Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 16, 1954 · Page 2
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HOPS STAR, HOPE, ARKANSAS Ugd Notice t .£.•?.. _"•* ....rf,*. , ... C6tmf .of HEMPSTEAD COUNTY, DEFENDANTS „ tftat'eufsuant to Act 119, Ark, Acts of 1935, i u »ciiuuici>v4 thgretS, there has been filed In the office of the Clerk IffigSteM Couhty Ghfeneery Court the Complaint of the State of rlBUS to quiet ottd confirm th said State Ahd/or redeemers, purchas- aonees ana aSJlghSv the title to certain lands mentioned in said »lht AM WAt W W6 eaiinty Of ttempstead Siate of Arkansas. .11 l^rSons wtto can set up any tight to the lands so forfeited and SF« helfetty warhed to fiimear Ut the Hempstead County Chancery l at the Seetembff, WS4 Term, after the publication of this notice, ' hwe,8«t day W Sfeplethber, 1954, and show cause, if any there 6 title id Sftld forfeited lands should not be confirmed, Veiled W the.State of Arkansas and/or redeemers, purchas- " 6 Ih ft* simple forevef. ikid lands And the names, of the persons, firms * taxes therebn are as follows: LANDS IN HBMPSTEAD COUNTY SITED FOR 1848 TAXES H, J'lrm St Corp. Last ng taxes" Th«t*<K» ii o « 41 M H <J < Cfteer TSWftlhlp 9 South, Rang* 25 Weet i ,., i.», , SW NE 36 Towh»htj» 18 South, Range 27 West t . .,, „,; „ , . NWNE 7 ToVWUhlp 14 South, Range 24 West E NW SE 3 Wllite * * >**i Q CflTtter . * J. > i W .*A" r I I . I £j 11 TV OIK O *,U.*J •OIL, &AS AND JWiNERXL RIGHTS FORFEITED FOR k**torL «- - HOJM'AYMENT OF 1949 TAXES 40.00 40.09 20.00 t, c o H $ 6.92 5.70 3.05 MARKETS SE NW sw NE - NE SE .•»»/<.. <('»! It. - JNJli S& . - niT*Wn«hJl»« South. Range 24 West 4 ' . SW NE ... . NW SE Tcwhshlp 12 South, Range 26 West fitly ... ,E NW NW SW NE .,.., ... t,« w NW NE bwn*hlp 12 South, Range 27_ West ',' ,. W 33 33 30 25 25 13 13 13 6 . . , . . .7 . „„," Townshp 13 South, Ran fl e 23 West Company ,. , . . .„., . f - „ SE NW 10 . YoWnshlfr 13 Sftuth, Range 24 West dley, ^nlsleti . , . SE SW 14 adley, TrttiWe . ,. ,, SW SW 14 adley, Trustee , . , SE SW 14 . il rjihy ., v ,,1 > . , , W SE 22 G, Murphy .. . , , . ........ Frl NE SE 22 &&' ' » "t • t6V 40.00) 40.00) 40.00 40.00 40.00 80.00) 10.00) 20.00 3.17.34 .80.00 • 327.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 .72 .89 .89 .39 1.24 .83 .B9 .89 .89 .78 1.00 1.00 1.00 6V^n«hlp 13 South, Range 26 West 109.00) 1.00 NE SE . E SW sy- NE Company:..",.'........;,... .............. . . NW SE Company „.-...„ 'N SW Cdmpfcny, SW SE LCid~Qll'Compa»y?..i W SW ijudi Oil Company &,, t .., E SW icis* Oil Company. NW fpld'pU;C0mpany ..>..„ SW SW ' niVCampany SE SE lUtJompany/..., •, NE SE Jll tJbifttttiWy V.. SE NE lUntjOll Company , NWi Amount QM.Oorripany • NWy 4 tooint OitCdmpany W NE tntoiqtt OUCompasy NB NE tipount'oiliOorrtpany 1 '."r!..,"..,"i.'.."..'..,..!."....'SE SW Danv.tS:,!.,...,.: } , ,„ ,, SW SE, ,..,. . L ..; t. W SE it. N SW Jny ..„ , W W E .ji'any ., '.. u '5'Prl. arty NE NE • ' ' s sw NW Of Sec. 4 - 14S 27 35 27 27 35 26 .35 27 27 26 26 34 35 33 34 34 34 27 27 17 ' 33 34 32 34 33 9A\itr 40.00 80.00 80.00 40.00 80.00) 40.00 78.00 80.00 160.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 720.00) 40.00 560.00 ' 480.00 ) 233.80) " ,cld Oil-Company fern QU-CojnpAfty 13,South, Range 26 West J... :.. .1 NE NW 2G 26 26 26 26 26 20 .89 1.24 1.24 .89 1.57 1.24 1.24 1.93 .89 .89 .89 .89 2.27 1.00 5.38 4.69 2.90 1.93 • •.•$•' . N SE E NE SW NW NW & NW. SW WNESW NW SE jMdi.,, , , SE NE K£.... NE NE SE opaiiy "„.., N SW ipW NE NE 26 2 2 2 2 35 H 'YoWn»hlp 14 South, Range 23' West ..;,....- !...: E SW 20 Pt. NW SW 20 .r,,.:, E sw 20 A NW SW 20 Township 14 South, Range,24 West ..„.: NE NW 33 ipnny E SW & SE 28 NE NE 9 ,., ., ..„ , NWNW 15 lompany „, E NE 15 ,„.,..„, NE NW 24 patty ,..:.•.„ N NE SW 24 J p<»ny , SW NE 23 £ny*; W SW SE 23 fompaliy;,;, W SE SE 23 .—c^^ ' >E sw SE 23 .; ., s 50 A sw/4 13 , .ii.,... ,....A NE NE 17 .„ .„ ,, , SW NW 28 ihV '. NW SW 28 ,ftj .,^..i W SW 35 »»?..„.•> A,.U/,i SE 34 S T6wrt»hlp 14 South, Range 26 West Agt. ;,.,MM , E SE 19 -»-*— NW ypff 21 SE NW 21 NE SW 21 NE NW 21 r it'iio^uB«ce'.';i;':..;,':.;.;....,.:..,:....'::.,:: sw NE 34 t-etrolwm Co, „...,., Pt. W SE 34 OU C^pany ;...., N 16 A NW SW 36 ,OH .Company' - SW wv, 3fl ,-,-„,.,„ Oil Coropany W SE NE 35 fcmourit OU Company W NE SB 35 W. "Hunt ',.,..,.,.,.„ , , . W SW 24 W. Hunt ,, ( 4i/. „„', SE sw 24 W. Hunt .„(, .J....;.,! , N NE 28 W] Hunt C.t.VZ.r.?.'Vl"Vr"".ZZ'.'.'...l...'.'...'.'..'.. NW 28 OU.' W- w sw . Township 14 South. Range 2$ West Oil Company N SE OU Company „ , s NE »U-pmpa«y ,...." ,. SW SE ill Company E NW '" "— f^-f- iff j^g "" W NW , NE NE ... WNW NE 28, 28 28 2 2 3 2 2 2 4 3 2 , ,.. E NW LANDS IN HBMPSTEAD COUNTY FOR 1949 TAXES ••a TOWN OF FULTON 9mlth Addition 440.00 40:00 223.00) 160,00) 80.00) 40.00) 80.00 80.00) 2.0(1) 40.00) 2.00 40.00 240.00 40,00) 40.00) 80.00 40.00) 20.00) 40.00) 20.00) 20.08) 20.00) 50.00 40.00 40.00) 40.00) 80.00 100.00 80.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00) 2.00) ) 96.00) 80.00) 40.00) 80.00) 40.00) 160.00) 80.00) 80,00) 80.00 W.OO 80.00 80.00 80.00 40.00 80.00 ifio.on 80.00 4,33 • .89 /ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, ill. OB. — Hogs 8,500; fairly active, un- tvcn; barrows and gilts 180 Ib up steady to 10 lov/nr than yesterday's average; mostly steady; fhler vvt'ighls strong to 25 high or sows mostly steady, spots 25 lowwer: bulk choice 180-230 Ib 20.25-60: few lots choice No. 1 and 2 20.65; load and small lots largely choice No. 1 26.75 240-270 Ib 25.00-20.15; few 270-300 Ib 23.00; 130-170 Ib 2,5.25-26.50; sows 400 Ib down 23.00-75 heavier sows 22.0 75; boars 15.50-20.00. Cattle 4,000. calves 1,100; fairly active demand for steers with soinn inili.il nnlcs fully steady to strong on Rood and choice steel's at 20-2-23.00; small lot prime year ling steers 25.00 heifers and mtxfld yciarlings pening steady; i,'oo<l and choice 18.50-21.00; cows rather slow; some opening sales toady but little done to big packers; utility and commercia largely Jl.on-12.50; canners and cut tors 9.00-11.00; bulls steady utility niirl commercial 12.00-14.00 cutter bulls largely 10.50-11.30; venl- crs and calves unchanged; good and choice 21.00-27.00; few prime £9.00 commercial and good 15.0021.00. Sh'jcp 1,100; Irirnbs active, strong to 25 hiphcr; top at 23.00 same ns yesterday but paid much more freely, including two loads 10( and 110 Ib lambs; bulk early sales choice to prime woolskins, mosl of which over 100 ib, 22.50-23.00; one smnll lot 23.25 to butcher bu( not enough to call a top; shipper; took mosl early lambs; aged sheep steady; slaughter ewes 3.00-5.00. NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK, Feb. 0 W) — The stock market slipped lower today despite some areas of resistance lo the fall. . /•• • The retreat w6nt to around points at theoutside while gains seldom got to as much as a point. New York Central, the big star yesterday, staged a delayed opening again with n reverse twist. Yesterday the floor of the exchange was deluged with buying orders, and it took governors two hours and 20 minutes • to , scale up enough sellers, to /make an open> ing block o£ 65,000 ^shares at 26. The;stock closed up/i/ a at 25 ] / 4 . Today there / was* . a delay of around 40 minutesas^selling orders hit the floor, and governors had a hard time finding buyers until the prie ,was sut back I'/i at 24 on wo blocks of 30,000 and 15,000 shares. The stock improved from its low. within a short time but sank back ..again undet* additional offerings. . • . , '"" ' .,', and GRAI.N .AND PROVISIONS CHICAGO, Fob. JO (ffl — All grains fell -bak on tho Oa8vin2 Trade today under light selling : pressure inspired in part by the weather. . . While the Southwestern winter wheat belt did not,get much moisture, ther was-' ample rain or snow in much of the 'Midwest and Northwest. ThifS .brought quite a bit f,-selling' into v oa'ts, coi new crop -when f^i'' Soybeans also sank, largely because buying/interest seemed to lag at 'current; vprice levels. Bean meal ontinuecl to ' move ahead, setting new '1954 high at $78,000 to $70.50 a ton.. ' Cash wheat: None. Corn No. £ lioOJ.yellow i;54-5.S}'2;--/-jfq:.' 3 1.52^-54; No. 5 1,55; Sa^priJ^-.^rado 1.48'/20. Oats nonn. sTojib^ans none. Barley nominal: -I/talting 1,20-6? feed 93-1.1(5. Field seed per 100 Ib nominal; White ; lo^r 10.00-10.6017.0; timothy 12.50-13.50; red clover 27.00-28,00. .89 .89 1.00 3.27 1.45 1.45 1.23 1.23 1.00 1.00 1.00 .89 1.93 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.OO 1.24 2.27 .80 l.?4 1.24 1.24 .89 1.24 i.na 1.24 POULTRY AND PRODUCE CHICAGO, Fob'. 16 (UP) Produce; ' • Live poultry: Market steady. 10 trucks. .••..'• Chicago poultry board price hanges sine yesterday: Old roosters l(i 'cents a pound. Turkeys; Toms 27; hens 38. Butter: 880,480 pounds. Market steady; 93 score 63 cents a pound; fl2 score G5; 90 sore 02 89 sore 0212 a riots: 90 score 63 ; 89 score S!2. Eggs: 9,199 cases. Market weak. Whih; large ertras 60-69.9 per cent A and over 44>/ a ; mixed large extras 60-(i9.9 per cent A and over 44ii; mediums CO-60.9 per cent A und over 43!<>; standards 43; current receipts 41'/ 2 dirties 40; cheks 40 . LITTLE ROCK (ffi — Batesville- McNAB Mnxwoll Addition 7 11 12 9 TOWN Of QSAN TdvyN'of ... 1- NV» JO'xlSO' 8 8.02 .84 .yo 2.80 20.91 .80 1.10 1.00 .80 .80 ,86 1.39 We Say "FREE"! We Mean ! B ; E •; $1.00 Tube Pile Ointment j Noted Clinic Mokes Most Unusual Offer to Any Afflicted Person- No Coupon — No Charge There are no "strings"; we don't mean free "with" something! Wo mean just this: In orde-r to introduce it to anyone who is afflicted with Piles (Hemorrhoids) or any similar rectal condition, the Thornton Minor Clinic will send free on request, a full-size $1.00 tube (not a mere eainple) of Thornton Minor Pile Ointment—free and post' : age paid. Send only your f «U nsunCi, age and address. A post card will do. However, this offer is limited and may be withdrawn at? »oy tlroe, go we suggest you write, »t once. Address Thornton Minor Clinic. 811,B Linwood Blvd., J&IUHM City 9, Mo. This offer it exactly M | slated ahove—no charge—no obll-i gatfou—jio bill now <?r let«*v .„J floral area: Market steady. Demand good. Offerings reported as barely adequate to adequate with some growers holding for higher prices. Prices at the farm, broilers or fryers, 2'/ 2 to 3 pounds, 20 to 21 cents. Mostly 20 ents. NEW YORK COTTON NEW YORK Feb. 16 (ffl — Cotton futures were irregular today. Old rop months sagged as licuidation in nearby March increased prior to first notie day on Friday, More hedging was also in evidenc, while the recent extensive trade buing for mill and export accounts Pregnant Woman | Leaps Prom Truck NEWPORT, UP— Police today were investigating circumstahces surrounding t he fatal leap of a pregnant woman from a truck driven by her 24-year-old husband near here last night. State Trooper Don Wilcox said Mrs. Alfred D. Lofton, 25, died in a Newport hospital shortly after she jumped from the moving vehicle on Highway 67, two miles 20 Persons Are Continued from Page One ty of the college, which is located about three blocks north of the business district. Police and firemen called on the National Guard to help them clear away wreckage left in the storm's wake. Fallen power lines and broken gas mains littered the s trickeh area, hampering clean-up opera' lions. were notieabljl|jHjR0t' today. Reports of a sTSf mill demand jfor spot otton and'ireer selling of 'cotton by merchants on the recent 1 market rise reated some hosi- tany among traders. Late afternoon pries Were 50 cents a bale lower to 5 cents higher than the previous close. Murh 34.30, May 34.38 and July. 34.21. Paintings which have been found on the walls of European caves were put there by Cro-Magnon men as 30,000 years ago. Whalebone once was worth $10000 a ton. French officials say that traffic in the Place-Augustin in the center of the city makes more noise west of here. The trooper said "family trouble" led the woman to make the leap. Officers were investigating the case further. Stay Beautiful ,..by avoiding Monthly Look 1 No tell-tale signs on her fact became cramps, Jitters, bother her no more Why look older, worn out, jittery foj"2 or 3 days each month? Why let everybody know your "time" is here'/ Thousands of amtirt eirls and women take n little Cnrdul each day to help buijd new energy hiid resistance. They look, act, sleep better, feel less and less misery each month. Some even go 'through periods without pain after a while. Stay lovely all month — ask your dealer for Cardui. (Say: "card-you-evc"). MONTHLY CRAMPS CHANGE OF LIFE CARDUI ARTHRITIS! 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