The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1938 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 30, 1938
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SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1938 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Here's How Ever-Busy Mrs, Roosevelt Stays the "Livest Woman In America" a s t Little Sub-Chasers Tried Out Briefly In World War )IY OTTO JAN'SSKN 1 Culled 1'i-c-xs SlalT t'orrrauomU'iit WASHINGTON, May 3 (l)P> —' Die Navy's "Eagle" boats. Iierakteit during the World War as valuable aids In ttie campaign ugiilnsl Carman U-boats, will go into (lie discoid Mny 10. j u'lv.o boats of this type, now al ?,<•' Philadelphia Navy Yard, will lie .sold to the liit'hest bidder. EieW' others are now in comml.ssioiii as patrol uncl training boats. j The "liagje" boats when built represented n new departure in American naval construction, bul' ibe Armistice occurred before their1 production was on a- mass scale. Navy e*]KTt.s conum-ntcd on tin: sale announcement with the ob- I servation that all types of war- .-rait must undergo a long period of expetimcnuuionln order u> be successful, The "Eagle" boats \veve <ievelo]>- ed ddt-iiis; the World Wai, when ge numbers of fast, vessels were urgently needed to combat, the German submarine menace. Ford Fathered 1'Iaii. To meet this need. Henry Ford proposed the construction or a 200-toot, 500-ton submarine chaser on a mass production basis. Plans for the boat were studied, believed feasible and the navy placed an order for mo of the craft. Twelve others were ordered later for the Julian navy. Y Besides being produced on a tjjmiility basis. Ibe "Eagle" locals were constructed of steel. Previous ships of this type had been built ,of wood. Specifications called for a fast ship, capable of a- speed of J8 knots and a cruising range of 3,500 miles. They were to be armed with two- 4-inch guns, discharge projectors and machine guns. Each ship was equipped to carry 12 depth charges. Ford built n special plant on the Hiver Rouge near Detroit to turn out (lie "seagoing flivvers." Produc- | tion was soon under way and dur-1 ing one month, 23 of the ships were produced. A total of GO "Eagle" boats was built, but only a few saw service before the Armistice was signed. Some of the ships went from New York to Iverness, Scotland, over a 4.500-mile course, while a few went to the Arctic through the ice fields. In • several instances, the ships were \iseci as dispatch vessels between northern Russian ports, i '.Although the "Eagle" boats prov- [ty useful at a time when every ship tbunteil, naval experts now feet that the vessels (iiil not fulfill expectations and would not be practicable' ns a permanent adjunct to the fleet. They point out that the vessels were produced under great stress to meet an emergency, and hence little research or experimentation could be devoted to them. One of the chief shortcomings of the "Eagle" toats, experts said, was their shallow draft. Although this gave them greater speed, it made the ships difficult to handle in rough weather. , Back hi the'Swim HY MAKIAN YOUNG . NKA Sm'ii-e Stan" Correspondent NEW YORK.—She eats sensibly —lightly. She lives simply, laughs eas:iy. joyously, like a child. She has learned to relax. And, unlike nniny women, doesn't seek artificial methods of weight control and keeping m. She never shuns outdoor exercise, nnil she does setllHg- u]t routines. And there In n nutshell, accord- lug to Williniii H. Cranker, Lake George, N. Y., exercise and diet cx- [Htt, yon have your ansv:er the nw.l lime .somebody says. "How in iht> world does Mrs. Roosevelt do It?" Or, "I don't see how a woman Eleanor Roosevelt's age can travel so lar in a year—or so fast." "Our First Lady doesn't Just keep Kclng on nervous energy," .says Mr. Cranker, who lias discussed exercise routines with Mrs. Roosevelt many times. "She stands for n great principle — this principle upon which physical well-being, mental alertness, happiness anil, of course, personal magnetism, depend. The principle is that we retain n sound mitid In a sound botly through living in accordance with the laws of nature. "One of natures laws is Unit we must have exercise, tlie healthful, robust variety, taken outdoors, preferably. To this, Mrs. Roosevelt strictly adheres." The "Oreal Walker" in England, George Bernard •Sl:aw is the Great Walker. In America, it's Mis. Roosevelt. 'I lie First Lady, more often than not. takes a brisk walk before breakfast, getting up a few minute?, earlier in order to do so. She never calls her car or a taxi to go short distances. She walks from store to store when shopping. She prefers to explore strange cities and towns on foot. When she was in Albany, she always walked from the Governor's mansion to the library (a mile), from tlie man- lioii to the Capitol and back, to the theater, and so on. She's a familiar figure on the streets of New York — simply because she walks everywhere, and people get a chance to see her. And when guests visit her in Washington or Hyde Park, they often are invited to walk while tliey talk. When Mrs. Roosevelt walks she puls alT of her enthusiasm into it. She consciously keeps her body erect, takes long, graceful strides, swinging her arms, breathing deeply. "Mrs. Roosevelt plays games with her ehildl-fen '"'rind grand-children FIRSI IN«BILK Gosnell Second, Shady Grove Third, Yarbro Fourth, Boynton Fifth Despite the fact that she has been in retirement for the last year, lovely Edith Moltridgc, former Pacific Coast backstroke queen, will be one of the favorites in tlie National A. A. U. women's events at Los Angeles, April 28. The shapely miss seen entering Ihe pool above will compete for the Los Angeles Club, The final score for participation in tlie Armorel 4-H Club Ra\ly here yesterday at Walker park resulted as follows: Armorci, first; Gosnell, second; Shady Grove, third; Yarbro, fourth; Boynton, fifth; Lost Cane, sixth.. Twenty-three clubs participated in the rally, which was said to have been the largest and possibly the best ever held in this county. In the dress revue Yarbro won first in the 4-H uniform division with IS entries. Gosncl second and Rocky third. In the wash dress division Armorel won first with 18. Half Moon second, and Brown third. Imogene Smith, of Armorci, was awarded first place for the test individual wash dress and Joyce Adams, of Ihe same club, was awarded first for the best made unifonn. A complete check of the number present revealed that there were 893 members and leaders and 274 parents and visitors. Eight of the 23 clubs had 100 percent of their members present, Yarbro anci Boynton had 100 percent in spite of the fact that they have 48 enrolled in their clubs, which is above the average size. In the bicj-cle race, Jimmle Rogers of Rocky won first, J. C. Eu- bnnks of Gosnell second, and James Nicretheimcr, president of the Gosnell club, third. Charles Roy Lutes of New Liberty, the smallest boy and almost the smallest pony, cap- lured first with a bare margin over Charles Wicker of Hat Lake. Dallas Mitchell, of Promised Land, won third. In the potato grabble Huffman, with three of the smallest boys, won first with Carml and Cole Ridge tleing for second. Practically all of the eggs were broken in the egg scramble, by the rather excited contestants, but New Lib- IN THE CIlANCBnV COURT FOR TllE CHICKA3AWBA DI.3TRICT OF M1SS1SS1P1 OUNTY, ARKANSAS Blytlwvllle Road iniprovemcnt Dlstilct No. 6, Mississippi county, Arkansas, Plslnllff vs ' NO. eeia W. H. A WnK Anderson and delinquent lands, ct ill, Defendants WAKNINO OKDMK All poisons having or claiming an imortist, In imy of Iho following described lands are hrwby .lolltled llml will Is pending In tlie Chancery Court of Mississippi County. Arkansas, for (lie ciilcknsnwbu »!.<- trlcl tlu'ivot. to enforce the collection of certain delhiqiiont tuxes <m me loiiuwlng list of Itind, each tiiijiiHxsnl owner's name having te-'-n set opposite his, her or ns hind, (oxcllitr with the amminls Mv.-riilly e from end), to-wll: PAGE THREE, W.lL.t Winter Amlcraon,SK NK Henry i'crdow, 2a. In SW cor I2V. E 90A NR 1-4 John 1). Walker, l/il | NEW John li. Walker. Uss 100 x 30D Lot 2 NK John I). Wnlker, I/it B NK John 11. Walker, .Lot 0 N5 John 11. Walker, Lot to NK John 1). Wnlker, Ixjt II NK Joe Poisylhe, 1/it 12 NEK li. A. Smith. Lot 13 NK H, A. .Smith, Ixit 14 NK N. C. Cli'iilry, Lot 18 NK Henry Nipper, W'A NK NE Edith Hale Howertoii, NB NE Edith Hale Howcrtoil, E 35A NW NK Edith Hale llowerton, SK NK EdlllilliilcHowerton, K 3SA.SW NK Edith Hale ilowerton, NE SK Edith Hale llowerton. NW Ml-: Orleiui Hires. SE SB Orlenii Hires, SW SK Orlenn Hires. NE SW Oi'leim Hires, NW SW Oi'leim Hires, SE SW Orlena Hires, SW SW CITY <)|." BLYTHKVlLl.r. Iliimiii i l.llly Addition Lot Ulk. Ko.-ul liniirnirmfiit JIM. No. 5 Year 103.1 Sfc. Twp. H B |.. Acres U H If) Tax .111 .00 30 33 111. 17 .0 ill 5 I/H 1 41) H5 40 ;ifi 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 IN THE OHANCERV COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS niythevllle Rood Maintenance District No 5 Mississippi County, Arkansas ' plalntlfl vs. No. 0047 W. II. & Wnll Anderson nr.d,' delinquent lands, ct a), Defendants WARNING ORDKR All person.! hMlng or claiming n n interest In any of the following described nnils are hereby notified Hint wilt Is pending In the Chan! eery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, for the ChlcktuWba Dll Ict Unreal, to enforce Hie collection of certain delinquent tuxes on ho To Mowing ihi of Innd, each supposed owner's name hRfin; bee set opposite his, her or I is land, together wltli the amounts severally £tMC from cncli, to-wlt: Mrs. K o. Seeman W. T. 1112mm S. E. Morris Walter Webster S. E. Morris J. D. WlllfoKl T. II. Keith T. H. Keith A A n n u B c c 'She rides beautifully, and she rides often. at every opportunity," Mr. Cranker continued, looking out across Lake George, the beautiful Adirondack lake which his health lodge overlooks. ."And she plays games with real enthusiasm, genuine interest. "Then, too, she lias developed, through (he years, a great love for the outdoors. To her, sunshine and fresh air things of pure joy— things to lie taken joyously. Never with a now-I-niiist-get-some-air- nnd-smi attitude. She enjoys picnics more than banciuets or luncheons. "She rides beautifully, and she rides often. "Dot,' Mrs. Roosevelt's favorite horse, never has to he exercised by a groom when she is free. Mrs, Roosevelt keeps "Dot' handy,,and she keeps her busy." S. A, A Llw.le Williams 3 G ] R. T. Patterson 12 C |J. O, Scott 13 C Clarence Morgan U n \ J. N. Shcimyviarlh 7 13 J. S. Burton 8 D W. C. VnnblljIxM- 12 D W. O. Maxwell 7 F. M. M. Goodwill 11 E Bill V'.iiiK'inklc 14 E A. B. Ffilrflcld 17 E A. B. Piitrfield 18 E A. B. Fnirilold .3 P A. B. Fairfleld 4 P A. B Fiiirtltfd li F Mrs M, J. Jennings N 30' up Mrs. M. J. Jennings S 1-3 12 P Essie Koonce N 1-3 12 P Louise San lord 1 G Louise Sanford 2 Cl L, M. Crawford 4 G Arthur Duller 5 Q Lizzie Bunch 8 G Uz/.lc Bunch S'.!- 9 o Joe Taylor 12 Cl ,04 .04 M .04 .04 .04 ,04 .04 .04 Mose Wulls <ntc Jones Osear Anderson Joe Finds .„, A. B. A Clyde Fowl or 4i) '04 Equitable Bldg. ,t I/inn erty placed first and Boynton second. Tiie Shady Grove Junior-Adult club band furnished musical numbers during tiie day, with Otto Griffin, president of the club, giving several vocal selections as a special feature of their program. Zal 13. Harrison and Jeff Rowland announced the results of the horse racing which was furnished by C. G. Smith. . Sues For Divorce Mrs. Bernie Peek has filed suit in chancery court against Andie Peek, asking for a divorce on the ground of indignities. E. E Alexander is her attorney. 25,000 Rolls of Wallpaper ROOM LOTS $1.09 up Most complete line of Paints and Wallpaper in N. E. Ark. Bl.vthcvillc Paint * Wallpaper Co. (Itlytlicrllle Owned & Operated) Glencoe Bid?. Thmf. 880 Doctor Offers Advice On Reading in Bed ALBANY, N. Y. (UP)-Rcacling in bed, rather than being injurious to the eyes, may prove beneficial. Dr. J. p. Morrow, member of the American Optical Company's bureau of visual science, said in an address here that bed reading can be relaxing to the eyes because the eyes are used at a different angle from the one employed in office or classroom work. He oIFered the following rules to govern bed rending: Have adequate illumination; do not slouch in bed; incline the head forward slightly; rest reading material on n surface 1C to 20 inches from the eyes; rest tlie eyes occasionally. ' Old Silver Coins Tloired Up BELGRADE (UP) — Nikoln Karen, n peasant, when ploughing his field near Slavonski Brod found six jars full of old silver coins, dating from 14thauc! 15th centuries. Read Courier News Wa^t Ads. Bulgarian Buttermilk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy WASH & GREASE ?l.OO Wash, Grease, Pol is]) and H. R. SCHMUCK "Esso" Slalion Main and Division GRAND DADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today HEMORRHOIDS CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEED &<fe and without hospital care. All other rectal diseases treated, fissure, fistula, etc. We also treat fallen arches-treat .t cure skin cancer by special treatment. ' DRS. NIES & NIES 514 Main Osfeopathic Physicians I'lione 98 Blj-llicville, Ark. AS MUCH AS ON 10 GAL. OF HI-TEST NO NOX GASOLINE 100% Pennsylvania Oil, Sealed Containers, 25c SAVEON GAS CO. 4 Miles No. of State Line H. W. 61 HOLLAND, MO. .04 Mrs. Win. Phillips W. A. & Maggie Cole 13 , G, W. A. & Maggie Cole 14 O C. J. Evrnrd 4 H A. J. Baker (l n Maggie Masters I) I Maggie Masters 10 I Maggie Masters 11 I Maggie Masters 12 I Mnggte Masters 13 I Maggie Masters 14 I Jewell R. smith ; K Blanche M. Hale 2 K J. J. Johnson 3 K T. H. Lee « K Mollie Wright a K U. J. Dawsou l LC. T. Shiinilln 2 L C. T. Shamlln 3 L Prank McGregor S'.-j 7 L Frank McGregor N 20' 8 L Edna Connors .02 M .04 .04 .04 .04 ,04 .04 .M .04 .04 .04 M .04 .04 .04 .04 .02 .02 2 M .04 Barren & Lilly Subdivision C. L, Howard 10 iloiianuulc Addition J. B. Walker l A J. B. Walker 2 -A J. B. walker 3 A Mrs. Hilda Beard 7 A Mrs. Hilda Benrd 8 A J. B. Walker 10 A J. B. Walker 11 A J. B. Walker 12 A J. B. Walker 13 A Mrs. Mart Williams 3 B Mrs. Marl Williams 4 B Mrs. Mart Williams 5 B G. F. Sweat 13 U J. B. Wnlkcr 14 B J. F. Sweat i c J. F. Sweat 2 C II. M. Curlner n c Blytheville Lumber Co. 12 C G. F. Sweat 20 C O. F. Sweat 21 C Betty Sweat 5 E J. E. Vickers 5 P J. B. walker 7 P Holiipeter-Shonyo Addition O. Shonyo l Dan Davis 3 0. Shonyo 4 Blytheville Lumber Co. 5 O. Shonyo 11 E. D. Ferguson 14 Will Slstrunk 2 O. Shonyo 3 0, Shonyo 4 O. Shonyo 12 Kobert Mallorj 1 2 May Pearson 1 Esther Curtis Johnson 3 Johnnie Soward 6 Millard Sownrd 7 Millard Soward 8 Will Dowell 12 O. Shonyo 13 Ella Jackson 14 Walter Davis 15 W. H. Young 1G Cicero Ogle Est. 2 Cicero Ogle Est. 3 Oscar Johnson 5 O. Shonyo 7 Jim Lowe 10 William Jones 3 William Jones 4 Liza Warren 7 Mary Brinkley 8 O. Shonyo 11 L Bell 15 J. M. Ferguson IS Lid a Moran 1 W. Floyd 3 o. Tay | or 5 Oeo. Taylor G White 7 l .18 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .« .04 .04 .(M .W .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 M .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 II. Harris II. Ilnrrls E Cross Henrlcttii Qon<l HenrlelUi Qoiul li 11 14 ifi Surrey 3 4 20 21 a a Assn. Odle B. I'Ycemim C. H. Harris Hurry linllcy Z. T. Games S. C. Crulg S. C. CralK O. E. Stewart Allen Poscy Sam Grimes J. T. Alford J. T, Alford J. T. Alford ill Til 00 111 02 U4 tili 01 HI 85 81 88 S3 MO 4,SI) S.40 4.50 S.40 .04 i .04 .04 I .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 Name Description W. !!. & Wnlt Anderson, SR NK Henry (Value, a nc. SW cor K'/j E 00 A Nl? John li. Wnlker. 1/vt l NK John I). Walker, loss 100 X 300 Ixit 2 NH Clua. W. Piiil«ht, I/it 3 NU C. 11. umrK lx)t S NK Cattrell Luni'. !/>t U NH P. A. Houlnson, Lot 7 NB •John li. Wnlker, l/Jt 8 NK John i). Walker, Lot I) NB John li. Walker, Lot 10 NK John u. Wnlker, I.ot 11 NH Joe Pwsylhc, Lot 12 NR H. A., Lot 13 NR It. A. Smllli. Lot 14 NK M. C. Gentry, ],ot 18 NK Henry Nip]>or, W'.i NH NK KilUh unit- ilowton, NK NK Eilllh mile Ilowton, K 35 ac NW N10 KUIlll Ilnle Howlon, SK NH Ktlltu Ilnle llowlon, K 35 nr.SWNR Kdltli Hale Ilowton, NIO SK Kdllh Hnlc Ilowton, NW SK Orlenii Hires, SE at.' Oilenn Hires, SW SK Orlenn Hires, NK SW Orlenn Mires, NW SW Orlciui Hires, SE SW Orlenn Hires, SW SW Itoail Maintenance District N<i. s f«r lire year IMS See. Twp. 14 0 10 12 11 IS IB 12 12 MTV OP Hl.YTHEVIMJi Darnm & Lilly Addition Afrr.s 40 5.65 .05, 3 1 Lot 10,n a 20 5 I/)t 1 .01 Lot 20 40 35 40 35 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Tax .G!i .32 0.84 2.12 .34 1.58 .53 .11 0.44 2.4G D.84 2.40 .1! .63 .21 .11 10.50 . 3.94 5.76 «.f>G 8.04 7.88 10.00 7.88 10.50 13.12 15.75 13.12 15.75 Mrs. P. O. Scamon 9 A W. T. Ingram 12 A S. E. Morris 10- n Walter Webster 11 U S. E. Morris 12 U J. 1). Wllllford 17 B T. II. Keith t c T. H. Keith 2 C S. A. & Lto.lo Williams 3 C H. T. Patti'rson J, O. Scott Clarence Morgan J. N. Chennyworlh J. S. Buvton .11 L •]} Moso Wells Katie Jones u . o, iJlll \vn •£ W. c. VimWbbcr W. G. Maxwell M. M. Goodwin •™ Bill Vanwltiklc ,04 Ucbctca r»llers<m Subdivision .04 Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebcica Patterson ,R«utfccii' 'Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson 10 11 12 13 14 15 Clyde E 1-S 2-3-0 Eva Sownrd 0 1-3 2-3-0 Rebecca Patterson Wash Glvcus Rebecca Patterson W 1-3 2-3-0 4 f, Kclwcea Pallcrson Acre fx)ts A. G. Byriun Unknown Unknown ' Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown R. N. Hill Dan G. Stout J. E. Bradsher Lizzie P. Crlgger Mrs. C. W. Gosnell J. W. Moore American Bldg, & t. Heights Addition 4 2 5 2 0 2 Lizzie P. Crlgger A. G. Wheat Tom w. Jackson Daisy R. Hill Daisy R, Hill Daisy R. Hill Daisy R. Hill ?. D. Cliurcli J. E. Wilson A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Whcnt A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. o. Wheat E. P. Wilson B. F. Wilson E. F. Wilson 7 B 0 2 3 4 5 1 3 Loan 4 5 fl 7 0 10 7 R 3 •i 0 C G 0 G 0 (i 7 7 0 in 10 10 10 n 10 12 10 11 11 11 11 11 12 H. Lcighlon Sunrise Addition .04 .04 .1)4 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .0-1 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 i .13 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 M M .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 W 5' 3 1 .02 All persons and corporations interested in said lands are hereby notified that they arc required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suit or the same shall be taken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands (or the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment of Interest, penally and costs as allowed by law. Given under my hand and seal this 8 day of April, 1938. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk, By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. Effort to Drive Safely 12 O 13 C (I D 7 n li D 12 D 1 E 11 E 14 E 17 E 18 E 3 P 4 F (J F .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 >-<. ct. \ji\im 20 •j' Henlrettfl Clond 21 •|j Hcntrclla doad 22 •j| A. B. & Clyde Fowler 49 •f J Equitable Bldg & Loan 50 •'.J Odle I). Freeman 51 H. Harris (52 .11 A. B. Falrllcld A. D. Pulrfield A. u. Fan-field A, B. Fnlrfleld A. 1). Falrltcld Mrs. M. J. Jennings, N 30'" .11 F ,11 Mrs. M. J. Jennings, S 1-3 12 F .11 Essie Koonce, N 1-3 12 Louise Santord l Louise Sanforxl 2 L. M. Crawford 4 Arthur Butler ^ LlMte Bunch 8 ; Lizzie Bunch, s',4 I) • Joe Tuylor 12 ., W. A. As Maggie Cole 13 O .11 W. A, fr. Maggie Cole 14 O .11 O. J. Evrnrd 4 A. J. Baker o Maggie Masters- t> . 0 Maggie Masters ' iio Maggie Masters 11 Maggie Masters 12 Maggie Masters 13 Maggie Masters 14 Jewell R. Smith l Blanche M, Hale ' 2 J. J. Johnson 3 K T. H. Lee 0 K Mollle Wright 8 K. R. J. Dawson ' 1 L C. T. Simmllii 2 I, C. T. Slmmlin 3 L Prank McGregor, S'X. 7 L Frank McGregor, N 20' 8 L .08 Edna Connors 2 M. .11 a G ,G G' G 1 Q H H 1 I I I I I K K . .11 .11 .11 . .11 .00 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .on . Barton & Lilly Subdivision C. L. Howard 10 Hollandale Addition J. B. Wnlker J. B. Walker J. B. Walker Mrs. Hilda Beard Mrs. Hilda Beard J. B. Walker J. B. Walker J. B. Walker J. B. Walker Mrs. Mart Williams Mrs. Mnrt. Williams Mrs. Mart Wllilnms G. F. Sweat J. B. Walker G. P. Sweat G. P. Sweat H. M. Curtncr ._ _ Blythevllle Lumirfr Co. 12 C G. P. sweat 20 C G. P Sweat 21 c Betty Sweat 5 E J. E. Vickers 5 F J. B. Walker 7 F 1 A 2 A 3 A 7 A 8 A 10 A 11 A 12 A 13 A 3 B 4 B 5 B 13 B 14 B 1 C 2 U H C HolllpeUr-Shnnjo Addition Shonyo .53 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 Dan Davis O. Shonyo Blythcvtlle Lbr. Co. O. Shonyo K. D. Ferguson Will Slstrunk O. Shonyo O. Shonyo O. Shonyo May Pearson Robert Mallory Ester Curtis Jobnson John So ward Mlllard Soward Millard Soward O. Shonyo Ella Jackson Walter Davis IV . f t 11* t Walter Davis Uirect Lause ot Mishap w. H. Young Cicero Ogle Est. Cicero Ogle Est. CLEVELAND (UP)-John Surga- .04 la. 25, driving his father's dairy .04 truck, didn't crash the red light. .04, Stopping suddenly, Stinjala was .04 struck in the back of the head by Oscar Johnson O. Shonyo Jim Lowe W. M. Jones W. M. Jones u .!« SUUCK m tne back of the head by W. M Jones 5 .04 19 cases of empty milk bottles. His I Eliza Warren 6 .04 head, pushed through Hie wind- " ~ ' " 0 .04 shield, was lacerated and bruised. G .04 Surgala lias resumed Ills driving, 6 .04 but. now Is wary of slop lights flnd .04 -sudden slojis. Mary Brinkley O. Shonyo L. Bell Lldla Moran I J. M. Ferguson i 3 4 5 11 14 2 3 4 12 1 2 3 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 16 2 3 5 7 10 3 4 7 6 11 15 1 15 .11 .11 .1! .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 W. Ployd George Taylor George Tnyloi- nln Wlille 11 14 1C Oscar Anderson ic Pines Original Survey . H. Harris 3 11. Hauls 4 O. E. Cross Hurry liajley 00 Z. T. Gnlnes 01 Mrs. W. M. Phillips G2 S. C. Craig 04 S, C. Cmlg 05 O. E, Steward 01 Allen Pasey fll Sam Grimes .85 J. T. Alford 87-88-89 Rebecca l'»t<«rson Sub-Division ncliecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca' Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson .11-. .11' .11 ;n .11 ,u .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .n .11 .11 .11 •U .n .11. .11 .11 .n .11 11 .H 2 1 .11 3 1 .11 4 1 .11 f» 1 .11 B I .11 7 1 .11 8 1 .11 fl 1 .11 10 1 .11 11 1 .11 12 1 .11 '13 J Ml 14 1 .11 Rebecca Patterson 15 1 .11 Rebecca Patterson E 1-3 2-3-5 2 .11 Clyde & Eva Soward C 1-3 2-3-8 2 .11 Rebecca Patterson W 1-3 2-3-B 2 .11 Wash Glvens 4 2 .11 Rebecca Patterson 5 2 .11 Kcbecca Patterson "Acre" Lots H. G. Bynmi 9 .53 Ituddle Heights Addition Unknown Unknown Unknown G Unknown 7 Unknown 8 Unknown . y R. N. Hill 2 Dan G. Stout 3 Q. E. Bratcher 4 Lizzie p. Crlgger , 5 Mrs. C. W. Gosnell 2 J. W. Moore . 3 American. Bldg & Loan 4 Lizzie P. Crlgger A. G. Wheat Tom w. Jackson Daisy R. Hill Daisy R, Hill Daisy R. Hill Daisy K. Hill I. D. Church J. E. Wilson A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. a. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat A. G. Wheat E. p. Wilson E. F. Wilson E. F. Wilson 5 6 7 9 10 7 8 3 2 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 5 N 6 6 C G G 6 6 G 7 7 0 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 a . 12 12 12 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .II .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 Sunrise Addition K. Lelghton W 5 Ft. 3 1 .05 All persons and corporations Interested in said lands are hereby nollfied that they are required by law to appear within lour weeks nud make defense to said suit or the same shalL be taken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered directing the. sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said (axes, together with the payment of interest, penalty and costs as allowed by Jaw. Given under my hand and seal this the 8 day-of April, 1038. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. Hovel Becomes Haven BYERS, Pa, (UP)—"The Little Old Tin Can," a cabin nestled against a- wooded knoll, built 01 odds and ends of old automobiles md its roof weighted by stones, has been the home of Elmer Sack- .11 ett here for the past five years.. .11 Living now on a pension, Sackett .11 has found peace and satisfaction ill sifter years of being tos»d about,

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