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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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GK SOC lUTOnBViUj!). -(ARK.) COURTEK But Many Insist Race Will Really Be Won In [lie 2 Pits By JOHN i- CUTTER inlled Press Staff Correspondent i INDIANAPOLIS, May 29 iUP> — jlthough cars and drivers will •hid out 500 miles In a little less Ulan four hours over Indianapolis Wotor Speedway's bricks tomorrow, tlie 24l5i annual Memorial Day race will be won In the pits, a majority of live contestants ba)l;vp. Two factors are responsible for the rising esteem for the pits—a seriees of nnromiinllc concrete f.Hl)s aV'the inside edge of the track along the main Mrclch of the Uvo and one-half mile oval. They arc: 1. Revisions lo Ihe four turns providing maximum safety fit (jrcit?! 1 speeds lhan ever before atlemple:!. 2. Reduction of tlie gasoline allowance lo 37'4 talons for tti? grind. The improved turns eiiconrag; '.tie drivers to push their machine.! to, speeds at which Ihe powerful little motors, gulp the fuel supply. ^^ Must Walch Gasoline Awhile Ihe drivers concentrate every faculty on keeping the pace trr the fastest company In I'hc ;world. It will be Hie job of the pit hurallcrs lo hold them within lining, they are sure will conserve jJrtough gasoline for t'nc closing J7«.'i toward the finish line. ' As result of the new fuel restrictions, five gallons less than Vas permitted for the 1035 race, ijrjlnlon among Ihe drivers Is dl- .vldcd almost equally ns to whether this year's event will produce a new Jejprd for Hie 500 miles. . Kelly Petlllo, smiling little Italian-American who took his driving lessons piloting triickloads of |Kr- |isliab!e fruit across Rocky Mountain iwsse.5. set n record of 106865 fnlles an hour In winning last year's race. ""Cocksure, young drivers whose creed Is "push your foot to liie door •and go" are confident [hey can beat 'thjit mark. [ 'Older heads, especially those mechanical engineers who build their 'own machines nnd iiavc a greater 'fespecl for the fuel limitations, arc ,not so sure. "-In keeping; with Ihe greater im- 'ptirtaiice of the pit management, ,tl\e, 1936 race sees the return of •one of fhe outstanding drivers of ^.wo decades ago—Ralph DsPalma, Retired now to engineering. He Brings a newcomer, Henry Banks •24, .Royal oak, Midi. < _' -Harry "Cotton" Homing, prob- ,ably ; lhe most publicized of the .mechanics, will supervise Ihe pits 'of-thres of the pre-race favorites tlfe entrants of Miks Boyle, Chicago sportsman. . . 1 "The cars Hennlng will direct will 'me driven by Bill Cummings, It|- oianapolis, winner of the 1934 race, and Al Miller and Chat Miller,-both ranked wilh the most (Consistent of conservative pilots < • Harry Hartz, las Angeles auto- imotive genius whose hick In the ^Speedway race 'nas won him the .designation as "the greatest ECC- .ond money winner of ail time", jwill guide Ted Horn, Los Angeles ! .another newcomer. , Petiilo. who assembled the win- -ning car for 1935 with an assortment of parts, has withdrawn from .activt corapsUtion but will coach ilrom tha sideline While George [••Doc" McKenaie, Eddington p a ,dc/es the driving. . Regardless of gasoline llmita- •i™ s ar| d the ..more conservative weas of the pit managers, a speed ,ov,er 100 miles an hour probably |W411 be necessary to win the race , -J >etcr DePaolo, the winner in J9Za, ft as the nrst to finish fhe 500 miles in less thah five hours. Spee.is Utopped down after that that until 1930, when Billy Arnold, a heavy- footed youngster, grabbed thc tvmmpions-.iip at 100.44 milts an jiour. i The following year Lou Schnei- der won with only 0662 average. Split seconds separated the winning speeds during the next Hires years. Fred Frame won In 1932 \vith J04.14. Louis Mtyer copped thc| crown tils next year, his second, with 104.16. CuimntiiBS averaged 104.86 to win in 1934. The slowe-st speed to win the race was 74.59. mode by R.iy Harroun. Indianapolis, (n a Maiuion in 1911. the first running. The starting field tomorrow will' consist of 33 cars, the fastest of a field of 50 original entrants. T-i qualify for Hie race, Ihe cars hail to make 25 mites—10 laps ol t'.ie two and one-half mile track—at on average of 100 miles an'liaur or better using not more limn and one-half gallons of fuel. two .Southern Atlanln Nashville xLHtlc Rock xliinuingham ChattBiioosa Neiv Orleans Memphis Knoxvllle x—night game. W. 32 21 21 '21 18 IS 15 12 Ii. Pel 8 .800 .014 W. 21 iVaConal St. Louis Now York 21 Pittsburgh 1U Chicago 18 Uoston 19 Clncihiinll is Brooklyn 15 Philadelphia 15 Amerlc-.in New York Boslon Cleveland Detroit. W. L. 28 12 25 16 21 11 22 Chicago ............. 19 Washington Philadelphia St. Louis .488 Al-\ .4G2 .'JS1 .270 Pet. .ota .032 .514 .500 .481 .474 .3« .375 ret .700 (111) .553 .550 .MB .512 .237 .231 Nortbc.ist Arkansas I.eapiir West plains . xNcwiwrt .... Osceoln Paragon Id W. I,. 12 7 11 7 11 8 9 10 xJoncsboro 7 i; Batesvillc 0 13 Pet. .032 .011 .570 .474 .389 .316 Baseball Results Southern league Memplils 3, New Orleans 2. Nashville 12, Kno.vvWe 2. Birmingham 3, Little Rock 2. Only games. National I.CTRUC Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 2 Boston 4-5.- New York 3-4. Chicago II, Cincinnati 5. Brooklyn 13, Philadelphia 10. American League Philadelphia 4-0, Washington 3-5 (1st game 10 ..Innings.) Chicago 6, Detroit 5. New York 10, Boston 0. Cleveland o, St. Louis 5. Norlheasl Arkansas League Osceola 6, West Plains 4. Paragoultl 5, Uatcsville 1. Newport at Jonesboro, niahl game. Today's Games "Southern League- New Orleans at Memphis <n>iil game). Birmingham at Little Rock. Nashville at Knoxvllle. Atlanta nt Chattanooga. National Lfasiie Cincinnati at Chicago. Pittsburgh at St. Louts. Boston at No* York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. American League Chicago at Detroit. Only game. XorlhMsl Arkansas I.r.ijtic West Plains at Osceola Parngould at Batesville . Newport at Jonesboro, Third Place In Soft Loop nl Slake; Grocers Mcel Clolhicrs n>- j. i 1 . ritii:\n . Third and /iflli placM In (lie Commercial Softball 1/,-ague standing will be at slake tonight in tlie double header at Haley field. McMulIln's Cash Cirar?ls anJ II. H. Hughes' ciotWiTs, winners last week with East Arkansas and Lion". Club, respectively, nix) .sepnralnl by only one half (jniiu, are slated for action in the llr.st game. Ark-Mo Power, beaten by Joe Applebaum's Famous Store Bombers In Iheir last upi>«iiiii>i.'0, mid I'n.s- tliuc Billiard Parlor, coiiiiucrors of Robinson Drug Monday nlglil. and who arc deadlocked for lliltd p->- slllon, will wind up t'ne first sec- lion of the schfdiitc In (ha ul<ht- cap. Thc Grocers nnd Clothiers liabe been playing In hnr.l luek all year. Three games In a row were dropped by 15ic McMHllIn awc-sullou by a one-run margin before they recovered ihdr baiting eye and pounded out u 10-5 verdict over the Builders. Their oilier win was scored over the Lions Club, lO-'l. Famous Store. Pastime, Robinson, nnd Ark-Mo Power- hold ivlns over them,- the last three by a single marker.. Manager. Hob Grimes' flashy crew, after threatening for two games, broke out against Pastime, burying the cue iirtists under ftn II-lilt barrage and winning cas- ily, 11-2. In ,"Tulfy" Rushing and Eddle Reginald the clothiers boast one of the leading keystone coai blnatlons. Talimidgc iruey. south- Paw, and Charles Kcmllg, rl»hl- liamlcr. are the probable nionml choices. With Ihe lanky Dan Wa hurling in hi., 0 | d fori|)i P , ls ti me was especially impressive In the C-2 trimming handed Robinson Drug Monday night. The pame snapped Hie Cowboy winning streak mid temporarily threw them out of a tie with p.imous store for to. league lead. Malinger WiJlou»hby Hcinphlll (Tiny) Glover's three lilts In as many trips, Including a mWi ty home run, proved the undoitv of Verne Rimer, and hurled t'iu Pastime piiot into (},,, c | re ,, u b!lt . ting leiui with an average ol 611 Tommy Warrlni-ion. yun»est member of the Warrlnglon athletes, will oppose his bis brothel on Hie hill for ,\rk-llo Pm ,,^,. M ..,,_ wer Harmon Taylor said this morning. A southpaw. Tommy done quite n yi of chunking at school but will be making his bow lulo league competition. A special bleacher section ha.s been set aside for Ihc negroes Their admittance gate will be on tnc west side of the school build- Ing. nrst game will start, at 8 p.m. n, 1 II l " S "° *•'""• VVhlch tllc anclenls believed to be the seat of terness nmi bad Umper. Tlii* be-lief led to selection of Wic dove as the emblem of peace. Before Von liny Any Oullioaril - Sec Hie NEPTUNE 2 n. i: Single Cyl. (Other Sizes to 10 H. P.) HUBHARD TIKE & HATTBKY CO. REPAIRING Complete Une ot k HUBRARD TIRK * BATienY CO. Memphis Champs Will P) ay Local Soft Ball coca Cola Bottlers, Commercial Appeal Softball champions |, Memphis nnd one of the teams In the south, will n] nv i finmnc nrtM> in« i * ' Softball two games with teams Hlytlicvllle Commercial League. President Kred s. Snllba ins announced. Decision wns reached In a conference of league directors and Karly Maxwell. Commercial promotion director, who Ihc interest of tlie Scan Derby. Tlie games probably will played Friday, June 12, unde. Chns. M. Abbott SE SE Harry Wade B 3.00 A Lot 2 SE NW' I Jj. W, aosnsll ESt SK SW I. W. OaiiieJI Esl. . .• 'sw SW L. W. Closncll Est. W 04 A W',4 SE J. H. Clark N W SK C. W. Miller N (4 SE 1 fiE Amanda Miller si-i SB BK Unknown " fjp; fjw Unknown fjW SW L. W. Gfl.snell.Est, N 10 A NE NW L. W. Gosnel! Ell. N 10 A NW NW '" ' Lot 3 SW NW Lot 4 S'/j NW Lot 5 S',t NW NW NB SW NF. FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1936 Ap- ly in Box be arcs at Haley Field. Tentative plans call for a. triple header, featuring two of the leading; teams the loop standing, and two of Ihc best girl's teams. Craig Reported Resting Well After Operation O'Neil Craig, who underwent an operation nt Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, yesterday for the removal of a cartilage from an injured knee, was reported resting well late yesterday, m a telegram 16 Coach Carney Lnslie here, the Ulythevllle high athlete said he was feclin<. good aflcr Ihe operation. Craig went lo Memphis lo undergo the operation in order to be In shape In time for tlie football season next fall He has been counted upon-us one or the regulars, being a veteran of two or more years cx- portcnce. Last year he was considerably handicapped by tile injured knee, which never'complete- ly rotindeiJ- into shape. FRIENDLY SHOES There are hundreds of reasons in every Friendly -"Tropic.il"- why your feet stay cool all summer. Thc perforations in every Friendly ventilated shoe in our store makes a smart summer design. Forget your feet and walk in comfort this Summer in Friendly Tropicals, You will be surprised at getting such values nt only Walter Woraley Walter Worsley . Harvey Worsley C. H. Harris .... C. H. Harris ... Curtis J. Ul" r - N of R E 7.5 A SE SW Southwest Joint, stock Bk. W 1 A of fi 8 A SW SW M. Taylor .. W of |, all SE 1 20 20 26 27 28 28 28 28 28 35 35 35 35 35 4 4 23 15 12 40 3.50 40 40 U4 4U 20 20 40 40 1(1 10 12 12 12 40 40 7.60 Levee noard Bal. Frl. N'/j B'of L. E. L. & Uutli Hale E. L. A Hum Hale . SW & 2.1 20 E. L. As Ruth Hale E. L. & Rul'n Hale Henry Nipper '..' Tlios. B. Thompson K - st Lots 4 & 5 S'4 SK J. T. Johnson i/)^ 2 NE NW . •.. NW NW SE NW .... SW NW WVi NE NE 2G 27 27 27 27 30 09.07 40 40 40 40 20 0.58 .70 5.04 5.04 15.37 S.Ofl 5.04 4.00 B.05 0.00 1.20 2.02 2,1? 2.12 2.12 5.04 5.04 .95 .13 1.43 H.49 14.55 Said land rendered by will Ihi! be sold NW for the 10.88 14.55 10. C8 2.S8 8.04 2.02 J. Ii. Clark J. B. Clark J. B. Clark J. K. Clark Sub-Division (a 111) tlievlllc Lot 1 Lot 3 Lot 4 1.92 •1.92 1.92 n-S 1 ? ' n"' ,",'" bc S ° W ""' t)le 1H " IJOSC cf satisfy!:* u decree rendered by (he Chancery Court of the Chlcknsawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas on May. 4, 193C, in the case of Sub-Dlslrlct No 3 of a assy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No. 9 PlaintliT vs Cerai Certain Lands and Ray Buugher, et al., Defendants aga In ,aW i . , •* «"" O *.i..., \,i, ui., ucicnuuiiui, UKiUllSL SEllu lamis for a special assessment to thereon, logether with court cost, penalties, anu attorney's f — —'' ~ tract of land. WITNESS my hand this J. T. Coston. Atty. each )9th day of May, 1036. ADDISON SMITH, Special Commissioner. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SALE No. 0165 hereby given that I the undersigned Special Com- cn June 4. 1936. within lawful hours nt the South hSL° ± ^""n'Ti,"' "W'"* t'toun. «11 to t hfg e bidder, for cash, tlie following lands located In Miss! ' Notice? Is missioner will A.ato-t: Name R. C. Rose H. C. Rose . R, C. Rose .. R. C. Rose 31 15 12 20.02 8.04 R. C. Rose 35 15 12 10 •><!•> R. c. Rosa -- purpose of satisfying a decree fi £ S Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of sl|Hil County. Arkansas, on May 14, I9M, In the case of Sufo- y Lake & Tyronza Drainage Dislrlct No o lands and u. L. Wray, ct u)., Defendants, ,,. . -— B special assessment due thereon, together wi h court costs, penalties, and attorney'.s fees, said assessment set opposite each tract of land. Messmeni District No. 4 of riaintlll. vs. Certain ] against said lands for WITNESS my hand this 19th day of May, 1930. ADDISON SMITH, Special Commissioner. Uoston, Ally. Notice SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SAM! No. 0100 hereby given lhat I, the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on June 4, 1930, within lawful hours a door of the Court House In BlyUievfllc. Arkansas, sell' to th 1 ; 1 !!^' or ' nsl ''. lhc Mlm '^ "»nds located in Mississippi Ft. of Sec. ... SE NW ... NW SE ... NE SE .. SE NW .... SE SE The ixot cools your feet as you walk. It come* in ill white, and in two ilylw m tan calf—one. trimmed in Cbinirognc Calf, the other in white. JIEDEL'S SI'KCIAI. ASSKSSMENT LAND SA1.K No. 6167 | Notice is hereby given lhat I, the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on June 4th., 1936. within lawful hours at the couth Door of the Court House in Blythevllle. Arkansas sell to thc "" •'"- for cash, thc following lands located to-wit: "I cotn-D Welt miself when 1 think how I used to shell out for an un- dmshitl, . , . Paying iancy prices, because I thought they wouldn't be coroloilable-lhougM they •wouldn't weai-unless I thtew the bank-roll lor a terriEc loss. "Bu Hike a lot o I o Ih era, I losl ray »tirt in the late depression. And (hot's how 1 lound HAKES. I hod lo cul down expenses, so I slarled buying HWIES for thirty-five and £Hy cenlB apiece. And I want lo soy —you never had a <w«)ler eliirl on your bacltl They're ligM. They're cool. And Hums knllslhem wilh plenty o! snap so they hug nghl up (o yout sltin as comloit- abls aa you'd wttttl. And loolc how long a HANZS Shitt is. You can luck il way down in your shorts so il won't creep up al your waist. Sure ... 1 losl my shirt. Bui I'TO gol tome sense in my head and some cents in my pocket todqyl" . . . See your HAKES dealer. P. H. Hones Knilling Company. Winslon-Salsm, H. C. SKIRTS OCC EACH Wjsom«, Wcea. SHOSTS EACH r,, , County. Arkansas, in hipli Mississippi Pt. of Sec. ... NE SE .. NW SE Name H. L. Wray ... H. L. Wray '.'.'.' Garner & Clirlstmnn E 15.42 A Lot 1 NW Garner i- Christman ... Lot 5 3E Amanda Taylor E of R NE NE Amanda Taylor .. E of R SE NE Louis Lemlennie '.. NW SE Mrs. Ludie M. pierce SE SE Ira Crawford NW NE Ira Crawford SW NE Damon McLcod NE SW Damon McLeod SB SW Southwest Joint, stock Land Bank Lot 5 NE U W. .Collins NW NE L W. Collins SW NE L. W. Collins NE NW L. W. Collins NW NW !•. W. Collins SE NW L. W. Collins SW NW W. H. & waller Anderson SE NE M. If. Robinson SW NE M. H. Robinson NW SE Henry Perdue 2 A in SW cor Eli E 90 A NE C. A. Rogers .... Lots 1 Ai 2 NE C. A. Rogers Lots 3 & 4 Bankers Mortgage Co. E of L EIS M. L. Neas E C2.37 A S of RR SB M. L. Ncas NE NW M. L. Neas SE NW M. L. Neas SW NW M. L. Neas NE SW M. L. Neas N w SW M. L. Ncas SE SW CM*, M. XWJottTiiHlVii! NE sa S. 14 H 1 1 3 3 3 S 10 10 10 1(1 12 IS IS IS 15 15 15 4 4 4' 5 6 6 8 34 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 Acres 40 •10 15.42 32 3.83 4.29 •10.83 40.84 40.73 40.73 41.03 41.04 32 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2 49.64 107.48 44.78 62.31 40 40 40 40 40 40 •10 Tax 9.10 12.14 2.27 4.70 .74 4.07 Arkansas, to-wit: Name J. L, Wallace .... II. L. Wray H. L. Wray W. n. Croney C. C. Croney W. B. Croney , _ .1. R. & P. L. Bonrland NW SW W. J. Crews W',4 W',4 NW W. J. Crews Eli W'/" NW J. R Crews g E S E J. E. Crews sw SE J. R. Martin HE SW J. L. Martin NW SW W. p. Pains SE SW C. W. Pains s\v SW E A. Clay NE NE Richard Beal NW NE E. C. Slidman ,. N of D SE NE Ii. A. Clement s of D NE SE W. E. Bradford sw SE Frank & Perry Brad- (or d S of D Lot 1 SW Flossie Rumble N of D Lot 2 SW Flossie Rumble N of D Lot 3 SW J. T. Alford lot l NE J. T. Alford Lot 2 NE Garner & Chrlst- '"••"> All Orig. Sur. NE Garner & Christman E 15.42 A Lot 1,NW Garner ,t Christman Lot 5 SE Amanda Taylor E of R SE NE Louis Lendennic .. S of R SW NE Louis Lsndcnnle NW SE Mrs. Ludie M. Pierce SE SE Ira Crawford NW NE Ira Crawford sw NE Damon McLeod NE SW Damon McLeod SE SW Southwest Jt. Stk Ld. Bk. Lot 5'NE L. W. Collins NW NE L. w. Collins sw NK L. W. Collins NE NW L. W. Collins NE NW L. W. Collins SE N\V L. W. Collins SW NW W. H. & Walter Anderson SE NE M. H. Robinson sw NE M. H. Robinson N\y SE Henry Perdue 2 A In SW cor E'.i E 90 A NE C. A. Rogers Lots 1 & 2 NE C. A. Rogers Lots 3 & 4 NW Bankers Mortgage Co. E of L El'. M. L. Nens E 62.37 A S Of RR SE M. L. Neas NE NW 3Vf. L. Neas SE NW M. L. Neas sw NW M. L. Neas N E SW M. L. Neas NW aw M. L. Neas SE 3W M. L. NCOS sw SW Chas. M. Abbott NE SE Chas M. Abbott SE SE F. A. Robinson E 2-3 Eli NW C. E. Blackweli E\= NW NW C. E. Blackweli EK SW NW F. A. Robinson NE SW J. J. Lsdbetter ... E 30 A NE NE Harry Taylor N'.i N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Ernest Tay- lor Sl-j M 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. Gosnell ' sw sw L. W- Gosnell Est w 64 A W'.t SE J. B. Clark N W SE C. W. Miller N'.i SE SE Amanda Miller S'i SE SE Unknown "sENW Unknown Nw sw L. W. Gosnell Est, N 10 A NE NW the e issippi County, 8.05 L. W. Gosnell Est. N 10 A NW NW 7.98;Walter Worsley .... Lot 3 51,, Nw Lot 4 S'.j NW . Lot 5 S''. NW Walter Worsley Harvey Worsley Snllle Adams Elliott .." " Sallle Adams Elliott Sallie Adams Elliott ., .,,. NW Saliie Adams Elliott Lot 2 SW NW N\V NW 11.34 12.12 10.08 6.51 22.471 Sallte Adams El- 2'-97 "oil Orig. Sur. SW NW 10.96 C. H. Harris NW NF 16.97 C. H. Harris 16.97 Curtis J. Llt- 16.91 Ue .... N of R E 7.5 A SE SW ..59 8.81 .52 5.83 3.65 9.70 15.82 .23 7.48 1.26 9.70 9.70 9.10 9.71 SW NE Southwest Joint Stock Land Bk. W 1 A ef s 6 A SWSW John M. Taylor — » wh w Levee Boart Lovec Board •. W of Bal 1. N'i E. K & Ruth Hale E. Jj. & Ruth Hale .. E. L. & Ruth Hale ... J. H. Ball '" El<j SW i E of L . NE NW NW NW Henry Nipper W',4 NW NW NE NE Thos. E. Thompson Loj 3 OR Thos. E. Thompson Lot 4 sw w Thos. E.'Thompson Orig Sur SW Thos, B...Thompson Lots' ' ' i, T., "" S. 8 12 12 21 21 21 21 29 29 28 29 29 29 '-23 29 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 1 1 I 14 11 . 1 1 3 3 3 3 10 10 10 10 12 15 15 15 15 15 15 4 4 4 5 6 6 8 34 35 35 35 35 35 35 35 1 1 13 13 13 13 22 23 23 24 26 28 36 20 27 28 28 28 58 28 35 35 35 35 35 36 36 36 36 36 4 4 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 l 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 IS 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 IS 15 15 15 15 15 IS 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 IS 15 15 15 15 15 11 11 U 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 II 11 11 11 11 II II 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 11 11 u n 11 n n n u 11 H H U 11 11 11 11 11 II II 11 11 11 II II II 11 11 H 11 12 12 23 15 12 23 15 12 26 15 12 26 15 12 15 15 15 26 27 27 27 27 Acres 33. OC 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 37 40 36 7 38 37.80 11.99 100.44 15.42 32 4.29 l.CO 40.83 40.B4 40.73 40.73 41.03 41.04 32 40 40 ; 40 40 40 41) 40 40 40 2 49.04 107.48 44.78 62.37 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 33.33 20 20 40 30 16 1(1 40 30 3.50 40 40 64 40 20 20 40 40 10 10 12 I?. 12 40 40 40 38.83 1.17 40 40 1.50 1 23 24.67 73 40 40 49 40 40 40 20 2.93 23.09 41.29 116.12 14 Tax 1.10 11.40 S.12 20.41 23.40 23.35 23.35 31.40 31.40 31.20 31.20 31.40 31.40 31.40 31.40 30.20 30.20 30.20 23. SG 31.41 26.11 5.19 28.20 21.00 4.43 10.52 2.16 4.48 6.98 .32 1.10 7. GO 7.70 11.10 11.25 9.00 G.20 6.40 5.32 6.16 6.16 6.16 6.16 .58 Q.33 .44 .20 5.61 42.83 6.61 6. 46 .14 4.75 .80 C.16 6.16 6.16 6.16 6. OS 6.08 8.2 3.0 3.04 20.02 2.40 2. 50 2.50 3.20 21.00 .88 3.20 3.20 9.76 3.12 3.20 2.9" 3.84 5.12 .80 1.23 1.34 1.34 1.34 19.2-1 19.24 18.45 20.20 .40 3.20 3.20 .60 03 1.73 3.94 8.38 7.30 7.30 7.30 7.30 3.20 3.20 1.60 5.10 19.10 52.86 Pt. of Sec. SE SE SW SE SE SW SW SW NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE NE NW Frl NW NW SW NW . W of R. NW SW 15 A N ft B A. J. Lewis A. J. Lewis . A. J. I/iwis . L. M. May .. J. R. Gill Ex W Of R Eli NW J. R. Gill W 15 A Eli NW J. R. Gill ... N & E Of R W'.i NW Chapman-Dcwey Lbr. Co NW NE J. H. Brinn ...... E pt. N of 11 J. I* Wallace SB NW II. L. Wray NE SE H. L. Wray NW SE W. B. Croney SE NW W. B. Croney NE SW J. R. A P. L. Bourland .. NW SW Ira Whltaker SW SW W. J. Crews w/j W!4 NW M. J. Crews Eli W'i NW J. E. Crews SE SE J. E. Crews sw SE J. R. Martin • NE SW J. L. Martin N W SW W. Pi Pains SE SW C. W. Pains SW SW E. A. Clay NE NE Richard Beal NW NE E. C. Stldman N of D SE NE J. M. Metz .... N of D Lot 4 NW B. A. Clement s ol D NE SE W. E. Bradford SW SE Prank & perry Bradford S of n Lot 1 SW Flossie Humble .. N of D Lot 2 SW Flossie Humble N of D Lot 3 SW J. M. Metz Sli Lot 3 NW Garner & Christman ' All OriV. Sur. NE Garner £ Christman ... Lot 5 SE Amanda Taylor E of R NE NE Amanda Taylor ... E of R SE NE Louts-Lendennic .. S of R SW NE Louis Lendennic NW SE Mrs. Ludie M. Pierce SE 3E E. E. Stevens .... W of R NW NE Ira Crawford NW NE Ira Crawford SW NE Damon McLeod .'. NE SW Damon McLeod SE SW Southwest Jt. Stk. Ld. Bk. Lot 5 NE L. W. Collins ..'. .'. NW NE • U W. Collins sw NE L. W. Collins NE NW L. W. Collins N\V NW L. W. Collins SE NW L. W. Collins SW NW W. H. & Walter Anderson SE NE M. H. Robinson ,. SW NE M. H. Robinson NW SE Henry Perdue 2 A in SVV cor E',G E 90 A NE C. A. Rogers Lots ] & 2 NE C. A. Rogers Lots 3 & 4 NW Bankers Mortgage Co. E of L Eli Unknown Frl NE sw Unknown p r i SE SW M. L. Neas E 62.37 A S of RR SE M. L. Neas ME NW M. L. Neas NW NW M. L. Neas SE NW M. L. Neas SW NW M. L. Neas NE SW M. L. Neas NW SW M. L. Neas SE 3W M. L. Neas g\v SW Chas. M. Abbott NF, SE Chas. M. Abbott SB SE P. A. Robinson .. E 2-3 El- 1 . NW C. E. Blackweli Eli NW NW C. E. Blackweli Eli SW NW F. A. Robinson NK SW J. J. Ledbetler .. E 30 A NE NE Harry Taylor NK, N 32 A NW NW Mrs. Ernest Tay- . Mrs. Mvrtle Bourland ...'. NE NE 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. Gosnell Est ...... SW SW U W. Gosnell Est. W 64 A W'/. SE J. B. Clark ....... N p O. W. Miller Amanda Miller Unknown Unknown . N- SE SE ...... Sli SE SE SE NW ' s\V !•- 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 Worsley Lot 4 Sli NW Harvey Worsley .. Lot s Sli NW Sallic Adams El- iio! t Orig. Sur. SW NW C H. Harris NW NE H. Harris SW NE Curtis J. Little N Of R E 7.5 A SE SW Southwest Jt. stk. Ld- Bk. W 1 A. Of S 6 A SW SW John M. Taylor W of I All SE Levee Board . ' tol. Eli SW & Frl N'/; E of L E L & Ruth Hale B L & Ruth Hale E. L & Rulh Hale .... E. L. & Ruth Hale J. H. Ball ...'..... Henry Nipper W Thos. E. Thompson Est. Orig. Sur. SW Barren & "• U Howard NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NE NW NW NW ii NE NE S. 14 14 14 14 23 23 23 23 26 26 26 27 34 34 34 35 7 8 12 12 21 21 21 21 20 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 31 I 1 3 3 3 3 3 9 10 10 10 10 12 15 15 15 15 15 15 4 4 4 Sli N 32 A.NW NW 23 24 25 26 26 25 27 28 28 28 28 28 35 35 35 35 35 36 4 4 T. 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 14 J4 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 Ifi 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 IS 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 R. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 0 9 9 0 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 n 11 n n n 11 H n n n 11 u II 11 n n 11 n 11 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 U H 11 H 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 II 11 11 II 11 11 H II 11 11 11 12 12 23 15 12 23 26 26 27 27 27 27 29 29 30 31 15 12 Lilly Acres 40 38.50 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 n.45 42.70 13.72 33,25 15 13 38.02 40 33.00 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 3Q 39.74 37 40 36 7 38 30.35 105.44 32 3.83 4.29 l.GO 40.83 40.84 .53 40.73 40.73 41.03 41.04 3i • 40 ' 40 , 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2 49.64 107.48 44.78 20.25 10.75 02.37 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 53.33 20 20 40 30 16 16 40 30 3.50 40 40 64 40 20 20 40 40 10 10 12 12 12 1.17 40 40 7.50 1 28 99.67 40 40 40 40 40 40 20 41.29 Sub-Division to B'ville Lot 16 County, Tax 3.36 3.3D 3.30 3.3S 3.84 3.84 3.84 3.84 2.95 1.25 2.10 3.71 ' 1.17 1.18 .52 7.82 7.83 .02 7.20 7.20 7.68 7.68 7.68 7.08 8. Ifi 8.16 8,16 8.10 8.01 8.01 8.01 8.01 8.64 8.61 8.64 8.19 8.5! 9.12 8.64 1.68 9.12 7.13 7.41 1.50 .70 .80 .29 1.20 7.20 .10 7.68 7.C8 7.68 7.08 . 3.74 6.24 6,24 8.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 3.81 5.33 1.29 .22 8.55 18.51 3.00 1.70 1.32 11.30 1.55 1.55 1.55 1.55 7.06 7.07 7.06 7.07 5.02 5.62 9.98 3.70 3.79 4.08 1.40 1.50 1.50 2.34 6.48 .24 1.S2 1.92 11.90 6.24 3.36 3.36 3.84 5.70 .87 .87 1.04 1.04 1.04 .06 2.88 2.88 .05 3.45 4.14 7.21 7.21 7.21 7.21 4.32 4.32 1.92 8.85 .09 Said land rendered bv \t, , . ^ ~ %-^.j ^uuiv wi inv viiivivti^un uu district Of Mississippi county, Arkansas, on May 14. 1938, in the case of Grassy LiflKG tV: TVrf\»n.\ T-W-*»I.,_~. t-\-_i.. < . i •,._ « ,.i , .. -%*n*«<ij win the be sold for thc purpose of satisfying a decree Chancery Court of Ihe Chickasawba District of i . Drahinse District No. 9, Plaintiff, vs. Certain ds onri R. c. Rose, et al., Defendants, against said lands for a and ia ' f css !™ nt due thereon, together with court costs, pcnattic, of land. >S "' SaH BSSESSmenl be" 1 ? sct °PP<*»e each tract WITNESS my hand this 19th day of May, 1936. ADDISON SMITH,

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