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SATURDAY. MAY 23, 1931_ HI.YTHKV1U.K. (AHK.l (X)UKIER NEWS IN HEW3U5K1 _(zijb|£L-S:.va n j i jl After All, TluTt's 'More to New. near (lie Washington Arc 1 .. Vcik Than Hrcadway, and 11 sorl of capital of her p.ul'cuhr Hardly Deserves the That Authors Give Jl. Ovi-f j aristocracy. I The yarns one hears i old limes are much more l.k.'ly :lw house and to the properly line in tl'.e front. Recently Ilie Lackawanna Coun- ly Commissioners, under authority WASHINGTON. (UP)— Each car mid truck In the. United Stales last year traveled nn average of 8.010 mlk's, according lo figures recently .. NEW YORK. May .23.—Only Li;concern tin- (joints 0:1 in I'euoeX receni years has Broadway been so , Alley of ihe old Waldorf than in pawed over by so many writlns 142nd street, and when trends of Ijenls. : "'" theBt;r arc dragged cul the loll has been cheered, jeered and ; cation is ir.c Dowciy of ihe Webs- feared; 11 has teen laughed at, wept ! and Fields vlnlag;. Thereafter, Ihi' over and liiterprciad In every Ian- ; «mie might creep up as far as 24t Ullage, Including Arabic; each cor- sii-pet and have the Prohmans a ner has been peered Into and it central characters, has been called by more tricky And things keep going on in nl 1 names than, a new brand of cigar those places, quite apart Iran til' that had offered $10,000 for til? best rackets. Bangs, actors, gamblers trade mark. ' • • Ihcatcr folk, night clubs, chorines I'm not certain 11 deserved all slickers an:l all the rest of the [his. Alter all, 111 ore Is considerably . Broadway brigade concerning whom more to New York limn liroadvvay.-so many thousand woris art penned "And when'the lasl weary straggler; GILBERT SWAM. lias been cleared from ils mtdritl | to-.vaid dawn, you'll, find liiut all i HARR1SBURG, Pa. (UP)—"Tiv ils frequenters grabbed taxis and j House In the MiilHlc of Hie Hoar! 1 private cars to spin away t'j t:e r.-st j will have lo change its luime far 1; of this Manhattan that you don't ; isn't in the road anymore, ht-ar so much about. ' Famous since 1925 IX-CAIIS? of ils As a matter of fact,, some of the location in. the mlddl; of the hi'ih- best, true tales of New York ever J way liel'.veen acrauton and Pill- penned have been Ihcse of Ihe i ston. Ihe house will no tonj.-r cause lale James Huneker, wlio—if you . motorists to detour through a nar- aske<l me—would have made the j row alley as il has been removed to greatest of all New York column- another location and the road opcn- ists had he b!en tiorn 20 years cd. later, and those of Konrad Der- I When the section of ihe h'.gh- covlel. ' i-J^Ml' wa X was constructed in 1925. the Now the tales of Bcrcovici ,u. \ buroiigh ollkials, who had reach- 'stories of the foreign neighbor- j ed the limit of their bonded In- of an act of legislature passed in I announced by ihe American Motor- 1!>29, came to Ihe aid of Hie bar- ' Is'.s Association. officials and provided th? ne- j The method used by Ihe A.M.A. cessary damage funds for Ihe re- • ill computing tills figure was lo moval of the house. j ^ U K to[;1 | of tn<! ynsollne sales Durlnt' the lean) fi^lu. n few j (rain all the stales, 15,759,000003 years ago, when John Carrey, a ! gallons of Baseline, and the total son, was l ' ' .. team at V paper published an article christening tile ''louse in the headline PACE TITHE) were traveled by machines last year, or an average of 8,019 apiece. "Tills figure, of course, is an average, but may be regarded as fairly acair.ile," said J. llorlon Weeks, pir.sitlcnt of (he motorists as.socln, tion. In explaining [lie metliod of compulation. playing on f-.e football'number of rejtslered vehicles, both t'ale, a New York news- pleasure and commercial, which computation showed that gallons were used by each car on the aver- ••Jolmny Oarvcy Holds Down Lin? j age tor [lie year 1930 On the as- al Yale While His MiLier llolis ' sumption ihalthe average cur trav- Down the Line In the House In els 13.5 miles per gallon the AM A Hie Middle of the Road." ; figured 212,081,937.000 miles SI'KCIAI, ASSESSMENT LAND SALE Nolice Is hereby Liven that.I, the underlined Sp'clal Commissioner, v.-lll on SATUHDAY, MAY 30',ll. 1931, v.ilhin lBwf;:l licu;s, at Hie tiiuth c;oor of Ilia Court House In Bly- \hcvil3e, '' ' ' ** a :(.vil!e. /i-K:inM.H, si-11 lo Hi • hlaliesl bidder, for cash the fol'owiim nits located In M!ssisvp;ii County, Arkansas, to-wlt: H. S. Wray II. S. Wray II. I'. Liston 11. P. Liston H. p. Ltston H. P. Liston hcxlis: tliey are of the coffee houses of th? East Side and they are of the fiddlers in little Hungarian cafes; they are of the ways debtedness, were unable to pay for the removal of the hause which v.'as occupied by the Garvey family. The Gurveys.refuses lo move. of the Armenians and Turks in ! Tiic road was pavc-d in 1925 • up the downtown belt and of the old to the cellar wall in Hi? rear of WARNING OKDKIl CHANCERY COURT. CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MIS^IHSIP- PI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Missouri Slate Lite Insuianc: Co. Spanish dwellers Chelsea belt. There Is music in the mid- ancl color in these stories .and a quality of drama quit* different from the Uroad- concoctions. You'll find cliem in a book Utled. "Around Ihe World in New York." And 1 hear lie's working 0:1 slill a better work The defendants. P. W. Clare, Mrs. of the town. To dale. l"don't re- F ' ™. Clan and Ada U. Gwyn. are call his using the word Broadway. ?' ar "" to a j'"- ar *,""" in ^ di >" s ' in the court named in tiie caption 1 "" vcr th " ^ Huneker. particularly in "New h ; r , c . of , Cosmopolis." had anecdotes of the '?' ttlc P 1 ' 1 " 1 ' 1 old days when Luc-how's was a "car- j J 1ns , ur i ln " C ?;, ,.„ rlage trade" cafe in 14th street. Datea Ma I?"' Ml "- ur! sutc u: ~ NK FK NW KK NK ?K NV/ HK SK K" SW SE r « n. i • '''' ' W. WARNING ORDER when a different flavor went wilh I the.romance and adventure of the 1 big city. There is more of opera and art and beer drinking and of forgotten places. O. Henry wrote of Madison Square and Union Square, and bums who sat, on park tenches; of waitresses who mel 'romanca and romantics wtiq.'hict waitresses; of the life anii rhythm and coincidence and irony of everyday things. Broadway was no more to him Ihan any other thoroughfare. In fact it was less. And there was Stephen Crane, liie young genius who died long before his time, who wrote in "The Op:n Boar of things thai befell beneath the elevated tracks, and one unforgettable story of a night spent in a Bowery flophouse. . The Edith Wharton novels were ' state Life Insurance Co. ot a New York thai tucked itself | Dated May 2 1931 bor.ind red-stone dwellings, many of which have become speakeasies; Garner i: Chrktman E 15.42 A. L il i Garner & ChrLslman 1,01 5 $K Amanda Taylor S. 12.35 A. of w 24.7 A. SW -JK W. M. Taylor Est. SE NW Love B. Adams NE SI' Ixwe B. Adams NW SE Love B. Adams SK SE Ix>vc B. Adams SW SE Louis Lendennle NW SE Ira Crawford NW NE Ira Crawford SW NE Pauline Driver Jasper NE NE Paulln: Driver Jasper NW NE Pauline Driver Jasper SE NE Pauline Driver Jasper SW NE Pauline Driver Jasper NE SF, Pauline Driver Jasper NW SK Pauline Driver Jasper SF. SE Pauline Driver Jasper !5W SE H. P. Llslrn NE SW II. P. Liston NW SW 11. P. L'.ston SE SW H. P. Liston SW SW Bankers Mortgage Co. NE SW Bankers Mortgage Co. NW SW linkers Mortgage Co. SE SW Bankers Mortgage Co. SW SW Bankers Mortgage Co. NE KE Bankers Mortgage Co. NW SE Bankers Mortgage Co. SE SK Rankers Mortjage Co. SW S 1 : iC. A. Rcdsers Lots 1 A; 2 NE • H-,rm. M-'rr's' D' C ! " c ' e " Fran - eE Buchanan E of L Frl NE Cr " 5 ,,["^ 5 ' '[W. M. Taybr Est. Frl. NE RE "" . „. Trly , or Bt . iW. ^f. Taylor |W. M. Taylor Est. JW. M. Tv.'lor Est. ' CHANCERY COURT. CHICKA- Ml P - Brownies ' CCt'NTY, ARKANSAS. fjssoun Stale Life Insurant Co.. Plaintiff. vs. No. 4925 Mrs - °- G - Tucker H. O. Slernbcrg, et al. Df- -"• B - clar;: fendar.t. i Bankers MV. Co. NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NW NW SW NW NE fiE SE SE Charles Abbott Charles Abbott E. H. Caldwcll E 46 A. of E«!. SF! SF, NW NR SW NH SE i Bankers M'/ The defendants. M. W. Larnb,' nnnkcr5 M '?- <*>• - q B SE Ltila Lamb. B. H. Wilhile, Truslee. Banters Mlsr. Co. RW RF A. N. Mnrtin and Mrs. A. N. Mar- cllas - Harrington N 10 A. SE NW lin, are warned lo appear within chil£ - Harrlnnlnn S 30 A. NE Hilry days in the court named.In Garner ,t Christmnn the" caption lit rear and CIPSWI r the Garner & Christman which breathed tradition and rode In carriages. Greenwich Village, ccinplnim of the plaintiff Missouri Garner & Christman lamer ft Cliristmnn •arncr & Christman R. L. Gaincs. Clerk, Jvy W: Crawferd, Ally Ad Litem. By Harvey Morris. D. C. 2-y-I6-23 MILCH COWS For Sale or Trade 20 head fresh milch cows. Will sell on fall payment with approved security. Harris & Hidif31 Mule Co. Chicago Mill Ami lu Corporation NOTICE All male residents of Blytlicvillc between ihe ages of 18 and -15 arc warned to appear at the office of the city clerk to work on the streets or pay S3 in lieu thereof to the City Clerk on or befoi-fj the 1st of June, 1931. City ordinance provides minimum (inn O f $10 f or f ai | u ,. c to do so Also the city Privilege, Auto, Truck, Drays and Dog licenses must be paid on or before June 1st. 1<)31, to save a fine of ?10. S. C. CRAIG, Citn Clerk Garner .V Caristman ME NE N\V NE SE NR SW NE NE SE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW Southwest Joint Stock Land Bonk Except I A. Sq. NE cor. NE SE wes: Jt. Stock L. Bank NW SE S'west Jt. Stock L. Bank SF S 11 ; C1 f"st Jl. Stock I,. Bank SW SE C. J. Lillle N of. RE 7.5 A. of SE SW S'west Jt. Siock L. Bank NW SW .It. Stock L. Rank SW SW •n-'-n M. Taylor All W of I, SE Garner it Chrlstman Oarner & Christman Garner & Christmnn Wilsy Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wil=y Bros, "."lev Prcs. Rres. Tires. Wil-y Bros. !•>" CIT T«roy 'Vile-- Bros, 'in CJIT I-erov J-hn M. Tavlor Jihn M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Tavlnr Mrs. W. M Tnvbr Mrs W. M. Taylor NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE NF: KW NW SW SE SW sw sw NE SE NW SE SE SE SE SK SW BE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW Thoims E. Thompson Est. I/it 5 EE SE 31 Thomis E. TiompsDii Est. Lo'. 4 r\v SE 12-14-10 13-14-11 13-14-10 13-14-10 1-14-11 1-11-11 2-14-U 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 3-14-11 10-14-11 10-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-H-ll 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 18-14-11 18-14-11 18-14-11 18-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 ' 4-14-12 4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 (5-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-U-12 36-15-10 36-15-10 1-15-11 1-15-11 27-15-11 28-15-11 28-15-11 • 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 8-15-12 8-15-n 8-15-12 8-15-12 8- IS- 12 D-15-12 fl-15-12 D-15-12 9-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 24-15-n 20-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 2.1-15-12 28-15-12 2S-15-12 2H-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 2S-I5-12 3"-l5-12 30-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-n 31-15-12 31-15-12 Joe Carr L?roy NK NE 32-15-12 Joe Carr Lsroy SE NE 32-15-12 Wiley Bros. W 5 A. NW NE 33-15-12 Wiley Bros. W 5 A. SW N"; 33-15-12 Wiloy Bros. MS NW 33-15-12 Wiley Bros. NW NW 33-15-12 Wiley Bros. SE NW 33-15-12 Wiley Bros. SW MW 33-15-12 Arlena Hires RE PE 33-15-12 Arl r na i' ( res RW SE 33-15-12 Arlena Hires NE SW 33-15-12 Arkna Hires NW SW 33-15-12 Arlena Hires SS SW 33-15-12 Ariena Hires SW SW 33-15-12 H. N. Thomason NE NE 34-15-12 H. N. Thomason NW NE 34-15-12 H. N. Thomason SE NE 34-15-12 H. N. Thomason RW Nn 34-15-12 St. Louis & San Frsncisco R. R. Marie Line from the East and West quarter Section line of Section 27. Township is North. Ran-e 11 East, to the South line of Section 32 Township 1 J , N. R»n.7c 1! East St. Lonls and San Francisco R. R. j on r s boro Lake City it f astern Dlv. Main line east of Blytheville from the east scc- "Mcn line of Section 15, Township 15 N.. Ranzc 11 E to the East section line of Section 16. Township 15 " N Raiuje 12 E 40 40 40 40 40 40 15.42 32 12.35 39.93 40 40 40 40 40.83 40.13 40.73 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 47.47 40 47.02 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 49.64 38.D3 25.60 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 10 30 40 40 40 40 4!) 40 40 40 40 39 40 40 34 7.50 40 40 28 40 40 40 40 40 .40 40 40 49 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2.93 ?3.09 40 40 5 5 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 38 .12 Cornier News Wanl Ads Pay. TOY GLIDERS POPULAR LEIPZIG, (UPl-Tlic mos i ,„),,_ ulnr (oy In Oeinmny today Is the model glider which is shown In great variety at the Leipzig Fair. SPECIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SALE Commlssl'oneV '"'••"' SATURDAY, MAY 30th, 1931, for more limn a mile, and remain aloft for (en mlmilcs. Hoys clubs of model llyers arc being termed all o\er Germany. within lawful hours, at the Soulh door of'the Court House in Ely- " ih,.v(lln Art,,,,,... sen to , ne hlghcsl bldto _ for ca3h tnc , ol , owmg The favlii-iilni/ iniin niVr-rnn <i " lv '" lv ' """NIMH,, M.-II lu INC inkiest mailer, lor ca; ?o" l mo^' h '"a S. , B K,,± ^l"" 1 ''' "> Mta'-PP" County. Arkansas, to-wll .SI'K.CIAI, ASSKSSMKNT LAND SAI.K Nolice Is hereby given ihat I. the unUerslgnetl Special Commissioner, will on within Inwful SATUHDAY. MAY 301h, 1931, hours, at the South door of the Court House In illy- ihi-ville, Arkansas, sell to the lilalu-it. bMilcr. for cash the follnwlnu "'lids louiUrd in Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wlt: I't. of See. 13.80 17.34 15.21 15.21 15.21 15.21 3.1*4 0.12 1.32 .30 19.20 10.20 19.20 19.20 11.55 . 11.55 16.20 11.48 11.48 11.48 11.48 14.72 14.72 14.12 14.72 12.79 12.79 12.79 12.79 13.29 18.00 .48 12.60 17.60 17.66 17. CC 17.CG 8.40 14.37 .OB 5.94 5.94 5.94 5.fl4 14.40 13.68 13.63 13.68 16. fia 8.64 11.51 20.51 20.10 20. IT 1.83 5.4H 14.01 14.0! 14. (14 14.04 11.51 14.04 14.04 14.04 14.04 4.41 7.20 7.20 0.12 1.35 .21 4.02 2.0-1 14.13 14.13 14.U 14.13 21.IK 21.0"! 21.01 21.0^ 19.41 II. 51 19.41 7.20 fi.P' 7.1li 7.16 7.in 7.in !.?•> 10.1R 20.19 20.19 2.71 2.70 20.GT 20.65 20.65 20.65 20.65 19.65 22.72 22.72 22.72 22.72 14.27 14.27 14.27 12.00 75.00 1875 '.'. A. Whistle l->b Veach lalt Veach I. K. Wray 1. H. Wray I. P. Llslon l. 1'. I.lstim t. I 1 . liUton 1. I'. Uflon M of U SW NI: sw RE SW NE SE NW SE NK SF. NW 3F. SK SE SW SK 'iarner A: Chrlslman All orl<[ sur. NE "iarncr & Chrls'.man E 15.42 A ixil, 1 NW Tinni-r A- Christman I/>t 5 SE •V. M. Tavlor Esl. E 105.43 A of NK Amanda Taylor S 12.35 A. of W. 24.1 A. SW NE V. M. Taylor Est W C'J A. N'4 NW W. M. Taylor Kst. SE NW W. M. Taylor Kst. SW NW Love 11. Adams NE SE Love 11. Ail'mns • NW SE Love B. Adams SK RE Love li. Adams SW SE Louis Lendennic NW RE Ira Crawford NW NE Ira Crawford SW NE Eoulhwest Jt. Slock Land 1-1.34 14.41 21. 21.00 37. nn 27. SO 27. 27.00 40.34 3.57 o.al G3.43 Bank Pauline Driver Jasper Pauline Driver Jasper Pauline Driver Jasper Pauline Driver Jasper Pauline Driver Jasiwr Pauline Driver Jasper Pauline Driver Jasper I'auline Driver Jasper H. P. Liston H P. Llslon H. I'. Liston H. I>. Lislon Bankers Mortgage Co. Bankers Morlgase Co. Bahkers Mortgage Co. Bankers Mortgage Co. Bankers Mortgage Co. Bankers Mortgage Co. Lot 5 NE 10-14-11 NE NR 17-14-11 NW ME 17-14-11 SE NE 17-14-11 SW NE 17-14-11 NE SE 17-14-11 NW SE 17-14-11 SE SE 17-14-11 SW SK 17-14-11 NE SW 18-14-11 NW SW 18-14-11 SE SW 18-14-11 SW SW 18-14-11 NE SW 4-14-12 NW SW 4-14-12 NE SE 5-14-12 NW SE 5-14-12 SE SE 5-14-12 . _ SW SE 6-14-12 Helen Prances Buchanan E of L Frl NE 6-14-12 W. M. Taylor Est. Frl. NE SE ' 6-14-12 NW SE N14 S'-i SE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NW NW SW NW NE SE W. M. Taylor Est. W. M Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Esl, W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Tavlor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. M. F. Brownlec M. F. Brownlee Cims. Ahbott Chas. Abbott SE SE P. A. Itoblnson E. 2-3 E'.'j NW International Bank in St. Louis W 1-3 E'i NW F. A. Robinson ' NE SW Myrtle Bourland NE NE Mrs. D. M. Cutler NE NE H. Caldwell E 45 A. E". RK Mrs. G. G. Tucker SE NW J. B. Clark NE 8W Bankers Mortgage Co. FS P^ Bankers Morlgaee Co. SE SE Bankers Mortgage Co. SW SB J. A! Skinner N',4 S'.4 NW NE Chas. Harrington S 30 A. NK NW Ohas. Harrington N 10 A. SE NW Mrs. John M. Taylor S'.i SE SE Mrs. John H. Taylor S'.£ SW 3E Mrs, John M. Taylor NE SW Mrs. John M. Taylor NW SW. Mrs. John M. Taylor SE SW Mrs. John M. Taylor SW SW Soulhwest J. Stock Land Bank ' Except 1 A. insq. NE cor NE SE Southwest Jt. Stock Land Bank NW SE Southwest Jt. Stock Land Bank SE SE Southwesl Jt. Stock T.and Bink N. 34 A. SW SE Southwest Jt. Slock I/inrl Bank SW SW John M. Taylor All W of L SE Wiley Bros. NE 3E Wilev Bros. NW SE Wiley Bros. RE SF Wiley Bros. SW SE Wiley Bros. NE SW Wiley Bros. NW PW Wiley Bras. SE SW Wiley Bros. gvf SW J- H. Ball NE NW J. H. Ball NW NW loc Carr Leroy NE SE Joe Carr I^roy NW SE Joe Carr ly^rov PR .SE •lohn M. Taylor SE SE •Iohn M. Tavlor SW KK Mrs. W. M. Taylor NE NW Mrs. W. M. Taylor NW NW Mrs. W. M. Taylor SE NW Mrs. W. M. Tavlor SW NW Thomas E. Thomson Est. All Orig Survey SW Joe Carr Leroy NE NE Joe Carr Leroy SE NE Wiley Bros. W 5 A. NW NE Wiley Bros. W 5 A SW NE Wiley Bros. NE NW Wiley Bros. NW NW Wiley Bros. SE NW Wiley Bros. SW NW Arlena Hires NE SW Arlena Hires NW SW Arlena Hires SE SW Arlena Hires SW SW J. N. Thomnsan NE NE J . N. Thomason NW NE J. N. Thomason SE NE J. N. Thomason Frl. SW NE NW SF, SW SE 6-14-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7r!4-12 36-15-10 30-15-10 1-15-li 1-15-11 13-15-1! 11-15-11 13-15-11 24-15-11 25-15-11 27-15-11 28-15-11 28-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-H 30-15-11 33-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 26-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28 ; 15-1Z 28-15-12 28-15-1'! 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 30-15-12 30-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 32-15-12 32-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-13-12 33-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-13 34-15-12 32 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41.47 40 47.02 40 4(1 40 40 40 40 38.03 25.60 40 39.80 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 53.33 23.86 40 40 40 46 40 40 40 40 40 9.94 30 10 20 20 40 41) 40 '40 39 •40 40 S4 40 28 40 40 40 4(1 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41 41) 49 40 4(1 40 40 40 41.29 40 41 5 5 4Q 40 41 41 40 40 40 40 40 40 38 32 20 40 14.61 27.37 21.37 27.31 27.37 27.37 27.37 27.37 27.3? 30.33 30.33 30.33 30.33 21.29 21.29 18.13 18.13 18.13 18.13 7.25 11.93 11.90 11.97 18.1? 18.13 18.13 18.13 26.07 26.07 21.7(1 21.7(i 38.03 19.31 18.11 9.01 11.1C 35.03 14.81 18.13 26. Of 26.0) 27.9 1 ! 6.31 6.0T 2.38.37 25.41 25.41 20.3H 23.32 7.01 7.25 7.25 5.61 5.20 1.32 27. hi 27.91 27.K) 27.ffll 27.511 27. CO 27.no 27. nn in.74 16.74 33.4S 13.f" 8.37 8.SI 23. S7 53.57 23.57 23.57 34.32 21. IP. 21.0? 4.19 4.19 33.41 33.4S 31.4« 33.48 33.41 31.48 33.4R 30.55 30 tt 30.55 2fi.11 7.35 13.31 Name Ft. of Sec. if. Ij. Wrny NE SB 12-14-10 il. U Wray NW HK U-14-10 I. P. Liston NE SK 13-14-10 f. P. Liston NW SE 13-14-10 f. I'. Listen SR SK 13-14-10 II. !'. Listen SW SK 13-14-10 Clarner & Chrlslman All orle; Siir. NE 1-14-11 arncr ft Chrlstimm E. 15.42 A Lot 1 NW 1-14-11 Oarner it ChrrUnmn Lot 5 W. M, Tnvlor Est. E. 105.43 A. NK Amanda Taylor S 12.35 A. of W 24.70 A. SW N 1 -: W. M. Taylor Est. W 03 A. N',4 NW W. M. Tr.ylor Est. SE NW >'/. M. Taylor Esl. SW NW :.ive 11. Adonis NE SH love B. Adams NW SR II. Adams HE SE Live n, Adams SW SE Mrs. Amanda Taylor E of R SK NE Lendennle NW SK Ira Crawford NW NR 1m Crawford SW NE 1-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 3-14-11 3-14-11 10-14-11 10-14-11 Southwest Joint Slock Land Hank L 5 NE 12-14-11 Pauline Driver Jasper NE NE 11-14-n Paulino Driver Jasncr MW NE Pauline Driver Jasper SE NE Pauline Driver Jasper SW NE Pauline Driver Jasper NE SE Pauline Driver Jasper NW SE Pauline Driver Jasper SE SE Pauline Driver Jas|>cr SW SE II. P. List on NE SW H. P. Liston NW SW ' II. P. I.Won SE 8W H. P. Listen SW SW Bankers Mortgage Co. NE SW Hankers Mortgage Co. NW SW Bankers Mortgage Co. SE SW Bankers Mortgage Co. SW SW Bankers Mortgage Co. NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co. NW SE Tiankers Mortgage Co. SE SE Bankers Mortgase Co. SW SE A. Dodgers Lots 1 <t 2 NE telcti Frances Buchanan E of L rrl NE W. M. Taylor Esl. Frl'NE SE W. M. Taylor Est. NW SE V. M. Tavlor Est. Hit S',4 SE V. M. Taylor Est. NE MW V. M. Tavlor Est. NW NW W. M. Taylor Est, ' SE NW W. M. Taylor Esl. sw NW F. Brownlee NW NW M F. Brownlee sw NW fharlcs Abbott NE SE Charles Abbott SE SE r . A. Robinson E 2-3 nf F.v, NW International Bank In St. Louis W 1-3 of EK NW 3rown Heirs SW SE F. A. Robinson NE SW Myrtle Bourland • NE NE Mrs. D. M. Cutler ' NE NE E. H. Caldwell E 43 A, of EH SE Mrs. D. G. Tucker SE NW I. B. Clark ^ NE SW Bankers Mortgage Co. • 'NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co. SE SE Bankers Mortgage Co. SW SE Ohas. Harrinfrtcn S 3D A. NE NW has. Harrington N 10 A. SE NW tfrs. John M. Taylor S'.i.SE SE Urs. John M. Taylor a'.i SW SE Mrs. John M. Taylor NE SW Mrs. John M. Taylor NW SW fts. John M. Taylor SE SW Mrs. John M. Taylor SW SW Qarner & Christman NE NE Garner it Christman NW NE Garner k ChrJstmah SE NE Darner *c Christman SW NE jarner i Christman NE SE Gamer & Christman NE NW 3arner & Chrlstmon NW NW Gamer k Chrlslman SE NW earner & Christman SW NW Southwest Joint Stock Land Bank Except.1 A. In Sq, NE cor NE SE S'west Jt. Stock L. Bank ' NW SE SVest Jt. Slock Land Bank SE SE Southwest Joint Stock Land Bank N 34 A. SW SE St. Louts Joint Stock Land Bank NW SW St. L. Jt. Stock Land Bank SW SW Mrs. John M. Taylor All W of t, SE Wiley Bros. NE SE Wiley Bros. NW SE Wiley Bros. SE SE Wiley Bros. SW SE Wiley Bros. NE SW Wiley Bros. NW SW Wiley Bros. RE PW Wiley Bros. SW SW J. H. Ball NE NW J. H Ball NW NW Joe Carr I«roy NE SE Wiley Brothers NW SE Wiley Bros. SE SE Mrs. John M. Tavlor SE SK Mrs. John M. Taylor SW SK Mrs. W. M. Taylor NE NW Mrs. W. M. Taylor NW NW Mrs. W. M. Taylor SE NW Mrs. W. M. Taylor SW NW Thos. B. Thompson Est Lot 5 SE S^ Thos. E. Thompson Est I, 4 SW SE Thos. E. Thompson Est All ork si ]r . SW Tlios. E. Thompson Est I, 1 NW SW Thos. E. Thomnson Est L 3 E>4 SW. Thos. E. Thompson Est L 2 SW SW Joe Carr Leroy NE NE Joe Carr Leroy SE NE Wiley Bros. ' W 5 A. NW NE Wiley Bros. W 5 A. SW NE NE NW * d ** . , sasyng . oecrcu rendered by the Chancery Co.irt r,f the Chlckasnwba District of Mis- of satisfying a decree y> Alansns ' ° 15- 1031. In the case of Sub- n , v , , - . - DIs Iricl No. 4 of Grassy Lake & Tyrone Drainage District No. 9, Plain-irr, vs. certain Lands and H. p. Listen/ et al., Defendants, aynlnst said land fr.r a special p.sswrrent due thcrron together with court costs, pcnalltes aitf nttornrys fees, said assessment bein? set opposite each tract of land. WITNESS my Imnd this 15th day of May, 1031. R. L. GA1NES. . _ _ . Special Commissioner. J- l . Losirm, Attorney. J . N. Thomason •]• N - Thomason . The foDowfn* Unii UKiMd In Sah-DUi. No. 2 of Drilturo DM. No * J. W. Whistle W of B NE NW 13-14- 9 20 5 55 J. W. Whistle NW NW 13-14- 9 40 23 3S J. W. Whistle SE NW 13-14- 9 40 24.SI W. A. Whistle N of B SW 13-14- 9 69.50 33.67 Said land will be sold for the purpose of satisfying a decree reu- afred by the Chancery Court of Ihe Chlckasawba Dlslrlct of Mississippi County. Arkansas, on May 15. 1931, In the case of Grassy Lake ,,'T vronza Drainage District No. 9. Plaintiff, vs. Certain Lands mid •>• W. Whistle, et al.. Defendants, Rjdlnst said land for a spec!* assessment due thereon; together with court costs, penalties and attorney' fees, said assessment twin* set opposite each tract of land. WITNESS my hand this 15th day of May, 1031. R. L. OAINES, . _ Special Commission r J- T. Coston, Wiley Bros. Wi!cv Bros Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Arlena Hires Arlena Hires Arlen» Hires Arlena Hires Arlena Hires Arlena Hires J. N. Thomason J.-N. Thomasori J. N. Thomason J. N. Thomason Said NW NW SE NW SW NW SE SE SW 9E NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE 11-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 11-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 1B-14-1I 18-14-11 18-14-11 18-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 0-14-12 0-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 38-16-10 36-15-10 1-15-11 1-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 24-15-11 25-15-11 27-15-11 28-15-11 28-15-11 30-15-11„, 30-15-11 30-15-11 35-15-11 35-16-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 8-15-12 8-15-12 B-l5-i2 8-15-12 8-16-12 9-15-12 9-15-12 9-15 ; 12 • 9-I5 : 12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 24-15-12 26-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 23-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 30-15-12 30-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 Sl-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-h 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 5T-15-12 32-15-12 32-15-1S 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-16-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 34-15-12 34-J5-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 49 40 40 40 40 40 100.44 15.42 32 105.43 12.35 63 39 91 39 9T 41 40 40 40 40.8.1 40.71) 40.13 3'I 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 ' 40 40 40 40 40 40 49.04 38.91 25.60 40 39.81 40 . 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 53.33 26. GO 40 40 40 40 40 40 .,,..,40.. 40 40 . 30 10 20 30 40 40 . 40 40 4? -« 40 40 39 40 •40 31 40 40 28 40 40 40 40 40 40 '40 40 40 40 40 40 • 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2.53 23.09 41.29 27.91 45.80 42.41 40 40 5 5 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 . « 40 32 11.80 14.82 •' 13.19 '•• 13.19 13.11 ' 13.11 , 14,05 •• t 81 581 22.41 •••'• 1 31*" IB. •>*• •• in 11 " 10.M-" ]l 1.1- — in '» 10 l4-- ; in 01"" io.ni n 71 -' . n. it -•--,•. P.I7T" :': 13.71':" / n. m"-~ •'-.' n. in I'.ri'i .'.. ii.ni .9.17- ."• 10.41 " 1V ; .33 7. IS ----S <vj'" &.oi S fn • fi. M •"."" 7 -xi •'•'"' 11. -"5 '•^"T,,, f>.tl ••' •S.lf" . in. 31' — m,?l lo'.it • • in •>»":'!" , R.^l -.1 7.91 ' •7.11 ... 7.91 ... 10.61 ^ ., ii li "1 ..;., 18,61 : ' 2H.fH..',V" 4.11 - 4.1l' ; •• "O.S1 .'". .4.11 -'.'( K.R~. . • 7.11 . ".8,31 J.. 8.31 ' ' 8.12 8.1? ' 4.10 3.54 • It'- 2.31 .38 S.14 s.n n.t- n.n 12.17 12.17 4.1)! 4.1<! . 11.31 fi.r-. II. -"l S.5'! 7.11 o a* P.11 9.11 9.11 in. 5-' ST." 2S.'1 12.01 13. in . l.RT 1.53 11.01 11.14 n.r>4 11.11 11.29 11 .W IS.!? 8.55 8. IS 6.60 land will be sold for the purpose of satisfying a decr»» rendered by the Chancery Court of Ihe Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on May 15. 1S31. In the case" of Sub- District No 3 of Grassy Lake <t Tyronza Drainage District No. 9, Plaintiff, vs. Certain Lands and H. L. Wray, U •), Defendants, a«nlnsl said land for a special assessment due thereon, to*tthCT with court costs, penalties and attorney's fees, s&ld assessment being srt opposite each tract of land. WITNESS my hand this 15th day of May, 1931. R. L. OAINES, Special Commissioner. J. T. .Coston, ... . ' '"'

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