The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1948 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, *f AfcCH it, 1948 BLYfrTEVtLLfe One-Man Riot Named folsom May Ride Out of Alabama to Becbmfc Political Factor in U.S. : *T LjU O. Wllwm WASHitfOTON, Match 41. (U.P.)—fte«'S rrlof* fcfltflsl Pr«io>nl (Vuman In the South thai; *, civil right* rebellion. The something adiied 16 » one-man riot liiuViM fcoisoln who used to tie a White.House cop aiul now Is joVefrior of Big Jim Folsorii kisses the girls'^ ' Iml acts like a .hillbilly comic. Jiut Re also reminds jIUeiy Solithdrii (talesmen of the mistake thej* made long ago In laufchlhg Ihe anticS of young Sdntherh gOverhor ' wore green pailaiiia.'i oil sc!mi- public occasions and made hlifiself often ridiculous bill always niore powerful in politics. The other young man was Hucy Pierce I^ong of Louislann, later a U. S. senator. Polsom has not yet reached bong's peaks of audacious achievement. But he's gaining on it. Long was the most impiulent political figure of our iliotithi limes. Next to the Inte Franklin D. Roosevelt he had the most on the political ball. And he had no scruples. itliejr Fe»f>« hjf F: I), ft. When Long was shot and killed In 1935 In his state capitol at Baton Rouge he whs the mail th politics most feared by the late FDR. Fear was rio.name for the utter terror long inspired ahibng Louisiana politicians or the dread he Inspired amolig the irolillciahs dt ilblghhn'r- liig states. Had he lived Long almost inevitably would have become Shipping Head Soyi Shipments ToRuuio Stable NEW YORK, Mir. 27. (UP) — Commodore Robert c. Lee, executive vice president of the Moore McCormack Shipping Lines, said yes terriay slilpments to Russia weri much the same as they had beet for the past 20 yfars. ills lliie. iii sole agent for al Soviet ships trading with this conn try, hart handled 15.000 tons of car go per month for Russia during the iJSst yekr, Lee Getting Ready for Business in an liileFView. the leader o[ States senators bloc of United from Southern slates elected pretty much by his own efforls. Former Sen. HrUtle W. Caraway, He emphasized thafTit was entirely with the consent and knowledge of the Uiillcd Stales gbVeni- ment_ Tlie shipping executive *«!fl 12 ships have left from both coasts, Including four from New York; slhce the beginning of the yeSr. Lee said a "nuick check" of his records showed that 20 ulrplan^ he Is backed by a newspauer, "The Southern Farmer." Folsom cam- balghs with » hillbilly bind called p.. Ark., was elected to the f5en-1 the slrawtieffy plckSfj. Long was ate largely through Long's ohe-week | a bafitl campnigiler, 166. Folsorrt campaign In her behalf. He picked brandishes a corn shuck broom and !c was ent to lick them in nocratlc primaries and unm- Sen. John Overton. D., La., for the Senate in 1932 and Overton Is still there. Had he lived Long pifihned to ga into Mississippi and Arkr»li5as_ in the 11)38 calilpaign and lick Sell. Pat Hnrristtii aiid Seii. joe Ti -Roli- Ihson. He was ent to tile Demo inate men or vVomen of his choosing. He might Have done It ''• Hc llati otller P' an s for 1938 RntT thercnfler. Long campaigned with a couple ftf sound trucks, one up ahead in fionie rilrai cainmUhH.v gathering the crowd while the addressed the poplilace froiu tile other. His campaign was a mixture of every-man- a-king and Bible thumping religion. He claimed to own what he ile- Acribed in. private as the "biggest blankety blank Bible to be bougnt.' 1 Southern statesmen remember |. Long and his sound trucks alid his campaign antics in the role 01 kingfish. \vhich was his tag. And they look at Polsom and ponder. Goes After the. "Rascal-i" Kissin' Jin! is 39 years old nnd now completing tHe fll-st yeai' of his term as governor. Like I,ong Just in case llie drafi is reVii'eti, employes In Ihe Selective SerOlcc Records heaatiUarl6rS in Washlhglon, p. C., ore getting ready for business. -William BcliJiiWm. ot AsheVille, N. C., sWecjis behVCcii tli* fo*s 6( filliig cabiheli in the basement of liie building. The files are marked fitid scaled with steel tape. promises he'll sweep the rascals out, That was Huey's kind of stuff. Folsoni IK running for president and so did Long. L6ii|'s sliScialtj 1 was rollslhg the rural districts and playiiig dtmiti ori occasidh. He was SfiWfl as * whip lasH ; Maybe *\Msom has his political cunning and sense of strategy. He's a left winger and wants the Democratic presidential ildniiiiallon oh B platform similar in some ways to Henry A. Wallace's, He has no chance to be nominated alid doubtless kilows that. He Is playing down the civlll rights issuft Which has other adUtlMrrj governor* in a frenzy. "The Southern Farmel-." which he does not cohtrol but which suppoi'ts him. Is already out ill favor of the civil rights bill. Folsom says the government Is being rim by monopolists, bras* liaU and tea slppers. He's against tht Marshall plan. Of Mr. Truman, Folsoili says: "The head o( our party Is a nice man. But he's not running our party any more." Keep your eye Oh BIJ Jim som. Follr years -front -now he may have caUse Up With the \ale king fish in political Influence. $580 Millions Set Aside for Aid to Japan I'OKYO, Mai'. 27. (TJPi— The Uillleil States Is ylftnliliig an alfl- to-Japan proBl-am niiiountlllg to isSfJ.dOO.aoO 111 the flfsl year ntul hol»s Jaliati will be able to Ilnrini!c lU own recovery wilhih five yerr^s, TJ. S. Uilrtel'secrelary of the Army Wiliiftrh Dl-atiel- told a press con- Sligitles had bceh sent to the UJ9-S.lt, Last Scplehibcr and 10 last Jlliy. 3im:e thch he felt uer- faln that not more than 10 additional motors had liccti handled. • He ridiculed reliorts that the nol'l of Ne* York piled high 6f»t«S ready for shipment to the Soviet Union. . Lee said that about 4.500 tons of cargo awaited shipment from New York. It was all ordered prior t") the reinstatement of government export controls on March 1, he of requiring the use of a heavy IN TIIK CHANCERY COURT OT MISSISSIPPI COUKtY, ARKANSAS, CHICK- ASA\VI1A DISTK1CT. BOAIID OF DIRECTORS, 5T FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT, PLAINTIFF -VS- NO. 10,413 MRS. SARAH MILLIGAN. KT AL. AND CERTAIN DELINOUfcfrT LANDS, TOWW LOTS AND IttxJCKS DBUKDANTS SOTICK The following nainerl personR ahd corporatlotin anrl all olliftrs haYLng or clalmliif an InleVtst In any of the•Tdllowlnii rlescrlbecl lahd* *lt hertby. notified that suit Is pending In the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chtckasawtah § itrlct, Arkansas, to enforce the collection of said levee taxes, for the year 7. on the lALbjolned list of lands, each supposed owners' lands being set loslte his or Its name respectively, together -with tbe amount, due seveialiy Irom each: v;t £** b :^^M C a5^ NAME TOWNSHIP FOUKTMEN'd-l) NORTH, KANGE KK.HT (•) EAST o ^ OX IJ Mrs. Sarah. Milltqan, ft. IS acres SW' 4 Charles .Hose. SEV* EW'i Same. SWU SWi 4 , except -i acres In SW corner . . W. 0. McClouil. N'i NK 1 ,, NWSi Ben Gardner. \V',i NEV, N\V ' 4 R. a. Eubnnks. N'.i Kli'.i NEI* Avants nnd Snratt. E',j S li 15 t 3.75 ' 1.94 5 40 10.00 2.50 f-25 t 4.M .25 12.75 15 36 22 W 27 20 27 20 34 20 9.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 .25 .25 2.25 1.25 1.25 1,25 .25 TOWNSHII' FOL'IITKHN (II) NORTH, RANGE NINE (9) EAST Edna V. Hnsband, Lots 3. 4 and 5. Sup Surrey * 100 S.OO 1.25 . Tlger-Levlnc Co.. All Orlg. Survey. BEU NWU E. ol Pride Line anil West ol Levee Same, AIL One. Survey. 3EU NWC, E. 01 Levee Edna Y. Husband, Lois .1 nnd 4. . Sui>. Survey Marlorlc Ed\vnrds, NE'i NW' t E. L. Parks. SW l; SE'.i W. of Lpvre Unknown. E. ol Lccvee. Frl. SW',, SWU John Lorrcn. NE'» E ol KLver and West of old levee Hester Kite. A lot 50 x 150 fl. 5S',i N".W,',•".».; ZR 4 1 flO .25 4D - 10.00 - 2 30 250' 2 511 - 63 .38 -25 .25 .25 C 3 38 40 17 28 32 li 32 2« .15 l.«fl 10.00 .25 1.25 .140 .13 .M -4B 2.50 ,05 .31 .35 .25 TUlYNSIIlr FOUHTEES (II) NOHTII, RANGE TEN (10) EAST \V. W Ellbanks. N'WU SW J i , 14 40 1000 250 .25 C. C. Croncy SE'.li SK'.j 21 40 10.00 2.50 .25 J F. Harris. Ixrt 2 SW'i, N. of Ditch 31 7 1.75 .« .25 Same. Lot 3 SW'j N. of Ditch .. 31 38 9.50 2.38 .25 I'arrcll Karris, S'.b S'a NW* N. of Dltcb and W. of Ry 32 13 4.75 1.19 .25 Same, N\V'i NW, ,12 38 9,50 2.38 .25 Gertrude Smith, E. 4 acres SE 1 ,; E K, of Rv Horace Wakelleld. NWlj NEVi , W. R. Crawford. ti>.- S>, NE', SW.', ILOU 3 Clark AdiUl.V bhlhe 8',i S^i Nt 1 ', SW i ll^it 4 Clark AtUI Mllllllt Wilson. Or.B, Survey NEU, B. aC IMXt 35 I .25 .00 -25 i TOWNSilli' FlFTEKN (IS) NORTH, HAN'CF. TWELVE (|2) EAST J. W. Anderson, 5\j NE','i W. of Levee , -34 >\4 I M. .25 .25. ealliei SB'/, W, 01 Lsvec 34 '» 2.00. .50 .25 Blllle, Lot 2 NVV'.i , 35" 10 250 ".83' .25 Luclnda Newbnrn. lx>l 4 NW. J , 35 2 .50 .13 .25 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (IS) NORTH, RANGE THIRTEEN (13) KAST wiuie R»y. BW Cor. SEH SWA. 5 3 .7f .10 .U Mollle Bvicitntr, E2:3 N'i N\V',. E. ut Lcvcc. . 10 1 .25 .06 .25 Ethel Holmc«. BW'.i SW',, W, of Levee 10 11 550 1 M .25 Same, S. 150 ft. of NW'-, SW.;, W. of LCVCC.. 10 3 .75 .in 25 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (K) NOUTH, RANGE NINE (9) HAST J. W. Cowan, All In Ark. NEV 4 . E. o.' Levee . . 21 6 .30 .OR .15 Unkliowh W. PI NSV; SW',. lcs.1 Ditch..,, 21 5 1.25 .3] .25 J W Cowah. Lot 1. SUJl Survey . 21 l& .35 24 .25 W G. Norton, Lot 4 Blip. Survey 33 46 2.30 3R 25 Same. Lot 5 eup. Survey 33 40 2.00 .50 25 TOX^ r ^'. c llMI' SIXTEEN' (16) NORTH, K,SN(.;K TEN (10) EAST Edna Y. Husband. All In Ark Orl? Surrey. E. ol Lcvcn Same, Lot 4 3np. Survcj\ F. of l.evcc Same. Lot 5 Sup. Survey Same, Lot 6 Sun. Survey, E. of Levee R. E. Ryuls. SW. NE'.i S. of Lcice . S.50 ' Russell Ryals, N\v^', SE':, I W. S. Roberts. W'i NW , SE', E. L. Vcrnon. Eli NWU SE',, J. W. AudcrsO" 8',i Nl;',; W. of ny.. . Charles Orr. NE'', SE',', Sun. Survey . Mrs. Ethel Moody. I Acre lot In SW Corner. SE 1 ', SW.', Hnrvey H«rl. K 12 ft. ol W. 162 fl of S. 291 ft. of E' 1 - SW', BW', 36 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (IS) NORTH. RANGE EI.F.VEN (11) EAST J H. Henderson. N'i NW', SW 1 :, ler.s R-w. 27 18 430 1.13 .25 Paul Abbott. N. 60 ft. of W. 60 ft. of S. 30 acres. SW.', SW, . 27 Ix>t 50 .13 25 I TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NOHTII, RANGE TWELVE (12) EAST 12.75 I Laura Robinson. Estate. Al! In Ark. W'/j NW 1 /, ' N. of Bayou . 20 45 11,25 281 .25 11.53 5,50 6,50 6.50 6.50 .44 2.63 12.75 .58 1.81 2.00 ! 19 ,11 ID 1 .... 10 33 19 24 21) IB 20 40 22 20 22 20 58 53 30 33 36 Lot 12.75 .2.44 TOWNSHIP SIXTEEN (16) NORTH, RANGE THIRTEEN (13) EAST TOWNSHIP FOUKTrF.N (Il> NORTH. HAN(JE ELEVEN (11) EAST \Vllllam LatlRlcy. N. 210 II. of S. 573 U. of W. 210 fl. NW., SEi'i A Lot 3.50 .88 .25 Mrs. Dorothy C. Cole. E'a Wi NE', II 40 10.00 250 .25 Raymond Crawford W 2 W- NE'.i II 40 10.00 2.50 .25 * TOWNSHIP FOURTEEN (14) NORTH, RANGE TWELVE (12) EAST T. Ellis. All SW', W. of Levee, less Lots .. * B7 21.75 5.44 .25 C.rady Horner. K. 6,8 chs. of W. 1.50 ens. ol K. fi.l chs. NE', SW, 4 1 25 06 25 L- T. Ellis. K'.. SE' 1 , :... 5 30 20*0 5.00 .25 S.imc W, t-W\, SE', 5 20 500 1.25 .25 Mahrle Hnrmon. SW, SWU W. of Ditch ... 5 5 1.25 31 .25 J. P. Miller Estate. NE», NrV-., 7 40 1000 250 25 Same. SE>, NE» , lc5S School I-ot 7 39 975 244 .25 Mi\bvy Harm&u. NW, West of 'OJtch No. fy.. B 20 500 125 25 Same. 1 Acre In NW corner, SW, R l ,25 .Ofi .25 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (l.>) NORTH, RANGE 1 EIGHT (Rl EAST Stanley Brock, N\ 3 SE'. E. ol Frisco and W.'of Cotton F,elt Tly. 5 55 1375 3,44 .25 Elmer <JO(jch. Parr"] 27. Lot 3 NW 1 ,, 6 31 7.75 1.34 .25 C. E, Cook. N';. KE 1 ', SE'.; 6 20 5.00 1.25 .25 William E. ami f Dorthea Rodders. I Acre Ixn In NW Corner 1.01 2 SE'i SWI, 8 Lot 3.50 ,88 .25 I.croy Carter, A lot ino x 50 ft. S'.. NW'.i F,. of Ry 17 Lot. 4.00 I.OO .25 Eliycjic HlOiin. S. 33 acres SZ', SE'i 25 33 825 206 .25 Same. SW^ SE', N (Mid E. of Ry 25 78 7.00 1.75 .25 Earl Wlkly. SE', SE', 32 40 10,00 2.50 .25 K;ime. S'i NE' ; SE', 32 20 5.00 1.25 .25 F.uzcne Sloan. F.'^ NEfi E. of Ditch, less Lots 30 63 1575 304 25 Frank Lee. iV. 241' 3 ft. E o: Ditch. NE', NE'i 36 Lot I 50 .38 25 TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN (15) NORTH, RANGE NINE ()) F.AST 12.13 Jesse Allen. SE!, SW 6.19 12,13 Cecil and Annie Horn Carrmhers A; Robbie Lee Wtilla Luclle E. Tinman 4.63 Jim Allison 12.75 Elnora Cottenhfim 12.75 Same Myra Tucker • .44 ' Lucy Bobbin ',Albert and Dettle Harber .5« SB me 25.23 J. W. 650 Earl Snyder 1.81 12.75 12.44 6,50 | john"Vi." "3m'iiir"S. ~lbfl~lt •56 J D. A. Smith. S. 60 ft. ic>s S. 40 ft. John H. Smith , Talmus Lee, 3',j 17.44 i virlc B. Martin 3-94 i Ida Mlchcll. N. 170 It. of Lot 1. 6.50 ! less Pearl Kmlth Lot IQ 40 10.00 l«t TMk. ALLISON ADDITION TO Ilf.5 1 'rlIF.VILI.E 3 7 8 4 6 7 H Holltitay enevn Handy smc O C. Honks KUmuiul I)yi' . Efcrll (Jlniil CudultlA III vl III* BIUIU* . Kiaill , HI link Mown AN ' 'Ah'iJii'iM ' to '56 !!'!!!!' ^vrfov,?';*'*;.*<:< :*:::;; ur.^n:A^.L*g*':;::::::;::':;::<; § Hoy ix>w*rx. w K is* n. Lot trt t , . n 3ft S:S,«*%ttM',,,<4 i B«m«. C. M ft, ef ',. a fcllrrlge 6ami>, E. '56 IM<»» McK Sfuup r. L. Bum* . . i.i.,n ..ii wiiilain t>. cmlMtm .,.i.-; Bnmo . . , ,>, i i ,. Samp , , j i M, SU: A 1 .^'ffll v .I'O BWlll ., ,-.>--•.> HUtiii AinlVi-lOs in Orolge M. l.rf ,, ...... ijimiilc A. twdi'qr. S 41 (t T. .Vi Welisln. W!i ,. of s. no li.... liiJiVANv's THIRD ADDITION Til BI,YTMKYH.I,K Vfllrils Hitino II. H. Ilolloii .r. HKioiiT* 'VliniTiOlTTB HUik Fnuiklln W«rlli . Chester Lewi* . ;, Vlrxll I.emllrirUe . Vlrsll Fcley . ..., Illr TruuniitHn. . .ulpr Oaun llos'k' W. lliurlcn Wulli-r llolfs, W', Haino. K-, Doha Kelt, W!i ('IIIL'll.XSA Mrs. Jessie Ailnn. W, 20 tianio . . ('IIII'KASAIVIIA lrB. Dorothy O. Col* .. Utli Heed ... i...,..,!.!. T. A, .1,11 Kill Mlirli ... ..... 'I 0 il.il) _ l.« .25 ADDITION. TO iii,YTHliVijl).r. 10 2 7.50 ijn js VAII, •iKtiUNIi AbuWiuri to Why. E. 100 II. T JOHN H, WAIiKRR ftlmillVlfclnM to i. CIHIR atiBDWisifm l»:-- ::; — =, US J ;I IIAVIS si:coKi> AnniTuiN TO n|jVtHr.Vj)itik hclll« John, llrnnlly 8. DS ft ............... 1 1 Vdo .SS M H«m« . , i -:,. Mlll»rtt BhU\B8lt , Bsimo. S. DS It. u( K>i C. Ii. WMlncr. W, BiullD. " " il. A. 1,00 .25 G.JO 1.03 Ka« 8 II - 7 4 1.0(1 .-J5 Meronoy, S. Pt 6 5 5.30 Ija DAVIS TUMID ADDITION TO III.Y'J IIKVll.l F. 8 1 3,00 9,30 4.00 -- ......... i-- I TO ' ; ADII1TKIN T<» BI.YTHKVILLK ' • • 4 B 5 B , . ^ '. .......... '•' 10 WIl.BON'H FIRKT AllilltiON TO (00 100 35 3 IS I.M \M ii • Smith I 01 E. of'Lot r 1 nitrj Lcii •)'' Mrs. p. R. Klnnliisluiiii. 3 2,3 1.6U 13 Slut U L, Matllls. ... _ .. AllDltVtlN Jde nliil VVlllHB r.lpy{lek . , . tiOSNhl.l. KSTATfe BUlllllVlBION . L. LOWO ; , cto Hurnliam, W. mi, ll bltlJHNWOilD ADDITION' TO \ » 1 1 tjl.ftp, 8.60 HLYTHEVlUjk II 1 4.00 1.00 13 1 100 1H 1 1.00 11) I -LOS 1*1 20 I 1.00 21 I I.OO . 1IA11H1S ADDITION TO KI.YTIIKV1I.LK llaytira hirr •? 1 ISO HKARN AUDITION TO Itl.VTHEVIM.R W. \Valsbll 0 I 4 00 ' riR«T AiVnittos' TO HELL . HIGHLAND i'l.ACF. AIIIIIIION TO III.VtHKVILI.K R. I,. HAYS ADDITION TO horter . K. M II fc J, U. MMLthcochc, 1<ot I In'flW't MKl, , .. D MATTHBWI rlRUt AlllUTlON «, Mfel .,,., ................ ,.. 5 4 M 111 tf) tlACHVlLt* IB Y. iv. ,.imnrvN ,j.,..,,-,., . J * W 113 U,L , _Nr.t,Sf>N'» FIR»T ADDITION TO LKACHVILLK oe Wh»«ler, f. 71 «...,....,.'.. .,..,.,.. 1 B 450 113 irv. I'UfrU nil), «. i« K or i(. 41 ft.!.: 5 B 100 >5 ; Rodtrlek * Brlrtker, 41 It. . ...... B .C 11.-, , jn AnnirioN TO LBAcMVn.LB ' >A*if AhblTiAk to ' ' "* ^ ..,..,......' ^.. .. 11 a i,w ,: • ICOND PARK ADDITION TO LEACHVILLI i ,,.... . IMlTM'd ADDITION TO l.EACHVILLC b. O'Conn«r, W'.i t/>t« 31 »nd ii , a»me. Wlk Lou 33 >nd 34 A. T: Pl«rce . Ivk L. Knhn , , . jam** 'o.' Wllkir'! Sume ,' .' .' '.'.'.'.'. J. W. Buck . Same Joseph McCain Same L«e O'Conrm Same H«mc fclelice tbrtay . 11 Is iiopcri that Japan will be Lonnio uoytimou. E( able to pay Its o.*n way by 1052 | J""J? ,.•„. or 1053," Draper Salt!- Me- IS head of ' an economic mission to Ja|ia)i. bla]ier cnllctl Hie iiroernlh B "Iliil-ely economic lilali" lirit tleslRD- ed to iiinltc JiiJiiHi take aides Hi Ihe U. s.-aivlct Eolil Wai'. The plan has been formulated liy the Aiiiiy and 'stale bellanilittll.s aiul fJonglThslolial aOttoli tieptluls oh Mlal (he Japanese do to help themselves Hi hrlliBl"B "ll phHhtt- tloh ailtl cutting red lai», Dfrijici 1 said. The plan cnlls for JtSl),OOi),000 al- loealcd to Ihft prliiilht; of JopancBC prodticlion nod the remaining $100,- UUO.fiM Ui shipments of ciisbiiliul cohsllmcr goods. Purpose of 111* shipments Would ue to check disease ahd unrest, Draper said. Ah electronic printing press, 111 which ink jumps through fpacc trolll the cyliiulcr to the paper, )B reported. RccchlU 1 designed is a cargo plane that squats clown close to the ground for loading and unloading, instead ramp or a mobile freight clevalor. 1.01 . 3 50 .88 .25 Ulllfonl II. Sylvester. . . . Hume. S. 50 11. of Eij N. W. Kyle. N. 100 fl. . Charley Hallba K. R. IJornar ... . . ... Mrs. J. T. Aslilcy L. Losan Same Jftkc tlhotlos H1GH1.ANII I'l.ACB SECOND ADDITION TO BI.YTHIIVII.Lt ••'• ------ • - o.no LSI) .55 I.( i f 1IOI.LANDAI.E ADDITION TO HI.YTHEV1LI.K Mrs. Wnrreh II. Jackson I 7 Mrs. Evclyh O'Keeff i 9 T. .13 ,1J llrooks ......... \ b ,130 8R 1% ... rU 5 D 4 50 1,13 .25 HOI.IiU'ETKR A K1IOKVO ADDITION til ni.Vl HF.VI1,1,« ' 1 Vrm I.oo .» . FII«Al)olh Colhcrn it. B. Ejtcwatt 1.50 12,75 James ami MiUUi. Wills .lolitutlr Sovs'nVil . li inn ; , B fl 2.50 tlirtF.OtlliAR 1.1)1* Nl, SVVh Srr. H-1VI1, Bl.Vtl lUllDHl VOIIIIO 10 3.00 R. L. Waile. W, 41 It ,.,.'..,... 25 .50 IRKH<HJI,\R i.orfi is towK (H' ni.VTHKVit.i.K BeC. Twit R«e. - •-'••" 400 ii W. P. Blinrp. S. 1UO It. lot 5 In BK'V BE','< •" W. C. nci'Knl\. Lot 16 In W",t E\i 8E\', less Lot ... Essl6 Itengau. I38'2 x 100 ft In B. Pt. l.ol Ifl ,.. W. Lee Roiienn. 100x138',^ It. In IAI Ifi ... F. M. It'irsl, lAit 20 SK\\ SE' 1 , Mntlle Wlhon, N. end of Madlhon St., l.ol in E'i W,i I 50 2.7S 3-38 .88 | 1,10 , 7.75 .12 4.68 2.88 4.00 10.00 5 00 ' 500 1326 3.06 350 .23 1,94 03 1.17 72 1 00 2.50 1.55 125 3 31 .SB OS .25 -25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .25 25 .56 1.13 1.10 I 91 1.44 313 2.73 9 01 .41 6.10 385 5.25 12.73 fi.50 6.50 Ifl.Bl 5.20 4,63 Mamlr E. Hancock. 1,61 12 In R .Icnlilc Uilvery. Pt, Lot 17 In B . ,. H. C. Cnlnnbell, E. 48 ft. of Lot fl Hi NE'.', NE''« City of Blylhevllle, Ixjt 18 In N'i Dnvo WllilamB. N. 50 11. Trncl No. t Rlythrvkllc 1'lnni Site Joe Allen. Lot 21. Block I Nl, NE'/, . Marlon and Virginia .Inck^on. Irf>t 9, Block 4. N'a NT: 1 ; , .. -Jl la II l.uo Mamie Phillips. Lot IB. lltocVi 4. N'i NE", 5( IS II 1,00 3iU1E5 ADDITION TO tll.VTHKVll.l.R Jennie 1). Miller Julius Frnzler Same Same Same ., 8 n 4.50 LARRY ADDITION TO HI.YTIir.VILLK 19 1.00 . 20 1.00 21 1.00 1,00 I.AHRY SECOND ADDITION TO RI.VTHEVII.I.E Osear I>avls Dotlhut fi 1.00 .25 I.AIIKV THIRD ADDITION TO BLYTHF.VIM.E Mafitftle Cratt 3 50 3 00 3.50 350 1 00 4.50 I.OO 3SO 350 i.oa 2.50 75 .88 .f.P. ,25 1 13 .25 ,p,a 88 .25 SAM HAIJNES SUI1DIVISION TO ni.YTHEVM.I.E Indiana Green. S 50 H of N. 70 fl 1 .50 Charles r. LJpford. S. 50 ft 1 250 2 2 3 4 13 300 350 2.50 3.00 2.50 .50 CT. L. nichard.son. Ixit I Sup. Survey ...... 5 1 .Trnnle L. Wcatherford SE 1 ,, NE',, 30 40 CT. E. Snydor. NEI;-1 S\VI 4 NE11 ., 30 10 Mrs. Oble Ashabrannrr. Ix)t 6 SW r 'i NE'i 31 16 Eugene Slnan. W',i NW', N. or ny , less E 5 acres In N'W.', NW'v, and Loll 31 35 M. L. Downing. 150 x ISO ft. Lot In SW Corner NW;, NE'i 31 Lot John H. and Willie It. Tierce. N 100 ft. of E 222 ft. lot 1 NEV, NW, less N. 135 ft of E. 70 [t. thereof M J. McCann. S. M ncrcs, SW; NWj S. of ny 31 20 tleneral D. Moblry, 1 Acre fxit In W' a NW', , 31 Lot Mrs. Edna Y. Husband, Frl. E'i W. of Lake... 33 7 Same, I.OI 6 Slip. Survey 33 24 Same. Ixn 7 sup. S'lrvrv 33 29 Same Ixit 8 SUT). Survey 33 40 jl , L. Tldwell. All Ortg, Survey NW'i 36 2 mf'ne. All Orlc. Survey SWU 36 51 f^mc, Lot 2 Sup. Survey. E. of Levee 36 II Same, Lot 3 E. of Floodway. Sup. Survey 3fi 24 Same. Lot 4 Sup. Survey. E. of Levee 38 27 Cly Hll .05 10.00 2,50 4,00 S.75 1.00 .01 3.50 .63 I.OO 2.44 .29 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 Tom A; Matlli Johnson <-63 Mrs. W. C. Hylec I Kelly Truvls 5-25 l Leonard Taylor 10.58! s»me Same Fr*n)c L. Shanks William M. Jonl7. ... Same Mrs. Annie Mosley Same ;.... David Curtis Same . . . BAKRO.V it LILLY ADDITION TO III.YTIIEVILLF. 9.0C I 12.7i 6.SC 19.94 2.1] .31 12.75 338 Mattl* Mnrdansh 5.25 i same. 3 1.3 ft A 11 A 10 B B C 15 C IS C 4 n 13 D 14 D 13 F, 14 E 1 F 2 F 11 P 12 F 13 O H II H 1 31 Lot .3.50 -S8 .25 S.OO 350 .35 I 20 1.45 2.00 .10 2.55 I 32 2.88 324 1.25 .SS .09 .30 .38 .50 .02 .84 .33 .72 .81 me. NW, SW, Sup. Survey. E, of Levee . 3« 5 80/15 TOWNSHIP 11ITEF.N (15) NORTH, RANGE TEN (111) EAST yitc Lloyd. A lot 47!l I 182 ft. ,, .. '' *l»!E'e Cole 12.44 . Mrs. Florence Roush I Same . . 1-50 . clarence 1>anlcl E<1 Beasley 10 I Same II I Same 11 I 463 W. J. Loon. S. Pt 6 L I John G. Hollrman . 10 L 650 HARItON <t I.H.I.V SL DDIVISION. BI.YTHEVll.I.E 4.63 N W Trantham .. 16 400 1.00 «» BECK.MAN'S ADDITION TO RLVTKEV11.1.K 1.75 Mrs. O. Shonyo ..- 2 1 350 208 Mrj. J. J. Johnson. W. 9 ft 7 2 50 3-50 5 SO 350 400 1,50 1-50 1.00 1.00 I 00 1 SO 1.50 350 5.50 .50 3.00 500 650 100 4.00 1.00 I.OO 1,00 3.00 250 .88 I 38 I'M .38 .3R .25 25 .25 .88 .38 m I 38 .13 .75 1.25 1.63 .25 1 00 .25 .2S .25 75 63 .25 .25 .25 '25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 75 25 .25 .25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 25 .23 25 25 .25 25 .25 ,25 .25 25 25 25 .25 Robert McCfuney Same , , , Cirori;.. McClalchlng E-'.sle Walls . ... Jessie Douglas Roy Sharp Edna smith and Edna rtoblnroi 1 LARRY I'OTJnTll sylvcfler and Elizabeth Davis , Johnnie Johnson Minnie atul Hubert Rcott Fnnnle Wrllchance John Kins PrlEcalla Dobbins I same , , . ,* Paul nyrum I^T I Charles niooks j^rn I Mrs, Robert Spencer iXittl. Sanders ,^n Flora ninckhurti V52 Same . , j-g, l Paul IJynim .96 .83 H.31 4.63 4 00 1,50 11.50 ,88 3,.18 4.00 4.63 3.38 4.00 3,38 .88 403 7.13 4.03 525 2,13 2.13 l-IO 1.50 1.50 463 2 13 403 7.13 Kf. 4.00 650 8,38 AuHle Harris Same 3 1 * e i .00 10 I.oo n I.oo is i.oo . . 25 i.oo ADDITION TO BI.YTHF.VIU.K 4 7 A II 48 64 65 10 7B 80 Bl B3 B4 SO 87 .50 08 .50 00 .50 100 .SO LARKY FIFTH ADDITION TO BLYTKF.VILI.F; William Peters . 4 100 .25 Lcvl, Aaron and Louise Echoli 5 I.OO .25 James lillford B 1.00 .25 Olllc Johnson 12 1,00 .23 Albert Stokes 14 I.OO .25 Catherine Jloss 15 100 .25 Delhi D.1VU 20 3.50 .88 Jim antl Lela Brooks 30 1,00 .25 Roosr.vclt and Willie May Ruffln 3(5 • 330 ,88 Henry Pcrklru 38 i.oo ,25 M.UtSIl ADDITION TO BLYTHF.VII.I.E Arthur Ruslilnjr. S. )>3 Lots 3 anil 4 . . . 2 3.50 1.38 MAYFII.U.K SUIUm'lSION TO BLYTHEVII.LE ThclmR -Shepherd and Vcru Rhodes 1 1 .50 .13 Panic 1 1 .50 .13 Same : 3 1 .50 .13 Melvin B. Jurratt 24 .50 .13 Same- 3 4 .50 .13 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 M .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .» ,25 Maine 'If 1 *"" «um>msiON OF w. »i« rr. OF TRACTS 5. i. irijLOCK "i", M SMITH'S AUDITION TO LKACHV1LI.F. 4 M Mr«. W. M. Edgln. 8. 70 ft 16 J 450 I.U »fl ' STAltOENMAYER AIIPIIION TO LKACHV1LLE Rev. F.nscne Hall, t'i 10 A 4.00 1.00 Mrt. Annie Onhbkrd. N^ 9 U 3.50 .U C. I). AIHABKANNER ADDITION TO MANILA H. M. Smith 10 I 400 I.OO I Maine 11 1 J.Sfl |j( I Same 12 1 I.OO .25 1.50 H. C, Tlplon 7 2 5.50 IM 1.40 J. E. McMaslcrs 22 4 4.50 1.1] 1.30 Burnt 23 4 I.OO .25 1.50 HENRY A8HABRANNER ADDITION TO MANILA «:i I.M 1.9B 1.50 IJ* .!» VM .15 .15 .23 .25 .25 it MII.LF.R and GKEENLF.E SURDIV. Of WJ4 SWU Xf.V, Hfr. lt-15-11. B'Vll.LE Dora P. Davis I 8,50 2,38 .25 12.13 O. C. Barron ............. . ............ . F. E Fox. N. 75 fl ....................... noy Dlllsrd. S. 5238 It ................... Federal Housing Project ............... . i Lot. I l,ot ... . . __ ... out of W'i NE'.i .............. and Rachel Husslns. i Acre l/>t In N 1'3 NWf, ----- LlSlUfoot. A I Acre Lot out of lal 5 NE!i 22 Lot W. W. Driver. Frl. Pt. SE!< NEV,. S. ot Road.. 23 25 Same, E' 2 SE'i . ,..,.,. ..... 23 RO Same, NW, SKU •"" 23 40 ' 450 !.I3 .23 350 3 CO 625 20.00 10.00 W. A. Par S, of Ry ....... ...... » S }'«> SwWt, Lot. 14 In E!a W'i F,l 2 SE'", ...... 9 9 Ixisvell Dee Wade. N. 2 ncrcs of E. 4 acres " 2 »cr« «' N. 12'i acrc-3. NF.H NEVi... 91*1 Mike BornbaUskl. E!a W'i NW'/, ....... 13 40 JJ. O. Webb, > »cr« IB KW cor., »W'.» 8E5'... IJ Lot 150 I JO 350 10.00 3,40 .88 .75 1.63 5.00 2.50 3* '.3f 88 J.50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .11 2.75 37 3.44 190 38] 4 30 1.00 3.88 4.63 4.00 1.38 2525 12.75 2.13 2.13 1.50 1 50 1.50 400 338 525 T. O. Bailey Arkansas Fuel OH Co.. W'.i Mrs. K. W. mirfc. E! 3 Federal Mousing Project •0 j JACK .MI . '5 Lcssc Springfield ...... - .......... 3 .50 MORRIS ADDITION TO IILYTHF.VH.I.F. .OO 7.50 650 1.50 300 1400 3.00 1 50 1501 JACK "AllTCHKi.L ADDITION TO BI.VTHEVILLE S 25 ! LCMC SprlngllCld 2,00 I 88 1.63 .38 .75 350 .75 .38 O, W. Swift Opal and Harry Fliher Mr». Ruth Essnry, S'a Lot II and S'i W!, 1,01 12 Ida Cnafln E. H. Ford . . . . Clevelind rakes. S!a 10 400 ............... ni.AIN ADDITION TO RI.Y THF.VII.I.F, Karen Marie Wood, N. 26 ft ....... 6 I.OO DI.YTKF. ADDITION TO BI.YTHEVILI.F. Earl Williams ........................ 5 24 5.50 Clyde Newhum. E. 3s ft. of W. 76 ft. nf Lol* 4 antl 5 ..... W. N. Mullens. W. 38 ft. of Lots 4 and 5 .... Mrs. J. J. Johnson .......................... 6 A. A, Kale ................................ 14 Ludle Spratlln .88 13 1.00 25 i Ouy Culp 4 63 I Reginald S S. Mclntosh 29 29 30 32 4.00 5.50 550 550 5.50 A B B B D C C C c c 1.00 5.50 400 550 4 50 4.50 5,50 1.50 4 SO 1.00 I 00 1.38 1.13 1.13 1.38 .38 1.13 ,15 25 .88 ! S. B. Pulton. W. 18 ft. .. ,25 525 s«mc. E. 60 fl Mrs. O. Shonyo. 3. 23 ft. .25 2! 1.00 P. J. O'RRIES* SUBDIVISION—nt.YTHFA'lI.I.E Mrs. Murk Skellon 14 2 3.00 .75 1.36 .25 7.13 F. B. Wall . IS 1 3.00 .75 J. W. 0\VKN ADDITION TO Rl.YTHEVII.l.E 1.00 .25 525 Indiana Orecn 16 1.00 ,J5 138 .25 713 PARK ADDITION TO BI.YTHEVII.I.E 1,38 .2S 7.13 James K. and 1 Elizabeth D. Harlnfleld .. 1 3 6.00 1.50 1 38 25 7.13 REBECCA PATTERSON' SUBDIVISION—BI.YTHF.VI1.1.F, _. . — I.,18 25 7.13 William long 12 t 3.50 .tt BLYTHEV1I.I.K I.UMBKR COMPANY'S FIRST ADDITION TO RLYTIIF.VH.I.K Geneva Pcltlgrew i 2 350 .68 Ch«rles A. Wood . fi 3 550 I 3R 25 7.13 (One Acre Lot of R. r»lltrson SnMUIsi.m) BI.VTHEVII.1.K LUMBER COMPANY'S SECOND ADDITION TO BI.YTIIEVII.l.K ! Mary anil Charley Oarrott. Mrs. In Gray , 5 3 600 1.50 .25 7.75] Part West 279 It. 9 350 .M .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .IS . .25 .35 .25 .15 ,25 .55 .25 1 50 i nobert Coslncr 7 A .50 .13 1JO Same 8 A .50 .U 4C3 Unknown B B .50 '.13 150 Same. 11 B JO .13 48] Same 12 B .50 .13 1 50 •• Kama 13 B .50 - .13 i Sume 14 B .» .13 7.13 I S«m« : 15 . B .50 .13 3«m« 18 B .50 .11 .M N. H. ASHABKANNrPt ADDITION TO MANILA .88 Leonn D«rli 10 1 1.00 ,34 88 ! Same . . II 1 3.00 .1J ,«S i Jennie Lw Wwthfrford U 1 1.00. .« tt i Same- 13 I I.OO .U 1. M, CARRUTHKRS ADDITION TO MANILA Annn McKennl« : 11 1 3.M M 10.25 D. V. Wicker 14 1 4.50 I.U »«] IRREGULAR LOT* TOWN Or MANILA 938 Llnnl« Rnd 2.1.1 foe. Twn. Re*. 4.00 Mjrtlt Chappell. Lot 5 NEV, »!'.', 31 IS 6 4.50 I.U I7.7S Dr. V. R. FOX. Lot ISO * 210 ft. 4.00 In Lot 10, BE'/, NW, 31 15 9 1.00 M 1 (J ORIGINAL IURVEY TO MANILA Masonic laifx No. M*. M N. 25 ft. of Lotc 13 and 14 'J S.M Pauline Shinkl. N. 79 (t. Lot« 37 and M 4 4.90 .25 .U .23 .JJ M M J2J 483 J.U 7.13 1.50 7.13 5.M 1.90 . M M 150 1.13 O. P. Ru S»m«, W!l R. L WllUumi 5«m« ...... . M7 . 3.f» I.U 1 IJ .7S N'ancy Malone . Rayfleld Rush RH.VWI.EY ADDITION TO BI.YTHKVII.I.E . 6 3 450 i 13 !25 i.W \\ REPI.AT~ OF J7F. ~PRli)k AM) VlATKHAV "sURDIVIilON ^ TO Ri.VTHIVll.LE 133 11 1.09 .M 33« 17 4.00 I.OO fARKVIF.W ADDITION TO MANILA '. '.'.'....'.'.'.'.'..'.','.'.'.'..'..'. 5 » 3.00 .7» f i .SO .IJ SOUTIKIIX KUIiDIVIlION TO MANILA JJ 3.50 .11 Will END SUBDIVUION TO MANILA « 4I.JO 1.11 400 WILLirOKD AND OA»I*ON ADDITIOM TO MAKILA 400 J. L. MeCormlek S 1 4,JO 1.11 Sura* - fl a +.00 1.00 1 M ORIO1NAL TOWN OT YARWIO Herb«rt Uulllnl I 3 3 JO l.N 1.75 8«m« 4 J *.W l.J» I Buford S. Flowers. S. M ft 1 4 4.00 I.W 4 83 IRREGULAR LOTH IN TOWN Or YA»BRO X. B. Lloyd, Pt. SW. NW.'. S. «( B.JO',1 27 II II 450 I.U Tom Pentvoovt, P*rt 4W% MK'A •«lolnln|[ Lot S. Block 1 JT II II J.OO ,7« Said pcnoni and corporations »nd tU othcn laUmMd In i 525 7.13 I 88 i CAthfrlnt DentoR ! 88 Marlorli Mw«rrt« 1.13 ~ 2.13 5.88 L. O. I.JO I. W. Dunn 4.63 463 *.M >• IJS IS 4W J* 4.M IM IS T.t* 4.03 nosctu Williams i Same . 4 63 ! James Anderson 1215 l Rufill Allison . . «.«,! I Charier Brrmti . 9 19 23 24 28 12 14 100 1.00 100 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 C- R .DavlB 24 .25 25 1501 Mrs. P. K. Harlln 5 .25 .55 l.SO Charles Union). E. 50 ft 3 ,25 ,25 1.50 ! Vcstct Brooks. W. 100 ft 5 25 ,25 150; n. D. Taylor. K. 100 ft 10 ,25 .25 1.10! Chester Gallant. E. SO ft 13 .25 .25 150 W. J, Rorlgcrj, P.. 200 fl 13 JS .25 l.SQI Fred H. amllh, W. 50 It. ot Z 3015 ft..,. 19 3,50 350 a,00 2,50 3,00 I.OO 330 350 S« .M .50 .63 .75 .15 .M .H .25" .25 .25 .25 .25 .15 4.65 4«:1 S.75 3.38 4.00 ! 150 46] 4W htrtbr notlnxJ th«t th»j >r* r»qulr«d bj l«w to Mid tult or the ««rn« will b« lalten for conl«s»1oa «nt«»d dlMCUM th« «•!• »f »lil l»n<U foe th« qurnt lcv» taiM, tonther with, the paymen tllou'd by Uw • WITNESS my hind «« Cltrk of tho Ohancwr Court e< Atk<n>M. thU 10 dM fl M«rch, 1M1, A. D.

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