SECTION 8.18  FAILURE OR REFUSAL TO PAY PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX.
   If any person, firm, or corporation shall neglect or refuse to pay any personal property tax assessed to him or them, the treasurer shall collect the same by seizing the personal properties of such person, firm or corporation, to an amount sufficient to pay such tax, fees and charges for subsequent sale, wherever the same may be found in the state, and from which seizure no property shall be exempt.  He may sell the property seized to an amount sufficient to pay the taxes and all charges in accordance with statutory provisions.  The treasurer may, if otherwise unable to collect a tax on personal property, sue the person, firm, or corporation to whom it is assessed in accordance with the statute.