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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 25, 1944
Page 7
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THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1944 BLYTHEVILLH, (ARK.)] COURIER JTfiWS FAQB CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Dally rule per line for consecutive Insertions: Minimum Charge BOc 1 time per line 15c 2 times per line per day; I2c 3 times per line per day 9c 5 Umes Her line per day 1c llVtlmcs per line per day 5c IflJKonth per line 90c •ft'ds ordered (or three or six times and stopped before expiration will be charged for the number of times the ad appeared mid adjustment of bill made. All Classified Advertising copy submitted by persons residing outside of the city must be accompanied by cash, nates may be easllj computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for Irregular insertions takes the one time rate. No responsibility will be taken for more than one Incorrect insertion of any classified ad. For Sale For Sale Iron bed, springs and mattress. Also used typewriter In good condition. 713 W. Main. 5i23pk20 Sausage mill, candy case, fnn, wire baskets and Frlgldiilre. Mrs. J. K, McFall. Phone 3319. 5j23i>k30 SILENT STAR Portable Remington typewriter. Also, Singer hnncl vacuum. Phone 2090. 5123-pk-2C Skylight—size 0x8. Pre-war mnle- rlnl. A bargain if you can use It. $05. Call Jessee Stltt (it Hotel Noble. 5-22-ck-29 BARGAIN FOR QU I C K SALE— One Allis-Chnlmcrs Model ']/ Crawler Tractor. Ono 8 Yd. capacity Crawler Wagon. One 12 Ft. Austin-Western Ulailc Grader. Price $2000.00 or will sell separate. C. .1. UST CONSTRUCTION CO., Armorel Ark. Phone 6-17. 5-22-pk-2!l Modern G room residence in exclusive residential section on 13, Main •St. adjoining city limits. Beautiful yard, double garage. 100 ft. frontage, pecan trees, flowers, etc.; containing 2 acres of land. The city is building, in this dlrccllon. Taxci low. A bargain at $8.000. Shown by appointment only. H. C. Camp tell, 120 So. Second St., Exclusive Agent. Phone 44C, 5;24-pk-27 One cash register, one adding tnn- clilnc, 3 type writers. See Louis Applcbiium, Glencoe Hotel. 5l24-ck-2G Household furnishings, practically new. Includes oil healer, 5 burne oil stove, and Icebox. 1705 Hcani 5[24-pk-27 One Qulncy air compressor, com plete with motor. Phone 596. Chi sum's Bike Shop. 5;24-pk2 Boys and girls prc-wnr bicycles Write Box 692. 5]24-pk-2 QUICK SALE list your prop erty with: H. C. CAMPBELL Phone 446. Ofllce 120 S. 2nd, wit Luclen E. Colemcm. 6-2-pk- CO gallon hot water heater. Phon 2021. Electric Washing Machine. Children's Lawn Swings Steel Watering Troughs. 380 Gal. Fuel Tanks. Blylhcvlllc Machine Shop 5]15-ck-t rain feeds — Hay—Poultry—Dalr ami Mule feeds. Blylhcvllle Grai & Elevator Co. 5-W-ck-l For Rent Warehouse, 10x50. in renr of US' building. Entrance from alley. Sc Mr. Htuizog at Hurt's Bakery. 6-24-ck-S HOU1ZONTAI, 1 Pictured late screen slar, Room in private, home. Automatic cooling system. Twin beds. Phone 2844. 5124-ck-3L 13 Home o( Abraham 14 Visionaries 15 Lett river 18 Crimson ISA-tiptoe 19 Entirely 20 Czars 23 Street labbr.) 24 A ft'ray 20 Genuine 28 Rabbit 2 9 Born 31 Carrier 34 Sprite 37 Opus labor,) r 38 Look askance ' 39 Babylonian deity 40 Narrow inlet 42 Mingles 44 Golf term 45 Genus of grasses 41 Vegetable 49 Demolished 51 Shouts 54 Malt drink 55 Dine f>G Palm lily 57 He had prom• inent roles fSj silent v/ films E9 Any 61 Symbol for tellurium .* 'V> Ejects V 6'3 Indian clan VERTICAL . 1 Injured 2 Native mclals 3 Paki notice. 4 Railroad (abbr.) "v 5 Beverage' 6 Nocturnal *; 22 Tree nuid flying ;V u Disfigure 1 mammals '' : 25 Symbol foi 'i Leave out 8 Separate (abbr.) 9 War risk (abbr.) 10 Bone 11 Story 12 Ile.M'iy IVCIiallense 19 To the shell cred side Musit note for erbium 21 Lounge 28 Flock 23 Neither 301(00! flmal 32 Ankara 44 Pallid | 40 Whirlwind ' 48 Early English (ubbr.) ^ 49 1'raporllon • "* 50 Moliammcdan religious ' "' teacher 52 Tardy 33 Nine nnd one 53 I'lnnl parl 35 Meadow 30 Distant 41 Church part ft Wicked 43 Enemy agent 57 Thnl one 58 Nova Scotia 59 Near GO Negative 1 . Two room furnished house. 1925'W. Sycamore. 5;24-pk-27 Nicely furnished 2096. bedroom. Phone 5j23-pk-2C Furnished apartment. 401 E. Ash & Lilly Sts, 5-19-pk2C Bedroom. 1125 Hearn. Phone 3316. 5-10-G-10 5-24-pk-2 OHIce In Inrram Building. Inquire at the Parkhurst Co. 11-30-ck-tf , All types of motors repaired, Armature winding. Refrigerators nnd rebuilt motors for sale. Rowen Electric Co., 120 N. First, Phone 3921. 28ck28 Bedrooms for rent with kitchen privileges and maid service. Phone 2133. 19-ck-tf | Building, grocery and meat market doing good cash business. Would sell stock and fixtures and rent building. See me—H. C. Campbell, 120 So. Second Street, Phone 44G. 5-19-pk-26 | USED PIANOS bought and sold. George Ford, Hardaway Appliance Co. 5-1-ck-l | Table moSel Bi»etrlc Radios at The Radio Hospital, 204 W. Ash. | Table and Console RADIOS Electric and battery. HARDAWAY APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. 7-cV7 Lost spare wheel and casing, in vicinity of Chlcknsnwba, Heari and Holly S(s. Reward. Joe Whls- enhunt, 1301 W. Sycamore. 5;25-pk-2' Elgin wrist watch with gold sprini wrist band. Lost nt Golf Cours or Walker Part:. Reward for re turn to Joe Evrarci. Phone 265 or 2811. &122-ck-5|2 Help Wanted Experienced colored tractor drive Can furnish share crop if desirei H. L. Reynolds, Missouri stale lim Services Political Announcements Tt:e courier News n«s been «u- thorlzcd to announce tha following cnntildBCies, subject to the Democratic primary In August; STATE KEPKESKNTAT1VB ALENE WORD (for re-election, Post No. 2) W. J. WUNDEUIiIOH ((or rc-clecilon, Post No. 1) J. LE1S DEAR DEN (for re-election, Post No. 3) LUOIEN E. COLEMAN E. 0, "GENE" FLEKMAN (Post NO. 4) SnF.nil'F AND COM-EOTO* HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY' TltKASUKKtt R. n. (SKEET) STOUT MISS DELLA PUU'l'LE COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COUUT CLEUK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-elfctlon) COUNTY CI.C11K T. W. POTTER j (for rc-clcctlon) STOKM SKWElt Al.t 81/KS Cheaper Than llrldco Lumber Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone G91 0»c»oU, Atk. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER* ' • Termites may be ruining your property. Call me f(K • check-up without cost Or obligation. ' '** HATS, MICK AND KbACIl CONTROL , .' GUARANTEED WORK \ H. C. BLANKENSHIP S09 E. Kentucky Phone 2JJt PRESCRIPTIONS Frwhrtt Stock Guaranteed Best PricM Kirby Drag Stores Vidow by death wants housework, but no laundry. Please call in person at 100 E. Sycamore. 52|4-pk-31 EXPERT RADIO SERVICE. Auto and home electric sols repaired. I.OY EICII CHEVROLET Co. 5-22-ch-22 fl us sharpen nnd repair your lawn mower while our parts and repairs last. Blylhcvlllc Machine Shop. 5115-ck-lf Attic fans, custom built, installed Weidman Bros. Phone 4GQ. 5-19-pk-G-19 SEWING LESSONS — Complete 8 Lesson Course. $10.00[_ Persona Instruction. Your choice of Dressmaking, cutting nnd fitting, styling, etc. Afternoon and night Classes now forming. Repairs to nil makes of sewing machines Singer Sewing Machine Co., Phom 2782,114 So. Broadway 5-5-ck-C- Rough dry laundry, also, spreads blankets, light quilts. 409 E. * Main. • ' 5-3;pk-G- Wanted to Huy SPIUNGFIELD, Mo. (UP) —Miss helma Ruth Davis, valedictorian f the graduating class of the lansfield High School here, slooil efore an audience of over 1,000 crsons recently and unfalteringly ave her address to the class while bodv of her brother, Sgl. Ix>w- 11 M. Davis, who was killed In n lane crash the week before, lay nt parents' home not fur away. Highest Prices Paid For Cars & Trucks All Makes & Models GULF Service Station At 5th Main Sts. —OR WE'LI, SEU, them for you fur ;i snuill com mission liriiif; them in for nil detail' Elmer Connlnfrham VULGARIZING Tire & Tube Repair Cotton Belt K.H. ft B. K-mj. «1 with Enfler Am. PU.I ,lnsl Received, Carload RUBY GLOW PRICES EFFECTIVE THIS WEEK ONLY Arkansas COAL! Tiny Safe— nil your bin now. E. C. ROBINSOK LUMBER CO. Slock No. | (iliA 7-1 A i:i« 1MB mil I USA 2(l<l 1571! 205 Mill 11)11 1 I (Kill in:)? in. 1 )!) urn i<>:ii |!i:!8 IM; Model . ' I'OKI) 2 I)0()R Mri'liiihlnilly OK, fi <!mi<l Tiros I'OKI) COUP 10 (i (!y1, (iiuiil Tin's, <!ootl- Mpclinntrul Comlllton CIIKVUOUCT-l DOOR SUDAN NV»' I'uliil. »Scjil Cuvrrfi. Gcmil Tli'o.s CIIKV ROUST 2 DOOR llim'lk'iil ItulihiT PLYMOUTH 2 DOOR A Hcitl liny t •TORI) 2 IKK) It •!•(,') llNili'r i'OKD COUI'K , , | TOW) i'lCKUl' / | (t.VllillK I'l-ICC) TOW) I'lCKUl' ({.'ullliiK I'rlct) I'rlco $tuor. 1 ()!».-> 7<l!i 44!) <ii>r> M5 !7fi 4'I!).9S 'IGU.Sti Many Other Cars—All Makes, All Models LOY EICH CHEVROLET COMPANY Blytheville OPEN DAY & NfTE Phone 578 | State • Certified, Ceresan-treated Deltapine 12 cottonseed, $5.00-100 KJjf $90.00 Ton'. Ralsoy soybeans, divined 53.25 bu. Not Cert. $2.75 bu: Tenn. and Dortch hybrid corn. Will trade 2 .bu. our treated for 3 bu. your untreated cottonseed. Biirdctte Plantation, Burdette. 10-ck-6-10 | BICYCLES for men and women, boys and girls. Tom Little Hardware Co., Inc. 51S-ck-8 | Certified cabbage plants, free trom yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds of flower plants and seeds. Heaton's Home of Flowers. Davis Avenue at Franklin. '3-2-ck-tf 15 Able bodied men are needed by the IJlytheville Canning Company to help save the largest pea crop in the history of Mississippi County. If you are interested apply at the local United Stales Employment Service, 118 South Second Street at once. Phone 2881. 5-23-ck-2G Yovmg puppy. No special bred Phone 3374. 5;24-pk-27 Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Experienced presscrs and Hud- seamslrcsses. Apply son Tnilor Shop. 5-17-ck-17 J. LOUIS CHERRY RfpresentinR NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Blytlieville, Ark. ill Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up 7 Maintain yonr car for the duration with our thorough "Fro-1 tcctlve Scnice" and avoid damage ana dcsfruction of vital parts) hard to replace. if CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM] if. CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS * TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES ^ TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR Come In NOW for our SPECTAT,' SPUING CHECKUP. Minor I repairs nnd adjustments TODAY will prevent expensive over-1 hanls tomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO: lorn and hay, top price? paid. Blythevllle Grata &. Elevator Co. 8-ck-u Will pay 20o per aoz. for wlro coat hangers. Hudson Cleanera. Army Ordnance supplied the Army Air Force with the mnchine! guns, cannon and bombs which destroyed 11,042 enemy planes in 10-13. Tough, long wearing leather, workninnslup Hint equals the Eciitlier tiualily. Close prices for ItKAI. SERVICE. .nHfl LTCRS rUflLITV SHO€ SHOP .JJ'1 • Wi 'MH I N f»T. Ry V. T- HAMLIN JusL »• Thought MEAN. AVEN6IW&"?! NEVER /' THINK NOT YOUR X" UTKTD in°H,AC ALL SENSELESS JEST YrSin^M ABOUT SHWIN& WILL ) f^f^T,™ DETER MY AVEN6IN6 / FOR QUESTION BLAPE; / IN& ' MO NOW CURSE \OURSEtF FOR A L FOOL--FOR NO MAM LA.V5 HANPS ON ME AND LIVES THINK TM 30NWA BE POIN' ALL THIS CUTTIM' IS 6OIN' ON? •(HERE'S SUMPIN WAMTA KMOW FRECKr-KS ANT) HIS KUHCNDS 'J'ncirut Nultv By MERRILL BLOSSER MEMBER OF .l PUNBR'Al DIHf!tTORS Pa SERVING NATION-WIDE BURIAL INSURANCE Complete Family Coverage HOLT FUNERAL .HOME Phone 571 for Details WHAT IF VOU DID SNAG YOUR. \ No! I'D HAVE TO &Q BARS- NYLON STOCMWGSf CAM'r WF FOOTED—AND »ESIPES, M/ GO To TME ALSONQUIM DANCE" / FACE IS SWOLLfi^ FROM D.P.LI 4 Cottonseed 1 3-32 to l!/a Inch Staple Early Variety ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 Sec EARL MAGERS Dell, Ark. Phone 635 TeL 151 Ford De*fer lib A Wftlnill WE'VE A GOOD L/NE OF USED CARS and TRUCKS «; Will Pay TOP C4SH PR/CES For Used Cars and Trucks—See Us Before 1 You BUY or SELL! BUFORD MARTIN Showrooms 114 W. Main • Phone 565 GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service 'Also—Vulcanizing and Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. Ilwy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH/C PHYS/C/ANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER; OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 Main BlytheTilIe } Ark. Phone 2921 OIDMT SAV RIGHT THING/ ; YOU GOTO THE DANCE 'BAREFOOTED, NO- •BODV'LL LOOK AT !VOUR FACE / By FRED BARMAN WrSboF TAKES ENfO IORLD YOU'LL S E FOK WS UMtr-J ^\l (>>tM OtT TO .flhAMOE.^ WE -SE 11-- WORi<lSl" ON 1 1OIJC: 1 -^.._^E.rcD/.y ? 1 W .SAME.'/ • v' BY LESLIE TURNER WASH TUHBS THAT'S THE REASON FOR OUR HURRV. IT'S AT ANY R«TB,VJEU HWE TO ATTACK QUICKLY OR THE JOB WILL BE DIFFICULT IPON'TLMPE R5TAN D HOW THE JAPS FOUtTO OUT A6AWST DEFENSE OUT6UE45EP UiCAPTMN BY EDGAR MARTIN HOOTS AND HER BUDDIES

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