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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1945 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS County Council To Hold Contest 'Know Your Community' Essays To Be Written By 4-H Club Members Tile Home Demonstration Conn ty Council met Saturday at the Blythevlllc Woman's Club for a pot .luck luncheon. Mrs. George Hunch 'presided over the business session. The council decided to make a detailed study of the O. I. Bill of Rights in order to be in a position to help Ihe returned veterans. The council also decided that although the material for the down comforters ordered >n December had not arrived, they will eel enough material for one comforter for a demonstration so they will be able to RO ahead when the material arrives. A contest, "Know Your Community", will be sponsored by the Council and a prize of SIC, 53. and $2 will be given the 4-H club member wlio' writes the best essay on his or her community answering I the following questions: DO YOU KNOW? 1. The origin and history of the I name of your community? your |school? 2. Tile man or woman who has | lived longest in your communityV 3. -When your community was (first settled? By whom? Where did ] these settlers come from? 4. The story of an historical spot | in your community? ' 5. what winter birds arc common | to your community? 0. Which farmer has the least | amount of soil erosion on Ills farm? 7. The number of boys and girls I in your community between the I ages of ten to twenty one years, I who arc possible 4-H Club mcm- |bcrs? 8. How large Ls your community? 9. Draw a map of your community showing location of roads, pub- I lie buildings and historical spots. SCHOOL NEWS Junior high school students making the honor roll for the first semester of the school year have been announced. They Include: Jim Board C Sends 41 Registrants Mrs. C. M. Abbott had charge of I the recreation period during which [several games were played. The members decided that in- Istead of sponsoring a Play Tourna- Iment this year that they would I have stunt activities. Each club I will be expected to put on a stunt I at the April Meeting and rccogni- Ition will be given this by the Coim- Luncashire, Jimmy Lowe, Jimmy Marler, Graham Par How, .Ann McLood, Joan Lutz, Joan Blrinkenslilp, Mose Simon, George Xcnos, Jo Ann Tiicschman, Betty Jean Woolen, Bill Hamilton, Lviclen Coleman, Christine Austin, Mar.y Dowdy, Gay Garrlgan, Maxlne Hill, Betty Nell Holland, Pat Burks; Patty -Ann Bartholomew, Nancy Ann Damon 'atsy Lou Pope, Louise Sullivan, Martha Trnylor, Larry Ashley Alan Berry, Jamie Kox, Mnry Jo Salon, Margery linle, Maurecr Norris, Vivian Taylor, Roger Liun id Beverley Alley. Students making' the honor r'ol for the third six weeks period ii junior high school were: Jim Lancashire, Jimmy Lowe, Jimmy Marler, Ann McLccd, Joan' Lutz, Joai Bhinkenshii), Mose Simon, Gcorgi Xenos, Jo Ann Tricschman, Bett> Jean Woolen, Bill Hamilton, Luciei Colcman, Mary Dowdy, Gay Garri gan, Betty Nell Holland, Christine Austin, Pat Burks, Putty Lynn Bartholomew, Nancy Ann Damon. Betty Ann Harber. Louise Snlll- vnn, Larry Ashley, Alan Berry, Jamie Pox, Mary Jo Eaton, Mni-gei'y Hale, Mnurccn Norris and Vivian Ta'ylor. Perfect attendance records for the semester were mndc by Jackie Eslcs. Patsy Pope. Bennlc Gentry, Howard Robinson,' Dorothy Rice, Martha Traylor, Mary Ti'aylor, Martha Jane Wallace, Bonnie Sue Thompson, Ruth Freeman, Kathryn Martin, Bonnie Goodrich, Frefi- dy Caltlwell, Maxinc Hill,-, Buford Young, Emma Lulu Shook, Peggy Gillenwatcr, Betty field, La June Autry, Jimmy Marler and Richard Linn. Students having perfect, attendance records for the third six weeks period are Jnckte Estes, Pa'tsy Pope, Bennlc Gentry, Howard Robinson, Dorothy Rice, MartiiU Traylor, Mary Traylor.' Martha Jaiie Wallace, Bonnie Sue Thompson Bud Abbott. Larry Ashley, Jamie PAGE THREE Osceola Contingent Leaves For Service In Armed Forces The 41 registrants who left for Induction into the urined service this month from Board "C" Osceola, were as follows: Chester E. Pierce Jr., Vannie D. Spencer, Otis W. Hodge, Edgar E. Peak, Louis E. Sturm, Iloyctto HodncU, John H. Griffin, Shelby L. Ten-oil. John K. Wood, Call C. Terry. John C. Mitchell, Isaac N. Alexander, Leo H. coiighron, Wurni-i" F. Ferguson, John W. E-slcs, llnrvo A. Smith, l.onie H. Rowe. Paul Bi-yan, Chester Phillips, William A. Woolen. LliiKle T. Griffin: Mack C. BiilH'i. T. J. Williams, Raymond Dlldlne. Lloyd L. Allen, Troy L. Henry, James C. llai'vison, Villlam R. Fells, Elmer C. Uuix-ly. .Ivln Bennett. J. C. Clayton, Travis G. Ward i. IS. Vanlandlnghiun, Norman H Jerry, Raymond G. Blacks, Oth-.i Dobbs, Willie V. Hni-rcll, Jtinir* Rogers, Joseph L. Trull. Vcrnoi Taylor, James H. Mathew.s. WARNING OKlHvlt In Hie Chancery CuurU Clilckii- v.iwliu District, Mississippi Coiin- ly, Arkansas, IX-iuik' 11. Sniltli, Pluintlll', vs. No. «9(il Alice Mae Bmlih, iMrmlnnt. The ilefeiidanl, Alice Mae Smith, h hereljy wiinieil to appear within thirty iln.vs in the court named In the niptlon hereof and answer Ihe complaint of the plaintllf Ucnnlc If. Smith. Dated this 17 day of Jnnunry, 1945. HARVEY MORUIS, Clerk lly Hurls Mulr. 1), U .'ercy A. Wright, Ally, for I'llt. Jlaudc Cooper, Ally, atl Lttcm. II24-31-2|7-M IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AUKANSAS CIUCKASAWUA D1STH10T BOARD OP DIRECTORS, BT. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT PLAINTIFF Vs, No, 8553 RUSSELL FLEEMAN, 1ST AL, AMD CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS NOTICI-: The following unmeet iwrsons urn! torpor cl •••• '--' — • • ..... The next meeting 124, it was announced. be Feb. Osceo/c? Lets Contract For |$76,800 Well Tlie City Ox-.'icil of Osceola has I entered into a contract with the 1 Layne Arkansas Company to drill a I new. well on the lots now occupied I by the eiCatlr.:,- -veils. I Work Is to tegin within GO days lot the letting of the contract an-J I completed within 45 days from the • date work is begun. 1 The new well ts necessary be- I cause one of the wells now in use • is pumping sand. I The contract, calls for $10,800, the I drillers gnaranteein™ a flowing I well!.'.. -.',-' Fox, Jackie James, Larry Lutz, Carj Mason, Aleda Freeman, Lois Wye- lady, Kathiyn Martin, Maureei Norris, Vivian Taylor, Donald Deskin. Merlin Gann, Mary Auten, Bon rile Goodrich, Ramona Needham Patsy Chilwood. Freddy Caldwcl! Louclla Alley, Christine Austin, Gnj Nell Crecelius, Maiy France Gaines, Maxinc Hill, Billy Joyner Elmer Lcc Taylor, Nathan Wade Buford Young, La Neal Hilbum Emma Lu Shook, Billy Gann, Jin ° r t mllons and all others havin Wendell M, Phillips .......... , ....... ,.,.11 9 • 1.00 .25 25' Wendell M, Phillips ............. ......... 12 9 1.00 25 '25 Mrs. 0. 13. Phllllps-S'/j Lot 7 & S',i Lot 8 12 7.60 188 25 , 150 150 -963 Troy HOLLANDALE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE aru-ncr 7 p 1.00 25 _ 25 HOI.Lll'HTEK AND K1IONVO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Islah and Joslc Neal Willie nnd Dixie Clark 9 Mose Wells .'.'.'. 3 3.50 3,00 '.50 88 .75 13 Chckn taws n , ls , >I CM ' ll " B '" tllc Chancery Court of Mississippi Comity, D '5ti'lct, Arkansas, to enforce the eolledlon of said tcvco »»l ol lands, each M.pp » cd ' ' , ' le 5lr mi ' m lhc Totnl Tax IHHIXiULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLVTHEVILLE Sec. Twp, Rge. 88 .03 03 In (lie Clunm-y ('mill of flic IMilck- iisuulu Distrii-t of Mississippi Ciiimly. Ail<:uis:vs. W. P. Mn-lwelhcr PlnlnlllV, vs. Klolsc Colomiin Mcrhvcthcr Defendant. WARNLN'fi ORDER The. DofciKlnut. Klolse Coleman Mcrlwctht'r, is herewith warned to appear in this Court within 30 days of tliis dud' to answer compliilnt of Plaintiff, w. P. Moilwethcr. Witness my hand as Clerk of this Court nnd the- seal thereof tills 24 day of January, ID-IS. HARVEY MORRIS. Clerk. »y Mary Lee JuiTiitt, D. C. (Scull \\U-3l-Wl-U Nome—Part of Section J. F. Craln-SK cor. SEV, SUM 13 i .25 TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NORTH, HANGK NINE Norris l>iirks-m<: NW", BE'/, K. of luvoo 211 1 IT, Norris Piirks-N','.- NW',1 SEK w. of lev™ W 10 h. L. Paiks-S'i NW',1 SE',1 K. uf lovce.. 28 10 TOWNSHll 1 FOURTEEN 111) NORTH, 11 J. 1. Simmons—Ell NE',1 W. of Rond.... 33 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGli EIGHT li3 2.50 I1 TUN 17.00 Mrs. N. F. McOrcw— SW'i NE'i ...... 2 Porter Dyrcl— NK« NW'l ...... 3 Hob Ednlii-sw K SKM ............. -| R. L. Ebcen— SEW 6KK ............. 3'> R. L. Ebccn— S ii NIC !t SE 1 i .............. 32 10.00 10.75 10.00 10.00 5.00 (!)) ,•11 ,13 .83 (10) •1.25 (K) 2.00 2,10 2,r>0 2.511 1.25 F. M. Ilin-sl—IxiL 20 in SE'/, 6EU...... 9 II. M. Rntcllff— Jal 5 N',4 NE'.i SE'/i.. 9 IB O. II. Wlmtloy—75 sq. ft. lot SEW BE 14 16 15 Mis. J. II, Small Jr,—Lot 3, Block C N'/j NK'/, 21 15 Mrs. J. 11, Smnil Jr.— lal 4 Block O, N 1 /. NE'/, .' 21 15 Joe EskrUlgc—Ixrt 10 In N'/j NEt-i.... 21 15 3.50: 2.50 2.50 463 400 4.63 338 3.38 11 0,00 2.25 .25 11.50 2.00 50 .60 .13 25 25 JACK .MICHK1.I, ADDITION TO BI.YTHEVILLK EAST .25 5.-1-I .25 .88 .25 3.3U HAST -25 21.50 liAST .35 12.15 .as I3.io .25 12.7S .25 12/15 .25 (1.50 Uraesl Hansom—E. 60 ft. of W 100 ft 1 .50 .13 .25 Lone Onk Ncioa Members of the Woman's Socle-' y of Christian Service of Lone Oak Methodist Church met Thursday with Mrs. J. W. Wallers. Ninn ncmbers and two visitors, the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hanks, were present. Following the opening hymn, led >y Mrs. Tom Brittain. the Rev. Mr. Hanks offered prayer. The scripture reading was tnkcn from tiie Crusade for Christ. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Glen Alexander. A sale of articles contributed by members, was held with returns added to the missionary fund. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Hanks. The next meeting will be held Feb. 1 at the home of Mrs. Ilarlyn Webb in New Liberty community. A dessert course was served (luring the social hour. Read Courier News Want A<1» Lancashire, Richard Lum, Jimtnj Marler, Jackie Phillips, LtvJmie Autry, Peggy Gillenwater, Pat Hay Betty Layson, Joan Lut/, Ann Skelton, Betty Reid and Paige Rat- cliffc. NOTICE hereby given that the TOWNSHll' FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, iiANdl) NINE Gus Smlth-NW!-', SW« NEK 30 10 250 Edgar Cnrtwrighl—N'.t Lot- 2 NE',i NWV1, less 1 acre _. 31 (til EAST ff.t .25 directors of Gosnell School District (j of Mississippi County will of- 'er Lo award a conlrnct on sealed jlds to the lowest bidder to be opened at i meetine to bu- held at Gosncll Ciym, H p. in., on the 1st day of March, lt)45 in Mississippi County. Arkansas, to purchase a ;<:hool bus chassis of 104 Inches wheel base and a school bus 21' 9" feel long with a sealing capacity of 32. Bids shall be for equipment meeting the minimum spccilkations adopted for sclmol bus iKullcs and chassis by the Arkansas Highway Commission and the State Board of Education. The contract will be awarded on basis of price and quality. The Equipment Is to be delivered a.s soon as possible but not later than 3 clays from date of awarding of contract. The directors reserve the right to reject any and all bids. For additional information write to M. E. Cook. Secretary of the Board of Directors, at HI. No. 1, Bly- thevlllc, Ark. Dated: Jan. 29, 10-15. M. E. Cook. Secretary. 1131-211-14 Eugene Slotin—W',<! NW'i, loss B. 5 in NW',1 NW M Ill 75 Chicago Mill fclJor Co.—all oriR surNW/i 30 2 Thco. Horfman—NW!1 SWK Sup. Survey Btisl of lx;vcc ;i(j 5 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH. HANOI Chicago Mill & Lbr. Co.—All Orig. Survey SW',-5 NEW ,o 31 Drainage Disl, No. 17, Miss. County—Lot « E. of lx>vcc, Sup. Survey m 27 C. H. Wallace—E. Ma SEK S. of llayoii.. 22 03 2.25 .511 .25 3.08 10.75 -l.tifl • .10 ' ,o:t .00 .15 TEN (10) OlildlNAL SURVEY TO BLYTHEVILLE Dr. J. A. Sulllw 15 p 50 Mrs. Kutc Ferguson ;.. 113 5^50 PARK ADDITION TO BI.YTIIEVII.LF, Tom A. Little i ,| g^fl 1.63 1.38 25 .25 2.75 8.38 7.13 225 25 1150 ItKI'l.AT OF J. I'. PHIW; AM) GATEWAY SUBDIVISION TO Ill.YTIIKVILI.K Lalla, Fuwlkcs fc Gordon 21 Clarence it Irma Slarnes 3 Mrs. Lula Walker—W 60 ft 7 Beatrice inn! Roosevelt Hirst—E. 300 ft ot W. 360 ft 11 1.50 1.50 3.00 .38 .38 .15 2,13 2.13 400 .38 .25 2,13 Lloyd Stlckmon Lloyd Stlckmou—W',i H. J. Brown KIUIAKUK ADDITION TO HI.YTHKVILI.E 7.50 1.00 0.00 7,75 a. 80 23.25 .10 5,81 23.C9 .38 1.00 .25 5.0-1 .25 3,75 ,25 20.31 1.88 .25 2.25 0.03 1.50 11,50 KDWIN ROIIINSON ADDITION TO BLYTHKVH.I.E TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NOKTII, RANOK KLKVKN (11) HAST Arch Llmlsey—Lol 4 Wi Ntt SUM 10 lot C.50 1 Kl 25 DM J. T. Simpson—Ix>t 1 of E. 14a, NE'l SW',1 10 lot 450 1 lit 35 5«ll B. Crnlg—NW'/i NE 1 /, W. of Road ;ia I .25 .00 .25 '.M TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANUK TWELVE (\'» F.AST J. H. Florida—Bel. G,M. lines, NWV1 NW',1 10 7 1.75 .11 .25 ^,.|-l TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANOK'THIKTKEN (13) KAST Dr. Carl Nics-SW corner, SEW SW'.i... 5 :i .15 .1!) .25 1.10 E. C. Adklnsou—1x)l 10 Rcsurvny, SliCi 1 'i ,60 .13 !ar, [|j|| Mrs. Lois L. Douglas—SW'/, SEV'i S -10 10.00 2 SO 25 1275 Edim Mac McDanliil—N. BUM ft. of W 511K ft. W'.i E',4 NE'/, fl C l.GO .311 ,25 213 Mollle Bucknci'—K 2-3 N'/j NW'/i Woflcvcc 10 1 .25 .00 Wnltci 1 and Pauline Turner Waller and Pnullnc Turnor ... Walter nnd Pauline Turnor ... Penrl Whllci Waller ami Pauline Turnor ... Slnnlon and Mntllo Wlmlcy ... Mamie Tucker Hast Ark. Builder's Supply Co.. Isruol Ennon II. O. Nash i..., 11. C. Nash 3.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 c.oo 3,50 1.50 3.50 4,50 4.00 1.50 .25 ,25 ,25 150 88 .38 ,88 1,13 1.00 38 .25 25 25 251 25 25 .25 25 25 25 .25 KUIHIU: HEIGHTS ADDITION TO IILYTIIKVIU.K J. W. Allison 5 .1, c.50 [33 Glen Harrison 4 o a.OO .75 Glen Harrison 3 10 5.60 138 John Fniser 4 10 1.50 38 John Fritter ; f, 19 ,1,50 .38 John Vtnsor o 10 5.59 1.38 150 1,50 1.50 1.75 4.63 213 483 5.88 -5.25 213 813 4.00 113 213 2.13 1.13 SUNNYSIDF. ADDITION TO HI.YTHKVli.I.E .50 TOWNSHll 1 SIXTEEN (Id) NOKTII, ItANdK I-.K1HT (8) HAST Frank Foulz—24n In EVi NW',! SEV1 24 Frank Foutz—EVi W'.i NW'/i SEVi 24 Frank Foul'//—All in Ark. E',!, W','. SWi'i NEH 24 'ALli RIVER, Massi^UP)—A'fter Ifloonng his opponent 17 times.in I eight rounds, lightweight Danny IPetro of .Washington got tired,, and I finally 'settled for a technical I knockout victory over Henry Davis I of New Haven, Conn. Millions Switch To Mutton Suet Idea For Chest Colds Quickly Relieves Children's Colds' Coughs, Loosens Phlegm Many mothers all over Amcricr arc switching to this idea of getting fast relief for these chest coli miseries. They arc simply foilow- | 'ing Grandma. For years she counted on mutton suet to help carry hei home medication to do its pain-easing work on nerve ends in the skin. No \vondor .so many more no\v welcome Grandma's idea as improved by science—Penctro, with its nuilti- mcdicatcd formula in a base containing mutton suet—that acts botl' as counter-irritant and jiain-roliev- cr when you spread it on, and a: a soothing aromatic when breathed in. And so today Pcnelro Iiurric.' along newer help in the old reliable way—lieln that cases painful misery, lessens coughing, loosenf phlegm, sootlics chest rawncsj—sc that you can rest more comfortably anil give nature a chance to restore vitality. That's why millions ar<switching to Penetro today—whj druggists arc recommending it. 2oc double supply 35c. For nil your family's chest cold miseries, ba surf you pet while, easy-to-use Penctro 300 CHICK ELECTRIC BROODER c MOULDED MASONITE STEEL REINFORCED • 5OO WATT RING HEATING ELEMENT • EVEN BROODING TEMPERATURE • ECONOMICAL TO . OPERATE • CURTAIM, PILOT LIGHT AND THERMOMETER INCLUDED ii.OO 2.50 .50 1.50 .03 7.15 3.311 .13 .25 .HI) John Uwtng John Ewlng Kant Avk. Builder's Supply Co. A. H. Anthony Allied Lee , Alfred Lee 2 3 10 '0 10 11 5.50 1.50 4.00 3,50 4.60 •1,50 1.311 .38 1.00 .88 1 13 1.13 7.13 2.13 6.25 4.63 588 5.88 • TOWNSHIP SIXTKKN (If,) NOKTII, HANOI! N1NK J. W. Cowan—All In Ark. NE'A, E. of levee 21 (i .30 Drainage District No. IB—W. PL NW'/i SW'/i, less Ditch 21 f> 1,25 J. W. Cowan—Lot 1 Sup. Survey 21 10 ,9. r i Chas. Orr—NEW SE'/, Sup. Survey 30 33 3.00 .08 .31 .24 .09 :AST .25 1.81 1.44 5.20 TOWNSHIP SIXTKKN (16) NOKTII, HANCiK KI.KVKN III) KAST Lilly Bailey—Lot 8 S>,i NE'/, 311 lot 2.50 .li:i .25 3, Lilly Bailey—Lot 9 S V, NEVi 33 lot 2.50 •1.50 .03 1.13 3,38 5.1)8 TOWNSHIP SIXTKKN (ir>) NORTH, HANOI: TIIIHTUKNMIS) KAST T. Hi IfaUicld—3. 831.5 ft. of W. 083 ft. Lot I .Sup, Survey 32 0 1.2G .31! .25 T. H. Hairtcld—S. 25a, Lot 2 Sup. Survey 32 25 3.50 ,88 .25 T. H. Hatficld—Lot 3 Sup. Survey 32 41 5,74 1.10 .25 I'. H. HatftCld—W'.i Lot 4 Sup. Survey... 32 20 2.00 .05 .25 SIINKISK ADDITION TO UI.VTIIKVIIiLK O. C. Hawks-U. 26 ft 3 1 7.50 1.88 WKST KNI) SUBDIVISION TO BLVTHIiVILLK living mill Dora Washington 1 2 4.60 1.13 I^la Wilson o Sunn-all 21 .25 ' 9.63 June Postcll W. P. Sumrull 4.00 •1.00 1.00 1.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 1,00 .25 .25 .25 Vi .25 5.88 525 525 5.25 5.25 II. B. Jones I'lltST ADDITION TO DKI.l, 7 0 2.50 .03 ,25. 3.38 1.83 •1.03 7.17 3.50 K. I,. HAYUS ADDITION TO I.KACHVILLK E. L. King a 2 1.00 .25 John Smltli—S'.'j ......15 5. 4.00 1.00 MATTIIKWS FIRST ADDITION TO LKACIIVILLE Lcroy Ilosenbautn 5 1 1.00 .25 NELSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO UvACHVILLK Ark. Associated Telephone Co.—S',4 1 A 10.50 2.03 ALLISON, ADDITION TO in,VTHI--.VIM.I: Lot 131k Horace .White ..-. .-..:..;• (1 P. [E. •Tlllmn'n .........'....: 1) P. E. Tillmnn ...... .. . | 10 Jim Allison' :.-.-.•'!/'.:.ii... ; ;'..•..:-.:•:..:.;.v-I N: J. ShH'cVs ....':;..'....'.....•...!....;..' ; c Finns Bob^iU 0 3.M i.50 5.50 3,50. 3.50 3.50 .75 .38 UB ,'.88. .118 -.88 .25 .25 ,25 s ;,25 '.'25.1 •1.00 2.13 7.13 4.03 4.03, •1.C3 AMERICAN LKOION SUBDIVISION TO HLVTIIKVILI N. L. Cissell Unknown SAM BAKNKS SUBDIVISION TO Ida Mitchell—N 110 ft. less S. 50 ft 1 Sam'W. Barnes II Unknown M 9.50 -2.38 1.00 .25 IILVTIIKVILLK .50 .13 .50 ' .13 .50 .13 12.13 1.50 Safe, Efficient, Uniform Heat An ideal electric brooder, strongly made of moulded masonite. A non-conductor of heat and a very good insulator. Equipped with a 500 watt armoured ring element, regulated by wafer controlled snap action switch. Maintains an even brooding temperature. Large size; 300 day-old chick capacity. A big value. BARRON ft LILLY ADDITION TO HLVTHKVIM.Iv Jess S. Burton 8 D 3.50 ., .88 W. S. Sweat 13 E 3.50 .88 Wattle MurdniiBh 11 P .50 .13 Essie Kooncc—S I-? ; 12 K 3.00 .75 Sallic Prcdmore ! I 5.50 1.38 BLYTHK ADDITION TO BLYTIIKV1LLK Mike. Simon 13 3 24.00 C.OO Miible Simon •.... 14 3 21.00 C.OO W. D. Cole—Eli 1 20 7.00 1.7ft Thomas F. Simon—E',i 4 20 10.50 4.13 Fan-is Simon—W','.. 7 20 31.50 7.88 E. M. BRYAN ADDITION TO HLYTHKVIM.E Unknown—W. 50 ft. of E. 100 ft. Lots n- OTHER SIZES NOW IN STOCK BROODER WAFERS Ooly 29c Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Night* 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue loom of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60c Incl. Tai. Double unit type, made of tinned brass, 3 incli dia. ( for all coal and oil brooders, GLASS FEEDER Only lOc Round ftlflss saucer, ivhli krnft board top \vitli siv holes. 6 incli dia. JAR FEEDERS lOc Fils all ma ion jars. Nrm- corrosive. Snnilnry. TJnsy to fill and keep clean, IDnomcl finish. JAR FEEDERS lOc Fainted finish, 6 inch dia.; screw top for holding any ! size mason i jar. FEEDING TROUGHS Only 25c Galvnni/.ccl itccl, 32 tiolcs 1 x !'J in. dlamclcr, 2,^ inches long, lock top. FEEDING TROUGH _ 19cT .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.50 5.25 .25 1.50 O. II. Johnson—N 140 ft 'I A 3.00 ORIGINAL HI1KVKY .15 13.38 4.00 George Jiihhers TO LEACIIVII.I.E .... 1 10 '1.50 1.13 .25 5.88 ., \ .- , \ : .r'AKK ADDITION TOrLEACIiyiLl.K Mrs.', Liuirft KMlh,-:-. W.'j . !.. ( ..... ..... .U.'i; .4 .: p j - A 00 A. E. iludsonf j.J|j{,j.oj.K'ii.. ......... J.Yr.jiM'- B 1 ' -400 ' 100 100' '525 -SMITir.S; 18-19 mid 20 , I .50 .13 .25 BWJfl ADDITION TO BLVTIIKVILLI') H. M. Hatcllft Eslnte 8 2 1.50 Mrs. C. D. Elam—W 24 ft -1 5 3.50 .38 .88 .08 .88 .88 •i.ra •1.03 .88 4.00 7.15 30.25 30.25 3.00 20.88 30.C3 .88 2.13 4.03 .... . . ....-,.,,„.,,....,...,.. •pifjh' 11 'iV;.-vwvS3;:rA'';-':ioo • Trustees I!pmb.:pciilbnslr(ttlon ! .Cliib •'•:/-. ;•' 1, -23 .--'A i " 1,00 Trustees Home Demonstration Cliib 24 A 1.00 W. Y. Johnson 2Q O 2.50 W. Y. Johnson 27 G 1.00 W. Y. Johnson 28 O 1.00 W. Y. Johnson 29 O 1.00 H. A. Jones 30 G 1.00 H.. A, Jones '..31 G 1.00 25 > 25 25 ' 25 .25 .25 .03 55 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 STAUDKNMAYKR ADDITION TO LEACIIYILLE Mrs. Lulu HAwklns : 0 A 6.50' 1.03 O. T. Myrncle 3 C 6.00 1.50 H. M. Hcndrlx 5 C 6.00 1.50 .1. M. CAKRIITHKRS ADDITION TO MANILA Mrs. Orn Johnson 0 Mrs. Orn Johnson 10 .50 •1.50 Gakaim.cJ steel, 16 liolcs, I JL V/, in. diacnclcr; 12 inches lon^. Sliding lock top. S. C. COKTKN'S SUBDIVISION TO BLYTIIKVILLK W. W. Shaver ............................ 1 0.50 2.38 .25 12.13 H. L. CHAMBERS SECOND ADDITION TO HLYTIIEVILLE C. J. Slsson .............................. 14 1 I.OO .25 .25 1.50 C. J. Slsson .............................. 15 1 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 C. J. Slsson .............................. 1C 1 1.00 ,25 .25 1.50 CHICAGO MILL * LBK. CO.'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLY'rilEVILI.i: G. W. Barnaul— W',= ..................... 2 3 3.00 .75 .25 -1.00 G. W. Bin-hum .......... . ................. 3 3 7.50 1.88 .25 0.63 C. V. ScntaUBh— EM ..................... C G .50 .13 .25 .8$ CHICAGO MILL & I.BIl. CO.'S TIIIKD ADDITION TO HLVTHKVILLK Alfred Landrum .......................... 5 3 2.50 ,63 .25 3.38 H.H. Bolton .............................. 5 3 3.00 .75 .25 4.00 H. H.BoltOn .............................. 1 3 1.50 .38 .25 2.13 Gallic D. Tcasley ........................ G 6 6.00 1.50 .25 7.75 Gallic D. Teasicy ........................ 4 1 5.50 1.38 .25 1.13 ROLLISON REPLAT OF N(* BLOCKS 5 f. K, CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY'S Znd ADDITION TO Bl.YTMEYlLLE ORIGINAL SURYEY TO MANILA Mrs. G. O. Stewart SO Inlcr-Klvcr Tel. Co 108 Inlcr-Ilivcr Tel. Co ' 109 Gco. M. Mntthows 172 Goo. M. Matthews 172A Hosa C'nraway 180 Kosa Caraway 180A ftosa Caraway 181 Josle Argo—Wli 105 Josie Argo—W>,4 195A Joslc Arso 106 Joslc AIBO 1DGA Hex HcrrliiB 201 8.00 8 A 1.00 8A 4.50 13 4.00 1.50 3.00 6.00 4.00 2.50 .50 3.50 .SO 1.00 .13 1.13 2.00 .25 1.13 1.00 .38 .50 1.50 1.00 .63 .13 .88 .13 .25 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA Orn Dills 14 Ora Dills I.... 15 Bud Hose— S',4 .......................... 5 i Bud Rose ................................ 6 Harry Prltzlus ........... • ................. II Harry Frltzlus .....•, ...................... 12 Planters Hardware Co. 126 W. Main Incorporated Phone 515 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 .13 ,25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 ,25 .25 .88 1,50 1.50 1.50 DAVIS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE . O. Thornlon— W 20 ft .................. 3 17 9.00 2.25 .25 11.50 DAVIS SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mrs. Odlc Freeman ................... :.. 5 5 5.50 1.38 .25 7.13 DAVIS THIRD ADDITION TO JII.YTI1KVII.LK 4.50 4.50 1.00 4.00 .50 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.13 1.13 .25 1.00 .13 .13 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 ,' .25 .25 .25 . .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25!.' .25 .25 .25 .25 .25- .25 .25 .25 'A( 1.50 3.38 l.BO 1.60 1.50 1.50 1.50 8.38 7.15 7.75 .88 5.88 10.25 1.50 5.88 5.25 2.13 2.75 7.75 5.25 3.38 '.88 : 4.63 ' .88 ; 1.50 5.88 5.88 1.50 5.25 - ,-.88 -.88 •• .88 1.50 1.50 G. E. Snyctcr 11 a. E. Snyrier 12 Manilla I.. Wilts 4 Mnnnlc L, Dills 5 Mnunic I,. Dllts 6 Annie L. Dllts 12 Annie U Dilts 13 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF YARBRQ ," r . ..". StcrliiiR French—Lot 100x150 ft. lying 50 tt. W. of and parallel to Lot 8. Block 2, Original Survey to Yarbro in SWK NW',1, S. of Bayou 21 16 II 9.00 2.25 .25 11.50 Said persons and corKornllons and all others Interested In said lands arc hereby notified that they arc required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the same will be taken for confession and judgment final v, 111 t>e entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said delinquent levee taxes, together with the payment of Interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. Witness my hand as Clerk ot the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chtcknsftwba District, Arkansas, this the 18 day of January^ 1915 A. D. HARVEY MORRIS Chancery Court Clerk. • .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Frank C. Douglas—SU 1 5 2.00 .50 Frank C. Douglas 2 5 4.50 1.13 Moses Simon—Nl'j 3 ft 6.50 1.63 Frank C. Douglas—SK: 3 5 4.50 1.13 Farrls Simon 15 5 7,50 1.88 Karris Simon 10 5 3.50 .88 J, M. Fowler 9 8 11.50 2.88 IIEAUN AUDITION" TO m.VTIIKYH.I.K W. A. Blckcrstaff 9 1 3.50 .88 .25 S. H. Eastburn Estate 6 5 6.50 1.63 .25 HIGHLAND I'LACK ADDITION TO ni.YTIIKVIU.E Mrs. Carey Woodburn Phoney 1 5 1,50 .38 .25 HIGHLAND PLACE SECOND ADDITION TO HLYTHF.V1LLU Jesse White ., 8 S C-50 KC3 .25 . 2.75 5.88 8.38 5.88 9.63 4.63 14.63 4.63 8.38 2.13 8.38 SPRING OATS FIELD SEEDS — GARDEN SEEDS SPEAR Poultry, Dairy and Hog Feeds Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main St. Blytheville, Phone 856

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