January 11, 1939
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
State of Louisiana, State Land Office, Baton Rouge
December 19, 1938
Application No. 22 has been made to homestead the SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 Sec 7 and N I/2 of NE 1/4 Sec. 18, T. 20 N, R 1 W which was adjudicated to the State in the name of S. W. Hamilton Estate, for unpaid taxes of 1932.
Unless the above property is redeemed within thirty days from date of 1st publication, homestead entry will be allowed.
Lucille May Grace, Register.
There left my place about three miles northwest of Marion, on December 8th, one black mare mule with a white mouth weighing between 800 and 900 pounds. Has rope cut on one of front legs. Is sway back with long keen neck and flop ears, and is between twelve and twenty years old. Finder please notify the undersigned and receive reward.
K. S. Thompson, Marion, La.
MARE TAKEN UP
I took up at my place eight miles north of Farmerville on or about July 16, 1938, one roan mare weighing about eight hundred pounds, and looks to be about ten years of age. Owner can recover property by paying all costs, including this notice.
W. A. Agerton, Truxno, La.
Between 800 and 1,000 Jewish children whose parents have died during Hitler’s persecution are being sent out of Germany and taken into English and French homes. It is a fine thing for the English and French to do and in notable contrast to the barbarism of Hitler. There is no promise in Scared Writ for the man who robs and persecutes his brother, but some wonderful promises are made to those who receive a little child.
There are exceptions of course, but as a rule the reason why some people get along so much better than some others is that they work hard and save their money.