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PAGE SIX - BLYTHEVILLE CARK.) COURIER NEWS Entomologist Picks 11 Insects Doing Greatest Crop Damage On Farms in the United States , By Frank Carry ' . Associated Press Science Rcjiorlcr BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Dec. 21. W'j—The grasshopper is the outstanding player on the 1949 "nastiest" all-American team of destructive insects. This rating was given by Dr. F. c. Bishopp of the U. S, Department of Agriculture's Bureau of Entomology and plant, quarantine, here to attend an insect-control meeting spon.sored" by the National Cotton Council. + He also listed the other lop ten members of a bug eleven that damaged the nation's crops in much the same way that Notre Da.me and the professional Philadelphia Eagles save the business to their foes. Bishopp offered the list In response to the query of a reporter who figured (hat virtually everyone except insects had gotten into the act on the outstanding this- snd-that for 1949. Here's the lineup of the year's nastiest bugs from the standpoint of economic damage — although they're not all necessarily In the exact order of importance because Bishopp didn't have his "form" book handy. 1. The grasshopper. In a host of varieties, lie hopped broken-field through range areas and ricli croplands — particularly in Wyoming and'Montana. The government had to launch a C-47 airplane laden with bait to slow him down. 2. The cotton boll weevil. Long a dangerous performer In deep- Dixie and far-Western competition, he ventured In destructive strength to more northernly areas of the cotton belt this year. 3. An agricultural worm that Is R true-tri|]le-tiircat — being known variously as the corn ear worm, the cotton boll worm, and the tomato fruit worm, depending on where lie strikes •f. The European corn borer. Believed to have been imported In cane desigend for kitchen brooms, he's become & terror of the nation's main corn belt. Strictly big- ten calibre. 5. The "Cattle grub." Opens up holes In cows' hides, ruining them for market. Beau Beetles Move Eastward 6. The Mexican bean beetle. A tramp player who somehow came East and hit hard In the Ivy league and the Southern conference. I. The bark beetles. Literally hotter than a forest fire because they do more damage to pine and spruce than flames do. 8. The "horn fly" o l cattle. No Kin to the horned toads of Texas, this competitor will take on sheep and goats as w ell as cattle. 9. Poultry lice. They're money Players from away back. They account for millions in lost egg" production, stunted growth of fowl. 10. The "lygus bugs" of cotton, alfalfa nnd other crops. 'Itiey're serial artists as distinguished from certain pests which feature a ground game. II. The "confused flower beetle." They're hot when attacking stored products such' as wheat, corn and cereals—but are likely to run for the wrong goal line at any other time. Destructive, bub need better quarterbacking. Bishopp listed the Japanese beetle, cabbage worms and the red scale of citrus on his second team for "dishonorable mention." And he. said old timers jlike the gypsy moth of New England anil the malaria mosquito — while benched now because o[ Inability toe ops with modern insecticidal T-formations- will always rank as potential threats. Gunmen Steal $200 From Boston Bakery BOSTON. Dec. 21— to*,— Three masked gunmen robbed the Ce-lx?ct Baking Company yesterday, missing a $10,000 payroll because they were too early amt Monday's receipts because they were too late They got t-'OO. Manager Philip Kiesinger sajd they fled about 10 minutes before arrival of the payroll and arrived 10 minutes alter an undisclosed amount of receipts had been taken to a bank. Doctor Dies at Spa HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Dec •>!— MV-Dr. p. M. Wellman, 74.'Oarland County chiropodist, died at his home here yesterday. He was a former director of the Buckslaff Bath House here and was treasurer Newsmen View Mansion Erected for Governor L1TTI.B ROCK. Dec. 21—'/D—A group of newsmen ami photographers got a preview of the governor's new mansion yesterday. They were escorted through the 14-room, $197,000 building by Chairman Clyde B. I/j'.vry of the Mansion Commission, together with the architects nnd builders. Lowry said plans are being made for a public showing of the mansion tentatively srheduled for the week of Jan. 3. Governor MtMnth and liis fnmity will move in immediately afterwards, Lowry added- of the Buckstaff at tile time of his dentil. He is survived by his wife, Lanra Wellman of Hot Springs. IN' THE ClIAXCr.KY COURT Ol'' .MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWIIA IIISTKICT. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT, PLAINTIFF —Vs.- NO. 10.842 JOE WELCH, KT AL. AND CURTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS. DEFENDANTS COMMISSION'S SAM: NOTICE Is hereby given thnt the undersigned Commissioner in com- SQUABBLE SETTLER —Dr. James I). Connnt, president of Harvard University, above, ha^ suggested the establishment of "courts" to judge disputes among scientists, engineers, military planners and politicians on mailers affecting national defense and security. Conant's proposal was made in an article written for the quarterly review, "1'or- eign AHairs." IN TIIK I'KOBATE COURT, CIIICKASAWIIA 111.STRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUSY, ARKANSAS Estate of Gus Cliilwood, deceased Last known address 512 North 6th Street. Blythcrillc, Arkansas. Date of lieath November 21, 1949. An instrument dated May 12, 1949, was on tiic 3 day of December. 1949, admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereunder. A \ " contest of the probate ol the will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having cliitms against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date ol the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice was published December 14, 1849. BEAUTON STILES, Executrix of Estate of Oiui Chitwood, deceased. Address 513 North 6th Street, Blytlieviile, Arkansas Frank C. Douglas, atty. BIG TRADE ALLOWAN Vmir old jewelry is really worlh money al l':i( O'Uryjuil's. Uriiig in your old walclies, tlianionds, com pads, hracclcts, nei-klaces. .any old jewclrv ifeni thai you're fired of...and we'll uivo you a very liheral allon-juicc on Ihc pi'ircha.sc of new Jewelry for Christmas, or for yourself. THE FIRST REAL IMPROVEMENT IN YEARS... THE NEW CNGCR-KRCSS K E Y C A S E ' pliance with the terms of a certain decree rendered on the 28th day of October. 1B49, by the Chnnccry Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas in the following cause, to-wlt: Board of Directors, St. Francis Levee- District, Vs. Joe Welch, Et Al, and Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots, and Blocks, No. 10,842 will sell at public- auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the front door of the Courthouse in the City of Blythevllte, Chickasawba District Mississippi County, Arkansas, on the 2Ist day of January. 1950, within the hours prescribed by law for Judicial sales, the following described real estate: WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1949 Same 12 Corinue Halfcn !.i!.i!l7 Same m Peter Clark Same George Allen Van Adams 28 Willie Milter and Mary Holme! 3 Eugene and Inez Pittman Supposed Owner Pail of Section Joe . 295.17 ft. SE'i Icmnslnp NE'. 2 , $ o.oo $2 , 25 . ........ . , Fourteen (14) Norlli, Kange Nine (9) East ••.•»> ' .» * .25 N. W. and W. M. Webb.' Dollle Stokes Same .... Lillian Walker '.'.'.'.'.'.'.... I Eddie Spears !."!•"! Same Odie Hurt. ..,......'........'.. Odis and Lilile Mae Hurt ..... Felix and Ora D. Bailey Irregular l.oti vu Harry Ba H. of Levee, Frl. SW'i SW'l 32 W 25 1.25 .31 .56 1.81 40 10.00 2.50 .25 1-2 W 1-2 NE 1-4 ...... 11 . . . lonjisliip Fourteen (U) North, Range Twelve (12) East Orady Homer, N. Q.8 CDs. of W. 1.50 Chs of E. 6.1 Chs. NEI-4 SW1-4.. 4 1 .25 06 25 Tiiu'iishlp Fifteen (15) North, Range Kijjht (8) East ». E. Oooch, I'd. 2, Lot 3 NW1-4 6 31 7 7S 194 25 John Wagner, N. 72 ft. of E. 150 ft. S. of 3rd St., and W. and parallel to Cot. Belt liy.. Lot 1 SE'i SWA 8 Lot 350 83 15 O. B. Martin. SW 1-4 SE 1-4 .... 32 40 1000 250 V Township Ffflep,, (is) North, Range Nine (9) East 4.63 12.75 1 160 .05 8.00 Rockefeller Center In New York has a sunken plaza thai in summer is an open air restaurant and in winter is a skating rink. Bulgarians Thank Joe For Unearthing 'Plot' SOFIA. Bulgaria, Dec. 21—(«•)— Joseph Stalin, 70 today, was thank- I ed by Bulgarians because, their [ birthday greetings said, he helped • expose a rf> British v -American plot a- i gainst Bulgaria. The 1.000-word eulogy, printed In ! all Sofia newspapers, voiced "deep J gratitude that you helped to nn- i cover and render harmless the es- ! pionage group of Traicho Rostov. Kostov, former Communist deputy : premier, was hanged Friday as a spy. Concrete Culvert Tile Si/es up to 3fi in. Corr.ugated Metal Culverts Sizes up to 81 in. Anlmnalic rimn! Gntrs Concrete Septic Tanks .Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Ilcsl Prices * Oval shape reduces zipper y strain,- prolongs zipper life, v lessens wear on pockets, i! Holds six keys. Fully lined, jjwith pocket for driver's li- IJ cense You will like it better. v *r> G. L. Richardson, Lot i Sup S'vey ., T. N. Chinnnc.ss. NWI-4 Sup. S'vey 13 Town of Manila, NE 1-4 SW 1-1 NE 1-4 .... 30 , 0 , 50 AL L. Dawning, 15U.X1SO ft. lot in SW Corner NWI-4 NEI-4 as per Deed recorded m Deed Record 90, Page 545, Mississippi County '..31 tot 350 General D. Mobley. 1 Acre Lot in W 1-2 NW 1-4 31 Lot 3.50 Unknown, Bal. SWI-4 NWI-4 S. of fiy., 31 1 25 Tovvnsliiii Fifteen (IS) North. Kange TI-JI Harold Harmon, :/>t 5 NEI-4 N. of Road, less E. 1.2 Clis 22 Lot 4.50 Township I-iftceii IIS) North, Kange Eleven W. B. liryeans. E. 10 Acres SWI-4 SWI-4 less s. 1122 l>. and W. 78 ft. of E. 330 ft. and Lots 1 and 2 6 5 1 25 n I Leo Swift, g Lot 14 in El-2 Wl-2 E1-2SE1-4 « | W. E. Muliins, E. 1 Acre of w 3 Ki Lot 3 Nl-2 Nl-2 SE1-4 Gennie Lottery. N. nj ft. of E. E. 50 ft. Lot n NEI-4 15 Lot Tnunship l-'iflcen Geo. M. Lee, Between Ci. M. Lines. NW1-1 NWI-4 .. 10 Same, Between K\ O. II. Lines. SWI-4 NWI-4 .. 10 ft. i Max Watson. All Orig. Survev El-2 SWI-4 S. & W. of Lake 14 Willie D. Roberts, Lot 10 Sup. Survey ........ 14 Same. Lot n sup. survey H Same. Pi], Pt. NE 1-! NE 1-4 SE 1-4. lal 8 14 Same. All Orig. Survey E 1-2 SW 1-4 N. & E. of Lake .... 14 .25 .25 .01 • 2.00 .63 .00 11(1) 1 1.13 (11) .31 .25 1 .88 .25 — J 1.00 .25 (IS) North, Kange Twelve (12) Easl 4.63 9 6 Acres, . 10 Lot 1.50 2.13 .. 7 ..17 ..21 ..22 3 14 15 ..16 1.00 1.00 1.00 LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 !,00 LOO 1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 NH'K 16-15-11, Blyth«»m. 19 3.00 75 Irregular Loll In Town of Klvlhevillt J. A. Gambill A Lot In Lot 3 SE". NWVi 16-15-11 Lot 300 ™ — Webb E. 46 ft. of Lot 8 in NEU NEU .... 17-15-11 Ix5t 4.00 100 Larrr'» Third Addition to Blylhevitle James Curry 4 3 50 „. Geo. McClatchlng 9 i M £ Nathaniel Richardson 20 1.00 '25 Larrjr'i Fourth Addition to BlytheTllie'" .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.50 1.50 1.60 1.501.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 150 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 •25 4.00 •25 6,25 ...61 ...70 ...81 ...83 ...81 ...98 ...99 100 .50 .50 3.50 - .50 .50 ;so .50 .50 .19 .13 .88 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 John Parker Hatlle Lynn ... C. Sanders .... Flora Blackburn Same Aullie Harris ... Same Same Larry's Fifth Addition to Blvlhcville James Buford a '100 25 Catherine Ross 15 , 00 ' v D C»« Davis 20 350 88 Jim and I.ela Brooks 30 i oo '->, Henry Perkins 38 3^50 '33 .Mole Daniels Aililition lo Blyihevillt 7 1 4.50 113 8 1 4.50 1.13 .Maybelle Subdivision to Blvthcvllle £ rs ' 13 2 ' 4M i-oo Pierce 44 .50 13 Matlie Same .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Sam Huddlcsion Indiana Green Jack .Mirhelle Artdilion lo Blyllieville 1.00 9 . ' 1.00 • Miller and Greenlce Subdivision r. O. Bailey 7 3m Arkansas Fuel Oil Co W'i 8 1400 Morris Addition In Blytlieviile ! Mary J. Shanks S'i . r -,iS«'"e S'i '• UJ | Garland Bunch E 3 i i Same w. 614 ft. \ Ida Charm j Reginold S. Mclntosii 32 26 13.00 4.16 3.38 .31 3.25 1.04 1.06 B B B B B C 3.44 3.00 4.00. 5.00 .50 5.50 5.50 F. B. I'. J. O'Brien Subdivision - Blytlieviile .25 .25 .75 3.50 .75 1.00 1.25 .13 1.38 1.38. .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 :25 j Buck Nebiitg .2 S .25 16.50 5.45, 4.48 2 3 On Original Survey lo Blrthevllle 49 5.50 Tark Aildilinn lo Blytlieviile It. H. Cummings 9 o 550 Unknown s. 30 ft. of N. 80 " Lots 6 nnd 7 8 1.00 .75 1.38 1.38 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision—Blvlhrviile .88 ' Clyde and Eva Soward E 2-3 3 2' .350 aa !Same •• 6 2 L50 '38 ¥.50 1.50 .88 «.63 .88 .83 .83 .88 .83 1.50 1. ') 4.63 1.50 4.63 583 5.88 5.25 1.50 1.50 4.00 17.75 4.00 5.-J5 6.50 .83 7.13 7.13 r 7.13 ' 1.50 •lownship Si.\lccn (16] North, lianje Ten (10)" East" S. C. Witidlamt and J. B. Carrier, SW 1-4 NE 1-4 S. of Levee .... 20 Same, NW 1-4 SE 1-4 20 J. W. Anderson, S 1-2 NE 1-4 W. of Ry 26 M. L. Williams, W 1 .!. SE'i NW", ?s Bud Wright. N. 135 it. of S. f'5 ft 01 W. 162 ft. El-2 SWI-4 SWI-4 30 Alliso 53 20 4.00 10.00 13.25 5.00 .25 .25 Canuheis and Robbie I ee Williams Lydia Moran Frances Sanders Snm Barne Addition (o Blyllicville Lot Biock 3.31 1.25 .75 .25 5.56 5.26 12.75 1681 6.50 4.00 Iteiihil of J. i>. fiirJe-aml Gateway Subdivisions to BIj-uTiTville 1 D. A. Smith, N. -10 It. of S. 60 ft~ 2 Floyd Sterling \g Burro: Diivid Curtis Eura V. stone .. J. A. McDride .. Venova Jmncs .. John C. Holleniiin K ' Company fi , E( , D c fc Sj 5 i J. L. Brown i\ j James Anderson g[ ChnrLcy Smith ." ,t ] Jnme.s Willis •^ ! Benjamin Barnes Beltie Ncvils Prank Hunt Mrs. Carl Green. E. 300 ft S. 90 It Bud Johnson Same •1 •13 5 • 7 7 Subdivision In 3.00 4.50 3.00 .75 1.13 .75 Blythcrille 3.50 .88 2.50 .63 \- Lilly Aiiililiini to Blytlieviile .25 4.00 .25 5.88 .25 4.00 .25 4.63 .25 .1.38 I Floyd Austin 4 Rosalie Duties 13 Mrs. P. E. Harris 5 1 Lee Powell W. 40 ft 3 JR. D. Taylor H j Same All. except E. 50 ft 12 j Fred Smith, W. 50 ft. of E I iM « 13 ! B. K. Williams w. 50 ft. of | E. 100 ft 13 Mary E. Springfield .. W. 50 ft of E. ISO ft. ot N.' 180 ft. 24 Thomas Evans .. N. 50 ft. ol W. 150 ft. of S. ISO ft 24 Will Johnson , . E. 50 ft of W 200 ft. of S. 180 ft 24 E. C. Foster Lot 11 of 41 Bonnie Overtoil W. 50 ft. of E. 225 ft 43 5.50 1.50 3.50 4.50 4.00 1.00 3.50 3.50 .50 .50 3.50 1.38 .33 .88 1.13 1.00 .25 .88 .38 .13 .13 .13 J. B. 1.38 1.13 1.38 1.88 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .'25 .25 .25 Brinklcy W. 81 L50 1.13 7.13 | of E. 176 ft. 5.B8 7.13 I Walte 9.63 [Same 3.38 I Same Myra .j ... i Same . I Harmon Edwin Itobmsoii Addition to Blythevi 1.13 and Pauline Turner,. Ross H's just like magic! \VHIunil lifting a finger . . . your wash day results are better titan ever! Sparkling clean! Almost like new! That's how your laundry looks when \ve return it to you! And at a minimum of cost. We call nnd deliver at your convenience 1 BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Phone 4418 Here is licnuty to mulch t}je liTidc s own . . . an e.\(|uisite new pattern in solid silver. Its delicate scrolls and prnri- anl flowers frame a shining mirror panel perfect for iniliaHnij. Set liridiil Veil Iculay! 5-iic. pl.u-e sclliim. nniy 5.19 31 (('iclujiiij; Krcl. Tat) K. M. Bryan Adilition lo Blyllievillr, 1.50 j 1.50| 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 — Hochenhull ,.... j Stelle Royal ! John Ban- Catherine Barr Zilman L. White '. O. C. ana Ailie Johnson O-- S. Kollison Rollison Gilme'r Holl'ison .. 1 .. 2 .. 3 ..17 ..18 . .11 ..15 .. 9 ..10 .. 2 .. 3 C. M. S. to O. S. Rollison Same 3.50 1.00 1.00 3.50 3.50 1.00 4.00 -t.OO 4.50 4.50 3.50 Blytlieviile .50 .13 .50 .13 .50 .13 .50 .13 .50 .13 .88 .25 .25 .8S .83 .25 1.00 1.00 1.13 1.13 .88 3 4 18 Addition <i : Leo Swift ; Same . i ! Same . . i ! -5 i Unknown <• | White, S. 21 ft. of Wl-2 7 3: w. c. cox i > J. C. Trijip ] i 3 , A. L. Biclton 3 j i M. L. Chambers Second AdrlitI A ' Tillman and Lula Williams 6 1 •1 1.00 4 LOO 8 1.00 to Blylhevillc 2 5.00 4 1.00 12 3.00 i5 5.50 15 5.50 .'-5 .25 .25 .25 .25 150 Loll 1.50 Open Nightly Until 9 p.m. 1.33 1.38 lo Klythcville -.... ., .. 5.50 1.38 Sam " 1 2 LOO .25 Cliu-npo .Mill ,(. Lumber Company's Second Aildilion In Blvlhcville C. C. _Eldr!dg<! 8 4 5.50 1.38 .25 7.13 Mill ,V l.nmticr Company's Third Adilition In Klythcville I Booker Rollison ... 1.50' George Davis 4.00 : Unknown . .. 7-13 Unknown . 7.13: W."C. Hart Same 7.13 L50 Shallie Rogers .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 ! Hoyle W. Hardin j Tcnnic Kelly ... ; J. G. Howard .. Snme 3 4 1 2 4.50 3.00 5.50 1.50 1.13 .75 1.38 .38 3.DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING Who! tride-ro-b. wouldn't be Iru.Ucd wilfv ihU •• f t own ., e f rirlg _ w.rh five Hoihing diomondil Cre' oted in I4K natural gold — per- f«i!y ilyled for Idling lovelineii. Vi'tdding ting lo trarth. PAT O'BRYANT Jeweler Main& Second phonc 326 , Chicknsan'ba Garden Adililinn to Itlyllicvillc H J Allen 8 2 1.50 .38 S:u »e B 2 1.50 .38 Dorothy Crawford Cole 11 2 1.00 .25 Lit B. Conk Subdivision lo Blyllieville /,. 6 A .50 .13 13 A .50 .13 16 A .50 .13 ID A .50 .13 6 B .50 .13 J. C. ("riner Addition lo Blyllieville 6 .50 .13 l>avi<i Third Addition lo Blythcrllle A. J. Canada E',i 3 2 2.50 63 Snme W. 21 ft. 4 2 2.50 63 James L. Mathis N. 50 It. 18 5 650 1.63 Davis Bros. Subdivision to Blyllieville B. L. Eubanks 4 10 5.00 1.25 Fairvieiv Aildilinn lo Blythevillc J. H. Davis 4 2 4.00 1.00 Highland I'lacc Addition to Blyllieville Charley Saliba n i i.oo .25 Oeo. O. Vales 9 3 8.00 200 Ben Elliott, Jr 16 3 1,50 ,38 Ilollautlalc Aildilion lo BlytlicvUIf IMl]>h R. St. John 10 B 4.00 1.00 Holliriclcr and Shonyo Aildilion lo nl.vllierllle T. W. Thompson 6 1 4,00 100 James Mnttie Wills 14 2 3.50 ,S8 William and Ancs Erby 16 3 1.50 ,38 Alfred and Elizabeth Knlghten 12 4 3.00 75 King Henry Nunn 13 4 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 n j James Battle . J! | Dewpy Smith . rt j F.ci B. Cook . ^ j John Bowcn . J Steve Fletcher J | Hollis White A n A A f. K K K K K .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 5.25 588 4.00 7.13 2.13 2.13 2 13 1.50 .88 .88 .88 .88 .88 .88 3.38 3.38 8.38 6.50 5.25 '. W. Adam and Mary Douthit. Curtis Stevens Will Lyons ,, , Same " g I Lee and Arisline Austin ' Jim AtirieiFon Same . . Hollipctcr Seconil Adilition to Blytlieviile .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 S.25 4.63 2.13 4.00 1.50 ..25 ..30 .. 3 .. 4 ..13 :«»• 1.00 1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1 00 1.00 .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 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 o 29 30 31 Ituiiillc Heights Addition lo Blytlieviile George N. Robertson n 7 150 38 Lawrence Poole S 1-3 6 H 4'50 L13 Buck Berry .... N 1-2 nl S 2-3 6 11 4.M 1.13 Sunmsiile Aililition lo Blyllieville 3 7 ' 1.50 Wilson's first Addilion to Blylhevil 20 I ,50 1 2 .50 2 2 .50 10 2 ,50 II 2 .50 \\ilsorTs Second Addition to Blyllieville 6 3 4.00 I.OO Wilson's Third Aildilinn lo Biylhevillc A 1 3.00 .75 1 1 1.50 .38 Firsl Addilion lo Dell 8 6 2.50 .63 "• '• Hal's Addition lo Lcachville C. Leonard .... E. 50 ft. .. 7 2 4.50 1.13 8 3 1.50 .33 .M. Jackson Addition to I.eachvilk ; •> A 4.50 1.13 „ ,. ... .M.illhews Firsl Addilion to Leachville Eva Sullivan ,, 2 450 113 B. H. Jarrett ^.^t" ' c « '^"^ 1,3 _ „ Second I'ark Addition lo Lcachviltc C. B. and Wilma Shearer 19 953 S3 Samc 20 5^50 L38 _ , „ . Smith's Addition lo I.r.u-hvMlc Carl Carl « S. 70 ft. 16 J 450 1.13 _ . c - "• Ashabranncr Atldilion lo Manila Rose Uowning , 8 3 , „„ .,. John Ruv " Cnri A5habrlnner Addilion to Manila ' v ••-.. 2 B 4.00 LOO „ p „ Original Survey to .Manila u. r. Klissell 207 16 30[) 75 Same W'i 208 16 ' 2.50 .63 Tarkvirw Addition lo Manila .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .2a .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .38 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 4.03 2.13 7.13 2.13 4.63 5.83 5.25 1.50 4.63 .88 4.63 5.88 1.50 ISO 4.03 4.03 1.50 5.25 5.25 5.88 5.88 4.G3 .88 .88 .88 .88 .88 2.13 5.88 5.83 .88 .83 .88 .88 Unknown . Unknown J. W. Goforth E R. D. Smith Johnnie Grace .25 5.25 .25 3.38 5.88 2.13 .25 5.88 .25 3.38 .25 7.13 .25 2 . .25 .25 5.88 1.50 5.25 4.00 3.38 Catherine Dcnton „ Slnan's Subdivision of 'xRi/i > C. C. Motley I 5 Don W Hall w. 148 ft."of E. 563 ft 5 Eugene Sloan ....,....'*] ^ E. of Ry. 3G-1S-8 — JIanil 1.00 .25 .25 .25 1.50 B .50 1.00 .13 .25 .25 .25 Sloan's Subdivision of"w?i NW'i, N. of Uv. Sl-is'-S—Manila G. W. Bunch Lot 4 NW'i.NW'i 100 Same Lot 5 NW't NW>4 100 Sam « lal 6 NWU NW'l 100 Unknown Lot 1 SW", NW'4 1.00 West End Subdivision lo Manila Charlie E. Crow 3 ± 00 Original Town of Varbro .25 .25 .25 .25 .88 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1 00 Minnie Sadler 4.50 1.13 .25 5.25 .25 5.88 ,h the Said sale will .!..!»»•** „ %.' ""," '" • Jllv * ;>l J ••" ll " "t:*.-it:e tur taxes ana cosis cue li.inti(t on each and every separate tract and parcel of land and on Ann p.Vf rv spun r a 1^ i/it nn«aL.i-.i. _-!-_. .. ... - ... ry separae ract an parcel of land and on each and every separate lot and block. «s Is set out In said decree for which said Property _ls delinquent as aforesaid for the year 1948. _ DeccnibeT ?949 To (Sea ' . C ° Urt On thls the ! day of HARVEY \fORRl.S Commissioner in Chancery.

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