R.P. Pethel buys property.
o'clock Real Estate Transfers. L. A. Bostian and wife. Delia 'Bostian, to W. P. Morton, Goodman; considera- i ; u , C \xl MUSIC in mwsf fticn, $540. (1902) schools of the be' T. S. Bell and wife, Katherine, Feb-jW. P. Morton, three acres former; consideration, $30. (189i). A. L. Plyler and wife, H, B. Plyler, to Walter P. Morton, 126 acres adjoining Jack Bass; consideration, $500. 1902). W. A. Eidson to Walter P. r/Ior- | ton, 85 acres adjoining J. L. o consideration, $2,000 (1903). Stated and wife, K. M. have the public T |Morrow. A. L. Lowrance young- tion $300 spend other L i n d wife . . mJLittan, to D. S. Brown, 81-4 mil. -- j:i u w u ni rt nncrn F*I\Â»I/MÂ« i i _ v i*r*j ATAVW v o . x a i c , wn^iiuci atlVFIl, a cou- F. M. Culp and wife, Laura prom- to R. P. Pethel, property e Pine street and Culp . avenue, Cn Â° ois -._ of Moonesfille; consideration. a (September). puty Uerk S ^ Confined to A. Watt and w;fe. Lizzie Watt. Col. to M. F. Marshall, property adjoining Borare Thompson, of court, *5 '". TWft Tal'T SÂ£ e noonMason and wife, Fannie L. Mason, on property in south Statesville; placed Deration, $240. pomÂ»