Arizona Independent Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Thursday, October 17, 1940. Page 22.
Do You Remember? 20 Year. Ago: Oct. 17, 1920 40 Year. Ago: Oct. 17, ISM The total net valuation of property in Arizona on which taxes are levied amounts to $884,456,682, according to the figures compiled by the state tax commission. Cochise county, with a total total valuation of $176,039,879 heads the list of counties. Gila- is second with $147,110,006, Maricopa third with $134,246,541 $134,246,541 and Yavapai fourth with $130-. 044,420. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Holland returned yesterday morning from a four months' stay in'Southern California. Licenses to marry were issued yesterday yesterday to Refugio Reyes and Manuela Papia, both of. Mesa; Clyde Rouse, Chandler, and Charlotta Alf, Los An- .geles; Harry M. Stover and Gladys Cryer, both of Phoenix; Clarence Merrill Merrill and Anna Ruth Harer, both of Phoenix; Manuel C. Leon, Tempe, and Jesus Encinas, Hanson Junction; Wil- liam.A. Faires and Zella M. Holterman, both of Phoenix; Roman C. Arvizo, Tempe, and Maria L. Flores, Scottsdale- and William E. Barnum, Tolleson, and Edith Edwards, Phoenix. The highest temperature recorded in Phoenix yesterday was 84 degrees and the lowest was 49 degrees. There was no rainfall. A Christmas gift to the people of Arizona Judge Webster Street was busy yesterday yesterday enfranchising citizens for the fall election. Several men took out their final papers and will vote in the comiaj election. The population of Arizona is 102,000 or close to that figure. This is a good showing and ought to secure the admission admission of Arizona to statehood. Mrs. M. H. McCord, wife of former governor McCord, will leave today for a visit to her former home in Merrill, Wise. She will be absent for several weeks in the snowy land. H. P. Anewalt, general passenger agent, and W. A. Drake, chief engineer, of the Santa Fe, Prescott and Phoenix railroad, are in the city on business for their road. A marriage license was issued yesterday yesterday to A. C. Wood and Laura S. Stewart, Stewart, both of Phoenix. L. H. Chalmers returned yesterday from Old Mexico where he has been OB legal business. , C. E. Case and E. L. Gibson, both ot Wickenburg, returned to their homes yesterday after a visit in Phoenix, W. H. Slurrett of Buckeye was to Phoenix yesterday on a brief business trip.. - . • Last Sunday evening, October 14, m