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The Upper Des Moines-Republican, November 19,1930 Beggars CAN Choose ^Continued from In* Wednesday.) luring, you can start agnln. Why, men sometimes have to slnrt again when they're old. Lots of men fall once—or twice—and then succeed. You can start back nnd rebuild your father's old business. What if'you have to let the house and the car go —It's a smnll price for a new start. Pastano will let yon alone, as long as you stay off of his preserves. Lillian's got her money, will and I are going to start new." He looked up at her—eager to be comforted as a child Is eager to be comforted—eager to believe her, coming back, slowly and painfully, from the dark places of fright and madness. "But Lillian"—he srtld, protesting, arguing, as mortal man always argues, on the wrong side—"Lillian's going to have a baby—that was what sickened me on all that old business—I'd been ,slck of It, anyhow, nnd when I knew I might have a son—I had to get clear. I told her to go to New York, last week, but she wouldn't. She's stuck to me, Ernestine. I never believed she would. I thought she was a falr- weatlier wife. I've always thought It. But she's been wonderful. She let her maid go, and she's been doing her own housework. She sold her car and brought me the money. She wrote to her father to let her have her trust fund outright. Now she's going out looking for a flat. That's all right- but when I thought of prison—and Lillian's baby coming In all that trouble, It seemed that the best thing I could do would be to get out. If I were gone, she'd go home to her mother, and perhaps no one would know, I'm all caved in about Lillian, about the way she's taken It." "Why, Lorlng," said Ernestine, and laughed shakily, "Lillian adores you— always did. She loves you. When you've just found out how much she cares, you contemplate leaving her. AVhat a wny to figure. If that's not like a man!" They talked a little. Ernestine sat down on the dressing table, flung her hat upon Lillian's bed and talked to him. She told him of the new plans she and Will had made. Gradually he relaxed, came back to normal. He reached up and turned his coat collar down and put up a hand and smoothed his hair. After a little he got up and shook his big body. "I believe I'll go and shave," he said. "I'm a fright. You won't tell Lillian or Will about tills afternoon?" "Why should I tell them? It would Just scare them .botfi. : - Have you, had lunch?"' '* - • "" : -"" [ '<"' -<---^^"No, I don't think so; no, I didn't." "Neither did I. I'll go downstairs and fix some coffee and sandwiches while you're shaving." From the kitchen she could hear him moving about; then she heard the front door open and the click of the latch. She went to the hall, and Lillian saw her. Lillian came back to the kitchen. "You didn't answer the phone, so I came over—Lorrle's upstairs. He said he hadn't eaten"—she made a gesture to the preparations on the table. Lillian nodded absently. "Ernestine," she said softly, quickly, "I'm going to have a baby." Ernestine kissed her. "I'm awfully glad." "Did you know about all of Loring's trouble?" "Will told me some—Loring's told me the rest—but the worst is over for him now." "Poor kid," said Lillian. She leaned against the door a moment and smiled at her younger sister. It seemed to Ernestine that since she had last seen ,her, the hard surface had dissolved from Lillian. "Isn't It funny? Now everything Is different. I used to wonder how you could go ahend when things were so hard. But It's not so bad—in the thick of it, as it seems from the sidelines. Just to know the baby's coming makes all this mess of Loring's seem so unimportant—I don't care what arrangements we make. Oh, Ernestine, there have been times when I thought Loring loved you more than he did me, but these last few days he's been so sweet to me—so worried about me. He's humbled—it makes my heart ache. I can't tell you how I feel." "I guess I know," Ernestine an- swored. "It's this business of marriage—but go on up to him, darling, and get him to eat something. All this will straighten Itself out." Lillian went up the stairs. Standing in the hall, looking after her, Ernestine realized that these sorrows were blessings—these were the things that bound a man and a woman together. Tills would break for ever Loring's old fixed Idea about herself, and Lillian's belief that she had married for her own advantage. This would leave them close together, warm, heart to heart. She turned the gas low under the coffee-pot, spread a napkin over the sandwiches she had flxed and slipped quietly out of the house. Perhaps Will was ut home, and she would eat with him. As she walked she began to plan all the new life. Her practical, efficient mind set Itself with vigor upon the new problems. The removal to the lake—the need of a studio there for Will, the possibility of adjusting their life to changeable income. But Will was so active—ha would doubtless have all tho work he could do, within a year or two. Some day he would be' famous, and be would find the world willing to pay for beauty M well as wit. She walked more quickly—eug«r to be home, the younj blood ilnglng la ber heart, Some day— ITHB END.] DEINQUENTTAXSALENOTICE CONTINUED Names of Owners Part of Section or Town, Ad- dltton or Sub- Division Add. thence W 24 rd. along N line of 2nd Col. Add. thence N 32 rd. B 24 rd. to W line of W. & B .Col. Add. thence S 32 rd. along w line of So. Add to beg: In S% SEH SB 98 27 1929 26.55 WHITTEMRE INC.—ORIGINAL PLAT. g 1.69 .40 21.54 H. J. Thompson 9 • 6 Bertha M. Bowers Skow .. 10 6 Lovlna H. Hatch E 4 ft. 15 6 Lovlna L. Hatch 16 6 George Schacht 7 8 George Schacht 8 8 Philip Engler 6 11 Catherine Smith 10 18 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 HOTELLING'S ADD. Etta Laubenthal 3 6 1929 Etta Laubenthal 6 6 1929 HIGH LAWN ADD. 9-10 . 9 . 9 . 10 . 10 . 11 . 11 11 J. B. Murphey, Trustee J. B. Murphy, Trustee J, B. Murphy, Trustee J. B. Murphy, Trustee J. B. Murphy, Trustee J. B. Murphy, Trustee J. B. Murphy, Trustee J. B. Muryhy, Trustee . . 11 2 Mrs. Joe Walters ........ 12 2 Mrs. Joe Walters ........ 13 2 Mrs. John Wagner ...... 14 2 Mrs. John Wagner ...... 15 2 Mrs. John Wagner ...... 16 2 Anthony Schmidt, beg. at NW cor. of High Lawn Add. thence W 80 rd. NW at right angles 20 rd. NE 80 rd E 20 r.d to beg. NEV4 ................. 7 95 30 Anthony Schmidt, beg. at NW cor of High Lawn Add. thence W 80 rd. NW at right angles 20 rd. NE 80 rd E 20 r.d to begr. NEVi ................. 7 95 30 1929 1928 1927 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 1928 1928 1928 1928 1928 111.48 111.48 .91 36.55 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 2.61 2.61 2.51 2.52 6.69 .40 6.69 .40 .06 .40 2.19 .40 2.06 .40 2.05 .40 1.64 .40 8.84 .40 .82 .40 .32 .40 .»7 .40 .48 .80 .C5 1.20 .45 .80 .SB 1.20 .19 .40 .46 .80 .65 1.20 .45 .10 .45 .80 .45 .80 .45 .80 .45 .80 118.17 118.67 1.37 39.14 8«.82 36.62 29.46 68.20 11.50 11.41 6.98 3.7« 4.02 3.7« 4.02 3.7* 8.7i 4.01 3.7t 3.78 3.76 3.76 3.77 BUFFALO CONSOLIDATED DISTRICT. Frank D. Prulsman, W 6A 1929 137.06 S.22 .40 145.11 1928 125.53 22.59 .80 148.92 Martin Brandt ...,NE% Adeline Sophlo Meyer, N% 97 27 6.00 1929 97 27 135.38 1929 7.44 149.22 .23 .40 4.48 .40 S.07 Adeline Sophia Meyer, N 10 A of SEVi SEVi 4 L. A. Andrew, Receiver of Central Trust Co. SWVi Aug. Schram, SH SEVi & NEVi SEVi ex. ry 9 N .C, Rice SWVi 14 N. C. Rice SVi NEVi 15 N. C. Rico SEVi 16 Mary Crawford Armstrong-, NWVi 19 R. W. Crawford, ..SWVi 19 Aug. Schram SWVi 21 Aug. Schram .W% SEVi 21 N. C. Rice NEVi 22 Aug. Schram . .NV6 NEVi 22 Aug. Schram SWH SE% 22 W. A. Schram SEVi SEVi personal 22 4 97 27 79.00 1929 81.67 2.45 .40 84.62 97 27 10.00 1929 7.58 .23 .40 8.21 8 97 27 156.00 1929 416.20 27.14 .40 443.74 97 27 111.38 1929 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 79.00 1929 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 155.85 1929 97 27 156.13 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 97 27 38.00 1929 97 27 149.30 1929 245.A5 161.22 214.33 363.70 119.96 182.86 322.43 194.23 112.35 119.79 91.40 76.69 113.10 97 27 40.00 1929 97 27 156.00 1929 23.74 103.04 N. C. Rico NWVi 23 BUFFALO DIST. NO. 7. S. Nordmenn SEVi 35 97 27 166.00 1929 183.01 BUFFALO TOWNSHIP DIST .NO. 8. Forburger -Larkln- Bleich & Drewelow SEVi NWVi 33 Albert J. Bleich, Sr. SEVi 33 Peter J. O'Connor, N% NWVi ex 86-100 G. P. 34 .. _. BUFFALO DIST. NO. 9. Aug. Schram NEVi 29 97 27 156.00 1929 143.80 Win. M. Taylor SEVi 29 97 27 156.00 1929 John H. Krull NEVi 30 Geo. Kuhns NEVi 31 Geo. Kuhns SEVi 31 14.74 .40 4.84 .40 6.43 .40 10.91 .40 3.60 .40 6.49 .40 19.34 .40 11.65 .40 3.37 .40 7.18 .40 5.48 .40 4.61 .40 3.39 .40 260.79 166.46 221.16 375.01 123.96 181.75 342.17 206.21 116.13 127.37 97.21 81.6( 116.89 10.98 .40 194.39 .71 .40 3.09 .40 24.85 106.53 97 27 76.14 1929 320.50 9.61 .40 330.61 97 27 156.00 1929 97 27 166.00 1929 97 27 156.00 1929 P. E. Hooke and Ernest McChain, lot 3 NEVi NWVi 1 P. E. Hooke and Ernest McChain, lot 2 SEVi SWVi P. E. Hooke and Ernest McChain lot 2 NEVi SWVi P. 10. Kooke and Ernest McChain, lot 2 SEV4 SWVi P. E. Hooke and Ernest McChain W% NWV t P E. Hooke and Ernest McChain, WVi SWVi Richard Long, NEVi ex 1A S. H. 9 ;• Albert -O. Volentlne NH NWV4 .' 11 E. N. Volentlne SH NWV4 11 W. J. Rist NWVi 26 Henry & Herbert Wlese, WV4 SWVi 27 D. E. Keat ..SWVi SWVi 32 D. E. Keat ....EV4 SW% 32 Edwin H. Staley ..NWVi 34 Herbert W. Wiese ..NWV4 35 Geo. C. DIttman S% SEVi personal 36 BURT TOWNSHIP. 520.77 206.09 282.92 213.16 8.63 .40 15.62 .40 6.18 .40 8.48 .40 6.39 .40 97 29 2.62 1929 1 97 29 7.09 1929 1 97 29 10.47 1929 1.20 3.25 4.83 .04 40 .10 .40 .15 .40 97 29 9.86 1929 4.56 - .14 .40 152.83 536.79 212.67 291.8* 219.95 1.64 3.76 E.3S E.I* 1 97 29 72.35 1929 33.43 1.00 .40 34.S3 1 9729 77.001929 36.61 -1.07 .40 37.01 97 29 155.00 1929 178.97 11.04 .40 190.41 97 29 77.00' 1929 97 29 79.00 1929 97 29 155.09 1929 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 48.42 42.32 '85.97 41.99 40.74 84.73 85.07 76.92 1.30 .40 1.27 .40 2.68 .40 1.26 .40 2.45 .40 5.08 .40 2.55 .40 2.31 .40 45.11 43.99 81.95 43.65 43.59 90.21 88.02 79.13 97 29 116.60 1929 BURT IND. BURT. Jos. H. Schroeder SV6 NEVi 26 97 29 78.00 1929 Jos H. Schroeder ..SEtt 26 97 29 166.00 1929 CREiSCO TOWNSHIP 140.60 8.50 .40 149.40 155.36 310.59 38.16 1929 29.69 3. 1929 4.58 F W Calry NE 1-4 . _ 8 95 29 156. 1929 82.93 C ; irl A Brown W 90 aT SK 1-4 22 95 29 8S.S7 1929 47.29 B G Setback, NW 1-1 NE 1-4..31 95 29 33. 1929 33.73 H G Se back N W 1-4 ...31 95 29 141.15 1939 126.68 B G Soiback, NW 1-4 33 95 29 158. 1929 136.58 ALCONA INTO. F P. Phillips, NW 1-4 SW 1-4 E of R'y - 2 95 29 E ' SE l-I'ff'of H'y 11 .- 0 . 10 95 29 it. 6.10 00 29 Minnie Merlin, It 4 ex. N 1-2 of E 4-9 of gov. It. 2 14 9a 29 Theodore Bonn, W 8 a. It 12, Fisher estate 14 95 29 Lcvl J. Hendreri, personal and It. 16 Fisher estate 14 95 29 Nora Falwey, It. 13 Fisher s est. 14 95 29 E. J. Yorker, W 30 a. NW 1-4 of NE 1-4 16 _* 29 9.32 .40 18.64 .40 2.49 .40 1.42 .40 2.02 .40 7.CO .40 8.19 .40 165.08 329.63 85. S7 49.11 36.14 134.68 146.17 .89 .40 30.98 .27 .40 7.251929 12.21 6.85 1929 10.08 7.631929 11.83 10. 10. 1929 1929 21.76 13.73 .73 .04 .71 1.50 .82 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 5.20 13.34 11.72 12.94 23. C6 14.95 EAGLE TOWNSHIP Helnm Anderson, e-3-4 N 1-2 N 1_2 _______________________ 10 100 30 75.33 1929 First Natioiiaf'Bank of Arm- 30. 1929 46.06 2.80 .40 49.86 33.47 1.00 .40 34.87 39. 1929 1929 37.11 140.33 39 1929 18.56 1929 1929 1929 1929 1929 37.11 32.97 180.76 71.75 3G.G4 strong, SE 1-4 SE 1-4 „, 16 100 30 J. R. DeLatour, 9W 1-4 17 100 30 158. St. Paul State Bank, NK 1-4 NK 1-4 ex. 1 a. S. H..18 100 38 37.24 1929 16.62 St Paul State 13k, W 1-2 NE 1-4 18 100 30 79.24 1939 38.95 St Paul State Hk, E 1-2 NW 1-4.18 100 30 79.24 1929 38.95 St. Pan IState Bk, SE 1-4 NK 1-1 IS 100 30 First National Bank Armstrong, NK 1-4 21 100 30 158. First National Bank Armstrong, NK 1-4 SK 1-4 21 100 30 39. A. M. Llnribloom SK 1-4 NW 1-421 100 30 40. Frank Hill, NB 1-4 NW 1-4 23 100 30 39. Sarah Jane Bute, NW 1-4 32 100 30 160. C. iG. Pisel, S 1-2 SW 1-4 33 100 30 77. FENTON TOWNSHIP II W Schmidt, W 1-2 SW 1-4 33 97 30 77. 1929 270.51 LONE ROCK IND. FENTON Fred O. Wegener, K 1-2 SE 1-4 & 2 1-2 a. NE of Dr. 133, W 1-2 Sio 1-4 _. _ . 2 97 30 75.80 1939 154.70 Collins Fai-mH~Co7,"~N10 1-4 11 97 30 156. 1939 278.83 H M. Burllnsame N 1-2 NW 1-413 97 30 77. 1939 145.49 B. M. BurlliiBarne, S 1-3 N W 1-413 97 30 79. 1939 306.68 First Nat'l Bk. Havelock, J. G. Obrecht, and W. & A. Jackson, W 1-2 NE 1-4 21 91 30 79. 1939 86.73 UARFIELD TOWNSHIP First Nat'l Bk. Havelock, J. G. Obrecht, and W. & A. Jackson, N 1-2 Slfl 1-4 21 94 30 First Nat'l Bk. Havelock, J. G. Obrecht, and W. & A. Jackson. SW 1-4 SW 1-4 22 94 30 George Schacht, SW 1-1 SW 1-4.34 94 30 2.23 8.43 .50 1.17 1.17 .5fi .40 39.74 .40 149.24) .40 .40 .40 .40 17.42 40.52 40.53 19.51 1929 155.39 9.33 .40 165.11 3.23 1.98 7.C« 2.15 1.10 ,40 39.74 .40 35.36 ,40 188.73 40 74.30 40 38.14 13.83 .40 284.T3 4.64 16.59 4.36 6.20 .40 159.74 .40 295.81 .40 160.25 .40 213.28 5.20 .40 92.33 79. 1929 86.73 6.20 .40 92.33 38. 38. George Scimcbt, 10 1-2 NIC 1-4..26 94 30 77. 1923 38.90 1939 41.77 _ __ 1939 84.53 Rasmus "»i. "Olson, S 1-2 SW 1-4.32 94 30 77. 1939 43.30 WEST BEND CONS. GARFIELD Henrv Bell, 63/100 a. on N side of W 1-3 SW 1-4 6 91 30 Kot-suth Co. State Hk, E 1-2 SW l_.j _ _ _ 6 ICossulh Co". State'Bk, W 1-2 SE 1-4 6 Mary Isch, beg. S38 ft. SE of Intersect. W of line Sec. Cen. of «'y K 812.41 ft., S 1022.41 «., NW along U'y to twg. 18 94 30 Mary Isch, SW 1-4 S of R'y ex. .62 1929 1.47 94 30 79. 1929 95.77 91 30 79. 1939 147.61 2.34 2.60 6.07 1.27 .09 2.87 4.43 .40 .40 41.70 44.67 .40- 90.00 .40 43.93 .40 1.96 .40 99.01 .40 162.33 Mary Isch 3 Mary Isch ,- 4 Mary Isch 1 Mary Isc-h 2 Mary Isch 3 Mary Isch ' 4 Mary Inch 1 Mary .Isch ^ Mary Isch WRIGlHT'S ADD TO WEST BEND 10.6 1929 20.08 1.20 .40 21.68 41.65 1929 78.74 4.72 .40 63.66 2 1939 1.90 2 1929 1.96 3 1939 1.96 3 1929 1.90 3 1929 1.90 3 1929 1.90 4 1939 1.90 4 1929 1.96 4 1929 1.90 Mary Isch ~~^^^ 4 4 1929 1.95 y - GERMAN TOWNSHIP Henry Beenken, N 1-2 NW 1-4 15 98 27 69.96 1929 lOl.Ob Henry Beenken, SW 1-4 NW 1-4.15 98 27 39. 1929 50.70 John and Christ Helmers, SW 1-4 ex 2 a ch. -.26 98 27 154. 1929 192.99 John Boeckelman, N 1-2 NE 1-4.28 98 27 73.77 1929 36.13 John Joeckelman, S 1-2 NE 1-4..28 98 27 76.62 1938 46.91 Ben Amelsburg, 1 a. In NE cor. NK 1-4 33 08 27 1. 1929 7.83 John and Chris Helmers, W 1-2 NW 1-4 35 98 27 77. 1929 76.43 " GRANT TOWNSHIP CON8L. Beardsley & Wendt, E 1-2 NE fr, .12 .12 .12 .12 .12 .13 .12 .12 .13 .12 6.63 3.41 11.G8 1.08 1.33 .47 4.53 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 2.48 2.48 2.48 2.43 2.48 2.48 2.48 2.48 2.48 2.47 .40 103.08 .40 54.61 .40 204.97 .40 37.61 .40 47.69 .40 8.70 .40 W.34 „_. —, „ ' ... .11100 2» 61.36 1929 79.34 4.76 .40 84.60 BeradslVy"&""Wendt, W 8-4 NW fr. 1-4 . __1210» 29 T8.33 1929 120.90 7.2S .40 128.40 C. C. Chubb7~NW 1-4 _ JO 100 28 168. 1»2» 128.39 8.85 .40 132.64 O. C. Chubb, SW 1-4 . „ .20100 29 166. 1929 126.72 8.80 .40 130.12 Coleman C. Chubb, NE 1-4 .30100 28 168. 1929 128.39 3.86 .40 132.64 foleman C. Chubb. 8E 1-4 20100 29 166. , 1929 126.72 8.80 M 130.92 Minnie E. Drake. W 1-2 NW 1-4.22 100 2» 78. 19W 133.11 7.99 M 141» Minnie E. Drake, 8E 1-4 NW 1-4 22 100 » if). 1921 08.24 4.10 ,40 72.78 Lark Reynolds, strip of la»fl !* SW cor. NE 1-4 _ 38 100 29 1. 1.139 Thos. Cnrmody, NE 1-4 NK 1-1 34 ICO 29 SS.B8 1929 Thos. Carmody, NW 1-4 _ SB 100 29 14S.21 1929 GREENWOOD TOWNSHIP M. Sanftner, prrs. nnd BE 1-4 5 9S 29 166. 1929 R. N. Bnier, SB 1-4 ex 1 n. S. lT 6 98 29 IW. 1929 John S. Thompson, NE 1-4 7 98 29 If*. 1929 m>. N. Bruer, SW 1-4 . _ ~~ 8 9S 29 166. 1929 John Schumacher, SW 1-4 IS 98 29 145.6 1939 Union Biond & Mtgr. Co., NW~:M NW 1-4 _. 19 98 29 31.24 1929 Susie Anderson, W 1-2 NW 1-4 22 98 29 77. 1929 John S. Thompson, SW 1-4 30 98 29 140.17 1929 Leo Herman Krnpp, N 1-2 NE 3.W 114.19 A5S.46 1&6.M 73. S3 1W.37 74.12 103.76 12.35 4a81 133.05 .28 3.43 19.75 9.B2 2.21 8.7S 2 22 6.22 1-4 .34 93 29 77. 29 79. 29 78. 1929 98 1939 1929 36.69 7R.06 65.60 1.10 4.50 3.33 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 3.76 118.02 678.60 8.98 .40 193.48 Martin Peter Krnpp, S 1-2 NIO 1-4 34 Mnrtln Peter Krnpp, S 1-2 NW 1-1 36 BANCROFT 1NT>. GREENWOOD Thomns P. Jacobs, E 1 n. N 1-2 It 2 NE 1-4 NW1-4 2fi PR 29 1. 1929 1.92 HARRISON DISTRICT NO. 2 D. M. Kplh'her, S 1-2 NW 1-4 13 99 29 79. 1929 184.10 D. M. Kelleher, W 1-2 SW 1-4 ex. R'y 13 99 29 7S.1 1939 HX>.6« Union Bond & MtR. Co., ne 1-4 PX. R'y _ 23 99 29 156.37 1929 451.49 Union Bond & MtK Co., N 1-2 NW 1-4 ex. R'y . 2,1 99 29 74.9S 1929 107.93 SWEA CITY IND. HAIilRIISON W. K. Smith, NE 1-4 3 99 29 190.75 1929 313.12 Mnble Fooshec, S 17.70 o, NW 1-4 4 99 29 17.70 1929 58.71 Mable FooHhee, SW 1-4 _ 4 99 29 156. 1929 464.71 Ellen M. Johnson, E 1-2 NW f-4 8 99 29 79. 1929 260.62 John S .Nelson, SE 1-4 SE 1-4 8 99 29 38. 1929 101.81 M. II. Collins, NE 1-4 _ _ 10 99 29 143.92 1929 10IR..17 M. II. Collins, NW 1-4 10 99 20 149.12 1939 378.87 Roynl E. Hill, SW 1-4 10 99 29 145.46 1929 538.29 D. M. Kelleher, SK 1-4 ex. Jt'y.lB 99 29 165.30 1939 612.27 Collins Farms Co., NW 1-4 SW 1-4 17 99 29 39. 1929 111.83 6.33 .40 Collins Farms Co., E 1-2 SW 1-4 ex. R'y 17 99 29 76.97 1929 167.72 C. G. Dourtc, NE 1-4 SW 1-4 19 99 29 40. 1939 79.78 C. M. C. Walters, NW 1-4 28 99 29 156. 1929 162.79 C. M. C. Walters. SW 1-4 28 99 29 161.19 1929 138.80 Chicago Jt. Stock Land Bk, W 1-2 NW 1-4 _ 31 99 29 65.70 1929 HARRISON DISTRICT NO. 3 N. E. and J. H. Sheridan, NW 1-4 26 93 29 166. 1929 436.86 N. E. & J. H. Sheridan, SW 1-4.26 99 29 156. 1929 152.91 HEBRON TOWNSHIP Maggie Butler et nl, NW 1-4 21 100 27 158. 1929 143.75 Mnsgle Butler te al, SW 1-4 31 100 27 156. 1939 70.96 Willie Joos, NW 1-4 _ __ 29 100 27 149. 1923 240.55 Mittcrcr & FrloHenberR, S 1-3 SK 1-4 36 100 27 78. 1929 76.74 110.38 13.12 62.14 141.43 3S.09 79.96 59.33 2.44 12.16 13.54 3.24 0.40 2.S2 22.99 12.19 3.P6 42.13 1H.62 24 9 24.36 9.81 4.79 4.RS 4.16 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 ,40 .40 303.23 4(Ti.43 111.57 322.93 61.93 4SS.10 263.21 1(T>.27 10S7.M .W.79 .40 .40 .40 .40 537.02 118.56 177.93 84.97 168.07 143.42 60.39 1.81 .40 62.00 13.10 4.59 8.63 2.13 12 C5 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 450.36 157. !K) lr.2.78 73.4!) 253.60 70.W PLAT 0!f STEVENS-HEBRON TOWNSHIP 4.26 .40 75.06 A. A. J. J. I J. L. J. L. J. J. A. 1C. J. L. J. J. J. J. L. L. L. L. L. L. A. K. Anderson 1 A. K. Anderson 2 A. 1C. Anderson 3 A. K. Anderson 2 and 3 A. 1C. Anderson 2 and 3 A. 1C. Anderson 4 A. 1C. Anderson 4 A. 1C. Anderson 4 W. P. Woodcock 6 W. F. Woodcock IIIIIIIIII.II (i A. K. Anderson 7 K. Anderson 7 K. Anderson 7 L. Stevens _ „ . 8 Stevens 8 Stevens ; 8 Slovens 3 Stevens 3 Stevens " 3 Anderson 4 Stevens 5 Stevens 6 Stevens 6 Stevens 6 Steve;ns 6 Ole Hausklns 6 J. L. Stevens 8 J. L. Stevens 8 J. L. Stevens _ 8 A. K. Anderson S 1-22 A. 1C. Anderson 3 A. 1C. Anderson 4-4 liHA'INGTON TOWNSHIP Clem and Linda Cunningham, E ICO a. NE 1-4 ex.. R'y 2 05 28 John E. and Michael McEnroe and AlKona State Bank, NW 1-4 S of R'y 4 Bernie M. Burlinsarne, S'/fc SW 1-4 ex. 1 a. S. H. 15 Bernie M. Burlingame, SW 1-4 SE 1-4 15 95 28 Maggie Burlingame SE 1-4 SE 1-4 ... - - —15 Hattlu B. Moulds, S'/j NW 1-4 SW 1-4 17 Hattie B. Moulds, N% SW 1-4 SW 1-4 17 95 28 Hattlo B. Moulds. N 3-4 EVfc SE 1-4 ex. N 1.44 a. ' 18 95 28 Erviu E. Castell, WV4 SE 1-4 ..18 95 28 Ervin E. Castell, EVi SW 1-4..18 95 28 B. M. IBurlingamc, WMi SB 1-4..21 95 28 B., M. Burlingame, W 1-4 EVi SE 1-4 21 95 28 Maeslo 1. Burllngame, EV4 NE 1-4 ; . , 22 95 28 Fred H. Jennings, that part of It. 1 beg. 148 ft. E of SW cor. of Sec., N 8 rds., W 140 rds., S. ¥ rds., W to beg. 30 95 28 B. M. Burllngame, It. 1, gov. It. 7 31 M Burllngame, It. 4, gov. 1938 1929 1929 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 11120 1923 1329 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 1929 1928 1927 1933 1929 1928 1927 1929 1938 1929 1929 1928 1927 1929 1939 1929 .24 .38 ,38 .119 .67 .44 .50 .49 .fi3 .24 .67 .TO .49 .57 .88 .37 .57 .38 .36 .24 .67 ,38 .30 .57 .38 .63 .67 .38 .37 .57 .67 .67 .05 .03 .03 .13 .20 .03 .10 .15 .04 .04 .04 .10 .15 .04 .08 .13 .01 .08 .13 .04 .04 .08 .13 .04 .08 .04 .04 .OS .13 .04 .04 .04 .SO .40 .40 .SO 1.20 .40 .80 1.20 .40 .80 .40 .80 1.20 .40 .80 1.20 .40 .80 1.20 .80 .40 .80 1.20 .40 .80 .40 .40 .SO 1.20 .40 .40 .40 1.09 .81 .81 1.63 2.07 .87 1.40 1.84 1.07 1.08 1.01 1.40 1.84 1.01 1.26 1.70 1.01 1.26 1.69 l.OS 1.01 1.26 1.69 1.01 1.28 1.07 1.01 1.20 1.70 1.01 1.01 1.01 150. 1929 174.29 10.45 .40 185.14 95 28 05 28 9S 28 95 28 90.67 1929 76. 1929 356.76 41.55 38. 19.6 19.5 1929 21.33 1929 20.78 1929 1929 56.56 1929 79. 1929 76. 1929 79. 1929 19.75 1929 77. 1929 2. 1929 B. 31 95 28 85-28 1929 5. It. 7 B. M. IBurliiigame, It. 6, govt. It. 7 31 95 28 2. L. A. Andrew, Ucc, Co. Havings Bunk, it. 4, Bovt. It 3 31 95 28 3.25 1929 1929 1929 10.02 10.03 30.91 86.38 8S.34 43.19 10.79 42.10 4.28 .47 1.20 .47 1.60 14.72 1.25 ..64 .62 .30 .93 6.18 5.30 1.30 .33 1.26 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .13 .40 .02 .40 .04 .02 .40 .40 PLAT OF SEXTON—IRVIN'GTON TOWNSHIP .10 .40 R. H. Spencer. S 1-3 1 R. H. Spencer 2 2 II. H. Spencer, m. 1-3 4 2 R. H. Spenci-r, m. 1-3 5 2 IR. H. Spencer, S 1-3 5 2 Mary E. Miller, WVi ex R'y o. 1. 1 1929 1U29 1929 1!)29 1929 1929 PLAT OF IRVING TON STATION .43 .94 .44 .43 1.38 1.74 Mary Dale 12 5 1929 Mary Dale 13 5 1929 Mary Dale 14 5 1929 Mary Dale 15 5 1939 Raymond M. Wutson 21 5 1929 Ray Ulylhi:, that part of o. 1. 6 bounded on the N by a line liar, with, and dist. 160 ft. N of N line of 3rd st. ext. on tho 10 by a line par. and dist. W 133 ft. from K line, said lot S by N line 3rd st. ext. W by AV line dist. E tt> ft. from W line of said o. 1. 1929 ALGONA IND. IRVINGTON John Wolf, NE 1-4 NW 1-4 6 95 28 56.11 1929 John Wolfe, SE 1-4 NW 1-4 N of H'y _ 6 95 28 6.17 1929 Ella B. Hutchlns et al, sw 1-4 NE 1-4 7 95 28 40. 1929 Ella 13. Hutchlna ct al, SE 1-4 ' NW 1-4 . -- 7 95 28 39. 1929 Ella B. llutcirins'e'faT, EVi SW 1-1 _ _ __ 7 95 28 78. 1939 Ella II. fliitcifins elf af, SW 1-4 SW 1-4 . 7 95 28 39.33 J929 Ella B. Hutchlns et ill, WVi SB 1.4 _ 7 95 28 80. 1929 I^EDYARD TOWNSHIP H W. Roba, N 1 /. NE 1-4 . __27 9D 3S 7U.6 1D29 H W Roba, NIO 1-4 NW 1-4 ...-T 99 28 85. 1939 M. H. Collins, N13 1-4 30 39 2S 168. 191S) Ellen A. Sheridan, NW 1-4 112 9'J 28 150. 1929 LED YARD IND. LEDYAKD Peyton W. Recce, W'/ 2 NW 1-4.3 TO 2S S4.49 1929 J. F. Sullivan, Sid 1-1 SIS 1-4— 8 99 28 37.06 1923 J. F. Sullivan, NW 1-4 Iti 39 28 158. 192'J 6.S3 6.S3 9.08 .03 .Oti .03 .03 .09 .11 .0-1 .41 .41 .04 .6-1 .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 91.96 91.04 44.49 11.62 43.70 4.81 .89 1.C4 .S9 2.10 .86 1.40 .87 .8(1 1.S7 1.24 7.61 7.64 1.24 10.02 ~J. F.' SuTlTvaYi,' ICVa' Nl-J f-4 I 17 39 IS 7S. 1939 J. F. Sullivan, NIO 1-4 SE 1-4 __17 99 28 39. 1929 J. F. .Sullivan, WVi NE 1-4 ex. U'y _. — ... . " 99 28 70. 1939 J. F. Hullivan""N'W""l-4 IIIII 17 99 28 104.02 1939 J. F. Sullivan, SW 1-4 17 1W 2S 1411.97 1939 J. F. .Sullivan, WVi S10 1-4 17 99 38 79. 1939 J. F. Sullivan, SK 1-4 SE 1-4 ___17 93 Mi BK. 1329 LAKOTA IND. LiEDYAIRD G. A. Amelsberg and 1. E. Wortman, SE 1-4 23 99 28 156. 1929 LINCOLN TOWNSHIP Cornelius Dirks, SW 1-4 ex. R'y 3 93 IT 143.11 1923 J. A. C'lemenson, EV6 SW 1-4 ___22 99 37 J. A. C'lemenson, J. A. C'lemenson, SIO 1-4 22 SIO 1-4 23 93 37 99 37 . . _______ Wessel S. Juttln, S',i SB 1-4 ____ 2G 99 37 Mary K. Sharon and Clou Me- t'lm-In NK 93 27 . _ R H. Stroud, EVi NW 1-4 _____ 32 33 27 James W. Stroud, WVi NW 1-4.33 93 27 H. F. Chapin, SK 1-4 __________ 33 93 37 R 11 Stroud, N 2 a. NK 1-4 _ 33 39 27 ' 73. 168. 156. 77. 106. SO. 78. 158. 2. 158. 1933 1323 1933 1939 1939 1939 1933 1939 1939 1923 .44 63.86 6.66 81.60 79.47 153.93 79.S5 158.17 4tf69 18.60 217.33 110.20 195.24 «8.43 306.SO l:!5.70 70.34 131.73 372.63 398.46 153.93 77.15 145.11 1.04.07 92.47 155.49 3OT.70 04.74 161.10 38.75 37.79 103.09 1.92 163.03 .03 1.93 .18 4.69 4.77 9.C3 4.79 9.49 1.22 .50 13. (W 3.80 9.9o 4.36 18.41 S.14 4.49 8.23 1C. 35 17.79 9.18 D.13 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .-10 .40 .40 .87 G6.18 6.44 86.79 84.64 1GS.SS 85.01 1CS.06 42.81 19.5U 331.47 113.90 20n.CO 73.19 326.01 1-14.24 75.33 140.36 2S9.38 314. (C 162.56 S3. OS 4.35 .40 149.S6 , . _ !{' F Chapin, SW 1-4 ______ 33 99 27 IX5TTS CHIOKIC TOWNSHI H. W. Schmidt, WVi NW 1-4 ... 4 »> 30 70.33 1933 170.31 Henry Meyer, HK 1-4 __________ B X 30 146.91 1939 421.03 M. G. Bonnstettor, SK 1-4 _____ 12 % 30 lf.O. 1933 87.53 Pearl Lampriglit, SE 1-4 NE 1-113 9ti 30 119. 1329 21.87 Pearl l.amprighl, NE 1-4 SK 1-4_13 96 30 39. 1939 31.SS LU VKBNK TOWNSHIP S C. Chambers, SB 1-4 ______ 3 94 27 156. 1939 173.12 Mury Will SW 1-4 __ _ .14 94 37 164.79 1323 177.77 Lu Verne .State Hk, "WVi NB 1-423 91 37 79. 1923 30.73 Lu Vurne State Bk. NW 1-4 ...23 94 27 1C6. 1929 107.00 W. K. Smith, SW 1-4 __________ 35 94 37 143.02 1939 82.78 CORW1TH IND HI VBHNB Harry O. Chambers, WVi NIO 1-4 1 94 37 62.98 1939 71.19 Harry O. Chambers, KVi lO'/i NW 1-4 .. ... 1 94 37 40.71 1929 It. C). Chambers, SW 1-4 _____ 1 94 37 1W. 1939 H. O. Chambers, pcrs. & NIC 1-411 9-1 37 166. 1939 H O. Chambers, NW 1-4 ______ 11 94 37 106. 1939 Farmers' Sav. Bk Corwilh, SB 1-4 ex. R'y ________________ 11 Harry O. Chambers. NW 1-4 ex. R'y 12 94 37 155.39 1939 ...... I'ffuM" "GREEK TOWNSH 1 1 1 lOmll Wlese, NVi SW 1-4 ______ 11 % 28 79. 1939 J. A McDonald, 1 a. In NB 1-4 SW 1-4 16 96 28 1. 1939 Nannie Simjiklns, NE 1-4 ______ 10 90 28 106. 1929 jf. E. Rist, It. 2 SW 1-4 SW 1-4.17 96 26 3. 1939 H. E. Rist, It. 3 NB 1-4 NE 1-4.19 96 28 4.34 1939 H. E. Rist, It. 1 SE 1-4 NB 1-4 ex. R'y __________ ........ .19 96 28 .76 1»29 Chris J. Miller, WV4 NW 1-4 ...28 96 28 79. 1929 Chris J. Miller, EVi NB 1-4 ____ 27 96 28 79. 1929 John Stein, WV4 SW 1-4 _______ 34 96 28 77. 1929 PORTLAND TOWNSHIP D. C. Chase, NE 1-4 ......... .. 2 97 28 143.27 1929 D. C. Chase, NW 1-4 _____ ..... 2 97 28 144.40 192* 11.30 . 6.03 9.40 12.30 1.94 9.06 1.10 1.13 9.19 .13 9.19 5.10 13.03 3.02 .06 .W 10.76 10.00 6.44 10.05 2.48 ,40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 21D.73 38.30 100.29 351.00 07.08 160.00 40.3 i 39.33 102.08 3.44 162.6S 175.81 4*1.00 30.00 32.93 33.94 190.27 188.83 30.M 177.90 86.00 2.13 .40 73.73 37.30 133.S9 333.12 94 37 156. 1939 143.01 94 27 160.68 1929 138.30 139.64 75.99 .39 75.04 1.84 1.44 .26 82.34 82.34 92.61 662.26 357.61 1.12 4.03 6.06 4.33 .40 .40 .40 .40 4.16 .40 4.19 .40 4.66 .40 D. C. Chaee'. NV4 SW 1-4 ..'.'... 8 87 28 78. 1928 1037.80 D. C. Chase. NVt SB 1-4 „ 8 87 88 R. M. Bruer, NE H NB 1-4 OQ 77. 1929 823.42 .03 2.30 .10 .02 4.94 4.94 6.66 25.10 1E.63 86.13 E8.82 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 .40 38.83 138.31 229.18 147.73 142.75 144.23 S0.9S .81 77.69 2.34 1.93 87.68 87.68 98.57 677.76 378.51 1073.3? 852.H 1-4 Henry F.ivoldt IOS L. A. Andrrws. Re. RIO 1-4 ("nrl \V. I'eterporT Hk. 5S SK 37 23 I, A. Andrew. Hep. ("n Sav. Hk. W- SW 1-4 _ * 97 C. W. Pftcrsnti. SK 1-1 NW 1-4 9 37 L. F. Wat kins, NW 1-4 "is 97 10. M. Toothmnn, NW 1-1 "".11 37 158. 79. 1DC9 1929 1929 2S 40. 154. 1IR.54 1939 PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP Wnltcr II. Smith. RF, 1-4 15 97 28 166 1929 A. A. Grnhnm. F, 1 ,* SIO 1-4" ex~.""i 9.9K MM . 90.42 40. 84 82.4,1 .110.21 .no .40 fi 10 .40 2.« .40 6.42 .40 1.23 .40 2.40 .40 2.47 .40 18.61 .W NW 1-1 NW 1-4 21 sio 1-4 a-> S. 11. Vera "-Holt I>lce, r'rnln Chnrlfs Lnrxon, 10. J. ,M C. H. MurtnKh, SW 1-4 SI 10. J. & ('. H. Murtnfth, SIO 1-4 NIO t-4 .. . .. .11 10. J. n nil <'. if. MnrtiiKh. NIO f-~4 SIO '-4 _ 31 F. M. Tnolluiinn, X',V 1-4 SIO T-Ctl 10. J. nnd C. H. MurtnKh. W'4 ex. N 1 n. 1!> NW 1-4 I :a 10 J. and r. It. MnrtfiKh, N !•'. i-4 SW 1-4 . 33 W. 10 G rover, NIO 1-4 " ".14 W. 10. Grover, NIO 1-4 NW 1~-V~.14 F.iigpne MurtnKh, SW 1-4 Nlo 1-4 _ .1 EIIRPUP, MurtnKh. SW 1-4 NIO 1-4 .18 !>7 2S 78. 1929 43.21 .W. P7 3S .Tv 45 5WS.4T. 41. 37 r>7 40. 40. 40. 1.MI. 3S. 13J9 41.37 "7 Cfi tfi.67 1Nfl 41.37 liiij 36.47 2.48 .40 2.48 .40 .1.44 .40 6.14 .40 248 .40 9.33 .40 2.19 .40 i-l Wm. 10. HI rover, Wm. Hug, NIO . MtirlnKh, SW .. MtirlnKh. SW 97 2S 40. 1929 264.T, 10.93 .40 ..IT. 97 28 40. 1338 272.47 44.21 .80 192!) 1 -4 N10 35 37 SS 40. 1937 NW 1-4 ;IT. 37 3* 1f,S. 1939 1-4 3f, 97 3R i(yi isv_>9 iTll f ff "IND. PO RT L AN D Edw. Lovstad, SW 1-4 NW 1-4 John .1. Hlnl. N SO ft. of It. 2 of Peterson's mili-dlv. 6 06 27 11. 10. Snnndei-p, S Ifi.IKi ft. o? It" 2 Peterson's sub dlv. It. 1 And. Pint of it. .1 6 K 27 Anna Weaver, it 3, Wy^ NWT-1" I! 93 27 Anna Weaver, It. 5 W'4 NW 1-4" 6 9T, 37 Jacob A. llanlg, R',4 SIO 1-4 _"ll 93 27 Wary V. Studer, NIO 1-4 12 3S 27 Mary V. Studer, SK M I""l2 35 27 Jncoli A. Hanlir. S*i<, SW 1-4 _" 13 1C. 37 Jacob A. HnnlK. NM: SW 1-1 "12 3-5 27 Gcin-KP Uallinnn. NIO 1-4 NWT-4 ex. 1 a. G. P. _ 2.1 Win. 10. (Join-ley, HVj SIO 1-1 27 B. A. lOrdman, St. Henrdlrt 2 291.29 .OS .TTi 6.84 77. 158. 1929 1939 1929 1939 1939 192!) 1929 H. A. Krdnmn, St. llencdlel .2 in. A. Enlmnn. St. llrneillet 2 H. A. Krilman, St. Uemvllct 3 IJ. A. Knlman, St. Henc(11i-t II 11. A. Enlmnn, St. lieneillrt 3 CORWITH Niiunmn & Merrinm, SK 1-4 24 Rnthcnitn & Niiunuin, NK 1-4 3T. Rathernln .t Nnumnii, SIO 1-1 Bi »> 27 9Ti 37 8 8 8 8 8 S IND. 95 27 9.") 27 95 2' 38. 1323 7.1.49 133t 1329 1328 1327 1929 192.8 1937 PRAIRIH 1»S. 1939 , 158. 1929 1W. 1929 379.TT. 7.79 7.01 3.S9 3.21 182.61 306.31 375.88 73.04 126.29 .10.82 6-1.22 .32 .30 RAMSEY TOWNSHIP 29.1.2C. 2W1.55 333.26 R. N. Bruer. NW 1-4 _ 7 98 Clara C. nnil (Jlndys Thompson, S <{> NW 1-4 _ 10 98 38 79. 1939 llemlrlok Heenken, S 1-1 NB 1-4 12 !K 3.8 39.6 1929 Hendi-lck Heenken, NV4 SB 1-4'12 98 2.8 79. 1929 II. J. Boenken, SW 1-1 "12 !>8 3X 165.60 1939 Hemlrlck Beenken, NB 1-4 14 98 28 108. 1939 R. N. Bruer, NW 1-4 """ 14 98 28 14S.S3 1939 R. N. Hnier, SW 1-4 . 14 98 2.8 149.20 1929 R. N. Bruer, SV4 NB 1-1 15 98 28 79. 1929 J. 1'. Bruer, KV4 SW 1-4 16 98 28 79. 1929 J. P. Bruer, SE 1-1 15 38 28 156. 1939 Walters .t Oultle, 10 '.<• NW 1-4 21 98 38 79. 1939 A. J. Froellch, NIO 1-4 ox. 6.81 a. KosBUth county 26 38 2S 145.6 1939 Frank Lappo, SK 1-4 " . ."32 98 2.8 166. 1929 BANCROFT IND. RAMSKY R. N. Bruer, SW 1-4 7 9S 3S i:!6.23 1923 F. J. Welp, NIO 1-4 _. _ 18 98 28 168. 1939 C. X. Nlcoulin, EV4 NW 1-4 18 98 2S 79. 1929 C. X. Nlcoulin, N'/j SW 1-4 ._ 18 98 28 74.04 1939 R1VBRDALB TOWNSHIP 31.61 35.13 70.1S 248.62 161.7B 82.77 76.39 33.94 41.49 68.18 69.03 S6.13 68.15 106.45 310.06 61.73 57.91 J. M. Patterson, NW 1-4 1 94 29 169.13 1929 J. M. Patterson, SW 1-4 1 91 39 156. 1939 C. C. Adams, NW 1-4 "" """ 6 91 29 148.55 1929 C. C. Adams, SW 1-4. 6 94 29 143.92 1939 John Frldcres, WV4 SW 1-4" 10 94 29 76. 1939 Thomns Jucliem et al, SIO 1-4 30 94 39 166. 1939 M. P. Haggard, gov. It. 1 I"36 31 29 3.8 1929 SENECA CONSOLIDATED J. 10. Scully. NW 1-4 _ 4 38 30 163.86 1939 Edward Scully, SW 1-4 I 4 98 30 156. 1929 Union Bond & Mtg Co., N'4 SW 1-1 _ 13 93 30 79. 1929 Union Bond it Mtg. Co., SK 1-4 SW 1-4 13 98* 30 39. 1929 Union Bond & Mtg. Co., SW 1-4 SW 1-4 13 98 30 38. 1939 Geo. B. Ludwlg and C. G. Studer, NV4 SK 1-4 13 98 Union Bond & Mtg Co., NIO 1-4 14 98 Union Bond & Mtg. Co., SIO 1-1.14 98 Robert Simpson, SW 1-4 NW 1-414 98 Robert Simpson, SIO 1-4 15 98 A. J. Berrymnn, NB 1-4 23 08 Union Bond & Mtg. Co.," NV4 NW 1-1 ....... .24 93 30 77.5 Unoin Bond & Mtg. Co., SW 1-4 .,,,\ NW 1-4 24 Union Bond & Mlg. Co., K'A SW 1-4 24 98 J SKN10CA IND. DISTRICT NO. 7 John S. Thompson, SE 1-4 _. ..25 98 SO 168. 1929 167,41 SHERMAN TOWNSHIP A. M. Curran, NW 1-4 22 94 28 166. 1929 607.16 Caroline Curran, W% NIO 1-4 22 94 28 79. 1919 M. D. Gurnctt, NW 1-4 ex. R'y 25 94 38 153.48 1929 Christian O. Gronlmch, S'/j SK 1-4 31 91 28 77. 1929 ChrlMlan C. Gronbach, W% SW 1-1 _ ,12 91 28 77. 1929 SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Edw. A. Miller, NIO 1-4 fr. 9 100 28 101.75 1939 Edw. A. Miller, NW 1-4 fr. 9 100 28 110.35 1939 Mary M. lUlanchard, N'Xi NW 1-4 13 100 38 77. 1929 Fred K. Button, WV4 SW 1-4 __J5 100 2S 78. 1939 Sampson llarnes, NW 1-1 _ _ 16 100 38 149.33 1929 Fred K Diittun, SIO 1-4 _ 16 100 3S 166. 1939 P. W. Reecc, SIO 1-4 SW l-4""c"x". H'y _. 33 100 28 37.17 1923 P. W. Ifci'ce, NW 1-1 ex. R'y. 2li 100 38 152.10 1939 P. W. Reecc, SW 1-4 "26 100 28 145.35 1939 P. W. Ri-ecc, NW 1-4 _ 35100 28 145.25 1933 P. W. Recce. HW 1-4 35 100 38 147. 1933 r 30 150. 150. 40. 164. 156. 39. 79. 1929 1939 1939 1939 1939 1929 1929 1929 1920 LKDVARD IND. SPIUNGFIULD 114.82 102.36 146.19 113.34 29.93 147.39 1.09 218.94 136.6G 69.88 44.34 42.CC 113.26 114.18 110.37 66.63 233.53 228.89 346.GE 142.55 218.41 410.S6 104.26 44.26 41.46 47.81 61.81 100.98 6S.C1 137.52 151.40 38.88 157.33 141.18 L'ifi.06 118.16 P. C. Jei-Konsnn, SW 1-1 ex. R'y 27 100 38 P. (-'. JerKenson, N',4 .SIO 1-4 28 100 28 P. «'. JerKenson, SIO 1-4 .SIO 1-4 ex. 1 a. S. 11. 28 100 28 C. .IcrKeiiHon, SW 1-4 SIO 1-4.28 100 28 Aclilie M. and C. NiO 1-4 Addle M. and C. 1-1 A. Arpke, S!4 149.48 71.61 35.M 36.30 1339 1929 1929 1939 A. Arpku, SIO .31 100 28 79. 192D John Hancock Mutual SWEA Ufe Inc. .31 100 28 166. 1929 TOWNSHIP 384.57 117.67 66.21 68.10 83.33 146.79 149.98 118.50 99 30 99 30 SW10A CITY IND. HW10A So. Savings 99 30 77. 1933 1933 304.33 22.01 45.81 22.37 43.80 209.82 3&S.3C 18.07 .86 .40 1.38 .40 .67 .40 1.26 .40 L. A. Andrew, Rec. Hit, WVi NW 1-4 11 H. O. I vermin, WVj SW 1-4 11 99 30 Henry K. Keutzel, SVi SW 1-4 H ( H'y _ __ _ 13 93 30 Henry K. HellUel, S'.i SIO 1-4 3. of H'y _ .13 J. o. Proctor, N'.-<i NIO 1-1 23 J. f). Proctor, S'/i NW 1-4 _ IV J. O. Proctor, N'/i KW 1-4 _ . _23 J. O. I-'roctor, Nli NW 1-1 24 Henry K". Rculzcl, NIO 1-4 31 J. A. Northrup, NIO 1-4 25 J. A. Northrup, NW 1-1 _ 35 J. A. Northrup, SW 1-1 3fj Kll.sworth & Jones Inc., NIO 1-1.35 Ellsworth it Jones Inc., N W 1-4 35 Ellsworth ,t Jones Inc., SW 1-135 Ellsworth it Jones Inc., .SIO 1-1.35 UNION Sumiu-l Shubcn Jr., NIO 1-4 ex. 1 a. S. II. . _ 9 Samuel Sliiiben Jr., KIO 1-1 3 .Siimuel Sluiben Jr., NIO 1-4 NW 1-1 _ _ . _3 llert Peek, 10 I-l H',-i SSV 1-1 _ .18 ALGONA Samuel Xentner, It. 3 of N'lO 1-4 NW 1-4 36 Siimiit'l Xentner, PITH, and WMj N\S' 1-1 _36 Samuel Xentner, N'« SW 1-4 N ut river 3G Samuel Xentner, It. 3 SIO 1-4 NW 1-4 30 Hanniel Xenlner, NW 1-4 SW 1-4 W of river 3(i 77. 7.84 1339 6.68 73.37 SO. fiO. 74.16 14!U14 151.47 15o! 156. 156. 166. TOWNSHIP 1939 1933 1333 13-'3 W23 1333 1923 1339 1933 1323 1929 1929 1323 90 23 90 33 96 29 39 IND. 157. 1331 156. 193! 40. 133! 20. 192 UNION 75.40 75.40 6.68 4.81 144.94 146.94 146.31 135.35 1G2.81 332. SX 378.36 296.13 3K0.51 377.01 200.36 299.88 163.09 101.01 39.0G 30.99 .40 .40 .20 .40 <K>4» . 98.24 43.11 R6.3» 329.2* 271.11 8.13 .40 279.M 1.30 .40 44.« 1.10 .40 IH.flO .40 9.67 .40 2.48 .40 44.K . B73.W 83.87 1.20 17.65 .4(1 11.39 .40 .2-1 .40 .21 .40 .11 .40 .10 .40 8.12 .40 S.19 .40 11.38 .40 4.38 .40 7.77 .40 l.SP .40 3.86 40 .02 .40 .011 .80 .03 1.20 .02 .40 .(W! .SO .09 1.20 17.60 .40 16.40 .40 17.60 .40 44.2S 44.26 . 91.31 44. * Ifif.i* 39.0S 275. « 317.4* 375. 3« 382.W 391.C4 1.43 7.«2 440 3.71 191.13 315.9» 3S7.5S 77.S2 134.U .13.« 68.47 .74 1.16 l.flO .74 1.16 1.60 311.2« 272.36 311.36 137.73 1929 118.30 7.10 .40 125.80 1.05 .40 2.10 .40 4.21 .40 9.62 .40 8.87 .40 2.48 .40 2.26 .40 1.02 .40 1.26 .40 2.04 .40 4.14 .40 2.55 .40 2.01 .40 3.18 .40 16.81 ,40 1.86 .40 1.74 .40 fi.S!) .40 8.14 .40 8.77 .40 6.80 .40 .90 .40 8.84 .40 .07 .40 6.67 .40 4.10 .40 1.80 .40 }.33 .40 1.29 .40 0.60 .40 3.42 .40 8.31 .40 3.40 .40 14.01 .40 13.73 .40 10.40 .40 4.2S .40 6.60 .40 9.44 .40 29.00 .40 19.08 .40 9.83 .40 1.33 .40 1.34 .40 1.43 .40 1.66 .40 6.S8 .40 4.12 .40 3.83 .40 9.08 .40 2.43 .40 9.86 .40 8.01 .40 8.19 .40 6.75 .40 16.83 .40 7.00 .40 3.37 .40 3.48 .40 2.50 .40 4.40 .40 35.96 37.62 74.79 258.64 161.02 85.65 78.06 35.36 43.14 70.60 73.67 88.08 70.69 110.03 327.26 63.99 Cfl.05 122.11 108.90 156.36 . 120.54 31.22 156.63 l.DC 225,91 141.16 C2.08 46.07 44.26 120.46 117.98 114.08 60.43 247.94 243.02 < 867.38 147,23 223.31 1G7.2B 634.56 430.41 174.DO 45.98 43.10 49.64 63.76 107,26 73.13 131.75 100.88 41.51 167.48 146.15 125.31 301.86 135.13 59.98 61.98 S6.23 151.5S- .40 412.8023.10 47.59 Co.. SW 1-1 7 99 30 143.83 1929 Ij. A. Andrew, R<.-e. Co. Savings Punk, N'lO 1-4 NIO 1-4 10 95 30 38. 1939 Ij. A. Andrew, Hec. Co, Savings Bank, S'/i NIO 1-4 10 99 30 79. 1929 Ij. A. Andrew, Uei;. Co. Savings Hank, NW 1-1 .410 1-4 10 99 30 38.53 1929 ill. O. Jvnrson, KM: SIO 1-4 10 99 30 75.00 1939 K. T. and F. F. Gibbons, lOMi NW 1-4 18 99 30 77. 1929 198.3C 9.00 .40 207.76 De.s Moini-H Joint Stlt. Land Bk, SW 1-1 ex. H'y _ 17 Collins Farms Co., S% SIO 1-4 34 23.44 45.46 6.30 .40 216.52 12.64 .40 E71.30 78.06 78.06 7.28 .16 8.70 8. S3 8.82 8.15 4.Ki 17.67 16.70 17.76 17.19 10.63 17.41 18.00 .40 5.36 .40 1W.04 .40 156.16 .40 156.11! .40 144.50 .40 157.79 .40 310.85 .40 295.36 .40 314.29 .40 304.10 .40 394.03 .40 308.07 .40 318.28 9.72 .40 173.21 9.6G .40 171.10 3.34 .40 1.3<i .40 41.79 33.66 36 19-13 36 L'3 79. 96 29 90 29 WKSLIOY TOWNSHIP 5,'JS 131.23 9.28 61. DO 1323 13.16 6. 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WESLEY Frank ('inkle, NIO 1-4 NW 1-4. 35 36 27 39. 1939 3565 106 W1IITTJOMORIO TOWNSHIP Martha H. Hopkins, NIO 1-4 24 3T> 3« 156. 1939 76.76 230 40 7946 Mai-tliu H. Hopkins. NW 1-1 _ 34 95 30 156.50 1939 77.03 231 40 79'73 W1I1TT10MOHK IND WH1TT1SMORB Frank Butler, beg. 3 rd*. N and S 2-3 nls. 10 of SW cor. SW 1-4 SW 1-4 N 13 rdH. K 3% rds. S 12 iila. W 3Vi rds. to bug... 5 95 30 .26 1939 1.74 .10 .40 224 Mary Butler, bug. 2 rds. N and 3 rds. 10 of SW coi- . KW 1-4 SW 1-4, N 12 rds., 10 0 3-3 rds. S I£ rds., W 6 2-3 rds. to beg. 6 95 30 .50 1929 28.43 1.70 40 30 B Dennis Ryan, SW 1-1 S\V 1-4 ex. U'> 6 95 30 36.54 1929 41.56 Dennis Ryan, NV4 SW 1-4 6 96 30 77.66 1929 88.12 H. R. Zumach, SW 1-4 NW 1-4 N of R'y 8 95 30 10.82 1929 12.64; H. R. Zumach, SB 1-4 NW 1-4 N of R'y 8 96 SO 10.23 193» 10.16 1.25 .44) 43.M 2.64 .40 91.14 .38 .10 13.* ,<„...,.&>,.. L * L

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