The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1932 · Page 2
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.SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1932 m.VTUEVlLLE, (AR#.) COtjRtER Nft^S. . _^_ »>A<5Fi Negroes to Hold "Calendar Fair" Here Next Week trom S'agr om> hysteria ca:n? wlun tlie branch o! the National City Banli of New York ran into serlom trouble with the government whil? Inking photographs of the city fov I There w! publicity purposes. The War Office j pieremmg made t::o accusation that the picture..; «-crc actually for uss In case of Aiiimciin air raids over Japin. Foretell orru-s announced it attached "no Maine or .iu> pictoii." China Hides Time A rcctni American mov.e bnsed r.n Hip exploits of when A Calendar Fair, sponsored mid directed % negro citizens of rtly- thevlllo. will open Monday night at Tillman's park, corner of Cor- idge end First streets, and will be open for six nights, closing with r. "Ghost Walk" the following Monday night. .Hallowe'en. 'Ill be twelve booths, rn- tlie months of Ihc vear. • Monday night's program will j be featured by the "Dixie Min- I slrels:" Tuesday night tliere will ! l>n a fashion parade, Wednesday j niphl a prize leht, Thursday nl»ht I a baby contest, and Friday night I a high school stunt. Thr fiiir will •i-ican movie aax-u ; close with the "Ghost Walk" Mon- of navv fivers.croat- ! <'« night. October 31. ' ' ' Succial attractions will include a fortune teller, fattest woman, educated hen, and a wild man. Prizes will be awarded the "Queen rit a sensation In .lawi. Its '»' e - "»«' Ulver - s ' vss clinw'd to "The BombinT Cui-ps rf the Pacific" and it VM !o'd" to Japanese nudli'iiccb as an (.sample of 'the naval efficiency of diinserou-, r'.val. And * what of China's future course if the League of Nations fulls to evict Japan from Manchuria? of the Carnival." the most, ponu : lav baby, and tra best dressed wo- j ' Soccial scats v.-ill Ue reserved for . ] while ciifsts each night, and Rev. i O. T. Sims, the manager, has extended a special invitation to white residents of BlythcvlUc to China—vast "iid weak, but wl'.n , , lc jp tile ncerocs 0 { the comnnin- L; yslvln? their support to this undertaking rather than by indiscriminate, charity, which he [ £aid ofien proves demoralizing to | negro character. traditional Celestial patience—Ins method all her own. The Japanese milllrtry campaign been costlv to Tokyo. The n in has been forced off the cold standard, the yen has sunk to Ies r Ihan half its par value. For the j _ firs.t time in history, Japanese so- | HorSC WlHS Victory cnrities are lower than Chinese, j i /> . . »«•. and the government Is at its wits' j en:l as to how it can pay foreign ; to Solve Tax Problem In fnntoct Witri Aiitn At las'— one sure way out of the tax problem. Tired of paying taxes in Boniest TTHU nuiv -- o o Patrson Horwitz, 10-year-old boarding house keeper of Paterson doc leans due Ihis year and next. | NASHVILLE* Tenn. (UP) - A | N. J.. Is having her home torn down as shown here. And how ietn-£en a horse and an that help? She is going to convert the site into a cemetery bcc cemeteries are not taxed in New Jersey. Japanese taxes have mutiplied I contest between a horse and an I n.»i i.»in'> sho is eoini: to convert the site into a cemetery Dccaus several times over tfrom iO to 60 \ automobile turned out more or | per cent of taxes goes for war j less of a victory for the horse, ac- j s) but revenues ire far I cording to a suit filed here. Ralph i down "tlier» is a uaoii]- deficit 1 Barter, seeking S5.000 damages [ LESLIE, Mich. (UP!-Despite his, his farm every day. He takes a In the national b«o>ot • the trade I from L. F. Watkins. charged that 90 years, Robert Lyon, Civil war | active interest in all the work o balance is off 250 million yen, mil- he was a passenger lu a cay when , veteran, drives his car here from i the farm. liens of Japanese workmen arc it overtook Watkins' daughter. 12, n u ii^ ui o ,1 {j LI I itxiu uummcu n*\. -- . . „_ . unemployed and whole provinces astride a horse belonging to Wat- of peasantry are living on grass r.nots. The Chinese boycott against Japanese made goods still operates, despite the terrible punishment i: Shanghai, and industrial Japan must Icok to China's 400.000,000 people for the bulk of its trade. Despite its military success, the conquest of Manchuria has been an economic failure. Many millions of yen have been poured into t,hnt venture, and almost nothing has been returned as the region still is hi cliaos. Japanese army authorities in Manchuria estimate it will take them from five to seven years kins. The girl pulled over to the right hand side of the road. Hartcr said the car was moving slowly by the horse when the latter backed into the velu'cle. its weight crushing in the side and door. Harter says his elbow and three ribs • were broken. The horse was not hurt. SPF.CIAT, ASSESSMENT LAND SALE Notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned special com mlssloncr, will on SATURDAY, NOVF.MBER 5lh, 1932, within lawful hours, at the front door of the Court ]Housc Eiytheville. Arkansas, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the fo lowing lands located in the Chick nsawba District of Mississip County, Arkansas, to-wit: Police Chief Advises Spanking ATLANTA, Qa. (UP) — An old fashioned soanking for youngsters who load their cut-down flivvers with friends and race over city streets violating traffic laws and endangering themselves and others is recommended jiy Chinf of Police T. I , ,.,.-- j .t, > to establish order.. ..And China ! °- Sturdivant. He recommends that weak but very patient, is con- P areilL ' 1 of offenders provide the patient, evinced that Japan will be bank- ' spankings. L nipt loni; before that time. i , * i Hair will stretch one-fourth , of Head Courier News Want Ads. ' its> length and retract nearly to its 1 original length. . ' " . Hoover Receives Legion Heads Name Name Name Name J M Stevens J M Stevens . J M Stevens E A .Stacy E A Stacy . E A Stncy E A Slacy ' E A Stacy E A Stacy E A Stacy < Chicago Mill & Lbr Corp Chicago Mill & Lbr Corp Chicago Mill & Lbr Corp Chicago Mill & Lbr Corp Ft. of Sec. Pt. of Stc. Pt. of See. Pt. of Sec. S 28.34 A NE SE N of D S'i SE S of D SVJ SE NE NW NW NW SE NW- SW NW NE SE NW SE . • SE SE SW SE NE SW NW SW SE SW Cliicago Mill & Lbr Corp E 1 !; SW SW E A Stacy E A Stacy E A Stacy E A- Stacy • • . S * E The subjects of payment of the bcmis and repeal of prohibition did not come up when Uvo heads of the American Legion visited the Whi'.e House to pay their respects to President Hoover. Shown here, lofi to right, are Louis "A. Johnson, national commander ot the Legion, the President, and Col. John Thomas Taylor, head of the legislative ccmmittce of the Legion. Commander Johnson later declared, however, that "at the proiier time" the T,egion would push the mandates of the veterans' organization. E A Stacy E A Etariy • E A Stacy E A Stacy : E A Stacy J M Stevens ,T M Stevens O E Snider G E Snider O E Snider G-E Snider u E bnidcr G F, Snider Bob Veach 'J M Stevens R D Hardin T F Martin T F Martin E M Bryan E M Brian F. M Bryan E M Bryan E M Bryan E M Bryftn E M Bryan • ' E M Bryan Frank O Louden Frank O Loivclcn Frank O Lo'.vden Frank O Lowdcn Frank O Lowdcn Frank O Louden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowo'i-n Frank O I-owcien Frank O Lowden Frank O Losden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE of -D NW NE SW NW BW SE SW SW SW .NE NE SE NE SE NF, SW NE • NE NW NW NW . SE NW SW NW NE SW S of R SW NE Lot. <i NE NW NW NW NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE NE SE r:w SE SE SE SW SE NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE NE SW S. T. R. S. T. R. S. T. R. S. T. R. 13-H-9 13-H-9 13-14-9 23-14-D 23-14-9 23-14-9 23-14-9 23-14-9 23-14-9 23-U-fl 23-14-9 23-14-9 23-14-9 23-H-9 23-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 24-14-9 2G-14-Q 2G-14-9 27-14-9 27-14-9 • 27-14-9 27-14-9 27-14-9 27-14-9 27-14-9 . 33-14-9 4-14-10 10-14-10 10-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-in 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-H-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 17-14-10 20-14-10 20-K-IO 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 A. A. A. A. 28.34 25 45.50 40 40 40 40 35.97 40 40 31.94 40 40 40 20 40 40 40 40 83.15 . 40 : 40 40 - 40 30.98 30.08 33.M 38.50 .- 31.8G 31.86 31.M 31.80 10 3.01 42.03 40 40 •10 40 40 40 •SO 40 40 40 40 40 .40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Tux Tax Tax Tax. 22.32 2D.7G 29.70 14.88" 14.88 14.88 14.88 30.63 30.0Q 30.69 30.69 14.01 14.04 14.04 7^02 29.76 29,76 29,76 64.44 .31.62 31.62 31.62 -31.62 30.0!) 30.69 -7.30 7.28 4.50 4.56 4.50 4.50 14.34 7.13 25.41 29.7G 29.7G 31.02 31.G2 31.G2 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.G2 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.02 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 31.62 Frank O Lowdtn Frnnk O Lowden Frank O Lowdfn Frank O I.owden Fronk O Louden Frnnk O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frunk O l-owilen Frank O Lowden Fiinik O Lov'dw Fnmk O I.owdcn Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Finn!: O I.owuen Frank O Lowden Frank O Lo»'dfn Frank O I.owdcn Frank O Lowden Frank O t.owdrn Frank O l.owdfil Frank O Lnwden Frank O Lowden Frunk O Lowden Frank O l.owden Fif.nk O Lowdcn Frank O Lowden Frank O !,owdeii Fr.ink O Lowdcn Frank 0 Ix)wden FVauk O Lowden Frank O Lowdcn Frank O Lovde'n Frank O Lowdcn Franlc O Lowdni Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowdcn Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O l-owdcn Fr.ini; O Lowilen . Flunk O Lov.-(!cn Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowdcn Frank 0 Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank. O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frnnk O Louden Frank O Lowden Frunk 0 Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frnnk O Lowdeu Frank O Ixjwden Frank 0 Lowden Frnnk O Lowden Frank O Lowdcn Frank O Lowdcn Frank 0 Lowden Frank O Lowdfcn Frank 0 Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frnnk O Ldwd«n Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowdeu Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden. Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank O Lowden Frank p Lowden 'Frank O IxSwden ; Frank O Lowden .Frink O Lowdih Franlc O Lowd.en 1 Frani :p Lbw'dcn Frank' 6 ESwo3;h Prank O 'Lowtfen F/rink 0 .Loifden Fratjk 'O . ' O. . Frank -p. .L k P l*y NW .8W- SE 'SW SW SW NS ME NW'NJC SK NE SW NE NB NW NW NW SE NW S\V NW NE SE NW SE SE SB SW SE' NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NB NE NW NE SE NE SW NE NK NW NW NW SE NW SW NW N.E BE N\Y SE SB SE SW BE NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NE NK NW NV> SE NB SW NK SE NW NW NW SK NW SV0 N\V NE BE NW SE 3E SE syv SE NE BW NW 8W SE 8* SW SAY N.E NE. NW NE SE NE SW NE Lot 1 N* Lot !' NW Lot 4 NW Lot 5 NW NE '.SE NW 'SE BE SE SW ' SE Lot 1 W Lot'2 8W LoV ? BW Lot-4 §W Lot. 6 SW NE NE NW : NE St :NE BW NE HE N\V NW NW SE NV' SW NW NE :.SE NW iSE SE 20-14-10 20-14-10 20-14-10 21-14-10 21-14-10 21-H-IO 21-H-10 21-14-10 il,14-10 21-14-10 21-14-10 21-14-10 21-14-10 2J-H-1Q 21-14-10 21-14-10 21 -14.-10 21-14-10 21-14-10 28-14-10 28-14-10 21-14-10 28-14-10 28-14.1Q 28-14-10 < S8-14-10 < 28-14-10 28-.14.-ltt • 28-14-lp 2H-14-10 t 28-14-10 28-14-10 28-14-10 28,-llrlQ 28-14-10 29-14-10 29-14-10 29-14-10 29-14-10 29-14^.10 29,-lt-lO 20-14-10 28-14-10 28-14-10 29-14-10 29-1+-10 28-14-10 29-14-10 31-14.-W 31-14.-10 31-lf-lO 31-li-fo 31-14-10 3l-14'10 3)'W-JO 31-14-10 31-14-1P 31-14-10 31-14-10 3S-14-10 91-14-10 31-14-10 31-14-10 31-14 : 10 32-14^10 31-14-10 32-14-10 32-14'10 32-14-10 32-14-16 32-14-10 33-l4-l» 31-14-10 31-14-10 32-14-10 "Happy Warrior" Back on Firing Line Frimlt 0 auk. p'. f^iviwn Frank O'.Loi^eh Frank.O,Lowtlen ' Frank.' D Lovvden Franlc, ( b..Lq^tlen - - 7"'"' Corrirhonwealtlr Farm Loan.Lot ':-1 .'.NW'.'. . ."/.','' . . '.^.'.•'••t'i.. CommoiiRealth . Farm Loan[. Lot'' 1 3 . .NW.' '.,'.... . . ;;•; ;-4 ; Commonwealth' Farm Loan.NE SW Comnibriweiith Farm Loan NW ^W Com'monv.calth Farm Loan.SE 8W Cotrimonveplth-Farm Loan SW 8W Mrs Florence' Oxford Meadows NK SE . . . . „ .... Mrs Florence Oxford Mcado»'s 8W SE .'.. H E* Koonce Ira Crawford Ira Crawford First Natl 'Bank First Natl Bank Tom Lovelady L W Collins L W Collins L W Collins L W Collins L W Collins L W Collins '•#ii* i-14-ll NE S\V NW NB SW NE Lot 2 NE Lot S NE N'.t NW SW NW NE SW NE NE N\V NW NW. BE NW SW NW Commerce' Farm Crldder Co NE NW Commerce Farm Cridder Co NW NW Commerce Farm Cildder Co NW Commerce Farm Criddtr Co NW Henry Perdue 2 A In SW cor E',5 E 90 A NE . | Helen fVancc-s Bucharun E of L Fr'l NE W M Taylor Est. W M Taylor Est. W M Tavlor Est. Murrav Stcvart W M Taylor Esl. W M Taylor K«t. W M Taylor Est. W M Taylor Est. Unknown Unknown SE 8W Frl NE SE NW SE- NV4 SVi 8E 3','. SVi 3E NE KW NW NW SE NW sw NW E of L Frl SE NW E of L Frl NE 8W "OPEN SEASON ON BUNK!" ; "I HAVE BEEN GOING ALONG! 'THE LOVALTY AND DEVOTION | WHICH CAMS FOR A DRINK— •'-o'jted Al Smith arraigning Re-! with a couple of stitches and a. of the great Democratic organtra- of water—and a concluding appeal rntllcon campaign promises to the couple ol patches on the under- : . tion of this city will be »xertcd to for "Amctlcnrs to keep up their (icliiht of Tammanyites at the Tl- wear here and there . . . The great j the last degree in favor of the spirit and their devotion to this eer's annual ratification meetins] problems confronting government i election of Roosevelt and Garner." | country . . . and the bright star in New York. "We make no spe-1 is to make expenditure meet In-1 With a Democratic congress, said > shining In the East, guiding us clal plea to any particular class. | come." And how does Tammany Al, ths first order of business i Into the lurbor and the haven is W_- Ireat them all Blikel" And as feel now about Gov. Roosevelt's mi*ht be Senator Wagner's pro-1 complete and full Democrallc vlc- for economy— . i presidential c»n<IW«cyT— j hit>itl*n repekl bill— ! tory In November," Unknown E of L Frl SE SW Lee Wilson & Co NE NE Let Wilson & Co NW NE Lee Wilson <fe Co SE NE Lee Wilson & Co SW NE F A Robinson E 2-3 EVj NW International Bank in St. Louis W 1-3 EVi NW : F A Robinson NB SW 8 E V«ll Krl SE NW S E Vail Frl 8W Rebecca Patterson SE BE J T Fargason & Co SE SR J T F»rg«8on & Co SW SE J T Farfiaon dc Co SE SW J T Fargason i Co SW SW Ernest & Harry Taylor S'.i N J2 A NW NW 3-14-11 5- 14-11 U-14-11 11-14-11 12-li-ll 12- 14- I 1 12.-H-U 16-14-11 15rl4rll 16-14-H lS-14^11 15-14-11 15-14rl! 18-14-11 18-14-11 11-14-11 11-14-11 5-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 M4-12 6-l«rl2 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 17-14-12 17-14-1? 17-14-12 13-15-H IS-lBtU 13-lS-ll 13-15-11 13-15.11 13-li-ll 13-15-11 14-15-11 H-15-11 16-15-11 11-15-11 19-16-11 19-14-11 2»,1C 29.16 41.37 S3-U-11 40.35 48.97 40.35 49.53 35.93 25.80 40 39.8! 39.81 40 40 40 40 29.43 20.35 16.75 40 40 40 40 53.33 26.66 40 31 11 « 40 40 40 41 16 Myrll<! Bout-land NE NE J«r* Hill N 00 A BVi NW Mrs D M Cullfr NE NE Omcr' Lutes Lot 3 NW 8E Mary Calhrrlnc Retce Frl SW SW Norn McKlniiey NW 6E J T FnruBson Co. NE SW. J T Farwson Co NW SW Oils Cro*- 8E NE Mrs John M Taylor Sli SE SE Mrs John M Taylor Sli SW SK Mrs John M Tuylor NF. SW Mrs John M Taylor NW SW :.;.s John M Tuylor 3E SW Mrs, John M Tnytor SW SW Lee Wilson & Co ' NE 3\V Lcc Wilson & Co NW SW Lc<! Wilson ft Co SE SW to .Wilson A: Co SW SW Led'Wilson .t Co NE NyV I>ec Wilson ft Co NE NW'. l-ee Wilson A Co SE NW Uc Wilson .\( Co SW NW Lee WIKun .V Co NE 3E Lcc Wllbon fc Co NW SE I.tC WlLscn £ Co SE SE L«' Wilson .t Co SW BE Lee- Wilson A: Co NK SW LW Wilson ,V Co NW SW Lee Wilson <t Co SE SW Lcc Wilson *i Co SW SW Lee Wilson & Co NE SE Lcc Wllf.on fc Co NW SE Ixv Wilson Jt Co 8E SE Uc WrLsou A: Co SW SE Uc Wilson b Co NF. SW Ue Wilson Jt Co SE SW Ix« Wilson A: Co Fr! all W'.i SW Uc Wilson A Co NE NE Lee Wilson & Co NW NE Ue Wilson & Co SE NE Lee Wilson .V Co SW NE Lev Wilson'& Co NE NW Li'C Wilson A Co SK NW Uc Wilson «i Co Frl nil W'.i NW Lcc Wilson A Co NE SE Lcc-Wilson ft Co NW SE UC WilEOIl « Co SE 8E Lcc Wilson * Co SW SE ttt Wilson & Co NE SW Uc Wilson & Co SE SW Lfe Wilson * Co Frl nil W'.i SW 33.N Lie Wll«on & Co NE NW Lee Wilson * Co NW NW Lcc wqsorf ft Co SE NW Lee Wilson & Co SW NW U<; Wilson & Co NE 6W Ue Wilson *f Co' NW SW Uc Wilson <k Co SE SW Uc Wilson A Co SW BW L« Wilson i Co NW SE Uo Wilson i Co SW SE Joe R'Baker NE RW Joe R Batar' NW SW Joe R B«*er SE 8W Joe R Baker. . SW SW Uc Wilson & Co NW NW I/re Wllspii f: Co ' SE SE Ue Wilson i Co SW SE Lee Wilton & Co NE SW Ut WIlMii If CO Orlg. Sur. NW SW U« Wilton it Co OrU, Sur.'SESW ttt Wilson & Co Orlg. Sur. SW8W Jcc R Baker EVj NE NE Joe R Biker; E 4 A W'.i NE NE Jo» R" Baker! EK SE NE Joe R Baker E 4 A W'.i SE NE Lee Wp'son & Co Lee Wttton * Co Lee Wilson & Co Lee Wllsdn i Co I^t WiltoVi tc Co lij, Wlltoii A Co te.c Wllspn i Co I.c(! Wllsoji A Co : " ; 27.90 NE SE NW SE SE BE SW SE ', NK S\V \ , NW 8W SE SW EW ffrV NW' BJE SE f>K SW 'SE NE SyV Frl W15 SW NE HE NW NE 24-10-11 24-15-11 25-15-11 M-16-11 27-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-H 31-15-11 34-15-11 36-16-11 35-15-1) 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15 35-15. 4-1 - 4-164-16 4-15-12 ' '* 5-19-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 5-15-11 5-16-12 6-15^12 5-15-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 6-15-12 5-15-12 G-15-lli 0-16-12 C-1B-12 C-10-12 C-16-12 0-15-12 8-15-12 7-16-12 7-15-12 1-15-12 7-15-12 7-15-12 7-15-13 7-15-12 7-15-12 1-16-12 1-16-12 7-1S-12 7-16-12 1-15-12 7-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-13-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 B-16-12 0-16-12 '9-15-12 9-15-12 8-15-12 9-16-12 8-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 16-15-12 15-15-12 15-16-12 (7-15-12 17-15-12 17-1S-12 17-15-12 17-16-12 17-15-13 17-1&-12 17-16-12 17-15-12 17-16-12 17-15-13 IT-16-1? J8-15-12 40 ' 80 40 3S.79 35 40 40 50 40 20 20 40 40 40 38.40 38.1B W.7D 39.15 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 69.58 40 40 ' 40 40 40.3C 40.30 61.43 40 40 40 40 40 40 62.08 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 . 40 40 40 40 <0 40 40 ' 29.87 39.94 39.94 20 4 20 4 40 '40 40 40 40 40 40 40 . 4' i SW Np NE NW N,W NW Sfe NW • . SW NW • N;E 'SE ' r4W SE ' "SW SK NE E>T NW. 3^ afc sw SW 3W Frl E'i NW NW NW SW NW NE SW 6 of R SE SW R E & A 31.07 31.00 31.00 31.07 .84 7.25 11.96 11.96 11.97 11.97 18.13 11,13 11.18 18.13 2SM 2544 25.14 2».94 19.34 11.13 9 JO I.N 7J4 14J« 14.H 13^4 1146 l,tt Co Co . Co" Lj£ Wilton i Co L« Wjli(on; (t Co' l>t r Wlls6h <St Co #6'Wilson <it Co Le«'.Wiliort i Co. Lee. Wilson & Co Let.Wlbion i- Co 0 E Crltgcr C ' E Crljjer C E Crlgger C'E Crlgjrer Louise Chapman Louise Chagmiaii S of SW 'SW Johii M Taylor E L i Ruth Hale K-lifi nilth Hale E L & Ruth Hale E L A Ruth Hale J H Ball J H Ball- ' Henry Nipper J M Taylor J M Taylor Edith .Hale llowcrton Edith Hale Howcrton E 35 A NW NE, •. ' ' Wiley Bros W 5 A NW NE Edith Hale Hovrrton BE .NE Edith Hale Howerlon E 35 A SW NE ' Wiley >3rOs Wiley Bros Wllty Bros . WUey Bros . Wiley Bros Edith IJile Howerlon Edllh Hale Hovertcn J N Thomlfon J N Thomason J N Thompson J N Thomson J 'N Thomason J N ThCD»son All W of L SE NE NW NW NW • SE NW SW NW NE NW NW NW NE NE SE SE SW SE NE NE W'.i W 5 A SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NE SE NW SE NE NE NW NK SE NE Frl SW NE Frl NW SE 8W 8G Lee Wilson & Co NE 8E Lee W'ilicn <t Co NW SE Lr* WiUon & Co SE SE Lee Wilson & Co SW 3E Lee WUson & Co NE SW Lee Wilson As Co NW SW L»e Wilson A. Co SE SW Lee Wilson & Co SW SW C E- Crlmr SW SW U-15-12 18-15-12 18-15-12 18-15-1? 20-15-12 20-15-12 M-J6-12 ' *P-J5-12 20-16-12 M-15-1'2 20-15-12 2p-l_6-12 a'0-Jp-lZ 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 2P-15-12 20-16-12 20-15-12 50-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 33-15-12 23-15-12 26-15-12 27-15-12 27-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 30-15-12 30-15-12 30-15-12 33-16-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 32-16-12 32-16-12 32-16-12 32-16-12 32-16-12 32-18-12 32-16-12 33-16-12 33-16-12 40 40 48.50 « 67.0ft « 40 24.11 11.16 11.11 11.47 27,90 . 31.6» 31.M H.04 8.37 8.37 25.42 25.42 28.32 33.48'' 33.48 . 33,48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 10.1H 18.19 25.02 33.48 33.4!i 33.48 33.48 33.74 33.14 51,35 21.86 21.86 21.86 21.86 2557 2557 39.21 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 31,62 31.62 31.62 31.62 24.18 24.18 25.42 25.42 25.42 25.42 9.30 9.99 0.99 8.T7 7.78 S.TJ 8.77 11.18 2.23 11.16 2.23 21.35 21.35 21.35 21,35 30.41 20.41 20.41 5S 96 2.856 18M 28.96 20 » 21.60 38JJ4 24.65 2465 24.C5 .40 40 •40 40 .40 40 40 40 40 40 40 70.86 39.98 30.95 40 6 5 23 40 40 40 40 40 40 20 40 40 40 35 5 40 35 5 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 38 SI 20 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 18.60 18.60 18.60 18.60 ia.fe 20.46 20.46 20.46 '15.34 15.34 15.34 16,34 1351 33.48 33.48 7.44 1.31 1.31 1.32 27.93 37.93 27 S3 27.93 16.74 16.74 7.44 8.37 3.37 33.48 29.76 4.19 33.48 29.76 4.19 33.48 33.48 • 33.48 33.48 29.76 29.16 30.55 30.55 30.55 26.17 7,36 13.39 23.72 23.72 23,12 23.72 29.30 29.30 29.30 29.30 29.16 S«id land will be sold for the purpose of satisfying a decree rendered, by the Chancery Court of the Chtckasawba District of MiMlMippl County, Arkansas, on September 36, 1932. in the case of Grusjr Lake 4 Tyronra Drtinags District No. 9, Plaintiff, vs. Cer- Uln Land* and E. A. Stacy, Et Al, Defendant*, agalnrt said land lor a special awes»nuit due thereon, together with court costs nn-l altorrrty's fees, sild asaewmeftt being set opposite e«ch tract or land.' ' ' . Witness my hand this 22 day of October, 1932. Jt-L. Oalnes, Special Commissioner,

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