The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1937 · Page 6
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BLYTUEVILLE, «KK.)' COURIER. NEWS •Lock Horns In Amazonian Combat •It's, a big tiny at Vcrbler in Vu) <lc nagncs, Switzerland—the day of Hie cow fights that Inaugurate the grazing season. Betting Is fast am! furious us :a<vners draw lots for opponents of (heir animals. "''.' - -' -V "' x V, >;>',->%* "Jf., The fight is on. licllowiiitf Ihcli- nine. Ihe big' MncI: cow; ni.sli Into combat arena is no man-miule .stadium Imi. n magnificent, mountain ringed mnuluw. The All " ' , * lEtgbu iiiruuuw, 111 the Kiirclnlors hnre ringside .scats-bin, woe betide him who is unable to keen out of ranee of Hie Mniiipedlnir dutllsls ns the tide of battle shifts about the meadow in Home Decoration The .luellsls "lock horns- in combat. folBe t (hoy arc the l«clios of tlin barnyard. To and r ro Ulcy wffiit , c ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ Mi'ngele wlllio.it quarter, bovine amnzons battling to become ,,uecn of IJ.o Herd. The e a) with'the strongest neck will win WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY .24, 1037 '• ' ' ' ' ' ' "- 'S wwjrywrt A Ws-iy't v\ CAVALRY LEADER OF CIVIL WAR Queen Anno console (early 18th century) and Modern chairs and divans combined . ,• i . . .- , _• •,-,, . ' . fc ..vw.. inmv uuuauiij utuiiv) tuiiriy loin cciuuryj anil n :Arner,can. convex mirror of 1795, efTeet^ great'charm and slmplidty. '' Nollco the hulft-in bookcases o dtlier. sl(1 e of the:fi,-e P lace-ll,n dominant, feature' I,,, the room: The color* In (he room/nro blue am ; .V"i, :" '••-' . . .henna in meriiuiu'.'shhtlc ' r . .. . Here we have a shining example of the old and brought tastefully together. The - . ... ' ' """ JIL " yjoiigju ifl.sieiuflv to n e note-in the room Is upheld in the Aubusson rug..'ami the old marble nianlet The traditional aliis, with chairs Queen Anne. By NBA Service NEW YORK 'A woman of taste told me that the trouble with cnce s» a to most houses jou see today Is that surlnir stick" they.look 'dorie'_nnrt ,,M «, :, ^,.f.._ :, . a significant piece 61 modem 01 traditional art. it must in Us essence set a tone and net .they. look 'd'orie'—and not as if FOtneone slaved and saved and car-, cd to get the things they contain," I sajs Helen G. Thompson, one of the contributors to Mary Fa Roberts' new book, "Inside Homes " "The woman went on to explain" continued Miss Thompson, "that she went without luncheons on her trip to England to buy her gold Chippendale 1 mirror. Objects are not Inanimate Her desk belonged to a, Major. She, likes working at It and seeing the grooves made in It by his official papers." Dccorathe Measuring Stick Mhs Thompson speaks then ol Her own new and interesting five- year decoration plan: "The first year that a house is established, regardless of comfort for Ihe superior sex, regardless of thick mattresses, so that no one collapses under present day Industrial stfaln/ there must: be something that anticipates the completed house In quality and excellence- a possession that expresses the best taste of Us owners. It may be a handsome small table or the nig or th? whole thing: design knowledge Is growing rapidly. All antique just i a men- because it is an antique Is losing prestige. By the same rule, an ami coin* further MK* Th™,,, , ' " * uy " e s:illle nilc ' n » vV hat {h. ,mi»«r T ^ ompson ! lwt - »™ .beautiful in desig ' ' tu i - . n esgn am i 7T 1S Omi ' thnt hnvc somclhinj to contribute besides age or Ity, arc growing In importance." ravvlmr so, if you have, had some an=,s==si « !£r««»H~ (If any), and lastly, the game room rvmr^i r- or a special room (or entertain" N«M',?? , ?'"" Nrxt Ing. often used as a library , „ CXl ln hl \° ln ""PO'tance to fur„ ,, *' nltvire arc the things for comfor! <;„,, ,"" d ? S ° f Sl>acc Good mattresses, becid ng cToclrtr Space is extremely important. Ice '—- ----- "• - electric and " - designed with elevations rather Ihan separations, and screens and curtains rather than partitions, Rooms that arc used most of the . - -, --------- „ »»u oiu;;i mil- cles are a waste the first year Inexpensive ones are almost as effec tlve, and besides, they give idea as to what sort of tcxlu you an Is time to furnish. So. the Hvi;i-> room furniture is most Important' And Oils brings up the idea of th» kind ol furniture. About this Miss Thompson says: -- ,..._»•> ,1 llv , vw» a ituus' 1 io» day k brought face to face with the issue of traditional versus modern furniture. There is this about All your things, from the lamest piece of furniture to the smallest ash tray, should be bought piece completed house Is one of perfection. The accessories of your home are important, but because they are more Ihan a year the Civil War had been .going on, and little progress had been made on cither side. In the northwest, a young officer, Philip Henry Sheridan, was buying horses for the Unjon army. . In May, 1B02,' when he was 31 'Little Phil" was made colonel of cavalry.^'Soon his brilliant righting Ijrqught him 10 the-attention of General Grant, and Sheridan wos made head of cavalry of tlie Army of the Potomac. His raids into Confederate territory stamped him as the''greatest-cavalry leader of (he war. .'-.,.• His horseback dash 'from Winchester to Cedar Creek, Va.; where he rallied his retreating men to turn defeat into victory, is memorialized by the farrioiis poem "Sheridan's Ride,", 'by Thomas Buchanan Read. ." I : ' After the Civil W,ar, 'Sheridan governed .Louisiana , and Texas. Later he svent to Missouri, and, in 1883, he took command of the army and held that office unlll his death in 1888. His porlrail appears on the right, with those of Grant and Sherman, on the. new 3-cenl army stamp. Chancery No. G377 Grassy I,akc & Tyronza Drainage District No. 3, plaintiff, Certain Lands and W. F.' Bell, ef a]., ' Defendants TAX NOTICE As soon as one of Ihe combatants is downed, the /Hit „ mer Likely you'd never guess tliat the dolorous cow with the broken horn won.'.Her conquered foe at. left lows a lament' She'll take a back seat through the grazing- scnson-cowcd- by defeat as It were t Chancery Court of the Chlcksawb ni i ct o [' alnu^^-t^^ W * list of lands, each supposed owner having Sen set her or its lands, together with Hle amoun? s ^"era'y * vn m U. S.—1P3? Army series Grant, Sherman and Sheridan 3c purple Name pt. O f Sec. W PBell N y. NE SE : W F Bell ' NW SE L M May w of R NW SW J R Gill pa EJ4 NW J R Gill .. N & E of River W«. N\7 11 L Wray NE SR H I, Wray ...." ' N;V SE Taylor Smith !! NW NE PP Lowden a'.Irrsec. 28 E of Road FPLowdeu all o.'Sec. 33 E of Road Florence o Meadows SW SE Tom Lovclady N'/. NW SW W H & Walter Anderson SB NE M H Robinson SW NE American Cent. Life Ins. Co. w of Levee. SW SW Henry. Purdue 2 sq. A SW Cor EW 90 A NE Bankers Mortgage Co. .. NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co ..... SE SE C A'Rogers Lots 1 & 2-.NE .C A Rogers .... lots' 3 It' 4.-N\V-" Hubbard-Hubbaril & ' ,. J. ;Stevens .-. NE-SW 'Plllard & Coffin SE SW S'E Vail .;.- SE NW -S E Vail ..... E 11 Acre,} SW NW Rebecca Patterson SE SE Harry Taylor N'.G N 32 A NW NW Airs. Ernest j . : • -TayJor S!j N 32 A NW NW C'Tiudai S 8 A NW NW '^Tlndal si/, SB NW ,£L.Tindal s\V NW Mrs : Myrtle Bourlanil ... NE NE Jhn Fowler Jim-Fowler R L Gaines Harry Wftde .. E V Treadway " V Treadway . E V Treadway iCopyrlgla ISJ;.'NEA Service. Inc.; more or less luxuries, they should be left until all MIC necessities have been purchased. Wait, and instead of buying a new car this year, invest in an original painting or n personal pleca that will flavor your home and that of your chtl.lron. In this way you make your homo ment. SE NE SW NW NW SE S 30 A 3\V NE NE SE NW S'E SK S'E E V Treadway sw SE Sallie Adams Elliott brig ' Sur. sw NW Louise Chai>man South 6 A SW SE C E Crlgger N ol River E •f,5 A SE SW Ixiulse chapman s of River SE SW Louise Chapman 3 of River E ; 5 A of s fifi A Louise Chapman ikmbe Chapman IJoulse Chapman Louise Chapman SW SW Frl W'.i NE .... NE NW ... NW NW .... SE NW NW Louise Chapman John M Taylor w of Levee all SE Ljvce Board E 1 j SW Hattie GillcspSc S. T. R, 27-14- 0 27-14- 0 27-14- 9 34-14- 9 34-14- 9 12-U-10 12-14-10 20-14-10 28-H-10 33-14-10 3-14-11 12-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-H-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 .-C-14-12 6-14-12 17-14-12 17-14-12 • 14-15-11 •14-15-11 15-15-11 23-15-11 33-16-11 23-15-11 23-15-11 23-1S-11 S4-15-I1 24-15 11 24-15 11 24-15-11 20-V5-H 30-13-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 36-15-11 23-15 12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 26-15-12 SG-15-12 2C-15-12 26-15-12 28-15-12 20-15-12 28-15-12 Acres 20 40 13.72 54.25 13 40 40 40 9.50 27.90 40 20 40 40 15 2 40 40 49. Gl 107.43 20.25 10.75 31 11 38 10 1G 8 20 40 40 40 - 40 40 30 40 40 40 40 1.17 G 7.50 CO 5 37 40 40 35 40 28 24.67 Acres SW Cor Eli E 90 A NE Bankers Mortgage Co NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co .... SE SE C A Rogers Lots 1 A 2 NE C A Rogers .... Lots 3 & 4 NW S E Vail prl NE NW S E Vail prl SE NW S E Vail .. Prl E 11 acres SW NW Rebecca Patterson SE SE Harry Taylor N'..j N 32 A NW NW Mrs Ernest Taylor S'/j N 32 A NW NW C Tindal s 8 A NW NW C Tindal S'/j SE NW C Tindal SW NW . NE NE . SE NE SW NE .Mrs Myrtle Bourland Jim Fowler . Jim Fowler . R L Oaines ^^ Harry Wade .... S 30 A SW NE E V Treadway ME SF- E V Treadway - NW SE E V Treadway SE BE E V Treadway SW SE Sallie Adams Elliott NE NW Sallie Adams Elliott .... NW NW Sallie Adams Elliott SE NW Sallie Adams Elliott Lot 2 SW NW Sallie Adams Elliott Grig. Sur SW NW Louise Chapman .. S 0 A SW SE C E Crig'ger N of Road : E 7.5 A SE SW Louise Chapman 3 of Road SE SW Tax 1.41 2.88 3.71 2.35 .52 7.20 7.20 6.16 1.82 6.05 7.20 2.88 3.81 5.33 7.79 .22 4.68 4.68 8.65 J 18.51 Louise chapman ". .- ' Louise chapman 1.70 1.32 2.58 .81 2.40 1.50 1.50 .75 Barron & Lilly Sub-Division to Blythcvlllc Lot 15 2.34 3.84 3.84 3.29 U.|8 0.73 7.20 6.72 7.20 .M .29 .37 .30 .25 2.34 2.81 2.81 2.81 2.80 3.45 4.14 .09 • All persons and corporations Interested In said lands are hereby - ..-j >- M.- juiu num..' i no ""od that ihry are required by law to appear within four weeks a permanent symbol ami invest- i Mltl 1nn!le defense to said suit or the same will be taken Tor con' fessed 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 haml and seal of olllce on this 2nd day of February B M Turner Louise Chapman Louise chapman LoUis» chapman Louise. Chapman SW NW NE SW NE -NE NW, NW .NW' 1 SE NW . SW NW John M Taylor W of Levca all SE Levee. Board Bal EK SW Levee Board Frl N',4 E" of I. J T Johnson Lot 2 N.W 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 25-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-16-11 36-16-11 36-15-11 36-15-11 3G-15-11 3G-15-11 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 . 2G-15-I2 I 2S-15-12 , 26-15-12' ; 2G-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 35-15-12 2 40 40 49.64 107.48 17 31 11 3? 10 16 8 20 40 40 40 40 40 30 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 38.83 1.17 G 7.50 6 20 20 • 17 . .40. .40 35 40 28 24.67 75 10 .20 3.92 3.93 5.C1 42.83 1.25 2.05 1.80 5.12 . 2.5S 2.50 1.28 2.56 5.12 3.20 3.20 3.20 3.20 21. CO 8.08 6.()8 6.40 0.40 19.24 19.24 18.48 20.20 An .48 ..CO | I!T<I 5.12 J -'4.99 '4.99 5.00 1.73 3.94 8.38 1.6S All persons and corporations interested in said Inntls are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear "win, M lour weeks and make defense to sajd suit or the 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 This 2nd day of February, 1937. J. T. Coston, Attorney. H. M. CRAlO, "Chancery court Clerk ' By A. P. Smith, D. C. Chancery No. 6379 Sub-District No. 4 of Grassy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No •a, PlBlntlll, ' - ' V. Certain Lands and II. L. Wray, et al., Defendants DRAINAGE NOTICE -, rt^l l inv !" g or claiml11 ? <"i interest in any of the foilow- mg described lands are hereby notified that suit Is pending In the Chancery Court of the Chickasaivba- District of Mississippi 8 county ° ' - C ° UCCti(m of certaln dralnng taws due' Sub M r o ceran ranng taws due Sub-District No .4 of Grassy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No 9 In the year 1930 on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed Bar Declared Injured By Self-Taught Legends McCOOK, Neb. (UP)—Abraham Lincoln's career, based as It w»s on the principle of self-aid, lias done more lo injure the American bar Ihan any other single factor Edward P. Carter, Nebraska su-' preme co\:rt Justice, told a dlstricl bar association meeting here. Whenever high qualifications for legal practice arc discussed amc-Ms; lawyers. Carter said, the point, invariably Is made that Lincoln \\as self taught. "It Is true that Lincoln txiiilil pass c:ie bar examinations of 10- day, although the qualifications nre nlgher," he asserted. "Many nttor- icys who have been practicing (or 25 or 30 years cannot do that.'• Cixrlcr pointed out that the st-ir- :nught "legend" was misleading to young men launching legal ° C n- reers. 1937. J. T. Coston, Attorney. H. M. CRAIG. Chancery Court Clerk, By A. P. Smith, D. c. Cooking Slur Vails Couple MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UP) _ Selltllcmcnt of her culinary ability J y her cafe-proprietor hus'oanci vas "cruel and Inhuman treat- nent." Mrs. Gladys Virginia Kd- ey. former New York show girl cslified in divorce court here -Judge Levi n. Hall awarded her a divorce from Michael P. Kelley, Chancery No. 6378 ""llm-tly 11U. UO(O Sub-District No. 3 of Grassy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No 9, Plaintiff, V. Certain Lands and H. L. Wray. et al.. Defendants nUAlNAGE NOTICF ° r an In rti , s n described lands arc hereby notified that suit any of the follow* Pt. Of SCC. NE SE N W SE nw NE H L Wray H L Wray .............. N W Taylor Smith .......... nw P P Lowden AH of Sec. 23 East of Road F P Lowden All of Sec. 33 East of Road Florence O Meadows ____ SW SE Tom Lcvclady . , , . NU, NW SW W H & Walter Anderson SE NE M H Robinson ......... SW NE M H Robinson W of Lake NW SW American Centra! Life s. T. R 12-14-10 12-14-10 20-14-10 28-14-10 33-14-10 3-14-11 12-14-11 4-14-12 4-I4-I2 4-14-12 the Ins Co w of Levee SW SW 4-14-12 Henry Purdue 2 Square Acres 40 40 40 9.50 27.90 40.82 20 40 40 35 15 Tax 9.12 11.40 20.28 7.S1 20.72 7.70 3.70 .56 9.33 8.06 5. GO; II L Wray H L Wray Florence O Meadows ... Tom I/>veIady Nl( W H & Walter Anderson M H Robinson American central Life r "s. Co w of Levee SW SW 4-14-12 America* central Life Ins - Co w of Levcc NW SW 4-14-12 Henry Purdue 2 Square Acres t. of Sec, . NE SE . NW SE . SW SE NW SW -. SE NE . SW NE S. T. R. 12-14-10 12-14-10 3-14-11 12-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 In SW cor. E'.i E 90 A NE Bankers Mortgage Co ... NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co SE SE C A Rogers Lots 1 & 2 NE C A Rogers .... Lot* 3 & 4 NW E V Trcadaway NE SE E V Treadway NW SE E V Trcadway SE SE E V Treadway SW SE Louise chapman .. s 6 A sw SE C E Crlgger -N of River 7-5 A SE SW Louise Chapman S of River SE SW Louise Chapman S of River E 5 A o.' S 6 A SW SW Louise Chapman NW NE Louise Chapman s\V 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 EH SW Levee Board Frl N!- E of Lake J T Johnson Lot 2 NW 5-H-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 26-15-12 35-15-12 Acres 40 40 40 20 •m 40 15 35 2 40 40 49.64 107.48 40 40 40 40 G 7.50 G 20 17 40 40 35 40 28 24.67 75 10 .Tax 9.70 12.14 8.03 3.83 .59 fl.81 12.60 .21 12.36 12.37 5.88 3.65 14.30 14.36 H.55 14.55 .76 .95 .76 .63 4.03 fi.69 7.86 7.86 7.87 7.87 1.43 7.24 7,25 2.62 , £,1 P° rs ° Ils Blltl corporations interested In said lanas are hereby nouiieu that they are required by law to appear within four weeks and make -defvnse to said suit or the same will be taken for con- .csscd and final Judgment will be entered directing the sale, of said nnns ror the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment, of interest, penalty and costs allowed by law • This 2nd day of February, 1937. J. T. Coston, Attorney. H. M. CRAIG. Chancery Court Clerk, By A. F. Smith, D. C.

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