The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1938 · Page 3
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A TURD AY, MAY 1-1, 1038 (ARK.)' counran NEWS Traiivims-Big.Rock-ca vises-Big- Wreck Vcw High School and | Jeachcrs' Home To Be 1 LreclecJ MANILA, Ark., May 14.-The )o- ;:i:h<jol district IKI.S !>!;• plans i' wllli the rn/ing of llirlcatrii- Imnif, luriiU-d just ;,ou(li <i iTCcnlly tompliud home >:<:»miles building, Am,rdinn Ui W. l-'OWll-r, NUpl-rlntemk'ill ol cliu»l District' 15. a m,\, mon lodcrn ti'ju-hiT.s homo »-il| ),i •H:li-d an the site ol the old on- Tin- new h<;me v.jii be a C.vo V, - v .ev'-n-rr>om Mrntuiro Liiul > .•.signed l(J I-IHIM'I K. NJHIKJ, It 'i»i! no more lonnduijMi Hmn ic old oni'. Ii will lie compli led ily 15. Mr. I-Vr.vIi-r mid liis.l'um- y M-f living in ifie Immi; ceo uinic.s building, which was tom- rd recently and will lit- reach .students Ijy llic opening of summer bum of wluml. lic NYA crtw. which has btc-n isy Tor .soniL' time, is beini'. <-n- ifced from 15 to 25. The ncldi .i) men'iise was mces-saiy to omph-le plans for erection ol teachers' home and tht: nt'A )lt;h school buldinK. The work on i is building will be stalled June and is expected to be 10111- eled by November 1. This stnic- u-c will cost about $20,000 and ic cost will be borrowed from a evolving loan fund. This biiild- ig is the only erection in the >ast six years (hut has had n K'nded indebtedness applied to it. he school district has received ate and yovcrnment aid. finishing the balance themselves on MJ.SI- buildings. The new high' ol building will be of .1 brick enecr ami will contain sewn wnis. Tile present combination igli school-grade school bmldin;;' ill be nsc<i for erammitr school orients only. The present build- is is valued at $32.000. According to Mr. Fowler, with ic completion of the teachers' wme and the new high school mllding the total valuation or ihe inklings here will be approxi- ifitely $75,000. Plans are boms lade also to remove (he concrete dewalk leading to the present MilUling and arrange shrubbery, •ees, and concrete walks and rive-ways in a semi-circnlnr beatification project in keeping with ic present plan of buildings. When a lot of locomotive imvts n lot of rock, its just too Dad lor the locomotive. Here's what happened when a Denver and lilo Gr.-mde Western passenger train smacked inlo a 40-lrm boulder tlmt had roared down tile side of Ihe famed Royal-Gorjje in Colorado and .stopped on (he railroad (rucks The locomotive is shown dumped upside down inlo the Arkansas river. The rest of (he train stayed on file aack and all passengers were unhurt, hnt the engineer was killed jn,d Hie fireman Iradiy bmnec! ngenious School Excuse Derived From Bee Sting FORT .-WORTH,, Tex. .(UP>—The igoiinity of a local school l>oy— 'ho slaved home because his dog •as bitten by a bee—has started new fashion. The youngster called up Dr. W. . McCuistoh and asked what to o for a "dos; bee sting," The doc- or told him to put n soda pack on lie sting. A few minutes later, the nxions caller asked if the doctor Idn't think "I ought to stay home rom school mid look after Ihe og." The sympathetic veterinarian aid that seemed all rijjht. . As soon as the word got around, liree other boys had asked llr. McCulstoii if tl:ey ought not to tny out of school to watch after he hurts of their pets. The doctor was stumped, because warm wea- lier and the beckoning .swimming lole were right around the corner. Land Trip 120 Miles, By Water 2,300 Miles EAST LIVERPOOL. O, <U1')— The overland distance between East Liverpool and Conneaut. O.. is 120 miles, but when two steel dump .scows lion- being mamit'ac- Itired here make the trip between the cilie.s they will cover 2.300 miles each. The carriers, 206" feet long, 40 feet wide, and 14 feet, deep, are being; manufactured lor two New York companies. young woman's ijlnmoiir and romantic appeal," Mrs. Kcilly told the National Catholic Conference on Family Life. "Too umth money can be as great a hnmlicnp to marriage as loo little." Dog Has Knowing Nose, Flushes Currency Roll Campaign To Lose Race Leads Only To Election CINCINNATI. O. <UP)— Emmctt Kirgan, chief of detectives of Ihe Cincinnati police department,, conducted an oild campaign in an effort to defeat himself in an election for a place on (lie hoard of directors of the Cincinnati Gvm 1 club. Kirgan promised that, if elected, he would: I Take all Hie water out of the ; swimming pool; place a refrigerating system in the sleam room: not permit members (o loaf in (lie club rooms; ami institute a nudist colony on ttic club's grounds. 1 The membership did not. lake I Kirgan's "threats" seriously, and i '--Imcd him to office. Mass, i v p> — "Conkcy," a 2-year-old Scotty, mny be no bird dog but lie did prove he has a nose for Ihe "American e.isle." Out for an ailing with his master Carl F. Eyring, he Hushed roil of bills in the nearby retrieve. Eyrini! lotd the police he would restore- Ihe money to its owner on identification. : Long Delayed Marriages I Declared to Be Mistake ! PHILADELPHIA — Wailing loo I lon[! before man-yiug is us serious j a mislake as rushing into wedlock | without consideration of Ihe eco- i nomic factor, accordini; to Mrs. I John S. liciliy. author and authority on marital problems. "Ability to manage well on n small income ran add much to a ttrad Courier New* want Ad* School to Play Football Again Aiter 28 Years ROCHESTER, N. Y. |UI>)—Tlic Rochester boaiil of rdiicnllim, after n years of debute, has voicd to restore football as an olllcial high school sport. Football was dioppc'd in 1010 because the board felt the KIIIIK was being nvcr-cmphaslwd am was attracting a gambling e'.e- tncnt, and since that lime parents j.stwlc»lx, school olflcink uml oth- |er interested parties have debated its return. The board's favorable decision followed several weeks of concerted activity, including a .survey of 11,500 Rochester families to deter- imine the sentiment of parents ol I potential players. HOARD OP COMMISSIONERS, ~ " Sewer Improvement District Number One of Ihe City of Blylheville, Arkansas, vs. No. (1673 Delinquent Lands, Lots, Blocks, or Parcels of Land, and Railroad Tracks and liieht-of-Wny. in said District, .... All persons, firms, or corporations having or claiming ;ui inlere.s in any of the following described lands, lots, blocks, or parcels of land railroud tracks and right-of-way, arc hereby notified and warned lha suit is pending in the Chancery court of Mississippi county, Chickasawba District. Arkansas, (o enforce the colletcion of certain 10,% am 1!)31 taxes, or assessments, on the sub-joined list of lands, each sup. posed owner ImviiiB been set opposite bis or her or ll.s land toRdhei wilh Ihe aniounl.'i severally due- from each, to-wit- OW.N'KIl (if kiiniui) Nell K. Cole Sam G. Saliba Ilenlty Pin-. Corp Really I'ur. Corp T. E. llaynes Myrtle Ma;,- Ualstea:! .... Pilrs. Alaltip Meal H. M. A-. H. B. Nixlarny V,'. J. Hotlners Mrs. C. I, Hoydston II. IJ. .V. II. M. Netlui-oy . TAX Ally I.nl Illtiek 193B 1!«7 IVii'ly T'fal Fci Hlylbe AtlilMInn .E' .Wl 20 20 20 2-1 2-1 21 24 21 $5.00 ss.oo $i'.oo sn.no $1.00 3.75 :i.Y5 ' .75 (1.25 .75 1.00 1,00 1.25 1.00 1.00 1.00 .SO 1.00 :i.75 10.00 lO.Otl 1.25 1.00 1.00 .SO .50 1.09 ' .75 1.00 1.00 .25 .10 .20 ,20 .10 ,05 .20 n.25 11.00 11.00 1.10 2.20 2.20 1.10 .55 '2.J1Q "Lettuce Have Fun!" Is Slocan ol Manhattan Socialites PAGE THREE Americans in Paris seeking down excitement hie to "Les Hallos", famous gay, noisy marketplace. So when society folk from Ne«- York- silk-stocking section arranged a benefit, party, they decided on a. visit In the wee hours to slum-surrounded Washington Market. Here some ot them are pictured having an 18-carrot good time among the vegetables. The monkey business going on at left, above, is Chairman ^Rosemary Cox. with an organ-grtnctcr's pet on her bean. "Some peach, eh?" whispers the market hand In the background as the merry- fciakm pair off to do the Big Apple, center above, while at right is deb Jean Harrington, auctioning off a crate of cabbage she, felt n bit mclon-choly next momlng though, when she broke otit from ma king the rath mistake of handling prickly pears. She wouldn't do It again for nny amount of celery. 'Mil "" OH'.NTH (If known) Lot Mfllllc Neal 20 Mrs. Minnie cox Oscar Mai-giin -S. A, Hiiyncs Ci.'C. suiibii Mis. Lucy Tlioinpson .. J. M. Hooker /,. A. MrCul.stim II. » .V llclly IsYdinm- II. 11- A: (icily Nccliiroy Stale di Ark Stale ol Ark .'...' Filler 11 A; 4 N U5' 5 N US' C N ay i W W TAX Illiick I (Kill 111:11 1.25 ,75 .80 .If. 2.50 ,7!) UK) I 'II .80 llu/i'l Miller anil J, Ooldsmllh Co. 3 Torn .v .Sylvia Howard |:| llljllii-villi' n At |, Anan 17 J. !•'. Province J. M. Kisk Ksl Kill .V' Lucy Vfll W. A. Dobyns C. Abiahum J. W. Williums .Mis, Hell cable First Nulioinil Hank Oscur Alexander ... JlK' HlJIIllHlliLSkl NHiii'} MoiUv.nmi'ry . !•; !•: 1 III) I (II) 1.20 1.10 I'en'ly ,S5 ,oa .111 .08 ,50 .If) .10 .20 'M 20 .21 .22 111 .V: 1.4(1 .75 511 2.12 .irj Hslii'r lllyllirvlll 33 .15 //r> 33 7,09 7,1)1) <'«. l-'ll-ril Alllllllnll lllyllii- 11,in) Adilltlini 1,5 Ml .01 .(Hi .if) .111 M, .15 1 /III •ii Helen Abrulinin | C, A. U'<- ,v Jinni's White W ;t-f, 3 K. it T'-ash-y \ W. !•'. Oobb N100' li UolJi'ii .Small 4 llHiln- A O. a. Saliba •> Ci. J. Waller f, V. H Knyder '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. li Earl Simler 7 J, C. A; Carmen \a\ve n HI,(In- Ciiiii'lli Addition .110 200 .75 1.60 .IliS 1 . !) * 10 I, 2 tt 3 (i & 7 1 P. M. Bennett Paul Hryeiiiis Louis & O|)nl Doughor Ernest Halcltff C. 1-1 Ooldsmllli Mrs. II. D. McUioci ... Mrs. II .D. Mcl*oj .. Ainiitnlii Goticl A Mrs. II. I). McLcuil #. 0 ,t 10 Thresln Ilomlioliiskl li L. W. C.osnell Hit '.'. RI:, 7 Menu -lioyd Alia Pearl Joiilini Amanda Ooble ., C. I., liurber J. L. * G. L. Hiiwley . It. C. A: Lucy UD/lcr . M. B. Pendcruiass C. T. & Alice Wicker T. V. lionglicr J. I.. Lane Floyd Simpson B. A. Mori-is J. D. Booker C. J. Evrard Albert K, Freeman .... Sternberg Cotton Co. . E. E. Driver Heirs E. E. Driver Heirs E. E. Driver Heirs ... VV. 1. Wheat llnby Holt .40 2 1.00 .40 .40 .55 .50 . .. i. in Ulid •i •i 7 f) !) a n 10 in 10 n, 12 13 13 M 14 14 14 15 15 2.00 -Mil) 1.20 1,20 .50 .50 I.C5 ... .CO .BO ,70 ,UU .(10 .70 1.115 1.10 ,11 a .98 1. 10 ..... r.o . , . .110 1,10 1.10 .50 .05 .50 .50 .50 .50 .95 .00 .20 .50 .SO ,50 .110 .75 .13 .10 .10 .23 .28 .(14 .Oil, .11 .05 .1(1 .22 1.72 .53 ,24 .10 .17 .12 .12 .14 .17 .Ofi .08 .20 .22 .Oil .22 .10 .19 .on .02 .10 .10 ,10 Oli .15 Aaron llosenllml J. G. <fc Gerlnide -liarnes Chicago Mill & i.br. Co. Flral Addition lli'silbdlvl.slon o(. Lots 1 i 2, Ulork "A" N'.i -I W'.v 3 1.50 ____ . ... Chicago Alill i l.l.r. Co. 2nd Ailililion .30 .20 U. VV. & Muiirinc MnUins 3 Mrs. A. O. Wickhain ,fc Bess Hall 2 Mrs. Gliidys Field fi G. E. Keck \V!i 8 &- All D A. G. Hall E'i 11 & All 12 C. A. Cunningham i:( . , Cliicka.sawda J. M. Anderson u Mary Phillies Hoblnson 12 Llliian Rosenllinl 1 it 2 Wright Hros 4 Joe Wnddy 5 J. E. VVhllwoith 7 J. IT. Fisher ..' | ,v •> J. A. Webb 5 & a U. M. Prince Lama McClliUock. Addition I) . 1.50 1.75 .no .fl.'l 1.00 .ir. ... 3 & E'i 4 W',i 4 & All 5 Davis first A. T. Clour | 2 Mrs. A. G. Wlckhatn & Bess Hall :i & E'i 4 Jessie F. Driver K; Jessie F. Driver 17 O. Shonyo 3 S. Joseph 4 n 9 !) (I. II 12 14 14 Addition 2.00 .75 2.00 1.75 !.3a 1.75 3.00 3.00 3.75 3.75 2.50 .00 1.75 .50 .03 .10 .32 .02 .20 .011 .20 .38 .14 .35 .GO .75 .25 .18 Moses Simian J. W, Atkins J. W. Atkins 'J'. J. Mnlinn ................ E 1 -. 3 Mrs. Anna Del! ............ S'.'I 1 N - Johns ........................ 3 Fan-is Simon Mrs. oddle Freeman T. J. Mnlinn 15 ... 2.50 15 ... 1.00 15 ... 1.00 10 3.00 3,00 )(> ... .SO 17 ... 2.25 3 18 7.50 7.50 4 1« 7.50 7.50 Davis Sccoml Addition 25 250 1.50 1.50 .90 Mattie June Bishop Ada c. Robinson .. .Sh.id'ad Salibn Elvn Poe U. s. Bliinkrnsliip . U. S. Blankcnship H. H. Storle W. B. Crews .... D.ivis Third Addition 9 ... R'i C ,t 7 8 .t 0 12 A: E", 13 2 W'.i 3 .. E'-i 3 A: 4 N 1-3 13 Js 14 J. M. Anderson Estate I A; 2 Mose Siiiuan 3 Equitable B f; 1,. Assn. L. T. of 7 Mississippi Co. n <t I, fl W. R. Adams II A: 12 Eila B. SK ift (0 & 11 Sunshine Swift 12 C. s. Corey 13 J. J. Williamson 17 Lillie -B. Sisk 4 J. C. Clcnimons Est J. C. Clcmmons Est . W. o. Damon Est. .. Tom Little Tom Little J. VV. Alley C. u. Mobley Mrs, Mamie Cox ... J. L. Guard N. s. Saliba N. S. Saliba I 2 3 2 3) 3) S 3 4 4 4 4 4 S 5 1.50 1.50 .00 1.50 1.00 1.75 ,85 1.50 1.50 1.60 5 A> G 7 & 8 9 L 2 4 & 5 5 & 6 8 8 w: 7 AU c s 2 10 3 10 1,25 Hoiis.-in Addition American Bide. A: Loan 3 l 135 Moses SHmnn s 1 Hate. Subdivision P. II. Acloil B 250 Ilfarn First Addition 1.25 1.15 . . . ... 1.50 . .. 1.25 . .. 1,40 ... 1,50 1,90 I.no 1,00 l.CO 1.25 1.25 1.25 . . . ... .75 ... .75 . .. 2.10 .75 .75 .30 ... .30 2.15 2.75 200 2.00 ... 2.00 . .. 1.50 .50 ... .25 .10 .10 .CO .05 .23 1.50 1.50 .03 .25 .30 .15 .IB .15 .10 .IB .08 .30 .15 .15 .13 13 .15 .1.1 .14 .15 ,38 .20 .25 .13 .01) .08 .21 .15 .03 .03 .55 .40 .20 .15 .05 .13 .13 .13 2.50 A, O. Hudson 1 iSs 2 l Mrs. Qutncy Alexander 3 l N. P. Knight a l Henry Stngery 9 i Nettle Clleti Manatt VV 1 ; 2 & All 3 2 Mrs. Lucia Glllen 4 & 5 a If. S. Hearn 6 2 Cora Sullou ,7 & a 2 .50 .20 .20 1,25 ... 1.50 1.75 1.75 2.00 2.00 2.50 Tom Little 5 a . ij0 Tom Little 8 a ." 150 H. a Hearn 7 & vro 1 » 3 ... LIS .05 .01 .13 ,03 .15 .35 .40 .55 ,15 .15 .18 .55 .4-1 1.38 .28 1.G5 3.85 4.40 2.75 1.65 1.65 Ally. T'lul FCC 2.11. .25 .1)3 .08 1.111 .1(1 ,«:i .Oil O.W .SO ).li'< .15 1,10 .11) 220 ,20 y.m :m 2.20 .30 .m oil, .24 :n i .15 .12 ,118 OH .00 .14 .(ill C»\VNi:it lit known) Minnie K, IKnver & Ponrl ,311 .01 I .11(1 .UK 2.7ft .'jr. l.HI .1(1 1.115 .15 1 i«> .in .20 2.211 21) i.:w ,111 l.HI .III 1.1(1 .10 2.48 ,:'. r l '•M .23 ,44 .(M .88 .01! 1.21 ,65 1.10 2.42 .22 ui.na 1.72 ,11 .05 .10 5.72 2.04 l.h) 1.112 1.32 .132 1.54 I.H2 ,C(1 .84 2.1(1 2.42 .55 .88 2,42 1.10 2.0!) .OB .22 1.10 1.10 1.10 .Oil 1.65 .28 2.75 3.30 1.05 l.OB 1.155 1.65 1.05 1.43 1.48 1.05 1.18 1.54 1.C5 4.18 2.20 2.75 1.48 .83 .83 2.31 1.65 .33 .33 C.05 4.40 2.20 1.55 .55 1.33 138 1.38 3.30 .30 2.M .20 .lf> 1.65 ,09 I.'JS 3.52 .17 220 .OT 2,20 3,85 1.52 3.85 G.GO 8.26 2.75 1.08 14.0ft 1.40 15.40 1.40 2.15 1.10 1.10 C.CO .55 2.48 16.50 1.50 1(1.50 1.50 1.10 .10 1.03 .18 1.03 .08 3.30 .30 .15 .15 .13 .13 .15 .13 .14 .15 .33 .20 .26 .13 .03 .08 ,21 .15 .031 .03 | .55 .40) . 20' .IS' .Oo! .13 .13 .13 TAX Lot Illiirk ma 1037 IVn'ly Ally. Tl.t! Fen 31 Minnie K. now ,v. I'p'nVV" Hudson \Y33' 0 ;ti ) DO lleurn Second Addllinn (»i'or(j(» M. !,re ,j ^ ^ j .^ ^ II. 1), iV Diitunii Mrlj'od Ji i "ir ">ir \r Myii.-.nnisi.™. :::: , i ^ ^ ^ ("iinly Survey lin-Kuiar l.,,is SI-:'/,, X-ir.-ll .10 1.10 ,10 C. 3. llii'fjjell lOO'sl.W '*. C. W. (.'nuvhird .., C. J. Kirnrd I., W. (lusni'll tot. L. W. (iiiMii'll KM.. ' 1,. VV. (luMiell I'M. 1.. W. (liiMH-ll I'M. . I.. W. (iiksili-ll Kst. I. VV. (ilisllill |.,M. L. VV. (H.slU'H Ksti.lc' E, of I'.S'.V K. 1(11 H'-, HW SW O-lr.-ll L w. lltoiii'll K.,(H((. \v, o| l',.s,v l;. li]( H'.. HW SW ll-ir.-ll , 70'xir.o 1 (i SO'xIW 10 I K 1 25 .7S .If, .1-) A; M • .. M • .. .50 .50 .5(1 ,25 .IS x: .05 .05 .05 .05 ,05 .05 svv .'j-i,i-ii 2,00 2.01) .4(1 .SO .U lalli'il Luis In xii 1 /, O-r.-li ••"."-••- Ill . .. 5.110 Till ir I'laUi-it r,,.(^ SW 10-15-11 • fl '^ 7 ... (J.jjr, ' ,«j I'l.iltrd |.,,|s In SI! SW 10-15-11 2.75 .25 1.G5 .15 .84 .08 ,5'j .05 .5 r > .05 .!,', .Ifi .',A ,05 , .51 .05 HO M) .55 .05 5,ftO ,WI '),!« .m . ., Ini-Siil.'ii- l.iil , \v;i IS-lfi-ll Manclsco iilt.... ^ t-i 4 W) li-n>Kiilin- !...( I,, HI: SU 1 lil'-ls-il ,40 N. nf I-I-2 (Wit .Slolit liTi'Kiiliir I."Is- , Morse ,v Klrshni'i- li; lli'xslc A. l.ayinon m 1'hillliis Pi'ttiilniin Co u'll)!)' K", N', 2ft I'lillllfU IVtmlctnn Co. \v. N'. -.fl) II. W. Haiti ' yi O. ci. lliilibiiril . ' -i-i li. W. Sail I '.H Ci. W, Mct'Jiiniihiu) 2:i MclA'od mid Son ,..,,.,, 20' C. II. Wlifslli; 140' of[ IS. side of .SH'i of NK", »f .SK 17-15.|( .lunies A VVullei- Wiuldy | C. Abriilunn m lle.sslo Stci;ibei-i{ .. K 1 , 2 ,fc W'j ;( 1 lurry Alklns 7 C. Abi'iiliuin in J. W. Under a .S. C. AU'Siinder 8100' (i S. C. Alloril N 1-3 U & N 1-3 'I Kcpiltiilib 11. ,t 1.. Assn SlOO' 7 -'"I'y Addllloii J, VV. iMnloney | ,^ 2 K. I 1 '. Jolinslou 125 1.25 :K, ' Iri-is-n .40 .40 m .30 .03 .:«) .3d .(in 1.25 1.25 Flossie Ciondrlcli I. M fc Mln Cluippel! : Helen Abrahnm Helen AlitaJmm lli'li'ii Abiiihuni A, Ci. Mhlbley .limes Addition .... I fc 2 l K fl VV40 1 H) K l.i-ss Subillvlslnn 3 1 (1 Marsh Adililliin 2 2 2.25 Knox CYalff , C. 1-3 3 ft .f Mrs. L. O. Drown 5 Mrs. L. O. Brawn u T. M. llerrliigloii 7 it 11 liilby Miller f, L. M. Hurnette 10 .t W (<. 1! Myrtle O. Mm tin I H. C. Moore ,' 3 Airs. 1'. U. llmvkitis .( Miller ,t (liini), Julia KocliUlKky ir. C. J. Krriirtl H50 1 ; 1 & s liionls A,| Itny Wartlilnciloii N40' II 11. A. Lynch N'.i 15 Aiui'J-lciin lililu. A J,. Assn W12' ot ai2' 7 W125 1 n .-10 .75 Ailillthm Survi'y Gi'nrue Cross , ; , i»0 Joe Cnilif 21. &'22 Mrs. I,. 12. Mcl'VIl 2H fc 211 Mrs. W. A. Clrlmniett .... 30 & 31 II. A, Livingston ,,.,:)2 ,\; fj';. .n Hole Rslnlc no Ti'cd C. l-\>\vli!r mi Kf|HltuMc U «• I, Assll [ fit! K. J. fc I.iiln Spencer , r >| Mrs. Kslellir Stewart 117' O, II. und Onii Clrear .... 70 ,t 11 Cyntliiii O(;li' or, J. T. Alforrt «7 J. T. Allord an J. T. Alfortl w On, Slnlt- -Sav. A.ssn Bi John Pilola 3 O. nud Anna Shonyo -i Llllle A. McU'Od <j Unknown 7 & g l>avcrne Priola 13 Tom A. Uttle li ',% 12 IMr.1 of Snllle Adiuns 1 •lorn Secoy 2 C. N. Neal Estate .' 2 J. W. Bishop S 1-3 8 & 9 P. C. Holhrcck N 1-3 8 A 3 A. 1). Dowland H Kclna Karl Martin o Blanche F. Brooks 8 l.ec Mn.sgrave 12 S. 11. Hall O. VV. Diivis John L. Melvin NIOIT I S 65' 2 4 Mrs. P. M. Campbell 5 Edith Johnson NGO' C & 7 Hicliard Ailililion .75 1.75 .00 1.40 5.00 .75 .75 .75 1.00 1.75 1.00 1.00 .85 1.00 .80 .80 .00 1.75 2.25 2.00 1.25 1 20 1.00 1.00 .70 l.CO 1.00 .CO .75 .50 1.00 .75 .75 1.00 1.75 l.ftfl l.CO .85 1.00 .80 .90 1.75 1.25 2.00 1.25 1.20 Jflkc & Minnie Huffman I Loyd Stickroan c Lloyd Stlckniiin VV 1 -'- 7 Ida Miiward G .7. N. Cfosell .' 7 E. J. Browne 3 B n B E E E 1.75 1.50 .70 1.00 1.00 .GO .75 .50 .50 .50 .GO 3.50 1.00 .50 1.15 1.60 1.50 llnliinsnn Adililin,, (Clyde Koliin.son) Ernest Kassel! 11 Knic.sl Hasscll 12 ] S. Joseph 8 a S. Joseph 9 •> S. Joseph 10 5 T. .M. .Sinilli Aitiliito Molly. Harold & Helen Stcrnbcig 1 Molly. Harold & Helen Steinberg 2 Molly, Harold & Helm Sternberg 3 Siiilliiiry Addition 1.00 1.25 l.CO 3.C3 1.00 1.00 3,CO 1.00 .25, .80 1.50 Mrs. J. s. Dilbhunty.... 5 fc E ; • 6 W. V. Womack ................. 8 if. I,. Chambers ................ 9 . 5.50 .50 1.25 .12 Cecil Shane & J. L. Cherry Mrs. S. S. Sternberg Mrs. S. s. Stcrnterg Mrs. S. S. Sternberg .Estclle Vollmer l l l Addition 1 50 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.7.0 .4.40 2.75 .25 .41 .25 .13 .13 .50 .II) .00 .12, .51) . .. .05 .50 .50 .10 G-15-11 .. 0.00 ,00 ,tia .«a .33 ,03 .00 .Oli 1.38 .13 1,311 .13 1.10 .10 1.10 .10 1.32 .12 .55 .05 1.10 ill) O.GO .HO ,25 .08 .30 .03 1.28 1.25 .75 1.50 1.50 .30 ... . ., 1.00 .10 ,1)0 .50 ,10 . . . I.(10 .10 . .. .(10 .00 ... .00 .09 1.00 1.00 .20 • .. 1.50 ,15 2.75 .28 .110 .0(1 .(iO .OR .110 .0(1 . .. .0(1 .40 -.08 ... .OS .70 .70 .14 1.50 1.50 .30 . .. 1.00 ,10 1.00 1.00 .20 .00 ,GO .12 .(10 ,(iO .12 1.00 1.00 .20 . .. 1.75 .10 1.50 ... .15 1.01) 1.00 .20 .75 ,75 .15 8.15 .75 1,75 .liO 2,50 .08 .15 .25 .12 .25 .14 .80 .15 .10 .15 .15 .20 .35 .20 .20 .17 .20 .1C .1(1 .18 .35 .13 .23 .40 ,25 .2-1 .10 .10 .14.20 .20 .12 .15 .05 .10 .05 .12 .35 .10 ,C5 .35 .30 .15 .10 .13 20 .GO .20 .03 .03 .13 .15 .20 .40 ,25 .08 .30 .03 .10 .10 .10 .OS .Oil 2,75 .83 :uo .33 1.10 1.10 1.10 M .no 2.20 1.0!) 3.03 .28 2.41! ,23 .Cfi .08 .CO ,OG .11(1 .Oil .IJIi M .BO .83 1.54 3,30 1.10 2.20 1.33 1.32 2.20 1.D3 1.05 2.20 1.05 .08 .14 .30 ,io .20 .12 .12 .20 .15 .20 ,15 O.C3 1.U5 3.85 1.32 2.75 1.54 1.G5 1.10 1.65 1,05 2,20 3.85 2,20 2.20 1.87 2.20 1.76 1.7C 1.98 3.85 1.38 2.48 4,40 2.75 2.04 1.10 1.10 1.54 2.20 2.20 1.32 1.55 .55 1.10 .55 1.32 3.85 1.10 .55 3.85 3.30 1.C5 1.10 U8 2.20 G.GO 2.20 .38 .88 1,65 1.65 2.20 4.40 ,ao .15 ,:is .12 .25 .14 .50 .15 .10 .15 .15 .20 .35 .20 .20 47 .20 .10 ,'lB .35 .13 .2.1 .40 .25 .24 .10 .10 .14 .20 .20 .12 .15 .05 .10 .05 .13 .35 .10 .05 .35 .30 .15 .10 .13 .SO .CO .20 .03 .08 .15 .15 .20 .40 Wcstf.Uc Addition 1 ,\ . 2 A . 3 A . 7 ,\ . 100 .10 1.10 .10 .23 20 1.00 2.50 .03 .03 .10 .25 .2G .22 1.10 2.75 .03 .03 .10 ,23 All persons, firms and corporations Interested In any of said property arc hereby -warned and notified that they arc required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suit, or the same will be lakeii for conferee) mid final judgment will be entered direct- Ing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes or assessments, together with the. payment of interest, penalty, attorney's fee, and cost adjudged ag&lnst each tract. HARVEV MORRIS Clerk of said Court. By Elizabeth Blyllie, D. C. 14-21-38-4

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