The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1937 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
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SIX BLYTTTEVILL'E, (AKKJ COURIER NEWtJ "Steele-Cooter Society— Personal The I Woman*? MIssIomry society ', meet in the home ot Mrs Lucille Stephens Monday ntlernoon with "nine niembers piesenl The hostesses were Mrs C E Mlllci Mrs > E E1 Bullion and Mi's Hutoid ; Spence. ' • Those taking pail In tile Woilil Outlook program 'ACIO Mis A D > Abenmthy, Mrs Benton, Mrs Fd - Marsh and Mrs Hobt Uiwrence .' The society \\tll meet next week In the home of Mrs 3 A Wallace Frank Harrier, Mrs. TJulh law- lion and Elbert Lawhon spent Sundav in Luke Cltv ns guests or 'Mrs.-Fred Robert Slott-s, wlio had Just lelumed from n Joncsboio honor of Mrs. Amos Huffman tit he .BaoUst. church •last week. The Wei'- Mrs, Hutfmrin Is' ft recent tilde '.' ' ' .. I'MTV ,11/anelt, who' has Men seriously 111 nl lhr> home of' Ills mother In Cooler U'c past month, 's much Improved. ' . Arch Pillord is very sick with P'l, '. bordertnij on pneumonia, nt 'lie home of his brother. Charles Pol'iml. near Cooler. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. A. Sponco lisu'e returned from n vl.«Jt with their 'liueliter. Mrs. T. M. Orccr ol IliuTUInirf!, Avk. liev. W. M. Ijuncnn has gone to lint Springs. Ark,, to spend tlio balance of Die winter with ' Ills ilnnnlitcr. Mrs.' J. M. Phillips. Mi's Mnrjorle Paul returned to her home in Cooler Tuesday uti- erncon nfler .several weeks visit with her mollicr In Oi'!n"<lo, Flu. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Ilodccs arc vi<il!lnc relatives in Mississippi and Crom n visit In Memphis wltii relatives In Casa, Ark. • Hb'. wlfo nnd dauRlite-s remained there tor a '.oncer visit, ' '•"..' Mrs. Minnie Taylor arid .dough-' •er O]):il have returned from n' visit wllh u'tnlives hi -Jackson, Term. , , ; Hoviicrsville ocicly — Personal MI. nnd Mrs. Elmer Wlllyard of Flint, Mich, arc here visiting Mr. mill Mrs. Marsh Willyaul. Mi*\ Cora Smith returned fiat- imluv from Memphis where (ilic i)nd )>c"n wlili her dauBhlci 1 , Mi'.s. J. K. Williams, wlio ,<v«s a patient at Hiii'tlst hosnitaC Mrs. Williams oomn lii'i" willi Mrs. Smlllv and hospital wl'li her two weeks old i Memphis daughter, On\ndolln Mrs Slotts Mr nnd Mis Mnrtli 1 Ciarrctt is* testr»'jvmrjered,-lierc as Miss iiid fhllclim have rclurnoil from liene Gutlnle. Mrs L 0 Spcncei nnivfl lionie Sunday•• after :fiiendln^ llin pasl two week inolhor, Mrs. Joiner Aik. i .Me»>iphls-vHh her C. N.- . Sanders of .who has been very sick Friends heic of Mrs Simlers will h" plc.ibcd to leai n she Is le•'covering. Mr; and Mrs Cecil Wrrwiflold and daucht'" 1 aic vUltoi 1 , at Bui ton tjils v cck Miss' Elizabeth Mnrvcll of Poplar Bluff, who J.s '•pending the :winter, here "with her sister. Mrs. C E7 MiUci, en°ni la«t weekend in Memphis with anollicr sislei, MlsSi Helen Mauell Ml Mlllei vent"to Memphis Sundiy and nc- ccniBanled lici home Mii nnd Mis Dolan Ptitcliiird and children will move to a faun neai^Cootei soon Mis R i, Williams and clili- dicn-nrc'visillng iclnlhcs In Tennessee , this \\eek Mis I\io Glenn nnd children letugicd jcstcidav fiom n \hil nlth relatives in 'Icnnessec Mrs Sldnej' Mlilci Ji and sons . Skipper and Buck, relumed Sunday aftei a weeks visit with ul- atrves in Murray Citj, Tenn. Mrs Aubre\ Earls and Mis Fate * Fmme nnd children have rctuin- ed fiom a visit In Memphis Mis L w. Zahnci and Mis J, M Huffman v-eic. hostesses lo n miscellaneous bildal slionci in i visit with relatives In central Tennessee. Mrs. Diiford Spence and ehll- Iren lierllc and Herbert Mcllrlde eturncd Sunday from n wcek'.s 'bit with lliclr grandmother nnd no'her. Mrs.'aiis of Memphis. Mrs, Dcwart Smith has returned Yr)i!| n vlcll in Memphis v/lth •rlritlvos. ArOmr Waijoncr has icluniPd remain tnr of the local school fccully, return-! cil Sunday from Dexter, where she spent two weeks with her par- ont.s. ••: , :• , Mlfs Geneva Allbi^ drove to Joncsboro Salurday and .returned wlili her brother, J. W. Allen, wfib Is a student at, Arkansas glalc College, ,' i Mr. utirl Mrs. nolnnd ,Jack-son tcok Ihelr son, David, to Para- eonld Monday for medical treat- 'nc-nt. ilo Is having Iroubli! wllh Ills heait, Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Kenlcy and Mr. and Mrs. Webb KeniU'U wera guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. r,. CJ. Tliomiisoii of Ulythevillc. Miss Maud Laiiudon, returned In-rl. Thursday from several week. 1 ) I'lsil willi her brother, K. S. Uuig- don, al White Deer, Tex. .several weeks from a major MIs.s Christine llayncs of Clarhn- dali'. Ark.. Ls here visiting her cci'sln. Mis. C. II. Anderson Jr. Mr>. l-'i-rd Newton of Caixlwell, nnd To Newton of Manila, Ark., were here Krldnv visiting thdr •ji'Jj'r, Mrs. Frank Moore. . Mr. mid MIK. Roy Sloan and daui;liliT, n»rl:arii June, finenl SiiiKliv and Monday at Colller- vlll'f. Tenn.. with relatives. Miss Jewell Miulcalf, n mcmlicr Olilo Hen Accnmmodallng OEAUGA J.AICK, O. (UP)—Mrs. Julia Tijscl> o'A'ns a lien that wails every niornln? nt Ihe kltcli"n• ilnnr until ll Is "opened, then marches straightway to a bedroom and lays an eg); under a bed. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1937 Chancery No. C377 ... Grassy Ixike & Tyronza Drainage District No. 9 Plaintiff, v. . . . . ; Certain ' Lands nnd W. P. nell, et al,, Defendants. DRAINAGE TAX NOTICE Al! pel-sons having or claiming an Interest In any of the follow- In? described lands arc hereby notified that suit Ls pendlii" in the Chancery Court of the Chlckiisawba Dlslrlel of Mississippi' County, Arkansas, In the case of Gi ussy Lake & Tyronjfa Drainage District No. 9, Plaintiff, V. Certain Lands and W. F, Hell ct al Defendants, to enforce the collection of certain drainage taxes due 'cirassv Lake & •Tyroimi Drainage District No. 0 in the year 183(1 on Ihe subjolntcd list of lands, each supposed owner having !;ecn set opposite his or her or It* lands, toother with the amounts .severally due fiom each, to-wil: Name W P.. Bell W P DEll L M May J n Cilll Pt, ot Sec, NK NE SK NW SK W of R NW SW Frl EI/J Days 9 Cough Signal A cough, chest cold or broncliCil irritation today may lead to serloua trouble tomorrow. You can relieve them now with Crcomulsian, ihi cmuislflcd Creosote that is pleasant to take. Crcomulslon Is a incdluil discovery that aids nature to sool*io and heal the infected membranes and to relievo the irritation and inflammation ns the gcrm-lnden phlegm la loosened nnd expend.' Medical authorities have fur many years recognized the wonderful effects of Beecliwood Creosote for treating coughs, chest colds and bronchial irrilallons. A chcnifet worked out n special process of blending Creosote with other In- (ircdlents so that now in Creoauii- slon yon get n real doso of Deccl'j- wood Crcosolb which Is palnlntilc nnd can oven to taken freeiuemly mid continuously by adults nnd children. Thousands of doctors now use Crcomulslon in their own families nnd practice, nnd druggists rank Crcomulslon top bccnuso In this Genuine, original product you can pet a. real doso of Creosote so emulsified that it goes to the very scat 'of the trouble to help loosen nnd expel germ-laden phlegm. Creomulslon Is guaranteed satisfactory hi the treatment o£ coughs, chest colds nnd bronchial troubles, especially Uioso that start wllh a common cold nnd hang on and on. Get n bolllc of Crcomulslon right now from your druggist, visa it all up as directed n.rul If you fall to cet satisfactory relict, ho Is authorized to refund every cent of your money. Get Cfcomulsloil right now. (Adv.) J 11 Gill .. N & I! of River W',t NW H I, Wrny ME SE H L Wray , j\;W SE Taylor Smith ; M\V NE F P ixiwdcn a!l cf Sec. 28 E of Road FI' Lowden all p.'Sec, 33 E or Road I Florence 0 Meadows SW SE I Tom Lovelady N!i NW SW S. T, R. 27-14- a 27-H- a 27-14- S 34-14- 9 34-14- i) 12-14-10 12-14-10 20-14-10 28-14-10 33-14-10 3-14-11 12-14-11 Acres 20 40 13.73 54.25 13 . 40 40 40 0.50 27.90 W 20 Tax 1.44 2.88 3.71 2.35 .52 7,20 7.20 8.1C 1.82 G.05 7.20 2.88 j MY OBSERVATION," MY STAN/DON WINTER ifIESCOPE You. „.,„ wEsifpup AND PEP UP Let Winter Beer Be Your Guiding Star! It's a heat wave served up in a bottle—smooth, mellow, exhilarating! You'll tingle to its warmth—pep up to its zestful sparkle and tang. Try Falstaff, the origimi! Winter Beer today. Order by case from your dealer, or ask about the handy stx-faottle "take-me-homc" bags. Its the fops i n motor fuels! * - •• - •• i - '.!:..'•> ••'- ; '.•-.:-••. •'.' <',-'." : v£??.-",~" ".'•' •'• 1 A M A KNOCK HASN'T A CHANCE WITH YOU ON THE JOB! MY MOTOR AS QUIET AS A CLAM SINCE I MET YOU/ I START WITH A TOUCH OF THE STARTER NOW/ i;. S^s^!^^^^ 0 ^^- ^^X^^An^'K***!*™**,*... Clhnb «he toUS hes t g ,de or f «d t He g, as ,„ as you " tl' * ft' """""" "'"^ ^'^ ***** wish-your motor won't, ««'/ knock with th» fuel. Fo iVE D £ r , r0mar ^ b ' e " cw fu " « .< hc Sign of the Orange literally hfttkfnof... even in the high-compression 1937 cars A "° '"T ° lher P rcmium fucls ' And «e recom- You'll St ep up , 0 . P o,cr, s.ootHni cco D o m , ^ ^^^^^^ "^ ^ FREE-AT ALL fiULF DEALERS — and other features. FUN FOR ALL THE FAMILY! W II & Walter Anderson SE NE SE SE & 2 NE & 4 NW NE SW SE SW SE NW SW NW 3.81 5,33 1.79 .22 4.G8 4.68 8.55 18.51 1.70 1.32 2.58 .81 2.40 1.60 1.50 .15 .96 .93 2.34 3.84 3.84 3.29 G.48 G.72 7.20 0.72 7.20 .06 .29 .37 .30 .25 2.34 2.81 2.81 2.81 2.80 3.4S 4.14 .09 All persons and corporations interested In said lands are hereby notified' that they are required by law to appear within four wee'.LS and make defense to said suit or Hie same will be taken for confessed and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment of interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. WITNESS my hand and sea! of office on this 2ncl day of February, H. M. CRAIG. Chancery court clerk, By A. F. Smith, D. o. J. T. Coston, Attorney. : • M H Robtnson SW NE American Cent,, Life Ins, Co. ...... w of Levee SW SW ftnry Purdue 2 sq. A SW Cor E)4 00 A NE Bankers Mortgage Co. .. NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co 3 A Rogers Lots I 2 A Roger's Lots 3 ilubtard-Hubbard & Stevens Dlllard & Collln 3 E Vail .".... 3 E Vail .... E 11 Acre.i „ Rebecca Patterson SE SE ilarry Taylor NVi N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Ernest Taylor .... S'A N 32 A NW NW Tindal .'. s 8 A NW NW O Tindal ' SK SE NW C Tindal SW NW Mrs Myrtle Bourland ... NE NE Jim Fowler Jim Fowler E L Galnes .. Harry Wade .. E V Treadway '..... F. V Treadway E V Treadway E V Treadway Sallie Adams Elliott Orig Sur _ Louise Chapman South 0 A SW SE C E Crlgger N of River E 1.5 A SE SW Louise Chauman S of River SE SW Louise chapman s of River E 5 A of s liC A SW SW Louise Chapman ... Frl W!4 NE Louise Chapman NE NW Louise Chapman NW NW Louise Chapman SE NW Louise Chapman SW NW John M Taylor w of Levee all SE Levee Board E'£ SW Barren & Lilly Hattie Gillespie Lot 15 . SE NE SW NW NW SE S 30 A SW NE ....'. NE SE NW SE SK SE . SW SE SW NW 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 U-14-12 6-14-12 17-14-12 17-14-12 14-15-11 M-15-11 15-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 24-15-11 24-15 11 24-15 11 24-15-11 26-;5-ll 30-13-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 23-15 12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 28-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 2G-15-12 26-15-12 20-15-12 2C-15-12 40 40 16 2 40 40 • 49.64 107.48 20.25 10.75 31 11 38 10 1C 8 20 40 40 40 40 40 30 40 40 40 40 1.17 G 7.50 C« 5 37 40 40 35 40 28 24.67 Sub-Division to BlyUieville Chancery No. 6378 Sub-District No. 3 of Grassy Lake & Tyrbnzn Drainage District No 9, PlaintifT, V. ' ' . Certain Lands and H. L. Wray. et al., Defendants DRAINAGE NOTICE All persons having or claiming, an Interest In anv of the following described lands are hereby notified, that suit Is" pending in HID Chancery Court .of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain drainage taxes due Sub- District No. 3' of Grassy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No 9 on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed owner havin» been set OD- posile.his or her or its lands, together witlr the amounts severally due-from each, to-wlt: o^-rt-iunj Name . pt. of Sec. II L Wray NE SE H L Wray NW SE Taylor Smith NW NE F P Lowden All of Sec. 28 East of Road F P Lowden ; All of Sec. 33 East of Road Florence O,Meadows' '.:.•'. 'SW SE Tom Lovelady NVj NW SW W H & Walter 'Anderson 'SE NE M H Robinson ...'. SW NE MH Robinson w of Lake NW SW American Central Life Ins. Co W of Levee SW SW Henry Purdue 2 Square ' Acres SW Cor E'/j E 90 .A NE Bankers Mortgage Co NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co .... SE SE C A Rogers Lots 1 & 2 NS C A. Rogers Lots 3 & 4 NW S E Vail • Frl NE NW S E Vail Frl SE NW S E Vail .; Frl.E 11 acres SW NW Rebecca Patterson ....... SE SE Harry .Taylor N'.G N 32 A NW NW Mrs Ernest Taylor ...... S!4 N 32 A NW NW C Tindal S 8 A NW NW C Tindal ..' ". S'A SS NW C Tindal '. s\v NW Mrs Myrtle Bonrlanci .... NE NE Jim Fowler SE ME Jim Fowler SW NE R L Gaines NW SE Harry Wa'de .... S 30 A SW NE E V Treadway NE SE E V Treadway NW SE E V Treadway SE SE E V Treadway ..' SW SE Sallle Adams Elliott .... NE NW Sallie Adams Elliott NW NW Sallie Adams Elliott SE NW Sallle Adams Elliott Lot 2 SW NW Sallie Adams Elliott Grig. Sur. SWyNW Louise Chapman .. S 6 A SW SE C E Crig'ger N of Road E 7.5 A. SE SW Louise Chapman S of Road SE SW B M Turner SW SW Louise Chapman NW NE Louise Chapman SW NE Louise Chapman NE NW Louise Chapman NW NW Louise Chapman SE NW Louise Chapman SW NW John M Taylor W of Levee all SE Levee Board Bal'E'.i SW Levee Board Frl N '.'• E of L J T Johnson Lot 2 NW S. T. R. 12-14-10 12-14-10 20-14-10 28-14-10 33-14-10 3-I4-I1 12-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 .•4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 14-15-11 14-15-11 14-15-11 15-15-11 23-15-11, 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 24-15-11 24-15-11 24-15-11 24-15-11 26-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 36-15-11 3S-15-11 36-15-11 36-15-11 36-15-11 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-16-12 35-15-12 Acres 40 40 40 9.50 27.90 40.82 20 40 40 35 15 2 40 40 49.64 107.48 17 31 11 38 16 16 8 20 40 40 40 40 40 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 38.83 1.17 6 7.50 6 20 20 n 40 40 35 40 28 24.67 75 10 Tax 9.12 11.40 20.28 7.C1 7.-70 : 3.70 .56 0.33 8.00 5.60 .20 3.92 3.93 5.61 42.83 1.25 •2.05 1.8.0 5.12 2.58 2.58 1.28 2.56 5.12 3.20 3.20 3.20 3.20 21.60 6.08 6.03 6.40 6.40 19.34 19.2* 18.46 20.20 .40 .48 .CO .96 1.79 5.12 4.25 4.93 4.99 4.99 5.00 1.73 3.94 8.38 1.66 All persons nnd corporations interested In said lands are herebv notified that they are required by. Jaw\ to appear witl.m four weeks and make defense to said suit or 'the'same, will be taken for ran fcssed and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the ment of Interest, penalty and costs allowed by law This 2nd day of February, 1937. H. M. CRAIG. J. T. Caston, AUorney. « . r, „ 9 hanccr y Court Clerk, By A. F. Smith, D. c. WILL TRADE WELL GOING BUSINESS FOR FARM Walkout preferred. Nothing less than 300 acres considered. Write K. M., Courier News

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