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2214 74TH CONGRESS. SESS. II . CH.28. JANUARY 23,1936. [CHAPTER 28.] AN ACT IUl~23.1_ -or.:~(8;;":".=.;I873ie-')=>~ For the relief of certain persons whose cotton was destroyed by fires in the (PrIft&e, No. 376.) Ouachita Warehouse, Camden, Arkansas. Be it enacted by the Senate and H ouae of Representatives of the o!::!~~ouse, United Statu of America in Oongre88 as8embled, Tha.t the Secretary ot~& arUl~ of the Treasury be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to pay, ~ lor °loa: b7 out of any money In the Treasury not otherwise a'ppropriated, to the following-named persons the amounts specified, In full satisfaction of their claims against the United States for damages resulting from the 10&9 by fire on September 29, 1934, of cotton belonging to them which was stored in the Ouachita Warehouse, at Camden, Arkansas, upon the order of Collector of Internal Revenue, Treasury Dev.art- ment, Little Rock, Arkansas, without insurance: George 'Yllson, $58.73; John Carter and Gordon Supply Company, $5~.38; Cuba Hobson, $66.42; Grant Carter, $56.70; C. R . Bradshaw, $59.94; C. R . Bradshaw, $74.93; Posey Pratt and E. Linebarier, $81.95; Charles R. Bradshaw and Gordon Supply Company, $58.46; Charles R. Bradsha.w and Gordon Supply Company, $58.59; Charles R. Bradshaw and Gordon Supply Company, $57.24; Charles R. Brad- shaw and Gordon Supply Company, $71.82; Charles R. Bradshaw and Gordon SupplI _ComP:!!Jly, $60.35; Andy Bragg, $59.27; :M. J . Wreyford, $69.39; M. J. Wreyford, $70.74; Charlie Jones, $79.52; Charlie Jones, $68.99; W. A . Tate, $80.60; 'Yylie James, $78.30; G. W . Rhymes, $62.10; G. W . Rh~es, $66.83; W. F . Stone, $74.93; W. F . Stone, $73.31; W. F . Stone, $61.43; Benton Williams, $65.48;

Martin and Messer, $68.99; :Martin and Goshen". $73.44; Martin and

Goshen, $67.23; James Adams, $64.80; John .1}'Iolden, $78.44; Joe Highsmith, $70.88; D~ Avery and G. S . Rumph, $60.35; 'V. M. Edwards and G. S . Rumph, $48.47; W. M . Edwards and G. S. Rumph, $73.98 ; James Hempstead and D. L . Gauhan, $68.04; Isom Turner and J. W . Martin, $74.39; F. B . T:::ibble, $73.44; Henry King, $60.75; :Mit HWlter, $67.10; Hobart Clary, $64.53; 'V. O. Beaver and Motor Finance, $59.67; W. O. Beaver and Motor Finance, $65.61; W. O. Bea.ver and Motor Finance, $60.89; W. O. Beaver and Motor Finance, $60.75; Farmers Gin Company, $70.20; Farnlers Gin Company, $61.97; Farmers Gin Company, $55.89; Farmers Gin Company, $63.99; Farmers Gin Company, $53.73; B. T. Laney, Junior, $72.63; Sam Shakelford, $65.48; Ran Terry, $70.61; B. P . Sharpe, $56.84; 'Vill Scott llnd E. Williams, $56.97; Tollie Horton and Graham, ~82.35; S. M . Thomas, $68.18; John Parker, $71.82; J. W . Martin and Thrower, $71.96; 'V. F. Burk, $74.52; O. E . Cox, $76.68; Saint Marys Church, $58.05; Fannie Montgomery, $68.18; Ed Owens, $63.45; Frank Parker, $61.43; J. W. Martin and Arnold, $75.60; J. W . Martin and Arnold, $70.88; John Lilly, $70.88; Dewey Wa.fford and Gordon Supply Company, $66.83; Newman Locke and Gordon Supply Company $62.78; P. H . Highsmith and Gordon Supply Company, $71.42; nollie Vaughn and Gordon Supply Com- pany, $69.80; J. 'V. Martin, $70.20; Fannie Montgomery, $70.74-; George '\V'ord a.nd Gordon Supply Company, $62.10; Fred Curry and Gordon Supply Company, $66.15; Fred Curry and Gordon Sup- ply Company, $69.53; Sam Bennett, $62.10; C. O. Adams, $70.61: Albert Carter, $65.61; Homer Crain, $65.48; J a.mes Curry, $66.56; Newman Locke and Gordon Supply Company, $81.68; Edwin Brod- nax and Gordon Supply Company, $73.17; Joe Brodnax and Gordon Supply Company, $69.66; Hobart Clary, $63.45; W. 'V. Kennedy, $70.20; 'V. W . Kennedy and Gordon Supply Company, $68.99; Posey Pratt and Gordon Su~ply Company, $72.50; G. H.~ Silliman, $72.23; G. H . Silliman and Gordon Supp1y Company, $74.52; Sey-