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• w, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1941 BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS lying the Knot" Once a Vital Part of Successful Wedding Ceremony BY JfKLKN WELSH1MKR NEA Sen-ice Writer There Is nothing at all original about getting married. quets. Those who think It Is a loolish custom should have lived iti France In the foiirlccnlh century. Every bride who approached the Most of the customs thai are ob-1 altar prayed that her garter would' served started so long ago they are not slip. She had to leave one Uairg- as permanently established as the Constitution of the United States or the aoek of Gibraltar. In fact, In order to have a modern wedding a bride must have an old-fashioned one. ling under her pelticoals so the guests could claim It. They weren't timid about It, either. Later the brides started to throw a stocking Instead but, this was rather Inconvenient. The bouquet The wedding ring didn't develop ! is simpler. The one who receives the 'trophy is scheduled to many next. The bridegroom's ushers weren't introduced with the beginning of church weddings. The early Angle-Saxon men boldly entered the house of the girls they wauled. The man captured the girl, put her on a horse that, waited at. the door, and started off. A Fruitless Quest Her father always went in pur- it., ns a dutiful father should, eve hen he approved the match. He ever brought back the girl though, riends of the bridegroom were on and to make him go home, in this ay, the attendants originated. Even the old shoe that comes jobbing down the street, as the ride and bridegroom start away, part of nn old custom. In Eng- and and Scotland old shoes used o be thrown at weddings to sym- jolize the fact that the parents gave p all control of their daughter now hat she was married. The shoe took its first step in the arade, though, in another connec- Bridts in- oUtii'aays vf Y were'm •J- ;.•••• :n to be lied, because an ambitious jeweler decided that it would swell his trade. It started' long ago, when there wasn't, a jewelry shop on the face of the earth. Men decided that when they chose the maidens whom they wanted, there should be some way to impress upon the feminine minds that henceforth and foi-eve they were theirs. The men start™ to weave cords which they bourn around the girls' waist, according to tradition. Both tile girl and the mau believed that the girl's syiri entered into the man's body whei the knot was tied. And Knot Stayed. Tied! The word "divorce" was as un known as artichokes or penthouse: so when the cord was lied the gir belonged to her husband forever. After while anklets and wrist lets replaced the cord. And from that the riny developed. The ancient people believed tha the third finger of the left han connected with the heart, so whe: the ring came into being, it wa placed on this finger. To 'be properly attired a. brid must, always wear something o! and something new, somcthin borrowed and something blue, th old verse says. The wearing of the blue can: down from an old Israelite custori Long ago everyone was instructe to sew blue ribbons around the borders of his or her fringed garments, since blue was the color which stood for purity and love and fidelity. Gradually ihe habit of wearing something bhie centered around the bridal costume. Brides .Were Cosily Brides are given away now in a great many marriage ceremonies. Of course the words arc purc'y decorative, for the twentieth century girl is making her decision because she wants to, and if no one would attend to this feature she would tell the minister to eliminate it. and hurry up, please! But once upon a time a man had to buy the girl he wanted. All she could do was hope that she brought a large number of cow: and horses and oxen. Therefore the "giving-away" is merely a relic SUB-DISTRICT NO. 3 OP GRASSY LAKE & TYRONZA DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 9, PLAINTIFF VS. CERTAIN LANDS, AND H. L. WRAY, ET AL., DEFENDANTS DRAINAGE NOTICE All persons having or claiming an Interest In any of the following described lands, nrc hereby notified that suit is pending in the chancery Court of the chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to enforce the collection o! certain drainage taxes on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed owner having been set opiwsitc his or her or Its lands, together with the amounts severally due from each, to-wlt: STUDENTS HOLD CONFERENCE ARDMORE, Okla. CUP)—The first' miiual conference of junior high chool students was held recently i (he Lower Merlon Township Junor High School here. Delegates -cm Philadelphia schools attended together with tlwse from 25 oth- PAGB:FIV1 ; er Institutions In Pennsylvania, New Arlcna Hires Jersey and Delaware. Raw asbestos is found In appreciable quantities In twelve countries, Canada leading in Its production, followed by Rhodesia and the Union ol South Africa. Name Ft, of Sec. 1. L. Wray H. U Wray H. P. Listen H. P. Listen H. P. Listen H. P. Listen NE SB NW SE NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE arner & Christman All orig Sur. NE Garner k Christman E. 15.42 A Lot 1 NW Garner & Chrlatman Lot 5 SE W M. Taylor Esl. E 105.43 A. NE Amanda Taylor S 12.35 A. of W 24.70 A. SW NE W. M. Taylor Esl. W 63 A NIG NW W. M. Taylor Est SE NW SW NW NE SE NW SE SE SE Love B. Adams SW SE Mrs. Amanda Taylor E of R SE NE Louis Lcndennie " NW SE Ira Crawford NW NE Ira Crawford SW NE W. M. Taylor Esl. Love B. Adams Love B. Adams Love B. Adams 12-14-10 12-14-10 13-14-10 13-14-10 13-14-10 13-14-10 1-14-11 1-14-11 1-14-11 2-14-11 2-H-ll 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 2-14-11 . 2-14-11 2-H-ll 2-14-11 3-14-H 3-14-H 10-U-I1 10-14-11 Southwest Joint Stock Land Bank L 5 NE 12-14-11 Pauline Driver Jasper NE NE Pauline Driver Jasper NW NE Pauline Driver Jasper SE NE Pauline Driver Jasper SW NE Pauline Driver Jasper NE SE Pauline Driver Jasper NW SE Pauline Driver Jasper SE SE 'auline Driver Jasi>er SW SE H. P. Listen NE SW H. P. Listen NW SW H. P. Listen - SS SW I. P. Liston SW SW Bankers Mlg Co. NE SW Bankers Mtg Co. NW SW Bankers Mtg. Co. SE SW Bankers Mtg Co. SW SW Bankers Mtg Co. NE SE Bankers Mtg Co. NW SE Bankers Mtg Co. SE SE Bankers Mtg. Co. SW SE C. A. Rodgcrs Lots 1 & 2 NE Helen Frances Buchanan E of L Frl NE Brides throw bouquets today . instead of stockings. tion. The ancient Israelites, it is said, used to deliver a shoe as a testimony in the transference of a possession. Post Office Building to Give 3,000 Work KANSAS CITY, Mo., (UP) — Wilhin iwo mcnllis, according lo an onnouncemenl by William E. Morton, postmaster here, 3,000 men will find employment in construction of Kansas City's new $4,500,000 post office. Morton recently returned from a conference in Washington with members of the national public building committee. He was informed, he said, thai bids now nrc being .received on the structure, and that a contract for the entire building will be awarded about May 20. The largest single country in the world is Brazil, with 3,220,000 square miles. Frl. NE SE NW SE N',4 SVi SE ' NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NW NW SW NW NE SE SE SE E 2-3 of EM- NW International Bank in St. Louis W 1-3 of E'.i NW W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. it. F. Brownlee M. F. Brownlee Charles Abbott Charles Abbott F. A. Robinson Brown Heirs F. A. Robinson A. G. Little A. G. Little A. G. Little A. G. Little A. G. Little Myrtle Bouriand Mrs. D. M. Cutler WARNING ORDER CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. R. S. Harris, Plainlilf, No. 4934 vs. Sylvia Harris, Defendant. The defendant Sylvia Harris, is warned to appear within thirty ilays in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of tho plainlill, R. S. Karris. Dalcd 4-11-31. Ii. L. GAINES, Clerk, By Elizabeth Blythe. D. C Sam Manalt, Attv. Ad Lttem. Iv Hit fashion to cbpe . . at ;t lope. SW SE NE SW NW SW SW SW SE SE SW SE SE SW NE NE NE NE E. H. Caldwell E 46A. of E£ BE Mrs G. G. Tucker SE NW J. B. Clark NE SW Bankers Mtg. Co. NE SE Bankers Mtg. Co. ' SE SE Bankers Mtg Co. SW SE J. A. Skinner N'.t S'.i NW NE Chas. Hnrrlngton S 30 A. NE NW :has. Harrington N 10 A. SE NW Its. John M. Taylor SVi SE SE Irs. John M. Taylor Irs. John M. Taylor Mrs. John M. Taylor Mrs. John M. Taylor Mrs. John M. Taylor arner & Chrlstman 3arncr & Chrlstman Garner & Christmnn •arner & Christman Garner & Christman WARNING OKIHiK IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. AR KANSAS. Pansy Beard, Plaintiff. No. 403 vs. Carl Beard, Defendant, The defendant. Carl Beard, is Garner A: Chrislman Garner & Christman arner & Chrislman Garner & Christmnn S'.i SW SE NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NE NE SE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW Southwest Joint Slock Land Bank Except 1 A. ill Sq. NE cor NE SE S'wcst Jt,. Stock L. Bank NW SE S'west Jt. Stock Lund Bank SE SE Southwest Jt. Stock land Bank N 34 A. SW SE St Louis Joint Slock Land Bank NW SW St L. Jl. Slock Land Bank SW SW Mrs/John M. Taylor All W of L SE 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-11 17-14-U 17-14-U 11-14-11 11-14-11 17-H-ll 18-H-ll 18-14-11 18-14-11 18-U-H 4-14-12 4-U-12 4-14-12 4-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 5-14-12 8-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 1-14-12 1-14-12 36-15-10 ,36-15-10 1-15-11 1-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-U 13-15-11 13-15-11 13-15-U 14-15-11 14-15-11 14-15-11 24-16-11 25-15-11 27-15-11 28-15-11 28-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 33-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 8-15-12 9-15-12 9-15-12 9-15-12 9-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 40 40 40 40 40 40 106.44 15.42 32 105.43 12.35 63 39.03 39:92 40 40 40 40 4.29 40.83 40.73 40.73 32 40 40 40 40 • 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 4Q 40 40 40 40 40 49.64 38.93 25.60 40 39.81 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 53.33 26.66 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 46 40 40 40 40 40 9.94 30 10 20 '20 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 .40 40 40 40 40 40 39 40 40 J. N. Tliomason J. N. Tiiomason J. N. Tliomason J. N. Tliomason SW SW NE NE NW NK SE NE SW NE J. T, Johnson NW cor of NW NW 33-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-16-13 34-15-12 35-15-13 40 40 40 40 32 10 13,13 8.25 8.25 8.25 O.liO 2.10 J. W. Whlsllo J. W. Wlllsllc W. A. whtstlo NW NW SE NW • N ot B SW 13-14- 9 13-14- I 13-14- 9 . 40 40 68.M I lie All persons and corporations Interested In said lands are hereby notlllcd that they ore required by law to upirear within four weeks and make defense to said suit, or the same will be tiikcn for confessed, and final judgment will be entered directing the sale of said lands for the ivuiuose of collecting .salil luxes, together payment of interest, penally und costs allowed by law Tills 10th day of April, 1931. J. T. Coston, Attorney. H. L. GAINES, v Chancery Court Clerk, By Elizabeth Blylhe, U, C. GRASSY LAKE & TYRONZA DRAINAGE PLAINTIFF, VS. DISTRICT NO. 0, All persons and corporations intereited in said laads an k notlllcd that they arc required by law to appear, within four %<*k* and make defense to said, suit, or the same will be taken fOt:«p: fcsscd, and final judgment will be entered directing the'sale oi Hid lands for the purpose ol collecting jald.t»xe«, together with tbe'jfyi mem of Interest, penalty and costs allowed by law. • -i .This lOlli day of Apill, 1931. ' J. G. Coslon, Attorney. B. L. GAINES, .1 Chaucery Couit'Ofcrfc. By Elizabeth. Blyttoe,'.D, 0- 11.86 14.82 13.19 13.19 13.19 13.19 14.95 2.81 5.82 22.44 2.31 15.34 10.32 10.32 10.14 10.14 10.14 10.14 .90 10.01 10.02 14.43 8.06 9.95 9.95 9.95 9.D5 12.7G 12.76 12.70 12.10 11.08 11.08 11.08 11.08 9.91 10.40 .38 7.28 5.09 5.09 5.09 5.09 7.29 12.45 3.32 5.21 5.18 10.31 10.31 10.31 10.31 8.32 7.90 7.91 1.91 10.63 CERTAIN LANDS, AND J. W. WHISTLE, ET AL., DEFENDANTS. UKAINAGK NOTICE All persons having or claiming an interest in any of the following Ucsciibcd lands, nrc hereby noltncd that suit Is pending In Ihe Chancery Court ol the Chicknsawba District of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain drainage taxes on the subjoined list of lands, each supposed owner having been sel opposite his or her or Its lands, together with (he amounts severally due Horn each, to-wll: SUB-DISTRICT NO. 4 OP GRASSY LAKE & TYRONZA DRAINAGE DISTRICT NO. 9. PLAINTIFF ' . ' • • vs. ; CERTAIN LANDS, AMD H. P. LI3TON, ET AL., DEFENDANTS; DRAINAGE NOTICE ',. All persons having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands, arc hereby notified that suit la pending In the Chancery Court of the- Clilckawwba District of Mississippi Couply, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of certain drainage taxes ion Hie subjoined list of lands, each supposed owner having-'been, set opposite his or her or Its lands, togeiher with the amounts ternary due from end), to-wlt: > Nome PI. of Sec. n 0 & p ]f & <J to S, X cj H Name Ft. of Sec. I 5.34 16. G4 26.03 10.21 9.33 10.01 10.01 7.70 4.164.16 9.50 4.09 6.66 7.90 8.32 8.32 2.93 3.12 1.04 3.33 3.33 C.66 6.06 6.41 6.41 8.12 8.12 3.12 8.12 6.66 8.12 8.12 8.12 8.12 2.55 4.1C 4.16 W, A. Whistle N of 11 SW 13-14- 0 Bob Veach NE SW 27-14. o Bob Veach SE SW 27-14- 0 H. S. Wray NE SK -12-14-10 II. S. Wray NW SE 12-14-10 II. P. Liston NE SE 13-14-10 H. P. Llslon NW SE 13-14-10 H. P. Ltston SE SE 13-14-10 H. P. Listen SW SE 13-14-10 Garner tt Chrlslman All orlg Sur NE 1-14-11 Garner k Chrislman E 15.42 A Lot i NW 1-14-11 Garner & Christmnn Lot 5 SE 1-14-11 W. M. Taylor Est. E 105.43 A Of NE 2-14-11 Amanda Taylor S 12.35 A of W. 24.1 A. SW NE 2-14-11 W. M. Taylor Est. W 63 A N'.i NW 2-14-11 W. M. Taylor Esl. SE NW 2-14-11 W. M. Taylor Est. SW NW 2-14-11 Love B. Adams NE SE 2-14-11 Love B. Adams NW SF. 2-14-11 Love B. Adams SE SE 2-14-11 Love B. Adams SW SE 2-14-11 Louis Lendennio NW SE 3-14-11 Ira Crawford NW NE 10-14-11 Ira Crawford SW NE 10-14-11 Soulhwcst Jt. Stock Land Bank Lot 5 NE 10-14-11 Pauline Driver Jnsper NE NE 17-14-11 Pauline Driver Jnsper NW NE 17-14-11 Pauline Driver Jasper SE NE 17-14-11 Pauline Driver Jasper SW NE 1T-U-11 Pauline Driver Jasper NE SE 17-14-11 Paulino Driver Jnsper NW SE 17-14-11 Pauline Driver Jasper SE SE 17-14-11 Pauline Driver Jasper SW SE 17-14-11 H. P. Liston NE SW 18-H-ll H. P. Liston NW SW 18-14-11 H. P. Liston SE SW 18-14-11 H. P. Liston SW SW 18-14-11 Bankers Mortgage Co. NE SW 4-14-12 Bankers Mortgage Co. NW SW 4-14-12 Bankers Mortgage Co. NE SE 5-14-12 Bankers Mortgage Co. -NWSE 5-14-12 Bankers Mortgage Co. SE SE 5-14-12 Bankers Mortgage Co. . SW SE 5-14-12 Helen Frances Buchanan E of L Frl. NE 6-14-12 W. M. Taylor Esl. Frl. NE SE 6-14-12 NW SE N'.i S'i SE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NW NW SW NW NE SE W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Esl. W. M. Taylor Esl. W. M. Taylor Est. W. M. Taylor Est. M. F. Brownies M. F. Brownies Charles Abbott Charles Abbott F. A. Robinson SE SE E 2-3 Eli NW 34 3.54 v-arncd to appr.ir in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District County. Arkansas (30) days nml an- r.wcr (he complaint of the plain- till. Pansy Heard. Witness my hand as Clerk of said of Mississippi | within thirty llth day of April. 1931. R." L. GAINES. Clerk, By Elizabeth Blythc, D. C. Marcus Evrard. Atty. Art Lilcm. of the old mavriacc by purchase. The trousseau, too. goes wandering back to one of the virginal forests for its history. People were nc.l much concerned with clothes at that time but girl had to bring a duwcry to her husband, even when he bought her. Thir> dov.ery consisted of anything in which her lather had his wcallh. Today nil she has to bring is enough clothes lo last (ill the season is over. All sorts of beliefs attend the wealing of the first wedding veil. One thing is certain. Women in many lauds weren't allowed to let their husbands see their faces until alter the wedding ceremony. Veils helped them'manage this. So whether the veil stands for incie- ptndence or submission. It has a modest oullook. Thosr. Golden Applrs Orange blossoms were originally iclicled as a bridal flower because ihfy represent good luck and hap- plncw. Some people think that an ovar.fic was the golden apple which Jupiter, king of the Ro.nnn gods, gave Ji:no on their wedding !> day.' | Sam Mar.att, Tolay brides throw their bou- Atty. Ad Lltem. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. J. H. Ball J. H. Ball Joe Carr Leroy Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Ccurl, and ihe seal thereof thlsJMrs. John M. Taylor \frs. John M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor • I AVAKXIM; ORDER CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT. MISSISSIPPI 'COUNTY. ARKANSAS. Corrine Collie, Plaintifl. No. -1933 vs. Jessie Lee Collie. Defendant. The defendant. Jessie Ix:e Collie. is warned to appear within Ihirly days in the courl named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Corrine Col lie. Dated 4-11-31. R. L. GAINES. Clerk, By Elizabeth Blythe, D. C. NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE NE SW NW SW SE SW SW SW NE NW NW NW NE SE NW SE SE SE SE SE SW SE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW . . Mrs. W. M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor Tlios. E. Thompson Est Lot 5 SE SE Thos. E. Thompson Est L 4 SW SE Thos! E. Thompson Est All oris; sur SW Thos. E. Thompson Est L 1 NW SW Thos. E. Thompson Est L 3 E'.'j SW Thos. E. Thompson Est L 2 SW SW Joe Carr Leroy Joe Carr Leroy Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Arlena Hires Arlena Hires Arlena Hires Arlena Hires Arlena Hires NE NE SE NE W 5 A. NW NF. W 5 A. SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW SE SE SW BE NE SW NW SW SE SW 24-15-12 24-15-12 26-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 29-15-12 30-15-12 30-15-12 11-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 32-15-12 32-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 40 40 23 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 2.03 23.09 41.29 27.91 45.80 42.41 40 40 5 5 40 40 40 40 4fi 40 40 40 40 .11 2.33 .38 8.14 8.14 8.14 8.12 12.17 12.17 12.17 12.17 4.1G 4.16 11.21 6.66 11.21 8.52 7.90 9.90 0.90 9.90 9.90 .15 5.88 24.83 16.52 27.10 25.10 12.01 12.01 1.53 1.56 11.94 11.94' 11.94 11.94 11.29 11.29 13.13 13.13 13.13 Intl. Bank in St. Louis W 1-3 EVj NW F. A. Robinson NE SW A. G. Little NW SW A. G. Little SW SW A. G. Little SE SF. A. G. Little SW SE A. G. Little SE SW Myrtle Bo-irland NE NE Mrs. D. M. Culler NE NE E. H. Caldwel! E 46 A. E'.-i SE Mrs. G. G. Tucker SE NW J. B. Clark NE SW Bankers Mortgage Co. NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co. SE SE Bankers Mortgage Co. SW SE J. A. Skinner N'.i S!= NW NE Chas. Harrington S 30 A. NE NW Chas. Harrington N 10 A. SE NW Mrs. John M. Taylor S'4 SE SE Mrs. John M. Taylor S'.» SW SE Mrs. John M. Taylor NE SW Mrs. John M. Taylor NW SW Mrs. John M. Taylor SE SW Mrs. John M. Taylor SSV SW Southwest Jt. Stock Land Bank Except 1 A insn. NE cor NE SF. S'west Jt. Slock L. Bank NW SE S'west Jt. Slock L. Bank SB SE S'wcst Jt. Stock L. Bank N 34 A. 5V! S'wcst Jt. Stock L. Bank SW SW John M. Taylor All W of L SE Wiley Bros. NE SE Wiley Bros. NW SE Wiley Bros. SE SE Wiley Bros. SW SE Wiley Bros. NE SW Wiley Bros. NW SW Wiley Bros. SE SW Wilty Bros. SW SW J. H. Ball NE NW J. H. Ball NW NW Joe Carr Leroy ,N'E SE Jce Carr Leroy NW Sfi Joe Carr Leroy SE SE John M. Taylor SE SK John M. Taylor SW SE Mrs. W. M. Taylor NE NW Mrs. W. M. Taylor NW NW Mrs. W. M. Taylor SE NW Mrs W. M. Taylor SW NW Thomas E. Thompson Est. All orig. surv. SW SE 6-14-12 6-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 7-14-12 36-15-10 3G-15-10 1-15-11 1-15-11 13-15-U 13-15-11 13-15-U 13-15-11 13-15-U 14-15-11 14-15-11 14-15-11 24-15-11 25-15-11 27-15-11 28-15-11 28-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 30-15-11 33-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 35-15-11 23-15-11 23-15-12 23-15-12 23-15-12 24-15-12 20-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 28-15-12 29-15-12 20-15-12 23-15-12 29-15-12 23-15-12 30-15-12 30-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 31-15-12 69.50 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 100.44 16.42 32 105.43 12.35 63 39.93 39.92 40 40 40 40 40.83 40.73 40.13 32 40 40 40 •10 40 40 40 40 40 47.47 40 47.02 40 40 40 40 40 40 3S.93 25.GO 40 30.80 40 4040 40 40 40 40 40 53.33 20.66 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 40 46 40 40 40 40 40 9.9i 30 10 20 20 40 40 40 40 39 40 40 34 40 28 •10 40 40 40 40 40 40 -10 •SO 40 40 40 40 40 •10 40 40 40 •10 14.88 14.34 14. -11 •27.9D 21.50 27.93 27.90 27.90 27.90 46.34 3.57 5.81 63.43 6.46 37.67 18.60 18.60 ,21.39 21.39 21.39 21.39 27.90 27.06 21.06 14.51 27.37 27.371 27.37 27.37 27.37 27.37 27.37 27.37 30.33 30.33 30.33 30.33 21.29 21.29 18.13 18.13 18.13 18.13 7.25 11.90 11.9C 11.97 18.13 16.13 18.13 18.13 2(1.07 2C.07 21.76 21.76 ss.ca 19.31 18.13 18.13 31.62 21.76 21.76 18.13 9.07 11.16 35.03 14.83 18.13 26.04 26.04 27.90 6.39 0.00 i 2.37 8.37 8.37 25.42 25.42 2li.32 23.32 1.00 7.25 7.25 5.62 5.20 1.32 27.90 27.90 27.90 27.83 21.90 27.93 27.90 27.90 16.74 16.74 • 33.48 13.02 25.48 8.37 8.37 23.57 23.57 23.57 23.57 II. S. Wrny H. S. Wray II. P. Liston II. P. Liston H. P. Liston H. P. Liston NE SE NW SE . NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE NW Garner A Chrislman E 15.42 A. Lot 1 Garner A: ChrlstniMi ' Lot 5 SE Amanda Taylor S 12.35 A of W 24.1 A. SW NE W. ]M. Taylor Bit., SE NW Love B. Adams ' NE SE Love B. Adams NW SE Love B. Adams SE SE Love B. Adams SW SE Louis Leiidennle NW SE Ira Crawford NW NE ' Ira Crawford . SW NE Pauline Driver Jasper NE NE PiuiUne Driver Jasper NW NE Pauline Driver Jnsper SE NE Pauline Driver Jasper SW NE Pauline Driver Jas|«r • NE SE Pauline Driver Jasper NW SE Pauline Driver Jasper SE SE Pauline Driver Jnsper SW SE II. P. Liston NE SW II. I'. Llslon NW SW H. P. Llslon SE SW H. P. Llslon SW SW Bankers Morlgagc Co. NE SW Bnnkers Mortgage Co. NW SW Bankers Mortgage Co. SE SW Bankers Mortgage Co. SW SW Bankers Mortgage Co. NE SE Bankers Mortgage Co. NW SE Bankers Mortgage Co. SE SE Bunkers Mortgage Co. SW SE C. A. Rodgcrs Lots 1 & 2 NE Helen Frances Buchanan E of L Frl NE W. M. Taylor Est. Frl. NE SE W. M. Taylor Est. NE NW W. M. Taylor Est. NW NW W. M. Taylor Est. SE NW W. M. Taylor Est. SW NW If. F. Brownlee NW H\V M. F. Brownlee SW NW Charles Abbott ••'" • NE SE Charles Abbott SE SE E. H. Caldwell E 46 A. ol Eli SE , Mrs. G. G. Tucker . SE NW J. B. Clark NE SW Bankers Mtg. Co. NE SE Bankers Mtg. Co. SE SE Bankers Ml. Co. SW SE J. A. S!:lnncr Nit SM NW NE Chas. Harrington N 10 A. SE NW Chns. Harrington S 30 A. NE NW Garner & Chrislman NE NE Garner & Christman NW NE Garner & Christman SE NE Garner & Christmon SW NE Garner & Christman NE SE Garner & Christman NE NW Gnrncr fc Christman NW NW Garner & Christman SE NW Garner <fc Christman SW NW Southwest Joint Stock Land Bank Except 1 A. Sq. NE cor. NE SE S'west Jt. Stock L. Bank NW SE S'west Jt. Slock L. Bank SE SE S'west Jt. Stock L. Bank SW SE C. J. Little N ot RE 7.5 A. of SE SW S'west Jt. Stock L. Bank NW SW S'wcst Jt. Stock L. Bank SW SW John M. Taylor All W of L SE Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Joe Carr Leroy Wiley Bros. Joe Carr Leroy • John M. Taylor John M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor Mrs. W. M. Taylor NE SE NW SE SE SE SW SE NE SW NW SW EE SW SW SW NE SE NW SE SE SE SE SE SW SE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW Thomas E. Thompson Est. Lot 5 SE SE 31-15-12 Thomas E. Thompson Esl. Lot 4 SW SE 31-15-12 Joe Carr Leroy Joe Carr Leroy Wiley^ Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Wiley Bros. Arlena Hires Arlena Hires Arlena Hires Arlena Hires J. N. Tliomason J. N. Thomason J. N. Thomason J. N. Thomason J. N. Thomason J. N. Thomason NE NE SE NE A. NW NE A. SW NE NE NW NW NW SE NW SW NW NE SW NW SW SE KW SW SW NE NE NW NE SE NE SW NK NW SE SW SE Frl 31-15-12 32-15-12 32-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-15-12 33-13-12 33-1.V12 33-15-12 34-1J-I2 34-15-12 34-15-12 34-15-12 31-15-12 34-15-12 41. 2D 40 40 40 40 •:o 40 40 <IO 40 40 40 •;o 33 32 20 40 34.32 2.V02 2:1.02 4.19 4.19 33.48 33.48 33.43 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.48 33.43 30.55 30.55 30.55 2G.17 7.3S 13.39 .n 4.02 2.04 14.13 14.13 14.13 14.13 21.06 ,21.06 21.06 21.06 19.41 11.53 . 10.41 7.30 6.84 7.18 1.16 7.16 7.16 1.29 10.18 20.79 20.79 • 3.70 2.70 : 20.65 '. 20.65 20.;e5 20.65 20.65 19.SS 22.72 23.72 23.72 22.12 : 14.37 14.27 14.2? 12.00 3.75 The following lands assessed In Sub-Dbl. No. 2 ol Drainage Disl. No. 9. J. W. Whlslle W of B NE SW 13-11- 9 20 5.S5 Joe Corr Leroy NE NE 32-15-12 40 ' Jce Carr Leroy SE NE 32-15-12 40 Wiley Bros. W 5 A. NW NE 33-15-12 5 Wiley Bros. W 5 A. SW NE 33-15-12 I Wiley Bros. NE NW 33-15-12 40 Wiley Bros. NW NW 33-15-12 40 Wiley Bros. SE NW 33-15-12 40 Wiley Bros. SW NW 33-15-12 40 Arlcni Hires SE SE .33-15-12 .40 Arlenn Hires SW SE 33-15-12 40 Arlcm Hires NE SW 33-15-12 40 Arlena Hires NW SW 33-15-12 40 Arlena Hires SE SW 33-15-12 40 Arlena Hires SW SW 33-15-12 40 H. N. Thomason NE NE 34-15-12 40 H. N. Thompson NW NE 34-15-12 40 H. N. Tliomason SE NE 34-15-12 38 H. N. Thomason SW NE 34-15-12 33 J. T. Johnson NW cor. NW NW 35-15-12 10 St. Louis & San Francisco R. R. Marie Line from the'East and West quarter Section line of Section 27, Township 15 , North, Range lit East, to the South line of Section 33, Township 14 N. Range 11 East ; r 75jOO St. Louis and San Francisco R.IR. Jonesboro, Lake. City <fc Eastern Div. Main line east ot\J31ytheville from, :the (east, section line of Section 15, Township.15 N., Rahgei II B.'.ho . the East section line of Seclion 16, Township 15 N.,'Riinge' 12 E .. 18.15 All persons and corporalions interested In said lands are hereby notified that they are required by law to appear within lour weeto and make defense to said suit, or the same will be Uken for confessed, and final judgment will be entered directing the; sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting: said taxes, togethu *ith tits ] payment of inlerest, penally and cosls allowed by law. I This 10th day of April, 1931. J. T. COolon, Attorney. ' i.... ...v Court Clerk, l>y Ljuibeth Bijtb*, p. a

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