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Delinquent County .Tax List
Notice is hereby given that the following land and town lot lying in and being situated
1 tle County of Lowndes, State of Mississippi, will on Monday, the lit day of April, 1918, M
-?in(f the first Monday thereof,1 be sold at public outcry at the Court House door in the;
ity of Columbus, Miss., to satisfy all claims against the same for State and County taxes
:.r the year 1917 together with all damages and costs which have accrued against the same.
Signed,
JOHN B. WILLIAMS, Tax Collector.
MT. VERNON ROAD
ttillu Nash .. S. 1-2 N.E. 1-1 S.E. 1-4 &
N.E. 1-4 N.E. H S.E. 14
THE COMFORTER.
St. John
olumbus, Miss., March 10th, 1918.
Names of owners
Wiley Howard
Harriett Evans
Jim Green
Divisions of Sections
N. MAIN STREET.
I. M. Maer Pt Lots 4 and 5 Sq 9 4M)1
.10 S. Hale Lot 9 Sq 21 120
.'. VV. Symons Lot 10 Sq 21 1J0
... im Hannah Mid 1-3 Lot 7 Sq 23 30
.. .io Thompson . Pt. Lot 3 Sq 23 40
i. II. Keuton N.pt S.l-2 S.E. 1-4 Sq 72.. .".20
!ntker & Berger N.W. 1-4 Sq 75 480
...N.pt N.E. 1-4 Sq 87 1C0
...N.pt S.W. 1-4 Sq 102 ICO
...Pt. Lot 2 Sq. 107 240
Ceo Wilson N.pt S.E. 1-4 Sq 108 100
Eliza Davis Lot 13 Sq 112 80
Howard Irion Estate N.pt, S.E. 1-4 Sq 114 240
IJettie Tucker N.pt W.pt Lots 1 & 2 Sq 114 20
Sim Manning E.pt S.E. 1-4 Sq 116 80
Lb Lewis 45 ft. off W.skle Lot Sq 117 1 10
Hannibal Kyle Npt E. 1-2 N.E. 14 Sq 118 100
J. M. Coleman Pt. S. 1-2 Sq. 139 60
L. Richardson, Estate All frac. Sq 148 10
S. MAIN STREET
A. J. Vertate Pt. Lots 4 &5 Sq 2 ..-.. 800
A. B. Myrick S. 1-2 Lots 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10
Sq 18
BARRY'S SURVEY
McDonald E. 1-2, N.W. 1-4 Sq 15
S. Taxes ( 1. School County Disk 2 Printers C.& T.Dam.
F. Q.
Mary
A. R.
J. F.
.1400
80
Miller ....Pt. Lot 9 Sq i7 160
Dashiell
E.pt. N. R. R. Sq 40 ..
100
Alexander, Est. Lot 10 Sq 44 240
M.
A.
W.
W.
GRISBY AND HOPKINS SURVEY
Alice Fulgham Pt. Lot 5 Sq 18
MOORE'S SURVEY
W. Symons N.pt N.W. 1-4 Sq 1
R. Dashiell Lots 4 & 5 Sq 14
W. Fant, --S. E. 1-4 Sq 15
ROBERTSON ADDITION
J. Beatie, Est Lot 9 Sq 8
WILLIAMS ADDITION
Mrs. J. W. Richardson Lot, 6 Sq 1
Martha Thompson Lot 3 Sq 4
M. B. Tate ..Lot 7 & 4-5 15 Sq12
STINSON, STEPHENSON AND COX DIVISION
A. J. McDowell, Est Lots 1 & 2 Sq 5
W. A. Halbert Lot 11 Sq 9
N. E. Moore S. 1-2 Lot? 9 & 10 Sq 9
-COX ADDITION
Stevens Chappell Lot 1 Sq EO ...
E. W. Humphries -Lot 10 Sq M
Susan Richards N.pt. Lot 5 Sq Q
Florida Brothers All-frac. Sq R
McGowan & Hale All frac. Sq N
McCULLOUGH AND SHACKELFORD ADDITION
J. W. Smith, Est. Lots 15 & 16 Sq B
SHERRODS STONE PLANT ADDITION
W. A. Halbert ...Lot 6 Sq 14
SEVEN OAKS ADDITION
Spencer Wood Lot 6 Sq 3
MILLDALE
Miss Annie F. Busby Lot 4 Sq 3
W. F. Halbert ...Lot 5 Sq 3 ..
Wash Owen? Lot 8 Sq 5
King Smith Lot 1 Sq 5
DISTRICT 1 ROAD
40
40C
200
320
160
40
.80
120
160
40
40
80
48
80
10
10
40
40
40
Tax
4 JO
Id.-)
10".
2'i
35
420
liU
1 4 0
210
140
70
210
17
70
122
88
53
09
700
1225
70
140
88
210
35
i I )
:z
140
35
70
105
110
35
35
70
42
70
OS)
OS)
35
35
Tax Road Tax Fee
540 390 20
135 98 20
135 98 20
34 25 20
45 33. 20
585 423 liO
510 390 20
180 130 . 20
180 130 20
270 .. 195 20
ISO 130 20
90 65 20
270 195 20
23 16 20
90 65 20
158 ' 114 20
113 81 20
68 49 20
1 1 08 20
900 . 650 20
1575 1137 20
90 65 20
180 130 20
113 81- 20
270 195 20
45 33 20
450 ; 325 20
225 163 20
60 260 20 2.
t
180 130 20
45 33 20
90 65 20
135 130 20 I
1 Nil 130 20
45 33 20
45 33 20
!)0 65 20
54 39 20
90 65 20
11 08 20
11 08 20
45 33 20
45 33 20
45 33 20
11 08 20
1 1 08 20
45 ' 33 20
45 33 20
Dam.
3.C8
2.30
2.30
1.96
2.00
3.83
3.68
2.46
"2.46
2.76
2.46
2.15
2.76
1.92
2.15
2.3.8
2.23
2.08
1.89
22.18
7.08
7.08
3.31
3.73
23.86
22.18
8.76
8.76
J2.ll
8.76
5.40
12.11
2.88
5.40
7.92
ft. Sin
4.58
2.47
W. II. Sims
Matilda Colbert
B. M. Allen
Rebecca Hayden
Annie Supples
Unknown .
4.90 35.60
7.18 60.75
2.15
2.46
2.23
2.76
5.10
8.76
6.25
12.11
.00 3.73
& S.E. 14 S.E. 1-4
...S.pt S. E. 1-4
DISTRICT 2 ROAD
E. 1-2 N.W. 1.4 S.W. 14 .
,..S. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
...S.l-4 N.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 ...
...Lot in S.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4
...Lot in pt S.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4
N. 1-2 S.W. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 .
Mira Glenn 1-2 Int. in Lot in N.W. 1-4
Laura & Walter Gray Lot in N.W. 1-1
M-ry Wilson - Lot in W. 1-2 N.W. 1-4 ...
W. J. Young Lot in N. 1-2 N.E. 1-4
Jackal Worldley ..Mid.pt. E.pt. S.E. 1-4 N.E. 1-1
1-4 N.l
Fannie Taylor .....
Wdda Cole .
Nannie Dowsan, Est
William Hairston
Mary Morgan
Gretn Moore
W. II. Sims
Abe Wilson ..'
31
- 16
- 5
C
6
D
9
14
15
IS
IS
17W 3.72 4.
18W I 60 1.40
79 2.79 60 3 68 '
1.80 1.30 20 2.46
18 18W 1.41 1.26 1.62
15
15
18
18
18
13
18
IS
1.8
IS
18
18 W 1.20 1.05
1HW
18W
18 W
18 W
18W
18 W
1SW
18 W
1.33
1.20 1.05 1 35
1.00 .88 1.13
.20 .18 .23
138 1.21 1.55
.53
1.40
.88
1.75
.60
1.60
1.00
2.00
.68
1.8U
1.13
1.17 20 2.39
98 2l 2.30
20
20
20
20
20
.98
81
.16
1.01
.49
1.30
.81
1 63
20
20
20
2.30
2.23
1.9.3
2.37
2.08
2.4
2.61
1-4 N.E. 1-4 J7 IS 18W .90 .79 1.01 .73 20 n 5 8'
...Mid.pt. E.pt. S.E. 1-1 S.E.
1-4 NR. 1-4 17 18 18W 2.40 2.10 2.70 1.95 20 2.76 12.11
...Lot in S.W. 1-4 2118 1SW .80 .70 90 .05 20 2.15 5.10
.-Lot in E. 1-2 N.E. 1-4 21 18 1SW ,80 .70 90 .65 20 2.15 5.4ft
...Lot in W. 1-2 N.E. 1-4 21 18 18W .40 .35 .45 .65 20 2.00 3.73
...Pt.N.E. 1-4 N.E. 14 3 18 18W 1.08 .95 1.22 .87 20 2.26
...2 Lots in W. 1-2 N.E. 1-4 .. 21 18 IflW 2.40 2.10 2.70 1.95 20 2.76 12.1 1
..1-2 Int. in pt. N.W. 1-4 N.
E. 1-4 21 IS 18W 4.80 4.20 5.40 3.90 20 ,1.N 22.1-t
...Lot in W. 1-2 N.W. 1-2 N.W.
In No Man' Lund, where the dead
1 5.58 men lie, i
T ! UVre the ,hrapel burst and tht
! tiulU't fly,
8.08 ( A l.oy Ity shattered and all alone,
7.08 Gr;f Inar h teeth to choke a groan.
7.oh;
25 j Friend he had.hut he had to di,
2.90 1 Broken and bleeding and wondering
7.75 1 why
4,."h; No comrade rarne to grip his hand
8.76 ; An 1 wi 1, him luck in the other land.
6.25;
10.lt ; He nev.-r h-id rd.e'ined to die like this.
Out n the jr;t where the bullet
h iss, '
Vtitende.l. hHplf-n and foul with
mud.
Wanning the flow of his living blood.
1-4
Mariah Brownlee Lot in S.W. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 . . 22
Jak Gardner, Est.
Mathis Wiliams ...
Mattie Washington .
Roberson Young
Henry Moore
Wm.
..Pt.S.W. t-3 N.E. 1-4 ....
...Lot in N.E. 1-4 S.W 1-4 .
...Lot in N.E. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 ..
...Lot in S.W. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 .
...Lot in N.E. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
1-4
21 18 18W 1.60 1.40 1.80 1.30 20 2.16 8.70
22 18 8V .80 7.0 ,90 .65 20 2.15 5. lo
22 18 18Wr .60 .53 .68 .4!) 20 2.08 4 58
22 18 18W 1.20 1.05 1.35 98 20 2.30 7 0s
22 18 18W '.SO 7 0 .90 .f,5 20 2.15 5.40
22 IS 18W .80 7.0 .90 .65 20 2.1" 5.40
23 18 1SW 1.80 1.58 2.03 1.35 20 2.53 9. I't
PaiToth Pt.W.1-2 N.E.
MT. VERNON ROAD
Mose Ayers W.pt. "S.W. 1-4 S E. 1-4
E.pt S.E. 1-4 S.W, 1-4 ..
Levi Symons W.pt. S.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 ..
Jack James W.pt. N.E 1-4 S.W. 1-4 .
ZION ROAD
3.37
2.61
18.82
10.44
15.47
2.46 8.76
2.00
2.15
2.65
2.46
2.00
2.00
2.15
2.03
2.15
1.89
1.89
3.73
5.40
7.63
8.76
3.73
3.73
5.40
4.06
5.40
2.47
2.47
2.00 3.73
2.00 3.73
2.00 3.73
10 09 11 08 20 1.89 2.47
10 OS) 11 08 20 1.89 2.47
40 35 45 ' 33 $0 2.00 3.73
40 35 45 33 20 2.00 3.73
Sec. Twp. Rge. S. Tax Tax Taxes Fee Dam. T. Taxes
Lizzie Johnson
Edmond Walden
J. T- W. Hairston, Est.
R. D. Littlejohn, Est.
Dick Nevitt
Mrs. M. L. Gushing ...
Mrs. A. L. Jones
Mrs. A. L. Jones
Mrs W. L. Cushing ...
...N.W.pt. W. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 .
-.E.l-2 E.l-2 N.W. 1-4 & N
1-1 N.E. 1-4 N.W. 1-4 -
N.E. 1-4 N.E, 1-4
.-SW.Cor. S.W. 1-4 S.W.l-
...Pt. frac
-..1-3 Int. in S.pt. S.E. 1-4
...1-3 Int. in S.pt. S.E. 1-4
...1-4 Int. in S.W.Cor. S.W.
S.W. 1-4
3 .
J. H. Wilson
W. S. Mustin
Robinson Crusoe
l.C. Gleason ...
Mrs.
Mrs.
Mrs.
Jenkins & Bishop 1 acre in N.W. 1-4 36 16 ' 18W .06 ' .07 .08 20 1.87 2.2?
G. W. A bert, Est. S.E. 1-4 frac. . 22 16 19W 2.84 3.20 3.55 20 2.81 12.60
C.-C. Day Timber Int. in all frac. 1,-
600,000 ft. 11 ' 16 18W 6.40 7.20 .8.00 20 4.01 25.81
C. C. Day Timber Int. in N. 1-2 frac. 1,-
.600,000 ft. 15 16 18 VV 4.00 4.50 5.00 20 3.20 1G.90
C. C. Day W. 1-2 N.W. 1-4 20 10 19W 2.24 2.52 2.80 20 2.60 10.46
G. W. Abert, Est. All frac .-- 21 16 19W 3.14 3.53 3.92 20 2.91 13.70
Frank Wilson S. 1-2 N.W. 1-4 19 17 17W 3.52 3.96 4.40 20 3.03 15.11
J. C. Green
TUSCALOOSA ROAD
N.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4 & N.pt
S.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
A. K. Green N.E. 1-4 N.W 1-4
J. R. Harris E.l-2 N.E.1-4 N.E.l-4&N.pt.E.
1-2 S.E. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 & N.pt
N. 1-2 N. 1-2 N.B:. 1-4 & NT
pt. N.E. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
J. R. Harris Lot in N.W. 1-2 N.W 1-4 ..
J. A. Dowdle Lot in N.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4 ..
Joe Bell E.pt N.W. 1-4 & N.pt N.E.
1-4 S.W. 1-4
DISTRICT 1 ROAD
24
21
17
17
17 W
17W
l.;U)
1.3S
2.02
1.55
1.35
1.04
40
20
2.71
2.24
8.08
6.41
Mrs. Joe Billups
Tim V . Synr.ond '
Luia Iron
R. C. Littlejohn, Est. ..
Caleb Burroughs
J. C. Neilson
J. C. Neilson
Ed Bonner & others ...
Mary S. Carothers ...
...S.pt S.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-1
...E. 1-2 N.W 1-1 ii N.E. 1 4
,S.W. 1-4
...S.pt. N.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4 & N.
pt. S.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
-w.N.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 & S.pt. E.
H-2 S.E. 1-4
...S.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
...E. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 & E. 1-2 W.
!l-2 S.E. 1-4
...N.E. 1-4
...N.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 & N.E. 1-4
S.E. 1-4 & N.pt. S.E. 1-4 S.
W. 1-4 & N.pt S.W. 1-4 S.
E. 1-4
...S.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4
DISTRICT 2 ROAD
B. F. Symonds, Est.
J. R. Foster, Est. ....
Nathaniel, Evans
J. R. Foster, Est
Jno S. ifale
Mary Sf. Carethers ...
..S.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 less 4 a
..E. 1-2 & E. 1-2 S.W. 1-4 -
:.S.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
-S.E. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 & W. 1-2
N.E. 1-4 & W. 1-2
-S.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 & S.W.
1-4 S.E. 1-4
-N. 1-2 N. 1-2 N.E. 1-4
21 17 17W .f!4. .95 .63 80 3.14 6.3G
27 17 17W .12 .14 .09 20 1.88 2.43
27 17 17W .60 .08 .45 20 2.02 3.95
28 17 17W 3.12 3.51 2.34 40 3.09 12.46
30 ' 17 17W .14 .49 .55 20 1.99 3.67
4 17 1SW 3.36 3.78 4.20 40 3.33 15.07
5 17 18W 1.17 1.31 1.46 40 2.65 6.93
6 17 18W 1.35 1.52 1.69 40 2.65 7.61
6 17 18W 1.76' 1.98 2.20 20, 2.44 8,58
12 17 18W 4.C4 5.22 5.80 40 3.76 19.82
13 17 18W 9.60 10.80 12.00 20 5.09 37.69
15 17 1SW 5.64 6.35 7.05 80 6.14 25.98
15 17 18W 1.76 1.98 2.20 20 2.84 8.58
17 17 18W 1.51 1.70 1.23 20 2.29 6.93
19 17 1SW 12.00 13.50 9.75 40 5.72 41.37
19 17 18W 1.44 1.62 1.17 20 2.27 . 6.70
20 17 18W 13.92 15.66 11.31 60 6.64 48.13
21 17 18W 2.88 3.24 2.34 40 3.04 11.90
22 17 1SW 1.44 1.62 1.17 20 2.27 6.70
Names of owners
Green Morg; n
Jno S. Hall
Jno S. Hale
John Hale
Ch:,rlie Martin
Divisions of Sections
,...S.Wr. 1-4 S.W. 1-4
....N.E. 1-4 & E. 1-2 N.W. 1-4
....N.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4
....Pt. N.W. 1-4 S.E. 1-4 & N.
pt. S.V. 1-4 S.E. 1-4
....S.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4 & Pt. N.E.
1-4 N.W. 1-4
Unsown N.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4 N.W. 1-4
Carrie Duncan N.E. Cor. N.W. 1-4 S.E. 1-4
H. Hinton Pt S.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4
E'iza Covington .S.Pt. N.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 &
,N.rt S.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4
Nathaniel Evans S.E. 1-4 N.E. 1-4
Coleman & Johnson Pt. S. 12
Croli Matthews S. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 &
N.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4
TUSCALOOSA ROAD .
G. R. Lawrence, Est S.W. 1-4 S.E. 1-4 & S.W.
1-4 less 14 a
G. R. Lawrence, Est. N.W. 1-4 N.E. 1-4
G. N. Lawrence All N.W. 1-4 frac
S. Taxes Col. School County Dist. 2 Printers C.& T.Dam.
Sec. Twp. Rge. S. Tax Tax Taxes Fee Dam. T. Taxes
27 17 18W 1.52 1.71 1.23 20 2.29 6.95
28 17 18W 7.12 8.01 5.79 40 4.29 25.61
29 17 18W 1.12 1.26 91 20 2.17 5.66
29 17 18W 1.44 1.62 1.17 40 2.62 7.25
31 17 18W 2.40 2.70 1.95 40 2.90 10.35
33 17 18W .60 .68 .49 20 2.02 3.99
34 17 18W .06 . .06 .05 30 1.87 2.24
34 17 18W .09 .11 .08 20 1.88 2.36
13 17 19W 3.45 3.88 2.81 40 3.21 13.75
24 17 19W 1.92 2.16 1.56 20 2.41 8.25
24 , 17 19W 2.40 2.70 1.95 20 2.55 9.80
25 17 19W 1.68 1.89 1.37 40 2.69 8.03
S 18 17W 8.33 9.40 6.26 40 1.60
10 18 17W .96 1.08 .72 20 2.12
12 18, 17W .30 .34. 23 20 1.93
29.01
5.08
. 3.00
S.W. 1-4 ,
...N.pt. N.E. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 ...
. -Spt. Lot 2
N.W. 1-4 N.E. 1-4 N.W. 1
-..W. 1-2 S.E. 1-2 N.H.S.H.
S.E. 14
Mrs. M. L. Cushing 1-4 Int. S.W.Cor. S.W. 1
Mrs. A L. Jones ..1-3 Int. in pt. N.W. 1-4 ..
J M. Craddock Pt. N.W. 1-4
Mrs. A L. Jones 1-3 Int in N.E. 1-4 & E. 1-2
S.W. 1-4 & N.Wr. 1-4 S.W.
.1-4 3
M. L. Cushing 1-3 Int in N.E. 1-4 & E. 1-2
S.W. 1-4 & N.W. 1-4 S.W. 4
1-4 4
M. L. Cushing .1-3 Int in N.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4 5
A L. Jones 1-3 Int. in N.E. 1-4 S.E. 1-4 5
Unknown E. 1-2 N.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4 16
R. L. Witherspoon W. 1-2 N.W. 1-4 N.W. 1-4 . 23
Mrs. M. A. Reeder I Lot & Store S.W. 1-4 S
W. 1-4 27
Ilattie Lawrence 1 Lot in S.E. 1-4 28
John Davidson 2 Lots In W. 1-2 S.W. 1-4 . 28
L. P. Waller.., ..1 Lot. in..E. 1-4 S.E.1-4 . 28
Millie Holliday -.1 Acre in N.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4
S.E. 1-4 29
Jno P. Mayo -Frac. pt. S.pt 33
George Gilmore 1-4 Int. in Lots 5 to 15 &
IS B 2 & 5 to 23 B3 34
E. 1-2 & E. 1-2 S.W. 1-4 &
S.E. 1-4 N.W. 1-4 12
E. 1-2 E. 1-2 & E. 1-2 W.
1-2 E. 1-2 13
Benedict E. 1-2 & E. 1-2 N.W. 1-4 . 22
W, 1-2 & W.pt. S.E. 1-4 .. 23
Mid. pt. N.W. 1-4 31
Jr. E. 1-2 .E. 1-4 N.W. 1-4 &
W. 1-2 W. 1-2 S.W. 1-4 N.
... 35 IS 18W 2.10 1.84 2.36 1.58 40 2.98 11,26
--' 35 18 18W 1.49 1.30 1.07 1,12 20 2.41 8.19
-- 36 18 18W .92 .81 1.04 .69 20 2.19 5.85
19 17W 1.61 1.84 1.23 20 2.32 7.23
W.
9 19" 17W 2.12 2.39 1.59 40 2.81. 9.3 1
10 19 17W 1.02 2.16 1.44 20 .t) .12
1 . 17 19 17W .48 .54 .36 20 1.9!) 3.57
27 19 17W .67 .76 .36 20 2.04 t 1,
33 19 17W .96 1.08 .72 20 2.13 5.0S
33 19 17W .1)6 1.0S .72 ,20 2.13 5.0'.t
-4
34 19 17W .60 .68 .45 20 2.02 3.:):.
-4
..34 19 17W .60 .(',8 ,45 20 2.02 3.95
2 19 18W 1.62 1.82 1.22 20 2.32 7.18
22 19 18W 1,10 1.24 .83 20 2.16 5.5:1
-4 23 19 18W .48 ' .54 .36 20 1.98 3 50
of 26 19 18W 2.96 3 33 2.22 40 3.05 11. So;
3 20 17W .54 .61 .41 20 2.00 3.70
-4 3 20 17W ,18 .20 .14 20 1,90 2.62
3 20 17W 2.40 2.70 1.80 20 2.56 9.61
I'm eyes i;revv, dim and he tried to
pray,
And the God of his father, far away,
Gazed in pity and sent a friend,
To guard him close to the bitter end
''lit in the gra:-s a face looked up,
The .shaggy face of an Airedale pup,
Homely he ira but his deep brown
eyes
f.ichted with love and a glad surprise.
One could erawl and the other smile;
Both were dying, but after a while
A dog and a boy lay side by side,
Happy together and so they died.
Kennety Graham Dufield.
GEN. PERSHING
CALLS FOR BOOKS
Funk & Bracken ..
Funk & Bracken ..
C. B.
C. B. Benedict ..
M. and N. Powell .
Marshall Hairston,
20 17W 2.40 2.70 1.80 20 2.54 9.64
20 17W 1.86 2.09 1.40 60 3.09 9 01
20 17W 4.46 5.02 3.35 60 3.83 17.26
20 17W .26 .29 .20 20 1.92 2.87
20 17W .26 .29 .20 20 1.92 2.87
20 17 W .96 1.08 .72 20 2.13 5.09
17 16E 1.68 1.89 1.79 20 2.38 7.92
17 16E 5.C0 6.30 5.95 40 3.98 22.23
17 16E ' .90 1.01 .96 20 2.13 5.20
17 16E .50 .56 .54 20 2.01 3,81
17 16E , .30 .34. .32 20 1.94 3.10
17 16E .30 .34 .32 20 1.94 3.10
17 16E 1.92 2.16 2.04 20 2.46 8.78
17 16E .04 .05 .05 40 2.22 2.76
17 17E 42.24 47,52 44.88 60 16.01 151.25
17 17E 23.04 25.92 24.48 40 9.51 83.38
17 17E 48.00 54.00 51.00" 40 17.50 170.90
17 17E 31.40 35.33 33.36 40 12.20 112.09
17 17E 3.40 3.83 3.61 20 2.93 13.97
E. 1-4 36 17 17E 1.20 1.35 1.28 40 2.58 6.81
D- E. Hunt -E. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 6 17 18E 7.20 8.19 7.65 20 4.15 27.30
. B. Myrick S.E. 1-4 Frac 14 17 18E 1.16 1.31 1.23 20 2.22 6.12
funk & Brockcn W. 1-2 S.W. 1-4 18 17 18E 5.76 6.18 6.12 20 3 07 22.24
. B. Myrick
Cora Kemp
E. 1-2 E. 1-2 & E. 1-2 S.W.
1-4 & W. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 less
10 acres 23
Myrick W. 1-2 & W. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 &
N.E. 1-4 frac.
...I't. W. pt. N. W. 1-4 (80
acres)
ARTESIA SCHOOL
Lot in E. 1-2 S.E. 1-4 S
1-4
...Lot in Block 2
a; b.
Alex Anthony
17 18E 148 20.79 19.64 50 8.41
24 17 18E 13.14 14.75 13.96 60 6.75
30 17,1SE 6.90 7.76 7.78 40 4.39
67.9.-
49.21
W.
Rosie Davis
I. A. Atwater
Unknown
C. Day
17
20
Pt. N.E. 1-4
S.pt. N.E. 1-4 S.W. 1-4
N.pt. N. E. 1-4
18 16E. 20 .05 .23 .20
18 16E .80 .20 .90 .80
MACON AND GILMER ROAD
- 18 18 1SE 9.50 10.09 13.07
WESTPORT ROAD
- 25 19 I7E .79. 89
- 30 19 18E .60 .08
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20
1.92
2.12
5.18
2.00
2.00
26.
2.80
5.02
38.01
4.31
3.78
I will apprciate
your maglizaines.
phone 184 or 222.
the renewal of
Jack Senter,
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES
Cleaned and Pressed
AT
Law's Pressing Club
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be contented with simple food,
simple pleasures, simple clothes.
Work hard, pray hard, play
hard. Work, eat recreate and
sleep. Do it all courageously.
We have a victory to win.
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CHANCERY NOTICE.
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
LOWNDES COUNTY.
To Sallie Cross, Postoffice address
and residence unknown:
You are commanded to appear be-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
! THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
LOWNDES COUNTY.
! Letters Testamentary having been
i granted to the undersigned upon the
! Estate of Mrs. Anne Lacv Wither-
This
1918.
lore tne Uiancery Court of the spoon deceased, by the Chancery
County of Lowndes In said State, on Court of Lowdes County, Mississippi,
the first Monday of April, A. D. 1918,' tl;e 4th tlay of Marchi A. n m
v. 1 1 nu,v U, nut uumi mis is to give notice to all per-
wherein you are a defendant. ! f,0ns havinir claims arainst said es-'
25th day of February A D.jtate to Probate and Register same
j with the Chancery Clerk of Lowndes
B. A. LINCOLN, , County, within one year from this
. Clerk. ( date. A failure to so probate and
II. I j, BAILEY, ' reo-ister sniil rlaim will firpviT luir
Deputy Clerk, the same.
J. T. CIIAMPNEYS,
Executor.
This March 4th, 1918.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
THE IMAHUNU lllltli
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CHANCERY NOTICE.
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
LOWNDES COUNTY.
To Will Wallace, residence and post
office address unknown.
You are commanded to appear be
fore the Chancery Court of the
County of Lowndes in said State, on
the first Monday of April A. D. 1918,
to defend the suit of Anabel.'e
Wallace wherein you are a defendant.
Tliis
1918.
5th day of March A. D.
B. A.
By H.
LINCOLN,
Clerk.
L. BAILEY.
Deputy CleiK.
IF ANY ONE HAS
Died
Eloped
Married
Divorced
Had a fire
Left Town
Embezzled
Sold a farm
Been arrested
Come to town
Bought a home
Had an accident
Been seriously ill
That's news telephone 222
By ordering that shipping space in
the amount of fifty tons per month
be set aside by the army transport
survive for the shipment to France
vf American Library Association
iiooks for soldiers, Gen. Pershing has
.ien unmistakable recognition to
tie need of reading matter for the
use of our men in France.
Shipping space is extremely val
uable, and Gen. Pershing would
never have alloted (to much of it to
the American Library Association if
he did nut thoroughly believe in the
due of books to fighting men. By
setting aside fifty tons of shipping
.pace per month, he has made it pos
sible for the American Library Asso
ciation to send to France a monthly
average of 100,000 volumes. This
task the A. L, A. has cheerfully un
dertaken. Already it has in operation large
-'lipping stations at two Atlantic
jiorts of embarkation. To these sta
tions books will be shipped from pub
lic libraries in all sections of the
l ountry for transportation overseas.
Asa Don Dickinson is in charge of
ne of these shipping stations, while
Willam H. Brett, of Cleveland, is
in charge of the other. Representing
the A. L. A. in France is Dr. M. L
Raney, librarian of Johns Hopkins
University, to oversee the handling
and prompt distribution of the books
when they nrrive.
The actual work of issuing the
hooks is being done by army chap
lains, the Y. M. C. A., the K. of C,
'he Red Cross and the Y. W. C. A
from base hospitals to billets as near
she front-line trenches as possible
'ooks are being placed in the hands
of our fighting men.
To mantain an adequate supply,
he collection of hundreds of thou
ands of books will be necessary. The
Amerian Library Association is buy
ng by the hundreds of thousands
t-books and other serious books,
'or which there is enormous demand,
'nit it is looking to the public to sup
ily by gift the millions of volumes
if lighter literature fiction, poetry,
'ravel, etc -which our men must
have.
In addition to the overseas service,
he American Library Associaton must
keep its camp libraries at canton
ments supplied and must also sup
nly small camps, naval stations, na
val vessels and transports with books.
Already nearly three hundred of
fhese are receiving the A. L. A.
service.
To meet these needs a nation-wide
look-drive was started on March 13,
directed by the A. L. A. Library Wsr
Service, and with every Public Li
brary co-operating. Churches,
fhooN and patriotic societies of all
kinds have signified their willingness
o help. Thousands of girls and boys
"re being moblized to collect books
from householders who are too busy
to take them Jo pubic libraries and
?very other means will be used to
make the giving of books easy. Two
-"ill on books is the goal set, but with
ruMic interest really arounsed, it
-ho'ild be far exceeded.
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CHANCERY NOTICE.
THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
LOWNDES COUNTY.
To Zettie Cobb, residence and post
office address unknown.
You are commanded to appear be
fore the Chancery Court of the
County of Lowndes in said State, on
the first Monday of April A. D. 1911,
to defend the suit of Julius Cobb
w her in
This
1918.
you
5th
are a defendant
day of March
A. D.
B. A. LINCOLN, 1
Clatk.
By H. L. BAILEY,
Deputy Clerk.
(Seal)

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