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NMTMWm AS T1MIS, 11, I*M., PAINTING RESTORED--Nardo Di Clone's nth-Century masterpiece, "St. John the Baptist," is shown at the half-way point in the restoration process being applied to 14 Italian Renaissance painling* which .will be placed on exhibit at the Yale Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn. OlD TRADITION FOR~YOLING EARS ... --"--···" *" **···*- ·»"«t» In New York, Shifra Nulman and Irvlnt Bo«r, both. 8, listen attentively as Meyer Pomcrantz, 85, a resident of me Home, explains the meaning of Passover dishes. Eaeh year just befere. the: solemn Jewish .holiday, neighborhood children' arc In- «TMVTMi n _ih_ e ^ u _ a j5.!nl. traditions of_the_occasion. (Intcnalional) DOG GIVES BLO^D^^VES PUFsIiFtr ' IN A VETERINARIAN HOSPITAL, White Plains, N.Y., Jackson, 10-ypar-old Labrador retriever, stands by while injured Collie pup receives oxygen. Jackson donated 100 cubic centimeters of precious blood In a transfusion to save the life of. the r.ap after it was struck by a plane pro. peller at the Westchester County Airport. With his owner, general manager .ot the alrport.'the hero flew back nnd forth over Jap»nes« .territory during the last war. (Intcrnaitonal Exclusive} -TRUMAN BACKS REFUGEE PLAN-As Congress debutes th« McCirrin *nd the Lchrnin bills on Immigration, President Truman hM Mked Hi mtmb*r« lo conilder his propoial. He li aiklng that tht U. 8. admit 300,000 Immigrants over a r*rlcxi ul three yean at ^ht nil ot 100,000 « ycnr, with nld solnR chiefly to those trylrii to. ttctpt Communist lyranny. Above Ncwsmnp shown numerical bfMkwwn ut Immlprnnl.i In be ndmltlcd lo the U. S. from various ;i«rUMM of Europe undtr Truman'a DropouL Obituary A. M. "Mown" Kelly Dies At City Hospilil A. M. "Morgan" Kelly, 70, died Hospital | Saturday few hours illness. at the City night after a _ _ He was born in Madison County near St. Paul, August 13, 1881, the son of Benjamin and Sarah Burke Kelly. He married Mary Elizabeth Henton, March 5, 1805. Mr. Kelly came to Fayettevillc In 19J8 from Dutton, Ark., where he served several years as postmaster arid general merchant. At the time of his death he was manager ol the Washington 'County Purchasing and Marketing Cn-Op. Mr. Kelly was a Mason and a member of the Washington Lodge One, Baldwin Commandery Four Knights Templnr, Far West Chapter One of the Rnyal Arch Masons. Survivors are his wife; two sons, Lt. Col. Frank Kelly of Birmingham, Ala., and A. M. Kelly, Jr., of Chicago, 111.; one daughter, Hazel Kelly of Fayetteville; one brother, RORCOC of C a l i f o r n i a ; - f i v e grandchildren. Funeral services will be hold tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the First Christian Church by the Rev. John Asbcll iind the Hev. J; Robert Moffett. Burial will be in the' Fairview cemetery with Masonic services. Arrangements are in charge of Watson's Mortuary. Robert C. Harrii Rogers - (Spcuial) - Robert C. Harris of Winston Springs- Farm north of here, died last night at his home after an illness of three days. He was born on the Harris plantation i n . Jefferson County, and for_?0 years operated a wholesale toba'cco'business in St. Louis. He and Mrp. Harris have lived on the farm for: the last 15 years.' He is survived by his , wife, Mrs. Agnes Rice Harris; three, sisters, Mrs. F. C. Holland, Miss Bena Harris and Miss Alice Harris, and one brother. Frank, all ot Lake Village, Ark. Funoral arrangements under t h e direction..of the... Callison-Porfer Funeral Home/are incomplete. Lincoln, Wednesday afternoon. She was a resident ol Lincoln for the pact two years. Mrs. Stewart is survived bv her husband, Clyde'U Stewart; daughters, Miss Man- Stewart of SpeaY- flsh, S. D., Mrs. Endell C. Wyatt, Salina, Kan., Mrs. Russell Wahman of Rolla, Mo.; two sons, Gene C. Stewart of Prnlrlc Orovo and Clyde D. Stewart of Lincoln; four grandchildren, Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2:80 p.m. in the Lincoln Melhodisl Church by the Rev. Thomas Whiddon. Burial will be in the Lincoln cemetery with arrangements in charge of the Luginbuel Funeral Home, Today's Marker-- St. Louii Limtock National . Stockyards, lll.-(/PI- USDA-Hogs 23,500; active,' uneven; 180-230 Ibs 15 to 25 lower; top 35 off; heavier weights steady to 10 lower; 170 Ibs down fully 25 lower; sows steady to 25. lower;choice 180-230 Ibs full width of grade 16.75-85; several ' hundred head mostly- Nos. 1 and 2 190-220 libs to shippers and butchers 16.90, lowest top since April, 1050; choice Nos. i, 2 and 3 140-270-Ibs 15.75-1C.60; 100-110 Ibs .11.2512.25; sows 400 Ibs down 14.5015.25; f e w . a t , 1.3.50; heavier sows 12.75-14 : .25'; stags 11.50-13:50; boors 9.50-12.00, ' . - . . ' Catllfe '5,000, calves 800; steers finding moderate demand but generally lower bids resulting in little done; heifors and mixed yearlings opening about steady to small buying interests; few good and choice 28:50-32100; cows about steady; little action to packers; u t i l i t y and commercial cows 21,5024.00; canncrs and cutters 17.0021.00; bulls and voiUera steady; utility .and commercial bulls 23.00-26.00; cutter bulls 19.0022.00; sorted prime voalers to Paula Susan Brcdley Paula Susan Bradley, 3. died at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bradley, 802 South Washington Avenue, Saturday nighl. She was born .in Fayetteville, March .13, 1949. Services and burial were held Sunday at the Black Oak cemetery, conducted by George Dock- cry. She is survived by her parents; one brother, Charles Pierson Brad- Icy; one sister, Elizabeth .Lynn Bradley; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bradley of Winslow; maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. EH Skelton of Springdalc. Arrangements were in charge of Watsonjs Mortuary. . ,10.00-38.00; utility and commeroiar 20.00-28.00. Sheep 1,500; lambs active; steady to costly 25 higher; moderate sprinkling choice .and prime wooled lambs under 100 Ibs 28.50, including short deck !9-lb Texas; other good to prime wooled and fall shorn lambs 27.00-28.25; load choice to prime heavy No. 1 skins 27.00; \veighinp 117 Ibs; slaughter ewes steady, mostly 12.00-14.00; ciill ewes 9.00-11.00. A u t o m a t i c irom-r ranrr Ga» circulator lot Wot Second Phon* I30JJ It'll mlwnji be thero to, remind Ul of tKe day we met." WANTED TOBtri 1 WANTED lt«e. buy tarn, JO miTo radluj r«ytli«vlll«, to juoo down. Theodora Fllhrr, General Delivery. riyrlleirllle . . 4 Gn~3~rooro~ home with cm n trlcUy. 1* to 30 am* of pisture with mod fflnce -within II mllea to ftftiuvUle. Wrlle Box K-5':. T!mr«. SALE-- REAL ESTATt «EXT--MISCTI. j%_NEOUS ICO ACRES pil«lufe~VVrTP~Sinfr~C»f- .-.X c . l ! y .-_Jl r ! I !, r J* Wroyo. Ark...TWO .aparlmfrntj/ furnlsliedr'pnvJiifl hath«. See IS Knst Spnnx. Call ! ~abOM"~iurnl«Krd""ap5frnv'nr""Fi ocx* ol Kjuare. Phone JWJ till p. . WILL BUV". |»01 low Hi nlc« -Miih U. o/ A. · Campus. i nt il* buoffalcw hu, Hardwood floor*. elw- «ti. I'ulltlnj and el*?. Located an nlew level lot.; . . . ·,-,:·· I/ARC* FAMILY HOUR ' ",\ ,, OB--Weal jiraperty to convert Ififo i lcfJ. -K»«l lociUoa lor offlM -- uulwlns. ~ - ' ' -- -- . i . '· TWO rimr-AcitE.1 ·· -. , ; i ALSO modern - I - bedro«S; bunntew --.- nnly (ivf or iix -y*ari o!d., Horn* ,- IviV'hard'i'ond noon, kltcliert built; - in« and nuny other fln«' HHunt. Inrludlni fi floor lurniet t :Lo«t nn S. 71 F{l([hw^y And ' has F. ff A Loaa in {orca tn^r- n« wiumfri- , ' .-.. . .. lit:' us rnow you phone 7M REALTY- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FOR an!t. one of best cnTcs In Fay. cllcvllle. Priced lo Boll. Write Boj LOST AND FOUND STRAYED.: Irom Hillon nro). Sale* Burn, Highway 71 norlh. Inrre Brntv inn bull. Call 1170. LOST. lady's wrliiTvalchl Court. Yel- loW gold; Call Vlckcr'n Laundry. Reward. tIELP WANTED S O D A ' f o u n t a i n hell), apply Red Croac Hrtig Store, r^orih Bide Squire. DINNER~cook. apply Hodgefi'Cafe or phone 102.1. HELP WANTED--MALE Andrew Johnton Cprdw*ll Andrew Johnson Cardwell, 84, resident of Johnson for the past 52 years, died Sunday morning at Washington County Hospital after two months illness. · Mr. Cardwell was born August .25, 18m, at Zion, the son of Kirk and Katherine 1 Cardwell. lie was it member of the Methodist, Church and was .superintendent of (he Ozark Lime Company at Johnson for 40 years.- His wife, Nancy La- yinia Cardwell, preceded him in death in January of 1944. Surviving him are six daughters, Mrs. Carrie Luper, Johnson, Mrs. Flora Luper of Fayettevillc, Mrs. Frankie Heed of Fayettcvillc, Mrs. Pearl Kelly, Bonham, Texas, Mrs. Mildred Cassat of Johnson, and Mrs. Ruth Steward of Tulsa, Okla.; one son, Burl Cardwell of Little Rock; 16 grandchildren, 23 great great _ . . . . , ..._ brother, Estell Cardwell of Twin Falls, Idaho; one Half brother, John Horne of. Oakland, Calif.; one half sister,' Mrs. Mary Cooper of Springdale; two step brothers, Mart Home and Sam Home, both of Springdale; on! step sister, Mrs. Lizzie Banks of Fayetteville. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Home by the Rev. Ewell Logue, assisted by the Rev. Will Smith. Burial will be in the Zion cemetery under the direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. grandchildren and three great grandchildren; one NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS Rate: 3 cent!; per word alnsli; in- ·crtion Three consecutive fnicrtlont 7 cenli per word. Minimum order 42c. ClKRSllieri adj caih in ndvance--not taken over the telephone. Deadline for classified nds: 10:30 a - n i c J a U y ; »:30 a. m. Saturday. LECA1, NOTICES SbTict to QuiiifTlTCi i and Mnry Lee infiram, _ _ . hereby Riven Ihnt there has been filed in tho office of Clerk of the Chancery Court of WnihlnK- ton County. Arkansas, » petition to confirm In John Ingram and Mnrv Ue In«ram the title to the following lands in laid County: Th: SVfV, of the NE'.l of Sec TM--' nd P" 1 "t the SE!i of the MWU of.Sec. 15. descrlhcd 'ns bc- elnnlnff at. the SE corner of Bald forty, r u n n i n g thence West 346 ft.; thenec N. .15 deg. W. .1,011 ft.; then N. 76 dcs. m min. E. 321 ft.; thence N. 63 dee. E. 11)7 II.: thence N 22 def. E. 180.5 ft.: thrnct N. 54 dec. B. 420 It.; Ihence S. 1..120 n. to point of beginning, nil In Twp. 17 Norlh. nance 31 WcM. All pcrimni claimins »aid lands, any interest therein, are hereby notified nnd warned to anpenr In snld Court witl.ln six weeks from rtato hereof or a.l toon thereafter as said LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. SMALL 6 piece d l n l n c room ptiniv _n_p_(ec«_breakfint_«ct. Phone 4DZW HAVILANOB'foM hand Oxtard~chlna. BRljCE~floor~rleimcr nnd ~wax(TB~fnr all floora. Lewis Bros. Co., Inc. ! ! S A V E ! ! On your furniture ot HILTON BROS., Hiway 71 North. Wide selection to choose from. Free parking. BUB every hour. We give SH Green Stampi Phone 1770 NUR5RY WORKERS. 2 months work in Iowa. Transportation FOR EXCHANT.E paid for qualified applicants. Goor " " A p p l y Employment Office, 104 West Cenler Street. YOUNG men wanted lo gel reiidy to accept positions in r i r n i t i n j nccount- InR. electricity nnd dleerl endinefr- ln« Wo tooch you nt home in snare ilni'; and help place you. American School Write P. O. 13ox 320 F*y cttcville ntck-up fnr rpmmon labor or HELP WANTED--FEMALE ED wn 11 rrss. A pply 11 person n i t e r H)::!0 n. in. Brink* Coffee Shop, corner School nnd Mnun- lain. ____ POSITION WITH A FUTURE. Mnr rlrd wdimn with plcnsinn pcrronall- ly whn ncRtls to ndd JH5 lo ?7S or more every week to fninll.v income Out of lown nppnrtunltlci also open Cwr ncccfisary. AgR 2.1 lo 48, Flexible working hours. Prrmnnenl pogilior with n n ' i o n a l organisation. Opportir n l t y lor prnmollon. W r i t n nfiw for "Get Acqunlnlcrl" Interview nppllca tlon. P. G. RohortH. Empire Ornfts Corporation. Newark, New York jSt a I c-. WOMAN (o hc-lp with houscwork~fmd m a t t e r may be heard and show cans" why t i t l e lo said lands should nol he confirmed in said petitioners. Witness my hand as such Clerk and seal of said Courl this 23lh day of March. 1D52. :SEAL) Richnrd B. Grcer Clerk , 31 A p r i l 7-I4-2I-2S May S-c NOTICE OF PETITION TO O.UIET TITLE In The Chanctry C*urt Of Waihmftin O*tanly, Arhinsii F. Palmer «nd Helen L. Palmer jshand and wilf, P-litloners EX J. F. Palmer md Helen L.' Pali husband nd wife. Plaintiff !mcr. Btnjomin Ingafs Dupar Benjamin Infials Dupar, 71, died at the City Hospital yesterday morning. He was the owner of Vista Tourist Courts near Winslow. He was born in Lynn. Mass., August 5, 1880. He and his wife ramn to Winslow in 1933 from Mexico City, Mex., where he manufactured perfumes. Surviving him are his 'wife, Mrs. Bonnie Grove Dupar, whom he married June 20, 11)21, in Omaha, Neb.; a brother, Charles C. Dupar of Lynn and a sister, Mrs. Bessie Conley of Lynn. Funeral services wilt be conducted tomorrow at. 2 p.m.. at the Methodist Church in Winslow by James E. Burris, chaplain of the Veteran's Hospital. Masonic services will be held at the Brentwood cemetery by the Winslow Summit Lodge 530, Masons. Arrangements are in charge of Watson's Mortuary. Mr*. Lula Ma* Parr P r a i r i e Grovc-iSpeciaD-Mrs- Lula Mae Parr, 84, of Route one, Prairie Grove, died yesterday at her home. 'Funeral .services will be held Wednesday morninc at j 1 o'clock in the Luginbuol Funeral chapel at - P r a i r i e - Grove w i t h burial at the Pruiric Grove cemetery. Mrs. Parr is sUrvivor! by Iwo Ron*,. Roy E. Parr of Bartlenvlllc, Okl«., and Charles D. of Sun Francisco, Calif., nnd one Rrs nelson. Hallie Oxford Defendant Notice is herehy given that ,T 'F Palmer and Helen L. Palmer, husbnnrt nnn wife, have on March ifl, "1952, filed their petition in thin Court, praylnn that: said. Court at.» day not less than »vx weeks n f t c r date of first publication had, mnke nnrt cause to he entered nf record a decree cstahh'shlnt} quietlnp and confirming their title to the followinn dcFcdhed rcfll eatnlr Mtunted in Washington County- Arkansas, to-wlt: A part nf the West o'ne-talf of the Southeast quarter of Section 25 In Township n North. ofrRsnee 2ft Wr-ff, descrlhed ns follows, towit: Beslnnins at the Soufhr.i*t corner of said RO-acrf trad, find running, thence West 52 rod* and H linVv thence North In the South bank of White River, thence Eail- rrly with the itafd river b u n k to the East line of said fln-ncrp trnct thence South.to the place of beginning, flnd contnininn 31'i acres,more or less. All persons who claim any interesl in or title lo 5aid real rMate, or liens the name, »re herfhy wnrnod to nnpear in said i flftcr Hatfi of «nd show Uliin publication hnd. why thr t i t l e of said petitioner* in and to *aid real i\ should nnt h; forever eMnMUhed, qulc'»t! and .confirmed. Tn'Tentimony Whereof. I hivr hereunto '«t my · hend and afflxrri ·· fhc Ma1 of thti Court on this 31lt dny of M.irch, 1952. CSF.AM - ' Picharrf B. Groer Chancery CInrk - ft..April' 7-14-21-Zft May 3-c NOTICE LLOYD/R--Shf**v Opening today. MfJ INSTRUCTION COMPr.ETE vour hijrh irhnol at home !n sonre time. Tex*i furnishf-fl Df- nlom* No eixmrR Snnrl for 4? mm booklet nnd nample le^^on frri* Am ricnn School, wrila P O Box .TO. Fnyctteville. are in charge of Lurinbuel Funeral Home. Mn. Maud* Y, Stewart Llncoln-(Sp*cUl).Mr8. Maud* Y. Stewart, 72, dl«l «t her home n«ar CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Phent Cclltcl 23SI Fir*tt«TUU, Arkanni Joplin Rcndtring Co. DUD ANIMALS REMOVED PROMPTLY PflyttttvilU Rendering Sflrvtc* Call Ut CaHact N* ||t« Kit* Vwr firm . _ _ "waitrriii. 'NrffhPiibTf to.^11. Apply C n m p u s G r U L WANTED A BVSINESS OF" YOUR OWN NOJ-INVESTMENT REQUIRED LEADING AAAi mnmifncturcr of maintcnnnce products desires distri- utor over .'!.* for territory cnnninlln^ of Boonc. Cflrroll. Hcnton. New Ion Mndison. Washington. Pope, Johnson. Frnnklin, Crawford. Yell. I,nf;nii, Snhastian counties, Arkansas. Kvcry maniifaL-turer, inBtilulion and business b u l l d i n c is n prospect. No hniisti lo hotisc cpnvnanlnR. Many active nccounur Full credit on mail : orders. Many diiUihutorx make much as Sl?,000 commissions p ca plus u p t o X2.000 J n - e x t r a h n n u . Saturdsy EveninR Post. National Trnde MaBflXlne nnd Direct M u l l Advertising produce many inquiries lhat result In linmedintc b u f f n T r a l n t n p by field manncer. Car required. Phone M. A. Cerf nt Mountain Inr Hotel. Fayetteville on March 3I»t, April lit or 2nd for an interview. CIIINCILLAS NOW available, quality pairs, registered NCBA. One pair hnhiri horn 3-.TNS2, others rerrying. See at Cl Timbrook'B, 51S Gunter, visitors welcome, · MONEY TO LOAN FHA HOMK LOANS Low interest, Ions; terms UTLEY A N D ' COMPANY, INC. ' Phone 3203 * J vvs**s*^yvs«rf^ l ^v ^vs^^^i^v^wws^s^^A POULTRY SPECIAL, -- Goose incuhatnr. custom halrhinfi, «ct every Mnnd«y, Place orders now for dny old aoslinj;!i. Gees'? are profitable! Healthy. l!von Rr,Tjs! Delicioui meat. Money and labor savers for weeding berry crops, orchards, rlc. Guaranteed live delivery. Anccll-Lawson G o o s e Hatchery, .1600 Gateway ' Drive, Hlphwny 71. Joplin. Mo., phone nons-- CATS-- PKTS PEDtOREED New Zrnlnn-1 :·; h H e rabbit*, high production, large type. Ideal hnslo Block, VWt NeHin'« Huh- biiry, Eont of Lincoln, off Highway HZ. ____ hufidoR pupplt-, Cocker , Flat Terriers. Deaton'» Kennel. We*t Fork. · FOR SALE--LIVESTOCK - « - . _ FOR work hones and rl{flni! "hnrTeiT, ·ee Jim Lc»tcr nt Hilton's cale Barn anytime. FOR SALE-- AUTOMOTIVE nw".STUr)EBA'KEH"or' JMO Chfvrnlrl, _J[;ho_nf 25WJ. ."Oft CH"KVnOl7KT""cln»i cniipn. riTdto and heatrr. Her Tom Porierfield, 2nB North Ihinntn. SALVAGr: pnrta "tor "':i!»"~Kofdl""Kx« . 8165. Can be «-rn 2B5 Eftnl Center. PACKARD¥iLLYr Sales -- Service IYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO Phone 666. __ 2 ?i.Nfrlh Block i,ACf^ (M() ^T**'ifr^i^~M(fiiin'.''"o*n'»j ownrr, low mtteBge. clc^n through. mil Phone '2M7W, " " " " ~ . Low mtleatr, engine In exrrllcnt condition Ren Harold Morrnn. pullet* ln« .1*. A n t . 2. Tfrry VllLicf. or phono 703, MM Hnrnlrl MorKnn (only) btitwMn I and i. . FOR SALE-- MISCElXANEOL'a HEGl.STEn for free drawing. O"ne pnlr mrn'i Guide-Step one p.ilr J ad I nii_^ tj UBhjpnc d Cuaunii. Lloyd's. GOOD ahor*. Moderjiely "priced. Lloytfi, 8] a WGSt_D!ckBon._ THUPSDAY, A p r i l - a Ibr-ginnlng 10 ·/- rloclc on Rny WilU*im Farm nt Greenlnnd. Li vest nek'a ml f u r n i t u r e . Herman Tnney. .owneK Olllc and Bill Tucketl and -Bruce Band, «tic- llpnecni. _. _ ONE urcretary-lypf deiki nqllffwiilniil. $40.00: one porch «w)n§, $.1.00. .C 1RA1L4 noon 11:.10--12:30, cvenlni S:3n lo S, Us, TARPAULIN, cnnvus Ifi'xin', used once, S l . noon_ I J :30^12j.io.^v^enfnit* 5::n) to «. MAY," alfalfn, cerldiJi le"Bp«»"de7,n'"and orchard Rrani. ',* mile eitit lr*ff|c A l i g h t . Hlnd.ivllle. Lawrence H. Hmlth. SURPLUS'mllVfrom tented goati, delivered. R. Parkhurit. Turn north jCurry's_Store,_H!j(hway Ifl weit.^ GRAVEI/nnd lopsoIlT 4 -»rd~10Bd "dr^ llvered, Sfi.OO find up. Phone n, D. Grpathouce, ^ITfiJI. For The Best in Building Stone and Top Soil. Phone 2748 or 791W. . FOR bargains In good furniture, few- ing mnchines, rtn* sloven, dresivri. bedn. m.ittrciiei, iprlni*. Iri fact all kind.i ti»4 furniture, cull Ollic Tnckctl, Kneond Hand Sinr*, Hlgh- _way fi2_we«t._Phnne 237IR, .1 BbATST"oiTc~nVw.~Phone 2W*~ot JJQ3. ' . ' JIJLL · RABNURE. Beit organic fertijiwr. Krck't Rabbjtr.v. " " -_^ -_-OnahI(*. rhonn 7l£j t IIOU'SE, ,1MA^^rth'Unlvcf3rf r :t[T???t ' _Phori«JS31J, j . A~PARtM-'NTr"iin(urnfihBcr."~4 ""rooma and servlct prirch. prlvat* bllh, n c w - i y dpcornlcd. J6«rtw. bllU 1 pftltT 30V r JVtot, ^«V e .'! p -^ f 3""no6Sl fiirnl'ii,iert"'Vt.Vrirn7riT**'?n" 1 ^vJ.IF) 1 . J r _ om ,. c i m n i|!| -_J^hnne 249. .1 ROOM fiirnliih7d, priviitf hflth, tit'lli- Jjcii paid. 402J. BEDnobM o?f haHTrncrit for TrtTri Private fhowrr. Two hinckt n(f . .1 room*, halh. JS72W. spi gai r*n.Tf. hrnler* nnd cabi-i i. Private bath. UlllKtci f u r n i s h - ! rn. ArittMs only, 2.16 E-Somh St. } Phnnr flStJ or HP, .' ^SMALJT^iipVrl^rMtV.^prrviUe "bifth. I ISSfiW^frnni^r^ to_JO. _ [ iriVE room b'uiTgaioWi isolrnonThiy'un"' I FIVE room house, pirily lurniJhffi, t 1.15 "illy. ' j TW 6* "JTn ri " 1 h fi'rti "Fnn m" ~m n ri7r n~Rp5 fT- meniK. f u r n l n h c d nr u n f u r n l n h ^ d ! Garden. Write Box 12^, Lincoln I A r k . .T ROOM nirely furnlnhed downstairs i a p n r t m e n t . Priv-aie entrancr, prlVAte | hath and guritjir. Clixsc in. Artullt. Phonn ir,au. r^OOM log hoiTTM"i^k;TMWMrn'"'!pot Eleven mile* lOUth 71 1 filth way. Ev* rhfin* H.'D HtmmnnfJ Wt?' J A . ; JaryU. II90W .··-··· 32fl AC"RE§, practically^ a H opari -"Ifnji^ - ' ircrtert B room mown ham?, jood Mrn,.-; ahrt jmtltiHdlnfi, rUrtnirff water,; wrjl ;loc*(ei.- flj hfad «oo3 · ciult, new t r t f u r - i n d equipmtnti Jrrr.i}'"1i*** pfflDrsston, 143.000. WU* wn nc*I_fy. · · . = - · '·' · · " '.u^ J nEbnb6M",wid'.wn J "hoiflt ( " '·tfaeh.il sar^sp, smiil drwp piym^nt. Cw 5??A-Lj!!r fffff *U"* Aaagnjoly HtNNj """SIX ACRES. " -;^ ^ VfF.1,7. loriH'fd frfHU lnnd.'Jti.TiJ-rwSi ^ hmw «nrt cnclriMd porch. Riod*¥* ^ wlih etecirlr lyjtem in axtrs «oMl x hrnlicr hnuxfi with ill ' *ufomttii '' '--tn« of- our ,nic«si;, fm»iJ -^,' t ,^ 2 ROO0 ."urnlflhcd apartment, ]"fl ncan.__Phonc 173Tt. TotJin h'^isp, pTrTl^Tufrr- _ _ _ - _ _ FURNISHED":! ronm"Apnrirncnf~ivHli hath. Hn oo month, Waicr and Den- dix furpished. 301 W«t MountBln. Phone BIG. . . . room furnished ap^Tniie.nU Clone'In. prlv«ti hath. Phone MOW APARTMENT. .1 room. pr'ivJV hath und entrance, 26 North Dunctn Phone Z134M. NEW 2 bedroom duptox. 201 Vtr* glnla. New «ehoo(?, UnlvjrsHy nnd aj_l nrw h o me_^a d d Ij Ion. NrURNTsiIED a"Hnrtnifnt7 for couple. Cloie to 1 all f.hrm* anc EXTRA nlco^ro^nT~i f ur^iS^ri"np;M : r-- inenl. Newly deconilrd, J035 North Hlghlnntl. .Phpnfc Jft4._ HOUSE for rent.-Phone WlT sM'xtl; Kmir-^ "*"*'"" . _ . , , _ p"rVTd", 712 Bnnlh Collec*.. P ^P"»; « fi 9-J, i noOi\^^ r "snd on« room furnlihvd ·pnrtmenti, Thonn 1746. . _ -. Diiluon and''.North I*ocu»l-- I2A.OO prr month, utllltlci paid. RMAU, t'nre bulldinf, 3p3 Weet D!i ·on--IM.OO per month. "Sen icnrjfe" MiiKINNEY AG2NCY . Phon* 328 . PARKVriSW A^A'ttTMRNTft nnc bed"- .·oprn iinfurnlihed JIM) no. (urniihed 185.00 Brndix laundry available Phone *$*. · __ Single rooma 5M m o n t h tin Double $10 month nach FISHING boat and umill motor good nR nrw. Alno jjnorf wnlnvit nod cherry »~lfb'RSE^i!5hiiiw ^jwrdrn irnctor. rlf- InR model with. 10 Inch plow, cultivator, plimttr, trailer, etc., 2400.00. Alto 2 wheel ftuto trailer, J10.00, Phong .2BSfln. - , ' - . j . RtllinAnn~"and "Kowe^hulbi." m o ndl£^t ,_^a rm 1 ng ton KEYSfONK" T ~qilfllUy~' ««d" LBWU Proa. Co. Inc^ Pfiino--Rebuilt--SlrenmilneL A VERY fine Inxirument it · f«lr price. NO mnnitroiltiei. BOO South School. 3057J. ' RAINBOW TROUT «nld dully. Phone KprlnirdRlc 3Z01. Otarli Trout Farm Near John ion. t U GG A G E ~ «ult ca ses. foot focSerr brief reset, B-4 bafi, O'nite cmei, toilet kits, etc. A complete line HAMPTON'S ARMY SURPLUS STORK PANSY planti, tlm-! to plant, vigorous bloomlnn flu. 75c riozcn. Glidloll bulbs, postpaid unywhere. 33 lo 60c dnxen. H»y'» Dower*, Highway 71 South, IDEAL MATTRESS CO, Quality now mattrc» and mallresj renovating. Phone 3036 40) WEST DICKSON Who's \Vho For Service Consult You' Classified Service Directory ---"---- - -^r-r-^n^t-i^rv-irTi-r*v\fTrv\nfij\fijw. AM'KRATIONS huttonn. hutlonholci, u l t f m l l o n Mr* "hipps, 514 North CoHi-c*.. Phone SgRVJCKB OFFRRED J __ |R psintlni!~or floor ^gnnrllng', cal NTKR1OR «nrt cxleri'nr"pit1hTin.T, Carn*!g. Phone 102SW. TRACTOR Harden plowing. Phone 2260 1 ONDS - ROADS - CLEARING -OLIN KARNPS AND ELMS WILSON 3.16.JW ____ 2BI9J CALAiVCE it 147,00. ptr months I, ly new fiv« room home verj;; j vcnieni lo University, *nd. iw* 1 *chool.-Why pBy.J70.00 p«f j "rent for fine Itkt, it. . . ____ SUN*TtLT vcitellftn bllrtdt anr! ·lUml- num window it rpfps- ini 1 *vvnln«» frc*! niUmilen. Q*w Xc.ipcr.; 441 South trruit. Phone I Q K ; /.'...L M A T T RIMES Have your Old Cctton or Innereprliii Mnttros* Rebuilt lo Better Than Now Freo Eslirnote-- One-Day Servlco Duggar-Brown MATTRESS CO. (Korrncrly Lewis Mattress Co.) 170 So, Eott SI. Phon« 277_4 24 HOUR SERVICE ON Hrmtlltchlng, Plvllng, Covtrad Butloni, Button Hol»», Tailored Btl't and Bucklti. Sptclal Atltnllon glvtn Mall Ordtn. Satlifgctlon or Monty Back. , ' SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO 1* S.E. St.. Fiy«tt.ulll» LindtcHM Eitlmnie Free Phone 61-J-2 Crlder Broiheri' N'urMry._Greenli»nd "DITCH DIGGING FOOTINGS--w * t e r, gd» and iew«r dilchM, leptlc tank holei DiRiini and back fltllnf. Call 2828 Bryc* Davi- Excavoting - Bulldozing Disking 1 - Brush Rake Ponds - Roads - Clearing H. H. JONES, Contractor 537 E. Lafayetfc, Box 143 U. Sia. .Phone M80,.Payettpyille fOH YOUR ROOHNC NEEDS Call M L Elf wan Roofinf Contrftctor AI jo, Avbeitoi Sidlnt. 5000 B R O I L E R " \ ' FINE cnmbtmHion, The a" . vw , hnind. Or*d« A d«(ry bvr.. brojll'r hii«r. all hulIdfnM entirely mod«ra and In f!n» modUIon- A food 29 row ranrh. v.-ell located; on til routM, rtinninif strc«m; and tht raiih r^rcinfs of ihU farm will **. "urc .'-fin lha( It'tvtJl pay for lti»o in a cninparatlvely ihnri time. , 75-COW RANCH . - . . j YOlf n-on l t find « baiter Hltli' rinch for 813500 in thr Otaffci. On atafe highway. pjn»it i n . 2 Vood a»f* tU Improvement!, vr'll frnc^d. p!*nty ·" «ood wnior. Let mfc inur» you th-tt - ynu ··»« huy thli ranch worth th»C money. . . ,, BROILER .SET-UP "- ·- : ? S.OOT HAPACITY, food native. reA .-homr, 21 arreK xood Un4 w?ll lo* r i t f d . for SS.5M. A |t.50fl loan if*n be «j*umed; payiblt S3J ptr mot)tn. HOME N D . INCOME ' ON DICKSON STREET .! POKSF-NT Inrom* 13S8 ptr month. In addition (o horn*!. 13 rooniSt fnoOtrn, hnrd^'Ortd floors. The lot *on4 li worth h a l f , the priP»v 511,500. I^TT" can b? ,iS3timed. Owner i* "suit* nnxiniis (« «eM «nd will m«ke-i Mdt d-fl -on thj« pl»c»- It'a · ifine"fltce . of nrcprrtymid itiould icll ttt.pn^. NEWLINREALTM WEST..jafot;.: A«JC._ __; i^ . ojic, AN , SUBURBAN FARM ROCK v«n»tr recently rtdK Ivfirfe room? wlth^S meplncei Kec-* 'irldij'^M -seta on xhool . mi : a'RC mall riMt*,'.2*a itiHei from Faytfui- villc. '."flood location fsr .ehlekn ' Phone in» k , Ulia · OV awntr .40 .acra* of, p, cra9!l,ind on Clear Crmlt, north of city n««r Hlth'..-- ... Halt bottom ,lnd. Mil uoland, Kal- lercrl, lar(c l(oti and 1W d»|WMd and rKdbud^ Al«o'tprinf ·'·rattr.-.Ke biiildlnfii. A -.pfirtact t honn -..altt. Olcnn will, phpnft'ltav ' '··'·" lorm. T '3 mn«» narihint Huntavilt". 4~ room, bunMlow." -ft'.ir condition, butine, olfctriclty, w*II In s-nrrt wlth'nUmii «nd w*n (i»a«. On« burn, 3 chlckin hoU»ct i» -'r..- Ceitttr !!··£· ·'.!·?, · · » «.TMr »·· » -·».,=." · v'StT.- ^t-» Ph.;. l»8»-HMW.4i»J._ : RIHERA6ENCY 3Y riwner, suburban. IBncm, Z:bi)l-, room modern home. Porchcy bti*-* ment. Beautiful view.' B.Sta p cajra- £ city, broiler- houten, tuaiyett- K«^r paved hlehu-ay, .4 m!4ei .f:om jitiuar*. Phong 115R4, -^ ' ' . ''·!·' REDUCED 2 ' ACHES, itnnt yellMr. -' 2 »t«toora . home, all modern, Z.OOO brollM '«»· piclty. fully iqulppid. don-In »·-- bu. fine. Price SMMSo. - - ' 5 ACRES, nlcft home; ehltken houiaa, brn. .beautiful ah»«e, U mil* rei pavement. Price $S,WO. ... : . ' ,J. Illv DfOvVnVf)! VVa ,j I031 N. colleje ' · Wieiit Mh Evenlnn J: M. Terrtll.- tMlU-.'i"m- . .Elkln« Ark. . ,. ; . - i - y ; DO YOU WANT TO BUtLO YOUJI" OWN HOME; WE-HAVE FACIU- TIES fOH SUttDINO BY YOUB^ PLANS FOH YOU AND CAN FURS-" IS1I THt LOT'AXD FtNARCWC- TOR niA, of OR CONVENTIONAL; LOAN SEE US rOR AN.ISTIMJVn'' WITH NO COST OH OBLICATIOH.^ WILKINS REAIIY CO; ;- «02 Norh Coll«f».Av«. .. S; Vhone 1T» "** FAYETTEVILLE PLUMBING HEATI.NQ CO. 310 N. West Phone 73j£ RABV SIlTINn "far WILL r n r p hour or d«y r r r l t , M7IJ. r h l l d r r n In my home Mn. Htinhey. G2| L*v BEAUTV SHOP ABTISfic~l)EAUTY" "IVrmnncnl Wavei a Specialty __Phone_l*3_for COUVARD'S BEAUfY SHoP 201 W Meadow-Phona XMI Mnch n M)-up Cold wave |» U| I -y W (Mc«ao« BKAUTY SHOP Rf.l.MtLI woajt Blork Hhont 7M "~ ALICE'S BEAUTY «H6p Now up town 7',i r. Mountain III ^ f Ajlce Doriell.Phona 20 t'ORSKTIRRR Rl'KrjCEn INDIVIUtlAI.LY d»lfned fouodatl« and aurclcal »upnoru. Vivian Qrtfn. redmerrd cotidlere, 111 Norlh rail Phone 7KU. HAULING Call Day tr nltht Olrnn Ray Rttd HIM. _ _ ElCAVAlTNG B U L L D O Z I N G Grovtl, Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. P A T T O N Phon* 249 J. W. HILL ELECIRIC Quality ' Inilailtrt ·PUMPS ·POWER Phon« 34. Wtit Fork AUTOMATIC APPLIAHCE «jf' A Belter Plm lo Buy ;^ _ ifutpirini: Block DEALER Ph. 1M FOR 8 A I . R -- M M . ESTATE lachcd Mlilly 1 ntvy nny 'bedfoom"Tiome, ·!· |raie. Ideal rent home, IJO Phone ItiW. .'· Automotive' , ' §F'n · Health and Adckjtnt. j'^ · Polio .. ·Upbilitfe? · WonKMpN'S COMPENSATIO*^; · Plate Gloss ' Buttons.^BOcklcs ---Beirs Including,Ihi N»w Cofrtour Win In E4tty3tyl* ' Cuitoiri' rinlihed And Rtiaciy tq WMrt'tW' Siiji* Day We R«c»lve Your Orrltr? Sj(H Orctn Stamps on Bvcrj'lhjril'., · : · · . McKeehon's Fabric Center · u ·" c«iat :

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