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MONDAY, JUNE 17, 194C BLYT1IEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS IN THE OKANUEBY COUET Or VVVfTT. ABKAMIA* C1I1UKASAWBA DISTKICT . "v.. "oo,'l <; '''"""• K ' r ' FliANUIS '-KVKK UIKTKIUT I'LAINTIFF iS' .!^v^ 1 i:o'^ A A l ii,, A g!iST*!?..!?r. I l l . N . 9l "»( T K IN lu . <>l a t'*nirl ooMMissioNiin's BALE" lh«l Hie uiidiTHi»noil ruiinnUtlunrr In ronu.llanrn •rvr r,«i,J,.r,.,l „„ ik f I3ih J.» »t H». !»(« I,, s tuiiiiij-, Cltn-k«.a»l.. IH.liicl. Arkani««. In i' hiKlu-ia l.idiitT. for C«B>I. at In? fronl Himr nf Ihc j,". i Sl . 1 **''?' 1 '' 11 ,<-'»»'"J r . CMekaw«b» Olitrlcl. PJ U .], I'M. .SK',1 KW'/,. S. oflllvtr" "II " . N Ii SW'.l S. nil.I W. of 1th" NKVi NK'l K. of Li." ,.( 2« at) 2.25 U.60 4.5U 7.50 .10 1.95 '- • -'.» r,n 2.:ie 1.1:1 IK* .0:1 .l'i .70 .36 .25 .25 .'25 .25 II. < V..... v "sK . i1 '".^V' E '''^ ' ' '' *°»™-" BAKOE H .Vn-fc^SVi"''^™""^*!^ (Y » "" FIFTEEN <lfi) NORTH,"iANOE EIGHT " :2.i)o 10.00 TOWNSHIP fn.-.-v SK i-. sw \\ xi:i TOWNS1II1 1 3.20 .HO .IU .03 .20 TZir <10) EAST "Mu ''.r,n .25 10.00 2.f,0 .25 i «:i 3.IJIi 12.1:1 S. 88 ».il:t .an 2.6!l ^.7i -'•«« .3d 12.T> 12.75 Anesthetists Boycott Hospital in Memphis .MEMPHIS. Tcnn., June 17. (UP. —A. E. Jennlti^s, ehuirin:iii of Iht' Memphis Bapllst Hosiillnl executive comnilllce. si>Ul he would eon- f«r with the hospital's udmlnlslni- tor todny lo s cek :l .solulltni lo Iho boycott placed on Ihc liosnlliil hy the local chaptei' of Nurse tvneblhc- tUls. The Anesthetists voted lust week to boycott ihc hospltnl except when ' culled by the physicians whom thvy represent niul In cinernoney cast'.s. The ho])stt(d, one of the l;iVnest In the south, employes two iine.'illiei'ist.-i on Us stuff. Jennings said the hosplltil WLIS not affected over the weekend .since, only emergency cases :ire sclieduli'd on Sundays. Meanwhile. Dr. Hnnry Ii. Col'en, tccretnry of (he Memphis and Shelby County Medical Society, said his group was civeulnllnu a ]>eil- llon of protest to uo presented to the Bnpllsts conventions of 'IVn- nessce, Mississippi mid Arkansiis, owners or Ihc hospllitl. Protests over the admiiiKlvjtllon of the Bitpllsi ami other hospitals here have been yrowliif; unions <loc- tors durliiu (he iwst, week, out; group announced Saturday that » new hospital, ci/5ltalnlii(! elose l<) 250 beds, a ii<l to l)c known as Doctors' IIo.spUiil would be eon.slriicled In Memphis dnrin B (!„• Kail or Winter to relieve the shurlnuc of beds in hospitals here. Eagerness fo( Hot Baths Poses Tough Problem For Famed Resort City HOT KI>H1NOS. Alk., Jlllli! 17. <U1'>—l.aek of itde<|iiiilc wuter f»- t'llllles was listed here today as thi! outstiinillUK reason fur Iho rcfus'-.l of recent appllcnllons for new balh houses. Hill SelK Jr., Chamber of Commerce president, pointed out (lint approximately (19 per eetu of Ihe city's water was now used at the peak of Iho season by soui'! 16 pay balh houses now in operatl'.ni. Flmires released by official nt Hot Springs Niilloiial I'avk intlicated heavy Itierettse.s, and polnleil out tin- crowded conditions nil bath houses tire subjected lo. In May. 101.745 baths we.-c <;iken —11 :iti per cent liierense over the 15,00-1 baths [jlven in (he same inoiilh of 1015. UKUITS for April showed a 39 per cent increase over I'JIS; March M per cent; niul i-VL- PACK FIT! Veteran and Young Wife Murdered in Louisiana NEW SAHPY, I,ii.. June 17. (UP) —A slmiKthcncd |»llec force today limited IhroUKlioiit tile Mississippi Hiver plantation country for the B.ssnllnut who bluilneoned a ynuiH 1 ,, war vclernn mid Ills 111 -year old wife lo tleatli here yesterday. Olscovery of the Iniltered 'bodies of Joseph retrolln, 28, ami his wife was mnde who by reliillycs und were iitlnicted by Ihe cries of the couple's baby, Slieiifl l.eou Vial, Jr., salit. Vial reiwrtc<l Unit Mrs. Petroha, an exi>eelant mother, had been criminally ussiuilled. The slayer left few clue.s on the K«i'y crime seene. Kven Ihe heavy rough jiliio board used In (he fidul rlubbliiK revealed no fliiKerprl Vial said. TOWNSIIir «':irl C.in.'r. l.iil 1 in XH'i SK % ~~"' ~ ii. i.. niii.'ji. si-:v, SKI-, .: : ^iujif, sY. M:',; SK" 4 ~ TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN "{ 15)"" NORTH "" •I'',,'" """•• | '.J ll "f. '•"'. ' Sup. Survi.)- '._ tt> Sum"'. I.,.! :i Sni'i. Siirv,-) ~. "_"_""_ : >" Sunn'. I,ill I .Sup. Snrvuy ~_ ^ 0 (ins Kiniili, NW,4'SW','. '-N'K V,""II-i-IIII"II" 30 J-Mu.ir fnrlwri^lil. jMI .N •/. l..j| 2 NKU^N'W'/i IT.KS Itniiii.y 1 id Cliniilill l.ril __' ai A. A. mid (ivnuvn Kiiini.y. X. 420 II. ai W ''10 It. <if \',-^ l.ol 2 XK!i N\V'i '_ -M II. A. Cl,;,pi,,, N. 210 II. at K. aii'ltVif" w'V/J fi. "( :. ','. i.'n 2, N\V/, xwii _1 'u I.. \Villiniiin. SW,', NW'4 _.I II"! II ;12 All Olii:. Kurvry XK',i Mi K uf .11 :l.30 L'.fi I.7C .500 .!5 25.^5 (I) EAST .50 .25 2.50 .25' 1.25 .25 (») EAST '.Oil .25 2.75 2.75 0.56 . |ii.-:i E ., Mill i |,l,r. .. . I.. Tiilivi'll. XW 11 N\V S TOWKSHI1> 1.75 1.00 1.00 10.00 .10 .KO M r*. !^MII< J. TOWNSHIP :ly llovill, K iin C. M,,,,,ly. W'.i Hi'. U' 1 ,'. -VW", HIT Palmer. K X u. SE'.l Wvlib. 2 ai-r, TOWNSHIP l..f,l WaL-'KT. . .. riFTEEN (16)' NORTH. RAKOE TE1I ' FIFTEEN (16rN"oRTH,"RANbE ELE'VEF nf W. :ilUi. KW'i KW/4 Ii 5 1 25 SW'i NKH _ 7 20 5.00 1 iu-ri' .i'f'w.4 iicri-'a* ViTrir - 101.1,1 2.50 .•M in NW KiniiT SW'.l MK',1 15 I.<Jt J.aO in-.s in SK i-uriHT KKV 4 KK'.i Id :| ..75 SIXTEEN (1C) NORTH, RANOE EIGHT W ',-j XK'.i X>V'.i :l;i 20 500 "" 40 10.00 .At .44 .IT .03 .15 .25 2.4.1 1.50 I..10 Former Earle Physician Dies in Little Rock UTTI.E HOCK, Ark., .lime 17. (Uri — Kinicriil services >;J11 Iji; held this aflcriuxin for Dr. John Vines Salterfield. 7'J, who died at his hmnc in Little Uoi'k yesterday innrmut;. A Ht'Jiduate ul Tiiliiiic University lu New Orleans, the doctor prucllccd nt Marlon uiul Knrle. Ark., mull 15 _ years IIKO when he retlnxl l>ecaiis" of ill heiillh. He is survived by his wife. three suns niul four daiii'lilers Baseball Standings SOUTHERN LEAdllK Atliuiln NlliillVilll! New Orleans . Mobile .... Ultic IVjek . . UlrminRhniii W. 1,. ret .ili' 1. (i) ' 31 ' (8) EAST 1.25 .25 (») EAST .08 .25 1). Hi.lines. NW/, XW,i :14 40 1000 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN 116) NORTH RAKOE MINZ •'. «'. CUM-: Ml in Arli. XK',1 K. cif !.,•>•.•.•__ 21 •« 30 l» ra i:,:, K .. Disl. III. W. Pi. NW-'t KW'i It-hs IJitfli 21 5 J.2,', ... . ... .1. tt. Cnwnn. l..it 1 Hup. S.ini.y 21 19 .95 />4 25 «. (i. N.irtiin. I,ul 1 Hup. Murrey :U 4B 2.:1|) .IS 2.1 tinin*.. l.-il 5 iiuij. Snrv,-y :i:| ^(> • .>. on r (0 .^ TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (10) NORTH, RANOE TEX (10, EAST (rlins. tlrr. NK',l KK'/, Sup. Survry 30 33 - -J.9S yj - .25 ll<iiiu.r .mil An:iiii Tncki'r. K. 12 fl. nf \V. Ki2 ft. lit S. ^111 II. of K'f, KWK SWU :18' 1 .25 08 "a VOWNSH1P SIXTEEN (IS) NORTH, RANOE TWELVE (12) EAST .Iin; CniiiiiiiKliiitii. X Vi S\V VI 3:t 80 '20.UO 500 .25'. i.m ink. : •_ 1_ Allison Adilltlon to Blythevllle I.Ml fi.50 H.ll'j 3.3S 4.0;l l.lil A..'(I 12.75 12.75 Ma^nolln Pi'l ' K 4 ft ttime N 70 II S*ni(. X 70 n l i;/.o | , i;i . Jr , ^ - Js •SunnyAldc Arldlllon to BlyUict'llle Kltiri-nni M. nm rf 5 t.r.o i.i:! .2:, r,,K.s Alfri-il Li'L- 111 r. I.M) 1.1:1 .-Tj r, KS s »'ne 11 5 -1.50 1.13 "5 5 KS Klort'iicc M»ltli,.«-.s i:t 5 i.r.o 1.1:1 •-,-, r, SK W««t Enil Subdivision — inyllicvlllo O. C. IliinkK :i :t 1.50 .;ifl .••:, 2.KI WentKate Addition to Ulytlicvnic Mrs. Kill] Cmwliinl lM;ili- First Aildltlon to UeM R. ». Cnwhiril, K i~ Lots 2fi. Mil. 27. OrlgiTHI Survey lo Uoli Mrs. W. .1. llulilinril i n :i.r.o .KS .LT. -l.iv.i SiMilft 2 H .f.O .i:t .2:, >K my :t IE .50 .1:! v:, .Kft K. L. Haya A'lillllon to Lcichvlllo .1. <;. .Million 1 r. 2.5(1 .(.:! .2.1 :t :H Itrfgul.r Lol« lu Town K. 1.. Kt.-i.il. l.i.t I in SI . of Lci i«. Di'p 'I v r,-vn1hiin 5 :l 11.50 K«l«on's First Ail.llllon W. to I'«tk Adilllloii tn Lcaclivillc T.. Stiip|, 111 H 1.00 I.no .^r. Smith's Addition to Lcaclivlllc n. Sylvin Col.- 2:1 n .i.no 1.0(1 .IT, 21 I) l.nil lli, K. 1.00 -Oil t.u M»tli« Wilson, N e l.r»l in'-K'i W ft 9-I5-H W. M. MrKarUHtl, ' d nf^MiriiBon BK 'i? 5.f.(> 1,38 '.LT» N 300 ft ' Lut " St. 1 ' 7.111 1'i-fS II 9.00 2.25 .25 11 5<] III i)d AddlUcn lo Blyth"ill« K. .1. lluiligi- 4 1.00 '.25 .25 I.sii Ijrrj Firit Addition to Bljthtrlll. Jnuii-s iinj Alice Ford . . U it -1.:>I1 I.lj .J;> JJ.C3 . W. Bailer Addition ly Biythevilie -!;m i,. :,iiks t.V- 1 -.il> .0^ .'Jj :'-!S ^iri sih.K-r " i 'j.uu -J.-j;> .:>;> LI.JO uairoti Ai Lilly Addition to BlyLhevilL* MIS. (J. H. Ktlli 1 I D:;ilf. l.:it> >-,> ' 7-1,:* NII in- " ^ 1 l.ou .;,» .J.j ^.u fci! Utiistuy ly I l-Ul) .'!;> ."J.'i l.->u -Jiii-ii! H 1 l.OU .L'i 1 .^ '-1.50 ^iiniu TJ: 1 i.no .1:0 .us 1.50 Vim iiuinninii :i K --'.ib .03 ,^o y.^rf V. .',t;!l, tl yalr. |j j >j, j .^, ^ .;•- Elytlie AvitUUan lo BlyttievlUe .inliv >]>i;ullll V KJ , : >.;>U 1 .it.S .Jo 7.1 -1 liiytncvute Liimljcr Co.'s First Addition Lo Kli/lheville to Klythcville S. X. Ni'i.ilhnm I ;i r.-f.U I. 'Aft .'20 7.1.1 E. M. liryan Addition to BlytUeviU* \VillK- lit U <iri'i'iL 1 > 1 ll,ii() ,t>^l . -:"» it .118 Snini' ll> 1 ..'lU .1.1 .^."» -Ho w. i'. Cor>ii>ii ^u ;< 'j.. r )O .u:i .^r> ;i,;sri H. .S. HtK-llmi -*j i 1.1M) Z.'» .:!,"> l.r.fi S:ir<i,- ti 1 l.(il) ,^.'> .^') I.5O S ; «rin- 7 -1 1.00 .1^.".. .'J."j 1 j">O Siinm 10 i i.r.t) n;i ,'j,> :>.srt surnc i!n i ;i.ou .~:> .-jr. 4.00 BURR Addition to Blythevlllo .1. (?. ]S,n in-s 7 i:t ] Jin .2-i .'J,"> 1.50 Sunn- « i:j l.OI) .L'.'i .'Ji J.50 \ ft ( rus tatuiu urn • Chicago Mill fc I,br. Co.'s Second Adclilion to Blythcville .fntids 1.1-v.is 1 1 It U.V) .:1H .2."> -?,1 -( Hinnc IL: ;i IUHI i.;.i< ,-jr. 7.7.', UiJicA^o Mill S; Lbr. Co.'s Third Addition to BlythR7lUe A!r.s. JIM- t'ann-y .lr. '2 1 .of) .1:1 .2.^ ,fi8 Kllii-rt K'iss N [i1 1 '2 t.OI) I.OI) .2.^ rt.'J.'i 5 1.00 .^5 .as •SimiC , (j i.oo .^;"i .->=> ^»"'i« 7 1-"0 - .25 .'.T» loliiinii! Korrt ^ ^ i,(j ( U /2u..^5 Willk' L?u LtiKBp r • • ,- •!"' .1 till ux Fraziur .Itf: . 1.0fl' f [5s ..:;.* Sixniie ' , '2(l« l.fHlV .^5'.'.J?1 Sfiuin . . _r . .-'::> 'Zl ,, J,(J.CJ .'2") ,3( t " KulH viallir^' ' Ml {}"' k' Eui ^ I i^ uX ^3** Sjunt 1 ! j'i.",'' s |i - : | &4 ji'j ! l,Dti !|^Ui> ,4.' •H'lirtto •*'r ' '•'"*" '"1*45 (J i 'li^lt * J Js-ii^ hniiiB ^ j!fi 1,01)' ..25 .L'J Larry fieconrt Addition to Blytli Walivr Wn^liiTiKtan ". J.(Jt) .'2;-, .2.1 Lilliiin -lofinstm l,~> 1 .(Hj .15 .L'. Hn«ir Hi I.Oy .-J,'> .'J5 '21 "1.0U .Jii .1': i.i-r«,j- i'.'iyiu- LM J ,fJU .'JS .2C Moulin Henry 24 IJKI .'J!."» .'2: Larr? Third Addition to Blyth 'M*iJKi« ('r*fi ':i : 'i.oo ,-jr. .2 : Hiiljl. Mi-Cmriicr 7 I.OO .I'.l .'2r Sa _ H JOO .L'3 .-'. H • 1.00 .'Jii .•->. -Ivss.- Diniftlnn l'2 J.IKI .25 /J: U. HpilTvn 14 1.00 .'Jo .'-!, Kiiy H lUrir 13 'I.ll» .2', /J. .r \\ - . \V«firt 17 1.00 .1!.', .'J SidnrV Wiir»d 24 KOll !^5 "^ L«B Addition to BlytXcvli Pc»r] MiK-hell t 'J.<m .-Jft .^ M»rsh Addlttlon to Blyth«T Dr. W. ; W. KanlVrirn -• • S. 10 Tt 1 !f 1.00 .25 .2 Sainr 2 ^ S.oO 1.38 .2 Kiinire HoiUi 7 3 5.50 1,38 .2 K.-mfnM Utrr* ;'> 5 l.SO .38 .L' I ..".0 l.ul) 1.5U S.uli,- Klli-: \V. \ r . JohnM Snni.. K -1.50 1,511 5.SK 'II W.'llllu-,' N. II. ADliftlirai ({ ,1.(|(> ] (K) ._ r AH.litlnn | o 1:1 i.oo Kuivcy to X,.. :,«» ii -j r..iiu i MltnlU ;, i..'i (l ;, i.r.n a |, u | ,-, u DU Sn I'. 1). Iirc«ii]; K. I*, l.l.i 2 P.I 10 1.00 I.OO .25 220 Hi I (JO I.no .25 221 Hi .1,110 1.01) .25 222 H! 1.00 1.110 .25 22:1 Hi .(.nil I.DO .25 ' «w Addition to MatilU »rii;ln !'j 11 2 !.:• 2 1.5O i 4,011 l.llll . J.ill) iitu Slllnllvl>lo: l«r.l 25 .!.;.[ 2lt 1.01 r l.otn In •il. l'i SW .111 .25 .HH to Mn,ill« l.."'0 l.lll .25 ,1 .00 .25 .25 1.50 Town or Yarliro .1 XVVV,, S. 41 S3 AMERICAN l,KA<;t)K \V. .ri(i:l .Mil .rion ,3')ll .-too .•J1I7 Lloyd Mangrum Wins U.S. Open From Veterans UI.UVKIiAND, Jlll'c 17. (UPI -.Idle l.luvd Miiur.nui, n Texas ftirm Iwy who wns ulniu.sl iiloimUcil under lit (lie kitlli- for l'Y;ini'i\ KliowiHl (hi! folks ul litmic liuliiy vvluil a Cl. I.s conrnBC iiH'ims ttlii'ii Ihe c-iuue lu licyotul liopi>. Tltf Purple Henri horo ilia It In ItiiiuiiiiKo lliey eoulil iiiuli'i'slitntl. Fur froiii Iho shock t)l' Vmlllo wlitcli Is no difficult, for tiny who hiiveti'l .veil It to iimlersUind, On! :tl-yimr-ottl profpttilonnl wriili! Itl.s lulu of coiir- ntso on u nolf coui'.su by voiiilii-; from Ix'liliut lo will the U. 8. O|X'ii Golf C'hiinii>li>Mshl|) Ijy out 1 Mruk'j In u :iG-Uole playoff wllh llyron Nelson mill Vl« OUe/./l. lie WHS lorrldt! whon I he (joliif.- wti.s thi! ImiKtii'sl, when Itiumlei", li;:hlnli]|: nml i;iln iwiml ovor C'.in- It'ilniry's iniin-kllllni; cuurw, whon hi! w:is I hire sltnls kick of Ohi'/./l itud Iwo shots hack of Nelson wllh only six mure hnlos lo no. lit- won the pliiyoff wllh n jmlr nt '(2s. while Nelsiin mill Clhivid, for yi'tu'K Iwo of the umilrsl compel I- tors In Ihr uinne, finished wllh TJ-'Cl. The limit! hiitl lied til am. four under pur fur Ilio T2 holes, ul (he end of Hie routiliillon tllM;>nc:c Ho.slon . . Nc\v York Di'lrolt Wiislilntiton Clcvcliuul St. Ixlllls . •Jf> rvj :u ciiicuKo 21 :u I'lilUiilclphlii 15 •!() NATIONAL LKAC.DK W. t,. pel. Pet. .To I (i](l .Gift .Ml .•I SI) .•mi .'101 WJ Brooklyn St. 1/Mlls Chicago Clnclnnull Boslon Pittsburgh New York Philadelphia 31) a:i 2f> •>'! 211 31 211 Yarbro Baseball Team Defeats Jones Store Boys The Yiubi'o Inili'iH'iiik'nt h;ist'l):il] ti'iiin ilcfiMUi-il Ihr Joni'ii Hloic buys to I hi' linn, oi H tn 5 yf.sd.Tduv on Oio Yarbni illaiiiDiid. Orlfli'ii anil Whittle wove Ihc wln- nliil! balli'iy unil Hiown mid Uircncu were Iho Ui:;ri,s. Tliu Ynrhro Inilepenik'nl-i nre sclieilnk'il In iilav Lull's Ktiua tciun Sinitlny. The pla™ for (lie uiinie Irnsn'l IJLTII ik'cldeU yet. . .3. A. \Viilti.n. rni I'Jxir.Li K. "I KW ,or,,,T. „; \\v '; L'7 Hi-ii :i.. r .o ' n . fl. K ,if HW i>T . li:i ml '|.i, . 27 I! I. (HI '.'.n li 1.00 .25 .25 211 <i I. mi .25 .25 C. D. ABlKlirailllcr Adllltioii to Mrs/ I. W. H:irris..n 7 2 5.50 1.IIS .2 . 1. 51) 1.5f, l.o'l Manila 7.13 .KK ,'jr, ,i.is:i l.'.d II -J^l> XW'.'i ,0 .1:1 .'i:, SH ,| to mllsf)- sni.l il.-.-ro.' ftiv Uxi'Minil I..MS .hi,- lln- I'li.lnlilf jilt' lr:u-l nml .,, 1, „„,! ,, 1( .ry Is Ki't ciul In Mii.l i]rrr>-<>. f'ir whti'li Mill) |,r.i|»-rly is il<'liiir|ii<.|il us tifon'Miiil fc.r 111,. y,-;,r IUI1, WIT.SKMS- my III.IM! ni.,1 II. i; «,.-i,l uf s:iiil Court un llii., Dm l> ili.y uf Junf, 194li, A. I). 1IAHVKV MOKIIIK, Ill (JMnncpry. Today's Games KOUTIIKRN LEAGUE Memphis lit New Orleans, nlchl. Niuihvlllc nl llliiuliiuluini. ulijhl. Hide Ilock lit Mobllo. nlnhl. ChiillaiuiOKu lit AlllllUn. inylit. AMERICAN I.GAGUE Rnslnn at St. Louis. Only uuine. NATIONAL I.KAGUE St. fouls ul Boston (2). Only uiiiiic. QUALITY IPfftfJV QUALITY COUNTS \x assured wlicn you liny SI. .loscpli Aspirh). Uncxccllnil In filrcnKlli — purity nm] quality. Ahvuysdeixi i uliil ilu oiid economical. Donmnd Ki. Joseph Aspirin, world's InrRCsL wilier Ht lOc. Save moroou tho 100 tabletboUlu ^G u . 1EAI THE ' flrl conlliiR roliof from Mm ^tinK niul hum nf iiiickly luvil niul initioi•Nkiu rajthos th«l. often incmixo In hot wcttMinr. \)m Miumiiiu, I llO ILllMiidUltMl ]>(>U'l|i;r. j\ ftuitily fnviitilo fur -10 yi'nrn, Mfxnaiui ItnH nmny vi'iir-nmnd nn<'.i, Knyo In lai-Riii 1 jiiRow. Oet Mrjc«iiim. TERMINIX TERMITE CONTROL Triple Guarantee J. <:o;irantrcil by llruic Terniinli by i:. I,, iirurc Co. by Sun Insuruni'e 2. <iu.u:inli-i-[l . (•uiiraldccil OITler. BRUCE TERM1NX CO. Licensee uf !•:. I., llriiec Company l(ll\ 12711 Mcm|ihiH, Tonn. MILLION!" m Mnv K',^ :i r; :i.r,u .3K .25 Chickasawba Garden Addition BIythevlllfl 2,13 Crn O.fi:i 1.50 9 - I.'.l" .:!« .LT. wrnnl FMulo 10 2 7.:.0 1.S8 .2-1 s.itiic. 1 1 '2 i.no .::.•> .as Millie 12 li 1,(M> .'J,') .'J.'. Davis Addition to Blythcville Jo I- 'rrii-^rlmimi :t S fi-r»0 l.fiil .2"> S.H« Davis Second Addition to Btyth«»llle Mrs Mnncln S. Tr.ivjx. \V. 1-2 ft, 7 1 R.nn J.riO .'J.% 7.7.> S:nnr> K 14 « i l.on i.nn .?.-. r./:r> Greenwood Addition to Blytheville John Bnrnelt 9 7 MIIKr * Omnlei S l>,irn V. 'UaVii, 1 tf. A. Hirron 4 K K. b'nx X. 75 ft 5 KI.J Diltnnl K. f.!.:i8 ft 5 Fi'il. Huusiii 1.5U ].'.(> I..1U 7.!:J 7.1:1 L'.i:j .".., 10 1.38 .llo 7.r't 9.. in 2.IIH .IT. 8.00 ^.00 .'JT, 7.10 IBS .23 0 6.50 !.«» .23 je'el l..',0 '.38 .25 -1 1 Ilcarn \V.A.Kirkcr i .on 1 .(JO , lflt 1-"i I l.OO . ArtrtLtion to Bl >laff 9 1 ^.-"iO Highland PUrn Ker/mrt lo Blythcvlllc ivh.-riy c n -i.."irt daio Addition to HolUpcler f' _ Addition to !'• 9 Irregular Lois Ml inn ] .on ,~*r- .v "™ T ", See. 16-15-11 Morris Addition U K. 2IJ fl 14 C 1.00 .25 .25 1.30 P. J. O'BTlcn 9nMlTtBton.~: K I,. Hhi'wlr* 4 2 2.51) .6:* .25 Origin*! Surrey I. BlytkerlUe Willie l.in.I »nd Roan- llrll Ko.rk 57 -Ti.SO 1 J. T? Ow«n Addition ta F. C. Homar ' C • 1.00 P.rk Addition U Sterling French ' ~ * • fl 'I fj.50 l.fia .25 8.35 of J. P. z*xfd« sad Gateway ab*lTlslem U BlftbrrlUe shannon Ijjinxlfy 10 A 4.00 i.oo .25 -,:<:, I It 3.50 .H« .2S •2 i> i.oo .25 .25 C. K. D.iritl 'J4 K 3.30 .«» .25 Mrs. M. A. Adkins : ii 4.00 i.oo .•::, Chcsttr Gallant '• 12 1.00 .'25 .25 Vrrnon Hoyd. V 50 ft of K 20[> ft «0 2.;.H .S:l .25 Mr«. )'. M. Killrhrtw. K. 175 fl. i:i 3.00 .75 ,25 Thi-lm.i l>Etc, N 225 fl nt W VI 4T1 ".50 .in .'->.-, .R< Kainr K'A 45 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 K!ct!«rds A«lllon to »lyt»tr!llr K. ,T. Urownc H K 9.00 • 2.25 .'Jo 11.50 Edwin HsMniOD AMltMi to Prurl White 4 4 I.OO .25 H. O. (Jdk'.s A f) 1.50 .38 Mrs. Myrtrous Coolt 12 4 50 1.13 .38 7-iy lla 1.50 4.r.:i I..'>0 4.6:) 525 1.50 3.3S 4.00 1.50 2.13 Krnesl Oillirr Mrs. Mj-rtrous »•! Ark. Ilni Co. >f«rle Millrr . 2 1.50 CtwiV :t 13 4.50 4 13 3.50 (1 17 I.Rn .25 . Kullliu.l'S hcpiu- k. * LTorn .1 I'h K l.Oil .fta .25 .3* .55 ,:is .25 I. in 2.U host of other advantages. Von will have every chance, too, for promotion and higher pay. YoVll be working with other keen young men of your own ape, using the most modern equipment, doing an interesting, constructive job. What's more, you'll have ;m opportunity lo fulfil your personal responsibility—by helping your country keep its commitments in the post-war ycjrs. COLLEGE, TRADE OR BUSINESS SCHOOL WITH EXPENSES PAID! If you enlist on or before Oct. 5, 1916, you'll have educational benefits under the GI Hill of Rights. At the end of a 3-ycar enlistment, you'll be entitled to a full 4-year course in any college, business or trade school you choose and for which you are qualified for admission. The Government will pay your tuition, laboratory fees, etc., up to $500 per ordinary school year, plus $65 a month living allowance ($yo if you have dependents). who may rccnliic it »n>' «*c. «nd former i dependent; on lenjtih o( icr>icr. 5. An incrc*%c in tfic rccrrllumfnt hnnut to 5^f> tor each year of active scnkc since such bonus wji IJM pjiil. or since liu entry into service, providcil iiTnliic- mcut is within <ju days aficr last honorahCc di^hjr^L'. 4. Up l» <>nd«>V pai<t furTo-Juh.df pending on ItnRtli of icr\ice. with I rave I paid lo home and return, fnr men who rccAliu u-iihin the pte«rib*J time after dti«.h»rKC. 5. A ihtriv-diy CiirtouKh each j-eir with full pn . f>. MuMcrinR.out p»y (hi\ed upon IcnRtii of icr»iue) lo all men who ate dnchitRcd to tecrtlist. 7. Option to retire at hilf P«j-' for the re it of your life after in year** acrvicc—irutcatinjt to ihrcc-^untcrs t>ty aficr 30 year*' icr*kc. All previous ictive fcdcrjl miEi> lary service counts toward retirement. R. Tlcncfili tmdcr the Of Hill of RiRhti for mrn tvho enlist nn or before Otiolicr 5, 1946. A 4-)'car tollcpc. (ride or huiinets school counc, with txpcnsn pjiJ. • t the end of i 3-ycar colntmcni, r>. Fa mil) 1 allowance* for the icrm of tnlittnunl for dependents of men »ho enlijt or cecnlist be Tore Jufy r, 194610. Choice of brine h of sernce ind over sen theater (of thoie still open) nn j->cac enHjimcnis, fnlivt Mow or Your KwO;i; 305, U. 5. Army *«n;rfma . ^ flrmy Camp or Po?T .;* J WATCH YOUR NEWSPAPER FOR ANNOUNCEMENT OF INCREASE IN ARMY PAY RATES * Listen to "Worriers of Peace" "Voice of the Army" "Proudly Wo Hail" "Harry Wfsmcr Sports Review" On Your Radio GOOD JOB fOK YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE THIfj- ' Join the Ark. Automobile Club and en/oy it's many YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20* ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. Van Patten Your Safes Representative •118 S. Luke St. Phone 2409 After Your 40th Birthday . . . Life IK oflmi one nilic utter iinuthcr. Dilnk Mmmtiiln Vulloy Wiilcr us »iiahiral nld In tlie Ireat- liient of AIVI'HUITIS IIIH! NKUfUTIS. Don't neglect rreurrliiB |mlns. Ask your Doctor about Mountnln Valley Wnler, uiul how It helps lo cllinlniitc i>ain- causlnn toxins. Order a eiisc today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blythevilte, Ark. For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 W* Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loom and Dirt tor Fills ; LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. E. M. Larkln — — — natea Ilolmc* Need a 24-hr. Service TAXI!! Call Bonded and Insured 968 Bill Wunder/ich No Wot/ing/ No Delay! In Arkansas-Missouri- On Good Business and .Rental Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY Of APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write Florida Real Estate Loan Co. ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS OI'KN SUNDAY — GAS 20c George Davis, Manager Hiiviiy 18 West 4% FARM LOANS Farm loans inailo to fit your individual needs. Our rc-paymcnt privilege granted all borrowers. Let us explain our Prc-Paymcnt Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES—NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If we arrange a loan with you it is good business for us to make it fit your needs because farm loans are a good investment only when they arc good for the farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Glencoc Bltlg. Phone 3131

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