The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 9, 1944
Page 7
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^FRIDAY, JUNE 9, ^^^^^^^^^^^••iM CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING INFORMATION Minimum Charge . 1 "me per line ...... 2 tjmw per line per day 0 per line per day per line per day... I! f 0 per line per day. Be 1 Month per line ...... jC .^ ds , 0rdered for tlire e or iii 'times and stopped before expiration wm be charged for the number or times WJI m adfl e PI * ared 8nd n »f °f , , A " |( Classified Advertising "copy fide o fV ?, ersons resldI »B TO™ nn i H v, clty must to a«om- panled by cash. Rates may be easily computed from the above table For Sale Dining room suite In good condition: 3123. G-9-ck-(f Baby buggy, practically new, rubber tires. Also high chair. In Kood condition. Phone 3255. 0-9-pk-ll HOMZONTAI, G4 She is a movie 1,6 Pictured y, • oelress. i ' C7 One who plays Frlglclaire In good condition B if Hoilgc, Biyihevlllo, lioute 3. ' ' C-9-pk-13 VERTlfr , > fci " ICA 'Jewels For farm bargains In Southeast Missouri write or see W. E. GUSTAPSON, Faun Sales, Clarkton, Mo. C-B-pk-8 6 room house nml lot now vacant For cash. Write Box 335, Mom-tic' Ark - G15-i>k-l2 Renewed pre-war bicycles. Guaranteed. Clilsmn's Bike Sliop, 2020 W. Cherry. Plione sss. 0|5-pk-7'5 .""FUICU uum me aoove table. • — .'" Advertising" ordered for irregular Slll ™ rl «» grocery with living qu7r- isertlons takes t tcrs - win ' -----—'—-o "«v«.ii:u lur irreRuia Insertions takes the one time rate No responsibility w m bo taken tor more than one Incorrect Insertion or any classified ad. For Sale 50 head of white faced steers, weigh about, 300 pounds. Leo Swift e;a-pk-i5 . farm ir sale. Some real ' bargains' In good farms, large and small, where prices are yet low. ICO acres. All In cultivation. Black fjuiiito cotton, coin and bean land improvements include 0 room house. This land will produce i mile east of Gideon, Mo. Price is $125 per acre. Terms 2«a acres, 240 In cultivation. Near Dudley, Mo. Good 6 room house Barns 50x70 and 40x50. Granary 30x40; good hen house 20x40 Also other small buildings. Here Is a fine nil around farm that will really produce. Buildings are all In e.xtm flne condition. Land lies level and is well drained. This Is ^i real buy at $70 per acre fK' acres in Butler County, Mo , just ' 8 miles from Poplar Bluff. 140 acres In cultivation. Buildings include a 5 room house and a bam sired 40x50. Price is only $25 wr acre. ' ' 120 acres in Butler County, Mo ^ miles from Poplar Bluff. 80 acres m cultivation. Buildings are only fair, but this is offered at only $40 per acre. If interested in Southeast Missouri farm bargains, call or wriie and we will send you information on other farms we have for sale W. E. GUSTAPSON, Farm Sales Clarkton, Mo. _ 0-8-pk-ll 1 model H John Deere tractor. Good rubber. A complete outfit, including mower. Ellis Implement Co . 617-pk-10 1939 Packard 4 door Sedan. Good tires—motor just been overhauled Phone 3114. 6j7-pk-!0 Mixed lumber, 2"—$40 per thousand. Phone 3309, So. 21st St FrM.?, ^Addition. O..S_RolUson. i ' ' * 5]29-ck-tf See Ihc new General Electric food dchydrntors at Planters Hardware, formerly Tom Little Hardware Co. •j£i -' 5-31-ck-31 0 . v ^ v * j ii*vt i uviiig l|ULH - tcrs. Will ii-ado for residence. H. ' ... , B|0-pk-13 ...BUT CARRY ON TH 1 WORK OF 1HIS EXPEDITION AtONE IHEV'D WANT ME TO CO THAT / For Rent Bedroom, convenient to bath, or will ^ share home. Phone 2480. ii;0-i>k-12 Large bedroom, clean and comfortable, with or without kitchen privileges. Corner of Dili, 811 Chickasawba, . l2Eleclriral en- Sincci- (abbr.) .13 Skill , 'H Native rac i a i ,ian sun 4 Irritate >'£ 5 Solar disk :> 28 Turkish lint 29 Anger 30 Laboratory 10 At nny lime 11 Require pli ...-. 20 Golf device 21 Slip on ice 23 Promontory „„ „.- - - 2-iRivor crossing lvcl ' banicr 25 Rough lava ^ ''' ° (f 27 Italian river *« Like^ 28 She has 27 f a(hc >' appeared in many 31 Operatic solos 35 Age ,30 Lyric poem ' 37 Striped animal .40 Addition . H .42 Half tin em ^ l Furnished bedroom, me Hearn St llo 'W 2804. M-pk-16 Bedroom for rent, private~ciurance' 209 West Kentucky. Mrs. Slsk. 6;3-pk-!0 Bedroom adjoining batli, attic fan 1017 Walnut. Phone 251G. 0-1-ck-tf Parker's Rooms for men. (abbr.) 44 Sour 47 So SOKxaminalion 54 Conducted '« (65 Exist .'J'?'56 Palm lily %'ft 58 Article " r 59 Beverage .60 Meadow 61 Elderly Bedroom. 1125 Hearn. Phone 3316. 5-10-G-IO Bi30-pk-Q[30 ,63 On account " ' : (abbr.) f^.. Oatce In Ingram Building. Inquire tJhe_Parkhurrt Go.U-30-nk-tt Wante'd to Buy Will pay cash for 110,000 worth of good used furniture. Wade Furniture Co. WUl pay zoc per aoz. for wire coat tangera. Hudson Cleaners. Wanted To Kent Unfurnished' bedroom. Phone COT? Found Pal: Ir of 'rimless glasses in Post Office. Loser may claim by identifying and paj-iiif tiscinent. for this ndver- Services Experienced bookkeeper wants part time bookkeeping work. Phone 2808 - G|5-pk-]9 FOR QUICK SALE list your property w.lth: II. c. CAMPBELL Pho 446. Office 120 S. 2nd, with Lucicri E. Coleman. 6|2-pk-7|2 Bath tubs, Sinks $9, pipe 8c ft., Commodes, special price $1595 Must sell, 605 Chickasawua. 5[2G-pk-Gj26 Table model electric radios. Cheaper at Radio Hospital. 204 W. Ash. 5[29-pk-6i29 Table and Console RADIOS. Electric and battery. HARDAWV/ APPLIANCE CO. Phone 2071. 7-ek-7 State Certified, Ceresan-treated Deltaplne 12 cottonseed, $5.00—100 Ibs. $90.00 Ton. Ralsoy soybeans Certified $3.25 bu. Not Cert. $2.75 bu, Tenn. and Dortch hybrid com Will trade 2 bu. our treated lor 3 bu. your untreated cottonseed. Hurdette Plantation, Burdette. 10-ck-6-IO WANT TO SELL - OR ^TRAD YOUR FARM Right Now! Sec Riales Land Co RUSSELL E. RIALES Goff Hofel Thoiic 20Z8 or 202!) Residence PJione 2330 C;2-pk-IG EXPERT RADIO SERVICE. Auto and home elcciric scfs repaired. LOY EICH CHEVROLET Co. 5-22-ch-22 liuinoiist i. I 34 Cciulcr 38 liriulit color 33 Any ,. 40 Alternating currenl .- ,J' (abbr.) -.*'* 41 ypgativo word Exclamatlori of sorrow 45 Collie • « 40 Notion '" •17 Woody plant 48 W.irmth 49 Halt 51 AiV. (r.alin) 52 Article of footwear tf 53 Kip '<• 55 Everything 57 Sick 02 District allor- ney (abbr.) Help Wanted Practical mires to care for eklcrly woman. No heavy work. Write Box DEP, Courier News. G|7-|)k-14 Experienced pressers and seamstrcssts. Apply Hudson Tailor Shop. 5-17-ck-17 Experienced cooka and Apply Hotel Noble. waitresses. ifl-ct-U Charges 2S-Ycar Absence STEUBENVILLE, O. (UP)— Mrs Ola Phillips has decided dial her husband "has left" her, and she has filed a divorce petition in common picas court. Mrs. Phillijre who charges .wilful absence, has not seen her husband since the month she ma'nied him--November, 1020. Attfe. fans, custom built, Installed Weidman Bros. Phone 460. 5-19-pk-0-19 PRESCRIPTIONS Prahest Stock Guaranteed Best Priet* Kirby Drag Stores F-O-R-D 0-W-N-E-R-S ECONOMY SPECIAL Political Announcements Tfte Courier News tat txtn au thorized to announce the toUovti candldndes, eubject to th» Democratic primary In Augiut: STATE REPRESENTATIVE ALENK WOKS (for rc-clecttqn, post No. 2) W. J. WUNDERUCH (for re-election, Post No. 1) J. LEK BEARDEN (tor re-election, post No. 3) LUOIEN E. COLEMAN E. C. "GENE" Fl.EEMAN (Post No. 4) PROSECUTING ATTOKNEV IVIE C. SPENCER SHERIFF AND COLLKOTO* HALE JACKSON (for re-election) W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON ; COUNTY TIIEASIWKB R. B. (8KEET) BTOUT MISS DELLA PUE11JE COUNTy JUDGE ROLAND'GREEN (for re-election) CIRCUIT COURT CLERK HARVEY MORRIS • (For re-election) COUNTY CLERK T. W. POTTER (for re-election) Elmer Cunningham VULCARlZinG Tire & Tube Rep«Jr * i. Hwj. II Am. PU) Cotton Belt (Formerly with Bl DOLE EXTERMINATORS Contract Service in Pest Control. Free Estimates. US S. Third Phone 2751 Saye 50% OB TRUSSES SteeJ and Elastic STEWART'S D r n » S t • r « Main & Lake Phone 2822 Clean and Adjust Carburetor Distributor Spark Plugs Fuel rump Save Gasoline Slolor Oil Wear and Tear Time and Money Only 4.30 Save! FOREMOST SERVICE for FORD OWNERS Come In Today PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. 453 Authorized Ford Dealer 51h & Walnut Let Us Help SAVE YOUR EYES1 209 W. Main St. Phone 2912 Refrigeration Service F, W. TATUM Dione 551 MEMBER OF WE'VE A GOOD L.'NE OF *JSED CARS and TRUCKS Will Pay TOP CASH PRICES For Used Cars and Trucks—See Us Before You BUY or SELL? BUFORD MARTIN Showroomi 114 W. Main — -_ Phone 565 SERVING NATION-WIDE AMBULANCES Equipped With Oxygen Units For Your Belter Protection HOLT FUNERAL HOME Phone 571 for Details GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service 'Also—Vulcanizing and Tire Repair WADE COAL CO. N. H\vy. 61 CEILING PRICES Phone 2291 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CAHCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 614 Main Blytherille,. Ark. Phone 2921 FRKCKI.KS K. WHAT WAS THAT SWFF USEO TO »rRFAT*v7HoS£ SIOCKINOS? I IT WAS HIS OWN CONCOCTION, MR.. MtGOOSEY' WELL, tr FAfteo TO SERVIT \H6WfNT- ITS puRrose, our ir HAS , to SEE A TRKMJNPOUS POSSIBILITIES'J CHEMIST WHERE 18 NUTTY NOW? ^ ABOUT , vtTT-—^ SOWETHWG I '' NUTFY RFAI.LV THOIX5HT H.C Hip A GREAT FORMULA / gin- He ioi.0 we He GUESSED IT WAS Jusr ANOTHER EXPIODED I KNOwf— I WAS TWEKE WHEN IT EXPLODED/ Ucudy ID llusllu By_ FRED BARMAN SO HE TO DUV OUR COW INSURANCE, HUH ! WASH TUIJBS Look Out, Jnps EASX you've SEEK ACHINCTOGETINON THAT RONOA RONdA ATTACK EVER SIMCE PECK0N3HAVESORTO HIMTEOATITFROMTIME 3 TIME,COLONEL HIMTED.EHi -WEIL, THE 10U6HESTf»fcT Of THE ATTACK LIES AHEAD- 6ETTIH6 THOSE JAP fiOPHERS OUT op THEIR HOLES: iD LIKE TO WATCH THAT PART OF OUR PLAN IN OPERATION,SUH... IT MAY HELP US IM FUTURE MISSIONS o' THAT TYPE /XRE FLYINfi A FIELP'Sp^rrtUttr TH« W A FEW. WlMUTES;:;i •THINK: W? CM* ? . fl»D ROOM OH OWE OF THEM FOR you. 1 »Y EDGAR MARTIN SAFETY Service Suggestion For June Accident- Rate Soars As Cars Grow Older Over Million In 800,000 Injured Properly In Past Loss; Year National figures, just release,!, show (he traffic accident trcn.l has uccn on Ihc increase since June, 19!:i, with January showing a HO ncr ccnl increase over (he same month last year. Already the mounting accident toll IPS reached an all time high of over u Billion annually in property damaBcs and 800,000 Injured. These figures point nut graphically that Ihc increasing aRc of motor vehicles rcsulls in .1 procrcsslic decrease in safely on (he roncl. Unless sl^ps arc Inkcu In sec that mntor vehicles are kept running SAFELY', our IransporUlion sjslcm will soon lie in such :i chaotic slate that production anil delivery of war materials and essential civilian products will be scrMusJy Ihrc.ilcncd. REMOVE Wheels, clean Broke Drums and Shoes. * INSPECT and report condition of Brake Lining. * LUBRICATE Cables and Mechanism. * ADJUST Brakes and Pedal Clearance. * REFILL or replenish Hydraulic System as required. * INSPECT and report condition of Front End Assembly and factors • affecting Steering Control. Safeguard YOURSELF, YOUR FAMILY, YOUR CAR— 520 Chevrolet Co. Phone 578 DON EDWARDS s The TjftwrUv MM" •OTAL, miTH. CWBONA, AND BEMJNQTOH FORTAKA 111 If. tau! BlKKJff PEON! Da (Jtverj Trumctlon Uuit e» The Best Gift of All For Dad Is YOUR PHOTOGRAPH All Work Posifive/y Guaranteed O'STEEN'S STUDIO 105 W. Main PLUMBING AND HEATING Pumps . . . Well Pipes . . . Strainers BUTLER ENGINEERING CO. Osccola, Ark, Phone G40 _t RADIOS, WASHERS and REFRIGERATORS Should Be overhauled I'or Summer; GUARANTEED WORK--REASONAB*.E PRICES HARD A WflY APPLIANCE CO. an

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