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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 11, 1940, High Point, North Carolina Monday March la 1940 Bathe High Point Enterprise Piedmont Center of Industry Bice Point North Carolina Page nine news of interest to Farmers Piedmont North Carolina destined to become leading Dairy Section Extension expert says an hours planning saves a Days Garden work Boe amp Msj Bollom no Ai Tzemos i coolie a la thai Jet Elmerj tuck Tetje 4 h club crops Union Tho 5.490 boys who conducted 4-ii club crops projects inst year arc the four youths pictured above Borden Holloman of Wayne county was the 1039 Corn Champion producing 12k.28 bushels j of Corn on a measured acre. Bemus Bedwards of Rutherford county is the Cotton Kin. He made 960 pounds of lint and 2,280 pounds of seed Cotton on his club acre. Harlie Nick he Stititt. I a 14-year-old member of the Turkey 4 h club in Sampson county won the horticultural Crown by harvesting 187 baskets of peppers from a one half acre plot for a profit of $160.88. Elmer Tucker of Bitt county led the 4-11 tobacco producers with 3,702 pounds of Leaf from his one Are plot for a profit of j $243.21. Each of the four boys will receive a one Vear scholarship the Carolina state Collette from funds donated by the cites movement of Dairy manufacturing companies to the South College station Raleigh March North Carolina is destined to become within tile next few years one of the most intensive Dairy sections of the South if not the entire United states says f. Ii. Farnham Extension Dairyman of state College. He cited the movement of Dairy manufacturing companies to the South in the past 18 months. A a the time has Farnham declared Quot when Piedmont North Carolina has a permanent Market for Ai of the a Shade tree or barnyard milk it can by the term Quot Shade Tref milk a Farnham meant milk produced without the expensive equipment necessary in Selling bottled milk to individual Consumers Quot or in other words milking the cow wherever you can Catel her under tile Shade of a tree in the pasture or behind the barn Quot he explained. It it fun ing station Farnham said thai when the Carnation milk company opened its first milk receiving station at Statesville last april 215 Farmers i began Selling from to 10,-000 pounds of milk daily. There Are now 748 Farmers supplying this station 23,000 pounds of milk daily. In addition the Carnation j company has opened a receiving j station at Albemarle and is preparing to open a third Plant at Shelby. The Albemarle Plant received 3.031 pounds of milk from1231 Farmers the first Day it is i a now averaging 7.000 pounds of milk daily from iss Farmers. Ltd met it k conf it a is k it v a Complete condenser is being built at Statesville by this same j company at a Cost of $300,000. It will be the largest of All the car j i nation plants in the entire United i states. Farnham stated ice Cream and other Dairy Man j Ufa it luring plants in the state Are opening up milk routes through j out the Piedmont Section and Farmers Are grasping the Opportunity to supplement declining income from tobacco and other so j called Quot Cash use. A guide line when opening Ori Lis to assure straight rows. A Well planned Garden is a real satisfaction. It is easier to cultivate and yields most him cd a Milia Quot i i t to a a a a a i by Robt. Ruple a piece of tissue paper fitted across the Mouth of a inverted Glass Jar will prevent the writer Frow running out although the Jar May be 20 it tall four Steps to a Well planned vegetable Garden. While Good vegetables will grow in crooked rows or even if the seed is broadcaster Over Beds the work of cultivating and caring for the plants is immeasurably reduced if the seed is sown in straight Row. Take the trouble to stretch a line and Mark the Row with exactness it will save hours when the time comes to push a wheel Hoe Down the aisle Between them. Rows running North and South Are Best to let Sunshine reach the soil after the plants Are Well grown. Distance Between the rows May vary considerably. In Small gardens Well supplied with Plant food rows of Low growing crops May be As close As 6 inches. The Best distance for crops not exceeding 2 feet in height is 18 inches which enables you to cultivate each aisle in one trip with the wheel Hoe. Time spent in thinking out a Garden program deciding what you want to grow and then drawing a plan will be Well repaid by results. Transferring this plan to your Garden area is easy if you proceed methodically. An evenings thought May save afternoons of labor not that labor Ian t Good for you but Why waste it in most gardens there will be other things to do. Your plan should provide for the whole season. This Means in some cases two or More crops grown in the same Row. Where several successive crops of the same vegetable Are desired there Are two methods of getting them. Either sow at about the same time Early mid season and late varieties which will come into yield at different times or make several swings of the same variety ten Days or two weeks apart. Where directions say sow in a Drill it Means a shallow Furrow. Sowing in Hills does not mean in elevations unless you live in a Section of heavy rainfall. It Means a series of spots evenly spaced at each of which several seed Are sown As contrasted with the continuous Row which is termed a Drill. Vine crops Are usually sown in Quot Hills a and they need room to spread. Plan your Garden so that Early swings Are made at one end. And the rows Are added in regular order As planting proceeds so that the planted area is always Complete without vacant space. This simplifies cultivation and irrigation. Remember that to sow in straight rows to thin out properly so your plants have room to grow to cultivate faithfully so that weeds never grow and protect your plants against insects and diseases these four Points carefully observed will make your Garden one of professional Quality. Solis Merida Vocata the Man with the mysterious eyes i 0v intently gazing Ata person he can bring him toward him he can Stop an opera Star from singing with a glance Vanilla has a pleasant odor but no taste a sensor illusion the charter Oak in which me original charter of Connecticut was concealed was Given a military funeral when or die int Bells of Hartford Tol led Ano a military Bano pm Yafo a own Over in emms Wmk cd a Rte r Oaks fun or i a the finn Otic tree that stood on the slope of Tell Hill at Hartford cy>nn., became an historical landmark when the original charter of connect Cut we concealed in a Largo cavity in the trunk about two feet from the ground from the Umer of Ibn to the Spring of i huh. The charter in a Aid to have been hidden to prevent from falling into the hands of governor Androl. Tile tree lived iat year after this incident until it umm Blawn Down during a Gale on August 21, Knafl. In tribute to tile part it played a the states history the Hells of Harford were tolled and a military hand played a Dirge of its remains. Person indebted to said estate wills thence along said new St. 8 to 30 please make immediate payment j e 131 it a it to an Iron stake in Angle the the 12th Day of february. Imo. In said Road thence 8 83�?� 45 e. Along a. N Hedrick administrator of the estate of mrs t. 8. Mary Lou Hedrick 2-12-19-26�?3-4-11-18 to american nitrate educational Bureau. Mass meetings go out in favor of personal contacts necessity will increase Garden acreage this year College station. Rall Fiche March la necessity will play a major role this year in increasing the acreage normally devoted to Home gardens u r. Niswonger Extension Horticulturist at state College a aril today. The depressed tobacco and Cotton situation almost demanding that growers turn to farming sidelines will mean that families will begin producing More food and feed at Home. Food Hak family Niswonger said Quot no other plot of ground on the farm of similar site contributes More to the health of the family and wholesome economical production of food than the family vegetable a Many As 20 different vegetables May be grown during some period of the year Iii North Carolina and at least three or More kinds will grow each month in the Garden for at least two thirds it the year. To encourage families in the production of More vegetables the aaa this year is offering one unit credit which amounts to $ 1.50, for each Garden grown according to specifications. The requirements ate that the Garden shall be protected front livestock and poultry that it produces a minimum of Iov it and than Perse one a a gettable durin that it consist one tenth of n n. However no Ere will re req t h year less a per than f any Montgomery county agent purchases breeder Jack Troy. March agriculture of Montgomery county took another step Forward last week when w. of Troy purchased a breeder Jack reports assistant farm agent w. Ii. Pruden. Jack service was not available in the county before and banners were forced to carry mares As far As 50 Miles for service. As a result Many mares were Bever bred. Quot since we now have tills service available Pruden said raised every year to supplement the farm family to secure the payment. New leaflet issued Niswonger recommended further that not More than one fourth of the Garden area be planted to any one vegetable at the time. He also advised that three or More different vegetables be growing in the Garden each month for at least eight months of the year a new leaflet. Quot Tho Horny Garden and the 1940 agricultural conservation May be secured free from the agricultural editor state col Sulphur kills Peanut disease Extension pathologist finds Leaf spot not so hard to combat Goldsboro March la. Personal contacts with Farmers to explain the 1940 agricultural a conservation program Are being substituted for mass meetings i Wayne county communities re a ports c. 8, mint farm agent of the state College Extension serv ice. Growers Are notified to meet i in centrally located places in their township where the pro Gram is discussed with them in individually by a representative j from the county agents office banners say this procedure is far better than mass meeting. Since they Are Able to obtain More definite information about the program. Cabarrus poultry men reap i Rich profits from Chicks Concord. March county poultry men Are real a Ding increasingly the importance j of better bred Chicks for their j Hocks says w h. Williams As. Blatant farm agent. A total of 8.805 Quality Chicks have been ordered by Farmers j through the county agents office this year the Price ranging from 14 to 55 cents per Chick. By combining the orders of different poultry Man. A total saving of j $55 was made. Triple a will provide pea v etch seed to Winter banners notice of Sale in the High Point municipal court North Carolina Guilford Gauntt said new St. 22 a it. To a stake or. W i o. Jones Comer thence along said Jones line 8 3�?� 30 w 78 it. To a stake n. Corner lot no. U As per councils 1 plot thence along the line of said lot j la n it w 150 it. To a stake n w. Corner of lot la on e Side of Hall St thence along said Hall St n 3�?� is b 93 it. To beginning. Beginning at a stake or Stone 3 it. 8 of a Large Whiteoak in j. W English line. Running thence s. 4 a Quot a with try of High Point a municipal Cor old in glue Ltd 371 Poi to a Stone rotation made available to 4 four utilities in 1939 As an Experiment College station. Kal i High March Winter pea and hairy vetch seed will be available to North Carolina i Farmers in 19 40 As a Grant of Aid under the triple a program it was announced today by e. Y. J Floyd. Aaa executive officer of state College. However he said i that there still is some doubt As to the Quantity of seed which will j be available through this source for Winter cover crops. Experimental Winter pea and vetch seed were made available to four counties of the state in the fall of 1938 As a Grant of Ald on an experimental basis with the idea that the program would be extended to other j counties last year. However a shortage of seed in the Pacific Northwest producing areas caused the plan to he abandoned for that j season. Floyd said that the Federal government made Loans to producers in the Pacific Northwest to insure in adequate Supply of seed for next fall. W. G. Finn. East Central Region director of be available in 1940 for distribution As Grants of Aid. Request Hurvey to ascertain the demand for these seed the triple a officials have requested county and Community committees to make a Survey of the situation and report to state College Headquarters by March la. The austrian Winter peas will Cost Farmers approximately 5 cents per Pound. In discussing the problem. Floyd said Quot North Carolina has about 8.000,000 acres of open cultivated land. In 1938. About 100,000 acres were covered with Winter crops and in 1939 approximately 99.000 acres were covered. It should he the goal for the state to have four times this acreage in the fall and Winter of 1940-41.&Quot mrs Florence Edmonds. Elizabeth p Jerome and husband w cd. Jerome Len Tlle k Martin trustee tor b 6 Womble. B 8 Womble Wachovia Bank and Trust co executor of w m Hendren deceased. Carri h Smith and husband a z. Smith. Jr., and Elizabeth h Long and husband Charles w Long heirs of w m Hendren. Deceased under and by virtue of an Arder made and entered in an action in the w o. Jones Corner thence e 4�>�?� 8 with Jones line 44 6-10 pole to e Stone in Jones line thence n. 4>� Deg e 37 Poire to a Stone thence w 4 a n 44 6-10 poles to beg being Lota nos. I 5, 7, and 9. Plat Book 4. Page 37. Beginning at a Stone 20 it n from Pitts and Council Comer in w o Jones line running thence 8 86�?� e 83 it. To a Stone s w Corner of lot 25. Thence n. 3>,&Quot e 180 it. To s Stone in w line of lot 23. Thence 8 86�?� w 83 it to a Stone in or. Pitts municipal court of the City of High a _ Point. North Carolina entitled City i the nce a 3 a w with plot a 1 108 it to the beginning. Beginning at a Stone in the Road near w. O. Jones Corner and running thence s 20 pole to a Post Oak Jones of High Point a municipal corporation v. Mrs Florence Edmonds Elizabeth p Jerome and husband w o. Jerome. Len Tlle a Marttn trustee for b 8. I and Trust co executor of w. M Hendren deceased Carne h Smith Womble. B 8 Womble. Wachovia Bank Corner thence w on said Jour line 73 pole to a stake Jones Corner in barbies line thence n. 20 pole o a stake and Quot husband a a Quot Smith or and �?~i1 English line thence 73 poles along Elizabeth h. Long and husband Chaa. A Long heirs of w. M Hendren deceased. The undersigned commissioner will on the 8th Day of april 1940. At la of a m. St the East door of the Guilford county building in the City of High Point sell at Public auction to o l. Johnson line to the beginning containing 9 acre and to poles. Being lot 32, Block 2. Plat Book 3. Page 7. Being iou 23 and 24, plat Book 3. Pm 7. Being iou 19. 20 21. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. Notice of Sale of real estate under and by virtue of the Power of Sale contained in that Meruin deed of Trust executed by j. Preston Scott and wife addle Scott dated August 15th, 1927. And recorded in the office of the Register of deed of Guilford county. North Carolina in Book no. 582. Page no. 306. And in accordance with the terms of that certain Extension agreement dated March is 1939. Default having been made in the pay the j Merit of the indebtedness thereby be building i p soils Farmer this year Are More interested in building up their foils than they have been in the past. Reports farm agents of the plate College extensor service. Night coughs colds Duc to College station. Raleigh March who conducted 70 demonstration in 13 Eastern North Carolina noun at Home Quot agent i tie in the past three year re i Coit crop ran he j port an average increase in value of $6.60 per acre As tile result of dusting peanuts with Sulphur to control Lea spot it was announced Here today by Howard i. Carri Extension Plant pathologist of state College. The disease control treatment boosted the yield of nuts an average of 265 pounds per acre and the yield of Hay 412 Pound per acre. Advised unquestionably Garris said that As a result of the farm demonstrations the practice of applying Sulphur dust to control Peanut Leafa pot can he recommended unquestionably. He suggests that at least three and preferably four applications of the Sulphur dust he made at two week intervals starting about the second week in july. Analysing tile demonstration projects Complete details of which Are on file in the offices of no cd More than Quot Salve to quickly relieve distress before you go to bed rub your Throat Chest and Back with warming soothing mustered. You get such Quick Relief because Muster Oleis More than Quot just a its a marvelous stimulating counter irritant which helps break up local congestion and pain due to cobia. Its soothing Vapours ease breathing. Used by millions for Over 80 years 3 a Trentha regular children a mild and extra Strong 40. Hospital size $3.00. Robeson Farmers Purchase big order of fruit Trees Lumberton March la. A Robeson county Farmers have Juat purchased 107 club orders of fruit Trees for Home Orchards through a cooperative order reports w. I. Reynolds farm agent. Each order consisted of to Apple. To peach one Cherry and one Plum tree in addition to six Raspberry plants. Quot this number of tree and plants will make a Good Home Reynolds said. A a a a planning Hig production the erection of a number of curing and storage houses is a definite indication that More North Carolina Farmers Are planning to produce Sweet potatoes commercially this year. A Plant certified potatoes planting certified Irish potato seed will mean higher Quality and increased yields at Harvest time says l. P. Watson Extension Horticulturist of state College. A a a a a destroy weak Chicks crippled and weak Chicks should be destroyed at hatching time since they Are More susceptible to disease which May spread to the healthy Chicks says a f. Parrish of state College. Aaa has reported that a Barvel a 0f go, Pound of peas and 15,000.000 Pound of vetch will notice of Sale in the High Point municipal court North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation v. R m Campbell and wife Molly Campbell j. Holme lumber company c. 8. Hanes. Andrews Cooper lumber company. Beeton hardware company Wachovia Bank at Truat company. Salem Steele company. Davis electric company. High Point mortgage at investment company. John d Biggs receiver for commercial National Bank. Under and by virtue of an order made and entered in an action in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina entitled City of i thence cured and demand having been made for Sale by the owners and holders of the Notee. The undersigned trustee will sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cesh at the East door of the court House in the City of i Greensboro. North Carolina at 2 of clock p m. On tuesday. March 26. 1940. The following described property located in the Elty of Greensboro. Guilford i county state of North Carolina beginning at a stake on the southerly aide of Spring Garden Street in the City of Greensboro. North Caro Lina. Which stake to located at a Point 343 feet South 73 Deg. And 45 min. West from the southwesterly Corner i of the intersection of Spring Garden Street and Kenilworth Street and running thence South 17 Deg. And 15 min. East 259.82 feet to a stake thence South 80 Deg. And 2 min. West 50.4 feet to a stake thence North 17 Deg and 15 min West 253 43 feet to a stake on the southerly Side of Spring Garden Street with the southerly Side of i the highest bidder for Cash subject 37 7 of the Fuller place plat i to the confirmation of the court the boy a up a property hereinafter described located beginning at a stake on w. Side of in High Point township. Guilford i Willowby read St j. A. Cecils Corner county. N c. And More particularly in it running thence n w with said St described As follows Euto Stone thence w with said Roland Park 7� to. To atone miss spencers Cor being lot no 66 in the property Ner on it. Side of said St. Thence 8 known As Roland Park recorded in j about 30 w. 174 it with miss Spe plat Book 3. Psf 60 in the office of n a in to a ton spencers Corner in the Remitter of deeds of Guilford i 6. Jones line thence s e with i county n. Jone 40 it. To a poet Cecil and the above described land will be j Younts Corner thence n. E. With Cecil sold subject to Street assessments and j 10 tti9 beginning All City and county taxes not included beginning at a stake on 8 tide of in the judgment in the above entitled la Extension of Willoughby reads St. 52 a it. From j. J. Haworth Corner building Flower houses Flower Garden should be to county farm agent lha Extension i get 1 go f of tvs it a cd fun Ltd specialist Naid the in dusted plots yielded an average of 1,54 6 pounds of nut per acre. And dusted plot yielded 1,811 pounds of nuts per acre. The yield of Hay per acre was 1.617 pounds in undiluted Fields and 2.029 Pound per acre in dusted plots. Relation to the House advises John h. Harris Extension lauds ape specialist at state College thousand of halt have been sugar Fields. Unemployed put to work police of in Morocco tile cultivation Aud using Force Havana. Cuba. Are to break up com use of tobacco is forbidden by Muniot meeting. Point a municipal corporation v. R m. Campbell and wife Molly Campbell. J. Holmes lumber company. C 8 Hanes Andrews Cooper lumber company Beeton hardware company. Wachovia ban Ai Truat company Salem Steele company. Darla electric company. High Point mortgage a investment company John a Biggs. Receiver for commercial National Bank the undersigned commissioner will. On the 1st Day of april. 1940, at 11 00 o clock a. A. At the East door of the Guilford county building in the City of High Point sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash. Subject to the confirmation of the court the Pio Porty hereinafter Dee cubed located in High Point township. Guilford i county. N. A. And More particularly described As follows being lots 4 and 8 in Block 8 of Snow Park plat of which is duly re i corded in the Register of deeds office tor Guilford county n. A. In plat Book 2, Page 98 the above described land will be Auld subject to Street assessments and All City and county taxes not included in the judgment in the above entitled proceeding. Said property was listed in name of i to m. Campbell for year 1935. This the 26th Day of february. 1940 h. L Baumgardner. Commissioner i 2-26�?3-4-11-18. Spring Garden Street North 72 Deg. And 45 min. East 50 feet to the beginning and being better known As no. 1507 Spring Garden Street in the City of Greensboro. North Carolina and being More specifically described As the property of j. Preston Scott according to a certain plot or map made by w. B Trogden jr., c. E. Dated May 21st., 1927, and being a part of that certain parcel of land conveyed to j. Preston Scott by Geo. Donnell. Administrator. By deed recorded in Nook no 106. At Page no. 659. In the office of the Register of deeds for Guilford county. North Carolina. Reference is also made to that certain agreement dated january s. 1935. And recorded in the office of the Register of deed of Guilford county. North Carolina in Book no. 753 at Page no 386 this the 23rd. Day of february. 1940. Alexander Parker d c a Rae trustee. 2-28 3-4-11-1 proceeding said property a listed in name of mrs. Florence Edmonds and w. O. Jerome for year 1935. This the 4th Day of March. 1940 h l. Baumgardner commissioner 3-4-11-18-25. Notice of Sale in the High Point municipal court North Carolina Guilford county City of High Point a municipal corporation v. W c. Jones estate. Mrs. Carey o. Jones widow Elizabeth j. Mcpherson and husband Bruce Mcpherson w c. Jones. Or. Tom Jones Wachovia Bank and Trust co. Hood system Industrial Bank Myers dept. Store. John d. Biggs. General contract Purchase corp and running thence w. With said St. 52 i to. To a Stone thence s. 150 to a a tone thence e. 52la it to a stake thence n. With line of Jackson 150 it to the beginning beginning on the s. Side of in Extension of Willoughby reside St. At Hayworth Corner and running thence w. With said St 105 it. To a Stone thence s. 150 it. To a Stone thence e. 105 it. To Hayworth Corner thence n. With said Hayworth line 150 it. To the beginning beginning at a Stone on Willoughby reads St Hayworth Corner on 8. Side of said St. And running thence s. With Hayworth line 150 it. To a Stone thence a 2 n. To a Stone too it. Thence n. 150 it. To s Stone on said St thence with said St. E. 2 s. Too it to the beginning. Beginning at an Iron stake on 8 Side of w Reed St w c. Jones n. W Corner and running thence 8. 13 45 w. Under and by virtue of an order i a a us the line of Jones Iso it. To an made and entered in an action in the municipal court of the City of High Point North Carolina entitled City of Point a municipal corporation v. W c. Jones estate. Mrs. Carey o. Jones widow. Elizabeth j. Mcpherson and husband Bruce Mcpherson. W c. Jones jr., Tom Jones Wachovia Bank and Trust co. Hood system Industrial Bank. Myers dept. Store. John d. Biggs. General contract Purchase corp. Tile undersigned commissioner will on the 1st Day of april. 1940, at la in o clock a. My a St the East door of the Guilford county building to the City of High Point sell at Public auction to the highest bidder for Cash subject to the confirmation of the court the property hereinafter described located i in High Point township Guilford county n. C., and More particularly described As follows tots 2. 4. 5, 8. 8 Ai 9. Plat Book 9, Page 57. Iron stake thence 8 68�?� 30 w 147 8 it. To an Iron stake in the Center of said Allred St. Thence n 33 30 w 264 it. To an Iron stake on s. Side of said Reed St thence n. 85 i. With said Willoughby Reed St 31613 it. To the beginning. Beginning at a stake on the s. Side of w. R St. Now Chestnut St. W. Jones Corner on s. Side of said Chestnut running thence in a s w direction with lines of lot 24, 23. And 22 1213� it. To a stake Jones Corner thence in a n. W. Direction 150 it. To a stake on e Side of Tipton St. Thence n. E. With said Tipton St. 18 it. To a stake on the 8 fide of said Wyllo Reed or Chestnut St. Thence e with said 8 Side of Wyllo Reed or Chest St. 175 it to the beginning. Being lot no. La in Section no. 13. Plat Book 53. Page 561, being lot no. 2 As per amp or plat of the w. O. Jones property is situated Between the friends Church Grove and lots 4. 12, 14, 15, 16. Plat Book 4. The lands of the estate of l. Jones. Administrator s notice having qualified As administrator it the estate of mrs. T. S. Mary Lou Hedrick deceased late of Guilford county North Carolina this is to notify All persons having claims against the said estate to present them to the undersigned on or before the 12th Dat of february. 1941, or this notice will be pleaded in bar of their recovery. All Page 37. Being lot no. 13 in what la known described and recorded a Pitts map plat Book 4, Page 37. Being lot la. Plat Book 4. Page 37. Being lots nos. 2, 3, 6, and to. Plat Book 4. Page 37. Reling lot no. I As per the a 8. Worth Survey of the w. O. Jones property. Recorded in the Reg. Of deeds office for Guilford county. N. Book 172. Page 518. Beginning at an Iron stake on the e. Side of Council St. The line of and beginning at a stake on s. Tide of a Anthony running thence in an e new St., running to Rock Quarry and direction with the line of mrs an n. E. Intersection of said St. And Hall i Thony 150 it. To an Iron stake in tilt Jones line thence in a n direct with the Jones line 32 it to an ii stake. E Reitzel Corner thence a w direction with line of said rein Iso it. To an Iron stake on e aide said Council St. Reitzel Corner then in a 8 direction with the line of a Council St. 32 it. To the Bwl Nimg beginning at a stake on lift e. Side Council St. Julia Anthony Corner i Nung thence in an e direction with of Anthony 150 it to a stake in of estate of w. O and Lizzie Jane Julia Anthony Corner thence s. Direction with line of said Ester of said Jones 55 it. To a stake Jon and Council Comer thence in a direction with the line of Jones 130 to a stake in said Jones line then in a n. Direction with Council by it to Hie beginning. Beginning at a stake on the e i of Council St Bascom Jarrell con running thence in a n direction said Council 8t 130 it to a St a w o. Jones Corner on e Side of Sal Council St thence in an e. Direct a with line of Jones 150 it. To a St in Jones lines Jones Corner thence a 8 direction with line of said Jon 122 it to a stake in Ald line Jere Corner thence in w direction line of said Jarrell 150 it to the beg Nung beginning at a stake on the e so of Council St., running thence e direction with the line of said a. Thony 150 it. To a stake in line of Lai belonging to estate of w o Jon thence in a n. Direction with said Jota line ii it to a stake. Jones Corner said line thence in a w. Direction wit line of said Jones 150 it to a stake e Side of said Council St Jones Coner thence in a 8 direction with to Council St. 18 it. To the beg. Beginning at an Iron stake on e St of Council St. Whittington Corn running thence in an e direction i line of Whittington 130 it. To Iron stake. Whittington Corner in to of Jones estate thence in a n direr1 Tion with said Jones line Hoft. To a Iron stake in said line. Morefield Corner thence in a w direction we Morefield line 150 it. To an Iron stat in e Side of said Council St. Mon Fields Corner thence in a 8. Directly with said Council St Hoft. To the ginning beginning at an Iron stake on Side of Council St. Marcus a Dix. Con Ner running thence in a w directs with line of said Dix 233 it. To an in stake Dix Corner in w. Jones in thence in a 8 direction with line Jones 250 it. To a take in line Jones or estate of l. Jones then. In in e. Direction with line of w Jones or estate of l. Jones 423 it to a stake estate of i c. Jones Corner thence in a n. Direction with line estate of l. Jones 20 it. To an ii stake the Anthony Corner in said in thence in a w. Direction 190 it. To a. Iron stake in Corner of lot 25. A Council plat thence in an direction with Council St. 233 it to Marcus Dir Comer the beginning beginning at a stake t o. Whit to Notona Corner on e aide of Council St. Running thence e with Whitting tons line. 150 it. To a stake in Jones line thence 8. With the Jon line 174 it. To a stake in said line thence w. Parallel to said Whittington line 150 it. To Council St Thane n along e Side of Council St. 171 it. To the beginning. Beginning at a stake on the w eld of Council St., now w. E. Linth Cut Corner running thence w. Along Talcum line. 150 it. To a stake then s. Parallel to Council St. 145 it. To stake thence e. Parallel to Linthicum line 150 it. To a stake on Council St thence n. Along Council St 145 it. To it the beginning. Beginning St a stake on w. Side o. Council St. Linthicum Corner running thence in a w direction with let he cum line 150 it. To Linthicum come thence in a 8. Direction 200 it. To stake in Culler line thence in an East pm direction with the Culler line. I it to a stake on a Side of said coun Cli St., Culler Corner thence in a a direction with said Council St it to the beginning being lots nos. 13 and 14. Recorded in plat Hook 2. Page 44 All descriptions being recorded Tai the Register of deeds office for Gull Ford county n. The above described land will be sold subject to Street assessments and All City and county taxes not included ii the judgment in the above entitle proceeding. Said property was listed in name o w. Jones estate for year 1936 this the 26th Day of february. H l. Baumgardner 2-26�?3-4-11-18. Commissioner

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