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.TAGE SIX BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COUIUER War Is Necessary In China for Saving Peace, Taft Says NEW YORK, Apri )3. MV—Sen.+. Robert A. Taft (R-Ohio) says prevention of a third world conflict "cannot now be accomplished without an aggressive war aaginst Communist China." Taft spoke last nisht at a meeting of the Yale Engineering Association. "It seems utterly ridiculous to me," he said, "that wlien there arc 800,000 (Nationalist Chinese) sol' diers on Formosa, some of them well-trained and ready to go, and thousands of guerrillas in south China with whom they can cooperate,^^ should not permit raids and invasion to make as much trouble for' the Chinese Communists possible. "I cannot see why such a policy would in any way incite Russia to war unless they're determined to go to war anyway." It Is Justilicd "From a moral standpoint," the Ohio Republican added, "we should be ' wholly justified in a complete invasion of China to punish an unprovoked aggressor, practical considerations, of course, make it Impossible, and no one has proposed It. "Genera) MacArtbiir and everyone else knows it would take many American divisions, and that those divisions are not- available and will not be for two years. Also I agree that such a general invasion of China might unduly incite Soviet Russia to war." If the original sending 'of American troops to Korea was to prevent World War II—as the President said last (Wednesday) night-then that purpose has been long completely lost from sight," Taft declared. Aggressive \Var Needed "It cannot now be accomplished without an aggressive war against Communist China and a punishment of the aggressor, as the North Koreans were punished. "The president's position Is completely Inconsistent. He justified an active move against Korean aggression as a means of preventing World War III. "In the second half of his speech he claims World War III Is prc- venned by a timid war against Communist China, and maintaining a Maginot Line defense against an aggressor which has already accomplished half his purpose." Lift from the Loot? NEW ORLEANS, April 13. (AP) —Salesman J. E. Ditto of Memphis hopes the thief who made off with his samples gets a lift out of the loot. , Tlie samples? Two hundred dollars worth of brassieres. Read Courier News Classified Ads Hollywood Continued from Page i Eleanor Powell will .slay home In Hollywood with their son while Glcim Ford goes to Prance next month to star hi "The White Road." Glenn calls it his most suspen.sefuJ film since "Gilda." The same heavy, George Mac-ready, will chase him all over France. The Freddie Bartholomews lire celebrating (heir fifth wedding anniversary, . . . New title for UI's "Tlie Real McCoy" will be "Coming 'Round the Mountain," borrov.-- ed from Dorothy Shay's allium. She makes her film debut in the picture. Danielle Darrlcux will be billed over Jane Powell wllcu MGM's "rtich, Young and rrcfty" hits the screens in Prance. She. made the studio \\rite 'it into her contract HORSING AKOUN'D Joyce lloltlcn, ou iier role of a horse who returns from animal heaven as a human in "One Never Know.s": lirrtl. I KO around with wisp.s nf 1 hay in my innulh anil the fellou-s at (ho corner driiRstrire whinny instead of whistle when I puss tiy. Whenever I run in the picture, the sound frat-k will £n 'clop-elnp-rloii.'" "Las Vr'gas Wcck-Eiitl," featuring Jane Russell niul Vic Mature, will be shot on location at the Flnmingo Hotel. . . Ruth Hcisi-cy's versatility is 'the talk of the town. She's hoji- pcct from stage star in "The noyal Family" on Broadway to .lerry Lewis' nlhictic maim" In "That's My Uoy' to the Mother Mary in n TV religious film. Switch: Sammy While, who nl.iy- cd a bookie in "711 Ocean Drive," now is playiiiK a. rabbi in "The Kansas City Story." Jeanne Grain, the lonj-halr Flier Lands Atop 14,408 Foot Mountain-And Gets Stuck There McCHORD AIR FORCE BASE. Was!)., April 13. (AP>—An Air force flier landed atop 14,408-Ioot Mount Itainicr yesterday—und lie's still I here. He wasn't able to lake off a^ain. The stranded Ilicr Is Lieut. John llodgkins, 31. of Selma, Calif, lie huddled in his soupcd-up Piper Cub plane throughout the I'ghl In 20 below zero temperature while the Air force and park Service tried to figure ways and means ot getting him down. Friends say Hodgklns has a desire to lie known a-s Ihe flier who has landed and taken off from a higher point than anyone else in Ihe world. He claimed he had done so with a 10.600-foot mountain— where it Is infon.mnts couldn't say —iiticl decided on capping Mount Rainier after hearing somebody in South Americ". had landed on and lateen off a peak higher than his 10,600-foot "airport." So yesterday Hodgkim spread straw over the runway at a liny airport at Spanaway, it do/en miles from Tacoma and about oo miles from Mount Rainier, then took off in his ski-equipped pljinc. Sgt. diaries Bunch, 36, Tacojna, lying in another plane, accompanied liodgkins as far as the mountain lop in clear weather. "I saw llodgkins land tlie plane in n stretch of snow in the crater Cobra Said to Be Lover of Woman MADRAS—(AI>)—Natives of near. story tells of daily visits by the six-foot reptile to tlie house of a villager named Narayanan The snake faithfully follows Narayanan's wife Namyani wherever she goes. Niirnynui went from frigdl at'first sight to her current attitude of respectful resignation. Popular belief runs tlmt the snake Is matin" love to the woman, it does not hesitate to slither into her bedroom. darthiR alt only on the entrance of another human. on top of the mountain," Bunch -Mid. ''Tlien I saw lilm get out of the plane and try to start It again by swinging on the propeller, "He had stripped (town the plane of all excess weight before leaving, and one of the things he left be- Ihe plane's automatic "If he can get the mnlor started he can take off, as It's fairly flat where he is." hind was starlcr Britain Seeks To Put Admiral In Pact Position LONDON, April 13. My-Britain Is making another try to put one of her rmvnl officers toji- raiikinjr post, ii'ltli tlie .North Al Ian tic Pact. Already Mocking appointment of a U. S. admiral as commander of pact, forces in Ihc Atlantic, the Britons last night v.'erc reported aiMO to have refused an American proposal that U. S. Admiral Robert n. Carney be named Atlantic commander in Mediterranean waters. Instead, official sources said, ihe British want tlic job for their oivn Admiral Sir John Edelstcn, Royal Navy commander-iti-chief of Mediterranean station. the Osceoia Student Wins Scholarship Jim 13. Wright, son of Mr and Afrs. Ira Wright of Osceola, plans to attend the University of Texas this fail on a four-year Naval HOTC scholarship. , ' A senior in Osceoia Higli School. Wright received one of five such scholarships awarded Arkansas students. He will receive a commission in the Navy at the end of the four years, and then years on active duty. standout, loses her long mane for her role opposite Cnry Grant, In "Dr. Praetorius." After testing tier in six wigs, of different lengths. Fox settled on n medium bob. . . '. Bob Fallon, who may be Marie Wilson's next hubby, turned clown a London movie offer. Marie wouldn't hear of It. ... June Allyson will play a piano prodigy who rins through Beethoven aud BraVmis H "Too Young to Kiss." A census taken by William the 3on(iueror in lOfiB was recorded in the "Doomsday Book" and was so unpopular thai censuses were not again taken until comparative!recent times. Stepped Up! Gasoline & Tractor Fuel Extra Miles Extra Power Get The Best '! Sell That Stuff" G. O. POETZ OIL CO. Phone 2089 SWIFTS CHICK STARTER MASH will give your baby chicks a good start —SEE US FOR— • Custom Hatchin9 * Baby Chicks € Swift's Chick Starter Mash BLAYLOCK HATCHERY No. Hijfhivay 61 — Rlydieville _ ['hone 3172 SW',i SW'.i -. < Lot 1.00 55 .25 160 Morris, Lot 6 of E. 10 acres, SW!i SW,i t Lot 1.00 .25 .25 1.60 Louise Moore, E. 1 acre of W. 3 acres, Lot 3 N10 N>4 SE',1 10 Lot. 3.50 .88 ,2.5 463 Odell Campbell, W. 233.75 ft. of E. 453.75 ft. of N. 187 ft. of Lot 6 of K. 14 acres NSU SWH 10 Lot 1.60 .38 ,25 213 Dr. N. G. Jerome, E. 206 ft. oi S. 152.52 ft. of N. 803.64 ft. S. of Ry. and W of Ili'y., NE',i SW, 16 Lot 9.00 2.25 .25 11.50 FRIDAY, APRFL IS, t-*j , i-iiu ii ui in y , t 11 cj-^ £3 vv :« 10 i-fjb y.w £.{.>> TOWNSHIP KIFTKKN (15) NORTH, KAN'GE TWKLVE - Rambo, ',i acre lot in NW Corner, Wii NK'.i NEU ....... 30 Lot 1.00 .25 KAST , . ....... . . .25 150 TOWNSHIP S1XTKKN (10) NOKTH, RANGK BIGHT (8) KAST Lee Tolbert, E. in ft, of W. 204 ft. of S. 1C5 (t. SWH SW'i ...... 26 Lot 6.50 1.63 .25 8.38 TOWNSHIP SIXTKKN (IG) NORTH, RANCK SINK (9) EAST J. W. Cowan, All in Ark. NE',1 E. E. of Levee .......... . ........ 21 6 30 .08 .25 63 Same. Ix>l ! Sup. Survey .......... 21 19 .95 .24 .25 144 TOWNSHIP SI.VTEK.V (IB) NOKTH RANGE TEN (!•) KAST Lula M. Goss SW/i NEH S. of Levee 20 16 Same NW','. SKVl 20 40 W. S. Roberts, W'.a NWU SE'.i... 22 20 Win. E. and Dorothy Griffin S. 425 (1. of E. 40 ft. 01 W. 202 ft. E'.i SW'/, SW',', 36 Lot 4.00 10.00 5.00 1.00 2.50 1.25 .25 .25 .03 .25 K. (). ADAMS SUBDIVISION TO BLV"l'm:\'H,I.E Lot Block A. H. McManlls 13 4 I.OO .25 Same 1.00 H. R. AIKF.N SUBDIVISION TO BLYTTIEV1LI.K T.S.Crosby 2 3.50 .88 ALLISON ADDITION TO KLYTHKVILI.i: Lucile E. Tillman 8 1 350 88 Jusnlca Tillman, S. I>t 10 1 650 163 Mary Uonneson, N. 40 fl 1 1 350 88 rtachel Stokes 3 2 3 50 ; 88 Thomas Gardner 10 5 359 gjj Clayton Times '.'.'.'..'.'.. 3 B 4^50 113 Miller Wadford 5 g 3.59 88 ,25 Blan L. atiles J. W. BAUER ADDITION TO BLYTHKV1LLE .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .88 S.-UI BAH.VCS SUBDIVISION TO BLl'TIIUVfLLE W. Q Alley. N. 100 ft U. A. Smith. S. SO ft. of N, 100 ft.. MI'S. J. P Moaney, S 60 ft J. T. Lewis Floyd Austin, "5!;! Floyd Sterling BAHRON * LII.1.V 14 "6 1.00 3.50 3.50 4.00 .50 2.50 .25 .88 .88 1.00 .13 .03 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 Pete Rushing A. J. Abernathy Leonard Taylor Same Thelma Cheatham . . ADDITION TO BLVTHKV1U.K ..... 3 A 4.00 1.00 .23 ..... 18 B 5.50 1.38 .23 ..... 15 C 4.00 1.00 .25 ..... 16 C 4.00 1.00 25 14 B 1.50 .38 May M. Dever S. II. BISIIOT ADDITION TO BLYTHEVli.LE .88 .25 BLYTHK ADDITION TO BLVTIIEV1LLE James Arnold. E. 38 ft. of. w. 76 ft. of Lots 4 ami 5 2 9 4.00 100 HIIAWLKY ADDITION TO BLYTHBVILI.L' Roosevelt Davis 13 ] .( 50 j j.j James Anderson 33 1 loo ''o Emmelt Coleman 15 2 100 ~>T Nettie Nevils .' 13 3 i 00 7 >5 K. M. BRYAN ADDITION TO BLYTIIKVII.LK Prank Elledge .Same C. A. Hyde Estate . Same Same Hnskell D. Graham Saine Kddic R. Ander.Hon Same 6 1 2 3 4 M; 5 19 20 4.50 .50 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.SO 3.50 4.50 4.50 1.13 .13 - 1.13 1.13 1.13 1.13 .83 1.13 1.13 12.75 3.38 4.63 4.63 8.38 4.C3 4.63 4.63 4.03 5.25 .88 3.38 7.13 5.25 5.35 5.88 .88 James Williams 22 Same . Unknown . Unknown . Unknown , Unknown , Milton Alco irn , W . 30 3 Edora Miller "' 14 Will Sykes '.','. 26 Sol Plad / 30 Wm. Clark 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 5.50 1.00 . 4.50 5.50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 1.38 ,25 1.13 1.38 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OK BLYTHEVILU Kl/ner Flowers, A lot 123 x 61',; ft., out of Lot 16 of W'.i E',i SW'/,, as per deed recorded in Boole 101. paee 382 9-15-11 Lot 400 100 Jas. B. Anderson, Jr., S. 54 ft. of W 103 ft. N. & E. of NW Corner «» Lot 4, of J. M. Jontz Subdivision to Blylheville, In Lot n Eli W',i SE!', 9-15-11 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .2S .2$ .2* 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.60 1,50 1.50 1.50 1.13 1,50 5M 7.1J JAMES Mrs. Rachael Prlvett, l Same TO 9 10 Lot 5.50 1.38 Lewis and Eugene Punches 6 .25 C 1.00 .25 .25 C 8.50 2.13 .26 TO BLYTHBVII.LE un.. 2 2 LARRY'S FOURTH ADDITION TO BtA'THEVILLE Johnnie Johnson Henry Andrews John King 7 10 43 .50 .50 .13 .13 Emma Lee and James Junior Bobbins Catherine Ross Madie and Pete Willis W. C. Webb Same . Same Harold Beacham and S'j W Guy Cuhi S. B. Patloii ... Same P. J. . Mrs. Martha Gallant PARK Joe Gillliand N. S. Rossie Troy Mayo Tom Trimni .......... MAV " ELLK slJBm ™ 10 * 7 10 2 2 2 '2 1.00 ? m 3.00 .50 .50 4.00 Lot 12 3 W. 18 ft. 6 E. 28 ft. 7 B C C C •1.00 !.50 1.50 4.50 .13 .13 1.00 1.00 1.13 .38 1.13 SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHF.VIHF ••• '5 2 3.50 .88 ON TO BLYTHKVILLE 9 2 '6.50 L63 15 D 3.50 .88 S. 00 ft 3 8 4.50 1.13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.50 10.88 5.25 1.50 1.50 4.0D 1.50 .83 5.25 5.25 S.88 2.13 5.63 .25 4.63 REBECCA l'A'1'TKRSON SUBDIVISION TO Bl,YTl!KVH?LE 1.13 8.38 * 3.50 .50 .88 .13 Willinrn Long Lonnie Hall Clyde and Eva Soivard, E'.b of w 2/3 of Lots 2, 3. and 6 2 5 M , 38 9 , I ACRE LOTS OF SUBDIVISION (These lots were formerly assessed In acreage) Sarah Bradley w ,j 3 4 50 U3 „. SKCON'D REPLAT OF 1'IUDE ,t OATKWAY SUBDIVISIONS TO BLYTIIKVILLK 4.03 .83 5.33 Floyd Austin Vina Cox ilol.sclaw R. D. Taylor Same B. P. Williams .. Clarence Edwards 25 s RI •>5 5B8^ Mary E " a s P rl "8* l ' c ' 1 <i'" 558 Leola Flex .25 4.63 . BUGG ADDITION TO BLYTHCVILLI! Mrs. I. M. Bentley ............... 5 4 5 50 j ,A. J. Abernathy, All, less S. 41 ft, o 4 650 l'o3 | P - R J? nlbo ...................... 3 12 3X10 '.15 J ' C Tnpp ...................... i ir> S5fl 13g A. L. Bration .................. 3 15 5 3fl .25 .25 1.13 S.3S 4.00 H. L. CHAMBERS SKCON'D ADDITION TO BIA'THEVILLE Floyd Moran Same Joseph Moore Same ] Same ' Same 9 10 11 12 I 1.00 2.50 1.00 4,50 1.00 1.00 1.00 .25 .63 .25 1J3 .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 IN THE CIIANCKKV COURT OF MlSSlSSIi'I'I COUNTY. ARKANSAS CHICKASAWOA DISTRICT Board nf Directors, St. Francis l.cvcc District Plaintiff vs. Mo. 11,6-7 KIMS Crutrcll, cl a I. and Certain Deliiu|iienl Li mis Town I...I.S !vm , Block5 ' Defendants N O T I C K The following named persons and corporations and all other' luivniE or cliui.ii.iB an interest in any ot Ihe following described land- ale hereby notified that .suit is pending in the Chancery Court of Mi". I on'of' ?l"! lyi A , rkansas ' Chickosawba District, to enforce the collcc- lion of said levee taxes, tor the year 1350. on the subjoined list of lands t .rv '"T mV ,'! Cr l a " dS bC "' ff sct ° PI " KUc hi5 or »* » ilmc «SP«-' tncly, together with the amount due severally from each: NAiMK i'url of Section TOWNS.,,,. Kt.UKIKKN „„ Hoss CroweJI, S' 2 Lot 3 and All Lot 4 Total 25CV Tax Penally Tillman and Lula Williams .".'". CHICAGO MILL i- LUMBKIl CO.'S 3rd Al.niTmN to ' OT. Sharp ............. 8.50ft. 5 3 7.50 1.83 John Landrum ......... N. 50 ft. 5 3 8.50 1.6S 25 r . K. r ri&se ................. 4 ^ j QA .j- 0 CHICKASAWBA GARDEN" ADDITION TO BLY'niEVIUF ' ' " rf , |- J ' Allcn ...................... 8 2 Same .......................... a 2 Dorothy Crawford Cole .......... n 2 ED B. COOK SUBDIVISION TO Jessie Woods ................ 5 A "8 .38 ~ "?5 / George Wheeler 10 5fl ; 50 ,, COOK &• WILSON ADDITION TO BLVTHF.VILLE' Mrs. EHen Wright, S. 30 ft ........ 3 4 50 I 13 •'s COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE ADDITION" TO ' KLrTIIEVII IV Ray Johnston 3 John Harget 3 L. O. Gill ]"" ! O. E. Hanner ],.. 2 Less W.'«> ft.' All 3 1.50 10.50 1.50 1.50 .50 r mmi'i:Kx"(iV,"NORTn. RAM^FI FVFV Raymonci Crawfor.l w.i W' 3 NE' W. of and adjoining Lot i. Block 4, R. Hays Addition. Nellie M. Terry. N. 72 It. of E. 150 It. Lot 1 ,W. of Ry., NE'i SW., 1 and Mavy May Lampion S. -;0 fl. SE'i NWU K. of Honey Cypress Ditch Mrs. M.iry Adkcvson, N. 100 ft. of S. 550 ft. of E. 155 fl. K 1 ; NW 1 , NE'i T. D. Mnrsluil. S. 15 ft, of N 1 . 225 fl "f K- 26 fl. of W. 316 ft. 1000 a Lot 4 nn .1. C. CHINE-II ADDITION TO BI.VTHKVII.I.K Hoilis White 6 T50 I8g DAVID ACRES ADDITION TO BLYTIIKVH.LE Lloyd Thomas : 14 3 9 M 23S Unknown 5 5 gM 2 25 Bill Reid Co ]i 5 9 QO 2.25 El " Rcid '.. 4 6 1.50 .38 DAVIS SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHF.VILLF, Nclhe Johns Bramley s. 80 ft. I 4 i oo 25 Sanle S. 55 ft. of EH- 2 4 1.00 25 DAVIS THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHKVILLE A. J. Canada E ir, 3 2 2.50 63 Sr!11!e W. 21 ft. 4 2 2.50 ' .63 KLI.IOTT ADDITION TO BLYTHSVILLE ' Paul Atkins 6 , , 50 3S Unknown 5 7 550 , 3g ri:i.GIIAAI ADDITION TO BLVTIIEVIM.B ?*™ Walls 3 2 !.00 .25 . Herbert and Ailie Hillmnn 14 2 i.OO 25 GREENWOOD ADDITION TO BLVTHEV1LLE Sam Paust ' 20 1 100 25 Samc • 21 1 '1.00 .25 HIGHLAND I'LACE ADDITION TO BI.YTHEVILI.E 7.13 .83 .68 13.33 2.13 12.13 Albert Harris " Alf Jones E. 175 ft' Beiinie Overtoil, W. 50 ft. of E. 225 4 , 4 3 16 n . 2 . 6 . 5 12 3 10 43 A D G G G N O P Q Q R R 25 A EDWIN HOB1NSON ADI 3.50 4.50 9.00 4.00 3.50 S.::0 3.50 1.00 1.00 1.00 i.03 i.oa 4.50 4.50 .C8 1.13 2.25 i.OO .1)8 1.38 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.13 1.13 N r ora Harvey Turner and Charlie May Pox.. Same ADDITION TO IM.VTHKV II.LK Same John Barr Catherine Binr Amelia Williams EsteJle Savage William Hoskins '..'.'.'. Arthur Shannon Zihnan L. White .'.".." Estelle Savage 13 14 n is P 10 6 10 11 12 13 18 4.50 llOO 1.00 3.50 3.50 -4.00 4.50 4.50 I.OO 4.00 4.E-0 4.50 4.00 1.13 .83 .83 1.00 1.13 1.13 .25 1.00 1.13 1.13 1.00 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4.63 5.B8 11.50 5,';5 4.53 1.13 4.03 1.50 Otto Unknown - . iu i.uu i.uj O. S. ROIJJSOX SUBDIVISION TO HI.VTHKVfl.LF Tate 22 .50 .13 .25 Rtn>l)l.E IIL-IGIITS ADDITION TO BLVTHEvil.I.E Joseph Roy Ham Richarri Fallght Same Sterling E. MmfT W. C. Reagan , „ ,.,„ lw SUNNVSID:: ADDITION TO BLYTIIEVH.LE Wallace Lucas 6 6 4 50 , !3 THOMPSON'S ADDITION TO BI,YTHKVri.I,B 2 1 2 12 5 3 4 4 6 11 3.5D 5.50 2.50 4.00 4.50 1.00 1.1.1 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 1.50 4.63 4.03 ,,5.25 5.B3 5."5 5.83 5.83 5.25 .83 .88 4.63 7.13 3.38 Unknown 1 I 00 VICK'S SmimviSION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mrs. Mary Morse Bust Justus 1 Same WKST END SUnoiVISION TO BI.VTIIKVILLE Norlhern ]6 2 2.50 .63 WILSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO BI.YTHEV1I.I.E Floyd Moisan 15 j 5() ,j J. B. Carter C. L. Lucius ..].....]. 16 21 4.50 3.50 WILSON'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLl'TIfEVILLE 11.50 [ Charlie Robinson. E. 25 ft. of W. 312 ft a 13 Same. W. 25 ft. of E. 220 ft Ernest Hill 1.50 FIKST 1.501 Rilcy Grice Same 3.38 3.38 Mrs. Dolly Brown 5 ( s 50 j. 38 Charley Sahba M i 750 , 8a ilOI.I.ANDAI.E ADDITION TO BLVTHEVILLE Mrs. Georgia Cohea .^ „ N. J. Humphrey ] 13 Unknown , 13 Jake Rhodes 1 Mrs. Tom Smith ',','... i j Same , ff . f 2 i Same . 3 iSamc .. . ... 4 C C C D t' P F F 2.50 5.50 !.00 4.50 6.50 1,00 1.00 1.00 .63 1.38 .25 1.13 L63 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 2.13 7.13 1.50 1.50 3.38 1.50 1.50 Mrs. Augusta Anthony Same 8 Lot 3.50 HOLLIf'KIKR A- SIIONVO ADDITION TO BLYTHKVILLE Lot 3.00 .15 3.00 • -5 4,63; Willie May Orr ... ., 3 Maude Tolliver 15 Hctlie and John Moore 9 • J * -I.Cfl J. M. Ferguson 15 3.50 4.00' 2.50 3.00 .63 I.OO .63 .15 3.38 ° " •- • i-J •) j.w .10 .^o «. W. IIOI.MPKTEU SECOND ADDITION TO Bf.VTHKVILI.E ' 7 Lot 3.00 l-ol 2.50 Lo! 5.50 Lot 30 I Sanfoirt and Aminlc Ashley S. 75 ft. of N. 150 ft. of E 50 It. nt W. 400 ft. Eli NW', NE', n H. V. Smith, N. 150 ft. of E. 60 ft. of W 250 (t. of EVj NW, NE'i 17 Pitls-Carmi Gin Co., 260x380 ft. Lot in SW Corner SW; SK'i E. of Ry 30 O. ii. Martin, S. 30 acres SWi SE', 31 TOWNSHIP KIFTKKN US) NOKTH [ Wm. Earl Moody. SE Corner Center 1/3 NW'4 ] [ or Jus. C. Bright, W. 101 ft. of E. 041 ft. of N. 215 ft. of N 1/3 NWU 1 [ ot TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) \ORTII, KAVCiF John Ed Grimes. Lot 1 of E. 10 • - . acres. SW% SW'l , M. f-; Cook, Lot 3 of B:. 10 acres. sw", sw.; ,_' Louise Hodge, Lot 5 of E. 10 acres, ; Adam and Mary Dotlthit -i.OO Lee and Adaline Austin J Unknown Sam Logan 4.00 : Corinne Halfcn I Sn me . ^ F'etcr Clark ^.38 Kame ""..'.. C*eo. Allcn '13 I.like and Ollic Mae Lard"!"! i Mose Mitchell and Louts Lewis. : Van Adams I-1.63 Eucene and [n<v. piuman ,".'.'.'.'. 9.63 i T. W Thompson TO' (101 EAST ( Dolhe Stokes -Same . •S8 ,25 -1.63 James Wea!hcn-i>oon ; K.inic •l:VKN 111) KAST iEvaTnd" Willie" F'Vlls"!!' . 5M;C ?' lis ' 1 " <l '- Iil1c Maf l! " r <Oscar ClarV ..'.'.','.'.'.'.'."' i LoO.Trim Johnson .... I Same .... 4.50 1.13 LOO .25 1.00 1.00 1.00 — 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 l.Of) 1.00 1.60 I.OO I.OO 1.60 I.OO I.OO 1.00 1.00 .150 l.BO 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 i.OO .25 .23 .25 .25 .25 2.? .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .2.) .25 .88 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 4.63 1.13 1 13 .13 .25 1.13 5 1 4.50 5 I 4.50 10 2 50 ADDITION TO OKLI, 3 6 1.00 4 6 4.50 . OHICIXAL SWIVEY TO I>KLL Billy D. Keener g o 3-50 8(J It. L. HAVS ADDITION TO LEACHVILLI-: ^" lill " lv »- 2 3 4.00 I.OO Bill King. LC6S E. 75 ft. All 1 5 2.50 63 IIOOKKK ADDITION TO I.KAC1IVII.LE Hitlman Potter \\.'\\ 453 ln IRKKGULAR LOTS IN : TOWN OF I.EAOHVII.LF. Cleadus Morrison, Center Pt. ot W. 100 ft. of Lot 9 SW", NEU 8-15-8 Lot 4.50 113 GKACE M. JACKSON AUDITION TO L'i \CIIVII.Ij'" Johnnie Davis 4 A 4SO , I3 2 MATTIIKWS THIKI) ADDITION TO l."A(!IIVll.LK .25 .25 .25 .25 .55 5-H' 5.33 .68 1.50 5.88 ."5 Ernest Woods 3 Hoivard and .Martha Selu.v 4 ;) n -, SMITH'S" ADDITION TO i.EA<;'riviu,i: .25 .25 U E LOO -Jd .25 12 E 3.oO Sa .25 STAUDKNMKVKK ADDITION TO I.KACIIVIH K Hev. Eugene Hall. E'.i. less E. I ID ft 10 A 550 138 ->5 HENRY ASHABRANNKR ADDITION TO .\I\N1LX '" Cliarle.5 Stroud, W 1/3 Lots 14. 15 and K. A. Sewell, W 1/3 Lots 1, 2 and 3 . Ned Rice A B n IKREGl.'I.AK LOTS IN TOWN Grant Bishop. N. 400 ft. of E. 222 ft. less N. 135 It. of E. 10 ft. Lot 1, NE", NW'i 31-15-9 Lot General D. Moblcy. 1 acre lot ill W"i NWU. as per Deed Record 108, Page 185 31-15-9 Lot SLOAN'S SUBDIVISION OF NKVi NK'.j, PranR Lee 3 4.00 1.00 .25 4.00 1.00 .25 3.50 .88 .25 Ol" MANILA 3.50 .88 .25 4.63 K. OF RY. 36-15-S 2.50 .63 .25 3.38 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 Eugene Sloan •.. s B SI.OA.VS SUBDIVISION OF WSJ NWSj. N. OF' RY 31MS-9 G. W. Bunch, Lot 4 N'W, NW'l 1 CO 25 -IS Same Same Lot 5 NW' Lot 6 NW'l NW 1 , 1.00 I.OO IVILI.FOKD * GARRISON ADDITION TO MANILA .25 .25 1.50 1.50 1.50 P. E. Ransom, S. 50 fl, of E. 125 ft. 1 1 Nellie McOraw, N. 80 ft. of S. 130 ft of W. 375 ft. of E. 500 ft. 1 1 ,2i 4.00 1.13 .25 S.88 Said persons and corporations and all others interested in said land! arc hereby notified that they are required by law to appear and make defense to said suit or the same will be taxen for confession and Judgment nnal rill be entered directing the sale of said lands for the purpose of collecting said delinquent tevee taxes, together with the payment ot interest, penalty and costs allowed by taw. WITNESS my hand as Clerk of the Chancery court of Mississippi 1.50 County, Arkansas, Chlckasawba District, this the 6 day of April, 1851, A D 1.50 (Seal) HARVEY MOHRIS '• 5 °l Chancery Court Clerk.

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