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R.F.D. Seven By JACK CARLISLE Last week wo mentioned a nicn Obituary Mrs. Gertrude Cover LEGAL NOTICES f in laid lamti or any lien thcn-on an- hereby notified and wiirnril ID upprar in laid Court \vilhm Six iiii UI--RS ! of the date of tin- HIM putiln'.-i'io'i J of this Notice and thow raine n ;mv ! they have, why thr title tn said landi 1 PERSONAL ENHu'fl.MKN'IS |. I'C'IT H-i'l.n-rpii- ' !·!!( \ ; ! ! . - ! · · ' . ! - .,;:,! J-.iCiiM.i li:-. -i !· t f..rin;iliiii, v.r:'. ..... . ,, ,. , SprinRclalo- (Special l - F u n e r a l ' oul .. l.ttlD dog t h a i Mr. \\.lson v.-.nt- · s( . rvicC5 f o r Mrs . Gcrlrucle C o v e r . ' u" y cit someone to adopt. We are hap- who died Friday n i e h t at ""· ·"'' ·py to report t h a t the doj; m,t a 'ionic northeast her , at in the pct'itn.n. O u m i. ij'.,,V. I FOR S.AI.K--I.IVKSTDCR and Mildrril E Uunlav.v. ht:it,., m l : .; r r,i F A 1 , ,,,'- u(p. fort-v The tit-fondants, Dnice Rolili-n anil I of Spriiiqrtalf. . R u t h BoldTM, huiiunn ami "MI" "T,*! ! ^OK SAI.B--MIsrFI I . A V K I I I K " 1952 ARVIN 21" T E L E V I S I O N UHF band, amber screen, blonde labie model. Lists $4?5.00. Special Sunday cr Monda/ only-- MOiTHWBT ARKANSAS TIMB, Fay.tt.vine, ArkonMl Monday, June 1«, ItSl home. There were three or were to be conducted at HI o'clock Ji^ rt l t '' Ihis morning at the Callisnn-Sjs- four different people who wanted ,,, C hape-l by the Mev. Bill J a c k -* lml - ; F'Ml, pastor of t h e Berry Street They surely keep the Church o f 1 Baptist C h u r c h . Burial was to be ·Christ at Baldwin looking nice. '" t h e B l u f f cc ' mc " ;r . v . .palnMng was A'm jn h " ^ ^: , ?P ri "SdaIe - (Special) - Egbert '' ' . . , I.cFevre, , 1 , died yesterday a f t c r The road graders h a v e finishctl noon at t h e Simm's Convalescent the work between D u r h a m a n d . Home., whore he has been a pa- J l a z c l Valley and are just a b o u t t i e n l lor the past year. M o u n t a i n . Mr. I.eKevri' moved to Sprine- ihirly ctu Wltno.il my hand and 23rd day of May. l'Jj2. ISEALl Richard B Grecr Circuit Clerk -6 J u n f $1900.00 DOWN t h i * n « ^ r l y nfw two btdroom ;*\rw Hnrdwood flonri. floor !'···. n.re kitchen. L«rf« faraffi* u t i l i t y room all on level lot. * ar* Ifii thin t«00 per 200 ACRES, A 50-COV/ RANCH CONTEMPORARY AT ITS BEST LOVrXY hom- n«- 3 r Unlvtrilty m*ki- uv of *tonc *I*i* and unuiu«t worujt j » j t t r t f h l for caiual living 'uzh! at ]f« thin replace"" THREE BEDROOM n \.\TH » M ! r w i t h e « t m l*r*e living t'x-m. ' l a r M y k i l c h « n and dininf room I - . i r n r levrl [nt In rettrlctM m l - l i \ ision Hurry and you can f h ^ n p vour own decoration*. L«i i f u n us CKfl M THE RITTER AGENCY f. r e n t e r Phone 13.19--I228W --43W P.F.UHOOM ninilcrn h V " n w n ' e r r i n- in r i l y H¥n. Phone JZMJ. through v/ilh Stoui _ Friday I stopped ,-md watched one dale from Lincoln a year aso. He _ . of the t-raders Irvine to push over came to Lincoln in 1948 from Dos' a pcrsiimnuii lice t h a t was in t h c ' t c r , Midi. way. It would co about h a l f way He is survived by nne grand_over but would .'pring ri;ht up . daughter, Mrs. H. O. Kylor, Jr.. o f ' -again when tho grader backed o f f . : Hope. Ark · three grandchildren '' * ILL "" I* responsible fi The Irec was s l i l l there when I and two c r r a t - E r a n d r h i l d r o n . Fu: '" s -"TM a -°- by -° n ? onr ?*«i».."V" went by S a t u r d a y -- m i n u s a lot o! ncral services w i l l be conducted b a r k - at the C a l l i s n n - R i s c o Funeral . The B a n n a n s "ot a w a y last cl 'apcl at 1(1 o'clock Wednesday week. They are moving to Midwest' morning by Ihe Rev. F r a n k City, Okla., to be near their dauch- : Brcwstpr, pastor of the Lincoln ter. Mr. B a r m a n liked Faycttn- Presbyterian Church. Burial will , ville and the people here very i Dc i n t ' lc B l u f f cemetery. much and wouldn't have left ex- j ccpt for t h e i r daughter. Mr. B a r - ' Cal Eiderton man is a retired r a i l r o a d man. 1 Ca! F.lderton, 55, Washburn Mo haven t met lhe new man, but I died at Ins home yecterriav a f t e r heard t h a t ho was a retired ; noon a f t e r an illness of li years preacher, both trying to keep you The son of Hugli and Abaga'il El- i t on a road t h a t is straight and nar- ; derton. he was born J a n u a r y 4 j - 1 1 haven't had very many baby i TM ril . v Warehouse. He moved to . chicks on RFD Seven t h i s year.', " lc W.ishhurn C o m m u n i t y in Sep- 1 have talked with the other car- ^' m oer of Hl.Tl. He was a mem- iers about this and thov. loo. hurt ; bel n! t n o Christian C h u r c h . noticed the small number of chicks : Ilc '·' survived by his v.-ife, K l l a . i ^i ANTFn comins tlirough the m a i l . Mav| : e of l h e h "me; one son, Donald, of I --- '--. the folks are buying all of them C a l i f o r n i a : one ria'ighlcr. M r s . ond ° r TM"; · from the local hatcheries Louise Cooper, of S u n h y v a l l e . ! '.Times. Much hay was cut a n d r u t awav c ? l i f - ; f o l l r sii;l «s. Mrs. Hell I WANTED. last week. U was ideal weather q h o m a s n f Fa.veUoviilr-, Mrs.| Phono 1001 SPECIAL' I I !ln, S N - r t H A I N I I ( l w " t l U i l . r T NOW availiiblM. limited suppl t Chinchillas. Registered S. C Visitors welcome. Free Ir.ei Sec at Clyde Tlmbrnok. i l h (; I'm l o o k i n g around . . . 70 ACRES OF WHITE RIVER BOTrOM .- M I I . K S ..I W r , t F n r t A ,.nort f. ATS--I'KTS n i i i i li!:H-k rc!:: W/HNTKI) TO BUY liw litlATS l l n i M . n . L-i:.J MONKV TO LOAN Fl-lA HOME LOANS Low interest, long terms L'TLEY AND COMPANY. INC. ii I:\T- Misrur.i.A \Kors KOI! SALE--HOMi: NERDS GOUD 2 p:tv-i: urul living rrvn SUM l . i - n i s Urns Cii . Ini- L'SlvD l:!.r-;iry l:i!:i-, :, nil J.viv C o . l i u - IIOI.UN(;sv.'OI)TM'S nnarli,icnl rniiii /urr'-hc.-l. nt .-, r L'nivc ' 1 «[ · · a l - l i - a n r l I,.- NEWlW'REALTY WFST F O R K A H i : $2200 DOWN BKAUTin'I.I.Y hiriiiali,-,! hiii!i,. ,n .Xnrilii-ast s,-,- niriii^li. \Vri:i. liox 1.01. 1 ItOnM'iinFuimsli,.,! ! SERVICES OFFERFD WILL ilii"niiiln si-wi 5 70 yi Hylier. 3J.V.I ;n T'HM ' [·?,':;! Tf-''r"«--'ii"r -v Mi I I S L '° "° "' " I! ? OM """ lr sir, nn ·:'\'-.-j eftTATS Kork SENSATIONAL OFFER E X P E C T A N T timlhiTs anil n e w l y rn.ir- . nctl ronplrs. rvrn t . i m i l i c s , v:nli urn- I or more r h i l d r r n You u u c i t In yourself and I l i n n l y !n r . i l l 17sV ' for inlonn.inon i - o n c r r n i n g !·'!{!'!' IIOSPITALI2ATION. Tins 111011:11 DAIRY SWEET HIGHWAY 71, NORTH Under management of Mrs. Duane Gann FOR best results, sell or i f u r n i t u r e , dishes, housenolii ;,ppii- ances, tools and arlieles of .ill kind 1 ;' norlh of Sprinndale on HiRhway Phone nw. Spnncdale. A u c t i o n K.i Si- ·- L - 1 7 . for it, too. M o s t ' o f the f a r m e r s ' Lo ", ise R i u c r of Ava -. Ho ;- Mrs - · would have preferred a l i t t l e , tl ' l! ' 1 " ?. v " lay ° f C a l l f o r n i a . a n d Mrs. i\ell Cox of Waterloo, low I Joseph N. Polonis " n , cral , ser TM. 1s for J " sc P h little more rain, but crops have rcall been growinp. Asa Hall showed me a sample of the oats they had out there on Jack's place. They must be at least five feet high. H. V. Ford lias a vcrv f i n e Pan: . amn hat t h a t was a special present! v -h7^ier''TrnVs'da J v'^ ,""'° r " f ;" r ! a I n n s t i m e back. It is one ot tie=c ' d ' , d Sa(urd ,' 4.^ " ^ v super-dupe,- jobs t h a t mil never Ga|on ^ pvi^Vea, er of t h e Firt wear out. However, it does g e t ; chm . ch of c h r i s t Scientists. Burial · s o i l e d just l i k e am- other h a t , . was in t h e K a i r v i c w ccmc(erv lm . i and ever so o f t e n has to he clean- del . , hc direc . io ,, of (ho w ' a , .. cd and blocked. Well, t h a t has I Mortuary ' just happened a f i a i n . and F r i d a y - Pallbearers \vcre Ed Schlcir t h e cleaners sent it back to him. Earl Brov/n, John Jarvi-= H J The C .0 .D. charges were S4.88.J Mcenen, K£y Browning and Tom I guess the cleaners figure that a j o i s s o n . man who can own a hat like that « can afford it. | }f 0 yt Wilhelm, rookie k n u c k l e I hope my f l a t tire business is i h a l l pitcher for the New York a thing of the past. I am having a . G ' a n t s . is a Purple Heart veteran set of puncture-proof tubes i n - - o f the famed Battle of the Bulge, stalled on the car this week. I am . going tu give them a f a i r trial before I form an opinion, but I'll bet you know hov.' they work. T don't t h i n k t h a t Jim Si:emorc and Earl Hall would object lo a free plug. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES C L A S S I F I E D ADS f Rale: 3 crnis; per wort: lingle in- music l school. Mint mvct t n i i i n i i u : ) ! Okki honn qualifier tin m ;iinl f.-'ii.ili'u n producing musical pm^r-iin-. lnr t h school. Tcnching r c m i u - j i i r in :\ .1 lie in any subject n u t t i e r f i'.'M Li-nno .hilinstiiii, Super; mendi-nt Welch. Okl:ihuina. IIKIJ' WANTED--MALH WANTED MEN * TO TRAIN FOR TECHNICIANS IN ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING INDUSTRIES NOT AFFECTED BY STRIKES I F YOU ran q t i ^ l i f v -- : l n s rnuld h- your chance for f u t u r e s r c u n t y ;\i\\' pic k i n d of work you hko. You ma-,t hs bptweon t h e apes nt 18 nnH -Vi nini the e q u i v a l e n t of an «!h K r ; u i . GLAMORENE the New Rug Cleaner LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. ' Wo Deliver. Phone 246 ' DRAPFRY and ' ; UPHOLSTERY FABRICS ! t L;;tnps :\\'.!\ O;r,v in-i.-u I ' u r n i t u r r . 5 HOOM Voin',. »'.~RIH E;isrta7ivo!lp. I n q u i r e at 4 J 7 Easl I.nfnycM(.'. JMionc N I C ' K I . Y lurn K,',-:! M',,.;,. ! om offering at stud my young i stallion, "Wilson's Yellow Cat." He is one of the very few permanent registered AA race horses ·omn f r a m e Karanu. Cedar . a i r mitral hratini; t hiirninjf plrrpl.ion ' nriinrd. Irvrl l u l 01 a h r n u t i f i i l vi.-u in. Ccnlrn! 1m 6 7 2 - A C R E RANCH at auction at Drake's Creek, Tuesday, 2 p.m., Juno 24 Good fiihing stream.- 150 acres bottom offered In two tracts. 10°o down, balance when-' title approved. Whislcr and Eaiteriing, owners*" W. H. Milder brand, auctioneer. Box 516, O k l a h o m a City. "EXT PA! "EX f R A i ~EX"T R'AI OW.N^TH k a v i n i t n t r . must icll lov«- Iv hnnic Two bedrooms with big i'in^,i* finnt-llcfi den w i t h clateti I.-ircr t i l e h ^ t h u'-.th bullt-m v a n i t y f'nnitun i J«n Hvlnf r o o m-dlninf rt.nm ' i r ' - t y p e k l i r h e n B « f c u t l f u l l y red on la r KB lot in be«t neljh- ' h ' . r n n t i n r l SI3 7Ml 00 WONDEHKl.'L hnmc for a larfc fam- ; lly High nn large Irvrl improvnl Four hedroomi each with two. rlo«-M Ifltmy r,f ^xtra Horafe 2 k i t r h t - n w i t h d l n i n ( »o»ce. V 1 c *. H v i n e room nff rntr" TT*ntral heot, t AMnrhrcI fnrnr.r Metal twnlnfS. ' K i i t r n i fl'tnri Call us lo tee thU.'- $ir,.r.mioo KINCAID COMPANY . CRAVENS CO. ! " ' i n the state. He has been unde-' ,TM E LARGE HOME BARRFTT QUALITY SHOP '"ELECTRIC "FANS $6.95 .Tulin I Kii.-ul TWO h » i i i . . i i i i I I ' l i o n - - H01W N I C N I . Y | t i ! i t : v I "II .Sr)io,,| SI [ hl \'£ | featcd at 220 yards, ond has! run 330 yards in 17.2 seconds.! He is a nice quiet dispositioned horse and I am sure you will ! find his get the same. This horse nmo].-v"" 'h!,u-k- i M i l " f i ' i a s ^ een i ' 10wn ^ times, t a k i n g ; JJJ,'," 111 F l j r - ' · ' · · · - · ' l r ) l ( 6 r i x i a Totnt prio M i n e r a l Wells, Texas; Tulsa, | D U P L E X r riiOTii n i u i r t i n e i i l s , " furiush- f i r u n r n n i j s h c , ! U l l l i l i t - s tnld ip r i ( l 7 J or L'.lfiOIT I.SHKD d u p l f x a|)nr!in-nl -- I 1 LO C A T ?: I) ttMwrrn nrw xrhorl nild r-inipilt (;i^;.t hi" l.i! hiiltrhriK Bilc'i The rf-sulcnrr nnv Itr cnnvc-t ted Into t w o comf'irfnh'p unit* fit very urnnU mst U.irsiin iind cxcrllctit (vrmi, fur ;i (juirk I'honc .l(l7M-t :· KOOM i--in]')iii I i i r i t r i n - drM li Ashi'il. Mount tr-.K :·(·. vcn- ·' II.:,TM" Mills nn -iirui KOK SAI.F-- MISCn.l.AVEOUS ' hi T W O " l l E I ) n O ( ) M l ) l ! I M . K \ A P A H T - · M K N T. U N F U H N 1 S H K I ) . H A I U J - - WOOO i-'I.OOHS A V A H . A H I . K .NOW ' n r . ' K vsow AKTKH I-JVK o CLOCK 1st place at Fort Worth, Texas,! Mineral Wells, Texas; Tulsa, t j Okla.; and Pawhuska, Okla. He | ' is valued at $5,000. Stud fee, ! $50.00 wilh return privilege. Owner, Donald Tackett, Fayetteville, Ark. P h o n e 2182 or 115-M-3. i,h° B * I.f! IM 5GJIKKJ:) i f ihnw vmi Phn i r n i n c u l l ! ] Itus I Z E N I T H ' A l H O r.-, P M 1 I'hoiic JIH:IW · 2"nb()M"tiirni«.li " 'in . The l i t t l e wren t h n t has her . nest in Pnu! Bond's mail box does not trust me at a l l . Several lime.s ; She h n s como t e a r i n g OUt of there, t a. m , n n l y to be trapped in t u e car. Us- p M m TM Classified adi casn m daily. 9:30 a. " r r t i n and ,,,,.. m. Saturday r e r u r r l u c a t i m i or more . . . XO EN'CK n p p 7 « , o - h ; i t m u s t I,-; i n R tn tram in ?p-iro lime ;ii 1 . ( W i l l not i n t e r f e r e w i t h jiro j o h i . Knr f u l l d c l a i l s n n d f u r ! h r r i n f - i ! q i i n l i f v -- W r i t e g i v i n s age a n d ' i-'ti lion tn BOX L-19, Care oft TIMES f l for j i L'12 N'orlh Dun. n t s . f i r s t floV," · Al.so s l r r p i r n a l l y she v/il! f i n d her way ot but once or twice I have hart In i P | r ? d . caf-h her. One t i m e I took her I m a d e ailcr f i r s t msrrlion. No correc- ! HKI.P WANTED--FEMALE ions or rerun madt after ad hut rx- : -NOTE: Advertising copy (or other . p-iges it due at 1^ noun the dav pre- back and sr-t h r r on her nest. M ; i v _ , ccedmc p u h l i c a i i u n ; 12 noon Sa:urd»i ' for publimtion on M n u d n v I lie by ncxi year h c v.-ill be u?cd \ to Ihe m a i l carrier. A b o u t ;i year a y n n i l t h e r u i a l mail carriers \verc couniin; 1 , doves. We did this for a week to tfivo pome rmoncy nn idea ns !o iho dove population. There wcro \*cry lew rin\-cs coimlrd t h n t \vork; n ^ ] rrmrmhrr, I saw only f o u r or fi\-c. But now they are t h i c k . I see them every day, s o m r t i m r s several in a bunch, and 1 y n r e l y would hate to be counting t h e m now. There hr.s been a lot of com- LEGAL NOTICES ___ NOTICE Notice is hereby given t h a t . ,-; A r t - m m i s l r a t o r of the E s t a t e o 1 . JL-SS.C M. M.-iRuiru KiiichiT. deccabud. I w i l l hc- nvcen t h e hour:; (if to 00 A. M. and :i:CK) J 1 . M . on the fith day of J u l v ]'.t. r -'. a! the f r o n t door r.f the C o u r t Hmisp in lhe C i t y oi K a y c t t c v i l l r . Ar- k.inia. 1 -. o f f e r for s;ile ;it p u b l i c n u r i:i!i ui t h e l u y r i e s l bidder tor c;ish. t h r f o l l o w i n g real p r o p e r l y , to-u'it: Lot t h r e - i ^ j in Bio'.-k ihree i3) V a l l f y V i e w A d r i l l inn tr ih^- Cny of faycttcvillc. Arkansas. Snid sale to be uncle lor 1he pnr- p't^e of partition and making dist r i b u t i o n of the estate of said dc- cciient. Pat Fi richer. A r l m i n i s l r a t o r 15 Openings for Experienced STENOGRAPHERS Apply immediately Employment Office 104 West Center EXPEKl'ENCEl3~hr:p" fnr" lioitWwo'h and con!:ing. Mrs. I l r r h I l n i f i c l d 3 I "'" ' Ml. _Nord. " ' s ' 1 ;' ) '·!·' ·'' EARN' FXTRA~CASH- artdfpSinK'pVs-1 -ir'V''!- h ( t n l s n t hnme. W r i t e Lowc-M I'rr^c, I ' f i n i - h _ M u n n r . T ml inn a. I S i l ' t " , in E X P F R I E N C ' E W waTtrcS'^Hrt'fry" oook : Sl»-ii."i » · · · C;ilf Cuff. SALESMEN WANTED I ' J A X O . )"»lli 1IM A - i l l - H u m . ( ; : r c n l . i : '""" · iti 11 V/OODS 0. fis YELIOW TRANSPARENT APPLES (Seconds) J. T. A P P I E B Y e l h e l Grove, N e a r P o r n A C H F K nn Hit. I 0 ! i - r . p r r l l y £,.O| unveil M . r p . A .·urn. s^ou prr VL-: ; NEWLIN REALTY WFST F O R K . 1 two room l i I'In i rie J 7 4 G inglon A V n t A r r i V K f,i LLOYD'S, " . n . l - . - : i i T h i r V.'AUD )f f'T il Floor :ip:irlMH-m. '~, N n r l h College. Ptloni- _J.4.M I'vi-iuinjs c . n l j . U N K U K N I S U K U "apiu i n i i - n ! 4 rnmm an.l l u i l h . u i i , . . | i . i l f bloi-k of I T n i v i r r . ; Excavating - Bulldozing j Disking - Brush Rake . Ponds - Roads - Clearing I H. H. JONES, Contractor !:i37 K. I.nf:iycUo, H«x i« U. Stn. I Phone 1480. t a y c l t o v l i l o MATTREB R E N O V A T I N G Cotlon MattrcRncs Built I n t o } (Junrantccd Innrnprlngi Mo]Iyw.-o(id BPda Mad» Tn Order I ONE DAY SCHVICK--PHONE 2774 ! Duggar-Brown I MATTRESS CO. KIO South K.IKI St. ; QUICK 'SERVICE O N wnU-lu-v rlockfi. s p e c t a c l e a n d i j e w e l r y rrpnirmi; K A R I / . S WATCH SHOP W^lh r . i i - w i - r n t : i ( .-incr-i K, K rt-nf " " E X C A V A r i N G " B U L L D O Z I N G Gravel. Fill Dirt, Top Soil D. M. R A T I O N Hammond Really Co. Eve Phone II. 13 Hnmnimut 1.172 ! _ ·]_ A. Jnrvl.i i:.a»W CA~MPUS front--Three 'unil~~a'pn'rf- . mnt h n u i f : S rnntux and l i n l h H r » t ' floor. Twr. u n i i f l . 2 rnnmt t n c h . ! n h a r i r i R h.itli s.-fnnd f l o o r . Inl 7 5 : li.v 200. S31 l .r,Hll K X T H A S I ' K C ' I A I , , NKW t; r-,om hii»i;.ilnw new H l R h r School n i i i r i i - t : n i s u l / i t r d u - v a i h i - r ! · t r i p p e d , n u t o m a l i c KH* l u r n u c p nn-l rn«r. worhihop, u i l l i t v I-CH-IHV lot ft 1 )- h.v 2f)» Sl'ECIAI.LY P H I C K I ) j N K A I l C i m n u » - 3 rholrr rrtirtrnro \ JlEnilCKti 10 SELL. J. D. EAGLE, Realtor · Ml R A N C H E S SALE OR TRADE 200- 14,000 ACRES Kansai, Arkansas, Miitourl, Oklahoma, Texas THE BROADHURST CO. 1031 Norlh Colleg*. Phone 2487 AUTOMATIC APPLIANCE CO. ' A BitUr Pile* to Bur "ttotpflint 11 K. Block DEALEH Ph. U» 200 Years of Servlc* 20,000,000 Policyholdtrl 20% - Savings MUTUAL FIRE AND AUTO BY ownrr."Th"rrc tH-dronni aTfTjndcTn home. :, UCTP\ IniHl Onr mil,- ,,,' nf Hly h m i u , NVirlh Em! n e c l l n n Cl'y wnlrr. rirp pliiKi, n a t u r a l ffai. limit In IHlfi Hn« nlr,- viillry view I'lenlv Rhndo. «no,l lirr-7,\ \V. M Sinllf _I'honr IH4J1 G c KIKER'nl nj land. I w n l,,),,«,-, .1 mil,-, Norlh loom of I'rairlr. ,rovu n n t l hi V l n , y : f i r n v e n c. K i k e r . ,,w n rr i INSURANCE "Savingj for pref«rr«d rtiki" Gat the Focti :!i The Ritter Agency ·ret ' a * R«ol Ettot* 16 East Cent* T H K K K ^ roi pnrTnient'i F i'r «"t i i M . - k f e p i n K rioms. - nient on tho nov d i t o f f of 7' Highway, so T misht .n? v.'c'l nrkl · mine. I am q u i t e sure i h n t n i l nf my RFD Sevrn patrons know t h o hi.chv/ay is there. However, a stranprr enming up £n:t Rork Street has no warning that he is about In intersect a major hijrh- \vay. There is simply a sign there showing him that 16 I-lighwnv t u r n s lo t h e right. \ am not much of an a u t h o r i t y on highway laws, but il serins to me if all these siT^ail low IIP n n d villages can erect stop Fipns nnd stop lights, then n city the sue of Faycttcville could put In n ton sign -- or light -wherever it was deemed necessary. That is n h n u t all except t h a t I have hern listenin" to a lot of pond n t d - f a ? h i o n c d singing for the past Iwo or three days. 1 a l w a y s ' pet n kick out of tho Folk Festival. \ This year we a!?.o had two good atf sets of square dancers: Tim folks from Petliprcw and the liule. tols from Prairie Grove. . Estate of Jessie M. Alaguire Fmcher. DISTRIBUTOR A BUSINESS nf y m i r own. No incut required. CO i » a r old nv.mfacturcr of m a m t c n a n c i infis dosircs imn over ".*i (t tcclcd t e r r i t o r y t - f ) n s : ^ t i i i n r o u n l i p s coniorinc i i r i i u i - l , , , , , H r « r r v v i | ] c . E v e r y n i i n i i r n r ' i ' i n - r V n i - a prospect. A r t i v e a r c o n n t B " F*"! frcdit on mail orders. Liberal commissions paid weekly pim tip (o S2.00. 1 ) yearly in c x t r n hnnti^r*; S.T- urday Evening Po«!t. N a t i o n a l Tr;idc M n K f l 7 i n f o n d Direct M a i l A f l v r r i r i n c nrodiicr- many i n ( ) m r ; r s t h : i t r - - fiult In i m m f t d i a t f l)»siniyis. Tramini; by field miinaRer f'nr r«.-(iii;iOf! H l i k e i ' I t h e NOTICE OF PtTITION TO CONFIRM AND OUIET TITLC Xut:uL' is hcti-hy ^ivfti that R. E i t f f i r c of the rlerk of ihc Chancery Court of Washington County. A r k a n - sas their petition to confirm and qinot their title to the following de- rcnbcd Jnnd lo-wit: The Southwest Qunrit-r o[ Section N'o. 27 and the p Northwest Quarter of the Northwest J QnartiT oi Section No. .14. all in Town- ·ihip No. 17 North. Range No 28 West or !r=s All persons who c l a i m a n y - nr IS fnr' a n ' ' i n t e r v i e w i n t r r r ^ t in s a i d land or lien thereo: ^,r i rt;",:"'x;: ;Se s S,^; "*? A ?L n ..TMTMn lic.vimi *.f t i n s n o t i c e and show rause. .STRAYED, smntl blarlc h e i f e r if any t h e y h a v e , why the. t i t l e of s a i d , ."'Oil nnnnrl* T.aM seen i u s t n ppiuionrrs" --hould not be c o n f i r m e d nnMxvin. Hns K.ilrs r ; n i j fip an-) f u i i P t i - d number TBS If lnra!rl F.rst p-.ililishefl the »th day of ,/mC. ! Hr-fm, K a v e i t c v t l l e ?:.-r, 105^. Itirhard B Greer. Clerk 9-lfi-2.1-3f) July 7-14-c A A A - I j con* '""'· I 1 ' · ' ' " ' ' " ' · · r p r o - i K - 1 "'' 1 "f V.'I-M P of 1.1 j SHOOTM-i ^;rl!i^-^ M v i H " . j M r!,-! . '.,': ( · · - . . . . t 11 *·_J.1 ,' K J H K W O R K S W h . i t rn.r, TKEAUI.E SlIIR. T~ ! _FOR SALE--REAL ESTATE . MOI)E«A 4 "riiuni"»nd"f-ar[)ort f,c I lot. cnrdrn. N o r t h L'mveri . ^-11'- "L_ n h o n c _ 233:iM - TIIK~St7iwrlf MotH "f ' I nn'ltV n*-ai COMPLETE DISPERSAL CATTLE SALE I At the Carman Farm, 2 miles west of Prairie Grove on Highway 62 ^ Wed., June 18, at 1 p.m. OKI,, _; | 19 head of Registered Herefords. 48 head of good E n« X »SJ, A 2S, E i 9 rade cattle - About 45 h ^vy ewes and one ram sheep. 4 IinOM n|i..r:mr-i! Will pruvjtli- n-f . Itt-d Hurl Apnrti ' - rhi t'.ntnl : : |0,'| OH. A - I K U H M S H K U np;irttnrn i Chinch. Phone .'Sl.liW A l l ! l ' ; l l l i - ' \ J ) ' | | r i'.V f-ll' Whiihiin " 2it:, 1 01 f.'ixL'fiO A r d e t x i l a ni."h. i ' h e r hnn J n l i r . s s i n . H7 J i " « » r M A I . K Cocker "pups "p.'irtinilor _ b l n c k . S i f i d i i f i . o i i f ]R;-JM HAl:i)",,.- u s t r a w , I t n l p l i a n r l B i l l i d A T m : i n i i n ~ " Tjihii"" model "Vrr;ii7i ! l f t i1 ""' _ I TKl or 42M o r l h ! UNDERPRICED ne of ·Mind I n v e s t m e n t i i" $6.000. term*. | r a i l M r . M i t c h e l l , ' L. A. CARMAN - OWNER ·I l ' A H K V H ; W ;,p;,r1nifnts. l i i r n i s l n - d o r : u n l n r r . i s h o n Mrnriix laundry n-rv- Plii.ni- J101J I I ' O W K F f 1'i irh m Cloml operating c o n d i t i o n WARNING ORDEM In The Chancery Court Of Wachington County. Arkansas FOUND, mother screw t a i l hiilldTii; w i t h 3 small puppier; O w n e r please can_7W_alt*r_S or 2800 rlnvs STRAYED or" MoVi,.' sorrel horse ' ha "_ ( ''' °n Phnnc 7:0.11. I r n t r r - n d i t u u i H A S K K T S r-r i n d i i o r - o , i : d f , n r l i v - rirr.ifn-i. The Pioneer Card Of Thank* W^ wish to express our sm-.-ere Ih.ink^ and appreciation to our miny f r i r n d i who were sn k i n d tn us during our recent borenvf-mcnt and also to t h a n k them for the beautiful floral offering* M« S t f l l a P n l o n i * V i r g i n i a Polonis n u n k r ) . Ilrnrf n u l r l n n l e n d . , n r ) The l i - f r n f l : i n ' R u t h Mnld-.n ;ir, ', this Court \ \ i l h i · swer Ihe compla i the nhov md H u t h IJoIdon Ur- !s Bnirc Hnldon finrt · \\nrned to aporar in D tinny rtnys -irid ant the P l a m t i i f s in ·ansc. e.1 ^P9i9n n n n H f l (Sec Page 10) CASH PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS Pbon* CollMl 11S1 FirilUTUU, Arkirui Joplin Rendering Co. W i t now my hand and »enl of' this Court ihis -3rd tiny »f May. 1952. (SEAL) Rieh.ird H Grrer Phnno 97 i r h n n r o r y C H - r k :··; -Tune 2-9-1(i^ rhOne / / . j Notice Of Filing Of Petition To ' Quiet Titlr- And Warnlnc Order In The Chancery Court Of WathinRlon County, Arhaniai 1 Owen I, l)iini.-i\^ n t i d M i l d r e d K Dun' lavy, Hti.stifii.d nnd W i f e , Kx pane ; I M n m t i f f . i . nnire noldon nnd K u i h noltlnn. Mm- « 0 , m I '»ml find W i f e i rhone 6C6. 1 N o l i i v i^ hrrehv ^\\.i-n Hint there hi j heen HN-d in i n v m h r r . nt Clerk of POULTRY 1 thr Cli.incrrv C t n u t « - ( W.-^lunRton · Count y. Arh.ins;i.-.. i l n - P'-tltion of Owen I, D u n i . i v y jmd M i l d n - d t\ I ) u n I n v y . h i M h n i n t n n d u i l r p r a y i i i R ( o r i Ihr ve-tlmi:. c f i n d r i n . - i ' i ' i n an-l (|ine1- I'lft of tlllr in them on Ihr Io|lowing ' insinn C o u n t y . Ark.-trn-m, t o - w l t . Thr Southrnsl W u n r t c r ' S K ' i i of | tlie NorthwiMl O u . i i t f r S W ' ( i a n d Ihp S n u t h u r i t l W u . i t i e r ' S W ' * i of HIP N o r t h w e s t 411.11 if r ' N \ V ' , i, »ll h f i n f f in Sertion T h i r t y Ofti. T o w n » h i n S r v f n t r o n ' 1 7 i North o ( R«nK« T n l r l y 1.101 Weo of the Sin P M , c o n t a i n i n g Euthly (ill *crc*. FACTORY TRUCK BED 12 fee! long. t~Jr f \ f \ Good repair *^ / */. wU CLIFTON LUMBER CO. V/esI Fork, Ark. i PACKARD-WILLYS 1 Sales -- Service ,LYLE-BRYAN MOTOR CO 208 North Block p.un 1 I d e n l l ( r M i n n i n g , b e a u t i f u l Shop. ^ _ _ K t t t PHI LCD REFRIGERATORS A T B A R G A I N ' P H i r F p. '] !!. S. . - , . ' , r;-,.- H f . - | . - ' | i i - i - l ^', . r V.-.. i , . , ;· M.n-'i rORD, CHEVROLET "Afib" PLYMOUTH TJ" - . c . - l I:.,- i- ll.i li.ii." ;;··!· i;/,,, n.ii: ,.i W H I T E L E Y S GARAGE r ' l i M . C , 1,1 M , , i 1 . 1 , - , ; , : . . ,, · ! S-h'» I'll-.:.- ;:r,7 LAW:: rrpair*. p t i n t m i : . but ran he niarif j I n ! o 2 rticc ; i p ^ r t r n " n l » w i t h room J f f t for O H I K T Solid h n i t d i n R . mift- I f - r n b r H i i t i . ' i i I b shartrd tfrounrli. ; Y n u r ct:*ni f in roi .1 pood Int'nn'p i p r o p r r l y nl n low p r l r r . Jfi OOfl. F n r 1 f u r t h e r T t l a i i i r,-.U nr ttc Mr. Zwlcle ' STOP AND SEE US | U'!-: I i a v i - jn.M f i i t ' . u ' . i n y i h f n g von want ' In r i t y i r n p f r t y . s m a l l arr*-aRp«, i i h i ' - k r n s - t - u p s r»r itofk ranchrs. J look at loine NEWLIN-POWELL REALTY If S 71 So,i!h K ' M m ·; r · P I.n iij K.V- : I . ! All SIX lump W h l i r Hock hrns nnd io.,.t- rr r'hnnp 4SSWI I I K M K M H K H simitnrr r l i l r k i*hon- l K Don't w a i l , f i n l i r ui-lir. Hook n r n o w f o r d e l i v e r y J u l y nn'1 A I I K I I ^ ! O u r M K i t l f i ' y i u i l i l y K i r ^ t C ! i , i r , \ D i - n l v . Mipcnnr K r o i l r r O i f - k * . p t u u i r _ 101.1. I* O llox ,'t.ll VOH J u n f 2;tn] rtciivcry l to i o.t'i Stiprnor q u * I i t y t i i o a d - h r r . i M r d CLIFTON LUMBER CO. TYPEWRITERS AND , ADDING MACHINES ! I New and Reconditioned. I Portable; TypcwrVt-r-.. Pf.-ntals i Dopendcjblo '.crvico df.'fiartrno.il. ; Co r ,h or TcriTis if clc sirnH I 34 y t: a i s jn tho b u s 1 r c *, s 0. B. WILLIAMSON CO. IMC. i:;.''. V.Y-' M.,,ir.: .in St. . K.'inl W I H - - K I V . Ark " T V . A X f ) i : \ h H ) I l K I C V. D A I . K I Who's Who For Service Consult You- Classified Service Directory KKAI/TY SHOPS i Mnrth.r* lli'!iillv~s"hnp ! C n r n p l i t r n c n i t t j Si-rvi. « V, K M i n i m u m Pni.nr I . ' O I . V A H I J S H E A U T Y . S H » l r " M.-ii'tum-li-u s'l .Vi. Ci.lil YIIIW- SI 00 rinrenc* J« W nii-k«B _ ^i«* l UlCKK : IT i S~iit;Alri'Y SHOP RH.IALI i won* . .'." 1 '! ...-.....''°''* i run. D CAUK i VKTKH'ANS vni»i: I nr(c|iiiiii r .\ 00 Rnnhii prr f r y . ,lfiA( A n f f l l l,nu«ori ni^wiy Drive. nnf Jt?f. Kr.nn n v s,; v ,. r i f.Tll H.l/.AMFTH -lANK.'l MATTRESS ca Qunlily now mallrcn and mattrois ronovoltng, Phono 3034 401 WESV DICKSON J. W. HILL ELECTRIC CO. Phons 24, Wosl Foik " n i i r v r y ~ i i i " n n w oifii 7 * ni -l JI.Mtn 1'hnnf Itai SI'KNCI'.ll I r . m u l a l l n n . i u r ( i » l , lmrn V l v l u n f i r r r n . 2? vi'urft r i n r n r n f i ( ; i N c i " ' ~- r - r '. hon * ?*H.J. ^IB N Kmt^ : m n T I S ' C S - w ' n l r r ' ««» u n r l i r w f r ' Mn" J W M r G f h o * " ililrhfr tcpllr (.ink liolf. D l H K . ' i B ' Si^ni-rr rnnctierc mill buck Hl'.lnn Cull 2f,:8 Urypt : 1 . ? ? .^','L''A .'! T ?"'T/! I J?-·?*. II*Vt« rrnri-i-rirrj-rs J --r J j-,rrrf -nrn S I ' N - l l l ' . l rri-r pi-i South \s ·t )iiri* Phoni' l l,,,ri«.-.-nrt-iruml. nwningl i/i-r 4*1 AND PAINT Inlrilor W Dlckwn PUBLIC SALE I am leaving Fayetleville and will sell at public auction at my home located at 1 10 South College the following personal property WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18 BEGINNING AT 1:30 P.M. 1--7-foot electric rcfriqerator, like new 1--8-foot electric rcfnqprator, like new 2--cjai ranges, very nice 1--2-pc. living room suite, excellent condition 1--Walnut 4-pc bedroom suite, with springs and '.· innersprinq mattress I--Oak A pc. bedroom uiitc, complete, with mattress and springs 12--Chest drawers : 1 --Wardrobe, with mirror rat 2--9x12 Rugs, very nice 1--Oak dinette suite, like new I--Washing machine. Used only a few times. 1--Platform rocker I--Rocker and matching chair I--45,000 BTU gas heating stove 1--Roll-a-way bed 4--Bed springs, never used. Lot of dishes, tools and many other itemi too numerous to mention. This is nice furniture, not junk. TERMS. CASH OPEN FOR INSPECTION WED., 9:00 A.M. OWNERS -- MRS AND ARTHUR CASSAT T- AUCTIONEERS--MIKE HUMMEL, HAYS MILLER, H;« For information Phone Springdole 904 I

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