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£ TAR, A fc K A dtMfetana 2-314 SButh WatfhA f MM YrAtNWfltM* f^H*f 4i*il ai 'jfrtofia' d8»S matter af tbb « H^*, Arkansas. UP<JM thfc f tit Mdfth 3t 1897. ^^ flS A*5*:iStea PrasS spcher Enterprise Asi'ri 1-.MMU it Ttli ^^--^>~* Pm*t The H AMeetaWd Press i* exclusively entitled to , Kw use for repubtlcotlon of all news dls 1 - e«aitW t6 ft or not ptMrwise In this pdp»r and olso the locdl herein. Combined Operationi:« l ;:& laied eh fho Month tHi btfldAL KiCOtOS ItLUSfRATIONS BY WILLIAM [Monday, November HOPE S T A ft, HO P E, ARKANSAS 0*«l«*, »h«i! Memohls, Tenn.. - ,lt*r»ck Building; Chicago, 400 North M eh- Fv -"1-ofi MMwieJ NeW Yorlt City, 292 Madison !?,>„-/ *%.{ EWfrbit Mfch., 2841 W. Grand Bhrt.; Ohlohoma cfrv. 414 Terminal IBdfl.; New , Orleans, 722 Union St.. "We're certainly saving on fa* tioh. points since Junior fell in love!" More than 4,600 persons ate engaged in the leather industry in Canada. SIDE GLANCES BvGolbraith jap bombs sent the 'Repulse' to Davy Jones' lotker. was the Vichy-French fortress at Diego Suarez, on the W tiEN Tab bombs crashed from the air and sent the was the Vichy-Frencl huge British battleships "Repulse" and '-Prince of island of Madagascar. Wales" to Davy Jones' locker, and the Nips took Malaya the Dutch East Indies, and finally Burma, the British sup- plv line to the Middle East was put in deadly peril and the lives of hundreds of troops as well as the whole future course of the war was at stake. If Japan could get a base within striking distance of the lifeline, the main object of Axis strategy would become fact-Germany and Japan would rrieet in the Middle East and the war in that hemisphere would be lost. The ideal base for such operations Drawings copyright, 1943, by King Features Syndicate Ino. Text copyright, 1948, by H. M. Station- Planes from the aircraft carriers "Illustrious" and "Indomitable" flew over the island and dropped leaflets explaining the aims of the British, but reasoning was backed by the mighty arm of the British Navy and the Combined Operations Command. Before the planes set out, complete plans were laid for the invasion of the island, and every military precaution taken. Most Frenchmen hated the collaborationist government of Madagascar, and the leaflets had their effect, but the army was in command of Vichy They sailed into the bay. officers who favored Laval. These officers fought with determination, sometimes manning machine gjihs'which Frenchmen refused to fire oh thsir English friends, but in spite of this opposition the fortress Was taken after only two days of fighting, and the naval base secured. At 4:30 on the morning of May 5,,194i ( the Corriman- dos, in assault landing barges, chugged into Cpurricr Bay on the western shore of the island. They took the coast defense garrison without a struggle after a couple of sentries had been killed, and struck out overland to Diego Suarez to make contact with the main body of Faced withering fire. soldiers who hau 1 landed farther south a!idWl« thclt Way inland. An hour after the landings the air ri-in botiilictl the airport and the navy blasted shipping inhht harbor. Leading the way overland, tanks landed from assault craft destroyed two detachments of rcinforccrnints,- but as tliCjCT reached the main Vichy-French defenses they faced the withering fire of 75's and anti-tank guns. Infantry came up behind, and all piled up to become a dadgcrous target for the French guns when tanlc traps and ditches halted the advance. (Tomorrow: The Coimiiaiitios break tbroti'si>_ the tank trap.) "*" ty Ofllcs; DUlrlbuM by Kin. Feature Smdlcato In conjunction with th* MacMlll.n Co. and th. Book-oMhc-Month Club. Inc. By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople OUT OUR WAY BUSINESS Hershberger WELL/HERE YOU'LL BOTH BE AT SIXTY— HIM TRYIW TO SPEED UP TO LIVE A.W' YOU . TR.VIM 1 TO SLOtfe POWM TO LIVE. 1 PER GOOD SA.KE, QUIT LOOKINl' AT THX<T WATCH BO MUCH.' WOULD THAT J'P LIVED IM TH' DA.VS WHEM PEOPLE. LAUGHED AT TH TABLE *ST\D OF EATlW BV A'WATCH. 1 SOOME& BE A HAPPY 30-LUC^V TO\WM THATS A PEIVILE&E VOU CAM ENJOY IF .WAMT, BUT I IM- TEMD TO UP WITH THE. v TIMES, AMD A LITTLE AHEAD IF POSSIBLE : E&AD.TVJI&S6 THE U<=>ED TO 6O UP M/VTTERVAORM GOT ENiOUGVA IM THE LAST L/XP "1 know we can't bus a cat or an 'I ,bo*-rbut were yoi; and Dud ::rnkin » '" ' gadgets when you li-ll in IHM sure lliose wore yirls yon whistled • walked through the zoo?" By Walt Disney Sandpapered! V'WOULDMT, HUH? WELL THIS HAPPENS T' I WOULDN'T GIVE you $2 FOF? A CAN OF PWNT REMOVER I T WAS THE LAST CAN IM TOVVM IM 60IN6 WITH YOU, FELLA! IF YOU (TAN MEET A PEAPUNE 3000 MILES AWAY IN TEN MIMUTES, 1WAMTTO LEARM HOW \T6 PONE 6LADTO MEETCHA) SORRY 1'HAFTA RUSH OFF... I 60TTA NEW YORK PEAOLINE IN TEN MINUTES HERE IT RILEY. CAPTAIM EASV, THIS IS RILEy HUMMER, A NEWS PHfJTOfiRAPHER you COULD 6ET EHIND ENEN\Y LINES; NOT ...THEM ANY YOU LEARMEP BE USELESS EXCUSE ME, COLONEL! A8OUT THAT. PICTURE? ITS A TOUSH PROBLEM *u«LL X*" tt ' tyWBE IT CAW BEST BE Tw^***™ K9U6ET THE Thimble Theater By Fred Harmon VOU MISUNOER5TANO, ON'f UJAWT JMV FRIEND -1 UJlSrV (UEEPEATO )HIM TO SPEAK COR^PEAK GOOD <R6CTLH,qe5] BUT IKE ME, HAH LIKE ^OU, NOJ RUN OUTA IOEARS R&D RIPER-' RTDE.R-' POOfri-' &ETT&R SHE riOLD-UM GRUDGE TOOK'IMTOf. , OOTERTOT6ACH 1 NMH1 10U MUSH-LOVE e.' 5H£ BKJ ElWUGH ToCARRTl SUIT TO -SPCAK HEUSTER 1 HELD A GRUDGE (BLAST IT.'I KIW NOT 6ET NO MORE ^^\ ^ TO CURE SUJEE'PE ' DUMP TROUPLE AtU 'AT HAPPENED T&LKIN CHINESE! n By Edgar Martin and Her Buddies HOW COULD THIS- MOB COME UP OUTft NOWHERE ' KK5OCK OWE TWO TAKE -^ '. VV\ -tO 6\C,X,rr^OVO VAt \'. II ' OOP'S ATTEMPT TO TAKE TWO JAP PRISONERS BACK TO MOO BV OPECATIMG y/l THE TIME- HIME FIEED...IM STEMS, HE IS TOSSED INTON. A STRAtOGE, LAKS> AMID PLENTV OF By Chic Young Freckle* and ITS JUST A SPLINTER. POP/ YOU'RE K!OT 6OIM6TOTAKE OKAY SOM. TAKE OFF VOUf* SHIRT ANP UE OKI THE TABU LETS SEE fiAUZE, TWEEZERS, ANTISEPTIC. SCISSORS, I'LL TAKE IT OUT FORVOU fOLKS.TMf HlSTORV' OF AMERCA WIU. HAVE lb WAIT UMTIi.. We CAN (SET PRISCILLA ALDEM OFF WE HOOK/ "ME AUDIEMCE ~|O PATIENT UNTIL WE pss-ssr/ cAM'r SOMEBODVGET DOWN?THIS ISJUSTTOO.TOO EMBARRASSING/ LCAA/BR TME CURTAIM SO AUDI E KiCP CAM'1 Washington By JACK STINNETT Washington For the first time In" step townrcl streamlining Con[[gross hns, open taken which the folks on Capital Hill think has n phahcc of getting somewhere. [ It's the Mnloncy-Monroney bill, simultnneously introduced in the Senate by Senator Francis Ma- poney, of Connocticut, mid in the House by Hop A. S. Mike Monron- oy of Oklithomu, • Ht-lefly il would establish an ab- soHltcly bipartisan committee Ixthrce Democrats and three Re- Ipublicnns from each side of the ICnpltnl) to study wnys and means land suggest legislation for over- Ihiuiling the creaky congressional krnnchinery. Broadly, the objectives 'would bo to whittle the unwieldy |eommillee system into nn effective fk'gislative instrument'and to establish a better working relationship ik'etwccn Congress and the execu- j live departments and bureaus. Ever since we entered this war 1 there has been growing alarm on itho hill at the ineffectiveness of line legislative branch. Frequently, [Congress has stumbled over its jown big feet and it has been pretty [apparent that the reason was because it is wound up in the red j tape of outmoded customs, rules : and self-regulations. Nearly every member of- the L House and Senate has recognized this slate of affairs, but every effort to improve it hns been tossed into the discard by Congressional leaders who are afraid reorganization would hack off the .privileges and prestige they enjoy now. For example, what members of Che Military and Naval Affairs Committees would be willing to see their present rickety box cars made over into tear-drop six-sealers in which only a few of them could How far in the wrong direction our government has gone is pointed out by Congressman Monroney in the fact that .the American people pay only half as much for maintaining Congress, which 'makes all our laws and is the people's main check on the executive and judicial branches, as they pay for maintaining the Bureau of Indian Affairs. is The annual appropriation for ^Congress, including salaries, clerical hire and all oilier expenditures is about $13,000,000. This is, Monroney says, no slap at the Indian Bui'eau. It's just one fact thtil demonstrates there's something wrong .in' our government structure. Another example is the hard working House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, that handles all our laws regulating transportation and -trade. II has to ra deal every year with thousands of |t<|Wattorneys, yet doesn't have one on its staff. Only rarely do the com- mktejos have funds to hire experts. Whether the present bill will gel anywhere remains to be seen, but Monroney, who has been studying KtHU'c matter for a' year and a hah", and Sonator.Maloney who, Monron- oy says, really wrole the bill, think •il*will, especially since it's biparti san. The authors already have anticipated opponents by saying that 'somebody will probably dub it the Maloney-Monroney-Baloney bill but already a lot of serious minded rm.Tibers of Congress think il's far , from that. Tax List C £ R ;f 1 F I C A T E STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF J-IEMPSTEAD—RR: I, Frank J. Hill, Sheriff and Collector of Hempslead County, Arkansas, >do hereby certify.thai Ihc foregoing is n true and compared list of all persons, firms and corporations whose personal taxes were not paid within the lime prescribed by law, and the same are hereby returned delinquent for the taxes of the year of 1942. FRANK .1. HILL. Sheriff and Collector of Hernpsleiul County, Arkansas. Subscribed and sworn to before me On this 8th day of November, 1943. (SEAL) LEO RAY, County and Probate Clerk of Hempstoad County, Arkansas. •D f in t>i in « at u in >J E ~. Name of Owner (2 Hope, Ward 1 Township of De Roan Allbright, Mrs. J. E. 25 W. Flashes of Life By The 1 Associated Press Magician Williumsporl, Pa—Earl Botsford iis hunting rabbits and wasn't having much luck—so he poked u stick into a large hole. No rabbits scampered out but a Dear and four'cubs waddled forth Bntsforci now is showing friends 20-pound bear he killed with his shotgun. • •• Sickly Swag Ncwporl Beach, Calif.—Thieve cooked and 'ale several lobsters ir Jhe. California marine laboratory '"hen stole 18 more. Police today issued a warning to the culprits: "See a doctor — quick." Experimenters had inoculated the lobsters with pneumonia germs. Andres, John Ashby, J. W Baker, Roxic Bnss, Arthur M Becker, L. C Brass Rail Bar Bray, Ella Bridewell, Mrs. Effin 'Bridewell, W. F. Budd, Edward C. . . Bully's Bar . Calvin, Mrs. Hcnrum annon, Mrs. Blanch argile, Willard assidy, J. E lorley, Mrs. J '.ax, G. L lox, J. K. Iriner, J. C Elliott, H. U Jrwin, J. W. Store .. ink, A. S ranklin, Lola ates, Charlie Gilbert, Glen ray, A. T lairston, C. M Hargis, W. M [aynic, F. V lenderson, R. E lope Creamery Ippc Printing Co. .. Intel Roosevelt louse, Gearue luddlesum, G. H. ... [ackson, .Laura ames, W. F 'ohhson, TU>y (Col) ohnson. A. L ohnson, Clarence ... fohnson, Canter ....... ones, Luther Tones, George Cay's Jewelry Store Cennody, J. A Cing, Loug»ne <insey, S. A. ^auterback, Mrs. C. :.,ewis, C. M Jloyd, O. F WcFaddin, Claude VIcGill, Leroy VlcLcmore, Harry McRae, Dorsey Jr Merchant, W. D Mitchell, B. F Mitchell, Bon Montgomery, E. H VIoxley, Eva Mae kelson, John Moble, Lula Noble, Frank Norwood, Guthric Norwood, Marshall . . Owens, Mrs. Thelma Palmer, G. G Patrick Barbeque i'erkinson, Jewelry .... i'crkinson, T. S Provine, J. A Recce's Market Robertson, S. R Rooks,' A. J Russell, C. A Sandel'ui-, Nancy Sherlock, Mrs. Edith Shull, H. T Smith, W. M South Ark. Imp. Co. .. Stuart, E. C Thomas, Mazic Thomasson, Dayton . Unique Cafe George Julia J. W W Here's Elmer! • Sun Francisco—A flustered desk clerk stalled for time when Elme Davis, OWI chief, checked in at a Sun Franefsco holel for a room h ad reserved. /While Ihe direclor lolled in Hi lobby, the clerk- moved Elmer J Davis of Los Angeles out of th room mistakenly assigned him earlier in the day. D. Waddle, Walker, Walker, Warren, Mrs. Webb, Irene Williams, J. W.- Wilson, Paralee . I. 50 50 • 145 25 105 150 50 290 200 200 150 100 50 170 125 30 . 20 2GO . 25 35 . 200 . 285 . 25 20 . 110 . 25 . 180 25 . 100 . 200 . 775 200 500 . 25 .. 115 .. 10 .. 100 25 . 115 . 20 . 340 .. 40 .. 50 . 850 .. 50 .. 40 . 20 .. 440 . 100 .. 70 .. 25 .. 20 .. 50 .. 275 150 .. 350 .. 20 .. 510 .. 145 .. 70 .. 20 . 20 ... 25 ... 25 ... 50 ... 155 ... 150 .. 800 .. 220 .. 100 .. 300 . 50 . 95 ... 25 .. 20 . 25 ... 200 ... 70 .1300 ... 20 ... 25 ... 50 ... 300 . . 150 ... 20 ... 35 ... 50 ... 20 ... 105 .... 20 1.34 2.41! -2.48 G.82 1.34 5.00 7.04 2.48 13.43 fl.33 9.33 7.04 4.7G 2.48 7.05 5.91 1.50 1.1.1 12.07 1.34 1.70 9.33 13.21 1.34 1.11 5.22 1.34 8.42 1.34 4.70 9.33 35.58 9.33 23.02 1.34 4.08 .05 4.78 , 1.34 5.45 1.11 15.72 2.03 2.48 39.00 2.48 2.03 1.11 20.29 4.78 3.39 1.34 1.11 2.4!! 12.75 7.04 16.17 1.11 23.48 6.82 3.39 1.11 1.11 1.34 1.34 2.48 7.27 7.04 35.62 10.24 4.7(1 13.89 2.48 4.53 1.34 1.11 1.34 12.07 3.39 59.54 1.11 1.34 2.48 13.89 .7.04 1.11 1.79 2.4!! 1.11 5.00 1.11 Bearden, Hugh Booker, Ed Brewer, Horace Brosius. T. D. Brolher.lon, C. G Brummett, Ivis '. Chamber, Barney Clark, G. C. ..." Clcngon, Joe Cobb, James Conwny, J. S Compton, Leo Davis. Preslon Dodson, E. E. Dodson, Sid Dorinan, Garvin ., Dorrnan, E. W Dorman. Melvin Elkins, Hugo Erwln, J. A : Field, T-albol Jr. Gurrclt, Ware Green, Exie Halborl, R. W. Harden, Walter Harris, Elery '.,. Hiiynos, Chas Jr. .. , ITinklo .Cage Hi'.tstm, Mrs. Wash . Johnson, Elncr Johnson, Samuel Jones, Carl B : Jones, R. M Reuben, Lcnsy Lowe,-John B. May. Elbert Jr Mc'rrymnn. Lena Henry Miiiic-y, E. R Nix, Olan '• . .'. .'.....: Osteen, il. H. Payne, T. F. Phillips, Mrs. Clyde Price, Mrs. Claudic Purli'll. Olen Presley, C. B Ratclirr. Bob : Ridgd'ill, Ernest C Hofjcrs, Joe Sandlin, J. E ' Simpson. S. H Smith, Mattie V Tnylnv, Koy Thoninssun, W. H Tucker, C Wiggins, Mrs. Foster . Witherspoon, King 50 10 20 25 235 300 145 50 35 20 375 500 25 40 100 75 25 75 200 . 50 200 . 50 25 190 25 no 1RO . 25 . 50 . 20 . 20 . GO 105 . 230 . 230 215 . 120 00, 25 ,205 50 50 50 205 100 . 25 60 . 75 155 . 75 15 . 300 .. 50 200 .. 25 20 &48 .05 1.11 1.34 10.92 13.80 8.82 2.48 1.70 1.11 17,32 23.02 1.34 2.03 4.78 3.02 1.34 4.78 0.33 2.48 0.33 2.48 1.34 8.87 1.34 2.94 7.50 1.34 2.48 1.11 1.11 2.94 5.00 10.09 10.09 10.01 5.G8 4.30 'l.34 9.50 2.48 2.48 2.48 9.50 4.78 1.34 2.94 4.78 .7.27 4.78 .88 13.89 2.48 9.33 1.34 1.11 BONDS lEarty in the 19th century a storekeeper and gristmill operator at Henderson, Kentucky, took to studying birds as an antidote for ennui and aJ,Hcd much to man's knowledge of ornithology. His name is a byword to this day. It is John James Audubon. John Audubon Keep Backing Ihe Attack With War Bonds Only the knowledge of despotism, destruction, killing, maiming brings one __to the surface of Naziism. It has no place for gentle souls; only Himmlers, Schleichcrs, von Papons, Heydrichs, Hope, Ward 3 Township of De Roan Berborick, Joe Berry, R. L Bowdin, Dan S Bright, Ella Mrs Carrigan. Ellen Downs, F. L H.untle.v, Mrs. S. F. .. Martindale, Dr. Jim ... McPherson.C. L Mullins, G. S Ncal. W. T Nolan-, F. E Perkins, J. W Pry, Earl S Richardson, Earl Taulbcc, Joe W Thomas, Frank B Thompson, Mrs. D. B. Wylie, Nallon 20 140 85 50 185 190 50 910 85 110 25 401) 35 140 20 75 15 330 300 Hope, Ward 4 Township of De Roan Hope, Ward 2 Township of De Roan Alexander, E. S 350 Barber, Gussie 25 10.17 1.34 Bailey, \V. E Baker, Ferrell Beck, Roy Bcnlon, Curtis Bourne, W. H Broening, Sallic Buchanan, Shircy Cannon, Recce Carrigan, Mattie Allen Clark, Frank C. Cobb, Homer Conway, Charlie Cook, C. S Cook, Raleigh Coope, Elizabeth Cox, Connie Delnney, David Eason, Mrs. Mildred .. Edd, Henry Edrlie, Paul Ellis, Anthony Forbics, T. F Gamble, Clinnio Gamble, Lee Graves, L. R Gray, H. J Green, Tom Green, Jack Gulloy, Carson Hull, Martha Hamill. J. E Hanney, Ed Harris, Ernma Haynes, Ha/el Henrlrix, C Hill, Margaret Reed ... Holmes. Willie .., Holmes, Kelly Hornaday, Denver Jobo, Sarah S Jones, William i Joshua, Perry Kirk, Mrs. Mable E. Lindscy, Junior Linker, H. D Lloyd, Sarah Logan. George Lot-an. Gus Laudermilk, Lucious ... McFaddin, Jesse MoFiuldin, Minnie 50 420 100 20 240 330 25 105 20 15 105 50 Barnes, C. J. 30 1.56 McFaddin, Eliza 20 50 25 20 145 95 MO 20 25 30 25 230 150 20 20 25 20 340 35 20 25 20 20 25 20 130 . 25 . 20 20 . 50 25 . 250 . 25 25 . 25 30 . 20 20 20 1.11 G.59 1.79 2.48 8.65 8.87 2.48 41.74 4.08 5.22 1.34 ll!.4(i 1.7!) 0.50 1.11 4.78 .88 18.00 13.89 2.48 19.37 8.87 1.11 11.16 15.26 1.34 5.00 1,11 .88 7.73 2.48 1.34 1.11 2.48 1.34 1.11 6.82 4.53 6.59 1.11 1.34 1.56 1.34 10.69 7.04 1.11 1.11 1.34 1.11 15.72 1.79 1.11 1.34 1.11 1.11 1.34 1.11 0.13 1.34 1.11 1.11 2.48 1.34 11.61 1.34 1.34 1.34 1.56 1.11 1.11 1.11 McFaddin, Clem McGee, J. L Moore, Virgus MOSB, Isabcll Muldrow, Jlenry Muldrow,'Will Lex ... O'Dwycr. 'B. . ..'...: ... . Paxton, Mary Perkins, Mary Phillips, Clarence Phillips, Mrs. Boll Phillips, Lurice Pondcxter, Enoch ... Raleliff, Lum 'Scales, Arthur Shaw, Ella Simpson, Timothy ... Smith, George Sommcrville. Henry Stroud, Jim Stuart. Tom Stuart, David Stuart, Knai-1 Sullivan, Jack Siiitlon, Andrew Taylor, Clarence .... Taylor. Sam Tcllengton, Frank .. Turner, Robert Walker, Jess Ward. Ernest West. Allie White. J. C William, Dennis William, John Williams. Fairell .... Wilhcrspoon, Snllie . 50 20 45 20 40 25 120 20 20 25 70 20 25 155 25 50 20 20 450 210 35 20 . 70 . 100 . 15 . 135 100 . 50 20 . 35 25 20 25 . 25 . 15 25 . 20 2.48 1.1] 2.26 1.11 2.03 1.34 5.68 1.11 1.11 1.34 3.39 1.11 1.34 7.27 1.34 2.48 I'.ll 1.11 20.74 9.78 1.79 1.11 3.39 4.76 .88 6.36 4.76 2.48 1.11 1.79 1.34 1.11 1.34 1.34 .88 1.34 1.11 Morton, Lex O'Dell, J. L Shaver. Mrs. J. L. Walker, Nancy Wilson, Mrs. H. P. Boldon, Ben Hawthorn. Marion Howard. Edwards Jones, Sim McNutt, H. A Smith, G. C. Waldcn, Otis Yarbrough, Don ... 25 85 25 15 25 30 05 25 20 145 140 50 190 1.34 4.08 1.34 .88 1.34 1.40 2.81 1.20 1.00 6.0: 5.8 2.20 7.8L Daniel, W. B Donaldson, S.: English, Hayward Goodrum, W. L Griffith. F. O Hawkins, H. A Hipp and Pope Hooker, J. H. Humphrey, W. H Hutson, Coy L Jackson, O. L Jones, Lee R King, Mrs. Josie King, Roy JCirkpalrick, Ed .Kinsey, J. A "Cyle, S. H. ...-. lively, Buster McFaddin, Ponrl McLarty, Glen VIedlock, Lelton /loses, J. J Vtttrphy, .James A , kelson, William kelson, Joe ^iggee, Dave Ray, J. E Reed, J. R Ross, T. A Sharp, Hollis Thompson, Floyd Tollett, Leroy Walker, Ned ; Walker, Elmore Witherspoon, Canlrall Worlcy, R. C Hope Special Township of De Roan Messina Captured by Guns and Cameras SilenttObserver .Springfield, 111.—A watch dog a fluster and Don's filling statioi watched burglars load a 500-poum safe onto u truck and drive awa with it. He made no' audible re t ranees. The clog now is .unemployed. Shirt Tale Auburn, Neb. — Knocked dow and mauled by two large hogs, 1 ear-old Wayne Beally didn't cry, or later when his mother administered first aid. ' But when his shirt was removed and Wayne saw it was ripped to rage he began to wail. "And that was my brand new ^birt," he sobbed. SHARE-THE-ART PROGRAM , Middlebury, Vt. —UP— When a Middlebury college student asks his girl friend to come up and see his jgtchings from now on, he won't be *!.idding. A share-thc-urt program bus been initiated at the college whereby students and faculty may borrow one of. more than 200 rare etchings and lithographs for four months at a time. 15 — «»*•**—— One of the oldest .clocks in the 'world is in Hie. Clock Tower of where it hag been ticking 149G. Arrington, Van Barkam, Warren S. . Bearden, Dewey Bell, Eurall Boslic, Charley Boozer, James Bowles, L. C Breeding, J. H Brittian, Roy C Brown, Henry Broadway Tour Co .... Byers.O. F. Caldwell, L. R Galloway, T. C Camp G. W Chambers, Luther Chambless, Add Crawford, A. W Cross, Charlie Gushing, O. R. Flenoy, Frank Gilbert, Mrs. Minnie Gray, W. A Green, Mary Green, H. B Griffin, George Halliburton, Ira Holmes, Cecil Huffman, Floyd Husky, Wade Jackson, T. J Jones, Tom Landers, J. N. Lloyd, Oliver Lockard. H. E Long, Robl. P Luck, Tourist Court . Martin, Clint McAtur, Brutus McDonald, Pearl ..... McFaddin, Otis ....:.'... McFaddin, Margaret McMullin, Rena Marrisson, Everett .. Owen, Sam P-almore, Vlish Palmore, Clarence . Pasker, Jim Pierce, L. H.' Putman, T. O Reece, H. G Rogers, Florence S:nith, Lewis Stuart, Charlie Still, Jewell Stuart, Sylvia Thomas, Eoy Thomas, L. M Tiffin, E. G Tyler. C. B Valentine, Lulher West, Mrs. Minnie .... Williams, Agce Wright, Lonnie Wright, Jim Yeager, M. H Some of the war's best pictures are being taken for American newspapers by war photographic pool cameramen who accompany our troops into action on the world's many battlefronts. Here is a striking view of silhouetted American soldiers advancing through still- smoking Messina, Sicily, il was Uken by NEA-Acme photographer Charles Corte, who entered Messinu vvilh a vanguard of the American Seventh Army and who is now svith the Fifth Army in Italy. 25 150 50 25 115 20 85 55 75 20 100 70 145 20 25 25 30 40 40 . 850 . 30 . 30 . 180 . 20 . 45 . 140 . 130 25 . 350 . 25 . 30 . 170 . 130 105 . 100 . 25 . 500 . 210 . 310 . 35 . 25 . 20 25 . 76 .. 205 .. 20 .. 20 .. 25 .. 40 .. 325 .. 325 .. 15 .. 20 . 55 .. 70 .. 90 .. 25 .. 365 . 55 .. 90 . 55 . 35 .. 25 . 35 . 115 .. 40 Green. Nelson, Stuart, Walker Walker Wyatt, Ozan Township Morris A. Veil Oza Harry E. F Rick ...: Blevins Corp. of Ozan 25 25 40 45 400 55 Corp. Township of Ozan Alston, E. R 115 Bingham, Joe 25 Brown, Harvey L 115 Dye, Albert : 25 Morris, D. A 100 White, Lester 40 1.2C 1.2C 1.8 2.01 IT.Oi 2.4 5.4: 1.3 5.451 1.34 4.76 2.03 150 285 25 10 40 140 100 200 05 35 10 205 . 95 . 20 . 30 . 10 . 160 . 30 . 25 . 115 . 15 . 25 . 50 . 20 .. 25 . 350 . 125 .. 30 .. 100 .. 25 .. 40 .. 255 .. 125 .. 25 .. 20 :. 65 6.22 11.64 1.20 .80 1.81: 5.82 4.21 4.21 4.02 1.81 .60 8.43 4.02 1.00 1.40 .00 6.02 1.40 1.20 4.82 .80 1.20 2.20 1.00 1.20 14.25 5.22 1.40 . 4.21 1.20 1.81 10.44 5.22 1.20 1.00 1.50 Hopsott, ft. (G. Hunlef, Arch 60 20 Jefferson, L. J. 25 •105 . 3D .20 . 20 , 20 . '.20 ;Webber Sadie McCorkle, G. 'H Mouser, Will Ragland. Otis .-.'. Ross, Mirrto Weems, iT. H Wheat, J. R Williams, Dave Willis, Mrs, E. M. , Willis, Nuell 20 20 265 195 2.51 1.00 1.20 4.41 11.40 1.00 . .1.00 3.00 il.OO 1.20 1.00 1.00 40.84 8:03 Piney Grove 17 Township of Nclahd Patmos Township -of Bobcaw McCaskill Corp. Township of Ozan Balch. Walter 40 Blevins Special Township of Wallaceburg and Redlnnd 1.20 6.22 2.20 1.20 4.82 1.00 3.01 2.41 3.21 1.00 4.21 3.00 6.02 1.00 1.20 1.20 1.40 1.81 1.81 34.32 1.40 1.40 7.43 1.00 2.00 5.82 5.41 1.20 14.25 1.20 1.40 7.02 5.41 4.41 4.21 1.20 20.27 8.6S 12.64 1.61 1.20 1.01 1.20 3.00 8.4i 1.0!) 1.00 1.20 1.81 13.25 13.25 .80 1.00 2.41 3.00 3.81 1.20 14.85 2.41 3.81 2.41 1.61 1.20 1.61 5.50 . 1.81 Ball, George Bonds,. R. W Bradford, Ordis Srown, Jessie : :.. Brown, A. W Burton, Lester T Campbell, Roy C Cantley. E. B Crawford, Clenlon ... Cullins, Dorsey 'ullins, Freddie Daniel, Otis DeanyviUe Lbr. Co. Fowler, W. T Gorham, Clifford .... Gray, Tom Hampton, May F Harris, Harlan Mend, Claude Hombree, J. T. Hembree, R. T Henegan, John Henderson, Joe Hicks,- Ezra Hill, yi Jack Holt, Flane House, Halmar Irwin, T. N Johnson, Theo Johnson, Lydie Johnson, Robert Johnson, Prentiss ... Jones, E. C Langslon, Floyd Lee, Dorsey Leslie, Ruby Loo. S. E Long, J. P : Lumpkin. Lonnie ... McCorkle, E. R McGill, Tom : Merchant, Jess Nolen, Coy Nunley, Solomon ... Owen, H. V Philips, Nora Phillips, A. M Rhodes, H. M Rowland, J. A Smith,. Tom Smith, Marzell Smith, R. T Smith, W. R. Sr. .. Smith, W. R. Jr. .. Snowden, Bradley .. Soulhworth, J. W. Tomlen, R. L Wardiow, Mont Watts, James White, S. H Wilson, J. A. Wood, Lyal ..125 . 185 . 75 . 55 . 45 . 30 . 200 . 295 . 25 . 105 . 25 . 90 .,1500 .. 95 .. 35 .. 25 .. 45 .. 60 .. 45 .. 140 .. 125 .. 40 .. 35 .. 35 .. 25 ... 160 .. 55 . . 235 .. 30 .. 25 ... 55 ... 50 ... 55 ... 105 ... 95 ... 250 ... 295 ... 65 ... 40 ... 20 ... 25 ... 55 ... 50 ... 40 ... 105 ... 50 ... 25 ... 140 ... 105 ... 40 ... 15 ... 60 .... 370 .... 65 .... 100 ... 50 .... 35 .... 190 .... 150 ... 115 .... 90 .... 35 Adams, Stella Bradley, Joe L Burns, Dorsey Eledge, George Embry, Douglas Farmers Gin Co Gibson, George GrifJilin, James H Hamilton, S. R. Jr Hatton, Otis W Hill, Cramp Hollis, Mrs. H. B Jackson, Elmore Jones, Preacher •Hendrick, Johnnie Laffei'ty, Weaver Martin, Guy Martin, Rufus Mayton, Soner Mayton, R. E McLaughlin, Johnnie Oliver, Rowland Palmore, James Palmore, Bob Payne, -H. E Pr-ather, Mayton Rayborn, Willie Reasons, Floyd Rogers, Clyde 'Sampson, Lee :. Smith, Lloyd :Strougblcr, John .Homy Stuart, Luther Talum, Etfie Turner, Clifton Walton, Jack Watson, Lois West, 'Boston 2.41 I West, James 2.00 White, Sam 1.40 Williams, J. C. Wilson, -D. P "Wilson and Hollis Gin .. Young, Elbert _..., 2.03 5.22 7.62 3.21 8.23 12.05 1.20 4.41 1.20 3.81 60.42 4.02 1.61 1.20 2.00 2.61 2.00 5.82 5.22 1.81 1.61 1.61 1.20 6.62 2.41 9.64 1.40 1.20 2.41 2.20 '2.41 4.41 4.02 10.23 11.24 2.81 1.81 1.00 1.20 2.41 2.20 1.81 4.41 2.20 1.20 5.82 4.41 1.81 .80 2.61 15.05 2.81 4.21 2.20 1.61 7.82 6.22 4.82 3.81 J.61 85 25 80 45 95 500 35 26 .80 50 30 40 20 35 35 15 250 225 115 110 .35 20 20 20 415 45 .110 50 150 . 20 , 140 20 . 25 . 80 . 530 . 25 . 1160 . '20 . 145 . 25 . no .315 . 400 . 20 3.61 1.20. 3.41: 2.00 4.02 20.27 1.61 1.00 3.41 2.20 1.40 1.81 1.00 1.61 1.61 ..80 10.23 9.23 4.82 •4.61 1.61 1.00 1.00 • 1.00 16.86 3.00 Allen, Roy Breed, Bertha : Cathoun, Albert Cuder, Freeman iDuffie, Simon Hamilton, J. A Harden, Mrs. Truflie .... Henderson, Grady Mouser, W. T Rowe, Cafl Simmons, George '. .Smith, .Dudley Vandiver, C. A Walker, Matthew Warren, Cleve ., Williams, O.-C William, Dave Williams, Leroy Allen, Pete Brosius, E. L Campbell, Oscar Damon, Emil M Davis, S. E. Ellis, .J. .C. Ellis, Wilbur Flenoy, Lawson Hunt, -Hermon ; Johnson, ,R. W Johnson, Waywood Lewallen, .Mrs. Nolen Powell, .Mrs. J. V. .Stroud, Jim Wiley .and Williams .... Williamson, A Y.ates, .Herbert D Young, S..A..Est 50 10 25 205 95 136 140 •80 ,95 140 25 .165 180 15 , .20 . 20 . .20 . 105 . 160 . 35 . 10 . 160 . 30 . , 35 . :205 . .100 .. 105 .. 25 .. .20 .. 200 .. 105 .. .20. .. 000 .. 80 .. .75 .. 2.10 2.20 .60 1.20 8.43 4.02 5.62 5.82 3.41 4^02 5.82 1.20 •6.82 7.43 .80 LOO IjOO 1,00 4.41 >alr'Stftf -Blst. 62 towhshlp of Ozan GrJle, Isaac . Flowers, Jarrtes Gamble, Dudley Gamble, Wade Gamble, Allen Gauff, C. A. .. Lacey, Cora McGie, Luther Taylor, Remous Walker, Harry Witherspoon, Simon 4.41 1.20 5.62 4.41 T2.41 1.20 1.61 '2.61 1.61 2.20 1.00 Centerville Dlst. 67 Township af Ozan Clark, Herbert 35 Jones, O. B. 140 Waddle, Claude 610 Chestnut (HIM ;D 1st, 70 Township of Ozan Davis, H. C. 100 Walters, H. K. . 100- 1.01 15.82 ,24.69 .4.21 4.21 Nazarene Dist. Township of Bois Jones, Henry Mack, Henry Muldrow, Arthur 77 D'Arcv 25 .50 45 '-2.00 '1.20 .2.20 1.61 ..60 . 6,62 .1.40 ,l;61 8.43 1.20: 1,00 •8.23 4.41 1.00 36.33 3.41 "3.21 8.63 Wesley Grove Diet. 76 < Township of Mlnecreek :Groves, Willie 55 ' Seoggins, J. W. . 120 Temple Dlst. 81 ' Township of Minecreek Moore, 'Onzy 70 "141 S.02 iS.OO Hope Ward 1 Supplemental .Assessment Township of De Roan •Bell, Ike Boozer, Willie Halber.t, A. ,A. Taylor, Charlie 100 25 135 25 14.76 J.34 £.36 a.34 Supplemental Assessment S Ward 2, 8 Cotton, Hoy ' / 100 ».76 % Arnold, John Arnold, Allen .... Brown, .Jim ....... Caple, Alex Evans, Sam Evans, Gene Evans, Jackie .... TTaulks, John F-aulks, Garfield 4.611 Gasgow, R. J Iron Springs 22 Township of No'land 2.20 ,6.22 1.00 5.82 *1.00 1.20 .3.41 21.47 1.20 6.62 1.00 '6.02 1,20 4.61 12.85 16.26 1.00 Harris, Oscar Hendrix, Mack McMorris, James . Morrison, Lulher ... 'Smith, Joe 'Smith, 'Isaiah Smith, Bynum Smith, Anderson Scott, Sam Purson, Ben Pursoh, Willie McFaddin, TWann ... Muldrow, J. "W 'Warren, Cleveland Warren, Robert Tyree, Joe Saratoga Township of Saline and 'Bois 'D'-Arc Austinj Henry •:•.?:.•.Beasley, A. F Bland, J. G Bradley, Charlie Bradley, Theo :.. Bradley,' V. H Bradley, Earl :. Gathrighl, Lynn Greathouse, Chas Grealhouse, Joe -. Goodwin, Dewey Hester, Addie Mae Hester, Bob Johnson, Julius Jone's, Roland Mays, Marcellus McJunkin, James Meggerson, J. M Millwee, William Mitchell, James E. Moss, Ollie Ray, John Rosenbaum, Claudia .. Smith, W. E Smith, Jeanette Smith, Rosa Bell Wolff, Howard Vright, Charlie Washington Corp. Township of Ozan Betton, Mose Curfie, J. H. Dixon, Floyd .... Hopson, Bob Lungston, Lula .. Mitchell, Willie . Samuels, Dewey Williams, W. W. Anderson, Frank Archer, Ochir Deloney. W. A. Dixon, Hugh . Finlcy, James .. Friersun, Pink Graham, Hillery Johnson, Rogers Martin, Gip .. . Nelson, C. A Ogden, Willie .... Wade, Charlie Williamson, L. W. Fulton Corp. Township of Bois D' Anderson, Chester A Bass, John Dudney, K. G. Frierson, Bob Green, Lee Green, Mollie Johnson, Aline Mortindale, Rufe McGill, Will 50 25 05 10 25 20 20 20 20 20 55 105 40 70 150 40 130 45 20 105 175 Arc 65 20 415 30 25 15 20 100 20 1.90 1.34 3.17 .65 1.34 1.11 1.11 1.11 1.00 1.00 2.41 4.41 1.81 3.00 0.22. 1.81 5.41 2.00 liOtl 4,. 41 7,83 1944 1.56 1.34 .88 l.Jl 4.70 1.11 Columbus Township of Minecreek Adams, Lolly 115 4.82 Brislow, S. B 165 6.82 Brislow, O. H 60 2.61 Cheatham, O. J 55 2.41 Coleman, L. H 80 3.41 Collins. Clarence 195 8.03 Cunningham, G. N 25 1.20 Fair. J. A. Jr 205 8.43 Gilbert, H. B 290 11.84 Green, Rose 15 .80 Harris, B. E 25 '1.20 Hindman, Harden 20 1.00 Keels, Versie 20 1.00 Mosier, Alex 425 17.26 Neal, J. M 105 4.41 Porter, Mable 50 2.20 Scog«ins, Taylor 20 l.OC Stuart, Agee 20 1.00 Stuart, Melvin 15 .80 Thomas, O. C 200 8.23 Thomas, Jim 20 1.00 Van Riper, H. W 75 3.21 Walker. R. H. 110 4.61 Alfurd, J. A 105 4.41 AU'ord. Thomas 20 1.00 Anderson, W. T 25 1.20 Anderson, W. G 70 3.00 Arnold, Adam 30 1.30 Blackwood, A. J 15 .80 Brazilo, Lloyd 50 3.20 Bycrs. Elmer H. 360 14.65 Campbell, J. R 265 10.8' Gary, Clarence 70 3.00 Clingon, C. E. Jr 100 4.21 Compton. T. L 25 1.20 Cumpton, Mrs. L. Y. 45 2.00 Cooley, Melvin 130 5.4 Croweii, Harold 40 1.8 ••85 ;25 210 135 30 175 135 '15' 45 15 390 , 100 . 25 • 85 . '25 . 120 . 65 . 70 . 30 . 100 . 160 . '25 . 155 . 60 . 20 . 10 . 15 . 65 40 20 20 20 20 20' 60 20 '20 20 20 •20 20 15 20 '20 '20 •20 '20 20 20 •20 20 20 20 1.81 1.00 1.00 1.00 KOO 1:00 2.51 1.00 1.00 1:00 1:00 l.'OO '1.00 ^00 :80 1;00 1:00 1.00 1:00 liOO 1:00 1.00 1:00 1.00 1:00 1.00 Phillips, A. R. Yocom, Ira 'Clow 18 A Township -of iM inecreek Aaron, Issa •3.61 1.20 8.63 5.-62 1.40 .7.23 .5.62 .80 2.00 .80 15.85 4.21 1.20 3;61 1:20 5.02 2.81 3.00 1.40 4.21 6.62 l;20 6.43 2;61 1.00 .60 ;80 2.81 Springhill Township of Springhill Atkins, Kennie Aylette, Heni'y 3aker, Nelson Bennett, Homer L, ... Belts, Elvin 3obo, Rex Burns, W. A Hark, Tracy lox, E. L Sllcdge, Roy "rilmore, Sallie iarris, Johnny Johnson, W. M Lafferty, A. J. Mrs. Lafferty, E. D Martin, Clyde G Maxwell, Floyd McDowell, Amzie .... VIcKamie, James .... Moses, Verdis Norwood, Carl Quillin, Clyde Simmons, Clarence Sinyard, Lula Sooter, S. L Toner, Rosa Toner, Arthur Turner, Robert Turner, Jewell Walker, James Whilehead, L. W. ... Womble, J. H Wyatt, Mac W 225 30 30 25 110 35 270 55 20 55 100 130 25 130 155 175 . 65 , 40 35 200 60 . 95 , 30 . 10 . 45 . 135 . 85 . 170 . 120 . 70 . 50 . 75 . 170 Rocky Mound No. 4 Township of Springhill Browning, Wylie E 165 Gamble, Tobe 105 Huzzard, B. M 245 Hosmer, George 150 Messer, Mrs. Lula 40 Stevens, C. H 100 Woodberry, Oscar .20 9.23 1.40 1.40 1.20 4.61 1:61 11.03 2.41 1,00 2.41 4:21 5.41 1.20 5.il 6.43 7.23 2.81 1.81 1.61 8.23 2.19 4.02 1.40 .60 2.00 5.62 3.61 7;02 5.02 3:00 2.20 3.21 7.02 7.02 4.41 10.03 6.22 2.00 4.21 1.00 Ber.ryman,,J-iex ............... Brown, I. W. ................... Baker, Don ..................... Draper, T. J .................. Fontaine, Mary ............... Edwards, J. P ................ Floyd, Tyree ................... Fulks, .Anthony .. ............. Goodwin, .J.. Xi ....... , .......... Gamble, A. B .............. .. Hanna, John ................... Hearon, Elmore ............. Johnson, 'Shirley ........... Johnson, .Robert .... ......... Johnson, 'Webber ........... •Jones, A .......................... Keels, Willie ................. Marshall, Archie .... ......... Marshall, Sam ............... Matlock, Feazell ........... McFaddin, Harvey ....... Muldrow.Walker Tlore Muldrow, Cliffton ....... ... Nelson, Richmond ........ Nunally, Bert ......... . ...... Pigee, John A ............... Rogers, Fred ................ Sampson, iLee Davis .... Sampson, A. D ............. Sampson, Beuna .......... Sampson, Robert .......... Starr, James ................ Starr, Syulee ................ Starr, W. P ..................... Sanders, M. J ............... Sluart, Malthew ............ Walker, Obie .................. Walker, Sam .......... . ........ White, Lewis ............... Walker, Willie ............... Wesson, P. N ................ Whitemoi'e, Isaac ......... Whitmore, James ....... White, Eunie ................... Young, Isaac ............... Woods, Winston ........... Williamson, Clarence . Wicker, Ed ................... Wylie, Ellis ................... 20 -V45- 20 ,20 .20 20 .20 20 10 20 180 20 180 20 20 125 , 55 . 20 20 . 20 . 75 . 20 .20 .:115 . ; '20 . 30 . '20 . 20 . 20 . 20 . 100 . .25 . 65 . 20 . 20 .. 150 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. 20 .. ,20 .. 20 .. 20 Assessment Ward 3 Supplemental Assessment Ward 4 Hatch, J. T. 125 Bate, Lonnie 50 Wai-mack, Geo. Yerger, Otis W. 200 25' Supplemental Assessment Hope Special Doyle, Poster Service 120 Ellis, J. C. 30 Huddleston, G. H. Lewis, Lillie Mitchell, Ivy Stuart,. Ollie Lee 30 20 175 25 Supplemental Assessment Washington Corp. Alley, David 85 Jeanes, R. W. 40 Supplemental Assessment Washington 'Special 'Foster, CT. <W 20 Harris, L. H. 45 1.00 ,2:00 1,00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1:00 .60 1.00 7.43 .1.00 7.43 1.00 1.00 5.22 '2.41 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.21 1.00 1.00 4.82 1.00 1.40 1.00 1.00 1.00 1:00 4.21 •1.20 2.81 1.00 1.00 6.22 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.00 1.00 LOO 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 •Supplemental Assessment Fulton Corp. Boles, Mayor _ 1.11 Supplemental Assessment Fulton Special Sanders, Albert 20 ~4,00 West, Mrs, Charlie 25 1*20 .-Supplemental Assessment'^ Ozan Special , "7 Thomas,, -Wylie 20 ^ 1,00 •Supplemental Assessment,'' Blevins -Special De Lacerda, Paul Groves, H. B. Heywood, Charlie Horton, Tom Montgomery, 'Bert Steward, Edward Stone, Zack Supplemental .Assessment Columbus Mosier, Oscar T. 65 '2.'81 Supplemental Assessment Nashvjlle Jennings, R B. 115 j 4",l ",lB2 Supplemental Assessment Patmos „ Bostic, Vasco , 135 5.62 Rogers, A, L or (Alvin) 275 11,24 Bush, C. H. 25 1.20 Hunter, Jerry 175' J 7.? Supplemental Assessment; Saratoga !., Allen, Jim 85 ~ Cannon, W. M, 50 Nolen Dist. 29 Township of Bois D'Arc Supplemental Assessment V Spring Hill i3g Ferguson, H. L. 100 4.21 Foster, Orval 50 2.2Q Supplemental Assessment,"'" De Ann 7 Burke, Bill or (W.VJ 80 341 Gilbert, W. M. and Frank 1025 Gilbert, Otis 2CO Mayo, Smead 2E De Ann -Ne. 7 Township of Garland Allen, Weber .". 30 1.00 Arnold, Vernon 55 2.41 Barrang, Clarence 35 1.61 Beard, Bill 20 1.00 Bennett, Roy 30 1.00 Burke, C. M '25 1.20 Burke, Melvin 30 1.40 Clark, Nolen 15 .80 Curry, Earlie 20 1.00 Foster, Franklin 20 1.00 (Garvin) or Garland, Alvin -30 1.40 Harmon, C. H 25 1.20 Hamilton. Minims 20 1.00 Jackson, Andrew James, Warren .... James, Lee Lee, Theodus Lockhart, Ben McClenton, Frank Osborn, Map Scott, Tom Snowden, Jeff Snowden, John .... Woodberry, John .. Burrull, Crayton ... Elliolt, Will Johnson, Hercules McClendon, Lula .. Wright, Nettie 30 35 20 35 35 20 35 35 35 35 35 75 50 65 80 10 1.40 1.61 1.00 1.61 1.61 1.00 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.61 3.21 2.20 2.81 3.41 .60 Soil, Stephenson Dist. No. 44 Township of Bois D'Arc James 135 Ebenezer Dist. No. 50 Township of Bois P'Are Scoggins, Ezra 175 Shiloh Dist 55 Township of Bois D'Arc 5.03 7.23 Henegan, Jeff Jackson, Ma.U Jackson, Mack Richardson, George iSmith, Milton ..... Toland, Fl.itcb.er 20 20 10 35 25 25 1.00 1.0,0 .60 1.66 1.20 1.20 •Oak $.r«yc f>l|t. 61 Tow»shi|) «f f pis S'Arc Forbes, Tyrie 120 5.0! Supplemental Assessment Iron Springs ZZ Township of Garland Dixon, Ed 35 Supplemental Assessfru Centerville 67 • Austin, W. A . 120 Supplemental Assessment Nazarene 77 Smith, Lee 50 Trotler, Matthew 75 , .2j) Westley G.roye 7? Supplemental Assessment Johnson, Sam 40 2.0| C E B.T I<F I C AT'i STATE OF ARKANSAS, COUNTY OF HEMPSTEAD^ss; -. I, Leo Ray, County Olerk an,ej Ex-Officio Clerk of the Probate Djjr vision at the Cbanceir-y Court withjjpi and for the County and State atom said, do hereby certify that the above and foregoing list of delinquent personal taxes for tbe ye^r ,of 1942, was filed in my office on the flth day of .November, 1943, the time prescribed by law. Witness my hand and seal of said iCowi on this 8th day of November, 1943. LEO RAY, ^ A> County and Clerk of CouAty.

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