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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 5, 1930 Twenty Years Ago. T. P. Harrington was planning to go to Des Moines to attend the state teachers' meeting there, and to listen to the Roosevelt speech in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adams and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Quinby had gone to Chicago in the Adams' car on a trip which combined both business and pleasure. Miss Mary Murtagh, aunt of E. J. and C. B. Murtagh, who had been visiting with her relatives in Iowa for some time, returned the first of the week to her home in Philadelphia. J. F. Overmyer and the whole force of instructors in the city schools had gone to Des Moines to attend the three day session of the state teachers' association .which was to close with a speech by Roosevelt. Mrs. Matt Holtzbauer had fallen down 'the stairway of her home and and sustained badly strained arm and and other bruises. Although no bones were broken, the ligaments of the arm were badly wrenched, and it was thought that Mrs. Holtzbauer would be laid up for quite a while. One of the pleasant social events of the season was the Hallowe'en party of the Shakespeare club, which was held at the home of Miss Ella Thompson. The guests wore masks and were attired as goblins and others styles befitting the occasion. Elegant refreshments were served and the evening was one long to be remembered. Lars Sorensen, who at the time was one of the popular grocery men, had spent a couple of days at the farm near Bancroft owned by himself and Mr. Dutton. While there he put in a cement floor In his hog house, doing all the work himself Mr. Sorensen had been a cement worker in Chicago about sixteen or seventeen years before, and had not forgotten how to do the work. The twcntv years npo issue carried the following article under the head, "Pretty Heavy Baby" A Kansas farmer recently sent this rather mixed order to a merchant in a country town: "Send me a sack of flower, flve pounds of coffo and one pound of tea. My wief gave birth to a big baby boy last night, also flve pounds of starch, a screwdriver and a fly trap. It weighed ten pounds and a straw hat. There had been a general hegtra of the Algona duck hunters for Swan Lake in Emmet county. W. H. Burke, Amy Peugnet, Carl Wauge, Chas. Nl- colin, Ed. Rlst and Walter Ward went up by train and Mart Weaver and Prank Seller went to the lake in the Seller auto. They came home the day following their departure. Mart and Frank were reported to have bagged twelve or fourteen birds and the boys returning by train had about two dozen among them. The lake froze over, and that helped to spoil the sport. The significance of the following item is as good today as it was twenty years ago and was taken from the Forest Citv Summit at that time. Justice Arnold's court this week handled a case for the Summit Printing Company against a certain delinquent subscriber, who refused to pay his back subscription. The account was from 1905 and the subscriber refused to pay when asked, saying he had never sub- ~~>jicribed, but acknowledging he ha4 received same, never giving the office* notice to discontinue the paper, which' would make little difference unless he had paid up all arrears. A jury was called, and, after a short deliberation, gave the Summit Printing Company judgment for all accounts together with interest, assessing the costs to the defendant, which amounted in all :to $21.87. All of which could have been settled for a trifle over eight dollars without going to trial. DELINQUENT TAX SALE NOTICE CONTINUED (Crowded Out Last Week.) J. M. Witte and son, Joseph spent last Thursday at Mason City. Mrs. Mary Raslcopf spent Saturday at Mason City with relatives. Mrs. Mary Raskopf spent last Wed- neday at Wes!ey visiting with friends. Miss Vivian Stephenson of Algona spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer. Rev. A. J. Arndorfer of Charter Oak came Sunday evening and spent several days here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Arndorfer spent last Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fehr. Mrs. Charles Marso and children of near Britt spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Studer. Mrs. Victoria Arndorfer, Mrs. C. M. Immerfall and Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. John Huschka. Mr. and MSrs. Martin Bleich and daughter of Titonka spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Seller. Mr and Mrs. A. J. Grangenett and son, Anthony, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cink near Wesley. Mr and Mrs. Jule Arndorfer and daughter and Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer drove to Manly Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Jule Arndorfer's uncle. Mrs. Wnv. Arndwfer, Amelia 'and Wilma Arndorfer drove to Ackley Saturday afternoon to spend several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanig. __ They Don't Often Grow There ure ninny varieties of big head till of which ure completely ol>- Jectlomihle. But until you Imve seen the out! which got Unit way over his wife's money you Imvmi'l seen a thing. —Fort Worth Ui-conl-T Hospital Tested Recommended by doctors and nurses. Cleansing, refreshing antiseptic for women. As a deodorant, it prevents embarrassment. Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash . PInkham Medicine Co ' Lynn, Maw. Names of Owners Part of Section o or Town, Ad- ^ dltlon or Sub- ° Division S •o § • to §• g t< K I •a 1 £ 5 along N line of 2nd Col. Add. thence N 32 rd. E 24 rd. to W line of W. & 13 .Col. Add. thence S 32 rd. along W line of So. Add to beg in S% SBVi 35 96 27 H. J. Thompson Bertha M. Bowers Skow . . Lovina H. Hatch K 4 ft I,ovlna L. llntch George Schncht George Schnclit Plilllp Kngler Catherine Smith WH1TTEMRE INC.—ORIGINAL 1929 2(1.55 1.59 .40 2S.54 6 6 6 0 8 S 11 18 Ktta Ktta Liuibenthnl Laubenllml HOTELLINa'S 3 C r, 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 A Till. 1929 1929 J. B. Murphey, Trustee J. 1!. Murphy, Trustee J. B. Murphy. Trustee ,7. n. Murphy, Trustee J. H. Murphy, Trustee 3. B. Murphy, Trustee J. B. Murphy, Trustee .1. B. Muryhy, Trustee Mrs. Joe Walters Mrs. Joe Walters Mrs. John Wagner ... Mrs. John Wagner ... Mrs. John Wagner Anthony Schmidt, beg. at NW cor. of High Lawn •Add. thence W 80 rd. NW at right angles 20 rd. NK 80 rd K 20 r.d to beg. NK'/i , Anthony Schmidt, beg. at NW cor of High Lawn Add. thence W SO rd. NW at right angles 20 rd. NK 80 rd K 20 r.d to^eg. NKVi ... HIGH LAWN ADD. 9-10 . 9 10 10 11 11 11 12 13 14 15 10 95 30 95 30 1929 1928 1927 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 1928 1928 1928 1928 1928 111.48 111.48 .91 36.5n 34.36 34.17 27.41 63.96 10.78 10.69 6.21 2.51 2.17 2.61 2.17 3.11 2.51 2.17 2.51 2.51 2.51 2.51 2.52 6.69 .40 6.69 .40 .06 .40 2.19 .40 2.06 .40 2.05 .40 1.64 .40 3.84 .40 .32 .40 .32 .40 .37 .40 .45 .80 .65 1.20 .45 .SO .65 1.20 .19 .40 .45 .80 .65 1.20 .45 .80 .45 .80 .45 .80 .45 .80 .45 .80 118.57 118.57 1.37 39.14 36.82 36.62 29.45 68.20 11.50 11.41 6 9S XTfi 4.02 3.76 4.02 3.70 3.7i> 4.02 3.70 3.7li 3.70 3.7« 3.77 1929 137.00 8.22 .40 145.68 1928 BUFFALO CONSOL1DATKU DISTRICT. Frank D. Prulsman, W 6A 125.53 22.59 .80 148.92 "N i 1 ^ SK Martin' Brandt ' NKV, Adeline Sophlo Meyer, NV4 S K V'i Adeline Sophia Meyer, N 10 A of SK'/, SKVi L. A. Andrew, Hecclver of Central Trust Cu. KW'/i Aug Sahnun, SM> K15V4 ™ NIO'/i SKU ex. ry. .... N .C. Hlce S\\ ',i N. C. Itlce SVfe NK'4 N. C. Hlce SKW 97 27 97 27 97 27 97 27 0.00 1929 135.38 1929 79.00 1929 10.00 1929 7.44 149.22 .23 4.48 .40 .40 S.07 154.10 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 111.38 1929 81.67 2.45 .40 , 84.52 .23 .40 8.21 27.14 .40 443.74 7 27 Mary Crawford Armstrong, N \V Vi 19 n. W. Crawford, AUK. Schrnm '... AUK. Schram N. C. nice '• • • AUK. Schrnm . .NV4 Aug. Sell ram SWV1 AS'. A. Schram SKVi I>ei somil N. C. llico SW'/i .SW'/i SK V4 .NKVI NKVi SKVi SK'A 97 27 97 27 97 27 97 27 97 27 97 27 97 27 97 27 97 27 156.00 1929 79.00 1929 156.00 1929 155.85 '1929 156.13 1929 156.00 1929 78.32 1929 148.30 1929 79.00 1929 39.00 1929 38.00 1929 149.30 1929 7.58 410.20 245.65 161.22 214.33 363.70 119.96 182.86 322.43 194.23 112.35 119.79 91.40 76.59 113.10 14.7-1 .40 4.84 .40 6.43 .40 10.91 .40 3.60 5.49 19.34 11.05 3.37 7.18 5.48 4.01 3.39 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 200.79 160.46 221.16 375.01 123.90 188.75'. 342.17 206.23 116.12 127.37 97.28 81.60 116.89 .S. Nordmcnn ... — f^-™ To\VNSHIpVlST .NO?' 8. ForbiirRer -Larkin- IJ'clcli 10.98 .40 194.39 40.001929 9? " 156.00 1929 23.74 103.04 .71 3.09 .40 .40 24.85 106.53 Peter J. O'Connor, NV4 NWVI ex 80-100 G. P. AUK. Schram wn ^ - -• ^55 Ig29 Win. M. Taylor ••••££* -9 yl fa "£•„„ 192!) John H. Krull ••••£^' \°. =! fa igooo 1929 Geo. Kuhns NKVi 31 97 M io». Geo. Kuhns biMi ^^ T^yNSHIP. p E. Hooke and Krnest McClmln, lot 3 NKVi NWVi 1 p K Hooke and Krnest 'McChaln, lot 2 SBVi p' K * Hooke and Ernest 'McChaln lot 2 NEV4 p F *Kook'c"and Krnest 'McClmin, lot 2 SE'Vi V "" B. Hooke and Ernest McChaln. WV4 NWVi P E Hooke and Krnest McChaln, W% SWVi Richard Long, NEVi ex 1A Albert G.' Voientine 76.14 1929 320.50 9.01 .40 330.51 143.80 620.77 206.09 282.92 213.10 97 29 2.02 1929 1.20 1 97 29 7.09 1929 3.25 8.63 15.62 6.18 8.48 6.39 .40 152.83 .40 536.79 .40 .40 .40 212.67 291.80 219.95 .04 40 1.04 .10 .40 3.75 1 97 29 10.47 1929 4.S3 .15 .40 97 29 87 29 97 29 8.80 1929 72.35 1929 77.00 1929 Henry & Wlese, SWVi 27 D. B. Keat ..SWVi SWV4' 32 D. E. Keat ....BV4 SW% 32 Edwin H. Staley ..NW.% 34 Herbert W. Wlese . .NWVi 35 Geo. C. Dlttman 8% personal 97 29 155.00 1929 97 29 77.00' 1929 97 29 79.00 1929 97 29 15B\09 1929 97 29 77;<>0'1929 97 29 38.DO 1929 97 29 79.00 1929 97 29 156.00 1929 97 29 154.18 1929 4.56 33.43 35.61 178.97 43.42 42.32 85.97 41,99 40.74 84.73 85.07 76.92 .14 1.00 1.07 11.04 1.30 1.27 2.68 1.26 2.45 5.08 2.55 2.31 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 5.38 5.10 34.83 37.08 190.41 45.12 43.99 88.95 43.65 9o!21 88.02 79.03 G 97 29 116.60 1929 BUB.T IND. BURT. J OS . H. Schroeder SVt NE% 26 97 29 78.00 192 Jos. 11. Scliroeder . .bEVi AlJcO TOWNSHI1 F. W. Calry, Nl 140.60 8.50 .40 149.40 155.36 310.59 li' Seiback,' NSV 1-4 • G. Seihaek, NAY 1-4 _ — - ——; P. Phillips, NW 1-4 SSV 1-i 93 29 95 29 93 29 9S 29 9-3 29 IND. 156. 1929 jiS.87 1929 39 192!» 141.15 1929 l.W. 1929 ORKSCO 82.98 47.29 33.72 126.68 136.SS 9.32 18.04 2.49 1.42 2.02 7.00 8.19 .40 .40 165.08 329.03 .40 85.87 .40 49.11 .40 36.14 .40 13I.OX .40 145.17 1929 29.69 .89 .40 30.98 29 3. 1929 7.25 -1929 6.85 1929 7.63 1929 " sk 1-1 s 'of H'y ---J Oeo Shaddiek, N 7 1-2 a. of Y\ 1-" W 1-" of S 40 a. Gov. It. d.lO 9u -J Minnie Me.lln, It 4 ex. N 1-2 of 10 4-9 of SIOV. It. 2 —H •>•> - J Theodore Bohn,'W S a. It 12 Fisher estate ——H -> J -' Levl J. Hendren, personal and It. 16 Fisher estate —| *! -^ Nora Fnlwey. It 13 ™£$» f £ " Qa - 9 10. J. Yorker, SV 30 a. NSV l-l of^ ^ og NK 1-4 TOACfLK TOWNSHIP Ilelma Anderson, c 3-4 N 1-2 N^ 10. 10. 1929 1929 4.GS 12.21 10.68 11.83 21.70 Kt.73 .27 .73 .64 .71 .40 .40 .40 .4.0 30. 1929 40.66 1.50 .40 .82 .40 2.80 .40 1929 33.47 J I'. lii-La S ' L " S ltSF14 10 ICO 30 39. 1929 • SW 1-4 II""""" 100 30 168. 1929 v-isi-v-^V-.NW.iffiS aUJS li :! £ |I KBfei K WK 1 ^ 1 JS,?.r]s First^ National Bank ArmBtronB.^ ^ 3fl ^ First 'xatlon"aT"Bank ~Al-mstrons, ^ , (i) ^ ^VimlMoUrWT-f~NW~l-T2MOO 30 W. Fru k HI NO 1-4 NSV 1-4 —23 100 30 39. Sar'ah jane llute. NW 1-4 —~%™ ™ » C;. «. Pisel, S 1-2 SW .1-4 --- K --» ™ •» ' 7 ' 11. \\'. Schmidt, SV 1-2 SSS' 37.11 140.38 1G.S2 38.9.1 38.9,1 18.55 1929 155.39 1929 1929 1929 1929 192!) 37.11 32.97 180,7li 71.75 3(1.01 .40 .•10 .40 .40 .40 270.51 13.82 .40 Coliins FiiniiB'ru., NK 1-4 II IB. M. Burlliigami- N \-i N « 1-41- H Jl. l!iirlini;anie, S 1-2 NW 1-4 12 1'lr.sl > 7 at'l Bk. Hnvelock, J. Q. ' ' 75.00 150. 77. 79. 1929 151.70 1929 2W.S2 1929 145.49 1929 4.64 10.59 4.30 (1.20 2 l 01 i!0 79. 1929 TOSVNS11IP First Nafl Hk. Haveloek, J. <-.. (d.reeht, and SV. &. A. Jackson. N 1-2 SK 1-4 _—•!! First Nafl Hk. llavelock, J. t.. Obrceht, and SV. & A. Jacli- p) (icrii'Ki- Schncht', K 1-2 NIO 1-4 211 llasmiis M. Olson, S 1 -- ^ rA\ i -i .,_ lleiirv Hell. 62/100 n. on N side of _ W 1-" SSS' 1-4 " KoFHith Co. State Bk, K 1-2 SW _. KosHUlh c"u".~Stal(>" R~kT W-" 1-2~~SK Marv lsi-h7"bcfJ7"M>S~fL"HiO of In- t'erseet. SV of line Sec. Ceil, of iR'y 10 S12.4I ft., S 1022.41 ft., NW aloim- K'y to hcM'. 1' Mary Isch, SSV 1-4 S of IV y ex. plat — -.-.-.-T r.r.TVT-., 91 30 79. 38. 38. 77. 77. 1929 1929 19J'J 1929 3S.9t> 41.77 S4.5H 12.20 CONS. G AII FIELD 30 30 79. 91 30 79. 1.47 95.77 147.01 2.31 200 5.07 1.27 .09 2.S7 •1.43 40 .40 ,40 .40 Lnr^ReynoUl*, rtr.p of land i % ^ ^ ^ .^ Thos. Cnrmoily. NK 1-4 NIO 1-1.34 l'« 29 KM 1929 Tho<= Cnrmoflv, N\V 1-4 ...ST. W I* HS.21 V.'29 OKRRNWOOn TOSVNSHIP 5.25 13.31 11.72 12.91 23.60 14.95 1.00 .40 34.87 •> 23 .40 39.74 JM2 .40 149.20 SO .40 17.42 1 17 .40 40.52 1 17 .40 40.52 .56 .40 19.51 9.32 .40 1C5.11 39.74 :15.33 18S.72 74.30 38.14 40 159.74: 40 29J.81 .40 150.25 .40 213.2S 5.20 .40 92.33 fi.20 .40 92.33 41.70 41.117 110.00 43.9.'! .40 1.96 .40 99.04 .40 102.33 Jl.CT) 1929 wliulil-frs"Aob TO wksT B IO-Ni> 78.74 1.20 .40 21.(K 4.72 .40 83.WJ Mary Mary M a ry Mary Mary Mary Mary .Mary Mary Mury I soh Isrh iKi'h Isr.h LSfh I.sell I seh I sell I seh (flOltMAN IS Ken 1 ; sV tl^ L4llt IS John "and Christ Helrners, SSV 1-4 3 nhi?'HoeckehnaH." W 1-2""NKT-4I28 98 John JocckTlnian, S 1-2 NK l-l..28 J3 Ben AmoUburg. 1 a. in NK cor. NIO 1 "4 ___- — — — —"'' *" John and Cnrf.s"H"elmers, SV 1-2 NW 1-4 .— „-..-.; 1929 1929 1929 192) fl!29 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 TOWNSHIP 27 (19.96 1929 27 39. 1929 15-1. 1929 73.77 1929 75.«2 1929 27 1. 1929 15 98 27 77. GUA'NT" TOWNSHIP, CONSL. BeardBley & Wendt, K 1-2 NE fr. 1.96 1.96 1.96 1.95 101.05 50.70 192.99 36.13 45.91 7.83 75.42 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .13 .12 0.63 3.41 11.OS I.OS 1.3S .47 4.D2 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 2.48 2.4N 2.4S 2.4.S 2.4S 2.48 2.48 2.4S 2.48 2.47 .40 10S.CS .40 64.51 .40 204.97 .40 37.61 .40 47.69 .40 .40 8.70 80.31 11 100 29 N'W 51.35 1929 79.34 4.76 .40 84.60 fr ' rt r>* oiuibb NW""l~4" 20100 29 __ O C Chubb SW 1-4 20 100 29 166 cbi^man o. fchubu, NH"i-r::::» i» »• ««. Co email C. Chubb, SK 1-4 .....20 100 2» 156. MInme B. Drake, W 1-2 NW 1-4.22 100 29 Me E. Drake SE 1-4 NW 1-422 100 89 78.32 1929 158. 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 . 78. 40. 1929 120.90 128.39 126.72 128.39 126.72 133.11 68.28 7.25 3.85 3.80 3.85 3.80 7.99 4.10 .40 128.40 .40 132.64 .40 130.92 ,40 132.64> .40 130.02 .40 141.50 .40 72.78 M. Sanftner. pers. and SK 1-4 K. N. Rr-'ier. SiO !-4 ex 1 a. S. II. fi John S. Thompson, NK 1-4 7 IR. X. Brtier, SSV 1-4 __ 8 John Pohninaelier. SW l-( IS Union iRinnil * Mte. Co., NW 1-1 NW 1-1 . 19 Susie Anderson, W 1-2 NW 1-4 .22 John S. Thompson. SW 1-4 30 Leo Mtrmnn Krnpp. N 1-2 NK 1S6. l.V,. 154. If*. H5.fi 140.17 1-1 Mnrtln 1-4 Martin I-I Peter ivler" 19-9 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 ISfi.Cl 12.35 4S.S1 133.(5 30.59 Kfi7pp7"S~ — - -- — .— , ]t(>r , T Thomns P. Jacohs. K 1 a. N 1-2 It 2 NK 1-4 NSV1-1 I 98 29 77. I 9S 29 79. ', !W 29 78 1929 ST.. 1NU. (MUOKNSVOOn S.7S .37 2.93 7.9S 1.10 4.50 JO 40 .40 . .'0 .4" .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 9S L'9 1. D. at. Kellel-.er, S 1-2 NSV 1-4..13 1) M Kelle.ier. SS' 1-2 S\S' 1-1 ex ' n'y 13 Union Bond & MtK. Co., lie l-l ex. H'y 2.1 T'lilini Bond & ^Hp Co., N 1-2 NW l-l ex. H'y . 2:1 SSVKA CITY W. K. Smith. NIO 1-1 3 Jlahle Fooshce, S 17.70 a. NW 1-4 ... — - 4 Manic 'Koosheo, SSY 1-4 4 lOllen M. Johnson. 10 1-2 N'SV 1-1 S John S .Nelson. SK 1-4 SK 1-1 .. S M. IT. Collins, NK 1-4 10 M H. Collins, NSV 1-4 10 Hoynl K. Hill, SW 1-4 10 1>. 'M. Kelleher. SIO 1-1 ex. H'y_15 Collins Farms Co., NSS" 1-t SSS' l-l 17 Collins- Farms Co., 10 1-2 SSV 1-4 e\. U'v 1" (1. Dol.'rte. NK 1-1 SSV 1-4 ..19 C. Walters. NSV 1-t 2S C. Walters, SW 1-1 28 .It. Slock Land Bk. W NSV 1-4 31 H.SKKISON and J. II. Sheridan. NSV 2(1 & J7Tl. "sfieiTd'aiir'SSYT-ll2( J1ni-'j_'|i' Butler et a), NSV 1-1 Jln.uiiie Uutler le al, SSV l-l 99 79. 1929 NO. 1929 .12 .40 . IIS.' 2 r.?s no . 1CS.W 7C..71 110.38 13.12 (C.I 4 141.43 RS.09 79.% f.9.:!3 2.41 181.10 1929 i90.06 12.16 29 99 29 78.1 99 29 156.27 1929 4.M.49 71.9S 1929 107.93 HAHHiilSON 1929 313.12 1N11. 99 29 99 29 JI9 29 99 29 99 9!' 99 99 1W.7.". ;;.7fl 79! 143.92 149.12 14S.4-, 9.40 .40 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 RR.71 464.71 101.'si" 1015.37 :t7s.s7 29 1CC.30 99 29 39. 1929 22 99 12.19 S.Ofi 42.1.1 1952 21.9 21.35 .4" .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 6.33 .40 C . C. M. C. M. Cli!i"U' 1-« N 99 29 99 29 75.97 40. 1(ifi. 151.19 PI STRICT 99 29 99 29 1Mi. I'M. .. ..... . IIIOHKDN TOSS'NSHI 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 NO. 1929 1929 SS'illie Jlitter, 1-4 os, NSV iVi Frlef 1-1 ___________ 29100 llherK, S 1-2 SIO 1929 1929 1929 . 79.7S lf.2.79 13S.SB On.39 43l!.8(i 152.91 1-13.75 70.9I> . 4.1(1 .40 .10 .40 .40 I!!.!!. 22 4(Ti.-l.1 m.»7 322.93 61.93 4.W.10 2ftl.21 ldTi.27 10S7.90 .T9S.79 637.02 11S.r,6 177.93 SI. 97 1C.S.07 1W.42 1.81 .40 62. (10 1T.2.7S 7:1.49 2,",.'!.(10 1929 1929 19.'S 19-7 1929 1928 1927 1929 192S 1929 192S 1927 1929 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 192S 1929 192.S 1927 1929 192S 1929 1929 192S 1927 1929 1929 1929 FLAT oFsfioVKNS-I A. N. Anderson I I A. K. A nderi-on 2 1 A. K. Anderson 3 I A. K. Anderson 2 and :! 1 A. K. Anderson ^ 2 and :! 1 A. K. Anderson 4 1 A. K. Anderson I 1 A. 1C. Anderson _ I 1 W. F. Woodcock 6 1 SV. F. Woodcock 6 1 A. K. Anderson . _ 7 1 A. 1C. Anderson 7 I A. K. Audi-mill 7 1 ,1. L. Stevens S '. J. L. Stevens 8 1 .1. 1-. Stevens _ ... S I J. L. Stevens 3 2 .1. L. Slevens _ _ 3 2 J. L. Stevens 3 2 A. K. Anderson 4 2 .1. L, Stevens C> 2 J. L. Stevens 5 2 J. L. Stevens 5 2 J. L. Stevens 6 2 J. \i. StcvellH 6 " Olo Hausklns 6 ,1. L. Stevens ' 8 J. L. Stevens N J. L. Stevens S A. 1C. Anderson S 1-22 A. 1C. Anderson 3 A. 1C. Anderson _ _ 4 1IKIVINCTON TOWNSI1I1 Clem and Linda Ciiiinltmhain, 10 HiO n. NK 1-4 ex.. H'y 2 John 10. and Michael McIOnroe and AlKona State Bank, NSS' 1-4 S of H'y _ 4 P.ernie M. Bnrliimame, S',i SW 1-4 ex. 1 11. S. .1-1. ' ir> Bernie M. Bnrlin^ame, SSV l-l SIO l-l 15 MaK«le BnrlitiKame SIO l-l SIO 1-4 . . .. „ 15 Hattie B. Moulds, S'/i NSV 1-4 SSV 1-4 17 Hiittie B. Moulds, X'/j SW 1-4 SW 1-4 17 Huttie B. Moulds. N 3-4 KM: SIO 1-4 ex, N 1.44 a. IS Krvin K. Castell, WV-j SIO l-l ..18 Krvln K, Castell, KVi SW 1-4..1S B. M. IBurliiiKame. YVli SK 1-4..21 li. M. BurlinKame, W 1-4 EVS SIO 1-4 . 21 MaKKle I. BtirlinKaino, K% NK 1-4 Fred M. Jenninns, that part of It. 1 bog. 148 ft. E of SSV cor. of Sec., N 8 rds., W 140 rds., S. £ rds., W to bc-g. 30 M. BurliiiKunie, It. 1, KOV. It. 7 31 it Burlinmime, It. 4, Jfov. It. 7 31 B. M. iHurliiiKame, It. .1, Kovt. It. 7 31 A. Andrew, Ilec. Co. SavlllKS Bank, It. 4, ffovt. It .'! 31 PLAT OF SKXTON 1929 70.99 TOSVNSHIP .21 . .(19 .(,7 .11 5(1 .19 , .3(1 .21 .K7 .38 .:«; .57 .10 .15 .01 .01 .01 .10 .15 .01 .08 .13 .01 08 .13 .04 .W .OS .13 .Ol OS .04 .01 .08 .13 .04 .01 .01 SO .40 .10 .Ml 1.20 .40 .Ml 1.20 .Id SO .10 SO 1.20 .40 .SO 1.20 .10 SO 1.20 .SO .40 .») 1.20 .40 .SO .40 .4(1 .SO 1.20 .10 .40 .40 . .SI .M 1.112 2.07 .S7 1.11) LSI 1.07 LIK . 1.01 l.io LSI 1.01 1.26 1.70 1.01 1.2ll 1.119 LOS 1.01 1.26 I.(19 1.01 1.211 1.117 1.01 1.26 1.70 1.01 1.01 1.01 9T> 28 150'. 1929 174.29 10.ir> .40 1S5.1I .40 371.88 22 95 B. B. L. 28 2. 1929 28 2. 1929 95 28 fi. 1929 95 28 2. 1929 95 28 3.25 1929 4.28 .47 1.20 .47 l.CO Spencer, Spencer Spencer, Fpeneer, in. "I-3 4 in. I-:) . !> .Snencer, S 1-3 5 E. Miller, SV',i ex H'y o. 1. 1 PLAT OF IRV1NOTON STATION 1929 5929 1929 1929 1929 R. H. R. II H. 11. It. ill. IH. II. Ma ry Mary Dale 12 Mary Hale 13 Mary Dale 14 Mary Dale 15 Raymond M. Watson 21 Hay niythe, that part of o. 1. 6 'bounded on the N' by a line par. with, and dist. 150 ft. N ol' N line of 3rd st. ext. on the 10 by a line par. and dist. W 133 ft. from 10 line, said lot S by N line 3rd ht. ext. W by S'i" line dist. 10 f.O ft. from W line of said o. 1. ALIiONA John Wolf, NIO 1-4 NW 1-4 6 John Wolfe, SIO 1-4 NW 1-4 N of K'y Ella li. Hlltchins et al, sw 1-4 NIO l-l 7 Ella II. JIutchiiiK et al, SIO l-l NW 1-4 7 Ell.i H. llutcliins et al, K',2 SSS' 1-4 _ _ 7 Ella i!. IliiU-hins etl al, SW 1-4 SSV 1-4 7 Klla H. llutcliins et ill, SV'.i SIO 1-1 _ 7 . - UODYAHD II. W. Itol.a, N'i NIO 1-1 27 99 II. W. Holm. NK 1-1 NSV l-l 27 99 M. H. Collins, NK 1-1 30 99 Kileii A. Sheridan, -1 HVI.VGTON TOSVNSHIP 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 .43 .94 .41 .43 1.3S 1.74 i .80 6.83 6..S3 .80 9.0S .13 .02 .04 .02 .10 .03 .0(1 .03 .03 .09 .11 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 11.52 43.76 4.81 .89 .89 .Si! l.KI .87 .•Vi 1..S7 19'*9 IND. 1RY1NGTON 95 28 66.11 .87 06. IS ,-, _ _.,. .... . L10DVAKD IND. LKOYA'ltD J. V. Sullivan, J. F. .Sullivan, J. F. Sullivan, J. F. .Sullivan, J. F. .Sullivan, R'y J. I' 1 . Sullivan, J j J. F. Sullivan, Sullivan, SW Sullivan, WV-: \S'!i N\\' _ SIO 1-4 SK 1-4 X NW 1-1 K'.-j NK 1-1 NK 1-1 SK I-I __17 W 1 /- NK 1-1 ex. S 17 Ni\V 1-1 I "1-4 SK 1-1 ___17 T,A"K"O'TA"IN'I>. A Amelsberg ami I. !•:. Wort- Mian, SK 1-4 —-23 99 2X ' Cornelius Dirks, SSV 1-1 ex. R'y :i J. A. Cieinelison, K--I SSV 1-1 22 J. A. Clenieuson, SIO l-l 22 J. A. Cieinelison, SIO 1-1 SVessel S. Juttln, S',i SIO l-l 26 Mary K. Sharon and Cloe Ale- Currin, NIO l-l 27 K. II. Stroud, 10',:. N>\V l-l 32 Jaim-K SV. Stroud, W!» NSS' l-l_:i2 li. F. Chiipln, SIO 1-1 ."2 It. H. Slroud, -\' 2 a. NIO l-l 32 I!. F. Chapin, SSV 1-1 :'.: LOTTS CR10I01C . Schmidt, SV'.i NSV 1-4 ... 4 .• Meyer, SIO l-l 5 lionnstcUcr, SIO 1-4 12 , ,„,. LampriKhl, SIO l-l NIO Pearl LanipriKht, NIO 1-4 SIO S C. Chambers, SIO l-l 3 Mary SS'lll, S\S' 1-4 1,11 Veine State Ilk, W'.;j NK 1-423 Lu Verne State lik, NS\ r 1-1 ...23 SV. K. Smith, SSV 1-1 •'«"' CUIHSV1TH Harry O. Chambers, W'/i NK L-l 1 ' N'SV 1-4 ' II. O. Chambers, SSV 1-4 1 II. I... Chambers, pers. & NIO 1-111 11 o. Chambers, NSS' l-l 11 Farmers' Sav. Bk C.orwllh, SIO l-l ex. R'y Harry o. Chambers, N'SV ]-i ex. Kmil SS'lese, NV's SiW 1-4 J. A McDonald, 1 a. in NK 1-4 SSV l-l 15 Nnnnle Siiiinkins, NIO 1-4 16 H. 10. Hist, It. 2 SSV l-l SSV 1-4.17 H. 10 Hist, It. 3 N'K 1-4 NIO 1-4.19 II. 10. Hist, It. 1 SE 1-4 NK 1-1 ex. H'y 19 Chris J. Miller, WV4 NW 1-4 ...26 Chris J. Miller, lOVi NK 1-4 27 „., _ John Stein, WVt SSV 1-4 3-1 96 28 PORTLAND TOWiNBUI'P D. C. Chase, NE 1-4 2 97 28 143.27 1929 D. O. Chase, N'SV 1-4 2 97 28 144.40 1929 D. C. Chase, NV4 SW 1-4 ,. 2 97 28 78. 1929 D. C. Chase! NV6 SE 1-4 2 97 28 77. 1929 H. N. Bruer, NE i-4 NE 1-4 SE 2X SO. 1929 TOWNSHIP 2S 7(i.5 1929 L'8 35. 1929 2S 15S. 1929 28 15(i. 1929 "PLUM TIIUOKK" TCMVNSIIII 1920 1929 1929 1929 (O.R4 40. M S2. tt . 55fi. Id l.'ASl lit. I'V 7.79 1-( __ I P7 CS 10. 1929 llmry Kw,ri7iV"f-f'"" SS\"T-riIII fi '.'7 2S 7iV7:» 1929 L A .Slidlf-w-. ]', ,-. c. S:iv Hk, SI-: 1-1 7 f'7 2S 1M. 1929 ('Mr! S\ . PelVi^on! "If'"-" \7o~T-1— K 97 2.1 79. 1!>2<! I. A Ar.rlrrw. !;••<•. Co. Siv, Hk, W'. SSV 1-1 _ S 97 2S 79. C SS' 'Pet,-r.-..n. SJO l-l NSV 1-4.. 9 97 2S 40. L !•' S\ ntklns, NSS' l-l K. W 28 I.M. SV.-liter II. Smith. SIO 1-1 15 97 2S }••<•>. A. A. Crnhaln. K't SIO l-l ex. 1^ ^ ^ .^ Vi-l'il si'ott I>fei-rN r sV~r-VN~W 1-4 irnin ^ . .-^ ^7 2S "9. Charles Lar.«ofl.' "slT'l- I "II.I » 97 2.1 1W. 10 .) ,«;• c H Mnrlnch, SW l-l 29 97 2S int. ]-; .1 ,v c H Miirlnwh. SK 1-1 NK |.| _ _ 31 97 2S 10 .1 MIL! C iif."Mnrtrit;fir NIO l-l SIO l-l . -1 97 2N F XI Tuothnmn. NSV 1-1 SIO 1-131 97 2S K J mid C. 1!. Murtimh. W'i N\\ 1-t _ __ : I' .!. ami C. 1!. MiirtMKli. NIO 1-t s\\' l-l . ._ \V F (Srovcr. N !0 l-l \V. I'. Crnver. NIO I-! NSS- i-i__ lOimene Alnrtauli. SSV l-l NK 1-1 lOn-.-cne .\InrlilBll. SSV l-l NK M _. lOntdie MurlMub. SSV 1-t NIO i -1 Win 10, 'iYrov"< rI"NSV"T-riII :•"> 9 SVni Hiiu-. NIO 1-1 ^.......-"'''. !* 10d\v. l.ovptad, S\V 1-1 NSV 1-1 R^XI.'VL'liimrinl'N'wT.VlIIIII.'l'l 97 2S iTfi'.ii-l 1929 Pli.SIIUIO Tl>WNSIlll 1 John ,1. liinl. N SO ft. of It. 2 of Peterson's nib-dlv. H 9T. 27 .M 1929 H 10 Siinmlc-rs. S 16.:r! ft. ol' It. 2 |l V,e, | Hons ;r ,,l,dlv. H. 1A,,,.. ( . R . ^ _ w wy> Anna SSV.ner. It :i. SV'., NSV 1-4.6 K 2.7 .7.. 1!>2!> Anna W,.|iv..f. It. :. SY".- NSV 1-1.6 95 2, <_• M 1. 9 .liieoh A. llanlK. S'» SIO 1-1 II 9.-, 2, M. 1 -• Marv V. Studer. NIO l-l 12 9", 27 I.-S. J -- Alni-v V. Slnder, SIO 1-1 12 !>:- 27 1'Jl- 1-9 .liieol. ,S. llanlK. Si.:. SSV 1-1 ...12 '.r, 'J7 .S. IX. .lai-oli A. Haniu, N'- SSV 1-1 ....12 1C, 27 .9- 19-9 Ceoiu. liiillniail. NIO l-l NSV 1-1 ex. 1 11. (1. P. '-':' !•"' Win 10. lionrley. S'.. SIO l-l 27 !*> 11 A. lOiilnian. SI. Heliedl.'t 2 8 II, A. Kl'dl'Kin. St. Pi lieillel - S (|: S lOrdmnn. St. Hi ueilii-l :! 8 II. A. lOi-nman, SI. Benedict 3 S II A. 'lOrdninn. SI. llenrdiet :! s II A. lOrdmiin, St. ISenedli-l . .38 CiHtSVITII INIt. PILS1R110 Naoini'ii t Men-lam. SIO l-l ...21 ifi 27 I.Vv J929 Knth.'inln X- Naimian, NIO 1-1 ."'> '•<•' "^ ;' s - '•-•J- Katlie.alu * NiiniiiiMi. SIO l-l_.2.-- 9.. -', ins. 19-9 HAMSKY TOSVNSIHP II N. llruer. XSV 1-1 _ 7 '.IS 2S 1:17.72 1929 Clara i'. iiinl CliidyH T|IMIII|ISIIII. S '.'. NSV l-l 10 98 2.S 79.. ||,-mlliek li.enUen. S l-l MO 1-1.12 !« 2.1 ^ ..> . ... M.ndriek Heenken. Mi SIO 1-1.12 US 2S 79 II .1 l!cenl;en ,s\V l-l ._ 12 9S 2.1 hi.t.fiO 1929 lli-n.lrb'k Heenken, NIO "l-l ....II 9S 2S 1.-..1 19:9 li N. Brn. r. NSV l-l H 9S 2s 1 IVM 9 R. N. llruer. SSV l-l 14 98 2.1 H .2,, 2 H. N. Ill'ller. S'- NIO l-l 15 91 '28 .9. 29 ,1. P. 1 truer, K''. SSV l-l lii 9S is 79. 1-9 J. P. P.ruer. SIO l-l — 1.'. !W 28 1..h. 12 SVilllirs * Cllldc-. 10 'v NSV 1-1.21 9S 2X .9. 19-9 A ' KoJ'siini''e'iim't'v '"' '' X '" ''211 IN "1 1 '"'('' 1il -9 Frank l.iippe, SIO'1-T _ — — — _—."'-^9 R. N. Hl'll.-r. SSV l-l ..'----7 9s'"2S" 136.22 J929 |i'. .1. Welp, NIO 1-1 1.1 98 2S 1»S. 192 C. X. Nleoiilln, 10'v NSV l-l 1.1 9.1 2S ,9. . C. N. Nleoulin. N"j SSV 1-1 IS 9S 2.1 11.01 19-9 KIVIORltALK TOSVNSHIP J. M. PalK-mm. NSV l-l ..I... I 91 29 159.13 1929 J. M. Patterson. SSV 1-1 1 91 29 15(, .2. C. C. Adams, NSV I-i 6 91 29 IS.ifl C. C. Adams. SSV 1-4 6 91 29 113.92 929 John FrhlcroK, W'i SSV 1-4 —10 9 29 ,(,. 19J9 Thoiiir.!.' .lueliem et al, SIO 1-l__30 91 29 1°... I -J XL P. HiiL-niird, uov. H. 1 36 91 29 ,,-•«„»";» S10NIOCA CONSOIjIDATKD 1 10 Seullv. NSV -1-1 4 9S ,'!0 162.SI! 1929 lOdwiil'd Stilly. SSV l-l ........_ f I i« 30 156. 1 """ I'nioii noiT(T"r«""MVK""( : ir7"sT'r"i"-"i I'lllou Bond ,t Mlt,'. Co.. SW l-l i.?i-ii. H. Lud"\yU?"(inrr"c."(T.""l4t.ii- ^ Unn'm''Boiid fc'^ni rv:"NIO "iVjIll !H 30 156! Union Bond * .All*. Co., SIO 1-41- 98 30 1,,. Uobert Simpson, SSV 1-1 NSV 1-414 98 .10 40. Kohert Simpson, SIO 1-4 b> 9S ,« 1..4. A J. Berryiimn, NIO 1-1 22 9S 30 L%. l.Tnion Bond .t MtK. Co., N 1 ,!^ .'.j' 1 '* _' M1K 1 ' "'_' H —_—24 98 30 39. 1929 K2.G6 ,,, , Bonif"7«i""MtKT" Co7, "W'' 7 -, M , J}( .,„ 7i) 1B ., 9 SSV 1-1 -_-- L —--^ vj < n " |STin '; CT NO. John S. Thompson. SK l-l..---.?» ™ "* 1929 .m s.io 2.S2 6.42 1.23 2. |o 2.47 S.I 3 1.DO 1.10 1f..fiO 9.57 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 10.S6 90.49 90.54 W.24 42.4T 42.81 85.30 '.40 279.64 .40 41.91 .40 .V..95 .40 573. (W 40 K9.I8 :.IS .40 44.2S 44.25 44.2B 4'1 .40 91.21 4I.2F, 3(| JO r,1.10 IS f?l *W^ 1x^*1,53 S.43 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 106.1" 310.05 61.73 57.91 .40 122.11 40 KS.ilO .40 155.3(i .40 120.B4 31.23 113.26 111.16 110.37 611.13 2:13.53 228.89 7 157.41 flirl»llmi C. ornnhnch. HV& Bfl ""~ 813 410,95 164.25 ffl Mary \ Aliller M.' 1-1 t'r t Miller. NSV 1-4 rr. .M. ilManelK.,',!, N% FIKLn TOWNSHIP 9 100 28 101.7B 1929 9 100 2S 110.25 1929 47.81 ; 61.81 1929 100.98 lKi 1«X> 28 Fred IniltnVii-l .II P. SV Keoce, SIO l-l SSV l-l ^ ^ T SV l|,. 1 "(-V"N\"S : 'T-l"exr"j"! 7 y"""26 100 28 152.10 1920 !•' w' f'ei'e' SW -I ---- 26 KK) 2S 145.2T, 1929 •' w' R e - e ' '.NSV l-l -------- ~~'X IOO 28 145.25 1929 P' W' leeer' SSV 1-1 --------- 35 100 28 I 17. 1929 1- IJofrVA'ltf) I'N'D. SPRIN(!FIIO T C Jeiwnson, SSV 1-4 ex. R'y 27 100 2S 119.4,8 1929 I-' ('•' l.'r-.'iUm N"- SIO l-l 2S 100 2S 71.54 .1929 r:^:,e,,:e,,so,,:s,o-i-i s,o ^ m x ^ ^ I> C lerkenson, 'sw""]- 7 "SK"T-4_2S 100 28 30.90 1929 Ad,lb.^l. and C. A. Ar,.hr. B',^ ^ ^ ^ ^ A,l,jl,'5l. and"c. A. Arpke, Hl-^^ ^ ^ ^ ------------------ SWKA TOWNSHIP 151.40 157.22 111.18 KM.Cfi llH.lfi ,H 281.57 117.67 (1.80 3.42 3.31 3.40 14.01 IS. 73 10,40 4.28 6.BO 9.44 29,00 19.00 8.85 1.33 1.24 1.43 1.55 B.88 4.12 3.83 9.0S 2.43 9.86 8.61 8.19 6.75 16.88 7.06 2.50 4.40 .40 120.46 .40 117.98 .40 114.08 .40 60,43 ,40 347.84 .40 243.02 .40 3G7.3S .40 147.23 .40 223.31 .40 167.25 ,40 634.66 .40 430.41 ,40 ,174.50 ,40 46.99 .40 43.10 .40 49.64 .40 53.70 .40 107.28 , .40 73.13 .40 ISLTr. .40 160.88 .40 41.51 .40 107.4S .40 150.19 .40 145.15 .40 125.30 .40 301.85 .40 125,13 .40 r.9.98 .40 61.98 .40 86.28 .40 1S1.59 1929 391.IB 1929 22.01 45.81 18.07 .40 412.80 22.117 4,'I.SI L. A. "Andrew, ltcc7~Co7~SavliiRS Kiink, NIO l-l NIO l-l 10 99 30 ,18. I,. A. Andrew. Itco. Co. SavhiKS Bank, Sli NIO l-l 10 99 30 79. 1929 L A 'Sndrew, Ilec. Co. HavhiKS P-'nik NSV l-l SIO l-l JO 99 IK) ISS.M 1929 111. (I iversi.n, 10', SIO 1-1 —--10 99 30 75.«) 1929 lies Mollies .l"Ti7lT"sikI"Lalld Tik, SW l-l ex. R'y 17 99 30 I49-9S 19-I Collln.s Farms Co., Sy, SIO , 1] ", 1 r-' (1 , l .,.;'y jxi) H\vi' \ L. A. Andrew. Hee. So. Savlims Hk 'SV'. NSS' l-l H »!> 30 77. 1929 || I) IverAon SV- SSV l-l U 99 30 77. 1929 Ile.iry K. Reiitzel, SVi SSV 1-1 S Henry K. rfT-7i"t/.ef,""s"'i" SloT-l S". .1 ".' i'roetv P ",-rN'r'NK""r-i"i.iiii23 «» :»• I o I'mclor S':. N\S r l-l 2:1 99 :',0 V n' I'roetor \'" SSV l-l 2:1 99 .',') — " ()' Pro.'tor' N"':. NSV l-l""" .21 99 30 74.16 1929 135.95 'lleiirv 1C Ho.it/el, NIO l-ll 21 99 :»l ir,ll. 1929 152.S1 .,. A.•Northl-UP, NK 1-1 I....25 99 ;»| M9.:.l 1929 292.KS I \ N'ort hrnp NSS l-l 2r, 99 .» l.ii. ' \ Norlhrnn. SSV l-l 25 99 30 156. |.;|lMV,,rlh ,v Jones Inc.. NIO 1-1.35 99 30 150. FINsvoi-lh .V Jones Inc., NSV 1-1.35 99 :») U,.l. lOllswonh * Jones Inc.. SSV 1-1115 99 30 156. lOll.Mvorlh * Jiini-s Inc., SK l-l."-« 9(1 .40 .40 .40 .40 23.10 47.59 23.44 45.40 0.08 fi.68 1929 4.81 73 97 1929 141.94 Ml 192!) 14(1.91 M) 1929 140.91 1929 296.13 1929 2S6.51 1929 277.01 1929 21W.26 9.00 .40 207.75 .40 216.52 .40 271.30 78.06 78.00 .20 .10 7.28 .15 S.70 S.S2 8.82 8.15 4.H8 17.57 16.70 17.71! 17.19 1(1.112 17.41 1S.OO .40 .40 .4(1 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 5. 38 IW.Ot 156.1(5 15li. 10 144.50 157.79 310.85 295.3(! 311.29 304.10 294.03 308.07 318.2S 1929 161.01 1929 DN 1929 39. IB 20.99 E.98 5.30 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 47.:i(! 40.54 S3.99 4o'.7(! .Samuel Sbaben Jr., NIO 1-1 ex. 1 ^ SaiiMi''l'siiiil.en"ji7,""sio""l"T"I""" 9 9i! 29 156. Samuel Shaben Jr., NIO l-l NSV ( ^ ( liert PecU""K"T-r"s 1 ""s"SV""l-T"I...l. 1 i 96 '-'9 20 ALdONA IND. UNION San.nel X.entner. It. 2 of NK l-l NW 1-4 :w 9li - Haiuii.-t /.outlier, pen;, and SV'.I. - s - \ v |.| ::,! 96 29 79. 1929 191.2,1 Samuel /.enrr,t : i r , N'.j SW l-l X of liver 36 96 29 Samuel /.ei.im-r, It. 1 SIO 1-1 NSV j_4 :;6 96 29 Samuel '/.enlm-r, NSS' 1-4 SSS 1-1 .W of river 36 91! 29 WIOSLIOY TO . Ii,« I. Andrews, S'i NIO l-l ... 6 96 27 79. .las! ll. Andrews, F.'j SSS' l-l .... 6 90 27 79. ,las l> Andrews, SIO l-l e. 1 a. Ci, _ 6 96 27 155. l' ! rst Vallonal Hank i.f Wesley, :s'\V 1-1 NIO 1-1 !) '•><> 27 39. Mi'st National Hank of Wesley, Nl'' l-l NSS' 1-1 _ 9 9(i 27 39. Jerome Hawkins. NSV 1-1 17 96 27 158. Julius Ktillie. SV-; N\V 1-1 23 96 27 77. Frank Fox, SIO l-l SSS' l-l 21 I' 1 ! 27 :!9. (lie Peterson. S\V l-l N o( R'y 32 96 27 1.11.97 1929 191.16 Lewis II. Kent, NSV l-l 31 91! 27 15U. 1929 1SI.1S Lewis II. Kent. SSS' 1-1 N of H'y ex (1 P and road ...31 96 27 "".(111 1929 97.0-1 WIOSLIOV IND. SVKSLKV Frank Cinkle, NIO 1-4 NSV I-I..2T, '."6 27 39. 1929 3.1.6.1 WIlITTIO-XloltK TOWNSHIP Martha II. Hopkins, X10 l-l ...21 9.1 30 1,16. 1929 7676 Mlirtha li. Hopkins. NSV l-l ....21 9.1 :W 156.50 1929 77.02 W1IITTIOM(H<10 INI) WHITTIOMORK Fl-iink Uutler. I.e^'. 2 rds. N and S '-:; rds. 10 of SSV cor. SSS' l-l SSS' l-l N 12 rds. 10 3',i rds. S 12 rds. SV 3',i rds. to bcB.__ 5 95 30 .25 1929 Mary Uutler, bci?. 2 rds. N and 2 nls. 10 of S\V cor . SSV 1-t SSV l-l. N 12 rds., 10 6 2-li rds. S 12 rd*., SV 6 2-3 rds. to he),'. 0 93 30 .CO 1929 Dennis Ryan. SSV l-l SSV 1-1 ex. H'v _ . 6 95 30 36.54 1929 Pinnfs Hyifn N'/- SW 1-4 _ (i 95 30 77.66 1929 11. H. /.uimich. SSV 1-4 NK 1-4 N , lf , K 'y 8 90 30 10.82 1929 H It X.umac'h, SK 1-4 NW 1-4 N of H'y 1 - 8 95 30 10.23 1929 9.72 .40 172.21 9.M! .40 171.10 2.31 .40 41.79 1.2C .40 22.05 1929 43.IIX 1929 1S.1.50 1929 39.41! 1929 19.61! .30 .40 11.19 .40 .40 .40 .7.1 .40 1.42 .40 1.21 .40 2.52 .40 2.62 .40 2.62 .40 11.19 .40 1.20 .40 .(',0 .10 8.66 .40 1.74 .40 .40 .10 .40 6.74 203.12 10.24 54.99 13.61 49.18 42.15 86.91 46.78 46.70 198.09 41.1)6 20.61! 200. GO 103.26 37.11 79.48 79.73 28.43 1.70 .40 30.53 41.50 88.12 12.54, 10.15 1.25 .40 43.21 2.64 .40 91.16 .38 .40 13.33 .31 .40 10.8(5

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