The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 19, 1932 · Page 4
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fSATURDAY, NOVEMBER: 19,' 1932 • (ARK.) COfRIER NEWS JTtlDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1932 Newport Greyhounds Defeat Chickasaws, 21 to 14 jj:... ; . •',' ' Jt _ *L. — — , . ' . ' SEFIFIH Auburn Tigers Roar Into Southern Conference Lead 'Visitors Score Three • : Touchdowns and Safety; .Chicks Two on Passes. •i, Charley Kramer's Blylhcvillo • Chicks passed their way t» two Soucik&ims with a tlippsry Loll 'ibut Coach Palmer Hunter's Ncw- '•'"port Greyhounds won a wcll-carn- • 'ed victory over the locals hire ycs- •"'•". tcrday, Thres touchdowns, an cx- •' : tra point and a safety gave Ihc s : visitors 1 a 21 to 14 margin. It was •/"the fifth loss of the ssason for the Chicles. . Despite inclement weather the :'< game had its thrills. Snow had been ''_ falling. a coupte of hours before L game time and had turned Haley : Field into a treacherous gridiron. : The snow disappeared in favor of ' -a misty rain before the opening - v,'7ilstle blew tna continued more ./or less throughout the entire game. '.-, , '.The score was tied at the half 5 with each team having crossed the ' other's goal line once. Unusually in- -V.tcresting was the game throughout : " with the slippery gridiron seeming •V-to add Instead of subtract from the •: thrills. . : - Blytheville opened up with a :. passing attack as If the ball wasn't ."the least bit slippery and the aerial •".' route gave the locals the two "; touchdowns they did make but they -- -were attempting suicide more than f; ^cnce in their own territory by their :- -tactics.. Bay Packers' Success? Its Really'A 'Weighty Problem" By NEA Service GREEN BAY, Wis.—Coach Curly Lambcau, of the Qreen Bay Packers professional football team, likes ils players with lots of beef—and j that's probably why they're poren-' ilal champs of the circuit. Here's Die way the Packers stack up In weight: Claude Perry, tackle, Alabama, 201; La Vern Dllweg, end, Mar- quctte, 192; • Johnny Blood, halfback. Minnesota, 195; Hurdls McCrary, fullback. Georgia, 206; Verne IJcwellen, halfback, Nebraska,- 178; Wuert Englcmann, halfback, South Dakota, 195; August Mlchalske, guard, Penn State, 215; Tom Nash, epd, Georgia, 204; Jugger Eafpe, tackle, Monmouth, 257; Carl Hubbard, end, Centenary, 225; Roger Grove, quarterback, Michigan Slate, 180; Hank Bruder, halfback, North- weslcrn, 199; Milt Ganlcnbein, end, Wisconsin, 210; Dick Stahlman, tackle, Chicago, 215; Nat Barran- i-er. center, Southern California, 215; and Harry O'Boyle, quarterback, Notre Dame, 180. Martin Jones ( 1.5C Tom Smith 6 1.50 BLYTHE ADDITION Mrs Eva Hardln ... 3 4 2.25 W D Gravette .... l 21 1.88 W D Gravette .... 2 21 1.88 W T Oberst 13 25 1.88 R Austin 8 32 1.50 J P Allison '2 33 2.25 J P Allison 3 33 2.25 Henrietta Goad N',4 7 33 1.13 !enrlctla Goad .... 8 33 2.25 BLYTHE 4TII ADDITION Henrietta Goad ... 2 2 1.88 BECK MAN ADDITION Ella, Mllliorn 8 2 1. BARKON & LILY ADDITION These two boys are helping keep Auburn at the top of (he Southern Conference. Left Is "Gump" Alrmll, classy end, and rifht Is Captain Jimmy Hitchcock—and he's All-America timber. Scon In Last Minute ; Blylheville's last touchdown came In the flnal minute of play and was a fitting anti-climax with Newport already having the game in the bag and the bag all but sewed up. The Greyhounds had added their safety, bringing their total.to21 to 7 for the Chicks. Two passes from the Chicks' 20-yard line and trie locals accomplished what they had made little' headway toward doing all afternoon except lor another pass that clicked in the first halt. It left the home town fans cheeririg for their own team in the face.of certain decat and the visitors casting anxiqus eyes toward the timers when the final gun sounded. The Chicks received a set back in tlK first quarter that eventually led .to the visitors' first score when .& fumble gave Newport the hail.oh BlytieTille's 37-yard line. The Greyhounds rushed .the ball for two'straight first downs to Bly- thevlUe's 16 yard line but the touchdown was not immediately forthcoming. .The Clilcks pushed the Greyhounds back) and an incomplete pass over the goal line gave BlytheviUe trie 'ball on 'its own 20 yard line. On the first.play the Chicks received a 15 yard penalty lor "clipping that sent them back to their four-yard line. The Chicks kicked out to their 30 yard line. Newport got a 15 yard penalty for holding and then kicked out on Blytheville's 26 yard line. • The locals kicked tack up to Blytheville's 48 yard marker and another 15-yard penalty gaVe New"; port the'ball on its own 36-yard •, -. line. A long well directed kid: put .... the ball out on the Chicks 17 yard . line. Rons 45 Yards • Short booted the ball out to Bly- theyiile's 45-yard line and Quails, fleet Greyhound halfback, took the punt on the run, faked the Chicks into huddling in the middle of the field, turned for the east sideline and sped unmolested for the first touchdown. The point was good on By NEA Serrbe AUBURN, Ala.—While football squads nt Navy, North Carolina State, Florida, Missouri and other schools throughout the country arc experiencing a far from successful season under the Notre Dame system, Auburn, otherwise known as Alabama Poly, wllh two Notre Dame boys coacnmg, is at the top of the Southern Conference heap. The Tigers meet a touch foe'to- day In the Georgia Bulldogs, also coached In Notre Dame play. Chet Wynne and Uoger Kylle are the coaches, and they have unearthed in Captain Jimmy Hitchcock a backfield ace who Ls the talk of the south, and an end In Gump Arlail, who is just about the classiest the Dixie fans have seen —and that doesn't bur Jerry Dalrymple. Early In the season the talk down here.was all Tennessee and Tulane. Tulane flopped under the onslaught of Hitchcock and team early In the year, and Tennessee recently last the lead in the Conference by being held to a tie by Vanderbllt's Commodores. Now the talk has switched to Auburn's wonder team. «' . • * Unbeaten and .untied In the Conference, and with only Georgia remaining in its path this week-end, Auburn seems a.sure winner of the Southern title. •. Three years ago Auburn was a "down and outer." But that was Firpo Phlpps, Sterling Dupree and Truck Talley give him a; big hand at blocking, and turning in a nice bit of running now and then. A bit of smart football that oc : curred during the Tulane game marked HUchcock as a back of All- America timber. Don Zimmerman had punted far down the field, Milto Phillips, Tulane end, raced down and fell oil the ball to make It dead. Without \4aitlng for the referee's w-histla Phillips got up find left the ball unguarded. ; There was a flash of red-orange Jersey. Hitchcock scooped, up the ball and was off through the entire Tulane tram. If It hadn't been for Pat Richardson, Tulane quarter back, he'd .hive gone for a touch down. Malaria takes more than 2,000.000 lives throughout trie world annu ally. Only two per cent of the Indian in America have Incomes exceed ing $500 a year. '' •'•' :hos H Neis . Jims H Nels 15 10 B B r n P I K M M BUCG ADDITION B C Anderson N20ft 11 Essie Koonce N 2-3 12 W H Taylor 3 Unknown ... Edna Carter C T Chamberlain • 7 J P Winborn 1 4 J P Winborn 2 .4 !> M Bentley 3 4 !> M Benlley 4 4 K. M. BRYEANS ADDITION M C Outlaw 1.13 1.13 .45 , 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 ilollipeter te Shonyo 4 6 .38 Tom Glass Hollipeter k Shonyo 5 8 .38 J A Hemphlll IRREGULAR LOTS Mollle Lane Frl NW NE Sec 15-15-11 3.75 MILLER * GHEENLKK ADD'N May Sue Parrar 7 May Sue Farrar E'Xi 8 1.50 .15 MATE DANIELS ADDITION Jim Howard 4 1 1.13 Jim Howard 5 1 1.13 MORRIS ADDITION E E Pope 1 B 2.C2 ORIGINAL SURVEY K'VII.I.K Z T Galnes 81 PAKK ADDITION Gordon Carmen 5 1 S L Foruythe 1 0 S L Forsythe 1.50 1.13 1.13 1.13 CLYDE'ROBINSON ADDITION Clyde Robinson Clyde Robinson Clyde Robinson Clyde Robinson . W M MoKenzle 13 1 14 1 15 1 . 3 5 . 3 3 W M McKenile WM 4 3 • RICHARDS ADDITION Kate M Campbell ; W 30' 2 H Kate M Campbell E 20' 3 H .23 Chicago Mill & I.br. Co 1st Add'n T. W Gosnell ... NVj 5 2.25 Chicago Mill & Lbr. Co. Ini Add'n C E Parks ......... 5 Football Results North Little Rock 44, Batesvillc State School for Deaf 12, Hebcr Springs 7. Harrison 19, North Little Rock Reserves 0. ; Texas 34, Arkansas 0. Arkansas Tech 13, Montlcello A & M 7. Ouachita 13, Jonesboro A. & M. 1.88 Chkafo Mill * Lbr. Co. 3rd Add'n L T Asher C I. Enochs 2 Jonesboro Baptists :iardeman, 6. 19, Freed- College of Ozarks 13, Arkansas College 6. Southwestern Oklahoma Teachers 7; Hendrix 2. Stuttgart 7, Brinkley 0. Carlisle 12, DeWitt 7. Paragould 31. Hoxle 0. Fordyce 12, Camden 0. Conway 12, ClarksvlllQ 6. Waldron 19, Alma 0. Benton 19, Malvern 7. El Dorado 37, Arkadelphla 0. Newport 21, Blytheville 14. Magnolia 6. Stephens 0. DeQueen 14, Mena. 0. Morrilton 13, Atkins 0. Greenwood 24, Danville 0. Russellville '19, Ola 0. West Helena 18, Helena 7, Berryvllle 0, Gentry 0 (tie). Strong 1 '18, Marlon (La.) 0. 2 1.13 5 1.13 J G Howard. 1 7 1.13 J G Howard 2 7 1.13 CHICKASAWBA ADDITION E W Robinson 1 10 • 2.25 DAVIS ADDITION J W Bader 1 6 1.88 W Bader 2 6 1. R A Nelson . . 10 7 1.88 DAVIS 3rd ADDITION Jolin Lvnch '. 1 3 2.25 Frank Marcum .. 10 ft Eot 7 4 ' .27 HEARN * PERRY ADDITION Myrtle Sevler 5 2 1.15 HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION Minnie Brewer 4 1 1.13 Jno. Brewer 11 ' 4 . 1.13 Jno. Brewer Wi4 12 ..: 4. .5' Ferguson & Cpoley I 1 ; 5 .• I.I HOLLANDALE ADDITION H f-f Kirtner 11 O .5: HOLLIPETER & SHONYO ADD'N Hollipeter & Shoriyo 85 .31 .38 .38 .38 .38 1.50 .75 .71 .42 E. W. ROBINSON ADDITION Ora Taylor ..— 12 4 lenriett* Bowen . 10 6 rlenry Johnson — 3 7 Henry Johnson 4 7 A Hyde ....; 5 A Hyde 1,13 1.13 1.13 1.13 .33 .33 .32 9 Janet Brown ...... 2 10 RIley Parks ........ 1 14 RUey Parks ...... 2 14 Sam Lemons ...... 3 14 Arthur Jones ..... 1 16 Arthur Jones ...... 2 16 Chas Brown ...... 7 17 .36 RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION Edna Allen Banker 2 10 .38 SUNNYSIDE ADDITION SE SE a-lG-11 C3.24A W Ft NE 31-10-11 J A Hemphill S 3.24A W Pt NE 31-16-11 Alice Crawford N2.16A Frl N Pt, NE 31-16-11 Alice Crawford N 19S6A NE NW 31-1C-11 J A Hemphill C 30.02A SE NW 31-10-11 W J Bentley HE Cor E'A SE SW 31-10-11 W J Hemphlll S 30.02A SE NW 31-1C-11 Kate Hayncs lot 1 N'.i 32-1C-I1 Jettie Driver ' Lai 4 NE 32-1C-11 Jcttle Driver Lot 5 NE 32-10-11 Jetlle Driver Lot C NE 32-10-11 Jett!c Driver Lot 7 32-16-11 Unknown Lot 5 SE NE Ti3-lG-ll Unknown Lot 10 SE NE 33-1C-11 W T Chapman F.st PU.ot 4NW NW 35-10-11 J M Jonl/ Lot 1 NE NE 36-10-11 J M Jontz I/)l 2 NW NE 3C-16-11 J M Jontz S'A NE'/j 36-16-11 J M Jontz Frl SW'/i 3G-1C-11 J M Jontz Lol 1 SW 29-1G-12 J M Jon Us Lol 1 NE 3E 30-16-12 J M Jontz Let 2 NW SE 30-1G-1Z J M Jontz Lol 6 SE SE 30-IG-12 J M Jontz Lot 5 SW SE 30-16-12 J M Jontz Lot 3 N% SW 30-16-12 J M Jontz Lot 4 S'.i SW 30-16-12 J M Jontz Lot 3 N% NW 31-1S-12 Fred Payne NE NW 23-10-12 Fred Payne SE NW 33-10-12 J W Yarbro NW SE 33-16-12 G C Hughes Frl SW NW NW 32-16-13 BIG I,AKK LANDS W H Overton Lot 0 10-14- 0 S S Slernberg Lot 10 18-15-10 CITY OF BLYTHKV1LLE ' * ALLISON ADDITION .3C .36 .36 .36 40.00 3.24 3.24 2.16 19.96 30.02 2.00 30.02 27. G4 2.11 6.50 24.49 11.07 1.00 1.20 13.8 r > M.5D 3fi.3G 80.00 143.31 20.30 21.55 29.19 40. IU 40. C4- 40.28 57.« 58.60 40.00 40.00 40.00 2.00 13.15 40.00 84.00 1.01 1.91 48.00 30.00 1.20 102.25 180.00 1.01 1.81 1.21 10.76 23.22 1.12- 2f>.22 51.17 4.14 12.74 24.31 11.84 .81 l.W Si. 7a 108.0:) 101.81 224.00 •115.27 51.55 :;o.n 40.37 M.90 51.90 5G.39 (I I).'14 48.17 33. GO 22.40 Supposed Owner Lot Bl'k 1928 1929 Hilda SmaH . Bill Williams Mary Collier Mary Collier 36 j R L Roberls .... "~ Ellen Fuller W',i R G Grant R G GRant . 4 . 1 10 11 Henry Keidman .. Sophia Dodson .. Frank Flagg Hawkins Sanders Ella Wilson & Bailie Burg .... 3PRADLEY SUBDIVISION S E Reamer l 2.25 S E Reamer 2 2.25 S E Reamer 3 2.25 S E Reamer- v ^ 2.25 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 WEST END SUBDIVISION John King 19 R Bradley 5 1.88 1.88 .94 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 1.75 .87 1.75 1.85 1.75 1.75 1.75 Will Garrett .... 10 S Dodson 5 H. Hayes 12 6 1.8 Chas Richardson 13 6 M Robbirts 3 7 BLA1N ADDITION Ira Gray. .... 1 & 2 4.90 BLYTHE ADDITION 1.75 1.75 W M Ktee 27 E H Hawkins Est. 2 A Conway N 90 ft 1 A Conway N 90 ft 2 J W Blythc 1 & 2 1 1.13 J p Allison 4 ,1 1.13! J P Allison 5 Said sale Is made lor the purpose of enforcing the collection of delinquent taxes upon said property due said Drainage District for the year 1927. and Is made in pursuance of. the authority of a decree of the Mississippi County. Chancery Court rendered on the 18th day of Nov., 1930. in a proceeding therein pending for the enforcement of 'the collection of such delinquent taxes, and if said sale be not completed 1 on said day, it will be continued from day to day until completed. ' >» • Dated this 12th day of November, 1932. R. L. GAUGES, Commissioner. Jas Hollonmn ... 4 Julia Cole 5 R Osbron 7 Henrietta Goad 4 &5 Alaska, which the United States bought from ; Russia : for $1.200,000, has produced $600,000.000 worth of minerals' since 1840. before Wynne and Kylie built a line for .Hitchcock. Jimmy's • work as ' a sophomore and junior was superb. But with Ariail and Fenton at ends. Bat McColum and Hannis Prim nt tackles, Don Jones and Boots Chambless at guards and Lee Johnson at center, Wynne has n wall that doesn't leak opposing football players, and gives Hitchcock plenty of time to get started. Jimmy's running mates are no slouches, either. Ripper Williams, a plunge. About halfway in the second quarter Mosley tossed from Blythe- vilie's 24-yard line to Purtle on the 41-jard line and the red-headed . wingman loped to Newport's 32 before he was dragged down. Another pass was incomplete and then Short shot one into Mosley's arms on Newport's 15 and tte .Chlci Cjtiarterback crossed the goal line standing up. A place kick tied the score. Newport threatened again before the half ended, intercepting a Blytheville pass ceep in Blytheville terrllory and advancing to the 10-yard line before the advance was . tailed. Blytheville kicked off to the visitors starting the second half but some long distance booting soon put the locals back down in their own territory and they stayed there. A . 12,-yard kick by Blytheville gave the visitors the ball on the locals . 34 yard-line. ;. RttchiBM to Short t* Gregory .- -Three plays left the Greyhounds : .»itu yards tc go for a. first down Hutchtoson faded back and shot a ;•: PMC down the fi*M. Tom Short hi V the bell but only deflected it into • the hands of Gregory, Newpc* .»•- half, who ran 20 yards for New I;*, -.port's Mcond touchdown. The poln m-'.'-trr failed. Is? .-,.. soon after the fourth quarte i'cpfned Tommy Short broke loose Newport's, snapshooting kicker booted one out on the Chicks flve- yard line. Short attempted lo punt from behind his own goal line but fie dropped a bad pass from center and Backus, Newport guard, fell on the pigskin for Newport's third touchdown. Tile try failed. Newport again got Its start on an intercepted pass in mldfleld. A first c'own carried the ball lo Blylhe- vllle's 43-yard line. Blytheville held find a punt went out on the Chicks 10-yard line. Three straight passes and a five yard penalty found the locals on their own five yard line. Visitors Get Safety Short, attempting to kick, was rushed but managed to tap the ball with his foot and Mosley. Chick larter, grabbed it up behind the oal line, giving the visitors an au- matio safety. The two-play touchdown from he Chicks 20-yard line where tr.e ',«'•• NOTICE OF SALE Notice Is .hereby given that the undersigned, as Commissioner of the Mississippi County Chancery Court, will on the 21st day of November,' 1932, at the South, door ^of the/Court House .in trie City of Blythevljle,-'County-; of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, .and between the hours, of eight, o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock In the afternoon of said day; offer for sale at'-publlc outcry to the highest and best '-bidder for cash, the following .described lands, tramroads and railroads situated In Drainage District No. 17 of Mississippi County, • 'Arkansas, to-wlt: Supposed owner J.W M'nllqry ' M O Usrey • ." M O Usjrty . : M O Usriy. M O Usrey . M O Usiey.-. M O Usrey .' E L Taylor ' Francis Moody P H Raspberry Myrtle Swain Unknown Myrtle Sevler Myrtle Sevler W H McColl S of RR Description NW NE Frl NE NE NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE Frl E'.t'SE SW NE SW E>,4 N 1-3 NW NE NE SE SE • NW NW S Pt N'4 NE SW NE ',4 NW SW V4 N',i SE I'.4 N'.4 SE Pt W'4 SW •"*> gallop to Newprt J W Alley Pt J W Alley SW Cor Kelley Handle Co. Hollipeter & Jontz S of R NW NE White k Williams S',4 ~ W M McFarland W W Pepper W W Pepper C J Little C J Little C J Little C J Little J Little J Little E A Taylor C J Little W O Sugg Estate N B Buckner J F Vlzzen F D Quails F D Quails all was placed in play sfler the afety followed. Short hurled a 20 ard pass to Brooks and he was railed down near mid field. He threw he next one to Purtle on Newport's 5-yard line and Purtle scrambled vcr the goal line In quick time The point was good. Blytheville kicked oft to Newport and the game ended. V4»:jrard line carrying the ball into "* rport'* territory for one of the ' times In the afternoon. An m- .tereeptcd.put broke up the Chicfc -*•*•-ne foa started a counter Me Newport. -The visitors oft two first downs th»t lptoc*4 UMK on Mjttarilte'B »2" ' ..Tb* Chki» rtlltcne4 hut B'ville Wilson Jaggers Fendler Holland Fritzius Lunsford Brooks Mosley Beck Tlpton Short Line- on POS. LK LT RE Q B HB HB NE SE Pt Lot 2 NW NE Lot 1 NE NE Lot 8 SE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE Lot 5 Lot 6 Lot 7 Frl NE SE NE NW NE SE Frl NW'.i NW SW Lot 2 E'.i SE Lot 3 SE SW Newport Turner Derrlngton McKnlght Keedy Backus Wilson Thompson Pickens Gregory Quails -orR Mrs Kate Haynie S of Byo SE NW Chas McKee NE SE Chas McKee Lot 2 NW SE Chas McKee SW SE Joe Cunningham E>,4 NE SW Joe Cunningham EH Wtt NE SW Joe Cunningham W',i W>4 NE SW S J McDearman Frl NEVi Ada Huffman E Pt SE SW J E KcBrtde Lot 1 NW W J E McBride Lot 2 3W 3W J E McBrld* Lot 3 SE SW T H HatfleU NE 3E Mattle Cassldy Frl NW SW J H Bracken Prl NW NW BIG LAKE S S Stemberg SE SW S S Sternberg Lot 13 S S Sternberfi Lot 10 S S Sternberg SE NW S S Stemberg NE SW Ray & Kelskr . Lot 2 Ray & KeWer W',4 SE Ray & KeUler" NH NW NE Ben Shires Ntt NW NW S T R 14-14- B 2-14- 9 2-14- 9 2-H- 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 9-15-11 10-15-11 10-15-11 10-15-11 19-15-11 22-15-11 10-1B-12 11-15-12 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 35-16-10 25-16-11 25-16-H 28-16-11 25-16-12 25-16-12 25-16-12 33-16-12 33-16-12 33-16-12 19-16-13 29-16-13 30-16-13 30-16-13 30-16-13 31-16-13 32-16-13 32-16-13 LANDS 18-15-10 18-15-10 18-15-10 18-15-10 18-15-10 23-16- 9 23-16- 9 26-16- 9 30-16-10 Acres 40.00 35.65 40.00 27.31 40.00 40.00 19.62 40.00 2G.66 40.00 40.00 40.00 35.98 40.00 3.00 6.00 G.OO 4.25 4.66 10.CO 20.43 32.41 41.80 40.00 40.00 40.00 38.45 19.77 39.87 8.78 40.00 40.00 61.00 40.00 45.02 . 24.50 9.57 40.00 39.16 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 so.oo 20.00 20.00 Tax 120.00 106.95 120.00 81.93 120.00 120.00 49.14 59.28 72.95 85.03 81.00 23.43 32.30 18.GO 1.80 4.50 4.50 2.56 8.39 9.CO G9.65 08.OS 125.40 120.00 120.00 120.00 120.00 59.00 120.00 26.34 120.00 120.00 6.00 108.00 135.05 44.10 8.61 120.00 117.48 120.00 12.00 6.00 e.oo 42.51 7.80 62.76 107.46 G6.60 105.00 2.10 .60 180.00 . 180.00 180.00 180.00 180.00 84.60 360.00 90.00 90.00, NOTICE OF SALE Nolice ' Ls hereby given that the undersigned, RS Commissioner of Ihe Mississippi County Chancery .Court, will on the 21st day of November, 1932, at-the South door>iof trie. Court House in the City of Blytheville, County of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, and between the hours of eight o'clock ..In the forenoon and five o'clock in the afternoon of, said day, offer for sale at public outcry to-the highest and best' bidiler for cash, th«..following ^described lands, .tramrpads and railroads situated in bfainage; District No; 17 of Mississippi County, Arkansas; to-wit: ',-.:',".- .' . • Tax 1928 1929 84.00 75.42 65.70 84.00 • 83.18 77.04 50.68 47.14 Suppose d Owner Description S T R E of RR'Lot 4 SW 7-14- 8 •Wof RR NK SW 7-14- 8 N of RR S',i SW- ' 7-14- 8 ' NE NE • y-14- 8 Lot 2 NW 18-14-8 •N14 Lot 3 NW 18-14- 8 Lots 1 & 2'-NVY li-14- B SW NE 23-14- 9 Frl. W',6, SW SW 23-14- B S of R N>i -NE 27-14- 9 Fri: Elt 8-14-10 WH N 1-3 NW 1-15-10 S 1-3 NW 1-15-10 FrL W',4 NE 1-15-10 NE SE 2-15-10 NE SW 2-15-10 NW SE SW 10-15-10 Lot 4 NE 22-15-10 NW SE 32-15-10 SVi Nil NW SE 32-15-10 Frl SW SE 32-15-10 N Pt Lot 4 SE 32-15-10 NVi SW SW 32-15-10 SE NE ! 4-15-11 S Of Byo SE SW 5-15-11 Frl SE SE 8-15-11 SE NE 6-15-11 SW NE 6-15-11 Frarik I Noe E W Myrcle Mrs R A Ellis L Hornbuckle P W Lutlerloch P W Lutterloch W R Overton D S Farrar F M Ward V M Kushman Unknown Uattle Reece Browne Si Billings F Plnkerton Browne & Billings W E Hallmark E Driver Tom Belts W Winder W 1 Winder W Winder J W Winder J W Winder M Ganns W Gosnell W Gosnell W E Hallmark: W E Hallmark Mrs. Mart Williams S 2-3 W5A E',4 E V Phillips N!6 NE 9-15-11 W4A Frl EH NE 9-15-11 Chicago Mill •& Lbr. Co. Lot between RR & Byo SW 9-I5-U J Nick Thomas E Pt NK SE 10-15-11 S H Bishop Frl N',5 N!4 SE 10-15-11 Joe Forsythe Frl SW NE 15-15-11 Dan Reynolds Lot in S',4 SE 15-18-11 Robert Small Ft! NEW 17-15-11 Hollipeter & Shonyo S Pt NW NE 19-15-11 Browne & Billings NW SW 22-15-11 Browne & Billings Pt N'.-S SW SW 22-15-11 Conway & Frye Frl NE SW 3-15-12 Conway & Frye Frl SW SW Conway & Frye Lots 1, 2 it 3 NW Conway & Frye Lots 4, 5, 6 <fe 7 SW Conway & Frye Lot 8 SE lonway & Frye WH Lol 1 NE NE Conway <fe Frye W.4 Ix>t 2 SE NE CITT OF, BLYTHEVILLE ALLISON ADDITION Supposed Owner 3 3 Johnion LucUl* M TV!*** Lot Block Tax 1.88 1'tt Lucille M Tillman Jessie Payne ...,. 10 • 9 BlIGG COLORED ADD'N W M 1.81 1.88 1,40 3-15-12 3-15-12 3-15-12 S-15-12 4-15-12 4-15-12 4-15-15 Acres 27.00 42.18 38.50 40.00 39.61 24.05 53.98 40.00 10.00 5.00 4.50 26.66 53.33 50.00 40.00 40.00 10.00 40.00 9.00 10.00 18.00 4.00 10.00 40.00 2.48 Lots 40.00 40.00 Lot 4.33 2.77 15.00 15.00 Lot 3.00 5.34 40.00 23.00 9.91 14.62 64.38 145.93 14.36 14.08 11.24 11.39 40.00 37.96 S.89 M Odom 3 4 1.45 4 1.45 2(5 3.76 27 1.50 27 1.50 19 27 r75 2.10 1.35 1.35 3.50 32-1.50 32 32 1.50 33 1.40 1.40 1.40 4.20 Hnllipeter & Slionyo Addition Jesw Wood 10 & Bragg 2, 3 lollipeter & Shonyo 7 Jydia Taylor .35 .70 .38 .33 IRREGULAR LOTS Etta J Bottrell Frl SW SW in Sec 10-15-11 3.75 Cottonbclt R. R. Lot 8 Frl. W'.-j NW 15-15-11 18.7G JAMES ADDITION B F Loflin 1 C 1.50 JONES ADDITION . T J Mahan.. W8' 5 2 .28 T J Mahan E 62' 6 2 2.01 E DANIELS ADDITION Jno Alsup Jno Alsup Jane Alsup Jane Alsup 1.75 1.13 1.13 1.13 BECKMAN ADDITION Minnie Hinn 8 1 .75 .70 BARRON i LILY ADDITION Eula Robinson . 10 D 1.13 A B Butler ..... 5 O Clyde Robinson . 10 H . 1.13 plyde R'son S',6 11 ii ' .57 Mollie Wrieht ... 8 K BUGG ADDITION 1.05 1.05 ':53 1.05 A Bradford 1 & 2 12 13 4 5 itLARSH ADDITION Laura A Collins Est 7 4 Laura A Collins Est W!-: 3 4 MORRIS ADDITION R M Morris Est C B 2.G2 R M Morris Eit, 8 B 2.C.2 ORIGINAL SURVEY J A Bass "7 . J F Wnrd 50 1.8,1 P. J. O'BRIEN ADDITION S H Wyatt 18 2 1.13 PARK ADDITION A T Earls 7 & 8 1 • 2.10 A B Donald 14 5 1.05 I S L Forsythe' .... 8 6 1.05 Geo Cummings .. Q 6 1.13 1.03 Mrs E R Jackson 6 Chas Needham 15 1.50 V 1740 1.05 2.45 1.23 2.45 2.45 1.75 J. P. PRIDE SUBDIVISION' , J P Pride .. 1 to 4 W M Frazier . G & 7 226.72 5S.06 52.32 19.89 13.21 2.24 72.95 145.98 E. M. BRYEANS ADDITION S H Myatt 9 1 .23 S H Myatt 10 1 .23 J W Bader 1, 2, 3, 4 4 .84 M R Crawford .. 13 4 .23 M R Crawford .. 14 4 .23 M R Crawford .. 15 4 .23 M R Crawford .. 10 4 .23 G C Wadley .. 4 <t 5 7 .42 Chas Oliver .... 13 8 .23 Chas Oliver .... 14 8 .23 Chicago Mill & I.br. Co. 2na Add'n Bertha Lee G 1 1.88 1.75 C W Bealle F.<A 11 2 1.88 .88 C W Bealle .... 12 2 1.88 1.75 M Hall 17 2 1.75 Gordon Evrard .. 13 3 1.88 1.75 W F George .... 1 5 1.88 Bertha Lee 35 1.75 Chicago Mill & Lbr. Co. 3rd Add'n J P Pride J P Pride J P Pride 81.00 93.00 19.02 23.67 24.00 24.00 .75 3.75 136.16 57.28 75.60 25.20 5.32 5.32 10.08 2.24 5.60 22.09 2.09 10.38 2.52 W A Orrell W A Orrell 10 Louis Boyer 1 G K Mnrkr W',i 4 Henry Adams 7 & 8 Lula Howard .... 3 1.13 1.13 1.13 .57 2.26 1.13 1.05 1.05 2.10 J P Pride 23 & 2-1 J P Pride 19 J P Pride 5 J W Fisher 6, 7, 8 & 9 J P Pride .... 3 & 4 S G Tee 9 l.GO .80 .40 .40. .40 .80 .40 .40 I.fiO .80 .40 CLYDE ROBINSON ADDITION Henry Reidmtm ..53 1.40 RICHARDS ADDITION Minnie Liltle .... 7 C 1.75 J W Blyllin .... G E 1.40 E. W. ROBINSON ADDITION Otto Clark 7 4 1.13 uHenry Adnms 9 & 10 Kenry Adams ... 11 A E Bradford 1, 2, 3 8 3.15 CHICKASAWBA ADDITION 8 13 1.75 2.10 14 .57 14 1.13 15 1.50 15 1.50 1.0? 1.40 1.40 Conway & Frye Lot 3 NE SE C E Crlgger NW SE 10-16-12 E Crigger Lot 16 SW SE 10-15-12 Amanda James Lot 1 SE NE 8-15-13 Amanda James Lot 5 SE SE 8-15-13 Emma Sims WW E',4 WH SE *E6 60' Lot 2 NE 8-15-13 M.16 George Buckner E',4 NW NE 9-15-13 20.00 Oscar Buckner E<4 SW NE 9-15-13 JO.00 Kittle Walter WW SE NE 17-15-13 15.00 Kittle Walker Frl WW 17-15-13 100.00 Kittte WaUter WM: W',4 NW SE 17-15-13 10.00 C A Rogers SE SE 23-16-10 40.00 C A Rogers ' BW SE 23-16-10 40.00 M D Bryeans SE SW 36-16-10 40.00 Unknown Ftl SE SE 3«-18-10 4.00 W M Wright W'4 SW SW 36-16-10 20.00 J M Jontz Lot 1 E',4 SE 75-16-11 St.87 A S Deen • NE NE 26-l«-Il 40.00 A 3 De«n , SE NE 26-16-11 40.00 A S Deeh' NE Cor. NW NE 26-16-11 2.00 Torn Olkn NK SB 2t-I«-U 40.00 3.73 9.61 72.00 46.80 57.54 13.86 193.14 437.19 25.85 42.24 33.72 34.17 120.00 113.88 39.67 106.20 1.54 12.60 12.60 3.92 3.92 3.48 8.97 67.20 43.68 53.70 12.94 180.27 408.04 24.12 39.4 J 31.44 31.89 99.12 G E Cross ....... 9 R M King .. 5 & 6 AMR Branson ...... W'.i 4 AMR Branson 5 Will Pyles ...... 8 Will Pyles ...... 9 DAVIS ADDITION R A Nelson .... 10 7 1.88 DAVIS SECOND ADDITION E F Wilson W'/j 4 4 .Gl DAVIS THIRD ADDITION T R Miller .... 10 1 2.25 P Z Macon E'.t 3 3 1.13 P Z Macon .... 4 3 J W Alexander ..... W 45' 6 4 2.00 J W Alley .. 4, 5, 6 7 L M Ross ...... 5 9 Til a Hubbard Ida Hubbard ... 16 Eugene Wright .. 17 Eugene Wright .. 18 Vinnic CinUman 12 & 13 Mary Cox .: 5 & 6 Fred Whimper 7 & 8 C E Neighbors .. 4 1.75 1.05 2.10 7.35 2.45 Jim Mann im Mann ...... 2 ke Wells .. 4 & 5 f Baker ....... 2 'ornon Clayton . 3 • H Hughes ... lias Campbell .. Percy Smilh — saac Inman . . . RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION H Harris ..... eo. Williams .. W Robinson . Clyde Robinson P. B. DOUG AN ADDITION L M Ross N 1-3 7 1 .07 HEARN ADDITION E E Alexander ..31 2.62 E E Alexander ..41 2.62 S H Eastburn W'.4 1 5 5.PI HEARN SECOND ADDITION Roy Little .'. W'4 2 A .K Ray Little 3 A l.Oi HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION Jno Whltsilt 11 1 1.13 1.0 66.43 62.05 11.20 11.20 21.52 121.34 S.36 100.80 Highland Place Second Addition Geo L Mulr .... 7 7 1.13 1.05 C M Baxter ... 11 7 1.13 1.0 Ben Hamner ... 14 8 1.13 Ben Hamner .... 3 9 1.13 1.0 HARRIS ADDITION Raphael Sallba All Block 2 9.8 HOLLANDALE ADDITION 108.00 108.00 3.60 48.00 36.00 84.00 4.*0 M.Ot 113.00 100.80 167.64 33.60 78.40 1.12 Clyde Robinson Mageie Robbins SUNNYSIDK ADDITION" John Effing 2 & 3 4 12 4 . 9 5 10 5 1.13 11 5 1.13 . 3 C .6 15 1.13 10 G 1.13 11 6 Fannie Weaver 7 & 8 7 SUNRISE ADDITION P B Dougan I & 2 I Robert Small K Davis ... Anna Walker . Anna Walker . Robert Small . Wallace Lucas Lilly Collins . Easter Williams 2.T l.f 1.0.: 1.05 1.05 1.05 1.05 2.10 3.50 TOLER'S SUBDIVISION O Shonvo 1.83 S F Beard .. 7 & 8 F Simon 1 & 2 .98 1.06 .93 VICK'S SUBDIVISION H G Blanchard ..4 1.50 WEST END SUBDIVISION Hawkins Furniture CO 2 2 W M Hudson 19. 20 2 WEST GATE REPLAT C R Lovman 3 &; 4 C TOWN OF YARBUO Alice Hill 2 1 1.58 1.03 2.10 A L Flowers 3 1 1.8 Said sale is made for the purpose of enforcing the collection of delinquent taxes upon said properly due said Drainage District for the years 1928 and 1929, and Is made In pursuance of the authority jf a decree of the Mississippi County Chancery Court rendered on the 18th day of Nov., 1930. in a proceeding therein ponding for the enforcement of the collection of such delinquent taxes, nnci if said sale be not completed on stild day, It will be continued, from day to day until completed. R. L. GA1NES, Commissioner.

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