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by £sso / SOIONG,DEAR PAIS,YOUVE SERVED ME WEU.'I THE TALE OF ESSOIENE TO TElt, roOWOSEWHCiVETWEDITSOON DETECT l Cssol6 tlQ puanaateed SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE I For the Week-End We Have a Full Line of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Nice tat frying size chickens, full assortment of plain and layer cakes and bakery specials. M. 6. EVANS Phones 162-163. ! GRANDMOTHER’S PAN LOAF - - 6c SLICED BREAD- 16 ”-8c I [A BEST FOODS nut NiipnA BUTTER nUbUM iDOWN CAKE FLOUR PACKAGE 29c ■ HOUSE COFFEE lb. 33c 1 Flavors 3 pkgs. 20c N FLAKES pkg. 10c TS .. Pkg. 20c PE NUT FLAKES PKG. 9c POPULAR BRANDS CIGARETTES Carton SI .201 PLUS STATE TAX aaaHHaaaHHHaBBaMMBBaBa nnaBEanBaBiBBi IH COOKING OIL PINT CAN, 17c I TOILET TISSUE 2 rolls 15c TOMATO JUICE pint bottle 15c <AG INSECTICIDE pint 39c )LIVE OIL Vi pint can 35c REDDED WHEAT 2 PKGS. 25c s house Palmolive ... 2 Bars, 9c ILK SOAPS Sana 17c || Camay Bar 5c II large juicy, doz. , golden ripe, 4 lbs. 25c ound stringless, lb. _ 10c jrs, fresh green, 2 lbs. . 15c Advertise For Results HENDERSON, (N. C.) DaILY DISPATCH, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1531 ' Conservationist Board Men Learn Heap About Fish Daily Bureau, In the Sir Walter Hotel, Raleigh, Aug. 17—Some of the new ly appointed members of the Board of Conservation and Development ment who attended their first hear ing of the appeals of the commercial fishermen held recently in the City Hall at Morehead City, learned a lot about the tastes of fish as well as men. Not all of the members are eastern ers who know best the habits of fish Some of these representatives come from the uplands. They, therefore were highly impressionistic, were in terested and amused at. the explana tion of the fisherman from Neuse riv er area when he told why there har not been so many shad in the recent as in the former years. With all the attendant oratory an dearnestness o' presentation it was explained that the shad had not been able to keep pace with the flourish of its enemies, that “shad, roe is a delicacy with the eels the catfish, the frog, the terrapii • known by up-staters as tarpin), tur tie (called turkle in Piedmont North Carolina), carps, snakes, bass, and even the Connecticut Yankee.” Undoubtedly, if the scientists car. be trusted, all these enemies may b< at work to prevent the maturing o! the shad, aristocrat of the fish bn i.evretheless the underdog of the wat ers because every form of animete na ture seems to pick on him. The con servationists would like to do some thing about it and in the doing hel r the commercial fishermen. But wha* can be done with the ’limited re sources at thejr command is not plain now and is quite another thing. It is interesting to note the import ant work that is being dune for thf propagation of the shad in the State’ inland waters and within the past 10 years the Edenton hatchery alone has released over 22,330,000 fry of an average of nearly 2,250,000 a year Commenting on the work in shad pro paganda a director of the Bureau of Fisheries recently declared: “The cause of economy regulations all of our fish hatching and nearing opera tions have been reduced considerably and in many cases discontinued in definitely, but the commissioner is particularly interested in this work a Edenton and is doing everything pos sible t omaintain the production of this station with such funds as are aaivlable.’ Births And Deaths Increase In July (Continued from Page One.) typhoid fever, other evidence of a successful campaign against one oi the most of all murderer: in North Carolina. In time the Stats Board of Health believes it will rou! utterly this disease, thb immemoria terror of the older physicians. But measles increased from 6 to 13 whooping cough from 35 to 66, cancel from 119 to 135, diarrhea from 87 t< 246, appendicities from 29 to 39, and syphilitic deaths from 19 to 23. These are not good signs and the doctors do notl ike them. They think too many women die in chilcnirth and too many children die after birth. How ever, there was other encouragement in the drop in the puerpal septicae mia from the luckless 13 or Juiy, 1933, to 6 for 1934. Hhe suicidal results were almost unchanged, 35 dying oy their own hands in July of a year ago and 33 in July of this year. This was more than offset by a sort ot midsummer madness which resulted in 28 homicides for July, 1933, and 36 for the month just co&pleted. Automobiles stood almost still the conventional killer. They slew 52 >ast July and 53 this July. Railroad accidents killed 4 in 1933 July and 21 in the 1934 July. Influenza fell off from 15 to 10, pulmonary tuberculosis from 164 to 155 and the other factors in the 639 excess deaths are unim portant. The birth gains almost matched the death losses. Eternal vigilance, the State Board still makes the price of health as it i the guarantee of liberty The State Board has had with reduced revenue lost much of the protection against disease, inadequate means working serious damage. Diseases traceable to undernourishment might have play ed a huge part. The department evi dntly has overcome those handicaps. Scramble Likely For Allen’s Post (Continued from Page One.) portant. Major Allen’s tenure was marked by three major contests, one with the doctors as to medical feo, one with y&e Hillsboro physician who was attached for contempt of court, and a third with the insurance com panies on the issue of rates. Major Allen said today that he was pleased with the way each issue turned out. The courts held with him on the con tempt proceedings and the insurance commissioner held down the rates on compensation insurance. If only a good regular lawyer is regarded for the appointment the im pression here is that Archie Me- Laurin Graham, of Clinton, will re ceive the nod. There ar well known labor men who would like further rep resentation on the commission. Com missioner Wilson once was president of the State Federation of Labor. It is not probable that an Ehringhaua foe in the 1932 campaign will be chosen and his excellency can very easily narrow his field to hts own sup porters 1 La Batt Released Io Toron to Suburb In Early Morning (Continued from Page One.) demanded was not paid, for the abduc tors released their victim as the Cana dian police,, including the famous (Royal Mounted, moved ahead with ! British tenacity to get their men. “Cold feet,” commented an authority who disclosed that officials were de fermined to make an example of these, first “snatch” gangsters in Canada’s history. Laßatt was unharmed, but In a high<- ly nervous state, which sent him. to bed. Police surrounded his hojp t e, where he was reunited with his wife and children, visitor swere not admitted, but a friend said he had not been physically injured. The brewer suffers irom a heart ailment. His family had suffered an guish in his absence, for they fegrefl the strain of his experience would, kill him. His brother, Hugh, who drew the $150,000 from a bank in an effort to meet the abductors’ demands, had pleaded with police to be given the opportunity to pay and see his brother alive again. But the Canadian po.lice, ringing his hotel in Toronto with a cordon of Notlee of Sale at Land For Taxes North Carolina, County* City of HenderAoi), The following named persons having failed to pay their taxes for the year 1933, due the City of HendeysQn* I h*iy& this day .evied on the following real estate, situated in the City, of Hend erson, which 1 will sell at the Court House Door in Vancje County on Monday. September 10,. 1934, at 12 o'clock Nppn to satisfy said taxes and the cost. This the 10th day of September, 1934. S. B. BUR WELL, City Clerk and Tax Collector. white Allen, Mrs. H. H. 1 lot Champion St. 1 lot Montgomery St $ 21.14 Beckham, J. 6. 1 lot N. Clark St. 13.31 Bowling, Mrs. Pattie Z. 1 lot Breckenridge St 70.6# Brady, W. E. Est. 2 lots Davis, 4 lots Chavasse, 2 lots Nicholas 207.47 Brinkley, Mrs. Mamie Mclntyre, 1 lot Harrell 33.07 Candler, H. L. 1 lot Clark 45.74 Carraway Mrs. Tempie H. 1 lot Turner, 2 lots Chestnut, 2 lots Peftigrew 136.60 Carter, C. D. 1 lot Andrews Ave 43^78 Carter, J. R. 1 lot Montgomery 24.00 Champion, Mrs. W. H. 1 lot N. Garnett (balance) 15.80 Davis, Mrs. Elizabeth P. 1 lot St 61.57 Davis, Charlie 1 lot William St 57,05 Dickerson, Roy B. 4 lots Gary St 89.15 Dunkley, Geo, W. 1 lot Breckenridge St 30.11 Dunn, Mrs. W. W. 1 lot Montgomery St (balance) 23.09 Evans, T, J. i lot Montgomery St 54.54 Flannagan E. G. 1 lot Young St 182.21 Gill F. A, 1 lot College St 26.12 Gill, J. W. 17 lots Rockspring and Various 73.79 Green, I. M. Est. 1 lot Chavasse, 1 lot Nicholas 88.11 Green way, S. A. 1 lot Andrews Aye,. 1 lot Chestnut 25.00 Hawkins, T, M., 1 lot Spring 5.77 Henderson Steam Laundry, Inc., 1 lot Chestnut 159.59 Hight, C. H. 1 lot Cooper Avenue 5-60 Holland, Mrs. J. J. 1 lot Vance St. 14.82 Horner, J. W. 1 lot Garnett 529.05 Horton, Mrs. W. R. 1 lot College, St 14.82 Hough tailing, Mrs, Catherine 1 lot W. Rockspring 2.76 Jenkins, J. S. Est. 1 lot Gholson Ave 27.25 Johnson, W. H. 1 lot Montgomery 2.60 Jones, A. J. 3 lots Pettigrew, 1 Ransom 98.37 Kearney, Tobias, 1 lot Andrews Avenue. 53.87 King, Mrs. Mattie P. 1 lot Carolina 31.56 Mrs. J. Y. 2 lots Chestnut 76,65 Lassiter, Robert 4Trlots Montgomery - 401.62 McCoin, R. S., 1 lot William St 109J83 Mic Coin, R. S. 1 lot William St. 1 lot Young St. <ba.. 1932 taxes) 243.73 McDuffee, D. P. 1 lot Young Ave 55.23 Marston, R. E, 1 lot Andrews Ave 14,35 Mathews, W. A. Est., 1 lot Andrews Ave 28.39 Mitchell, Nat T. 1 lot College 38A2 Nicholas, Mrs. L. S. 2 lots Orange 19,35 Page, Frank S. 1 lot College 25.67 Peace, Mrs. J. M, 1 lot William, 1 Hillside, 1 College 64.59 Piedmont Supply Co., 1 lot Wyche 146,78 Firie, Mrs. David 1 lot Breckenridge 14.82 Renn, Mrs. A. S. Est., 2 lots Montgomery 79.67 Rideout, T. P. 1 lot Andrews Ave (balance) 12.64 Ross, W. C. 3 lots Montgomery and Walnct Sts 47.53 Rowland, Mrs. Hilda J. 3 lots Nicholas, 1 Chavasse .* 114.35 Satterwhite, J. E. 1 lot Zene St (balance) 46.93 Satterwhite, iS. G. 1 lot Chavasse 64.40 Shaw, Mrs. Cassie K. 1 lot Young Avenue 55.54 Shaw, Mrs. E. G. 1 lot Charles St 47.47 Shepherd, E. T. 1 lot Clark St 39.76 Slack, E. B. 1 lot Garnett 70.45 Smith, C. J. Est., 1 lot Hamilton, 1 Vaughan 49.51 Smith, Mrs.’ C. J. 1 lot Hamilton St 24.24 Smith, J. W. 1 lot Burwell Ave. 62.61 Smith, Mrs. Maude R. 1 lot Winder St. 46.49 Swain, Miss Fannie, 1 lot Breckenridge St 23.67 Thorne, Mrs. Howard, 1 lot Southall 11.43 Trotter, J. W. 1 lot Chavasse 43.47 Wakeham, Mrs. Maude E. 1 lot N. Garnett St 43.47 Walker, Mirs. V. P. 1 lot Charles St 40.46 Wester, John Lee 1 lot Belle St’. 41.73 Whitten, Mrs. S. R. 1 iot Charles St 38.95 Wilkerson, Mrs. Neilie W. 1 lot Carolina, 2 lots Ford St 47.25 Wise Granite Construction Co. 1 lot Garnett 91.73 Woodlief, M. J. and Blackley, Mrs. Pearl 1 lot Nicholas 8.79 Woodlief,, E. F. 1 lot College. 25 * 67 Woodlief, E. F. 1 lot Winder St 5.55 Woodlief, Mrs. Lottie E. 1 lot College 31.41 Woodlief, Mrs. Lottie E. 1 lot Montgomery 52.90 Wright, J G. 1 lot Gary Joung, J. R. 2 lots Garnett, 2 lots Breckenridge, 1 Merriman, 2 IRockspring, 2 Chestnut, 1 pearl, 1 Booth 427.71 COLORED Allen, Blanche 1 lot Water St $ 8.79 Allen, Cleveland 1 lot Pearl St 5.59 Allen. Oliver 1 lot Pearl St 8.79 Alston, Rabel 1 lot Whitten Ave 11.81 Alston. Paul and Sally 1 lot Whitten Ave 14.82 Avery, Napoleon 1 lot Vaughan St 8.31. Barnes. Jennie 1 lot P(«irl St 5.34 'Barnes Walter 1 lot Bridgers St 7.94 •Beckford. Dr. S. M. 1 lot Andrews Ave 40.79 Betsche,. Mattie, 1 lot Pearl St 61.73 (Black, Lem Est. 1 lot Pearl St 7.28 •Boykins, Henry 2 lots Pearl St (balance) 3.46 Branch, Lucy 1 lot Andrews Aye 13.6? Brodie, Richard. 1 lot Hillside Xve 17.01 (Brodie,. Carrie 1 lot Arch St 8.?9 , Bruce, Cooper, 1 lot Clark St 1®.,35 Bryant, Will 1 lot Palmer St 2.83 Bullock, James 1 lot Vance St 17*54. (Bullock, Polly Est. 1 lot Pearl St * 6.53 Bullock, Mollie Est. 1 lot Pearl St 8 04 Burton, Ella 1 lot Pearl St 8.79 •Burton, Moses 1 lot Palmer St 8,04 Burwell, John 1 lot Horner St 9.02 Chapman, Nannie Bullock. 1 lot Horner St 23.22 Chavis, Olivia Kearney, 1 lot Arch St 5.03 Christmas, Alfred 1 lot Water St 7.28 Christmas, Annie Bel, 1 lot Whitten Ave 2,76 Clark, Alex Sr. 1 lot Arch St 1633 Clark, Bailie 1 lot Hillside Avenue.. 7.28 Collins, Eliza Est. 1 lot Rockspring St 10.30 Collins. Dallie Rice 2 lots Andrews Ave 18.21 Cook, W. H. 1 lot Andrews Ave 1384 Crawley, Kitty, 1 lot Arch St 8.04 Crews, Horace 1 lot Breckenridge St 8.32 Crews, Marie, 1 lot John St. 1 lot Palmer St. 10.76 Crews, Narcissus, 1 lot Whitten Avenue * 12.78 Crudup, Sylvester, 1 lot Whitten Ave 9.39 Currin, Thomas and Bessie 1 lot Eaton St (balance) 4.65 Daniel, Ann 1 lot Chavasse Avenue * * ®-53 watchful men, had stood between the frantic, fapiily and the criminals. Shortly befotts the abductors, rejeased Laßatt in the of Toronto. He hailed, a passing taxicab and wept at oncfc to his brother’s hotej. .This was accepted as an in dication that the. had , told him where Ifpgh b*. fowijd. fT : r : •? I1 H % *ft i i *? * ' r * •< f |■ I .. . . a Davis, Amanda, 1 lot Winder St 1143 Davis, Basil, 1 lot Winder St * * 2 38 Davis, "VYilliam E. 1 lot Rockspring St 11.81 Davis, C. G, Est. 1 lot. Rocfcgpring St 5.32 Davis, John X. 1 lot Palmer St. 7,28 Dayjs Omega Sr., 2 lots Orange St 13.31 Eaton* 1 BiUside Ave 12.11 Eaton, Alice 1 lot Davis St 6.53 Eato.n, Fannie 1 lot Davis St 1(130 Eaton, Julia 1 lot John St. \ Arch 16.33 Edwards?, Mattie Reed 1 lot Rockspring 7.28 Fogg, Jim 1 lot Eooth St 16.33 Fogg, Herman i lot Walden St 2.33 Foster. Lucy 1 lot College St 12 1 Frazier, R. S. 2 lots Rockspring, 1 Horner 37 60 Gales, Henry, 1 lot Rockspring St 38.95 Garland, Lucy Est 1 lot Flint Hill 879 Grant, Edward W. 1 lot Hillside Ave 10’.15 Green, Williani and Susan, 1 lot Adams Aye 4.27 Green Willie, j and E, L. 1 lot Rowland Ave 2.76 (Hanftilton, Doflie i lot John St 10.80‘ HamJe, Lucy 2 lots Spring St ; (balance) 4.66 Harris, Fred 1 lot Flint Hill 6 81 Harris, H. 1 16,t Spring St 12 71 Harris, Oscar 1 lot Winder St ... 983 Harris, R. D. 1 lot Rowland St 23.67 Harris, Will H. 1 lot Montgomery St (balance) 4 -j c> Harrison, Wesley 1 lot Pinkston St 6 53 Hart, Shepherd 1 lot Chavasse Ave 17.37 Hawkins, Sandy 1 lot Kittrell St 3..50 Hayes, Alex H. 2 lots Orange St 14.35 Henderson, Lucy 1 lot Hamilton St 16 33 Hicks, The#* G. 1 lot Chestnut St 955 Higgs, Rev. N. E. 1 lot Rockspring St 1181 Hodge, Charles 1 lot Wall St 879 Hploway, Kate and Boyd, Kate 1 lot Vaughan St 8 79 Howell, Rebecca 1 lot Rockspring St 10.30 Hunt, Green 1 lot Breckenridge St 7 2S Jackson. Willie 1 lot Ransom St 1 Pettigrew 12 57 Jeffreys, Napoleon 1 lot Flint Hill ’ 276 Johnson, John 1 lot Palmer St 7,28 Johnson, Lillie Webb 1 lot Arch St. 1 Flint Hill 9.16 Johnson Napoleon 1 lot College St 13 60 Jones, Abbit 1 lot Vance St 11.06 Jones, Geo; W. 1 lot Spring St 13.82 Jones, Roland 1 lot Andrews Ave (near) 6.77 Jones, Alston and Emma 1 lot John St 8.04 Jones, Henry 1 lot Rockspring St - 9.55 Joneg, David 1 lot Arch St 7.28 Jordan E. A. 1 lot Chestnut St 92.00 Jordan, E. A. 1 lot Rockspring St 3.29 Kearney, Hattie 1 lot Whitten Ave (.balance) 2,16 Latta, Nancy 1 lot Orange St 7.28 Merriman, Hunter, Est, T lot Hprner St * 4.27 M.erriman, Sarah Est. 1 lot Garnett 1 Pearl 81.93 Merritt, John .1. iot Chestnut 2.60 Mills, John Q. 1 lot Pearl St 11.43 Nelson, Alfred 1 lot Water St 3,52 Parham, Emma L. 1 lot Montgomery St 10.30 Parham, Rachel and Gilliam 1 lot Pearl St 8,04 Partin, Luther 1 lot Pearl St 6.03 Peace Geo. I 1 lot Flint Hill 8.04 Peoples, Wr H. 1 lot Rockspring St * 20.85 Perry, Ellen G. 1 lot John St 11.81 Pope, James 1 lot Pearl St 10.30 Pratt, Ida 2 lots Water and Vance, 1 Vance 34.12 Radford, Mollie 1 lot Montgomery St 8.79 Rathb.orne, Margaret llot Whitten Ave 7,28 Re.avi3, Rosa Green 1 lot Hillside Ave 3.96 Reid, Wade 1 lot Winder St (balance) 8.73 Richardson, William Henry 1 lot Breckenridge St 9.80 Riggs, Martha 1 lot Hillside. Ave 2.76 Robertson, Fannie M 1 lot Horner St 9.39 Rogers T. L. 1 lot Pearl St 13.15 Royster, John Est, 1 lot Andrews Ave 6.68 Royster, Addison i lot Orange St 7.28 Royster, Sarah Brown 1 lot Arch St 6.63 Ruffin, Georgianna 1 lot John St 7^28 Saunders, Hattie B 1 lot Arch St 14,82 Shaw, Ge.o. C. Lucy Dent and Alston, 1 lot Montgomery St 69,11 Shields, Waltey 1 lot P.earl St ... 4.17 Smith, Cam 1 lot Pearl St 9.08 Solomon, M. B. and C. B. 1 lot Orange St 8.04 Southerland, W. M, 1 lot Hamilton St 5.77 Summerville, Lizzie 1 lot Hamilton 1 John 1 Kittrell St 18,60 Steel, Caroline Est. 1 lot Andrews Ave 11.34 Terrell, Walter 1 lot Pearl St 8.32 Townes, Melissa. Est, 4 lots Palmer St 20.11 Vaugh.au, John 1 lot Winder St 19,62 Vincent, James Est. 2 lots Palmer St 8.04 Ward, Bepnie apd Gladys L, 1 lot Winder St 7.79 Wilkerson, Preston J and wife 1 lot Chestnut St 20.76 Williams, H. W. 1 lot Vaughan St, H. 43 Williams, Geo. 1 lot Breckenridge St 7,28 Williams Hugh G. 2 lots Clark St 25.38 Williams, Jesse B. 1 lot Whitten 8.31 Williams, James M. 2 lots Arch St 11.43 Williams, Nancy Outlaw 1 lot Clark St. 31,78 Williams, Louvenia 1 lot Arch St 7 35 Wimberly, R. E. 1 lot Rockspring St 36.23 Wimberly, R. E. Agt, 1 lot College St 12.57 Wortham, John Earl and Hockaday, Joe 1 lot Burwell Ave 9.08 Worthain,. W- Hence 1 lot Montgomery St 7 .28 Wyche, Mary E. 1 lot Flint Hill 6 - 91 Wyche, N. Gaston 6 lots Flint Hill Yarborough, Emma 1 l()t St 2 J 6 Young, Florence 1 lot Rockspring St 76.33 Young, Henry 1 lot Clay St 1 lot Whitten Ave 8 79 Notice of Sale of Land for Street Assessments Default having been made in the payment of Assessments for Street and Sidewalk improvements, listed below, which were due in the same time and manner as City Taxes, for 1933. By virtue of the power vested in me as City Clerk and Tax. Collector of the City of Henderson, N. C., I shall sell on Monday, September 10, 1934, at. 12 o’clock Noon, sell at public auction at the Court House Do or at Henderson, N. C., the following described property to satisfy unpaid Street and Sidewalk improvement Assessments; said property will be sold in compliance with Statute and subject to the same rules, regulations, rights of redemption and savings as prescribed by law for sale of land for unpaid taxes. S. B. BURWELL, City Clerk and Tax Collector. Adams, R. H. 1 lot Chestnut St $ 54.00 Bass, Mary S. 1 lot Gholson Ave 24.67 Brinkley, Mrs Mamie Mclntyre, 1 lot Harrell St 20.72 Candler, H. L. 1 lot Clark St 32.08 Evans, T. J. i lot Montgomery St 14.80 Gill, F,red A. 1 lot College St 8-92 Henderson, Sylvia 1 lot Rockspring St 12.02 Hester, R. M. and Wife 1 lot William St 40.42 Hester, R. M. and Wife 1 lot Chavasse Ave 46.90 How.e)l, Ike J. 1 lot Rockspring St 11.18 Johnson, Napolepn B, 1 lot College St 12.75 King, Mrs. Mattie,,L. 1 lot Carolina Ave 10.20 Knott, Nannie. 1 lot Rockgpring St 24.80 Mathews, Est. W. A., 1 lot Andrews Ave. 27.64 Masonic Hall, Prince Hall Lodge No. 57 1 lot College St 7.72 McDuffie, J. R. 1 lot Granite St 21.77 Pittman, Est. Thomas M. 1 lot Clark St 67.48 Satterwhite, J. E. 1 lot Zene St 42 69 Shaw, Mrs. E. G. 1 lot Charles St 18 -97 Shepherd, E. T. 1 lot Clark St 23.01 Southern Loan and Realty Co. 1 lot Zepe St 31.31 Southern Loan and Realty Co. 1 lot Winder St 150.03 Southern Loan and Realty Co. 1 lot Young St 11.81 Thorne, Mrs. Howard, 1 lot Southall St 10.24 Trotter, M. E. 1 lot Chavasse Ave 46.09 Wester, John Lee, 1 lot Belle St 23.79 Wilkerson, Mrs. Nellie W. 1 lot Carolina Aye 24.83 Wright, J. G. 1 lot Gary Sf 7 Woodlief, M. J. and Blackley, Mrs. Pearl 1 lot Nicholas St 32.90 •Baptist Orphanage 1 lot Horner St 19.31 First Baptist Church 1 lot Orange St 494 06 First Baptist Church 1 lot Winder St 232.03 First Baptist Church 1 lot Wyche St First Baptist Church 1 lot Wyche St . * * * 160.38 Episcopal Church, Holy Innocents 1 lot Chestnut St 338.18 Presbyterian Church 1 lot Church St 61.88 Pre«byteriap Church 1 lot Young St 57 11 Presbyterian Church 1 lot Charles St 93 25 United Presbyterian Church 1 lot Chestnut Si 106.68 PAGE THREE