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PAG303 BLYTHEVILLE COURIER HEW3 'WEDNESDAY, JANUARY !M, •[Italian Front h-, . . '.'. Freezing Weather Adds f. To Soldiers' Troubles ••; On 'Forgotten Front' >• ROME, Jan. 24. (OPl—It's frost, ' not fear, that is making Gls shiver *:on the forgotten front—Italy. ••, The temperature has dropped be =-lo\v freezing in the coldest spell Italy ^.lias seen this Winter. And the Amrr- j'lcans nre bogged down in the Appe•l nine, mountains, spiny ridges so rng- f'ged that they almost arc beyond I imagination. *' It isn't that the Americans don't * have enough warm clothing. But as V,United Press. War Correspondent * Eleanor Packard says, in those 1 mountains there is a point where no * amount of clothing can prevent the > chill from crawling up your backbone. Few roads have had enough ' travel to eliminate the snow. And ; If the mercury does climb above .freezing, the roads are ankle-deep In icy mud. : " Most of the Gls eat nothing but cold canned rations. The Germans . are too close to risk lighting fires ' to cook hot food. And communlca- "lions arc too bud to bring it up .from the rear lines. - Gradually German artillery Is sur: passing the volume of Ailied shell; ing. The entrenched Nazis are gel- ting new supplies of ammunition from factories they have set up be" hind the front in Italian cities, „ But the cold and the Nav.i urtillci} i aren't the worst of the Gl's wor- "'ries. Those soldiers have been tnk- '*ing the toughest series of morale . .blows fought oil by any army 01 -any front. They think the "folks ' back home" believe they're Imvlnf, '.an easy time of it. Their relative Cwrite to tell them how lucky the; i= -are to be on a "safe" front £ Italy, instead of in action in France l^A safe front ,they say, safe fron everything but bullets and shells uiv '•cold and disease. Tne GTs have t ."wait out'the enemy In the grim ^mest endurance battle yet wage Awhile their families and even th ^newspapers back home aren't awar j'that n static front doesn't mean (ha "nothing is happening. -- As a matter of fact, a lot Is hap Opening. Only recently Gen. Mar VJ Clark, commander of the Allle ~ ground forces In Italy, told a How Military Affairs Committtee that h American soldiers are swinging moi than their normal weight. With few exceptions, 'they nevi have bsen numerically superior the Germans, even when on offen- 'Demo' Men Use Flamethrowers And TNT To Rout Stubborn Foe eliminate Ihc remaining Japs. Tvor-ici iK/a Rk-i/"lx<~ :r ihat afternoon, Foslerv,as I (cUbUre DUCKS Found By Negro Contain Brass EUFAULA, Alii., Jan. 24. (UP) — Like that famous old Englishman, William Shakespeare, the residents )f Kufaula have found that "all J. NH.'ilnsin, ot 1 Breed Street, I that glitters is not gold." Boston, Mass. The 10-year-old | A flurry of gold-fever was starl- to La lei temporarily put out or'notion when n Jap sniper drilled (lie gas tanks on his bark and made (he flamethrower useless. Another daring lad with the flamethrower, which he considers Ills ".specialty" altlitmgh he Is eriual- ly .skilled (akin;; up enemy mines nr throwing explosives, is Corporal Expert demolitions men are Pf. Delbcrt Foster, Reel.'): 1 . Art:., left, and Corp. David Beaxely. Jasper, Ala., right. SOMEWHERE IN THE PACIFIC Delayed)—When the Japs In Sai- jan's caves, pillboxes and log-recn- 'orccd earthen entrenchments rhosf lo die rather than give up, n formidable foe became a deadly miblein, but Leathernecks with TNT nnd flamethrowers proved an adequate answer. These demolitions teams, composed of skilled Marines who added a knowledge of explosives to their ideptiu'.w with n rifle, made them-' selves one of the most feared coin- uat nulls in the bloody battle for the iiarianas stronghold. Typical "demo" man is Corporal David W. C. Bcaslcy, 20. of Route 3. Jasper, Ala., n veteran ol Guadalcanal, Tarawa anil the Saipiut- Tlnian campaigns. In the Pacific for over 2C months, he knew the Japs as tricky, dangerous foe. "They arc tough to knock out," Bcasely recalled recently, "ami I've seen the time when even n charge of TNT exploding in a pillbox failed to convince a dozen Japs tha' Hie war was over for them." Eeiisely tol ( | of the push the famed Second Marines made from Karaberra Pass westward to tht sive. But for months they have tied bcnche , s of northern Saipnn in the up some 25 German divisions In It- ]ast [urlculs days ot baU1( , (or lnc aly, troops which the German army lstadi His unlt cricmm tered t needs desperately on the western i,eavily fortified plllbnx. Demoll and eastern tionls And it's a stai;- ' • gerlng, if not newsworthy, contribution to the Allied cause. E.isl Is West INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPl^-Pas- scngers often get on the wrong streetcars ; and go the wrong way, but seldom .do .we hear of the streetcar operators who go the wrong way.' However, it happened here rc- v pently .when a female "Wrong Way • Corrigan"—and right in ttio rush hour—went \vest instead of east, v and had to go clear to the car barn ' and begin over again. On her next run, the male passengers were heard to chorus, "No, no, don't turn here." tlons men were ordered forwan when the strong point proved too much lor advancing rillcmcn. Moving to within throwing range of the Jap position. Beastly heaved in a charg-j. The explosion should have killed 12 Japs inside, but otic run out very much alive, (o be cut dOTUi by waiting riflemen, mid lire continued lo come from tile concrete emplacement. Beascly and his team threw in I wo more charges, but the Japs caught them and threw them cut. "It was discouraging,' Bcase- ly said, "so 1 moved in front of the pillbox door for a better position ic .with his rifle." Another man on Bcasely's team, overlug his move-up, dropped (ho tip. with, a .blast from his. rifle. From the more favorable position, I'NT Wocks will) delayed action uses' were lobbivi inlo I he pillbox ind the obstacle eliminated. Marlnp Private First Class Cal•In I?. Lee. '18, of i:i5Q Richmond \venue, Des Molnes, Town, helped llmiimtc entrenched Japs,in the .treet-to-strcel lighting for Gara- )ini, Saipan's chief lawn. His closest call came during the last night of battle for Saipan. His unit was cl'.ig In along a road i the northern lip of the Island, j During the night someone on the other side of the road called for help. "It was a f.roup of Japs." he said, "and we almost walked Into one sweet trap, but we got them instead. It was too close for comfort." In the rugged ravines, full of tumbled, razor-sharp coral rock. Japs had ideal hide-outs. On a ridge bordering one of the few running streams on I he island, well dug Jap positions were holding up the Ma'.'ine advance. About 15 Japs covered the creek crossing, making approaches lo the ridge costly. ' Demolitions man Private First Clars Delbcrt Foster. 21, of Route 3, Rector, Ark., working witli a flamethrower, told how crafty Marines waited till the machine gun Marine began learning the points of flamethrowers in the i,lricdy Tarawa battle, and Improved liis skill on Saipan and Tlnlan, his buddies, "He is one of the ... ,„„.. best 'cave men' we have, with a ,:nark all his own for reaching jeep 1 inlo any cave the Japs pick. lor cover." , As Marines get closer lo the Jap homeland, defenses become more intricate, und the work for the daring demolitions teams will Increase. But the "old timers" : arc hard at work teaching the lessons i hey learned under fire to new men. and [he "demo" men will continue as one of the most feared combat nulls in the Marine Corps. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka- sawtiu District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. De-mile II. Smith, Plaintiff, vs. No. 1)301 Alice Mae Smith, Defendant. The defendant, Alice Mae Smith, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the c;iption hereof and answer, the complaint of the plalnllir Dennle II. Smith. Dated this 17 day of January. 1015. IIAUVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Doris Muir, D. C. Percy A. Wright. Ally, for Pllf. . Claude Cooper, Atty. ad Intern. 1|24-31-2|7-14 fine cd about Eufaula a few days ago by reports of a Negro field hand plowing up 10 solid gold bricks in- scribed with mysterious symbols, ft's true the bricks were unearthed. And it's true about the mysterious inscriptions, But It's not true that they were solid gold, For amateur geologists and chemistry got togelher, and niter much head scratching and no little scribbling, came forth with the opinion that, while there may be .some gold In Hie bricks, there Is considerably more brass. However, there was no expert decision handed down as to who burled the brass-gold bricks, or why, or what the cabalistic symbols might mean, If anything. V COUKT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT HOARD OP DIRECTORS ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT PLAINTIFF V6. No. 8553 RUSSELL FIREMAN, ET AL, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS NOTICE The following named persons and corporations and all others having or claiming an interest in any of the following described lands are herein notified that suit Is pending In the Chancery Court of Mississippi County Chlckasawba District, Arkansas, to enforce the collection ot safd levee taxes, for the year 1041, on the subjoined list of lands, each supposcil owner's lands being set opposite his or its name respectively, together with (lie amount due severally from eiich: Total Tax \ Total 25% Pen. .1 Niimc—Part of Section Sec. Acres Tax Pen. Cost Cosi TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NOKTH, RANGE EIGHT (8) EAST J. F. Crain—SE cor. SEV'i SE',i , 13 1 ,25 .QG .25 ,5C TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NOHT1I,' UANGE NINE (9) Novris Parks—Nli NWVi SE'l E. of levee 28 "1 1.75 44 Morris Parks—Nvi NWW SE« W. of levee 28 10 .50 13 E. L. Parks—SVi NWVi SE'/i E. of levee.. 28 10 2.50 G3 DAVIS THIHD ADDITION TO BLYTJIEVIM.!! •'rank C. Douglas—SVi 1 5 2.00 .50 •'rank C. Douglas 2 5 4.50 1.13 VIoses Simon—N'.L. : 3 5 C.50 1.03 'rank C. Douglas—S!G S 5 4.50 1.13 "arris Simon 15 5 1.50 1.88 'arris Simon 10 5 3.50 .88 J. M. Fowler , 9 8 11.50 2.88 HEAHN ADDITION TO BLYT1IKVIU.K •V. A. Bickerstaff 9 1 3,50 .88 H. F.nstburn Estate 0 5 6.50 1.03 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 ,25 2,1f 5.811 8.3i| 5.Mi 9.0o 4.63 4.03 j 8.3E I HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mrs, Carey Woodburn Pheney 1 5 1.50 .38 .25 HIGHLAND 1'LACK SECOND ADDITION TO BLYT11EVH.LE Jesse White 8 9 C.50 1.G3 .25 83e : | Wendell M. Phillips 11 9 1.00 .25 .25 15(',f Wendell M. Phillips : .12 9 1.00 .25 .25 Mrs. O. B. Phillips—SVJ LotT & SVi Lot 8 12 7.50 1.88 .25 HOLLANBALE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVlLLr. I'roy Garner 7 F 1.00 i'2.5 .25 HOLL1PETER AND SHONYO ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Isiah and Josie Neal . Willie and Dixie Clark Mose Wells 3.50 3.00 .50 .15 .13 .25 .25 .25 IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF BLYTHEVILLE Scc.Twp. Rgc. P. M. Hurst—Lot201nSE!' 1 '3EVi 9 15 11 3.50 .88 H. M.Ratcllll—Lot 5N!i NE'/, SEW.. 9 15 11 250 .63 C. H. Wltatlcy—15 sq. It. lot SE'/i SEU 16 15 11 2.50 .63 Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr.—Lot 3, Block C N 1 /. NEVi :. 21 Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr.—Lot 4 Block C, NK NE!i '. ; 21,15 11 2.00 .50 Joe Eskridge—Lot 16 in NK NEli..,. 21 15 11 .50 .13 JACK MIClIEUi AUDITION TO BLYTJIKVILLE ,25 .25 .25 4,6; 4.0C' .8! 4.K 3.3! 3.31 15 11 9.00 2.25 .25 11.51, TOWNSHIP J. T. Simmons- FOURTEEN (14) N'OKTIl, RANGE. TKN (10) -Eji NE!', W. of Road 33 60 17.00 4.25 In the Chancery Cuurt of Ihu Chick- asaivba District of Mississippi Cmmly, Arkansas. W. P. Merrwethcr Plalntiil. vs. Elolsu 'Coicmim Meriwether Defendant. WARNING ORDER The Defendant, Eloisp Colcmnn Mcriwclher, is herewith warned to nppi-nr to tliis Court within 30 days of this date to answer complaint of Plaintiff, W. P. Meriwether. .Witness my hand as Clerk of-this Court and the seal thereof this 24 day of January, 1915. , HAHVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Mary Lee Jarratt, ,D. C, (Scal> 1J24-31-2J7-14 Meetings A stated meeting of Chlckasawba Lodge No. 134 P. fc A. M. will, be held tomorrow night, 1:30 o'clock at the hull. The E. A. degree will' be conferred. It was announced totla> by II. H. Aikcn, worshipful master chattering at them stopped lire for reload, and the Leiitlu-rnecks charged the stream. He said: "The Japs threw grenades at us, but they hit the waier, sank, and exploded harmlessly, when \ve Beware Coughs from common colds • nni if? '-/\ Thai Hang Q, Crcomnlsion relieves promptly Because it goes right to the seat of tltf trouble to help loosen and expe: perm laden phlegm, and nld nature lo soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous mem- crcssed the stream nn ( i sturicd up trancs. Tell your druggist to sell you the ridge, Japs jumped out »f their n totllc nf Crcomulsioii with the un- lidles and came charging at us derstandlng you must like the way ii waving their sabers. They were m.ilc!;ly allays the cough or you are easy.' Flanking the ridge positions, Foster and his tcnm-inatcs put ex- to have your money back. nnuox door lor a ucuer position icr IUIH ins luiim-m."^ i"-" -•• , r , when a Jap (lashed out, blasting at plosives and fliunellirowers to work tor loughs. rasa en sa s:s en na KS ::-: ra 133 ra sa as as ES cs All ovet th« country wiv*s aod are collecting w«t« pape*. Tb«7 wxkctt&nd that out fighting tnea dcjperately t»tt Ail aided wa/ amcrki. They aw making a weekly habit of old aawipapcrt, boxat, wrapping*. Thejr irt not burning oc d««roytag wwtt papw — dMy u« Modlug It to auk* or wrmp mort duu» 700,000 *«tr»flt war axdclea us«d by out waxlc*. D« f««r put aloof with Ac«« pttrlodc Gt< jrouf clubs, drk and diurdk group* behind titU moremeat. Collect w»«*» p*p«r~iraadW it—*nd Mm h In .,. and help H. S..V.KTOIY WASTE PAPER CAMPAIGN TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, rs. N. F. McGrew—SW!i NE'/, 'i-ter By«l—NE'/, NWM "... ob Edgin—SWK SEK . L. Ebccn—SEii SE'/, .-.,.. . L. Ebccn-S',(. NE'/, SE',1 RANGE EIGHT (8) . 2 40 10.00 2.50 43 10.75 2.19 10.00 2.50 10.00 2.50 •5.00 1.25 3 4 32 32 40 •10 20. KAST .25 5.4. .25 .8: ,25 3.3. EAST .25 21.50 EAST .25 12.75 .25 13.19 12.75 12.15 Ernest Hansom—E. 50 ft. of W 100 ft... 1 .50 .25 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO BLYTHEVILLE Dr. J. A. Saliba .1 45 o,50 Irs, Kate Ferguson 1 46 5.50 I'ARK ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE 'om A. Little • ...'...,,.... 1 4 9.00 .25 .25 .25 G.50 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE NINE (9) EAST us Smith—NWVI SW'i NE'4 igar'Cartwrlghl—N!i-Lot 3 NE'/, NW'l, less 1 acre 30 10 2.50 .63 .25 3.38 3! 9 2.25 .56 .25 3.06 uge;ie Sloan—WVi NW'/i, less E. 5 acres NWVi 31 75 18.75 4.69 .25 23.69 iilcago Mill & Lbr Co.—all orig.surNWM 30 2 .10 .03 .25 3B hco. Kotfmsm—NWV, BWV, Sup. Survey East 61 Levee 36 5 .60 .15 .25 1.00 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NOKTH, RANGE TEN (10) EAST hieago Mill & Lbr. Co.—All Orig. Survey ' SWVi'NEVi 19 31 1.75 1.94, .25 5.94 iralnage Dial. No. 17, Miss. County—Lot 8 E. of Levee, Sup. Survey 19 37 2.80 .70 .25 3.15 :. II. Wallace—E. 93a SEli S. or Bayou.. 22 93 23.25 5.81 .25 29.31 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE ELEVEN (11) KAST ,rch Lindscy—Lot 4 N',i NVi SEV1 10 lot 6.50 1.63 .25 8.38 . T. Simpson—Lot 1 of E. 14a. NE4 SWM 10 lot 4.50 1.13 .25 5.88 ,. Craig—NW'-l NEW W. of Road ....32 1 .25 .06 .25 .56 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NOKTH, RANGE TWELVE (12) EAST . H. Florida—Bet. G.M. lines, NW« NW% 10 7 1.75 .44 .25 2.44 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE THIRTEEN (13) EAST Dr. Carl Nies SW corner, SEVi 8WW..'. 5 3 .75 .19 C. C. Adkinson—Lot 10 Resurvey, SE'4 7 2 .50 .13 .Irs. Lois L. Douglas—SW 1 /, SEV. 9 40 10.00 2.50 !dna Mae McDanlel—N. 511W ft. of W. 511'/i ft. WVi EVi NEV, 9 6 1.50 .38 Mollie Buckner—E 2-3N;iNW« W of levee 10 1 .25 .00 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTH, RANGE EIGHT (8) Frank Foiitz—24a in EHi NW'.i SEVi...... 24 24. 6.00 L50 •Tank Foutz—E!i W',i NWM SEtt .....24 10 2.50 .03 Frank Fouto—All in Ark. EVi WVi'SWM NE 1 /, 24 2 .50 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.1' .8! 12.7: 2.1 .5 EAST .25. 7.7 .25 3.3 .25 1.63 1.38 8,31 2,25 .25 ll.5(. REPLAT OF J. P. PRIDE AND GATEWAY SUBDIVISION 1 TO BLYTHEVILLE atta, Fowlkes fc Gordon ...; •:..'... 21 Clarence & Irma Startles .......' -3 Vfrs. Lula Walker—W 50 ft ...:...... 7 ieatrice and Roosevelt Hirst—E. 300 ft of W. 350 ft : ; ....... 14 D F, 1.50 1.50 3.00 .33 .sa .15 .25 .25 .25 2..U- 2.1'. 4.01 1.50 .38 .25 2.1" | RICHARDS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lloyd Stickmon 6 B 1.50 1.88 .25 9 63 .loyd Stickmon—WVi 1 B 1.00 .25 .25 1.5C L J. Brown 8 E 9.00 2.25 .25 11.5C EDWIN ROBINSON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Walter and Pauline Turner 1 4 3.50 .88 .25 Walter and Pauline Turner ; 2 4 1.00 .25 .25 Walter and Pauline JIMmer 3 4 i.oo .25 .25 'ear 1 White .'. ' 4 4 1.00 .25 .25 ,Valter and Pauline Turner 9 5 6,00 1.50 .25 Stanton and Mattie Whaley 8 fi 3.50 .88 .25 Mamie Tucker n 8 1.50 .38 .25 East Ark. Builder's Supply Co..,.'... 4 13 3.50 .88 .25 Israel Ennoh - '. 5 15 4,50 1.13 .25 H. C. Nash ' S 18 4.00 1.00 .25 II. C. Nash 6 IB 1.50 .38 .25 RUDDLE HEIGHTS ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE J. W.Allison ;. 5 4 5.50 1.38 .; Glen Harrison 4 9 3.00 .75 .: GlenHarrison 3 10 5.50 1.38 John Praser • 4 10 1.50 .38 John Praser 5 10 1.50 .38 . John Frascr fi 10 5.50 1.38 . TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTH, UANGE NINE (9) EAST J. W. Cowan—All in Ark. NEVi.E.of levee 21 6 .30 .08 .25 .63 Drainage District No. 16—W. PL NWVI SW 1 /,. less Ditch 21 5 1.25 .31 ..25 1.81 J. W. Cowan—Lot 1 Sup. Survey 21 19 .95 .24 .25 1.44 Chas. Orr—NE'i SEV. Sup. Survey 130 33 356 .99 .25 5.20 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NOKTH, RANGE ELEVEN (tl) EAST Lilly Bailey—Lot 8 S',4 NE'4 33 lot 2.50 .63 .25 3.38 Lilly Bailey—Lot 9 S'i NEU 33 lot 4.50 1.13 .25 5.88 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (10) NORTH, RANGE THIRTEEN (13) EAST T. H. Hatfield—S. 831.5 ft. of W. 683 ft. lot . SUNNYS1DE AUDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE John Ewing . 2 4 5.50 1.38 John Ewing :;.'.' 3 4 1.50 .38 East Ark. Builder's Supply Co. . 10 4 4.00 1.00 A.R.Anthony 9 5 3.50 .88 Alfred .Lee ' •....:...; 10 5 4.50 1.13 Alfred Lee : '..: :..:...:,... n 5, 4.50 ' 1.13 . SUNRISE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE O. C. Hawks—E. 25 It .' :.... 3 1 7.50 1.88 WEST END SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Irving and Dora Washington 1 2 4.50 1.13 Lela Wilson 9 W. P. Sumrall 21 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4.C3" 1.5C !.5( 1.5( 7.7; 4.G; 2.1! | 4.6! 5.8! 5.2; 2.V. 8.K •1.01 Jane Postcll '. V. P. Sumrall 1 Sup. Survey : 32 9 1.26 T. H. Hatfield—S. 25a, Lot 2 8up. Survey 32 25 3.50 T. H. Hatfield-Lot 3 Sup. Survey 32 41 5.1-1 T. II. Hatfield—W'.i Ix>t 4 Sup..Survey... 32 20 2.60 1.19 .65' .25 .25 .25 .25 ALLISON ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Lot Blk Horace White :.'... 6 1 P. E. Tillmnn i... , ' 9 1 P. E. Tinman. i-'S.i...-. .jj'.i.'....' :.. 10 1 ijlnl 1 Allison;-i.^.^M;}^ ••. ' * :• 2 N.'J. Shivers V.' '.'. 6 5 Finas Bobbitt 9 7 3.00 1.50 5.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 .75 .38 1.38 .88 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.83 •1.63 7.17 3.50 4.00 2.13 7.13 •1.63 4.C3 4.63 AMERICAN LEGION SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE N. L. Cisscll 1 9.50 2.38 .25 Unknown '........ 4 1.00 .25 .25 SAM BARNES SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE Ida Mitchell—N 110 ft. less S. 50 ft 1 .50 .13 .25 Sam W. Barnes -.11 .50 .13 25 Unknown 1* ,50 .13 '.25 BARRON ft LILLY ADDITION TO BLYTHKVU.LE Jess S. Burton 8 D 3.50 .88 W. S. Sweat 13 E 3.50 .88 Mattie Murdaugli »1 F .50 .13 Essie Kooncc—S 1-3 12 F 3.00 .15 Sallie Predtnorc ' I 5.50 1.38 12.13 1.50 BLYTHE ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mike Simon Mablc Simon W. D. Cole—EV4 Thomas F. Simon—E'.» Farrts Simon—\VV6 — 6.00 6.00 1.75 4.13 7.88 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 7.1' 2.1 i 5.2; 4.6 , 5.8 5.8 9.6'.')' 5.8! 5.2: 5.2! 5.2: 5.2!. FIRST ADDITION TO DELL H. B. Jones : - 1 6 2.50 .63 .25 3.3! R. L. HAYES ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE !. L. King 8 2 1.00 .25 John Smith SVi 15 5 4.00 1.00 MATTHEWS FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Leroy Kosenbaum ..' 5 1 1.00 .25 NELSON'S FIRST ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE \rk. Associated Telephone Co.—S',i... 1 A 10.50 2.63 G. H. Johnson—N 140 ft 7 A 3.00 .75 ORIGINAL SURVEY. TO LEACHVILLE George Jabbers ..;..,..:.'..V'..'.'.. 1 10 4.50 1.13 4.0! 4.6: .8! •1.0 1.1 30.25 30.25 9.00 20.88 39.03 PARK: ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Mrs. Laura Keith 4 B 4.00 1.00 A. E. Hudson . : . 14 B 4.00 1.00 SMITH'S ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Trustees Home Demonstration Club 22 A 1.00 .25 Trustees Home Demonstration Club 23 A 1.00 .25 Trustees Home Demonstration Club 24 A 1.00 .25 W. Y. Johnson '. 26 G 2.50 .03 W. Y. Jnhnson 27 G 1.00 .25 W.Y.Johnson 28 G 1.00 .25 W. Y. Johnson 29 G 1.00 .25 H.A.Jones 30 G 1.00 :25 II. A. Jones 31 G 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 13.31 4.01 5.81 5.2: 5.2! 1.51 1.51 1.51 3.31 !:?( Lot. 1.5t ; STAUDENMAYEK ADDITION TO LEACHVILLE Mrs. Lula Hawkins 9 A 6.50 1.63 O. T. Myracle 3 C 6.00 1.50 H. M. Hendrix 5 C 6.00 1,50 J. M. CARRUTHER3 ADDITION TO MANILA Irs. Ora Johnson 9 1 .50 .13 Irs. Ora Johnson 10 1 4.50 1.13 E. M. BRYAN ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Unknown—W. 50 ft. of E. 100 ft. Lots 1718-19 and 20 .50 .13 .25 KUGG ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE H. M. Ratcllft Estate .-. 8 2 1.50 .38 iUrs. C. D. Elam—W 24 ft 4 5 3.50 .88 .SS 2.13 4.63 S. C. COSTEN-S SUBDIVISION TO BLYTHEVILLE W. W. Shaver I 9 50 2.38 .25 12.13 H. L. CHAMBERS SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE C. J. Sisson 14 1 LOO .25 .25 1.50 C J Sisson 15 1 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 C. J. Sisson 1« 1 100 .25 .25 1.50 CHICAGO MILL & LBR. CO.'S SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLt G. W. Barham—W'.i 2 3 3.00 .15 .25 4.00 G. W. Barham 3 3 7.50 1.68 25 0.63 C. V. Seobaugh—E'i 6 6 .50 .13 .25 SS CHICAGO MILL i LBR, CO.'S THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLF Alfred Landrum 5 3 2.50 ,63 .25 3.3P H H Bolton 6 3 3.00 .75 .25 4.0i K. H. Bolton 7 3 1.50 .38 .25 2.1: Gallic D. Tcaslcy 6 6 6.00 1,50 .25 7.7 CaUte D. Tcasley 4 7 5.50 1.38 .25 7.1 .ROLLISON REFLAT OF NJ4 BLOCKS 5 & 6, CHICAGO MILL AND LUMBER COMPANY'S Znd ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Bud Rose—S'.i 5 5 .50 .13 .25 Bud Rose 6 5 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 Harry Fritzius 11 6 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 Harry Frttziu.i 12 6 1.00 .25 .25 1.50 DAVIS ADDITION TO BLYTHF.VILLE B. O. Thornton—\V 20 ft 9 11 800 2.25 .25 11.50 DAVIS SECOND ADDITION TO BLYTHEVILLE Mrs. Odtc Freeman '.' 5 5 5.50 1.38 .25 7.13 ORIGINAL SURVEY TO MANILA !rs. G. O. Stewart 89 nter-Rivcr Tel. Co 108 ntcr-River Tel. Co 109 :eo. M. Matthews 112 ico. M. Matthews 172A Rosa Caraway 180 ?osa Caraway 180A Rosa Caraway 181 Josie Argo—WVi 195 Jpsio Argo—WVi 185A losie Argo 196 Tosic Argo 196A Rex Herring 204 8.00 8 A 1,00 8A 4.50 13 4.00 1.50 2.00 6.00 4.00 2.50 .50 3.50 .50 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 16 1.00 2.00 .25 1.13 1.00 .38 .50 1.50 1.00 .63 .13 .88 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 ,25 l.lr 7.7; 10.2. 1.5 5.8 5.2! =-a 2.-CJ 7.711 5.2.1 3.3.) .8! 4.6: .8 PARKVIEW ADDITION TO MANILA Ora DilUs H 3 4.50 ; .1.13 .25 5.8! Ora Dills 15 3 4.50 1.13 .25 5.8f G E. Snyder 11 5 1.00 .25 .25 1.51 G. E. Snyder 12 5 4.00 1.00.25 5.2: Mannie L. Dilts 4 6 .50 .13 .2o .8, MannicL.DIlU 5 6 .50 .13 .2? -8 Mannie L. Dilts 6 6 .50 .13 -2a .81- Annie L-. Dills 12 6 1.00 .2 ? .2 ? Annie U Dills « 6 1.00 .2s.2o l. u IRREGULAR LOTS IN TOWN OF YARBUO Sterling French—Lot 100x150 ft. lying 50 ft. \V of and parallel lo Lot 8. Block 1. Original Survey to Yarbro In 6W«, NWU. S. of Bayou 27 16 11 9-00 2 - 25 -25 11.5 ( Said persons and corporations and all others interested in said land/ nre hereby notified that they arc required by law to apiwar and make defense to said suit or the same will be laken for confession and Judgniciv final will be entered dtrecling the sale of said lands for the purpose o collecting said delinquent levee taxes, logelher with the payment o Interest, penalty and costs allowed by taw. Witness my hand as Olerk of the Chancery Court of Mississipp County, Chlckasawba District, Arkansas, this the 18 day of Januwj 1945 A D HARVEY. MORRIS Crurtccry Court Clerk.

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