The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1930 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER N'ICWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3. in:;.l Forduce-Blytheville Football Game Cancelled ' * * * *^ • — 1 Bulldogs From Down Georgia Way Suipt. Greene Declares School Not in Position to Fake Chance 'of Loss. Rumors which have been preva- \ lent "for several weeks, that the I football 'game scheduiec; Sor Thanks- j giving Day t.ere between the slate, 'champion . Fordyce Redbues anj ! .the BlylhevUIe Chlckasaws. hail; .been cancelled were definitely coil- : firmed today. ' ..' . | ,.Cr»,wford Greene,- superintendent | 'of '^the Blythevllle schools, and I Henry Hudson, . athletic director.; admitted that BlythevUle asked to be relieved of Ujc game contract because of the expense involved and the chances of a financial loss on the game. With the school' ii>. no condition to carry the burden of a lues on the game. Mr. Greene declared that the local school hrr nskedf and received the agrement of Fordyce to cancel the contract. Expenses of staging the name with- the state champions would run, between $700 and $800 il was i estimated and school officials decided that tod big a risk would b. 1 involved, • depending on weathe. conditions and other problems. Fordyce, which bowled over Little Rock last Friday, readily agreed to the cancellation as the Redbugs are anxious to play an inter-slat' championship tilt on Thanksgiving The Redbugs apparently have a strangle hold on the Arkansas championship and believe that they can easily draw more in a game with another state lllllsl than their -. $500 guarantee for coming here. The cancellation of the game will prevent fans of Blythevllle nna Northeast Arkansas from seeing one of the best high school teams in the. country . In action, Including five - all-state players. Coach Henry ' Hudson' ol ll\i Chlckas'aws stated today that he has'been burning up the wires in an effort to secure a worthy opponent for his eleven here Thanksgiving. Efforts are being made to secure^-, one of the ranking teams out of St. Louis for the Turkey Day feature. . • "Unless we can get a team that will give the Chicks some real competition we will not schedule an- n. G. Grant H. G. Grant II. Bradley 'J. W. Shiver r S. Doclson i Chas. Richardson ' Mclvin Robins I C. Kavanaujjh I Will Garrctt 17 18 5 0 5 13 3 4 10 BLA1N ADDITION Ira Gray i & 2 4 1.751W. J. Logan 1.75 1.75 1.15 1.15 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 4.90 Mtirtin Jones Porkers to Clash willi Ok-1 To '" J?>'"? r BUOfi COLORED ADDITION 1.40 lahoma At>gics in Annual Homecoming Day Battle. PAYETTEVILLE, Ark., Nov. 3.— ,... The twelfth renewal of the Arkin- j A! Conway 1H.YT1IEV1U.K I.BH. CO. 1ST ADDITION C. A. Wood 0 3 , p ni,VTHF. ADDITION E. H. Hawkins Esi. 2 3 A. Conway ias-Okliihomn A. A: M. gridiron feud lake piace Saturday. Mrs. Eva Hardln N. 90' 1 N. 00' 2 1.40 2.10 1.35 1.35 2.10 Nov. 8. when the Ancles come here Glencoe Hotel for the annual llazorback' Home- : v/ill Tucker K. M. Eaton C. «' 11 & 12 10 1.35 8 .t 9 20 4.20 4 & 5 I, 2.10 HV. G L .53 2 M 1.0? 7 M 1.05 BUGG ADDITION E of R. R. W, J. Logan Edna Carter C. T. Shamlln R. C. Doz!er. Everett Harder 10 11 1.4C 1 1.4' BUGG ADDITION W. of It. R. Church ' 6 2 1.4C J. P. Winborn 1 & 2 4 2.8' L. M. Eentley " 3 & 4 ' 4 2.8' BUGG ADDITION S. of R. R. B. Bartholomew 5 & 6 14 2.It Chas. Needham 7 1C 1.4' BADER ADDN. in SE1"! SE'/i . 9-15-11 J. W. Bader 5 .4' E. M. BRYEANS ADDITION J W. Bader 1. 2, 3 & 4 4 .8 W. M. Burns 21,22,23 & 24 4 .8' G. W. Bradley N4G' 11 C 2.25 ORIGINAL SURVEY OF HLV- TIIEVII.I.K W. C. Buchanan E 44- 7 J. A. Bass Blylheville Hospital 27 G, C. Wadlcy Unknown M. C. Outlaw Unknown • coming. 1 Of the twelve games played he. hvcen these two rivals since 1012,) A. L. Reagan has won revcn and the! Brown & Billings Jim Kolenyck L. Reagan other game," declared mentor:- the Chick On The Outside -Looking lu By "DUKE" I OklaV.oma Agates have won five. The teams broke even in the first ' four games played between 1912 : and 1015. Following the Ra/or- i barks' 13-f) victory in 1915, [he .schools ciicl no; meet In- fcoltal! for six years. • The rivalry was resumed in 1921 and the two schools have met an- i iiiially since that time, with the single exception of 1928. While the Rnzorbacks have won two games 'more than Oklahoma A. & M., the latter leads in totul points for the 12-Bnme series, having score 143 • points to Arkansas' 131 . 1 Next Saturday will mark the third time that Oklahoma A. & ! M., has played here in a Razorback J. W. Blythe J. F. Wood J. D. Via C. A. L. Frank Church Pleas Secoy !i 15 24 1C 24 2 25 3 25 1G 25 ft 1 20 7 30 8 30 2 31 3 31 10 31 4 & 5 12 10 17. 18 & 19 • 8 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 3.00 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40 1.40 Mrs. Mary Montgomery 22 31 .70 James Hollman Julia Cole R. Austin Henrietta Good O. A. L. Frank C. A. L. Frank 4 32 5 32 7 & 8 32 4 & 5 33 15 33 16 33 BECKMAN -ADDITION 1.40 1.4P 2.80 4.20 2.in a.ic Minnie Hipp ~ 8 1 .70 BARRON & LILY ADDITION Keith 8MITK MAFKttT CHANDLER UOWN'ES Betty_ Taylor .E. A.' Haynes Homecoming. Tiie two previous oc-1 E. A. Haynes casions when the Aggies vvevr IE. A. Haynes Up to His Old Tricks Tie Game* Plentiful The' outstanding feature of Saturday's ; . grid battles was the un- iii,«al y number of draw verdicts In big games over the country. Georgia and -Florida, Wisconsin and • Ohio State-/;.Chicago and Princeton and Dartmouth and Yale all fought to scoreless .ties while William and Mary and Harvard \vers deadlocked 13-13 at the final whistle. The numerous ties left predictions In this column badly punctured. Seventeen results were correctly guessed, five draws were scored and four games were guessed backwards. The games missed besides the ties were: Little Rock (0) to teat Fordyce (34). Cornell (7) to beat Columbia (10) Arkansas (12) to beat L. S. U (27).,.. S.lM. U. (7) to bsat Texas (25). . ; What a Team! The Pcrdyce Red Bugs or the Jordan Twins established their clalrrr on the Arkansas prep champ ionsliip firmly Friday night with their, rousing 34 to 0 victory over a fine Little Rock team. Little Rock fans thought tliat the Tigei wero all set for a stale title thl year and this columnist must con fesj a similar feeling. But Coach Cowan's Redbugs very dectsrvel GIG T§ TE1 Mehve's Bulldogs A r o Match for Any Eleven; Meet N. Y. U. Saturday. By WILLIAM l!KAUCHKlt NKA Service Sports Editor "New York University Saturday will entertain Georgia, one of the best teams in the south," was trie first paragraph of a story appearing^ one of the New York newspapers the other d«y. And nol only that, but— Georgia this year hns one of the best teams In the United Stales. For that matter, you might say that "one of the best teams in the south" means almost that anyway. For the south during tlie last.few years has been plnying. the teami* from other sections even up.. . ' Take the first month or so of tli? i present football season fpr instance. • This same Georgia outfought - and| outplayed Yale. Duke University' leaped like a bolt out of the rtp.-k-. ess and sunk the Navy. -Vander-' lit handed a strong Minnesota cam a terrific pasting. • ; New York University surely ,wlll x playing one of the be.st teams n the south when It meets Geor-. la. There Is not a doubt In the world about that. • • * Coach Harry !\lehre, who learned lis fundamentals a la Rozkne, has an outstanding backfleld. Austin 3ownes is quarterback. Jack "The ilpper" Roberts is fullback. The lalves are Spurgeon Chandler and Marion Dickens. It ts one of the hardest driving and most, savage tackling sets of >acks in the country. In the Yale game, the Georgia backfleld outfought the Eli bscks consistently, coming from behind to win. Georgia has two great ends. Captain Maflett and Catfish Smith. In the line, Leathers, Macldo>:, Patterson and Bennett are as rugged a bunch of busters as you could dc- s'jre. Tassapolous Is. center, and yo;i must not forget that Lcantlcr swam the Hellespont and thtit In the Is!es of Greece, in ye olden days. Homecoming guests here resulted In Arkansas victories—9 to 7 in 1025 and 33 to 20 in 1027. This will be the Rnzorbacks' ninth nnnual Homecoming, the custom having begun in 1922. Of the eight i previous Homecoming encounters. ' Arkansas won five, tied two, and ' los', one. Texas Christian Unlvcr- Isity was the only visiting team tn ever triumph at air Arkansas : Homecoming, winning a 10-7 game in 132G. Previous Arkansas-Oklahoma A. & M. games have resulterl as fol- .lo-.vs: , 1912—Arkansas C, Oklahoma A. M 13.. 1913—Arkansas 3, Oklahoma A. M. 0. 1914—Arkansas 0, A. & M. 46. 1915—Arkansas 13, A. & M. 9. 1821—Arkansas 0. A. &. M. 7. 1922—Arkansas 0, A. & M. 13. 1023—Arkansas 12, A. & M. 0. 1924—Arkansas 0, A. & M. 20. 1925-Arkansas 9, A. & M. 7. 1920—Arkansas 24, A. & M. 2. 1927—Arkansas 32. A. & M. 20. 1929-Arkansas 32,* A. & M. 0. OFF AGAIN \ HUSBAND: Forgive me this time, darling. Let us hang the clonk of iirislian charily over the past. WIFE: Did you say cloak? HOM "imch may I spend on it?—Dorf- larbler, Berlin. It;took- i.;-Bl-'\TriltworUi, former. BlythevUle Chlckftsaw, to break the Crimson TW».'streak .of extra.' pblr£' ''failures"^Saturday.' Whitworln r^aw -Beted:. the extra point, following the '"final .touchdown scored by 1 , the Southern conference, leaders • against" Kentucky at Lexington. It: was! variously'reported to'have been the first successful kick by a'-Tfde pliyer tills season and- the first, in the last, eight attempts. Ar.yway' It WTO 'nothing new to "Bruno" wlio. used to turn the trick handily for ,Uib BlythevUle Chlckasaws. • Whltworth is a stalwart lineman of Wallace Wade's shocking "slxxk troopers". Jonesboro Golfers in Win Sunday Lintzenlch (B) . 8«, defeated I,cc <J) 90, four and two; Morse (B) 81, defeated Wlllett (J) 88, five and three ; Roe (B) 91, defeated Altman (J) 96, two up 18 holes; Ad- ;ams (J) 91, defeated Buck (B) 94 i three and one; Cuslck (J) 72. dc- jfeated Pepp (B) '74, .four and two 1 '.Cook (J) 101, defeated Barnctt (B) Golfers of the Jonesboro "country ° 5 ' two nntl one ; Carpenter <n> 01 ' The adherence of skin to the deei>cr tissues causes dimples. M. C. Vann ' 1 & 2 10 2 3 4 11 Si 12 . R. Carney 13, 14 & 15 D V. A. Sweat 13 & 14 E . B. Butler r. L. Moore Clyde Robinson :lyde Robinson S 1 ,'. . Nick Thomas Mrs. Blanche Hall dolly Wright " 5 G 4 H 10 II 11 H 1 K 2 K 6 K 2.10 1.05 1.05 1.05 2.10 3.15 2.10 1.05 1.05 1.05 .53 1.05 1.05 1.05 CHICAGO MILL & LBR. CO. 1st ADDITION J. H. Webb N'.i 3 A 2.1 CHICAGO MILL & LBH. 2nd ADDITION • Clyde Fowler Jess Starkey N. E. White Mrs. Stout Sam Grimes Ida Crockett 1'AKK 49 51 57 80 85 80 ADDITION 1.70 1.75 *•;•- L75 1.40 1.05 1.05 1.05 Gordon Carmou 5 A .T. Earls 7 & 8 E. A. Fisher 11 & 12 Consumers Water Co. 10 Bertha Lee 6 1 C. M. Wilhite 6 2 C. W. Beale Eli n 2 C. W. Beale 12 2 M. Hall 17 2 Gordon ,Evrard 13 3 Mrs. Bertha I.ec 3 5 C. E. Parks 5 5 CHICAGO MILL ii LBIt. CO. 3rd ADDITION C. R. Layman 1.7f 1.7f .8f 1.7r 1.7: 1 .7' l.i; 1.7. r A. D. Doland 14 S. L. Forsyth 1 & 2 S. L. Forsyth 4, 5 & C B. F. Brooks 7 S. L. Forsytli .,,80 Geo. Cummin^s 9 G Edna Button 7 7 E. F. FrVe N 80' 0 8 B. F. 'Fry'e • N '75'.' •{ 8 J. .P.- PRIDE J. P.. Pride 1, 2, 3 & 4 W. M. Frraier 6 & .7 . P. Pride 8 to 24 Inc. . P. Pride C . P. Pride 8, 9 & 10 . P. Pride 15, 10, 17 & 18 . P. Pride 3 & 4 '. P. Pride 21 & 22 '. P. Pride 13 to 24 in;. 1 1.05 1 2,10 3 2.10 5 1.05 5 1.05 6 2.10 6 3.15 0 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 .70 .70 10 3 1.0' Mrs. W. A. Orrell 9 & 10 4 2.1' Henry Adams 7 & 8 C 2.1. J. G. Howard 1 & 2 7 2.1' A. & E. Bradford 1, 2 & 3 8 3.U CRICKASAWBA ADDITION G. E. .Cross (Continued from Page Five) CITY OF BLVTIIEVILLE Al.USON ADDITION Name Hilda Small J. J. Johnson llill Williams Mary Collier Mary Collier R. L. Roberts Lloyd Macklin Ellen Tuller S S i 6 7 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 G 3 O 1 $1.75 | I 1.75] 1 1.75 | 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 club handed invading golfers from ' BlythevUle a decisive defeat in an ; upset, the old apple cart and howf" • '.-.'•"\ This Way or that .'.The_cancel!atlon of the Fordyce- Biytheville game here Thanksgiv- _ing.is. being taken In several dlf- "fprent ways V fans. A large num : K?r'are genuinely sorry that the P.ei' Bugt will not come here so that-' fans in Northeast Arkansas can get a glimpse of the wonder team. Others declare th;y would rather see the Chlckasaws matched 'against some team of even strength for the Turkey Day struggle than to play door mat to the high flying Fcrdyce crew. Before the Princeton team left for CWc»to, the Princeton students lUtcd an old-fashkmnJ ri«t, O'Ooofty sayi that ,was Just, to accustom the Tiirers to th* atmosphere. the lads either came home flat np- ' >n their shields or with armloads >f choice breakfast bacon. Most of the Georgians, we are :old, came from small towns. T<is- sapolous, Smith and Downes ha'.v respectively enjoyed the metropolitan experiences afforded by Savannah. Macon and Chicago. Maddox and Leathers hail from Douglas and Athens, Ga. Cap MafTet !• from Toccoa, Ga. Tackle Rose is a Valdosta, Ga., boy. Tackle Davis if from Griffln. Ga. Roberts' home !•; Albany, Ga.. and Chandler co:ncs from a north Georgia village called Carnesvllle. Dickens Is from Ocllisi Ga., and Buster Mott comes from the big town. Atlanta Though most, o! the players art from flag stops, they have bcei >rokcn in very well j:i bl?-cily foDt- bali ways. They can find the'it waj around a gridiron with amazing ac- Jernlgan <J) 95, four and Adkison (J) defeated Wol- inter-club tournament yesterday, jlort (B) five and four: Matthews according to reports I (J) defeated Gee (B) five and fcu- The Cralghead capital goiters ^ utnn (J) 101 - defeated Lyman (B) •on 12 out of 17 matches, it is stat- x KnA follr : n " dle y <J) 8i - <<> eated Bunnisler (B) 92. five and tree: Hnm (J) 107, defeated Chnp- :! (B) 104, one up, 19 holes. to See Action It U hardly likely that Coach Henry Hudson will give his first string more th»n a few minutes workout 'at Osceola Friday and will probably, let the Papooses carry the blc burden against the Eeminoles. The Chicks rate top-heavy favor- and Hudson will probably be with a small margin of Th« < I ormtdable T*chmen from curacy. New York University was suspect, ed of a bit nf unnecessary JosUln' in the recent game u-ith Fordham when Halfback Jim Murphy wa Only a few members of the Bly- hevllle club made the trip. The ourney 'was the lost for the Ely Uievllle golfers this season. Results. of • the matches ore a< ollows: Halbach (B) 73, defeated Envti (J) 80, six and five; Turner (J) 82 delcaler Lcntl (B) 63, three an ,wo; Askew (J) 81. defeated Bax- ;er (B); 88. three and two; Lough ridge (J) 82, defeated Thomas (B 88, fou rand three; Purjcar u> 8: defeated Gulp (B) 91, two and one •emoved. with his ears knocked askew. We haven't scouted the Georgle team for Coach Chick Meehan. bul cannot refrain from passing aloiv the advice that his boys i>e 5e:i- tlem»nly. with the Georshns. it i should occur that one of the Georgia gentleman's ears be scramble in the forthcoming contest, il wcuk not be beyond the pale of rcasor to expect 'he Georgians to star scrambling Uie Violets' cars righ back. Y»te could tell New York U. tha the Georgians fight. Memphis will play th? Chicks Armistice Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11. here | The Chick mentor will hardly take that swell limousine?' chances on injuries to Ills aces before that gan-.e ar.d two games in <ivs days in a sir.?nr.o:is tusk for any eleven. CO-WORKERS 'Why did you greet that n-.jn "He's a colleague." "What work does he do?" "He signs the letters I typr."- jLustlge Kolner Z*ilunf!,..Gclogne. Read Courier News Want Art-, HOM THEATRE All wei-k. RITZ THEATER Monday (list lime today) A Love On least Smith - Willis Stock Company Presents'W. M. Orchestra The It' Girl Four Act Com:dy Drama: with I Feature Vamlovillo ' between Acls. | Time—7:30 o'clm-k ! Adm.—25 niiil ;M),. | )ne Lady Admittcil Free! .vith one Guiitlemen psid AJ-i iiission. i Monday Ni^lit Onlv. Personal Communication To 0«r Readers Near And Far Buy Better 9 8 1.7f Clyde Robinson 11 & 12 8 3.5 Mrs. Q." Whltworth 14 8'. 1.7f 1 & 2 10 4.2' . 4 10. 2.1' 10 11 1.7' 5 & 0 13 2.1' WVi 4 14 .5' 5 14 1.0' 8 & Q 15 2.8f DAVIS ADDITION" R. A. Nelson '.10 7 1.7 C. J. Evrard W 20' 9 17 .4 E. W. Robinson E. H. Dealt. Eva T.. Morrison R. M. King A. M. R. Branson A. M. R. Branson Will Pyles DAVIS 2nd ADDITION E. F. Wilson America is not a chtap nation. Our people arc not shoddy people. The American standard of living is known the world over a& better,—better homks tetter things to v.Bar and to live with, . better ant cleaner foods, better education a n ( amusements and above all — • bettti working conditions We build up, no down. We move from one lob to a better Job, from oni home to a bttte. home—up and up not down. \VA 4 '4 ADDITION Eli 3 3 4 3 6 & 7 3 Lot E of 7 3 E 40'' 9 3 8 3 .6 2.K 2.10 2.1C 1.05 2.10 4.00 7.35 :. L. Hyde J. P. Pride J. P. Pride '. P. Pride Unknown J. P. Pride J. P. Pride 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. Keuter srnoivisioN A l.CO A .80 A 0.80 B .40 B 1.20 B l.UO C .80 i C .80' D 4.80 E 1.20 E .80 3, 4 & 5 9 & 10 E 15 & 1G E 18 & 19 E 21 E 23 E 1 to 0 inc. 11 &: 12 14 1G .80 .Efl .40 .40 F 3.74 F .80 F .40 .40 18 to 24,inc., F 2.95 1 to 10 iiic. G 4.20 13 to 24 inc. DAVIS 3rd P. Z. Macon P. -Z. Macon Irene Walker Irene Walker W. H. Hall W. 'H. Hall A. P. Johnson' 5 4 2.1' Frank Martin 10' E Pt 7 4 .2 W. E. Mathis 8 4 Eva Morrison Lot E. of 8 4 E. F. Condrey 10 4 Anna Snide 7 5 Anna Snide W!~ 8 5 O. E. Cross 11 0 J. W. Alley 1 & 2 7 T. E. Hendrjx 3 7 J. W. Alley "' 4, 5 &' 6 7 L. M. Ross ' 5 9 2:4f : P. B. DOUGAN ADDN. L. M. Ross 3 1 .2! L M. Ross 6 1 '.21 L. M. Ross N 1-3 7 1 .07 L: M. ROM 8 1 .21 HE.VRN 2nd ADDITION Roy Little. W14 2 A .53 Roy-kittle . 3 A 1.05 .HIGHLAND. PLACE ADDITION Minnie Brewer 4 1 1.05 JomvWhifsitt 11 1 C. 'W. Holt 11 2 Lola E: Tomlinson 14 2 O: .C. 'Campbell E£ 12 4 John Q. Hargett 13 4 John .G. .Hargett W',1 14 4 Ferguson & Cooley • 15 E. L. Moss S 100'. 15 6 G 5.03 5 H .40 6, 7, 8 & 9 H 1.60 11 H .40 12 H .40 15 H .10 J. P. Pride 1C to 20 inc. H 2.00 A. A. Ahert 21 to 24 inc. H l.CO J. P. Pride 3 to 22 Inc. I 8.00 S. G. Lee 9 J 40 J. P. PRIDE SUBDIVISION J. P. Pride 14 to 2J ire. J 4.28 J. P. Pride All K 5.03 J. P. Prido All L 4.80 1. P. Pride 1 to 9 Inc. M 3 GO 1. P. Pride All N 5.09 CLYDE ROBINSON ADDITION Woman's Club 1 3 McKenzie '' • 33 McKcnzie W!i 4 3 iienry Redman 5 3 1.40 1.40 .70 1.40 l.or 1.05 l.Of .53 1.05 .5? 1.05 .70 HIGHLAND PLACE 2nd ADDN. wii'i her pollshcdlco- slar , of Sinin'^rt.," n n il "The laughing Lady." CLIVE _ BROOK fi QiiKonount Qiclitit Comedy—"Ho( Dog" Cartoon—"My Sal Gal" Matinee—10 and HOc. Xiglit—15 and -10c. Now Let's Trade Up Cheapness is not economy . . . not thrift . . . inot .constructive. Cheapness in itself is destructive—it tears -down. It chtapins the morale of auslness, of industry, of the people. Full Value For the Price 'l hat's Our Policy. Ne\v Quality Merchandise . . . Xew Lower Prices. Instead of cheapen- in? things we mnke them better. Instead of taking out value • to meet a price we ' put In extra value. No fshe fronts, no •mideadtng adrejtlaa. menls. Because "It's better at the Giard Leader" it's cheaper—not cheap, Trade Up» Not Down HUY BETTER THINGS AM) HUY FOR LESS HEHE 1 hanks for reading this. Grand Leader GCD. L. Millr HIGHLAND PLACE . TION C. M. Baxter Ii. M. Ross 11 Walter E. Taylor L. M. Ross L. M. Rcss 7 7 1.05 2nd ADDI RICHARDS ADDITION il. W. Holley 1 A 1 75 McBride 9 A 2 43 Minnie Little 7 C l 75 W. Blythe 6 E \ W E. W. ROBINSON ADDITION lenry Adams lenry Adams Unknown fancy-Carr Elenry Johnson Vinnie Chatman Mary Cos A. Hyle Fred Whimper Janeter Brown C. E. Neighbors Hiram Taylor Ike Wells Marie Baker Vernon Clayton T. H. Hughes Lid ge Wilson Chas. Campbell Percy Smith Isaac Inman A. C. Reynolds RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDN Tom W. Jackson J. H. Harris Geo. Williams Church Clyde Robinson Edna Alice Baker T. L. Haile 11 7 12 8 3 9 3 11 8 11 1.05 2.10 1.05 1.05 1.05' SUDBURY ADDITION Mrs. Gertrude Soutlnvorth 5 1 Mrs. Gertrude S;uttiworth HOLLANDALE ADDITION S. F. Beard 7 & 8 F. Simon 1 & 2 Mark Williams 3, 4 & 5 Uaphat-1 Saliba E'.J 9 Eaohael Saliba 8 H. "M. Curtner 11. Gus Hardcsty 1 & 2 Hardraty 3 J. P. Pride 95: J. P. Pride ' /98 1 J - p - Sanders 1 47 J. F. Sanders rj .49,E. J. Broun .49 .49 HOLLIPETER & SHONYO ADDITION Jessie Wood .10 1 .35 Rachel Bragg 2 & 3 4 .70 Geo. Taylor 5 & 6 6 .70 B. A. Ship 13 G .35 Irregular Lots in Sec. 9-15-11 Chas. Bradford E Pt. SW corner SE SE 6.13 Irregular Lois In Sec., 15-15.11 Cotton Poll R. R. C C D .98 Criscb Ogle D .50 John Ewing SUNNVSIDE ADDITION Henry Redman Lot 8 Frl. \V\i NW 18.70 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 Trrcjtular Lots Subdivision 16-15-lli Joseph Hollman Clyde Robinson Frl. 20 4.90 Luella : Mann Clyde Robinson Frl.'20 2.10; Tom Ma tthcws JONES ADDITION I Crisco Oelp T. J. Mahan W 8' 5 2 .28 ' 6 T. J. Mahan E 62' 6 • 2 2.01 MATE DANIEI.S ADDITION A. Bradford I & 2 1 1.75J Jim Howard 4 & 5 1 Jeff Waters 14 1 Jeff Waters E',4 15 1 MARSH ADDITION H. B. Willis N'.i N 2-3 3 . 2 H. B. Willis N',4 N 2-3 4 2 W. A. Snodgrass All S. H. Eastburn S 10' 1 T. A. Little 3 & 4 Laura A. Collins Est. 7 Will McCulIers SUNRISE ADDITION" j;j5|E. W. Robinson 10' I 1 1.05 1.05 .82 .82 1 12.25 3. .70 4 4.90 2.45 Laura A. Collins Est WW 8 4 1.23 " "" 3.10 T. E. SUBDIVISION Reves l. 2 3 ,t 4 WEST END SUBDIVISION John King 19 j ( Lula Brandon 31 | Crlt Johnson 35 \ Hawkins Furniture Co. :> 2 Sally.Flynn •.':, 2 W. M. Hudson 19 ,t jn 3 WEST GATE RFl'MT Dantel Morrow ^ n J. W. Bader 3 6 MORRIS ADDITION | C R. Layman 3 A- 4 n E E. Pooe 1 B 2.451 TILLMAN'S 1st ADDITION Betty Alley 7 B 2.451J. E. Tlllman 4 i ' Betty Alley S'S 8 B 1.23 MORRIS ADDITION Betty Alley SH 0 B 1.23 1'. Z. Macon N 40' 10 C 1.87 All .r>3 HARRIS ADDITION Formerly lat S B fr . Lots t n 16-15-11 A. Raphael Sallb.i All persons and corporations interested In said hr<; s are hrreb'v notified that thej- are required by law to p.ppsar within four weeks and make deftr.sc to this suit, or Cio sale w'll be taken for cmfessod a-d Onal .iudrmcnt will te rnter«l dffecting the sn!j of ;iid land'-, for 'he -purpose cf collecting said taxes, together with tlie payment of Interest, penalty and cost allowed by law. , W. W. HOLLIPETEH. Chancery Court Clerk.- By Harvey Xforrls, D. C.

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