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PAGE POUR.
TIMES EDITORIALS
Some Sunshine
Quoting "a high Oarranza official" as authority, an El Paso
dispatch states that Carranza will not be a candidate for the
presidency of Mexico, but will throw his support to General Obre
gon. Anyone familiar with Mexican election! knowi that if Car
ranza really does thm, Obregon will be elected, probably without
opposition.
Should it develop that it is really Oarranza's intention to ef
face himself, Mexico will be upon the highroad to peace, and Car
ranza will go down in Mexican history as a real patriot and bene
factor of his country. Obregon is the strongest man in Mexico
today, not alone with the people, but with army, something equal
ly as essential.
Obregon is not a rabid "anti-cientifico"; in face he is strongly
suspects dof sympathy for some of the old Diaz crowd. Whicu is
well enough, too, for the wealth and brains of Mexico are largely
monopolized by the "Cientificos" and they will be needed badly in
the reconstruction of the country.
In August, municipal and state elections will be held in Mexi
co, preliminary to holding the state congress elections, the election
of governors, and delegates to the national congress, which must
precede the presidential election in January. H the program is
carried out without a serious hitch, six months hence Mexico will
have, for the first time in four years, a stable, legally, and we trust
honestly, elected government.
Mexico is heart-sick of war and banditry and Obregon, if
elected, and Mexico's new mUional congress will have a wonderful
opportunity. \
Bui they must begin in dead earnest to inaugurate some radi
cal reforms, most important of which is a re-apportionment of the
great landed estates of Mexico, which apportionment must be
largely of a non-confiacatory character to draw together, and keep
together, the two at present widely divided classes. On this
hinges Mexico's future.
Nomoll.tn X lia* got to be done to grt the people Interested in the MfMMMM
mTul™""™ "• Wlly doeßnt ""Kl'*"' !>«*« ..«,■,,( persuade 1.i... to shave off
some Money In It
Down in the Salt River Valley of Arizona, not so far from
where the Troop B boys are encamped, the farmers are preparing
for their harvest of Egyptian cotton. Experts figure that the
crop will reach two hales to the ace.
Egyptian cotton, of the extra-long-staple variety, is in keen
demand, being principally used for the basic fabric of automobile
tire casings.
Thirty-three cents a pound is the price now being offered FUr
unng two bales, at an average of 500 lbs. each, to the acre, selling
at 3.3 cents a pound and the Phoenix farmers rake down $830 an
acre, winch goes a long way toward offsetting a climate where the
summer thermometer loiters around 115 most of the time
jß&sssssSssnfczmß&si «
».. gsjtt&rsg "grafts ars sas" * *—■— -
'Every Man Must Be Told By Some Woman What¥e Want?
"When are you goins to the hospital, Miss Margaret?"
Annie was standing by my bed, with little Margaret Ann looking
at me shyly from behind her skirts.
——— —7*" tr~" 1 "! think day after tomorrow, Aunie."
M^i (» * ' Annie** hand found mine as she seated
ir\*^tr\C(U/-\<t/if herself beside my bed.
ft 111 II Ulliril - ,r" [ je Blad when il is all over, dear."
IV/IllV,lllV_/11l ',* ald- '! do not dread an operation only
\^y f. J "lat awful .shadow of tuberculosis of the
,__ QTf) s. |line keeps darkening my waking hours.
T¥~ 77" . i Vnnie> dear- l don't believe I can stand a
W% 1 1* £ lingering death in life. 1
Wvi T/^ Yes you can' dear- If that is your
>VV 111 s a- c you wiU face v JUBt as >'«>u have everv
yy AXX—' tiling else: It could be worse, Miss Mar
"- I garet."
„.. , . "J don't see how," 1 said
comforta^e^L^^red t?nnU th-^^^
wlth conviction.
"Every day I (ell Tim that we
must live more economically and
•aye money—but he, with his
Irish irresponsibility, will not
BY CYNTHIA GREY
was i.ii-y Munera ail ifii«n
of Inquiry by mail whea postage
to aBcKMHM).
lietlnrs of general interest »re
HHwrrM through thin roluma un
toan the correspondent request*
that they not be.
I Minn Grey receive* callers at
• office, from 11 o'clock to 8
•'clock on Wednesdays.
Q.~Will you kindly tell
me through the medium of
your columns where the Eng
lish General Gordon, known
M "Chinese Gordon," was
killed? Also can you say
why he was nicknamed
G. A. B.
A.—(General Charles George
Gordon «ia« railed "Chinese Gor
itoa" or "Gordon Pastut" because
daring the Talping rebellion,
with the piriiilssi'in „t the Eng
lish military authority, he »>.
-■udknl command of n special
rorp» of ChlnONe. tralacd and led
by li!i..[>»-«ii and AmcrlciM nffi
eara. With th«*o matt-rials he
performed marvelous feats of
skillful ><>ldiering and oucceeded
Is) roiiijdf'tfl)' cruxhing tho rehel-
MM. The ('liinrae K*>verfiK<it(
flbtc. Inn he refuwAfill offers of
I, »«>isirtni'ji| reward.
fi 5.V., :'., after ;.'.!<• U* *-mr »P-
I MrUnl liy (he fchedlT« of l»Jgl
P lo foKin tlie r»*t r«%tl»"> <>fV*W
r Hwdau/xnd go»«ro«l that i\|
I ttomAH-.* mmim l»7». la tMT
Uks> Hmt^n, Mas 04V* (tornon. n©»
caOMP ">{ bis groat patraottal taflu
try. «ra* itaUlla*! to set Mttan
look at It that way. He won't
turn a hand toward being made
police commissioner. He would
much rather stay at home with
me of an evening, than be step
rijiiir. 'i'lieoe lioihm wore not ful
filled, and Gordon was shut up In
Khartum, and for a whole year
lie held that town agalnxt the
lr.li>.. who surrounded him. An
Knultsh force vva.s sent to relieve
liini and arrived only to find that
the town had been treacherously
betrayed into the hands of Uie
Aralm and its heroic defender
killed.
Q- —If an American en
lists in the Canadian army,
and deserts, and cornea back
to the United States, can
they take him back by force?
Please answer at once, as I
am very worried. •
A SISTER.
A.—He could not he compell
ed to leave the I'nited Htate* If
he in -iill a citizen.
Q- —A few years ago I
became acquainted with an
estimable young woman
through a newspaper. I saw
considerable of her after
that. Then I didn't see her
any more and heard the went
to New York. I wrote to
her folks, obtained her New
York address, and wrote to
her. She ■'ever answered by
letter. Would it be proper
fui nit: to wiil« again"
IN DOUBT.
A.—One might naturally rap
pvae that the young liulj does ■■<.«
hto continue ynmr aoquaint
**lfc- jlhwwtr, if jroa have good
IT"V« Wiwd *h« did not re
fmt «an WMtM^HM, aetKl her a
postal or •>£&
Charles Gates' widow announces with pride that she has set
tled $1,000,000 on her newly arrived son.
The human is the only animal that starts its young with a
handicap like this. The beasts of the fields and forests, the birds
of the air, the fishes of the waters protect and provide for their
young only so long as their progeny are unable to care for them
selves. When the young beast learns the use of teeth and talons,
when the young bird can look the early worm in the eye unafraid,
when the minnow acquires strength to grab the leg from a June
bug, it is, "Get out and dig for yourselves, children!" It is part
of Nature's wise policy in perpetuation of the species.
If kittens simply nursed their mothers throughout life, there'd
soon be no eats.
If birds simply sat on perches to be stuffed by their parents,
there'd soon be no flying birds.
Jf the little fishes passed their lives motionless in pools, just
swallowing anything that came along, they'd probably soon re
vert to the blood sucker stage, or something else equally primi
tive.
Sudden acquisition of great wealth will weaken, if not spoil
about eight men out of ten. Just think of raising a boy who
knows as soon as he knows anything that he'll never have to work
or sacrifice and will always be waited upon.
That little bullhead who wriggled off our hook, in Clover creek,
last Sun—Saturday, has a better chance to be a real fish.
.Mexicans net gasoline baths before crossing Hi" border. Will Iliev never know
"Inn water Is?
Invasion, That's What
According to Mrs. V. H. Henderson, a comely and Intelligent
widow of Sydney, Australia, now visiting in Los Angeles, Amer
ica is about to be invaded.
In fact, the invasion has practically begun. But tremble not,
ye men, rather let the women do the trembling, for the army of
invasion consists of a host of mothers with marriageable daugh
ters, beautiful orphans, spinsters and widows, all seeking hus
bands.
"The begin is on," says the fair Mrs. Henderson. "To you
in America, where every other man is not blind or maimed, the
problem of the Knglish women seems ridiculous. To ns, it is a
real tragedy.
"We seriously considered the proposition of polygamy, re
pulsive as it was. Now, however, we think the solution of the
problem lies elsewhere. The women of England are coming to
America for husbands. They don't want to live in this country
but wish to take their husbands back to England and Australia
to repopulate the British Empire, lifter the war. The women
coming here are largely of the best old English stock.
"In Australia the ratio of marriageable women between the
ages of 19 and 35 to able bodied men is 50 to 1."
We have sounded the tocsin, men of America. To arms! If
they are English or Australian armpit will be all right as far as
we are concerned; we are married. '
Being leap year the American girls can't plead unprepared
ness. L l
ping around to the bouse of the
boss. He says, 'I can remember,
Annie dear, when you found
fault with me for staying away
from home.' He doesn't seem to
see the difference between calling
on the boss of the ward now and
hanging around his place when it
was a saloon around the corner.
"I tell you, Miss Margaret,
there is a time for love-making
and blarney. May is the time.
I've heard your dear mother say
Often, 'Everything passcthV The
time for romance and philander
ing is when you are broths of
boys and slips of girls. What you
must do when you get to lie Tim's
and my age. with colleens of your
own. is to settle down to the
business of life!"
"How did you learn all this,
Annie?"
LEGAL NOTICEB LEGAL NOTICES.
• (Continued from Page 3.)
tv> ivu n , * .. Lot- Blk- l>rlr>- Inter- Adv. *
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xv. p. wou.m a '-A «« }? lr
Hryai.t Ptttrs and »ti*i.1 ....... 7 3 3 Xfi « -
Bryant Psten a,,,i ItMl i , ":l fi ' « li
XV. I. Wotton '■■ 10 s *8 X« ■?« 11
W. P. Wotton ..... it •S •'»* ■!! H
, H. at Koebler IS ;? "* •}• •«
John Aitnour }* fl -H •}« •«
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W. p. Wotton 8 4 n l J« "
W. P. Wotton 9 i M or M \
W. P. Wotton 10 i 5 06 U1 '1
w. P. Wotton 12 4 . JS o<l 1« I .4
W. p. Wotton IS 4 0« 1« 1 4
W. P. Wotton „... If 4 Ofi 'i» j " 'j
W P. Wotton >.... M 4 .2S .08 1« • .4
TT. P. Wotton 1(1 4 23 0« Ifi ■? 4
W. P. Wotton 17 4 .23 .o<t ill-i .4
W. P Wotton in 4 ,t% M 1» -§< .4
W. P. Wotton It 4 23 0( X J ■ 4
W. P. Wotton 20 4 .23 Od 1R ] 4
John Curr 1» S J24 .B« "•> \ 1.1
John Cnrr II <) 2.J4 .M •"» .10
John Parr 12 S 224 .50 i J1 01
John Can r: II L 1 " t 5« ;| IH)
John farr 14 » 2.24 .B« •« »*.•■>
John <~"arr 10 10 2.24 m 2«"**ns
John Carr 11 10 2.24 ,BS .20 109
John r'arr II 10 2.24 .5« .t» 3.09
John Parr IX l» 2.24 ,R(I .2» 3.09
John Carr 14 10 2.?4 ,5«I ,2» B.o*
WIKNKTKA 4DIMTION.
tf 3- MS** J 1 141 R» 16 J. 27
J. B. Klley 3 1 1.41 5» .25 ill
J. E. Itlley « 1 1.4J .G» .25 2.27
Mm. Darnell T 1 Z.3< .5* .30 3.21
Win. Darnell • 1 t.tt .it 30 3.25
JJ. £• Jowders 1 f 2if 5» .30 1.2(
W. F. .lowders 2 2 2.2* .5* .30 U
Klla M. Ciokat 1 I 2 J6 S« 10
Ella M. Corket 1 1 2.3 C 5» Jo LB
R. C Kasselman 1 4 2.38 .it .30 :L.'f.
ft <■ Kasnolman t « t.H .If .20 ««,
Wlnnctka l.ntnl Co 7 f t.M .fif 30 t,2|
Wlnnetka Ijiihl Co S 4 t.3t 50 10
W P. \Vattson. Sr 1 ( J.ji .|* .ft i 2 i
V, P. U attson. fir 1 f 2.3S I( .10 »».»6
Wlnrißtka Idrut Po I I 2.3 A SI 30 0.1.,
Winnerka Land Co 4 ( 2S« .59 .30 %2S
Addlaon Hill Mir. CO % 5 t. lt .50 30 Til
AiMl»oii HHI I,lir. Co • S 69 M /I.ls
Addloon Hill M>r. Co 7 { 2.Ji U 30 I LiS
Addlaon Hill M»r. Co I S 234 .60 .30 WX
Herml.ll Ochlrok* 0 t. 11« «• i • 1 •«
1
THE TAQOMA TIMEft.
Poor Little Feller
"Why, any woman with sense
learns it, my dear Miss Margaret.
And the quicker she learns it the
happier she is. We women are
the keepi'H of men."
"What do you mean by that,
Annie?"
"Is it possible, Miss Margaret,
with all your education, you have
not found out that every woman
must tell some man what he
wants to do?
"It is not always a man's wife
that does this, but if she is smart
sh« does not let any other woman
do it. She tells him exactly what
he wants.
"It was myself that told Tim
that he wanted to be a policeman
and that he did not want to be a
hanger-on at the corner saloon,
and it was myself that still fur
ther made him realize that h«
wanted to be something more
than a traffic policeman, and now
it is up to mo to make him un
derstand that h e wants to be po
lice commissioner, and that he
lias not the slightest idea o f let
ting his daughter have to answer
when asked what business her
father is in, 'He is a policeman.' "
Tim and Annie wore normal
people, working out their destiny
as it should be worked out. Hoth
from being interested in them
selves, were now interested in
their life work and their chil
dren.
Little book, I envied Annie,
and not for the first time, either.
She was probably happier in
strug for her family than the
children would be with the re
sults of that self-sacrificing
struggle.
LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES
Lot. Blk. Prln- Inter Iv. &
To \\ horn Asnessed: clpal. est. Penalty. Total
Horman Schlmke 10 5 |.M .59 .SO 3*o
.iMrnrs tnnmov
A. Clirlstenaon 11 2 .39 .10 .17 .66
ROXIII It CM Mililllov
Ellen J. Wllletts 9 1 .24 .08 16 46
Ellen .r. wiimus 10 l .24 or ie '«
Kllen J. Wlletta ..., 11 i 24 06 fj
Ellen J. Wllletts ..' 12 1 24 06 16 46
Ellen J. Wllletts 9 i || oc 16 £
Kllon .1. Willotts 1» * »J 06 |j 46
Ellen J Wllletts U 2 .:>! 9 ji "Ik
Bllra J. Wllletts 12 2 .24 .06 AS 'M
MUST ADDITION TO KKItV IIII.L.
J' e0- W. Byrd It) 1 5.3S 1.36 .48 7.22
(.eo. W. Ryrd T 3 .54 .1.1 .IS 86
Ueo. W. Byrd g B!i 14 i« a?
oeo. w. Brm ::::::. 9 l n !] :!! I?
Oeo. W. Byrd 10 I B 14 JJ 88
J- P0 £■ n yr:l •■•• \l 3 -M -14 S :"
t.eo. W. Byrd 12 3 .5« .14 IS 88
l' ha«; ?' c'ußtafHOn ■' 4 .66 .14 AH :«8
K. W. Lock* 10 4 56 14 i H
,'Jeo. W. Byrd 11 4 56
Jjeo. W. Byrd 12 4 S ll ijg is"
('P(I- W. Byrd 13 4 .56 .14 .18 88
£ <>o.w- ,B>7<l • 14 4 .56 .14 .18 .88
Frank w. i.0.k,. 15 4 55 14 ls 22
Frank W. Lock« 16 4 .56 14 18 88
Cioo. W. Byrd 1 5 >!0 .U iJS 93
:"" S. S yr 2 2 5 -5B -v -18 "8
<•••". W. Byrd 3 5 .56 .14 18 88
QM. W. Byrd 4 S 56 14 S8
<T.o. W. Hyrd 5 I 56 14 \\ \l
«co. W. Brrd 7 5 .56 U A* H
(ieo. W. Byrd 8 5 (« 14 i« «•
?,f w Byrd :::: • :s; ;{} ;; ;••
Clyde Xii lihiilh.iii 10 5 .56 .14 18 88
Edwin P. Locks 11 5 .56 .14 .18 !s8
Oeo. W. Byrd 12 5 .66 .14 .18 88
%'" W. Byrd 13 6 .56 .14 .18 88
Oeo. W. Byrd 14 B .56 .14 .18 .8?
Oeo. W. Byrd 15 5 .r,6 .14 .18 .8.1
?<"> W- Byrd 1« .5« .14 .18 .11
Jas. ItohPitii X « 5.(8 1.36 .48 7.2J
Jas. 1: ifs 4 « r3H 1.36 .48 7.22
Opo. g. Balrd I 6 5.38 1.3(1 .48 72J
2*"° (A l a! rd ' " 53* *-3t -48 7.22
Geo. C. Balrd 7 6 8.38 111 .48 7.22
Oeo. C. Balrd 8 « 638 1.3« .48 7.22
1 1 <<N HILL.
'I" 1 w. gvd 1 J .66 .14 .18 .88
:'" W, Bvrd * J .«« 14 .18 .88
Oeo. W. Byrd S S .66 .14 .18 .88
NMITH, HOOT A JORDAN* TACOMA AVKNIE ADDITION.
'•►' ■ "r. H"? h,.. ,7 •..•.■, f ' 2" ••» ll 3«8
J. W. * I. C. K»«n. Und ff .... t .14 .03
£• '«nke 1 4 ,J9 .10 .17 .„«
lanke I 4 .28 .06 .16 .50
'• £»M » 4 .18 OS ,U .60
i- Janice 4 4 .28 .08 .18 40
F. Jnnke I 4 .jg .06 .n .ja
• •••• I T<>> 4k Hum l< 1 sons ADDITIOIV.
P- g- 3C«JB 1 4 1.0 .«• 11 1.0
; n j,ui i 4 2.«» :«■ .11 1.68
V. N. Vufll S 4 ziiv f| 11 in
1 N YIIIII I 4 (.«■ |g I, H
I: N YulH « 4 |*9 «| |l 168
■ « 4 111 .«( .11 <t«
$600.00799
CHOICE PAVING
BONDS
M. G. HENRY
BONDS FOR
INVESTMENT
JlO NATI REALTY
BLDG.
TODAY'S
MARKET
PRICES
« ♦ >j> ... <* t> * * $, * .f. * » /
« WHAT KKIAJI.KKb FAY •
POUf/TBI
Hena, live, light 12©13 c
Hem, live, heavy ISO 16c
I'in.-k • live tftvlle
191« springs, live 14<8>16c
Geese, dressed lity 14c
Ht I'l Kit. I AM*. (11l Khl.
l'rcsh K;in.-li i'kp 29c
Washington cheese 16c
Tlllamook 17c
Waan. .reamery Gutter .... [email protected]"!<o
Swi-m limn 25c
Cream brick chpese 21c
HIKiIICMMJ MKAT.H
HelfVrs \lV,r
Mutton, withers 14c
lli>Km, .sides 16c
I'lvßH.'d hogs 12^c
Steer beef 13& c
BWM KHic
HpriiiK laml> 17'£c
mcrr
Lemons $4.50
Kunming, lb. <<■•
Orange.*, l.v size $1&4.L'5
Cherries, local 10c
OooßCcerrles. lb., local . ...2i&>2^e
LoKanbeiilrs. crate 75ciB>85c
Api loots, el ate $1.00
Blackberries, crate f1.1101.il
I'anta loupes, cfate $2.50©.'!
Strawberries, orate $1.75
rineappies, doz. $1.7002
I'lllUlM 110 I.SI
CIII. Krape fruit 11.T101.01
I'enehes $1.00
Watoi melons, lb l%c
Prunes ILII
Currant! $1<?1.25
Via ('lurries 54jp0c
Rod ICiispbi'i ries, crate . ..,60($7Sc
nartlett pears $2.25
Oiapes $2.75
New Yellow Transparent ap
ples $1.^5
New Gravenslelns $1.90
U CKTADI.KS
New potatoes, cwt $2.40
Yaklmu, ton $35
Local potatoes $30
Onions. Ort-Ron, sack $2.50
Carrots, sack $1.60
Lettuce, h»ad, doz 500
Kadlshes, local, doi. bunches .. in,
Rutabagas, cwt * 1.65
Leaf Lettuce, crate $1.21
rthut>arb, lb So4o
Florida green pepper*, lb 30c
Spinach, retail, lb g c
Cucumbers 3<j.y|l
iitii-i.nk'-H. dox 7SO
Beets, sack $2.25
Asparagus, pyramid, box $1.50
Tomatoes, lb u c
StrlnK beans, lb g c
Telephoiiu peas, lb 4c
MrnssplH sprout* 'b mi'
Turnips, sark $1.50
Cabbage, liume grown, lb 2V4c
Green corn, doz 48c
Celery, bu 10c
Oregon cauliflower, doz $1.25
Cal. eml.-..^ mi
Amocat $8.00
Pyramid $5.45
Whole u!n-'» bbia $5.39
mifterl Snow $5.43
OH'inplc $5.45
Htfh night $6.2J
Ocident $7.70
Keystone lull wheat $5.26
Lyon's Best $7.70
II 11 AND UKAIN
Corn [email protected]
Bran $2»
Mixed Timothy $22^2^
Whole oats $31
Barley $33
Middling! 111
Shorts $31
Timothy MOtl
Wheat, ton fJHHi :j7
Alfalfa * 1.. ■/ 1■;
Holled oats $3:!
Hops, I'H.. crop s.i Mi-
Hops, 1918 contracts Nominal
Every home can now have a
piano. Read Eilers Music House
ed ou page 8. adv.
NORTHEAST
TACOMA BUS
Special trip, leaving Haxue
llov r«rtory H v. in. and leav
iiiH Tiirinim 4 p. in.
Leaves I'ostofflre (11th and A
Sin.) ttM and 10: HO a. m . 1
nnd 5 p. m.
l.ciivi'- Northeast Tacoma
7 and lla. 111., !:;{(• and S:UO
p. in.
LEGAL NOnCSa LEGAL NOTICES.
Lot. Blk. Prln- Inter- Adv. *
To Whoa Aimitl: elpal. eat. Penalty. Total
P. N. Yulll » 4 ISJ .(I .11 5 .68
OATKNDBIVa SECOND A DDITION TO FERN HILL.
J. J. * Oeo. W. Fowler • 1 .11 .13 .18 g*
J. J. * Ueo. W. Fowler „,.M a» . I 1 .51 .It .11 „,
J. J. * <;eo. W. Fowler ... 1 I .«• .IS .it in,
J. J. * O«o. W Fowler i I -ft .18 .1* l'oi
J. J. A Oeo. W. Fowler • t .•« I■■ .19 101
J. J. * Oeo. VI. Fowler 1 1 .SS .16 .18 l'oi
J. J. * .it... W. Fowler I I .61 .IS .19 i „,
Cleo. A J. J. W Fowler I I .ft .18 .It 101
(i.-o * J. J. w. Fowler 19 t .SS .IS .It l'oi
Oeo. * J. J. W Fowler 11 I .«S .16 l» i'ai
Ueo. A J. J. W. Fowler II I .61 .IS .It i oi
J. J. Fowler 1 S .66 .16 .1» i'oi
J. J. Fowler 1 3 .66 .16 .1» i'ni
J. J. Fowler 3 S .6* .16 .19 j'oi
J. J. Fowler 4 3 .66 .16 .In Hi
J. J. Fowler 5 il .66 .IS .19 lj»i
J. J. Fowler S 3 .66 .16 .19 1 o 1
J. J. Fowler T 8 .6« .IS .li» 101 "
.7. .1. Fowler I 3 .SS .16 .19 ]oi
.1. .1. Fowler t 3 .6fi .16 .19 101
.1. J. Fowler 10 3 .«« .16 .19 101
.1. J. Fowler 11 3 .6<i .If. .19 i oi
.1. .1. Fowler 12 3 .fitj .16 .19 101
.7. .1. Fowler 1 4 .66 .18 .19 i oi
J. .1. Fowler 2 4 .66 .16 .19 loi
.7. .1. Fowler 3 4 .SS .16 .19 101
|.I. .1. Fowler 4 4 .66 .16 .19 101
1.7. J. Fowler 5 4 .66 .16 .19 101
|.7. .7. hwltt • 4 .66 .16 .19 101
.1. .7. Fowler 7 4 .66 .16 .19 i'ni
.1. .7. Fowler 8 4 .66 .16 .19 101
.7. .7. Fowler 9 4 .66 .16 .19 loi
.1. .7. Fowler 19 4 .fili .16 .19 1 0|
J. .7. Fowler 11 4 .fifi .16 .19 |<i
J. J. Fowler II 4 .66 .10 .19 iloi
<A\ KNDKK'S ADDITION TO WWU HIM..
10. A. Whltller 2 1 5.74 1.44 .50 7.GH
CAVKMIKK A inn I•> ADDITION TO l'l:H\ HIM,.
• 'has. M. DennUon 3 3 5.74 1.44 .50 768
('has. M. Definition 4 3 5.74 1.44 .50 7 'tis
Joseph Kgan 5 5 6.27 l.aii .54 B'l7
Sidney A. Marshall 6 5 6.27 1.58 .54 s'j;
Andrew k.mui.h 10 5 i.l] l.ss .54 xa;
.losipli i:«an 3 ii 6.27 1.56 .54 BS7
.1. v. A D. C. Rffan, I'nd M 4 fi :I.ls ,7S .:;4 f.j|
Joseph lOitan, I'nd V 4 4 fi 3.13 .7S .34 I "•',
It. 1.. Stewart fi 6 6.27 |.M .54 s re
George F. Wllklna 7 6 (i.27 t.ll ..r.4 817
Oeora;e F Wlikin.s x 6 6.27 1.66 .14 s :t7
Andrew Kallwen 9 6 (i.27 t.ll .54 x ::;
Klla AlmitMM 11 8 M| 1.11 r,l s'-.7
■ll* .Mmstead 12 8 6.27 l.r.ii .51 x'.:!7
< AVKVUr.H A WU.I.AIK AMHMM TO I'KIIN 1111,1..
X, !■:. Peterson 1 :i 6.27 I.H .",1 s :I7
N. B, IVteiHon 2 3 6.L'7 I.M ..".I s 37
N. B. Petereen 3 :! 3 6.27 I.SI .:, 1 s ::7
N. B. Peterson 4 y 6.27 I.M .14 X :I7
N. B, Peterson 5 3 1i.27 t.ll .r,4 S 37
N. B. Peteraon « 3 6.27 I.H .54 x "7
N. 1:. Peterson 7 3 6.27 1.1 l .54 887
N". B, PeteiHon S 3 6.27 1.5H .r.4 S 37
N. B, Peterson 1 4 6.27 l.r>6 .51 8.37
N. 10. Peterson 2 4 1i.27 1.56 J>l s:i7
MAVHKW ADDITIOV TO MUI HIM..
Minnie Hart Hell* 3 :; 2.fii> .M .31 n M
Minnie llnrrl Selle 4 :S a.iilt .KS .111 3 tjs
Minnie Hard Bella r. :: 1.1 l .ss .31 36H
Minnie Hard Bell* 6 ;: 2.6:1 .us .31 36S
Mis. M. Williams 10 :i |.|| .6* .31 ;| hk
Mm. M. Willlami 11 3 2.«» .os .»i us
Mrs M. Williams 12 3 2.«: i .68 .31 :t «H
.In". \\\ l.iiick li a I.H .61) .31 :i fiX
Jno. \V. I.lurk 11 3 2.6.» .61 .31 :t 6S
.Ino. W. l.iink IT. 3 I.lt .68 .31 :: fis
Jno. \v. Unck if, » |.H .68 .31 3 (in
Jno. \V. 7-inrk 17 li 1.1 l .6* 31 :! 6S
Jno. W. I.lnok 18 3 2.89 .6k .31 3 (is
Bna Xkiihhl/. It 3 2.8» .68 .31 3.6H
Kna Agaßßlr. 20 3 2.69 .68 .31 3 68
Minnie Hard Selle 4 4 2.69 .68 .31 368
Minnie Hard Selle S 4 2.69 ,6S 31 :i tin
Minnie Hard Selle 6 4 2.69 .BH .31 36S
Minnie Hard Selle 7 4 2.69 .68 .31 36K
Minnie Hani Selle H 4 2.69 .68 .31 3.(if
Minnie Hard Selle 9 4 2.69 .68 31 36S
Minnie Hard Selle 10 4 2.69 .6S !.tl 3.6-i
Minnie Hard Sellf 11 4 2.69 .68 ,11 ,168
Karl It. Thompson 14 4 2.69 .68 31 3 (is
■\Vm. A. BotHford 11 5 J«9 .68 .31 S 68
Wm. A. Botaford 12 6 2.69 .68 'Lw 368
Wm. M. llnmmon S T 269 .68 3™ 368
Wm. M. llummon 7 T 2.69 .68 .31 368
Wm. M. llummon 8 7 2.69 .68 .31 3 68
Wat M. llummon 9 7 2.69 .SS .SI 3^68
i«>h\i\ Mini 1 ion.
Mih. A. M. Miles 3 1 8.7.! LA] .50 7 68 .
Mrs. A. M. Miles 4 1 l.f| 1.45 .50 7'SB
Wa ft WllHon 8 1 3.11 .78 .34 4.26
NITI FERN 1111.1, HKKiHIS.
B. I{. Perry 5 2 .^0 .OS 17 r,5
g; g; gMTf • 2 .30 .08 .17 .B5
M, 77.. Perry 7 2 .30 .08 .17 .5S
B. 11. Perry 8 2 .30 .08 .17 .55
10. 11. Perry 9 2 .3ft .08 .17 .60
("lias. Oiißtafson t 2 .30 .08 .17 ,5S
Cluvs. r ... .1., 1 „,, 23 2 30 08 17 5, ri
Willis P. Wotton, Jr 24 t .30 .08 .17 !r>s
111:1 II 11 II ADDITION.
Acnes Fsalharst 1 1 2.06 .52 .28 Mt
AKne» lOsalliarst t 1 i'.o« .s:' .28 astf
I'NPI.A'rTKD TRACT§.
F. M. B«rry. Bog at point 132'
So. of N. K. corner of S. B. %
of 8. B, 'i of Sic. 29-20-3-R til
S. 91' \V. 170' S. Ua' W. 160" N.
Ilr K. IM* to b*S 1J.71 3.19 1.08 18.9S
Mary A. Uow, Tl»> South 4 of
8. W. J4 of S. \V. y« of N. W. *
_»_•*-*"«■ :ll:-°: |-|i'i z ; **•** 3.01 70.85
W. P. I.ltton, North Hi acres of
North M of South 4 acres of
the Kant <4 of S. 10. Vi of S. W.
Vi of Sec. 3^-20-3-B 5.60 1.40 .64 764
.las. »'. t!ook. Com at N. 10. cor
of B, y, of 8. 10. Vi of S. W. %
of N. W. '« of Sec. :!:i-20-3-K.
til S. 8 rods, \V. 20 lods. N. 8
rods, K. 20 rods to lien, except
30' off 10. side for road c -,0 1 di 70 0 «i
Geo. W. Uyrd, Tho X, Mi of N. 'W 88!
W. ti of N. 10. Vi No. 10.6*1 *
acres of W. 14.60 aci**l of N. F.
'A of N. E. '4 of 8. V 4 of N. W.
MofN.E. Hof Sec. 33-20-3-K. , 71.19 17.90 4.71 91 M
BllM KloodliiK. The B, tJk of N.
10. l( of N. B. Vi of S. 10. 14
of Sec. 32-20-3-10 28.22 7.0S 1.90 37.20
Local Improvement District No. 483,
Third \iiiiii.il laatallmrnt.
SOI TH SIIIK ADDITIO.%.
I'aul Worth Ilakin E. 8" 1 4529 .1' 06 IS 34
Paul Worth Dakln E. 8' 2 4529 .10 '06 'lB
Paul Worth Dakln 10. 8' 3 4T.29 .10 00 l(i
Paul Worth liakin 10. W 4 4529 .10 .06 !l6
Paul Worth Dakln 10. S' 12 4529 .10 .OH if
Mrs. 10. V. llnnnaji W. 117 1 12 4529 4.4S 2.58 .50 7Mi
Paul Worth Dukin 10. 8' 13 4529 .09 05 16 30
•Sf'.Aill ¥**s*!! W. 117' 13 4529 4.48 2.58 >,0 7.'56
South Side Land CO E. 8' 16 4529 .0U 05 16 30
South Side Land Co E. 8' 17 4529 .09 .Or. 'l 6 !30
W. Fletcher W. 117' 18 4529 5.17 2.97 .55 8.69 ■
South Side Land Co 10. 8' 18 4,".L'!> .09 0.". 16 30
South Side Land Co K. 8' 19 4529 09 0.". IB 30
£'.Xf-SSf* r .""J W. 117' 19 4529 5.17 2^7 Jl t.M
South Side 7,and Co E. 8' 20 4529 .09 .OS IB .30
South Side Land Co B. 8' 21 4529 .011 Oii 16 30
South Side Land Co E. 8' 24 4529 .09 .0(i .16 .30
South Side I,and Co 10. 8' 25 4520 .09 0(1 16 30
South Side l*nd Co W. 8' 23 4T.30 09 06 16 30
South Side Lund Co W. 8- 24 4530 .09 06 16 .30
South Side Land Co W. 8- 25 4530 .09 06 .16 .30
■■ ':• f»"">n 10 4629 5.27 3.03 .56 B.BS
g- '', °'? on n *6-n 5.27 U.o:i .56 8.86
South Side Land Co 10. 8- 20 4629 .09 06 16 SO
Smith Side Land Co B. 8' 21 4«29 .09 .06 .16 .30
b S" .!"!! py 21 mo 5-27 s-»s -58 88S
i. 5' " ley n 463° B-27 5.03 .56 8.86
R. 11. Halley 2 j , r ,. w || T 3 0;t 5(! 88S
Andrew P. Fo K el J 4730 r>.27 3.0H .56 8.86
Andrew P. Fo K el 4 4730 6.27 3.0:: .56 B.BS
South Side Land Co B. 8 1 15 4831 .13 .07 .16 .36
South hide Land Co E. 8' 16 4831 .13 07 16 .36
South Side Land Co E. 8' 17 4831 .13 .07 .16 .36
South Side Land Co 10. 8' II 4831 .1?, 07 16 .36
o""';, LV.!'l rler W- 117> 19 483> 2.3:{ 1.34 .33 4.00
South Side Land Co 10. 8' 19 4831 .1(i .09 .16 .41
South Side Land Co B, 8' 20 4831 .22 12 17 .51
(jeo L. Frier W. 117 1 20 4831 3.21 1.84 .40 5.45
«■''";, uiV ir •i J "A, W. 117' 21 4831 4.3" 2.1H .49 7.32
South Side Land Co 10. *• 21 4831 .29 .17 .17 .68
South Side Land Co 10. 8 1 22 4S-.1 .34 .20 .18 .72
South Side I,and Co 10. 8 1 23 48.11 .70 40 20 130
HO3MRR-M SDKIM) ADDITIOX.
Z\ C\ 0T ?/ ?, OX 10 2 HI 5.06 .B6 8.94
Jonn c M. Crane 8 3 8 :32 3:0.i .66 8.94
Jennie M. Crane 9 j 7.64 4 . 38 .74 12.78
KKi'OMl AMF.NDATORV MAP OF A CERTAIN I AHT OF HOMMKH'S
ADDITION.
5/ 'I I!! oma" » 70 6.32 '3.06 .56 8.»4
w II Jt!° m" 10 70 532 »••• •" 8.14
w ! I!"""" ll 70 53;! «•»• •«• »•»«
w J IJ' Oma' 12 '• fi-32 3.0S .56 8.!)4
W. II«It; omaß « 70 5:12 3.0S .68 8.14
BeNßle C. Hutton 18 7» • MO 1.20 .81 R. 61
7^-nnox Inr. Co 17 71 4.53 2.5» .B0 7.6»
J^nnox Inr. Co IS n 7.81 4.4t .71 in 08
l-*nnox Inv. Co 1 71 7.83 4.4» .76 13 08
Jas. P. Comstock « 72 U. 6* S.Ol .98 17.62
Jae. 1\ Comstock 7 71 8.32 1.07 .56 8.95
mils ADDITION.
C. D. M'l,.;,n I 7J 4.80 f.76 .62 807
C. 7>. McLean I 7i 4.10 2.76 .62. 1.07
C. I). McLean 4 7« 4.«0 J. 75 .62 807
C. I). McLean I 7» 4.80 2.75 .52 8 07
C. D. Mcl^ean I 7* 1.92 l.Ot .30 1.1 l
WAPATO PARK.
A. A. rtiitiedKe 7 t 1.52 1.06 .fit 8 !>«
A. A. Rutledge I S 5.32 3.06 .58 894
BARKER 1* ADDITION.
F. L. Sheldon I 11 3x6 2.21 .45 6.6J
F. L.Sheldon 9 11 1.84 ».07 .81 l-fc7«
g£• Tear t 14 1.57 .t6 .18 XI
g- £■ Jear 10 14 1.74 1.00 .18 8.0
K. F, Tear 11 14 1.74 1.00 .18 3,»
L\ F. Tear 11 24 1,15 1.J4 .»» «»
.: K. Tear la 14 1.13 1.1 l .41 Sis
X r. Tear J 14 14 1.95 5.27 .48 S.S
Alhert Uuntley I It 14 R. 17 1.17 .55 l.t
Albert Cuntley A IS 14 8.32 80S .tt 8.1
Mra. J. 11. |i.-.-;..rd ..A II IS 1.74 1.00 .11 8.9
Mrs. J. B. 7)e Herd ..X. It 26 1.18 1.20 " - «" -
Mrs. .1 II Do Herd . . V 14 15 I.lt l.tl
Mm. J. M. Ue Ber<J II It 1.70 2.12 jfl
*"• ' MflMaaffi affaW^ '« 2t 4.1t JLAl^afl
F. U Proctor TTTM ■ffa^BtU 1 5
F. L. Pin. tor .. S I^^MBJgflH
Saturday, July 29, 19K

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