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PAGE "SIX (A&t) Republicans Likely To De• lay Convention To See What Democrats Do BY BKUCE CATTON pourier News Washington Correspondent , WASHINGTON, Nov. 2b. — For 'the second time in history, one of the major political conventions may be held as late ns August. Chairman John D. M. Hamilton of the Republican National Committee has .pretty welt sold (he party high command on (he idea Plan Calls For Money To 'Be Expended Within 30 Days I)Y tt1U,AKl> It. SMITH United I'ITSS Stuff Corrcsjiondimt MADISON, Wis. (UP)—There's n "pension party" rising lo haunt. Wisconsin politicians. Seaming "liatn mid eggs" slogans, (his movement feeds on the proposal of "$CO nt GO." Peter Ziscli ts Its promoter. Zlsch also Is executive director of the Citizens' Pension Recovery thai the Republican convention in plan. inc. He sponsored n "little 1940 ought to be held alter the Townsenrt" net In the 1938 lecis- Democmtlc convention. Now the ! a lure but It was rejected. Ills plan idea Is being carried farther, in jiro; osed a transactions lax'lo pay high Republican circles, and there pensioners "$GO at 00," with the is talk of holding the convention provision Dint such payments must late In July or August. be spent In this slate wllliin one This will ue one of the siibJccU ,-,u-nth after receipt, discussed ti'hen the party's cxecu- trUd- when Republicans sent out live commute meets here Dec. 7. a . cn || for organization of a "Vmi- FAVOR LATE DATE Utoiucrs-for-Presldenl club." Zlsch TO AVOID IETDOWN ' W Hl Ills iicnslonei's responded. In Those favoring a late date argue r n c(, their response was so great that there is always a letdown uml t] !ev seized control of the after a presidential convention. Vamienberg movement from Its The delegates go back home full of original sponsors, enthusiasm and energy, then have s Hoasls of Strength to wait n couple of months before i zi^i, boasted that he can move they can really get to work. i| n t 0 n ,i y ,, ar ty meeting with .his One • suggestion being advanced forces-nnd make the party like it, is that-It mlglit be smart to make w j )D i)] CV jt j s Republican, Demo the presidential campaign swing crn i jc or progressive, into high immediately after the ( L, nlost movement of Zlsch, wlio convention, have Uie formal noti- nlso < s cxec uttve secretary of the flcaticn of the nominee as soon ns Nnttotm i Association of Coroners, possible, and start the candidate ls 0 r gBn | 7r ,tloii of the Liberal Remit on his speech-mnMng tour ,,,|i,]| c!m Pnrty of Wisconsin. Its right after that. This would keep |)m . posc , s , 0 ; im . ge polltlc ; of .. rc . tempo high all through the cnm- nctionavies," zisch nnnounced. P a| g"- I This new "movement" is on- In line with this Idea, plans nre Ur( , )y sr . pllrate from hls pension being made to get ns much as pos- nl[m zlsch snltl Nevertheless he slble of the routine spade-work cxl)ncts most or lhe ))enslon Rrivo . Y, -NbVfeliBfefe 25, 1939 (Continued from F»j« 0) PH. . T«U) !n>t Vlluo Tl< II. I,. C. V. A. . Mcl.pod, Moody Ifudion, Hughes, . . . l.i|iford, A. y. Lucius. 3. I,. i. W. 11. 11. SI. \. V. .,. W. A. O.'prmoti, .7olnt Ovcrlon, Dill Overtoil, Crls Richardson, W. II. Ulrhar.lson, T. J, ritorcy, II. II. SliHiiKiT. O. ¥. S(,rlin.Tr, Clms, Tulan.1, John Tiiinlinsioii. DiUtil Williamson. W. It 40 105 MO 210 i:i:, 200 1170 NO no 120 105 •15 05 110 1)5 K School District No, 30—Tomato Adams. ./. Q. Adams, [j. A. , .. ,. llcllew. Mary l\pll.-w, I'anl II. llidwell, I,o,. llroniu>r, 1,. 11. Huchnitan. ,f/icV H.lll.'r. Ivan BillliT, 11. W. i.'armaii, .l,,!,ti Carmen, S, T. I'ocliriln, ,1. I,, t'o.'liian, Klmpr CoU'inun, .1, A, ('onnle-y, 1't'tu Davis. J. f. flrffcoll. .11m Kalemn. K. K. Fnrr, Mi) In,, Fnsler, Willie. ni((onl. Frank noil, ]>. I,. llarsliman. Aluly Hull. A, .1. Holt. T. II. 1.42 tM •1,43 8.50 •1.78 10.27 13.10 4.90 •1.00 -1.24 •1.78 3.72 i.r,<j .'l.BS 3.30 a,so 4.U7 50 IU 10 Id 1'20 1.71 1.77 J.42 1.77 1.17 1.42 1.2-1 l.fil l.-l 2 1.77 1.12 I,.I 1 ; •Tone*. J. H. K'elzor. llnck I.eo, Jim McAilno. 1:, 1,' McClnln. .1. o. McCliali, M. (I. MIlclniBson. II. V. Jlyrlck. J-.-nrl Myriek. K. VallTKon, John Pelem. Frank I'njie, (leo. fuel.. C. K. KitiMlwt, .1. H. Xasspr. 1). 6. Ncalllons, .1. K. Sliea, Hare! KlalMrs. (ipo. W. Kin n ford, II. K Tavlor, Chas. THIiium, Eil Tillman. S. I,. A Mil F. M. IVylcy of the campaign out of the \vtiy before the convention. In 1938, it Is recalled, Mr. Hamilton took office as chairman and cates to join It. Voice No Confidence "Never take a politician's word for anything" Is the slogan of the founnd-as new national chairmen , 1CW t Flf(ccn of , he 26 w|]0 usually find-that he had to start nltcnrlcd , ls first orean tatlon from scratch. Nobody knew how „„.„„„ ,„ [lle ,_,,„„ , nj hc[u ,. much money was going to be! qunrlcvs nlso belong to the other available, where it was going to- ZIsch cntcl .p,.| se . irritation over come from or who wns golnng to . lunfllln , lc(l political promises" Eet *'•• prompted them to launch this new HOPE TO ELIMINATE ROUTINE WORK If enough of this routine work can be eliminated ahead of time, party, they explained. To obtain endorsement • of the new party, candidates for state and local office first must subscribe It is figured, the campaign can to its platform and then file writ- sivlng Into high right •Biter the ten resignations which win become convention without, any waste nio- ticn. - Naturally, it won't be possible to do all of It. For one thing,-a effective If they do not live up to Its requirements. Tfie new party wil hold Its first convcntloiV. In 'Ripon, : popularly new nominee is always entitled to known ns the birthplace of the name a new national chairman .Republican party In 1854, Zlsch who In turn may name n new com- announccd-wlth n reminder that mltle . staff. But it is felt that: oniy „ few persons were present on enough can be done to make the Job ct the new chairman (if there is a new one) a good deal easier. One reason for wanting K late Republican convention is the prevailing uncertainty about what line the Democrats are going to take. In 1936 everybody knew the Democrats would nominate Hossevelt on a straight New Deal platform that occasion. Flashlight Shooters Tempted With Good Shots MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UP)~Thc slate department ot conservation plans to use "glass eyes" to catch hunting law violators. Glass reflectors, rescmulf; the Democratic nominee will be an olnss mtmors res ardent New Dealer, a middle-of- .„,, ... ..,„, b ' .: the reader of nn rmti. The Re- ™U lumters and perhaps pick their more Intelligently if they know just who and what they're going to be up against. CIVIL WAR DEMOCRATS • CONVENED IN AUGUST . Since the Republican party was organized—in 1856 — there have been 21 presidential elections— and, 01 course, 42 national nominating conventions. Thirty-three anl- nreas have been killing deer at night by spotlight shooting. At the sound of the hunter's gun a game warden will pull a string causing the "eyes" to drop out of sight. As the hunter approaches Ills "game," the warden will nrrest him. Home Ruled Public Place REGINA, Sask. (UP)— Because his own home was uo longer a r.f these conventions' liave been; private dwelling, Frederick Plante held in June, sis In July and two In May. The 'only one ever held in August was the Democratic conven- , of 1864. This was when the Civil War was on and the line the party took was going to be determined pretty largely by what happened in the Held. was convicted in court here ot having liquor in n place ether than a dwelling. He previously was convicted of keeping liquor in his jhomc for sale. Under the Saskatchewan Liquor act, any such dwelling is regarded as a public place. Read Courier News TVant Ads HOLD EVERYTHING - By Clyde Lewi* "GesundheiU" ills sr. •10 40 •10 40 100 125 :tofi 1.10 liiO 100 13Ti or. •1*5 iir, •10 225 Mr, 8!ir, Sfi •10 so r,o nor, .1115 270 10 75 BO 535 . •1.25 1.77 11.01 S.liO 1.77 •I .-til 1.011 u.r.i 1.59 7.07 11.}!, i.or, 1.44 1.42 1..12 1.-I2 :i.r,t 1.13 10.7:1 •l.fiO 5.00 a.51 •1.78 U.rlti io..ir, i.or 1.42 7.07 5.M 12..17 1.2-1 1..12 1.77 1.77 1:1,08 if.r.n 20.71 i ,'f.ns 0.57 1.-12 2 GO 2.12 'orslcy .C; ihuvnnl c'lool .District No. 32—Promised Isaac ^0 1.J2 Andrew .|Q - i ,|2 , IMiunn. 1'nnl . "line. 1!. I, "lIiiB, .T. A. rou-». W "tnillicrs. "'Silly. .1. . l*v. Henry f>leiiiAll. Ton; ro\v. John 85 •10 nio 1.21 i.-12 24.In 320-11 32 CO 1.77 no 135 r.o •I.711 1.77 fuller, . . P. It R. lavls. W. \V. lennls, Cal 'nril. .Tolin 'ord. Jlrs. Sallle M. T. larrls. W. K. lording,. ,1. JI. "arily. A. A. nrnnr. (Irailj- irrcll. Oills >lin>n». .1. K. nlniilO. O. \V: "lone. Will W. It. "rlf "let. Wlclidl. "llcliell . K. 0. John P. n it. i,. w. n. Anderson "avo. Hooper '"Isnn, Have • olile, Bol) f). ft..... n . w > ,, jnil.Iick. Andrew .. Rolil. ' "Mrlov. F, V. llnfforil. 0. II. . Hiclianl ' w'llliiir ' ...J, dtls rt'nllou. Van l Vhlnglr.n. Archie Ward. Allen —. F,.' 0. U »'l.itej J. W. J. W. Gland Williams. W. T. School District Akins. Ma . Cecil Colp. A. K I. C. H. links. 1,. Volts. Willie rlcr. Joe Ifcnson. H. F. Tordoii E. A . W. 40 SO DO in 210 100 3f> 40 -10 •10 175 140 •10 10 10 •10 40 2ir, SB 375 00 SO 40 40 120 40 •10 SO 40 10 r.o 50 no 130 110 -i a 50 -10 175 r>so 190 50 E. -to ICO 150 r.o -10 .in u r , A- Me, Virgil r,f> IIP. Ahe ir.o K. r>. • 4Q '• Chr ' , 7 : nlstrlct No. 31—tfamher MAotl, C. I,. ino Allen, .less ]',„ ArPTiilnll. J. F. /. J. T. \- K. F. llntpj. John . Carl Hpnton, IJnht. "entnn. FranV Berry. .Tini 1l"OlT, H. W. , . . Brand:. Willie . Deo -. .1. |I. ll. \V. H. . Vnnl Collins, K. II. l>onthctt. Kvo Kwlnt. M»t r'orlpnl-erry, Dcwpy 0»nn. Cecil tftttry, <]. If. rrant, Frank rrcer. Herman (iivson.' KoM. Hall. W. R. Harris, J. A. Itatchpr, John Illl. A. J. llcr. M. I.. Hnllpy. Jim . iley. K. J. Holtop.. Mr», M»nie rnni. Henry ticll. John Ivy, Hill r»cl«on. Will James, ft. I,. June?, iTanAy Johr.son. .1. E. Knwles, .1. W. ck«r. Albert Mulone. Irvln M»nc«. E. I). McMoir!.. Joan Moore. 0. C. Mojcll, Alhprl ^tu^gr^ve, Jeff N'cwhorn. .7. A. Sorlheull. Coy 1'olhrd, Waller ftamlio, P]PA» 40 inr, C.90 SnO 10 50 f,0 120 40 s«r. 10 r.s 110 200 40 40 50 40 235 IGlt 1.42 s.r.o 3.51 1.24 1.J2 I.J2 1.42 r.,20 •l.nr 1.42 R.SJ 1.42 1.-I2 I.-I" 1.J2 7.P 1.7 11.n i.-12 1.42 4. •i.or 4.7 l.J 1.7 1.4 1.2 i.r.i 7.0 i.-c n.fii 5.3 1.4' 1.41 S.I i.-i: 1.7 5.a 1.4' <•••>! Kin .1.0 l.H n.s la.n is.o 1.1 i.a 100 no 115 40 120 40 265 Co 180 i'>5 240 10 50 180 145 200 315 40 240 40 65 390 65 'cbiter, Cl&retica .School District .tkins, Itnflin rnjpiilro,,!, O/»J« laiftr. '[. A.' iBKivell, U. 0. lark.'r, A. V. Utrfi.'lor, Ii. !,. larker. 11. 11. i-tlcrton, Kay tvlll. It. W. llnyluck, (!. I,. WiylurV, .!. fl. iurkK, ChfkU-r Inrku, (iny J. W. Janld, D. 0. liuiilNOn, AlliMI )avis. L. C. )uuj!)n», I), Ii. loslt-r, 1>. I,. Mwurdt, Sharon n, ,/. W. NoaV Virrur. It. N. t. W. J. l, II. W. on, V. V. •omlroji. 11. J. •'onl, W. .M. 11. W. M. II. r'reil Cnlloway 1). Jnrt V»lne T T^ b 2 °5 ' 7,23 Ko, 3fi^Buid«tte 100 5,00 100 i la 140 90 70 4tr, 110 115 10 150 c.nu J.Oli •i. us t>.io 2.48 1-1. Oil :i.su 4.07 'innks, aj-iiiT. iitrin-r, lay, looil, iarrcll . U- iarnll. T. /(. iillun, ]. K. In,)-. H. 0. Ire.'n. John lardln, ,1. M. lay, J. 1). C. K. J. Klvlu . Cecil fordon, '(!. II. \Mthley, J. If. ,acl,'(;m<J, Alfred .acklanil, Illrh .ant-Icy, H. J. :.ep, Will l.onk'. II. K. l.ove. Jack Malmu. A. I). Mfthan, K. M. Willlo K. Mnhan, David It. Hay. O. K. MeadosvK, 11. F. Mtolmpl, Charles Michael, r. F. JlcKinncy, W. M. iBlriliy-, Mrs. Vliln 0. 'ankoy, II. I), ^ayjip, J. A. 'rltcharu 1 , Ku|;c!,o Inkoslraiv, iceil, Knrl ' iLicl.nrdson, Murray UlchiirJ*on. Kim [ilchord.iOH, Joe Hlioiles. Dr. J W. Sroll, It. 11. :|<!\viml. W. C. iivect, II. It. Tale, K. M. Fexns tfo. Thomns. ifrs. I/ucy Joe 'I'runnn Ware. M. C. Watkius. I'. K. Windcy. M. II. Whilllp. S K. Williams, .1. A. Williams, Klnicr Wooldridgo, It O Wrlfht.. II. 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I! 10 r.r, 145 ISO 135 230 100 00 105 165 MO •10 2.3C S.I: C.3 P 4.71 S.I 5.DI 2.12 5.a School Dlslrlct No. 38—Shaitv Grovi Andrpw.s " " Austin, llniloy, Itakcr. Baker, llcly . 1.3 8.9 3.15 1.10 4.94 3.0S 5.IS fl.63 1.10 6.58 1.10 1.78 10.00 1.78 K. S. i. It. I,. L. X Ocia 1.PW1S Carl . . Annie IlollinKer. Nielvin Ilollcll, C. W. Bresver.. Felit llouiulu, Clan.l Buchanan, C. I/. Nurejn. Floyil Coot. 0. 11. Craig, I,. 0. . • Crnin. .1. F. ' Cnllins. Johnnr Ci.nnlnfham, Virgil Davitl. ,f. If. D.iviil, Mrs. C. 11. Davenport, Claud Davidson. Jethro Dildy. J. R. Dnnnlil, It. T.. Donncr, Henry I>onncr. Riiyruoful Donner. Francis Donald, A. I,. Knlnnhs, Tom K. II. Files, J. H. Kuril. \V. II. Freco. Geo. Oaines. It. A. Dennis F. Kst Griffin. .T. A. Orlffin. K. C. Ounn, Pat namtnctt. O.scar Hammond. 0. S. Hp-mner. J. K. Harmon. A. T>. ttcndrir. A. n. Herrlni;. J. N. Hentloy. J. W. Hollls.'l'pck Holland. T. «. Holcomli. llnie .lacliaon. Vrank Johnson. K. ff. Johnson, Bert (••(•Icl.nm. II. It, Key. Jack I.pvvis, Davo Little. Norman l.onp. J. T. l.onp. f.CP Loveless. K. S. Manyard, W, C. \tcCnin, Clyde McClouil. W. J. McKcinip, Jess MrKrrmp-, Tom MilliKan, Clay Moore. Welton Mullipan. Franlc Xpply. W. Jt, Xohlin. W. It. Owens .Mrs. I.. ,1. Paul, llplvin Perkins. .1. B. Price, .fohn Trice. S. W. Prlcp. R. W. Hay. H. T. KccJ. A. C. Hobins. Pal Roberts, P. If. Hayiier Hros. Hn«!i. 1). T. Sawyer. L. Scott. Mrs. 0. K. Smith. Ross. Snc-ivdcn, C. O. Hhacktrlonl. W. M. Slutls. A. L. Stevens. Oscar Slmms, Chas. Smitn, Ned Strong. Pcrrjr HluW>». T. J. Talp. W, I,. Walker, I.cre-y Ward. Nick Stovpnn, Mclvln Slolts, Lester Tnnncr, Boss Watson, Norman Whltp, ClPO Wilson. 0. V. Williams. Herman C. 37 125 05 110 05 150 110 70 40 75 1 10 40 BO 220 95 •275 135 150 50 300 95 90 40 105 05 SO 200 95 90 100 435 205 125 120 100 105 235 115 125 G5 105 05 S'i 100 30 110 125 05 40 JO 45 135 145 35 too 255 05 40 38.1 130 120 95 45 40 105 135 135 1IC 110 100 120 1!0 215 45 125 105 lift 410 415 215 13.-, 30(1 5(1 110 in i> 210 13:, 55 100 S5 120 1 105 50 50 115 150 no 4.5 115 13.2S •i.-i: 3.3! 3.S! 3.31 2. IS 1.45 2.06 4. IU 1.42.83 3.30 9.7 4.78 5.3 1.33 l.'J' 3.1 1.4' 3.72 3.3' :'..s 0.2 3.3 3.10 15.1 7.2' -l.l: -1.2 3.5 5.8 8.3' 5.1 4.4 l.-l 2.(i 3.1 3.3 .1.0 3.5 1.0 3.P 4.4 3.3 1.4 1.1 Del. VllHtmi, Mn. Dora ViHisMi, J. I.. Villiani*. Karl V«lti« 65 410 11,61 Villiains, Karl 75 2.00 Vilin, Italjili 8f, 3.01 Vrilil.1, II. ('. 24f. 808 School District h'o. 40 In— Lcachvllle I.sanJ.'r, .1. W, aso JJ.ll rii.j1l, John .10 1.02 ].,!!, ilt", .1. O. 150 0.00 Jariihley. J. K. 12.'. 5.0. r . •o.,l». If. Kon . J.,,-., J. K. i. ].. W. J. \V. H. tryaiil A- 1'urrisli lurk, (.'laud tyrd, K. K. •nrtiT. I.. ('. l> M. JI. rtly. F. H. .'ox. .1. K. •olhtrn, 11. C. 'ouoii, Karl' Dru^ Store l.inher Idle, K. 0. lavis, I. 0. >jv €. 0. lisllin, J. L. ...iar.l, Mary HJfin. «. I.. l>«vn W^.-r. F. I'. n, CurtN ThMtro 9111. II. A. . , W. <!. In,. l>. r. ll,.riiuo». WiUU llollis. W. II. lllJIMIOll, II. H. lluwarJ, II. 11. El.n.-aril Funeral Itoj J. T. 0. 1>. ;!i, C. W. n.-H. K. W. ramor. H. K. rhi'HIe lliinkinif (.',; I.,,.. I'. I.. Mi-adovvs, Clarpiico (. A. L. f, C'lyilc ^., (, Clara Mnorin«, W. It. '.'..'.., II. E. I'allcrjiin. 1'. T. I'syiip. Jloslnc I'l.nlil'S Itayinnnd Powell. J). II. .'rn]i5l, J. U. IlilrtlS Motor Co, HOKI-", TPil Jisnders. C. A. - Srnll. B:"V. F. M. Slifit.. B. !/. .1. J. a. w. , S, L. Sinclair Kcftnlne On. Sinitli, If. V. Smith. T. A. Smith. l!ar Snpll, Tlllcy 'J>. .Starnes, itrs. Win stpirarl, I,. S. fitinson, It, K. J. M. Ward. Sol Whellor, W. E. Wlieelpr Furnilure C 1 Willifoiil, M. L. WinMeail. Luther Wood, A. I,. J. 0. iO I 25 50 9-5 300 145 31) 50 75 «l) M 100 50 1000 111! J.'i 50 50 100 100 !, 1 :> .',0 75 100 i;oo I !)5 iir> nO 000 75 50 250 000 1050 170 125 115 100 100 2'JO 100 50 290 S3S 750 100 75 50 150 200 200 100 300 :i2f, 150 50 125 . 2.02 4.01 -1.01 20.81 2.02 3.03 •1.04 21.24 20.20 10.10 38.30 12.4 75 <IO 40 50 300 300 50 75 150 120 100 75 50 75 !IOO 50 150 05 05 4.0 4.04 10.10 11.7 4.0 2.02 11.7 13.5 30.30 1.04 3.0: 2.02 ti.OG 8.0 8.08 4.0 12.1 13.1 0.00 2.02 5 On 3.0: 3.U 1.02 2.01 2.01 3.0: 0.0' 4.8. 9.0< 4.0 3.0: 2.0! 3.0 36.3 2.0 0.0 2.0: 2.0 1 fllil!£. <J. O. u-> -." School Dintrlct No. 40 Out—Lcachvlll 1). Allison, W. 0. llakcr. Carl C. A. (taker. V.'slpr llalledge. .Mrs. Rachel Bnrj-, J. W. Haxlpy, John Hoard, R, !.. Ilillinslcy. J. F.. lllankenshl],, Jnc Bogle. Ifarrj- Iloyd. 0. W. llrickcy, J. S. Dtonks, If. G. Rruuks, Mrs. 0. Hrothcrton. Kack Buchanan, Jess C. C. CahiWll, J. O. Carter. Arthur Casper, Jap. Cartfiars, I.. C. Chapin, Edn'ln Chililress, R. A. ChiUrcss. K. \V. Jlrs. Clmrct, J. W. Coltman, Jess ^Collins. Toni Cook, Charley Cooney, K. Cooiier. Karl Cofnett, Clavul Cox, J. W. Crnin, Thomas Gulp. 3. 0. Gulp, Luther Culn. Mallhcw Cunninchatn. J. X. Cunningham, K. U. Dallas. L. K. Taylor Hill 0. R. _ II. W. Deathcragc. Russell Dealherase, \V. R. 0211-, II. 0. IJi.Ton, 0. L. Dixou, R. 11. Deunison. >.'. A. Eilwarila. Frank Ellis. Tom F.llis, O. 1'. Emerson, M. 0. Ejiperstm, J. W. Evas, Charlie En-ing. Will Ferguson, A. 5f. Finch, H. C. Fleeman. Cnrl FloyJ, U R- Davis. Davis. Davis, Davis, Francaway Robprt Krancavvay, Henry Vrancawny. Krnesl Frcnctr, H. 0. yrench, Kcnnrlt Frtnch, K. M. Oalypan. E. L. Oilibs. T. L. Oibson., W. L. Qihfon, H. 1*. Goodman; T. Jj. Grant, Hoy Grant, Otto Oreen, P. A. Green, J. Tt. Griffin, I.on Hahn, ». JT. Hall, J. C. Hargrove, Coma Harjier. Davo Harris, -Mrs. W. 0. Hcflin, Llilher Hcnler, .'. C- Herndon, W. H. HleVn, W. \V. Hoditc. Allic .^..^.^ , Avpn folder, Buster [ollo.vay. Frank lolloivay, W. K. InHson. I). A. r. .ToVn Hutchinf. O. H. T. 0. M*r>h«ll R. F. 0. \V. C. -V. Hyde, Jonc.x Jones. Jones, Jonc*. Jones, J. H. Joyce. Troy inder. Oscar rfdtli. H. J. ,ce. P. 1.. jvvellen, J. 1). ...tile. John l,owery, Hnymond l.owery, Luther \faddison, Ernest , ll»ior«, M». .1. I.. Ma , . .. alonp, K. C. Martin, O. !l. Marlln. J. B. Maytifld. Ii. \-. McHaney. F. I.. McCcmnell. Hud MeWllHamj. Picas McnJenhull, V.. Mprcditli. A. K. Miller, Cland Moore. Walter .\loori-. T. II. Morphls, A. H. 105 110 05 150 190 2:>0 140 120 110 200 f/35 95 110 140 95 145 55 • 110 105 40 50 •10 165 110 •190 190 190 00 90 110 105 r.o 120 •10 73 150 110 40 235 135 110 50 120 225 50 100 205 430 90 110 95 30 105 230 95 145 50 30 90 150 105 200 240 115 40 170 70 , 225 115 •10 lln 405 180 90 175 135 490 100 40 160 75 230 175 125 65 350 105 100 45 40 40 235 315 95 155 130 1(10 100 105 110 120 90 100 3SO 420 125 135 105 240 30 180 525 355 •10 US 200 160 40 115 305 115 55 220 35 i.S 3.8 2.3 5.3 0.7 8.1 4.9 4.2 3.8 7.0 1S.9 3.3 3.8 4.9 3.3 5.8 l.-l 1.1 1.4 5.S 3.8 1 7.3 0.7 5.7 2.1 311 3.S 5.8 1.1 1.1 2.0 5.0 3.S 1.4 8.3 0..' 3.S 1 4.2 7.9 1. 1. 3. 5.3 3." 9.2 8.' 4.1 1. C. 2. 1. 4.' 1. 4. 10. 0. 3. 0. 4. 17. 3. 1. 5. 2. 8. 6. I. 2. 12. 3. 3.5 1. 1. S.3 II. 3.T 5.4 4. B. 3.5 3. 4.2 3. 3. 13, 14. 4, 4. 3. 8,. !.( 6.: 7.! 12. 1. 4.' 1.' 5. 1. •I.' 12. 4.07 1.95 7.79 3.01 Illlps, lludlan Jobs I,. iln.l K v 0, ID it . . "* — -- Brathcrs Grocery 1900 61.20 '|iPr| It.'A." nit on, I'ai yinore, I. L. uimii,,, ,;. A. i|,|>, J. J. Jlr», I,, A. ii-nw. W. .1. f.'le, J. G. rvvart,' Mrr. .1. tylor, Ocin lOiiias ,1!. A. lornton, 1). I 1 , ' ra.»hpr, K. allace, W. K. alls, Vernrin alkcr, I,. 1). ar-1. «. I,, hitakcr, W. I-'. Million., W. o. llhorn, Ar.-li illiK, K. K. "son, It. L. ood, W. .]. ortJliill, J.. \V. rlBht. Harry School District No. is. arnliart, 0, K. arnpu. l.oiiltn ellnh, .1. K k. (i. W'. ollinjicr. ,1. (Store) rown, Charles K. rown, O. W. rown. L. S. uck. A. V. yril, Porler nrnal. Mrs. W T lark, J. K, Irirk. Nettle folo. Uc-rliert lanielf, Roy Invhl, Jlaj- "pckor, Gilhprt lewhitt, It A orsylhe, Floyd larrclt, Ii. V. lillam, C. W •kina, J.. C. fawklns, K. .1. laggard, Klgie lodge, Gone lo.lKe. W. II. or.nKOn. L. N. OIIM, K. p. .aml>, J. C. -eisa, II. T. MacDole, 0. II 'litcliell. J. S. CPU', James Ohbards, C. C. 'ar.sle>-, O. W. > allerson, Hmma icrce, Ailam ta>-. Ben coWiIiis, If. K. Ililhley, G. R. imith. Oil • noiv, Harrv Snou-, 51. W. aow, John Slice, J. T. rliompson. John rrusty, I,. H. PS. Charles Ward, Ode .Var.l. W. Ii. iVntWns, 0. 11. Wilson, L. T. Winslead, J. G. School District No. 47- Xlcxatulfr, )I, C. xMexandrr, T. : l.ir/ies, J. W. Sanies, J. B. illackwooil, 1>. II. 3roivu, It. D. Bryant, (llpn Buclt, Sam BucV. If. 0. Buri, W. Ii. Connelly, X. C. flil.linp. Marvin Ford, Jim alncs, T. 7,. alnps. Thos. ftinea, Henry Hnnnon, H. II. Henderson, Hoy Ifoilce, L. F. Holland, J. N. _ram, Oscar Jones, tV. J. Minyanl, A. M. Moody. A. Y, Xiohols, fr.i Oyprton. Hill Polk. .Toe Poff. Cnrl 1'off. M. F. Portlock. J. W. Hay, Tom lloagan, W. C. igan, Lee Ite:.Kan, Martin Russell, Leori Toinlinson, Dilzpl ToniHnson. J. W. Walker, K. B. White, Pallord Wright. Mrs. M. C. School District No. 46 Ailams, J. H. Adams. Willie Adkisson. Mrs. Mary Berry, Jim Bouo, C. !!. Carson, Howard Carion, Lovcll Cherry. O. E. Cribb.s. John Crotts, J. fl. Davis. Allen Davis. Donalil Davis. Mack Donthit. E. bouglas. Lee Kihrards, Jol.n Kllioll. C. C. Fair, Janips Kaughl, .1. K. Franklin. Bennlc Garner, Dj'pr Cray. J. n. Haney. Chester Hanled, fioosevpH Har.lln. Will Harrison. I A. Hart. Will Hall. Enoch Haskins. C. F.. Kaynie. T. 0. Hays. Oenl Hickman. D. F. Holmes. Mary Hill. J. 0 Hupv. ,1. W. fsland, Johnnie James, Amanda Jamerson. J. A. Johnson. Lnlar .Tones. Cl-.ud -Tonps. Sterling .lones. A. F. Kellcy. Willis Kiluore. Iln.l Kirk. Bill I.pmons. P. W. Lemons, W. it. Leslip, Jack Louis, Henry Low. H. I,.' Mahrpy. Emily McDanlel. Klvlo McCoy, Jim McGee, J. .1. Mrlzrcr. W. T. JTnsgravp. Jeff M.isgravc. J. C. Northern, Torn Ouora, .1. O. Patterson. G. W. Prland, Frank W, ReP.l, Frank lloherls. Jlrs. R. I,. Robinson, A. Ross. Vcrl Ryhv O. D. sinp. i.. o: Smllh, W. K. Smllh, Roy Stewart, Mrs. Etlwin Sturgeon. LllUe Sniilpr, Russell SultES, W. 0. Sikos, Goo. Taylor, John Thompson, Roy Walker, S. R. Williams, W. W. 175 mo 200 ,.,, |;| 5 jo-, ToUl Vilua Tax 60 l.TT 190 0.7a 0.20 5,00 7.08 6.1-1 4.78 3.72 K.I18 3.89 1.50 3.01 •1.07 4.fiO 1.1.10 5,14 4.78 1.12 '•189 a.:io 2.-18 S.T.t 3.W li.f.5 4.43 3.80 3.89 7.01 4.25 8.00 YM •1.78 »./>« 8.3 65 n,v 1:10 43-, ,., r> inn i 2 r, , IO J; t5 Piwlieen |., 0 no un 1,0 200 210 jjr, 3.89 3.89 3.89 7.UH 7.13 9r , 40 155 1 10 1S5 100 210 no no 10,,^ ,,(, .10 115 o[) ,,o 130 1SS .10 jo 05 |2(| 230 40 t,;; 110 4J go :i.36 1.4 2 s.-i a :i.S9 c.sr MiC :i.3i> 1.42 H.I 7.42 13-S 12.0 3.8' 3.3i 4.07 7.1: a.s: 3.Si :(.«! 1.1: 4.0 l.-l 7.0 21.2 0.7 1.4 I.J 3.3 4.2 8.1 1.1 3.3 3.S 1.5 2.S 3.8 5.1 2.3 -1.0 115 135 -Half Moon 320 11.3 75 135 503 135 45 100 2S5 115 7.0 2.0 4.7 17.8 4. 1.5 10.0 4.0 •'215 ?!( 120 4.2 3.8 2.0 3.0 l.fl 110 75 85 140 40 205 315 11. 110 3.8 490 17.3 205 7. 305 10. 30 1. 210 7. 115 4. •10 1. •10 I. 145 5. 40 1. 225 7. 120 4. 120 4. . 1,0 3 40 ' i 95 3 245 s' — Hickmin ' 15., 30 10 SO 75 195 50 30 40 35 40 55 170 30 140 40 280 135 250 40 60 ' 70 515 35 185 150 40 .10 50 ir,o 490 17, 195 •10 I. 2. 30 1. 50 1. 40 1. 40 1. 710 25. 50 1. 30 1. ICO 5. 40 1. 345 12. 40 1. 50 1. . 4.2 5.6 7.0 U. 455 16. 40 40 120 ICO 200 405 1.4 I. 135 145 320 11.3 JO 270 CO 1.4 9. 2. .125 15. 40 1. 30 ' 1. 340 12. 30 145 140 ,20 1.' 5. 4.' 4. 10. 120 4. 2. 7. 4, CO 200 135 , no 4. OOdkouM, ,,„„„, oodjiouse, I.csler School Di,lr|e. t No. ilioll, U. L ™U. It. 'j. 1'ibolnKkl, Henna,, «>ii, Mlkn Vofilcr Bean W. A. A. Ji. mil rook inn. altp Mil, ole, luk. . Damon rtis, a mm ranks •lolin .'. OdJ n, U. A. U, Win. A. W. Jim -II, 0|]|< icl:er, 'ilson. :ltool Jams. Jo* a lunch, lyrd, 'arle nvvklna, M 1 ; U. L. . R. 51. Hobert 0. I., y. L. (J. '""ll. Willis Dill It. L. OJis Jim Allort Itena Dave - It. C H. C. A. J. Willie District No. , W. II. <ler, .1, W. >n. A. F.. % J. H. ?r, Oscar >v, It. M. w, .lolni liwood, Troy \\'. V. (Jco. Torter . Bruce nisli, V. C. -:er, Frank .rk, Charles bur/,, W. II. awford, N 1 . C. PW.S, Oscar >avl.lson,' N'pal ~. l aton, .1. H. )orn. Jim , Tom los, E. N. - . Will iriffin. A. W. larnidn, F. lj. larmo/i, J. A. laslett, Tom tpuley, Geo. tilt, Grovcr nprniu, II. A. 'ftckfion. ,f. It. lohiison, B. F-. 'ones, Ac^uilla *ayno, E. J. ,ove, Orvil .Iftrtin., D. "IcCain, Minnio roildtEt. S. R. leillncV, W. O. Xorthijjgton, Krank ^'orkins, Howard ihodes, John Robertson. K. H. Samples, Jop Sellers. J. 11. Thrasher, Cork- Towel], 0. J. Vamlers, 1). A. Walker, txiyd White, D. W. White. Albert School District No Vilnius. G. E. Arnold, .1. C: nnlley. n.irlpj- Barnc.s. A. L. Bell. W. F Bell. W. If. Blar.kshcar. flloyd lioren. If. II. Broily. Jim Ilrown. H. L. aoate, E. Ii. Jlioate. J. A, Cock ran. 0. K. Crainp. Vireil Creasy, E. G. Creso|>. J. N. Crow. W. D. Davidson. R. A. F.ubanks. Ilprl Gnlley. X. J. Hriinilton. I.pe Hoiljip. E. H. ITowell. Roy Isaac. Frank K'err, ,l; In Kprr. E. J. Lav-son. H. P. Loring. J. M. Maugl.an, W. A. J !«.<-. I.. M. May. D. L. Mcf'nnn, S. L McCann. A. I,. McCftnn, A. J. Montgomery, Scott Murray, J. S. Oirrrtfi. H. D. Parks. Luther Pic-rce. Fred If. -Simpson. 0. C Smith, P. C sums. M. t. Toivlps. M. William* S A Williams. I. N. School District No, Aaron. .1. A. Alibotl. Frank Abbott, Charley Aliboll. Henry Amlprson, C, B Avanjs. Rn, s Buck. A. A. Bnllar.l. W. E llonrcHrl. Joe Bowlioir S p Bnwlinp, H, <i. Bowling, H. F,. BnMh. Hill n-inrlatul, Wade. Boxnrrti. If, Brp^pr. E. P. Brannon. Oeo. Brown. K. C. Hro»-n, John Bnrrow. J. W. Caery. J. >f, Cnery. w. w '•alpr. E. E Cater. Will Chanpy, T. W CTianey, [.. V. ChiHress. James OlarV. Allre,) OluU. II, I,. Cook. Cly.le Cook. 0. B. Coiarl. J. H Cralton, I. .7. Crews, Jno Crourh, I' R Davis. J. A. ' Karl. Bsrney KithanVt. R. K. IJairrliiltl, John Flpemm. 1,. A Holcomn, W. ir. , Harrol. Clautt Horstey. KrntM Higlitn.er. T. J. Holcomb. ,r. K llolden, Jftck Holdcn, Waller .Tack son, W F, Jackson. Sh.rlpy Jackson, I,. K. .tamerson, FranV Jamerfon, TOTD .Tamerson. l.ep, Jollilf, W. M. Jones. Karl Kelley. PI. 0, Kennedy, Ii. A. I.ajtcr, T. G. Lee, ,1. A. Manchester, Tom McCann. A, IT. McCann, Houston McCraw, Opo. Mtdlln, W. H. Miller. 0. I,. Mitchell, Tom Del, Init Vtlut 40 jo—ri»t i, 415 505 100 135 95 nr, 2:10 19.5 145 40 40 1C" UO 245 40 50 39.', 40 JO 3ST, 290 105 190 90 10 40 50 !)70 45 05 (75(1 510 100 320 315 Total Tax 1.42 4.7 B 1-1.G9 11.88 5.CO 4,78 3.30 4.78 8.14 G.91 1.95 5.14 1,42 1.42 S.0'0' 3.10 B.tiS 1.42 1.77 i:: r.s 1.42 1.42 11.S6 10.27 i.Bl 0.73 3.19 1.42 1.42 1.77 34.:14 1.59 2.no 23.01 13.05 3.54 11.32 11.ir 50 60—Brown 215 05 40 110 40 100 110 3.8! 285 10.0' 195 09 .125 :ior, 200 00 7.01 8.32 2.30 I.4L 3.39 1.42 11.5 12.9: 45 135 110 100 2SO 110 180 50 JO 135 45 70 2.12 1.5 •l.ll 3.8: 3.5 '9.9' 3.8 0.3 1.7 1.4 4-7 1.5 2.4 305 12.9 100 5.0 »5 1.2 33 9 •250 250 100 245 250 40 115 140 370 13.1 2.6 0.2 3.R 8.8 8.8 5.0 B.O 8.6 1.4 4.0 175 110 30 30 185 1S5 110 120 .95 125 120 95 305 107 95 -.1.3 . 52—Lost Cane 175 0.2 •III 1.4 30 1.0 135 0.5 130S 40.2 13.9 1.0 G.: 0.5 3.S 4.2 .1.3 4.4 4.2 3.3 UO 185 145 135 750 40 05 40 40 140 75 .1.9 '6.5 290 10.2 110 3.8 110 3.8 39.0 1.1.8 10.0 2S5 145 115 825 160 40 5.1 1.0 29.2 S.O 1.4 05 1.9 200 9 2 40 1. 135 4. 100 3, 1065 3?7 295 10.4 515 19.2 00 2.1 140 •10 •10 290 111.2 120 40 315 175 SO •lor, 4.2 1.4 11 6.2 2.8 ioU 190 115 210 100 nn 95 40 015 21.7 115 100 4.0 3.5 1*i5 5.R 3.">0 12 .1 50 I. 70 135 7f> 110 205 300 10.0 125 40 I3.i 375 120 45 50 30 40 115 205 135 135 215 100 215 335 135 00 145 140 100 40 1.4 475 16.S 50 1.4 1.4 5.4 5.4 4.9 S.3 4.9 2.6 2.1 1.4 4.4 1.4 4 13.2 4.2 1.5 1. 1.0 l.-l 4.0 7.2 4.7 4: 7.R 3.S 7.6 11.: 4. 1 3.1 5.1 4.9 40 40 155 155 140 235 140 75 60 40 300 10.6 110 3.8 105 265 110 105 205 50 45 135 Del, lust 75 130 3.7 0.M 3.89 3.72 7.2(i 1.77 1.50 4.78 2.30 2.06 4.CO ooit, S. If, orrow, W. H. °y«r. J. A. , J. W. cCraw, \V. f). 0 «llj3lll, (itfli 'dliam, DavM "t«. Itleliard j J. U, •>««, Roy : K J. 'I'. al"ier, Ledger Jack -rjimij Tom i)'< !-['., m !T ,! :r«, A. O. •;•, ,1. A. hodps, 0. K, idtff, Harry UBP. J. K. OlIiliK, .1 11 nsli, D. ' 1, coll, L. (!. coll, Jim coil, W. M. t, 1,. X. y, Jewell liltncfn, I,. A. ilioekley, (;, "0. !|ienee, [}. \l il'Nrlotk, A. A. ilalllniiji, (i. K. -ilricklin, Hol«rl 'arvt-r. .1. II. 'JiOirta-v, K, A. 'hompson, .1. I). 'hoiiijiAon, John L ^oole, J. A. Truman, C. .'ines, «'. B. VadJell, Addie p, JI. Ii, Vnrron, t 1 . A. Varren, Jack Vest, .1. I. While, Wm. VMlaki'r, W. M. Wl.inior. H. o. VJ'illilord, .F.. W. iVilliaiiiKon, C. W. Williams, Mrs. Clarpnee Wlllianis, ,1. o, Wiimpfar, K. E. Woods, C. K. School District No 5 Archer, B, James, Tom :*erry, Allen ck. John llradshaw, II Tlryant flin Co. Cobli, Millard Cobb, M. M. Clark, Arthur Davis, CJrover eratfe. ArOiur son, Ernest Hollar, ,1. M. i'oit, M. L. Finley. H. II. Finley, John Oamble, G A. Hall, 1'aul llainmock, I.esllp. Jarrett, J. w. Jarroll, W. A. Jarretl. Eildie Joluison, J. l>, Kollor, lien Slaslers, Jakp L Maynard, W. C. McClnrn. J. O. McDonald, w. O McClain, F. O. Meredith, A. K. Morris, Robert Nepley, Howard 1'age. .1, T. PalsKrove. Mrs. Lob Perry, .Sam I'hillius. Alljert lloach, Dean I'licki-tt. .1. T. Ttobinson, U. Kobinson. P. K. KandBr.--, W. K. . Smith, Ann Srablp, Lee Stevens. .1. I,. Townsend, Jcsso Walls. .1. T; Warren, Ira Wiser, Jack WriRhl. H. H. Young, Ed Young, Cartnel Value : Tax 185 4.78 265 10.45 10.09 11.08 285 330 135 115 .10 110 140 50 13! 110 4.-, 220 75 40 I 10 70. 2-15 110 105 215 C5 7(1 300 44f, 125 45 120 40 100 125 135 05 70 115 110 175 105 4.78 L77 3.8!) 4.90 1.77 4.7ti 'J.dtl i.ra 7.79 1.95 ••i.b'O 1.42 4.90 2.48 L59 3.89 3.72 4.78 7.CJ 2.3(1 2.48 10.02 15.75 •1.41 i.r,9 9.3B 4.25 1.42 5.06 Mil -1.78 2.30 2.18 4.07 4.90 ti.20 3.72 4.13 10.09 6.02 2.12 11.32 S.BII 3.72 7.-13 5.14 3.:l(i 1.42 320 160 ior, 210 14:, 95 •10 i-l—Hockey 111) 3,8.i) -iO 1.42 120 4.25 100 5.00 110 3.89 110 1"*5 75 110 UO 40 70 60 110 110 220 90 115 05 55 40 40 55 75 90 105 40 120 115 40 100 240 110 JO 110 110 135 110 135 110 110 110 110 110 335 120 3.89 4.43 2.00 3.89 3.89 1.42 2.48 1.77 3.89 3.89 7.79 .1.19 4.07 2.30 1.95 1.42 I -t" 1.05 2.66 3.19 5.81 1.42 4.25 •4.07 1.42 5.00 8.50 U.89 1.42 3.8(1 3.89 4.73 3.89 4.7S 3.89 3.SS 3.80 3.89 3.89 11.66 1.25 1.42 ,4.43 10.45 3.89. Subscribed and sworn lo before me Iliis 6th day of Noveinljer, 1939. li. W. POTTER. Clerk BRA'AST STEWART, D. C. "Pain in the Neck" May Be Literally So PHILADELPHIA (UP)—Expressions such as. "that man, gives me a pain," and "this business makes Jne, sick," may be "literally true, according to Dr. Edward Weiss, Temple University Medical Scho:l professor. i «J .Weiss said -that the" body had some sort of "organ language" for the- outlet of tense emoticns, which "mimic almost any .disease." "it has been estimated that one- third of all patients .consulting physicians are suffering from complaints that don't nrise from any physical, disease," he said, "and ail additional cue-third, who do have some physical disease, also"have a psychological disturbance that contributes to it." Long before the arrival of the Pilgrims in the New World, the turkey was the national bird. It. was bred extensively as a medium of exchange by the Aztecs, who also wove colorful garments from the feathers. Says 'Colonies' Not Democratic Charging that a democracy "has no business having colonies" Dr. Ernest H. Gruening, newly appointed governor of Alaska, urges that American territories be prepared for political equality \yith stales,

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