set (ARjU COUniKTt NEWS FRIDAY, •;.ocTonr: ^ ^ W^^ 4^ ^ _ _ ' •—~—- T^r^rr^r-LV^^-^—- — --__^ ,......._-. -— Ulu ; 1 .') .1". UJI Klj .'10 jj),.., gould Bulldogs Beat Chicks at ParagouldTBPf ill BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufcv |f)MI| ni|in|| I Tn '»»»'»»»»«« MU! -^S^T™^ »«r™;^r-;- mn life .nn.A.j 1 ^-—:—snJUHllillliyiLHB JSS^-Bu&fls arr." M "" fc . .«a,I;-£S'«s ^.^ss^r Chicks Score In Final . . -Ouarter After Bulldogs 'Count Twice, rThc BIytheville Chicks suffered their third defeal. of the season at the expense- of their ancient riv- 'als, the Paragould Bullelogs. at Paragould yesterday by a score of 12 to 7. .. .Tommy Short, spark plug of the BIytheville team, was carried from the field in an unconscious condition after a hard tackle. A tem- .porarv injury to his neck rendered Short- unconscious but two broKen ribs will probably keep him out of the Jonesboro game here next week. Purtle. pass sns<r- gin? end. sustained a snrainctl ankle and Wilson, substitute end, suffered injury fo n couple of ribs. - The Bulldogs pushed acres? one ' touchdown in the first half and! another in the second before tl.e Chicks succeeded in making their lode touchdown In the final quarter. ,A blocked punt naved the way for one Paracould touchdown. The Bulldoes rushed a punt by Short and blocked the kick recovering the ball on about Blylheville's 20 yard line, i The Bulldogs scored several plays l?t_er when a fast back slipped across the goal line on about an eight yard run off tackle: The second Paragould touchdown was' scored on a sustained drive down the field. Extra tries failed after each touchdown. °: .With the end of the game near and 9 crippled line-uo on the field the Chicks started on their scoring drive. On three passes the Kramer Klan chalked up a touchdown with Jimmie Lee Brooks receiving a pass'over the line from Mosley and racing across the Paragould goal. Beck smashed across the line for the extra point. Beck played' 'an outstanding game for the Chicks crashing the Paragould forward wall time and again for gains. Elmer Llndscy, substitute guard, played a fine game. , ill lUyiriU. Hcofe &KE The recent refusal of the Big members of the Big Ten profess Ten, or Western Conference, to Willis Glasgow's request to ba allowed to coach at the University of Iowa, stands out ns a. startling- example of the Court House, between the! c!i:u:o moroy. DEFEND TITLE1 CLifF Pflf Annual Tournament Starts Sunday With Youthful Champion .Playing Ware The annual tournament for the Rolf championship of the. Blylhe- ville country club will yet undcr- way Sunday with John Caudill, youthrul champion of the club, defending his title won In 1931. Caudill will meet R. N. Ware, Jr., In the opening round of Hie championship play in which ,12 other members of the club have also been entered. Three Mights have been announced by the. tournament committee of the club, Oi>o is the champlon- •'"i* flipht while the second .and . ... ^ third flights contain other mem-j be- required io execute bond wllh From » 0 19-19 Draw .With Memphis Eleven. : JONESBORQ-" Ark.—(SDeciaD— Risin? to full fury In the last half trie .Golden Hurricane of Jonesboro high school battled its wny to a 13-19 tie' with the h'iehlv ' touted Memphis Tech hieh Yello.wlBc.Vsts at the Arkansas state college field last nieht. Jonesboro staged • a brillinni, comeback in the final ' half after the Yellow.iacksts had threatened to walk avi-ay with the earnc In easy fashion st the start. Tech ran acros s its first touchdown when the frame was only a few minutes old and scored the r»conrt a few minutes later on a beautiful 20- y.-trd na^ from Enos to Tintou With Tech leadine hv 13 noinU Jonesboro beean its first show of power .which wa= to develoo into full slreneth in the wcontl half Pushin? down (lie field th» Hurricane succeeded in mnWn? the first touchdown a^ninsl Tech this season on a short pass. Louis Youn?. the outstanding leaver on the field, made a Tech victory seem certain soon after the last half onened when he rammed across for Tech's third touchdown after the -Yellowiackets scnsn- tional passing attack had put the visitors in scoring nosltlon. Undaunted bv the two touch- flown lead of the highly touted vWfors the Hun-Jcnnr- camr- brvl- •while Roachie Smith, nll-stato with s'.rrgine power. Chargin? Isnrri and low the Hurricane forward-; riotisd the Tech line to shreds halfback, headed the offensive naude with able assistance from been threat- of Ihe handicaps an athlete faces in his fight for a'place In the world after, he has done his dying for dei\r old Alma Mater. Glasgow might be saW to have put Iowa on the mnp In the ycarfi when he roamed the Hawkeye gridiron. He was chosen in-many All-America buckflelds. ,. It was.his .desire, to study law. After his football days :: atf-TQwa were over, he played professional football with the.Chicago Cardinals in order to .get enough money together so he could return to Iowa and complete his course. • • • * Thou'Shalt Not Coicfi This year Osslo Soleni. Iowa's new coach, wanted to use Glasgow as n part-time coach. The remuneration would be. small,,but' very helpful .to Glasgow, now a senior law student with a family. So Glasgow applied to the Big'Ten for're- instatemem as an amateur. But the professional game has been growing swiftly in tlic last few years. And it Is no secret that the pros play a far better game. technically; than rrtost of the colleges in the country, better' even lhan (he brand served by several of the Western Conference schools. This :ls 'explained rather easily by the fact that a professional team.' especially n- big '-league Is composed of experts from major •'universities', arid it stands • to .reason those nost-grad- uates are more skilful than green the hands. circumstances of case seems to make it not only an injustice, but. an' Ingratitude. Football Results Pine Bluff 20, North Litfle Rock S5TATE A. ft M. 0.' Ream and Stroiid. Smith, who hav- enine to pro places all nisht slashed off right tackle cut back and outraced the Memphis secondary on a JO yard taunt for Jonesboro's stcord touchdown. With Jonesboro fans nlead.m:! for another touchdown. With an ex- responded Trith a sustained mar^*in down the field featuring Smith who fin»lly ran the ball over fo' toother touchdown. With an ,tr» point needed to tie the scom Ithe Jonesboro ace galloped of rfcht tackle for the needed tally. , -Joo*a)oro wss on Its *'ay do* tl» JleW again when the gam • ended. r,-L » * "• ni'lt Ihe application was denied, anil | Tech o as a sort of explanation, it. was said that such applociations always have been denied. The Big Ten 1m n rule.which prevents players who Play pro football after leaving college from acting as officials of Big Ten games or obtaining coaclilng positions at Big Ten schools. Thus is rewarded one of the boys who helped to nil Ihe stadium seats and the box office till. * * * Okay, Grandma! A high official In the Big Ten tells me that the rule is mcnnt to atscourage boys from becoming professional players. There mny b« one or two reasons why the universities assume this grandmotherly attitude toward their football offspring. It Is possible Hint the Big Ten floes not want its coaches tainted »y outside commercialism. That Is tl'.c optimistic viewpoint. Another reason may be that the Big Ten fears professional football competition whlch m | ght cut do . vn »S Ten box office receipts. That •s the point of view a jKssimtst robably would assume. The first reason, obviously enough si.ly. T.-.ere is nothing to pre- -nt a graduate of Minnesota for "stance, accepting a hlchly ] u 'cra- "« Job at Wisconsin, wh'lt-h oicn Henderson State 7. Arknnsns 15, Jonesboro Monticcllo A. & M. G state Teachers 6. Hendrix (I. - Ouachltn 0. Hi^h School Warren 7. Bauxite 6. Ix>noke 0. Bnlesville 0 Woi>c 13. Behton 0. Walnut Uideo 20. Corning 0 Carlisle 13, Marycll o. Prescoll 70. Rnssellvillc 0. Harrison 7. Western Grove 6 Cnmden 34, Mftlvern G. Mufrreesboro 19, Hot Springs Junior HUfh 6. Bcebe 12. Stnttgart 6. T.ewisvillc 12, Ashdown n. Paris 0. Greenwood o 'tic). Noruhbt iG, Steoliens 2. Chldestcr 13. SInndard-Umsted 1 Van Buren 33. Springfield 7. CrossetL 7, Dermott 0. Conway 7, Hcber Springs 0. also . - - Big Ten. why shouldn't a man be ac- who his The line seems very faint indeed" nl Surely \ot 1L Sitm Dollar Coined in 1195 . -MONTROSE. tMo, (UP)— Sp'ak- fcH of old money, Clarence Wil- ,B«nis Mont rose, has a silver dol- that WM coined in 17»5. The is in perfect condition and luuv H 11 down in tne family, from one genera- t». the naft.' ' Want the Big Ten wants to professional football t<!CMCC , might one day become grea or than £e college ga,i,._there teem,: t be more room for , 0g " Mcms '' ^id°h^T^ 3Tens ^ NOTICE Is hereby Riven that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance wllh (he terms of ilccrce rendered by the Chancery Court for (lie Chlckasawba District of Missiistppl County, Arkansas, on (he 27 day o[ f.'epteni- b?r. 1932, wherein H. D Talc was Plaintiff, No. 5057A nnd T E Tide, ot al., were lisfomlanls. will sell :tl public auction to the hi'jh- i.-sl and Dost bidder, on a credit of and Addition to illvilieville. Arkansas. -nM rt,;\ alC , Wll !, b<! h!ul io saUsfy snid d?crce in tlie sum of §517.'iO, will ten per ccnl Inln-pft from Scomber 26. 1932. The purchaser at said sab will bo required to execute bond with npprovr-d security, to secure 1 (he payment, of th; purchase- money, iiiid a Hen will j,c retained upon Pronorly PS additional socur-i Splcer. Lula' ' is hereby given that irsigiiert commissioner, In Lumimancn with tiie terms of a decree rendered by the Chanceiy Co'.irt for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County Ark- oi«2s. on the 2(1 day of £V:ptem- ter, 1332, wherein American B & I-. Asr'n and W. L. Deloncy Tru-ice. ware plaintiffs, No. . 5277 aiirt Kos Chafflu, Ida Cliaffin u y (hire months, at tlw front door I 11 " lar (lle payment of such pur-i and C. R kn'lwvck' we're n n r^,i'" of [tin r-mii-t. Hnncn i.,,i,..,.„., , \,~ t L-h:u:o mnr.-'v i,,,,.,, ...... .. .' . . uticnu- anls. win sell at n r |lur - lien said property ity for the payment of such chase m.on?y. WilncM my hand aim lh of said Court, on this, Hi 0 o, '.f,, of October, 1932. ny R. L. GAINES Commissioner in Chancery 10-22-23 City of BIytheville. Arkansas', on tlie 12th dny of Nuv.-Mnbc:-, 1!)32, llio followiiH! rertl estate, to-ivlt-' Fractional East Half o! Section 35, containing 132.77 acres according to the Oricinnl Government Survey, find the east twenty (20) acres O f the Southwest Quarter of Section 35 nil In Township- sixteen ufi> North, naiijje Twelve '12) East, containing Iji all 157.77 acres, more Or less. Said sale will be liail to satisfy , said decree in the mini of $8,145.74,1 with e; per cent interest from September 27, 1932. Tiie pui'ctmei- nt said sale will Witness mv hand nnd HIP s°a!! Io the hiuhcsTasid teM.'bidd"r on' .f ™w .Court, on this, the 21 day-. a en-lit of three-months, at the! dcci ' ce of October. 1932. , ^COMMISSIONER'S SALf; NOTICE is 'hereby given that the undersigned commissioner in 1 ™'npliance - with ' the terms of s ...- „, „,. ,,,.. „ - rce rendered by the Chancery •he Court House \ f" Urt for lh . e Chlckasawba Dis— :- - uuiirs prescribed hvi °^ Mississinpi Countv, Ark- Cominisslonor in Chancery. I law, in the Citv of BIytheville ' ? nsas> on tll ° 2G Sav of Ssntein- 10-22-23' Arkansas, on the 2f>th day of Nov' )9:i2 ' wllcrcin American B v.rvr,^"'SIGNER'S SA1.K | ember. 1932. tii« following real NOTICE Is hereby aiven that —- ' ' ' the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of a :cr rendered by the Chancery n. I,. OA1NES, I fiout doo- of the . between the hour 1'. Pride's . theville. Arkansas. L. Ass'n arvrt W. r,. Delonev. Trus- J? c - we'e Plaintiffs, No. 5276 and and 18. Block "C"'j 5' ™-.?l'iecr. Lula Spicer, Everett •'s Sub-division to lily- ' ' J- J - Wlson were Defendants, will-sell at public auction to tlie highest and best bidder, on a — ~ .,-.„. ^ 9 i ft,. f edit of three months, at the ansns. on tlie 2C day of S.;ptcm-i«. with ten per cent interest fro'n front <Ioor of ' th e Court House in B. & > September 2C 1932 ' " ' 3cis of the club. While only members of the championship flleht (»-e ellsible for a chance at the club title the committee has announced that any player placed in the lower flights may te advanced to the championship flight by notifying club officials tit the clubhouse of his Intention to enter the first flight and try for the title. Prizes will be awarded winners of all three flights. Play in the first round is to start Sunday and all tirst round matches must be completed before Sunday, November C. The matches will be over the IB hole route at match play. First round pairings in the three flights follow: Championship Flight U. N. Ware, Jr. vs. John Cmul- Leo Llntzenlch vs. Rodney Bannister. • B. A. Lynch vs. Bernard Oooch. R. F. Kirshner vs. II. T, Gulp. C. M. Buck vs. John Lent!. John Waterman vs.. C. L. Lint- zcnich. E. B. Gee vs. W. T. Barnett. Second Flight O. G. Caudill vs. Sroit Harris. Jeff Roland vs. Cecil Shane. C. M. Baxter vs Farmer England. G. E. Keck vs. U. S. Branson. Byron Morse vs. John Finley. Bill Afilick vs. Sam Novrls. U. S. Branson, Jr. vs. nil-named opponent. Third Flitht A. O. Hudson vs. Jack Curlln. E. B. Lvman vs. Floyd Acton. Bill Higglnstm vs. Boh Barnes. C. S. Lemons vs.-tJoyd Wise. G.' G. Hubbard vs. Frank Whitworth. C. W. Volliner vs. Bill Wunder- llch. Jimmie Boll vs. Fre-d Flecman. J. A. Leech vs. O. P. Moss. C. J. I.ittle vs. W. M. Burns. Lute Hubbard vs. Edgar Bormn C. A. Cunningham vs. Eddie B David. Sheldon Hall vs. im-nnmecl opponent. approved security, to secure the •m-ninil of Ihe purchase money. .i;id a lien ivill be retained uuon said probity as additional security for llin nayment of such pur- "se money. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 22d day of October, 1932. H. L. OAINES, Commissioner in Chancery. Frank C. Douglas, Atty for Plaintiff. 10-22-20 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby stiven thai Ihe undersigned commissioner, in compliance with ' the terms ;of n decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District- of Mississippi Countv. Arkansas, on the 26 dav of September, 1932, wherein American B. & L. Ass'n and W. L. Delonev, Trustee, are Plaintiffs. No. 5278 and Jo? L. Scruggs. Essie M. Scrubs. B. E. Reynolds, Hattle Reynolds wore Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by. law, in the City of BIytheville, Arkansas, on the 25 il:iy of November. 1D32. the following real estate, to-wit: Lot 3. Block "D," Richard's Addition to the city of Bly- tlicvil 1 ,;, Arkansas. Said sale will he had to satisfy ?ai<l decree in the sum of $2,<!07.71 _ with ten per cent interest from Jlllv 31. 1932. The purchaser at said sals will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, and n lien will be retained upon fund property ns additional secur- Itr for the payment of such pur- chnsc momy. i Witness my hand nnd Ihe seal of said Court, on this, the 21 day of October. 1D32. R. L. GAINES, Commissioner in Chancery. 10-22-23 COMMISSIONER'S SALE Rumrunners Ship Liquor 3,000 Miles DETROIT (UP)— Distance Is no object to rumrunners operating in the Detroit area. Tiiey are transporting lini;or.< trle-J of Mi^sksmpi Coirnti'. Ark- made in Walkervllle, Ont.. 3.000 : ansns, on the 26 day of S.eplem- NOTICE is hereby Riven that the undersigned commissioner. In. compliance with the terms of a eloeree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chicknsawba D's- Court for the Chlckasawba Dis-! Said sale will be had to triri of MLsslssinpl Countv. Ark- ' said decree in the sum of -?Htem- f 47. Wltll fnn 1932, wherein American L. A'.'/n and W. L. Deloiicv. Trus- • lee, were Plaintiffs, Mn. 52-19. and Grange W. Bush. Floyd Simp- BOII. Edilh Simp.'on, Cecil Shane, were defendants, will sell the at public highest and auction to best bidder. on n credit of three mouths, at the front dcoi- of the Court House, between th> hours prescribed by- lav.'. In the City of BIytheville, Arkansas, on the 15th dav of November, 1932. the following real estate, to-wit: Lots one and two, in Block 13, flu?? Addition to Blyttavlllc, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy snfd decree in the sum of SI .490.- R8. with ten ner cent interest from May 31. 1032: also the sum of S13.80 v;lth inleiTst tli?reon at the rate of lO'^ from August 26 1932. The purchaser a! said sa!« will Le required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of tr-.-j purchase money, and n lien will be r"iainri! noon pnid pronerty as additional security for tlie payment of such pur- clinse money. Witness my hand ami the seal of faid Court, on this, flic- 21 day of October, 1932. R. L. GAINE3. Commissioner in Chnncerv. 10-22-20 NOTICE is hereby SALE Piven that mlles to dlstrlbutlcii points than one mile from the distillery. I bcv - 1M2 - wherein American B. Ass'n nnd W. L. Deloncy. Trus. . . Arrest of two men at Dearborn. lcc - werc Plaintiffs, Is'o. S2SI. nnri Mich., recently disclosed that. tre> Mnttle T - E. A. Haynes, rumrunners shipped liquor frotri i Mnmie E. Cox. Carl Haynes. Lexis Wnlkervillc to St. Pierre Island, in " R ^ cs ' L ™ tt B Sisk J. W. Hnll. the St. Lawrence Gulf, thence in L! "" ic """• Newnrk. where it was trucked tack j "' „ to Detroit. I W .,...-J St. Pierre Island, a French ' et al. were Defendants. session, is n clearing poinl smugglers along the Atlantic sen- bo.ird. because it enables tiiem io escape the tax of $9 n gallon on liquor sold In the Dominion. ^f": will sell al public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between (he homx prescribed by law. in the City of Blvthevllle. Arknii- i sas. on the 25th day of November, 1932 ' tlle roll °wtng real estate to- Mid-West ' Has More Harvard Honor Students j i^t a. Block 25. Biythe _ I Hon. to BIytheville. Arkansas Auistanf To Help Check Cold Du»t HELENA, Mont. ftTP) — Add!-: ionaJ assistance has been allot'cd iVinthrop H. Wrleht, chief of the Helena assay office, after Wrieht notlried government officials (hat ic was weeks behind in checking Cold dust and ore brought in by- hundreds of protractors. The Helena.officc has been ex- iraordlnatlly b'us,v all year, checking sold samples f,»nt in bv the hundreds of men who have taken to the hills > to keen out of the bread lines by panning gold. The civil service commission has announced examination dates for an assistant to Wright, and he is expected to receive aid within n short time. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (UP)—Middle Western sohook led all o'.':i?r sections of the country in percentage of honor students S.T.! :o Harvard College, a comparison of the work done by last year's freshman class disclosed. In last year's class. 58 schools from the Middle West sent students to Hnrvard, 34.2 per c?:it of whom were honor students mi': only 3.8 per cent were tmsntlsfjic- :ory. Middle Atlantic stnlcs. wU'.i Sakl snlc wi)1 bc hncl to satisfy d ° n of $996.07, 93 schools represented, were sec-1 of October, 1932. ond. with 323 per ccnl honor s with ten per cent Interest from Julv 31. 1032. The purchaser at said sate will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of Uio purchase money, nnd a lien will be retained upon snld property as additional security for the payment of such purchase monjy. Witness my hand and thp seal of said Court, on this, the 21 day R. L. GAINES. Commissioner In Chancery. 10-22-29 dents and 13.5 per cant factory, nnd New England state; with 121 schools, had 20.1 per con'.' , honor students and 143 p?r cent! COMMISSIONER'S SALE unsatisfactory. Gum Oieninr Champion OREENCASTLE', Ind. (UP) — Tom White had Just chewed 100 slicks of chewing Rum al one time for the Depnuw University championship when along came Herbert Tenneyson, . Indianapolis, who chewed ,110 sticks at once. ' ntw« want \N ha s p e r.m ,\ nenl teeth All It-it of tlic nlplial>ct excepting J are fonnit In E7.UA 7:21. The musical character ts Ihe G or TREBLE CL.EK. NOTICE is hereby riven that tlic undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms of n •ce rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chick.isawbn District of Mississippi Countv, Arkansas, on the 26 dny ot S?ptem- ' ber, 1932, wherein American B. & i L. Ass'n and W. L. Delonev. Trus- I t«?. were plaintiffs. No. 52G4 and ; .1. T. Goodmnii and M. M. Good! man were Defendants, will sell . at public auction to thf li!t;li ! nnd best bidder, on n credit of. Hireo months, at tt'i front door of' the Court House, between the 1 hours prescribed by law, la the : City of BIytheville. Arkansas, on I the 251U dny 'of November 1932. the following re-Rl rsUtc, to-wil; the undersigned commissioner. In compliance with Ihe terms -of n rfncree .rendered by the Chancerv Court for the Chicka?nwb;i District of Missis3h>pi Conntv. Arkansas, on the 20 day of Srotcm- ber, 19,12. wherein Americ.in R. & L. Ass'n and W. L. Delonev. Trustee, were Plaintiffs. No. 517R nnd J. W. Fraser, Anna J. Fri=er. Grimes Lumber Company, Hubbnrd Hardware Company. N. O. Nelson Manufacturing Co. Alvin T. Ear!?. Mary E. Efirle. Wnrd Investment Co. Byron Morse, Trustee. Joe p. Prido. W. I. Wheat, ct nl. were Defentlants, will rrll at oublic auction to the hiehest and best bidder, on a credit of three months. nl the front door of the- Court House, between the hours prescribed by law. in the City of Blv- theville. Arkansas, an the 25th day of November, 1932, the following real estate, to-wit: Lot C. Block "A" of Itio Joe P. Pride Sub-division to the citv of BIytheville. Arkansns. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree In the sum of $1.377.74. with ten per cent Interest from March 1, 1932. Tlie purchaser at Enid sate will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment of the purchase money, nnd a. lien will be retained upon snid property ns additional security for the payment of such pnr- chnse mon?y. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on Ihis, the 21 day of October. 1932. R. L. GAINES. Commissioner in Chancery. 10-22-29 The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with between the hours prescribed by law, in the City of BIytheville Arkansas, on the 23th day of November. 1932. the following real es- approved security, to secure tlie ? lnter - 1932 - 'he following real e: payment of itv purchase money ta ! <! ' '°- wlt : and a lira, -.vii; be. retained upon }£*' 5 1 ?*'?."- ° f lhe J ' P ' said properly as additional secur ' Sub - dl vision to Blythe- ity for the payment of such purchase mon?y. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 21 day ol October, 1932. R. L. GAINES. Commissioner in Chancery. 10-22-29 ville, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum' of $1.023.52 ... . - -. $1,023.52 with ten per cent interest from Scmember 26, 1932. The purchaser at said sale will be required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the I payment of the purchase money , and a lien will be retained upon ; raid property as additional secur- NOTICE is hereby given that i-l V -/° r lhe - Payment ot su< * COMMrSSIOVER's SALE the undersigned commissioner in compliance witli the terms of n decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawbn District of Mississiupi Countv. Arkansas, on Ihe 26 day of'Septem- ber, 1932, wherein American B &: I.. Ass'n anel W. L. Deloiiev. Trustee, were Plaintiffs. No. 5273 and N'. C. Connelly. Ninnie Connelly, B. W. Dark were Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front eloor (if the Court House, between the hours mescribsd by law. In the City of BIytheville. Arkansas, on the 25th day of November. 1932, chase money. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court, on this, the 21 dav of October. 1932. R. L. GAINES, Commissioner in chancery 10-22-29 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner In compliance with the terms of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on the 26 day of Feplem- ber. 1932, wherein American B & L. Ass'n arid W. L. .'Delonev'. Trus- Ihe following real estate, to-wit-1 ' ep - w «re Plaintiffs'. No. 5280 and Lots sixteen (1C), block five ' *" "' '" '~ " (5) of Highland Place Addition to BIytheville, Arkansas. Said sale will be had to satisfy snid decree in the sum of $1,098.!>5, with- ten- per cent interest from Julv 31. 1932. The purchaser at snid sale will be required to execute bond with noproved security, to secure iHe payment of the purchase" money, and a lien will be retained upon snid proncrts* as additional security for the payment of such purchase money. • Witness my hand and the seal of snid Court, on this, the 21 day of October. 1932. R. L. GAINES. Commissioner In Chancery. 10-22-29 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms 'of a decree rendered by the Chancery Court for th? Chlckasawba District of Mhsissinpi Counlv. Arkansas, on the 26 day of September, 1932. wherein American B. & Ti. A&s'n and W. L. Delonev. Trustee, were Plaintiffs, No. 5263 and Music Ganno was Defendant, will sell at nvibllc auction, to the hlzh- cst and test bidder, on n credit of three months, at the front door of Ihe Court House, between the hours prescribed by law. in the City of Bivtheville. Arkansas, on the 25lh day of November 1H32, the following real estate, to-wit: That part of the Enst one- half of the West one-half of the West one-half of the southeast quarter of Section 9, Township 15 North. Range Eleven East. Iving North of West Gate Addition nnd South of the right-of-way of the B. L. & A~ s. Railroad. SMd sale will be had to satisfy said decree in the sum of Sl.522.ll. with ten per cent Interest from Julv 31. 1932. The purchaser at said sn!o will be required to execute uoiid with anmovert security, to secure the iwvment of tl\j purchase money and n lien will be retained unou fald prooerty as additional secur-1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE NOTICE is hereby Riven that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms 'of a rendered by the Chancerv Court for the Chlckasawbn District of Mississinpi Countv. Arkansas, on the 26 day of September, 1932, wherein American B. i L. Ass'n and W. L. Delonev. Trustee, were Plaintiffs. Nr>. 5174 and Alvin T. Earle, Mary E. Earle, Ward Investment Co., were De- f?ndrmts. win sell at public auction to Ihe highest anil best bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court Hous?. between the hours prescribed by law. in the Citv of BIytheville.' Arkansas, nn the 25th day of November. in.?2, the following real estate, to-wit: Lots .seven and eight, block one. Pnrk Addition to Biytne- vllKv Arkansas. Said sale will be had fo satisfy snid dcerc? in the sum of $1,166.25. with ten ner cent interest from Jtf.irc-h i. 1932. The purchaser at said sab will be required to execute bond with noproved security, to secure the payment of thi purchase money. find n lien will be retained noon =Md prooerty as ndditionn! secur- Uv for the payment of such pur- rims;' monfj'. Witness my hand nnd the seal os snid Court, on this, the 21 day of October. 1932. R. L. GAINES, Commissioner in Chancery. 10-22-29 COMMISSIONER'S SA1.E NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned commissioner, in compliance with the terms -of a (lecree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississinpi County, Arkansas. on the 26 dav of FoWem- ber, 1932. wherein American B. & L. Ass'n and W. L. Delonev. Trustee. were Plaintiffs, No. 5223 and Horace Wakefiolrt and Era Wake- neld were Defendants, will sell at ""bile auction to the highest find bidder, on n credit of three a t ti lc f ront door of the . Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, In the City of Blythevilie. Arkansas, on the 25th «ay of November, 1932. the follow»«: real estate, to-wit I ot Eleven. Block "C", Barron Mllv's Addition to the City BIytheville, Arkansas. My for the payment of such pur-j Snid s<> i c wi n bo'had to sattsfv "' " sni;1 d:crcc tn the sum of $507.72. with ten per cent interest from Mav 31st, 1932, The purchaser at said sale will "* required to execute bond with approved security, to secure the payment ot the purchase money, inoi:;y. Witness mv hand nud the £»! of f.alri Court, on this, the 21.day of October, 1932. R. L. GAINES. Commissioner in Chnucerv. .ltXM-39 J. W. Bader, Miriam Bader, Tennessee Agricultural Credit Corporation and T. W. Smith, wer? Defendants, will sell at public auction to the highest and vest bidder, on a credit of three months, at the front door of the Court House, between the hours prescribed by law, In the City of BIytheville. Arkansas, on tha 25th day ,of November, 1932. the 'fol- / lowing real estate, to-wit: - ; ' '~Lot 3, of thfc J. W/ Bader l'< Addition .to BIytheville,, Ark- / ansas; ''''.' Said sale will'be. had'to satisfy said dsc'ree in the sum of $2.075.80 with ten per'cent' Interest from July 31, 1932. The purchaser afisaid sals.will be required.to execute .bond with approved • security, to 1 secure the payment of tlie .purchase money, an.d a .'lien.'pill.be retained upon said .property as 'additional security for the payment of such- purchase money. Witness my hand and the' seal of snid Court, on this, the. 21 day of October. 1932. '. "'. " • " ' . . R. L. GAINES, Commissioner in Chancery. - 10-22-29 ATTEND ANNIVERSARY- WEEK AT THE RITZ THEATER Sunday and Monday Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 35c See 'Once in a Lifetime' the big howl of the movies with Jack Oakie Sidney Fox Zasu Pitts, Louise Fazenda News and Cometu. A special feature Sunday— Willie Trotter will sing Irving Berfin's ::Sav It Isn't So." HOME THEATRE Sunday tnd Monday Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 25c See The Dark Horse' \vith Warren William Novelty Reel and Comedy.
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