The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 17, 1934 · Page 3
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Valley Ir, Laboratory fn Nalinnnl Plnrming; Results Air- This is llir- Ir.il of <k aflirlrs in siial i-rr«-l.ifnl nnnwe-ll will ^e tthfTi lie \ I<IU Ih : Vallry, No, I .'filial.phnnlnt 1 /tv-i ti( [he NVw nv .iniiN T. Wrlllfn f.ir !S!I;A KNOXVJILB. TCHII., . j You don't have to be n dreamer to visualize what Die Tcnnsssco Valley Authority, given the liin:- and the money, v.'ill do for ilio Teiiuessfr Valley. The program of "national planning lor a coinplpl.fi watershed" or. outlined by president Howrivelt is rtr-llniioly under way. Whether Die whole program v.'ill he carried «ji depends .the |ifO- ple of tho valley believe, on what Die voiere of ^ic country do in the presidential election of -103fi. For the program can't be completed during the remaining two years of Mr. Roosevelt's present term, and will have to carry over into the next administration. If carried out, (his f s w jiat the j TVA program will do for tlu> Tt'imeffiee Valley: Bring cheap electricity lo tlis whole valley. Now 9:i per cent ol Ihe farm homes have no elerjlnc- it.v. Tlin presence of (he TVA wllJi iL5 i»wer yardsticks has already resulted in rate culs by private companies of around 20 pr-r cent, but TVA rates are still 30 to -10 I'^r cenl lower than 1)1:11. SWEEPIN'fi CMANfiKS F.OOM j Bring new iniiiLstrfes lo the valley, especially chemical and meUd- lurglcal plants, which by reason of rheap r-|p.etrl(! power will | ; <- abl, lo utilize low grade ore.-; fonml In the valley. Mfite ihe 'rpntipsr.ee River navl- «ablp thn full OfiH mile.--, of ii.< iejjgth. resiiltlne ill clir-ap v/.'ilr-i ttstrs F™rp?W*& \^^^.:-.^,\ • ; v'\ L—r- /-- ^T-^^LA.?^^- ^M? A V™™'"'~C2..2'4i±ift.' ">".. \ v • ' : £&. Key point.'; In the mammoth Tennessee valley project of tin; New Deal are shown in the miij> above. At left is a view of Wilson clam, present source of TVA power, which will be the main unit in the power production program. H. was built by the government (luring the World War nt n cost of $-17,000,000 to provide power for nitride plants. 10 Pill an floods. Hi-habilitate millions of acrc.s of rim-down land by .stopping .sol] erosion, putting a pan of the land in forest, and the rest In .crops that will restore the wash- 1 «l-away humus and top soil. I-and-destroylng cotton will be replaced by livestock and lanii- building crops. Pill ..the. valley with co-opsrn- tives .of all sorts, beneficial rillke to consumer and producer but hard on the middle man. Generally, increase the incorn- of the people of the valley, bring most of them conveniences they never had before, and make livino in the Tennessee Valley pleasanter. COST UNKNOWN Naturally |), c question arises what will It all cost and how will it pay oin,? u is „ mie . 5llon , hl)( cannot now be answered. Chairman A. E. Morgan, pressed lor an answer by a persistent congressman at a hearing before House committee last spring said the dams anil distribution Jlura mi?ht cosl around SMO.COO- "00, and that (he diMHbuilon systems might pay m( t in ^ years. But he Insislpd n was only an eslimaie. Army engineers, m their In si report—wlilrli preceded en-ilimi of Ihe TVA-osllmatert II would cost a billion dollars to bnllil a jl (he dniiiK iieres.<;:iry for f\c<-,(l ron- irol. navlgntlnn anil piodni-tlon i,f (he mn.vimimi amount of power The lolal cost naturally ilppen'ils on hoiv many (Ia(ns ,, ]( , n , A builds, and the TVA has im way of knowing now ho«' murh more • money ii W il| be given. 'i'o date tliere have been two appropriations, tolaling $98,000,000 It .has two (bins under way 'i tniru' about ready to start. ' , ; jlf- the river is fully developed. '<-. '-'.'ill yield about a million horsepower of prime or ycar-arouuri Jjower nnd about a similar amount ot clump or secondary power for ,, 1 rf? SC ' lt thCrc ls "° "i"^'' lor such a v»« amount of power. is un- homi .. Wne P A Robinson .1 B WalkeV 1 fi Walker J B «'aJfa'r 7 11 Wnlkor Joe II'A Smllh U SEffl 01 DOCKET New Madrid Bond Thcfl Case Also Scheduled for Trial This Month. The CARU11IPRSVIIXF. Mo N'«.i(ml)pi lei mnr ennui couit «ih luclio lohn P Duncan pre- '''"iri(, vill uiiuene lion Mondas. No\emli(i 19 ihi tiiniluil docket is .>ome- whul Miinller for ( | |L , lem , Ulft]1 U-uil limp brliif, („,),, » 7 , aw , 11 '"i vun „, ,, m ,, k ; c , ri , ra ij; thasf! of l^m,-)- |jv)s- J;ill Monroe I.eek. .Mm siiwlng's, Uiorlp!, Ciordon, Walk-r Tull, Frank Ceori;e j,- n nd II. c. < ele) Coon, Ti,e trial of A H ^fim,' (Imitcil with cmU/zle- menl in connection with Ihe al- ihpfi of $51.000 of drahvige i from New Madrid county i Ihe doipel YOUIIJ.S tiial is the method being througli- out ihe country. But dams, especially thnse built of stone, are costly and Ink? a lot. of lime 10 build. . TVA "soil erosion experts- havcL, experimented wiih different /incth-1 , ods until now they have/found! „"' the best ami least expensive way. ' ' H consists of plowing In all biil , , y (Hn fVlflfn niilln n« ^ i.:li_;,i_ .. ..:. I J'"'V New York Cotton |pj atis To Enroll : NEW YORK, Nov. 17. (UP:—i Cotton closed fairly sleady. the main rjully on a hillside until they are level, seeding jrass. then coveting them with i ihcm wiin ly iOct. ojxjn 1229 1'235 1242 123!) 12.1:1 1208 high 12:il 1235 1244 1241 12.17 1208 to keep the rain oat the seeds anrt siraw: matting from washing the new fills. The main Kiiliy ans for ihe entire hillside, and dams are built in to check the How of the water, thereby pri'ventiuc deepening of the gully. SOIL KAVINP. HHVKI.ATION This method lias b."en in us/, or Ihe lost six monihs and seems In U 1 a .-.iiccr-ss. It war, a iev?la- iion 10 forc-slei-s and ronserva- llnnlst.s who ulteniled n jnei>tln> '>' Ihe Aim-.ricnn Fores!ry Assoeln- tioii h,--!,- recently ami 'thr-y pr,- lii-l«l HA- us,- would s|>r,-tnl rtver 'hi; whole i-oun-rv. closed steady at changed. lov.- fl>28 1232 1238 1230 1231 1202 1255. close 1228 1232 1238 1230 1233 1205 till- Students In New BlyJhcvillc Band New Orleans Cotton . NDAV ORIiEANS. Nov. 17. I UP) —The cotluii m.-irk-ct today mis featured by liqiildtaion in Decem- i-iidsr.s (rnnsferred Irom I that month to I: Prices imohanfifd down. tator iKJ.?itions. Dam workers for 1*01131 l'.li>. 111. ne of (lie reasons for bu!lclin« the town of Norri ; was to evpor ° r houses could be' heated by "eL tricily at a cost. J o «- enough for tnc average income of • worker. What (his might ( | 0 to tii e ready groggy coal indnstrv other mailer. Nor b; there any way of know"3 now how (ho project will pay mi. Revenue from power Is fair>y tangible, tut how can you ng- m-e the retuni from reforestation i»rt .soil erosion prei-cnlioii? Land reclamation is part of a ,. i ?,' onnl Program of ptaniied econ- y au,i (, nnnot lx , )n|l on , x cns!i ' Tllc sa of thc TVA n |,, at (hc ' laUlve town of Norrls. Morris offers an r-xperimeni in ow-i-osi housing. About half the "I Noni.s arc of this typo They arc built of blocks made of cinders and cement. The federal government rigiu now Ls spending millions of dollars on lioiis- ng and the experiment at Norns is comparatively small The fertilizer program is an experiment which, if successful, will pay out handsomely to farmers „,"•., n _ 0t J,V"' e Government. MUCH (V work is like that ARE TKA1NEI> ' Oilier part., of t , lt , TVA p-am can )» measured sill] Ira n dollars and cents. For Instance the training and recreation i>ro- grnm for ihe workers of Norri- Dam is given free, with no thouMu! of a direct return. Bui It is making loaders and I?'"! ??**? n . f » '"^ eroup The train. nei-. .. . .1.111 M.iy' '.'.'.'.'. i .f.ilv I Oct. .,.,. I Spots e)n,wil high 1211 12411 r.'r, The Hlythcville school band is now in process, of organlMlion tviUi R. L. ivforris, former Instructor ni the Sudbury ward school, ns bandmaster and organ- of senior ...„.., _,, the grade schools cxirecled to coinjwise '•HID mem-1—"•""' ">uH*5rn .NIC • sliiyinp, or v,«,, " , ^'ettiiizallon. which r lllu S( » n after Tic-was taken'into iponsors hope will i, e one of the' ^Mody. lie suld-he was !vi-''-' •- . carge with the slaying of John Jones ey McCarty community resr- who was shot' ami instantly elderly itait. when iie entered the South I'-nd Garage on South Ward. f.'uiKy P lra Expected Elmer Driskill, confessed slay. probably 8. T, n. A. T'cii ' Banl;ei-s Mnrlfago : SE SR c° KVt RR I^r Wilson ,Ss Ci) NP NR !/•<• wiison ,t co rav r)f: 13-^-11 Ue wiiMh * co SK UK n-ir.-n I/ 1 !- Wllsan & Co aw NK i R Vnt) Prl I)R !fW fl K Vull Pi I SK IIVV S f! Vail Prl s\V NFJ .1 B Walker i.ol i up. .1 ii Walker Ks IiOl IfiOK ant) mv i/oi a NB l*i- Coppcdge Clin lot 100 x 300 fl\v COT 1*1 3 ME 40 40 40 •10 40 n :n n .- 11 ..... Ut 1 tip Lot 8 UK IXll. 0 NK If.-lflri) IX)I 10 UK lfj.lf.-ll Ifll II NR l^-l',.11 l/il 12 NK lal, a NF. IM M NK I'l.M 18.39 7,81 14. '^1 S.ti y.ll I.fW .5S .11 is-n in.n n 44 15-H-ll 6.S5 Ix/l 1 IB-IB-II I,ii -- A Smllh While A, WilllmiiK KM A Nil- SB 23-li-li While & Williams SK flK ia-lfi-11 While ,t Wililnms SW SK 2M6-1I Hnrry Tnylor N 1 '. N ^3 A' NW NW " aj.15-11 Mrs Kriicxl IMylor BV, H S:i A NW NW 23-15-11 MU.WIIH Slntfl i.Ke m r , Co i, a. :i, 4 fj r. 23-ir,-ii Myrlln DoiirJniid UK NK 2-l-lii-ti l/'e Wilson fe oo Nf: S|.| "l-lS-lii l/'e Wilson ,fe Co NW SB 7-10-i'j l«e Wilson & Co KH st; 7-15-12 l.-e Wilson .^i Co SW SK . 7-15-ja Wilson fi Co NK RW 7-15-12 Ue Wilson fi Co SE SW 7-15-12 '.'e Wilson >t Co Frl all W'i SW 7-16-12 l/:c Wlkon & Co NE SW 8-10-12 Wilson & Co NW SW B-15-12 Ife Wll.wii & Co SK SW B-16-li If.R Wilson A: Co RW SW 8-15-p W Leonard Smith N'.i NW NW 17-1S-12 O U, I'eery S!i NW NW 17-15-13 (5 !i 1'ecry SW NW 17-15-12 Ue Wilson & Co NE SW 17-15-12 (f.c Wilson &>co NW RW 17-1B-12 Wilson fc Cn SR SW n-15-i'i l/!i? Wilson & Co sw SW 17-15-12 Iff. Wilson & Co NK NK 20-I!)-I3 Wilson &. Co NW NK 20-15-12 I.cc Wilson As Co SB NB" 20-IB-12 >B Wikoi) <b Co .SW i<fK 20-15-12 /.'B Wilson ,t CO NK NW 20-15-12 Iff Wilson fe Co NV^ NW 20-15-12 l."e Wilson fe Co SH NW 2(1-15-12 Wilson \-. Co SW NW 20-15-12 Lee Wilson & Co NK HE 20-15-1J Iff. Wilson k Co NW HP. 20-15-15 Iff Wilson & Co SE BK 20-1P-1 1 ' I.re Wilson fc Co SW SK 20-15-12 lee. Wilson & Co NM SW 20-K-12 I/ee WlUon A. Co NW SW 20-15-1'J Lee Wilson & Co KB BVt 20-15-12 Lee Wilson ft Co SW SW 20-15-12 C E Crigger NE SW 21-15-13 O B Criggcr * * ««"h ^ ii nil '•> set for Thursday. Novemhcr V " The trial of jMoiiroe Ix-ek will J " Ba " probably incite the most local In ' icre.st. Leek's case has been post Ironed on numerous occasions, and irir-re Is a possibility El will be ij " li " ^ «ji"«»«;i o« p HL. -^u-ia-i^ ""-'" postpoucil. He is charged Bimil 'E Crowdcr SE SW -29-15-12 hC SlftVtmr nf fn\,« i Ml'.l M A OlleR-i NW SW NB NW J 11 Ball NW NW 1 Joe Carr I/;roy i KB SK „ .„ .„ Joe Carr Ixroy ; SE SE 2S-15-12 Ehna E Crowdcr SW SE 29-15-12 21-15-12 29-15-12 39-15-12 20-15-12 Mrs M A Giless N 30.40 A NW NE J B Gllless Cst S 3.CO A NW NB J B Gllless Ert 20 40 40 HI III 113.71 40 •to •10 40 40 52.00 40 40 W 41) 20 20 40 40 '40 4D 40 40 40 40 40 40 ' 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 41) 40 ~ 40 40 40 « 40 40 40 40 40 .11 .S3 .27 fl.M 11.81 9.19 IJ.40 8.40 41.04 ai.oo 3.10 11.01 n.ai H.-H 14.44 2.&7 28.31 3.04 0.5G 0.51) fl.19 .'J P , . _,..,.. fv-rrls fiirnon fvrrls Simon Mrs Marl. Williams Mrs Man Williams Mrs Mail Williams Madfle .M Robinson John n Waiker Coritlni'jilai Mortgage Co coriilnenta'i Morfpagf Co II M Curlner- ' .I6)iri B' Walker ' Clus Hftril<<sty (I IB JJJtJiiMlji Otis iinrdfcH- W II Cox W H Cox W'H Cm W H Cox .1 E Vli'ke'r.'i Fr«l nurge.son II Walker 1 2 3 f, II 14 B B B 5) C C O C n it n p p F 0 F •I M Pergusoii ;,iilii TJiomns Will RLsunnk Will SWlrunk Johnnie- Hownnl Mllliml Sownnl Mlllard Howard Kninm Mullens Klla jitckson Olcero Ogle F.st Cicero Ogle Kst IJ^a Warren J ,\f fV'rgiison J W Floyd Uiln wlillo. Joe Find HOMJPKTCR. & SHONYO AUD'N O B Cross Henrietta Ooad Henrietta Goad J A Dass I, B Mcl-VIl 10-50 1. K MeFiill 14 3 2 4 3 4 7 5 10 S 3 G 1 e 15 a ORIGINAL SURVKV 20 21 22 27 28 7.88 10.50 7.88 IO.SU 3.04 11.50 (5.515 V 0.19 9.19 11.81 11.81 14.44 3.19 11.81 11.B1 14.44 14.44 n.oa 17.W 19. OS :i.:i4 (J.5B W.38 21.00 13.12 13.12 15.75 18.38 J A Hnrgett .1 T Alford Clins' Alford CJlms Alford A Ii & CJlydo Fowler Oille 13 Freeman 0 W Oosnell O ,W Oosnell Hurry Bailey Mrs- W M Phillip:-, 8 C Craig fi C Craig Mrs .1 H Slewnrl Q H Orecn O. H Clrppn J 'II HoiWy ,1 11 Honey Sam rirlmes .1 T AKonl J T Alford J T Alfprd flora Wililnms Cross Gro Co 2!) 44 47 •f.1 CO 03 04 ffi iia 10 11 73 V3 K 8V 88 8!) DO 91 dent and farmer, ihrow himself fln Hi cincrcy of SB NE 30-15-12 J Ii Gllless Est SW NE 30-15-12 (Mrs ,W M Taylor NE NW 31-15-12 Mrs W M Taylor NW NW 31-15-12 Mrs W MTaylor SE NW . 31-15-12 Mrs W M Taylor SW NW 31-15-12 30-15-13 30.40 13.11 30-15-12 3.CO .1.89 21.00 n b ntnce. Urlskl11 confesserl .Ilic ' sliiyinp. of lllu s "' , l-~ largest in t) u . complelcd. PiiWic school olfieiaj ''hen finally of their the 1 • ti i in • "i" 1 - «w.>'iuimi vu oo the killing by William McPlicr- son, also a tanner of that community. At the July term of court ,,..,., . ul . u , ilu _ j. ..v inu yuly Ifrm Ql COlll't support to organization M c™ierson was senlenced to. M) ""' ineliKlltif. Snperin- >' c;<rs >" Prison, and is now scr w. [). Clm-kin. s. K. Armstrong. Mrs. Fd and Charles fitiibbs. (find,.. 1 '' .sentence, appealed to the "ohool principal: Clioiiii mid inillvldiinl Ijisinu' •OH will he E , V f n studems'com- iij.'.liig Ihe b am | | )y Wl . Morris who is „ talented musician, lie His (Ulorneys '• higher court 11 .-.KI^CI lne npp,.,,) | o ^ ,._ on somellme next spring Frank Cieorge jr. will fnce flrst degree murder charges In ron- i.eollrm with ibe slnvlno O f Wll llu ' Stock Prices men hi the valley. New Dral recreation program is'the TVA 5 siitsliuitc for the gamblin^ am drinking joints and red lighl districts usually found o|. or'near construction camps. The expenditures of the TVA represent n nation's investment In a section of Ihe country to find "" ii i . cprl!lin 'dens work out lhat, if successful, they oan i*. <o (he rest, of the coun- It is national planniii- on sin cxpf-rlmr-ntnl sra?e. Tho experiment is far enough i'>ng (ai mdlcnle Dial the monev I is cosing is well spent, a ,,d Ih.ii ilio whole country will bonrtii from what Ihe TVA is tloin* THE END. OTTAwToZ^rii total of 37 persons were killed nud 248 were injured in railway nccldenis In Canada In August of this year the Board of Railway Commission-' prs reporl, A. T. mill T Ahacoiirin (,Vjp{ji>r Beth. Steel Chrysler Cities Service Coca Coin Gen. Electric Gen. Motors Int. Harvester .... Montgomery Warii N. Y. Central ... Packard Hliilllps Pet. . lindio Simmons Beds Standard ol N. J. Texas Co U. H. Steel U. S. Smelling .. McKc.sson-Robbins Honile . 1(11 l-l! . in r>-« . 1:8 1-4 •M .. 1 1-2 148 1-2 . 19 1-1 . 30 5-8 . :t7 1-4 . 29 5-8 . 21 1-8 .. 41-8 . 15 5-8 . 5 5-8 . 10 1-2 . 42 7-8 . 21 :i-4 . 35 111! 3-4 . 7 3-4 . :i 7-3 , f J • L im:illliei 0[ i ,',. my £<>) ' oal IraditiiE slall ""' • hi" . I ' M1V01 ' I|1 K his ronncclton *.nu iui> school refY-ntly Mr. Morris I;; at present i ra ,| ei . ! Ihe Cnrnihersvlll,. i, f ,,,,j wmdl uiipeavrtl in tin- Armistice Day parade here and has been inrit- «l to march in the "Spirit of Christmas" parade at Memphis December 23 as one of six bands in- o[ "raggadoclo. Chicago Wheat open high low close O;c 100 l-l 101 1-4 100 1-8 1(11 1-8 May 09 1-8 00 7-8 90 fill 1-2 Dec. Chicago Com OJKII high ;ow close 83 1-4 84 1-2 83 1-4 84 1-1 May 83 3-4 81 7-8 83 3-4 83 5-8 from the tri-slatc nrea. Local musicians arc invited to swell the ranks of the Caniihersvillc band on Hint ooca^ion. Mr. Morris is one of 12 members of the Memphis musical committee prepnrin" for the event. is community, near Dyciif. was shot • In tack as. he sat on n counter his Mure, Tlie killer escaped Inn. George was ... '. o the nlchl. In er mwstf.,1 when -. hf ha,| been observed near he store shortly Ix-fore the slay- revious WARNING ORDER IN. THE CHANCERY COURT. CHICK ASA WDA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY ARKANSAS. Mnxlne Slewart, Plaintiff, No. ,'5802 vs. Hill Stcivnrl, Defendant The [(premium, Bill Stewart, is warned to oppcar within thirty days in ( .,, e court nnnied in the caption hereof and answer Ihe complaint of Slewart. n.iteil 11 Ifl.W. the plalntifT. 27th day of October, R. L. OAINES, Clerk. —'i-» w 11 w»n «i«: (.»!( rtt has denied that he Intro duced himself as Dlllinger. Virg " Gr "" 0 ' Att - v - 27-3-To"r7| Read O^T^r^t Ad 3 . George's mother and Dycus was '-lid lo be Ihe motive Jim Slnvings will face first de- Prec murder charges for Ihe slay- m ° ° r his falher-in-Iaw, Everett «1 in n fight, broiie'ln'on by'S" difficulty, it was said, and in me struggle Siavings seriously wounded Baird with a knife. Balrd later died i,, n le Blythcvllle hos- On the civil docKd, mere are 11 cns fi*- Amo "S them Ls a dani- Boyd 40 40 40 31-1.1-12 Thos E Thompson Est Lot 5 SE SE Tlib.'! E Thompson Est , .Lol 4 SW • SE Thos E Thompson Est "Ail Grig 'Sur.'SW / Tlios E nioinn>ou RU Lot 1 NW SW Thos E Tlioiiipson Kt • . iot 3 EVj SW . T)i'os K Tlminbson fist"" Lot 2 SW SW -.„ Edllh Hale Howloli NENE 31-15-12 Edith Halo Howton .: , E.35 A NW NE , 33-15-12 Edltli Hale Howton SENE 33-15-12 Edith Hale now. loll K 35 A SW NE 33-15-12 Edith Hale Howlon NE SE 33-15-12 Edllh Hal? Howlon NW SE 33-15-13 13.12 15.75 13.12 31-15-12 2.03 1.25 31-)(i-.i? •'n'l-15'-l2 Orlena Hire.'; Orlena Hires Orleun Hire.-; DrlHiu Hires Drlena lllrtw Orlena Hires SK SK 33-15-12 SW SK 33-15-13 NE SW M-l.l-l'j NW SW 33-15-12 SE SW 33-15^12 SW SW 33-15-12 Name Mrs p G Seaman W T Ingrain Catherine Royal Est TOWN OF 8I.VTHEVII.LF, KAUKON & LIU,V Ann'N Block '41. 2n 27.01 •15.80 42.11 •10 7.M H.iffl B.24 14.63 9.92 3.94 5.75 C.Sil 8.04 7.89 10.SO 7.88 W.SO 13.12 IS. 1ft 13.12 IS.15 » dircctc(i U ?? Joh " ' with the death of willts , son of John Byrd. Yoimg -yrd succumbed to injuries sus- l.-mied when he leaped from a swiftly moving automobile, driven by Prm'ett. rt is alleged that I'ni- P ' C " p youns B >' rd °» <»w n ,, ! C , hiccd himself as "John from Dlllin N THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKA- SAWDA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY- ARKANSAS. 'l.vlheville Dond Mniutennnce llislricl No. 5. MIs- siNiippi Counly, Arkansas, Plain!in. v - H. anil Walter Anderson, nml Delinquent Lands. et nl., nofciHlonls. WAitNiN'n onntn All persons having or claiming an Inlerest in i fin j llle followl "g liescribcd lands are hereliy rv thot R " 11 ls l»»tling In Uie Chanceiy LOiirt of Mississippi Cpiinty, Arkansas, for (he I'm. '"? nwl>n Dlstrict thereof, lo enforce the collpc- •,'"" ° l «naln delinquent Inxcs on the following ° , n<1 ' fMh snpixispcl owner's name havirg wt opposile ills, her or Us land, together with aniounu severally due from each 'in-wll- Nn mc pt. of sec. W H & waller Anrtcr- son SE NE M It Robinson NW SE Rankers Mortgage Co. NE SW Bankers Mortgage Co NW SW Bankers Mortgage Co BE SW Bankers Mortgage Co SW 3W Henry Perdue 2 A In SW comer E',1 E no A NE S. T. R. A. ral Tax Bankers Mortgage Co Bankers Mortgage Co NE SE NW SE 4-H-12 4-H-12 4-H-I2 4-M-12 MM2 4-1M2 S-H-12 5-H-12 5-H-lJ 40 4(1 41) 40 40 40 2 40 40 .55 .39 14.44 .Jo' .92 17.00 19.60 Mabel Robinson S E Morris S E Morris R T Peterson Clarence Morgan J N Cheneyworth J S Burlon M M Goodman Bill Van Winkle A B Kalrflelrt A B Rilrfleld A II Falrfteld A B Falrfield A B Patrficld L M Crawford Arthur Butler John Anderson John Anderson John Anderson A J Baker Mary Branson Mury Branson A D Snider Maggie Masters' Maggie Masters Maggie Masters Maggie Masters Maggie Masters Maggie Masters P H Lee Pepper Molllf Wright ft .1 Diwson N',4 0 12 3 4 5 ID 12 12 G 7 a n 14 17 in 3 4 u 4 5 9 10 11 G A A B B B B B C D D D E !•; E E P P r o o Q a G it 10--H 11 H fi 9 10 11 12 •13 14 McGregor S'J McOrcror N 30 ft 1 8 E D McGregor 3 30 H 8 Mrs R D Wold fi Connors Utlle Gillfsple R 1C K M T'lal Tax .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .1) .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .00 .11 .11 .11 .11 .05 .11 .11 .11 • '! .ii .11 .11 .11 .u .11 .11 .(Hi ,W ,06 .11 Rebecca. Patterson Uebccca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Hebccca Patterson Rebecca 'Patterson Rebecca. Patltrson Rdtccca Patterson ' » KKBP.CCA PATTERSON RIlR-niV. fteuccca., Patterso Rebc.cca PaitcrKon SeBecca.'^itt'erion Patterson Pi^uirson Iteteccii ...Patterson RebeccaJpiitersoii Th_ad .phllilps Thid':,piil|jlps , e ren ; Patterson . IlebccVa'.RaUefson •'-'- j' : ,J l WiiUdihs'6n Jrh-- P. Crlgger '- :.KVOI>l.K.HEIGHTS. ADIVN. 1 2 . 2 2 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 '« 9 10 U 12 13 17 18 BAHROX & LILV SU^DIV. B Walker B Walker HOULANOAU iJzzif- p „., palsy R Hill Unknown ••• • . I' 1 A- Robinson P 'A'RoWnsoii ' J J Williamson J..) WlHIamson .1 B Bralclier J-E Uratcher ,) K Uralcher Dan O Stout Mrs Uzzle . _..„ Mrs a W.Oosnell A G Wheat Oeo T Webb P A Robinson P A Rqbhison E E Prc.wltt P A Robinson P A Robinson Lizzie Crigger J J.Williamson Harry Weednian Prcd Bnrgeson P A Robinson I D Church A G Wheat A G Wheat A 0 Wheat A G Wheat A o Wheat A G Wheat A G Wheat A G Wheat A G Wheat A O Wheat A O Wlieat A G Wheat A G Wlieat A G Wheat E K Wilson E P Wilson E P Wilson Name .3 , 4 5 n 7 8 f) 10 11 12 13 ;i 4 1 3 .1 11 12 10 12 1 2 3 0 3 7 10 0 JO 10 10 11 10 12 10 1 11 2 11 3 11 •( 11 5 11 K 11 7 11 S n 1 12 2 12 3 12 Lot Block RllNIUSF. ADDITION II Lctghtou j| || Eliia Koblnsoti K 10 ft c •> n VAIIAS 1ST AWN O B Perry PA i OS VAFI/S 3RD AI>H'N O B Pecry gii 9 .os All persons and corporations Interested in said lands arc hereby nollflfd (hat Ihpy Drfi requlml sy law lo appear wltliln, four wt'eks and make debase lo said suit or Uw sntne shall be token for confessed, and final judgment will ba entered direct- ng the sale of said lands for the purpose 6f col- cctlng s»td (axes, together «-ith the payment of nterMl, penalty and, crjfit$ ns elloveo* by law. 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