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'PAGE six BTATnEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Don't Be Bashful-Step Up and Meet Dale Carnegie! Fame Prs. of Section See, Twp. Rge. Acres Thos E Thompson Est Orly Sur SW 31 15 j 2 41.29 Thoj E Thompson Elt Lot 1NWSW •: 31 15 J2 27.91 Thos E Thompson Eat Lot 3 EM BW 31 15 13 45,80 Thos E Thompson Est Lot2 SW8W 31 15 12 42.41 Wiley Brothers NE NW 32 15 12 40 Wiley Brothers NW NW 32 15 12 40 Wiley Brothers SE NW 32 15 12 40 Wiley Brothers SW NW 32 15 12 40 Edith Hale Howton .... NE NE 33 15 12 40 Edith Hale Howton E 35 A NW NE 33 15 13 35 Wiley BIOS W 5 A NW NB 33 15 \i 5 Edith Hale Howton SE NE 33 15 12 40 Edith Hale Howlon E 35 A SW NE 33 15 12 35 Wiley lirothen .... W 5 A SW NE 33 15 12 , 5 Wiley Brothers NE NW 33 15 12 40 Wiley Brothers ' NW NW 33 15 12 40 Wiiey Brothers SE NW 33 15 12 40 Wiley Brothers SW NW 33 15 12 40 Edith Hale Howton NE SE 33 15 12 43 Edllh Hale Howton NW SE 33 15 12 40 Orlcna Hires SE SE 33 15 12 40 Orlena Hires SW SE 33 15 12 40 Orlena Hires NE SW 33 15 12 40 Orlena Hires NW SW 33 15 \i 43 Orlcna Hires SE SW 33 15 12 43 Orlena Hires SW SW 33 15 12 40 MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1937, 20 , 8.M ( , „, - Pts. of Section gee. Twp, Rge. Acres rial Tax 6-11 J A Owaltney NW SE 14 15 11 « 181 SB »• 83 John B-Walker Lot 1 NB 16 16 U - ' 4.80 John B Walker Less Lot lOOx 3.341 300 Lot 2 NE 6.30 p A Robinson Lot 7 NE 7.20 Mm B Walker Lot 8 NE 7.20 John B Walker Lot 9 NE 7.20 | John B Walker Lot 10 NE 1-351 John B. Walker Lot 11 NE I' 97 Joe Forsythe Lot 12 NE •28J.R A Smith Lot 13 NE 2-25 JR A Smith Lot 14 NE 2.611 White & Williams S 20 A N'i SE .55 white & Williams SE SE 3.15 White & Williams SW SE J L Graves S 8 A NW NW J L Graves S'/j SE NW 4-Oa 4-05 4.95 2.70 3.60 2.10 3.60 J L Graves SW NW S L Galnes NW SE R Fowler SE NE L Fowler NE NW A woman well known in Mnnhal- Unaccustomed ns she Is to even semi-public speak- Bui the soothing influence of America's Number tan's upper society busily records Ing. the young pupil, above, succumbed lo a violent One prophet of personality had tm almost mes- the aphorisms of Hale Carnegie at attack of the giggles when required lo address the mcrly.lng effect when he came to her rescue. In the opening or "Get Acquaiiited"class and fell obliged lo call for Mr. Carnegie his presence, the nervous student culmed down session ol the new lerrn. hlmscir. and was able lo face (he mike. Best-Seller's Author Out to Exterminate Inferiority Bugs BY MORniS GILBERT NBA Service Staff Correspondent NEW YORK—"Be a good listener. Encourage others to Inlk about themselves," says Rule 4 In Chapter Four,. Part Two. of Dale Carnegie's famous handbook on charm, "How to Win Friends nml Influence People," which its author was- amazed the other day to :-, learn had sold ' over 2C9.000 copies. Should Should Mr. Carnegie Mr. Carnegla encourage encourage the' Interviewer to talk about himself? Tliat would be. guaranteed to make the Interviewer like him. Or, on the other hand, should Mr. Carnegie brtak the rule and talk about himself? "I,"' said the Interviewer, "like New York. I don't care much about baseball any more, 'llic best kind of beer Is "Nobody," said Mr. Carnegie, "was more amaze*] than I was when the book began to sell up in those figures. 1 wrole the book for two reasons. First, to correct the,mistakes I-used to makc'niv- self. Years ago,, I* did practically everything- wrong. I was always crhlclilng, .jirgniiig, talkhl? too much."- ' .;•-•' , "Now, Mr. Carnegie," said the a day It cost lo live at the col- cge. so he rode In on horseback every day. "My clothes were awful," ho said. "Hand-mc-dowiis. I developed a lerrlble Inferiority com- K, That's the reason for the work I'm doing now. If I'd had good clothes and lots of money, don't suppose I'd be Interested In It. It's compensation." He went in for debating at college. He was a flop at first, then he began to win. He was so good In local debates that he started ft corresixmdence school. It failed He became a salesman. A hard grinding period set In for him when he sold and traded and plnyed. poker and rode the range all up and down the West. » * * Jan. 11, 1911, found him arriving In New York. He went 01 the stage, louring In "Polly of the Circus." He wasn't a good actor Pretty soon he was trying to sell Ihc Idea of courses In pub ".Ic speaking in New York collcji extension courses for adults. The authorities wouldn't hire him, bu agreed to let Carnegie start suet a course on a percentage basts He did well, .j','1 had lo be prac tlcal," ho says. "I had to give "liuron Si Lilly Addition to Blyllievlllc Total Maine Lot Elk Tax Miss. Co. Bldg & I/>an 9 A .04 M T Ingram 12 ? E Morris 10 ft- Intcrvlewei', - "I want to lell "you about the time—" •.. ••, "The second reason I wrolc the book," Mr. -Carnegie conllnued "was to have a textbook'-for the clashes In my Institute of Effective Speaking and .Human Relations ;herc In New York. I thought at the most it "would sell around fifteen" or twenty thousand 'copies.'' * "Now, I think," said the Interviewer— , "I,".', said Mr. 'Carnegie, "have written six books. One of them Is much better written than this latest one. II is called 'Lincoln the Unknown.' That is the book I like best among those I've written It sold 1 less than 10,000 copies." . "As I was saying. Mr. Carnegie," the "interviewed began— "The reason," Mr. ''Carnegie said, '-It didn't sell like 'How to Make Friends' was because the thing that interests people most In tills world is their own human problems. Come right down to it, isn't the human relation practically YOUR only problem?" "Yes. Mr. Carnegie," said (he Interviewer. • * • -v Dale Carnegie has the congenial, evangelical expression of a pedagogue untroubled by worry or guile. His greying hair, slde- pailed, curls in 'a lavish roll high above the brow. He has discarded those octagonal nose glass of his pictures and replaced them by silver-rimmed spectacles. He ,,, talks rapidly and easily. It's hard for him to keep from quoting himself because his book Is peppered with epigrams, and an epigram once knocked together Isn'.t easy lo Improve on. "Re- mmber that a man's name is t< • him Ihe sweetest and most im ' portant sound in the English Ian guage," That's a- sample of tlv Carnegie line. "Make the othe fellow feel important—and do i sincerely." .Again: "You can't win an argument," he declares will earthly shrewdness. "You can' because If you lose it, you los it; and if you win it, you los ' it." A rule for making home llf happier: "Why wait until you •wife goes to the hospital to giv her H few flowers?" Carnegie was born in '88, "th • ; year of the Great Blizzard," on farm near Maysvllle, Mo. Th family was mighty poor, but Da' pamegieV father sent Dale an his brother to school and colleg "IE I leave you money." Dale ' father said, "somebody's liable I come along and beat you oat !t. They can't take away an edu eation." ,; Hard luck dogged the Carni I , ' gles on their Maysvllle farm, an [ pretty; soon they trekked to Wa I rensburg. Mo/His parents' am I, billon kept .Dale in'State Tea ! chers'college there. The farm w three miles out • of town. Da ws too poor to spend the dolla 'them no says, something. Walter Webster ...... 11 3 E Morris .......... 12 J D Williford ....... 17 J W Bader .......... 18 T II Kellh ........... 2 Hugh Cherry ......... 4 9 A B B B B B. C C C C D D D Leonard Taylor a T Patterson ...... 12 j N Cheneyworlh ... 1 I s Burton ......... a W C VanBlbber ..... 11 'Illnols Standard Mortgage Co ....... 10 E M M Goodman ...... U • E 1111 Van Winkle ..... 14 E A B Fairfleld ........ 17 E A B FalrHeld ....... 18 E \ B Falrficld ........ 3 F A B Fairfleld ........ 4 F \ B Palrfleld ........ C F Curtis J Speck ...... 8 P Mrs M J Jennings N 30 ft . ...... .11 F Mrs M J Jennings S 1-3 12 F Essie Koonce N 1-3 .. 12 F '..•oulse Sanford ...... 1 G Umlse Sanford ...... 2 G <j M Crawford ....... 4 G \rthur Butler ....... 5 G Mw.le Bunch ........ 8 G J Evrard ." ......... 4 H A J Bnker .......... C H H .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 Lydla Moran 1 C J W Floyd 3 0 Ora Jones 4 0 Lula White 7 0 Mose Wells 8 C Katie Jones 11 0 Mamie Shlpp 12 C Oscar Anderson 14 C Joe Find 15 C i L Fowler NW NW 4.50 I wiley Bros NW SE 5.40 Thos E Thompson Est Lot 5 SE SE 4.M Ttios E. Thompson Est Lot 4 SW SE 5-40 Thos E Thompson Est Orlg Sur SW Thos E Thompson Est Lot 1 W SW Thos E Thompson Est Lot 3 E'/j SW Thos E Thompson Est L012SWSW Wiley Brothers NE NW Wiley Brothers NW NW Wiley Brothers SE NW Wiley Brothers SW NW .04 -.04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 10 ii«.-lhcy could use In Ihelr dally lives nml business." Ills "little institute." as he calls if. "run privately, with no reputation, no endowment," became n Mr. Thomas H. Nelson Is now an of the .school. Its offices c in East 42nd Street, but Ihc nssrooms nre hotel banquet ,11s, and classes arc limited lo . There are ten regular leach's, who work evenings, and a w extra ones from time to time, curses last sixteen weeks. Un- r the impetus of the famous I rak. the ndlng. school is rapidly cx- 'The classes al Ihe beginning each term arc as funny as n roadway show." Carnegie says. Everybody .has to make n speech. icv're so nervous the first night c let them sit on a lable. Later ey get better." •He llsled his commuters, other ran tlie famous one who came om Ifavnna to prepare to make ne three-minute speech down icre. after which he was labeled ie of' Cuba's most sterling ora- >rs. A Colgate has been n slu- ent. So has Mr. A. Lee Whlte- de, -President of Dunn & Brad- Carnegie; and Mr. Hlldlck's Applejack; reel, says ildick of ml a big executive from Mucl- r's Macaroni.-Mr. Wilson B. Mcandless. president of the Den- Ian Tire and Rubber Co. ,'arren, Ohio, pullmans to Ne\\ 'ork Sunday nkhls. spends Monay preparing his lessons, attends lass Monday night, and catches he late sleeper home. Others ommule from Albany and Philadelphia. A retired rear admiral n the United States Navy has Ken coming down from New- Haven. * * * Carnegie lives In a small house n a quiet side street In Forest -Nils, long Island. His two nieces, losephine and Pauline Carnegis. rYwBrrTl'^fWfflf g iF sS ?P'" r T'' B Crumpled handkerchief nervously clutched in hand, Ihis girl sits on the lable (secret for calming Jittery beginners) and awaits the ordeal of her first speech. Alaska Fixes 594,000 Total lor Reindeer SEWARD, Alaska (UP) — The number of Alaska reindeer has turned over nine times since 1910, according lo an estimate this year, placing their number at 594,000. The estimate was made by J. Sid- new Rood, acting general reindeer superintendent. A statement issued by Hood showed Eskimos used more than G.000.000 pounds of reindeer meat and by-products and also 32.00C skins last year. A t'olal of 80,386 fawns and mavericks were marked to ownership in 193G. The number equals the reindeer population in 1917 Rood said. There are 51 different herds. Technique and equipment for corral handling of the animals has been improved so much in late years that where it formerly look several days to cannl and mark a Ncrves assail even the" most, poised and seasoned of Dale Carnegie's new pupils. Tills student can't refrain from scratching his ankle as he walls lo talk. icrd of 1,000 animals, U .now requires only two hours. Housewife's Daily Steps; Reach 12,000 Average BOSTON (UP)— How many steps do you take in a day? Averages prepared by -statisticians of the National • Association of Chiropodists- indicate -that the mother, busy with her housework and children, Is the record 'stepper, taking some 12,000 dally. '.'• . The total numbers of steps taken by others: Athletic girl— 10.000. Girl wearing high heels— 8,000. Professional woman— 9,000. •Society woman— <J,000. Nurse— 10,000. F1TCHBURO, Mass. (UP) -When Elmer Kalllnen, 21, struck pedestrian Edward Morley, 36, Mortey was arrested on a drunken walking charge. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHTCKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS. , Blylhcville Rond Improvement District No. 5, Mississippi County, Ar- Mary Branson Mary Branson SVj ..11 H C E Wiggins N ',•: ... 15 H Maggie Masters 9 I Maggie Masters 10 I Maggie Masters H I Maggie Masters 12 I Maggie Masters 13 I Maggie Masters 14 I Jewel R Smith 1 K Blanche M Hall 2 K J J Johnson 3 K T H Lee 6 K Moll]e Wright 8 K R J Dawson 1 Li B McGregor S 30 ft of 8 L Eddie McGregor 9 L Edna Conners ... 2 M Ban-on A Lilly Sut-Dlv. Elmer Hossellton — 2 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .02 .0? .04 ,04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 Original Survey lo Blylhcville American Bldg. ft Loan W 125 ft of S 12 ft 7 .02 American Bldg & Loan W 125 ft .... 8 .02 American Bldg & Loan W 125 ft 9 .02 G E Cross 20 .04 J A Bass 21 .04 J A Hargett 39 .04 A B & Clyde Fowler 49 .04 Odie B Freeman 51 .04 Harry Bailey 60 .04 Z T Galnes 61 .04 62 Edith Hale Howton NE NE Edith Hale Howton E 35 A NW NE Wiley Bros. W 5 A NW NE Edith Hale Howton SE NE Edith Hale Howton E 35 A SW NE Wiley Brothers W 5 A SW NE Wiley Brothers NE NW Wiley Brothers NW NW Wiley Brothers SE NW Wiley Brothers SW NW Edith Hale Howton ...... NE SE Edith Kale Howton NW SE Orlena Hires SE SE Orlena Hires I SW SE Orlena Hires NE SW Orlena Hires NW SW Orlena: Hires VSE SW Elmer Hosselllon Elmer HosseUton ... Eiriier Hossellton ... Elmer-Hosselilbn ... C vL Howard; ;V J ; B Walker G 16 : Hollindalc Add'n .'i hi 1 "I was married "I'm not married live with him. once," he said, low." "I'm not a prohibitionist exactly." said Dale Carnegie. "I hardly ever drink, and I think it's the cause of a lot of crime." He doesn't smoke. Sometimes he goes to the Community church In Forest Hills. He doesn't believe in Ihe study of ancient languages or higher mathematics. They're a waste of time, he thinks. "They say Lalln helps you to know English better and that mathematics trains the mind. Once I went out to Kansas City to see my folks. I went by way of Mexico. But It didn't prove that that's the best or only was to go from here to Kansas City.' OAKLAND, Cal. (UP)—Tills cit Is one of only three in the Unitet States that possesses a band composed entirely of physicians and dentists. It numbers 14 players. kansas, Plaintiff, vs, No. 041G Henry Perdue and Delinquent Lands, et al., Defendants. \VAUNI\G ORDER All persons having- or claiming an interest In any of the following describee* lands are hereby notified thai suit Is pending in the Chancery r.ourl of Mississippi County, Arkansas, for the Chlckasa\vba District thereof, to enforce the collection of certain delinquent taxes on the following list of land, each supjiosed owner's nanie having been set opposite his. her or its land, together with the amounts severally due from each, to-wit: Pts. of Section Sec. Twp. Rge. Acres T'tal T.ix 04 J'B Walker ..' 2 J-B \Valker '..' 3 Mrs Hilda-Beard ... 7 Mrs Hilda Beard 8 J'B Walker ......... 10 J B Walker 11 J B Walker. .:. 12 j .B Walker.'.'. 13 «rs Marl WUllams .. 3 tars Mart "Williams .. 4 Mrs Mart Williams .. 5 Madele Robinson .... 11 j .B Walker 14 Continental -Mortgage CO.....U 8 C .0- Continental Mort- : gage 'co E!4 •) H M Curtner- 11 Blythevllle Lumber Co 12 •I'. E Vickers '. 5 Fred Bufgesoh ... C J B Walker 1 7 Name W H & Waller Anderson SE NE Henry Perdue 2 A In sw cor. E'4 E 90 A NE R L Gaines SW SE S E Vail Frl NE N W 14 12 S E Vail S E Vail Prl SE NW Fri E pt SW NW J A Gwaltncy N\\r SE John B Walker Lot i John B Walker Less Lot Lot 2 NE John B Walker Lot 8 NE John B Walker Lot 9 NE John B Walker ixst 10 NE John B. Walker Lot 11 NF, JM Forsylhe Lot 12 NE R A Smith LOI 13 NE R A Smith Lot H NE White & Williams S 20 \ N'/, SF White & Williams . sE SE White A Williams " s \\r SE J L Graves S 8 A NW NW J L Graves S'i SE NW J L Graves sw NW S L Galnes NW gg n Fowler .'. sE NE L Fowler vp MW Wiley Bros '. Nw SE Thos E Thompson Est Lot 5 SE SE Thos E. Thompson Fit Lot 4 SW SE 14 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 .15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 12 • 11 11 U U U 11 11 11 11 11 11 H 11 11 11 H 11 11 11, 11 11 11 11 H 12 12 12 40 2 40 17 31 11 40 20 5.55 19.11 5 20 5 Lot 1 .50 20 40 40 8 20 40 40 40 40.OS 40 40 2.93 23.09 ,19 .32 7.20 2.68 4.S9 1.89 6.30 3.31 .50 3.12 .83 3.31 .83 .03 .19 .10 2,25 4.35 3.15 1.44 3.15 0.30 Hollipefcr it Shonyo Add'n Jessie Woods 10 1 Will Slstrunk 3 2 Mac Pearson 1 3 Robert Mallory 2 3 Mamie Carter 4 3 Johnnie Soward 6 3 Millard Soward 7 3 Mlllnrd Soward 8 3 Will Dowell 12 3 Ella Jackson 14 3 Cicero Ogle Est 24 Cicero Ogle Est 3 4 O Shonyo 1 4 Wm Jones .'. 3 5 Win Jones 4 5 Eliza Warren 7 5 Bell J M Ferguson ........ TS W M Phillips ... 62 .04 C Craig 04 .04 C Craig 65 .04 lien Brown 75 .04 I A Brown Est 76 .04 I A Brown 77 .04 am Grimes 85 .0-1 T Alford 81 .04 T Alford 88 .04 .T Alford 89 .04 Heliecca Patterson Sub-Dlv. Orlena Hires SW SW 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 22 22 22 23 23 23 24 20 20 20 29 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 32 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 33 IS 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 11 11 11 11 U 11 U 11 11 n n 11 n u u 11 11 it n 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 • 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 13 12 12 12 12 12 12 5,55 Lot 19.17 5 20 5 Lot 1 .50 20 40 40 a 20 40 40 40 40.00 40 40 2.93 23.09 41.29 27.9! 45.80 42.41 40 . 40 40 40 40 35 5 40 35 5 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 ^ 40 40 2.12 .H 9.44 2,4fi 9.84 2.46 .11 .63 .27 0.58 11.81 9.19 4.20 9.19 18.38 18.38 17.06 14.40 11.81 15.75 1.25 1.33 14.90 B.24 14.03 9.92 18.38 21.00 21.00 21.00 3.94 5.15 .82 G.5G 8.04 1.15 9.1Q 11.81 11.81 14.44 1.88 ' 10.50 7.88 10.50 13.12 15.75 13.12 15.75 Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson lebccca- Patterson Rebecca - Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson lebecca Patterson lebecca Patterson lebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 :04 .04. .04 .04 .04 .04 Ban-on & lilljr Addition to • BlyOicvUle • • : ' • Total Lot Blk Ta>; Mississippi Co. Bldg & Loan Ass'n 9 W T Ingram 12 S E Morris 10 Walter Webster 11 S E Morris 12 J D Willlford 17 J w Bader 18 T H Keith 2 Hugh Cherry Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson lebecca Patterson Rebecca Patterson E 1-3 lots ... 2-3-0 2 .04 ilyde & Eva . -> Soward C 1-3 lots 2-3-6 2 .04 Rebecca patter- . iv sdn W,1-3 lots ... 2-3-0 2 .04 Rebecca• Patterson ... 5. 2.. .(>4 Ruddle. v 'Hf!lihts Adil'n ' •'- 32 .04 4 2 ' .04 5 2 -04 6 2 .04 7 2 '• .'04 8 '2 -.pi 2 ,'04 2 ' .04 2 4 J". J Williamson [Jnknown ..'-..-: Jrikndwn '..".'"..". tlnkhowfv ...•-".. LJnk'iipwiv •• '•'• . UnknqwTi ..,.!........ Unknown .'.-.'.-. '.. j'.J'.y/lHlamsbn '. J.'j Williamson peo'F'Williams .... R;N:'Hill '..'.....;„. Dan"G Stout ........ j E.'.Bratelier";.'..' Uzzle l p''crigger — Mrs C,.W Gosriell ... J.W,'.Moore ...... 4 Leonard Taylor 9 R T Patterson 12 J N Cheneyworth ,1 J S Burton 8 W C VanBibber 11 Illinois Standard Mortgage Corp M M Goodman . Bill Van winkle 10 E 11 E 14 E A B Palrfleld ....... 17 E A B Fairfleld ........ "18 -E A B Pairfleld ........ 3 F A : B Fairfleld ....... 4 F A B .Fiilrfleld ....... G F Mrs M J Jennings K 30 ft ..... U P.. • 11 • M .11 ,11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .1 .11 ,8.JP. .11 12 -. F - -.1 l.G .1 G .1 9 12 13 , 6 2 5 •3 5 ,4 5 5 5 2 G 3 G ..04 •04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 Mrs M J Jennings S 1-3 12 F. Curtis J Speck .... Essie Koonce N 1-3 Louise Sanford Louise Sarj(6rd 2 L M.'Cra'wJprd 4 ' Arthur Butler, 5 Uzzle: Bunch ." ,. 8 Lriziiib'. Bunch • S "X; .... 9 C sT. Evrar'd ,.'.. '4 A~J Baiter.;''.'.; 6 Mary'.-Branson 10' Mary'Branson. S 1 /, .. li H .06 Ma'ggje Masters 91 .11 Maggie 'Maslers 10 I .11 Maggie W asters " " ' " Am'er.Ica'n'Bldg ~& Loan 4 6 Tilzzle'p' Crigger ..... ,5. 6 A G Wheat .:... 6 6 Tom W : 'Jackson ..:... 1 6 george',T" r Webb .8,6 palsy R-Hill 9 6 Daisy R Hill 10 6 Daisy R Hill 7 7 Daisy a 11111 ;........ B 7 Lizzie P Crigger 12 1 J -J Williamson 1 8 I D Church 3 9 J E Wilson 2 10 A O Wheat 7 10 A G Wheat 8 10 A O Wheat 9 10 A G Wheat 10 10 A G Wheat 11 10 A G Wheat 12 10 A G Wheat 1 11 A a Wheat 2 11 A G Wheat ; 3 11 A G Wheat 4 11 A G Wheat ..; 5 II A G Wheat 6 11 A G Wheat 7 H A G Wheat 8 11 E F Wilson 1 12 E F Wilson 2 12 E F Wilson 3 12 Vall's First Sub-Dlv. Lincoln Ravings & Loan 'iss'n \vtt 4 .04 .04 '•04 .04 •'"I* .04 .04 .04 !(H .04 •04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 .04 , Maggie.. Masters Mttjgie 'Master's . ____ lylaggle piasters — . Jewtll' -R' : Smlth ..... '' ;M Hall Johnson .'.' ...... P'-H : .tc'«! : . •!'.'; ........ Mollie_-Wrlg'ht ...... R'.'J 'Dawson .....;.. . ED •Mcdre'gor So 30 ft 8 L '.Oi> Eddie'-McG'regor ..... 9 -L '.li Ed.ria" -Conners " Bell (5 5 .11 M Ferguson 16 5 .11 'dia Moran i G . Ji W Floyd.'.'..' 3 G .11 Ora Jones , : . 4 C .11 Lula White .- 1 G .11 vfpse Wells 8 C .11 Catle Jones ...'. 11 0 .11 Mamie Shlpp 12 6 ;il Oscar : Alexander .... 14 G .11 Joe Find 15 6 .11 Original Survey. E T Cross ; . 20 ill J A Bass 27 .11 J A Hargett -.: 39 .11 A B & Clyde Fowler 49 .11 Odie B Freeman .... 51 .11 Harry Bailey .:.....v-GO .11 Z T-Galnes .. Gl .11 Mrs W M Phillips ... 62 .11 C Crate C4 .11 S C 'Craig „.: 65 .11 Ellen'Brown ' . 15 .11 M A Brown Esl 76 .11 M A'Brown Est 77 .11 Sam Grimes 85 .H J T-Alford - 87 .11 J T Alford 88 .11 "J : T Alford.'.-.-... 89 .11 : Rebecca Patterson Sub-Div. Rebecca. ^Patterson... -11 .11 Rebecc^ .'Patterson. ... ,>3 I "ill [ Rebecca Patterson ... ,3, 1 ' .11 Rebecca .Patterson ... 4 1 .11 Bf becca;.Patterson ... -5 1 . : 11 Rebecca'' Paltirson ... C I .11 iRefeca'.Patterson ... ;?.l .11 .Refecji-Wttersoh ... "8 1 ,.ji Rebecca. Patterson ... .9 1 '.11 Rebecca .P.allersou ....10 1 .11 Rebecca Patterson ... 11 i - .11 .Rebecca Patterson .... 12. 1 .11 Rebecca .Patterson ... '13 1 .11 Rebecca;-Patferson .'..- U.I .11 JSebecca ' Pa"tt«rson ... 15/1 .11 Rebecca- p'aUer-'.. '., .-: '..;' . . : ' ; son-A-'. -E : l-3 lots 2-3-6 2 .11 Clyde r &; Eva ^ Sowr • - -:- ^' "a'rd-C. 1-3'pf-lots 2-3-fl- 2 '.if ,8 'K 1 L All persons and corporations Interested In said lands are hereby notified that they ate required by law to appear within four weeks and make defense to said suit or the same shall be taken for confessed, and final Judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with, the payment of Interest, penalty and costs as allowed by law. Given under my hand and seal this the 1st day of April, 1937. H. M. CRAIG, Clerk, By A. F. Smith, D. C. IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR. THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Blythevllle Road Maintenance District No. 5, Mississippi County, Arkansas, Plaintiff, vs. No. 6417 Henry Perdue and Delinquent Lands, et al., Defendants. WARNING ORDER AH persons having or claiming an Interest In any of the following described lands arc hereby notified that suit Is pending In the Chan: eery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, for the Chlckasawba District thereof, to enforce the collection of certain delinquent taxes on i the following list of land, each supposed owner's name having been set -opposite his. her or Us land, together with the amounts^ severally due from each, to-wit: ' ' • ; Name Pts. of Section Sec Twp Kge. Acres Ttol Tax W H & Walter Anderson SE NE 4 H 12 <0 .55 ri.85 Henry Perdue ... 2 A of SW cor. 4M E>,5 E 90 A NE 5, 14 12 2 .92 405 Rb Galnes SW SS 13 15 11 40 21.00 5.40ISE Vail'. FrlNENW H' 15 11 17 7.81 .43 S E V&U Frl SE NW M IS U 31 14.2* a.MlsEVall Frl E pi SW NW 14 15 II » 5.51 2 M Barnin' & Lilly Sub-Dlv. Elmer Hpsseiltoii 2 Elmer Hossellton 3 Elmer Hossellton 4 Elmer Hossellton 5 Elmer Hossellton G C L Howard 16 Tlblluidale AdA'n J B Walker 1 A J B Walker 2 A J B Walker 3 .11, A 7 A 8 A J B Walker 10 A Mrs Hilda Beard Mrs Hilda Beard . .53 .53 .53 .53 .11 .11 J B Walker 11 A J B Walker 12 A J B Walker 13 A .11 Mrs Mart.Williams .. 3 B .11 Mrs Mart Williams .. 4 B .11 Mrs Mart Williams .. 5 B .11 Madele Robinson 11 B .11 J B Walker 14 B .11 Continental Mortgage Co 8 C .11 Continental Mortgage Co. 9 C H M Curtncr U O . Blythevule Lumber Co 12 C . J E Vickers 5 F , Fred Burgeson 6 F J B Walker 7 F . Hollipeler & Shonyo Add'n Jessie Woods 10 1 Will Slstrunk 2 2 Mae Pearson I 3 Robert Mallory 2 3 Mamie Carter 4 3 G 3 1 3 8 3 Johnnie Soward Millard Soward Millard Soward Will Dowell ...; 12 3 Ella Jackson H 3 2 4 3 4 7 4 3 5 4 5 1 5 Rebecci Patter-, " : , of.,lots 2-3-G 2 ' .11 RebeccijPaite.r^dn .,.'. 5, 2 ''.11 ;.-,'Budil? Heights Add'n -J^J.WWlamsbn . "' ~ Unknown .'•;'..-.:•. Unknown....'., ,-j Unknown '.'..V... --3' 2 .4 2 . : 5 2 6/2 7 2 .Unknown'::'. ...'....... .8 2 Unknown 1 ,...'. ......... 92 J J . Williamson ...... 12 2 J J Williamson ...... 13 2 George F Williams ... C 4 R N Hill ............ 2 5 Dan G Stout ........ 3 5 J E Bratoher . ....... 4 5 Lizzie p Crigger ...... 5 5 Mrs C'W Gosnell ____ 2. 6 J W Moore ......... 3 6 American .Bldg & Loan 4 6 Lizzie P .Crigger .... 5 A O Wheat . . ....... G Tom W.Jackson -7 George T Webb ... ____ 8 Daisy R Hill ... ...... 9 Daisy R Hill Daisy R Hill 6 6 6 C 6 10 I! 7 7 Daisy R Hill 8 7 Lizzie P Crigger 12 7 J J Williamson 1 8 I'D Church , 3 9 J E Wilson 2 10 A G Wheat 7 10 A G Wheat 8 10 A G Wheat- 9 10 A G Wheat 10 10 A G Wheat U 10 A G Wheat 12 18 A G Wheat 1 11 A G Wheat 2 11 A O Wheat 3 U A G Wheat 4 11 A G Wheat 5 11 A O Wheat 6 11 A G Wheat 7 11 A G Wh«at 8 U E F Wilson 1 12 E F Wilson 2 12 E F Wilson 3 12 Sunrise Add'n American Bldg. & Loan .... E 25 ft of 3 1 Tail's First Add'n Lincoln Savings & Loan Ass'n .. WV5 4 -.1} • U .11 .U .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .U .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .H • ii .11 .n .11 .u .u .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 •11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .11 .u .11 .11 .11 .u .11 .11 .06 Cicero.Ogle Est Cicero. Ogle Est O Shonyo Wm Jones Wm Jones Elizi Warren 'AH persons and corporations Interested in said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear within four seeks and make defense to said suit or the same shall be taken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered directing- the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said taxes, together with the payment of interest, penalty,and costs as allowed by la*. Given under my hand and seal this tht 1st day Of April, 1937. K. M. CRAIG, Clerk, Sy A, F. Smith, D. O.

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