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.NOVEMBER 12. 1932 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS How Election Modified National Prohibition Map SHIER BOTTLE 'Continued from Page Onei restricUoas on this revivified ueer are off. Ecer will get ft big stimulus, In addition to the definite prod of the electorate, from the fact lhat the fovernment needs money, QIH! needs it tadly. Any aid beer ve'.:!cl bring lo unemployment or tlic srnln surplus y.'ould be a help, too. These factors are going lo be important to fence-sitters l'.i Congress. There "'ill be literally scores al beer bills thrown into the hopper as £0:n as the gavel falls/ In lact there arc scores' left over i:om last cession.. The Judiciary Committee will have to hold hearings, \veed out these with very high or unlimited alcoholic content, and pick one which seems likely to get court approval. This will be fought bitterly both in committee ana on the floor, for (he drys are going to battle every Inch -of the way. 21 Drys Vanish If modification ' slioiild be t'ocked in the "Lame Duck" session, it is certain to go through In seme form when the newly- elected Congress meets In response to an expected call from President-elect Franklin D. Roosevelt after his inauguration March 4th. For the astounding overturn In the recent election completely changed the complexion of Con- Bress. The "Lame Duck" Congress Hues up: House, wet 188, dry 247; Senate, wet 31, dry 65. But the new Congress will line up: House, wet 323, dry 25, undeclared 86; Senate, wet 61, dry 30, undeclared 5. Thus the drys lose 221 seats in the next House and 35 in the" Senate, almost a complete reversal. It is thus clear that In the nexl session House and Senate wil both be Democratic and wet b> good majorities. The platform on which it was so overwhelmingly given power promised: I. Repeal of the 1811 amendment by proposing a re- pealer to "truly representative conventions in the states called to act solely on thai proposal." 2 Pending repeal, immediate modification of the Volstead act to legalize beer and. other beverages Frnnk Miir- cnm .. 10 [( Kpt 7 4 .27 HKARN * PKHRV ADDITION PAGE THREE j Myi-ltc Sjvlor 1.15 Unknown W M Wrlglil 3 M Jonl?, HIGHLAND I'l.ACE ADDITION Minnie Brewer 4 1 1,1; Jno. lirewer Jno. IJri'wrr Cooley 1.13 .S7 1.13 1IOI.LANDALE ADDITION 11 M Klrtner u o .5:1 HOI 1 H'KTKIi A SHONYO ADD'N llolll|ii)tei' & Shonyo 8 5 ,30 HolllpDtei- iV Slionyo 4 0 ,38 Hclllpolei- K: Slionyo D 0 ,38 IKKEG11I.AK LOTS Mnllle Lane Frl NW NE Sfe 15-15-11 3.15 MII.I.KK .t GKEENI.EE ADD N Mny Siio'Frtrrar ,... 7 1 1..W .Mny Sue F-iirnir E'i 8 1 .75 MATE DANIELS ADDITION ,llm Hounrd 4 1 1.13 Jim Unwind 5 1 1.13 MORRIS ADDITION E E Pops 1 B 2.62 ORIGINAL SVilVEV K'VILI.K "i T Clnlues <M 1.50 I'.MSK ADDITION Gordon Cnrincii 5 1 I.I' S L Fotsylhe 1 0 1.11 K I. I-'orsyllic 2 0 1.13 CLYDE KOB1NSON ADDITION n l*j Slutc Lmw 1=3 Accept C'oiijjrfos' DHJnjIlo* H| Dry Laws Kirvire Wet Vot-a Andrew J. Volstead, lef(, who wrote the most cussed ;> ,,d illscu**,d law cf this ftn liiry and «hos«. a tempest in Con-res., (hat may overwhelm it. Right, Crimed in t border beer bandwagon. "f 13 J'tars :i£o now faces "of such alcoholic permissible under tlon". content as is the Constitu- With' 'suiff'- a trcfnendous' majority, the new : Congress is certain to modify In some way, even If the "Lame Duck" Congress does not. ,1 ;.-cw to Bepeil But at tne i-oov or :iie matter lies the .IBtti amendment. The Dcmor.ratic position is clear. repeal, turning matter to the li^s complete back the whole and clearing the federa Constitution of any ' specific mention of licuor. Its demand that the . federal government use its power' to "enable the states to protect themselves" against out- sid-; liquor traffic, does not imply any substitute •amendment to take he place of ths 18th. ' Attorney-General Mitchell, however. believes that if a substitute amendment seemed to Congress necessary to give the federal government -power to- protect drj states, such a substitute could be either written in one piece with the repealer or submitted nt the came time. In that case tne Elates could accept or reject cither or both. Thus the form In which repeal is submitted is most Important. It could be submitted in' such form as to make adoption almost impossible. While undoubtedly a drive for repeal v/iM'be made in the "Lame Duck" Congress, it has less chance than in the new one. Then there is almost certain to be repealer, either with or without substitute, submitted to the However, the "bone drys" do i:ot concede even this. Mrs. Ella Boole, president of the W. C T. U-, says she docs not believe even the new Congress will achieve the two-thirds majority needed to submit repeal to the states. Vary- Ing degrees of wets seem assured of 323 in the next !fousc the drys 26 with 86 undeclared. Thit to Plenty more than two-thirds. The Senate wln ^ clospr- Thc best estimate is 61 wet, 30 dry. 5 '-•ndrcW* Th , ls lllc w at least hrce of those undeclared « na « r ? l' ave thclr t« 3S Slates Needed It Is in the states, after the preliminary battle of submission is wen In Congress, that the bitter- wl fighls will be fought. For of course the adverse vote of 13 states can block any amendment to the Constitution. 36 states bring necessary to ratify. The dry strategy will 'be to put "P as bitter a fight as possible against superior numbers In con- Rress. and then if beaten, to fall tack to their intrenched position In the states. NEXT: What Ti.ay oe expected If bcrr relorns. in taxes, in em- rlojment. In the smtn sltutlon, !n the realm of the racketeer? PUiu .Oletoatton AUSTIN, Tex. ' (UP)—The University of Texas Is planning to calebratc its fifteenth yetr in 1933 When it opened, i In 1883 there were 220 students. The 1932 enrolment Is more thin tfiH, KEISEB 10UTH KILLEO; LflCrU EH 'Continued rrom Pase One> states :had taken a toll of eight lives today. A 19-year-old high school football player lost his life in a football lg ame yesterday and seven persons were killed in automobile accidents. William Messer, 19-year-old fullback of the Corinth. Miss., football team, collapsed in the second quarter of a game between Corinth and Eoonville 'at Corinth He riled in a hospital and an exam- .ination revealed chest and head Three persons : were killed at Selmer. Tenn., when their automobile was struck by a ;train last night. The dead were Mrs. James Himes. 40, Ralph Brazier, 19, her son by a , former marriage, and Aniha Trollinger, 16, a friend. Lewis Himes. another son, was injured critically. Four persons,were killed in Arkansas accidents. Sam Fraeler, 47, died instantly Dry Agent Slain When ] "-elected. United stales senator j E<Ulll Cimcr U T • i O I • from Ar k«>'Sns. left for Wnslilnf-1 c y rhiinii-ri He Tne» tO Buy LiqUOr: ion today ami will stop off at C C »rrr BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 12 (UP) —Chester Mason, Omaha federal prohibition agent, was shot and killed Instantly here toduy when he and an informer tried make a liquor purchase. .top _ I Nashville ihis allerncon lo luiomf the Tennessee-Vniid-crblli football glllllL*. Accompanying her Is Dr. C. V. Kays, president of Arkansas state to ' college here. He Is expected to Byron Kennedy of Beatrice, v/orkln? with Mason, was shot In the mouth and critically wounded. Qage county sheriff Tom Dunn said officers were hunting Ted Wells In connection with the shoot- Ing, i I confer with Kcconstructton Finance corporation olfidals in Washington next week in regard to a loc.i to build two dormitories for tilt- college. IWrs. Caraway Starts Back to Washington JONESBORO, Ark., Nov. 12 (UP) -Mrs. Hattle Caraway, recently PHILADELPHIA (UP)-A 20,000 mile journey In a 26-foot boat will be undertaken by Robert DeB Vale, son of a Philadelphia newspaperman. He exiwets lo return fo Philadelphia during the summer of 1934. The trip will start fro/n Los Angeles. NOTICE Of ,, , 1S llereb> ' 8lve " tlml tllc undersigned, us Commissioner of the Mississippi county Chancery court, will on the 21st any of November, 1932. at the South door of the Court House In the City of Blytheville, County of Mississippi. State of Arkansas, and between the hours of eight o'clock in the' forenoon nml five o'clock In the afternoon of said day, offer for sale at public oulcrv to the hl"hcit and best bidder for cash, the folloiying described lands, tramroads and railroads situated In Drainage District No. n of Mississippi iTAIintir AT-Vo»^nr- *^. ...II.. I'I'» County. Arkansas, to-wit: Supposed owner J W Mallory M O Usrsy M O Usrey M O Usrey of a broken neck when the car' M o Usrey h<! was riding overturned three I M o Usrev M Q usrey E L Taylor miles -'cast of Antoine. Ark. Albert Miller, 11, or Keiser, Ark. was killed in . a head onjautomo- FrancLs Mcody bile collision six miles north of p H Raspberrv Lepanto. He had been picked Up Myrtle Swain " on the highway by teeral mem- Unknown hers of the Keiser football team. which had played at Lepanto, and Description NW NE Prl NE NE NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE Prl E'.S, SE SW NE SW E',-1- N 1-3 NW NE NE SE SE NW NW S Ft N'.G NE SW NE injured fatally on the highway near Turrell, Ark., when struck by a truck driven by Jess (Gordon. 50,.farmer of Blytheville. She died early today in a Memphis hospital. , Near Te.xarkana/ Ark., William Wells, 20, was killed when the driver of the car in which he was riding was said fo have gone to sleep. Hollipeter & Jontz S of R NW NE White <fe Williams S'.i S'.i NE SE W M McFariahd I't Lot 2 NW NE Lot 1 NE NE I.ot 8 SE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE Lot 5 l/5t G Lot 7 Frl NE SE NE NW NE SE Frl NW', NW SW Ut 2 E',4 SE Lot 3 SE SW W W Pepper W W Pepper C J Little C J Little C J Little C J Little C J Liltls C J Little E A Taylor C J Little W o Sugg Estate N B Buckner J F Vlzzen !•' n Qunlls F D Quails , Mrs Kate Haynle S of Byo SE NW Chas McKee jjE SE jChas McKee Lot 2 NW SE Local Presbyterian 'TVlinis- $ h V Ic ^**h sw SE Joe Cunningham E'.i NE SW Joe Cunningham E 1 /., W'« NE SW Jce Cunningham W'.i W'.i NE SW S J McDearman Frl NE'.i f*\& Huffman E Pt SE SW J E McBride Lot 1 NW SW J E McBride Lot 2 SW SW J E McBride Lot 3 SE SW T H HatfleM NE SE Mat tie Cassldy Frl NW SW J H Bracken Frl NW NW BIG LAKE S S Sternberg SE SW S S Sternterg Lot 13 3 3 Sternberg Lot 10 S S Sternberg SE NW S 8 Steinberg NE sw Ray & Kelsler Lot 2 Ray <fe KeWer WH SE Ray & Kelsler N'.i NW NE ter Presides at Presbytery Session. The Rev. Marsh M. Callaway. nastor of the First Presbytorlan church, ,has been elected moderator of the Arkansas Presbytery. He ^csidod in the meeting at Little Sock this week and will be in charge .of affairs of this group iintil the next meeting, to be held at tlio Second church in Little Rock in ths spring. Roy Walton, delegate from the local congregation, was appointed to a special committee totstudy a revision of the book of church order. Tha Rev. Mr. Callaway Joined this presbytery when he came to Blytheville two and <& half years ago from Houston, Texas. German Moratorium on Mortgages is Extended BEHMN, Nov. 12 (UP)—President Paul von Hlndenburg issued an emergency decree today automatically prolonging mortgages un- II April 1,' 1934. enforcing a complete moratorium beyond the provisions of earlier decrees. Even mortgages held by foreign creditors are not exempt from tne moratorium; Ben Shires N'.i N'.i NW NW S T R H-'M- 8 2-14- D 2-14- 9 2-M- 9 2-14- 9 2-14- 9 2-14- 9 5-14-10 1-15-10 2-15-10 2-15-10 33-15-10 4-15-11 4-15-11 8-15-11 10-15-11 10-15-11 10-15-11 19-15-11 22-15-11 10-15-12 ii-15-12 11-15-12 13-15-12 13-15-12 13-15-12 13-15-12 13-15-12 13-15-12 13-15-12 13-15-12 8-15-13 10-15-13 35-1C-10 25-16-11 25-16-11 28-lG-ll 25-16-12 25-10-12 25-16-12 33-18-12 ?-3-)iM2 33-16-12 19-1C-13 29-16-13 30-1G-13 30-16-13 30-16-13 31-16-13 32-1G-13 32-16-13 LANDS 18-15-10 18-15-10 18-15-10 18-15-10 18-15-10 23-16- 0 23-16- 9 26-16- 9 30-16-10 Acres 40.00 . 35.65 40.00 27.31 40.CO 4t).0". 19.02 40. OJ 26.IT 40.00 40.03 «.tn 35.93 40.00 3.CO B.03 6.00 •1.25 4.G6 10.00 20.43 32.41 41.80 •10.00 40.00 40.00 SB. 45 19.77 3S.8T 8.18 40.00 40.00 Cl.OO 40.00 45.02 24.5D 0.57 40.00 39.1C 40.00 20.00 10.00 10.00 107.00 14.00 20.92 35.82 22.20 40.00 3.50 1.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 40.00 18.83 80.00 20.00 20.00 Tax 120.00 106.95 120.00 81.93 120.00 120.00 49.14 59.28 72.95 05.03 31.00 S3. 43 32.30 18.60 1.80 •1.50 1.50 :: . SB C.3D 9. CO 69. G5 '-':.%' 125. 40 l-n.00 120.00 123.00 120.00 53.00 120.00 25.34 120.00 120.00 6. CO 108.00 135.03 -x.m fi.ni rn.-.o 117.48 120. n i2.ro 6.60 J F Wlnborn J F Wlnborn P M Bjiuley P M llontlcy ADDITION 1 4 2 4 3 4 4 4 1.13 1.13 l.DO 1.60 1.50 1.50 13 1 Clyde Robinson Civile Ho'jInMMi . . H 1 Clyde lioblnFon ..15 1 W M McKpny.!? ... 3 3 W M McKnivJo W'i 4 3 RICHARDS ADDITION Kiile M Cnni|>- bell ...... W 30' 2 H Ka'.c M Camp- Ml ...... E 20' 3 H A S Dcon A S Deen A S Frl SE SE 35-10-10 W',4 SW SW 30-16-10 Lot 1 Eli SE 25-lfi-ll NE NE 20-10-11 BE NE 20-10-11 NE C«r. NW.NE 2<i-lG-ll NE SE 2G-16-11 flE SE TG-Ifl-11 C3.24A W PI NE 31-16-11 J A Hemplim 3 3.24A W Pt NE 31-10-11 Alice Crawford N2.10A Frl N Pt NE 31-10-11 Alice Crawford N lo.MA NE NW 31-10-11 •' * I<'.*im>h1ll C 30.02A SE NW 31-10-11 W .1 lleiilliy SR Cor E'.-l SE SW 31-16-11 W J Hemiililll S 30.02A SB NW 31-16-11 Tom Cila.'s Tom CJInss J A Ilomphil] llayncs Jeltli- Driver Jeltlt! Driver Jellli* Driver l/)l 1 N'.i I.ot 1 NE Lot 0 NE I.ul 6 NK 32-16-11 ,12-lfl-ll 32-16-11 32-10-11 .7! .42 E. W. KOKI.VSON 'ADDITION If Di'lvci' lol 7 32-10-11 Unknown L=t 5 BE Nl! :i3-!6-ll "nknowii Lol 10 SE NK 33-10-11 W T <;impm:m Kst I't Ixil 4 NW NW 35-10-11 J ,M Jonl/. l,3t 1 NK NE 35-10-11 .1 M Jonl* Lit 2 NW NE 30-10-11 1 M .lonlr S'i NE'l 30-16-11 J M JonU F,-l SW',i 311-10-11 J M Jont/. IM 1 SW M-lH-12 .1 M Jonl/ I.nt 1 NK fjE 30-10-12 .1 M .Ion!* Lot 2 NW SK 30-l(J-l'i J ,M Joiil* Lol 0 SF. SE 30-111-12 J M Jonli*. Lol 6 SW SK 30-16-12 J M Junlr. Lot 3 N'.i SW 30-10-12 .1 M Junl/. Lol 4 S'i SW M-IO-IU J M Joul?. Lot 3 N 1 -'. NW 31-10-12 l-'reil Piiyne NR NW 33-16-12 l-'rc'l Payne KK NW 33-1C-12 J W Yarbro NW SE 33-10-12 Cl C llujhos Frl SW NW NW 32-H1-1S lll(i LAKE LANDS W R Overtoil I/it 0 10-14- 0 S S SlcrnbcrK 1*1 10 IB-15-10 CITY OF HLYTIIHVILI.K ALLISON ADDITION Ora Taylor Ilenrletln Dowen Henry Johnson .. Henry Johnson .. A Hyde A Hyde .Innct Brown — K. M. HRYEANS ADDITION M C Outlaw 15 3 ' .23 Ohli'a f <> Mill * I.br. Cn HI Ailrt'n I- W Oc-jiiell ... N'.i 5 A 2.25 * Mill i Lbr. Co. 2nd AUd'n C E 1'arks ......... 5 1.58 I.br. Co, 3rd Acld'n 1.13 Chicago Mill 1+ T Asher 9 2 C L Enochs 2 6 1.13 J G Howard 1 7 1.13 J O Howard 2 7 1.13 CHICKASAWBA ADDITION E W Robinson 1 10 2.25 DAVIS ADDITION J W Bader .. i 1 C J W Dndcr 2 6 R A Nelson 10 7 DAVIS 3rd ADDITION John Lynch 1 3 1.88 1.8J 2.25 Rlley Parks Rlley Parks . Snm Lemons Arthur Jones Arlhur Jones Chas Brown , RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION 12 10 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 0 . i . i . 2 . 3 . 1 . 2 7 6 1 7 9 9 10 14 M M HI IB n 1.1:1 i.n 1.13 1.13 .33 .33 .3? .3P .30 .3? Clyde Robinson Edna Allen Hunker 2 5 in S11NNYS1DE ADDITION Henry Reldmon '.. Soplila Dodson .. Frnnk Flngg .... Hawkins Sanders Ella Wilson & Snlllc Burir .... . 4 . 1 10 11 9 '6 .3? ..II 1 1.11 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.1,1 SPRADLEY SUBDIVISION S E nenmer 1 3.25 S E ncnmcr 2 2.25 S E Reamer 3 2.25 S E Reamer 4 2 25 WEST KND SUBDIVISION i John King 10 W M Klec 27 1.J3 1.13 Said snlc is mode for the purpose of enforcing the collection of delinquent taxes upon said property due said Dralnkgc Dlxtrlct for the year 1927, anil Is' made" In pursuance of the authority of »- decree of the Mississippi county Chancery Court rendered on the 18th day of Nov., 1030, In a iiroceerilns; therein pending for the enforcement of the collection of such delinquent taxes, and If Mid sa! 0 he not completed on stild day, It will be continued trom day to day until completed. Dated this 12th day of November, 1932. R. L. C1AINE8. Commissioner. 4.00 20.00 58.87 40.00 40.00 2.00 46.00 40.00 3.24 3.24 2.16 19.9B n 1 A') 2.M 30.02 27.04 2.11 0.50 24.49 11.07 1.00 1.20 18.85 as.ra 30.30 no.oo 143.31 20.30 21.55 2D.10 40.114 40.64 40,28 r.1.46 5B.CO 40.00 40.00 40.00 2.00 .13,15 40.00 3.60 48.00 36.00 84.00 4.80 84.00 84.00 1.91 1.91 40.00 30.00 1.20 102.25 180.00 187.64 33.60 78.40 1.12 1.81 1.81 1.21 18.76 25.22 1.12 25.22 54.17 4.14 12.74 24. SI 11. U4 .B4 1.00 52.78 108.00 101.01 224.00 •115.27 51.55 30.17 40.87 .53.90 . 50.9} ' 50.39 80.44 48.77 33.GO 22.40 Simooscd Owner Ix>l ttl'k 1028 197.11 HlWn Small VH1I Wllllniks .. Mary Collier Mnry Collier .. R L riolii-rls Kllcn Fuller W'4 13 1.75 1,15 1.75 R O Grnnl 17 U fl ClKmil If! E llriultcy 5 WMl Cltirrcll .... in S Dodson 5 H. Hnvrs 12 0 l.flB elms niclini'ikon 13 M Hobblns 37 1.75 BLAIN ADDITION Trn Clrny .... 1 & 2 4.90 ni.YTIIK ADDITION 1.88 1,811 .04 1.75 1.15 1.15 1.75 1.75 .87 LIB E IT Hawkins Esl.. 2 A Conway N 00 ft I A Cnmvav N W ft 7. .1 W BlvllH! .7 P Allison •• .1 P Alllron .. I, M Qtlom ... ,1ns Hollomnn. .-.. 4 Inlln Cole S H Ofbron ........ 7 Henrietta Oond 4 (1-5 1 & 2 . 4 . r> ID 4 1.4fi 4 1.4!i 2it 3.1<! 37 1..W 27 l.SO 27 .75 2.10 1.35 I.3S 3.50 1.•"! 1.4H 1.50 Mlnnln BECKSfAN 4.20 R I .Ifi .10 NOTIflR OF SALE Notice Is hereby Riven that the undersigned, ns Commissioner ol Ihe Ml&isslppl County Chancery Court,'will on (he 21st dny of November, 1032, nt (he South door of the Court House In the City ot ulythevllle, County of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, <md between (he. hours of elitlit o'clock in the forenoon and 'five o'clock In the flfternoan of sold day, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest mid best bidder for cosh, the following descrlWd Innds, Irnmron'ls mid railroads situated In County, Arkansas, (o-v-lt: Drainage District No. 17 of Mississippi Supposed Owner Description 7.80 62. 7li 107.45 fin. no 105. OD 2.10 .60 180.00 180.00 180.00 ISO. 00 180.00 84. GO 360.00 M.OO M.OO Frank I Noe E W Myrclc Mrs R A Ellis L Horiibuckle P W Lullerloch P W Lutlcrlodi W R Overtoil t) S Farrar I 1 M Word W M Kushman Unknown Maltle Recce Browne & Billings J F Pinkerton ! Browne & Billings W E Hallmark ' E E Driver , Tom Belts J W Winder ^ ' J W Winder E J W Winder J W Winder J W Winder M GamiE L W Gosnc)] 1^ W Ocsnell W E Hallmark W E Hallmark Mrs. Mart Wil- lb(n^ s E V Phillips S T R 7-14- 8 7-14- 8 1-14- 8 E of RR Lot 4 SW W of RR N'.i SW N ol RR S'.i SW NE NE 11-14- 8 Lol 2 NW 18-14- 8 N'i Lot 3 NW 18-14- 8 Lois 1 & 2 NW ii-14- 9 bW NE 93-I4- n Frl. W'.i SW SW 23-14- 0 S 01 R NI/J NE 27-14- 9 Prl. E'i 8-14-10 W'.i N 1-3 NW 1-15-10 S 1-3 NW 1-15-10 Frl. W'i NE 1-15-10 NE SF. 2-15-10 NE SW 2-15-10 NW SE SW 10-15-10 L3-. 4 NF, 22-15-10 N'i NVj NW 3E 32-15-10 SK N'.i NW SE 32-15-10 Frl SW SK 32-15-10 N Pt Lot 4 SE 32-15-10 N'.i SW SW 32-15-10 SE NE 4-15-11 S Of Byo SE 3W 5-15-J1 Frl SE SE 8-15-11 SE NE 6-15-11 SW NE 6-15-11 CITY OF BLYTIIF.V1LLE ALUSON ADDITION' Supposed Owner J J Johnson Lucille M nilman . . 9 Lot Block Tax 1 1.88 ,1 1.88 1 1.83 5 1.88 BtGO COLORED ADD'N W M Smith 1 Martin Jones 4 Tom Smilh ....!.. 6 BLTTHE ADDITION Mr> Era Kwdln ... 3 4 W D Orawtt* .... 1 21 W D Or»Y«tt« .... 2 21 W T OMt*4 ,;,.,! 1} if 1.50 1.50 1.50 2.25 1.88 1.88 i tt R Austin 8 32 •J P Allison 2 33 J P Allison 3 33 Henrietta Goad N',4 7 33 Henrietta Goad 8 33 BI.YTIIE 4TH ADDITION 2-3 W5A E',4 NE fl-15-11 W4A Frl Eli NE 9-15-11 Chicago Mill <fc Lbr. Co. Lot between RH & Byo SW 9-15-11 J Nick Thomas E PI N'-i SE 10-15-1] S H Bishop Frl N' : N''j SE 10-15-11 Joe Forsythe Fr! SW NE 15-15-11 Dan Reynolds Lot In S'^ PE 15-15-11 Robert small Frl NEW 17-15-11 Hollipeter & Slionyo S Pt NW NE 10-15-11 Prrwnt* & Rilling.*) NW SW 22-15-1] j Browne & Billings Pt N'.i SW SW 22-15-11 I Conwfty & P:ye prl NE SW 3-15-12 Conway ic Frye Frl SW SW 3-15-12 Conway & Frye Lots I. 2 & 3 NW 3-15-12 Conway & Frye Lois 4, 5, G & 7 SW 3-15-12 Conway & Frya Lot s SE 3-15-12 Conway & Frye W'.i Lot 1 NE NE 4-15-12 1.50 I Conway & Frye W'.i lal 2 SE HE 4-15-12 Henrietta Goad 2.25' Conway & Frye 2.25IC E Crlggcr 1.1.1JC E Crlgger 3 Amanda James Amanda Jnmes BECKMAN ADDITION 2 2 1.58 Emma Sims W',4 E',4 Lot 3 NE SE 1-15-12 NW SE 10-15-12 Lol 16 SW SE 10-15-12- Let 1 SE NE 3-15-13 Lot 5 SE SE 8-15-13 SE &E6 60' Ella Mllhotn 6 2 1,13 George Buckner BARRON & LILY ADDITION i Oscar Buckner Chas H Ncls 15 Cha» H Nels 10 B C Anderson N20ft 11 Kooncc N 2-3 12 W H Taylor 3 B D F F I K 1,13' Kittle Walker 1.13 Kittle Walker .45 Kittle Walker 1.13 i C A Rogers 1.13 i C A Rogers 1.13 I M n Bryean* WH Lot 2 NE 8-15-13 E'i NW NE 9-15-13 E'i SW NE 9-15-13 W'.i SE NE 17-15-13 Frl W'.i 17-15-13 W!4 NW SE 17-15-13 SE SE 23-16-10 SW SX 23-16-10 SB SW 35-16-10 Acres 27.00 42.18 3G.50 40.00 ' 39.61 24.05 53.98 40.00 10.00 5.00 4.50 26.66 53.33 50.00 40.00 40.,*0 10.00 •JO.CO 9.00 10.00 18.00 4.00 10.00 40.00 2.48 Lots 10.00 40.00 Lit 4.33 2.77 15.00 15.00 Lot I/>> 3.00 5.3-1 4n.no 23.00 9.91 14.62 64.38 145.93 14,35 14.08 11.24 11.39 40,00 37.96 9.89 35.40 22.16 20.00 20.00 15.00 100.00 10.00 40.00 40.00 40.0] Tax 1928 1029 81.00 75.02 05,70 84,00 83.18 50.08 77. 47, V, 220.71 5G.06 52.33 19.BP 13.21 2.24 72.fl5 H5.9B 81.00 03.00 10.02 23.07 24.00 24.00 .75 3.15 3.71 o.ni 72. M 41. PO 57.54 13, M 193.14 437.19 25.E5 42.74 3.1.72 34.17 120. Oil 113.88 29.07 10«.20 13G.1C 57. V 7S.6C 25.2 5.3' 5.5" 10.fl' 3.2' 5.IT 23,01 ?..fii 10.3' 2.5' I..V n.r," p .*-.• a.n- 3.9" 1.'-' 8.97 67. ?f *3,nr 51.70 11.0< 183.27 401. M 2*. If 39.4? 31.44 31.89 89.12 66.48 M.05 11.20 11.20 21.5? 121.34 3.36 108.00 10D.80 108.00 112.00 100.W BAR110N ft LILY ADDITION Knla Rolilnson .10 1} 11.13 A P; BUlVr SO 1 ' . 1.05 civile P-blnsnii . 10 TI i'JT i:ns nivdo R'son 3*4 11 IT .57 .51 Mollic WrlrW ..'. B Ff 1.05 RIKir, ADDITION Mrs E R .Jackson.. (I Ifl 1.50 Oliss 7 Id 1.40 E. M.-RPIYEANS ADDITION 3 H Mynlt ...... 9 S H Mvnl't ....:. 10 .T W Hater 1. 2, 3. 4 M R. Crawford M R Cruwforfl M R Craivford M R Crawford O C Wndlcy . nho.s Ollyer Ohns Olive' Mill Ticrlhn Lee ..... C W Bcnllc E',4 C W Bcallc .... M Hull ........ Cordon Evrard . . W F, Clcorgo . . . Bertha L-n 13 H Ifi Ifl . 4 & 5 13 14 .23 .23 '.23 .n .n .42 Mir. Ov 2nrl Ai»-''n 1.PH 1.IW 1.88 l.fip i.sa 1.75 1.15 1.75 1.75 1.75 fihtrn-n M"! * Lhr. Tn. Sri) Art'l'n W A Orrnll 1 * 1.13 l.ns W A Orrrll in Louis Coyer 1 1.13 1.11 1.05 o K Miulcr WV, 4 Henry Adnms TAR" 2.7C 2.10 Ilolllpttfr & Slionjo Addition .35 .70 Jcwe Wood 10 1 Itusii fc Ilragu 2, 3 4 Holll|joter ,t Slionyo 7 5 .33 Lydln Taylor 10 .38 IRRKGUI.AR LOTS F.tln J Uollrcll Frl SW SW In Sec 10-15-11 3.15 CoUonliCll R. H. Lot 8 Frl W!4 NW 15-10-11 ' 18.7(1 JAMKS ADDITION B F I.ollln i c 1.50 JONES ADDITION T J Mahim.. W8 1 5 -2 .28 T J Mulinn E C2' 0 2 2 01 Mt.l'K DANIKLS ADDITION A 2 12 13 4 R 3 1 1 1.13 1 1.13 2 1,13 A Bradlord 1 Jno Alsuf) ... Jno Alsuj> ... Jane Alsup .. Juno Alsup .. MARSH ADDITION I.nura A Collins Eat 1 4 I.nura A Collins Est Wi'j 8 4 MORRIS ADDITION 1.75 1.05 2.45 1.23 R M Morris Est 0 B 2.02 2 45 U M Morris Est 8 B 2.02 2 45 ORIGINAL SURVEY J A Bass 27 1 75 J F Ward BO ] 33 P. 3. O'ltKIKN ADDITION S H Wyatt .... 18 2 1 13 PARK ADDITION A T Earls 7 & 8 1 ' 3 10 A 11 Donald 14 5 i -'05'• S L Forsytlia ....80 t'os Oco Gumming.*! .. 0 C 1,13 i flj J. P. PRIDK SUBDIVISION J P Pride .. 1 to 4 A W M Fnulcr . G & 7 A J, P Pride J P Pride (j J P Pride 2J J P Pride 23 & 21 J P Prld= 19 J P Pride 6 J W Fl3her C, 7,fl& 9 J P Prldo .... 3*4 SO Tee n 1.60 .on .40 .40 .40 .BO .40 .40 1.60 .80 .40 1.75 1.40 CLYDE ROBINSON ADDITION Henry Rcldmnn ..53 i 40 RICHARDS ADDITION Minnie Little ..-..7 C J W Blyllie .... fl E E. W. ROBINSON ADDITION Otto Clark 7 4 uHonry AdnmsOdi: 10 4 Henry Adams ... 11 4 !<ln Hubburd .. 15 5 Idn Hliubnrd ... 16 5 Eusenc Wright .. 17 6 Eugene Wrlghl .. 18 6 Vlnnle Chalman 12 & 13 7 Mary Cox .. 5 & 6 8 1.13 2.26 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 2.10 :.os Fred Whimper 7 3.15 | C E Neighbors .. 4 1 r.nlti Hnv-'ird .... i 7 1.13 A E Bradford J. ">• 3 n CHICKASAWBA AUDITION i Jim Mann G E Cross n R l.lli Jim Mnnn '.'."" R M KiilK •• 5 A: 0 13 2.101 Ike Wells .. 4 & 5 AMR Brnn- M Baker M .57 W 1 ' 4 A M Will Pvlcs B 15 i.sn Will Pyl" 0 11 1.50 1.41 D.U'IS ADOTTlOV R. A Nnl'w .... 10 1 i m 1 i .75 DAVIS SECOND ADDITION B F WHmn W';. 4 i .(j| DAVIS THIRD ADDITION T P. Millar .... 10 1 2.25 P 7, Mncon -E'i X 3 1.13 1.0=; P Z Mncon 4 3 2.10 J W Alexander W 45* 6 4 2.00 J W Alley .. 4. 5. fi 7 7..r> L M Ro« 5 !> 2.45 P. R. DOUOAN ADDITION L M R"j*; N 1-1 7 i 07 HKARN ADDITION B E Alexander .,3 I ?,.(» K E Alexander ..4 I 2.« S H E.isttlirn W". 1 S ^ M UJ*:AKN SECOND ADDITION Roy LUtlc .. W'l 2 A 5" Ray Little 3 A l.ns HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION Vernon Clayton . 3 f>- Branson 5 » i.is l.HijT H HtiRhcs .... 4 8 Q 10 11 2 11 12 13 13 13 .04 .04 .32 .32 .32 .72 .36 '.-30 2.10 .GO .CO .30 .TO .34 .34 .31 .31 .34 .35 .35 Jno WhltsiCt n i i.n 1.05 Highland Pl.ce s«ond Addition :eo L Miilr : M Baxter 3cn Hamner Ben Hamner , 7 7 11 7 14 « . 3 9 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 HARRIS ADDITION 1.05 1.05 l.Ca 9.80 Raphael Sallba All Block HOLLANDALE ADDITION S F Beard .. 7 & 8 A .93 F Simon .. 1 Jt 2 B 1.06 .98 Cha.s Campbell ... 7 13 Percy Smith 6 14 Isaac Inman ....' 5 15 ,., RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION J H Harris 6 3 Oeo. Williams ... 6 4 E W Robinson ... 6 5 .38 Clyde Robinson .47 .33 Clyde Robinson .57 .38 Maggie Robblns 4 12 3H SUNNYSIDE ADDITION John Ewing 2 i: 3 4 Robert Smnll .. 12 4 J K Divls 9 ft Anna Walker ... 10 5 1.13 Anna Walker ... u 5 i]ig Robert Small 3 6 Wnllsrj Lucas ... C 6 1.13 Lilly Collins ... 10 C 1.13 Easter Williams II G Fannie Weaver 7 <.V S 7 SUNRISE ADDITION P B Dougan 1 & 2 1 2.r i.u: 1.0: TOLER'S SUBDIVISION l.Oi 1.0.J 1.05 2.10 3.50 O Shonyo B 1.P8 . VICK'S SUBDIVISION H G Blanchari 1.50 WEST END SUBDIVISION Hawkins Fiirnilnra Co 2 2 W M Hudson 19. 20 2 WEST GATF, REPI.AT C R Lav-man 3 Ai 4 C TOH'N OF YAHBRO Alice Hill 2 1 1.88 A L Flowers .... 3 1 1.83 1.05 2.10 .56 Said sale Is made for ihc purpose cf enforcing the collection of Delinquent tnxes upon said property due said Drainage District for he years 1928 and 1929, and Is made in pursuance of the authority f a decree of the Mississippi County Chancery Court renderjd on he 18lh day of Nov., 1930, In a proceeding therein pending for the nforcement of the collection of such delinquent ts.xes, and If said sate be not completed on said day, It will be continued from day to d»y until completed. R. L. O.17NE3, CommlssWrKr,

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