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Delinquent Taxpayers Take Notice
On the first Monday in July next, at
the Courthouse door in Cookeville, Ten
nessee, I will offer at public sale all the
real estate belonging to delinquent tax
payers of Putnam County for the year
1910. The following is a list of such
delinquents, the district in which the
property is situated, and the number of
acres in each tract.
FIRST DISTRICT
NAME ACRES
Apple, C. S r ....Lot
Apple, Thurston.. Lot
'Adcock, B. G., (Griffin Smith) Lot
Allen, Barlow 2
Bryant, M. R .-2 lots
BarnesJim (col.) -- 25
Farley, Will, (col.) ... 2
Hyder, Hamp Lot
Haws, W. P - -.- 40
Moscrip, R. J. 2 lots
Smith & Dyer .51ots
Sacrey, W. M..-, - - 10
SECOND DISTRICT
Jesse Bell Heir? - - --100
THIRD DISTRICT
Cleghorn, I. M, -100
FOURTH DISTRICT
Bumbalough, J. T... . 100
.Derossett, Patsey ----- 2
Finley, Thomas : 30
Goodson, R. B ........410
Nunley, A. L........ . 25
Riley, E. G .-...-.200
Suttles Heirs 55
4 SIXTH DISTRICT
Byers, L. L. ........110
SEVENTH DISTRICT
Altdoerffer, A. (1909) -4. -200
Bussell, Hance .. . Lot
Barbery, R. B. 42
Barbery, R. B 42
Barbery, R. B. 70
James Farley, Administrator. 67
" 1 " . 90
i " 80
" 39
" 30
' .'' " ' 40
. n . . ' 67
. " , . ' ' " 53
Hall, Joe Lot
Jernigan, O. C.-J--r-- Lot
Steakley, W. C. 'ii -----Lot
Stewart, Preston . . Lot
Davidson, Matt.-.:. 30
EIGHTH DISTRICT
Alcorn & Burgess . -l 35
Bradford, Thomas 15
Cole, T. E. 35
Cole, E. W. 15
Cole, L. J ,. 1. 6
navis. M. S -100
Elrod, Mrs. A. D. - 100
Heron, P. M. 75
Hickey, Jim - 2
Hickey, Martha 75
. Hedgecough, A. R 14
Hutchins, J. C 7
C. C. Robinson Heirs 4
Whitehead, A. S - . 100,
Whitehead, A. S." .. 110
THIRTEENTH DISTRICT.
Sam Smith Heirs .. i 11
FOURTEENTH DISTRICT
Ledbetter, A. Di . - 7
Monterey Coal Co - -845
Stevens, Marion .r .... ..2 lots
SIXTEENTH DISTRICT ,
Jackson, Sam... 160
Lafever, W. T. . 1
Lee, W. L, 4
SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT ,
Brown, L. L ----" 2
EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT
Harvell, B. F. .- J 46
Hal), Joe - 4
Halfacre, Jim-..:-,----- d
Murray. Jane . ..:-, -Lot
Roberson, W. W., Trustee ..-... t 45
Russell, Sallie Lot
Shumake, S. M 4
Shumake, S. M -' -2 lots
Tilley, W. F.- Lot
Thomas, W. S.-.- -- P
' NINETEENTH DISTRICT
Darty, Oce 4
Martin, P. L. .Lot
TWENTIETH DISTRICT
Baxter Lumber Co. - 4
Daws, Lee.--.-- r "
Elrod. Leander 2
Gentry, A. . & R- .B. ------.. i lots
Agnes Gentry Heirs i ..Lot
Williams, John . I - iot
If said sale is not completed on said
" first Monday in July, the same will con
tinue from day to day until completed.
June 13, 1911 '
24-6 O. N. Draper, Trustee. s
LAND SALE
In County Court at Cookeville, Tenn.
R. C. Boatman, Administrator, et al.,
vs. Ina Carr et al.
In obedience to a decree of the Coun
ty Court at Cookeville, made at the
March term, 1911. in the above styled
case, I will, on Saturday, the 1st day of
July, 1911, at 1 o'clock p. rn. in front of
the depot at Algood; Tenn., sell to the
highest and best bidder, the property in
said decree described, being a house and
lot known as the W, H. Carr, deceased,
home place, lying and being in the 19th
Civil District of Putnam County, Ten
nessee, adjoining the lands of Ed- Can
non on the east, Graham on the south,
by Streets on the west and north, con
taining one acre more or less.
TERMS OF SALE
Said sale will be made on a credit of
six, -twelve and eighteen months, ex
cept 20 per cent, cash, to be paid on
day of sale, and in bar of equity of re
demption. Notes, drawing interest from
day of sale, with good personal security,
will be required of the purchaser, and
a lien will be retained on the property
sold, as further security.
This 8th day of June, 1911.
W. O. Watson,
Clerk and Commissioner.
Algood & Finley, Solicitors. 23-26
No. 1777
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn.
State of Tennessee,
Office Clerk and Master Chancery Court,
Cookevil e, Tenn., June the 6th, 1911.
John W. Willett, Complainant,
vs
W. C. Byers, et al., Defendants.
It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause that the defendants, John
Byers and L. L. Byers, are nonresi
dents of the State of Tennessee;
It is therefore ordered that said de
fendants enter their appearance herein
on or before the first Monday in July
next or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to them on the first Monday
in August, 1911, and set for hearing ex
parte, and that this order be published
for four consecutive weeks in, the Put
nam County Herald.
V. E. Bockman,
Clerk and Master.
By Algood Carlen, D. C. & M.
Morgan & Morgan, Solicitors for Com
plainant. 23-26
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of Monterey Coal &
Mining Co.
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn.,
in tie case of O. H. Anderson vs. Mon
terey Coal & Minine Co.. et al. the
creditors of said company are hereby
notified to have themselves made par-
ties to said cause by petition ana to nie
and nrnve their claims aerainst said
eompany in said cause on or before the
first day or July, iyii, or tney may De
excluded from the benefits of said suit
and from sharing in the assets of said
company.
Said creditors and claimants are, al
so, hereby notified that by order of said
Court, in said cause, they, and each of
thm. are enioined from instituting any
suit against said company, otherwise
than by petition in saja pending cause;
and all parties now suing said company
are enjoined from proceeding in their
suits farther than to judgment.
This Dec. 31, 1910.
, V. E. Bockman,
ian5-6mo Clerk and Master. .
ADVERTISEMENT for CREDITORS
To the Creditors of C. A. Hall:
In obedience to an order made by the
Chancery Court at Cookeville, Tenn., in
the case of Murray, Dibrell Shoe Co. vs.
C. A. Hall et al., the creditors of said
Hall are hereby notified to have them
selves made parties to said cause by pe
tition and prove their respective claims
against said Hall on or before the first
day of August, 1911, or they may be
excluded from the benefits of said suit
and from sharing in the assets of said
Hall.
Said creditors and claimants are here
by notified that by an order of said
Court in said cause, they, and each of
them are hereby enjoined from institut
ing any separate suit against said C.A.
Hall otherwise than by petition in said
pending cause; and all parties now su
ing the 'said C. A. Hall are enjoined
from proceeding in their suits further
than to Judgment.
This Feb. 16th, 1911. , ' ,
V. E. Bockman,
f eb23-5mo Clerk and Master.
, By Algood Carlen, D. C. & M.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF, LAND
In obedience to a decree of the Cir
cuit Court of Putnam County at Cooke
ville, Tenn.. made in the case of H. D.
Whitson et al vs. A. Stamps, I will on
Saturday, July 15th,. 1911, at 1 o'clock,
in front of the courthouse door in the
town of Cookeville. sell to the hiehest
and best bidder for cash in hand, the
tract of land in said decree descnoed,
and levied on a3 the property of A.
Stamns. which lew and boundary of
land is in the words following:
Came to hand in due time and after
diligent search, I find no personal prop
erty of the defendant's in my county,
I therefore levy this execution on all
the right, title and interest the aetena
ant, A. Stamps, has in and to the fol
lowing real estate in the Second Civil
District of Putnam Countv. Tenn.. and
bounded on the north by the lands of
. . - . m A 1
Pinkston, on the east - Dy tne lanas oi
Holman. on the south bv the lands of
Clark, on the west by the lands of Nich
olas, containing 137 acres more or less,
said land levied on as the broperty of
the defendant herein, subject to his
homestead rie-ht. and I summons T. B.
Jackson, County Surveyor, A. J. Dud-
ney and W. U. Maxwell, three disinter
ested freeholders of said county, who
heinc sworn according to law. wentuo-
on said premises and duly set apart and
laid on said homestead, wnicn win more
fullv annear in their report as such
commissioners and their certificate of
same, which is here referred to, and
made a part of this return.
This Feb. 14th, mi
Returned to Clerk Feb. 24th, 1911.
J. M." Loftis, Constable.
Report of Commissioners
TT. f). Whitson et al vs. A. Stamps.
There being two cases as here indicated.
The undersigned commissioners duly
summoned by J. Ml Loftis, Constable
fnr Putnam Countv. Tennessee, he hav
ing heretofore levied two executions is
sued by J. K. Douglass, tusq., upon an
the right, title and interest oi me de
fendant in both the above stvled causes.
in the premises set out and described
in the return on said executions, we be
ing summoned for the purpose of allot
ting and setting apart a nomesteao in
said tract of land for the defendant.
A. Stamps.
We each heinc dulv sworn bv Said. J.
M. Loftis. Constable, as required by
law, have allotted and assigned to the
said A. Stamps the following portion of
said tract of land as his homestead:
Beginning on a rock in H. M. Nicholas'
east, hnnndarv line, it beiner 10 Doles
north of his and said Stamps' dogwood
corner, thence north U degrees east a
poles to a stake, north 50 degrees east
18J poles to a black walnut stump,
north 30 degrees east 27 poles to a stake
near the barn, east iu degrees souxn
20J poles to a stake in Josiah Brown's
line, thence with said Brown's line 44
poles to a stake and corner near the
head of Brown s spring, south yu poies
to a rock corner with pointers, east 20$
poles to a buckeye and dogwood, south
56 poles to a rock in the east-boundary
line of the original tract, thence west
to the beginning, containing ,70 acres
more or less, including the family resi
dence and appurtenances. We also ex
clude from the above boundary a right
of way for road, 18 feet wide, parallel
with the west boundary line of said
homestead, running north from the be
ginning corner to the road.
Said homestead, together with the
remainder of said premises, are shown
on the plat herewith exhibited as apart
of this report marked "A."
Respectfully submitted,
W. C. Maxwell,
A. J. Dudney,
Commissioners.
T. B. Jackson,
County Suryeyor.
This June 15, 1911.
25-28 A. L. Weeks, Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND
a In obedience to a decree of the Cir
cuit Court of Putnam County at Cooke
ville, Tenn., made in the case of H. D.
Whitsou et al vs. A. Stamps, I will on
Saturday, July 15th, 1911, at 1 o'clock,
in front of the courthouse door in the
town of Cookeville, sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in: hand, the
tract of land, in said decree described,
and levied on as the property of A.
Stamps, which levy and bouudary of
land is in the words following: ,
Came to hand in due time and after
diligent search, I find no personal prop
erty of the defendant's in my county,.
1 therefore levy this execution on all
the right, title and interest the defend
ant, A. Stamps, has in and to the fol
lowing real estate in the Second CiviL
District of Putnam County, Tenn., and
bounded on the north by the lands of
Pinkston, on the east by the lands of
Holman, on the south by the lands of
Clark, on the west by the lands of Nich
olas, containing 137 acres more or less,
said land levied on as the property of
the defendant herein, subject to 'his-",
homestead right, and I summons T. B.
Jackson, County Surveyor, A. J. Dud
ney and W. C. Maxwell, three disinter
ested freeholders of said countv, who
being sworn according to law, went up
on said premises and duly set apart and
laid off said homestead, which will '
more fully appear in their report aa
such commissioners and their certificate
of same, which is here referred to and
made a part of this return.
This Feb. 14th, 1911.
Returned to Clerk Feb. 24th, 1911.
J. M. Loftis, Constable. ,
Report of Commissioners
H.' D. Whitson et al vs. A. Stamps.
There being two cases as here indicatod.
The undersigned commissioners duly
summoned by J. M. Loftis. Constable
for Putnam County, Tennessee, he hav
ing heretofore levied two executions is
sued by J. K. Douglass, ksq., upon all
the right, title and interest of the de
fendant in both the above styled causes,
in the premises set out and described
in the return on said executions, we be
ing summoned for the purpose of allot
ting and setting apart a homestead ia
said tract of land for the defendant,.
A. Stamps.
We each being duly sworn by said J.
M. Loftis, Constable, as required by
law, have allotted and assigned to.the
said A. Stamps the following portion of
said tract oi land as his homestead:
Beginning on a rock in H. M. Nicholas
east boundary line, it being 10 polea
north of his and said Stamps' dogwood
corner, thence north 11 degrees east 2T
poles to a stake, nbrth 50 degrees east
18J poles to a black walnut stump,
north 30 degrees east 27 poles to a stake
near the barn, east 10 degrees south.
20i poles to a stake in Josiah Brown's
line, thence with said Brown's line 44
Soles to a stake and corner near the
ead of Brown's spring, south 90 polea
to a rock corner with pointers, east 20J
poles to a buckeye and dogwood, south
56 poles to a rock in the east boundary
line of the original tract, thence west
to the beginning, containing 70 acrea
more or less, including the family resi
dence and appurtenances. We also ex
clude from the above boundary a right
of way for road, 18 feet wide, parallel
with the west boundary line of said
homestead, running north from the be
ginning corner, to thejroad. -
Said homestead, together with the
remainder of said premises, are showa
on the plat herewith exhibited as &
part of this report marked "A."
Respectfully submitted,
W.C.Maxwell,
A. J. Dudney,
Commissioners.
T. B. Jackson,
County Surveyor.
This June 15, 1911.
; 25-28 A. L. Weeks. Sheriff."
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND
In obedience to a decree of the Cir
cuit Court of Putnam County at Cooke
ville, Tenn., made in the case of Whit-'
son Bros. vs. A. Stamps, I will on Sat
urday, July 15th 1911. a 1 o'clock, ia
front of the courthouse door in the
town of Cookeville, sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in hand, the
tract of land in said decree described,
and levied on as the pr(Perty of A.
Stamps, which levy and boundary of
land is in the words following:: f
Came to hand same day issued, and
after diligent search there was no per
sonal property to befound in my county
upon which to levy this execution, and
I therefore levy the same upon the fol
lowing described tract of land lying in
the Second Civil District of Putnam
CountyT Tennessee, and bounded on the
north by Pinkston, on the east by the
lands of Holman, on the south by landa
of Clark, and on the west by the lands
of Nicholas, containing 137 acres more
or lessy as the property of A. Stamps,
subject to the homestead rights of said
A. Stamps. ' r
This January 31, 1911.
v J. M. , Loftis, Constable.
This June 15, 1911.
25-28 A. L. Weeks, Sheriff.
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