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PAGE SIX •BI/YTHEVITJ,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS I.E.I,tElCfl[ Top Timber-Topper To Assemble In Home Towns Next Week; Giants Due April 13 Six Northeast Arkansas Jeague teams'will assemble next week on their own diamonds to continue spring training activities In preparation for a sc-rir.s or exhibition games that will precede the loop's regular opening April 28. Many of the players who will Perform tn the league this season are now at various minor league camp? and are well advanced in their spring training .schedules. The managers are all expected to have their squads assembled at their home park nest Thursday for u> few more days of drills before starting the exhibition gamci. Training until ye.slti'day lit Pine Bluff, 14 players unttc-r contract to the Canithcrsvlllc, Mo., Pilots, will hold their first -home workout Sunday at the American Legion park under Manager "Bunny" Simmons where they will Uikc on the ambitious assignment of trying to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals. oviTiers of the Caruthersvllle franchise, In an exhibition contest April _ 14 that Is expected to attract sev- cott, above, tilce InMiliile sophomore, set -southwest track fans all : era! thousand fans from Northeast j ngog n . llcu ,, e racc( | to tul lmomcllll v;orl d rct .ord of 13.9 hi the 120- Arkansas and Southeast Misouri. , ... .,..„„„ ,„ ,,, „, .... •Thl game is to be sponsored by 5turt hl »" hllrdlcs '" lhe the Carnthersvillc American Lcg- loh post. The Championship Blythcvllle ^Gisnts under Manager Hcrscliel Bobo are training at Port Smith, : another funn of Ihe New York Giants. Bobo and his squad arc expected to arrive here April 13 and begin working out the next afternoon at Walter Park before engaging the House of Dnvid club hi their first exhibition 1)11 here April 21.: Manager Bobby Sehlelchcr of the Paragould Rebels has been drill- .ing his squad of a dozen for sev- eral'days at the American Legion park In Paragould while awaiting II other candidates for the tcniu to report. The Rebels are tendillvc- , ly scheduled to play the league's first exhibition game April 17 with , the Jonesboro Giants at Jonesboro. Plans have been completed for the Jonesboro team to begin train- Coming almost out of nowhere ivith .startling suddenness, Fred Wol- Hie event until 11 year ago, the long-legged blond now h being hulled ns an out-stnndlnK Olympic hope for 1040. The Dope Bucket Uy J. !'. Friend Meets jack Smith IIANDED KRLEASli — Another possibility for the current edition of Ihe Ulythcvlllc Giants from lust year's championship outfit was removed \vlih the announcement from the New York Giant minor league, at Fort Smith that hand pitcher, had nnd would do his Piilllg. been released „ „ summer's moimtl chores wllli cither Fayntlovlllc or Millfovd . . . Man- nser lierschel Bobo Indicated n few clays ngo that the cluuice.s for return were exceedingly the Cralghead county entry probably meet Sioux Fulls, s. D.. 1937 champions of the Nebrnskn Slate league who have' been train: Ing at poniphnn, Mo., the House of David aggregation and the Portia, Ark., independents as well as scv- erijl, other eltibs before the league Prospective performers of the Batesvllle White Sox have been going through their drills at Mayfield, Ky.,.al the school of the St. Louis Browns where Manager Elmer KlrchofT will line up csmctl- dates for his squad before bringing them to their home field Thursday. The White Sox will go into action for the first time In an ; exhibition contest with the Arkansas College Panthers at Damn Field, before taking on league opposition In another \varm-up game April 24 when they meet the New- ]>orl Cards at Newport. Manager Thorpe Hamilton ti expected ; k> also assemble his athletes ot Nen-port on Thursday. Since being made free agents through Judge UmdLV recent decision in the Investigation of the St. Louis Cardinals' farm system, most of Newport's last year's players have been re-signed, in addition to several new candidates. Aride from the scheduled exhibition contest with Batesville It was not. known here what other preliminary games are planned by Manager Hamilton. The series of exhibition g;....^., in the various towns is expected to create considerable interest among baseball fans around the loop bo- fore the six teams begin their regular 110-game schedule over two weeks from now. to his probable destination DOES 1'AUEOUT—U Isn't unusual at all In this great and Interesting game of baseball for a player to; loo!: like a million <lul- lars 'in .the Jlrsl of the season and liirenn. Art Perkins, above. Jack Smith In one of .... matches on Monday night's wrest- llnfr show at the American Legion then all oi a sudden go Into re-} and do a complete fadeout last season That was the case of Pulllg Reporting to Greemvoo;! upon Die recommeml.t lion of Travis "Stony" Jackson. Pnlllg made a good Impression from Ihc.very start . . .lie displayed a good fast ball, excellent control and a corking curve—everything necessary for a promising career his Some said that it was only lack ot experience that kept him from making the grade with Greenwood ... In Hu> pre-scuson drills here lie continued (o shine and was picked as one of the lilg 'J pitching st;iir . . . Camp iho opening gome with Osceola . . i Jullnn Harrington opened ami roek- along for five frames . . He began lo wobble a bit and hi the seventh Pnllig was sent lo his rescue with three ducks (Indians) on the pond and four runs already across ilurlny the inning, erasing an cnrly lead . . . Pullig was ns cool as the proverbial cucumber ... He took a hitch in his pants, and proceeded to mow "cm down uvitli apologies lo Charlie McCarthy! . . . The Giants came from behind in the eighth Mill a five run flurry to win, 8-t; . . . Pullig was Ihc toast of the town, and that io«sl was buttered Springs graduated 50 plas'ers Into organized ball year. There were approximately 3GO youngsters enrolled in camp. The school also graduated 31 umpires. Chuck Oxley, a young-' outfielder winning attention In the local camp, attended the Doan school last ycnr . . . Oxley appears headed for a job somewhcrn In lhe New York Glanl chain" ... SHORT SUBJECTS—Bill Terry !:;»lsl.i on n workout of sonic sort every day for his farms, "Hank" Dclleiry. farm manager, says The Western Association does iiot start until May 4 . . . The North- cast Arkansas [/-agm opening dale is April 28 ... Wnlly Moses is reported to hnve signed a two year coiuracl with the Athletics for S'25.000 . . . Yankee pitchers Irav league clubs n. .. So what! . . uu (JUH1VO. l vi | Thursday's game between Chicago n 203 average, and Pittsburgh rain out, some of ~ , . the members took to the hunting lanes, the white Sox defeating Ihe Pirates. 27-20 in rabbit hunting about from the Phillies for 75.000 iron 1 on both sides when he continued to win his next three as relief pitcher . . . Tirhiif of that role lie kepi alter Bobo to let him .start ti game nnd fuitilly the skipper did ... He lasted less llian >ui innlnj ... He never did win another game for the Giants, dropping nine straight . . . Late In men. the first sucker sports ;i .no batting average . , . Mebbe Freddy Llnslrom was riglit when hc said "Once n Dodger, always n Dodger" . . . Marshall Hcmphill is still in the greenwood camp . . . so Is Frank Miller and Ed Aniehing. for OUR BOARDING HOUSE SATURDAY, APKTL 9, 19,18 With Major Hooplt HAW~~~! CAME ACROSS QUITE UNEXPECTEDLY YES—WITH IM THE OLP HOOPLS FAMILY SUIT OP ARMOP,, WHILC ^ WAS IM SEARCH OP A BOTTLE OF COUGH K<JMF-F —KOFF'r" KWOWlKlfi THE 5KULLPU66ER.Y AFOOT, CONCERNIUG HIS PI5APPHARAMCB/1 COMCEALED H(M IM A NOOK OP MY OWM FAsniowiwa AMP ^ ' HEKSBY LAY CLAIM TO T> •$ S REWARD OFFERED FOR HK APPREHENSION <. THE 'LAUGH UP OM is o'ue C V IN THE CHANCERY COURT VOR THK CI11CKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS STATE OF ARKANSAS, Plaintiff, ' /v. No. CG31 | - DELINQUBNT LANDS IK' CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSIS-!.^ SfPJ 1 / COUNTV FORFEITED TOR NON-PAYMENT OP TAXKH AND KOl.f) TO 'J'lIK 8TATB Of ARKANSAS. Dofcmlnnls NOTICE Notlci- Is hereby given that pursuant to Act No, 119 of the General Assembly of UK- .Slate of Arkansas of I9M, there has been filed in the office of the Clerk of Ui,> dummy Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, the complaint of the Stain of Arkansas to qiilei and confirm In said Slate the title to certain lands mentioned in said complaint ami lying in the Chlckasawbn District or Mississippi County. Arkansas. All persons who can .sot up any right to the lands so forfeited and sold are hereby warned lo appear In the Chancery Court for said Chicka.s-awl>a District of Mississippi County, at the September term filler Hie publication of Hits notice, to-wlt on the 2Sth clay o( September, 1038, anil show cause, If any there he, why the title to eald forfeited lands should not he confirmed, quirted and ve.stpd In thn EitiUi' of Arkansas in fee simple forever. Tin- description of Eiiiil lauds and the names of the persons nrm or corporation lust paying taxes thereon are as follows- I,!ST OF LANDS IN MISSISSIPPI COUNTY CWCKASAWBA DISTRICT Forfeited For 1934 Tasw In \Vhos* I'art of Scfllou Area Morlli. Hange 8 Kast 31 .40 111 40 Nor Hi, Rangft 9 fiast SO 20 IS Nainf Assrssr-d Section Township )). II. Bley—NE SE B. H, Bley—NW SE To'.vnshlp D. l,. Davis—S'{, SW NK 1). L. Davis—NVi NE SE :!0 20 Alllc nrowu—Lot 7 SB NE :u 1U.70 W. I>. Jjolsclnw—l/jt 'i NE NW :<l 20 'J'OH'/isliIp Jii North, Range 9 1,'asl VI. 11. Trohnugh—Prl. S'i N!-. W.4 33 13 Township 15 North, Range 10 East Tav, Pfnaliy and Cost $ 28.12 28,72 IcLi May Qulnn—SW Si; Ida May Qiitnn—NW NE B. N. Schult?. Est—SiS NE SW Wallw Driver—S of R. SE NE Waller Driver—NE SB Walter Driver—NW SB I Waller Driver-SB 10 ir, 40 Welch Next Opponent Of Ching Lee Wrestling fans will again' see some Hying head scissors when : Art Perkins, the Detroit whirlwind, returns (a the local arena Monday night lo engage Jack Smith, n Michigan middleweight. Perkins has used the flying head scissors successfully on most of his' appearances here this spring nnd will undoubtedly count on this hold (o carry him to another win. Chlng Lee, who his been more or less unlucky In winning matches since he started performing here several weeks'ago, will attempt to break thu Jinx when hc meets an old favorite. Roy Welch, In another bout on Monday's card. Welch L? never a set-up mid Lee may again nnd himself looking at the celling unless he Is able to clamp his deadly Japanese leg lock gn ' the veteran Canadian. ', Most of the falls Lee hns won In matches around the circuit have been with the Icglock, with which he Is unusually adept. Terry Wins First Half Race Of City- Bowling Loop Race Beaten for the nv.it lime by Palace Cafe last night, Terry service station emerged winner of the flral half race In the City Bowling league when Johns' Confectionery suffered a setback at Ihc hands of Holt Funeral Homo nnd lost a chance to iie Terry for Hist half honors and force a playoff. Turning in the highest match score of the first half race Palace. with Vnn Winkle's 230 average Terry by 88 points. Terry led his team with Holt Funeral Home scored a. mild upset surprise by beating Johns' by 42 points. Hardy led Holt with a 107 average and Whittle pnccd ,. ^.-«u 111 MIVUI1. 11UIHH1K 1»»^H15L I Drooklyn fans are wondcrliig J °hns' with 205. fJolf Cninlllc . . . fiexctied Bci ''- Looney's 208 average wns for the entire first half First Half Finish Team Terry Service Station Palace Cafe Johns' Confectionery Holt Funeral Home , Dr. Ppppor Chinese Woman Beats floods i - - ~ ALVISO, Ca). (UP) _ Mrs Ah > tlle sca son hc became ill with flu Quong, 90-year-old Chinese wo- a "'' com P lal n«l or a sore arm so man, showed local white residents Bolx> sent hlm ho '" c lo recover how to beat a flood When they i • • • 1>ulllft halls froll> McNeil, entered her house to save her they' Ark " EIIlc! (ltl(;rl f'e<t Magnolia A. &. found her sittii, 2 imnassivriv in n M - ^ 1Brc hc s ' ar '«' '» basketball. Tlie MIKJ Is niso Known as i'ne singing lish. it lives im<Ier stones aloiij; Ihe californln shore and produces a humming noise by means of Its air bladder. found her sitting impassivelv in \ chair attached bv TOMS to the ceiling and well out of the way of =, thfc rising water. Thev saved her' Sml " nevertheless ' meil(s on Chvick Raia Newt Wain Ada WRITER PREDICTS - Johnny Porter, sports editor ot the , >\>rt American, com--- Oxley, outfielder. i who is slated to be one of the Biytheville outer gardeners i.-'Thc liay Doan school at Hot WRESTLING MONDAY NIGHT, 8 O'CLOCK W. ..G . .5 ..5 ..5 ..3 IlluVibard Hardware Co. ..o 7 Pet. .857 .714 .114 .114 .429 .420 .143 .000 E Eleven Recruits, Headed By Manager Simmons, Arrive From Pine Bluff CARUTHERSVIUJ3. Mo., April 9.—Eleven members of the Caru- Iher.-ivllle Pilots 1838 baseball team reported here yesterday, Including IVfannger-calcher Bunny Simmons, the group coming- from the Pine Blull, Art, (raining com)) conducted by the St. Louis Cardinals, parent team of the Pilots which belongs to the Cardinals extensive farm system. They are. in ager Simmons: utility; stantou, deck. Hopper, _ of third base; Lowery, Strauss, Kas- (pv and Kooiunnn, •>ceman, outfielder Checker Club Invites Long Distance Games DETROIT (UP) — Members of the Detroit Chess and Checker Club have announced they will accept a challenge to a chess game by short wave radio any lime a few Eskimos in Alaska or some natives In (he Solomon Islands feel they want a game. Already the group lias played an experimental "short wave game" with a Jackson, Mich., team and now they arc seeking new games anywhere in the world. 23 40 2!i 40 23 40 Township is North, Range 11 East . -S 8.50 A. W 25 a. N'i N'i SE jo 85Q M. C. Gentry—Lot 18 NE 15 Lot H. L. Chnmliers—Frl. SE NE 21 31.65 H. L. Chambers—SW NF. 21 40 Township 14 North. Range 1?, East 10 10 10 10 12 14 15 4040 40 40 40 40 320 Read Courier News Wsut Ada, addition to Man- Pilo. catcher and second base; Bez- outfleld; Glkllg, pilclwis. Al - liom last year's team, nl.so reported. Kdop- man nnd Sacemnn are the only 1937 Pilots tn camp here, but lieu Turner, outfielder, and Pitehers Plchler and Wilson Kocwlng arc expected to report, today or Sunda)'. Alondon, new shortstop, is expected to arrive also today 01- Sunday. The Pilots will hold their first full-time workout Sunday at Legion park, weather permitting. E. C. Pierce, president ol the, local club, said today that youths of Oils vicinity desiring a (rial with the Pilots would be given their chance next week, and on up until the playing season opens April 28. They should contact either him or J. If. Woodson, field executive, or Manager Simmons, Pierce said. The Pilots start vigorous work- cuts Monday in preparation for lhe exhibition game here next Thursday, April 14, with the St Louis Cardinals. United States Navy blimps are being painted a new color that closely resembles "robiu's-egg blue. It is said that this color will match almast all color conditions of the sky. Safety Insurance ! Why not buy a Used ! , Cnr where you are sure ! j nf gelling- what yon pay I i (or. Our Used Cars are j Mill in the best possible I condition (o insure sitfe- ty in. driving. A visit In our show room or lo( will convince you. 1M4 Chevrolet Coach, Only 1933 Chevrolet Coupe, Special 1935 Fnrd V-8 Touring Sedan .. 1.135 Ford V-8 Re- luxe Coupe, Radio 1938 Ford V-8 Pickup Trlli'k 1937 Ford V-8 I'j Ton Truck Perfect Condition . $195 $275 $265! $275 $465 Easy GMAC PriymetH Plan Tom Little Chevrolet Co, William C. Wooil—N'E SW j William C. Wood—NW N\V William C. Wood-SB sw William c. Wood—SW SW I Charley' Collins—SE N\V ] C. R. Pugh—NW NW I G..R. Nave—N'/j ToKiiship 15 North, Range 12 East Henry Nipper— Vfv. NE ME 30 2 0 Nancy Timms—lot 2 NW ' 3!> 10 Nai\cy Tlinnis— Lot -1 NW 35 2 Ofi Nancy Timms—Lot 5 NW 35 68.65 Township 15 North, Range 13 East Amanda Stevens—W 3.30 Ft. W'.i Lot 2 of HE W'i W!-l- W'« SE 8 22.16 In Whose Tax, Pen.*J N'ame Assessed Lot Blk. & Cost TOWN OF BI,YTHEV1U.E Allison Addition to Mlythedlle 14.38 U.30 1S.3C 'MM 5.39 24.41 16.IB 14.30 17.95 28.72 28,72 •28.12 29.62 2.53 22.40 28.72 7.18 14.30 7.18 1-1.311" 14.30 359 114.38 20.30 3.53 2.53 28.19 15,80 Hump Hawkins P. B. Tlllmoii 9 P. B. Tlllmon 10 Pearl Brooks and Ella Puller \V'. ! ' 13 Annie Franklin 8 Emma Hicks a Emma Hicks 7 $10.65 W. Bader 12 1 13.18 Kdwln Robinson Addition to Blylheville Mary and Walter Turner 1 3.03 Mary and Walter 9.38 Turner Mary and Walter Turner 10.65 Beuiah Buckingham 8 8 15.70 Mary Turne natron and Lilly Addition lo Blythevllle 10.65 J. O. Scott 13 W. G. Maxwell 7 Joe Taylor 12 Prank McQregor 7 Frank McGregor, N 20 Ft. 8 C E G L P. W. White P. W. White Will Ross 8 13 a. C. Brown ' 3.03 Dave . Hunt 25,80 Dave Hunt 10.65 Dave Hunt Mack Chaney 10.G5 Rufus Lemons . .. u «_i *v.yu i^UIUS Jj^lJlU liockmaii Addition to Biytheville Percy Smth Mrs. Minnie Mason, s 63 Ft. U , 2 C.80 lilythe Addition to Blytheville Mrs. Eva Hardln _EU, 11 21 1.82 Mrs. Eva Hardln "12 21 4.33 Mrs. C.W. Oosnell 10 25 50.04 Tom Howard 13 27 25.80 Mrs. Eva Hardln EVj 15 27 5^60 Mrs. Eva Hardln 15 27 25.80 Henrietta Good 5 33 38.42 Mrs. Eva Hardln 2 35 13.18 Biytheville Lumber Company Second Addition to Biytheville Ira Gray . . Ira Gray C 3 4.33 E. M. Bryan Addition to Biytheville J. W. Bader i 4 1.32 . J. W. ! J. W. Barter Bader . . J. W. Bader Thirty-six per cent of the weddings In the United States are dissolved by divorce in the first four years. ART PERKINS vs. JACK SMITH CHING LEE vs. ROY WELCH American Legion Arena, North Second S*. SAVINGS ON USED CARS ALL * 1931 Chevrolet Coupe .................................... $99.00 Runs good-Good Tires 1935 Plymouth Sedan _ ........ $199.00 Oo«l Shape . . . No ^^ 1937 G. M. C. y 2 ton Pick-Up ................... $575.00 Clean. Low milence. 18" Wheels, 1935 Chevrolet % ton truck ....................... $175.00 A Bargain 1936 C. M. C. iy 2 ton Truck ....................... $395.00 r/>"g W. B. stake body. Real buy. LEE MOTOR SALES, Inc. G.M.C. Truck, Oldsmobllos Phnne 313 . 1.82 1.33 . Addition t n Hlythevllle M.T. Bombalaskl G E. E. Hawkins 2 C. J. Evrard 5 C. J. Evrard 6 Charles Needham 7 10.65 10.65 20.75 3.08 3.08 Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEE 8»fe, rare »nd with less discomfort. All diseases and conditions of nervous origin, foot tUmtnts »nt ikln c«nc«ra trtiict and cond at our clinic. DRS, NIES & NIES Oit«opatlilc Phj- s lc!«n» 5H Main Fhon* 98 BJythevflte, Ark. . Chicago Mill and Lumber Company ' Addition to Biytheville W. M. McIYtrltmd H 13.18 N. Johns. Ex. 45 Ft. E'L. 2 N. Johns 3 Special Introductory Offer To Acquaint You With Our New Polly Gas 74 Octane With the purchase of 7 or more gallons of this new Gasoline A 2 Gallon Can of Hi-Grade Motor Oil For (A p a J) XCS SAVEON GAS Holland, Mo. Highway 61 Clilckasawba Addition to BlythevillE Mary P. Robinson 12 8 13.18 Davis First_Aililitlon to Biytheville 17.22 33.31 Davis Third Addition to Biytheville Frank c. Douglas 1 2 20.75 Frajik C. Douglas 2 2 5.GO Frank C. Douglas wvi 3 2 15.70 E. D. Ferguson E'-; 3 2 15.17 E. D. Ferguson WV, 4 2 5.60 Equitable Blclg. and Loan 7A -1 38.42 Frank C. Douglas S'.i l 5 g.13 Dougon Addition to Blylheville J. C. Thurmond, E 10 Ft. S 58 Ft. G 2 3.08 Hollipcter-Shonyo Addition to Blythevillo E. D. Ferguson O. Shonyo Mary Brinkley O. Shonyo Mary Punned ! Ora Jones Ora Jones L3dla Slaron 14 12 8 II 12 3 4 1 8.13 1.82 13.18 1.82 1.82 13.18 1.82 1.82 Irregular Lots in Blythcvllle Section 16, Township 15 North, Range U East R, W. Scott . 22 NW 3.08 R. W. Scott 24 NW 3.08 re. W. &COU 24 N\v 308 •"•-" *"'" ouiKiivibii Slate Dantcts Addition <o Blylheville W ' w - 3ri«ver 8 Txtlm A!*..... ... . . ^* TAWTtf /M> v John Alsup 12 i i g2 John Alsup i. 1 ) i ] .82 John Alsup 5 2 1.82 Morris Addition lo Blythevillo J. C. Hopper 3 c 15.70 Park Addition to Blythevtllc Mrs. Marthahone I l 20.75 Mrs. R. M. McLoad a Sallle Adams Est. l Fride Addition to BlylhevUle 15.70 16.70 J. A. Turner 22 E Clyde Robinson Addition to BIjrthtville 51.04 8 9 JO 2 3 6 5 6 6 8 10 10 10 10 H 14 14 18 IB 18 10.65 3.08 3.08 3.08 3.03 10.65 3.08 3.08 20.15 15.70 10.65 1.82 , 1.B2 1.82 15.70 3.08 3.07 1.82 BlytheviUe Lbr. Co. 1 Blythevllle Lbr. Co. 2 Blythevllle Lbr. Co. 3 .. Ruddle Heights Addition to Blythevllle Mrs. C. W. Oosnell 2 6 20.75 Sunnyside Addition to Blythevllle Sarah Bcickner . 7 2 16.70 Henrelta demons 15 6 10.65 Henretta demons' 16 8 1.82 West End Subdivision to BlythevlU* Jane Bostell Jane Bostell Will Turrell Wlil Tun-ell 3.oa 8.68 5.48 1.54 5.05 1.67 1.67 !.67 2.81 2.81 P. P. Fkher E',4 5 A TOWN OF MANILA Original Survey Ell Mftrgon 32 4 Howard Pierce Eli 194 14 2.B1 2.81 2.81 a. M. Denton O. M. Denton Ora C. Dllts Ora C. Dllts Ora. C. Dills Nannie Dllts Nannie Dllts West End M 15 12 13 lubdlvistoii TOWN OP DELL Original Survey A. H. Chealharn 9 O First Addition to Dell Ed Medcalf 6 5 Luclnda Martin 3 6 Luclnda Martin 4 6 TOWN OF I.EACIIVILLE Original Survey Carrie Nassar 7 3 Can-Is Nassar 8 3 1.6T' Carrie Nassar 9 3 1.67 Carrie Nassar 10 3 1.67 Carrie Nassar 11 3 107 Carrie Nassar 7 9 18^55 Carrie Nassar 12 3 1.67 Carrie Nassar 4 10 1405 Nelson First Addition to Leachvllle M. M. Thurmond EH. 2 A 13.55 Nelson Second Addition to Leathville Carrie Nassar 5 P 9.55 Carrie Nassar 6 F 1.67 Smith Addition to UachvlUe Luna B. Wilhelm 21 C 1.57 Luna B. Wilhelm 22 D A. A. Maynard 11 D A. A. Maynard 18 D Slaudcmeyer Addition to C. D. Ashabrsmcr Addition lo Manila H. M. MJlford 6 3 960 H. M Mllford 1 3 1.67 Firkriew Addition to Manila 9.55 9.55 1.61 1.67 1.67 1.67 to Manila 2.79 TOWN OF VARBRO M. C. Flowers 31 253 Witness my hand and seal on this 28 day ot Feb., 1938. , HARVEY MORRIS, Chancery clerk. ' By Elizabeth Blythe, D. c. Nub, owing to the vegetable oil Ihey contain, have a high food tr value. Hazel and Brazil nuu rank ; -first In food value, followed bv chestnut, almond, walnut and • nut, In the enter

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