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PAGE Sit BIG PIES FDR Pine Crojis Make Ricke Big Broker; Rich Club Slnnd in Line - Trills It DJO .sci'cnlh of a *rrl of i.nti<-k-s on The Snuirlrsl }l,'i III ItiiM-lKill—llrnnrh lllckry, II limiti iH-liinil (lit- uorlil (liamplci -SI. l/}llK CanJrnyl.s.) 11V IIAIWV ttllAYKON' S|)ulls CtlMor, M:A Srri-irn Powf.ssinM Jink' money, the S 1-otiis Cardinals found k almos lni))os!fil)li> to comixne with Ui liclior clubs in bidding for prom j.'iin;/ pl:iy<'rs. Tho fabulous prices of ffOin $25, 000 to SI25,000 for minor leagni M«rs nnd prospects were just coin iiif? l»to VORUC. Rriinch Rfckfy him l:cen luuky lo entlier $10,000 tot-ether with \vlilcli to purclm.sc .Irrssc Httlnc.s from tin 1 Kansas City Miic.s In (lie fall of 1919. It seemed like a vicious circle. The rich clubs boiiRhl (lie good players, therefore hnd the best tennis and the largest income from attendance. Rickey saw this as early ns 1910, uhEii he assumed the nianntjcment of the Cardinals and occupied tho office of president, us well. B. R. purchased 11 few shnros of stock In the Houston club, chiefly because lie wnnlcd the good will of thnt organization, and out of this and the conditions wlilcli made It dilficult for the. Red Birds to compete with wealthier outfits for material on the open market, grew the vast running system of Ihe St. Louis Nationals. SlriiggliiiB LVinlhials Faced Stern Opppsllion Rickey decided that H would be . impassible lo compete with Ihe more affluent clubs, particularly Ihe New York Giants, for some, years lo come. John J. McGrnw Bine the San Francisco Sculs"$7, r >.000 for Jimmy O'Cotmell, and the Ualtlmore Orioles S12.MO in cash and playere for Jack Upnllcy. Competition from Ihe well-fixed Pittsburgh Pirates and the Cincinnati Reds was a bit too much for the Cardinals, loo. Anolliw coni- petilor shortly was to become aggressive—Ihe Oiicago Cubs, with the William Wriglcy. Jr., millions behind them. In addition to their rivals on the playing field, the Cardinals had American League organizations to contend with in negotiating--for the pick of the smaller leagues. The immensely wealthy brewer. Col. Jacob Ruppcrt, was determined to pill mid keep (he N'ew York Yankees In the thick of Ihe fight. The broken-hearted old Roman, ChnrUw-A. Comlskcy, was attempting to rebuild "th"(T •Chtoai-o club, following tile Black Sox exposure. He went as far as to pay the San Francisco cl'.ib $12fl.00n for Willie Kniiim. The Detroit and Cleveland entries repeatedly raised the an'u when a player appeared ready to graduate. A short while later Philadelphia was to make itself ft-H willi $100,000 to Baltimore for Robert Moses Grove, $50.000 to the Portland Coasters for Mickey Cochrane, a sizable sum to Milwaukee for Al Simmons, and the acquisition of Rube Walterg and others at fancy prices. ' ' . t .. Rickey Decides to Heal Olhers to Prospects As far back as 1310, Rickey believed that if he could «o Out ahd tie up youths aronnd • 18 and . 20 years of age. and patiently coach them for three or four years, some of thnn might equal the $100000 boys. Several years ngo the Cai-dlnnl system developed to the point where scouts visited high schools all over the country, and. while they did not sign lads in these institutions, obtained written promises that (he boys would deal with the St. Louis club first in the event that they elected to follow baseball professionally. Rickey definitely decidetl to go Into Ihe chain store business in a big way in 1921. B. R. sent the veteran scout. Charley Barrett, to trail a shortstop in the Western Association. The S!. Louis club, pinched financially, could not pay more than 81.000 for this particular bit of ivory. Barrctfoffered (hat amount The owner of the club felt that '[ Ihe Cardinals oflcrcd .SI.OOC -another big league club would - pay more, other clubs were eager to take the sliarp-eyed Barrett's recommendation. The Western Association owner negotiated with another club, and obtained $3.000 for his youngster. Rickey's answer to this was the purchase of half interest In the Fort Smith, Ark, club of the same circuit. He made up his mind lo develop lil s own players. * * « B.inner Crop From First St. Louis Farm Among the players who came from that Fort. Smith club were Chic* Hafcy, Taylor Douthil Pepper Martin, Wild Bill Hallahan and Flint R*hm. The Cardinals bought the Syracuse club the following year later transferring the franchise lo Roc'n- coter. The Houston club was taken over. The St. Louts club starts the 1935 season owning 10 or more minor league franchises outright, Includ- ing Rochester, of the Inlfrnnllonal; Columbus, of the American Association; Houston, of the Texas; St. Joseph, of the Western; BloomliiR- ton, 111., of Ihe Throe-Eye; Klmirn, of the New York-Pennsylvania; Sjirinttfli'ld, Mo,, of the Western A.ssoclntloji; Grmisboro, K, o,, of the. Piedmont; und Montgomery, of the Southeastern. These clubs repiv.sf-nt, $l,ri(XI,0(W In pnwrty iilonr- The Cardinals control two complete four-club Class 13 leagues, Ihe Arkansas Stain anil Nebraska ilp, to the fximt- of linvliuj llir right to select two player.s from each club. They have the pick nl the first lour |ilay<>i* of ut lensl seven other ciulis. They control more than :ioo player::. "It cost us money to operate or possibly an old performer Ills facial' make his debut here Wednesday night, against the wild and W0 oly Lon Chaney In the feature match on (he American Legion wrestling some nl our fiiini clubs in the earlier years," asserts Uli-key. "They were nol strong clubs wlir-n we tOOk llll'lll OVI'I-. "We bulli ihein up, JHU, i,, s ,|j t . JWe parks and furnished proper cq'iil|iiiii<iu. We did nils nt Rochester und Houston." ?liii In-Store System KCI-JIS Elinors Alive KIckcly says that partnci-shlp ciieriillon of jnlnnr leiigue fran- tilsi-s was not feasible, and lhat ipllonnl iigreemc-uts were uasnlls- aclui-y. "Our minor league chita are op- rated as separate units" ex- ilalned li, n. 'Teclnilcnlly they arc arl-s of our .system, bin, | (1 |- t . n ||ty I liey, are separate clubs, apart fron lie Cardinals, all basically self-sns atnfng, nnd operated within the .'tier and spirit of Ihe code so fa E the rulf.s reJnle lo the minor, nd majors." Where most major league owners uiglied ai Rickey's' farm Idea i ccude ago. today practically nil 'of lem have followed suit. In many Instances the support of iiijor league clubs has meant tin, urvival of minor leagues. St. Louts fnrin (cams have been iinost a.s succe.ssful as (lie parent ub. Rochester won (lags In ll.s rst four years of Cardinal nililla- on. lixcellcnt records hnve been ompiled nt Cohimbiis, Houston prlnglield, Mo., and Greensboro Thirty-three of Hie 35 men jio,, ider reserve to Hie SI. Louis club •e either direct or partial products Cardinal fiirms. or were obtained exchange for fnrin products The mis yielded Iwth Deans, DeLaii- cy. Collins. Medwick and Orsntt The siibsldlnries niiide lllckcy'the biggest broker in Die a minis ,,f [he buslne.ss. Other major league clubs look to him for replacements. DISTRICT HUE Wciner, Trumann Place Two Men in On All Dis I rid Team TRUMANN, Tnjinnnn and racli on all-star Ark. (Special) — Wolnor placed two the District I-'onr te:im and Mario) Florida, David And Robinson In "Blind" Triumph Florldn, K. jj. rj nv |<| nn(1 first une. Officials of Ihe lourney, ending Saturday nlf.ht when Welner defeated Truiiiann. 3S to 21, for the district championship selected the all-.slnr tennis. Day defeated to win In tin; lllylliwllk! Marion, 22 to 14 consolation play. .'.ilofl Tun-ell. '2I> lo 22, In consolation play ufter trimming Dill ami Rhnwiice in mps but war, further, being tnrller cojisdlatlo'n innble lo tidvanee El TO FflCE 1ERROB' Black Scorpion" Another Name for Lou's Opponent; Smith vs. Burns , Jirown by the nrrangenipiii of .he brackets back against Bay and Bay already tan-ing beaten Bly- licvlllc tin; hitter was autoiiiiilirnl- y pllinlnnted. The ull-slar learns follov;: l-'Jist 'IV.-ini Burjis, Marlon, forward. Harlan, Trumann, forward. Jones *o, Wehier, center. Mi-CiiJley, Wclticr, giuird. Th«in|Kon, Trumann, guard. Seenml Team Keller, Jonesboio, forward. Sony, Ilvy, forward. Speck, Shawnee, center. Brick, Marlon, guard. Hart, Wclncr, guard. KniinraUi* Mention I.lrcnse. Tag Collection ANDOVER, O. A set of Ohio ntilomobllc license jilalcs for every rear since 1902 Is owned by Fred \V. Sargent, wlio, 33 years a oivncji (his town's first car A new matman to npuenr here, fcature.s concealed, will card The \TOiiklv .- -•-•",i ,.T u.Muuiy ilaged on Monday nlghl but has )een changed lo Wednesday this week because of n conntctlng date with nalionnl guardsmen, the latter having n special inspection session tonight. Lon Clmncy's opponent Is listed is llie "Black Scorpion" and is called the "Masked Terror" • All of which means that Chaney will probably be scared out of his wits, if he lakes his opponent's Wiling (oo seriously. Chancy hough, is hardly (h c (, y ,, c lo go nroimil worrying himself sick about any "unknown" he might be called upon (o meet, even one with •such terrible names as Ihc firap- Pler (hc really must be human) who climbs Into the ring Clianey Wednesday night. with wouldn't be such u big surprise If Mr. Chaney, wlio has n rcputa- ton as a "mranle" to uphold, should be so- rude as to rip the mask right ofT the "terror" sometime during the performance They arc down for two out of three , - appearing that Die united Slates of America has commenced in this court n s'iilt lo nude-inn and enforce a legal claii .o certain tracts of land lying •--. D. Hoffman Tracts (Nos 33- 33a)-i38.(H acres. All those'.parts of the SEW. Sec. 35, T 15 N R 9 E. and the sw« NEW SB". NW'/,, E'/, SWV,, sec. 2,' T H N, R 9 E. lying weslerly of the itistcrly side of Drainage District No. 17 lilght-ofWay, containing US.O-4 acres,, more i; or -less, estl- natcd a.s lo .value- nf $4.50 per falls in t\vo hour or less limn, preliminary' match. out of three falls, one hour two less. Professor Ralph Smith, the , , --..-|.i. -Jin i ui, 1.111; Jackson, Tenn.. acrobat and tumbler, will meet Cyclone Burns who returns to Iho ring here after nn absence or several weeks or more. Burns is one of the Ix-.sl of the erapplers performing here, smith U fast am! aggressive and many fans think he Is n lopnotcher or (lie MlH-Sontlv Booking agency circuit that ill<: i w | Dlythevlllp WRESTLING ARMOHY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH C '' 0 imlh,n AN '' ;Y VS ' ' HI ' A(>K SCORPION Masked Terror 2 Out of 3 Falls, 2 ][„„,. Un ,|, (:YCi a iJURNS vs - RAi.ra SM m. .'ackson, Tenn. 2 Out nf 3 Falls. 1 Hrm r ,,j m , t jUJin-—^ "~~~ L, oron^i) ... 100. lht 9 ' ' ... n<M • Truly imatl people hov« bul one anwer. Tor. when everything's counlcd. Ihe Peobody offo.s so much morrj let one's money Hu-w't .,. - - -- , .,, „, ivaviii Hilt! mil Robinson itai f 0l . n , st ,,,.„,,. in u Wind bogey Loiirncy m the Blyllievllle country club Sunday snooting for tilt; -blind boijpy" imewherc between la and K strokes, each .scored nn 82 for Ihe nearest approach lo the nu'mlwr drawn, K,. Florida won on a draw for (lie ,-uvnrd, golf balls. U. S. Branson was next In line with nn 81 nnd J. p. i xl C. M. Tlnck turned In 7ir.s in Hie blind bogey event, cacti player was allowed to choose his own l;itijiljcaj>., Waller I#ai.l) country club nee nnd one of iln- crack golfers of ().c Mate, elei-U'd lo piny wltli n plus tlirec cup Instead of the usual minus handicap mill barely got within Hnitl. He turned In score of T.t, one Mow par for 18 holm, and adding three, he only had a 70 eiinl filll Pollard, B. p. Klrslmer am! K. n. Gee all fell below ihc 7f,- »5 field when their minus handicaps put them, below the n figures, i'nllard .shot n 17 w m, ., 0 handicap, Klrshner shot n 70 with 11 7 handicap and Gee a 'Kl with n C handicap. Deduction o( iiandlcap strokes lowered each net score below the competitive limit Jick Relnsma, country dull pro •aid a three-foni'-ium *„ , , 9 E, lying south nnd west of the north and r/ist- sides of Drainage District No 17 Rlght-of-Wny, containing 31,57 nci-f-s, more or lew, estimated as to value at $0.00 per nere, or n lotal of $!57.85. Parcel Pfve-Tlie Unknown Owner Tract (No 28)— tl!at '"" rl ° r N«NW'/l See. 10, , . , R 9 E, lying n 0 ,.t|, |lmj . ui the easterly i im | .southerly .side of H Wf . Kt Drainage DLstrlct No. 17 Hlght- - •-- «.-*. ,, IVJgJIL- of-VVay, containing 1248 acres mere or less, c-sUmalcd as to vul- r a' ' of $124.80. Parcel Six-Thc Nick Gurnniv. rrclrs 'Il'nct (No 32>51.83 acres. All of I/its 1 'i •] "«d 4, Sec. 28. T 15 N, R o' . . rantalnlnn 51.83 an iictual score of 73, $10.00 acres, ,.s I,, or . nt per acre, or u toial of SSlSao. Parcel Seven— The Mrs Mary K. Cady TrucL (No. 12)-37;i acres. All that part of the NVVK of the orlglmil survey In '' R 3 E, lying east, of District Ho. 10 I.evee ' '!' 15 N, Drainage night-of-Way O n,| weslcrly of I-OL 2 more parlleularly described n.s follows: Beginning ai a L o meaner corner A. p. G common to the west side of Lot 2 Sic T .18 N, R u E. t|,p,; c( , N degrees W 5 dis. to O. I,, o. N « de- Mi.ssls.sipp! lands lie- cornci- A. p. i ; mid being situate County, Arkansas, said . , ,„,„„ „,. ing specineally described in plain tilts complaint as follows'' ALLEY OOP MONDAY, MARCH 4 0*>NMADQ „ NOW? /* Hv Hnmlin . ,-. .. . -li>peN ""WHEN I ftPT OH TH'CtlFF ABOVE HER, you MUGS STArTT A FAKE ATTACK if THAT'LL GET HER SO — ; EXCITED SHE WON'T/ SEE ME UNTIL 1 I>ar-e " . tarts of the SE'/, acres. All iliosi SEW. Sec. n . '23. T 15 N ue held next Hun- Me or 'the IJral'nage "nis'rlcl 'NO n Right-or-Way, containing 2930 acres, more or less, estimated as 10 vnluc nt 55.00 ]icr acre, or a United Stales of America East- n District of Arkansas Joncs- boro Division. Be 1C Remembered, a District. Court Slates of r r. , ...... vii.i. Lu l-Il of Drainage District No. 10 of-Way; thence S I decree 15 " lll »"os E 13.41 chs. S, east -side or said Right-of-way: the,™ N 40 degrees E 7.03 -ehs. (o Be- Slunliig; comalnfng 373 acres more or Jess, estimated as to ™ Hie at $20.00 per acre, **" 0 - A " ° fsnici - Honor_. Martlneau, Judge presiding and holding said Court tin; following proceedings were had' to wit: February 7th. 1935. r,, u,,. United States District Conrl Pastern District of Arkansas, Jonesboro Dlvis-ioii. United Stales of America, No. 780 vs. At, Law 3'>2G't ncres of land In Mississippi County Arkansas. Order of Publication' Upon application of the plain- ; Ei-ces W Tu'o-Tlic chs. to east side to I" located m p Arka,«as Said suit beh^ an ac lion of the United State, of Am' Countv to condemn said la.id for United Ihe p-fiirti^s^a^s'Ei to (he Refuge, •« Court (hat the defendants, to-w and it, appearing Upon application of the plain-' D «('is. Rozell Davis- HIT .United Slnle., of America, dnlv i " =:ui - Jr -: L "cy 'B. Dean IT", J' U - n|1 l )ei "- i "B "'at Dic'^ 11 . 11 ' Orin F. Dean; total of JG2U8 The C. H. Kirklam! 5.08 acres. Al! acre, or 'arcel Three Tract (No. but part of the W 1 /. E 1 -. See 27. T 1C N. HOE, lying west and ion westerly of the cast nnd southeasterly side of Drainage Dis-- ricl Nc. 17 Rieht-of-Way.contaln- »g 55.G8 acres, inore or le.ss. esti- linled a s to value at $5.00 per acre or a total of $278.40. Parcel Four— The Marvin Dilldlnc Tract (No. 3D —31.57 ROXY Matinee — Friday, Saturday :mrt Sunday Only LAST TIME TODAY MAT. & NIGHT—lOc - 2Sc MAUY AST.OR, UOdKK I'RYOR and HAHY JAiVK in 'STRAIGHT FROM Novelty Reel Comt-nv Tues.-WeB.-rhurs. Tkt Woman Who Didn't Dare Talk Pears Out Her Stair! MOTEL PEABODY fox News T'aramounq 1'idoiial Comcily Trustee; Gus Davis,' Jr'- 1) Davis. Rozell Davis: J.' T.' Uean; o. p. —••>, iMfirv Di-Ury; II. W Driirv" binrtsey Pis i, er . Ir "' lr ^' : Marcus [,. iJo stcl . j,. .' if>- A. Poster: Mary N. rosier;' I Gurnow :rl HMMH -I HAVENT SEEN ANYTHING OF THOSE LGMIANS FOR QUITE AWHILE/ I WONDER "\ WHAT THEY ARE UP TO, THIS 15 GOIW6- TO BE A MICE LITTLE SURPRISE PARTY ' Annie Fisher; I. L. Fisher: Annie Y. Hanse'n; unknown heirs of Mary B, Maurcf; E. D. Hoffman; Edward Daniel Hoffman- .ydlu Hoffman; c. H. Kirkland- iharle.s II. Kirkland; Mrs. Churles II. Kirkland; Arthur E. Prince- Ashley B. Rozell; Dozier Thornton; Charles E. Wyatt; Margar- etle J. Wyatt; H. O. Hanson; New Sngland Sccurltie.s Company- Bankers Trust Company of si' -onis, Missouri; Big take Shooing Club; Rattan Mourn] Club; Unon Central Life Insurance Company; Paepckc Lelcht Lumber com- lany. are not inhabitants of anil are not found within this Dis- ricl, and nre non-reside ills of to State. And it appearing ... .ijjjjLtl L Jiff- l\J lie Court that the unknown heirs >f Ella M. Brown, deceased Black- Dai-i.s, deceased, of j. T. K - Poster; Lillian Gurno : iast Time Today -6M5 Ik & 25c lOc & 35c CLIVE INDIA * 2°"> CENTURY PlCTUKE I'aramoim) News Musical Comedy "Show Kids' Tuesday - Weds. Regal romance; noble nonienio and royal muticl See ihcne\vdanc« icmation "Dancing [he Viennese" itor Dean, deceased, of E' E Driver deceased, of Win. C. Dininavant! Deceased, of Leslie Gurnow. de- ensed, of Nick G union-, deceased of Cleveland Ournow, deceased of Virginia c. Hunt, deceased, of' w Isaac,. deceased, of N. Johns deceased, ol Andrew p. Jones' d»ceased, of A, B. Hozell, deceased. of Ora f.ec Sitln, deceased, and of E. T. Schneider, deceased, should be made parties defendant in order that they may assert any right, title, or interest they or any of them may claim in and to the said lands: (hat none of the defendants abo/e named herein have voluntarily entered their appearance lo this suit, and (hat personal service upon them cannot be had: H is hereby ordered that all the defendants above named herein, non-residents and unknown heirs, and each of them, appear, plead, or demur to the said complaint filed by the plaintiff. Ihe Untied States" of America on or before the 30th day of March, 10.75. and in default thereof thai the court will proceed to the hearing and adjudication of said suit, and that (his order te published in a newspaper of general circulation in Mississippi County. Arkansas, once a week for four consecutive This the 7th day of Fcb- 1935. John E. Marlineau, United States District Judge for the, Easlcrn District of Arkansas A True Copy I Herewith Certify. Bess Mathes, D. c. Dislricl Court of the United stales of America. Eastern District of Arkansas. Jonesboro Division. 7, sui jj Redding. Clerk of 'the District Court of (he United States for the Easlcrn District of Arkansas, in the Eighth Circuit, hereby certify lhat the foregoing writing annexed to tills certificate is a true, correct, and compared copy of the original remaining of record in. my office, at Jonesboro. Arkansas. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and the seal of said Court, this 12th day of February, in the year of our Lord, hundred and the Independence of the United States of America, the one hundred and fifty-ninth. Attest: Sid B. Redding, Clerk. Bv Bess Mallies D. C. one thousand nine thirty-five and of Edward Evcrell HoHon Katharine DeMillo Paramount News Comedv One-Third Try for Varsity CLEVELAND (UP)—More than one-third of the students at Case School of Applied Science are trying out for some varsity athletic team, according to a survey. A w and Service" • In assuming the management of (his cleaning- plant we, the new owners, fed a deep sense of responsibility to the people of Blytlievillc. We have a rcpntaiion of 18 years .standing to maintain . . . a reputa- •tion gained through conscientious workmanship nnd long experience . a ropiilji- lion for ."Qiinlily Cleaning." We intend to carry on in the same spirit. That , s what our motto, "Quality and Service sial stand for. We have some of he liest cleaning facilities in this part of the sfats: ami we have the experience. Our prices will be as low ns is consistent with good work. \\'c invite you to visit this planl, get acquainted with us and send us your cleaning with the assurance that it will lie properly done. Phone 180 MEN'S SUITS 50c LADIES DRESSES 75c MEN'S HATS AND F.ADIES ORESSES RK-SIZE1) AT NO EXTRA COST NU-WA CLEANERS Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dirkerson

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