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Cleo seemed to have a great deal to show Anne. A dress. Then a jewel case. After that there must be a brief call on Cleo’s mother. There was still something else, a rare vase of the Ming dynasty. "Dad will want to show it to you, so you might as well be fore warned. He’s crazy about it, but I think it’s awful,’’ said Cleo frankly. "Now, darling, I’ll take you home. Wait here for me just a minute. . . I forget to put those sapphires away.” She whisked out of sight and passed to a house telephone. "Is Kennedy there? . . . Bring the car around now Kennedy. And go to the Chinse room and tell Mrs. Duane that I’ve been detained and will be down in ten minutes.” Out in front of the garage build ing, which in itself was a smaller stone castle, Kennedy scowled and sauntered back to his car. "Wonder why she didn’t give her message to one of the flunkeys? Too damn lazy to ring twice, maybe . . . Oh, well, it’s O.K. by me.” "Miss Pendleton wishes me to say that she will join Mrs. Duane in ten minutes.” Anne whirled about to see Ken nedy. "So we meet again! You’re look ink like a million, Nancy, I sup pose you were the last time, but I didn’t get much of a look before I passed out. Nice little party, wasn’t It? "It was ghastly! Jim, how. can you talk like that?” "I could talk a lot, if I got started.” "You could talk yourself into prison!” she flashed angrily. There’s a penalty for blackmail.” "It would never get that far, baby.” He twisted a scornful under lip. "It would take too much ex plaining. There’s that pleasant lit tle scene at the beach bungalow, and a sweet mix-up afterward—Oh yes, I’ve figured that out. And a nice ride for Jimmy—only it’s just too bad that I came back.” "Hush!” She looked around nervously. "Your own part was nothing to be proud of. What are you doing here? In Granleigh?” "Any reason why I shouldn’t be here?” He grinned at her mock ingly. "You’ve done pretty well for yourself, after all. Picked a rich man and landed soft. Does he hap-' pen to know—” "Please, Jim! "No, he doesn’t know! How could I tell him? I left all of the old life behind me, on that night last May. I never meant to come East, either, but I had to risk it— or lose everything. . Her voice broke. Kennedy looked at her curiously. "You’re a rmeer kirl TSLar»rv What did you do it for? . . Oh, you know what I mean. I knew there was something phoney about that accident. I went to a library and hunted up the papers—afterward. I believed you’d taken the jump, until I came here and saw you through a window one night.” "Why did you come?” she cried. ’'If it’s money you want, there’s little enough that I can do. Mji husband isn’t rich at all. Can’t you have a little mercy and go away?” "You let me alone Nancy, and I won’t bother you. Get that?” Kennedy gave her a brief, tight smile. And if you should get any notions about horning in on the game, don’t overlook the fact that I hold some high cards.’’ "But Jim—” He bowed stiffly from the door, and strolled jauntily out his cat Anne stood for a moment staring blankly at the empty doorway. Back of her a curtain moved, and a pair of childlike blue eyes peeped out before if dropped again. A moment lafer she heard Cleo’s voice calling her from the hall. "I tried to see Gage this morning, but he’s just hopped a plane for Washington.” "Oh ... I didn’t know he lived here.” "He doesn’t, although he will some day, within a dozen miles. He’s living at the Ritz now, just back from Europe. Probably buy ing up the insides of a few old manor houses to put in his new place, and another rope of pearls for his wife.” "He’s married, then?” "Yes. Married a Follies girT!^ Barry’s tone was slightly disparag ing. "I’m not looking forward to that interview. I nearly told him to go to blazes the last time. But I’m going to keep at him. I ought to take you with me and see if you can hypnotize the old pachyderm.’’ Anne said "Oh!” in a rather small voice. "Then it’s this Mr. Gage that you’re trying to interest in the Junipero?” "That’s the idea.” "But Barry’—she was desperately in earnest—"Why do you have to deal with him at all? There must be plenty of other men. Why, the only reason that he owns the Duane Mills is because the first plan fail ed; He’d be prejudiced from the start ” e "You can bet he’s prejudiced,” said Barry grimly, "and that is just the reason I’ve got to win him over. Gage is more than just money in this scheme. He’s the man who owns the other side of the spur that I must tunnel through. It’s part of what he took over in payment of my uncle’s debts. I don’t know why.” He was silent for a moment. "He has held out now for four years. Says it’s damn nonsense. So you see pretty soon, I’d better give up my large scheme.’’ She laughed shakily. "Oh, well, there’s time yet. Hurry into your flannels, and we’ll be off.” "Right! I’ll be ready in ten minutes.” Anne huddled down in a chair, her hands clinched into tight little fists. John Gage again. Everywhere she turned. She must either face him or run away. "He’s building here!” she thought. "That’s why Jim is here! I must see him again—somehow.’’ She jumped up from her chair, listened to the sounds from the next room, and went lightly over to her desk. . . . Hler pen raced. When Barry came back, a few moments later, the envelope addressed to Jim Kennedy was safely hidden in her bag. "I suppose this is very silly.” Cleo raised appealing eyes toward the large impressive man. “I wouldn’t want anything to come of it to hurt the man’s reputation, but he came to us without any refer ences. I just wanted to be sure that he didn’t have a criminal record. I was sure you could find that out for me without any publicity.” "If he has one, we’ll find it. What name does he give?” "James Kennedy. And I have a snapshot of him. I took it when he The man at the desk looked at the small picture with interest. "Yes, that’s Jim Kennedy,” he said briefly. "Oh! You do know him?” "I’ve seen him. He may be giong straight enough, but he’s no chauf- ' feur. He’s a gambler. He had a gambling house and speakeasy up , in the Forties at one time, and it was raided once too often. Drop ped out of sight for a while, but he was mixed up in some shooting business last spring and had a close call. "No, he isn’t a gunman. Not his type. Oh, Willard!” This to the i young man who had entered. "Find out when the Kennedy shooting j happened. And anything else we may have.” In less than fi|ve minutes the young man called Willard was j back. "All right, Willard. M’m. Ken nedy was shot on the night of May second, last. He was found lying . beside a road in the outskirts of . Ventura^ California. Police inclined j to credit it to a bootleggers’ war. He pulled through but refused to i name his assailant. Dsicharged from hncnitnl in rb rpp *o/pp1cc That’s all. ; "There’s no actual police record, outside of the raid on the Forty Ninth Street house. H’d advise you to let me send an operative down to watch him.” "I don’t think I want to go as far as that.’’ A brief movement of his head said that it was her business. He arose and opened the door for her. "Please send the bill direct to me, in a plain envelope. I shouldn’t want anyone to know that I’ve been inquiring. Thank you.” The man went back to his desk with a dry grin on his face. "So that’s old Ambrose’s daugh ter. I’ll bet she’s a handful.” «■ * «■ Cleo was already on her way to the public library. "It probably wouldn’t be in the New York papers,” she reflected "but I’ll look here first. "M’m, May second—say the third.” A sheet crackled as she bent sud denly forward. On the page in front of her was a picture of Anne Duane. "I knew it! I was sure I had seen her somewhere! 'Nancy Cur tis, as she appeared in Gypsy Love.’ ” Her eyes flickered on the news account. "John Gage! Now I wonder . . . She frowned and went back to reading. "She wasn’t drowned at all. She just disappeared. . . . And her car went over the cliff the same night that Kennedy was shot and she’s afraid of him. Those two stories ought to connect somewhere. . . . Maybe’ I’d better get the California papers.” Anne Duane had taken the man Cleo had meant to marry, and there were no rules in the fight to get him back. Cleo pinched her lip and took a brief census of Granleigh. Gwenda adored Anne . . . nothing doing there. The Atwoods had taken her up, and so had the Westbrookes and Chisolms. But Fan Whitte more, six years older than her hus band and looking it, hated every pretty girl that Ted looked at, and Ted never missed a chance to talk to Anne. Eddie Carver babbled everything she heard. There were plenty of others to catch a bright ball of rumor and toss it along. Late that afternoon Cleq parked t i i i • r r 1 tne uiu/t* ruau>ici m liuin ui me Farfax house. Gwenda was serving tea in the garden. Ann was lovely in a yel low frock. Ted Whittemore was dawdling near her chair. His wife sat a few feet apart, discontented, as usual. Barry was talking to Gwenda, some distance away. Anne looked up quickly. Cleo waved carelessly to Gwenda and Barry an’ dropped into a chair near Anne. "Hello, everybody. That’s an awfully clever frock, Nancy. Do yrou know you’re the image of some body I saw in a play once? I knew as soon as I saw you that you re minded me of someone and it’s just :ome to me as I caught sight of you in that yellow dress. The star or leading lady was sick, and they rushed this girl in. You could double for her, Nancy.” She saw Anne’s finger tips whiten against the arm of her chair. They ilowly relaxed again. "I suppose lots of people have doubles some where.” Fan’s long eyes drifted from one :o the' other, faintly satirical 'You’re not very lucid, Cleo. If the girl made such an impression on mu I should think you’d have re nembered more about her.” "Darling, I’m not a card index. I ;uppose the star got well or some :hing. Maybe she got the Holly wood fever.” _ ^..11_1 T?_ 1__ U11V kHllVVU LU X 0,11) out 11VJL VJ vere on Anne. Anne swung her hat dly by the brim and smiled slight y Anne strolled away with Swenda, wondering whether she tad really talked or just babbled nsanely. Fan looked at Cleo. "We seem to have been tactless. Do you supopse there’s anything in t?” "No, of course not.” Cleo Shrug ged back. Fan looked disappointed. "But he’s awfully secretive about her elf, anyway. Who were her peo >le?” "I don’t know. She’s never men ioncd them to me.” "Really—” The inflection spoke volumes. "I thought you were so ntimate.” Feels a Lot Better When Black-Draught Relieves Constipation Prom many states come reports like the following from Mr. W. M. Henderson, of Jasper, Fla: “I have been taking Thedford’s 'Black Draught twenty years. I take It for constipation that gives me a dull, tired, aching feeling, and I have headache, too. Black-Draught relieves me of this trouble, After a few doses, I feel as good as new. I keep it in my home. I have a big family. When one of us Is ail ing (from constipation), we take Black-Draught and almost always feel a lot better. It has been worth Its weight In gold to my family.” ... Sold In 25* packages. “Children like the Syrup.” "Oh we are, but Nancy never talks about herself or her family, or any of her old friends. Maybe she was unhappy, and hates to talk about it.” Fan’s lip curled. "She must have been, to have run off to some wild desert ranch. . . The little hints that Cleo dropped spread like widening ripples in a quiet pool. Two days later a tiny wave splashed at Mrs. Schuyler Duane’s feet, in the form of care less voices on the other side of the garden hedge. "This is the Duane place, isn’t it? That girl Barry Duane married is a peach. Who was she?” "Oh don’t ask me!” The high tit ter belonged to Eddie Carver. "Somebody said she was a FTolly wood extra, but nobody seems to know.” Mrs. Duane stood there, rigid with indignation. Mrs. Duane heard the' car drive in, and Anne’s voice saying that she had a horrible headache and was going up to her room. | That was Mrs. Dfuane’s oppor tunity, but another car came. It was Cleo. "I hope I’m not disturbing you, but I wanted to bring this book around. It’s a lovely night for driving. It’s Kennedy’s night off, but I brought the roadster. . . . Couldn’t we have the lights out and sit here by the windows?’’ CONTINUED NEXT WEEK ' —Buy in Salisburv— RADIATOR REPAIRING Let us inspect your radiator for spring driv ing. We flush, clean and recore all makes of ra d ia tors. We sell or trade new and second hand. We are the oldest and most reliable See us. EAST SPENCER MOTOR CO. E. Spencer, N. C. Phone 1198-J bale of Real Estate in the Town of East Spencer for Non-Payment Of Taxes Pursuant to the Provisions of the Charter of the Town of East Spencer, and as provided by Law, for sale of Real Estate for Non Payment of taxes and pursuant to the terms of a Resolution unani mously adopted by the Mayor and Board of Aldercen of the Town of East Spencer the undersigned tax collector will sell at Public auction to the Highest Bidder, for cash, at the Court House door in Salisbury N. C., on MONDAY September 10th, 1934, beginning at 12 O’clock’ noon, and continuing until completed for non-payment of taxes, Real Estate in the Town of East Spencer on which the taxes for 1933, and for prior years thereto which tax has not been paid, the name of the owner of said Real Estate, the description thereof and the total amount of taxes thereon, being as set out below. To the amount stated as due, will be added all cost of advertising, cost of sale, and all other Legitimate charges: • __ . J. O. Almond, house and lot, Railroad Ave_ 3.40 N. G. Arey, lots on Weant and Verbal St.___33.60 Ernest B. Arey, lot on Spencer St___N_ g 92 G. W. Baker, 2 lots and house Heilig St__23.74 F. M. Barber, house and lot, Long St_ 22'lg Esther M. Barnes, house and lots, Trexler St._i_ 11.40 Mrs. Jennie Behre, house and lot, Henderson St._39.96 C. A. Blackwelder, store and lot, Long St.*_42.08 J. S. Blackwelder, house and lot, Mitchell St., and 4 acres land, house, Boundary St_,__._25.22 R. L. Blackwelder, lots and house Boundary St., lots Correll St. 8 acres Div. Ave., and 3 acres Correll St_40.46 Mrs. Mary Bosh Estate, lots Earnhardt St_„_13.60 Mrs. W. A. Brandon, houses and lots, Heilig St_25.16 Brown Insurance & Realty Co., house and lot Isenhour Sc7 house and lots, Long St., and house and lot Shaver Sr Laura Z. Buff, house and lot Long St.___21.08 C. M. Caldwell, lot Railroad Ave_ 3.40 Miss Pearl Canup, house and lot Railroad Ave_28.72 W. H. Qanup, house and lot, Long St_23.46 Central Investment Company, house and lot, Long St_41.66 John W. Clark, lots on Clay, Hall and Shaver St_53.98 J. R. Clement, 2 lots and house on Shaver St_23.20 Mrs. Elsie Clodfelter, house and lot. Henderson St,._34.76 John H. Cooke, lots on North and St. James St_ 10.20 W. C. Coughenour. lots and store, Long St._^_18.70 J. P. Crowell, Estate 2 houses and lots, Isenhour & Railroad Ave. 23.00 C. L. Dennis, lots Henderson and Shaver St__ 9.36 A. M. Donaldson, lots Depot and Clay Sts_1__ 7.12 W. A. Earnhardt, house and lots, Weant St_1_ 50.40 I. N. Earnhardt Estate, houses and lots, Long St_83.92 East Spencer Trading Company, lot on Long St_ 7.06 C. H. Edwards, house and lots, Heilig St_*___24.76 J. F. Edwards, house and lots, Heilig St_46.98 H. B. Elium, house and lots, Long St_11_22.96 T. C. Eller, house and lot, Shaver St___ 8.50 P. D. Eller, house and lot, Div. Ave_;_36.46 Mrs. O. K. Everhardt, lots Verble St___10.70 O. K. Everhardt, house and lot, Heilig St___17.00 Mrs. Brucette Farrington, house and lot, Henderson St_32.68 Mrs. Carey Feamster, house and lots, Shaver St_55.08 Mrs. G. R. Fink, house and lot, Long St_28.40 H. M. Foster, lot, Weant St_;_;_ 4.26 R. A. George, \l/2 acres and house, Hleilig St_27.20 O. C. Godfrey, lot, Division Ave___ 3.40 o. x. vjruDD, nouse ana lots, weant ot___44.74 L. T. Grubb, house and lot, Weant St___16.96 Mrs. Lula O. Haden, house and lot, Long St._:_;_20.06 W. E. Hardlman, lots, Haden St___6.80 Mrs. Dora Mae Hargrave, house and lot, Long St_32.36 Mrs. Lou E. Hatley Estate, lots, Heilig and Royal Sts_10.82 H. E. Hatley, 2 lots and 2 brick buildings, Henderson St_121.48 H. H. Hayner, 6*4-acres land___13.78 John Y. Hedrick, house and lot, Long St_37.78 J. S. Henderson & Vanderford, lots, Foster and Green Sts_ 7.82 John S. Henderson Estate, lots, Long St. and R. R. Ave_13.60 O. C. Herrington, lots and houses, Long St. and R. R. Ave_IS.30 Mrs. M. J. Lee Hines, lots, Depot St_12.76 W. L. Honeycutt, house and lots, Heilig St_38.62 G. W. Honeycutt, house and lot, Henderson St_15.58 William Huffman Estate, house and lot, S. S. Spencer St_38.42 Mrs. S. W. Huffman, hquse and 3 lots, Long St___ 37.40 B. H. Isenhour, house and lot, Emancipation St_ 4.22 T. R. Jackson, house and lot, Broad St_11.98 A. L. Jarrell, houses and lots on R. R. Ave_38.64 Mrs. T. E. Johnson, house and lot, R. R. Ave_22.44 Mrs. H. F. Ketchie, house and lot, R. R. Ave_31.20 Mrs. J. R. Kluttz, house and lots on Spencer St.._29.66 J. L. Klait^e, lot, Long St_ 5.10 G. H. Kluttz, house and lot, Spencer St.-_24.22 L. A. Leonard, house and lot, Long St__:_42.34 R. M. Lewis, house and lot, W. S. Long St._21.76 Mrs. Lucy J. Maupin, lot, Weant St_ 4.26 P. H. Meroney, lots, Hall St., Div. and R. R. Ave-22.52 E. B. Mims Estate, 2 lots Haden St., 6 lets N. Long St_23.12 Atlantic Mortgage Company, house and 2 lots, Haden St_21.62 C. C. Moore, House and lot, Southern St____25.16 Mrs. R. L. Myers, house and lot, R. R. Ave,-24.66 Joe Myers Estate, house and lot Long St_46.14 L. M. McGahee, house and lot Henderson St._17.00 Mr*. W. B. McKinney, 4 acres, Depot St. and house_ 34.001 W. B. McKinney, 1 lot and store Geroid and Long St. house and lot R. R. Ave., 1 lot Henderson St., 2 lots Haden St., house and 2 lots, Long St.-60.34 A. L. and C. A. Nash, lots, Moore St-17.00 Mrs. Mary L. (Nash, house and lot, Long St-43.56 R. A. Pethel, house and lot Long St- 17.00 Pilot Realty Company, house and lot, S. S. Henderson St_22.12 D. L. R. Poole, house and lot, Henderson St., lot and store Earnhardt St_3 5.72 C. R: Prospt, houses and lots, Cedar St., and R. R. Ave_33.20 Provident Life Insurance Company, 8 lots, W. S. Trexler St., 11 Beard St., 5 lots, Trexler St., and 6 lots_20.66 J. A. and J. L. Rendleman, 2 houses and 2 lots, R. R. Ave_21.26 John L. Ritchie, lot, Weant St_ 4 26 Salisbury Hardware Company, 1 lot S. S. Weant St., and 1 lot and house, Correll St_ 13 3 7 Mrs. J. C. Shaw, house and lot, Southern St_ 26 48 T. P. Simpson, house and 2 lots, N. S. Henderson St_33 94 J. M. Sink Jr., and B. L. Hume, 3 lots_ g 3(, Mrs. A. M. Smiley, house and lot, Earnhardt St._ 26 24 Mrs. Lucy A. Smith, house and lot, Long St_31 82 A. L. Smoot, 2 lots, Depot St_ g’3~ A. H. and W. M. Snider, 1 lot and house, Washington Ave. and 1 lot Depot St_ 21 48 Star Milling Company, 7 lots, N. S. Weant St_~~~ 25 7o S. M. Stirewalt, house and lot, Long St_33’64 D. R. Thomas, hquse and lots and store, Geroid St_ 43 36 R. B. Thompson Estate, 3 lots, Royal St_ l7 76 J. W. Thompson, 1 lot and house, Long St_ 17 00 C. W. Trexler Estate, 1 lot and house, Long St_21 xx C. W. Trexler, Jr. house and lot, Long St_ 73 5 8 Mrs. J. A. Trexler, house and lot, R. R. Ave. and 3 lots_I 24 06 T. H. Vanderford Estate, houses and lots, R. R. Ave. and Long Street Filling Station Cafe_232 36 George E. Vogler, Trustee, Elizabeth Vogler, house and lots Long and R. R. Ave_ g4 2g J. M. Waggoner, houses and lots, Broad and Cedar St_18 44 T. G. Kennedy and J. M. Waggoner, 2 acres land and house on Broad St- 10 20 Mrs. Laura G. Weant, lots Henderson and St. James St.__ 39 io W. B. Whiteside, house and lot, Henderson St_ 25 O' O. H. Williams, lots, Clay, Royal and Burt St._ 27 96 COLORED James Archie, 2 lots and house and store building, Cedar St.__ 29 30 Sam Barber, house and lot, Cedar St_' Mattie Barber, house and lot, Shaver St_ W. M. Beverly, lots, Washington Ave_~ ' Cofield Bowen, house and lot, Shaver St__ Bessie Boyd, house and lots, Cedar St_ ' William D. Burnon,\house and lots, Long St_~ 21 06 Annie Cain, house and lot_ 10 88 Louisa Cain, 7 and 2/10 acres and house, Moore St_ 21 x< J. D. Carlton, y2 acre land and house_ 12 l"1 Gaston Carter, house and lot, Long St_~~~~ J4'g^ Parthenia Carter Estate, 1 lot Long St., 1 lot R. R. Ave._I U.74 Ida Chappell, house and 2 lots, Broad and Trexler St_ 9 18 James Chunn, house and lot, Cedar St_ y ^ Annie Lee Churcher, lots, Long St_ 6 8q John Cornwell, house and lot, Shaver St_ ~ Annie Correll, house and lot, Shaver_ 11 90 Addie Craige, house !and 10 9/10 acres land, Correll St ~~~ 39 76 E. C. Craige Estate, house, lot, store building and Garage Mit chell St____ ’ * 2g 0 Zena Craige, house and lot, Div. Ave_ Hattie and Frank Culp, house and lot, Shaver St_~~~~~ 26 60 Sarah Curry, lot, Long St. house and lot, Grant St_~ 10'18 Eddie Small and James Daniel, house and lot, Shlaver St_13.78 John A. Davis, house and lot, Mitchell St_ 11 48 Dora Dickey, house and lots, Mitchell and St. James St_37.96 Alice Dixon, house and lot, Broad St_ 10 64 Robert Drain, house and lot, Broiad St___17 10 Phebe Drain, house and lots, Broad St_ 22 12 waiter berby, house and lots, Broad St__12.08 Fannie Ford, 4% acres and house, Washington Ave_13.86 Joseph Garner, houses and lots, Broad and Moore St_3 3 08 The-na Hargrave, lots on Long St_17.86 A. A. Hargrave Estate, houses and lots, Long and Shaver St.__ 5 5.26 Amanda Holmes, 8 l/lO acres land and house, Broad St_18.56 Octavia Holmes, houses and lots, Mitchell and Shaver St_51.26 Garfield Holmes, houses and lc(ts, Shaver St_45.88 Thomas and J. W. Holmes, 8 and 8/lQ acres, Trexler Heights 14.96 Ed Holt, house and lot, St. James St___ 14.26 John D. Holt, house and lots, Royal St___, 19.90 Fannie Huntley, house and lot, Royal St___10.78 John Jefferies, house, lot and store, Cedar St___21.36 Florence Hargrave Johnson, house and lot, Long St.___16.98 Julia Jones, houses and lots, Long St__27.98 W. F. Kelsey, Second and Cedar St_29.62 George Knox Estate, house and lot, Broad St_8.76 Henry Long Estate, houses and lots’ Long and R. R. Ave,, lots Cedar St._j I jS Jessie Marlow, 2% acres land and house, Moore St._12.6H Mary Massey, house and lot, Broad St_r._47.26 Jack Meltz Estate, house and lots, Moore St_18.20 Susan Miller, house and lots R. R. Ave., lots, Long and Shaver 18^82 Judy Miller, 2 8/10 acres land and house, Moore St.-._17.50 John S. Mills, houses and lots, Long St_-_25.20 Jovan Miller, lots, Long St__ 10 20 Mary Mills, house and lots, R. R. Ave_15.48 Geo. Y. Mitchell, houses and lots, R. R, Ave.__ 18.47 Alec Moore, house and lot, Moore St_ 15.02 Bessie Mcllwain, lots, Cedar St., R. R. Ave_ 6.3 8 Mollie McNeir, lots, Long St__ 17 00 Adam (E. J.) Oglesby, Lots and Houses, R. R. Ave,_3 5.62 Hoy Oglesby, houses and lots, R. R. Rve_24.14 Maggie Osborne-, house and lots, Moore St_ 17.00 Dora Parker, house and lot, Shaver St_ 12 57 Lester Keeves, house, lot and store, Long St_16.94 R.uben Robbins, houses and lots, Long St_93.32 P. S. Roseman, lots, Mitchell St_13.60 J. C. Rowe, house and lqt, Correll St_15.06 Cora Sexton, house and lot, Isenhour St_ 6.98 Florence Shippe Estate, lot, Mitchell St_ j.62 W. M. Smith, house and lot, Broad St_ 13.44 Mary Smith, house and lots, Correll St_ li.70 Sarah Springs, house and lot, Correll St_24.74 Belle Steward, house and lot, Mitchell St_ 10.04 Lonnie Stokes, houses and lots, Cedar St., and Long St_22.00 Harriett Stokes, house and lots, Long St., and Cedar St_21.50 Beulah Stokes, house and lot, Long St_ 12.24 Clarence Stork, 2 acres and house_ 9.18 Janie Thompson, houses and lots, Long and Cedar St_47.60 Ed Turner Estate, house and lots, Long St., and Cedar St_20.06 Lot Walden, house and lots, Long St._75.20 Mamie Warren, house and lot, Correll St__11.62 E. B. Watt, house and lqt, Shaver St_13.18 Lula Whitner, house and lot, Cedar St___ j.96 Angeline Wilson, house and lot, Shaver St_21.42 Lawrence Witherspoon, house and lots, Broad St_23.98 Marshall W. Witherspoon, 2 acres and house, Broad St_16.42 Leonard Witherspoon, house and lot, Long St_ 13.24 Carter Witherspoon, house and lot, Long St.___12.52 By order of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of East Spencer, N. C. Dated this< the 6th day of August, 1934. D. M. HARKEY, Town Tax Collector.