The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 8, 1944
Page 7
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^THURSDAY, JUNE 8. 1944 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Mlnlnium Charge ... «,)„ 1 time per line. ....,;.";; Jte H times per line per dav i?« ^Imes per line Sr^;;; 'g iTilmes per line per day.,..;" 70 12 times per line per day ' B^ l Month per line...... g X? Ads ordered for three o'r'six'tWs and stopped before ttpinUtai*M ^ Ch 5 r£e ? f -° r tne numl *r of times wnmad a e PPCare<JflndadJ ^ mento1 All Classified Advertising CODY submitted by persons residing out- £lae of the city must'be accompanied by cash. Kates may he easily computed from the above table. Advertising ordered for irregular Insertions takes the one time rale No responsibility will be taken Ipr more than one Incorrect Insertion ot any classified ad For Sale For (arm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. OUSTAF- SON', Farm Sales, Clarkton, Mo. - 6-8-pk-8 COAST GUARDER •— __^____ HORIZONTAL 56 Sea caglos '.S) 1 Di A ii.__j __ n fr.i.i.1 v ' 5 rooni house and lot now vacant For cash. Write Box 335, Mohette, _Ark. C;5-pk-l2 Two residences near business section. One will be vacant June 15 We do not try, but get the lob done. H. c. Campbell. Phone 440. Renewed pre-war bicycles. Guaranteed. Chtsum's Dike Shop 2020 w Cherry. Plione 59C. fl|5-pk-7[5 Savage automatic 23 calibre rllle With telescope sight nntl nminu-' nit ion. Turner Kissell, Phone 411 or 2 -" 5 - C-O-pk-9 For Safe 50 head of white faced steers, weighing about. :!00 pounds. Leo Swift Blythevllle. G 8 _ llk .i Southeast Missouri farm lands for sale. Some real bargains in good farms, large and small, where ^ prices are yet low. 180 acres. All in cultivation. Black gumbo colton, corn and bean land Improvements include G room house. This land will produce 1 mile east of Gideon, Mo. Price is 3125 per acre. Terms 288 acres, 240 In cultivation. Near Dudley, MO. Good 6 room house Barns 50x10 and 40x50. Granary 30x40; good hen house 20x40 Also other small buildings. Here is a fine all around farm that will really produce. Buildings are all m extra fine condition. Land lies level and is well drained. This is real buy at $70 per acre acres In Butler County, Mo., just iniles from Poplar Bluff 140 acres in cultivation. Buildings include a 5 room house and a bam sized 40x50. Price is only $25 per acre. 120 acres In Butler County, Mo 1 miles from Poplar Bluff, so acres in cultivation. Buildings are only fair, but this is offered at only $40 per acre. If interested in Southeast Missouri farm bargains, call or write and we will send you Information on oilier farms we have for sale W. E. GUSTAFSON, Farm Sales Ciarkton, Mo. B-a-pk-n 3 model H John Deere tractor Good rubber. -A complete outfit, including mower. Ellis Implement Co. 0|7-pk-10 Suburban grocery with living quar- C. Campbell. Phone 445. 0|0-pk-13 Mixed lumber, 2"-$40 per thousand. Phone 3309, So. 21st St Pride Addition. 0. s. Rolllson. ' 5|29-ck-tf 1941 Chevrolet Spec. Deluxe Coach. Extra clean inside and out. Radio, heater, seat covers, low mileage, good tires. Call tmi. 0|2,pk-9 Wanted to Buy Will pay'cash for $10,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 200 per aoz. for wlro coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. Wanted To Kent Unfurnished bedroom. Phone ^ OC7. «|8-pk-15 3 room furnished apartment. Phone 431 - 8|2-pk-9 Vound Pair of rimless glasses in Post office. Loser rimy claim by identifying and paying for this advertisement,. 6-8-dk-ll Services Experienced bookkeeper wants pnrt time bookkeeping work. Phone 28 °8- 0!5-pk-]9 1939 Packard 4 door Sedan. Good tires—motor just, been overhauled Phone 3114. 6|7-pk-ld Bicycle and B-B gun, $30.00 404~E t: 6[7-pk-d Electric stove 'in good condition. • Phone 5G4. 6|6-pk-9 See the new General Electric food dehydrators at Planters Hardware, formerly Tom Little Hardware Co. 5-31-ck-31 FOR QUICK SALE list your property with: H. C. CAMPBELL Pho 446. Office 120 S. 2nd, with Lucien E. Coleman. 6|2-pk-7j2 Bath tubs, Sinks $9, pipe 8c ft., Commodes, special price $1595 Must sell, 605 Chlckasawba. • S|26-pJc-6|26 TaWe model electric radios. Cheaper at Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 5129-pk-6|29 Table and Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAWV/ APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. 7-ck-? State Certified, Ceresan-treated Deltapine 12 cottonseed, $5.00—100 Its. $90.00 Ton. Ralsoy soybeans. Certified $3.25 bu. Not Cert. $2.75 bu. Tenn. and Dortch hybrid corn Will trade 2 bu. our treated for 3 bu. your untreated cottonseed Burdette Plantation, Burdette. 10-ck-8-10 WANT TO SELL OR TRADE YOUR FARM Right Now! . See Rioles Land Co. RUSSELL E. RIALES Goff Hotel Phone 2028 or 2029 HesidcBce Phone 2330" C;2-pk-16 EXPERT RADIO SERVICE! Auto and home electric sets repaired. LOY EICH CHEVROLET Co. 5-22-ch-22 1 Pictured com- 57 Emblem maiulcr of U. 58 Compound S. Coast Guard, Vice Admiral — 13 Angry ^S 14 On account j (abbr.) 15 Jumps 16 Companion 17 Transpose (abbr.) ; ; 18 Veteran (coll )' BSpriti ^™>OHO^^ ether 59 Onagers VERTICAL ' 1 Mature _^___ 2 Chaldean city 22 Cobhiiig vessel 41 Horsemen STreeflnM 23 Til place of \MRal 4 Stellar body 24 Enlnngle/'J< 44 Systems of 5 Lnmprey ,_,, 2b Procce<l (,^, : religious belief catcher ^4!jfJ 28 Golf terrn^ ' 45 Emnnnte « Fntc ' •«>"» , 20 John (Gaelic) 48 To Hie si 7 Armed conflict 30 Hebrew lellor icred side ('- ; B Sprites r,M^\ 31 Flfsl woinnn 50 Roulcs (abbi-,) 'i 32 Diminutive of 52 Female ruff/. 2l™« " Hor^er? ^Unc^e,, ? **.$£& food ?'",. <, abb V'L_,, . • • 35 Cl- y '<«• M P nt Me («M>r. '24 Myself ':*% 25 Symbol for silver 27 Proportions 30 Parent 31 Son of Scth ; (Bib.) ., .*33 Close i-v^-« 34 Wagers ' ""£ 3 6 Symbol for • tellurium t.$ 38 Half-em '^5 30 Mother ,.'-'» 40 Wandering ^ 43 His command is now part of • the U. S. ' armed , 4C Charged atoms 47 Designate , , 48 Augment ' ' .49 Ever (conlr.) 01 Sidelong • glances 54 Avoid Parker's Booms for men. build. Attic fans, custom built, installed Weidman Bros. Phone.460 ] Plan Vets' High School BOSTON (UP)—Returning Boston veterans of World War II will have their own high school to complete courses which were interrupted by induction. Instead of returning to public high schools' where some might be embarrassed because of their age, the veterans will attend classes at Boston Teachers' College. By V. T. HAMLDi AM XRSSY /P?OAStv. PBE-ny ;>;..'• ..'k V_.I,W> .1 , ' -T.V,' ' $ClS»3S - • — - , , ' i ,' -,, .. >•—,, , — _ /.P FRKCaESANI) HIS By JHERRtLL BL088B " AlWf - HTUREi GAINED i &£«? THAT )t«b DOSS WERST ) -ii SC{ > 54 Camel's hair i 37 Abstract being clolh "',! 1 txpincioVi V ; i™ u "&y WERP ^VSS" l ^Py-UNG OM A STOCK. Jp A STOCKING' REM.I.V CAN EXPLODE ,THeN, • WELL/AS l ALWAYS SAY- , ^^ NOTHING VENTURED, } ^ -Off -. a C, A STOCKING eur KERFS , •ntEOKGTlCAU.Y, THIS SHOULD KNOCK EKPLOOE? /THEM«e ^'^V(S R( \ TSSr/SSBTS THIS IS FUN, , ^BBsVl rnp^c TOR-fAE—- «N*«S|S£i! rti rv\KE • / JF.^3 \ note CALLS 7 IJI'^'W Ja^—m RVPER SWLY REFUSE Practical mires to cnre for elderly woman. No heavy work. Write Bo.x DEF, Courier News. C[1-pk-14 One plantation Blacksmith. Phono 2088. 5120-ck-tf Experienced presscrs and seamslressts. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. , 6-17-ck-17 WASH TUBBS LESLIE TUHNER . , ;" Ti/HOWEVER, WE PO HOLD A SI7A >V WEC66f2j«?UWP - * WHICH ^ BE EVACUATED, Experienced cooks and waitresses Apply Hotel Noble. Ifl-ck-tl ,,, fJO CHANGE Of ETT1W6 THEM OFF THg ISLAND > WOW Brown ladles purse. Contained personal papers. Reward. Return to 120 S. 18lh St. C-O-pk-9 iHATEifAPFP THESOMBNfi ItOOTS AND ItER BUDDIES OY 'JEPGAR MARTIN For Rent Gqod 4 room house at Slaleltno Furnished or unfurnished. Call Mrs. C. E. Pisk, 712. G-G-ck-9 Bedroom, convenient to bath, or will share home. Phone 2480. o;c-pk-S Modern furnished npnrlment.~lM'.<; W. Main. Call 5G5. 6-5-ck-8 Bedroom, convenient Io bath. 310 West Walnut. C-0-pk-£ Bedroom for rent, private entrance 209 West Kentucky. Mrs. Slsk. fij3-pk-10 Bedroom adjoining l)nlhTaitic~[im 1017 Walnut. Phone 251G. C-I-ck-tf 5|30-pk-GI30 Bedroom. 1125 Hearn. Phone 3316, 5-10-6-10 OBlce In Ingram Building. Inquire st the Parkhuist Co. 11-30-ak-tf An aircraft carrier requires about ll.pOO to'ns- of ordinnrj' steel to Klmer CthYnlniihnwi VULCAMIZinG Tire ft Tube Repair Oottoo Belt RJL A g. Hwj. II with Eagle* A«. K«.) B I DOLE EXTERMINATORS Contract Service in Pest Conirol. Free Estimates. 115 S. Third p llonc 2 , 51 Approximately one-fourth of the land surface of the United States is still forested. 4PTICDL STORE PRESCRIPTIONS Freshert Stock Gnmrtnteed Best Prim Kirby Drng Stores F-O-R-D 0-W-N-E-R-S ECONOMY SPECIAL Only 4.30 Save! Clean and Adjust Carburetor Distributor Spark Plugs Fuel Pump Gasoline Motor Oil Wear and Tear Time and Money Save FOREMOST SERVICE for FORD OWNERS Come In Today PHILLIPS MOTOR CO: Tel. 453 Authorized Ford Dealer sih A Walnut Let Us Help SAVE YOUR EYES I 209 W. Main St. Phone 2912 Saye 50% On TRUSSES Steel and Elastic STEWART'S D r n i S t • r e Main & Lake Phone 2822 Ladles wrist watch. Tinder return ' and receive reward. Mrs. Gus Eberdt, 1113 Hearn. Plione 270G. 0[2-pk-9 Political Announcements >i..TKt Courier News bag b««n thortzed to announce tbe following candidacies, subject to tie Democratic primary In August: STATE REt'RESENTATITl ALEWE WORD (for re-election, Post No S) W. J. WUNDEHUCH Cfor re-election, Post No. I) J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election, Post No. 3) LTJOIEN E. COLEMAN T E. C. "GENE" FLEEMAN (Post No. 4) PROSECUTING ATTORNEY IVIE C. SPENCER SHERIFF AND COLLEtrtOB HALE JAOKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON COUNTY TREASURER R. B. (SREETn 8TOUT MIS3 DELLA FURTLE COUNTY JUDGE ROLAND QREEN (for re-election) CmctHT COURT CTEBK HARVEY MORRIS (For re-election) CODNTY CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Refrigeration Service F. W. TATUM Phone 551 WPVF A GOOD ONE OF 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 ISERVING NATION-WIDE AMBULANCES Equipped With Oxygen Units For Your Better Protection HOLT FUNERAL HOME Phone 571 for Details GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service 'Also—Vulcanizing and Tire Repair WADE GOAL CO. N..Hwy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCERJ OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic'514 Main Blytherllle, Ark. Phon* 2S21 SAFETY Service Suggestion For June Accident Rate Soars As Cars Grow Older Over liillinn In Properly Loss; 800,000 Injured In Past Yciir ( Xadnnal figures, Just released, show MIC trafOc nccldont trenU has been on ll.e inrrcasc since .lunc, 191S, wltli .lainiary showing » 30 ,,cr ccnl incre.Tse over ll,c s.ini<. moiitli last year. Alrcaity the mouiilliic acciilcnt loll has rcachc.l an all lime high of over a Billion annually In proiicrly damages and 800,000 Injured. These figures point on( Rraplircally lhal (lie IncrcasiiiR age of motor vehicles results In a |jro^rc.Mii-c ilcrrc;isc in s;(fcty n;t (lie road. Unless steps arc taken to sec that motor vehicles arc kept running SAFELY, our Iniiuiiorlalloii system will soon be In such a chaotic stale Hint nroiliiclioii and delivery of nar materials und esscnlial civilian proitucls will tic .seriously threatened. V REMOVE Wheels, cfedn Brdke Drums and Shoes. * INSPECT and report condition of Brake Lining. : * LUBRICATE CabMs and Mechanism.^ * ADJUST Brakes and Pedof Clearance. * REFILL or replenish Hydraulic SyVtem as required. • , ' * INSPECT and report condition of Front End Assembly and factors affecting Steering Control. . r Safeguard YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR CAR- 5" ich Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 DON EDWARDS BOTAL, miTH, CORONA, AND RKMTNOTOH PORTABLk 111 H. IDA BTROT PHON1 Tr»«j»ctl6D Murt B« B»tlii»ctorj> The Best Gift of All For Dad Is YOUR PHOTOGRAPH All Work Positively Guaranteed O'STEEN'S STUDl'O 105 W. Main PLUMBING AND HEATING Punijjs . . . Well Pipes . . . Sfrainers BUTLER ENGINEERING CO. Osccola, Ark. Phone RADIOS, WASHERS and REFRIGERATORS Should Be overhauled For Summer; GUARANTEED WORK-REASONABLE PRICES HARDAWAV APPLIANCE CO. • 208 W. Main ' i ztri

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