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Statement showing development of, and resulting liens to lands in New Madrid

County, Mo.

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Total acreage

417, 280 Acreage subject to Little River overflow

140,000 Acreage cleared land in county

305, 000
Acreage timbered and cut-over land in county. 112, 280
Principal towns and their population:
Morehouse.

2, 500 New Madrid.

2. 000 Portageville.

1, 500 Lilbourn

1, 200 Total population of county.

31,000 Miles of railroad. Miles of improved highway

$336, 000.00

30, 540.00 181, 277. 31

4,500.00

$181, 277.31

4,500.00

59 Principal crops and their average yield per acre:

Cotton, 1,300 pounds seed cotton.
Corn, 30 bushels.
Wheat, 18 bushels.

Hay, 1 ton.
Taxable assessed valuation of real estate, 1928. $16, 294, 994
Taxable assessed valuation of personal prop-
erty, 1928..

$1, 527, 546
Taxes assessed on real estate, payable 1928
Taxes assessed on personal property, payable

1928.
Delinquent general taxes on real estate
Delinquent general taxes on personal property.
Levee districts.
Total levee bonds issued.

$1, 446, 000
Interest on levee bonds paid.
Interest on levee bonds unpaid.
Drainage districts.

30 Total drainage bonds issued..

$2, 679, 998. 32
Interest on drainage bonds paid.
Interest on drainage bonds unpaid.
Total road bonds issued.

$850,000
Interest on road bonds paid
Interest on road bonds unpaid.
Total school bonds issued

$298, 000
Interest on school bonds paid.
Interest on school bonds unpaid.
Total water, sewer, and improvement bonds
issued.

$170,000 Interest on water, sewer, and improvement

bonds paid.. Interest on water, sewer, and improvement

bonds unpaid. Total paving-tax bills issued.

$15, 000 Interest on paving-tax bills paid.. Total first mortgages on real estate as reported by 18 loan companies...

Total..

$354.000.00
644, 025. 00

1,092, 000.00

568, 385.00

1, 340, 963. 32
1, 477, 094.06

1, 339, 035.00

672, 984. 95
610,000.00

240,000.00
350,000.00

48,000.00
65,000.00

170,000.00
250,000.00

82,500.00

72,000.00

98,000.00

48,000.00

53, 000.00

15,000.00
8,000.00

5, 252, 727. 61

4, 662, 082.38 10, 740, 949. 87

185, 177.31 2, 500 150,000

Compilation of loss and damage caused by the overflow of the St. Francis river and

its tributaries in New Madrid County, Mo.

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Lives lost.
Dwelling houses destroyed and damaged.
Gins destroyed and damaged.
Barns destroyed and damaged.
Work stock (horses and mules) lost.
Cattle lost..
Hogs lost..
Poultry lost.
Damage to household goods.
Damage to farm implements.
Damage to automobiles.
Damage to feed stuff.
Cost of replanting
Damage to land caused by sand, debris,

spreading of obnoxious grass seed, and

washing
Loss of rents.
Miles of fence destroyed and damaged....
Loss and damage to growing cotton crops.
Loss and damage to other growing crops.
Loss and damage to matured crops.
Damage to private roads and bridges.
Damage to private drains and ditches..
Business losses.

2,000

100 1,500 2,000

$32, 500

2,000 14,000 1, 075

150 7,000

400 5, 500 7,000 2,000 27, 500 70,000

7,500 20,000

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2,000

500 50,000

2,000 100.000

453, 200

272, 925

726, 125

New Madrid County, Mo., produced in 1925, 68,055 bales cotton; in 1926, 31,626 bales; in 1927, 15,888 bales; and to Nov. 14, 1928, 8,709 bales.

Statement showing development of and resulting liens to lands in Pemiscot County,

Mo.

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Total acreage..
Acreage subject to St. Francis River overflow..
Acreage cleared land in county.
Acreage timber and cut-over land in county..
Principal towns and their population:

Caruthersville
Hayti.

Steele.
Total population of county.
Miles of railroad.
Miles of improved highway..
Principal crops and their average yield per
acre:

:
Cotton, 1,300 pounds seed cotton.
Corn, 40 bushels.

Hay, 444 tons.
Taxable assessed valuation of real estate, 1928..
Taxable assessed valuation of personal prop-

erty, 1928.
Taxes assessed on real estate, payable 1928.
Taxes assessed on personal property, payable

1928.
Delinquent general taxes on real estate
Delinquent general taxes on personal property.
Levee districts.
Total levee bonds issued.
Interest on levee bonds paid..
Interest on levee bonds unpaid.
Drainage districts.
Total drainage bonds issued.
Interest on drainage bonds paid.
Interest on drainage bonds unpaid
Total road bonds issued..
Interest on road bonds paid.
Interest on road bonds unpaid.
Total school bonds issued.
Interest on school bonds paid..
Interest on school bonds unpaid.
Total water and sewer bonds issued.
Interest on water and sewer bonds paid.
Interest on water and sewer bonds unpaid.
Total paving tax bills issued...
Interest on paving tax bills paid.
Interest on paving tax bills unpaid.
Total first mortgages on real estate as reported
by 18 loan companies....

Total...

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Compilation of loss and damage caused by the overflow of the St. Francis River

and its tributaries in Pemiscot County, Mo.

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Pemiscot County, Mo., produced in 1925, 77,182 bales of cotton; in 1926, 73,982 bales; in 1927, 44,446 bales; and to Nov. 14, 1928, 27,675 bales.

Statement showing development of, and resulting liens to lands in Scott County, Mo.

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4,000
3, 500
1,000

750

Total acreage
Acreage subject to Little River overflow.
Acreage cleared land in county
Acreage timbered and cut-over land in county
Principal towns and their population:

Sikeston..
Chaffee.
Benton
Commerce.

600
27,500

62
57

$12, 635, 400.00
$1,926, 000.00

$252, 708.00

38, 520.00

188, 355.00

$188, 355

Morley
Total population of county.
Miles of railroad.
Miles of improved highway
Principal crops and their average yield per acre:

Cotton, 600 pounds seed cotton.
Corn, 85 bushels.
Wheat, 20 bushels.

Hay, I ton.
Taxable assessed valuation of real estate, 1928..
Taxable assessed valuation of personal property,

1928.
Taxes assessed on real estate, payable 1928
Taxes assessed on personal property, payable

1928.
Delinquent general taxes on real estate and per-

sonal property.-
Levee districts.
Totallevee bonds issued..
Interest on levec bonds paid.
Interest on levee bonds unpaid.
Drainage districts.
Total drianage bonds issued.
Interest on drainage bonds paid.
Interest on drainage bonds unpaid.
Total road bonds issued.
Interest on road bonds paid.
Interest on road bonds unpaid.
Total school bonds issued.
Interest on school bonds paid.
Interest on school bonds unpaid..
Total water, sewer, and improvement bonds

issued.
Interest on water, sewer, and improvement bonds

paid... Interest on water, sewer, and improvement

bonds unpaid Total paving tax bills issued. Interest on paving tax bills paid. Interest on paving tax bills unpaid. Total first mortgages on real estate as reported by 18 loan companies..

Total....

1 $152, 000.00

80,000.00

$72, 000.00
63, 015.00

41, 485.00

10
$956, 091.83

470, 091.88
457, 807.35

486,000.00

$750,000.00

224, 617. 50
443,000.00

302, 000.00
240,000.00

$200,000.00

100,000.00
65,000.00

185,000.00
100,000.00

45,000.00

$157, 500.00

40,000.00

117,500.00

33, 000.00

$187,000.00

C0, 000.00
82,000.00

105,000.00
56, 000.00

42,000.00

3,009, 087.72
5, 400, 273. 22

2,003, 914. 23

188, 355 800 25,000

Compilation of loss and damage caused by the overflow of the St. Francis River and

its tributaries in Scott County, Mo.

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Dwelling houses destroyed and damaged..
Barns destroyed and damaged.
Poultry lost
Damage to household goods.
Damage to farm implements.
Damage to feed stuiis.
Cost of replanting.
Damage to land caused by sand, debris, spread-

ing of obnoxious grass seed, and washing
Loss of rents.
Loss and damage to growing cotton crops.
Loss and damage to other growing crops..
Loss and damage to matured crops.
Damage to private roads and bridges..
Damage to private drains and ditches.
Business losses.

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20,000 60,000 45,000 85, 000 10,000 1,800 1, 800 50,000

1,000 1,000 25,000

Total.

177, 250

150, 450

327, 700

Scott County, Mo., produced in 1925, 27,513 bales cotton; in 1926, 16,293 bales; in 1927, 4,421 bales; to Nov. 14, 1928, 1,567 bales cotton.

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