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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 21, 193? Giants And Rebels To Open Second Place Bailie Tonight Blyl! Seville Wins 2 to 1 Decision With Tvamback Hurling At Newport NEWPORT, Ark., May 21.— The niythcvillc dlanls defeated the Newport Cardinals >2 to 1 here yesterday and moved into second place In tlie Northeast Arkansas league a Tew hours Inter when the j Piir.igould -Rebels lost to tlie Ca- ruthersviHo Pilots, Trambnck, who has l>een confining his activities to outfield duties, hurled for the visitors and limited Newport to eight scattered hits. May pllcfied good bail for Newport, giving Blytheville only six Wow bill a pair of unearned runs accounted lor his detent. Newport scored Its lone run in the fourth when Mabry singled nnd counted on Manager Ulawj'.s single. I'he Giants scored their first run In the seventh ami their second In Hie eighth. Blytheyille AB R II i'O A Marasco, 31) 5 '} ramback, p 5 Jackson, cf .. 4 Aragon, c •! IBobo, Ib 3 Lanek, If .....4 Dvorak, ss . Wood, 2b .. l-'elliuan, If .. 3 .. 3 .. 4 11 0 1 2 1 1 1 0 Totals Newport Mills, rf Duncan, ss ... Harris, Ib .... Guyimm, If .. Mabry, cf ... Blazo, c Oldenburg, 3b Criiin, 21) 4 May, p : 4 35 2 6 27 M AH It lU'O A UY J. I 1 . FRIEND Back home after a week on the road anil in jxxsscssion of second place, the Blylhevilte Giants tackle tlie Puragoiiicl Rebels tonight and tomorrow iiftcrnoon, to decide the ) mmer-up position of the Northeast Arkansas Ixjague. Tonight's affair will start, at 8 p.m., while tlie Sahbath conflict Ls slated for 3 p.m.' By virtue of llieir 2-1 victory over the rejuvenated Newport Cardinals, while tlie liebels were IX/A-Ing to the I'llots lust night at Cu- iiithcrsvllle, the Giants hold a nine ijxjint advantage over llieir closest rivals. Tlie .standings to date: W. I, .Pel. • Blytheville 10 7 .588 ' Piirnsjmild 11 H ,MO The Ciiniils took three oi the live Bauies this week on foreign soli. They divided a pair with I'aragould, Sunday and Monday, won the only dnsli with BiilPsvllle, and biuj.p even at Newjiort. Von Almi'h. to I'HHi Manaacr llerscholl liobo announced this morning that he would use William Von Alinen, the sorrell thatched youngster from Brooklyn, tonight, and would .send either Clyde "Spot" Howl or Harry I-'cld- man to the mound tomorrow. Von Ahnen. hmlinl eiVeclively against the Rebels Monday in chalking up his (list triumph but had to have help to moke the liniil puloiil. He \va.s beaten earlier in the season by .Jonesboro, despite only torn 1 lui.s. need was rapped soundly at Fnrngould Sunday, (jiving way to Keldman in the third, after yielding five hits and as many runs. PcWinai: proceeded to stand them on their collective ears until he weakened under the terrific pace in the eighth, when I'aragonld scored tlie last tally it) the (1-3 victory. Heed, however, came back strong at llk'sville, striking out 9 In six innings. Feldinnii a;jain completed tlie In;; of President, Donald Cox. Robert Schlicclier, erstwhile Knoxville Intk'ldcr. luis supplanted Uoyce Williams us mannser and lias his youngsters on llieir loos ;ind scrapping. In Cy lilt>ek, second basetnan, they boast the loop's luxllng hit- ler. 1'ele McRancy, titanic ont- llelder, shipped out liomc runs In lib llrst three games with tlie Rebels and lends In that department. As a (earn Ui«y nre hitting aruutul .W,t, some twenty points above the Giants. The homelliuss have a-slight shade on the dcli-n- slvn. ' The Rebel leader intends to shoot lil^ ace, Cliff RobeiKon, tonight, Hid work I'nul Letnnosky, a IK:W- ,'omor, tomorrow. ltoi>crs<m has Mm lour and lost a couple so lar, I/)t- anosky has been used mostly as relief and has n record of one win ind no losses, holm In Lineup houMli still suffering from nil Inlected ankle that has handicapped him this sprlnu, Rolio will likely he in the lineup. He got Into action yesterday, driving iu the winning run wth a double. He has shitted the batting order mid has li.'id ii'.s-iills. Joe Maresco, n enleber by trade now being used at third base, has been elevated to the lead- olf ami Robert Woods, whose hitting has been quite weak, lias been dropped to eighth. Little Joe lias icsixmdcd well, clubbing right into the dimmed .300 circle. Ills fielding at third has been more than adequate. Hobo Is at first base in place of Julian Harrington, who also 1ms been having his troubles ut bat. Tlie two teams rest Monday, the game having been moved up to io- niglit in order ti» avoid dH.:'..cl with the weekly wrestling matches of the American Legion. The Cilanls open a three game scries with Caruthersville. Tuesday. Who's Best In American Lewis or Owens? job ill fashion, though Heed Totals 35 1 8 27 13 Blytheville .' 000 000 110—2 Newport 000 100 000—1 Nummary: Errors—Maresco, Dvorak,. -Durican 2, Cruni 2, Mabry. • Turns burred in—Blazo, Bobo. Two- base hiU-:Bo|]0. Three-base lift— Mabry. Stolen bases—Jackson, Aragon. Double plays—Dvorak to Woods -•toTiobo. Left on bases—Blytheville 10, Newport 9. Bases on balls—Olt May 4, off Trambnck 2. struck out —By Tramback (i. Wild pitch—May. Umpires—Huff and Lyons. Time— 1:55. Northeast Arkansas W. L. Pet. CaruthersviUe 13 5 .112 Blytheville .. 10 7 .588 Tnragoulri 11 8 .570 Batesville 0 9 .400 Jonesboro C D -.400 Newport 4 14 '.222 Southern League W. L. Pet. Little Rock 21 13 .618 Memphis 17 13 .507 Atlanta ,. .,, )D 16 Chattanooga 17 14 •New Orleans 17 18 Nashville 15 17 Birmingham 14 13 Knoxville 10 so .543 .548 A&T .409 .424 .333 was credited with the win, his second of tlie year us compared to ! three defeats. Peldman lias appeared in six o( the local's seventeen games, lie won a game at Carutli- .•rsvlllc In a relief role, captured [its next two starts which he flushed, anil has gone to the rescue three times more. His record Is 3 wins nnd no losses, lielng lopped only by Carnthersvllle's curve hall artist, Wilson Koevving, who has four marked u;' on the winuln^ side of tlie ledger. New Faces The Rebels will present an almost entirely new lineup for last yenr's Ingles; outfit that dropped 18 of 21 games to the oinnlji and virtually put them in the. NEA championship. Only live—Stanley Clamp, third baseman; John Martin, catcher and former Giant; Jimmy'Walker, first liasriiuin, and Pllchers dlilf Roberson and Donald Thomas—survived Hie house clemi- Whittle Bowls Perfect Score In League Match Holt l^tincral Home was hard put to eke out a 13 point victory over Hudson Tailor shop while John's confectionery won handily from Arkansas-Missouri power corjioi'.i- tion In Gil}' Uott'liiij? league watches .at Stulhmy's Playhouse last night. Lagrone Whittle of John's uowled a perfect eiune, the first iu league play and Whittle's second within a year. Parker And Chaney On Mat Card National League W. L. Pet New York ; 19 •) .735 Chicago '. 17 12 .585 Boston 12 11 .522 Cincinnati 14 14 Pittsburgh 1313 St. Louis 12 13 Brooklyn 12 18 'Philadelphia G,n American I.tajue W. L. Pot. Cleveland 19 D .G79 Boston 17 D .G54 New York 15 9 .C2S Washington 11 14 .548 Chicago -... 9 11 Detroit 11 15 Philadelphia 817 St. Louis 7 19 Yesterday's Results Northeast Arkansas League BIythevilte 2, Newport ]. Caruthersville 0, Paragould 8. Jonesboro 9, Batesville 5. Lou Chaney and Big Jim Pnrker are slated to tie up in the feature bout of Monday night's wrestling show at the Legion arena. Moth appeared on the card here Insl week, Parker winning a hotly contested bout with Najeeb Rnuhun nnd Chaney bclnjj nosed out by Eddie M alone. I Chnncy is one of tills circuit's most seasoned performers, with 500 1 years of grappling behind him. .500 1 T* 16 Indiana duck farmer, however, .480 1 's still able to go with any of the .400 youngsters nnd Parker will be no .261 ', certainly to win even if lie Is successful In getting his destructive dead buster" hold on Chancy. Ching Lee. the Chinese rougher, is down for a one hour time limit match with Najeeb Rnbban the Kurdish strong man in the otliei bout on the card. Lee has appeared here several times and upon each appearance has become rougher and rougher, threatening to usurp the title held by Ctinrlt's Sinkey. .450 .423 .320 .261) Southern League Memphis 3. Chattanooga 0. Little Rock 3, Atlanta 1. Knoxville at New Orleans. Nashville 9, Birmingham 4. National League Cincinnati 4. New York 0. Brooklyn 7. Pittsburgh 5. Chicago 16, Philadelphia 7. St. Louis at Boston, rain. Cowbird Defeats Homing Pigeons In 55-Mile Race WAUKEC1AN, III., May 21. — A humble cowbird beat three liovlng pigeons uL (heir own game Thursday, Hying to (he finish line in a 55-mile inalch race from Chicago's Municipal Airport a half hour ahead of his vaunted rivals. The winner's time was -15 minutes. The lest, resulted from a Rood- uatnred argument between William R. Lyon, owner of a (lock of cowbirds and president, of the Inland Bird linntlhig Association, and George Morris, who lakes great prite In his stable of pigeons. Tehama county, California, turkey fanners lire using trained dogs to lien! their flocks. NEW YORK (UP)—You can start a kwi) argument these days Int:, "Who's, the best llilrd hnsc-man In the American League?" There are two schools of thought on thi.s (jiiery—the Red Rolfe backers nnd Hie Buddy Lewis boosters. And then there's a third minority p:irty which fnwi-s Marvin Owcti of the White Sox. The battle among this trio lor the jo!) of playing third base lor the American League elub In tin; all-stiii' ijiimc tins year proml.vd to be one of tlie closest for liny place on the tenin. Lnst, year Id-d Rolfft of Ihe Yanks got the heith and did an admirable job. lint Rolfe is (joints lo have to hustle to keep Lewis from unroot Ing him this season. Lewis is one 01 the real linds of baseball, lie cost the Washington Senators exactly $21, his train fare from Gus- lunla, N. C. In his first year he hit .394 and last Wilson he climbed to .314. His third year finds him one of the toughest hitters in tlie league. H outliil Rolfe by 38 points lust year, drove In 79 runs to Red's 53, nnd hud a slight cxira biise nclvanlaiv Lewis hit 32 doubles, 0 triples and 10 homers lo Rolfe's 34 doubl 10 triples and 4 homers. In fielding averages Rolfe had the edge, .!)U2 to U-wis' .938. One of 1-We's biggest boosters is toimie Mack. He says, "I thouylit Rolfe wns tlie most Improved player In the league last year and I believe he'll be the league's best. third baseman tills year." or course, Joe McCarthy swears by Rolfe. Hut In Washington Clark Orif- 1th and Ducky Harris laugh ut all :lnlniK for Folfe. Tliey feel deeply the fact that McCarthy slde-trnck- ed Lewis for Rolfe last year mid lire all-end you record (lint such a tiling can't happen again this year. Owen has a big booster in Jimmy Dykes, once a third baseman liim'- self. He says that Owen is'by far Ihe greatest hot corner man in the league. I didn't realize Owen was , us valuable a mnn as he Is until he joined Ihe White Sox," says Dykes. "Even If I'd only got Owen in exchange for Dixie Walker and Vernon Kennedy I'd feel 1 made a Rood denl." But Owen stems lo have seen his be.sl days, while Lewis is constantly improving. He is a more able batsman than Owen, nnd is younger nnd fnster. Much oi Washington's early success may be attributed to the fine work of those two youngsters. Lewis and Travis, on Hie left .side of Ihe Senators' infield. Much as McCarthy likes Rolfe he's going to have a hard lime side-tracking Lewis for Rolfe 01 anybody else when the time comes to pick the American league's all- star third unsemnn. Office Honor To Woman NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (UP) — Miss Katherine E. O'Connor is tlie only woman register of deeds in Massachusetts, She was named iictlnt; register until n successor to tlip lale Charles II. C'hii« Is elected. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THR CHUCK ABA WHA UtSTKICT GI' MIBSIKHIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Home Owners loan Corpora lion, Phiintilf, vs. No. C081 ,). Nick Thomas, administrator oi the estate of Nellie Mcllenry, deceased, A. C. McHenry, Oily Mclfr-nry, P,nrl Mcllenry nml Ijorenc Mcllenry Truc-x, Defendants. WARNING ORDER l;orcne Mcllenry Truex is warned to appear in this Court within thirty diiys and answer tlie complaint of the plaintiff. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of slid Court and the ,*;enl thereof this May 20, I938. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. (Keal) 21-28-1-11 filiane & Fendler, Solicitors A. Ciinnlnfiliain, atty-nd-litem. the same shall become a part of I SUB-DISTRICT NO. 3 OF ORASSY LAKE & TYRONZA DRAINAGE the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, to-wit: Section i. livery citizen of Ihe United Hlates of tlie ate of Twenty one years, who luis resided In the Slate twelve muiuhs, )u the the NOTIC'K OI- FlMNfi APJ'MCA- TION I'Olt I.IQIIOH 1'KKMIT No!ice Is hereby given (hat undersigned has filed with Commissioner of Revenue of State of Arkansas implication for penult to sell and disiK'iiso vinous spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as Crosslown Whiskey Shop, Bly- llieville, Ark. Appllcallon is for permit to be. issued for operaUon beginning on tlie first day of July. 1938 and to expire on the SOth day of June, 1939 as prescribed by Bulletin dated January 7, 1938 and Supplemental Regulation No. 19 effective July 10, 1937. CHOSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP 21 Applicant. County six months, and In the precinct, town or ward one month, next proceeding any election ai which they may propcxse to vote, ;»»l wlio slirtll register In the county not less than six months next prececdlm; .such election, and "gain In the township, precinct or ward not less than thirty days, next nrcccedlne such election, If .such citizen changes residence fol lowing the last registration, or who may have become of aye nf- ter the lime (or registration, shall be allowed to vole tit any election hold in the State of Arkansas, but Ihe General Assembly shall have Ihe power to puss a per capita lax not lo exceed one dollar for the benefit of public schools and to mrcgimrd this constitutional amendment, but In no even! shall it abridge Ihe right of suffrage In thli State which shall extend equally upon men and women without regard to rex and that women shun not lie compelled to serve on juries. ' Section 2. The Legislature shall by lnw provide a Just system of registration for all voters in this .state and Hie Assessor shall be Ex-Officlo Registrar. DISTRICT NO. 9, Plaintiff, vs. CERTAIN LANDS and WILL TE;NART, RT AL, Defendants. DRAINAGE NOTICB ' All persons having or claiming an Interest in any of the following Section 3. Tins amendment, sh.ill not be declared to have been the adopted by the Speaker of tlie louse nnloss a majority of all hose voting nt Hie election vote or same. Witness my Imml and Real this 1st day of April, 1938. C. G. Hall. Secretary of State. ritOI'OKKI) C'ONSTITimONAl, AMENDMENT NO. 20 Proposed by the Genera! Assembly and filed in tlie olfice of the Secretary of State on Mmiary Dili, 1937. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVE! AND SENATE OP THE STATE Ol' 1 ARKANSAS, A MAJORITY OP ALL THE MEMBERS ELECTED TO EACH HOUSE AGREEING THERETO: That the fallowing is hereby ,iropo.sccl as an amendment to the. Constitution of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submit tec the electors of the State foi approval or rejection at the next enernl election for Representatives ind Senators, if a majority of the 'lectors voting thercou, at such at election, adopt such amendment THE DELUXE GARDEN STEAMER TnJt ol ll,c MON. MAY THE EASTERN STAR Wihcn Chipltr 432 ctirtlitillr invites yttti to it* MOON LIGHT EXCURSION Lv. Sin Souci tending... .9:00 pm r .1!! Tlotets 75o ui for it jolly good lin reit ef mj liie MISSISSIPPI SKUEKAOKKS i'tron't Fjniout twiz described lands, are hereby notified that suit Is pending In the Chancery Court of the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enlorce the collection of certain drainage taxes due Sub-District No. 3 oi Grassy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No. 9 on the subjoined list of lands, each supiwsccl owner having been set opposite Ills or her or its lands, together with Ihe amounts severally due from each, lo-wil: Name I'art of See. S. T. It. Acres Tax ' Rivers GUI, NE'i SEVi 26-14- 0 30.97 $13.95 Rivers Gill, NVj SE'.i SE',1 20-14- 0 18.49 C.79 Rivers Gill, fi\' s SEV,' SEVi 26-14- 9 18.49 6.79 H. G. Gill, Lots 4-14-10 42.25 13.52, Unknown, S .V. E of RR SEVi NW« 8-14-10 G 1.70 ' Will Tenart, SEVi SE'i 9-14-10 40 1600 Florida Real Estate & I/Mil Co. EV, 17-14-20 320 150.00 C. C. C'roney, SK'.i SEVi 21-14-10 40 2340 J. R. Martin, NE", SWM 29-14-10 40 31.40 , J. M. Met/, S',{. J-ot 3 NW 1 /. 31-14-10 30.35 23.03 j J. M. Met/, N of D IxU 4 NW 1 /, 31-14-10 3974 300" E. C. Stidimui, N of 1} SE!', NE 1 /, 31-14-10 36 3'0;< 1). R. Morgan, W of RD NEVI NEVi 33-14-10 35 2CW .U. R. Morgan, W of R & N of D . SEVi NE'i 33-14-10 33 24.92 J. E. Walker, S of D NWVi SE'i 33-14-10 38 2812 Ira Crawford, NW 1 /, NE!! 1 10-14-11 40.73 7.70 Ira Crawford, SWVi NEVi 10-14-11 40.73 11.10 , I). Gamut, Wii NEVi NWVi' 10-14-11 20.36 4.00 D. Gamut, W'.i SE'/i NW'i 10-14-11 20.35 B.70 : Tom Lovelady, N 1 ,'- NWVi SW'i 12-14-11 20 3.70 : L. W. Collins, NWV, 15-14-11 100 24,64 ' L. W. Collins, NW'/, NE'/, . 15-14-11 40 0.40 . L. W, Collins, SW'/i NEVS 15-14-11 40 5.92 W H & Waller Anderson SE'i NE 1 /, 4-i4-i2 40 .55 • M, II. Robinson, NW'.i SE", 4-14-12 40 .44 M. II. Robinson, W!i NE'! SWfl .4-14-12 20 7,67 Henry I'urdell, 2 A SW Cor E!i ; Eli 90 A NE'.i - 5-14-12 2 .20 , C. A. Rodgers, Lot 1 & 2 NE'l 6-14-12 49.64 " 5.CI j C. A. Rodgers. Lot 3 ft 4 NWVi 6-14-12 107.48 42.83 ! D. R. Garner, F, of L E'.i 8-14-12 44.78 6.61 i J. P. Smith Eslate, Frl. W pt. , '. SW/, NW!i 14-15-11 25.50 1.78 ! Florida Real Estate Loan Co. S'.i 19-15-11 334 18.11 ji J. C. Diuigan, 1 A SE Cor N'i ;* NVj SW\i 24-15-11 ' 1 .13 J. B. Clark, NWVi SE'/, 28-15-11 40 5.12 i Florida Real Hilate Loan Co., N'!> 30-15-11 342.22 53.34 I'Morida Real Estate 1-oan Co., SW'/l 30-15-11 180 21.76 Karl Green, NV-j NEVi NW 1 /, 33-15-11 20.35 3.G4 Sallle Adams Elliott, NEVi NW'i 36-15-11 40 13 Sallie Adams Elliott, NWV4 NWVi 36-15-11 40 19 Sallie Adams Elliott, SB',', NWVi 30-1S-11 40 1846 Sallie Adams Elliott, Lot 2 SWVi NW',1 36-15-11 38.83 20.20 Sallle Adams Elliott, Grig. Sur. SW'i NW'i 36-15-11 1.17 .40 Louise Chapman, NVi NEV, SE 1 ! 27-15-12 '20 2SG 1 Louise Clmpuiaii, Nil- NWVi SE'/, 27-15-12 20 2.98 j J. 13. Gillis Estate, S 3.CO A NW 1 /, NEVI 30-15-12 3.60 .40 J. 15. Gillis'Estate. SEVi NE'l 30-15-12 40 448 J. B. Gillis Eslate, SW'/, NEVi 30-15-12 40 4.48 J. T. Johnson, Lot 2 -NWVi 35-15-12 10 166 CITY OF BLYTHKVILLE J. B. Clark Subdivision 1.92 J. .B. Clark, Lot 1 WRESTLING MONDAY NIOHT. 8 O'CLOCK LON CHANEY vs. BIG JIM PARKER ? MEAD'Si American Lcajue Cleveland 6, Washington 3. Philadelphia 5, Detroit 2. 'Boston 16, St. Louis 2. New York at Chicago, rain. Today's Games Northeast Arkansas Open date. Southern league Chattanooga at Memphis. Nashville at Birmingham. National l*ea£ue Boston at St. Louis. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Chicago at Philadelphia. Cincinnati at New York. American L«jne Boston flt St. Louis. Chlcano at Mew York. VVartrtegton a'. Cleveland, at Detroit, BUY NOW AND SAVE! U. S. Offers You Three Great Tires THE ROYAJ, MASTKIl A Deluxe Premium Tire THE U. S. HOYAL Afore New Cars come equipped wllh this famous Tire than with any other kind. 3. A NEW II. S. TIRK (Guard Standard). You w have to sec this new tire to appreciate the rugged con slruction. tlie beauty, the extra mileage . . . nnd the price Li so low you will iw astonished. ALL THREE ARE BACKEI: BY THE NEW U. S. LIFE TIME GUARANTEE fwlthoill limit as to time or mileage) Ask us alwut It. Tills Is National Tire Safelj Month . . . Special prices 01 complete sets. Station Never Closes TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. SPECIAL TONIGHT ONLY Men's Dress SHIRTS Mostly Large Si/.cs. Plenty of Whites. Formerly SU>!> & $2.1)0 values Men's Dress SHOES 15 1'nir $f>.(K) S|>nrf Shoes. Small sizes only. 2-fl's, -l-R'/.'s, (i-7's, .W/z's Three Sport COATS Formerly SlS.dfl Values One size 37 lone. One size 38 IOIIR. One size 40 regular As usual the best is always at MEAD'S , 318 WEST MAIN STREET CHINGLEE vs. NAJEEB RABBAil American Legion Arena, North Second St. All persons and corporations interested In said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suit, or the same will be taken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered, directing Hie sale of said lands for the pnrixise of collectins said taxes, together with the payment o£ interest, penalty, and costs allowed by law. This 20 day of May, .1938. HARVEY MORRIS, Chancery Court Clerk. J. T. COSTON, Attorney. ' 21-58-4-11 DRAINAGE TAX .NOTICE All persons having or claiming an- interest in any of the followiujf. described lands are hereby notified that suit Is pending In the ChiwsJ, eery Court of the Chlckasawba District "of Mississippi County,' Arka'W .sas. in the cnse of Grassy Lake. & Tyronza Drainage District No. PlninllfT, -vs. Certain Lands" and Rivers'Gill-Et. Al., Defendants, lo enforce the collection of certain drainage taxes.due Grassy Lake & Tyronza Drainage District No. 9 In the yenr 1937 on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed owner having been set opixKlte his or her or. its lands, togelher with the amounts severally due from ench, to-wit: SUB-DISTRICT NO. 4 OP GRASSY AGE DISTRICT NO. 9, Plaintiff, LAKE and TYRONZA DRAIN- CERTAIN LANDS and Z. M. McGIIEE, Et Al., Defendants. DRAINAGE NOTICE All persons having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands are hereby nolifiecl that suit is pending iu the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain drainage laves due Sub-District No. 4 of Grassy Lake .fe Tyroiiza Drniiiaue District No. 9 in the year 1937 on the subjoined list of lands, each supiMXsed owner having lieen set opiiosite his or her or its lands, togtthec with the amounts severally due Irom each, to-wlt: Xaine i'.arl of Sec S. T. (t. Acres Tax Ira Crawford. NWVI NE'i 10-14-11 40.73 8.09 Irn Crawford, SW', NE'i 10-14-11 40,73 11,34 D. Oarretl, W'i NB', NW'.I 10-14-11 20.30 4.20 D. Gnrrctl, W'" SE'I NW'l 10-14-11 2U.:lf> 5.84 Tom Lovclacly, N'O NW 1 , sW'i 12-14-11 20 3.88 L. W, Collins, NW 1 ! NEV! 15-H-ll 40 22.47 L. W, Collins. SWV! NE'i 15-14-11 40 21.97 L. W. Collins, NWVI 15-14-11 1GO 67.87 W. H. & Walter Anderson, SE'I NE'i 4-14-12 40 .59 M, H. Rob'inson, NW! SE 1 ! 4-14-12 40 .52 M. II. Robinson, WVi NE 1 , SW'I 4-14-12 20 9.30 Henry Purdell. 2 A SW Cor .E'j E SO A NEVi 5-14-12 2 .21 C, A. Rodgers. Lots 1 & 2 NE'l C-14-12 49.64 5.88 C. A. Rodgers. Lots 3 & 4 NW', 6-14-12 107.48 3.05 D. R. Garner. E of I. E 1 - 8-14-12 41.78 9.70 J. 13. Clark. NWVi SE'i 28-15-11 40 8.00 I Florida Real Estate Loan Co., N 1 ; 30-15-11 342.22 5I.OS Florida Real Estate Loan Co.. SW 1 . 30-15-11 180 C4.45 I Karl Green, NH NE!i NW'i 33-15-1! 20.35 5.44 Louise Chapman. N'i NEVI SE 1 ! 21-15-12 20 4.C6 Louise Chapman, N',^ NW'i SE'I 27-15-12 20 4.66 J. B. Gillis Eslate, s 3.60 A NW'i NEV, 30-15-12 3.00 .61 J. li. Gillis Estate, SE'i NE'i 30-15-12 40 7.0G J. B. Gillis Estate. SWVi NE 1 ', 30-15-12 40 7.0C J. T. Johnson, Lot 2 NW'l 35-15-12 10 2.02 CITY OF BI.VTHKYIU.i: J. B. Ct.irk Subdivision J. n. Clark. Lot 1 2.02 Mrs. G. G. Tucker's Subdivision Mrs. o, <!. Tucker. Lot 1 .8!) Mrs. G. Ci. Tucker, Lot 3 .89 Mrs. O, O. Tucker, Jx>t 4 .89 Mrs. G. G. Tucker. Lot 5 .89 Mrs. G. G, Tucker, Lot 7 .8s) All persons and corporations interested iu sntd lands are hereby nollfied that they are required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suit, or the same will be taken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered, directing the sale of said lands for ihc purpose or collecting said taxes, together with Ihe payment of Interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. Tills 20 day of May, I93S. (Seal) ' HARVEY MORRIS, CJi.iiiccry Court Clerk. J. T. COSTON, Attorney. 21-28-4-11 Name Farl of Sec S. T, H. Acres Rivers Gill, NE'i SE", 26-14- 9 36.97 Rivers Gill. NW 1 /, SEIi 26-14- 9 40 Rivers Gill, N'.i SE", SE 1 /. 26-14- 9 18.49 Rivers Gill, S'i SE 1 ; SE 1 /, 26-14- 9 18.49 Rivers Gill. SW! SE!i 26-14- 9 40 Rivers Gill, SM NE 1 /, SE 1 /. 27-14- 9 20 Chapman Dewey Lumber Co., NWW NE 1 /, 35-14- 9 38.02 B. G. Gill. Lot 3 4-14-10 42.25 J. II. Brinn, E pt N of B 7-14-10 40 Unknown. S & E of RR SE 1 /. NW',; 8-14-10 6 Will Tenart. SEVi SE!', 9-14-10 40 Z. M. McGliee. NW 1 /, SEV. 17-14-10 40 Florida Real Eslate Loan Co., Eli 17-14-10 320 C. C. Croney, SE 1 ', SEV, 21-14-10 40 J. R. Martin. NE!', SW 1 /, 29-14-10 40 J. M. Met*. S 1 '. Lot 3 NW!', 31-14-10 30.35 J. M. Metz, N of D Lot 4 NW 1 /, 31-14-10 39.74 E. C. Slitlimin, N of D 5E!i NE'i 31-14-10 36 U. H. Morgan. W of RD NE 1 ', NE 1 '. 33-14-10 35 U. R. Morgan, W of R N of D SE 1 ! NEU 33-14-10 33 J. F. Walker, s of D NW 1 .; SEU 33-14-10 38 Ira Crawford. NW!S NE'l 10-H-ll -10.73 Ira Crawford. SW 1 ', NE!i 10-14-11 40.73 D. Garratl, W 1 .-'- NE!1 NW". 10-H-ll 20.3C D. Garralt. W'4 SE!1 NW!'. 10-14-11 20.35 L. W. Collins. NW 1 /, NE'l 15-14-11 40 I,. W. Collins, SW!i NE!'. 15-14-11 40 L. W. Collins, NW", 15-14-H 160 M. ft. Robinson, NW!i SE", 4-H-12 40 M. H. Robinson. WVi NE!> SW 1 '. 4-14-12 20 C. A. Rodgers. Lots 1 k 2 NE 1 ! 6-14-12 49.64 C. A. Rodgers. Lots 3 & 4 NW 1 /, 6-14-12 107.48 D. R. Garner. E of L E'i 8-14-12 44.78 Rebecca Patterson, SE!1 SE 1 ; 15-15-11 38 Florida Real F-stnlc Loan Co.. SVJ 19-15-11 334 J. C. Diingan. 1 A SE cor N!-i It". SW'i 21-15-11 1 J. B. Clark. NWV, SE!1 28-15-11 40 Florida Real Estate Loan Co.. N'/. 30-15-11 342.22 Florida Real Estate Loan Co., SW'i 30-15-11 180 Karl Green, N'i NE 1 /. NWV, 33-15-11 20.35 Eallie Adams Elliott, Orig. Sur. SW!i NWV, 3C-15-11 1.17 Louise Chapman. N"j NE>i SE!; 26-15-12 20 Louise Chapman. N'i NW 1 ; SE 1 ; 21-15-12 20 J. B. Gillis Estate, S 3.00 A NWV, NE 1 ; 30-15-12 3.60 J. B. Gillis Estate, SB 1 '. NE'l 30-15-12 40 J. B. Glllis Estate. SWU NEV; 30-15-12 40 J. T. Johnson, Frl. N\V!i NEW 35-15-12 10 CITY OF BLYTHKVILLE J. B. Clark Subdivision J. B. Clark, Lot 1 Mrs. G. O. Tucker Subdivision Mrs. G. G. Tucker, Lot t Mrs. G. G. 'nicker, Lot 3 Mrs. G. O. Tucker, Lot •! Mrs. G. G. Tucker, Lot 5 Mrs. G. G. Tucker, lot 1 Tax- 7.92 7.92 3.96 3.96 7.92 1.44 7.82 6.56 1.83 .62 7.G8 7.20 65.28 7.68 8.C^-,, TuJ ''i S'.V/^ 3.04 ! 7.56 7.13 8.21 7.68 7.53 384 3.74 6.24. 6.24 24HO 1.29 «4i 8.55 J8.51 360 2.40 ;10 G.24 53.95 32 -fi",: as; V t .08 4.32 4.32 2.88 2.40 4.87 1,44 .55 .55 .65 .55 All persons and corporations interested In said lands arc hereby notified lhat they are required by law lo appear within four \vceks and make defense to said suit or tlie same will be taken for confessed and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment of m- 1 lerest, penalty and costs allowed by law. ' i WITNESS my hand and seal of office on this day, May 20 1935 , .'' (Seal) HARVEY MORRIS, Cliancery Court Clerk J. T. COSTON, AVorney. 21-23-4-11

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