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'PAG? EIGHT BLrfHEVILLE., (ARK.)' COUKIER Lions' Club Meels Clothiers; Grocers Take On • Builders Tonight By S. P. FRIEND Second division clubs In the Commercial Softball League begin their "crucial" series, tonight at Haley Field. Lions Club, yet to 'break Into the win column nfler five successive defeats, faces another barrier In Bob Grimes' rejuvenated H. D, Hughes Clothiers. They clash In the first gome of the double header starting nt 8 p. m. Another winless team — East Arkansas , Builders Supply — nnd J ^IcMullin's Cash Croccrs, who have been unable to crush Into the black column after an overwhelming 16-1 victory in the opening game, nre slated In the second contest. r.lons Slnrl Ij(c Off to a Inte .slart, the Lions have not been able to whip their team Into a coordinating machine. One week their good pitching, and the hitting nnd fielding are not quite up to snuff. When they have their batting orbs on and arc defensively strong, the mound work collapses. The team has pow- Baseball Results Southern League Memphis 11, Knoxvlllc 1. Ltttlc nock 8, Atlanta 4. Night games: i Nashville 10, New Oilcans 2, Birmingham 0, "Chattanooga 5, American League Washington 1, Cleveland 4. Detroit 10, New York 0. Uoston C. St. Louis 2. Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2 Innings), (14 National league Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 4. St. Louis 4, New York 2. Chicago 4, Brooklyn 0. Itoto.i 3, Cincinnati 2. Northeast Arkansas Login: Osccota 0, New|joit 0. West Plains 9. Pamgould 8. Joncsboro 5, Batcsvllte 3 might game). , Two Wrestlers Will" Put On Gloves; Others to "Fight" Without T.m By i. V. FRIEND ? OX| »I5 "'"I wrestling will share I alike on Promoter Mike Me: raiey's American Legion wpckly athletic program, Monday night er and wonderful possibilities. When they become properly adjusted they are due to make plenty of trouble. "Former Lion , .. „-. - • • piesldcnl, James H. Bell, In charge, ' "° 1Iul owm ""' bowl of the team. Is handicapped be-! , ,, ( , ' MoWcy. Amnrlllo, cause of his professional duties' !? pul ^ thc scnlcs to m Pounds, and has not been able to i>lve the i , ," 1!lka llls second appearance b ""-'of the current mat sen.son, meet- ng "Wild Bill" Rusli, the N.ish- vllle, Tenn, Bull of the Woods. Newport Falls, 6-0, Before Osceola, Jo ii c s b o r o, West Plains Win Osceola shut out ihe league lending Newport club of the Northeast Arkansas league nt Osccola yesterday by a score of 0 to 0 behind the masterful pitching of Blnghnin. Jonesboro beat iialesvlllc, 5 lo 3, nt Jonesboro, West Pla'jis trimmed Paragould, 0 to 8, at West Plains, In u harj fought 12-hnling game. Wasps store up food for their Today's Games Southern League Memphis at. Khoxvllle. Nashville at New Orleans ' Chattanooga at Birmingham Little nock at Atlanta. National Ix-ajue Philadelphia at New' York Boston at Brooklyn. Only games. FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1936 American League Detroit at Cleveland. St. LOII..S at Chicago. Only games. Northeast Arkansas League Batcsville at Jonesboro. Newport, at Oscebla. Paragould al West Plains unborn young—young never live to set. that The custom of wearing oran»c blossoms at weddings is thought to have originated with fnc Moors, Orange blossoms to those people they | were symbols of chastity nnd fecundity. necessary time. -Bob Grimes' present team has conclusively ; proven that his preseason boast "that we won't finish- in the cellar" was no idle boost. They have won tjut one of their four games but have been cx- U-emcly troublesome In all their games. John Holland, Famous star, completely handcuffed the hitters last week, in turning in a 0,-1 victory. They made only one error in the field nnd made a fight of It all the way." •" I.nck Power at Plate ,; Lack of ••power has handicapped •both principals In the nightcap. East Arkansas Builders have gotten fair to mlddlin' pitching from Clarence Webb -and; Aubrey Burres but have not been nblo to score mnny nins. They are club- bing'nt only a .217 clip. Reese Moore, Harold Wright, and Pat Chltmon are about the only Lumberjacks who have held up their end of the hitting game, Chitmon 1ms been a sensation. •' McMullin is stilt" hounded by the one run Jinx. Three of'their four losses have been by a sin- •• — ••, —«. elf lally margin. They had Ark- " lnt " " D didn't tear Jlmmle Mo benlen unit] (he final Imlt of | "[!? tl ., lle .wouldn't lake n cent. the seventh, .when some daring' base running by Charley Brogdon nnd Manager Harmon Taylor tinned the defeat Into victory.' E. Eubanks hurled Well enough to riioy are down for a ninety - ute time limit, two best falls out of three grappling match. Tommle Tnssos, Chicago, and Barney Lobbey, Niagara Falls, N. Y., mlddlewelghts, who "fought" through their wrestling match, Monday night, will put on the gloves, and do their stuff over the ten round route. Moblcy Makes Hit Since Mobley and Roy Welch wrestled lo a drn\v several weeks HBO the fans have been clamoring for n return match between thc two, and were especially insistent. that the Texan be brought back nsaliisl some capable opponent, The matchmaker, 'as announced from the ring, made au attempt lo rematch him with the Canadian Wildcat, but because of n previous promise he was unable to get Roy, this week. Rush lost to ."Schoolboy" Knox via the foul method and, of -course raised quite a howl. He demanded to pit him against Knox this week, stating win nlinost any game. Southern League W. L. Pet Atlanta 27 7" Nashville ..22 15 Little Rock 19 H New Orleans . 17 17 Chattanooga 1117 Birmingham 16 21 Memphis 12 23 Knoxrillc 11 25 But Knox is due in ', Kentucky foi his next, engagement. So the imtcli was n logical 'pairing. Former Boxers •Tassos and Lobbey are former irofessional boxers nnd broke into he nthletlc game In the padded "it game. .But when wrestling been n to gain wide popularity both deserted the ranks in favor of grunt and groan. The fans who witucsed • their "fight" are likely convinced that both are capable of hnndling . ihclr dukes. Lobbey knocked Tassos silly with right hand smashes, 16',. take the first fall. The Ohlcagoan came back nnd began to throw-punches,'hud .794 in ten minutes had Lobbey on the .595 floor. Barney forgot to duck after 1 mlnnle, fifteen seconds In the third fall. A vicious • right turned the trick. American I.rngue W. L. New York 22 H Boston 23 12 Detroit 18 14 Cleveland 1711 Chicago 14 14 Washington 17 18 Philadelphia 11 19 St, Louis ;..I,..G26 .500 .432 .343 .306 Pel ,007 .657 .563 .548 .500 .486 .367 .188 The year 1028 was thc secom largest In the hlMorv of fnrni"i financing In the United States^ National League W. L. Pet... St. Louis 19 10 .6551 New York 19 Pittsburgh' 16 13 Chicago .15 15 Cincinnati ....15 17 Boston ' ;T;-..14 16 Brooklyn , 1219 Philadelphia 12 21 .633 .552 .500 .469 .461 .387 .364 Before You Buy Any Oulljoaril - See thc NEPTUNE 2 H. r. Single Cj-I. (Other Sizes to 16 H. p.) HUBHAUD TIRE & BATTERY CO. Northeasl Arkansas League •. . W. L. Pet, Newport 9 4 M3 West Plains 8 5 616 Osceola 8 5 .616 Jonesboro S 7 395 Paragould 5 g '354 Datesville 3 10 .231 • In early times purple \vas associated with royalty, because It was thc finest and most expensive dye made .by tire ancients. Wrecker Service - Oaj OPEN ALL NIGHT PHILLIPS SERVICE CENTER Phones 177 - 810 . WELDING ELECTRIC & ACETYLENE PROMl'T SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES Barksdale Mfg. Co. Crescent Ni£ht Club DANCE.EVERY NIGHT TO THE MUSIC OF Jolinny Pay and His Orchestra Nine Pieces - - Direct Prom St. Louis * Alt lead I n g brands of Beer, .Winw, wWs. kcjs and Cor- dUU. 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Dad had that way 'about him—never ; te\ up over Ills own 44 ycara ofdisn'l- .l[ng txpe'riunce/lmt prouder of us boys -'. nhd out Family's Whiskey tlian atiy ..of his own doings. '',•,'<•: ' •. ' i i So you can understand how there ;. couldn't over anything coinc up that' would stop us. making each hatch'of The Wilkcn Family Wiuskoysiack up 'in over) 1 'particular to what Dad'and eVefyboily has' '' . of il. ' ' F.S.-PREE, neons- of °>" Wilkcn Family , Cooklritf Alburn If you'll write me al The • •Mmttti.K.F.D.No.I.Schcnicr.Pa- PINT 95c ,^ WHl £v;< SS^^'^/i Chas. M. Abbott '. '. SB gg Harry Wade S 3id A Lot 2 SE NW I, \v, Gosnell Est. .....'..., SE SW L W. aosnell Est sw SW L. W. Oosnell Est. W 04 A W',4 SE J- B- Clark N. W S E C. W. Miller N14 SE SE Amanda MiUer SW SE SB Unknown SE NW Unknown NW sw L. W. Oosnell Est. N 10 A NE NW U W. aosnell .Est. N. 10 A NW NW Walter Worsley .,,. Lot 3 sy, jlw Walter Worsley .... Lot 4 s^ NW Inrvey Worsley ,. Lot 5 S!4 NW C. H. miTis NW ME ;. H. Harris gw NE >irtis J. Little N of H E 7.5 A SE SW Southwest Joint. Stock Land Bk. W 1 A of S C A SW SW John M. Taylor .. W of I, all 'SB Levee Board Bal. E14 SW & Fil, N!4 E of L !. L. As Ruth Hale NE'NW :. L. <fc Ruth Hale ...... NW NW E. L. & Ruth Hale ,. SE N W E. L. &. nut'n Hale ....,, SW NW 'ici.ry Nipper ...... \v'i/. NE NE Thos. E. Thoinj>r,on ' ' : st Lots 4 & 5 SUr SE J. T. Johnson IAI 2 NW .1 26 26 20 27 28 28 28 15 28 15 28 35 35 35 '5 35 15 35 IS 4 15 4 15 15 1! 15 11 15 11 15 11 15 11 11 11 15 II 15 11 15 11 11 11 11 23 15 12 23 20 23 27 27 27 27 30 31 35 15 12 15 12 15 12 15 12 15 12 40 3.50 40 20 30 *P 40 10 10 ' I' 2 I. 2 >? •40 40 7.50 1 28 99.07 40 40 40 40 20 20.02 10 9,58 ,70 5.04 5.04 15.37 8.06 5.04 4.90 C.05 8.DC 1.2G 2.02 2.12 2.12 2.12 5.04 5.04 •.95 .13 1,43 14.'49 14.55 10.88 14.55 10.68 2.58 8.04 2.02 Said land will be sold for' the purpose of satisfying a decree rendered by tile Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on May 14, 193C, in the case of Sut>- Dlstilct No. 4 of Grassy Lake & Tyronza tfralnage District No. 9, Plainlilf, vs. Certnin Lands and H. L. Wray, et nl.. Defendants, aeuinst said lands for a special assessment due thereon, together with court costs, penalties, and attorney's Ices, said assessment being set opposite each tract'of land. WITNESS my hand this 19th day of May, 1936. • ADDISON SMITH, Special Commissioner. J. T. Coston. Atty. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SALE No. 01CC Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on June 4. 1936, within lawful, hours, at the South door of the Court House In Blythevilte, Arkansas, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the following lands located In Mississippi County Arkansas, Name to-wit: Pt, of Sec. S. finch tC« 86.8 Proof-(S?aernln neutral spltlls. h«nlev.Pa.-[}ivisfonol Sctwnley ProducliCi>.,Enc. Ctt>rf!i:lil.W«,JOS:S.nNCt: i CO.. INC. D BY THC W UK t N [AM I IV SPECIAL ASSESSMENT l,ANI> SALE No. 0167 Notice is hereby given that 1, the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on June 4lh., 1936. within lawful hours, nt the So Door of the Court House In Blytheville. Arkansas, sell lo the highest bidder, for cash, thc following lands located In Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: H 11 14 11 14 U n u M M n n 14 11 U II H 11 n ;i Nnme • • • Pt. of Sec. S. T. R H. L. Wray, NE SE H 12 10 H. L. Wray NW SE H 12 10 Garner & Christman E 15.42 A Lot 1 NW ...' 1 Gamer & Chrktman ... Lot 5 3E l Amanda Taylor E of R NE NE 3 Amanda Taylor .. E of R SE NE 3 Louis Lendennie NW SE 3 Mrs. Ludie M. Pierce .... SE SE 3 Ira Crawford NW NE 10 Ira Crawford SW NE 10 Damon McLccd NE SW 10 Damon McLeod SE SW 10 Southwest Joint Stock Land Bank Lot 5 NE 12 u M L W. Collins NW NE 15 14 II L. W. Collins SW NE 15 14 M L. W. Collins NE NW 15 14 11 L, W. Collins NW NW 15 H u L. W. Collins SE NW 15 14 U L. W. Collins SW NW 15 14 n W. H. & Walter Anderson SE NE 4 14 12 M.H.Robinson SW NE 4 14 12 M. H. Robinson NW SE 4 H 12 Henry Perdue 2 A In SW cor E',4 E 90 A NE R 14 12 C. A. Rogers Lot* 1 & 2 NE G 14 12 C.A.Rogers Lots 3 & 4 6 14 12 Bankers Mortgage Co. E of L.EVj 8 H 12 M. L. Neas E 62,37 A S of RR SE 34 15 10 M. L. Neas . NE NW 35 15 10 M. L. Neas SE NW 35 15 10 M. L. Neas SW NW 35 15 10 'M. L. Neas NE SW 35 15 10 M. L. Neas NW SW 35 15 10 M. 1.. Neas SE.SW 35 15 10 M. L. Neas - ,S\X»S\V.. 35 15 10 Chas. M. XMwlt V, .'.i'I'.Tii NE SB 1 15 11 Acres 40 40 15,42 32 3.M 4.29 40.83 40.84 . 40.13 40.73 41.03 41.01 32 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2 49.64 107.48 44.78 62,37 40 40 40 40 40 40 ,40 40 Wallace SE NW H. L. Wray NW SE H. L. Wray NE'SE W. B. Croney SE N W C. C, Croney SE SE W. B. Croney NE SW J. R. & P. L. Bourland NW SW W. J. Crews W14 W'.i NW W. J. Crews EVj W'Xj N.W J. E. Crews SE SE J. E. Crews sw SE J. R. Martin NE sw J. L. Martin NW SW W. P. Pains SE SW C. W. Pains •'•.' SW SW E. A. Clay .: NE NE Richard Deal NW NE E. C. Stldman .. N of D SE NE B. A. Clement -s of p NE SE W, E. Bradford SW SE Frank &' Perry Bradford .. s of D Lot 1 SW Flossie Humble N of D Lot 2 SW Flossie Rumble N of D Lot 3 SW J. T. Alford Lot 1 NE J. T. Alford '. Lot 2 NE Garner & Christ- '• man AH Ori?.! s ur . NE Garner & Christ- , man E'15.42 A Lot 1 NW Garner & Christman Lol -5 SE Amanda Taylor E of R SE.N.E Louis Lendennie .. S of R.SW NE Louis Lendennie •. NW .SE Mrs. Ludic M. Pierce SE .'SE Ira Crawford NW N.E Ira Crawford ' sw NE Damon McLeod .NE SW Damon McLeod :.: sta sw Southwest Jt. Stk Ld. Bk. Lot;5 NE U W. Collins NW-NE L. W. Collins SW NE L. W. Collins .. '.. NE NW. • L. W. Collins .1 NE NW I.. W. Collins ; SE NW L. W. Collins SW NW W. H. '&. Walter Anderson SE NE M. H. - Robinson SW" N E M. H. RobiiLsrai NW SE Henry Perdue ' 2 A In SW cor Eli E 90 'A NE l. A. Rogers .... Lots 1 & 2 NE i. A. Rogers .... Lots 3 '&, 4 NW Bankers Mortgage Co. E of L E',4 M. L. Neas R G2.37 A S Of RR SE M. L. Nens NE NW, M. L. Neas SE NW M. U Neas SW NW M. L. Neas NE SW M. L. Neas NW SW M. L. Neas SE SW M. L. Neas sw SW Chas. if. Abbott NE SE Chas M. Abbott SE SE F. A. Robinson E 2-3 EI>1. NW C. E. Blackwell E',4 NW NW C. E. Blackwell E',4 SW NW F. A. Robinson NE SW J. J. Ledbetter ... E 30 A NE NE Harry Taylor N',i N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Ernest Tny- lor S'.i N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Myrtle Bourland .... NE SE Harry Wade .... S 30 A SW NE Harry Wade S 3.50 A Lot 2 SE NW L. W. Gosnell Est SE SW L. W. Gpsnel! g\v SW L. W. aosnell Est W et A W!4 SE J. B. Clark Nw SE C. W. Miller N',i SE SE Amanda Miller S'.i SE SE S. T. R. 8 14 10 12 14 10 12 14 10 14 14 14 14 14 •14 21 21 21 21 29 29 10 10 10 10 10 10 29 29 29 29 29 29 31 ,U 31 14 31 14 31 14 31 14 31 31 31 1 1 14 11 14 11 14 11 !« ii 11 ll ii u il 12 if ii 15 14 11 16 14 11 15 .14' IS' 14 « n H 11 14 '12 14 12 14 12 u 15 15 4 P 4 4 5 s c 8 34 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 1 "1 13 13 13 13 22 23 14 12 i4 1? 14 12 14 12 15 10 15 10 15 10 15 10 10 10 10 10 Unknown Unknown 9.70 12.1^4 I 2.27 4 10 .14 4.0" 8,0f 7.9P 8.09 11.34 12.12 10.08 6.51 22.471 Sallie Adams F.1- SE NW NW SW 47 1 L. W. Gosnell Est. N 10 A NE NW L. W. Gosnell Er.t. N 10 A NW NW Walter Worsley Waller Worsley Harvey Worsley Lot 5 Sallie Adams Elliott Sallie Adams Elliott .... Sallie Adams Email .... oc , ,, w Sallie Adams Elliott Lot J SW NW Lot 3 S'-i NW Lot 4 S'.i NW S',4 NW NE NNY NW NW NW 23 24 28 26 28 26 27 28 28 28 28 28 35 35 35 15 ll 35 15 t) 35 15 11 36 15 II 36 15 11 36 15 11 36 15 11 15. 15 15 15 IS 15 15 15 15 is 15 15 15 21.91 16. 9« 16, m 16.97 16.97 .52 .21 5.88 3.65 9.70 15.82 .23 1.48 1.26 C. H. Harris C. H. Harris Orig. Sur. SW NW Curtis J. Lit- SW NE N Of U E 75 A SE SW 23 16 12 tie Southwest Joint stock John M. Tavlor . . W of L All SE Levee Board ........ Bal Levee Board ... PH. NH La» dr Bk. W 1 A ef s 6 A SW SW 23 15 12 56 15 12 26 15 12 sw ''.4 E of L .. NE NW .. NW NW .. SE N\V . SW NW .. NE NW . NW NW 'i/ ME NP 9.10Thos. E. Thomivwn' Lot'3 SE SE 9.70 Thos. E. Tlrompson Lot 4 g\y gp 9.70 Thos. E. Thompson Orig Sur SW 9.71,.Thos. E..Thompson lx>ts,-i-2-3 SW n -« r m . lAlni^m. LJ "". t-pt 2 NW E. L. & Ruth Hale E. L. & Ruth Hale E. Ii. & Ruth Hale E. U «: Ruth H a !e J. H. Ball J. H. Ball ... 26 27 27 27 27 29 29 16 15 T.. Johnson 30 31 31 15 31 IB 31 15 35 12 15 12 16 12 15 14 15 12 15 12 IS 13 Acres 33.06 40 40 ' 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 '40 40 40 40 40 40 40 37 40 36 7 38 37.80 11.99 106.44 15.42 32 :' 4.29 jl-60 "• 40. 83 40.84 4S.73 to.73 .41.03 -.41.04 32 -40 40 -40 .40. ..40 . 40 "40 -.40 40 49.64 107.48 44.78 ' 02.37 40 40 40 •' 40 40 40 40 40 40 33.33 20 20 40 30 16 16 40 30 3.50 40 40 20 JO 40 4d 1(1 10 I* 12 12 v> 40 W 38.33 1.17 40 40 7.50 1 • 2$ 24.67 73 40 40 40 40 40 40 20 2.93 S3 .09 Tax i.Vo 11.40 9.12 20.41 23.40 23.35 23.3! 31.40 31.40 31.20 31.20 31.40 31.40 31.40 31.40 30.20 30.20 30.20 28.86 31.41 26.11 5.19 28.20 21.00 4.4 10.52 l . 2.Id 4.46 6.98 '.3: 7.71 7.6J 7.7] 11. ii 11.2 3.'6 11.2 Q.4 5.? fj.i 84 0.1 6.1 1.5 9,.3 ,-..2 5.C 42.8 6.e 0.4 '.i 4. : . 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.0 6.0 8.2 3.0 3.0 20.0 2.4 2.5 2.5 3.2 21.0 3.2 3.2 • D.1 3. 3.2 2. 3.8 5. -I.E. Clark B.'Clark .'... B. Clark B..Clark Sub-Division to Blythtville Lot 1 Lot 3 Lot 4 1.92 1.92 1.92 Said land will be sold for the purpose of satisfying a decree rend- ed by the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi ounty, Arkansas, on',May 4, 1930, In the case of Sub-District No. 3 Grassy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No. 9, Plaintiff, vs. ertaln Lands and Kay Baugher, et al,, Defendants, against said nnds for a special assessment due thereon, together with court costs, *naltles, and attorney's fees, said assessment being set opposite each ract .of land. VITNESS niy hand this 19th day of May, 1936. T. Coston, Atty. ADDISON SMITH, , Special commissioner. • SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SALE No, 6165 > Notice Is hereby given that 1, the undersigned Special Com- ilssfoner, will on June 4, 1936, within lawful hours, at the South oor of the Court House in Blytheville, Arkansas, sell to the highest Idder, for cash, the following lands located In Mississippi County rkansas, to-wlt: • ame Pt. of Sec. ^. C. Rose SE SE ,. C. Rose SW SE .. C. Rose SE SW i. C. Rose sw SW 1. C. Hose NE NE C. Rose NW NE C. Rose SE NE I. C. Rose ..' SW NE .: J: Lewis . NE NW .. J. Lewis Frl NW NW .. J. Lewis SW NW ,. M. May W of R NW SW . R.. Gill Ex W 15 A N A; E of R E!i NW . R, Gill W 15 A Eli NW . R. Gill ... N & E of R \V!4 NW Chapman-Dcwey Lbr. Co NW NE H. Brinn E pt. N of B L. Wallace SE NW H. L. Wrny NE'SE I. L. Wray NW SE iV. B. Croney SE NW W. B. Croney NE SW . R. & F. L. Bourland .. NW SW Ira; Whltaker SW SW W. J. Crews W'/j W'i NW A. J. Crews EVj WVi NW E. .Crews SE SE E. Crews SW SE R. Martin NE SW L. Martin NW SW N. P. Pains SE SW C. W. Pains SW SW A. "Clay NE NE RIc'nard Beal NW NE 1. C. .Stldman .... N of D SE NE M. Metz .... N Of D Lot 4 NW B. A; Clement s of D NE SE ff. E, Bradford SW SE Frank &' Perry Bradford ......... S of D Lot 1 SW Flossie Humble .. N of D lot 2 SW Flossie Humble N of D lot 3 SW M. Metz S'/j Lot 3 NW •arner & Christ- mqn .' ... All Orlg. Sur. NE Garner ,fe Cliristman ... Lot 5 SE Amanda Taylor E of R NE NE Amanda Taylor ... E of H SE NE Louis Lendennie .. S of R SW NE Louis Lendennie NW 3E ,Irs. L'udlc'M. Pierce SE 3E E. E. Stevens .... W of R NW NE :ra Crawford .! NW NE :ra Crawford SW NE Damon -McLeod i NE SW Damon McLeod ' SE SW Southwest Jt. Stk. Ld. Bk. Lot p NE J.'WJ Collins Ny? NE ^ W, ,Cpl|Ins SW NE '2' W. Collins,......:....'. NE NW i,.' ,^f. 'Collins '• : ........... NifY fJW "j. .\y., Collins SE NW v-W.; Collins '... SW NW W. -ft.- '&N.Waller Anderson SE NE M. .H.rRpbliison SW NE M--; H.-. -''Robinson : N W SE ffthry'.peimie 2 A In SW cor ; .E>(. E- ; 90 A NE .........'......;'. J'.-'A: Rogers ..... Lots 1 & 2 NE 3.'A> Rogers .... Lots 3 & 4 NW Bakers Mortgage Co. E of L EV4 Unknown" r -. Frl NE KW, Unknown'';.:.;.:.:.... Prl SE SW M: L.'- Neas E G2.37 A S of RR SE M. U Neas NE NW VI. L. Niks NW NW if. L. N'eas' :.: .'. SE Nvy M: L- Neas .-. ..:.... SW NW MJ L Neas NE SW M! L! Neas- NW SW JW:"ii Neas'.. 1 SE 3W 7" Neas-;...:..... sw sw Chas. M.'Abbott ME SE Chas. M. Abbott ... ;..'SE SE F. A. Robinson .. E 2-3 E'.j NW C. E. Blackwell E',4 NW NW C. E. Blackwell Eli SW NW F. A. Robinson NE SW J. J. Ledbetter .. E 30 A NE NE Harry Taylor N!i N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Ernest Taylor ...... S',4 N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Myrtle Bourland NE NE Harry Wade .... S 30 A SW NE Horrj- Wade S 3.50 A Lot 2 SE NW L. W. Gosnell Est SE SW U W. Gosnell Est sw SW !•. W. Gosnell Est, W 64 A W'.i SE J. B. Clark NW SE O. W. Miller N'i SE SE Amanda Miller ;. S'.i SE SE Unknown SE NW Unknown NW SW L. W. Gosnell Est. N 10 A NE NW L. W. Gosnell Est. N 10 A NW NW Walter Worsley — Lot 3 S',4 NW Walter Wonsley — Lot 4 s',6 NW Harvey Worsley .. Lot 5 SVi NW Sallie Adams Elliott .'....... Orig. Sur. SW NW C. 11. Harris NW NE C. H. Harris SW NE Curtis J. Lit•i He .... N of R E 7.5 A SE SW Southwest Jt. Sfk. W. Bk. W 1 A. of S 6 A SW SW John M. Taylor W of I All SE Levee Board Bnl, Eli SW <t Frl N« E of L E. L. & Ruth Hale NE NW IE. L. & Ruth Hale NW NW •J?-E. L. & Ruth Hale SE NW ;-;"E. L. & Riilh Hale '.....'. SW NW J - la J. H. Ball NE NW J. H. Ball NW NW Henry Nipper WV4 NE NE Thos. E. Thompson Est, Orlg. Sur. SW Biiron & Lilly C. L. Howard S. 14 14 14 14 23 23 23 23 26 26 28 27 34 34 34 35 7 8 12 12 21 21 21 21 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 9 10 10 10 10 • 12 15 15 15 15 15 15 4 4 4 5 6 1.34 19.24 19.24 18.46 .60 OS 1.73 3.94 8.38 7.30 7.30 1.30 1.30 3.20 3.20 1.60 5.10 9.10 i- Sj 1) 41.29 19. 1)4.12 51. 19 Ii88 J. t. Cotton; T. R. 14 9 14 9 14 9 14 9 Acres Tax 40 3.36 38,50 3;3G 40 3.30 40 3.30 40 3.84 40 3.84 40 3.84 40 3.84 40 2.95 17,45 1.25 42.76 2.10 13.72 3.71 39.25 1.17 15 1.18 '! 13 .52 38.02 7.82 40 1.83 33.06 .62 40 7.20 40 7.20 40 7.68 40 7.68 40 ' 7.68 40 7.68 40 8.1G 40 8.18 40 8.16 40 8.16 40 8.01 40 8.01 40 8.01 40 8.01 40 8.64 40 8.64 3li 8.64 39.14 8.19 37 8.51 40 9.12 3G 8.64 7 1.68 38 . 9.12 30.35 7.13 106.44 7.41 32 1.50 3.83 .70 4.29 .80 l.CO .29 40.83 7.20 40.84 7.20 .53 .10 40.73 7.68 40.73 7.68 41.03 7.6B 41.04 7.08 32 ! 3.74 . 40 , (i.'24 40 6.24 40 6,00 40 6.00 40 fi.OO 40 6.00 40 3.81 40 5.33 40 1.29 •2 .22 49.64 8.S5 107.48 18.51 44.78 3.CO 20.25 1.10 10.75 1.32 62.37 11.90 40 1.55 40 1.55 40 1.55 40 1.55 40 7.06 40 1.07 40 7.06 40 7.07 40 5.02 40 5.62 53.33 9.98 20 3.79 20 3.79 40 4.68 30 .1.40 16 1.50 IB 1.50 40 2.34 30 6.48 S.ftO .24 40 1.92 40 ' 1.92 64 11.00 40 6.24 20 3.36 20 3.311 40 3.84 40 5.70 1U .87 10 .87 12 1.04 12 1.01 12 1.04 1.17 .Oii 40 2.88 40 2.88 7.50 .31 1 .05 28 3.45 99.67 4.14 40 7.21 40 1.21 40 7.21 40 7.21 40 4.32 40 4.32 20 • - 1.92 31 15 12 41.29 g 85 Sab-Divlston to B'villc Lot 16 .09 17 17 34 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 1 1 13 13 13 13 22 23 23 24 26 26 i6 26 27 28 28 28 28 28 35 35 35 35 35 36 4 4 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 .14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 •10 '10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11' 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 u 11 11 11 , 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 11 11 n n 11 u n u u n n u H U 11 11 11 11 It 11 11 11 11 U 12 12 23 15 12 23 26 26 27 27 27 27 29 29 .30 Said land will be sold for the purpose of satisfying .a decree rendered by thij Chancery Court of the Chlckusawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on May 14, 1936, In the case of Grassy Lake & Tyrpnza Drahiaji; District No. 9, Plaintiff, vs. Certain Lands and R. C. Rose, et al., Defendants, against said lands for a special assessment due thereon, together with court costs, penalties, and attorney's fees, said assessment being set opposite each tract of land. WITNESS my hand.'this 19th day of May, 1930. Atty, ADDISON SMITH, " 'Special Commissioner.

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