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August 11, 1934

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Wtfcltt Drives in Winning Run in] llth Against Cleveland; | Giants Win ' I The Ti?e:'^ wim anolher L-ame yesterdiiy FI-: !!:?•' cnnthiui'd on the v:s.y toKor'1 1:1 American IfacMie Prnr,r>i-t. Th.- !'\id!!i;; Giants in the N'.uior:r.l l'..ivi:e liunt'Ci ihc \vciit Ib." f»l! dls'anci 1 for the mil v^i- :: '"i; l!v. Ih'.lrt:" iv;:.-, Ihc Ic'iri" r-itrVr. Inn Hrd nn. in tn J. in hi; 10th ': in tlii', ;.<fcly '• i- M thi- v.:ir. the lamiiiar Baseball Figure Passes Away 11, 1934 Former Btythcville High School Mentor to Coach at Arkansas College Name Pt. of Sec. 8 T R Lee Wilson & Co SW NE 20-15-12' Lee Wilson & Co NE SE 20-15-12 25-15-1 A B 7.50 A SE SW" Louise Chapman s of H S of R L SE E L & Ruth Hale .NE NW Wilhtrl lt«hlno,,-,,, ,,,:, ulT u, r ,1,1,1 Henry Hudson, former lU.v(i>«- vlllc high school coach, lias been named couch and director of all,- lelks of Arkansas College at Balcs- Viilo, President W. S. Ucy of the Loi 5 SE ^ Ji.Elliiutuii hns announced. Thos E Thompson Est Hudson served as head coach Lot 4 sw SE here for several years, establishing | wilsy Bros W 5 A NW a record of 13 consecutive wins ( Wiley Bros W 5 A 3W wilh Ulylhevllle high football, Wiley Bros "" Iciiuib. His aggregations won about, Wiley Bros 80 per cc;,| of their game*. Wiley liros Ik-fore coining here Hudson at-' Wiley Bros tended Hendrlx college in Con-! Oilina Hires ivay where he was pro-Idem of Orlena Hires Hi;- student body. He received his Or!cna Hires A. II. degree ul Hendrix In 1927. l-'or the last three years Hurl- sui has been ilohi'j craiiuate work In Louisiana Slate University In tlu- department of Political Science. He ciimpleied the residence rcfiiiirciiiems for his Ph. D. degree. Hudson has already gone to Batesvllle and will begin to huer- vlew members of the Arkansas col- Icfe brmad immcdialely. NE 20-15-12 27-15-12 31-16-12 33-15-12 Hires I Orli:n;i iili'ss Orlena Hires J N Thompson J N Thomson J N Tr.oinpson NW NW SE NW SW NW SK SIJ SW SE NE SW NW SW NW N: SE NE j N Thompson FM SW NE 'i' Johnson NW Cor NW NW Ihc Risl and 3?-15-l2 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 •34-15-12 40 7.50 40 2 93 23.09 5 40 40 40 40 40 12 Tar 1413 "'" 1 ' 3S 10.18 2.10 2.70 19.05 22.12 22.72 22.72 14.27 14.2? 12.00 . -, ixwhcr. Ti - rhil:.-i'ii>!il:i Aililetlcs 'calcd UK- Washliulcn Se ^dBa^h.ilI Lost Sens.- O f Humor Wilh .tho Death of "Uiid<: Wilberl" Robinson! 'catcd UK- Washliulcn Senator.s! :i to C ul Wri.'tiiiiiitrm. The Marks! -^ i" — •••- — ••wim* j i-r.rrurcd 11 Jills off WashhiKlon! || 1<w M,>»lL , i T " I 1 .\,. I.. \\l '. I I ." D I.- : RTIT II in I III II I r ! iiitcher. Dietrich was (he winning! Imrlcr. The Oianis used ll'.cir bats tn Hy fjKA Service >-15-12 10 R riiain line fr Ssction Line 3.75 _, . ~* ">•» W>;i_llUil JjUlL Ul Section 27. Township 15 North. Hange Eleven . ,. cit >' * Eastern R E (St Louis fL Sa " F / allcis =o R- m main line cast of Ely t.ieville from easl section line of Section 15 Township 15 Norlh, Rarge Eleven Eatf to the easi Action in e of secllon 16. Township 15 North, Range 12 Ea3t .. 18 75 me ;«. LOUIS cardinals rode Robinson died smiling, wilh Mrs. r .,..'.... .'* ~,~,"" '",' ~"':::'"'. /-"•" ^"•"•c» n. ^umisn ii;)i. widi> p.nd hai>!.'soiiie- as they Ko'oHuon holding his hand. NVI- „, heir r»v,, H,','li r £ | h ™ son ' ml(l clar :ounc-cd (he Chicago Cubs n to "•" realized that ihe lovuble clmr- A , ,'L,, i« ,f!,i '„ r" B „ f '? ys 11anl( ' wi " "* '• at SI. Louis. Thc Cards routed "cler wn.s suffering from n brain I, *'< T 8 . * «'''^5™ zy _ ?""'. Iu '« ™ baseball 1s • at fit. Louis. T], c Cards routed Warroke. Ciib ac>.>, in short order. Cnr!ctc:i V.TYS (he wtnnlm; pitcher. Rialnfeick end Collins hit for the circuit. The Bronklvn D.idcers defeated 'iv.' Hiibxlctohta AthlcHos 5 lo :i :ii Pliihdplphiii. Ls'onavd went Hie mile for Hixnklyn while lhr> Phils i:rr;I four pitchers. Curuncllo lill 'o: four hasps. nclcr was suffering from n brain j lo ,,A\,™ 8 ' hemorrhage when he wn.s taken lo llul'is tn N f!lr> lincnll.,1 TL,... I.,,. , . , . C1UUS tO N Bv (he hospital. They believed n broken in in was (he exlenl of his injuries. "Wrap it up and In me stay hers." snld the 70 -year-old Hob-, in-oii. "MHJUC j| will break Hie Crackers' jinx." Rnblnron has been a.'soclalcd with the Atlanta club since being i ropped by the Dodgers, which and Clark Griffith—Rob- x remembered as -- is played. . , Robinson was another of the . ™ ,;. ' Y Lc ' ieuc cllam »- : rapidly diminishing old and leg- son s Hnlbiish aggregations usually endary Baltimore Orioles, Included rflfl nllf nf l>io ninum: IT.. Knll».< _.. . . wvn,« M Natio m0 ' ey - He bcltev - n. I. OA1NES, S|X?cla! Commissioner. whom the ninth inning after (he Pels had rallied to tie the score in the sev- "rioTg %££"'"" Md N , „ SPM; ! AL ^SKSMENT LAND SALE The Chatlanooga LookoulsU.^° , „ ls h . er f bl ' S ivp " timt L "™ undersigned :.om,ced the Memphis chlcta 11\ ff 4 'mT'lf'^V"' °" Satunla ^ AU8U5t 18th ' hattanooaa. Thi-i^oirm,^. 1 , 934 ' *""".. lawfu hour5 ' at ll « South dcor ol -, L. m» — ' wtJUjJius IvIllCKS O MC i-it in iAtn,io"7i"""i i""7il" UJIIV "B """"I were John McGraw, to 4 at Ohattancxn-a Thp T,noirnnic ' WLllNli Iawil » nours, ai me south cicor ^ ;tlH~-? - -- D -'™-^' Jttck ':zr,r'£^~ - ^^x^^s n ^ n':, a ,::; i iri°:,,i i: ?,,^T- «™!^^'"™™-.%™^^ lamtc « in Mteta ^ c °™>- ***<«». *•«*•. gr-T^^^ But the Dod«m at least were' ^m^lSaK' lived . lone tJ""^,"'?" 1 "? 1 "" B " r °" S " nd Nanle „,, -.,- '^^^^,^^^^^ Max,,jX,r l ?e^«, H to^ Wa o,d grand ^'.Tur'/ed ^T^Z "irlum^ \$ ^ST ™ EXHIBtT A (YEAR 1933) Pt. of Sec. S. T. R. ft i ;• '"• lijinvocd rd tl:a sastronomic art. ii a -t ninsLe 1 "- -^unti3,,in thofmiddle .weEt."- ex- \v »i r-i i . 'imb'er| Kenne tt tlub tfl "nnd' T t . , ii::i-s holds forth, i .iiiliviicrc In the ,'i •'"•'• • • • nines started lo iir.pi-uve the day ho began to play '-•••'t.-iN .'Kceplional tpnilde Inymii a.s » .steady dlel." Hayti-Caruthersville OARUTHEliSVILLE, Mo. - A combined Hayli-Carulhersvllle golf (earn will play a Kennett eolf I If an, Sunday afternoon on the .. jCiwln Country Club course, be- , , ,, . . ' * • * «ain Hiiiulav afternoon o ^t^h^vc"^ "e'l -«^V°»^-.-'I.ake Superior"! Owl " °o™<br Club eour" ^U? a ^ut\ aJ te u h"V^ llA ^%^ cr T, 1211 ^»-«' lwo " thls city mul Ha >' u - unons Ihe iilur.lrious as quickly' K c ^, ^ l ",!!/T ^ °' Wllich LS^SSrM:,,;-^ ! ;;Hf-"•-- SS-fi AW-n. Build Shrin ,.* ti... r>i^ ..,, i__ .' _i i. ltu - ^• { »l'i. • . . HlP Cftlrll fc Ihul T_ n m td the EWoiarto wonder lo chuck ', p' 1 ,'^ ', ' : "™ clUch ls I'"' ). ,,i tho mid* of an cftolive nf-ll'L.Tl?^ ,'T "'?, lo Vl "" mt '' lh icruoon. :'J' Cl n " il ™ tc . 11 -. lll °^'' <"'ly Hal icriiGon. -•-Paul Kunyim credits i , "* ~"^ i"un S ii uiiiy unit ! Ihinw' rtrc '' cf Lnkc Superior. Ijelnir Kcrtonr under 'whom'lie" spent « 1 c ^ " la " J''™ limes ,,s deep.! fis and a hal! year a-preiutce-i^^ " ollf rn(ll|Vr P»l this one - -,ri:i S s. with develop- 1 " , °', 5 ", llln Wl " " ta » »iini-. ame. . . . Noitoi,.K;,.„,. "^.. a ^.. ) = ncpris to <lo llw body iif fresh water i'li 'Hie catch Is that To p atron ^ JUNEAU. Alnskn tui')—A shrine for. St. Teresa, patroness saint of .Mask.i, is rising near here In :i fhip at Hut Sp nitnl of his -Rame. . . . Noiton.li"". ' . ,, •• nniiv= S:otsman, nov.' 5G, still j" 'J A f,'ai|| „} fey hurled the Cracker triumph" SE NW and Murray the Ba The Liitle Rock .._.^, 0 Knoxville Smokies were idle. iaron shutout, d M B Cooper Travelers alui H-.i>.^Wray scenic .setting of snoiy-capped peaks and gianl irees. Thc building Is located on an island, appropriately named Shrine. 23 miles from Jnneaii. The island is accessible from the mainland by causeway at low and high Logs were used for construction ...,.,. ,„ .... ,.,,.,„:,„ , Ludes f c^'rec^r «T "'^ S E'S^ ^^•^^^^i^Hs^^r S5. ^r°«. ^^rsri^'Hs rrhiin»i>ii nr -r ,i._ ir, ,1. ,:>.i""e gun millets. , Thc fish was believed killed by ; aviators of the Third Attack group. „ , „ I fort Crockett, while praeticine with Read Courier News Want A4s. [their guns. ."-IW.HIB »n.n H L Wr.ly M B Cooper M B Cooper j Garner & ChrLstman Huge Porpoise Found n r i n j Darner &, ChrLstman Un (jalveston Beach j E 1542 * i-«t i NW C1ALVESTON, Tex. <TJP> - A' Oarncr * ChrUtman huge i«r|Wlse, one of the Inroest seen In the vicinity in years, was W 10 A 12-14-10 NW NW 12-14-10 10 A 12-1,1-10 SW NW 12-14-10' NE 3E 12-14-ld NW SE 12-14-10 NW SW 12-14-10 SW SW 12-14-10 10 40 10 40 •40 40 40 '40 1-14-11 15.42 3 •>-! pparently with ma- Chancellor of the Vic.irite Alaska. SI'KCIAI, ASSESSMENT LAM) SALK Name S. T. R. t ^ iit ^ jago Cubs where LiUle ro':5cii~"scrvcrt" as"'ns-i!,'^ '?" , resumtl llls campaign for Ira Crawford Fi.-;anl lo ti-.o fatal siege eun for! I""-'" smithc » --rn Illinois' IV-year-old boy defeated the -Walter McCivdle .who died at 1 ^';" C!ans - " lf " nt lllc Peak Forfiand. Or.\. the other d.iv had-? '"' cilrc( ' r - • • • The boy's name Lot 3 NE - > —' '• •<-- •-- • '• _."* Langford. L W Collins A ri-year-old boy dcfealcd tlie Let 2 NE ! Rival Joe Clans, then at n lc ue ak Pirsl Nalional Bank dc* - cio~:n n nt if j ll :.J LI1L ut »HO -:ll"nl 1,) r~, f,. famous players during his |,,, 115 1 „, ,y " rt . 1mll " lc ' 1>al I 1001 " >cara as manager of t,,,. IMC-MC:?" ?, Warrensville cat, be seen Coast League club there . .' , ' lc Brandstand nl Tllis i lc . Arioii S (Hem were Stanley Cove- p^\ , 100la " s " irectl - v ""«" the i«.-.:^ in _ .. lllliSh Imp ti n ...j.. ... SW--NE 10-14-11 First Nationa Hank 40 13 16 20 12-14-11 32 lc>-:ie. G:-.in=y o::«.-.. Sothoron, v;;iluiui?. Jack Ivan Handy. lie.-s players must die broke. L w Collins L W Collins L w Collins .... L w Collins All' L w Collins NW NE i; S'^ S0 ^tl MCnSeek LH Biuo. ' i NRA Price Emergency! gj ££ •".ilnrily, in • '.••:iv. toior iiiriiity. was ' from I -".etor, an Innkeeper, a restaurateur, i ixis.il -in owner of race horses, a referee, heari f.n ol! msn, a ncwspa|>or editor, | fcvni r.r.A row a parent. jrc.iso --The Yankees have four bats-1 appn ini-n in order v.-ho probably would Dr P L Tipton i »r P I, Tipton ! Dr i> L Tipton 1 Ur P L Tiptcn L Tipton tipton WASHINGTON <UP>_VK A u'i:ier r.-msM^^.i^ '. no . v " 12-14-11 15-14-11 SW NE 15-U-1I NE NW 15-14-11 NW NW 15-14-11 SE NW 15-14-11 SW NW IS-H-H NE NE 17-14-11 NW NE 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 sponsor of Dr P I, Tipton Hr P L Tipton SW SE 17-14-11 W H & Waller Ander- imx inaus- ! so,, SE NE 4 _ M _ 12 recognition M H Robinson NW SE 4-U-12 nnd cslab-j Bankers Mortgage Co NE SW Bankers Mort CoNWSW pro- Hot cckncivledsc the salutalion if addressed by their first names. . . Jack Salti^avcr's first nann - swmii:l irilly Is Otto . Lon Gehrig ne-.er has boon called Henry, which >.-• his Christian name . . . Few l:r.<iff that Ben Chapman's first >i n .nie is William . . . Not even Mrs. Ruth calls her famous hus- h>nd George. -Cciie Earazcn points out that I5:rk-Mcir. and Jimmy nines, of Hi'- 1 younger crop of professional i-olfiiiir stars,.are fortunate In the J-jri (hat they have fine courses upon whlcl) to sharpen their gifts. ... "Albert LaskeV's links in Olucago. where MeU Ls stationed. I- n:ic of Ilia few really great play- K .-, 1 urert PriC " muM a basis on ^endment a one, Bankers Mori Co SE SW Hankers Mori Co SW SW M H Ro'olnson NE xcpt 2A SW cor E'i E 90 A Bankers Mort Co NE SE Bankers Mort Co SE SE C A Rojcrs Lot 1 & 2 NE Helen Frances Buchanan E of I, Frl NE C A Rogers LOI 3 fc 4 NW Robt Connelly N\V SW W M Taylor Est NE NW 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 S-li-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 ., "* UUOUIL-.SS Ul][| that the "liule man" be left Several speakers denounced >"s pro^^asi as tending tovrard monopoly, others supported ihc re^ quest ard died the decline in .sa!es kOiumo and the strneplp tn nWiin r T<~T^~ — OT-I^-JU n larger proportion of ,he Su^nei t T £"*'" 0 " C ° NE NE 3 °- 15 - n Tn C ,,i.:^- , .. . IU ^ °u=iness, j T Fnreasrtn rv. viu wt- in te n -W M Taylor Est NW NW 7-14-12 W M Taylor Esl SE NW W M Taylor Est SW NW I O West brook Est E of B SW resulting in d oe p | y Clll |)riccs Painted m white-letted 20 feet high, direction signs and placed names for guidance of airplanes jj arc visible from an altitude of ""•"- feet on clear days. 7-14-12 7-14-12 34-15-10 J T Pnrgason Co NW NE 30-15-11 J T fYirg.ison Co SE NE 30-15-11 J T Fargason Co SW NE 30-15-11 J T Farzason ME Nw 30-15-11 NW NW 30-15-11 SE NW 30-15-11 . --.,.15011 SW NW 30-15-11 I Bankers Mori Co NE SE 30-15-n 32 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 ' 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 43 40 40 49.04 3£.93 107.48 40 40 40 40 40 54.04 40 40 40 40 40.40 50.71 40.40 50.71 40 Nora McKlnney NW SE 30-15-11 Bankers Mort Co SE SE 30-15-u Bankers Mori Co SW SE 30-15-1! J T Fargasoti Co NE SW 30-15-11 J T Fargason Co NW SW 30-15-11 I J T Fargason Co SE SW 30-15-11 ! J T Fargason Co SW SW 30-15-11 Lee Wilson i- Co NE SW 4-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NW SW 4-15-12 Lee Wilson ,v co SE SW 4-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co SW SW 4-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NE SE 5-15-12 9 30 UC ' Wi ' 5011 lt C ° NW SE 5 -' 5 -' 2 i Lee Wilson fc Co SW SE 9.30 Lee Wilson & co NE SE 32.10 Le c Wilson ,t <J 0 NW SE Lee Wilson * Co SE SE 31.38 24.24 Lee Wilson £ Co SW SE 24.24 j Itx Wilson & Co NE SW 24.24 Lee Wilson & co SE SW all WVi SW 11.43 11.48 11.43 14.72 14.72 14.73 14.72 13.29 18.00 .43 12.60 G 45 17 66 14.37 5.22 C.OO 5.94 5.94 5.94 5.94 .72 2.61 2.61 2.61 15.93 5-15-12 6-15-12 6-15-12 6-15-12 6-15-12 6-15-12 6-15-12 6-15-12 7-15-12 7-15-12 7-15-12 7-15-12 Lee Wilson & co NE NE Lee Wilson i: Co NW NE L?e Wilson & co SE NE Lee Wilson & Co SW NE Lee Wilson ,t Co NE NW ,-,0-,^ Lee Wilson i- Co SE NW 7-15-12 Lee Wilson A: Co Frl a" W'i NW 7-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NE SW 8-15-12 Lee Wilson \- Co NW SW 8-15-12 .--- - Co SE SW Lee Wilson & Co SW SW Lsc Wilson ,v co NW SE Lee Wilson & Co SW SE ,. 10 -,, Lee Wilson i Co SW SW 14-15-12 Lcc Wilson A- co NW NW la-lS-P Lee Wilson * Co NW SE 15-15-12 Lee Wilso,, \- C o SE SE 15-15-12 Lee Wilson ,v Co SW SE 15-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NE SW 15-15-12 >t Co Orlg Wllsi Sur i Lee Wilson ,v Co Ori? Sur SE SW Lee Wilson £ co Orig S;ir SW SW 40 40 40 40 50 40 50 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 59.58 40 40 40 40 40.36 40.36 61.43 40 40 10 40 40 40 40 •10 40 40 20 52 2o'l9 23 02 •)jo2 Vo^ u'i3 n']3 ' Lot 5 SE Amanda Taylor s 1 ,'. -W 24.70 A SW NE Amanda Taylor SB NW Louis Leiidennie NW SE Florence Oxford Mea- 1-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 3-14-U SWSE 3-14-11 NW NE 10-14-11 SW NE 10-14-11 NE SW 10-14-11 Damon McLcod SE SW 10-14-11 Ira "Crawford Ira Crawford Damon McLsod First National Bank First National Bank Lot 2 NE 12-14-11 Lot 3 NE 12-14-11 Southwest Joint Slk Land Bank Lot 5 NE 12-14-11 I, W Collings L W Collings L W Collings L W Collings L W Collings L W Collings Dr P L Tipton Dr P L Tipton Dr.P L Tiplon Dr P L Tipton Dr P L Tipton Dr P I, Tiplon Dr P L Tipton Dr P L Tipton 14.13 13.38 18.38 11.73 _ _ „.. 11.731 J F Tompkins 11.73 J F Tompkins 11.73 | J F Tompkins J F Tompkins 19 »& SE NE NW SE 30.81 30.81 46.90 9.42 9.42 9.42 14.40 1.11 12.00 1.35 5.52 3.30 son M H Robinson .. „ ^ Bankers Mort Co NE SW Bankers Mort Co NW SW Bankers Mort Co SE SW Bankers Nfort Co SW SW M H Robinson Ex 2A in 15-15-12 29.81 4.41 15-15-12 39.94 7.17 15-15-12 Joe R Baker E'-. NE NE 17-15-12 Joe II Baker E 4a W 1 -' NE NE - i 7 _ ls . 12 Jo? R Baker E 1 , SE NE 17-15-12 Joe R Baker E 4i W'.t SE NE ' - 17 . 15 .i 2 !«c Wilson & co NE SE 17-15-12 Lcc Wilson fc Co Nw SE 17 . 15 . 12 Lee Wilson & Co SE SE 17-15-12 Lee Wilson & C o SW SE 17.-I5-12 Lee Wilson ,t Co NK NE 20-15-12 Lee Wilson ,t Co NW NE 20-15-12 Lee Wilson i Co SE NE 20-16-12 39.54 20 4 20 4 40 40 40 40 40 40 7.17 6.06 1.14 O.Cli 1.14 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 W H & Walter Ander- NW NE 15-14-11 SW NE 15-14-11 NE NW 15-14-11 NW NW 15-14-11 SE NW 15-14-11 SW NW 15-14-11 NE NE 17-14-11 NW NE 17-14-11 SE NE 17-14-11 SW NE 17-14-1! NE SE 17-14-11 NW SE 17-14-11 SE SE 17-14-11 SW SE 17-14-11 NE NE 18-14-11 NW NE 18-14-11 SE NE 18-14-11 SW NE 18-14-11 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 4-H-12 4-14-12 SW cor Eli E 90 A NE 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 6-14-12 Bankers Mort Co NE SE Bankers Mort Co NW SE Bankers Mort Co SE SE Bankers Mort Co SW SE C A Rogers Lots 1 & 2 NE Helen Frances Buchanan E of L Frl NE Robt Connley NW SW W M Taylor Est NE NW W M Taylor Est NW NW W M Taylor Esl SE NW W M Taylor Est sw NW Low- Low- Ixwrancc rnnce Lowrance ranee Lowrance k Low rn'nce Lowrance <fc Low"nee M L Nea.s E 6237 A S of RR SE G-I4-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 SE 25-15-10 NW SE 25-15-10 ME SW 25-15-10 SE SW 25-15-10 M L Neas M I. Neas M L Neao M L Ncas M L Neas M F, Ncas M L Neas 34-15-10 NB NW 35-15-10 SE NW 35-15-10 SW NW 35-15-10 NE SW 35-15-10 NW SW 35-15-10 SE SW 35-15-10 Harry Wade S 3.50 A " 31 2 SE NW M S W SW 35-15-10 W 34 A Of Eli SK 26-15-11 27-15-11 12.35 19.93 40.83 40.82 40.73 •40.73 41.03 41.04 33 32 32 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 -10 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 43 40 40 40 40 49.64 38.93 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 62.37 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 3.50 34 Nwne pt. ol Sec. 8. T. R W M Lendennie E 1« A W14 SE 27-15-11 J B Clark NW SE 28-15-11 G W Miller N',i SE SE 28-15-11 Amanda Miller S!i SE SE 28-15-11 J T Fargason & Co NR NK 30-15-11 J T Wrgason 4: Co NW NE 30-15-11 J T Fargp.son & Co SE NE 30-15-11 J T Fargason ft CO SW NE 30-15-11 J T Fargason & Co NE N W 30-15-11 J T Farjjason Co NW NW 30-15-11 J T Fargason & Co SENW 30-15-n J T I-Urjasin Co SW NW 30-15-11 BnnkeiB Mori Co NE SE 30-15-1! Nora McKlniuy N\v SE 30-15-11 Bankers Mort Co SE SE 30-15-n Bankers Mirl Co SW SE 30-15-11 J T Fargason NE SW 30-15-11 J T Fargason NW SW J T Fargason SE SW J T Firgason SW SW Lee Wilson & Co NE SW Lee. Wilson & Co NW SW I,oe Wilson i: Co SE SW Lie Wilson & Co SW SW Lee Wilson & Co NE SE Lee W i [Mill & Co NW SE Lee Wilson & Co SE SE Lee Wilson & Co SW SE L»e Wilson & Co NE SE Lee Wilson & Co NW SE Lse Wilson & Co SE SE Lee Wilson & Co SW SE I.ee Wilstn .t Co NE SW Lee Wilson i Co SE SW l^e Wilson & Co Frl all W'A SW l.:c Wilson & Co NE NE Lee Wilson & Co NW NE Lee Wilson AL Co SE NE Lee Wilsun & Co sw NE l.'.f Wilson & Co NE NW Lee Wilson & Co SE NW L?? Wilson & Co Frl all Wit- NW Lee Wilson A Co NE SW Lee Wilson & Co NW SW Lee Wilson & Co SE SW I.ec Wilson & Co SW SW Lee Wilson & Co SW SE Lee Wilson & Co NW SE L;e Wilson .t Co SW SW Leo Wilson i Co NW NW Lt-e Wilson & Co NW SE Lee Wilson & Co .3E SE I^c Wilson & Co SW SE Lee Wilion & Co HE SW IJre Wilam & co Orig Sur NW SW I<ee Wilson & Co SE SW TOT Wi'.son & Co SW SW 15-15-12 Joe U Baker E 24 A NF. NE 17-15-12 Joe R Baker E 24 A SE NE 17-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NE SE 17-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NW SE 17-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co SE SE 17-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co SW SE Lee Wilson & Co NE NE Lee Wilson & Co NW NE 20-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co SE NE 20-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co SW NE Lee Wi&>u & Co NE SE Lee Wilson & Co NW SE Lee Wilson & Oo SE SE 20-15-12 L»e WIL-ffln & CO SW SE 20-15-12 Tax s "8£ & Baker NE SE Sugg & Baker NW SE 5 je SW Joint, Stk Ld Bk Less 2i 'os 1 A in NE Cor NE SE SW Joint Stk Ixl 5 26 Bank ' 'NW SE 23-15-12 21 OC SW Jolnt Slk Let' 13 ' 80 . Bk -W-of'L SE SE 17 ' 34 SW Joint Stk Ld ; ' 18 ; 84 Bk N 34 A SW SE lo'oi Louise Chapman's S A SW SE fxwise Chapman S of R SE SW Louise Chapman S of R E 5 A of S 6 A SW SW 23-15-12 SW Jt, Stk Ld Bk Prl NW SW SW Jt Stk Ld Bk FJ! SW SW 24-15-12 Levee Dist Frl Kli E of L 26-15-12 Louise Chapman NW NE 26-15-12 Louise Chapman NE NW 26-15-12 Louise Chapman NW NW 26-15-12 Louise Chapman SE NW 26-15-12 Louise Chapman SW NW 26-15-12 John M Taylor w of L all SE " 26-15-12 28 Levee District Frl EV1 SW E of R 26-15-12 M A Ray Est NE NE 27-15-12 M A Ray Est NW NE 27-15-12 M A Ray Est SE NE 27-15-12 M A Ray Esl SW NE 27-15-12 Alma E Crowder SW SE 29-15-12 Alma E Crowder SE SW 29-15-12 John M Taylor SE SE 30-15-12 John M Taylor SW SE 30-15-12 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 3L-15-12 Tlios E Thompson Eat Lot 5 SE SE 31-15-12 Thos E Thompson Est Lot 4 SW SE Orlena Hires Orlena Hires Orlena Hires Orlena Hires 6.72 1.32 .30 11.55 11.55 11.55 16.20 17.31 14.40 9.30 9.30 9.30 32.10 31.3? 24.2! 24.24 24.24 24.24 11.43 II.4V 11.42 11.43 14.72 14.72 14.72 14.72 12.00 12.00 .84 .75 13.29 18.00 .48 12. CO 6.45 17.66 17.GS 17.60 17.06 8.40 14.31 G.OO 5.94 5.94 5.94 5.94 13.85 14.40 7.35 11.52 23.40 .33 10.68 1.80 13.86 13.80 13.86 13.86 1.08 12.24 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 4-15-12 4-15-12 4-15-12 4-15-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 5-15-12 (i-15-12 li-15-12 6-15-12 6-15-12 C-15-12 G-15-I2 7-15-12 7-15-12 1-15-12 1-15-12 1-15-12 1-15-12 1-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 9-15-12 9-15-12 14-15-12 15-1G-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 15-15-12 17-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 20-15-12 21-15-r 21-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-13 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 24 20 75 20 40 40 20 40 16 40 20 20 40 40 40 40 40.40 40.71 40.40 50.71 40 40 40 40 40 50 40 40 40 40 40 40 • 4(J to 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 49.b8 40 40 40 40 40.36 40.36 G1.43 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 29.87 39.94 39.94 24 24 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40" 40 40 Orlena Hires Orlena Hires J N Thomason J N Thomason .T N Thomason SE SE SW E NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NE NE NW NE SE NE J N Thomason Frl SW NE 34-15-12 Ike Ward Ike Ward Ike Ward Ike Ward Ike Ward Ike Ward Ike Ward Ike Ward J B Clark J B Clark T»X 4.32 11.52 ii.66 2.61 31-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 -18 NE NW 34-15-12 NW NW 34-15-12 SE NW 34-15-12 SW NW 34-15-12 NE SW 34-15-12 NW SW 34-1J-12 SE SW 34-15-12 SW SW 34-15-12 CITV OF BI.VTHEVILLE J. B. CUrk Sub-Division Lot 3 Lot 4 Mrs. Tucker's Sab-Division St Louis San Francisco RR Main Line from E & W of tr Sec Line of 27-15-11 Jonesboro t. C & E RR (St t, A S F RH) Main line E of Bly from (he E Sec lino of 27-15-11 to the E Sec Line of 16-15-n 24.67 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2.93 23.09 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 38 32 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 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 18.38 18^ 18.38 11.73 11.73 11. 13 11.73 19.88 ' u.es 11.85 11.85 30.81 so.eij 46.90 9.42 9.42 3.42 9.42 14.40 1.11 12.00 1.35 5.52 7.20 3.30 4.41 1.17 7.17 7.80 7.80 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 :::.26 H.40 4.41 7.20 7.2fl 6.12 1.08 1.08 1.08 4.21 4.02 20.94 5.76 11.23 11.23 5.62 11.23 2.04 8.88 20.65 20.65 20.65 20.65 11.52 10.08 7.20 6.84 7.16 7.16 7.IB 7.16 1.29 10.18 20.16 19.65 22.72 22.72 22.72 22.72 14.21 14.27 14.27 12.00 20.65 20.65 20.65 20.65 12.64 12.64 12.64 12.64 2.88 2.83 75.00 18.75 Said land will be sold for the purpose of satisfying a decree rendered by the Chancery Court of the Chicknsawba Dlslricl of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on June 23rd, 1934, in the case of Sub District No. 4 of Grassy Lake and Tyronza Drainage District No. 9, Plaintiff, vs. Certain Lands and darner & Chrlstman, et al.. Defendants, against slid land for a special assessment due thereon, together with court costs, penalties and attorney's f« s ' said assessment being set opposite each truct of land. WITNESS my hand his 2nd day of July, 1934. Special Commissioner. H. L. QAINCS,

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