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J"RlDAYi M, 1MO (AXX.) OOlTlDt* KZWB 'Russia Will Conquer Yugoslavia Over Our Dead Bodies', Says Tito By ALEX SINGLETON I BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Nov. 34.1 (jet— If attack comes to Yugoslavia,! - Premier Marshal Tito says, "Our' people would know ho-w to- defend themselves and would give up their Independence only at a dear price." Firmly, he told the Associated Press In a Thanksgiving Day Inter' Mew that Russia and her comin- j form Batellitcs could not conquer Communist but independent Yugo- ^flavla "except over our dead bodies." ^|pA Dressed in a dapper grey flannel 'suit, and chain smoking from a small pipe holding a domestic cigarette, the Premier expressed his appreciation of American aid to his . drought-stricken country. He said • he hoped more p'ould arrive soon, . Congress will shortly consider a bill proposed by President Truman to provide Yugoslavia with food worth between S80.000.000 and $105., 000,000 to tide the country over until the next harvest. Yugoslavia, which has requested the larger amount, should be able to get through on that.—"though not easily"—Tito declared, by econ omy drives, reduction of supplies and similar measures to combat the . food shortage. The famine threat will be critical around February and March, the Marsha] said, though "In certain sections even before that." Not Worried by Russia -Tito showed no signs of persona! disturbance over the possibility nl an Imminent assault, by the Sovie Bloc, with which his regime broke more than two years ago when hp charted a policy independent Moscow*. "We are not seeking arms abroad.' he said, "regardless of the fact thai we have the moral right to bu; those means which we lack. I d< not consider this question of prime importance." And It "is understood" that Yugo . slavia would Invite United Nation /intervention In case of a Comln •storm attack, the Premier added. ™ The Interview ranged over vlr tually every aspect of Yugoslavia' military, political, and cconomi situation. Marshal Tito listened in tently to the questions, put to hin without advance notice, and replle,i frankly and quickly. He said apart Irom the Unitei States. England "would also com Into consideration" for economi aid to Yugoslavia, and "T have als heard, although unofficially, ths the French government has pressed the will to help us." In order to be effective, the Yugo slav leader continued, aid won! have to begin arriving In Dccembe and January, especially "fat, flour and other high caloric foods." Organization Ready Once ashore, these shipment "will be included In the supply fun. Immediately. We already have a: organization for distribution func turning," Tito Asserted. Nowhere in the Interview dl Marshal Tito show any sign of re treat from his position that Yugo slavia must be regarded as an "equ; partner" in political and econom relations with either East or Wes .— In that connection, the-Yugosla ^HVeader declared, "We could not re »jecl it if the Russians were to oife at least bearable relations such a they have with other countries." AFkcd whether Yugoslavia could trust Russia to abide by any such agreement, Tito replied he didn't know. trktttfs Highlight Civic Club M«tt ArfeatUi, fir! roc«l group from Arkaivu «UU Ooltoft, Joiut- bora, MfWUhUd th* Joint drie elub Mid ta Hotel Mebl* Wwl- BLACKBOARD Continued on P»ie I ample* of cotton and soybeans. MOM Elm Street N*iee: Each xlh grader IE working on an au- oblographlca) booklet which will ontaln the atory of hi* life and a holograph of himself. , . oradet hre« through »tx are writing hank-you not*« to Misa Eula Me- 'ougal. librarian at Osceola, who ave them a copy of Lois LensUi'i Cotton In My Sack" when they kited the library there last week. . . The following clubs have an- ounced the' names of their presients: physical education, King lenry Nunn. IV; music, Dollle Harey; dramatics, Jimmle Louise Hughes; hobbles and crafts, Junior ,ee Lencyj monitors, Percy Jackson; iealth, Clementine Davis. The clubs neet each Friday afternoon. • • • News from SudbutT: Fifth grade tudents In Mrs. E. r. Pry's room iresented two plays during Natlona look Week—"The Run Away Books" and "Tell It to the Judge ncyclopedia. 1 ' Cast for the former Included Nadean Yowell. Melia Saliba, Mrs. Adelaide Williams, Charlotte Ty•one, Wanda Cunningham, Betty ,ou Clouse, Betty Jo Webb, Ann Blackwell, Bruce Thompson. Oleen Wamble, Danny Bratcher, Larry Burgcson, Billy Haney and Roy Zeller. Taking part In "Tell It to Judge Encyclopedia" were Bruce Thomp;on, Danny Bratcher, "Marvin Zell- .ier, Larry Burgeson, Robert Brown, Anita Porsylh. Billy Hatch, June Homer, Mrs. Adelaide Williams, Tony Edwards. Norma Joyce Handley, Louise Stafford, Imogene Reese; Jc*n Scott, David Crump, Royileee SchulU, Donald Webater, Lowell Goforth, Harold Ftowern, Betty Jo Webb, Carolyn IMIgham. Other* In the chorua were CharlotU Tyrone, Wanda Cunningham, Ann Blackwell, Betty Lou Cloute, Nadeen Yowell, Mella Saliba, Gilbert Humphrey, Eddie Glless. Johnny Dose. Oleen Wamble, Linda Dunn, Doyle Greer and Ruth Dyer. Linda Dunn wa» announcer for the program and Johnny Dots wa< in charge of the curtains. • • • News briefi Iron Sudourr: Each room has been marked by a number and with the teacher'a name . . . Pupils of Sudbury are enjoying eight new swings, 12 new teeter, totters, two new slides and m newly remodeled merry-go-round purchased by the Sudbury P. T. A . . . The school also has two new sidewalks, one at the south end «nd one at the north end of the build- Ing. . . each room observed Thanksgiving Wednesday with club pro grams. Thanksgiving? Hot. That's the way Los Angeles felt yesterday. The official maximum temperature was only 85 degrees, but 100 high school girls keeled over when the mercury bubbled up to 111 degrees In breejeless Memorial Coliseum. Competing tn a drill team contest »t a benefit football game, they recovered after first aid. Thousands deserted oven-hot kitchens for balmy beaches, takini their turkeys with them. RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUGH Chronic bronchitis may develop if youi cough, chest cold, or scute bronchitis is oot treated and you cannot afford to take a chance n-ith any medicine less potent than Creormilsioo which aoes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel jcnn laden phlegm and aid nature to ioolh* and heal raw, tender, iaflamed, bronchial membranes. Creomulsion blends beecbwood creosote by special process with other lime tested medicines for coughi. It contains no oaxcotics. No matter how many medicine* you ,hav» tried. Creomulsion is guaranteed to pleise you or, druggist refunds money. Creomulsinn has stood the test of many minions of usen. (Adv.) XHtAB***, i& th* fottowtos etttt*, Bo»rt oT Dirtctorj, fit. rrancl* L*r DlAtrlei, V». MOM Crow* 11, Bt Al *n4 Certain Delinquent L*ndj, Town loU uU Blocks, No. 11.352 win **11 at public auclton to the hichMt bidder, («• door of th« CourthouM in th« city of Blythtvllit, , Arkanus. on the 30 day M December 19M, wlthla tSa boun pr«erited by Uw tor Judicial aa!e«, th« following Aa*crAbM real e*Ute: ., Th« rlj-u Mm bttor* member* of B]f1h«vUle ReUiT, Ueiu and Kl- wanli club* who »«t to(eth*r for their annual Thanki«1vlng wsslon. Kiwanla Pwaldtnt A. 8. (Todd) Harrison presided over the meeting. Steel* Company Joins Oil Dealers Slmp«on Oil Co., of Bt*ele, Mo., becamt a'member of the Mississippi County OU Dealer'i Association In i meetlnk Tuesday nltht. After 1 routine bualnru session. association member* voted to attend the meetlnf of the Arkansas oil Dtaler'a Association which will be held In Little Rock ori Nov. 28 Suppoaed Oimer Ar« You ALL THE FUN OUT OF LIFE? Or listoi Hi tn It i iKk il Yilimins Ii, It, Ifimd Nlatla! Tirtcjj run-down, b*low par, f«ttLn( up tech mom in K dreadinj the comlnj day, due in « ]»ek of ViUmin* Bj. B : . iron *nrl Nt«cin? Theuwnds like Mn. Cltmons, are relieving th« rt*\ c*u;e of lh«lr trouble, due to juch dcflelenciw, with todty'i Mn. Ltaler ClemoTU. Route 3. Box IM. Williaziiiton, N.C. *ayc "B«[or« 1 ha<l taken any Hadaeot or h»tl heard of it. no on« could have told m* that I would b« able to work agiin or t*Vf on household duties. I wai »iS«rin« Irom ach« •nd paint. I al^ wit Tjntbje to attend my church «nd vUtt friend* became I wai always tired and in a run-down ecnrifllcn. But since I have taken several boUte* of Hidaeol, I can tell you the truth, I »m much livelier, my aching haj «U gone'i I can get up early anrt itsrt on my hou«- hold dutl*t. NOTT, I eatx tttend church and fe«] better. I only with I had discovered It a year afo, I , will certainly pa*a thii en to my friends became I'm proud to b* happ>- again and b* a user of Hadacol." Trial «» botU*. $!.»; famUy or hoe- pltal size. SJ 50. Only Hadacol five* you that "Wonderful Hadac«l feeUngl" ftt thfl frcat Oeuaty, II Townthlp Fourteen (HI, .Verth, land lint Robeit Lee Herring, N. 208 1 ; ft. W. 208?; ft. N!i NW'i SWii.. 37 1 P. L, and Grady Eaton, Eli NW',4 SE',4 34 8 .3* * .0* | 36 « M M 5.00 IM North, Kanfe NlM (I) 12 40 10.00 3.60 Township Fourteen (14) R. A. (ireenway, SE'i NEU .. E. L, Parks SWVi SE'i W. of Levee 28 t .25 Unknown, E. of Levee, rri. sw-i sw>; 32 25 \.u Towruhip Fifteen (13| North, Rant* Eltbt .08 .31 18) I.M .28 Cait .25 JS K*J T»U ................. ........ 11 ••»• ............................ 18 I. Hyd« .... ............ .... 4 O«e. J«hn*tm ........... ..... ..... g Csrrln* Rtlfen ........ , ..... .... 17 «•«• ........................ .... 18 OUik ......... , ............ i» si Allen Van Adam* Willie Miller and Mary Kolmea ... 3 Dellle Btokea 21 Seme 33 Cnoi DavU 3 Oscar Clark s Tom Johnwn 6 Same i Irrerular LoU In Town of Blythevllle Sec. Twp. Rge. Ctrl Alber, N. 74 ft. of E 170 ft. lut .16 M 13* IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT BOARD Of DIRECTORS, ST. FRANCIS LEVEE DISTRICT ' PLAINTIFF Vs. No. 11,232 ROSS CROWELL,, ET AL,, AND CERTAIN DELINQUENT LANDS, TOWN LOTS AND BLOCKS DEFENDANTS COMMISSIONF.R'S SALE NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner tn compliance with the terms of a 'certain decree rendered on the 6th day of July, 1950, by the Chancery Court of Mississippi County, Chickasawba Unseasonal Heat Wove Strikes Los Angeles LOS ANGELES, Nov. 24. ftp) Know how a turkey feels 6n Chooses Draughons To Train For Career Miss Pauline Hale, of Quitman, Arkansas, 13 a graduate of the Quitman High School, and a former Draug- 'hon School of Business student. She now has employment with the Light Adjustment Com pany, in Little Rock. Mis: Hale is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P J. Hale, 6)5 West Thirly-thirti Street, North Little Rock, Ar kansas. After finishing her high school education, Miss Hale, was quick to realize that she needed ad v.inced training in order to compete for a position in the business world. At Draughon's, she received thorough and practical training by instructors who are ever alert to requirements of modern business. This training qualified Miss Hale for her present job. The Draughon School of Business is the only private business college in Arkansas that Is fully accredited and approved by the State Department of Education for two years work in commercial education. In continuous operation since 1901, Draughon's haf the distinction of being one ol th« oldest business training schools in the South; it points with pride to its more than 50,000 graduates. If you desire Information rt- garding business training, you f ! invited to write DRAUGHON HOOL OF BUSINESS, Little ck, Arkansas. There is no obligation whatever on your part PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores Take a tip from Sand. Lay asid* thit •pare ca*h now. Save u little' w 25c a week or as much a* $5.. .and depocit it in your own Christmas Club account. Then next Christmas you won't have the problem of paying for Christmas gifts—you'll receive a big check from the First National Bank in plenty of time for your holiday buying. MAKE NEXT CHRISTMAS A HAPPIER CHRISTMAS HERE'S HOW YOUR FUND BUILDS UP: 25c a week for 50 weeks $12.50 50c a week for 50 weeks $25 51 a week for SO weeks $50 52 a week for 50 weeks .$100 $5 a week for 50 weeks $250 Why Not Join Our Club This Week' COTTON MARKET QUOTATIONS The First National Bank is presenting, as a public servict feature, the cotton market quotations each weekday over KLCN (900 on your dial) at 10 A.M., 12 Noon, and 2:30 P.M. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Tht Only Notion*/ Bank In Miuiiiippi County MEMBER: FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM FEDERAL DEPOSIT tNSURANCE CORPORATION 6 Lot 4.50 1 50 ,88 M .98 n 111) .8t 1.00 M Eui 2.25 M K. E, Gooch, Parcel 2 of Lot 3 NW'i « 31 7.15 Bill and Mary May Lampton, s. 70 (t. SW", NWU, East of Honey Cypress Ditch ... 8 Lot 3,00 Ray and Florence Llnley, S 11 acres of Eli NWU NEU .... n n 315 frank Barnes, N. 150 ft. of B. 50 ft. of W. 100 ft. Eli NWU NE'i ... 11 Lot 560 Same. N. ISO ft. of E. 60 ft. of W. 300 ft, E14 NWU NE", .... 17 Lot 6,50 1.38 M T. D. Marshall, S. 15 ft, of N. 225 ft. of E. 3« ft o! W. 316 (t. SWV, NEU 11 Lot 3.00 .78 M Pltts-G'armi Gin Co., 260 x 380 ft. Lot In SW Corner, SWli, SE!i E of Hy .. 30 Lot 11.50 2,88 .25 Township Fifteen [15) North, Raaie Nine (») Eaal O, L, Richardson, Lot 1 Sup. Survey 51 .05 Ql 28 Q. E. Snider, HE',1 SWU NEU ... 30 10 3.50 .63 [26 Township Fifteen (IM North, Ranie Ten (1»| tut Wm. Earl Moody, SB Corner Center 1/3 NWU 1 Lot 3.SO Ivan Calvert NE Corner Center 1/3 NWVi 1 1 l.oo Herbert Belts, S!i Lot 3 Sup. Survey g 33 2.76 Township Fifteen (15) North, Hanj« Elei John Ed Grimes, Lot 1 of E. 10 acres SWU SWU .. Leo Swift, Lot 14 in Eli wii E'.i SEU , W. N. Mulllns. E. 1 acre of W. 3 acres Lot 3 NH N>4 SEV, 10 Lot 360 Gennle Lowery, N. 171 ft. of E. 50 ft, Lot 17 NE", U Lot 4.00 Unknown, Bal. NEU E. of Ditch and W. of Meander Line 17 Mrs. W. W. McGaughey. N'i SH NW',1 Sup. Survey 34 Same, Nli S'a NWU Orlg. Survey 24 Same, Nli S'.i S14 NWU Sup. Survey lame. N',4 Sli S'.i NWVi Orig. Survey ........ Township Sixteen (16) Bonnie Hart, W!i NEU SEU Same, Eli SEU SE'i Township Sixteen (16) W, Cowan. All in Ark. NEU E. of Levee 21 6 .30 .01 Same, Lot 1 Sup. Survey 21 19 .85 .24 Tovmstilp Sixleen (16) North, Hanfe Ten ild) Chas. O'Neill Smith, W'.i SE'i ... 29 RO 20.00 600 Chas. Orr, NEU SEli Sup. Survey 30 33 3.9t *t Lot Block Allison Addition lo BlylhevlUe Caruthcrs and Robbie Lee Williams ' 1 jUcile B. Tillman '. H D. C. Jefferson 2 Maude Toliver 1 Lydia Moran 13 Maude Toliver 5 Frances Sanders 7 Maude Toliver ...;... 8 Same i , j 8 Dan Barber 4 B Sam Barnei Subdivision to W. G. Alley. N, 100 ft 1 D. A. Smith, S 40 ft. of N 100 ft. .. 1 Mrs. J. F. Mooney, S. 60 ft 2 H. R. Hill 12 Floyd Austin ; 14 Ban-on * tllly Addition to 13.76 M 1.11 I.M i.OO l.W 1.11 T.13 4.00 14.83 Jl 1.38 483 9 15 ft. 11 350 9 I! 11 4.00 1.00 Lot 12. EH Wli SE',4 Elmer Fiow.ri, A lot 133 x 61li out of Lot 1« of W(4 E14 i •» per deed recorded In Book 101, pa(e 382 .... Gua ChlU-ood Esl., Less S. 81 it. and leu N. 110 ft, of E. 180 ft. All Lot 1* In BE'* SE'4 .. » 16 11 6.00 150 Jaa. B. Anderson, Jr., S. 34 ft. of W. 108 ft, N. *, E. of NW Corner Lot 4 of J. M. JonU Subdivision to BlylhevlUe In Lot 11, E!i W'4 SE'.i 9 16 A. T. * T. Co., N. 310 ft. of 8, 330 ft, of E. 300 ft. of E'.i 6E!4 NWK •.'....... 10 15 11 •—— ; —. Webb E. « ft. of Lot » In NEU NEU n M U 5-40 1.3* 3.00 15 11 Unknown, Tract No. 2 Blythevllle Pl»nt Site 17 15 11 Lot Block Jam.. Addition to Mrs. Rachel Prlvett, W. 42 ft 9 c Same -. 10 o Larry Addition to Eddie and Ada May Loni 18 Larry. Second Addition to 4.00 1.00 2.50 M 2.13 .36 1.00 ., 8,50 . Jewel Jacob* ... 150 Vance end Frank Qeo. II 22 24 11 3,13 S.50 I.M 225 1.38 .26 38 M .. 24 North, Range Elfb.t (t) , . 36 20 5.00 1.25 .. 36 20 5.00 1.25 North, Hint. Nine (») Caat Eui .24 .26 Eait .26 350 ' .M Bljtherill* 3.50 M l.oo M 3.00 350 3.50 3.50 4,50 4.50 3.00 4.50 3.50 1.00 BlvlheriUt 1.00 .25 3.50 .SB 3.50 .88 3.30 .M .30 .13 BIllheTlll. .15 .88 .88 .68 1.13 1.13 .75 1.13 .25 .88 .8» J-t3 .11 .25 .88 .15 .63 Virginia Martin i E 350 Same i g 3.50 Eura V. Stone 5 F 4.50 Mrs: Florence R. Housh; N. 2 ft, of 3 H .50 Oren Oof f B K 1.00 iame ' 7 K 3.50 W. J. Logan, S. 28 ft 6 L 3JM John G. Hollman 10 L 2.50 8. H. Vlihop Addition to Bljtherille May M Dever ..: 3 3,50 ,jg Blylhe Addition to BlylheviUe Ira Nicholas ig 24 5.50 1.38 Ed B. Cook. W. 10 ft t 27 1.60 .]« Thelma WUom J 30 3.50 .88 Brawlcj Addition to BlvtiievlUe J. L. Brown 23 I 1.00 .35 James Willis 15 3 j.oo .35 E. M. Bryan Addition to Blythrrllle HaskeU D. Graham 4 5 4.50 U3 Same. W.4 5 3 3.50 .88 Swift ig s i.OO .35 >uf| Addition to Bljlhevllle .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .35 .36 .25 .26 M .25 .25 JS .25 Uo Swift, W'i Mrs. I. M. Bentley . Joe Carney Same ............. N. W. Wright, N'.i of of S 2/3 of Lots 3 and 4 IS 8.00 5.60 4.50 5.SO S.iQ 1-36 1.31 1.13 14* .26 .36 .23 .25 1.70 8.88 3.11 4.83 6.35 1.04 3.1* 1.08 «.50 35.25 6.20 4.00 4.63 4.63 4.S3 5.88 6.88 ,4,00 •5.88 4.63 1.50 1.50 463 4«3 4.83 J8 4 S3 4M (U M 1.50 4.«3 4.00 4.81 7.11 3.11 4.61 l.SO 1.60 5.81 4.63 1.60 660 7.11 5.18 7.13 McClatchtnf Douglai . . Tnielov* Duncan 10 fitephenson 31 Third Addition to BlylherUle « 1.00 J» M 13 1.00 .35 .36 1.00 ,38 M John *nd Mluourl Punchea 1 G«>. »nd Lillian Thomaa 3 Noble JackMn ..,,. 44 John King ts Jos and Corrlna Funehea 78 Aullle Harrla 98 Same go. Fonrth Addition la BlythevlU* Same James Buford . Frances King . Eunice Hodge O. G. Flowers Albert T. Pleroa 3.50 350 ,50 .50 3.50 .50 '.50 3.50 BlytheHIU, 1.00 .25 1.00 .35 100 Larrj'i Fifth Addition to .-r 8 33 Mar>h Addition to Blylherille 1 3 5.50 Marbelle gabdlrlilon 13 4 M .13 .13 .13 .81 J esslft Smith 1.38 BljtheyiUe 4.00 1,00 3.50 .88 3.50 4.00 .88 1.00 i Marvin L, Merrltt ................ 1 Morrli Addition lo Bljthrvllle Anna Marvin Dildlnc ............ 16 B 1.00 .25 ReRinold S. Mcfntosh ............ 4 C 5.50 1.38 S. B. Patton W. 18 ft ............. 6 O l.SO ,38 Same, E. 28 ft .................... 7 C 4.60 1,13 Adeline Trotter Herschell Trotter, Jr F. B. Wah] P. J. O'Brien Subdivision — Hlylhrvllla .19 1.00 4.50 3.00 113 ,75 JS .25 .31 .38 .39 .25 J5 .25 .25 .25 .25 J5 J25 Rebecca Patterson Subdivision — Bljthevllle Wllllnm Long 12 1 3.50 .88 Second Keplal of J. P. Pride and Floyd Austin 4 A 3.50 .88 Vina Holesclaw ., 3 G 9.00 2.25 Daniel Robertson .•. 9 i 5.00 1.25 J. Alf Jones -. j 2 J 4.50 1.13 Mary Ella Springfield 2 Q l.oo .25, Mattie Jackson 11 H 1.00 .25 Bennte bverton, W. 50 ft. of E. 225 ft. 43 ' 4.50 1.13 A. M. Houston. N'i of E. 252 ft. of W' 477 ft 43 I.OO .25 Edwin Robinson Addition to Blythevllle Myra Ross '. n 6 3.50 Same ]g 6 3.50 Mary Swift Ransom :. 97 4.60 Roxle Glllls 3 9 4.00 Zilman L. White 2 13 4,50 Charlli-ind EInora .Howard 9 13 1.50 Same 10 13 1.50 .25 4.6* 62* T.T6 7,11 4.M 1.80 10M 4M 1.6* 40 4.83. 4.83 M M 4.n I.M I.M T.ll 1.3* 4.BX 4.63 6.25 1.50 7.13 3.13 5.88 • 1.50 5.M 4.00 4.83 Subdivision to BlythcTllIe Floyd Same R. L. Clumbers Second Addition to Moran .................... 4 1 1.00 5 i 2.50 1U .34 .25 .53 .63 .83 1.13 1.00 1.13 .33 .33 O. S. Ho]li-on Subdivision to BlythevUIe Unknown ....................... is s.50 1.63 L. C. Bollison .................... 23 Ku4dl« Hel|hta Addition O. E. Drake Virgil Foley Richurd Taught Same G«rvln Hatiey 12 4 i 2 1 Weit Enrl SubrilvUiun I. H. and Bessie Henderson ...... 32 F. B. Joyner .................. ... i J. B. Wett Gi(< Adilltltin oarrlMn .................. 4. 5.50 1.38 to Bl.vthevllle 450 1,13 4.59 113 5.50 133 2.50 .63 5.50 1.33 Blylhevllle 4.00 1.00 I.OO .35 Bh IliaviUc tiu 1.13 . . Wilson's First Addltbn to Blylhevllle Chicago .Mill A Lumber Company'* Second Addition to Ralph Nichols g I 5.50 1J* C. c. eidrldge 8 4 5.SO 1J8 .28 l.SO .25 331 Bl; tmerlll* • .35 7.13 Cecil - Connell .................... i Sam* same ...... Same Ployd Moron ........... •. Unknown Unknown W. C, Hart Same ....................... Wil-on'« Second Henry and 2 I 3 i 4 i 15 I 1 2 2 2 10 2 n 3 Addition lo .50 .50 .50 .so .50 3.00 .50 .SO .50 .13 .13 .13 .13 .13 .15 .13 .13 .13 .36 .11 .75 to BlrlherlUe 1.50 .31 1.50 .31 1.00 .26 •Ijthrrtlle .60 .13 .50 .13 .50 .U Addition to BlytheTlU* 10 .60 ,1J Chicago .Mill & Lumber Company'! Third Addition t* BIjlbtTillt John Landrum. N. 50 ft, 6 3 8.50 l.«l .26 P. R Frlese 4 S 1.00 .28 .JS Lettie Holden 8 5 .SO Same 9 s 3.00 Chlckisiwba Garden Addition B, J Allen 8 2 Same 9 1 Dorothy Crawford Cole 11 I Ed B. Cook Subdivision to Jessie Woods S A Oewey Smith 13 A Ed B. Cook 16 A J. C. Crlntr Uw crlner David Acrea — r W, Webster 1 3 William Strickland 8 4 Datrd Third Addition to V J. Canada. V, 3 2 Same, W. 21 It 4 2 Filrvlew Addlllon to <Vlltie Butler 3 I Sharp 1 3 Fultharn Addition to BlrlhtTUJ* • .••IK'S M. Grant U 3 1.00 ,3* Herbert and Allie Klllman 14 3 1.00 .24 Greenwood Artnlltnn to UrtbrrlU* Cetille Walker IS I 4.00 1.00 Hirhland Placi Addition to BlytnerUie Mn. Dolly Srovn 5 1 6.50 IM Charley Saliba 11*1 1.50 1.88 Kaiold A. Jont 11 3 «.50 l.u C. T. Judd 1 I 4..00 J.OO 7.11 1.50 M 160 M BlvthtTtU* 250 .81 2.50 .82 M 1.00 .36 M .35 .26 J* .It 831 I.JO M 400 3.11 2.11 1-50 .M .69 J.SO 400 M .25 .j» HallandaU Addition to HrthrrUJ» J. A. and Chirlynt Barber, N. IM tt. 12 Same. N. 100 (t ................... 11 HotllptUt ani Shonjo W. T. Ingram .................... |0 Tilda McClflh .................... 18 Carrie Boyd ..................... 6 Gtorte Tombs ................... U A 160 A 4, So to 1 J.SO 1 3.60 4 4,60 4 1.00 W. W. Hnlllpeler Second Addlllo* lo AcSam and Marj Douthlt ... ..... ..2* 1 1.00 (*• »M Adelln* AusUn ... ........ U > M» .M l.'S 313 111 111 4.63 5» 1.60 |.M 835 7.13 MS Ut 125 J.U IM flljlhrvllle Carrlt Jonu 15 3 4.00 I.OO It. L. Hly> Addition lo Lcicliville R. D. Bmllh 8 3 150 .33 Grace M. Jackson Addlllon to Leachvlllt Johnnta Davis 4 A 4.50 1.13 M«Uh?w> Third Addition to U.idiville Howard and Martha Selby 4 3.00 .73 Srallh Addition to Leachvllle Minnlt Luta Meadur 23 E i.OO .25 Same 24 E 330 .83 W. H. Gibson 3 G 3.00 .lo Same 4 G 400 1.00 C. U. Alhabranner Addlllon lo Manila Rose DoTnlnt 13 3 4.00 1.00 Henry Ashabranncr Addition to Minila M. C Falmer 7 B 5.50 133 J. >l. Carruthm Addition lo Manila Riven CurUrlghl s 1 450 1.13 Irregular lots In Town of Manila -S!C. Twp. Rgj. General D. Kobley, 1 Acre Lot In W«j NE^, aa per Deed Record-lOl, rage US 31 15 » 3 JO £1 Lot Block Orlibul Survey of Manila .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .55 .25 .25 .25 .25 .23 .23 .23 .23 .25 .25 .25. .25 ?.25 .25 .25 ,25 .25 Aaron Lee Shsdd 160 Same ;...161 S4JT1« 162 |S«m« ....163 R. L. Willlami 233 Sun« 334 Addition Catherine oenton 8 SIoan> fibdlriilo* of ,SEH NEK, t. Roy M. Iprlflfef 7 Eu«en« »lo»n 8B .b" VII ,»5 IM 188 1JD 1.10 I2A 17A 12A -12A 17 17 w 3 M 3.30 .50 .50 1.00 4.00 Manila 4.50 .13 .88 .13 .13 .25 1.00 1.13 .35 .25 .23 .25 .23 .23 iS 4.63 11.50 6.50 6.33 1.50 . 1.50 5.88 1.50 4.63 4.63 5.38 5.25 ' 5.88 3.13 2.13 8.38 7.13 5.88 5.88 7.13 3.33 7.13 5.25 1.50 6.88 .88 J53 .83 .83 400 .83 .83 5,25 6.98 400 I.JO 4.63 4.00 5.25 5.25 6.83 463 4.63 .8* 1.50 6.35 5S» I (f *tlltl«T4 and Garrlion Haekwood, «. 50 (t. of of Rj. l«-15-l, Hanik 1.00 M JS 1.50 1.00 .25 .25 l.SO Addition U Manll* 3.00 3.00 .15 .15 N. 1» ft. of E. 135 ft 1 P. E. Keiuom, >. M ft. ol E 135 ft. 1 fJllltt McCtraw, N. 80 tt. of S. 110 (t. Of W. 3TI (t. o( t. 600 It 1 1 450 1.13 M 6.g« Satd >«le *UI be t\ad to tulMy uid decree (or ta*e* tnS coat* due the Plaintiff on eich and every separate tract and parcel of lapd md on •ieh af\d every aeperate lot and block, aa U let out In >eid de^rx (or which aald property l» d.«llnauent t< iforeialK for the year <»tf. WITNCM my hand »nd the wai of Mid Court on this UK 14} day ol November, 1930, f. p. •AX.VZY MORRH. \\

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