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PAGE 8W BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS DECEMBER 1, 1950 time Roils Back in. Pennsylvania As 84^000 Grope in Darkness By BOB SUSDV < AI/TOONA, Pa., We. 1. (AP) — 'You need the pluck of a pioneer— »n<3 maybe a flashlight — lo get -'along In this storm darkened rall- Toad town today. : Most of the 84,000 residents have been without electricity since a ferocious sleet storm last weekend. '-. The storm was part of a blow 'that nature struck against the entire northeastern quarter of the : : na ""' • . . ... , i finish unclogging main traffic ar- Today 15 per cent of Altoona's | tc] . ies 'inhabitants still are without elec- ' , The steel city began to assume a somewhat nonna! appearance again •except for the tinge of martial law—after a .ecorci breaking snowfall of 30.5 Inches since last Friday. Guardsmen Stay In Pittsburgh For Clean-Up PITTSBURGH. Dec. 1. (/Pj — Armed Natlonnl Guardsmen continued U> turn automobiles away from this city's Industrial heart today so snow-clearing crews could elec: tricity. One veterans' and three civilian . hospitals had no power until emer: gency circuits were rigged up 24 : hours after the storm started, A Pennsylvania railroad generator still supplies power to one Inslltu- i tlon ': For days doctors and nurses at : f. state mental hospital tended bei wildered patients with only flash; lights for illumination. I Officials of the Pennsylvania ': Electric Company—called Penelec > bj' folks around here—say It will : take weeks to restore normal scrv- . ; ice. More than 500 repairmen arc ,- working night and day on damaged : lines. But sub-freezing tempcra- i tures and ice hinder their efforts. i Yesterday the sun came out two ' hours—for the first time since Sat> urday. Ice thawed and smiles ', brightened. i Said Penelec vice President Wil; liam H. Wade: ; "Twenty thousand men couldn't j have done in two hours what that » sun did." ; Service Is Spotty > The 25 per cent of the population I who now have power still aren't 'l worry free. The service is spotty. It \ halted for hours twice yesterday j without warning. j The telephone situation is almost ( BS bad. Only 65 per cent can use f their phones. I Many residents simply gave up {trying to buy the necessary emcr- f gency equipment—flashlights, old- I fashioned kerosene lamps and coal £ stovfts. They left town for the dur- ! alien. ;' About 50 families moved into the ;penn-Alto Hotel—one o! the lew ; downtown buildings with electric{Hy. •j But there are other inconven- > lences. • Only two of the city's 25 laun- [ dries are open, One citizen com\ plained: The storm nas ICIL n loll of 42 dead. 19 in Ihe greater Pittsburgh area. The frozen body of William Sadler, 76, was found by police near the doorway of his small home m nearby Wilkens Township last, night. Police said he had been dead several days. Sub-freezing temperatures caused a thin glaze of ice to form on district streets and highways early today. Trucks which had hauled snow all week started to haul cinders. Most public transportation lines are operating on schedule again for shoppers and workers., However some highways near Pittsburgh are drifted deeply with snow as the result of high winds in the past 24 hours. boxes are In working order. They were hooked to emergency circuits. Nobody It MJue4 Nobody missed being affected by -he power failure. Some of the oudcsl gripas came'from bell hops at the Penn-Alto. They had to hike up as many as seven flights of stairs with luggage when elevator service repeatedly conked oiit. A walk along a residential street is like turning back time. Candles and kerosene lamps flicker In living rooms. Families huddle around open fireplaces. Housewives cook on makeshift coal or wood stoves If they don't have gas appliances. And the back porch has become the refrigerator. Most residents arc getting used U> their plight now. Interest is turning back to everyday affairs a7td the outside world. One citizen who has been busy 0:1 repair work remarked: "I had a chance to read a paper today for the first time in a week. "I saw the Korean war news. "Hell, we're not so bad off Altoona!" Southeast Missourian Bags DMI- But Loses It; Horns Broken Off POPtiAB BLOTT, Mo., Dec. 1. (AP) — One Southeast Missouri deer hunter killed a buck In Butler County today but didn't get to keep it although It might have been legal game. The horns were broken off when the carcass was brought to » checking station here and it was Impossible to tell whether they were of legal proportions. The animal was confiscated. The unlucky hunter was Fred smith of Sturdlvant. Deer stalking seems to have interested all ages and both sexes this year. At east two women have bought deer tags In this area. One was at Piedmont and another at West Plains. Also in Howell County tags were sold to a 12-year old boy and to two 82- year-old men. DUtrirt. Arluruu, IB tin foUowtac MUM, te-wtti Board of Director*, M. Frtnel* L*v« District, VI. ROM Crowell, Et Al, and Certain Delinquent L«nd(, Town loU and Eiucitt, No. 11.2W will sell »i public auction to th« hlfhett bidder, for euh, at the front oor of th« Courthouse In th« City o! Blytheville, Mississippi County, Arkansas, on ih« 30 day of December 1950, within the hours prescribed by law for judicial aa!e«, the followlnj deicribed real estate: in ! Summer Shirts Worn "I've had to wear summer shirts for four days." Gasoline stations closed because their electric pumps won't work. ] Most industries have shutdown, sharing plan for Gerald o. Sliane. Couple Won't.Marry f But Care for Child LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1. (/P>—The unwed parents of 16-month-old Lindsay Mae Shane can't ngrce to live with each other, hut they've going to tnkc turns daily taking care of baby. Superior Judge Mildred Liltie yesterday worked out this custody PAIN or IHEUMAT1SM Crying for RELIEF from Fight these ogonJeil Take clinically tested C-2223 for (iiitck relief. Wonderful C-2223 contains fa- jnoti-s, beneficial hcrl> "Blnck Snake-Hoot"; It's Iodized lo Bctl- vatc Salicylate action for belter, more cf- fective pnln relief. Price of first bottle back If not satisfied. Don't wait— go to your drug store—flet C-2223 SIMPLE NEURALGIA causing widespread unemployment. The big Pennsylvania Railroad furloughed thousands ol workers. A hand f ul of ta ve rns are ope rating by candlelight. But customers have to be satisfied with warm beer. Water pipes froze and some residents melted snow for drinking water, A poultry man lost a million would-be chicks when the current shut off in Ills egg incubators. All public meetings were cancel- Jed. Reports of prowlers mushroomed. Police expect a rise In burglaries on darkened streets. Today for the first time since '25, nc tor -salesman, ami Jcanclle Nowltzke, 21, drug store clerk: The father will have the child from 8 a.m. .o 6 p.m., while the mother works; she Is Lo have cus- lodny from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. But the judge failed in her attempt to get the couple to marry. Kveri if "thcr medicines have failed to relieve your COLD MISERIES YOU OWt IT TO YOURSttf TO TRY 666-ITS DITHRINT 666 UQUID-TABim iupposed Owner -* V a North, Ranee Clfttt (I) I .29 * .06 Township Fowteea (M) Robert Lee Herring, N. 208* ft. W. 208% ft. NK NWW 8W!4.. 37 F. L. and Grady Eaton, Eli NW'.i SE'i 14 20 5.00 1.25 Township Fourteen (14) North, Range Nine (9) R. A. Greenway, SE'/l NE?4 12 40 10.00 2.50 E, L. Parks SW'.i SE'i W. of Levee 2« t J5 .0« Unknown, E. of Levee, Frl. v SW',l SWU 32 25 1.25 Earf ».2» * .25 i Eait .35 M H*l Tit* .17 1 l.oo M • m« 18 3 1,00 J5 ula. E. Hyde , t 3 3.50 M Geo. Johnson t 3 1,00 Jo Corrtae Halfen ., 11 3 1.00 JS >«ne . 18 3 1.00 .25 Mer Clirk 19 3 l.oo .25 5»me ,. JO 3 1.00 35 George Allen 31 3 1.00 55 an Adams 28 3 1.00 25 Willie Miller »nd Mary Holmes ,.. S 4 1.00 ,25 Dcllie Stoke 21 4 l.oo .35 •ame 22 4 1.00 .25 Eno! Davis l « l.oo .25 Oscar Clark 5 8 1.00 .25 Tom Johnson « 6 1.00 .25 Same 7 8 1.00 .25 1 Irrrjqlir LoU In Town of BlytherllU Sec. Twp. Rge. Carl Alber, N. 74 ft. of E 170 ft. IS ,15 £6 .25 IN THE CHANCERY COUKT OF MISSISSIPI'I COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAW3A IHSTRICT BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT PLAINTIFF Vs. No. 11,232 ROSS CROWELL, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the midcvsisncri Commissioner \n compliance with the terms of a certain decree rendered on the 6th day Township Fifteen (IS) North, Kanre Elgbt (8) Eaat E. E. Gooch, Parcel 2 of Lot 3 NW'/s 6 31 1.75 1.94 .24 BUI and Mary May Lampton, S. 70 ft. , SW',1 NW'i, East of Honey Cypress Ditch 8 Lot 3.00 .75 M Ray and Florence Llnley, S 11 acres of Eli NWIS NEli n 11 2,15 .68 .2S Frank Barnes. N. ISO ft. of E. 60 ft. of W. 100 ft. Eli NWli NEli ... 17 Lot 5.50 1.38 M Same, N. 150 ft. of E. 50 ft. of W. 300 ft. Eli NWll NE'i 17 Lot 5.50 1.38 .25 T. D. Marshall, S. 15 ft. of N. 325 ft. of E. 23 ft. of W. 310 tt. SW 1 .; NE',1 11 Lot 3.00 .75 .25 I'iUs-Carrni Gin Co., 260 x 380 ft. Lot In SW Corner, SWK. SK1J E of Ry .. 30 Lot 11.50 2.88 .25 Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Nine 19) East G. L. Richardson, Lot 1 Sup. Survey 5 1 .05 .01 .25 O. E. Snider. NE'i SWli NEW ... 30 10 2.50 .63 .25 Township Fifteen (15) North, RaiiBe Ten UO) East Wm. Earl Moody, SE Corner - Center 1/3 NW% 1 Lot 3.50 .88 .25 Ivan Calvcrt NE Corner Center 1/3 NWll 1 1 -1.00 .25 '5 Herbert Belts. S'.i Lot 3 Sup. Survey 8 23 2.18 .69 .35 Township Fifteen 115) North, Range Eleven (11) Kasl John Ed Grimes. Lot 1 of E. 10 acres SW". SW'/i 6 Lol 4.50 1.13 .25 Leo Swift.- Lot 14 in B'/i WW SE!/, a 6 1.50 .36 .25 W. N. Mullins, E. 1 acre of W. 3 acres Lot 3 N',1 N',i SE'.I 10 Lot 3.50 .88 .25 Gennle Lowery, N. 171 ft. of E. 50 Ft. Lot 17 NEV, 15 Lot 4.00 1.00 .25 Unknown, Bal. NE'/« E. of Ditch and W. of Meander Line 11 » 2.25 .56 • ,25 Mrs. W. \V. McQaughey. NW S'.i NWli Sup. Survey 24 18 2.52 .63 .25 Same, Nli S<~ NW'.i Orig. Survey 24 22 5.50 1.38 .25 Same. NV1 S!~ S',4 NW'.i Sup. Survey 24 11 1.54 .39 .25 Same. N',2 S!$ SVj NWll Orig. Survey 24 9 2.25 .56 .25 Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Eight (8) East Lonnle Hart, Wli NE'I SElt 36 20 5.00 1.25 .25 Same, Eli SEU SE'.i 36 20 5,00 1.25 .25 1,81 884 4.00 3.69 7.13 7.13 .3 3.3: 4.6 9 15 11 3.50 .88 4.00 1.00 Lot 12, Eli Wli SE'.i Efmer Flowers, A lot 123 x «lli ft. out ol Lot 1« of W'.i Eli SE'i, as per deed recorded in Book 101, page 382 9 15 11 Gus Chltwood Est., Less S. 81 ft. and less N. 110 tt. of E, 150 ft. All Lot 19 In SE'i SE'i .. » 15 11 Jfus. B. Anderson, Jr., S, 64 ft. ol W. 108 ft. N. <fc E. of NW Corner Lot 4 of J. M. Jontz Subdivision to Blytheville in Lol 11, E',4 W'.i SE'.i 9 15 11 5.50 1,38 A. T. *; T. Co., N. 210 ft, of S. 230 ft, Of B. 200 ft. of Eli EEll- NW'.i 10 15 11 Webb E. 4« ft. of Lot 9 In NEli NEli 11 M .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 55 .16 ,25 .35 8.00 3.00 4.00 1.50 J5 .75 .35 1.00 .25 15 11 Unknown, Tract No. 2 BIylheville Plant Site 17 15 1! 2.60 .63 Lot Block James Addition to Blytheville Mrs. Rachel Privett, W. 42 ft 9 C 1.00 .25 Same 10 C 8.50 2.13 Larry Addition to Blytheville Eddie and Ada May Long 18 3.50 .88 Lurry's Second Addition to Blytheviile Jewel Jacobs 10 3.50 .88 ance and Prank stophpnsnn .... 21 1.00 .25 Larry's Third Addition to Blythevllte 3eo. McClalching 9 1.00 .25 csse Douglas 12 100 .25 'ruelove DuAcan 22 1.00 .25 Larry's Fourth Addition to Blytheville the storm all the city's fire alarm of July, 1950, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Cliickasawba 2.13 4.63 3.40 7.13 2.18 3.06 Frances King 33 (16) North, Range Nine (9) East NOW SLEEPS GOOD AT NIGHT Mn. Etfcd M. Speojo Corrects Aches and Pains • due to lack ol Vitamins . 61,62, Iron and Niacin /-Thanks to'HADAGOL Insomnia due lo upset stomach, nervousness,,or pain, may be caused by • deficiency of Vitamins Bi, B?, Iron and Niacin, Why rob yourself of sleep, why feel tired and run-down, why be fatigued clay after day, due to such deficiencies, when today's great HADACOL can relieve the very cause of your distresses, Results are the final proof of any product, and thousands suffering Irom such deficiencies, have written ;in to tell us of the way HADACOL •Vias helped them. - Mrs. Ethel M. Speaks, P.O. Box 577, Kirksvilie, Missouri, wbo -A-as suffering from a deficiency of Vitp- j mins Bi, Bi, Iron and Niacin, writes: "My age is 37 years. For quite a while, 1 have not been able \o do my work withnut a constant drag from start to finish. I had not taken a full bottle .when 1 noticed how much better rny back was. And, the restless nights I had for so long turned into real, calm, restful ones. I shall continue taking HADACOL for some time. I am sincerely thanking the makers of HADACOL 50 very much." Don't Give Up Hope You have every right to expect the same results from HADACOL if you have pain, stomach distress, fatigue, due to a lack of Vitamins Bi, B», Iron and Niacin in your system. No need to settle for symptomatic relief when HADACOL can relieve the cause ol your trouble, and prevent its return, when due to such deficiencies. The precious Vitamins and Minerals of this wonderful formula are in a special liquid form, already dissolved, , so thnl they will be quickly absorbed Jn your stomach and will speed to every body organ, to every part of the body. Why wail—you owe It to yourscif to discover the amazing fact that only HADACOL gives yon that "Wonderful Hacfocol Feeling." Trial fcize bottle, $1.25; large family or hospital size, $3.50, Recommended by imany.doclors, money-back guarantee. Is this - Christmas hard on your pdcketbook? Township Sixteen J. W. Cowan, All (n Ark. NEW E. of Levee 21 6 .30 .08 .25 Same, Lot 1 Sup. Survey 21 19 .95 ,24 .25 Township Sixteen (16) North. Range Ten (10) East Chas. O'Neal Smith, W'.i SE'.i ... 29 80 20.00 5.00 .25 Chas. Orr, NEli SE'.i Sup. Survey 30 33 3.96 .88 .25 Lot Block Allison Addition to Blytheville Caruthers and Robbie Lee Williams 7 1 3.00 .15 Lncile E. Tillman 8 1 3.50 .88 D. C. Jefferson 2 4 3.50 .88 Maude Toliver 1 5 3.50 .88 Lydia Moran 13 5 4.50 1.13 Maude Toliver 5 7 4.50 1.13 Prances Sanders 7 7 3.00 .75 Maude Toliver 8 7 4.50 1.13 Same 1 8 3.50 .88 Dan Harber 4 8 1.00 .25 Sam Barne.s Subdivision to Blytheville W. G. Alley, N. 100 ft I 1.00 .25 D. A. Smith, S 40 ft. of N 100 f t. .. 2 3.50 .88 Mrs. J. F. Mooney, S. 60 ft 2 3.50 .88 H. R. Hill 12 3.50 .88 Floyd Austin 14 .50 .13 Barron & Lilly Addition lo Blytheville Virginia Martin 1 E 3.50 .88 Same 2 E 3.50 .88 Eura V. Stone 5 P 4.50 1.13 Mrs. Florence R. Housh, N. 2 ft. of 2 H .50 .13 Oren Goff 6 K 1.00 .25 Same ' 1 K 3.50 .88 W. J. Logan, S. 28 ft 6 L 3.00 .75 John G. Hollman 10 L 2.50 .63 S. H. bishop Addition to Blytheville May M. D«ver ;... 3 ' 3.50 .8S Blythe Addition to Blythrvillr 18 24 5.50 1.38 [ra Nicholas . Ed B. Cook. W. 10 ft. Thelma Wlsom . ... J. L. Brown James Willis .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 .25 .25 .25 ohn and Missouri Flinches 1 jeo. and Lillian Thomas 2 Joble Jackson 44 ohn King 48 oe and Corrine Flinches 76 Millie Harris 93 lame ..'. 99 lame . 100 3.50 3.50 .50 .50 3.50 .50 .50 3.50 .13 .13 .38 .13 .13 .88 ames Buford Larry's Fifth Addition to Blylhevllle 8 1.00 .25 1.00 .25 Marsh Addilion lo Blytheville lunice [lodge 7 3 5.50 1,38 Maybelle Subdivision to Blytlieville G. Flowers 13 Albert T. Pierce 4 essie Smith 5 4.00 3.50 3.50 4.00 1.00 .88 Perhaps you're finding it difficult to buy the kind of presents you want to give to your family. Now, you wouldn't have that trouble if you had joined our Christmas Club last year. Today you'd have a nice fat check waiting for. you at the t'irsl National Hank. So (he thing to do is to see that your Christmas money is easier to get next year...join our Christmas Club this week. You just set aside a small amount each week. . 50c, 81.00, §2.00—whatever you can afford, and deposit it in vour own personal Christmas Club account. You'll be surprised how fast the money will grow. Then, next year, right in lime for the holiday shopping. . .a big check from the First National Bank will come lo you. Join Our Christmas Club This Week 2 27 1.50 .38 2 30 3.50 .83 Brawley Addition to Blytheville 23 1 1.00 .25 15 2 1.00 .25 F,. M. Bryan Addition to Blytheville Haskell D. Graham 4 5 4.50 1.13 Same, Wli 5 5 3.50 .88 Leo Swift 18 »' 1.00 .25 Bugg Addition to Blytheville Leo Swift, W'.i 7 2 5.00 1.25 .25 Mrs. I. M. Bentley 5 4 5.50 1.38 .25 Joe Carney 1 13 4.50 1.13 .25 Same 2 13 5.50 1.38 26 N. W. Wright. N'.i of of S 2/3 of Lots 3 and 4 13 5.50 1.38 .25 R. L. Chambers Second Addition to Blylhcville Floyd Moran 4 1 1.00 .25 .25 Same 5 1 2.50 .63 .23 25.25 5.20 4.00 4.63 4.e; 4.63 5.88 5.81 4.01 5.81 4.6: 1.5 1.5 4.6 4.6 4.6 .8f 4.6 4.6 5.8 .8; 1.50 4.63 4.00 3.38 2.13 4.63 1.50 1.50 5.83 •1.63 1.50 6.50 7.13 5.3« 1.13 7.13 1.50 3.38 Marvin L. Mcrritt 7 5 4.00 1.00 Morris Addition lo Blytheville Anna Marvin Dildlne 16 B 1.00 .25 Reginold S. Mclntosh 4 C 5.50 1.38 S. B. Patton W. 18 ft 6 C 1.50 .38 Same. E. 28 ft 7 C 4.50 1.13 P. J. O'Brien Subdivision — Blytheville Adeline Trotter 7 Z 1.00 .25 Herschell Trotter, Jr 8 2 4.50 1.13 F. B. Wall] !9 2 3.00 .75 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision — BLytheville William Long 12 3.50 ,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 IM 1.50 1-50 1.60 S.50 1.50 IM 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 4.63 5.25 7.1S 4.00 8.25 3.38 1.50 10.88 4.63 1.50 ' 1.50 l.SO 1.50 4.63 4.63 .88 .88 4.63 4.63 1.50 1.50 7.13 5.25 4.63 4.63 5.25 1.50 7.13 2.13 5.88 1.50 5.88 4.00 4.U3 Second Replat of J. P. I'rirte and Gateway Subdivision to Blytheville Floyd Austin 4 Vina Holcsclaw 3 Daniel Robertson 9 J. Alt Jones 2 Mary Ella Springfield 2 Maltie Jackson n Dennie Overton. W. 50 ft, of E. 225 ft 43 A. M. Houston, .N'.i of E. 252 ft. of W' 477 ft 43 A G 1 J Q R 3.50 9.00 5.00 4.50 1.00 1.00 2.25 1.25 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4.50 1.13 4.63 11.50 B.50 5.88 Edwin Kobiuson Addition lo 1.00 .25 Ross Myra Same Mary Swift Ransom Roxie Gillis 17 18 9 3 Zilinau L. White 2 13 Charlie and Elnora Howard .. 9 13 Same 10 13 O. S. Kollison Subdivision tc Unknown 19' C. RqllLson 23 Ruddle Heights Addition to E. Drake 12 2 Virgil Poley 4 3 Richard Faught 1 4 Chicago Mill .t Lumber Company's Second Addition to Blytheville Ralph Nichols 8 O. C. Eldririgc 8 Chicago Mill & Lumber Company's John Landrum, N. 50 (t 5 p. B Frtese 4 Lettle Holden 8 Same 9 I 5.50 138 .25 7.13 4 5.50 1.38 .25 7.13 Third Addition lo Blytheville 6.50 1.00 .50 3.00 1.63 .25 .13 75 .25 .25 .25 .25 Same 2 4 Garvin Hatley I 8 VVcsl Enrl Subdivision — i. H. and Bessie Henderson 32 1 F. B. Joyner 2 4 IVest Gate Addilion lo J. B. Garrison 4 B Wilson's First Addition Cecil Council 1 . Sume Same Ployd Morgan Unknown Unknown W. C. Hart Same Wilson's Second Henry and Carrie Jones R. L. Hays Addilion R. D. Smith 8 3 '4 15 1 2 10 11 Blytherille 3.50 .88 3.50 .88 4.50 1.13 4.00 1.00 4.50 1.13 1.50 .38 1.50 38 Blylhcville 6.50 1.63 5.50 1.38 BIylheville 450 1.13 4.50 1.13 5.50 1.38 2.50 .63 5.50 1.38 BIylheville 4.00 1.00 1.00 .25 E' -ihcvllle 4.50 1.13 Blylhcville .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 3.00 .50 .50 .50 Addition lo Illytheviile ..15 2 4.00 1.00 to Leachville 3 1.50 .38 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .75 .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 1.50 4.63 4.63 5.88 5.25 5.88 2.13 2.13 8.38 7.13 5.88 5.88 7.13 3.33 7.13 5.25 1.50 5.83 .88 .83 £3 4.00 . Grace M. Jackson Addition to l.eachville Johnnie Davis 4 A 4.50 1.13 Matthews Third Addition to l.r.u-hvillc COTTON MARKET QUOTATIONS i'he First National Bank is presenting, as a public service feature, the collon market quotations each weekday over KLCN (900 on your dial) at 10 A.M., 12 Noon, and 2:3fl' P.M. a. J. Allen Same Dorothy" Jessie Woods Dewey Smith Ed B. Coolt Dee Criner T. W. Webster FIRST NATIONAL BANK The Qniy National Bank in Mississippi County MEJIUKR: FKDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION £•••£ Chlckaiawba Garden Addilion to Blytheville 8 2 1.50 .38 .2S ; 9 2 1.50 .38 .25 Crawford Cole II 2 1.00 .25 .25 Ed B. Cook Subdivision to Blytheville 5 A .50 .13 .25 13 A .50 .13 .25 16 A .50 .13 .25 J. C. Crinet Addition to Brvtherllle 10 .50 .13 .25 David Acres — Blytheville 1 1 1.50 .38 William Strickland 8 4 1.50 .38 Davis Third Addition to Blylhetille A. J. Canada. E'.i 3 2 2.60 .63 Same, W. 21 ft 4 2 2.50 53 Falrview Addition t» BIylheville Willie Butler 3 1 3.50 .88 Sharp 1 2 4.00 1.00 Fulghara Addition to Blytheville Mack M. Grant 11 2 100 .25 Herbert and Allle Hillman 14 2 1.00 .55 Greenwood Addition to Blytnerllte Estelle Walker 19 1 4.00 1,00 Highland Place Addition to Blytherille Mrs. Doily Brown 5 1 5.50 1.38 Charley Salib* 11 1 1.50 188 Harold A. Jones H 2 6.50 1.63 C. T. JucM 1 8 <.00 1.00 Hollandale Addition lo BlythevlHe J. A. and Charlyne Biroer, N. 100 ft. 12 A 1.50 .38 Same, N. 100 ft 13 A 4.50 1.13 Hollipeltr and Shonyo Addition to Blytheville 8.38 1.50 .88 4,00 2.13 2.13 1.50 Howard and Martha Selby Smith Addition Minnie Lula Meadur W. T. Ingram Tilda McCfch Carrie Boyd George Tombs 10 16 5 11 3.SO 2.50 4.50 1.00 W. W. Holllpeter Second Addition to Adam and Mary Douthtt .......... 25 1 1-00 Le« and Adeline Austin ........... 13 1 1.00 .88 .63 1.13 .55 .23 -2S .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .3* 3.38 3.38 4.63 5.25 1.50 1.50 5.25 7.13 9.63 8.38 5.25 2.13 5.88 4.63 3,38 5.88 1.50 1.50 1-M 4 3.00 .75 lo Leachvltle 23 E 1.00 .25 [Same 24 E 350 .88 W H. Gibson 3 G 3.00 .75 Same 4 G 4.00 l.oo C. I). Ashabranner Addition to .Manila Rose Downing 18 3 4.00 1.00 '' Hrnry Ashabranner Addition to Manila M. C. Palmer 7 B. 5,5U L38 J. H. Carruthers Addition to Manila :taven Curtwrlght 5 I 4.50 .1.13 Irregular lots in Town ot Manila Sec. Twp, Rge. Uener.il D. Mobley. 1 Acre Lot in W!i NE 1 .. as per Deed Record 108. Page 185 31 15 9 3.50 .88 Lol Block Original Survey of Manila Lee Shedd 160 .....161 Aaron Same Same 162 Same . .....163 R. L. Williams 233 Same 234 Parkview Addition Catherine Dcnton 8 12A 12A 12A I2A 17 17 to 2 .50 3.5U .50 .50 1.00 4.00 Manila 450 .13 .88 .13 .13 .25 1.00 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 Roy Sloan'i Sabdh-Mon M Shy, NK'.i, C. of Ry. 38-15- M. Springer ................. 7 1.00 .35 Eugene Sloan .................... 8B 1.00 .25 WlUifoni an* Garrison Addition (• Manila - Blacfcwood, S. 50 (t. of N. 150 ft. of E. 125 ft ......... 1 1 3.00 .75 f. E. Ransom, S. 50 ft. of B 135 ft. 1 1 3.00 .75 .25 ,33 .» Ji Nellie McOraw, N. 80 ft. of S. 130 ft. of W. 375 ft. of E. 500 ft ..... 1 4.50 l.li .34 4.00 1.50 4.63 4.00 5.25 5.25 5.88 4.63 4.63 .88 1.50 525 5.8> 1.50 1.50 4.00 4.00 S.88 . Satd sale will M had Lo satisfy Mid decree for Uxw. and costs due the Plaintiff on each and every separate tract nnd parcel of land and on each and every separate lot and block, as ts set out in said decree for which said property Is delinquent as aforesaid for the year 1949. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court on thi* the 14 d»y of November, 1950. A. D. HARVEY MOREIS, In Chaac«rj-

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