1930 bounties RW Nauman
its good It the to Da- college 31 of club the be a 24 time BOUNTIES COST POTTERSMM GETTYSBURG, Feb. .--(SpeelalV Potter county spent a total of $1,404 23 for bounties during th o year of 1929 according to R, -W. Nauman, county auditor. Of this amount $695.. 25 was paid for tree bounties, JS4S wolf bounties and the balance went for crow and gopher bounties. Forty-eight farmers took advantage- of the $5 an acre tree bounty allowed by the county on cultivated acreage and bounty was paid on approximately 139 acres of trees. Reuben La. Rosh leads.th e list with. 10 acres" oÂ£ trees to his credit. Five farmers received bounty on. five- or more acres but the majority listed around two acre tracts. Practically double ihe number of farmers received, tlie bounty for 1929 as compared with the number for 1928. During the year of 1928 26 farmers received a total of J305 on approximately 61 acres of trees. Â·Ot the $6t8 paid-out for wolt ty during.the year $22S was paid during the month of June. One hundred and four dollars was paid out Msrch. with the other four months ranging from $16 to $96. Bounty not paid on coyotes after July 1 year. A. D. "Wager was high man the amount of money received get ting $68 on-17 wolves. IT. P. Hoven received $48 on 12 wolves. Host o the amounts paid ranged from $4 $12, however. Bounty was paid dur ing the'whole ot 1923 and SIS* paid for 198 -wolves -or ?13G more than: for 1929.