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state of Lousan. Parish of Tenes, s,
Tent District Cou r
PAN AMERICAN LIFE INSUR- c
ANCE COMPANY V
J. BRISCOE GOLDMAN; G. CAR- l
NEAL GOLDMAN AND BAB
RY't. GOLDMAN p
' o. 6117
By virtue of a writ of elsure and B
sale issued in the above entitled
cause, and to me directed, I have
seized and will proceed to sell at
public auction to the last and highest
bidder at the front door of the Court S
House of the Parish of Tenses, be
tween the hours prescribed by law,
SATURDAY, Jeseary 30th. 1933
the following described property, to
Firat-Myrtle Grove Plantation>
The Myrte Grove Plantation,
situated in the Parish of Tenses,
State of Louisiana, just above the
Town of Waterproof, more particu
larly deer-ibed as follows'-
Bounded on the North by Hedge
land Plantation, formerly belonging
to Mrs. L B. Morris, now to theL
tate of G. C. Goldman, and by the
Burn Plantation, formerly belong- C
ing to Zenas Preston, now be
longing to the Estate of G. C. Gold
man; on the east by the Miissippi
River, and in part by the said Burn
Plantation, and in part by the said b
ledgeland Plantation; on the South
by the Town of Waterproof as it
exidsed in 1890, and ton p rt by the a
Lis.M Plantation, formerly beleng- °
ang to Mrs. H . McAllisr; on
the West by Neely Field and the t
Chiekenville Lield, now the prop.
erty of G. Carnal Goldman, con
taning 1,42 sares, more or less,
and composd, aceording to the Unit.
ed States urveys, as follows:
The lower or Seuth-half of See
tion 14, containing acres, more
or lem; all of Section 16, containing a
660'cres, more or les; all of Frac
tional Section 36, containing t19
acres, more or les; all of Fractional
becton 86, eenalinag 164 acres,
mo~ or less; all of Fractional Sec
tion 89, contaiina g 816 acre, more
er less, all in Township Ten (10) 1
Not bange - Eleven (11) East, s
Lodisana Meridian, eaept the (
Right of Way of the Memphis, I
and Louisiana Railroad
t Myrtle Grove Plantation,
previousy disposed of and recorded
in Netaidel Record "N," page 767,
and eaoep 77.08 aeres previously
disposed of to John D. and A. K.
liheoon, and recorded in Notarial -
Reard "P," Page 686, and except
four acres of land previously sold
to . E. Palmer and recorded in a
Notaril Record "P," page 601, end
exeipt a crte piece of land init
Seuion 16 hanvng a frontage on
Chnrch Lane of 288 feet by a depth
into the field of 882 feet between
pamMel laee; donated to the Moth
es Club of Waterproof, and re
corded in Notaripi Record "P," page
47; and ueeept the one acre of
ground previously dispeed of, do
nated to Cornelius Van De Van, and
located in mid Section 16, sad re
corded in Notarial BReoord "0," eige
764 and 786, and esept a trot of
Iand measring ifty ft by AIty
feeti, more or eesr occupi by
the family cmetery in said Section
14. the above exceptions makg an
aregate of aperatmaetey 103
as, leavingl a noet total ascreage in
MYtlo Grove Plantation of One
Th nsend Three Huadd sad Eghty
NIne (1,880) acs, more or rse,
togther with all buldings improve
mt, appurtenaUees thereon and
data and ways thereto belonging.
sinL property aqured by aU
thMtie Act before Joe. Curry, Clerk
of Coasrt ud Netary Pubi~ic, Tenses
Parish, dated July s, ed191 d rodd
in NetariSal Record Book "Q," folio
658 et sq., and iy Antheatlc Act
befiore said Clerk dated August 16,
lt!, recorded in Notarla Becwrd
Beeok "Q." folio 608 ets oq, records
of Tnen. Parish, Louitdana.
meor tfully described s follows:
All of Section 24, exepting the
South-West quarter of td Sectiona
oeataining 486 acres, aeim the East
haei of Pmseteal Section , sea
tans 284 aerm , al inl Township
Tea (10) Nortb Rasge Tea (10)
Eea, making lnh agregate 726
aemrs more or ble, toglether with
all buildig, mproveemt, appur
temnce and Ihe and ways them
kbeve berlg maid lands -·qnd
bS Sherif's Deed May 18, 1918,
rmeded August 9, 1918, in Ilotri
at Becord Book "Q." Page 08,
corda of Tenes perish, and by
Authestic Act before Joe. Curry,
Serkt of Court and Notary Publie,
dted August 16, 1918. recerded
AUgust 17, 1918, ina Notarial Reeard
bok "Q." Page 608 et seq., Rae
eob of Ta Parish, lea~a.
*Th two above described plant
daea eotain, acording to origlal
(everment Surver~s, a net ae
age of Two Tbhouand One BHundred
and Nine (2,109) aeres, bat whi ,
together with the accretions or bt
tore now attached thereto, are
g8te a total aresge of Two Thous
and Two HlLnded ighty-One (2,
381) armes, mere lee, and being
the plogpart desed In Act of
ortg.go by J. rlsOe Goldmaa;
4. Cernel G.dlm and Barry T.
Oheld..m to Amoe.ba. aSeowes
erporation, Inc., parda N e'wL
F. Newell, Deputy Clerk of Court
and Notary Public, Tenses Parish, S
La., dated March 25, 1920, and re
corded March 26th, 1920, in Mort
gage Book "Y" follo 49 Ot seq. of
Records of Tenss Parish, Louis
Terms of sale: Cash; without ap
(Signed) JOHN HUGHES, t
Sheriff Teases Parish, Ia.
I By A. G. BONDURANT, Dy. t
Judlell Ad, etsememat.
WRIT OF SEIZURE AND SALE
State of Louisiana Parish of Tenses
Tenth Distriet Court.
W. W. BURNSIDE, LIQUIDATOR I,
OF BANK OF NEWELLTON t
vs. No. 6080
ROBERT Y. NEWEL( Sr., NAT
URAL TUTOR ET AL
PUBLIC NOTICE is herms gcerb,
that by virtue of a writ of Seiusre
and Sale, issued by the above
named Honorable Court, In the above
styled matter, I have seized and will,
SATURDAY, the 20th day of Jan
vary, A. D. 1923, offer for sale at the
' Court House door, in the Town of St.
Joseph, in this Parish and State, be
tweon the bhors of 11 e'eolk a. m
and 4 'eclck p. m.. to the east and
highest bidder, the following d
mcribed property, situated in the Par
ish of Toms, State of losimdaa,
and seised in the above styled and
numbered snit, to-wit:
A certain lot and residence in
the Town of Newellton, Ia., bound
ed on the North by Verona Lane,
East by lot of Mrs. Bernice Serio,
South by Routhwood Lots, and
West by lot of Dr. D. H. Alverson,
together with all the buildings and
, improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: for cash, to the last
and highest bidder.
JOHN HUGHES, Sheriff
St. Joseph, La., December 15th, 1981.
S TRESPASS NOTICE.
Public Notice is hereby given that
"PALO ALTO" and "BEN GAUL'
Plantations, in the 2rd ward of Ten
an parish, La., ae posted again
CAMPING, HUNTING and TRAP
PING. Violates will be prosecuted
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F. A. BLANCHE
St. Joseph. Loulslana
State of Louisiana, Parish of Tensas,
Tenth Distrct Court.
MRS. ORPHA NOWELL
vs. No. 6127
This case coming up regularly for
trial in its order, after issue joined
by answer of the defendant, and a
trial being had, and the law and
the evidence being in favor of the
plaintiff and against the defendant,
it is therefore Ordered, Adjudged
and Decreed, that there be judgment
of separation of property between
the said Mrs. Orpha Nowell and her
husband, J. A. Nowell, with all the
legal consequences thereof, and that
the community of acquets and gains
hitherto existing between the said
husband and wife, be and the same
are hereby dissolved.
It is further Ordered, Adjudged
and Decreed that the defendant pay
all costs of this suit.
Thus done, read and signed in
open Court this the 21st day of No
N. M. CALHOUN, District Judge.
A true Copy.
Attest: E. F. Newell, Dy. Clerk of
Notice is hereby given, That
Botany Bay plantation, Tensas par
ish, La. is posted against hunting,
and general tespassing. Violators
will be prosecuted.
C. C. BROOKS, Owner.
NOTICZ O FINAL ACCOUNT.
State of Lonsianas, Parish of Ten
s, Tenth District Court.
Succession of Mrs. Lissie Clinton,
Public Notice is hereby given, that
W. M. Davidson, Administrator of
Succession Mrs. Lissie Clinton, de
ceased, has filed his final account in
Now, therefore, unless wrtea op
position thereto be filed in my ofice
within ten days after first publica
tios hereof, same will be homolo
gated as prayed for.
Witnes my bead and eal of said
Court this 15th day of December,
A. . RATCIM ,
Clerk 10th DIet, Court, Tons- Par
St. Joseph, La., Dec. 15th, 1922.
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L1QUlI)Ai.,. :3 lNOTlCE.
State of Louisiana Parish of Tensae
Tenth District Court.
In Matter of Liquidation of Bank
Public Nbtide is hereby* gien'
That H. B. Conner, special agent
And Liquidator of the Bank of Water
proof, In Liquidation, has filed hi.
Fiist Account in sai I Lhiuvlda:ion.
Now, therefore, unless written op
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w:thin ten days ater filhug herecli.
sanme will be hom.a :,ataC ',- ,.tayet,
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Clerk 10th Dist (;curt
'St. Joseph, La., Dec. 29th, 1922.
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