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PAGE (ARE.) COTjfe'iEB tf&v* Patience Exhausted Alter 14 Lean Years; Current Misfits Branded Worst nv iiARiiv ORAVSON X'EA Srrvlre Sporls Krtllnr CHICAGO, Julv 14. — Wlmfs Wrong wllh the Willie Sox? Learned writers today urc tsk- ing'. this question on the editorial ]>&ges of Chicago newspapers, and, speaking for Ihe funs, demanding that J. Louis Comhky tido|)i :i more consiniflive policy. ll'f. « rivlu Issui-. tills M-yefir flop o)' H rlu!) M >:ler-ned In Lrn- d'llon, fur. will! nil their fault;;, the- Chicago irade sllll Inves the Wlilti' Sox. . Grayhpords look liarl: at the Illtte.'i Wondc-r.s'of 1000, who nui- smartcd the Cubs in the world series, nnd ba.sel>nll followers ol more rccrnt vintage hnven'1 forgotten tlie 1917 team Hint trimmed the Giants, and the.^hib considered by ninny the finest ever deployed—the one thai Viirned out In be the Black Box, of I'll!) nnd '20. Blue* Sox? How Chicago wishes it had Shocle&s Joe Jackson. Hnp- . py Felsch, Buck Wenvcr. Swede RLsbcri!. Chic Cnndll. Eddie Cicotte. Claude- Williams, nnd Fred McMullMi Irark! "That was the BrenleM. l):ill cliil) J ever played against or saw." says , Jimmy D.vkes. currently cnrryli>li .the-annual Chicago hcndncbc ns manager. "In tlic American League of this season, (lie White So.x o( '1C anil "20 now would lie so far In front that you couldn't him 'em with ft roek." Dykes ndmircd ihc Philadelphia club of I he rtnys of nemler. .Coombs. Plunk nnd Melnnls, Collins, Harry, and linker, and piny'- 1 eil with a fall- soil nf a collection i of AAAAA.Vs In '20. MO and '.11.i His llfllna his keily to the posl-i war Box River, (ho* who didn't know them a [inoil Idea of Just! how capable they were. I Did tliii IDl!) world scries scan-' da), which threatened lo wreck • the Raino when it crackrd down upon the head nf the late Charles A. Comhkey Just as (lie conspirators appeared a liool In Hie Irons- ers to repeal" in Ilir last linlf don•' en gomes of -20. faslen a permanent jinx ,011 the Sox? Whatever tjie cause, the team hasn't bwn ,inywlx>rc near tlie lop since, although one manager after unother followed Kid Gleason. Certainly, all of the blame cannot, be laid ori tlie men at the helm, for strategist.'; of known capability have attempted to turn tlie tide— Evcrs, Collins. Sehfdk. Ulnekbnme. Hush, Fonsi:en, and Dykes. Nor'has n shortage of Black Hose? Yes! But How Dykes Wife He Had Their Equals! JtJtY 14, 1531 ChasteeiiHarris,FormcrSputhcrn Champ, To Seek Tri-State Title The vanguard army of (jolffrs nf an Imposing from Tennessee; Inhe Ruth Star of Yankee TriumpK; Giants Increase National Lead The Now York Yimkcrs regained the Amerlenn league lend yes- rrdny dofralliiK the Ilclrolt Tigel's who hehl Ihe lop place for u dny. 4 lo 2. Babe Ruth drove in two runs In tardid the Sox. The elder Conils- key paid the San Frsmclsco-Seals $125,000 for Willie Kamin durlni; the golden andfelddy days of 1923. Two winters '• back the younger ComLskcy,}handed a like sum to thi AAAAAA's for Dykes. Al Simmons, and Mule Hans. . Last; .winter, a S75.000 transaction Brought George Esmsh.iw from the same source. Yet the White Sox today flounder in the darkest corners of the cellar, 22Vi games in the rear of tlie lenpsr. iwltli the worst record in.either major league, and with no hope \of getting anywhere in particular. The injuries of Luke Appling and Jack Hakes handicapped the club, of course, but no machine' > Is stronger than Its reserves, and the helplessness of the- Sox was brought out when the second base combination was forced lo tlie sidelines. Help was forthcoming from nowhere witli groat dis patch. In recent weeks, critics with tired old eyes unhesitatingly pronounced the Chicago club the poorest in the history of the majors—even less formidable than .several of the misfit teams put on the field by Connie Muck during his seven years of doormattlng. Old Connie kidnaped kids from campuses, grabbed sailors off ships, used most anybody, but In - the opinion of many veteran observers never led a band that looked quite as bad or made as many mistakes as the Sox whom the once happy|o-lucky Dykes now is trying to laugh off. long home run nnd thrn scored :he winning counter on double. Huffinc was the winning pllehcr. The llo.slon Red Sox defenled Ihe SI. Louis llrowns. 7 to 2, al Hi. Louis. Wes Pencil's two home, runs aided his victory materially. He pitched shutout ball into the ninth. The Washington Senators defeated the Cleveland Indians 3 to 2 at Cleveland. Waller Stewart, southpaw, held Ihe Indians In check to win n hurling duel from , Missouri nnd oilier points In Ar- Ikansas was due hpre today for the Trl-stale amateur tournament :il Ihe lllythevllli! country club. Sunday mid Monday over the Tl- hole :rontc -ni> modal • play. While the tourney officially i;c(s underway tomorrow, players who desire to do .so may play their 18 hob qualifying round today instead (if Sunday and many plan to lake advantage of this opportunity. % Chasleen Hun-is, former Southern iiinnlenr champion, nnd chns. Aller were on their way here from Memphis today heading an im- Dlckcy'.s prcsslvc Rrotip of Bluff Cily stare cnddy, and local golfers doubled: loday Hint Ilic youth's mark would' HTIGEI and Winegarner. York Gianls increased Hltdcbraml The New their lend by beating ilic Piitr.- bnrgh Pirates 7 to 6 nt New York. FitAsliiimons hurled for the New Yorkers and ,Ioe Moore led the attack' with two homers a double and a' single. O'Dou! also hit for he circuit. Tlie Cincinnati Reds trounced the Brooklyn Dodgers 8 to G at who will compete. A group of six of the outstand- e sharp rJiootera of Maylleld. Ky.. were also re|yirlcd enroute here today. Early tills morning It was announced that n trio of m- lK>.slrd even wllh such un iirrny of stars pnrUclnntlii", in thr tourney. The 18 hole record for the local course of fis. nine under par. is held by .Johnny Pepp, formc-i pro of the club. W. A. "Jimfc" Dwell of the tn- cal club will lx- one of the fnvorllr-s lor Ihc title. Dowell won the Northeast Arkmusos-Soulhcasi Missouri event here last summer im-l was vmmer-np In the recent Arkansas amateur tourney. The lo- nil fnur man teiun will Indud.'- Dowell. a. A. Lynch, .lohn Lrnli nnd one .other yet to be nanird. Fr.iuk Whltworth loomed as » |x*- lurned in Inclinn and Opponent in Main Go; German Strong Man Htinnicut's Foe sible member when he a low score yesieroay but Whlt- worlh said lie was nut. certain New York. and Hafey hit had planned to make . the would be. unable to come but later reports were that they would be hern. Mayers from sonlheasl Missouri are expected from u number of clubs including Cape Girnrdean, Kennclt, Poplar Bluff and • other ixjints. The visitors will find.the lengthy nine hole local, course- in good .slui|>e for the tournament. A few change's have been - made to make the course more difficult • for the meet but on the whole it is practically the same layout that visitors have found unusually, difficult in the past, The course record of 31, six Hint he would be ulitc in play full distance anil It, v,-.is ]ir.!i...ui! llml Uo Liiil/v-inrli. inulhCiil '•'-"' champion, u-1: players, wno Bill j'ollnrd might be namrd Ihe team Nsme Pt. of Bet. Lee WilMn & ro Ortg Sur SE SW I/« Wilson ft. co Oiij Stir SW SW .Toe R Baker E'.', NE NE Joe R Baker E 4a W 1 ,? NE NE Joe R Baker E!a SE NE .Ice B Baker E 4a Wli l*e Wilson & Cn NE SE Iff Wilson Si. Co NW SE Iff Wilson ti. Co SE SE \fv Wilson & Co SW SE Iff Wilson & co NE NE Iff Wilson Ai CD HW NE l,°e Wilson ir. Co RE NFl Iff Wilson A- Co fl\V NE Lee Wteon & Co UK SF; I/°e Wilson <fc Co NW SK I.ee WIl'OTi & Co RE SR Lee Wilson & Co SW SF1 Curtis j Little N o; n F. 7.50 A SE SW I/iiiis? Chapman K of It SR SW Lout<f! Chapman S of R F. 5 A of li A SW RW John M Tuylor All W n! I. SK E I. .V Rutli llalc MR NW E I..V Rutji Hale NW NW f. L A. Ruth Hale SE NW E I. A. Rulli link 1 RW NW 1/n r, SE 1 SK Thos E Thompson Esl Lot 4 SW SE Wiley Bros W 5A NW NE Wiley Bros w ft A SW NE 8, T. R. A. T»J 16-15-12 38.91 7.17 15-15-12 17-1F.-1C- 17-15-12 17-15-12 17 : 1S .12 17-15-12 17-15-12 17-15-12 17-15-12 20-15-12 20-1S-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 2r»-)5-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 25-15-12 L'5-15-12 39.94 20 4 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41) 49 40 1.17 6.68 1.14 6.6S 1.14 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 H.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14. IS 14.13 7.SO 1.35 I. Of) i.riH Mi-15-12 27-i;i-r2 27-15-12 27-15-12 27-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-10-12 33-15-12 33-15-1'J 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-I2 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 -in -w -tn 40 2.93 S 5 40 40 40 40 -to 40 40 40 40 2.IU 20.74 IS. 55 20.74 15,5.1 1.2!) 2.70 N»me pt. of Stt. S. T. R. A. Hury Wide S 15 A of Lot 2 SE NW 26-15-11 J T Fargasoh Co NENE 30-15-11 J T Fargason Co NW NE 30-15-11 J T Fargason Co SE NE 30-15-11 J T Pargasan Cp SW NE 30-15-11 J T Fargason Co NE NW 30-15-11 J T Pargason Co NW »W .30-15-11 .1 T Fargason Co SE NW 30-15-11 J T Fargason Co SW NW Bankers Mort Co NR SK Norn McKinnpy NW SE Bankers Mort Co SE SE Bankrrs Mori. Co SW SK J T Fargason Co NE SW J T Fargason Co NW SW J T Fargason CO SE SW ,1 T wrga^on Co SW SW Iff WUson it Co Nli SW Iff. Wilson & Co NW SW L?e Wilson f.: Co SE SW L°e Wilson .t Co SW RW Lee Wilson & Co NE SE Iff Wilson &• Co NW SE l,?e Wilson ,V Co SF SE If? Wilson & c.o SW SE Lee Wibion ,t Co NE SE Lee Wilson & Co NW SE Wilson *. Co SE .SFl Iff \Vllson Si Co SW S5: L?^- Wilson & Co NE SW L;e Wilson & Co NW SW L°e WilMii k. Co F,! nil W'? SW L°c Wilson fc Co Nli NE Lee Wilson & Co NW NE LK Wilson & Co SE NE Lee Wilson & Co SW NE Lee Wilson & Co NE NW :iO-!5-n 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-lS-ll :IO-15-1) 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-U.-11 4-15-12 4-15-12 4-15-12 4-15-12 5-1S-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 n-15-12 6-15-12 ti-15-12 (i-15-12 (1-15-12 fi-15-12 0-15-12 7-15-1'J 7-15-12 7-15-12 .; 7-15-12 r -7-15-12 40 40 38 35 10 20. CS 20.C5 20.65 20.11! 19.06 22.72 22.72 22.72 22.72 14.27 14.27 14.27 12.00 3.75 homers. Frcy was the winning strokes under par of 37, Is held by pitcher. The Boston Braves defeated tlie Chicago Cubs 7 to G. The Braves scored four runs in the seventh ii'iiing. English. Herman .and Ber- hil for four ba.ses. ailney Hawkins, former local Chief Arnuelte. Indian wrestler '.'.ho ]ir.= rei)i to work without shoes, and Ti'jer Burns, fast and clever middleweight, will meet in the feature motcli on Monday night 1 .* v.Tr'sdlng i-ard :it the urniory. Arqurtte ano llurns will • clash over liie 01) lulmilo nr less, two nut of tlirrr: f;ills rome. In tlie preliminary Dill Hunui- cni. n rough nclor from one end of the 8ink(-y nnri Meroney cir- tiilis to the other, will tnke on Ed Canathf, Germnn strong man. making h!.-: fhsi apDe.ii'oncp. here. If tin 1 r;enii:ni lives up to a Ims I:I»M aili,,.;. ,, r ! ''•l'"l;"-«»' i'Mmi,,in-.s have built fo,- ;liim here he should give the roueti man Hiimiiciii an intcresling workout. Hiinnicut likes 'em tough, sa the prellmin.irj' may outshine the Wiley Bros NE NW Wiley Bros NW NW Wliey Bros SE NW Wiley Bros SW NW Orlena Hires SE SE Orlena Hires SW SE Orlena Hires NE SW Orlena Hires NW SW Orlena HU-es SE SW Orlena Hires RW RW J N Thompson NE NE J N Tnomjxson NW NE J N Thompson SE NE J N Thompson Frl SW NE .1 T Johnson NW Cor NW NW 35-15-12 St. Louis & San Francisco R R main line from the East and West Quarter Section Line of Section 27, Township 15 North, Range Eleven East, to south line of Section 3 2, Township Fourteen North. Range Eleven East 7ft.(Ml Jone.slioro, Lake 'City & Eastern R R fSl Louis -•& San Francisco n ID main line east of Blytheville from east section line of Section 15, Towns-lip 15 North. Ran^e Eleven East, to the past, section line of secllon 1(1, Tnivnshlp is North, Range 12 Bist 18.75 Said land will t2 sold for (he purpose ol' satisfying a decree rendered by Ihe Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of -Mississippi'County. Arkansas, on June 23rd. 193-i, in the case of Sub District No. 4 of Grassy Lake and Tyromi Drainage District No. 9. Plaintiff, vs. Certain Lands and M. B. Cooper, el at.. Defendants, against said land for a sj>ecial assessment due. tliereon, together with court costs, penalties and attorney's fees. said assessment, being set opposite each tract of land. WITNESS my hand this 2ml day of July, IM4. R. L. GAINES. 1 pedal Commissioner. . L?e Wilson & Co SE NW :.;. 7-15-12 20.65 i Lee Wilson & Co Prl all W'.i NW L?c Wlson & Co NE SW Lee Wilson A- Co NW SW Lse Wikon & Co SE SW L?e Wilson & Co SW SW Lee Wilson & Co NW SE L;e Wilson & Co SW SE Iff. Wilson &. Co SW SW Lee Wilson Sz Co NW NW L?c Wilson & Cp NW SE Lee Wilson &. Co SE SE Lee Wilson & Co SW SE Lee Wilson & Co NE SW lee Wilson A. Co O 3 NW SW l.cc Wilson & Co SE SW Lee Wilson & Co SW SW Joe R Baker E',4 NE NE Joe R Baker E 4 A W"NE NE Joe R Baker Ell SE NE Joe R Baker E 4A W 1 -'SE NE L?e Wilson & Co NE SE I*e Wilson * Co NW SE 1*6 Wilson A Co SE SE Lcc Wilson & Co SW SE Lee Wilson & Co NE NE Lee Wilson & Co NW NE Lee Wilson & Co SE NE If.e Wilson & Co SW NE Lee Wilson & Co NE SE Lee Wilson & Co NW SE Lee Wilson & Co "SE SE Lee Wilson & Co SW SE C E Crigger Frl N'.i NE Blytheville Club Plays j At Haley Field Sunday | - The Blyihevllle independent, lul' club, comixjsed entirely of nivlh' vile payers, will take on a Mciiijiia, cub. Oasion's ' Plinrnmcy, in . t game at Haley Field Sunrinv :in- crnoou at 2:30 o'clock. The Blylheville (cam will prtih- ably llnc-up In the following or- SPECIAI. ASSESSMENT UNO SALE Nolle* is hereby given that 1, the undersigned Sptcial Commlssloiipr, will on Thursday. July lOlh, 1934. within lawful hours, at the South door of the Court. House'in'-Blytheville, Arkansas, .sell tij the highest bidder, • for" cash. Hie following lands located in Mississippi County, Arkansas, lo-wit: EXHIBIT A IVEAR 1932) S. T. R. A. Tax der: Glover.- Bunch, 2b Ib; Marsha r. ss; Lediji-t- ler, 3b; Jenkins. If; I'olter, rf- terson, cf. and Thoinpjon or Whii- tle, pitcher. mlddlc-wplRhi champion. Burns Is a fast, ii[;gi7Mve vorknuu and ono of the favorites here. 1'ediso nuiy bo bnci; n week from Monday although he was reported considerably wrought up last Monday when his share of the gate was only $8. It looked tike a line crowd but when the title claimant t;oi his stave he was sorely disappointed, according to reports, and indicated he didn't care much about working here again. SPKCIAL ASSESSMENT LAND SALE Notice, is .hereby given Hint I, the undersigned Special Commissioner, will on Thursday. July 191h. 1034. within lawful hours, at the South door oi the Court House In Blythevllle. Arkansas, soil to the highest bidder, for cash, the following lands located In Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: EXHIBIT A IYEAR 1931) : Name Pt. of Sec. .Louis Lcndcunic NW SE i Crawford NW NE • Ira Crawford SW NE rsl National Bank Nashville; Kelley Gives] First National Bank Travelers Lose Game Chicks EvenBreak Smith's Grocers to Helena For Game,Sunday; Bickham Back Wiht |Glub < John Smith's Liberty Cash dro- \*rs of Blytheville will play the Helena Seaborters at Helena tomorrow. It irill be the first game for the Oroctn, as a' Blytheville ttam, ir. two weeks. The Seaporters, as usual, boMt a strong team. BtcUnun. pitcher, who •.... drafted by the Memphis Chicks. Southern .Association teim. several w«l» ago lor emergency use, has . bMD rtkwnl and will play with bk.dofc «*ata, Smith announced. Bmlth and fcrl Parker ,repre- of UK Utfen pott here Nashville's Vols hammered out T, w Collins a 7 to 2 victory over the Little ^ w Collins flock Travelers at Nashville last j, w Collins night. The Travelers used two. ^' \v Collins pitchers. Sharpe and Schuessler. Dr p L 'f{ ]Mr Holsclaw, recently obtained by jv. p i Tininn the'.Vols from Minneapolts, limit- ' cd the Peebles to gvc' hits. The Memphis Chicks and Atlanta Crackers divided two games al Atlanta. The Chicks took the first game, 8 to 3. and tlie Crackers the second, 5 to 3. Harry Kelley's five hit pitching gave the Chicks victory in the second game. Nelson held the Dr P L Tiptpn Dr !> L Tipton Dr P L Tipton . Mcmphians in clwck in (he first contest. The Knoxville Smokies trounced tl-.e Barons 6 lo 5 in a 10 inning game at Knoxville. The winning nm was scored on Susko's single. Moon went the route and was the winning pitcher. The feated New the Orleans Pelicans de- Lookouts 4 to 1 at Chattanooga. Messenger got the best of Link* in a' hurling duel. Messenger fanned nine In registering his eighth 'victory,-- whlch hu an interest in the club, will leave for Memphis early tomorrow, picking up the team, all members oi which live there, and traveling on to Helens. - NW NE SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NE NE NW NK SE NE SW NE NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE Dr P L Dr P L Tipton W H fc Walter Anderson SE NE M H Robinson NW SE Bankers Mortgage Co NE SW Bankers Mort Co NW SW Bankers Mort Co SE SW Bankers Mort Co SW SW M ir Robinson NE xcpt 2A SW cor Eli E 90 A Bankers Mort Co NE SE Blnfers Mori Co SE SE C A Rogers Lot 1 i: 2 NE Helen Frances Buchanan 'E 'ot L Frl NE C A Rogers Lot 3 & 4 NW Robt Connelly NW 8W W M Taylor Est NE NW W M Taylor Bsl NW NW W M Taylor Est SE NW W M T»ylor Est SW NW I O westbrook Est E of B SW S. T. R. 3-14-11 10-14-11 10-14-11 12-14-11' 12-14-11 15-14-11 15-14rll 15-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-H-ll 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 , 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 fi-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 A. 40.83 40.73 40.73 32 32 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 '40 43 40 40 40.64 38.93 107.43 40 40 40 40 40 i Name pt. of sec. ] J T F.irgnson Co NE NE . J T Ferguson Co NW NE j .1 T F.irjtason Co SE NE J T Farsf.wn Co J T F.irsasoti J T Pargason J T Fnrgaton J T Fnrgason Bankers Mort Co Norn McKlnncy Bankers Mori Co SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NE SE 34-15-10 SJ.04 S. T. R. 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11. 30-15-11 30-15-11 _ 30-15-11 Tax Bankers Mort Co NE SE 30-15-11 11.55 Norn McKlnncy NW SE 30-15-11 11.55 Bankers Mori Co SE SE 30- 15-11 1C.20 i Bankers Mori Co SW SE 30- 15-11 1 J T Pargnsou Co NE SW 30-15-11 0.30 i J 'I' Fargason Co NW SW 30-15-11 j J T Fargason Co SE SW 30-15-11 9.30 i J T Pargasn Co SW SW 30-15-11 U>e Wilson « Co NE SW 4-15-12 Lee Wilson i- Co NW SW 4-15-12 Iff Wilson ,t Co SE SW 4-15-12 1/-C \VI!wn ,V Co SW SW 4-15-12 Lee Wilson .V Co NE SE 5-15-12 I*e W:lso:\ k CO NW SE 5-15-12 L;c Wilson & Co SE SE 5-15-12 Lee Wilson .t Cp SW SE 5-15-12 Lee Wtlscn & co NE SE 0-15-12 If! Wilson A- co NW SE G-15-12 Lee Wilion & Co SE SE G-15-12 Lee Wilson ,t Co SW SE G-15-12 Lee Wilion ir Co NE SW G-15-12 lie Wilson ,t Co SE SW C-15-12 Lee Wilson iV Co Frl al! W'., SW G-15-12 Lee Wilson ,V Co NE NE 7-15-12 Lee Wilron & Co NW NE 7-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co SE NE 7-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co s\y NE 7-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NE NW 7-15-12 Le^ WlUon & Co.SE NW 7-15-12 Lee Wilson Jt Co 1-Y! all W'.o NW 7-15-12 Lee Wilson it Co NE SW 8-15-12 Lcc Wilson A: Co NW SW 8-15-12 Lse Wilson v t Co SE SW 3-15-12 Ue Wilr-ou Jb Co SW SW 8-15-12 Lee Wilson Jfc Co NW SE 9-15-12 Lee ewilson it co SW SE 9-15-12 Lee Wilson i- Co SW SW 14-15-12 Iff Wilson Jt Co NW NW 15-15-12 Lee Wil-itm-,v Co NW SE 15-15-12 Lee Wilson ,t Co SE SE 15-15-12 T*e Wilson .t Co SW SE IS-15-12 Lte Wilson & co NE SW 15-15-12 Lee Wilson .t Co Orl» .72 Sur NW SW 32.10 ! 31.33 24.24 24.24 24.24 24.24 11.48 11.48 11.48 11.48 14.72 14.72 14.72 H.72 .84 .75 13.29 IS.00 .48 12.fiO G.45 17.66 17.CC 8.40 H.37 5.22 C.OO s.m 5.34 5.94 D.64 A. 40 40 40 40 40.40 50.71 40.40 50.71 40 40 40 40 40 50 40 50 40 40 4ft 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 59.58 -to 40 40 40 40.36 40.38 61.43 40 40 40 to 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Tax 2.61 2.61 2.61 2.61 15.93 15.93 15.93 15.93 20.52 20.52 20.79 20.79 23.02 23.02 23.02 23.02 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 18.36 16.38 18.3f 18.38 11.73 11.73 11.73 11.73 19.88 19.88 29.61 11.85 11.85 11.85 11.Si 30.81 30.81 46.90 9.42 9.42 9.42 9.42 14.40 13. M 1.11 12.00 1.35 5.52 7.20 3.30 Name Pt of Sec M 'B Cooper W'10 A NE NW M B Cooper NW NW M B Coopar W 10 A SE NW M B Cooper SW NW H L Wi-ay NE SE H L Wray NW SE M B Cooper NW SW M B Cooper SW SW darner & Chrlstman E 15.4? A Lot 1 NW Garner &. Chtislman Lot 5 SE Louis Lendennie NW SE Ira Crawford NW NE Ira Crawford SW NE Damon McLeod NE SW Damon McLeod SE SW First National Bank r/)t 2 NE First National Bank Lot 3 NE Southwest Jt St Ld 12-14-10 12-14-10 12-14-10 12-14-10 12-14-10 12-14-10 12-14-10 12-14-10 10 40 10 40 40 40 40 40 5.20 21. Oil 5.26 21.06 I3.8U 17.34 18.84 18.84 7-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 9-15-12 0-15-12' 14-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 17-15-12 17-15-1S n-15-12 17-15-12 17-15-12 17-15-12 17-15-12 17-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 21-15-12 22-15-12 22-15-12 22-15-12 22-15-12 3. en 40 40 40 40 40.40 SO. 71 40.40 40.71 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41) 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40.36 40. 3C 61.43 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2fl.07 39.94 30.91 20 14 ' 20 4 40 40 40 40 -10 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 71.94 39.97 39.95 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 3(1 1-14'1I 15.42 3.24 15-15-13 19.87 4.41 Bk Ix>t 5 NE L W Col lias NW NE L W Collins SW NE L W Collins NE NW L W Collins NW NW L W Collins SE NW L W Collins SW NW Dr P L Tipton NE NE Dr P L Tipton NW NE Dr P L Tipton SE NE Dr P L Tipton SW NE Dr P L Tipton NE SE Dr P L Tipton NW SE Dr P L Tipton SE SE Dr P L Tipton SW SE W H A Walter Anderson SE NB M H Robinson NW SE Bankers Mort Co NE SW Bankers Mort Co NW SW Bankers Mort Co SE SW Bankers Mort Co SW SW Bankers Mort Co NE SE Bankers Mort Co NW SE Bankers Mort Co SE SE Bankers Mori Co SW SE C A Rogers Lot* 1 & 2 NE Helen Frances Buchanan E of L Frl NE C A Rogers Lets 3 Jk 4 NW Robert. Connelly NW SW W M Taylor Esl NE NW W M Taylor Est NW NW W M Taylor Est SE NW W M Taylor Esl SW NW Lowrance tr. Low- ranee NE SE Lowrance Jk Lowrance NW SE Lowranct 4 Lowrance NE SW Lowrance & lx>w- rance SE SW M L Neas E 62.37 A S of RR SE M L N«»s SE SW M L Ne^s SW SW Chas Abbott NE 81 ^* OJ£ 1-14-11 3-14-11 10-14-11 10-14-11 10-14-11 10-14-11 12-14-11 12-14-11 12-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 15^14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 15-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 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 6-14-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-13 7-14-12 7-14-12 25-15-10 32 40.83 40.73 40.73 •41.03 41.04 32 32 32.80 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 49.64 38.93 10.48 40 40 40 40 40 40 25-15-10 40 25-15-10 40 25-15-10 40 34-15-10 35-15-10 35-1S-10 1-15-11 l-U-41 62.37 40 40 40 4C 5.72 11.55 11.55 16.20 17.31 14.40 !).30 9.30 9.-30 33.10 31.38 24.24 24.24 24.24 24.24 11.48 11.48 11.48 11.48 14.72 14.72 14.72 14.72 . .84 .75 13.29 18.00 .48 12.60 17.60 17.66 17.66 17.G« 8.40 14.37 5.22 6.00 5.94 5.94 5.94 5.9- 13.86 14.40 11.52 23.40 13.86 13.86 13.61 U.M C E Crigger SE NE C E Crigger SW NE Sugg & Baker NE SE Sugg <fe Baker NW SE C E Crigger NW SW C E Crigge'r NE NW C E Crigger NW NW C E Crigger SE NW C E Crigger SW NW Southwest Jt Stk 'L<1 Bk xcpt 1 A NE cor NE SE 23-15-12 Southwest Jt Slk M Bk- NW SE 23-15-12 40 Southwest Jt Stk-Ld Bk SE SE 23-15-12 40 Southwest Jt Stk Ld Bk N 34 A SW SE 23-15-12 Curtis J Little N of R E 7.50 A SE SW 23-15-12 Southwest Jt, Stk Ld ~ k NW SW 24-15-12 Southwest .Jl Stk Ld . k SW SW 24-15-12 John M Taylor All W of L SE 26-15-12 foe Carr Leroy Frl NE SW 26-15-12 foe Carr Leroy NW SW 26-15-12 foe Carr Leroy Frl SE SW 26-15-12 foe Carr I*roy SW SW 26-15-12 M A Ray E:t NE NE 27-15-12 U A Ray Est NW NE 27-15-12 M A Ray Est SE NE 27-15-12 M A Ray Est SW NE 27-15-12 E 1, & Ruth Hale NE NW 27-15-12 E L & Ruth Hale NW NW 27-15-12 E L Ruth Hale SE NW 27-15-11! E L & .Ruth Hale SW NW 27-15-12 C E Crigger N'.i NE SE 27-15-12 C E Crigger N'.i NW SE 27-15-12 Joe Carr Leroy NE 3E- 29-15-12 Joe Carr Leroy SE SE 29-15-12 Elma E Crowder SW SE, 29-15-12 Elma E Crowder SE SW 29-15-12 Mrs W M Taylor NE NW 31-15-12 Mrs W M. Taylor NW NW 31-15-12 Mrs W M Taylor SE NW 31-15-12 Mrs W M Taylor SW NW 31-15-12 Ti-.os E Thompson Est Lot 5 SE SE 31-15-12 2.93 I 2!1 Thos E Thompson Est- Lot 4 SW SE 31-15-12 23 09 Wiley Bros W 5A NW NE 33-15-12 5 Wiley Bros W 5A SW NE 33-15-12 5 Wiley Bros NE NW 33-15-12 Wiley Bros NW NW Wiley Bros SE NW Wiley Bros SW NW Edith Hale Howton NW SE 34 7.50 40 28 30 40 22 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 20 20 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 Tax ^ 1.03 2.61 2.61 2.61 2.61 15.93 15.93 IS.93 15.93 20.52 20.52 20.79 20.7fl 23.02 23.02 23.02 23.03 14.13 14.13 14.n 14.13 18.38 18.38 18.38 13.3D 11.7.1 IS.SH in.as •jo.ei 11.85 11.85 11.85 11.85 U1.SI 30.81 4G.90 9.42 . 0.42 9.42 14.-10 13.80 1.11 12.00 1.35 5.52 7.20 3.30 4.41 7.17 7.17 fi.6S 1.14 c.ee 1.14 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 H.U 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14. ir. 14.13 21.92 10.96 13.8S 14.40 13.08 21.20 11.31 21.20 11.31 4.41 7.2fl' 7.20 fi.12 1.35 .21 4.02 2.04 9.3G 9.36 9.36 9.36 20.65 20.65 20.65 20.65 20.74 15.55 20.74 15.55 6.60 6.60 19.41 19.41 11.52 10.03 7.10 7.1C 7.1C 7.10 Orlena Hires SW SE Orlena Hires NE. SW Orlena Hires NW SW Orlena Hires SE SW Orlena Hires SW SW J W Thomason NE NE J W Thomason NW NE J W Thomason SE NE J W Thomason Frl SW NE SI Louis & son Francisco P. R" Main u" e from east and wst quarter ssction line of sec 27 with line of s« 32] 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 34-15-12 o'4-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 10.08 2.70 2.70 20.65 20.65 20.65 20.65 19.14 19.65 22.72 22.72 22.72 22.72 14.27 14.27 14.27 12.M to s Twp. 15, N Rge 11 E Tp 14 N., R«e 11 E „ ,,,, Jonesboro, Lake Cily & Eastern R'R'co"\tnin llnfe east of Blytheville from cast -ection line Of Sec 27. Tp. 15 N, Rge. 11 K. to cast sec ton line of Sec. 16, Tp. 15 N.. R s e 12 r Said land will be sold for the p'irn !ng a decree rendered by of the Chlckssawba District ot Mississippi County Arkansas, on June 23rd, 1934. in the cas. nf Sub District No. 4 of Grassy Lake a id Tyro. L DrSn 18.75 of satisfy- %BCoreta, &f M. B. Cooper, et al.. Defendants, against said land for a special assessment due ih r "o n toUher wllh court costs, penalties and " S i.nT* menl WITNESS my hand this 2nd day of July, 1«34. R- L. OADJSS. orney" e.

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