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The Upper Des Mdnes-RepubUcan,JTovember_ 12,1930 gats CAN Choose Margaret Weymouth Jackson DEUNQUENTTAXSALE NOTICE CONTINUED Nnmps of Owners Oovrrllht br Bebba-Meri-m C*. tContlnued from IBM. Wednesday.) She called, Slio wont The maid's CHAPTER XV Some Day But the day wns not over for Ernestine. She left AVII1 at the bank. His coat pocket wns stuffed with the packet of bills the teller had given them, and her hank balance was reduced to three figures. Hut that didn't matter. Not a bit. She was a million times richer than she*had been the day before. The bankbook figures would fatten again. She wished she had her car, but, lacking it, she went across to Slierldnn rond, took a bus north, rode nlmost to Devon, left the bus and went to Lillian's. Nobody answered the hell, hut the door was unlocked, so Ernestine walked In. The house was silent, but she wns Instantly aware of the fact that some one was In It. but no one answered, through into the kitchen, bedroom was off the kitchen and tho door stood open. Ernestine went In there and saw that the room wore an unoccupied look. She opened the closet door. The hooks were empty. The maid had left, or had been dismissed. She was still under the domination of her deep self, and, as she had been governed in Will's offlce an hour or so earlier by forces she did not understand, so now she went quickly up the stairs, through the silent house and Into the big front bedroom where Lillian and Lorlng slept. The cover showed the impress of a body, the pillow had been drawn out from under the spread. She looked swiftly about and was not at all surprised to see Lorlng standing against the wall, bo- hind her, one hand behind his hack. His coat collar was turned up across the back, his hair was in disorder, he was unshaved, and across one cheek was a deep imprint where his sleeve, or his pillow, had creased his (le*h. Ernestine went to him and held out her hand. "Give It to me," she said sternly, as she might have addressed Peter. Lorlng stared at her sulkily for a moment, his haggard eyes taking on a belated vitality. Then, silently, but with a shrug and a grimace, he drew, from behind him a small nickel-plated revolver and put It in her hand. Ernestine crossed the room, opened the window and Hung It fur away into the water of the lake that breathed against the sandy bench. She turned hack to Lorlng, closed the window and dusted her hands. "That's that," K!IC said, with n gleam In her eyes. "\Vlmt did you that was going to do for you?" He dragged himself away from the wall and sunk down Into n clmlse- lon-'ue. With a kind of groan Loring hid his face in his hands and sat there like n broken man. "I didn't know till this afternoon he said. "Hut tbe grand jury—" "TluU's all rigl.t, Lorlng," Ernestine. "That's lixed." "Fixed?" he said hoarsely, looked up at her, his expression u little wild. "You don't understand. Iheyve got me seven ways." "Not now," she said, thinking how strange It was that he could never know about 1'ustnno, and about the twentv thousand dollars. "Will lixed it," she said gently. "You know, he has friends who told said and Part of Section or Town. Art-" clltlon or Sub- Dlvlsion Add. thence W 24 rd. along N line of 2nd Col. Add. thence N 32 rd. B 24 rrt. to W line of W. & 13 .Col. Add. thence S 32 rrt. alonff W line of So. Add to beg In SVfe PEVt 35 96 27 I •2 2 »« * II t 1929 WHITTEMP.E INC.—ORIQINAI. 9 6 1929 i Pkow . . 10 6 1929 K 4 ft. 15 6 1929 16 6 1929 8 1929 8 1929 11 1929 _„ IS 1929 HOTELLINd'S ADD. Laubenthal 3 6 1929 Laubenthal R 6 1929 HIGH LAWN ADD. H. J. Thompson ........ 9 Bertha M. Bowers Pkow . . 10 Lovlna It. Hatch K 4 ft. 15 Lovlna L. Hatch George Schacht George Schacht I'hlllp Kngler . Catherine Smith Etta Etta 16 7 8 6 10 ,T. B. J. B. J. B. J. B. J. B. J. B. 1929 1928 1927 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 1928 1928 1928 1928 1928 26.55 PLAT. 111.48 111.48 .91 36.65 34.36 34.17 27.41 63.96 10.78 10.69 6.21 2.51 2.17 2.51 2.17 3.11 2.61 2.17 2.61 2.51 2.51 2.51 2.52 S 1.69 .40 28.54 0.69 6.69 .06 2.19 2.06 2.0B 1.64 3.84 .32 .32 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .37 .45 .40 .80 .65 1.20 .45 .80 .66 1.20 .19 .40 .45 .80 .65 1.20 .45 .80 .45 .45 .45 .45 .80 .80 .80 .80 118.67 118.57 1.37 39.14 36.82 36.62 29.45 68.20 11.50 11.41 6.98 3.76 4.02 3.76 4.02 3.7» 8.78 4.02 3.76 8.76 3.76 3.76 3.77 J. I?. Murphey, Trustee ..9-10 2 J. I). Murphy, Trustee .. 9 2 Murphy, Trustee ..9 2 Murphy, Trustee ..10 2 Murphy, Trustee ..10 2 Murphy, Trustee ..11 2 Murphy, Trustee ..11 2 Muryhy, Trustee ..11 2 Mrs. Joe Walters 12 2 Mrs. Joe Walters 13 2 MYs. John Wagner 14 2 Mrs. John Wagner 15 2 Mrs. '-John Wagner 16 2 Anthony Schmidt, beg. at NW cor. «f High Lawn Add. thenccPW 80 rd. NW at right angles 20 rd. NE 80 rd E 20 r.d to beg. NEVl 7 95 30 Anthony Schmidt, beg. at NW cor ot High Lawn Add. thence W 80 rd. NW at right angles 20 rd. NE SO rd E 20 r.d to beg. ^ ^ m|j ^^ „_,., 80 148 . 92 A BUFFALO CONSOLIDATED DISTRICT. Frank D. Prulsman, W CA 1929 137.06 8.22 .40 145.88 NV6 SE',i 2 Martin Brandt NEVi 3 Adeline Sophio Meyer, N 1 /!; SEVi 4 Adeline Sophia Meyer, N 10 A of SEVi SEVi 4 L. A. Andrew. Receiver of Central Trust Co. SWVi 8 Aug. Schram, S',4 SEVi & NEVi SEVi ex. ry 9 N .C. Rice SSVH 14 N. C. Rice S-A NEV, 15 N. C. Rice SK'/i 15 Mary Crawford Armstrong, R W. Crawford, ..SWVI 19 Aug. Schram SWVi 21 Aug. Schram ,WH SEV, 21 N. C. Rice NEV, 22 Aug. Schram . .N% NEVi 22 Aug. Schram SWV, SEV4 22 W. A. Schram SEVi SEVi personal J.:,Y,:/ N. C. Rice IvWVi 97 27 6.00 1929 97 27 135.38 1929 97 27 79.00 1929 97 27 10.00 1929 97 27 150.00 1929 97 27 111.38 1929 97 27 166.00 1929 97 27 79.00 1929 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 155.85 1929 97 27 150.13 1929 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 78.32 1929 97 27 148.30 1929 97 27 79.00 1929 97 27 39.00 1929 7.44 149.22 81.67 7.68 416.20 245.65 161.22 214.33 363.70 119.96 182.86 322.43 194.23 112.35 119.79 91.40 S. Nordmenn 22 97 27 38.00 1929 76.69 23 97 27 149.30 1929 113.10 'BUFFALO DIST. NO. 7. ..SEV, 35 97 27 156.00 1929 183.01 '' BUFFALO TOWNSHIP DIST .NO. 8. Forburser -Larltln- Bleich & Drcwolow SEVi NW'/, 33 Albert J. Bleich, Sr. SEVi 33 Peter J. O'Connor, N'A .23 4.48 2.45 .23 27.14 14.74 4.84 6.43 10.91 3.60 6.49 19.34 11.65 3.37 7.18 5.48 4.61 3.39 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 8.07 154.10 84.52 8.21 443.74 260.7S 166.46 221.16 375.01 123.96 188.7? 342.17 20G.2S 116.12 127.37 97.2S 81.60 110.89 10.98 .40 194.39 97 27 97 27 40.00 1929 166.00 1929 23.74 103.04 .71 3.09 .40 .40 24.85 106.63 NWVi ex 86-100 G. NEVi NE'l Aug. Schram . Wm. M. Taylor John II. Krull Geo. Kuhns . . . Geo. Kuhns ... . .NB'/i . .SE',4 76.14 1929 DIST. NO. 9 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 166.00 1929 97 27 166.00 1929 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 166.00 1929 320.50 S.G1 .40 330.51 143.80 520.77 206.09 282.92 213.16 8.63 15.62 6.18 8.48 6.39 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 152.83 636.79 212.67 291.80 219.96 P. E. Hooke and Ernest McChaln, lot 3 NEVi NWVi p E Hooke and Ernest McChaln, lot 2 SEV4 P E. ^Hooke and Ernest McChaln lot 2 NEVi BURT TOWNSHIP. 97 29 2.62 1929 1.20 .04 40 1 97 29 7.09 1929 3.25 .10 .40 1 97 29 10.47 1929 . I 1 F Eooke and Ernest McChaln, lot 2 SE'A P E. 4 Hooic'e' 'and Ernest 'McChain Wli NW& P E. Hooke and Ernest McChaln, W% SWJi Richard Long, NBH ex 1A Q TT ...»««»••• Albert' G.' ' Voientlne NVi 97 29 97 29 97 29 9.86 1929 72.36 1929 77.00 1929 . W. J. Rlst Henry ft 9 97 29 165.00 1929 S7 29 77.00 1929 97 29 79.00 1929 97 29 1R5.09 1929 11 Herbert Wlese. WV4 SWU 27 D. E. Keat ..SWVi |W% 32 D. E. Keat . ...EV4 SWVi 32 Edwin H. Staley "NWVi 34 Herbert W. Wlcse ..NWVi 35 Geo. C. Dittman S94 SE14 personal 97 29 77.00 1929 97 29 38.00 1929 97 29 79.00 1929 97 29 156.00 1929 97 29 154.18 1929 4.83 4.56 33.43 35.61 178.97 43.42 42.32 85.97 41.99 40.74 84.73 85.07 76.92 .15 .40 .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 1.64 3.75 6.38 5.1ft 34.83 37.08 190.41 45.12 43.99 8S.95 43.65 43.59 90.21 88.02 79.63 Jos. H. Schrocder SVi NB% 26 97 29 78 00 Jos. H. Schroeder . .Sfc'A 2c ? UE sCO TOWNF 3C 97 29 116.50 1929 BUHT IND. BURT. 26 97 29 78.00 1929 • - ---08 1929 NSHIP 140.60 8.50 .40 149.40 F. W Carl . ]!. (i. 11. C. H G. V C ffi^V«)7,:-SB-l--4:| fe» Svv^ 1 NK '-.zi 'selback, NSV 1-1 ...-—.-f 95 29 93 29 95 29 95 20 95 20 IN'D. 156. 88.87 30. 1-11.15 158. 1929 1929 1029 1929 1920 155.36 310.69 82.98 47.29 33.72 126.68 130.58 9.32 18.64 2.49 1.42 2.02 7.00 8.19 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 165.08 329.63 85.87 49.11 30.14 131.08 145.17 .89 Levl J. Fisher estate ,--- lli-ndren, personal and H. 7.03 1929 11.83 16 Fisher Nora Kahvey, It E J. Yorker, W NE 1-1 14 13 Fisher's est. 14 30 a. -NW 1-4 of 15 "EAGLE Helma Anderson, e 3-1 N 1-2 V^ ^ First National ' u «"k . " f Arm ~ 1( j joO j R tr ^,uour; 4 sw i-4 :::::::i7100 S ' L NF U 1 4 H NF lT£ 1 a. S. H..18 100 Si-S^ate^EV^? tfjl.i" 10. 10. 1929 1929 95 29 30. 1929 TOWNSHIP 21.70 13.73 40.06 .73 .04 .71 1.50 .82 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 13.34 11.72 12.94 23.60 14.95 30 75.33 1929 33.47 37.11 140.38 2.80 .40 49.86 1.00 .40 34.87 30 30 38 30 30 30 39. 158. 37.2-1 79.24 79.24 39 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 10.52 3S.95 38.95 18.55 9 23 8^42 .50 1.17 1.17 .50 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 39.74 149.20 17.42 40.52 40.52 19.51 1929 105.39 1929 37.11 1929 32.97 1929 1S0.76 1020 71.75 1929 30.01 "TOWNSHIP w 1 'i SSV "i-4 33 97 M 77. 1929 ^ LONE HOC 1C IND. FENTON Fred C. \Vegeni..r, K 1-2 »!•: 1-4 & 2 1-2 a. NE of Dr. 1.U, SS 1--^ Coliln'ti FariniS'cTiT," NK 1-Ji -,----J. 1 , I-.. M. HnrllllKame N K! N^V 1-4 j- H. si, Iliiriinljaine. S 1-2 NSV 1-1 l- Flrsl - Vil . 11 1 ;^ ( ,\v U< ; tU A <; .' J'ack- '1-2 NK 1-1 -----r,-- 1 . 9.32 .40 105.11 2.23 1.98 7.56 2.15 1.10 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 W. Schmidt, 75.60 150. 77. 70. 1929 1929 1029 1929 154.70 27S.S3 145.49 200.08 4.61 10.59 4.36 0.20 .40 .40 .40 .40 strip of Innd IB 1-4 2S 100 «> NK~T-T~NK~T-4l34 l |lft 29 I<ark Reynolds, SW cor. NK Thos. Cnrmody, Thos. Carmody, N\S' 1-1 ;r-> i"" c,i:KKNSS'0(M) M. Pnnftner. pr-rs. and SK 1-4 R 9S 29 R N Hriier, SK I-l e\ 1 a. S. H. 0 OS 29 John S. Thompson. NK 1-4 7 O.s 29 IR N Hruer. SSV 1-4 S PS 29 John Schumncher, SSV 1-4 IS OS 211 Union livmd * Mtg. Co.. NSV 1-4 " NW 1-4 19 9S Susie Anderson, W 1-2 NW 1-4 .22 OS John S. Thompson, SSV 1-4 30 9S Leo Herman Krapp. N 1-2 NK 1-4 Mnrtin 1-1 Martin 1-1 10:'<i 1020 1. 32.r,.i 14S.21 1929 TOWNSHIP ) ir.fi. 1920 10 29 1029 39.74 35.35 188.72 74.30 38.14 270.01 13.82 .40 284.T3 159.71 295.81 150.2fi 213.2S Ol.recht, W 1929 80.73 First Nafl Olir.-eht, Hit. Haveloek, J. (1. and W. Ac A. J'"-' { -. ) 91 TOWNSHIP 30 79. 1929 86.73 5.20 .40 92.33 6.20 .40 92.33 Hiismus M. Henry Hell, Olson, 30 30 30 30 38. 38. 77. 77. 1929 1029 1929 1920 38.98 41.77 S4.53 42.26 2.34 2.50 5.07 1.27 .40 .40 .40 .40 on N bide of 62/100 u. 1-1 - 1-2 SW 30 -I'm a Failure," Ho Muttered. "A Complete Failure." Win Will fixed It for you, Loring. He could—there ure men downtown who would do anything for Will. He knows the ropes." Lorlns's 1'cud fell forward nguln. "I'm u failure," he muttered. "A complete failure—and now Will pulls me out of the rubbish heap. I've been here lu the house all afternoon, trying to screw myself up to do one decent thlng-to get myself out of the way- before all this falls ou the rest of you, and J couldn't even do this." d (continued Ne« Wednesday?. Not * L°« d Sp«»b«r Achievement U Its own mouthpiece. —American Mngiwlne. Mnry It plat Mury Mary Mnry Mury Mary Mary Mury M ury Mnry Mary ,,,'SSV i-l S of R'y .- lg GARFIEI-D .02 1929 1.47 79. 1929 95.77 79. 1929 147.51 10.6 1929 20.08 94 30 41.05 1929 78.74 . TO WEST BEND Iseh Iseh Iseh Iseh Iseh Iseh Iseh Inch Iseh Iseh 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 "cTlTHMAN TOWNSHIP V 1-4 15 98 27 69.96 1929 [SV l-lllo 98 27 39. 1929 John anil Christ Helmers, SW 1-4^ ---" 154. 73.77 75.62 1939 1929 1929 1.90 1.% 1 90 1.90 1.90 1.96 1.96 1.96 1.90 1.95 101.05 60.70 192.99 36.13 45.91 27 1. 1929 John mid Chi 7.83 76.42 John Jo'eckelmaii, S 1-2 NE 1-4 28 jUim.AmeltiburB, l °" ln N 33 ^cK-irffeiHss''^^ M a w _ 1929 l< " *'' GRANT""TOW!NSHIP CONSL. BeardBley & Wendt, E 1-2 NE fr.^ "-' -. " "" "' '" MV ia iw « .».«. 1929 120.90 f r Cnubb"NWT-4 r 20100 29 168. 1929 128.39 O c Chubb 8SV 1-4 -1-20100 29 Colenmn C. Chubb, NB 1-4 20100 29 .09 2.87 4.43 1.20 4.72 .12 .12 ,12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 6.63 3.41 11.58 1.08 1.3S .47 4.52 .40 .40 .40 41.70 •14.07 90.00 43.93 1.90 99.0-1 152.33 .40 21.68 .40 83.86 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .10 .40 .40 .40 ,40 .40 154. 156. 145.6 31.24 77. 110.17 1929 1929 1929 1929 3, OK 111 10 I.VM.1 Infi.M 73.63 146.37 7-1.12 103.76 12.35 4S.S1 133.f.G 3.-13 10.7: .37 2.0:1 7.98 .40 .10 .'it .40 .1" .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 1929 36.69 1.10 .40 1029 TS.Ofi 4.50 .40 3.76 HS.f'2 r,7s.t'0 IfK.Rfi 70.71 110.38 13.12 62.14 141.43 3S.09 79.96 HANCHOFT Thonins P. Jneobs. E 1 a. N 1-2 It 2 NE 1-4 NSV1-4 2s. IIAHH1SON Kelleher, S 1-2 NW 1-4..13 Kelleber, W 1-2 SSV 1-1 ex. OS "9 7S 1029 W.GO IND. OREENSVOOD .40 69.33 S i»S 20 1. 1020 1.02 .10 !44 I'nli.'ii ex. Union Hond * Mtfi. Co., no 1-4 TVy nonil ft MtK Co., N 1-2 DISTRICT NO. 2 90 20 79. 1920 1S1.10 99 20 7S.1 1920 -00.6t'. 09 29 156.27 1020 451.49 S.PS .40 103.4S 12.11? .40 .'503.22 NW 1-4 ex. H'y -•> SWKA CITY W K. Smith, NE 1-4 3 Mnble Fooshee, S 17.70 a. NW 1-4 4 Mahle Fooshee. SSV 1-4 4 Ellen M. Johnson, E 1-2 NSV 1-4 S John S .Nelson, SE 1-4 SE 1-1 .. 8 M. II. Collins, NK 1-4 10 M. II. Collins, NW 1-4 10 Royal E. Hill, SW 1-4 10 1). M. Kelleher, SK 1-4 ex. H'yjn Collins Farms Co., NSV 1-4 SW j.4 _'. 17 Collins Farms'Co., E 1-2 SSV 1-4 8' M. C°"waiters" NS\'' 1-4 ...Il2S C. M. C. Walters, SSV 1-4 28 Chicago .It. Stock Land Bk, W 1-2 NW 1-4 "1 M OS 1929 107.93 IT A HJ1HI WIN 90 29 190.7ri V.I-"." 13.54 .40 3.21 .40 9.40 .40 78.32 168. 166. 168. 1929 1929 1929 128.72 128.39 124.72 17.70 isn. 70 SR.' 143.02 M9.12 14. r ..4r, KB. 110 1920 10-fl 1020 1920 1029 1929 192*.* 1929 BS.71 •IM.71 2S0.62 101 SI 10ir,.37 37S.S7 niiS.29 612.27 2.S2 2" 09 12.10 ».<>« 42.13 10.M 21.0 24. So .10 .40 .40 .40 ..'0 .40 .40 .40 4CT..43 111.57 322.92 fil.03 4W.10 2T.3.21 10T..27 1IW7.90 31VS.79 WVUil 537.02 2.4S 2.4ii 2.48 2.48 . 2.48 2. IS 2.48 2.48 2.48 2.47 108.08 64.51 204.97 37.01 47.69 8.70 80.31 1929 08.28 99 29 39. 1929 111.83 6.33 .40 7r,.97 40. IfiB. 151.19 1029 1029 1929 1929 160. 1029 99 29 05.70 1029 DISTRICT NO. N. E and J. H. Sheridan, NW^ ^ N. K A 57 H-^-^^^flo/ToWNSinP^' Maggie Butler et nl. NW 1-1 „!! WO 27 IW. 1S3 Maggie Hlltler te nl, SSS 1-4 ... ^ 1 100 27 Willie Joos, NW 1-4 .-'9100 a Mlttercr it Friesenberg, S 1-- SI'. 1-4 1. . 149. I.-." 1.U 107.72 79.7S 102.79 13S.S6 (10.39 436.S6 152.91 1411.75 70 !X5 2IO.K 9.S1 4.79 4.S8 4.H! .40 .40 .40 .40 177.93 SI.97 168.07 143.43 1.81 .40 C2.RO 13.10 R.tH 2.13 12 63 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 lf.7.90 1S2.7S 7:1.49 233.60 Hfl 100 27 78. 1929 70.99 K. Anders. K. Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson '~~p~jjA 7 f~C)ti'~K"rf:VENH-nHBIlON TOWNSHIP :on._.: i j K •» 4.CO .-10 75.65 2 and 3 ^2 and 3 III—I -1 Anderson •' Woodcock (> Woodcock J; Anderson '_ Anderson ' Anderson 7 Stevens 8 Stevens J Stevens » Stevens •' Stevens -j Stevens •} Anderson 4 Stevens r ' Stevens •' Stevens « 6 J. L. J. L. J. L. J. L. J. L. J. L. A. K. J. L. J. L. J. L. J. L. Stevens J. L. Stevens « Ole Hausklns b J. L. Stevens J. L. Stevens Stevens - — -- » Anderson » 1-- - 8 J. L. A. K. A. A. Anderson ___________ _______________ -j " ..... - 1929 1928 11127 1921 1928 1027 1920 102S 1920 1028 1027 1929 192S 1927 1929 1928 1927 1928 1929 1928 1927 1929 1928 1929 1929 192S 1927 1929 1929 1929 TOWNSHIP .38 .09 .67 .44 .50 .49 .63 .24 .57 .r,o .49 .67 .38 .37 .!i7 .38 .36 .24 .57 .33 .30 .57 .38 .03 .CT .38 .37 .57 .67 .03 .03 .03 .13 .20 .03 .10 .15 .01 .01 .04 .10 .15 .01 .08 .13 .01 .OS .13 .04 .04 .08 .13 .0-1 .03 .04 .01 .08 .13 .04 .01 .04 .80 .40 .40 .Ml 1.20 .40 .SO 1.20 .40 .SO .40 .so 1.20 .40 .SO 1.20 .40 .SO 1.20 .SO .40 .80 1.20 .40 .SO .40 .40 .80 1.20 .40 .40 .40 .81 .SI 1.62 2.07 .S7 1.40 1.S4 1.07 1.08 1.01 1.40 1.84 1.01 1.20 1.70 1.01 1.26 1.69 1.08 1.01 1.20 1.09 1.01 1.28 1.07 1.01 1.26 1.70 1.01 1.01 1.01 95 28 160. Clem and Linda Cunningham, K 160 a. NK l-l ex.. H'y John E. and Michael McEnroe and Algona State Hank, NSV 1-4 S of R'y ... * Bernle M. Burllngame, Sk 1 faSV 1-4 c x. 1 a. S. H. ...—15 Bernle M. Burlingame, bSV 1-4 gji; i_) 15 Maggie Burlingaiiie SE 1-1 SE ^_j _ 15 9o 28 «. Hattle B7"Sloufus", sV'NW" 1-4 g\\r i_4 _ ] Hattle B. Moulds, "5f%" SW 1-4 SW 1-1 - - ' 'Hattie B. M~o"ulds. N 3-4 E'/j SE 1-4 ex. N 1.44 a. ._.—-— J» Ervin E. Castell, W'/.. fall.1-4 —IS Ervln E. Castell, EV4 SW 1 -4 is B. M. lEuvlingame, WVi SK 1-J -i B M. Burlingame, W 1-4 EVS 1929 174.29 10.15 .40 185.14 95 28 95 28 17 95 28 90.57 1929 76. 1929 39. 1929 1929 356.76 •11.55 21.33 20.78 11.72 95 93 95 95 28 28 28 28 19.5 19.5 66.56 79. 76. 79. 1929 10.02 1929 10.03 1929 1029 1929 1029 . , -__, 3 95 of Burlingame, Fred H. Tenn^ssT'that part It 1 beg. 148 ft. E of SW cor. of Sec., N 8 rds., W 140 rds., S. 8 rds., W to beg. 30 B. M. Burlingame, It. 1, K ° v ' 31 BurflTiBamoT'TtT"," B°v. n _ _ ijl iBuriliiBameT'ltT "i>, BOVt.__ .21 95 28 19.75 1929 77. 1929 B. M H. M, It. L. A. .... Bank, It. 4, govt. 7 _ AiiifnTwr'ltei:. Co. Savings 93 28 2. 93 28 2. 93 28 5. 93 28 '2. 1929 1929 1929 1929 R. R. It. U. IR. 31 95 28 3.25 1929 )F sT-rXTON-lIlVlNGTON " 30.91 S0.38 88.34 43.19 10.79 42.10 4.28 .47 1.20 .47 1.00 .30 .30 .93 6.18 5.30 1.30 .33 1.20 .13 .02 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .04 .40 .02 .40 .10 .40 Silencer, S 1-3 Siionccr . " 7, 11. Spencer, in. Sliencer, Si>encer, in. Mnry E. Miller, u "'= p'j ^, ryo ° F jj 1 Mary Dale !; Mary Dale ' Mary Dale J; Mary Dale _ .; Raymond -M. SS atson . ---- RaV Hlvlhe, that part ot o. 1. 0 bounded on the N by a lino par. with, and dist. lv.0 ft. N of N line of 3rd st. ext. on the i; by a line par. and dist. 133 ft. from E line, said lot by N line 3rd st. ext W •SV line dist. E GO ft. trom line o£ said o. 1. ... 1929 1029 1929 1929 1929 1929 1029 1029 1929 1929 .43 .91 .44 .43 1.38 1.7-1 [ .80 O.S3 6.83 .80 9.08 .03 .00 .03 .03 .09 .11 .04 .41 .41 .04 .01 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 371.S8 43.20 22.37 21.80 10.72 10.73 32.24 91.90 9-1.04 41.49 11.52 43.70 4.81 .89 1.6-1 .89 2.10 .80 1.40 .S7 .SO 1.S7 2.25 1.24 7.111 7.01 1.24 30.02 W hv W 1929 IND. IRVINGTON .4-1 Jolm Wolf, NK 1-1 NW 1-1 o John Wolfe, SK 1-4 NSV 1-4 N fit'' — — — — Ella B. Hutch~lns~ut~7i.r~~HW ' ' 1-1 9!i 28 50.11 1929 63.80 95 28 5.17 1929 6.80 40. 1929 39. 1929 1929 H. W. Hoba, N'i NE 1-4 — II W. Rnhii, NE 1-1 NSV 1-1.-M. 11. Collins, NK 1-4 Ellen A. Slierldan, N \S ^-4^. W',i NSV 1-4. 2 ,' l-l' ' —110 ' NE f-4"I ——17 NK 1-1 -SI 1 ". 1-1 —17 SV 1 ," NI-: 1-1 ex. 78. 39.33 1929 80. 1929 TOWNSHIP 2S 70.5 1U29 2S 3.1. 1020 2S 158. 1029 150. 1929 28 Puylun Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, Sullivan, IND. DKDYAHD OS 99 09 99 99 A. AmelsbtTK and man, SK 1-4 17 NsY~l-4 17 SSV 1-1 I —— I —'7 Wir, SK l-l 17 SIO 1-4 SK 1-4 17 DAKOTA 1. E. SVorl- 84.49 :!7.66 ir.s. 78. 30. 70. 154.62 149.97 70. 1020 1020 1929 1029 1929 1020 1029 1929 1029 1929 81.50 79.47 158.93 79.85 108.17 •10.69 lfi.60 217.90 110.20 195.24 08.43 306.SO 1115.70 70.34 131.73 272.0:1 206.-Ill 152,'JS 77.15 .03 1.92 .18 4.S9 4.77 9.G3 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 4.79 .40 9.49 .40 13.08 3.30 9.90 4.36 18.-II S.14 4.49 8.23 10.35 17.79 9.18 5.13 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .-10 .-10 .40 .40 .40 .10 Walter H. Smith, SK 1-1 15 A. A. Crahnni, K'-i SK 1-1 i-v.. 1 n. S. 11. IS Vein -ti.lt Dice. NSV l-l NSV l-l -s l.nrsnn. SK 1-1 -'.i \ C H. Murt;ii:h, SW 1-4 -0 \- c. 11. Mnrlnirh. SK 1-4 NK 1-1 : " .1. and c. ii. Miirtni:h. NK 1-1 SK 1-1 31 M. Tootilinan. N W 1-1 SK 1-1 31 .1 nnd C, I!. Mintanh. W'*. x N 1 11. _ l: ' NW 1-1 _ :>_' .! and C. II. Mnrtniih. NK 1-4 (irover. NK l-l tirnver. NK 1-1 NSV l-l ... > Mui-laiih. SSV l-l NK o. on Sl'.99 S7 S2 00.12 40 SI 40.fi! S2 13 310.21 1920 4,1.21 10-0 r. r. 11 --o r..iii. in l.l.O 1.19. Td C0.18 C.44 86.70 84.01 168.8C 86.01 108.00 42.31 19.50 231.47 113.90 205.60 73.19 32J.61 111.21 70.23 140.36 2S9.!« 311.65 162.60 S2.0S IND. DKDYAlHD Cornelius Dirks, J. A. Ciemcnsun, J. A. ClcmeiiMin, J. A. clenienson, SW 1-1 ex. H'y 3 K',f. SW 1-1 ..-22 SK 1-1 ________ -•; SK 1-1 _______ -'•' 23 99 28 156. 1920 L~! N 7 CUDN TOW N SI H1 145.11 4.35 .40 149.80 Westol'S. Jllttln. S'.i SK l-'--- rW Mury K. Sharon and i.loe «'•Currin, NK 1-1 ----- -- ------ -.', H. 11. Stroud, KVi N\V 1-1 ; James W. Strom!, \\', a Is U 1-1.;^ H 1''. Cbapin, SI'. 1-1 ----- - ---- : H. II. Klroud, N 2 a. N'K H, F. Chapin, bSV 1-4 110.11 70. 15S. 77. 156. so. 78. 158. .1020 1029 1920 1929 1029 10'iO 1029 1029 1929 1929 1929 1.01.07 92.-17 If.i5.49. 237.70 6-1.74 161.10 3S.75 37.70 153.09 1.U2 153.0'J 11.20 11.03 9.10 12.9(1 1.91 O.Oli 1.10 1.13 0.19 .12 9.10 .40 .40 .-10 .41) .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .-10 215.73 OS.90 11)5.29 251.01) 67.08 160.00 40.31 162.68 2.44 102.08 61.35 1929 79.34 4.70 .40 84.69 7.25 .40 128.40 3.86 .40 132.64 3.80 .40 130.»3 3.86 .40 132.6* 3.80 .40 130.92 7.99 .40 141.60 4.10 .« 72.78 S C. Chambers, SK 1-4 ; | Mary Will, SW 1-1 -----I;' IAI Veine State lik, \Ui M- H : ; l.U Venie Stale Hll, NW 1-4 ...--.! W. K. Smith, SW 1-1 --^-^-fi Hurry O. Chambers, WV4 NE 1-4 1 Harry (). Chambers, J-.Vi l'--s J H. I). Chambers,"s"W 1-4 1 H C). Chambers, pern. ^ NK 1-411 11 o. Chambers. NW 1-1 -H Farmers' Sav. liU Corwllli, l. r ,6. 1020 154.70 1029 70. 1929 1-r.O 19-9 119.02 1920 179.12 177.77 90.72 107.50 82.78 10.75 10.0G 6.44 10.05 2.-18 .-10 .40 .40 .40 .40 190.37 1S8.83 90.M 177.05 85.60 IND DU VISHNU 91 27 S2.98 1920 71.19 .40 73.73 40.71 156. IfAi. 19J9 10-'9 1020 192'J 1-4 ex. H'y Harry O. Chambers, N'W 1-1 ex. !>!,, Ij 11 94 27 150.68 H'y 01 27 155 1920 TOWNS! HP Knill Wlese, N',i SSV 1-4 .11 W 28 J A McDonald, 1 a. in NK 1-1 SSV 1-1 ",---7 : Nannie Slmpkins, N_K_ 1-4^.- — — ^ % IE Hist, It. 2 SW 1-4 SW 1-4 17 H. F, Kist, It. 3 NE 1-4 NE 1-4 19 H. E. Hist. U. 1 SE 1-4 NE 1-4 ex. R'y }» Chris J. Miller, WVi NW 1-4 ...Ai Chris J. Miller, KV4 NE 1-4 X John Stein, WH SW 1-4 -_,-^-_-" 1. 156. 3. 4.3-1 1929 1929 1929 1929 1920 1929 1929 D. C. Chase, NE 1-4 2 87 D. C. Chase, NW 1-4 \ 8J D. C. Chase, NV4 SW 1-4 \ 87 D. C. Chase, NW SE 1-4 .2 97 R N. Bruer, NE 1-4 NE 1-4 SB 28 .70 28 79. 28 79. 28 77. TOWNSHIP 28 143,27 1929 28 144.40 1929 28 78. 1929 28 77. 1929 37.30 133.89 222.12 143.01 138.20 139.01 75.99 .39 75.04 1.S4 1.41 ^.26 82'. 34 92.61 062.26 367.01 1037.80 823.42 1.12 4.02 0.60 4.29 .40 .40 .40 .40 4.15 .40 4.19 .40 4. DC .40 .02 2.25 .10 .00 .02 4.01 4.91 6.60 26.10 16.53 85.13 58.92 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 97 2S 40. 2^ •js -V* B.IO 5^42 1.23 2.40 2. (7 IS.f.l S.I3 1.10 1 r. (W o.r,7 2.H II.' 2 4S o :w 2.19 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 10.95 90.49 90. H %,24 42.47 42. SI RS.30 329.22 273.64 41.91 IW.95 573.56 169.48 .40 44.25 07 :,S 10. 10JO 2«!.Ti 10.93 KHK< ne i-l Win. !• Wni M iiT-f iTij h~' s w"" "i -1" "N'E •I". I.Vi. 1.V.. nVrover. NSV 1-1 :« 97 II,,., vi.' i_.i :it"> 07 . Him, M. f) ...-.. iNi ^ ri)KT |, AN - n Edw. I.ovstad. SSV 1-1 NSV 1-1 John .1. Bird, N SO ft. of It. 2 of Peterson's wili-dlv. 6 95 2i I! K SllUnders. S 1633 ft. of It. 2 Peterson's sub dlv. It. 1 And. l-lal of It. 3 l! 9.1 2i Anna Weaver, It 3, SS'U.. NW 1-1. « 01 27 Anna Weaver. It. .". W'i NSV l-l. 0 95 27 Jacob A. llnnlg. S''j SIO l-l 11 Mnry V. Studer, N1-. - - Mnry V. Slnder, SK l-l 12 0.. Jneob A. HanlK, SVb SSV 1-1 12 ' f ' Jiieiib A. llanlg. N'!' SSV 1-1 12 9,1 (it'nrge Dallimui. Nl ex. 1 n. 11. 1 41.21 11.39 .40 .10 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .PO 1.20 .40 .40 12 12 l-l ...12 1-1 ...12 NSV 1-4 23 ^iT'si-fT-TIII27 Henrdlet 2 . Iteni-dlet 2 . Heneillet ... !! . Henrdiet 3 Ei-dman, SI. Hem-diet 3 Erilninn. St. Hem-dlel .... 3 COHWITII Nniiman * Mi-rrlnm, SK l-l 21 Hatberaln iV- Niiuman, NE 1-1 .--i Hatbei-aln * Naunian, SE .50 1020 1029 1929 1929 1H29 1029 1929 1923 1029 44.25 44.25 r.i.io 01 21 44.25 16T..2R 30.06 275.fS 317.48 37S.36 3S2.0S 301.64 8.43 3.21 1S2.M ir.s. n;o. 7S. 79. K. lionrb-y. Enlnian. SI. l-'i'dman, St Krdniiiii. SI I'h-iliiin 9.1 27 if, 27 S S S s s s IND. 3S 1029 7X19 lo""i 1929 10.-S I9J7 1020 10iS 1027 THAI HIE i-r.s. 158. ir.s. . no S2 64.22 .32 .30 .31 .32 .30 .21 .11 .10 8.12 9.19 11. 2S 4.3S 7.77 3.S.1 .02 .(Hi .00 .02 .l*i .(19 T 62 4.40 3.71 191.13 3tr..9» 3X7.56 293.20 17.M1 203.20 17.i'.0 .40 .40 .40 .80 1 20 .40 .80 1.20 .40 .40 .40 33.01 (VS. 47 .74 l.lfi i m .74 1.16 I.IM .111.26 272. £> 311.20 11. N. liriu'r, NW 1-1 V l.'liu-n C. 11 nd Cladys Tlnnniwin. S '-'. NW 1-4 10 IlondrlrU Hoi'iikon. S 1-1 MO 1-1.12 ll.n.li'K'U liernkon. NVi SI'! 1-U-' II. .1. Hornkell, SW 1-4 12 llindrli-k Itecnkon, NK 1-1 1 It. N. Itrnor, NW 1-4 K. N. linior, .SW 1-1 U 1!. N. Hruer, S'i NH 1-1 1[> J. P. Unier, KVi, SW 1-4 l» J. P. I'.mor. SU 1-1 I" ^^•!lU^rn A r.ul.lo, K 'i NW 1-1.21 A, .1. Kroelti'h, N I 1 ) 1-1 ex. 6.SI n. KiiSHiilh i-cinnty " (i Frank ],,„„.,. HK 1-1 -n. N. K .1. IW.82 188.31 229.18 H7.73 142.70 144.23 S0.95 .81 77.09 2.3-1 l 9:-'. .6)1 87.6-S 87.08 98.67 70. 39,5 70. 1.1.1.110 l'is'.83 119.26 79. 79. 156. 79. 1929 1929 1929 1920 1929 1020 1020 1929 1929 1929 1929 .40 677.70 40 773.54 .40 1073.83 .40 802.74 28 145.6 Hruer, SSV 1-1 7 AVelp, NK 1-1 18 Nicoiilln, Eli NSV 1-1 18 Nlcoiilln, N'i SSV l-l IS OS OS HIV~KHDALK J. M. J. M. C. C. C. C. John M. P 1 Patterson, NSS' 1-1 Pattersiin, SSV 1-1 1 Adams, NSV 1-1 6 Adams, SSV 1-1 •• Frlderes, WVi SSV l-l 10 1,1= Jueh.-m et nl, SK 1-1..30 IPiKgard gov It. 1 30 91 29 SENECA 1929 1929 HAMSKV 2,8 130.22 1020 28 16S. 1920 2.S 79. 1929 2.X 71.01 1929 TOWNSHIP 29 150.13 1929 29 156. 1929 148.65 113.92 156. 2.8 1929 1929 1020 1020 1929 C.'ONSOMl'ATKD .1. K. Hi-nlly. NW 1-4 __________ 4 Kdwuid Scully, SW 1-1 ________ 4 Union Uond ft MIK Co.. N!i S\V ^ """ Union Bond Jt'TlTjiT Co., SSV 1-4 S\V 1-4 1S (Too B. Ludwig and C. G. Stu- cler, N'/j SK l-l —13 Union Bond & Mtg Co., NK 1-44 Union Bond ,t Mtg. Co., SK 1-4 14 Robert Simpson, SSV 1-4 NSV 1-414 Robert Simpson, SK l-l !•; A J. Bcrryman, NK l-l .<— Union Bond & Mtg. Co., NV4 NSV 1-4 24 Unoin Bond ,t'.Mtg. Co., SSV 1-4 NSV 1-4 --T 4 Union Bond & Mtg. Co., K'/j aw 1-1 ....---,.----21 162.S6 1929 1929 08 HO 110. I"—J 08 30 !IS. 1929 1MI. 156. 40. 164. Kill. 98 30 77.5 98 30 39. 79. 1929 1029 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1IS.:» 70.18 248.112 sV.77 TTi.39 3.1.91 41.49 08.10 69.03 8T>.13 08.16 100.45 310.0.1 61.73 57.91 114.82 102.36 146.19 113.31 29.02 147.39 1.09 218.94 136.60 69.88 44.31 42.nO 113.20 114.16 110.37 . 56.03 -' 2:13.53 228.89 340.55 142.65 216.41 John S. Thompson, A. M. Cm-ran, NW 1-4 _. 22 9 Caroline Cm-ran, W% NE 1-4...22 94 M. D. Gurnet!, NW 1-4 ex. R'y_25 94 Chrhillan C. lironhaeh, S!4 SK ]_,[ , ChriMlan'cr'cIronbach, WVi SW 1-1 Edw. A. Miller, NE 1-1 I'r. 0 1"0 Edw. A. Miller, NW 1-4 fr. 9100 .Mary M. Hliinchard, N% NW ^ w^"~sw7-rilj5 100 NW 1-1 . 10 1(0 SK 1-1 10 100 ; 1-1 ssv 1-4 ex. "SENTxjA'lND. DISTRICT NO. 7 SK 1-1 25 OS 30 150. 1929 167.41 SHElfMAN TOWNSHIP " 28 166. 1929 28 79. 1919 28 162.48 1929 007.10 410.95 164.2S 1.05 2.10 4.21 9.62 8.S7 2.48 2.26 1.02 1.25 2.04 4.14 2.65 2.04 3.18 16.81 1.80 1.74 6.S9 6.14 8.77 6.80 .90 S.S4 .07 6.67 4.10 l.SO 1.33 1.29 0.80 3.42 .3.81 ' S.40 14.01 18.73 10.40 4.28 6.50 9.44 29.00 19.06 91 28 77. 1929 32 91 28 77. 1929 ""s'pIUNffFIELD TOWNSHIP 101.7B 110.25 77. 78. 149.23 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 Iti 37.17 152.10 145.25 145.25 117. SW 1-1 _. —26 100 NW 1-1 _I 35 100 SW 1-4 31 100 ^ J,~Kf>~YATib~ INU. SPHINGF C Ii-i-Kenson SW 1-4 ex. H'y 27 100 C. jJrK, ,,«».;. Nli SK 1-4 28 100 C. Jeir.i'iison, SE 1-1 SK 1-1 ,.v i .. w ||. -'S 100 (• .lerKenson. S\S'"l-4 SK 1-4.28 100 1029 1929 1929 149.48 71.51 28 28 35.66 36.90 1929 1929 1929 1929 Addle M.'and C. A. Arpke, SVi >.; j,^ |_.l _ 31 100 Adiile'M. iind"c.~~A. Arpke, SK^ ^ 1-1 HWKA Jolm llancoek Mutual Life l»c. Co.. SW 1-4 -— 7 L. A. Andrew, Hee. Co. Savings Hank, NK 1-1 NK 1-4 -----1° A. Andrew, He.-. Co. Savings Bank. S',<! NK 1-1 - — 1" A Andrew, He.-. Co. Savings Hank, NW 1-1 SE 1-4 0 l) Iverson, EVi SK 1-4 10 T. and 1-'. F. Gibbons, K'-i N\V 1-4 ls s Molnes Jiiinl Stk. Land HI*. SSV 1-4 ex. H'y -_- T ---17 L. L. ill. E. 28 79. 1929 00 28 150. 1929 TOWNSHIP 99 30 143.83 1929 90 30 38. 1929 79. 1929 44.26 41,46 47,81 61.81 100.98 68.61 127.62 161.40 3.S.68 157.22 141.IS IWi.illi 118.15 LD 281.57 117.67 56.21 58.10 83.38 140.79 1.C3 1.24 1.43 1.55 5.-S8 4.1.2 3.83 9.08 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 ,40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 M .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 2.43 9.86 8.01 8.19 6.75 10.83 7.06 3.37 3.48 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 35.96 37.62 74.79 25S.I.4 161.02 W.05 78.05 35.36 43.14 70.00 73.67 SS.08 70.59 110.03 327.26 (13.99 60.03 122.11 KS.90 155.30 120.64 31.22 150.03 1.50 225.91 141.16 62.03 46.07 44.25 120.46 117.98 114.08 60.43 247.94 243.02 S67.36 147,23, 223.31 167.28 634.66 430.41 , 174.50 46.00 43.10 49.64 53.78 107.28 73.13 131.75 100.88 41.61 107.4S 150.19 145.15 125.30 .40 .40 .40 .40 99 99 30 30 3S.53 75.60 1929 1929 394.33 22.01 45.81 22.37 43. M) 2.50 .40 4.40 .40 18.07 .40 .60 1.38 .07 1.28 .40 .40 .40 .40 301.86 125.13 G9.98 01.98 86.28 151.69 412.80 23.10 47.69 23.44 45.46 30 77. 1929 108.35 9.00 .40 207.75 149.93 118.50 1929 1929 IND. SWKA A. Andr Hli V.' -w, lief. So. NW 1-4 _________ 1 o ivoi-son, W',i -lll-y K. HellUol, SW 1-4 ...11 iW 1-1 S 77. 77. 1020 1029 209.82 20S.20 75.40 75.40 2.26 2.20 .40 .40 .40 .40 of .1. O. .1. II. J. o. .1. D. 11. in' .1. A. J. A. J. A. 13 90 7.84 1929 .20 .-10 _ 13 or""NT."N 7 r:""l-T 23 Proctor! S'.a" NW 1-1 23 Proelor, N'- iSW '"' - ;l I'ri.etor. N',i NW 1-1 2 • K. Heiit/el, NK 1-1 -'I Nol-thrllp. NK I-l -;' Niirthrup. NW 1-1 '-•> Nnrthi-np, SSV 1-1 -• Ellsworth >^ Jones Inc. Ellswiii-lh & Jones Ine., Kllsworth K- Junes In 1 '- KilMVurlh & Jones Ine Samin-1 Sbaben Jr., Nl 1 Sainii'-l Shabi-n -Ir., Samuel Shal.eii Jr., 1-1 |!,.|-t fveli, K 1-1 S'.i: SW Samuel N W Samuel N W Samin-1 Sa NK 1-1 '•'•• NW 1-1 35 SW 1-135 SK 1-4.3:1 UNION S'K 1-1 ex. 1 9 NK 1-1 "NW 9 T-i __is AI.GONA f NE 1-1 5.B.S 7::. 97 Si I. so. 71.16 156. 149.34 151.47 156. ir.t TOWNSHIP 1929 1020 1029 10.'9 1920 11(20 1920 1920 1920 1029 1920 1029 1920 4.81 141.01 1-16.91 1-10.01 135.9f> 102.S1 292. SS 27S.20 2*1.13 •JMi.51 277.01 .15 S.70 8.8.'! 8.82 8.15 4.<B 17.57 16.70 17.76 17.19 16.62 17.41 18.00 96 'Jli 9>i 29 96 20 1ND. 157. 156. 40. 20. 1929 1920 UNION 1929 162.09 101.01 39.05 20.09 5.OS .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 216.52 271.30 78.08 78.00 7.28 5.30 154.01 150.16 15'J.IO 144.50 157.79 310.85 205.30 314.29 304.10 294.03 308.07 318.28 172.21 171.10 41.79 22.05 20 70. 1929 191.23 11.49 s'i:. s\V 1-1 N ,.| V1 .,. " 31 1 /eiiln'crT H. 1 SK 1-4 NW 1-4 .Samuel '/.-Miner, SV of 96 29 96 20 5.30 19-9 1920 51.50 1-4 SW 1-4 ..30 00 Ins U Andrews, S'i NK 1-1 6 Jas. D. Andrews, Kli SW 1-4 ...li Jas. D. Andrewn, SK 1-1 e. 1 a. _ Firsi'XalnrmrfTiaTiVTif Wesley, NW 1-1 NK 1-1 ,-;--,— First National Hank of \\esley, NK I-l NW 1-4 •> liroiiie Hawkins, NW 1-4 17 Julius Kun/.. SS".i NW I-l -• Frank Fox, SK 1-1 SSV 1-4 --.-.---;' Ole Peterson. SSV 1-1 N of H >'-•« 00 90 TOSVNSHIP 1029 12.40 1920 1929 96 155. 1029 27 30. 1929 l.owlH Lewis Kent. NW 1-1 Kent. SW 1-1 N P. .„„! ,,-»,. - 30. 108. 77. 39. 151.07 156. 1929 1029 1920 1020 1029 1920 f H'y Krank Ciukle, XK 1-1 ' llor-klns. NK Martha .,a,-t.,a B. H. ^I-L.* ( % 1-1 ...24 70.60 1929 WKSLKV 30. 1020 TOWN SI IIP 9.1 30 156. 1020 05 oO 15.6.50 1929 47.30 •10.51 83.09 43.76 43. OS 180.50 30.40 19.63 191.16 184.18 97.01 35.65 76.70 77.02 3.09 .75 1.42 1.21 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .-10 0.74 10.24 54.90 13.61 49.18 42.15 2.52 .40 86.91 2.02 .40 40.78 Frank Huller, beg. 2 rds. N and X .'-3 rds. K of SW cor. SSV 1-1 SSV 1-1 N 12 rds. K 3',i rds. H I 1 ' rds. SV S',2 rds. to beg._. 5 <Jo 30 Marv Huller. beg. 2 rds. N and 2 nis 10 ul' SSV cor . SSV 1-1 SSV 1-4, JN' 12 rds., E 6 2-3 rda. S I 1 ' rds , \\' 6 2-3 rds. to beg. 6 Dei.ids Ryan, SSV 1-1 SSV 1-4 ex. [{•j. 6 Dennis Ryan, Nli SSS' 1-4 0 II H. '/umach, SW 1-4 NE 1-4 N O f H'y ° If. R. Zumach, SE 1-4 NSV I-l N of R'y 8 IND SVIHTTKMOHE 2.02 11.19 1.20 .60 8.60 11.05 1.06 2.30 2.31 .40 .40 .40 .10 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 46.70 198.09 41.06 20.63 200.60 195.63 103.26 37.11 79.46 79.73 .25 1929 1.74 .10 .40 2.24 95 30 .GO 1929 28.43 1.70 .40 30.53 93 95 36. M 77.66 1929 1929 95 30 95 30 10.82 1929 10.23 1929 41.56 88.12 12.54 10.16 1.25 2.64 .38 .31 .40 .40 .40 .40 43.21 51.14 13. SI MM

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