The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1930 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX COUUTfiH NEWtt Sclrwarly Goes 65 Yards For A Score Kelly, Booth, Sisk and | Binder Are Standouts of! Season. I I UV I, S,. ILAKRY! Mac 1'HAIL National Football Referee Caglo has passed out of tin pic- j ure al the Army. Marsters is j .hrough at Dartmouth. Welch nnrl; tormeson arc memories at Purdue. \ "ulane misses Banker and Cnllfcr- la. Brmny Loin. There Is. nioiiin- ig for someone on almost every . .impus. . I But football must hive lls'Gnl-j ••ping Ghost. Slano. Montgomery I ''arris, Tappaiin and Poe were -teat football.players only a' year 30. Ask.' the avcia?,; fan where Md what they played.. They won't "'3 able to tell you because in foat- all it's the specialist, and general' • tli: one who carries the ball, 'ml makes the headlines. He mny ot compare with-the best loot- ill players of. the year, but he's iely to be R national causation; .ist the same. Well, who are going to be the I ulstanding ball loters this fall? I requires some courage to guess! li's-.?arly. ycl we.shall hazard the! :inion that, the spotlight will to-! '.ir, on ','Albie" Booth of Yale, I f 00 thiiV I'hiiny" Sisk of Marquettc. "Ship- IUJl "' ul •reck" Kelley of Kentucky, and Htmk" Bruder of Northwestern, 'ruder Is the only' suitor In the uartet. Take a look at the four Vccs in the 1930 deck. LI U,'TO MEET fll ________ Ai'oxnAY. 27, mo 1'wenty-fifiK Meeting of Tigers and Porkers to Be Staged Saturday, Nov. I FAYE-ITEVII.LE, Ark., Oct 25- The renewal of '-•lassie one of Dixie's gridiron rivalries will find Notre Damr ku no time at all In oji-.iin-; Hie ball v.'run Pitt ranutd af(-?r Iv.n line [!!; Its first pby. SchwaiT/. is .s':K»wn imr ••wiiiiij tint li- 1 t Sii'.rc D.ime : am s pi-riii] ir.-'jrd l'ir l!l uvivy over the UiXvjrMly of 1-lttsburj. Getting :..int I-il[';i'.:k. daVhisij G5 j>:vds lor u touchdown «n of .'.ri'lmma^a. ilirou-jh II::: line On The Oulsiclc rooking Jn By "DUKE" They're Hall. Lugging Aces Saturday \V:is liij; D.iy •Booth Is by far the best known •f the four. "Alble" was a stnr his reshman year. Outstanding in hree. sports and captain of two reshman (earns,' Yale's sophomore 'lash lived up to advance notices Mid was easily the • most brilliant "ppn field runner of the yenr. Only njnrles following hts - sensational tinning and kicking In the Dnrl- nouth and Army games, In which ic outshone both Cagle and Mars- .ers, kept him off nil-star elevens Booth will get doubl? publicity of \ back with twice the ability o« he Amherst squad. He is per- t'ormlng against , the outstanding eastern elevens with, the oyes of •.he eyes of'the sport-world-upon iiim. Booth returnea to liis 1029 foim.in the Brown game th? other day. ' ' ^ ' A tall, husky lad who never play cd football left Kanknkee. 111., lor Mai'quette University at Mthvnu kce. No one h?ard much about him lor nearly a year. But after he van 85 ancl.05 y^rds from scrim-' ma'gc against Iowa "Stale"nnd returned the klckoff 88 yards against Bo McMillan's Kansas Aggies. "Jolmny" became the "Big Trnin." it looks as though he's going to be on time this fall. His name Is Johnny Sisk. "That boy is faster than Grange," remarked Frank Murray, Marquelle's coach, last fall. We were inclined to be skeptical. Tills spring Marquelte's . medley relay team swept the country and shattered all previous records in four of th.1 five relay meets. Sisk- ran the ."440" on Uiis record-breaking team. -. ' Against ; .Creighlon .this year. Sisk's 55-yard, touchdown run featured the' first Marquclte victory over Cretghton in four .years. "Johnny" has a hip .slide and a change, of pace that Is also rcmin- sceul ot Red Grange. • • » •In the blue grass regions of old Kaintuck. horses and halfbacks are speedy Springfield, Ky., sent Jack Elder to Notre Dame. And Springfield also sent John Sims Kelley to Kentucky. Some, Imirbacks nnd then some! ' : In his tint varsity gnm% Kelly got the ball four times and mnfe three touchdown:,. Then along came Clemson. undefeated in six games iri the south. The first play mad?, after Kentucky had the ball, Kelly took it and made a touchdown. When • Kentucky got it again, Kelly made another in one play. They called it a day for Kelly. On tills gala occasion a Litter by the name of "Shipwreck" Kelley was "siting" in Lexington. John Sims immediately became "Shipwreck." Kelly played the greatest game of his career this yenr in Kentucky's 33-14 victory over Washington and Lee. Our long shot for the best (ill. round back of the year is "Hank" Bruder of Northwestern. One of "Hank's" is supreme courage. He dislocated a hip two years ago ant} wad out until the final game against Dartmouth. Dartmouth will renumber "Hank." He broke a leg last fall in the second game against Wisconsin. You don't have to ask who Bruder Is in Madison. thinking the scoreless tic between , Ole Miss and Chicago and ilia vie- j tory of Fiirjimii over Florida an:l ' the rather severe troimtlnj; ol t'-.c I'llnceton Tiger by l>:e Navy pi.;- vlded the iinnsuiir fireworks ot Ihe ilay. Cowii 0,1 Blrminiihnm n powerful Crimson Tide, raied by must :•:<- perls to be on Hie losing end agnljisi ! VandcrblH by a small maieln. sur- i prised wilh n 12 to 7 vl.lcry over the conquerors of Minnesota. The fiipcrlority of the Wadi'mcn <lld not res I in the score nn:eli. however, us. the pou'er and rugged defense jf Ihc Alabama (earn wltli tlirr?- fourths of the piny being In Vim- dcrbill territory. Kentucky and Georgia continue:! lo show unusual' strength wilh. smashing victories. With Alulwnn. 'ir'e .trio ot Southern Conferee: illle contemleis represents j-aino of (he be.st teams In the counlry. Purdue's one point margin over Wisconsin s]>ollcd the Badgers' dreams of a Big Ten title and S. M. U. trampled all over Indiana ni Dallas. Notre Dome's easy victory over Piit was Generally expeclo:! although the score surpris?:! while- the Army-Yale'6-G tie was (he classic bnltle of the day. '•-'--'Tlie Rilntlfiihl Test This folunni's rating for piekinc; winners fell joinewhat from I :•? staiulnrd set, In.st wee!;, three gmnrr, were guessed, result-I lour ing in 17 correct predictions, •cverses and two tie ginnes. The games missed: Vanderbill. (7) to beat Alabama (12). . Florida (13) to beat Furnuui (14). Sewance (0) to beat L. S. U. (12). V. Y. U. (O") 10 bent Fordham (7). Tie games: Army (G). Yale (6>. Chicago 10). Mississippi (0). The Zcuras I.tw Apiiu The Pine Blurt Zebras took another one en the collective chin Saturday with the Cmiulen clever, delivering the pmicli. It wasn't louj ago 'that the Zebras considered one detent during the season M a calamity but this season their troubles are mounting. On Oct. 18 ths Zebras'took a SO to 12 walloping from the Fordyce Red Buss and now the Pine BlutT tans are on their cars with another defeat added to the Zebras' record. Uic-'nt now. Fordyce, (1928 stale champs). Camden and Little nock appear to be Uie outstanding candidates fcr state honors. And Fordvce will ul?.y Uttle Rock this week and Camrtoi! in the near future Don't frvgn. too. thai the Chicks get :i cluniv at the Red Bugs here on Thanksgiving. Nothing daunted, ed this season by Bruder pinning 1 start- big • "13" on the back of his jersey. And promptly cams down with smallpox! Dick Hanley uses Warner's double wing-back formation — Ideal both for deception and power straight ahead. The wing-backs criss-cross and double reverse and .th.3 deepest man Is in the key position for half: and full spinners. Bruder fits this type of play pcr- . fectly. He's last and shifty, the most powrtful line buckcr Hanley has! and probably the 'best kicker In th3 Big ten. Bruder is expected to return to the game Nov. 1 whe'n : Northwestern soli. 1 "- plays Minne- C«wkr Nfm Want Ads. here take ajould's BulldoB'i will t> r Friday and will hr nut to tht Cliifkasaws inlo camii. It is no srrrct that tin- i, rs i i'.i r _ ngould team in recent years Ins been pointed f«r thr slru»«lo here Friday for spvornl wrtks. raragGuld beat N*rw\ir.rt lit to VI. and llic Clnckasaws bral Nrwiioil 19 lo 13. Take your uirk. Ai-katisas Weekly 'I'ooihall ^Schedule RV SA5I S. FARRINGTON Unitfil Prrsq Staff Ccrrcspandent Football schedule for week ending November 1. COLLEGE GAMES OCT. 31. llendrix-Henderson vs. Ouachlla at Arkiidelphia. West Tenessee Teachers vs Jonesboro at Memphis. I Me University of Arkansas Ra?or- I l:acks holding a slight edge over Lom.'iana Slat.-r University m the number of games woi: when these t'.vc teams meet for :he 25th lime at Slircvcpnrt next Saturday. Dating back to the y?ar "n" of the century, Louisiana and Arkan- w. hove fettled their arid differences in .'tadlums, bowls, and fields all cvi-r the Southland. During the lost cVcade, the games have been played at Shrevepm-t as a climax to Ihe annual State Far celebration there. Hew evenly Iho rivals arc matched is shov.'n by the records which reveal that the Ruxorbacks have won 12 games while ihe Bengals humbled th?lv Arkansas foe eleven I tlmei. Only one game ended in a draw. That was in 1906 when they 'ound a six-to-six duel. Five of the games have be,?n decided by one or three points, so Tierce has been the competition be- .ween Arkansas, a member of the Southwest Conference, and Louisana' State, of the Southern Conference. Neither team has ever wen more han four successive games. Arkansas set this record by winning from 1522 to 1925. The Tig.?rs came back the following year and upset the "treak, taking the Razorbacks to n 14 to 0 cleaning. Eight times the Cardinal and Whit? Arkansas eleven has blank- the TlEci'f.. The highest score Between the two teams came exactly 20 years ago when the Bengals were rountcd. 51 to 0. Louisiana's brightest victory was just two years before that. They humbled Arkansas 35 to 4 The teams have missed only 0112 season of play since 1506. That was in 1918 during the World Wnr. Four limes tha Louisiana eleven lias blanked Arkansas. The worst Arkansac whitewashing came in 1919 when the Tigers'clawed them fcr a, 20 to 0 dccsion. The last four buttles have teen bloodless on one side. In 1926, Louisiana wiped Arkansas off the slate, sending them back to their •k hills on the low end of a H to .0 scor.?. For the last three years, Arkansas turned the tables, winning 28 lo 0. 7 to 0. and 32 to D:. In the matter of total points over the 24 year period, Arkansas has amassed 324, or thirteen and R half points lor ench gam?. .The Tigers totalled 207 points, or an average of egiht for each conflict. This 'match is the oldest tradi- IHnal battle for either team. It is estimated that more than a miar- tcrmillion of people have watched tlirse two elevens rock, along in their friendly feud. of Ozarks vs. nt Clarksvillc. State =it>- I'.opcs. 1-or but clc,nr of his More About the Ark-Mo The last ue remcmb?r cf Ark-Mo L?ngiie upset of Georsrlown L'nh.r- v.-hen K-.-ai?:. the Ciiorjciown quarterback, was all We.;'.:-in M.:v,land exponents duri: • the can" -tt Baltimore, he was biui^ht dr-.in v.ith Mich a thud that the ba'i ', s ! this action photo f'.iow-. touiul.-d :mn the air. Even nt that I'm '-.',' the Western Maryland i.n-kler. mceived most of the punishment. "];'ii > Wc.sti-j':i won'. 10-0. College Teachers NOV. 1 University of Arkansas vs. L. S U. at Shreveport. Arkansas College vs. Southwestern al Memphis. HIGH SCHOOL GAMES OCT. 31. Hot Springs at Texarkana. Ark. Hope at Gurdon. Nashvilb at Malvcrn. Newport nt Jonesboro. Paragould al Blytheville. Prescoli at North Little nock might game). Paris at Magazine Oct. 30. Stnttc.-m ol Lonoke Corning nt WaltuK Ridge. Pottsvilic at Russellvllle. Crossett at McG.?hcc. Hughes at Forest City. Sprlngdale at Fayetteville. Pine Bluff at El Dorado NOV. 1. Clarksville at Fort Smith. Fordyce at Little Rock. Magnolia at Camricn. hall I'rnuar.l 5<i:iabt!p the verbal battle at fe city a number o! weeks npo with nothing definite rcMiltln<; from the smoke of battle. The Ark-Mo champions, according 10 ihp Icllowi'mr letter, are the Oosnpll p'.avrrs Tak" it or leave it. Sport Editor Courier Nev.s: At the end cf thr my b^tjll season and after many 1 ^rd fnirlii struggles, the Gosr "HI r..uc at bn emerged vlctcrlcus over other teams which co; Ark-Mo Amateur t.e.uv.i,'' Tills team is the only one cS ttr enllre League to p;^\- pvp^- r. lln T as scheduled. ' "' The majority ol pur. seemed to bt- for the teams, but with f-.( of every player ce; never ending" cftoris' wilh thr Ciostirl 1 . hilf I A_ of Ihe ir.nhiB nnnnifhr.l ;u»l u mm '"S 3 on base each Imle. Tills rcsu!!!-:- ::i > | the calling of a niceiins the IIM :-,;.• i officials by the president in ! v hoi;! j I'-erc. None ol the Ccjtp;- oili.-i:,!;' being present the garni- ur^ feitcd lo Gosnell. Thr rr.i:n awarded n beautiful filior 1 cv.p by the Rawllngs M.ir.-.iir Ing Co., of St. Louts ami a b.i presented by Ilubbavd !l.n< company of Blythcvilb. (Signed) Gladys o " Beulah Bcvillr. Joins Hole-in-One Golf Circle by.V, v.:pp-ri ill-, iho baseball fans ol Ihe scheduled heie. amr.-, came Cooler and Gosne'.l championship. T«-o ~^ Rrogdon Stars B. F. Brcgdon. who forim-rlv W.TO the Marcon nnd Wiiir r.; H;M. V ._ villc high, was easily '.hi- o.ii-Mi-,;'- ing star in Ihe victory cf th? .i :i ,-.. icr Vois of Martin, 1enn.. rv?i Delta State Teachers ol Ci-vrl,-;:-,;: Miss.. last week. Brogdnn rr.iv.1 across the goal line for fo-ir ;ci-.i.-:i- downs for the U. of T. Junior ,\-;- kgc and'also converted n:i OMI-.I ! AIX-LES-BAINS: FT.HKO. .; ; ; Prince Aga Khan, just !;r(orr> . ins his- vacation here. ,u -o;ir ' ,e<i the ambition of every <^-\{. 'doing n hols-in-one im:iei-'M'-'..' |te!r>ge of the Brlttsh profoi.- j W. Armour. ! The Indian prince peitiiriv. ; feat. on the' 17th hole. :r,.-.', ": i lOfi yards, the fairway >:c;xi; ; 'j slightly toward the crcr-i:. >.•, •well protected by bnr.kei-. i chubby, genial ixrtfiu.T.r :. • <•! hif goll. which is Mi:l :? ,' best ever played by an O: : - ; . for I'u? point. The.Junior Vols wen 2ii t-i ; played tjtween the u, c c'-amplo-v; • T;-.C salary of Kc-ncsaw and each resulted in a :ip n-j t ri the i a i n L.ndis, baseball games being called on account ol or Is $50.000 » year. I ::ITV I'KoritKCY si:\i.i,i I CI SVLLANI). O.. Oct. -.1 .prediction of this city's :i; p ;: . . been written and sealed 1:1 a . , cicp.-Mt bank in a loc.il iv.-x i deposit box is not to be <•;>.•:•.,.! - •til 1905. when city off:ri;\:, ,,.. load the prophesy nr.d c,v:.-.-- •uih ihe uclual civic pvcj;-,-s. The total convicted in was ol.SGC. number of England drunkards last year NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE. Notice is hereby given that I the undersigned as Sheriff nr.der nnd by authority of an execution irsucd October 18th. 1930. on judgment rendered en the llth day of August. 1930. in the Common Picas Court for the Kiicka- sav.ba District of Mississippi Coun- iv. Arkansas, in the case of C. M. Buck and V. G. Holland. Plaintiffs, vs. T. E. Tate, Defendant win on the 15th day of November, 1930. al the South door of the Ccurt House at Blytheville. Arkansas, otl'cr for talc thrj following dc-jcribc-1 real property: The Srulhwest Quarter iSW'-i) of the N'oi'thc.ist . Quarter (NE'i) of Section (35) Thirty- five. Township Sixteen (IG) North, Range Twelve (12) t East, lying South and West "! nf t'.ie Government Meander !S j Line of Walker's Lake. >' | 'i he purchaser will be required lo eivc bond with approved sccur. ity for purcha.so price. Dated this the 18th day ol Oc- iclxr, 1030 I W. W. SHAVER. -. Road Courier News Want A i Sheriff. 20-27 Betty Taylor E. A. Haynes E- A. Haynes E. A. Haynes M. C. Vtnm J. R. Carney 13, W. A. Sweat A. B. Butler I'. L. Moore 'lyde 'Robinson Clyde Kohlnson Nick Thomas Mrs. Blanche Hall Molly Wright W. J. Logan W. J. Logan Edna Carter C. T. Shnmlln Ht'GG ADDITION . C. Dozier Everett Harber BL'tiC ADDITION Church J. F. Wlnboni L. M. Belli ley BUGG ADDITION B. Bartholomew Chas. Needham BADER ADDN. i J. W. Bader f. M. BR J W. Barter W. M. Burns 21,22,23 ,' G. G. Wadley Unknown M. C. Outlaw Unknown n CHICAGO Ml Lst At J. II. Webb CHICAGO MILL 2nd 'ADDITION 10 C 1.05 2 D 1.05 3 D 1.05 4 D 1.05 U & 12 D 2.10 " & 15 D 3.15 13 ir 14 ' i; 'i.l'. 5 G 1.05 4 H 1.05 10 H 1.0.) S'- 11 H .5' 1 K 1.0; 1 2 K 1.0: 8 K 1.05 4 & 5 L 2.K .N"-- 6 L .53 2 M 1.01 7 M 105 ON' E of H. K. I tfi i it 1U 1 . 41 8 11 1.4! ON W. of R. R. C 2 1.40 1 & 2 4 2.8' 3 & 4 4 2.81 ON' S. of It. K. 5 4: 0 14 2.10 7 10 1.4: . in SE'/, SKY, 5-11 . 5 .4^ NS ADDITION 2, 3 & 4 4 .E 2.23^24 4, .S- 4 * 5 7 .4' 12 8 .2: l(i 8 .218 d: . 10. 8 .C; LL & I.BR. CO. DITION N^j 3 A 2.1 .L & LBK. uw. MORRIS ADDITION G. E. Pope i B 9 45 Betty Alley 7 B '!>' Vi Betty 'Alley S'i a B f.23 MOKRIS ADDITION Betty Alley S'i 3 B 1 23 P. Z. Macon N 40' 10 C 1 87 G. W. Bradley N4C 1 11 c 2 •>•> ORIGINAL SL'RVEY OF Bl Y- THKVIU.E W. C. Buchanan E 44' 7 ] 73 J. A. Bass 27 iVi Blyiheville Hospital 41 &42 4 20 Clyde Fcwler 49 i/;5 Jess- Starkty 51 i 75 N. F.. White 57 140 Mrs. Stout 80 U05 Sam Grimes 85 1.05 fda Crockett 86 l 05 PARK ADDITION' Gordcn Carmon 5 1 1.05 A .T. Fails 7 & 8 1 i 10 E. A. Fisher 11 & 12 3 2.10 Consumers Water Co. 10 5 1.03 A. D. Doland 14 5 1.05 S. L. Forsytli 1 & 2 0 2.10 S. L. Fe.-syth 4, 5 & C 6 3.15 B. F. Breoks 7 C 1.05 3. L. Forsyth 8 6 1.05 Geo. Cummii^s 9 (i 1.05 Edna Sutton 7 7 1.05 'A. F. Fi-ye N 80' C 8 .70 S. F. Frve N .-75' 78 7( J. V. PRIDE SUBDIVISION J. P. Prido I, 2. 3 & 4 A 1. CO W. M. Frairier G & 7 A .U 1. P. Pride 8 lo 24 inc. A 6 to J. P. Pride 6 B .4j J. P. Pride 8. 9 & 10 B 1.2( L P. Prule 15. 16. 17 & 18 B 1.6'J J. P. Pride 3 & 4 C .8 J. P. Pride 21 & 22 C .V 1. P. Pride 13 to 24 Inc. n 4.SC Bertha Lee G 1 1 75 C. M. Wilhite 6 2 1 75 C. W. Beale F.', n 2 .83 C. W. Beale 12 •> 1 TM. Hall 17 2 1.75 Gordon Evrard 13 3 1.75 Mrs. Bertha Lee 3 5 1.75 C, E. Parks fl 5 1 70 CHICAGO MILL i LBH. CO. 3rd ADDITION C. R. Layman 10 3 1.05 Mrs. W. A. Orrell 0 & 10 4 2.It Henry Adams 7 ,t 8 G 2.11) J. G. Howard 1 & 2 7 2.ir A. & E. Bradford 1. 2 & 3 8 3 15 CIIICKASAWBA ADDITION G. E. Cross 9 8 1.7T ilyde Robinson 11 & 12 8 3.y vlrs. G. Whllworth 14 8 1.7:: 3. W. Robinson 1 & 2 10 4.20 E. H. Dealt 4 10 2. It Eva T. Morrison , 10 11 1.7f- R. M. King 5 & 6 13 2. IP A. Nf. R. Branson W 1 .. 4 14 .5 A: M. R. Branson 5 14 1.0' Will Pyles 8 & 9 15 2.3! DAVIS ADDITION R. A. Nelson 10 7 1.7f C.-J. Evrard W 20' 0 17 .4" DAVIS 2nd ADDITION E. F. Wilson W'.j 4 4 .6 DAVIS 3rd P. Z. Macon P. 7,. Macon Irene Walker Irene Walker Hyde J. P. Pride J. P. Pride J. P. Pride Unknown J. P. Pride J. P. Fri'Je J. P. Pride J.P. Pride J. P. Pride J. P. Pride J. P. Pride J. P. Pride Unknown J. W. Fisher J. P. Pride Raymond Smith Joe H. Keiuer J. P. Pride 16 SCHENECTADY, N. Y., Oct. (UP)—An automobile accident cost LeRoy lamed, 51, of Scheneclady $850 in fines. lie was assessed J50C at Colonie for leaving the scene of the accident and 5350 here-on his plea of guilty to driving while intoxicated. . . . j_i'.i£' (Continued from Page Five) CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE ALLISON' ADDITION Name Hilda Small J. J. Johnson Bill Williams Mary Collier Mary Collier R. L. Roberts Lloyd Macklin Ellen Tuller R. G. Grant R. G. Grant R. Bradley J. W. Shiver S. Dodson Chns. Richardson Melvin Robins C. Kavanaugh Will Garrelt 3 5 W'j Ir.i Gray RLA1N' ADDITION g « 1 SI.75 1 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 .87 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.15 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 4.90 Bl'Gf. COLORED ADDITION Mnrtin Jones 4 1.40 Tom Taylor 6 1.40 BLYTHEVILLE LBR. CO. 1ST ADDITION C. A. Wood 6 3 HLVTHE ADDITION E. II. Hawkins Est. 1 3 A. Convoy N. 90' 1 4 A. Comvay N. 90' 2 '4 Mrs Eva Hardin 3 4 E. M. Eaton C. 45' 11 & 12 19 Glcncoc Hotel Will Tucker Jim Kolenyck A. L. Reagan A. L. Reagan Brown & Billing J. W. Blythe J. F. Wood J. D. Via C. A. L. Frank Church Pleas Sccoy & 9 20 W'.i 15 24 16 24 2 25 3 25 16 25 & 2 26 7 30 830 2 31 3 31 10 31 1 Mrs. Mary Montgomery 22 31 Jnmcs Hollman Jim'a Cole R. Austin Henrietta Good A. L. Frank A. L. Frank 4 32 5 32 7 & 8 32 4 & 5 33 15 33 16 33 BF.CK.UAV 1ADDITION 1.40 2.10 1.35 1.35 2.IU 1.36 4.20 .33 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 3.59 1.4.9 1.40 1.40 1.43 1.40 .70 1.41 1.4^ 2.80 4.30 2.ir> 2.10 Minnie Hipp 1 BARRON A LILY ADDITION Keith 1 & 2 0 2.10 W. H. Hall W. H. Hall A. P. Johnson Frank Martin 10' W. E. Mathis ADDITION El,- 3 3 4 G & 7 Lot E of 7 E 40' 9 E Pt Eva Morrison Lot E. of 3"- 4 E. F. Condrey Anna Snide Anna Shlde O. E. Cross J. W. Alley T. E. Hendrix J. W. Alley 1C 7 W'A 3 U 1 & 2 4. 5 L. 1 M. Ross P. B. DOL'GAN L. M. Ross L M. Ross 4 5 5 C 7 te 6 7 5 .9 ADDN'. 3 1 6 1 1.0' 2.1' 4.20 1.B9 1.53 2.10 2.10 2.10 1.80 2.10 2.10 1.05 2.10 4.90 2.4E 7.35 2.45 .2! .21 .07 .21 3. 4 9 & 10 15 i 10 18 & Ifl 21 23 1 to S Inc. II & 12 14 16 13 to 24 Inc. 1 to 10 inc. 13 lo 24 m:. 5 - 1.20 .M C, 7, C & 9 ti 12 15 to 20 inc. .40 .40 F 3.74 F .CO F .40 F .40 F 2.95 G 4.20 Q 5.0U H .41 H i.f.n .40 A. A. Ahcrt 21 lo 24 inc. J. P. Pride 3 to 22 inc. 1 8.CD S. G. Lee 9 J .10 'J. P. PRIDE SUBDIVISION J. P. PrHe 14 to 24 ir.c. 'j 4 i|] J. P. Pride All K 5.03 J. P. Pride All L 4 M J. P. Pride 1 to 9 Inc. M 3 CO J. P. Pride All N 5.C9 CUDE ROBINSON ADDITION' Woman's Club 1 3 l ^o McKenzie 3 3 j'lrj MeKenrie YV'/. 4 3 'vo Henry Recsnan 5 3 i .-(, RICHARDS ADDITION' H. W. Hclley ) A McBrlde g A Minnie Little 7 c J. W. Blytiie 6 E E. W. ROBINSON' ADDITION 1.73 2.43 1.75 1.40 Henry Adams Henry Adams Unknown • Nancy Carr Henry Johnson 9 & 10 II 13 1 & 2 3 &4 I,: M. Ross N 1-3 7 1 L. M. Ross 8 1 HEARN 2nd ADDITION Roy Uttle W!i 2 A .53 Roy Little 3 A 1.05 HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION Minnie Brewer 4 1 John WhitsiU 11 1 C. W. Holt. 11 2 Loin E. Tomllnson .14 2 C. C. Campbell EH- 12 4 John G. Hargett 13 4 John G. Hargett W'.-J 14 4 Ferguson & Cooley 1 5 E. U Moss S 1.00' 15 6 HIGHLAND PLACE 2nd ADDN. Geo. L. Muir 7 7 1.0? HIGHLAND PLACE 2nd ADDI. • TION C. M. Baxter 11 1 L. Nf. Boss 11 A: 12 8 Walter E. Taylor 3 9 L M Ross 3 11 I, M. Ross 8 11 HOI.LANDAI.E ADDITION S. F. Beard -7 .t 8 A .98 F. Simon 1 & 2 B .98 Mark WiUfarns 3, 4 & 5 B 1.47 Vinnle Chatman - 12 & 13 Mary Cos A. Hyle , Fred Whimper Janeter Brown C. E. Neighbors Hiram Taylor Ike Wells Marie- Baker Vernon Clayton T. H. Hugh'es Lidge Wilson Chas. Campbell Percy Smith Isaac Inman A. C. Reynolds 5 & e 5 & G 7*8 2 4 7 4 & 5 2 13 3 13 4 13 C 13 7 13 5 15 8 15 RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDN'. 2.10 1.05 2.10 .3') .30 .30 .31 .34 .31 .34 .3S .34 .34 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 .53 1.05 .53 1.05 .70 Tom Vr. Jackson J. H. Harris Geo. Williams Church . Clyde Robinson Edna Alice Baker T. L. Halle 5 3 C 3 6 4 6 5 7 & 8 0 2 10 3 10 .35 .35 .3J .36 .70 .35 .35 SUDBURY ADDITION Mrs. Gertrude Southworth 5 1 1.40 [Mrs. Gertrude Southworth E'.i G ;J. P. Pride J. P. Pride J. F. Sanders 2'jo'J. F. Sanders I^OsJE. J. Brown l'o5 1.05 Wt-j 9 10 15 W!4 16 Raphael Saliba. Raphael Saltba H. M. airtr.er Gils- Hardesty Oitn .Hnrdestv HOLI.IPF.TER E'.i 9 8 II 1 & 2 3 .49 .49 .49 .98 .50 SIION'YO ADDITION Jessie Wood 10 1 .35 Rachel Brasg 2 & 3 4 .70 Geo. Taylor 5 & 6 6 .70 B. A. Ship 13 6 .35 IrrreuUr Lois in Sec. 5-15-11 Chas. Bradford E Pt. SW corner SE SE 6.13 L-rctuUr Lois in So-. 15-15-11 Cotton Belt R. R. Lot 8 Frl. W 1 -^ NW 18.76 Irrrjulir Lois Snbdlvlsion 16-15-11 Clyde Robinson Frl. 20 4.90 Clyde Robinscn Frl. 20 2.10 .23 SUNNYSIDE ADDITION- .70 .70 1.40 1.40 .70 .70 Henry Redman Crlsco Ogle John Ewing Sylvester Tucker C. W. Murphy Robt. Small Crisco Ogle I K. Davis Robt. Small Tiller Johnson . C. R. Harrington Wallace Lucas Lillie Collins Easter Williams Crisco Ogle Joseph Hollman Lnclla Mann Tom Matthews Crisco Ogle 4 5 & 3 8 9 12 4 9 3 4 5 G 10 11 3 1 6 & 7 8 1 D JONES ADDITION T. J. Mahsn W 8' 5 2 T. J. Mnlian B 62' 6 2 2.01 MATE DANIELS ADDITION A. Bradford 1 & 2 1 1.75 Jim Howard 4 & 5 1 2.10 Jeff Waters 14 1 1.05 Jen" Waters E;-J 15 1 1.05J". MARSH ADDITION' H. B. Willis NV'. N 2-3 3 2 H. B. Willis N"-i N 2-3 4 2 W. A. Snod?rass Ail 1 S. IL.Eastburn S 10' 1 3 T. A. Little 3 & 4 4 Laura A. Collins Est. 7 4 Laura A. Collins Est W 1 '- 8 4 J. W. Bader 3 6 Will McCullers 3 i: 4 o SUNRISE ADDITION" P. B. Dougan 1 & 2 1 E. W. Robin.son 10" 6 2 SPRADLEY SUBDIVISION' T. E. Rcves 1. 2 3 &, 4 o WEST : END SUBDIVISION- ' 1.03 1.05 2.10 '..05 1.05 i.05 1.05 '.OS 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.03 2.10 1.05 2.10 3.50 .35 John King Lnla Brandon Crit Johnson 19 32 35 12.25J Hawkins Furniture Co 2 •> Sally 1.05 1.05 1.05' 1.05 1.03 2.10 .28 .53 Flyrin 15 :. Hudson 19 & 20 ? WEST GATE REPLAT .82 Daniel Morrow 5 D .82,C. R. Layman 3 fc 4 r TOLLMAN'S 1st ADDITION' .70 J. E. Till man 4 i .-,1 4.90] HARRIS ADDITION' 2.45 Formerly Lot 5 Rc<. Lots In Sec 1.23 , 10-15-11 2.10'A. Raphael Saliba All •> r> 30 All perrons and corporations interested in said lands arc h-'cby notified that they are required by law to appear within four wesx make defcr.-e to this stilt, or Oie sale will be taken for confess- ' lank for payn^r!: O r final judarmem will be entered directing the sala of the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with trie Interest, penalty and cost allowed by law. W. W. HOLLTTETK,?. (Seal) Chancery Court Clork. By Harvey Morris, D. C.

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