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V . Awmhle for the Tlnne ) Tuesday Nhjlit. ' fllVflea Ratalfv's fHflv.l A the members ot the olty coun cil Vara present at tfb council meet' (at hurt night., ' The right of way of tb ilorm water Mftr through the Roek Island property wu toft to the new -commissioners. Th etorm wa tei wvtr right of. way tauwigh the farm ot J. W. Fengal.. Red. B. Geoffrey and J. D. Shepherd wu granted. .'::'"';' ,-' '-: Ordinances for storm water sewer bonds and paving bonds were adopt- The adjusting of the grade - In frost of the Hodge building was ap proved. ' v Hie dumping of trash in the ditch on North Vine was left to the new commlcelonerm,' The meeting was then adjourned and the council' sat as a board of equalization and canvassed the rotes of the last election , The Official vote wan: Mayor, Hurd 720, Nichols 651, Humphrey ' SS, Huffman 74; commissioners, Mat- teson 884, Forney 854 : schoqlboard. Howe 816, Ackers 776, White 787; Shocker, school treasurer 804. FOUR WE HE ARRHSTED They Would Not Obey Quarantine Rules at Solomon. Solomon, April 8. Chas. Powers, Wm. Craig and Henry Hale were ar rested for breaking quarantine con trary to the orders of the health officer In a small pox case. They gave bond for appearand April IS TO HELP THE BAND. Central and Free Attractions Flan- aed for April 87-89. M. L. Dobklns will reorganise the band Monday night. It ia planned to held a three (Ivors' carnival or street fair in Abilene on Aprfl 17, 28 and 28 for the benefit of the hand, pn the' 29th the monthly market day will be held and two balloons will race on this date. C. B. Green will furnish the shows and free attrac tions, Will Locate In Saline. Tit, E. L. Enochs far some time past a prominent physician at Great Bend will locate In Sallna soon. Dr. Enochs formerly lived at Abilene and' Is the son-in-law of J. 8. Schiveley. Mr. Bverly Read. Mr. Everly, the father of Mrs. Par menter died Wednesday at the Par menter home in Solomon, The fun eral was held Friday morning at 10 o'clock and the body was taken to Junction City . for interment. , Mr. Casaat' Is Dead. Mrs. Mary T. Cassat, wife of Sam . net. Casaat, aged 72 yearsv died at the Cassat home on West Eighth street !rly this morning after a short limes. ' She leaves a husband and i' tout children,-' Mrs. ; Clara Bwordi, Florin, Pa.- E. J. and Calf M. Cassat and Blanche Caasat, Abi lene. . Mrs. Cassat was one Ot Abl- lene's oldest residents. The funeral services were held at two. o'clock Monday afternoon at the Lutheran church, Rev. W, H. Schrock officiat ing. A Clear Brain and healthy body are essential tors uocess. '. Business men, teachers, students, housewives, and other workers say Hood's Sar eaparilla gives them appetite and strength, and makes their work seem easy. It -overcomes that tired teel tng. Frank Tyler's Teasa Won. The Harvard debating team on waits Frank Tyler, was the third speaker, won Its debate with Tale at Cambridge, Mass., last week. The question was: Resolved that all elective state officers should be nominated by a direct vote ot the people. Harvard had the negative. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Merrwry. as mercury will surely destroy the Mnse of smell and completely de range the whole system when enter ing It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should never be used except on prescription from reputa ble physicians, as the damage they will do Is ten fold to the good too can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manafactured by F. . Chenel A- Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and la take internally, I acting directly upon the blood and wurous surfaces ot the system. In baying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sore yeu get the genuine. It Is takes ll- tem&iiy and made I Toledo. Ohio by V. 1. Cheney 4 Co. . Testimonials tree. fohj by druggists, price Tic per o!!. Tse Hall's Fsoiny Pills for eoe- t;gauon. Children Cry 1AGTORIA mniva tmnc in fini.n TO KANSAS OIXV BIVER. Tom Close Penuaently at 10 o'clock This Evening i' r. n. Crooks has sold hie store to irfk Raf forty ot Kansas City, trad ing; It for . farm In North Dickin son. The doors will be eiosea aner nniht'a arada and buyers who have aay more purchases to make should ur Crooks will after 26 years merchandising here and let Solomon take a rest and then will pronaniy . intn business in Hutchinson where lira nmnks has a prosperous millin ery store. His removal fronVAM- business life will he regretted by all. Clean, square and anreaat .ith the times. Mr. Crooks had the and confidence ot the city and county and baa made a record of which he may weB be proua. BEWARE OF THE SHERIFF. No Way of Escaping Him Now After Committing Crime. Tes. beware of the sheriff. That is. do not run from him when he cries "halt" or you will probably Millet boring its way turougu nmA nart of your body. Sheriff Jack Young and Deputy Sherin ner man nractlce almost daily with their pistols and It Is said the bull's eye la nluaaed Quite frequently. Mr. Young also baa a pair or line hlnodhounds that are full of ambi tion. In fact, they have to be given an airing several times each ween Some friend of the sheriff who lives Sand Borings crawl out of the h.ck window of his home ana steaiui ly makes bis way along the Smoky hiu for a mile and then seeks a lodging place In some high tree. The doss are put on his trail ana It Is very seldom that they fall to track their prey. Hn all ve that steal, bootleg or are law breakers of any description. would better depart from Dickinson county. It Is a wealthy hunt'ng ground for your class no more, JOHN DICKSON SHOT HIMSELF. Accidental Discharge of Shotgun Says Coroner's Jury. Junction City. April 8. Coroner H. C. Hannah empaneled a Jury yes terday afternoon to Inquire Into the cause of the death of John Dickson, the 26Vvear-oJd farmer who was found dead on his place Wednesday afternoon. The verdict was that the deceased was killed by the accidental discharge of his shotgun, which was found beside him. . Mr, Dickson naa been in the habit of taking his gun to the creek where he was cutting wood and yesterday morning he had shot one teal duck and laid this near the woodpile. No doubt the flock of ducks from which this one had been killed, circled and came back, and when Dickson reached for his gun to try another shot. - the trigger was caught on a stick and the gun was discharged. ' There were no witnesses to . the accident. When a medicine must be given to young children it should be pleas ant to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is made from loaf sugar, and the roots used in its prepara tion give it a flavor similar to ma ple syrup, making it pleasant to take. It has no superior tor coins, croup and whooping cough. For sale by all dealers. . : SHIFTING SOIL. Real Estate Transfers Reported by it. E. Keel, Abstractor. Chas. Whitley and wife to Eleonora M. Shockey, lot 2, Sixth Street, Hall and Whitley's add, 150. R. B. Brlney and wife to Beth Bar ber, lots 8, 9, 0 and W 1-8 T, blk 1, Briney's add Talmage, 1227.50. Caroline Hiser to John E. Roar, lot , blk it. K. H. add Abileie, 81800. Ellas Woodbura and wife to W.'HIam Woodbufh, lot 8, blk I, K, i U add Abilene. $1. Ellas Wood burn and wife to Wll !am Woodburn, lot 18 and west 18 ft lot 19. blk 23, K. t H. sdd Abilene, 81. Ellas Wooubarn an wife to William Woodbarn lots 22 and 2?, blk 24, If, H add Abilene, 81. Kllaa Woodburn and wife to William Woodburn, let (, blk 1. Wahl'e sub. of part yt sw It 16-11-1. 1 Marion F. Aumlller and wife to Gar field C. Loyd, e t& sw and se K (part of) 2-lt-l. .tliuo John W. Brabaker and wife to An drew A. Walker, a sw K 8.-14-. 24S00. Lorraso L. Craltt aad wife to Mary . A. Crain tot 2 and a : 19 ft. lot 4 blk 9, Sbeeran's 2rt) add Cbap- mixn. Il ia easef of rheumatism relief from paia nukes sleep aad rent poaaible. This ney be obtained by applying ChassiwSt'.ii s Uuimeat For aaie by an apft,-rm. ib cu.:: t xc,z.:i a t:.: i Solomon Woman Voted at Hia A z-i -.' of 103 Tears. ' "';. How many Kansas citizens, at the age of 100 years, voted at Joe recent spring -elections f ' ,"; If the person investigating ; this for an answer made every town pt Solomon, ' the answer would . m v-. I pronaniy oe nmn. r . (Aninmon thin year claims i record for the Oldest voter. Theitty election wu held Monaay, ana mra. ripiflnll waa among those who voted. When Mrs. Driscoll. who is acme and anrr. and appears, to be about nit or 70 years of age, called for ballot, the Judge naturally lootea nvr the books to see it She was reg istered. Yes, she was. Here Is What the ludae found: "Mrs. Driscoll, aged 102 years." , . , Mrs Driscoll may not be the old- a( resident In Kansas,, but It Is afa bet that she is the oldest voting resident of Kansas. She says she intends to vote neat year, and every year, as long as she lives. Rnlomon lacks a great deal ot be ing the biggest town in the state, but thla year it challenges any city, town, county, village or hamlet to produce a voter aged 102 years pr over. . Solomon believes It holds the record. . ROSS BEACH IS MARSHAL. Solomon's New Mayor Makes Ap pointment. Solomon. Anril 7. The mayor alect of Solomon. Fred Brownngg haa made the appointments for the office of city clerk and city mar- anal. He anoointed Rom Beach marshal for the next two years and George Bpauldlng as city clerk. These two men are well known in Solo mon and they are both well fitted for the offices to which they have been appointed. . GRANT MACE KILLED. Team Frightened at Auto Became Unmanegable. Grant Mace, brother of Jim Mace manager of the McLean Dry Goods store at Herlngton, was killed in a runaway at Halstead. Kansas, last Thursday morning. Mr. Mace had finlahed nlowlnz a garden patch for a neighbor and had started home when his team became frightened at an automobile. The animals became unmanageable and ran off, throwing Mr. Mace from the wagon on bis head, the wagon passed over him. killing blm almost instantly. He was 42 years of age and unmarried. Jim Moca attended the funeral. This is the second violent death In the Mace family, another brother being killed in a railway accident a few years ago. ' .' J. Mace and family formerly lived at Abilene and are well known here. THIS PEEPER GOT HIS. Otto Schader, a Paper Hanger, Caught r , ' f ; In tlie Act. Otto Schroder, paper hanger at Hubbard's, was caught playing Jack the Peeper act last night at Marshal Engle's home and is now In mourn ing. Mrs. Engie saw him peeking In the windows and telephoned to her husband. He came home and the man wu still there. Generously refraining from' putting a bullet through him Mr. Engle simply gave him a first class pounding that Bade him W)k like a well massaged piece of beef neak and then put him in Jail charged with being drunk and disorderly. This morning he wu fined f IB and costs and paroled un til be earns money to pay the fine. The despicable action la one repul sive to every community and SChrad er shorld be thankful ho got off so easily. It ia supposed that he Is the man who has been doing the peep ing act In other parts ot town. He hu a family which is thus humiliated and haa disgraced himself. "Our baby cries for Chamber- laln s Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B. Kendrick, Rasara. Ga.. "It is the best cough remedy on the mar ket for coughs, colds and croup." For sale by ail dealers. "I have been somewhat costive. but Doaa'a Regulets gave J net the results desired. They act mildly and reguiaie the bowels perfectly." George B. Krauae, ,808 Walnut Ave.', Atioona, t'a. Many Children Are Sickly. Mother G nay's Sweet Powders for children break np eohU la 14 hours. relieve feverishaese. headache, atom ach troubles, teething disorders aad destroy worms. At all druggists 15c Sample mailed free. Address Allen 8. Olmatead, Le Roy, N. Y. Children Ory C A G T O f 11 A ,?,r. and Mrs. William Rowe Cele brated Goiilen Wedding. MfJ and Mm. William Rowe of nnino. narenta at District' Clerk W. S. Rowe and of Mrs. R. H. Seeds celebrated their golden wedding an niversary April I.,,. William Rowe and Mary Jane Ton kin were married to Ducktown, Tenn Anrll 8. 1881. From there they moved to Illinois In 116. They came to Kansas In 1978. settling a farm near Dillon, later moving to town. .' Five children were born tn. them. At the anniversary ell the children were- present: Mr. and Mrs. Jamea Rowe and ton, DeKaio m.! W. J. Rowe, Mrs. Robert H. Beads. Abilene: Miss Mary Rowe, Hope; Mrs. hi J. Smith, Council Bluffs. Iowa.. An elegant 7 o'clock dinner wu served, the table being decorated witn orange nioaaoiiia auu amarlcan beauty roses, a gift from friends In California. It wu a family reunion long to be remembered and good wishes and many handsome gifts were extended the host and hostess. " DOINGS IN SOCIETY. Miss Ethel Thayer and Miss Mar guerite Cuthbert were hostesses Tues day evening to the Coterie which met at Miss Cuthbert's home on West Third street. The evening was .devoted to literature. Miss Mar guerite Cuthbert gave a talk on Margaret HIU McCarter; Miss Beat rice Nixon on Florence L. Sno; Miss Reba Worley on Cora G. Lewis and Mlsa Jennie Parent on Esther Clark and in the course of nor ad dress she rerd a pe-son.il letter from MIbs Clark. Refreshments wore (erred. ',''.' Mrs. C. C. Wyandt pleasantly en tertained 12 guest at the first of a series of luncheons at ber home on North Buckeye yesterday noon. A five course luncheon wu served. after which. "500" was played. Mrs. E. H. Forney winning tno prize. The h. use was decorated w.'.U pink sweet ens. The Twentieth Century club meets with Mrs. W A. Stacey Monday af ternoon. Mrs. J. E. Brewer will road a paper on "Italians In Amer-J tea." Lesson reviews , will bo led by Mrs. Peters. Music will be. fur-. nlshed by the hostess and oral ac counts of the achievements- of Car uso, by Mrs. Van Ostrand, Marconi, bv Miss Mustard and' Duke of Ab- ruii by Mrs. Conklln will be given. F '- i - 1 , -; Obituary. Emma M. Morton was born In Mayton, Lancaster county, Pennsyl vania. July 14. 1837. She waJ mar ried to John A, Eagle Nov. 19, 1857- Four children were oorn 10 wis un ion, two of whom died in childhood and John M. of Elkhart, Indiana, and Miss Ella of this place survive. They came to Abilene In 1884 and have resided here ever since. " Mr. Eagle died April 1st, 1911, after an illness of five years. ' May ,ahe rest In' peace. V. ' Card of Thanks. ' ' To all the neighbor and friends who so kindly assisted and sympa thized with us In onr recent bereave ment we wish to extend our sincere thanks. J. A. -Eagle and daughter. Lame shoulder Is nearly always due to rheumatism of the muscles and quickly yields to the free appli cation of Chamberlain's binimem. For sale by all dealers. DINNERS FOR fiO CENTS. Good meals at the National Hotel. . , ' 8w-tf Any skin. Itching is a temper-tes ter. The more you scratch the worse It ltohea. Doan's Ointment cures piles, csenM any skin Itching. At all drug stores. .". Lash-Ketcbersld. At high twelve Monday, at the home ot the bride's mother in Alva, Oklahoma, occurred the marriage of Miss Margaret May Laah to Napo leon B. Ketchersid ot Canton, Okla homa,. Mr. Ketchersid Is a banker of Canton, Oklahoma, eon of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ketchersid ot Hope. n.uuM, la nnl tiallnnal ailtnent. anWk WnaA Rlttara ia the national cure for H. It strengthens stomach namhnna nrninmM now OE Ci- gaatlve luieea. nurtfies the . blood. buims yon mp. ... . . Ladies Can Wear Shoes - one also smaller by using Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder for swollen. Under, aching eet. It makes walking a delight, relieve corns and bunions of all pain, and given rest aad comfort Bold everywhere. 85c Don't accept any substitute. Sample 9ra. Address A Ilea 8. Olmatead Le Roy. N. T. ' I A specifle for Ufa IV. Thomas' tVlwt.e Oil. elroftge cheapest lin- imBt ever daiad. - A household riMiy la America tor IS yervrs, .UCTIOnEEC gars Balas a 0uclalty-' .y Satlaraetlea gaanuMead. . : . Beetef ermaeeaflvea. letl Brawa pkoae Me. lilt, or afdreM Abl . laae. Kansas. . Aug.1! Date book eaa be sees at Shocked, Laadaa AMIeae, , . . ..'. CM IVQULD If That Would Help Bring About Peace in Mexico, FILL HIS PLACE FROM CABINET He ia not Impressed With the Prom ises of Reforms Made by Presi dent Dial In His Msssage. Madero's Camp, Bustlllos Estate, Near Chihuahua, Mex., April 8. What be declared to be his ultimatum on the question of peace was delivered h. OVonM., I Mariarn. While Still Insisting President Dlu retire and the country be given a new election, Senor Madero said he was willing to resign as "provisional president" and If necessary would allow a provisional president to be selected from Dtu's cabinet. Tho iatuir nl Ssnor Madero's In terview was rather to discredit the possibility of Immediate peace. He iii bi ncar-fl overtures whatever had been received by him. He did not Intend to move camp towara tne hnrrtnf nf anywhere else with a view of receiving any peace commission. The report that his latner wu in 1ft mtsui land nranaring to enter the in- surrecto country to see him, Inter ested him, but would have no In fluence on his actions, be saia: H wss since the complete text of President Dial's message was ' re ceived In camp. As for the reforms promised in tne maaaaeef Senor Madero dismissed they with a smile, saying the prom ises were no more than rresiaeni rua had nreviouslv made. By per mission of both the federal au thorities and the Insurrectos, a special train flying a white flog wu run -out to Burllngtons' hacienda, 60 miles west of Chihuahua, Halfway out the luirraannnitant III met by Gen, Paa- cual Oroico and an escort of 100 In surrectos. HELP FOR THE POSTAL CLERKS Senator LaFolletts Has Interested Himself In That Claes of Gov . eminent Employes. w.hlnrtnn. Anrll 8. Following the Introduction of a resolution In the house providing for a probe In Post muter General Hitchcock's adminis tration, Senator LaFollette announced that be has Interested himself in the . a? tha railway mall clerks and has sddressed many hundreds of let ter to this class of postal employes r.iatiT in the department's action In opposing the organisation of thi clerks. '.; INDEPENDENCE FOR PHILIPPINES Representative C"ne Introduced Reao lutlon Looking to Shaking Loose ' From the Islands. Waahlnaton. April 8. Independ ence for Philippine islands as the only effectual method for putting a ,, An Jananese war rumors Is heing discussed among the Demo cratic members of congress. Follow ing a conference between William J. Rnan and Representative Ciine ot Indiana. Mr. Cllne has Introduced a resolution In the house providing, first th.i h United States declare Itself U to Its Intentions regarding the granting of Independence to tne rnu tpplnes, and second, that the state de partment ascertain whether the big nowers will agree to tne neutraliza tion of a Philippine republic. toe Jam Caught 130 Men. North Svdnev. B. C April 8. The steamer Harlaw wu caught In the fields of drifting Ice in the Gulf or Hi. tawrance and crushed to pieces. The 130 men on board escaped over the treacherous Ice Jam to BL Paul's tand. where they are being quarter, ed cut off from communication with the mainland except by wireless. Paid Last of Big Oil Fine. "Oklahoma City, Ok, April 8. The Waters-Pierce Oil company -paid 25, 000 u the third and last Installment ot the ine for violating the anti-trust law in a suit started two years ago by Attorney General West la Garfield eounty. " ' , Dever Mayor at Junction. Junction Cltyr April S. Themu Dever wu elected mayor at yester day' election by about 190 major ity. . Wanted Cattle o rnatare. Ia the Hoffman pasture ear Na varre. 80 head ot cattle wanted. In quire of Blagg Broa, phone Navarre aickaara. lidtriru EVEN RESIGN" Office of the County Treuorer.'BtcaH Inson County, Kansas, . Abilene, Kansas, April 1st, JJll." ' ' r-j NoUce la harabv girea that . the following Is list of lands, city and town lota, situated In the county of Dickinson and state of, Kansas, soM on the first day ot September, 110. . for the unpaid taxes ot 107, and unredeemed on the above date; coa-'1 taining name of persons to whom, ume were assessed, whenever such name appear on the assessment aad tax rolls, and the amount ot taxes due on each parcel, of land with In terest thereon calculated to and in cluding the 2nd day of September, 1911, and that unless snch lands and int. are redeemed on or before the said 2nd day of September, 1911, that being the last day of redemption al lowed by law, they will be subject - to deeds. ' F. W. MORSE, - County Treasurer. Q. L. MORSE, Deputy. Is . sa H. ' Book u nv (.. tt I 10 2 0 I 13 3 M 1-W ..''' , "' ( , '(" -. . i 13 3 1." 'Jl .3 30 37.11 U 3 80 18.33 13 3 18 7.38 M 3 13 T. 13 4 30 . 18 " 13 4 43 3-43 .13 '4 103 , 18.83 18 4 43 3.33 18 4 161 88.1 12 4 38 '7. 31 18 4 40 ll. 13 4 66 23.73 10 4 V 8 5-83 L. J. Campneil v nw nw 14 II derman com -: 80 ft ot H atone on s I . line of see, n 80 ft, e 160 ft. . a 10 ft, w , ff to beg.. . IT M. . Sheedy w 14 nw 14.... a. C.. pederlck SW cor ot w It "nw 14 C. Hoffman A Son w 12 a w la Ellen J!rwln a se Ellen Erwin U I 14 ..... Ellen Erwln iv vt ne ex 11 a in n U. ae 14 . . Ellen 'Erwin Ellen Erwin all nw h e a 8-10 a.'... Ellen ' Erwln pt lot 4.... Ellen Erwin pt lot 1 in nw 14 and pt of ne 14 nw u Ellen . Erwin una i-s un Flret National Punk a atrip of I n side of s 14 (24 rds wide) nrinuv'a A'Millon J. B. Hlgdon s 3. and n H 3. .63 .C8 8.68 .SI DIK , J '. BOLOMow crrr n u, Hall. -lot-J, mtn 1 M. V. B. Cale center 8 ft 41, Tnira at BANNER cirr Wm. Elliott lot 2S, blk 10.... ENTERPRISE! M. Benn all 3 s of R K ono pi . 4.88 4.34 M. Sinn pt 4 and' ail 3-14, blk 1 ' , ; HOPE CITT irk.,r.tnn Mr gwaVXe'B Add John Bruch, -l-1!.u'K.K-v 3.6 tienquenotb John Hoffman, lot T, 'k 1 23 l.lt R. m. jonnaon, - - - - CHAPMAN Bheeran's Fifth Jas. Sheeran, lpts 3, 7, 8, 3, 13 8.3 ma WOODBINE Woodbine TownCo.. lots 7( 8, Hennan Tyiir," lots'i,' Y. I. nik IT 3-15 33 - . HERINOTON W. B. Downing, all O. C. Houeton, lots 8, 10, blk M Ui. 'Mu'llin! ' lot V; ' blk SO ! .' 51.6 103,33 97.11 3.6T 3.38 8. O. Cooke, lota 3, 4. oik 40.. Pauline Wllaon, iota u, blk i"'-;';" VV Herlngton Town Co., loU 17, IT "i ...I '.'-i-V.W i 111 Samuel McManua, beg 83 ft e of tn bed of Lime Cr, nw along Cr to beg, blk 121 U. Baney, beg at ne epr lota 1. 8. w 0 ft, s 100 ft, e l a akA a a a avaaep nl br 1 71 . 34.18 11.1 11.44 Wm. Bcheneman lot w of Cr bin isi Creech' Addition Eliaabeth Rueh, lots 1, blk IS P. O. Dayton, iota i, , a K. 1'nmipa, iota a. , - blk 168. Luce Wilaon's t tnt- R V. hllr ITS Belle St. Amand. lota 1, 8, . 1, 1, ii, Dia iia ..r... hOmnaon's a L. Thompson, lota 3, 3, blk 1. Creech's" Second D. Lona-hafer, lou 13, 13, 17, 13, oik n ... Murray'! - w ii ia Kllr Dan Lee. lota' It, 14, II. II and I S II, Calkin's Vacated H Hankeraon, I ft, lota 1, 3, , blk 1,. ............... 11.44 . . 4.TI ... I , ' ' IV. ., W,M rirat National Bank, loU I, 4, 4, a, ), Vim. m. ............ ...... rTTT. iBtl.F.ME Mary W. White, lota 4, I. , blk ! ......,...... 33.3 Ku nay (i Hodge's A. U Tickers, tat 1. blk 18 81.3 Rica A Boeebrake'S L Baker Jr., eantar 18 8-8 ft lot S, blk It Labold A Plaher's Henry Shellhaaa, lot I. Cedar at Laboire Flrat F. H- Rtaanar 1 14 a let I ot Unit r.k. A' if at....... Ualraraltv Hatahla 1.31 I M .T fa Bvatt. lou IT. 8a, blk I.. ,11 Also the foliowinc described laada an)d on tha 3rd dav nf Bent.. 1ID7. for the unpaid taxea ot 1381, aad anreoeeBiea at publieation of tala notice. Henry Starr, lot 8, 21-11-1, 11 l-s acres. .