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fj LEIH BANNER SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914 I
B AMERICAN FORK LOCALS
H Mr. J. J. Petors of I'rovo, wna In
H Anicrlcnn Fork Sunday.
H Ernest Winn Is homo for it few dnys
H. wllli his wife nml fiimlly.
H, S. T. Anderson was In Salt I. nkc
H' Vodnosdiiy on IiubIiicub.
j HiuiiIu'h Academy ClirlBtmaH (Frl-
Bj day) night for everybody. 24-lt
B Mrs. A I inn (Irwiiwnod left Tlmrmluy
HV for it few days' visit In I'rovo.
K Iloyil nml Carl Jackson uro spend-
HV Iiik tlm holidays In Hull Lake.
H Willis Smith of I'rovo, Ih home to
H spend a few diiyu with IiIb juirentH.
H Mi-h. I 'etc Mlllur returned Tuesday
H from n few day's visit In Suit Lake.
R Mr. W. V. I'roHton was In Soutliurn
H Utah tills week, after u car load of
H Mr. .tolm Jackson of I'rovo, was In
B AiiH'iloaii Fork Wednesday on bust-
H SmihIii'n Acnile.ii), I.ehl, kI'os (no
H j dunce next vtrrk, Wodnesdn),
HI Hoc. :il)li, nml .New Vear's iiIkIi).
K Axel ltlooni(ul8t spent Wednesday
R and Thursday In Salt I.ako on busl-
HI Miss Eunice Jncobcon spent Satur-
K day and Sunday In I'rovo, visiting
K with Mr. and Mrs. Rnlantlno.
H Elmiirlon Nlcholes of I'rovo Is homo
H for a week'u visit with his parents,
WM Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Nlcholes.
R Mrs. I.. H. Ilurrlngton spent Tues-
HS day In I'rovo, guest of her sister, Mrs
BS .1. T. l'arrer.
BS The Misses Inn Duncan and Flor-
Bff encu Edmonds left Thursday for n
Bff few daya" visit In Salt I.ako.
B Christinas (Friday) night Catch
Ml tho nlno o'clock Intcrurban car to
KB Smulu's Academy, l.elil. 24-lt
IB George Ilnlllihiy of Idaho, is here
Rj to Hpend n few days with his mother,
J' Mrs. Ella Ilalllday.
M Mr. n. I.. Clownrd left Saturday to
BK attend tho Mctropolltln Convention
BK and banquet, hold In tho Hotel Utah.
i Miss Volmii Duncan of Draper, and
KB Frank Squires of Salt Lake, arc here
flV visiting at the homo of W. E. Dun
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Edmonds are
Bfl spoudlng the week, In Salt Lake with
jHfl Mrs. Edmond's sister, Mrs. W. 0.
BB Mr. Josh llnslem Jr., and wife of
BB Salt Lake, are here to spend the holt-
BH days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
BO Josh Haslcm, Sr.
BH Mrs. Clara StnpMon and daughters,
MpJ Doris and Kuthcrlue, left Thursday
iBJI noon to spend Christmas with her sis.
4jj tor, Mrs. Paul, A. Ackerman.
MM Jay Oreenwood, who has been In
MH Idaho for tho pact six months, Is home
uB to spend thn holidays with his par-
BBj cuts, Mr. and Mrs. llonj. Greenwood.
BMJ The iiiIhhcs Hattlc Walker of I'rovo,
BJi and Florence. Walker of Hlverton, are
ISSuA home for a week's visit with their
HB parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wnl-
JRIB W. R. Greenwood and family of
ymm Illngham, and James and Harvey
gjBjj Greenwood of Idaho, are home to
HJ spend Christmas with their parents,
HB Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Oreenwood.
HB Mr. and Mrs. John McTaguo, Bishop
BH J. II. and W. s. Storrs wero In Sprtng-
HB vlllo Wednesday, to attend tho funeral
HB of Mrs. Joseph Allen, a sister of Mrs.
HHJ John McTague and Mrs. Geo. Storrs.
HK surprise on msiioi' smith
HHj Wednesday evening u surprise and
HH social was given W. 1). Smith in the
HH Taberunclo amusement room, the oc-
Hj' easlon being the Rlshop's 70th birth-
HH day. Music, Reading, dancing, etc ,
HJ was Indulged In and a nice lunch was
HH Many of the Hishop's friends from
H outside also attended. Probably no
HHj other man In American Fork has glv-
HHb on more of his time to public service,
HHJ and hut few of our citizens enjoy more
HHJ of the good wishes of tho people
HHj run: nnsntovs clothing
HHJ A Urn ut tho homo of Mr RuIm-h
HHJ Le Monday, .destroyed i'M worth .,
HH under olothon and other wearing up
HH parol. Mm. Loft had been doing tin
HHt family Ironing and had placed it on
HH tho olothutf rack around the parlor
HH, stove to dry. Tho children In tluli
HHJ piny puuhotl the rack too close to tin
BH hot stovo, and in a few minutes then-
HH was u hhulng Are. Mrs I.ee seized
HH. mi armful vf tho burning iippnrol and
HH her diiuijhti'i- the balance and rushed
HJi tt out r the room After a few buck
Iri cts of cold water nil was over
Wlllnrd Shipley Join II) run Crooks.
ton,'1Vln A km Openili'S FIvj Clmlrs
In the Mxtlel Imp.
Wlllnrd Sh'rley sold out liU n.Ucr
shoii lo Ilyroii C'rookston nnd will
hereafter w.- rtmc his old customers
In tho Model barber shop In the base
ment under -V Hank of American
Fork, llyrcn Crookston Is manager
of tho Model shop and has four others
besides hlnw.f employed so thnt cus
tomers will n w Imvo 1j.iI lit- ) tlm
to wait for "next" Tho tltv men arc
Myron Crool:i:i. Wlll.ir.l Sliljiley, Al
len Shelley, J I' Ilrowi, and Jack
Tho Model lb tiue to its namo with
five sanitary chain and f.ve big pinto
glass mirrors, three electric massage
machines, . iiilnii.wi lor i-hampofit
two private bath tu;s and an nluin
dance of oot v.v.fr all Hie time, "the
light 1b ;derl and the supply of papers
and mag.i.lii 'J makes the Al'.ile' a
cheerful pl.tc '.
Sl'MJAY SCHOOL IMIOUKAM
Christinas program for the First
Ward Sunday School, December 27th.
l'lano Selection Mao Garff.
Dickens' Christmas Carol Mrs, 13.
Chrlstmns Carol-Mary Mnrtln.
Talk on I.lfe of Christ Dr. I'. M.
Vocal Solo Edith Huckwalter.
"The Other Wise Man" James Mnr
tln. Instrumental Duet Milton Drown
and Hazel Adylotto.
NEWSY NOTES FROM o
A baby whb born at the homo of
Mr. nnd Mrs. John Whitby Saturday
morning, nnd died an hour after It
Mrs. Frank Healey presented her
husband with n iluo baby girl Sun
day. Messrs Hasmusscn and Mouson
were homo missionaries Sunday.
Messrs James C. Henley and Ed
ward Hurgcss wero homo mlsslonar.
les at Pleasant Grove First ward last
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Gntsford nnd
little daughter, Huelah, aro visiting
with Mrs. Galsford's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Healey.
Lnst week the Hozaar waa well pat
ronized and It cleared $250.00. This
sum is to he paid on tho Alpine Stake
Ain't It l'liic Today.
Sure thin world. Is full of trouble,
I ain't said It ain't,
Lord! Vvo, had enough an' doublo,
Reason for complaint.
Rain an' storm have como to fret me
Skies were often gray;
Thorns and brambles have beset me
On tho road but suy,
Ain't It fine todny?
What's the use of always weepln',
Maklu' troublo last?
Whnt's tho, use of always koepln'
Thlnkln' of tho past?
Each must hnvo Its tribulation,
Water with its wine,
I.lfe, It ain't no celebration,
Trouble I've had mlne
llut todny Is flue.
It's today that I'm livln,'
Not a month ago,
Havln,' losln,' tokln,' glvlu,'
As time wills It eo.
Yesterday a cloud of sorrow
Fell across tho way;
It may rain again tomorrow,
It may rain but say
Ain't It fine today?
" . .
For Holidays Via Suit I.nke Route.
Excursion tickets on snle at nil
stations. Snlt I.ako Route, December
lSih to 25th Inclusive, December 31st
and January 1st Good returning un
til January 4. 1015 m-st
o AMERICAN FORK o
o HIGH SCHOOL NOTES o
Lnst Monday night nt tho City Hall
Auditorium, tho LItornry club held Its
regulnr meeting. A Christmas pro
gram was rendered. Miss Dona Shaf
fer reviewed Lowell's "Tho Vision of
Sir I.aunfnl;" Inn Duncan reviewed
Dickens' "Christmas Carol;" the Soph
omoro riunrtetto Bang "Lead Klndh
Light," by Cardinal Nowiuan; the sec
ond year German clnsa Bang "Helllge
Last Friday morning tho faculty
gave tho regular program. It consist.
)d of two very difficult chorsus by tho
faculty mtilo chorus, under tho direc
tion of Prof Morgan. Miss Mathlseu
and Miss Jacobsou snng a Danish duet
which was translated nnd sang In En.
gltsh by Mr. Holmstcnd, whose ren
dition was of very high standard. Mr
Hales read n paper which was n
"Comedy of Errors."? MIbb Jncobson
rend LongfellowB "Courtship of Miles
Stnndlsh," In Danish dialect.
There was played at the High
School gymnnslum last week, one of
tho fastest basket ball games of the
season. Tho East Sldo High School
of Salt Lake sent Its regular basket
ball teom against tho American Fork
High School team, with tho result that
tho Salt Lake team was defeated by
tho local team by tho scoro of 20 to
Tuesday afternoon the Girls' club
of tho High School gave a matinee
dancing pnrty in tho gym. Tho pur
pose of tho mntlnco wns to raise
funds to equip a rest room for the
In chapel Tuesday morning tho
Girls' club rendered tho program
which consisted of solos, vocal and
.Monday Was the Shortest Pay
Monday was the shortest day of the
year, tho sun rising at 7: GO n. m. and
setting nt 5:03 p. m. Slnco Septem
ber 21st, when days and nights were
equal, days have gradually shortened.
Tho days will contlnuo to lengthen,
but will not become oven until March
During the latter part of last cen
tury the shortest day camo on Decem
ber 22ud, but ns tho result of a pro
cosslon of equinoxes tho shortest day
now falls on December 21st. during
tho latter part of next century tho
shortest day again will fall on De
A GREAT DEAL Is said and writ
ton about the, desirability of living In
grent cities, but as n matter of fact
thcro aro no such things s.mply be
cause men will not llvo In thorn.
Even a great city Is a union of com
munities like this. London, the
largest city In the world, grow out
of a collection of villages that still
retain much of their old Identities.
Investigate Chicago or New York or
any other grent city and you will find
that, while men will huddle within
a small area for purposes of business,
thevy Insist on getting out Into tho
suburbs or Into Independent reslde
Indentlal sections for the purpose of
living. Now, living Is the most Im
portant business that a man has to
do, Ho picks out a place for It with
the same care that he picks out n
location for a factory, a storci or un
office nnd whenever It Is possible for
him to pick out tho place that ho
likes the best, he picks out a small
town, unless ho Is one of those foollch
persons who think that Joy Is to bo
found In a cabaret nnd pleasure In a
crowd. If tho normal man cannot
take up his rcaldeucc In a small com
munity, that Is his dream of the fu
ture. Certainly thoso of us who lines
aro enst In smaller towns therefore,
ought to congratulate ottrBclvcs
Wo have here one of tho beat towns
In the world, nt leaot In ths making.
We don't have to move to a metro
polls to bo happy, If our tastes and
our desires are normal We can
mnko ourselves happy and the wholo
town happy by trying to make this
not a big town eo much ns n good
We l'rlnt Hutter nipper. tf
I Basement-Bank of American Fork
Modern Sanitary Efficient
5 CHAIRS NO WAITING
TWO S.VMTVIti It IIIMMIS 1
"""' l!L"k Miami .mil all ..He i ..i,w , , ., ol ,, mcjl,, , ( g
d.m- I..mI,..- li.,,, k..im for .i l-ir i l,il.lmiH lH ., MlJv N(w I
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American Foil. BUSINESS DIRECTORY"
A Directory of Reliable Firms who Are
Worthy of Your Patronage.
Edward B. Jones
3I1MNG AM) CIYIL U.NMIXKUIl
U. S. Deputy Mineral Snrrejor
Lnnd nnd Mlnornl Survoyins
for Lawsuits a Specialty All
l'lioiic 21ll.2r. I'CUi. Dtafi
MARTIN M. LARSON
IIOMSKOOK I1I.0CK, 1'JtOVO, UTAH
CLARENCE M. BECK
Practices in any court
Chlpinun Hunk lliillillng, Room 1
AMERICA FORK. UTAH.
AM. FORK BAKERY
Fresh llread and l'ustry
Phono -M-R American Fork
Wo may not te the nearest DRUG
GIST to you, but we will try to
come tho nearest to pleasing you.
F. M. 1IR0W N, l'harniiiclst
American Fork, Utah
Warning to Givers of Charity
President It. It Irvine Jr., of the
Utuh County Red Cross Society hns
geed reason to bellevo that dishonest
transients aro taking udvuutagc of the
sympathetic, generous spirit which
prompts tho people to give to tho Red
Cross fund for tho relief of the Europ
ean war victims.
Nothing should bo paid to solicitors
for this purpose or any other, for that
mutter, unlesa they are known or can
show proper credentials from some
recognized aid society. The solicitors
from the Utnh County Red Cross
Society as residents ot the towns and
district where thoy work, nnd In addi
tion hnvo credentials (cards) signed
by tho vlco chairman of tho society
for the district, who is tho mnyor of
tho city or president of the town
board. And tho contributions receiv
ed by them will bo used for the pur
pose Intended by tho giver nnd ac
counted for. Solicitors who are not
known and whoso credentials nro
questionable, should, If they appear,
bo reported to tho city or town author
ities that proper Investigation of their
claims and methods bo made.
NOTHING EXCEPT THE MINT
can muko money without udver
tlslng. Hut Injudicious advertis
ing Is a sinful waste ot money.
This paper Is n good puller and
result getter. Give It a trial and
bo convinced. tf
Take Salts To
Eat less mcnl If you feel Hnaknehy or
linvc Hladdcr trouble.
Ment forms uric ncid which excites
and overworks tho kidneys In their
efforts to filter it from tho system.
Rogular eaters of meat muat flush
tho kidneys occasionally. You must
rellovo them like you relieve your
bowels; removing all tho acids, waste
and poison, elso you feel a dull
mlsory In tho kidney region, sltnrp
pains In the back or sick headache,
dizziness, your stomach sours, tongue
Is coated and when the wcaUicr Is
bad you have rheumatic twinges.
Tho urine Is cloudy, full of sediment;
the chnnnolB often get Irritated, ob
J King you to get up two or three
times during tho night
To neutralize those Irritating nclds
get about four ounces of Jnd Salts
from any pharmacy; toke a table
spoonful In a glnui of water before
breakfast for a few days and your
SsonrdyersWlUlt.hen act ne na btaSSS
dlborders disappear This famous
sal s Ir made from the ncid of grapes
and lemon Juice, combined with lltliln
and hns been used for generates to
and" ,n "rJl10 Bl,,Kf!,8h "oys
Salts Is li expensive; harmless and
makes a de Igbtful effervescent llthla
wa er drink which millions of wu
and women take now nnd then 1 us
avoiding .erious kldm-y andCl'dor
Sbl r. . .!"'""Ml' !"" Inafter
uiKiiuod, for tin- purpono of ,..,.
h ructlng ulld puytuf,,,.1,,,,. c,
Hon of u foment std.-,,k uk.nV V."
ru, hm.HH.fter nf,.m,l T"S l',
ici.r .in asscs3rant on tho propyl -
J. TRAOEY WOOTTON
Attorney nt Lnw.
Associated with Gustln, Gollotto &
Urnyton, 1301-7 Walkor Dank Bldg.,
Salt Lake City.
Office Ohipman Bank Bldg.
AMERICAN FORK, - UTAH
Santa Clans Depot
Xmns All the Year.
Don't buy Pianos till yoi) boo
ours High Grade JC00.00
Piatio for $200.00, $800.00
Plnycr Plnno for $200.00.
THE LOGIE HOUSE
A Family Hotel
Merchant Street American Fork
Next door to Dank of Am. Fork.
J. h. Duukley, Prop.
Luxury Shop Confections, Fruits,'
Hot and Cold Drinks, Ico Cream,
Hot Pies, Tamales, Chill, Fresh
Dread and Cakes.
Quality and Cleanliness la Joe's aim.
Agency for Edison Mazd.i Lamps.
"."m"" - n un .i ii ii i
ty hereinafter described for the pay
ment of the same.
De it Ordained by tho City Council
of American Fork City, Utah:
Section I. That tho assessment list
made by the City Treasurer, as cor
rected, approved and completed by tho
members of tho City Council of Am
orlcan Fork City, Utah, sitting us a
Hourd of Equalization nnd Review, for
the purposo of constructing and pay
ing Tor the. construction of a cement
side-walk along the streets herelnnf.
tor referred to, be, and. the same Is
hereby confirmed, and tho assessment
mndo nnd returned In said completed
lists aro horoby confirmed In every
particular. The said property bene
tlted by said Improvement being bb
Tho North side of First North
Street, Block 23, Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4.
West sldo of First East Street,
Dlock 25, Lots 1 and 8; Dlock 32, Lot
East side of First East Street,
, Dlock 20, Lots 2, 3. 4 and 5; Dlock 31,
I Lots 4 and 5.
East sldo of Center Street, Blocks
40 and C3; West sldo Dlock 47, Lots
1 and 8.
South sldo of FlrBt North Street,
Illock 19. Lots 10 nnd 19; Block 20,
Lots 4, G, G and 7.
East sldo of First West Street,
Block 24, Lots 7 nnd 8; Block 33, Lots
I and 5; West side. Block 23, Lots 1,
I nnd C; Block 34. Lots 1 nnd 8.
East sldo of Second West Street,
Block 23, Lot 4 ; Block 34, Lots 4 and
North sldo of Third North Street,
Block 38, LotB 1, 2, 3 and 4; Block 37,
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4.
East side of Third West Street,
Block 21, Lots 2, 3, 4, G and 12; Block
22, Lota 2 nnd 3, West sldo from Main
Street to First North Street, lota not
numbered on map.
East side of Third West Street,
Block 8, Lots 3 nnd 4; Block 7, Lots
1 and 2; West sldo from Main Street
to Second South Street, lots not num
bered on map.
East sldo of Second West Street,
Block 0; 22 rods of Lot 2.
North sldo of First South Street,
Block 9, Lots 2 and 3.
North side of Main Street, Block 10,
Lots 1 nnd 2; Block 1G, Lot 1; from
Fourth Enst Street to Sixth East
Streot; lots not numbered on map.
North sldo of First South Street,
Block 13, Lots 1, 2 and 3; Block 14,
Lots 1, 2 and 3; from Fourth EaBt
Streot to Center of Block between
Fifth and Sixth East Streets.
North sldo of First South Street,
Block 12, Lota 1, 2, 3 and 4,
East sldo of First East Street. Block
3, Lots 2. 3 nnd 4 ; West side Block 4,
Lots 1, 9 nnd 8.
East side of Second Enst Street, Block
13, Lot 3; Block 2, Lots 2, 3, 4, 5 and
C; from Second South Street to 40
rods Southwest sldo Block 3, Lota 1,
8 nnd 7.
East sldo of Fourth EaBt Street,
from Mnln Street to First South, block
uud lota not numbered on map,
Wost sldo of Third East Street,
Block 13, Lot 1.
All tho aforesaid being In Pint "A"
of Snld City.
Scotlon II. This ordlnnnco shall
tako effort upon Its first publication.
Passed by tho City Council of Am
erican Fork City, Utah, December 23,
EARL GREENWOOD, Mnyor.
JOS. II. FORRES, City Recorder.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
To Whom Ii May Concern
Nm lei- in hi-n-by glvwn that a special
lax for tin- purpose of tlm construe
Hon and paying for tho construction
of a ienic-nt nlde-walk along the
streets b.'ifinaftpr referred to, has
ln'n li-vlml and continued by ordln
smeou or in., city Council of Amorl
ran loik t'tiy, 1'ijiii, passed on the 3rd
U.. ..t 1 1. r-vmbei 1'ir.I. and ulso a sup
DUnuuini ordlnunoe passed b
J. W. OVARD i
Hot Plog and Cnn
Upper Main St fif? :
Home Insurance AcZT"
fly. A. llronn,
llie Homo of Sum i.
.Utah County Agent.
Phone 200 108 Wc,t ?.,
1'mo, utih! Un,cr St p
Axel' Dloomqulst E. R t m
i. Dloomquiit s
The Quality l-nlut Store of
. HLOOMQUIST UHOTlIfiBS "'
Puluts of AH Kinds, Oils on.) v. . .
Wall Paper, Glass. S,! " ""
and Picture Frames P1
TELEPHONE L'MV r
Wo Put In Window l'anei J
American Fork Livery and of
Transfer Stable 0c"
FINE HORSES-COMFORTAniP Tl'
VEHICLE3-A DEAUT,FfLE Jal
HEARSE LL t
Commodious Hack Meets aII TmIi, Ian
L. W. NIELSEN. Prop. of .
flKANT ELECTRIC COMPANY ?"'
Let Us Do It If It's , "
PHONE 65-W JjJ),
said City Council on the 1st day of f,"0'
December 1914, nnd confirmed by an
ordlnanco passed on the 23rd day of llurl
December, 1914, respectively. hies
Said special tax 'is levied upon the Fi
following described real property la Tni..
American Fork City, Utah, along '.Z,
which said cement sidewalk Is con- '
structed, to-wlt: Mrs.
The North sldo of First North Soc1,
Street, Block 23, Lots 1, 2, 3 and 1. Wall
West side of First East Street, Olnli
Block 2G, Lota 1 nnd 8; Block 32, Lot ..r K
East sldo of First EaBt Street, nml
Block 2G, Lots 2, 3, 4 and 6.; Block 31, tion.'
Lota 4 and G. slilp
East aide or Center Street, Blocits i,1B. ,
40 and D3; West sldo Block 47, Lots , ,,
1 and 8. ,lul,c
South sldo of First North Street, Jn
Block 19, Lota 10 nnd 19; Block W, hop
Lota 4, G, C and 7.
East sldo of First West Street,
Block 24, Lota 7 and 8; Block 33, Lots Dlooi
4 and G; West side, Block 23, Lots 1, llCd
4 and G; Block 34, Lots 1 and 8.
East side of Second West Street,
Block 23, Lot 4; Block 34, Lots 4 and
North aldo of Third North Street, Mcr
Block 38, Lota 1, 2, 3 and 4; Block 3?, Mend
.ot8 1, 2, 3 and 4. 0nlll
East sldo or Third West Street, , 'u
Block 21, Lota 2, 3, 4, G and 12; Block lr'ct,
22, Lots 2 and 3, West side from Main mlnin,
Street to First North Street, lots not Utah-:
numbered on map. k m.
East sldo of Third West Street, ", m'
Block 8, Lots 3 and 4; Block 7, Lots nB
1 nnd 2; West aldo rrom Mala Street Th6
to Second South Street, lots not num- promb
bered on mnp. 011
East side or Second West Street, ""'
Block C, 22 rods or Lot 2 Irm
North sldo or First South Street, of ovt
Block 9, Lota 2 and 3. and co
North aldo of Mnln Street, Block 16, C .
Lota 1 nnd 2; Block 1G, Lot 1; from '"
Fourth East Street to Sixth Eait "c''cr
Streot; lots not numbered on map. Thoj
North side of First South Street. a iot
Block 13, Lota 1, 2 nnd 3; niockH. ,easnl),
Lota 1, 2 nnd 3; from Fourth Et
Street to Center of Block between
Fifth and Sixth Enst Streets. q.
North sldo of First South Street, Cggjj
Block 12, Lota 1, 2, 3 and 4.
East sldo of First East Street, Bloc
3, t.cta 2. 3 and 4; West side Blocks
I ota 1, 9 and 8. , tJ,v
East aldo of Second East Street, Blow g
13. Lot 3; Block 2. Lots 2, 3. 4, J ani '
6: from Second South Street a" ! '
rods Southwest Bldo Block 3, Loti 1, Sphnlsl
8 nnd 7. ,.. ll0t I
East aide of Fourth Bast Street.
from Main Street to First South, bioc
and lota not numbered on map. ...
West sldo of Third East Street, Ulkor
Block 13, Lot 1. , ... ... ,a,lt
All the nforoBald being In Plat At P)
of Said City. , ,-. Spanish
And said special tax is due and par . '
able in Installments, nnd Is and " ''nnn
becomo delinquent ns followr.sa" 3Pai8)l
first Installment on tho 20th W !(( 10
Jnn., 1914, said second l"?tflIIe,Mrd Te 1
tho 2Cth day or Jan., 1915. said w
installment on tho 26th day of 1 '''"
1910, snld fourth Installment or. s ,
2Gth dny of Jnn.. 1917. said M kiii8
atnllmont on tho 2Cth day or ? j,og
1918, anld sixth Installment on '
20th dny or Jan., 1919. said weBU
lnHtall.ne.it on the 20th day of J. n ,i
1920, said eighth Installment W i
20h dny of Jan., 1921, W I nln
Btallmcnt on tho 20th doy of J UMn
1922, and Bnld tenth I.iBtnUme on lof
20th' dny of Jan., 1923 I
said InstnllmentB shall remain , WP Tho g
nfter tho .Into or delliKiuo icy (h i,8 mun
est thereon thereof ter wll e ,hc
rnto of 10 per cent per n nuro ' r ami
tho duto of Uullnquoiicy uiit l P1 fflc 1 ''
apeclul taxiis aro payable at rw t -He i
nt the City Hull In 4iih-ici,a-d .
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Dated ut American Vo-M'f 1 ,0,
thin 24th day of Her. I'-'l' (Sll y '
MARY E. ABEL. r - '1 r aurrr '
Colleotor of Special W 2.!t "IMl s
Tho Clllxi-n nnl our J-Sill.' i V '
list? Messrs IluBliiw Mll":i,r" jjlt , ," '
nl Man and Every I)u t'l"u' I . ' '