The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1939 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 26, 1939
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•T,. JUtY 26, 1939 , '(ARK,)' COURIER NEW3 Mississippi Politicians Candiclates Go On Record (Phonographic) And Use'Hill Billy Bands' . BY I.ARSTON D. FARUAlt NBA) Service Special Correspondent JACKSON,, Miss., July 28.—Hoi sylng, with variations, is getting a P'?y from' Mississippi's would-be governors tills summer. And tlie M? Idea Is la warm the voters t/> this or that candidate. j. Music—swing, string, orchestral and patriotic—keeps tlie political pot boiling ns never before in the Magnolia State, where fcr decndes political races have been called "hot" mabiiy because of the fervor 9f; th,e .candidates nnd the scorch- Ing; weather thai precedes the August, Democratic primary. Now, where the "sliver tongue" once held sway, the No. 1 "come On" used by politicians is music. Every cnndidatc is using at times some kind of band, quartet, orchestra or choir to drum up crowds, which, Incidentally, seem to, prefer mere music and less talk BLARES FROM LOUD-SPEAKERS The gubernatorial—and lesser- candidates are using more and swingler ' records on their loudspeaker systems, too, besides the home-town talent. Lester Franklin, Jacksc-n attorney, who is making Ills third bid for the governor's chair, two of which have been unsuccessful, is using "When My Dream Boat Comes Home" as the song by which he Ircpes to consolidate sufficient voting strength under his banners to sweep him into office. Thomnp L. Bailey, Meridian attorney... one of the strongest men In the race, has no band, but he has music at almcst every meeting at whlcli he speaks. • Likewise, Paul Johnson, Haltiesburg ,attorney, making his third bid for the gubernatorial chair, uses music although it's usually made by volunteers. Martin Sennett Conner of Seminary, who «ae, governor from 1932-36, is going to have a-band accompany "him on : his "wind-up" tour, it present plans _ carry through, his campaigners say. HILLBILLY ACCOiMPANISIENT Lieut. Gov. J. B. "Billy" Snydcr, Clarksdale publisher, who is making a. bid for^ the governor's chair, has not hired, any mtaicians, but ther'e has been' 1 mucli'iniislc-'at'his'rheet- ings. Dr. M. W. Ganlt, Meridian op 1 tometrlst, .is tlie exception. .He's- the only one who lins hnd no music. Going everybody end better, State Senator George P. Richcy of . Marks has hired a band of hillbillies to accompany him on. every jaunt. And the candidate himself sings the following s:-ng, lo the accompaniment of the siring band: Now, Mr. Conner,'Mr. Conner, we don't love you any nvre, , Per you gave us a token 'with .your promises- broken. You closed, oh, you closed that open door! Now, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Johnson, we don't ns a friend. For so well do 'we . know your love Is for the douah From the big boys you defend. from the big boys you defend. Now, Mr.. Franklin, Mi-. Franklin, we dcn't love you as of yore, For you are so willin' to please, you might just drift with the breeze, In dream ships far from shore, far, far from shore. Now, Mr. Bailey, Mr. Bailey, We don't love you as before, For the best you can ever do is to nod to Governor Hugh, "Me too, me tco" evermore; "Me tco, me (oo" evermore. Candidate Lester Franklin and band leaders Eobbye Vaughn, left, Boots Thompson, right, whoop it up. Demonstration Club News Notes The Bryant Home Demonstration Club met on the regular day with nineteen members present. After a devotional and group singing and the business session, the program of the day wns given. The subject was "Culling; Kens lor Egg production." Talks were given by Mrs. Ben Bolin, Mrs. Tom Rays, ( Mrs. T. E. Johnson, and Mrs. j nc k • Cox gave n demonstration on "How to Can Culls and Other Meats." During a short business session the group planned to have a club picnic on July 31st. During the social hour cookies, fruit salad and iced lemonade was served by co- hostesses, Mrs. G. c. Nlmnally and Mrs. Will Morgan. The next meeting Is lo be In the home of Mrs. jack Cox on Aus 15. •'COURTS Thomas Bailey, top, tnkes to the air in his drive for Mississippi votes, and, lower, "Mike" Conner's buckaroos swing it for their can (Udate. •-•--.- , Pemiscot 4-H Day To Be Staged At Steele CARTJTHERSVILLE, Mo., July 20.—The annual 4-H Club achievement day program will be held at Steele, at. the Steele high school, on Saturday, August 5th, according lo an announcement here yesterday by Assistant County Agent E. B. Hope. Competitive club demonstrations by club members, exhibits, good grooming contests, and a style revue will be included in the program, which starts morning ot ten o'clock and will bo concluded .about five o'clock that afternoon. The county club enrollment Includes five hundred boys nnd girls, representing fifty-two different 4-H clubs who will take part In the program, Hope said. William W. Lowe has filed suit In chancery ccurt against Lydia Lowe asking for a divorce on the! ground of indignities. His attorney is Percy A. Wright. 11 the earth's polar ice capsj would melt, the greater pun of] Florida would be under water, ] WHY PAY MORE? Keep Summer Clothes, Cool, & Frcsli at Less Cost to yourself. Dresses Cleaned ..' G5c Suils Cleaner] ........ 65c PHONE 1G2 PEERLESS CLEANERS Cherry & Franklin Wedding guests In early France brought buns to throw at the bride. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal -.!)' Kor Missionary Scelcly Mrs. Carl Sliceley, Mrs.' If. A. Spcncc and Mrs. Raymond Hrooks were hostesses .(o (tic scclnl day meeting of Hie Woman's Missionary s:clety of the Stcclc Methodist church at the home of Mrs. Sliceley Mciidny afternoon.' There were 20 members and two visitors, Mrs. R, J. Tutouiu and Martha I«n Drorks present, ' The vice president, Mrs. J. H. Workhmn presided over the meeting. The World Outlook program with Mrs. Amy Eclwurds ns lender wns given. She wns assisted by Mm. Workman and Mrs. Jnck Kelley, The hostess .served pineapple sherbet, and hone mnde Ice crcnm. . * • # Mr. hnd Mrs. Lloyd Weinlwll nnd son, Lloyd Jr., who have bwn the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chris Welnl- zell nnd clnuglitcr, Cnrile Polk Weiiilzell, arc leaving tomorrow for their hcme In Brooklyn, N. Y. ,' Mrs. Lonnlc Darnell nnd Mrs. L. StroiiB spent Sntuv.lny In Hly- theville with friends. Miss Velnm'Jones of Cnnitlicrs- vlllc is spending today with her parents, Mr. nnd Mis. Norford Jones of Coder. . A large number of friends from hero were in Poplar Bluff yesterday nflemcon for the funeral of Mrs. Clras. Gutlii-le who. died Monday morning following nu operation. She.was n sister in Inw of Mrs. Ruth Lawhon rinrK Miss Eunice Giitlnie of this city. Mrs. J. .S. Pcsslck of Tnllulnh, Ln., and Mrs. Helen McGnhn of Memphis.'- *vlll airl\e todnj fai <\ visit with theh sister, Mrs H B Siieiice nnd fiimlly. Miss Mary Evelyn Coleman has returned home from the Bljtlievllle hospital where she undcrwcnV nu nppehdectomy. She Is recovering nicely. A. R. Beckhaui spent Monday in pclnts of Tennessee on business. Mr. nnd Mrs Cecil Byrd of Bly- llicville hnvc arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs: John Tucker. Mrs. Mary Half red and Jack Yancey were, business visitors In Carutliei-svlllo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lenord G'nssliiy and son, . Tcnimie, nre returning to their home in Ci'ondcr Mo today alter a visit here and nl Blytbeville' with relatives. Miss Lculse Hinson of' Lurny, Tenn., is spending (his week here ns guest of Mrs.'-John Russell nnd family. She spent ycslcrdny in Kennett with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Lewis; , - MrV-B-f C. Steele Ji nnd dough- ter,v:.Lonlsey'iilll relur;rthls weekend from Ozark Ark where they fmve spent, the past three weeks with' relatives Mrs. Maude Alice Anderson and Jcc Marion- Michic have returned home after .a .visit, in Elllsvllle Miss. W. H. Edwards of Hcltnnd, who ivas injured in n- car accident ten days ago, has been retained home from the Blytheville hospital and Is improving. Jerry, small son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Prnuk' Reid of Cocter who has been seriously ill is Improving Mr. nnd Mrs Coy Joidnn and baby of Memphis nre the guest's cf their parents, Mr nnd Mrs J. P.'Patterson and Mr.'and Mrs. Albert Jordan Mrs. Pntty Ha?el spent Saturday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Jordan were in Lepanto, Ark., Sunday where they visited their little granddaughter, Pntty Dannette Portis. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Anderson snd granddaughter, Kalhryn 'Anderson of Laurel, Miss., were hero last week visiting- Mrs Maude Alice Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Beasley. Mr. and Mrs, Will Seymore and chiklrtn, of Dell, Ark., spent Inst weekend here as guests of Mrs. Lonia Terry. Miss Inez .Homes of Trenton, Tenn., is siwnding this week here as guesl of Miss Helen McCann. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Cooper and daughters, Peggy nnd June, sumlny nt Heelfcot, Lnke, Tenn. O. W. McCnnn Iws returned from a, hcspllnl !„ S ('l Louis where he lias buen taking Ircalineiits, • jfe Is Improving. , .-Mr. mill Mrs. Vetmor Cntniibcll mill Mr. nml MIS, Glynn Whlto sponl Sunday, nt Ucelfool Lnke, Tenn. ,-Mvs, HurfJi Wral <jf Memphts spenl Inst weekend lime ivllh her parcnU. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Vaughn, MbB Dorothy Pumlcrburk, who WHS Injured | H , ( cni . llccWcnl t\ vo weeks iiuo hus Ijccn reluriicil homo fr;in the Willis Imspldil nl iilyllie- vlllc nml Is recoveriuB rapidly. . . Youths Are Named Officers OAriUTllEHSVILLE, Mo., July 23 -Eleven Pcmlscot. county boys at- tcmlliiB (he CM'l'O ciimp nt Jefferson linnncks, MO.. Imve been appointed non-commissioned officers, It wns learned here yesterday. They arc: CnruHiprsvlllc— 'Piinl W. Hass. Hnytl— Joe Pei-.soti jr., iinrolcl W. Cicttlngs. I3anlel E. Olllls -O, O. Rnlne ill, viclor E, Slgler nnd James D. Uowd. Stcclc— Jmnes A. Vlckrcy liiul Pat D. Kelley. Cooler— Eilwln W. McCliire iilld Chris 0. Wi'iilzell. Dragline Worker Has Two Fingers Amputated John Simpson, who is connected with the S. J. Cchcn Construction Company, | s resting well at the Blylhevlllc hospital follmvlng the ampulntlon of the thumb nnd foio- nngcr. of his fight, hand. The operation wns necessitated when his hand wns caught., in n fan cf n motor nnd bndly Inccrtcd Sqltiidaj nflcinoon He was woiklng out : of Oldeon, Mo., on n drttgllno In dhlrlct JB 'Saving nickels ami dimes for Ihc )nst three yenrs to be used for H lew community house lins b«eu .ho tsonl of the Uelt Home • »em- siwli-atlon Chib. This gonl lins been reached for n lol hn.v bei'i) obtained ami u NYA project np- proved to erect, tho bulldlnjj for which mnlci'lnls are alivnily on Ihc jroiind. Wliwj tho building Is iinhluxl in Hit! Pnrly fall, Its comiilflloii wtll menu an nccoiiipllshincni whlcli will not only aid the .sponsoiing club but the entire town \yhich ins long needed such n place l«i' :ouimunlty activities. Love nml.labor will go Into the Wilding lintul In linml for there is innny « personal nnglu to lus conslrucllon. U all stinted when the 60 women membins oblnluwl a 'cunning kitchen. When (his need wns ended, U was planned to en- Inrgc (lie kitchen Into a community house bill about tlwt (line « garage- wns needed for the new school bus nnd since the school illstrlct hnd no money to build a garage, tho women gnve llielr room. Two years went by nnd the little itnck' of nlcklcs nml dtme.s mnde by the club grew imd grew. All the lime whenever n member'!, husband sent n truck lo thu moun- (nlns with n louil It came back with some rocks for the wqmsn hnd decided (hoy wanted n bi rock Hroplnce and decorative chi ney on the oulslde. Remembering Unit (he club hnd given its home for the .school bus. Auto Thief No Angler And Owner's , Thankful V CLEVELAND, O. (UP)— Patrolman Jnmes Pnusck missed hii week-end fishing trip, but ho sill 1 has his $5 Oworlli of fishing equipment. He narked his automobile to innke n slore purchase. When he returned the car was gone. Two days Inter n none cnr found the stolen \ehtcle The fishing tnckle wqs Intact, In a icni scut, CHy Provides W()0<1 I.ol RUTLAND, Vt. (UP) — Here's a . Iteson In preparedness. A dozen clly I unpioyc 1 ; luuc begun felling tiee j i» s »h« jnunlc'iinl woocllot fci nest winter's files The city keeps enough /or gencial charity nnd the l^ioiigs to the choppcis l»nsp ' Home made bicnd ftgci, moic In oiic day Ilinn wholesalers', brand does in six dnjs GIVE YOUR FEET THIS COOLING Lin And You'll Step with New Pet: As You Really Go Pltn.cs This Summer SuvivirR or \\iiiler, jou can put comfori in >our shoe-,, by niljbinj, feel will Mexican, Powder. You'll find il lug help (onanl .1 >uunptr outlook am. •J|)rmgn.r slcp— tnr (here's riollmi); Ijkt burning feel to nnl-e jou feel mwrilili inOlook hke llie \ciri IMMJ done jou u rang A. mere dasli of talcum won't jjivc you tlie saine results. Mexican Heal I'owdci contains liiylily effective medications iii a bisc winch iscunlijjit aiKlsoollimg —alii ngrcclicnls known for acliKii plnnmcologica halne Mexican Meat IVnnlcrfannsasmooth, rlmguig,i)inas(iinsccncoitingbftnci[i lorliirei) or tired feel iml surf ices likely lo clnfc A grcit |x>«dcr for onliinrj rlmfcd skin irritations nnywlicrc, nniln renl boon for babies. So effective it quickly comforts and relieves the Itir- lureofpriclclyhfalr.islies. You can Iniy a trialsizcof Mexican 1 leal I'owder fot a few cen(3 at miy drug or IDc sloru. BUY NOW PAY THIS FALL! TIRES, TUBES, RADIOS PARTS, REPAIRS, BODY & FENDER WORK, AND PAINTING. All On Fall Time NO DOWN PAYMENT BUY NOW-PAY ONE PAYMENT THIS FALL TOM LITTLE CHEVROLEf CO. Phone 633. Always Open LOWEST PRICE IN HISTORY i FOR Ml THIS... SS PAGE Dell Demonstration .Club Uses , Hoarded Savings For Building Hie llircc gin,? or Dell, the Stevens din Co, Dell ain Co., nnd Mil tin Clln Co,, recently gave enough monty to pm-chnsu n lot for the long-wanted club house. Material left from the community kitchen anil oilier, which has won <h>imled, ivjll form the /mine building, which will lx> . la rye enough to be used us on auditorium for community activities as well ns a club house for the group, Not content to rest, on llieir luu- ls, the members liavo another t)onl—to jncquli-o nil ndjncetit lol tor n park. Mrs. M, W. Lewis, president, says Ihls dream will probably come true this fa)!. All the time tho women were saving nickels n'ml dimes for the club house, they were also accomplishing other deeds. The Lioaiill- lylng of faun yards nm) ;iiode>-»- Mng of houses Is seen as one I'lilcs along Highway • 18, west'of IJIylhevllle, and through the residential section of tho (own, which although SIMM, Is very civic minded. The town council mid the home • OUTPULLSANY'/s-TON • SAVES MORE GAS • BIGGER CABS ,• BIGGEST BODIES • 4 SHOCK ABSORBERS Owner, report K «if«vin K » of 15% ityUi-panel, pick-up >nd to 40% over cornp.r«ble trucks, .talce-you get most for your Twt« rate CMC tint In power. half-ton investment in lh{« With three, truck-built body 1939 CMC. Check up and «ce I limt payunntt through our own YMAC Plan ot /ow«if oNjj'fafcf* rofei LEE^MOTORSALES, Inc. 305 B. Main Phone 3 EMC TRUCKS .A»MJ M0W demonstrallpn 'club 'tire cooperating '" In the offering < t of prizes' to;*tenant ,' fanners, white and negro, to beau-' tlfy their yards. •/'.•-,< • • ' : " . i • , . ^ _ . A ' III walking one mile, the average '• person raises each of his'feel a dlslnnco totaling' a height -of 340 feet. • - .' SOHENLRYS 94.8 PROOF Try it and you'll agree no orlxrgiii Iwsever before obtained" Just this shade of flavor—never intruding—yet neveivctreaiiiig.' Distilled Ira m giaiil neutral sjiiflis. Sclicnlcy Distillers Corp., N.Y.C TRAILERS •DIESELS ^^••^^•••^•iMBMMMBB Farm Lands BBS OF Always A Good Investmenf . THE K'ARM- ,^mn i llWl /M lC: °' le filrm ot ' m " crca hm;i " advertised, will receive in nnrilv ' - « i& * MISSISSII'ri COUNTY, ARKANSAS, I'AKMS No 1—40 ncies 3 mlleh south of Manila, good snud loam farm. Price cash $2200., , No 2—240 acics,- west of Dur- dcttc, all In cultivation, Plenty implements. Vory.-yilch}' Well drained Pei acie"-'$72.60.' ' No, 3.—80 acres south of H. W. Cl Two hels of Improvements, Price $8000. No. 4.—100 ncrcs west of Calti- meL 120 In cultivation with plenty improvements. Price per' acre $55.00, No. 5.—00 ncrcs north on H. W. 01. Two sets Improvement. 1 ). Pel aero $130. No. fl,—80 acres,-3 miles south of Dell. .TWO houses, one barn. 70 acres In ciilflvnllon. Price $70.00 per acre. No 7—ID" acics 10 miles west Chccola, on Highway 40. Fine largo slone residence, large barn, plenty good tenant house. One store building, all necessary out buildings. Land a very rich blnck loam soil, Just as rich as the best. Beautiful home surroundings. Price $125.00 per acre, $7600. Federal Lnnri Bank loan can be assumed. Total price $20,025. No. 8,—60 acres one' mile west on Highway No. 18. Good residence & barn. Fine producing soil. Price $110 per ncrc. No. 0— 880 ncres, three miles S. W. from Dell. Six room house, large barn, two tenant houses, fine sandy loam 'soil, $3,000 loan to assume. Price $85.00 per acre. No. 10A-40 acres good sand loam fnrm, two miles N. W. Leaclivllle. Well Improved. Good house and barn, blacksmith shop and other buildings. Price $4000. S. ii. MISSOURI FARMS No. 11.—441 acres fine land. AH In cultivation. Fair Improvements. 3 miles N. E. of Stecle. Price per acre, $78.00. No. 12.—'10 acres, 35 In cultivation. Two houses. Fine soil. 5 miles west of Holland. Low (axes. Price $2200. No. 13.—80 acres, 74 In crop. On gravel road. Two miles of good town. Terms. Little River land. Price per acre $60.00. No. 14.—flO acres on Highway 62 near Rlsco. All in crop. Good Improvements. Price per acre $50.00. No.. 15.—320 acres, all in crop. Near Matthews, Mo. Fine Oy- prcss soil. Little River Ditch runs through laud. Makes 150 pounds cotton per acre. Welllo- cnlcd us lo rond. Price per acre $57.I>0. No. 1C.—8125 ncrcs, two miles norlli catron. As good as the best. Pi Ice per acre, $7000. No. 17.—100 ncrc.'i fine cypress land, near Matthews. Pn'hV.ten- ant houses. Price $55.00 iici-ac." No. 18.—40 acres nil in cultivation. TWO houses, one barn. One mile N. W. Holland. Price $00,00 per nore. Oood terms, No. 10.—210 acres on black top road between: Clarkton and Qldcon. Fine Improvements and no better land. An (deallocation. Price $80.00 per acre with terms. No. 20.—204 acres, on proposed gravel road, north of Lllbourn. Pine Little River lanil, all In cultivation. Four new houses and large barn. Price for cash, $05.00 per acre. No. 21.—160 acres, with 80 in wood. Oood -I room house and barn, ',£, nillc from grave) rond. Exceptionally , [hie .sol). • Price with terms, $45.00 per acre. No. 22.—ICO acres on gravel rond, 4>,' t miles N. t W. from Slecle. Fine location. Only fair Improvements, but priced $15.00 per acre less than any other land near, at $05.00 per acre. No. 23.—40 acres, three-four Ihs mile North of Coltoiuv'ood Point, Mo. Has one small house, good land, priced as low as$C5.00 per acre. Terms. No. 24.—280 acres, one mile south of Cray's Ridge, 5 miles from Morehouso, west. One Groom, one 5-room house, -three other houses. One good bam on gravel road. Fine cypress land, all in cultivation, at the amazing low price of $50.00 per acre. See this and appreciate It. No. 25.—IGa acres, one mile south of Warden, on good road. Good improvements. All In cultivation. Good land. Good location and price Is $75.00 per acre. No. 2G.—ICO ncrcs black loam soil, 2!£ miles Northeast from Parma. 150 ncres In crop, balance In Lcspedeza pasture. Good two story home, one tenant house. Price $60.00 per acre. No. 27.—80 ncres, one and one- half miles S. E. Parma. 60 ncres In cultivation. New house nnd barn. ',4 mile from gravel road: Black cypress soil, price $35.00 per acre, with $1200.00, balance $200.00 per year. No. 28.—640 acres, all In cultivation. Fine cypress land, on grave) road, ^ miles south of Rlsco. Better than-bale to ncrc of cotton. Plenty of buildings. Price $GO.Ofl per acre. No. 20.—150 acres, 114 miles N. W. fiom Rives. Little River land. Between 60 and 80 acres In cultivation. Three houses Price $40.00 per acre. ' " No. 30.—24o acres, t mile west of Rives, 00 acres In cultivation, 100 ncres deadened ^and.. burned over last year. OnV hOiisVand bnin. Price $3750 per acre. ! No 31.—840 acres three miles N. W. from Pascoln, on gmvel road. 250 acres cleared nuil In cultivation. Nine houses, good black sand loam land'. For quick sale, price Is $23.50 per acre. No, 32.—Two 80 -acre tracte, joining the above, on grnvcl road. One slinck. Some cleared on one 80. Price $27.60 per ncie. No. a3,—1525 ncies, on gravel load. Fine Impiovemcnts. About 1400 acres In cultivation. Fiiie Little River land. Good location for gin. Price on part cash, balance 15 lo 20 years at low Interest, $00.00 per acre. No. 34.—100 acres, on Highway 01, -I miles north of llaytl. All In cultivation. Very fine land. Good two-slory home and good bain. Two other houses. Price on terms $125.00 per acre. No. 35.—232.7 ncres, nil In cultivation, lying against the town of Cannlou, Fine sand loam soil. Makes better than bale to acre and will produce CO bushels corn. Has 02 ncres collon, GO ncres of corn allotment. Government pays (Ills year $1013.00. Assume $7500 loan In Pruderii Hal. Price $5500 per acre. Give terms for part. This Is good. No. 3C.—310 acres on Highway 81, south of Slkeston. One good set of Improvement. Good barn. Dandy stock nnd combination farm. Low taxes. Can sell on good terms for the amazingly low prl»c of only $4000 per acre. Several 40 acre tracts at very low prices and good locations. We make farm loans at low interest rates in Northeast Ark. and Southeast Mo. long terms with the best pro-pay privileges of any. .Liberal appraisal values. If you need a. farm loan^ call or wrile Us,.'quick service at low cost. ' No. 37.—160 acres, all Jn 'cuK tivation, mixed cypress ; soil. Makes two bales to acre of cotton, 50 to 80 bushels ot corn. Has five small houses. Price only $47.50 per acre. No. 38.^640 acres on Hwy.:' 60, miles west of Morehouse. All In cultivation except about. 30 acres. Good house and barns. Mnde 2 bales to acre in' 1837 and 1938.'Low taxes. Price $45 per acre and good terms. W. M. BURNS, Agency Office Phoiid 243 Residence Phone 212 Gltncoc Hotel Blif. Blytheville, Ark.

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