 130 acre level land farm. Approximately GO acres in cultivation— balance timber pasture. G-room fiame dwelling. 30x30 barn. Other outbuildings. $25 per acre. 40 acre farm near Manila. Price $4000. J. C. C1IAPIN, Manila, Ark. _ ' - ' '' • 5-lG-pk-23 FOR ONLY $2.00—^ You can get rid of all that DUST, if you live on a graveled stteet, with one barrel of our USED Oil,. ,We have plenty. LOY RICH CHEVROLET CO. Phone 578. 5-18-ch-22 Bedroom suite and kitchen furniture, also 2-burner hotplate, china waffle Iron, etc. 201 W. Cherry! 18-pck-22 Five burner oil stove in good condition. Ill West Rose. 5|17-pk20 1939 Bulck 4 door. Radio, heater, dc froster, good pre-war (Ires. Good motor. Will sell my equity or take good light car in trade. See after 5:30 p.m. at Blytheville Air Fieltl Apt. 193. 5[18-l>k-22 1941 FORD V-8 "Super Deluxo" TU DOR. Beautiful 2-tone color Driven less than 15,000 miles Completely equipped to drive Phillips Motor Co. 5[15-ck-2l Electric washing machines, good condition. 2018 W. Ash. Call aftei 5 p.m. 5!18-pk22 Alfalfa Hay. W. C. Maughan, Luxora, Ashport Ferry Road. 5[18-pk-2; room furnished apartment, share ball). Couple only. 404 E. Davis. 5-19-pk-22 MOVIE STAR Comfortable bedroom, adjoining bath. 1017 Walnut. Phone 2510. 28lf Bedrooms for rent with kitchen privileges and maid service. Phone ' 2133. 19-ck-tf Wanted to HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured movie ; personality nSmnli particle 12 Grain „ 13 Farewell! KS Baby bed. Mrs.,G.,O. Lanjjan. Phone 2192. 5|17-pk-20 1ASOUNE STORAGE' TANK. Wauled to buy n good used (jnso- line storage tank with a cnpnClly of 14,000 to 10,000 Bnllons. Call or write KEISER, SUPPL CO., Keiser, Ark. 5[10-ck-23 Corn and hay, top prices paid. Blythovllle Grnln & Elevator Co. 8-ck-tf Will pay cash for $10,000 .worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. 2 Indians 3 Not (prefix) •1 Print measure 5 Skill <i Lixivium «S i 7 Permits LI 18 Stale W 9 Above V (10 Tidy r fi ;14 Horse feed' *! 15 South Amer$£ ica (abbr.) , 17 Peruse'..j ^ 22 Houto (abbr.) ' 9 Strike • 23 Palm lily 2 ' Native metal 24 Egyptian sun Sod 20 Begin -,,, 29 Finished' »| 32 llal!-em' $£ 33 Eilhcr 34 Scales of pay 37 Loes 40 Ruthenium (symbol) • 41 Measure ot Help Wantei Experienced pressure n ml .seamstresses/ Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 5-17-ck47 Experienced 2505. PI), 505— 5-16-ck-22 15 Let stand 16 12 months '18 Donkey 19 Laughter sound 20 Therefore' 23 Transpose /. " (abbr.) 25 Any 27 Devcraee 28 Insect 30 Female deer 31 Unit of , , energy , 34 Trnuspni led 35 Kibium • .,, (symbol) M 3G Add up | TO 37 2-1 hours tyi 44 Flesh (comb. form) 46 Scarce (47EKlst 48 Historic 4fl Melody 51 lintimijlc itf, 53 Vehicle/.««!; (abbr,) (abbr.) 30 She is o Hoi- 55 Solar body • ' lywotxl 58 Internalionnl 1 43 Space • language •""-. Two 5-room residences with bath, 'close In. Price $3,650. Terms half- t cash. Could sell separate. Phone 440, office with Luclen Coleman, 120 So. 2nd. H. O. Campbell. 5|15-pk-22 New four room house with hot water heater. Phone 3933. 5|10pk23 Sand and gravel. Barksdale Manufacturing Co., Phone 2911. 5-13-ck-20 Will pay 2Uc per aoz. Tor wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Lost Brown leather wallet lost in Postoffice, ricward. Phone 2101. 5|18-pk-20 Maple double tied, springs, and studio conch. Phone 2G49. 5[17-pk-20 1936 FORD FORDOR. City driven, 5 excellent tires. Radio and heater. Phillips Motor Co. 5|10-ck-21 Electric Washing Machine. Children's Lawn Swings Steel Watering Troughs. 380 Gal. Fuel Tanks. Blytheville Machine Shop 5115-ck-tf 1941 FORD V-8 "Super Deluxe" CONVERTIBLE COUPE. Radio and heater. 5 A-l tires. Excellent In appearance ami mechanical condition. Phillips Motor Co. 5|la-ck-21 BICYCLES for men and women, boys and girls. Tom Little Hardware Co., Inc. 5[8-ck-8 ; • FOR QUICK SALE list your prou- ij'-erty with: H. G. CAMPBELL. ;-'Phone 446. 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 1940 CHEVROLET I'Master Deluxe 1 -TOWN, SEDAN,- Unusually-sound mechanical condition. 5 good tires i healer, seat covers. Dark green •-color. Phillips .Motor Co. 5|lG-ck-21 Certified cabbage plants, free from yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds ol flower plants and seeds. Heatoii'8 Home of Flowers. Davis Avenue at Franklin. 3-2-ck-tf Services Let us sharpen and repair your lawn mower while our parts and repairs last. Blytlieville Machine SIiop. 5115-ck-ti Attic fans,' cusiom built, installed Weidman Bros. Phone 4CO. 5-19-pk-C-l SEWING LESSONS — Complete Lesson Course. $10.00[ Persona Instruction. Your choice of Dress making, cutting and fitting, re styling, etc. • Afternoon and nigh Classes now forming.- Repairs To all niakes ol sJwlng machine Ginger Sewing Machine Co., Phon 2732, 114 So. Broadway 5-5-clc-6- IISEI) PIANOS bought and • sold. George Ford, Hard.! .iinvay Appliance Co. t-Pf 5-1-ck-l Table moSel Rkitria Radios at The Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. 27-pk-27 Table and Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. ' 7-ck-7 State Certified, Ceresan-treated Deltapine 12 cottonseed, $5.00--100 Ibs. $90.00 'Ton. Ralsoy soybeans, Certified $3.25 bu. Not Cert. $2.75 hu. Term, and Dortch hybrid corn. Will trade 2 bu. our treated for 3 bu. your untreated cottonseed. Burdette Plantation, Burdette. 10-ck-6-10 Rough dry blankets, Main. fan's purse with Identification papers) money. Keep money, return purse. W. O.' Gcurin, Terry Abstract Office. 19-pk-23 42 Dance step 45 Written form ol Mister — 47 Per ' 48 Greek lefler 50 Street car . 52 Capable *, 55 Urge on -.}V 50 Ago 57 Apply friction 58 Wreck . 59 She is a •" popular ••—-' 60 At one time 1 Jellies l 1 I J ersian cat. Fawn color or pinkish yellow with yellow eyes. Disappeared from vicinity of my home last Saturday night. Phone 2270. Mrs. C. G. Smith. 5|17-ck-20 Black marc mule. Small with smooth mouth. Grady Horner, Blytheville, m.^^^^ 5-13-22 Wanted To Trade Electric Refrieerators, for oil burning refrigerators. Lewis Sales Co., Sikeston. 510-pk-23 Wanted To Ttent WE'VE A GOOD UNf OF USED CARS and TRUCKS Will Pay TOP CASH PRICES For Used Cars and Trucks—See Us Before You BUY or SELL! _• BUFORD MARTIN Showrooms 114 W. Main Phone 565 lalo or female upholsterers, Steady work. Good pay. Cloud working conditions. Apply at once by letter or In person to U. S. 1113DDINCJ COMPANY, 1047 Florida St. Memphis, Tenn. 5-15-ck-li 'xperlcnccd cooks and waitresses. Apply Hotel Noble. ifl-ck-tr PRESCRIPTIONS Stock Guaranteed Beet Print (irby Drag Stores Elmer VULCANIZING Tire & Tube Repair Colton Belt B.E. * S. Hwy. n (Formerly vlth En«t«r Am. Ftt.) Tough, Ions wearing leather, H'orkmaiiHhlp tliat equals (he Icallicr (juallly. Close prices for llliAf, SKKVIOK. H-fl LTCRS IQUHUTY SHOC SHOP I I? I W M « I N ST. MEMBER OK 8EIWINO NATION-WIDE AMBULANCE s ic u VICE TliC Most Modern K<|Ulpmcnt HOLT .'FUNKUAI, HOME ' I'honc B71 fur Dclnlta CHEVROLET COMPANY Phon. 578 ! t t USED C A R S SEED and FEED Complete Line of Field Seeds. "SPEAR BRAND" Poultry, Hog, and Dairy Feed. SOYBEAN MEAL Blytheville Soybean Corp: 1800 W. Main St. Phone 856 or 857 Choose From Our Complete Stocks i , * * NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites-nmy he niininR your property. Call m« check-up without coat or obligation. HATH, MICK AND KOAC1I CONTROL GUAKANTEED WOHK H. C. BLANKENSHIP S09 E. Kentucky Phone 23M Two or three room furnished apartment, by permanent employee. John C. McHnnc'y, the Monument Man, phone 2G01 or 2554. 5|18-pk-22 laundry, also, spread light quilts. 409 E. 5-3-pk-C-3 In 1921 there were only 387,457 miles of improved roads in U. S. CLOCKS REPAIRED Electric or Stem Wind. Work Guaranteed. A:B. FORD At Fat O'Brjinf. Jtwelrj BOWL for fun anil health! BILL'S and GEORGE'S BOWLING ALLEY 120 N. Second Political Announcements TfcB Courier News Has been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject ,to. .the cratlc primary In 'August: STATE REPRESENTATIVE ALENE WORD (for re-election, Post No. 2) W. J. WUNDERLICH (for re-eleclion, Post No. 1) J. loEE BEARDEN (lor re-election, Post No. 3) LUCIEN E. COLEMAN E. C. "GENE" FLEEMAN '(Post No. 4) 8HEBIFF AND COUJCOTOB RALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURES B. B. (SKEET) STOUT MISS DELLA FORTLE CODNTY JUDGE ROIAND GREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T! W. POTTER (for re-election) FACTS .1. 1. All Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up' Maintain your car for the duration with our thorough "Protective Service" and avoid damage and destruction of vital parts hard to replace. * CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM ^ CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS * TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES * TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR Come In NOW for oor SPECIAL SPRING CHECKUP. Minor repairs and adjustments TODAY Kill prevent ejpenslve OT hauls tomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel 451 ictborlied Ford neater ith * W»b»t 8 . DON EDWARDS KOTAL, RUTTH, CORONA, AND REU3NQTDH PORTABL1 111 If. led ffTREIT PHONX im Tr»ui*ctlon"tauit B« B»U«TMtor»)- Good Used Horse-Drawn Equipment -Also Harness- NITRATE OF SODA 3-9-18 and PH7 Fertilizers. J. L. TERRELL 11V S.Broadway Phone 2631 Amcriciins nirty not lie al)le (o (jet _ tlirniiKh the iievt ycnr on wheels, 'UNI-ESS they have their tirt-s icwipped IN TIME to save ropliicinfc tires! 1 I lr'l.,1. The OP A recently lifted the ration restriction on recaps! NoW no inspection or certificate, needed. - „ Recnpping nsea ahnut onc-lliird as r much rnbhcr us is used, in linking n "war tire." We're prepnred to give you an expert re' cup j»l) immediately! Don't wait too late—do it now! Try our "Own Made" ICECREAM Ole Hickory Inn Aeron from High Scbw! IMcntv of WOOD For Sale! BARKSDALE MANUFACTURING CO. I'lionc 2911 ye« w»nl t* B«J m«ri Wm Bonfe SELL ns'THF. FUBNITDRC ITOD ARE NOT USING for oubl Also liberal tnuie-tn klltmuie* toi oU f»rnltnrt'»B >ew. Ahin flardy Fnrn. Co. K. Main rhim* U*J FOR SALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lnmbtr Osccola Tilo & Culvert Co. Phone 691 Osceol*, Ark. WK FILL ALT, DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AND SAVE YOU MONET STEWARTS Drn K Ster e Mala A Lak* n* H Utt By V. T- IIAMLIN Plowing Sen. H an HIT EM DEAD.CENTEB.OOP/ IF WE CAN CRACK THEIR. .LINE WE'LL SE.T THE, INFORMATION Y»'E WANT AND A REPUTATION TO BOOT.' WAR/BONDS By MERRILL BLOSSER FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ME Too .'LETS STUDY IN THE LIBRARY UNTIL . THIS BLOWS OUER I CAN'T 6O To CLASS- I'M TOO EMBARRASSED I You NEVER. SHOULD HAVE LET THEM FIND THAT DRESS Mooa - ! WELL, i DID EVERY- YOU ttEM, MISS RILEY? ENOUGH PUBLICITY? FRED BARMAN UNLESS SHE VAKIP5 1DU FOR W JML KEYS/ WHO. WE ATIE.R TH' WRECK 6HE fWDE OF HER HUSBAND. GOME ON, STELLA Elementary, Dear Watson BY LESLIE TURNER WASH TUBI5S THM SECRET MESSA6E FROM KUNMIM6 TO PACIFIC HEADQUARTERS PROSABLY WOLILP CONCERN ACITOJ ASA1MST OUR ISLAND DEFEWSES; Ti/ENE&Y5 PRESENT P051TIDW ME COULD iToUR 5TRON6 POINTS AMD STRIKE ROWSA- RDN6A If HE KNEW IT WAS THE WEAK LIMK IN OUR ISLANP FORTIFICATIONS} ANDHEfWKHOWir.NOWf THE PACIFIC COMMAND CAWWOT HELP CHIHA AS YET... BUT CHINESE IMTELUdEWCE MI5HT STUM6LE OH TO INFORMATION OF I'ALUE TO OUR ENEMIES !M THE PACIFIC, SUCH AS CEfWilHWEAK DEFENSES THE CHINESE WAR, VOUR EXCELLENCY * What's Up, Willie? HER RUDDIES BY EDGAR MARTIN Your molor will hum ijuielly, smoothly and efficiently after you've had it overhauled here at Loy Eich's. Our expert mechanics use fill the latest equipment anil can do a perfect' joi,'even on Ihe complete rebuilding of a motor. Trices are always low. Ask us for a free cslinialc. ' ' LOY EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY OPEN DAY

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