The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1938 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1938 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER Junior High Honor Students PUtt IN LIVES OF Notes Effect of Age On Activities, Mentality 0( Mis Charges This Is the last of three stories In which Dr. Allan It. llafoe, the Quintuplets' physician,. dlscusst-* liis five little charges on the event of their fourth birthday. V.V I>n. AU.AN K. IMFOr. |V Physician to Die ntonne |V Quintuplets '^copyright, 1938, by NBA service) Now that Hie Quints are growing I up. a number of changes will take place In their lives. 'Hie start of thflr fifth year Is a turning point. The first of these changes lias already occurred. At Christinas time, they had their first taste of meat. True, they line! teen eating broiled liver two or three times a week since June, 1035, ami bacon every day since January, 1930. But lamb, b«cf, chicken—was not for them until recently. They now receive a meat 'course -broiled, n day meal on every day except Friday, when they eat broiled fish. Al 7:30 a. in., each child receives Mange juice and cod-liver oil. The cod-liver oil dose is repented in the afternoon at 3:30. Encli Quint. Is served eight ounces of milk at each meal, and at dinner and supper every day receives lettuce onrt raw carrots, or lettuce and tomatoes or celery. We use no unnecessary sugar in 'i«V Quints' diet because it does not iiive a good effect on bodily functions. We use a minimum of white flour in the menu, Iodized salt is employed where salt is indicated. O-o-ohl .Ice Cream There is a treat In store for the Quints and It's coming this summer. Up to now the only cold things they ate were little sherbets chilled in the refrigerator. But they will soon eat ice cream for the first j time. Beginning this summer there is another new thing the Quints wilt do, something that should give them many years of pleasure. We are going to provide them with a small plot of ground so that they can have their own garden in which to raise flowers. They will be given little gardening tools n}id seeds and will be encouraged to lay out the garden, plant the seeds ami • careviqr .-.the flowers themselves. • •-•" v The word museum comes from inoiiseton, n Greek niunc given anciently to a temple of the Muses. Ut.rls Muir • • •" (ieurtre lliihlmrcl noi-ls Muir and George llubbfirit received the two honor awards given 'to grniUisiiIng incmbers of the junior high sciiool at the commencement iiragram Thursday iifti-niooii a I the c-lty ttiiclltorlimi. Doris was presented the Knglish award, whiuh j.s given by Mrs. C. O. Ifwl- uian, and George, HIP history luvuid. which is given by the American l-egion post here. NOTH'K OK KIMNtt Al'l'MOA- TION FOR MQUOK I ERMIT Notice Is hereby given Hint the undersigned has Hied with the Commissioner of Revenue of the Slate of Arkansas application for imll to .sell uml <llsiien.se vinous or .spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described us Eiiiicr Hull, South Wiilimt St., Osceola, Ark. Application Is for permit to be issued for o|»r«tlo)j beginning on the llrst iluy of July, 1938, and to expire on the 30th day of June, ID, 1 *!), ns prescribed by Uulletlii dated January 1, 1938, and Supplemental Regulation No, l!l etl'ec- llvo July 10, 1937. El,MEM IIAU,, Applicant. PACiE THREE N'OTLCI-: OF ni,lN(! APPLICATION TDK. UQUOIl I'KltMIT Notice Is hereby given Hnu thii undersigned has lileil with the Commissioner of Revenue of the .State of Arkansas application for permit to sell and dispense vinous or splrltii'.ms liquors for beverage at retail on (he premises described Mnln -stvi'et, I.usoni, will not In- permitted lo have a llv clou, cat, or rabbit for a pet. I love dogs and have had several of them, but such pets have heavy coals- where harmful bacteria can easily lurk. tf this seems very stern. I can report one or two exceptions. The children have made pel.s nut of the birds who make their homes on the hospital grounds. These birds have grown so tame that they will approach the Quints to be fed and played with. Then there Is the little toad who lives in- the garden and comes out on nice days to sun himself. He waits for the Quints on a rock, ami they pick him up, pet him, admire and put him tenderly back on his rock. He seems /to like it, for he comes back every spring. Another Warrant Is Issued For Bailey Continued Irom page 1 shot Campbell in the head. lie said he also slrui'k Sanders. Bailey testified that a few minutes lifter the confusion had died down, he found the gun, which was produced in court, in one corner at the cafe room. State counsel questioned Bailey .sharply about the gun, demanding ... , lo know that if there had been Probably, after this year, the | such a gun. why had it not been Quints will net be shown lo the 1 introduced at the coroner's inquest, public as much as heretofore. We | Bailey said the reason it was not hope to acquire a larger tract of ^lid'in'tlie near future, on which W;jr children will be able to play I Freely i without the restrictions of I fences 'and observation screens. The I public -ill probably be permitted 1 to" watch, but under"different con- I dftions. I Developing Facial Muscles An important change that has [taken place in their health regimen the introduction of "Oral" ex| erclses. These arc short drills in deep breathing month closed. lips pulled down firmlv and nos- [ trils' wide. Such exercises not only train tbs I children in the habit of breathing I through the nose, which is highly introduced was because no one had asked for the gun to he produced. A transcript of the coroner's inquest testimony was introduced to show that mention was made several times of livo e»ns. The State's questioning was conducted by Prosecuting Attorney R. W. Hawkins, ivlm was assisted by the law ruin of Corbett and Peal. Von Mayes and O. E. Hooker are counsel for the defense. Mrs. J. Cecil la\\c, will also play ami Miss Mildred Mtilr will r«ul tile program. Students of Miss Cirear's who are appearing in the recital are: Russell Phillips, jr.. .limmie Lowe, Mary Frances Nmm, Jumes Dates. Shit-Ivy June Barham. Kutherine Hudson, Joan Morris. Carol Chnpin, Ann Ueen, LnNelle Smart. Mary Babcock, Jeniielta Seabaugh, Sara Lou McCutchen, Sue Ramey, Martha Prances Stevens. Marian Tompkins, and Betty Euerdl, DR. ill ELLIS as Elmer Hull Ark. Application Is for permit lo be Issued for operation licglnnlnt; on the first, day of July. 1538, and to expire on idc :iuth diiy of June. 1SH9, us prescribed by bulletin dated January 7. isr.18, and Supplemental lieiiultitloii No. I!) effective July 10, 1937. ELMER HALL. Applicant. OWNKK (U known) Lot niiicl Mitltle Nenl 20 24 Mrs. Minnie Cox 4 25 Ost'iir Morgnn ...* 6 25 3. A. llnynes 8 25 Cl. G. Siiltbii 11 fi. 12 25 Mrs. l.ucy Tliumiftim 1:1 2.1 J. Ni, Hooker 14 25 'l». A .\u-culslon 1ft 25 II. II. * Hetty Ncduroy :i 2<i H. 11. & Hetty Nctlnruy 4 2U Stale n[ Ark N 95' ft Ml Stale ol Ark N O.V (I 2(1) State D[ Ark N US' 7 2ti> Ortnnte Msliw W 10' i! 27 llajvl Miller nnd J. OoldsmNh Co. :| 27 Tom ,v Kylvlu Howard 1:1 27 lllytlK'ville |) to 1, Assn 17 27 J. K Province VJ'JK' 1 & '2 W J. M. Bisk Esl 0 :ii) Ida i; l,ucy Via 7 'Ml W. A. Holjyus 2 3) C. Abrahnin 10 HI J. W. Wllllam.s 11 :n Mrs. Hell Cabin i:j 31 First Nntlunal Hunk.. S'/j 18 ,V 111 SI Oair Alexander 20 SI Joe lluiiibolii.skl 21 .'il Nancy Montgomery n 31 Ncllli- K. Cole Nellli- K. Cole Cierlriulf H. Plsher ... (lerlniili' K. l-'lslicr .. Pollack To Give Peace Memorial Program Address 'Rabbi Temple Herman Pollack, of the Israel, will deliver Die ad- desirable, but also strengthen the] dress at the Peace Heroes Memo- I muscles of the nose and upper lip. (rial Service- to be held Mondnv af- I Strong Hp muscles ksep teeth from tcrnoon at 4:00 o'clock at the Ei- I protruding. wood Cemetery in remembrance of The final major change affect- I ing the girls' future is that their I education is now under the super- heroes and heroines of social construction. He will use "Victory in Pease" as his subject for tills me- of the Ontario Department inoriul service which ts sponsored of Education. I also want to say a by the Ministerial Alliance. fivt words about the personnel at I The dead who will be honored the hospital. The nurses and are: M. a. Goodwin, former chief teachers are well-qualified by train-1 of police, who lost his life while Ing and experience for the work, attempting to enforce law; Harny Calvin, a laborer who lost his life while executing his duty in the construction ot a building; Dr. M. O. Usrey, a physician who exposed flood and (hie epidemic of 1937 and who later died dren will contlnue"to sleep an hour I 1 ™" 1 a lwarl a ' ll " c »t: Mrs. Annie and a half during the afternoon I wllitn «'. mother, who lost her lifi Even if they do not actually sleep I wilile tr >' ln B lo snve they are in bed and quiet, rest- !?™ B b ""'«'.' M™Ing their nerves nnd conserving their strength. The Quints' tonsils and adenoids Alt speak French fluently and all are of the same faith as the Di| onne family and the Quints. Now I want to dwell on n, few j things that will remain the same' l>'"«elf during the I during the coining year. The chll- (Contlnued from Page 1) learning with a world more heavily burdened with debt than it lias ever been. A world that President Roosevelt . has described as having the jitters. "Does tlml make \is a lost generation? As Daniel Boouc !;<iid. "I never was lost, but I was bewildered for three days..' "Bewildered? Of course we are bewildered. A day when uncertainties cloud the minds of men. We arc bewildered. • "I do not come to nffcr advice or a list of Uo's and don'U,' I share with you the fellowship of a common inquiry. 'How to Live will] Other People?' "Thomas Jefferson was a believer in Independence. Su are :ill Americans and we have played fast and loose wth our heritage from Jefferson, misinterpreting it into a laissez-faire policy which demands rights without obligations, we wrong Ihe Jeffersonian ideal of independence v.-hen we ao not include duties with our r.l'.ht.s. lint there are no rights without obligations and they arc ir.rral obligations. i'e newt cihi-:- caunliles lor the raw materials Ibcy give us. although we are prone to boast that we could put n -.vail around the United Slates and live here self-sufficient. But wu nave need of other peoples. . . "But. this pr'iciplc of interdependence is closer than International. It is inter-stale, inter- community, inle.--personal. The point is old. The idea i< not ne\v, but it is always appropriate to stress this depcnd?nre we have en other people. "We cannot run away from our problems. How to solve them. I cannot say. No one knows Hie r,u- swer. Hut the best -,ve could lake with us into this venture Is tnis idea of interdependence." NOT1CK OK ril.INd APPLIUA- T1ON FOK I.1QIIOK I'CKMIi Notice Is hereby given thai the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenue of the State of Arkansas application forj permit lo sell and dispense vinous i or .spirituous liquors for beverage lit retail on the premises described us Elmer Hull, 124 Enst Main street, Blytheville, Ark. Application is for penult to be Issued for operation beginning on the flr.sl day of July, 1938, and lo expire on Ihc 30th day of June, 1939, as prescribed by Bulletin dated January 7, 1936, ami Supplemental Regulation No, 19 effective July 10. 1937. ELMER HALL. Applicant. NOTICE Mil. FORD OWNER:— Are .vou lucky??? Look at your 1D38 Arkansas License Tag — if it's FIRST NUMBKIl is FOUR (t). you receive our "Special Spring Car • Tune-Up", regularly priced at $7.00. for ONLY S2.50, (labor only), SAVINfJ $4.r,0. I.onk and see. what you ge.l: 1. Sand 'blpst: 'clean and. !id-' just spurk plugs. 2. Clean ,anil , adjust distributor, points. 3. Clean carliurftor, .sCillment IJDM! anil gas line. •I. Set liming; tune ami ail jusl motor. fl. Adjust 4, llsiileii fan licit, hose c I amps ami water liinnp. n. Clpan generator armature A set for spring driving. 1. Test ami fill battery— clean am! tighten (mnniali. 8. Clpan headlight reflectors, foriis with Klcctrlc 1 . F.ye. ft. HrmovK and dean thermostats; elieck nil Illler. 10. Clean and flush radiator; clean am! refill air cleaner. 1938 offer expires .lune lo, . . Bring this ad with PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5th & Walnut Phone 810 I arc not troubling them now. and ] until they do bother the children we shall not consider removing them. When they were two, the Quints were toxoicled against diphtheria, last year were vaccinated ygiinst smallpox. We probably shall while trying lo save her child from Jen-el Knight. | Moore, mother who died in cliild- Mrth. The Boy Scouts under the supervision of the Rev. S. H. Salmon, pastor of (he First Presbyterian church. Mill be stationed to dii-ect people to the place of the service. The Hov. H, Lynn Wade, pastor of the First Methodist church nnd president of Hie Ministerial Alliance, will be in charge of (be pro- Brain fov which appropriate music "Cy" Perkins Moved noi vaccinate now against measles I wil1 1)e arranged by Arthur Nelson. or scarlet fever. Since the children ore isolated from other youngsters, the dangers ol aVvelopln;: either Infection is at a minimum. ABC's Next It may be that as Ihelr education progresses there will be more Indoor play, especially of an educational nature. Perhaps the Quints will even learn their ABC's Oils year.' But we shall continue to lay stress on outdoor activity. Tlie Quints will continue to wear the specially fitted shoes they have worn since they were I year old. A fool specialist examines and measures their feet every two months and builds new shoes whenever necessary. During the coming year, the /only other children allowed In the I hospital will be the other Dlonne ' Voiingsters, who rave always come 111 whenever they liked. The Quints Fallowing the invocation by (he Rev. J. J. Thompson, pastor ol the Church ol the immaculate Conception, the Rev. George W. Patter• son. pastor of the First Christian church, will read from the scriptures. The Girl Scouts let! by Miss ll/Ct; Nelson, commissoncr of the local Girl Scout Council, will decorate, the graves after the charge has been given by .the Rev. Eupha D. Beasley, .pastor of the firsl Church of the Nararene. Benediction will be olfered by thq Rev. P. II. Jernigan, pastor of the .Second Baptist church. are still too young outside children. to play with I reirret to say that during Hie To Present Pupils In Piano Recital Miss Kathryn Grear will present 17 piano students In a recital at the First Methodist church at 8:00 o'clock Monday night when Dixie Jean Myers, of Holland, pupil of lo Brondvvav & 2,'inl si. WEST MEtWHIS We (hank all our old customers for past patronage respectfully invile you lo our new location. Same I—BKTTBK .service. I'lcnfy of Parking Space. "Cy" nnd fowl TAX Alty. I9M 19.17 Peii'Iy T'fal F« 1.25 1.25 .25 2.75 .25 .75 .08 .83 .08 .1(1 1.70 .10 BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS, Sewer Improvement District Number One of the City of Blytlieville, Arkansas, Plalntlft vs. No. C573 Delinquent Lands, Lots. Blocks, or Parcels of land, and Railroad Tracks nnd Right-of-way, in said District. Defendants. All persons, firms, or corporations having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands, lots, blocks, or parcels of land, railroad trucks and right-of-way, arc hereby notified and warned that suit is pending in the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Clilcka- sawba District. Arkansas, to enforce the collctcion of certain 1938 and 1937 taxes, or assessments, on the sub-joined list of lauds, each supposed owner having been set opposite his or her or Us land, togetlirr with the amounts'severally due from each, to-wit: TAX Ally. OWNER (if known) i/jt Block 1936 1937 Fcn'ty T'tal fee niylhe Addition ..E'.i 1 20 $5.00 $5.00 $1.00 $11.00 $1,00 .W'.i 1 20 3.75 3.75 .75 8.25 .75 8 20 1000 1.00 11.00 100 20 10.00 1,00 11.00 1.00 24 1.25 1.25 .25 2.75 25 24 1.00 .10 1.10 .10 24 1.00. 1XW .20 2,20 .20 24 1.00 1,00 .20 2.20 .20 2-1 JJO ,50 .10 1.10 .10 24 ,60 .05 .55 .OS 24 1.00 1.00 .20 2.20 .M .80 .80 2.M 2.50 1.00 1.00 MM) 1.011 I l«l inn ion 1,1)0 1.00 .'to .:io 1,211 I 21) 1 II) 1.10 . .. .m . .. Mil . ., .'/.') . ,. ,50 1,511 l.ftO ... An .08 .CO .15 .10 ,0:i ,08 fi.fiO .60 1.115 .lf> 1.10 .11) .21) 2.20 20 2,20 .20 l« .2-1 .aa .15 .12 .08 .1)1! .«!) .M .1)11 .05 ,:to .01 .0(1 2.20 .(III 2.IH 2,42 1.05 ' .83 .aa ,6'i .55 .44 Nell E. Cole Sam G. Sallba y/''i 1 Really Pur. Corp '", 8 Realty Pur. Corp 9 T. E. 'Hayjies 4 Myrtle May Halslead "•"' fi Mrs. Matlie Nea! "12 H. M. & H. B. Nednroy ..'.. 13 W. J, Rodgcrs E',j IS Mrs. C. L. Boydston \\f{t, 15 II. B. A It. M. Nedaroy ," ig 22 .. K','.. 1 ...... n Wb' 1(1 10-12' 20 - ,- l: ».!»'. <•'». C. A. Wood i; IHytlic Tlilril F.. K. Driver l-.'sl 1 lilylhe'i'iHjilli Helen Abrahnin i C. A. U-e & Jiniic.s While w :i-!i :i H. it. Tcilslcy A W. R C<ll)b N 11)11' II KolXTl. Snnill .1 IfcllllT A*' Cl. C!. Salllm •) O. J. Waller r, V. K. Snyclw liirl Snyder J. C. A Carmen Ixiwo ... P, M. lii'nnc'll 10 Paul Hi yeans i ,v. 2 Louis & O|wl Hoiij;hi'i- 7 Ernest flalclirf '. 8 C. K. Goldsmith u & 10 Mrs. a. D. Mi'U'ixl 1, 2 A II Mrs. II .D. Mclx-od Ij & 7 AmiUHln Gobcl Ai Mrs. II. D. McU-od 8, j) ,t |0 Tlu-fslu Itombolnskl 0 L. W. Qosnell lisl K\i. i Menu Uoyd 1*2 Altn I'i'url JoriUm 1 Amanda Golile ;i C. 1., llurbur •) J. L, to O. U Ilnwley .... fi fc i; R. C. it Lucy Doxlcr 1 M. 11. Peiuleriiniss , . , 2 C. T. & Alice Wicker .... 8 to 4 T. V. liouglier fi to (I J. L. Lane 5 & (I Floyd Simpson 1 to 2 a:i . .. I .(XI 'fi .75 ,1fi :is .7ft .n 83 7,00 7,00 i'h si Addition '.I 1.1)0 l.llll AdilUlon as .fifl .r.D Addition 1 1 I . . 'J .75 ,'lfi lion .on jia i.iiii . .. - ... i.oo . .. 2.2f> - . .. 2.2!> .10 1.1(1 .15 I ,<ifi -Ifi 1,05 i.40 iri.ii) ,20 220 M ,OB M .no .H .OH .05 .30 .0-1 M .26 .10 .15 .15 1.40 .35 .0(1 ,20 :i,U5 .0(1 2,20 .If) .1115 .13 .10 ,10 ,23 i. ait i. in 1.10 2,411 2.411 .2:1 .41) .•10 .40 .1)4 .on .11 .or> .10 .23 8.110 ll.liO 1.72 .85 .!>f> , .. .50 1.0(1 . . . 1.10 1.10 D. A. Morris 7 Xi H J. D. liookci- .............. 1 & 2 C. J. Kvrard Albert E. Freeman ... Slenibcrg Cotton Co. E. !•:. Driver Heirs ... E, E. Driver Heirs ... E. E. Driver Heirs ... W. I. Wheat liilby Holt 5 .t I! 7 H 1 2 :t 2 ..... 4 Chicago Mill il.br. Co. first Addition Kt'.suhtlivislon iif Inits 1 £ : ^, nlnrk "A" Aaron Roscnthal N14 4 A I .SO 1.50 .30 J. G. & C'li-rlfiiile'Barnes ....W'.i 3 B ... 2.00 .20 Chicago Allll & l.hr. Co. 2nd AiUlilloii 4 4 7 II (I n o in 10 10 it 12 13 13 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 HI 16 2.110 '-'.iiO 1.2(1 1,20 .60 .50 1.05 . .. .1)11 .110 .(id .(id .111 ,70 ... 1 ,05 I.IO 1.10 50 ... .HO 1.10 1.10- .SI) .50 .115 .115 '.24 .10 .17 .12 .13 .14 .n .mi .011 .20 .22 .1)5 .OB .22 .10 .1!) .50 .BO .fit) '.75 .2(1 .50 ,5() .50 .lift .75 .02 .10 .10 .1(1 .tlfl .15 .44 ,S)1 1.21 .60 1.10 2.42 S.72 2.(i4 1.10 1.82 1.82 .132 1.54 1.82 .(id ,H4 2.11) 2.42, .55 .fl8 2.42 1.10 2.011 .22 1.10 1.10 1.10 .CD I,(15 ,52 .24 ,10 .17 .12 ,1'J .14 ,l'l .0(1 .08 .21 .22 .or .08 .11 .in M .02 .10 .10 .11 .(K .If .'i.ao .a :!.2I) .2 U. W. to Mnm'inc Muillns a Mrs. A. G. Wlckhnm to Bess Hall 3 Mrs. Gladys .Field (i Ci. B. Keck W!i 8 A All I) A. G. Hall EVi 11 ft All 12 C. A. Cunningham 1'i J, M. Anderson n Mary Phillips floblnson 12 Llliian Roscnlba) 1 to 2 Wright Bros 4 Joe Wadily .' r. J. R WliilworlJi 7 J. H. Fisher 1 to 3 J. A. Webb fl & fi !?. M. Prince 3 & E!0 4 Laura McC'liiilnck .. W'.i- 4 to AN fi I 2 2 'J . Aililllliin 8 . il . .0.1 i.no 1.75 .fill .1)3 1.60 l.fifl 0 II !) 11 12 H 14 A. T. Cloar Mrs. A. G. Wickham & Hess Davis I'lrsf Adi!KillII 12 5 . ... 2.00 ... .75 . . . 2.00 1.75 1.75 ... no 1.75 1.75 3.01) 3.00 3.75 8.75 . .. 2.50 .£10 .15 .18 m .10 .32 .02 .20 .08 .20 .35 .14 .35 .5(1 .75 .25 .in 1.85 1.93 .11!) 1.91) 3.62 .17 2.20 .B3 .0 2.20 .2 :m .a 1.52 ,1.8ft (i.OO 8,25 2.75 1.98 . 14,00 1.40 15.40 1.4 Hall Jessie P. Driver Jessie P. Driver O. Slionyo S. Joseph Moses HUuiaii J. \V. Atkins J. W. Alkius T. J. Mnlian Mrs. Anna Hell N. Johns Fan-Is Simon Mrs. Odcite Prccinan T. J. Malinu 3 fi 4 10 17 2 11 4 3 4 ... 2,50 ... 1,00 ... 1.00 .i.flo 3.00 .50 2.25 Davis Second AiMlllon .K .10 .10 .CO .05 .23 7.50 7.5(1 1.50 7.50 7.50 1.50 B'.i 3 5 & 0 .25 2.50 1.50 1,50 1.50 .00 1.50 Davis Tliiril A.idilltm Eld C & 7 .... 8 & fl 12 & ESI 13 Mattle June Bishop Ada c. Robinson ... Shadad Sallba Elvd Poe U. S. Blankcnshlp 2 U. S. Blankenshli) W'/. « II. H. Storlc E'/j 3 ft 4 W. B. Crews N 1-3 13 & H J. M. Anderson Estate 1 * 2 Mose sllman 3 Equitable B & I,. Assn. L, F.. of 7 Mississippi Co. n & L f) W. R. Adams 11 &: 12 Ella B. Swift 10 A: 11 Sunshine Swift 12 C. S. Corey 13 J. J. Williamson 17 Lillle B. Sisk 4 J. C. Clcmmons Bit 5 & 0 J. C. Clemmons Est 7 & 8 W. O. Damon Est. 9 Tom Little 1 Tom Little 2 J. W. Alley 4 & 5 C. R. Moblcy ft & 0 Mrs. Mamie Cox 8 J. L. Guard \V!!i 7 All 6 N. S. Sallba 2 N. S. Salta 3 Dougaii Addition American Blclg. >t Loan 3 1 1.25 ... Moses SJiiiliin 5 t ... 1.25 Hale Subdivision P. H. Ac I on B 2.50 250 Hcarn First Addition A. O. Hudson 1 & 2 1 .59 ... Mrs. Quiuoy Alexander 3 1 .20 20 N. P. Knight 8 1 ... 1.25 Henry Singery 0 1 ... 25 Nettle Cll«n Manatt WV.- 2 & All 3 2 ... 1.50 Mrs. Lucia Olllen 4 & 5 3 1.75 1.75 H. S. Hearn G 2 2.00 2.00 Cora. Siillon 7 & Z 2 2 SO . .. Tom Little , r > 3 ... 180 Tom Llltle 0 3 ... 1.60 H. S. He»rn 7 & W33' B 3 ... 1,13 1 2 2 2 3) 3) 3 3 4 •I 4 4 4 5 ft 5 5 G G 0 fi 7 7 7 8 8 0 10 10 . .. 1.00 ... 1.75 . .. .(« 1,50 1.50 ... 1.50 . .. 1.50 1.2S 1.2. r i . .. . .. 1.50 . .. 1.25 . .. 1.40 ... 1.50 1.90 1.00 100 100 1,25 l.'ii 1.25 . .. . .. .75 . .. 2.10 .lf> ,7,"> M ... .30 2.75 2,75 2.00 2.00 . .. 2.00 . .. 1,50 .50 ... 1.25 ... .03 .30 .15 .18 .15 .10 .18 ,08 ,3(1 .15 .15 .13 .13 .15 .13 ,H .15 .38 .20 .25 .13 .08 .08 .21 .15 .03 .03 .55 .40 .20 .15 .05 .13 ,13 .13 Lot a OWNER (if known) Mitmla E. Dower it Pearl Hudson E2V Mllinlc R, llower As Penrl 1 Hudson W3.T 8 3) l.flfl llf.irn Srnmil Addition Oroi'iji! M. l/>e 4 ' A 11. ». A Itajiion Mel Ax) 5 1 '.75 Myrllc I mislead 4 2 .2ft TA& Atty Block me 1837 Pfn'ty T'tal Fee .10 1.10 .10 1.25 .75 .25 .13 .05 V. S. llnggett C. W. Crnwfunl ., C. J, liviard L. W. Closiii'll F.st, L. W, Clusiicll Esl, I,. W. Oosui'll Kst. lj. W. (losnell Kst. 11. W, (lusni'll Kst. ti. W. Oosuell Ksl, t.'miMy Survey Irrrxular 1.01* SK'/i, 8-15-11 100'XISO 1 2 212'xlSir a . lOU'xIBO' 5 .. VO'xW 8 .. 60'X150' 7 1.25 .75 .40 1.25 .75 .40 .50 .50 .50 UO'xI.W 9 M'xIfiO' 10 ... 50 40'xl!>0' II ... SO Unplatted In Sfj SW SW S-l.l-ll 11. W. Ciosnell Estiiic E. of I'fi.fi K. RK SW SW SW 9-15-11 2.00 200 1,. W. Clnsncll Kstnlu W. of i'.n..ii K uit s'.i sw sw 9-15-n ... r,o I'littted Lots In SK'/» 9-15-11 I. II. ChlUvmxl 19 .., jog Im-iuliir I'lalldl I.ols SW 10-1S-11 .SJiavci-Fosler filn Co ft fc 7 ... 0.25 .25 .15 .08 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05 1.38 1.65 .55, 2.75 1.05 .88 .55 .55 .55 .55 .55 .55 .13 .15 .05 .25 -.15 .08 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05 .05 ,40 4.40 .40 .05 .55 .0.0 Irrrgular I'laltcil Lots In SK SW 10-15-11 S.50 .60 ,83 (1.88 .OS O. Silionyo 25 1.25 Irregular l.o( s w!i 15-id-ll .S(. Ixilils-.Sau Krnnclsco Hit 4 ... 100 Irn-KUhr '.<>t In SK SW 10-15-11 N. if H-2 nan l.ols 2.75 1,10 .1 1.10 .1 .55 .( 2.48 .2 16.50 1.5 hi ,50 l.f .28 .0 2.75 3,30 I.B5 1.98 1.65 1.10 1.93 1.03 .0 3.30 I.C5 1.G5 1.48 1.48 1.G5 1.38 1.54 1.65 4.18 .38 2.20 .20 2.75 .25 1.48 .13 .83 .03 .83 .08 2.31 .21 1.65 .15 .33 .03 .33 .03 C.05 .55 4.40 .40 2.20 . 20 1.65 .15 .50 .05 1.38 .13 138 .13 1.38 .13 II. 11. AHklns |ft MUI-.W & Klrxlmcr j(l McU'ixl n llesslc A. iJiymon ill I'lilllliM IVIioli'imi C'». WIOO' K'.i N'i 20 Phlllliw Pi'lruliMiiu Cli. W'.-j N 1 ,'. 20 K. W. Sc-oll 22 Cl. Cl. llubburd 23 il. W. Scotl 24 Cl. W. McCliiiiahini 2f> Mcl/'iKl and Son 20 1.25 l.2fi , NW 1G-I5-1I .40 .40 .30 ]30 . .. .50 .25 2.75 .25 4.40 .40 .25 2.75 .25 ,50 5.50 .50 .05 .04 .13 .03 .15 .35 .40 .25 .15 .15 .12 .65 .05 .44, .04 1.38 .13 .28 .03 1.65 .15 3.85 35 4.40 .40 2.75 .25 1.65 .15 1.C5 .16 1.25 .13 .fifl ,50 ,110 ,50 .50 1.25 1,25 ,50 .50 .CO .50 tfiiplalU'd I'urt NK Cor. NK SK 1U-15-1I C. II. WIlLslli; 140' off K. side of HK 1 ; ol NK'.i ol SK 17-15-11 .lumrs AUilltliiM .08 .03 ,011 .05 .13 .13 .10 .10 .12 .05 .10 .33 .55 1.38 1.38 I.IO 1.10 1.32 .55 1.10 .08 .03 .00 .OS ,13 .13 .10 .10 .12.05 .10 u.oo .no n.rm ,eo Walter Waddy C. Alii uhiiin Ue.ssle Klernbci' Harry AlkhiK C. Abrulmin ... 1 ... 10 w 1 .'.. a 7 10 A A I) li 11 C C V C J. W. Under 2 .S. C. Alexunder S100' 0 S. C. Alford N 1-8 II & N 1-3 7 Kciilltulile 11. & L. Assn S100' 7 .lolly Addition •I. W. Maloney i ,ij 2 II K Johnston 4 Junes Addition Flu.Vili) Cloodrlch 1 to 2 1 1, M & Zi'lln C'hii|)|K'll K'/j 0 \V40' 10 2. Less Subdlvlslim Helen Abraham 3 llrlt'n Abraham Helen Abraham A. C!. Shlhluy il Marsh A ( li|l|l im l.DO .30 .50 l.Ofl 2.25 1.2.1 .75 1.50 1.00 .50 1,00 .00 .1)0 1,00 i no 2.75 .25 .08 .30 .03 .10 .10 .10 .00 .09 .20 .15 Kuox Craig C. 1-H 3 Hi 4 Mrs. L. O. Brown Mrs. L. O, Blown T. M. Herringioh .. Huhy Miller I,. M, Uurnette Myrtle Cl. Marl in , fi. C. Mooru Mrs. I'. E. Hawkins 5 .110 .•10 .75 .70 1.50 1.00 .no .00 1.00 .75 10 ,t; W14 II 1 2 4 Miller & (Ufrnlrc Addition Jtilltt Kochtlt/.ky 15 i C. J. Evrard '... S50' 1 & a a j fif) Morris Aaaillon Hay Warllilngton rf40' II c II. A. Li'nch N'.i 15 O Original Survey American Illtlg. A: L. Assn W12' of SIS' 7 W125' a WI25' 0 Ocorgc Cross 20 Joe Crali; 21 4 22 Mis. L. E. McPall 28 A; 20 Mrs. W. A. Clrlmmell. 30 As 31 II. A. Llvlnuslon ....32 <fc B'a 33 Ilnlc Enlnlv .19 Fred t?. Fowler 4D Equitable U to L As.su 61) B, J. & Lulu S|X'iiccr Jil Mrs. Eslelle Slcwart 87 O. II. nnd Onil drear 70 A 71 Cynthia Ogle 65 J. T. AHord 87 J. '('. Alford 88 ,1. T. Alford B9 1 '-,! i „ Cla. State Hav. Assu 81 .00 .00 .40 '.70 1.50 1.00 1.00 .60 .(iO 1.01) 1.00 1.75 1.00 .75 .00 ,08 .06 ' .00 .08 .08 .14 .30 .10 .20 .12 .12 .20 .18 .15 .20 .15 8.75 .33 1.10 1.10 1.10 .66 .99 2.20 1.65 3.03 2.48 .68 • .80 .83 1.S4 3.30 1.10 2.20 1.32 1.32 2.20 1.93 1.65 2.20 I.C5 .25 .08 .30 .03 .10 .10 .10 .00 .09 .20 .15 .28 .23 .06 .00 .08 .0(1 '-.OH .08 .14 .30 .10 .20 .12 .12. .20 .18 .15 .20 . .. 8.75 .75 .75 1.75 1.70 .SO .(10 . .. 2.50 1.40 . .. 5.00 . .-. .7IJ John Priola 0. ami Anna Sliouyo . Lillle A. McLeod Unknown Lnvcrnt; Pi tola Tom A. Little Heirs of Salllc Adams Tom Secoy C. N. Nenl Estate .... J. W. Bishop P. C. Oothrock .... A. U. Dowlnnd .... Edna Earl Mnrtiu Hlanchc F. Brooks . Lee Musgravc S. II, Hall O. W. Davis John u Mrlvln ... Park Addition 3 i 4 G 7 & 8 13 II ft 12 1 2 2 S 1-3 8 to a N 1-3 8 to 9 14 fi 1 .75 .75 i.oo 1.75 1.00 1.00 .85 1.00 .80 .90 .75 1.00 .75 .75 1.00 1.7ft 1.00 1.00 .85 1.00 .80 .80 .90 1.75 1.75 ... 1.25 2.25 . .. 2.00 1.25 12 NIOG' I S 65' 2 4 2.00 1.25 1.20 1.20 1.00 : .. 1.00 ... .70 .70 1,00 1.00 1.00 .CO Mrs. p. M. Camiibell 5 •Edith Johnson N60' G &7 .50 8 .GO 1.00 .60 .75 .50 .50 .50 .60 3.50 1.00 .50 1.75 lltdunl Addition Jake & Minnie Huffman 1 B Loyd Stlckmaii fi u ... Lloyd Stlckman W!i 7 B . .. Ida Mlnyard 0 E 1.75 J. N. Gcsell 1 E 1.50 1.50 K. J. Browne 8 E ... 1,50 Kobiuscn Addition (Clyde Robinson) Ernest Hnssell II i i.oo ... Ernest Hassell 12 i 1.25 ... S. Joseph 8 2 1.00 1,00 S. Joseph 9 2 3.00 3.00 S. Joseph 10 2 100 1.00 T. M. Smith Addition Molly, Harold & ilelen Stcrnberj* 1 ... .25 Molly. Harold to Helen Sternbcrg 2 ... .80 Molly, Harold to Helen Sternberg 3 ... 1.50 Suclbury Addition Mrs. J. S. Dlllnlnuity 5 to Eli fi 1 1.50 . .. W. V. Womack 8 1 ... 2.00 II. L. Chambers 9 t i.rt 2.00 TIllnian'9 Addition Cecil Shane to J. L. Cherry 4 H'estralc Addition Mrs. S. S. Slenibcrg 1 A ... .23 Mrs. S. S. Steruberj 2 A ... .20 Mrs. S. S. Stembcrg 3 A ... 1,00 Eslelle Vollmer 7 A ... 2.50 .88 .15 .25 .12 .25 .14 .50 .15 .10 .15 .15 .20 .35 .20 .20 .17 .20 .18 .16 .18 .35 .13 .23 .40 .25 .24 .10 .10 .14 .20 .20 .12 .15 .05 .10 .05 .12 .35 .10 .05 .35 .30 .15 .10 .13 .20 .60 .20 .03 .03 .15 .15 .20 .40 0.03 1.65 3.85 1.32. 2.75 I.fi4 5.60 1.65 1.10 1.65 1.65 2.20 -3.85 2.20 2.20 1,87 2.20 1.76 1.7S 1.98 3.85 1.38 2.48 4.40 2.75 2,64 1.10 1.10 1.54 2.20 2.20 1.32 1.65 .55 1.10 .55 1.32 3.85 1.10 .55 3.85 3.30 1.65 1.10 1.38 2.20 6.60 2.20 .88 1.65 1.65 2.20 4.40 .16 .35 .12 .25 .14 ,(!0 .15 ,10 .15 .15 .20 .35 .20 .20 .17 .20 .IB .16 .18 .35 .13 .23 .40 .25 .24 .10 .10 .14 .20 .20 .12 .15 .05 -.10 .05 .12 .35 .10 .05 .35 .30 .15 .10 .13 .20 .60 .20 .03 .03 .15 .15 .20 .40 1.00 .10 1.10 .10 .03 .02 .10 .25 .26 .22 1.10 2.75 .03 .02 .10 .25 All persons, firms and corporations Interested In any of said property are hereby warned and notified that they are required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suit, or the same will be taken for confessed and 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 agaln.it each tract. • HARVEY MORRIS Cltrk of said Court. By Elizabeth Blylhe, D. O. U-ai-28-4

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