The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1949 · Page 7
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^WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER as, d«Mn Industry Shows Gains lor 1949' New Plants Offset Some'of Losses Suffered by Farmers !>>' J. I.. TlmnmMm LITTLE ROCK. Dec: 28 M 1 )—Arkansas' Indtistriali/ation pace was slower in 1340, but it still was sufficient la oflset imn-li of the agricultural income del-line. Director Charles li Mowers of the Agriculture and Industry Division of tno Arkansas Resources and Development Connnission csthmtod loday Una the state's per capita 'tfH m< -' ''"' i hi; year will be only ipiut llni-i- pc,. C ent m ,,iei ti,c n , c - orcl hk-h liU'.m- in 1918. Kecwii in his offiie reflect that rtiinnst 11119. there ]K1V e ijeen KJQ ni'w intliMiics established in the Mute and sub.sl;<mi;il expansions have ijri'n UKiiie by 30 existing industries. On Hie other hand, Arkansis' economy suffered uvo severe blows d'.irint: (he- year the Missouri Pacific Railroad strike and estiniati'd clrii)) «f Slir>,000.000 in farm income. 'I'ii" rail tifnp .st;il!od shipments of j d'.K-ts and compelled sevonil BLYTHEVILLB fATlK.)' COURIER NEWS PACK SKVKN plltmre with the terms of B ccrlnln rfecrte rftirtcred on the !8th day of October, 104Q, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas. In the following cause, to-ivlt: lv Hoard of Directors SI. Francis Levee District. Vs. Joe \\cleh EtAl. and Certain Delinquent Lands, Town Lots, and lilocks, No mei2 will sell at imblic auction to the highest wilder, for cash, at the front elnor of (lie Courthouse in [he City of Blyihcvllle, Chicknsawba Uistrlct, Mis- ipiii County, Arkansas, nn the 21st day „, j AmmrVi 1950. within the hours prescribed by law for Judicial salts, the following described mil estate: Same , Coriime Hnlfen .. .Same m IVler Clark .'.ill S;"""' 20 OeoiKC Allen 21 V':iu Ailanis ., 2u Willie Miller and Mary Holmes :i' Eugene and Ine/. I'itlman V N. W. and W. M. Wclib n IXilllu Stokl-s 21 .Same , •)•> Supposed Owner Part of Section . ~ U 205.17 ft. SIC" !•' I !>• .fc..'"™' 1 '' NE "> 21 Lot $9.00 $2.25 $.25 I inn Iron (11) Nnrlh, IUn*e .\i,, e (0 ) Kasl 28 t*. .00 .31 (11) 01' HALES STOi:i:i> IN Ol'l N -<-unc nth as this HC comn™rnrthc~> tfd „, tuuml Bins of Texas' South Plains, near Lubuork. Tex., where thousands of hales of cotton are being .stored in Die open. An all-time record crop of over one million tales were produced in the year. There are lii.ooo hales in the opt-n neic at the West Texas Comprcs: photo). Texas Knntli Warehouse Co. Plains tins (AI> Wire- firms (o shut down erations. While the lixiusimi pace in 1913 j was at the lowest point in five years, Hiraers estimated that 1.840 neu julis were created ami annual Ciinhnys in industrial jobs increased about S3.827.000. lie also noted a reported increase of $13.500,000 in pay- intaTop j Lcad Consumers Warned by oils paid to employes covered unemployment Insurance. He s:iiil Uuii di'S]iilc Hie csli- niatnl SI 15,000.000 mini-lion in acri, iildiral income, the state's per capita income for MUD nil] lie an estimated SX37. The highest per capita income recorded fnr Arkansas was SSG:l last year. "The loss in' agricultural income is ofTsrt by ail increase in non-a<;ri- CHltnrnl income, which reflects that we are approaching a better balance in our economy." Dowers said. He also notcrt ihat while tile numlier of small concerns interested n> locating In Arkansas declined 1 Tl| ni» the year, more of (lie larger fVrms have shown interest In the state than at any other time. Although no section of the state escaped entirely Hie effects from either Die Missouri Pacific strike or the decline In crop income. State Revenue Department sales tax collections continued to increase. Nn Nov. 30, the 11-month total was S20.860.124 compared to $18.394,416 fo rthc corresponding period in 1918. Construction Bourn Continues The construction boom continued. Private housing is the mainstav of that industry, but union? the laY^er projects planned for 1950 are tin: Arkansas Power and Light Company's new $100,000 office building in Pine Bluff, and a proposed 'state capitol grounds office building here to house the State Welfare and Employment Security departments. A multi-million dollar hospital construction program also was well underway as the year nenred its close. Postal receipts, another sood Index of general conditions, Increased j anything." IV per cent in Little Rock during I t^ first nine months of 1949, Mrs. ' **^?:lda Robinson, ixistniaster, reported. Unrlng the Christmas .season, the Little Rock post office also set a new record for the number of pieces of mail handled in a single day. Department store sales—an index on business conditions—as reported by the Federal Reserve Hank of St Louis, declined in Little Rock and Port Smith, the two Arkansas cities included hi the report. Of Counterfeit Product NEW YORK. Dec. 23. M>i—Consumers or lead were warned by a prominent refmer yesterday to 'beware of buying pig lead bearing u counterfoil trademark. Tite American Smelling ,t Refining Co. in a statement sni^ the "counterfeit lead" apparently originated in Japan and bore a" crude imitation of the mark used by American Smeltmg's refinery and smelter at Shelby, Calif. Rcvenooers Alookin' For Moonshiners Again ST. LOUIS, Dec. 27. (/i'j—The rev- onooers arc out looking for the moonshiners again. And they want help. The government's Alcohol Tax Unit is distributing hundieds of posters requesting cooperation in a drive against owners of illegal stills. The posters advise taxpayers that operation of the stills arc costing "you many thousands of dollars in federal and state taxes evaded by these criminals." Assistant Lindcnwood College President Dies CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., Dec 28 — M>r— G u y Motley, 04, assistant president of I.indwooil college in St. Charles, died yesterday in an ambulance en route to a hospital , here from Caruthersvillc. Deatli was attributed to a cerebral hemorrhage. Motley had been spending the holidays with a sis'ter. Mrs. Earl Long, uho lives at Cainthersville. Burial will be at St. Charles. makes your coo/ewa your Aesf SW 1 .; SE'.l W. of Levee Unknown E. of Levee. Fvl. SW'/. SWU 32 25 ]-15 Tou-nshlp l-'ourti-en (14) North, lUnze rtuvrn Raymond Crawford, ' W 1-2 W 1-2 NK 1-4 11 40 1000 251) Township Fum-lreii III) N'orlh, Itaiigc Twelve U2> Cl-iulj- Homer, N. 0.8 Clis of W. 1.50 Chs Of R (i.l Clis. NE1-4 SWI-4.. 4 1 .25 Ofi Township l-'ifleon (15) North. lUnfc | | s h( (si I'asl H. R. Gooth, I'd. 2, lJ)t 3 NWI-4 fi 31 775 19.1 -15 John WaeniT. N. 72 ft. of E. 150 ft. S. of 3rd St., and w. and parallel lo Cot. Dell Hy.. I/>t 1 HE'', SW'.J 8 lat 350 O. li. .Martin. SW 1-4 K13 1-4 32 40 1000 Township rifle,',, 115) North, Kangc Nine G. L. Richardson. Lot 1 Hup S'vey 5 1 05 T. N. Clifimnoss. NWI-4 Sup. S'vc'y 13 IliO 800 Town of Manila. NK 1-4 SW 1-4 NE 1-4 30 10 250 .VI. L. Downini;, 150x150 ft. Lot in SW Corner NWI-4 NKl-t ns pi-r Dccil recorded In Deed Record 90, Page 545, Mississippi County 31 ixiL 350 CScucrul D Moblcy. 1 Acre Lot in'W 1-2 NW 1-4 :il Lot 3 r,0 Unknown, Bah SWI-4 NWI-4 S. of Ry, :ll ] .25 Township I'iricrn (15) North. Kangr Te Han,Id Kaniioii. l»t 5 NE1-4 N. of Road, less E. 1.2 Chs 22 l/>! 4,50 Township liftern (! : -,l North, Il.-ingo Kle\ W H. lityi-ans, E. 10 Acres SWI-4 SWI-4 less S. 1122 ft. and w. 78 ft. of .25 .25 liast .25 :ast .25 .88 .25 2,50 .25 l») Lasl .01 .25 2,00 .25 .03 .25 .88 $11.51) 1215 •I li:i 1275 3 1.00 .25 3 100 .25 3 1.01) :! i.oo :i ii)o 'J 1.08 3 1.01) .25 4 1.110 .25 '1 1.00 .25 4 1 00 .25 4 1.00 ,25 < 1.00 ,25 5 1.00 .25 5 1,111) .25 5 1.00 .25 5 1.00 ,25 « 1,00 ,25 6 1.1)1) 25 ,-i N\V'/« 10-15-11, Illylln-vlllc ..HI 3.00 .75 s in Tu M-n uf lllylhcville .. 3 ..14 .. 15 ..Hi .. 1 Lillian Walker l.'ddlc Spears Same . Odl,; Hurt '..'.. Oili.s ami Lillle Mae Hurt .... i'l-hx mid o™ D. Iliillcy K lircsulaj l.uls N Harry llogun Irregular Li) J. A. Ciiunlml A Ijjf lu Ujt 3 HE', NW',1 lli-15-ll Wcllb K, 40 li, ot Lot 9 In NK'.-, NK>; .... 17-15-11 Lot .1.01) l.arryS Thiril Adillllun In Illytln-vi .lames Curry 4 3 r )U i.'tc-o. MiChilcliliii! a jiijj Niillniiilel KUIianlsoti 20 ) 01) Larry's l-'uurtl Jiilll) Parker I-ot :i.oo .75 1 50 1 50 1.50 1 50 1 50 1.50 1.50 1.50 1,50 1.50 1,50 1.50 150 1,50 150 1.50 1 50 1.50 400 .25 4.00 .'K 5,23 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 A'l'lill.Hi tu ISI.vthcvilli; llattli! Lynn ... C. Wanders Flum llliu-kbiii-n K.IIIKAullii: Harris ... Hamu i James Iluford t.'alin-i ine [loss j Ui-llii Uavls I Jim uncl Ldn Jlrooks {Henry Perkins VI 1110 Adtlilii H .50 .r,o a. 50 .;,\> .50 .50 .50 .50 .13 .13 .tin .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 lllillH-ulU- 1.01) .25 1(111 .25 100 .25 350 .88 i .0(1 (101 .25 ICasl 1.13 (ID IN THE CHANCERY COUKT OF .MISStSSIITI COIJNTV, ARKANSAS ClMCKASAWliA DISTItlCT. BOARD OF DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT, PLAINTIFF —Vs.- NO. 10,842 JOK WELCH, KT AL. AND CERTAIN' DELIKQUKNT LANDS TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS. DEFENDANTS COMMISSIOICU'S SAKE N'OTICli is hereby given that the uiidcrMuncd Commissioner in CIMII- 6 5 o e Acres, 10 Lot 15 Lot Du/ce and Duchess Back; Not Looking tor Work NEW YORK. Dec. 28. f.Tl—The Duke and Duchess of Windsor arc back in the United States for a while, and the Duchess says she is not looking for a job. Asked about reports that she was seeking employment, the rormnf Wallis Simpson of Baltimore said on the couple's arrival here: "I'm afraid that's pust n rumor," Then she glanced at the man who gave up the British throne to marry here and added: "I already have a full-time job and I'm not seeking Christmas Baby Arrives With Two Front Teeth MALVEHN', Ark.. Dec. 28. i.Fi — The tojans son of Mr. and Mrs Pete Allen r,f Malvern got his two front, teeth for Christmas. In fact, tile nine and a half pound boy was born wi[h them at the Kot Springs County Hospital here Dec. 25. 3*;HOUR SERVICE Ask for either while or colored driver, \ttie cabs at your service. 2100 CAB CO. I'or Prompt, Courleous FRIENDLY SERVICE • NU-WA laundry-Cleaners Phone 4474 WHAT ARE YOU DOSN' NEW YEAR'S EVE? If you're lining In have a friendly parly ;t! home, i c- nicniljcr tluil CliampaKiie will make il truly feslivt!. The beginning of a new decade deserves Champagne. CHAMPAGNE SPECIALS! Uoniii Calilornia Champagne S:i.:i2 I'if III. Taylor's New York Slate Champagne ... . S3.SS I'ifth. Cluirles Hcid.sicck Imported Champagne . .§S.i)l Fil'lli. And .Many Other Famous Hnmds FOSTER'S LIQUOR STORE 106 North Broadway Phone 2868 K. 330 fl. and Lots 1 and 2, .. 6 5 1 25 Leo Swift, Let 14 in El-2 Wl-2 El-2 SRI-4 W. R. Muliins, E. 1 Acre o[ W. 3 Lot 3 Nl-2 Nl-2 KK1-'I Oennie Lowery. N. 171 ft. of E E. 50 ft. Lot n NE1-4 Tiin-nship I'iflecn (15) North, Uangc 'J'wclvr C3eo. M. Lee, Between O. M. Lines. NW1-1 NWI-4 ..10 7 I.7.S. Same, between O. M. Lines. SW 1-4 NWI-4 ..10 5 125 , Max Watson. All Orig. Survey. El-2 HW1-4 S. fc W. of Lake 14 62 1300 Willie D. Roberts. Lot 10 Sup, Survey 14 32 4.1fi Same, Lot II Klip Survey 14 26 3.3H Same. Frl I't. NE 1-4 NE 1-4 SE 1-4. Lot 8 14 2 .50 Sumo. All Orig. Snn-ev E 1-2 SW 1-4 N. ,V K. of Lake 14 17 1.25 •Jou-nshin Sixteen (10) North, Iliincc Ten S. C. Windlaiul and J. H. Canicr, .31 (- > (!. l-'lowers Allicrt T. Pierce .laek .Mii'hcl .^ani Huildleston Indiann CJlcen i^lilliT ani T. O. Halley Arkansas Fuel Oil Co. Aluli' D.I nli-ls Alhlillini to Illyllii-vlllc 7 1 4 M] II 1 .Miiybilli- .Siiliiliii-.ii>ii |o ..13 2 .. -I I : Aildltlim ... K tiri'cnlce .. 7 113 1.13 Last 1.04 .85 4.0:i 2.44 5.45 4.48 Mary J. shanks .Same Garland Btnici) Same w. Ida Chafln Ki'lilnulcl S. Alclntosh ...W'v » iris Adilllin . . S'a !) .. S'l 10 .. i;\ 13 fl'.i ft. 14 ........ 15 4 tn II I) 1! I) I) C 1110 1.00 .!>« .13 I" Illyllii'vllle .75 3.50 300 '1.111) 5.00 ,fi« 5,50 5.50 lllyMiiwilli: .13 LOG (10) .25 Kasl 4.00 10.00 1325 5.00 3.00 SW 1-4 NE 1-1 S. of Levee 20 !« Same. NW 1-4 SE 1-4 21) 40 J. W. Anderson. S 1-2 NE 1-1 W of Ry 20 53 M. I.. Williams, W'i SE', NW", 2(1 20 Bud Wright. N. 135 ft. ol s. 125 ft. of W. 102 ft. Kl-2 SWl-4 SWI-4 36 I/it Allison Addition tu Hlylhcvillc Lot. Block Cartlthers and Robbie Lcc Williams i i Lydia Moran 13 5 Frances Sanders 7 7 Sain Ilarnes Slllitllvhlun 13. A. Smith, N. 2U U. ut H liO ft. 2 Floyd Slcilniy 15 Ilarron A Lilly Adillllini 1.00 2.50 3.31 1.25 .75 I'. .1. O'Hih-n Silbdlvlsio IU 2 Original .Suivcy lo 111, Ihcvillc -IS " 5 50 I'aik Addition tn III) Ihcvillc U C f>.5() 1.00 1,25 .13 1.3H 1,38 F. H. Wahl Umk Neburg R. H. Cummlnns Unknown S. M fl. ol N. 10 ft Lois li anil 7 B ).00 .25 Kcbrrra I'ulti-rsori Siibilivislnn—Illvlhrvillc Clyde and Eva Howard.... E 2-3 :i 2 350 JIN 1.50 38 1.38 533 5.83 5,25 .88 1.50 1,50 4.00 11.15 4.00 5,25 C.50 .8B 7.13 7.13 1.00 .25 1.50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Hame David Curtis .. Uma V. Hi une . J. A. McHride . Veiiuva ,fami-s . John C. Hollema Ed B Cook 12 G 8 I 10 L Itlvlhi- Aililition li .. W 10 ft. 2 27 J. L. Jame. Charl Jauii'. Brown Anilrrson . -y .Smith .. Willis n:-n.iamiii llarues Rf.'ttie Nevils .... l-'r,i:,k Hunt .... Mrs. Curl Giccn. S DO It. . . . . Dud Juiui:iim . , Saint.- i:. Leo Swill Same Same Hrawlr.y 3.00 .75 4.50 1.13 3,00 .75 lo Bhllirvlllr 3.50 .«« 2 50 .03 i to Illylhcvillc fi.50 4.50 5.50 7,50 2.50 Illylhcvillc 1.50 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 1,38 1.13 1.38 1.K3 .03 16.81 6.50 4.00 S.BB 401) 4 (W 3.M 7.13 S.88 l(c|ilal of .1. !•. I'rlile anil C,:, Floyd Austin .j Hosallc Ouclos :... u Mrs. P. K. Harris .'.' 5 l.cc Powell w. Hi ft 3 H. U. Taylor n Siiiilfl All, except K. 5rj i(. 12 l-'rcil Smith, w. 50 It, ul E 150 fl 13 11. K. Williams W. 50 It. of E. 100 U 13 Mary E. Sprlnijnclil .. w. 50 It of E. 150 ft. of N. 180 fl. 24 Thoma.s Evans .. N. So fl of w 150 It. ol S. Will John.son ,. 200 fl. of S. !•'.. C. Foster Hennle Overtoil .. of K. 225 ft. J. II. Hrlnkley .... of E. 175 ft. .25 .25 :iy SlilHiivisiiins to Itlylhr.t-Illi! IHO ft 24 K. 50 ft. of W. ISO II 24 .. .Ixil It of -It . . W. 50 ft. 43 W. 81 ft. 40 5.50 1.50 3.50 4.50 4.0(1 1.00 3.50 3.50 .50 3.50 KH ROSENS; and FUEL OIL G.O.PoetzOilCo Phone 2089 W. C. <Ju:< J. C. Tri[)p A. L. HIPI \ Tilirnan and Sam': ChicjRd Mill A C. C. Klririd^r . . | Chicaco Mill A ! Ilovlc W. Matdln j Tcnnlc Krllv .... ! J. G. Howaid ... \ Same lo filythi-ville 1.00 1.00 LOO i. on i.oo 1.00 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 Walter and Same . ... 3.3« I Kamc j Myrn Ross 2.13 Kamc Harmon Ilochenliull . Stelle Hu.val ! John !J;irr 1 50 ! CatilF-rJiur Harr L5D '. Kilman L. While ... Kiluln Ho),linn nline Turner.... 1,,'tll 1.00 .25 .88 .13 .KK 1.13 .25 .25 1.50 In l.unilji-r C'ontpa . . 8 l.urnlirr O>rn|iany'<i 'Ihird DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION^ S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BL06. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • (Phone* 3646atut2525 D. J. Allr-o 8 Same 9 Dorothy Cravrf'jrti Coir; li I.(I i; Ciiok Snliil James Battle 0 Dcwcy Smiih 13 Ed B. 0«,x IB Jnhn P,,-.irn 19 6 1.00 .25 UK) .25 1JJO .25 Klythcvillr. 4 1 00 .25 4 1.00 .25 'A 1 <>'.> .25 i to Klythcville 2 5.00 1 25 . ! 1.1)0 25 12 300 7, : , 15 5.50 ins 15 ;i 50 1 :tS Adililinn Irj IIEyllKivilln 1 5.50 1 -.',:•: 2 1 .(ill .20 y'x Scdiml Aildilion lo 4 5.50 1 38 Aildilion to 4 4,50 113 4 3 00 ,75 1 5.50 1 'M 1 1.50 .'.If, Aihlitinn lo Itlyllicvillo 2 1.50 ,:m 2 1.50 .33 2 1,00 .25 isiun to HlyDicvllle 1.50 1,50 1 50 1.50 1 50 ! Aim Steve Fletcher .50 .50 .50 .50 .50 .13 .13 Hnlll-s White J. I'. Crinrr Addition to Itlylhcvillr .13 .13 A J. Ca Sam» James L J. II. Davis Tliirrl Aildilion nada .......... K' ; 3 2 W 21 It 4 2 Marhis ____ N. 50 ft. 1R 5 Davis Urns. Subdivision lijar.Xs ................ 4 10 to .13 50 Klyllicrlllc 2 50 .63 2 50 ,63 6 50 1 ,63 to Bljlhrvillc 5 00 1 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 Kva Sullivan 11. 3,TH 3S8 833 Chariev Gro. O Brn Kl::-/ T'.ilrvien Addition to Hljlhrvlllc 4 2 4.00 1.00 Hipht.incl I'l.icr Addition <n Illvthevlllc b» '...11 1 1.00 25 '-'- S J Kfifl 200 Jr 16 3 ifto 3a lloll.inil.tlr Aihlilion lo HKIhrvillt •1-hn ' ...10 B 4,00 100 llnlliprtrr ami Shonyo Aildilinn lo FUjlliCTllIc .25 650 1.50 1025! 2.13 25 5 25 - 13 irsl Addition to I.Ciirlivillr- 12 2 i :,0 1 I,? f'.irk Aililition lo l.r.Khvillr Jririf-tt .ft (; ; ,,, | JT Srroml I'.irl, Aihlillun to l.r.n hiillc .irjfl V.'iima Shrau.T.. . . !',> 2^-t tn ' Sarr " J 20 5 :0 i :if; Hinilh> Adilitlon tn ).<-,u hi illc C^rl Carter s. 70 ft. 18 .; ,-«, } - l?j C. I). Ashabrannrr AiMition li, >r.mil.i Ifcrry .Uh.,br.in m r A.l.ntrr,,, | 0 .M. ln ili, t'.I veil 2 K ji/j Original Simc* to M.tnil,. Riif'.ell 207 if, 31,,) W . 203 15 _> >, I'.irkvicw Ailililion lo M.iml.i il'.n n'l.-.'.n f. •> i n, .in> Kuhilm<,li,i> of NL'i M.u. (.. ,,| u». ' M''*'>-:- 5 l>,rj n-..i v; MB it, or 8 J 3 John 0 O P. 4.G3 2.13 f. 7.13 2.13 4.(i3 5.88 5.25 1.50 4.63 4.63 .25 5.R3 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 25 25 5'i.l C T. W Jamrs Mif.ie V."i!> William ar.d A: r': Krby AUrrd f.r.A Kli/.ilxth Knt^hlen King Hrr.r. N'unn . ...... U U ll.illip'-lfr Adam ni;d M.iry !>,>i]thll Curtis Sti-vtns ....... Will Lyons ..... . Same ......... 1 I/-e and Adeline Ati.-tfn Jim Andrr-on Same Oeo. Johr-.'.on 6 . M 1$ 12 13 Sroond 25 30 3 4 13 2 3 B 400 3.50 1 2 3 . 4 300 4 i no Addition lo Frank W»ikcr 11 ] 00 ] .00 100 i.oo i.oo ] no 1.00 l.r/0 ,«a ..IB .75 .25 Illl 111 25 .25 25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .M 25 525 463 2 13 4 00 1.50 ville O. W. B-j:,c Same . Same . .... Unknown . Charlie f: vision <i) \V'i NW",, N. of . Ir.i 1 NW-i ;,'W-i . I.-,! 5 NW-, NW'l . I...I fi NW, NW'l . !/.' I sw. :,w; SUM End Kuhillvklnn 1 00 1,50 1 50 1.50 ISO .25 LoO lo .M.vnila (.00 i'a rhro 450 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 s.na 4,63 1.50 1.50 4.63 4.63 1.50 525 5,25 5.88 588 4.63 .88 .83 .BB .S3 .83 2 13 ft 88 5.83 2.13 .1)3 .1,8 M .68 I no 2.13 333 5 ftB 2 13 5.88 338 7.13 5.88 1.50 400 3.33 1.50 L 1-50 ISO 150 150 150 I.JO LOO .25 J.25 .25 ami SS3 due Ori»inil Tftwn of Minnie Sadler 9 2 450 1 13 Said jale Till to had to satisfy sa| t | dcr.ree lor taxes .„„ ^,.., uu = the Plaimid on carh and every separate tract and parcel of land and on each and every separate lot and block, as is sot on' tn said decree tor which ISfli Property is dclinouent as aforesaid (or the y;ar 19IS '' S0 HARVEY MORRIS (Sca " Commissioner In Chancery.

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