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The Sentinel=record. (Hot Springs, Ark.) 1900-current, May 24, 1914, SECOND SECTION, Image 10

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The
FRUIT
and
COLD DRINK
season Is at hand. Summer comfort
In fruit and drinks will be found here.
California Fruits are arriving dailv
and our soda fountain is dispensing
the coolest and most refreshing
drinks.
A Full Line of Choice
Fruits and Any
Fountain Drink
You Like
Is ready for you, 'at the
“JIM" AND “GEORGE,” Proprietors.
California Cherries Received Dally.
AMERICAN EAGLE
The Noted Registered
Saddle Horse.
No. M.-H, formerly belonging to Hoy
l.evi, uill mull" tin- reason of HIM ut
Howell Hill Slock Farm, 1-2 mil,>
from end of Oaklawn car lino on Hig
don Ferry road. Phone No. 420.
This stallion Is a handsome ma
hogany brown, is !> years old, 10
hands high and woi -lm 1,150 pounds.
He was exhibited 10 times in Ken
tucky : how ring and curried away 0
blue ribbons.
FEE $15.00 TO INSURE LIVING
FOAL.
Oakes Stable
For New Buqgies, Mountain Drive
Carriage*, Country Trip* and Drum
mer Work.
HENRY OAKES, Mgr.
117 Dower St. Phone 340
Calls answered nav or ut>9ht. Hoard
Ing heuses a specialty.
I! Hot Springs Abstract *
& Guaranty Co. |
■ > Up to date abstract* made and 4
| 1 abstracts continued and loans ^
i > negotiated. #
! 406 CITIZENS NATIONAL J
; , BANK BUILDING }
l I Phone 1098. •
K COHN
The Tailor
Announces the first shipment of
Bpriug and Summer Woolens- These
foods are the latest styies, fabrics
and colors The patterns are de
signed for the youna man. the middle
age man and the highest critic on
dress. We guarantee fit. style and
workmanship to he first class, at rea
sonable prices
N. COHN
THE TAILOR
418 Csntral Av*nu«.
FURNITURE
OUACHITA AVENUE.
Highest price* unlit n.r geennd hand fur
nlture. stove* and sewing irachlne*.
Gto. R Gower. Ch*». H. William*
INDEPENDENT FURNITURE CO.
NEW AND SECOND HAND.
T*leohon* 1647.
I HOT SPRINGS |
FOUNDRY CO.
High-Class
IRON, STEEL, BRASS AND I
j ALUMINUM CASTINGS |
Manufacturer* and Dealer* In
Structural Iron for Building*,
Gratings. Fire Escape* and Iron
Fences a Specialty.
Address, Valley and Runyan St».
TELEPHONE 1349. ;
t P. O Box 293.
BMM-n-.. .......
B. GROSS
Undertaker and Em
balrner
Prompt Ambulanse Service. Fun
eral Parlors.
112 Proepect Ave-—Old City Hall.
PHONE 29,
\
Delinquent Rejri Estate List
|Of Garland County, Arkansas, En
tered Delinquent on the 10th Day
of April, 1914, for the Year 1913.
The lands and lots and parts of lots re
turned delinquent in Garland county for the
year 1913, together with the taxes and penal
ties charged thereon agreeable to law, are con
tained and described in the following list, viz:
COUNTY
*0 2? H to > < H M £ H
® s 3 ° g 3 - a , ® £ a
*4 s' * ^ $ 6 “ S 2 J -
v- c r'* • *£ • ; o* p' ;; o 5 ^
Name p • *u • * p x «< ^ I- x
: i : • p £ *
. * . * * • r* ,
SOUTH OF THE BASE LINE
Crave JF.I't.NW SW 14 2 17 2 $100 $2,18 6-8 .21 $2,396-8
Win ker .1 VI.MIC NE 30 2 17 40 xu 1.75 .17 1.92
Vlullna Lmlir Co_NW NK 20 1 IX 40 6o 1.31 2-8 .13 1.44 2-8
l)uan Sarah.PtJNlW NW 31 1 18 38 70 1.53 6-8 .15 1.68 6-8
Godboliere VV l>Wtft.NiE.SVV 32 1 18 12 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
Godlmhere VV 1). .iPt.HE SW 32 I 18 20 40 .87 4 8 .08 .95 4 8
Co'lhetiere VV I). . Pt.NK NW. 5 2 18 18 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
Howard .1 P.PI .SWSW (J 2 18 5 10 21 7-8 .02 .23 7-1
Howard J P.NW NVV 7 2 18 41 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 f.-S
Howard .1 P.N'ASW 7 2 18 81 200 4 37 4-8 .43 4.80 4-8
Howard .1 I*.SWSW 7 2 18 41 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Meyers S.NIC NW 20 2 IS 40 15(1 3.28 1-8 .32 3.60 1-8
Meyers 8.SftNW 20 2 18 80 300 6 56 2-8 05 7.21 2-8
Meyers S.NW SW 20 2 IS 40 150 3.28 1-8 .32 3.60 1-8
May Elmore.W'/jNK 26 2 IS 80 *20 2.62 4-8 .26 2.88 4%
Merritt I.Milan II. . NE NW 28 2 18 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Meyers S.NB 34 2 18 160 400 8.75 .87 9.62
Irwin II A.WVii'NW 3 3 18 79 i60 3.50 .35 3.85
Znlier J T.NW SW 5 3 18 40 120 2.62 4 8 .26 2.88 4-8
I awreuce (1 VV Kst. .SVfciNW 32 3 18 80 mo 3.60 .35 3.85
Lawrence <1 \V Est.S'^NK 32 3 18 80 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Jones Ennna.Nl&N'K 6 I 18 85 240 5.2.7 .52 5.77
Jones Emma.NIC NW 6 4 IS 38 80 1.75 .17 1.92
K enner Mrs. It H.2 NE 6 1 19 90 1.96 7-8 .19 2.157-8
Eleanor .Mrs It H. . Lot 2 NE 6 1 19 120 2.62 4-8 .26 2.88 4-8
Eleanor Mrs R I*. .Imt 5 NE 6 1 19 120 2.62 4-8 .26 2.88 4 8
Eleanor Mrs « .Hot 6 NW 6 1 19 120 2.62 4-8 .26 2.88 4 8
Wlllooshliv It E.SW 13 1 19 160 330 7.00 .70 7.70
Grisham \Y A.NiK 15 1 19 160 260 5.68 6-8 .56 6.24 6-8
Nnrville A 1..SW NIC 17 I 19 40 SO 1.75 .17 1.92
Norville A.Ft.NWSB 17 1 19 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47.6-8
Dixon Jim E.SESE 17 1 19 4(1 si) 1.75 .17 1.92
Eddy E H.SWSW 18 1 19 51 80 1.75 .17 1.92
IKckson Rufus J SV- SW SE 21 1 19 2n 4o .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
O'Douiiell Janies. . . WHN’E 25 • I 19 80 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Kllnguian (’ I*’.(SMiMW ill 1 19 80 mo 3.50 .3;* 3.85
Klinsman <’ E.HV.S1C 31 1 19 81) 100 2.18 6-8 * .21 2.39 6-8
Kvans I Lee.EtySB 33 1 19 54 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Cotton K I. ..SWSW 1 2 19 40 200 4.37 1-8 .43 4.8(1 4 8
Howard J 1’ MUSE 1 2 19 xo 200 4 37 4-8 .43 4.80 4 8
I awreuce G W Eat.. SESE 2 2 19 40 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Evans .lime.NO. NIC 4 2 19 71 no 3.06 2 8 .30 3.36 2-8
Terry Gro.NlfrNW 4 2 19 68 NO 3.06 2-8 .36 3.36 2-8
Klingnian C E.W'-iNE 6 2 19 78 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Kllnfcman E E.W’ .NW « 2 19 75 ICO 3.50 .35 3.85
Klingnian C E.SK NW 6 2 19 37 SO 1.75 .17 1.92
IvlIiiRinan C E.NE SW 6 2 19 40 so 1.75 .17 1.92
Grown Albert lCst....SESE 9 2 19 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Howard .1 P.PUNE NE 12 2 19 14 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Hurt is A G Eat.S'-NYY 20 2 19 80 200 4 37 4-8 .43 4.8(1 4-8
Mortis A G ICst.Nl'-SW 20 2 19 80 300 6.56 2-8 .65 7.21 2-8
Koonce O T _PI SR SW 21 2 19 26 200 4.37 4 8 .43 4 80 4-8
f-'iern '(' N.iPt SKSW 21 2 19 6 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
MurK-ev (lias.. Pt NW SW 28 2 19 | 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
Pierson VV S.UndV. NiESE 23 2 19 2(1 100 2.18 (5-8 21 2.39 0-8
F,ld> I'll ..I'mHiN'WSIO 23 2 19 20 100 2.18 6 8 .21 2.39 6-8
Carnett VS. N ’NE 26 2 19 80 «;,o 14.21 7 8 1.42 15.63 7-8
Windsor (5 PI OsN’W NW 27 2 19 2 20 . 43 6-8 .<*4 .47 6 8
Dobbins & Moore Pt.SW NK 29 2 19 1 50 1.09 3-K .10 1.19 3-8
Keholrt E K..IM NWMWNB 35 2 (9 in t;,( 1 31 2 8 .13 1.44 2 8
Oart (' J.Pl.SWNW 56 2 19 2 ro 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Dickson .1 ('.. . Pt.SW NW 2 3 19 3 Hi .21 7-8 3(2 .23 7-8
llavs Bros # Co Pt.SW NVV 2 3 19 1 10 .21 7-8 02 .23 7-8
I,,, lie W.Pt NW 10 3 19 12 BOO 10.936 8 1.09 12.026-8
I nvson W S NEC (NW NW 10 3 19 H>0 2.18 6-8 .21 2.396-8
I .aw son W S. NW C NB NW 10 3 19 loo 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Nixon Mrs Bertha. .NW SE 11 3 19 40 200 4 37 4 8 .43 4 80 4 8
| Christian Prank.SENE 13 3 19 40 120 2.62 4 8 .20 2.88 4 8
* ten rill .1 1“.Pt.NWSE 14 3 19 40 .87 4 8 ns .95 4-8
Martin .1 T.PI SE SW 15 3 19 9 100 2.18 0-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Sanders W B. .Pt.l-ot 13»E 16 3 19 6 90 1.96 7 8 .19 2.15 7 8
Hi,.tt \| \.Pt NW NVV 17 3 19 2 200 4 37 1-8 .43 4 80 4 8
St.arm. .lame-. PI SE SW 17 3 19 HI .21 7-8 .02 .23 7 8
Durham Kobt. . NK NE NW 18 3 19 2 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Sher'oeh Vineent.pt NK SW’ 20 3 19 I in .21 7-8 .02 .23 7-8
.Johnson D I.Pt VV .NE 22 3 19 60 300 6.56 2-8 .6 5 7.24 2 8
C.ehl PriC.Pl.SWNW 23 3 19 .8 20 .43 6 8 .04 17 6-8
Spurllu Sarah E SESE 23 5 19 40 150 3.28 1-8 .12 3 60 1 8
Greeu John Pt.VVC.WV NE 25 8 19 7 30 .65 5 8 (.6 .715 8
Terri Tom.HM-NESE 34 3 19 20 10 .87 4 8 .08 .95 1 8
Parker .11 s_WMiNVV SE 35 3 19 40 87 4 s .08 .95 4 8
Barker II S_W.c.SVV SE 35 3 19 40 .87 1-8 .08 .95 4 8
St 1,1 VtiSHUCo. 3K8VV 1 4 19 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
McLain DF.Pt.SW SE 7 4 U» 1 in .217-8 , .02 .23 7-8
Dukes J A.SW SW 8 I 19 40 200 4 37 4-8 .43 4.80 1 8
Kdil> p ||.SESE 13 1 20 40 50 . 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 5-8
VVeldon.l L. ..NE SE 21 1 20 40 50 .99 3 8 .09 1.083-8
Weldon .1 1.J..SESE 21 1 20 40 50 .99 3 8 .09 1.08 3 8
Weldon .1 I, VVc.SW 22 1 20 .80 10(1 2.18 Os .21 2.39 0-8
F,dd\ P II.NENE 24 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
lni.lx F II .SENE 24 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Banks James. K .. S’-.SE 28 1 20 80 120 2.62 4 8 26 2.88 4.8
Banks Janies K.NVV NK 33 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1 19 3-8
Banks .lames K. .. .NE NW 33 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Phillips Mary J_ SESW 35 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Phillips Mary J.SW SE 35 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Klitmman c F.SESE 36 1 20 40 5n 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Klinpman (' F.E’._.NE 1 2 20 so nW> 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Punk e.' ,1 M.1 -3 NE SE 2 2 20 13 30 .65 5-8 .06 .71 5-8
Duttklee .1 VI_1-5 SE SW 2 2 20 12 30 .65 5-8 .06 .71 5-8
Dlinkle# .1 M.1-3 SW SE 2 2 20 13 50 .65 5-8 .06 71 5-X
iDunklee, .1 M.1-3 SESE 2 2 20 13 30 .65 5-8 .(Hi .715-8
Philips .las 11.VVC.NVV 4 2 20 86 100 2.1S/.-S .21 2.39 0-8
Phillips .las 11 NVfcSW 4 2 20 80 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
CoppeC-h Mary E.SElNtW 10 2 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Coppeeh Mary E....NB9W 10 2 2(1 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Coppech VIarv E....SESVV 10 2 20 40 80 1.75 .1. 1.92
Coppeoh Mary F,_SW SE 10 2 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
liradv S H ...... NMjNE NVV 16 2 20 2(1 40 .87 4 8 .08 .95 1 8
Owens Albert A SCaNK NVV 16 2 20 2,1 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
Brady S H_WO*NVV NVV 16 2 20 20 44 .87 4-8 .08 .9 .4 8
Owens Albert A SV>NVV NW 16 2 20 2(1 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
Seymour W F.SW NW' 16 2 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
4’opelIn Mrs N .1. . . .SE NW 16 2 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Smith S .1.NE SW 16 2 20 40 5n 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
del,hart J C.VVUsNE 18 2 20 So 200 4.37 4-8 .43 4.80 4 8
Bruner Glen L. . W*MjNE SVV 20 2 20 20 30 .65 5-8 .06 .71 5-8
Brutier Glen L.. K'*,,NE »W 20 2 20 20 30 .65 5-8 .06 .71 58
l-tiHid-'Mton T. L...SWNW 22 2 20 40 tin 1.212 8 .13 1.412-8
Green .1 VV .SW SW 25 2 20 10 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Daniel* VV R _NVV NVV 27 2 20 40 120 2.62 4-8 .26 2.88 1 8
Met',.nil-hi las ..NENE 30 2 20 to loo 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Jehrifcon J VV List_NF. SE 32 2 20 40 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
■erab(re, JC... R'^NK NW 56 2 20 9 40 .87 4 8 .08 .95 t-s
Crabtree S I Pt.Kb,NE SW 36 2 20 1 10 21 7-8 .02 .23 7 8
Green I VV.NVV NVV 36 2 20 40 80 1 75 .17 1.92
l.lwle Henry A SVV NW 9 3 20 40 100 2 18 6 8 .21 2.39 6-8
Moon* Oh,. .HE C-or NK NE 12 3 20 I 30 65 5 8 .06 71 5 8
Gardner Geo W Ms,. NVV SE 15 3 20 4(1 100 2 18 6-8 21 2 39 6-8
Wright Kd H.NVV SW 17 3 20 40 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Ford H ®.Pt.NWftW 18 :i 20 18 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
Ford H B.8W 8W IS It 20 4 1 100 2.IS « S .21 2.29 6 s
Hobgood L A & Ida W%»Wr 30 3 20 so 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Banks J H .Pt.SWNW 32 3 20 36 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Lester R W.NW 35 3 20 160 320 7.00 .70 7.70
Lester R W.Pt.NESW 35 3 20 27 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Lester 1+ W.MWSW 35 3 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Thurman .1 1).®W 36 3 20 160 320 7.00 .70 7.70
Terry II V.NWSB 36 3 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Wright Lee.NW N'W 7 4 20 48 80 1,75 .17 1.92
Bogan (Jeo_lEIPtSWNW 7 4 20 15 30 .65 5-8 .06 .71 5-8
Lane Jno V..StfcNE 8 4 20 80 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Lane Jno <'.NESW 8 4 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Lane Jno C.NB4SE S 4 20 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Bunders KB.W%«E 11 4 20 SO 200 4.37 4-8 43 4.80 4 8
Ussery .las M.NK NW 25 2 20 40 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Ussery Jas M.NW NE 25 2 21 40 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Valley Planing Mill Co. NW 11 2 21 160 320 7.00 .70 7.70
Richardson W F....SBSH 4 3 21 40 SO 1.75 .17 1.92
Vanderberg J L...Pt.SENE 13 3 21 3o 00 1 96 7-8 .19 2.15 7-8
Mathews .I W. .. W'Mr.NR NE 14 3 21 20 40 .87 4-8 .08 95 4 8
Mathews .1 W . Pt.NWNE 14 3 21 38 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Mathews E W. .. Pt.BW N'E 14 3 21 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23 7-8
Mathews E W....Pt.SBiNB 14 3 21 4 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23 7-8
Mathews E VV.. . Pt.NBNW 14 3 21 36 70 1.53 1-8 .15 1.68 1-8
Crate Marv A.NE NE 15 3 21 5 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23 7 8
Crim Louis.3BSE 23 3 21 40 SO 1.75 .17 1.92
Crlm Louis.NESE 23 3 21 40 100 2.18 6-8 21 2.39 6-8
Hobgood LA & Ida..®ESE 25 3 21 40 100 2 IS 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Baldwin Leonard... .SE SE 31 3 21 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Baldwin Leonard.. .StySW 32 3 21 80 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Baldwin Leonard.. .SW SB 32 3 21 40 50 1.09 J-S .10 1.19 3-8
Rowel! Cubb.SENE 33 3 21 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Howell. Cubb.NESE 33 3 21 40 120 2.62 4-8 .26 2.88 4.8
Howe V 1.PLNiWNW 34 3 21 10 30 .65 5-8 .06 .7.1 5-8
Sutton H I & A M..SENW 3 4 21 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Sutton H I & A M.-NMieW 3 4 21 80 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Sutton H I & A M..8WSW 3 4 21 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Booth .1 O.SESW 3 4 21 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Childs B F.S14NW 4 4 21 70 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Wilkerson T J.NK NE 7 4 21 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Walker Jas.INK NE 8 4 21 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Brantley .1 E.SENE 8 4 21 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Walker Jaa.Pt.NE NW 8 4 21 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 47 6-8
Davis Jno M.WVfeNW 8 4 21 80 160 3.50 .25 .3.85
Brantley J E.W>4N W 9 4 21 80 1(9. 3.50 .35 3.85
Brantley J E.SE 9 4 21 160 320 7.00 .70 7.70
Chitwood Mrs A It. SIC NK 3 3 22 39 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Chitwood Mrs A Jt..N'!4SE 3 3 22 80 160 3.50 .35 3.85
Norman N 1.8’48VV 7 3 22 79 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Norman N I.SW SE 7 3 22 40 50 1.09 3 8 .10 1.19 3-8
Tallent S P.NE NE 21 3 22 40 Co 1.31 2-8 .13 1 44 2 8
Talent Ernest.SENE 31 3 22 40 (ill 1 31 2-8 .13 1.44 2 8
Menser S W.Pt.NE SW 24 3 22 12 30 .65 5-8 .06 .715 8
Menser 8 W.Pt.NE SE 24 3 22 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 47 6 8
Menser S W.Pt.NW SE 24 3 22 20 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
Ford ‘H B.NE 26 3 22 160 320 7.00 .70 7.70
Ford 11 II.Pt.NW SE 2G 3 22 25 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Small Monroe.NW NE 9 4 22 40 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Emory F E.Pt.SESE 9 4 22 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
NORTH OF THE BASE LINE
Bunch Dora E.VV4NW 9 1 19 .80 100 2.18 6 8 21 2.39 6 8
Bunch Dora E.W>4SW 9 1 19 80 IHc 2.40 5.8 .24 2.64 5-8
Rogers J H.NE NE 11 1 19 40 60 1.19 3-8 .11 1.30 3-8
Ragsdale Geo C. .. .SW NW 13 1 19 40 50 .99 3-8 .09 1.08 3-8
Ragsdale, Geo C .. NW SW 13 1 19 40 50 .99 3-8 .09 1.08 3-8
Newkirk O R.NE SW 18 t 19 40 60 1 312-8 .13 1.44 2-8
Newkirk (1 E_Pt.NW SE 18 1 19 10 30 .65 5-8 .(Hi .715 8
Sims Jasper.SW NE 27 1 19 40 60 1.19 3-8 .11 l.hnJ-X
Wilson J T.Pt.'SWSW 29 1 19 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 23 7-8
White T Newt Bst. . SESE 36 1 19 40 60 1.19 3-8 .11 1.30 3-8
Hamilton Jno I.SE NW' 28 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Nelms Jas W.SENE 34 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Nelms Jas W.NViSE 34 1 20 80 loo 2.1X6 8 .2) 2 39 6-8
Nelms .Tas W.SW NW 35 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .1" 1.19 3.-8
Johnston Thos_PtjNKSB 36 1 20 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Johnston Thos.NWSE 36 1 20 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Keener Chas F.SW NE 34 1 21 40 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Teal H 4’.Pt.SE NE 34 1 21 3 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23 7-8
Keener Thos.Pt.SE NE 34 1 21 3 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23 7-8
No es J Y.Pt.SE SW 14 1 22 20 .43 6-8 .04 ,4< 6-8
BOULEVARD ADDITION IN SEC, 3 TWP. 3 S. R. 19 W.
Noland, Agnes .1 5 $ 50 $ 1.09 3-8 .10 $ 1.19 3-8
Noland, Agnes .2 5 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
No and. Agnes .3 5 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Sheffey, Mrs. A R.6 11 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Houseman. Martha _1-3 7 21 50 1.093 8 .10 1.19 3-8
Hou serin an. Martha _ 1 3 8 21 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Houseman, Martha ,...1-3 9 21 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Laimkins. Jno. H.35 23 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3 8
Kumklns, .Tho H.36 23 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-X
Sullivan, Millie M., .47 23 50 1.093-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Sullivan. Millie M .48 23 50 1.09 3-8 10 1 19 3-8
Sulilvan. Millie M .49 23 50 1.09 3 8 .10 1.19 3-8
Sullivan, Mi’lie M.50 23 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
ELDORADO SUBD. NW NW SEC. 2 TWP. 3 S. R 19 W.
Gregory, C. E .3 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Gregory, C. E.4 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Gregory, <\ E. .5 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Gregory, C. E.6 2 10 .217-8 .02 .23-7-8
Gregory. C. E.7 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Gregory, V. E.8 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Gregory, C. E.9 2 10 .21 7 8 .02 .23-7-8
Gregory, C. E. .10 2 10 21 7-8 .02 .23 7 8
EUCLID HEIGHTS SUBD. E.'2 NW.% SEC. 3 TWP. 3 S. R. 19 W.
Haycock Chas.4 3 150 3.28 I S .32 3.60 1-8
Merkerson, Lettie .3 9 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Merkerson, Lettie .4 9 10 .21 7-8 9*2 .23-7-8
Merkerson. Lottie .5 9 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Hear State Reoltv Co.8 9 10 .217 8 .02 .23-7-8
Daily, Burl .6 14 10 21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Hu tier, Joe .6 22 30 .65 5*8 .06 ,71 5-8
King, lOthel L...6 26 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Hear Stiile Realty Co.4 27 30 .65 5-8 .06 .715-8
Hear State Realty Co.5 27 30 .65 5-8 .06 .715-8
Bear State Realty' Cv.6 27 30 .65 58 .06 .71 5-8
Bear State Really Co.7 27 30 .65 5-8 .06 .715-8
Bear State Realty Co. ....8 27 30 .65 58- .06 .715-8
Hear State Realty Co. 9 and 10 31 2d .43 6-8 .01 .47 6 9
FORREST HILL ADDITION E. PT. W' SW. '4 SEC. 19 TWP. 3 S. R. 19 W.
Davidson, R. C..7 6 Id .21 7 8 .02 .23-7 8
Dickson, Belle H. ’.9 « 10 .21 Y S .02 .23-7 8
Watson, <Jeo. M.2 8 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
He'denberg, Mrs. Frank ....8 8 Id .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Summers, V, 1.9 8 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Yeager, H. B.9 9 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Sluncel, G L.9 10 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Heldenberg. Mrs. Frank _1 22 10 .217-8 M .23 7 8
IDlffie, .1. A.4 26 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Kolm L. (Tax 1912) .2 30 30 .65 5.9 .06 .71 5-8
Hot Springs Devel. Co.6 31) 30 .65 5.8 .06 .71 5-8
Price. R. (1.7 32 30 .65 5,8 .06 .715 8
Price. K. G .8 32 30 .65 5,8 .06 .71 5-8
Hot Springs Devel. Co.1 34 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Hot Springs Devel. Co.2 34 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
FAIRDALE ADDITION PT. W.'/2 SEC. 9 TWP. 3 S. R. 19 W.
White, Rufus .1 2 500 10.93 6-8 1.09 12.02 6-8
Horae Builders* Ass'n ....17 6 80 1.75 .17 1.92
Home Builders’ Ass'n .9 7 80 1.75 .17 1.92
la>ng. M. V. Kst.27 12 50 1.093-8 .10 1.19 3-8
l ong. M V. Kst.28 12 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Horae Builders Ass'n. 2 17 30 .65 5,8 .06 .715-8
Reed C W.3 20 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Reed. €. W.4 20 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6-8
Oonahoo, F. F.15 24 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Oonahoo. F. F. 1 25 20 .43 6-8 .04 ,47 6 8
Home Builders Ass'n ....10 25 20 ,43 0-8 .04 .47 6 8
Home Builders' Ass'n _11 27 20 .43 0-8 .04 .47 6 8
GANTTS ADDITION IN SE.'/4 NW.'i SEC. 28 TWP. 2 S. R. 19 W.
Lowery. Joe .5 S pt. "N" 100 2.18 0-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Gantt. M. R.6 S pt. * N" 100 2.18 0-8 .21 2.39 6-8
INTERURBAN HEIGHTS ADDITION N.'/2 NE.'4 AND SE.'/4 NE.'4
SEC. 34 TWP. 2 S. R. 19 W.
Goode, W. T.5 5 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Smith. H. 0.7 5 10 .21 7-8 .02 23-7-8
Setter, Mrs. C. .1 7 10 .21 7 8 .02 .23-7 8
Odom, Geo. 4 8 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Ta'ntage, F A .3 9 HI .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
1-51 wards. W S.X 21 10 .21 7-8 .04! .23-7-8
Ronton. W. C.9 21 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Hammer. A. J.7 22 1« .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Sniff. A. O.X 23 10 .217-8 .02 .23-7-8
Young. A J . 9 26 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23 7 8
Powell, W . B.4 36 10 21 7-8 .02 23-7 8
Kaldenberg. Louis .5 43 10 21 7-8 .02 .23-7 1
Mart ox, F. M.4 44 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
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Mattox, F. M. ....!.5 44 1» 2 7-8 .02 .23-7 8 4
Swiml .. 1 4,: 10 -217'8 ’"2 •2lJ7'<
False, O A. .4 46 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
W W ri.n Italic .2 "A" 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Jo M I-'. .....!.2 •• B" 10 -21 7-8 .02 .23-7 .8
Roberts L V 2 "R" 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
KILGORE & WILSON’S ADDITION PT. NE.14 NW.'/4 SEC. 28 TWP.
O s R 19 W
Johnson. Marla .*.7 *'D” 100 2.18 6 8 .21 2.3!) 6-8
Johnson Marla '.8 “D" 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Johnson Marla .9 “l>” 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Johnson! .Marijr ,.All "K” 100 2.18 6 8 .21 2.39 6 8
LOYD SUBD. OF PT. NW. SW.'/j SEC. 8 TWP 3 S. R. 19 W.
Cunningham. J. A.12 2 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Cunningham, J. A. .1> 2 10 .1 <8 ... ..., , 8
MELLARD & BELDING ADDITION PT. SWJ/4 SW-Vi SEC. 34 TWP. 2
S R 19 W
Bean,'.Mary A.’.,..,...30 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Hooks \ '.'..1.58 20 .4.1 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Norman. E..!.90 30 .65 5-N .06 .715-3
Nonman, P., .91 30 .65 5-8 .06 .715-8
Bennington, J. M.H7 30 .K M .06 .715-8
Walker J M .195 10 217-8 .0- -2.17 8
smith *f if.::::.s%2«r, »« -;;2
Wilson, M. 1).NVi215 10 2 7-8 .11- 8
Bin 1th, F. L.R Vi 216 10 -2] 7-8 .02 -23-7 8
Wi son, M. D.,NVi210 10 -17-8 .0- .... , 8
OAKLAWN ADDITION, FORMERLY LOUGHRAN & McLEMORE’3
ADDITION IN SEC. 8 TWP. 3 S. R. 19 W.
Bryan, C. <4., Jr....« 1 350 7.65 5-8 .76 «-41 '.-S
itrvan C Cl Jr .7 1 350 7.6a a-8 .16 8.41 i k
lisle’ll *11 '..15 I 500 10.93 6-8 1.09 12.02 6-8
Hale If H .j.16 1 200 4.37 4-8 .43 4.80 4-8
o-g Chas. A.1 4 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
(Burns Florence .......9 6 250 5.46 7-8 .54 6.00 7-8
Calhoun, .ft!.1 12 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
K’nlhfRiii PH 2 12 50 1.0.12*8 .10 1.19 3*8
Calhoun! ii ,u! !!!!!!!!!!!. 3 12 r.o 1.093-8 .10 1.193.3 J
Calhoun E. B.....4 12 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.W3-3 ]
Calhoun! E. B.5 12 50 1.093-8 10 1.19 3-8
Calhoun, E. H.6 12 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.1.) .1-8
Calhoun E. H.7 12 , 50 1.09 3 8 10 19 3 8
Calhoun. E. H.....8 12 50 1.09 3-8 .16 9 3-3
Calhoun, R. B.» >2 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19.1-8
O’BRYAN’S SUBD. IN SW!/4 SE. 64 AND SE '/i SWVi SEC. 8 TWP. 3.
S.'tR. 19 W.
Sullivan, .Jit'ia L.1 "K'' 50 1.09 3-8 .10
Sullivan. Julia 1,.2 “E” 200 4.37 4-8 .43 4.80 4-8
Sullivaii, Julia L.NM*3 “E” 120 2.02 4-8 -26 2.88 4-8
iSullivan, Julia 1.5 “E" 40 .87 4-8 .08 .95 4 8
iThomas, Lyman, .% 12 1-6 11 “E” 250 5.46 7-8 .54 6.00 7-8
Stuart, Susan ..6 "I” 40 .81 4-8 .08 ,9a 4-8
TOWN OF PEARCY
Moore E D.43 1 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7 8
Moore. E. D.41 1 10 217-8 .02 23-7-8
Elswiok, .1. W.15 7 10 .21 7-8 .02 -23-r-8
Moore, J. M. ..6 13 10 .21 7-8 .02
Moore. J. M.7 13 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Moore, J. M.4 15 10 .21 i-S .02
Hale. 1). 0.7 15 1" .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
Hale, D. 0.8 15 10 .21 7-8 .02 .23-7-8
PULLMAN HEIGHTS ADDITION IN NW.'/4 NW.'i SEC. 28 TWP. 2 S.
R. 19 W.
Eddy F H .8 4 50 1.093*8 .10 1.19 3-8
Eddy] f] 1-j] ]]]]]]]]]]]]]] ]9 4 50 1.093-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Eddy, F. H.10 4 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Eddy, F. H.11 4 60 1.09 3-8 .10 1 19 3 8
RECTOR & MOORE’S ADDITION EJ'j SW 1 4 AND W.1 , SEJ/4 SEC.
21 TWP. 2 S. R. 19 W.
Collins, Isaltella . 7 6 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Collins, Isabella .1 20 30 .65 58 .06 .71 -»-S
RICHARDS & McCAFFERTY SUBD, OF LOTS 1 AND 2 BLOCK 9
WOODLANDS ADDITION.
MeJunken, Etta . 1 9 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
MeJunken, Etta .2 9 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6-8
MeJunken. Etta .3 9 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
MeJunken, Etta . 4 9 20 .42 0-8 u! -47 u s*
MeJunken, Etta .5 9 20 .43 6-8 .04 47 0 9^
MeJunken, Etta .6 9 20 .43 6 8 .Of # ,47 ■
MeJunken, Etta .7 9 20 .43 6-8 .04
MeJunken, Etta .8 9 20 .43 6-8 .04 -4^ 6 8 ■
MeJunken, Etta ..9 9 20 .43 6-8 .04 -4^'>8 ^
MeJunken, Etta ..10 9 20 .43 6-8 .04 .4, 6 8
RICHARDS & McCAFFERTY’S SUBD. OF LOTS 1, 2 AND 3, BLOCK 10
OF WOODLANDS ADD.
Steenberg, .1. A. 1 10 20 .43 6-8 .01 .17 6-8
Steenberg, J. A. 2 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6-8
Steenberg, J. A. 3 10 20 ,43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Steenberg. .1. .A. 4 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 68
Steenberg, J. A. 5 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .41 6 8
Steenberg, J. A. 6 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Steenberg. J. A. 7 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
Steenberg, J. A. .. 8 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 68
Steenberg, J, A. 9 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .4. 6-8
Steenberg, J. A.10 10 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6 8
RUSH SUBD. LOTS 5 AND PART OF 6 OF NW', SEC. 16, TWP. 3 S.
R. 19 W.
Sutton. Kate 0. 7 1 20 43 G-S .04 47 6 8
Sutton, Kate 0. 8 1 150 3.28 1-8 .32 3.60 1-8
Sutton, Kate 0. 6 3 20 .43 6 8 .04 .47 6 8
Sutton, Kate 0. 7 3 20 .43 6-8 2>4 .47 6 8
Sutton, Kate <_>. 8 3 20 * .43 6-8 .0+ .47 6 8
Harwood, Annie .. 14 4 20 .43 6-8 .04 .47 6-8
SCHULTICE’S ADDITION NW \/4 SB \/4 SEC. 4, TWP. 3 S. R. 19 W.
Peterson, Oeo. 7 1 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
SMITH’S ADDITION PT. NW V4 NE 1 4 SEC, 8, TWP. 3, S. R. 19 W.
Helronymus, H. 5 1 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Heironymus, H. 6 1 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
Winchester, Louise . 7 1 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
McConnell. J. S., Tr. I 2 150 3.28 1-8 .33 3.60 1-8
Jackson. Joe and Eetella .. 7 2 150 .3,28 1-8 .3® 3.60 1-8
SMITH'S ADDITION IN S SW SEC. 4, TWP. 3, S. R. 19 W.
Dean, Tobe . 33 2 150 3.28 1-8 .32 3.(ill 1-8
Burk, M. 8. Pt.37 2 loo 8.186-8 .21 2.396-8
VISTA HEIGHTS. PT. NE' 4 NW ' 4, SEC. 9. TWP. 3.. S. R. 19 W.
Valley Planing Mill .22 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
Valley Planing Mill .23 50 1.09 3-8 .10 1.19 3-8
WESTBROOK ADD. PT. SW' \ NW'4 SEC. 28, TP. 2, S. R. 19 W.
Carroll, D. A.Pt.4 1 200 4.37 4-8 .43 4.80 4-8
Koonce, O. T. 6 2 300 6.56 2 8 .65 7.21 2 8
WOODLAND SUBD. IN NE'4 SW'4, NW',4 SE''4 AND PT. E'/2 SE'/4, ■'*
SEC. 6, TWP. 3, S. R. 19 W.
Tweedie, A.Pt,4 3 100 2.18 &K .21 2.39 6-8
Tweedie, W. M.Pt.4 3 100 2.18 (.-8-’ ^ .21 2.39 6 8
Wesson, Utehard .Pt.2 4 50 1.09 3 8 ^10 1.19 3-8
Bryant. S. J.NW Cor 4 14 20 .43 6-8 <44 .47 6 8
LIST OF PROPERTY PT. NW'/4. NE'4, SEC. 8, TP. 3, S. R. 19 W.
Evans. T. T. 3 100 2.18 0-8 .21 2.39 6-8
LIST OF PROPERTY SE'^ NW'/4, SEC. 8, TP. 3, S. R. 19 W.
Rutherford, J. R.Pt.l 150 3.28 1-8 .32 3.60 1-8
LIST OF PROPERTY NW'/4 NW'/4 SEC. 8, TP. 3, S. R. 19 W.
Bailey, W. II. 4 100 2.18 6-8 .21 2.39 6-8
LIST OF PROPERTY ISW'^ NW'/4 SEC. 8, TP. 3, S. R. 19 W.
Waldron, P. Est.1 200 4.37 4-8 .43 4.80 4-8
LIST OF PROPERTY NW SW SEC. 8, TWP. 3 S., R. 19 W.
Ream, H. II.5 :j00 6.56 2-8 .65 7.212-8
CITY OF HOT SPRINGS_
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2 © 2. a 0.2
2 p „ p
77 C. T) — d
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: : R „ tR
nam k— : : :
Murray, Rlsle .WV47 3 200 5.37 4-8 .53 5.90 4-S
FrU'e, .Ini*, .8 5(K> l;:.43'64t 1.34 14.77 0*
i’rice, .1 rtha .V...PI.0 X 350 <*.406-8 .94 10.316*
KtWleslon, Frank .Ft. .i 11 g#o 1.3 43 8-8 1.34 14.77 0 8 .
Ilmlsnn. J. II. . .. 2 11 300 ft.'tf 2-X .80 8.80 2* '
Verhov..), Alev .Ft. 1 17 000 (10 12 * 8 1.01 17.73 4 *
la.kson, Osborn Rst. ..Ft.li 18 250 0,717 8 .07 7.38 7 8
Fi ane, Heheoos .Ft. 8 18 450 12.09 3-8 1.20 13.29 3 8
Ware, B. P. 7 ix 350 ‘MO'S* .94 10.3*5-8
Unknown . 1 21 200 6.37 4-8 .53 5.90 4-8

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