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Full text of "Hollis & Binder's complete directory of Whitley County"

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S. F. Tremfeley 

COMPANY 

^..A Farmer's Institation... 

Implements, Buggies, Harness, 
Wagons, Automobiles, Wire 
Fencing, Cream Separators 
Feeds and Setds 



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HENRY OUTCELT 



urand & Outcelt 
GARAGE 

We sell the Buick with valve in Head Mo- 
tors. The Buick builders are the 
pioneers of the well known 
"Head Motor. 



We carry a 
complete line 
of parts for the 




Buick 
Automobile 



When you buy a 
Buick we guaran- 
tee service, and 
service is one of 
the first things to 
think about when 
buying an Auto- 
mobile. 



Goodyear 
Tires and 
Accessories 



Brand & Outcelt 

Both Phones South of Court House 




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Peoples Life Insurance Co: 

Frankfort, Indiana 



An Old Line Legal Reserve G)mpany 

Life Insurance is Recognized as One 
of Your Best Assets. 




YOUR BANKER BUYS IT / 
WHY NOT YOU 



You insure your buildings and your stock, 

why not your life? Your buildings may 

never burn, but you are sure to 

die. We can give you the 

best protection for the 

least money. 

C. E. HOLDERB AUM 

GENERAL AGENT 

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Heavy Farm Machinery 
McCormick, Oliver and 

J. I. Case Lines 



COLUMBIA CITY 

Builders Supply Co. 

D. A. Walter, Manager 



Retailers ol Building Materials . 

Lime, Cement. Plaster, Mortar Colors Fire 

Clay, Stucco, Roofing, Flue Lining 

All Kinds of Brick, Sewer Pipe, 

Concrete Fence Posts, 

Building Blocks, 

Burial Vaults. 

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I Whitley 0unty Directory | 

I COLUMBIA CITY. INDIANA | 

I Edition 1918 | 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

W. L. SHRINER 

Dealer in 

Staple and Fancy' GrQCerJeS . . 

Everything in Season 

128 W. Van Buren St. 

COLUMBIA CITY, IND. 

Home Phone 23 Farmers 10 

'tolftf^^ f> Buy Where You 
W^a|l i See This Trade 
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It is Your Protection and Guarantee 

of .Quality, Service and Low 

Price — It's Here 

Hats, Clothing, 
Tailoring and 
Furnishing Goods 



COLUMBIA UTY.IND. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

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Publisher's Note. 



Columbia City, Ind.. April 1, 1918. 
We present herewith the fourth edition of F. M. HoUis and 
J. F. Binder's complete directory of Whitley County. Ind., be- 
ing the edition of 1918. We present the same confidently be- 
lieving it to be a complete directory of all the interests of each 
of the towns and city, as well as each township of the county. 
While doubtless some minor errors or omissions have 
been made, we hope the public will not take too great ex- 
■- ception thereto. The publishers have exhausted every means 
in their power to free the work from error. 

The publishers desire to acknowledge the valuable aid and 
.. assistance rendered by the publishers of the various news- 
papers. County, City and P. 0. Officials. They feel especially 
grateful for the generous suppo.n received from the leading 
J business men in the various towns of the county, and desire 
^ to call the reader's attention to the advertisements of these 
firms. Various indexes will be found in the back of the book 
to assist our patrons in finding what they may wish. 

Yours Very Truly. 

MOLLIS & BINDER. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



G)lumbia City, Indiana 

COLUMBIA CITY, the capital of Whitley County, is 
a prosperous, modern city with over 4,000 population and 
it is located near the center of the county. 

The beautiful city lays on the town site that was 
made on the 16th day of October, 1S39. The lots that 
form the public square which now contains the hand- 
some stone structure, the Whitley county Court House 
that was erected in 18SS, was pjesented by Elihu Chaun- 
cey, who was then a resident of Philadelphia. 

On the first day of October, 1S40, the present city 
was organized as a village in due form of law. It was 
called Columbia and the postoffice Whitley Court House. 
It was only a few years until the gain of population caus- 
ed an extension of limits. In 1853 Columbia was organ- 
ized as an incorporated town under laws of the state of 
Indiana. As the name of the town and the postoffice were 
different and as already there was a Columbia postoffice 
in the state, and election was called to decide up6n a 
name for the new incorporated town. Columbia City an 
Beaver were the names considered, and the present name 
won out by a majority of three. The town continued its 
growth for a number of years, and on the third effort to 
recognize city government which was on the 12th day of 
September, ISSi, was carried in the affirmative after a 
spirited fight. From that date it has continued to prosper 
as a city, and has made many needed and lasting im- 
provements. 

Columbia City, while one of the smaller cities of the 
state, can truthfully boast of being one of the best lighted 
cities of the whole country, and owns its own electric 
light plant, which according to the reports of Superin- 
tendent Frank T. Schultz shows that it is more than self 
sustaining. There are lights at the street corners, and in 
the business and residence district they are strong while 
in the business part of the city are both satisfactory 
and attractive. Most of the business houses and 
residences are supplied with a current that is furnished 
at a reasonable rental. 

The city also owns and operates its own waterworks 
which furnishes an abundant supply of cold clear water 
from four wells at a depth of 280 feet through rock, 
which flows four and a half feet above the surface The 
supply is forced through about twelve miles of mains by 



DIRECT ORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

tuo modern Worthington pumps, each having a capacity 
or a million gallons per day, and the supply has always 
been sufficient tor the demand. The temperature of the 
water is fifty and one half degees Fahrenheit. It is oder- 
less, has no offensive taste, bright and sparkling and con- 
tains no suspended matter. 

There are nearly one hundred fire hydrants located 
about the city on the street ocrners, and in case of fire, an 
e.xtra pressure is applied so that the firemen have all the 
water they need to readily extinguish the blaze. 

Columbia City is a clean and well laid out :ity. even 
though it covers acres of ground. It is up-to-date in e^ery 
way, and the residents enjoy all the modern imnrove- 
ments. It has double sewerage systems, which adds ma- 
terially to the health of the population. The principal 
streets are well paved with brick, there being over five 
miles of such thoroughfares. The sidewalks are all good, 
and the many shade trees add to the beauty of the i 
during the spring, summer and fall months. 

The business buildings are rrincioally of modern 
style, many being of the late style brick. The new city 
hall on the west side of the magnificent stone court house, 
has just been completed, and is a credit to the city. It is 
not only fine in structure and convenient to the city of- 
ficials that have offices on the main floor, but accommo- 
dating to the public. There are rest rooms and toilets 
for both male and female in the basement, while on the 
upper floor there is a spacious hall for public meetings 
which is arranged to seat 1.200 people comfortably, be- 
side a stage for accommodation of the speakers. 

The Commercial Club was organized a few years ago 
by the leading business men of the city to look after the 
welfare and the eood of the public in the way of new 
enterprises and business ventures. H. B. Clugston. the 
present president, and Charles .T. Eyanson. the secretarv, 
are proving as proficient as their successors, and when 
any new proiect has their O. K. they can have hopes of 
meeting with succe-^s, but without this there will be 
nothing accomplished. 

As a manufacturing center. Columlia City has the 
Harper Buggy Works, that still have large orde-s. pnd 
they now also make tops for large automobile manufac- 
turers, thus keeping up their pay roll to a eoodly amount 
each month. The lumber business is one of the great in- 
dustries of the city, and the S. .T. Peabody Mills employ . 
a small army of men. These mills rank with the leading 
concerns of the state, and shin lumber to many states as 
well as to foreign countries. The Columbia Woolen Mills 
is an enternrise that has one hundred employees on the 
pay roll. The two large flouring mill = , the overall factorv. 
the Vance Canning Faci^orv, brick and tile mills, pickle 
plant, bottling works, creamery, ice cream and broom 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

lactrories are among the other industries. 

The First National, Farmers Loan and Trust Co., and 
the Provident Trust Co., are the banking institutions, all 
reliable and each does a regular banking business. The 
stores in general are far above what is found in much 
larger cities. The Home Telephone Co., and the Farmers 
Mutual each have a large list of patrons and both connect 
with cities at a distance. The Post and the Commercial- 
.Mail reiiresent the press, each publishing daily evening 
|)ai)ers except Sunday, also semi and wee.Uy editions. 

There are ten church edifices in the city, some beins 
of elegant and of the latest design. LMost have large rolls 
of membership. 

Prof. C. E. opai'lding is the superintendent of the 
City Schools, and Prof. J. B. Holloway is the principal, 
they being assisted by a competent corps of teachers that 
instruct the nine hundred pupils in the two buildings in 
the v>est ward and the McLallen building on the South 
.'^ide. The course is one that fits the students for the 
) ractical duties of life. A good laboratory is of great as- 
si.stance to high school students who are eligible to coll- 
ege freshman classes after graduating. The school board 
is composed of B. J. Bloom, F. J. Heller and Walpole 
Kaler. 

A public library that is maintained by individuals 
that keep their names in secrecy is located in the Raupfer 
building, corner of Van Buren and Line streets. Mrs. 
.lessie Hunter-Faust is in charge of over 14,000 volumes, 
and makes thousands of loans annually. The late maga- 
zines and daily papers are found upon the tables, and are 
read daily by many callers. 

The city officials are competent and obliging. Their 
offices are in the new hall just south of the Xew Clugston 
Hotel, and the officials are John "U'. Baker, Mayor; Ed- 
ward E. Erdmann, clerk: Reed Willits, treasurer; Coun- 
cilmen: C. E. Holderbaum, James Brown, John C. Pentz, 
.lulius B. Leininger and Charles Schinbeckler. \V. K. 
Oregg is the chief of police and street commissioner; 
Geo. O. Compton, city attorney: Frank T. Schultz, Supt. 
Electric Light and Waterworks: Henry Homey, Chief of 
Fire Department the board of health: Dr. D. S. Linvil), 
Dr. 0. V. Schuman and Arthur Corse. Harry G. Bolling- 
er, city engineer. Night policemen Charles Fisher and 
Guy Suencer. 

The fire department is competent and efficient. The 
large Seagrave motor truck that is kept in the rear of the 
new city hall, is in charge of John Edward Brown and 
Harry G. Gelvin. who are the only paid members, except 
Chief Henry E. Romey. 

Columbia City can truthfully be termed one of the 
best business cities in Northern Indiana. Anyone desir- 
iPK further information should call on or address the of- 
ficials of the Commercial Club. 

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FIRST 

[NAtlONAL] 

BANK 



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THOS. EMERY 



J. LEE EMERY 



Thos. Emery & Son 

BREEDERS OF 

Shorthorn Cattle 



STOCK FOR SALE 



Farm 6 1-2 Miles S. E. of South Whitley 
R. F. D. 2 Farmers Phone 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



W. M. Clapp a Co. 

Reliable Furniture 

and Rugs at 
Reasonable Prices 



Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet 
Sellers Kitchen Cabinet 

Scaly Mattresses 
Steam &c Foster Mattresses 
Rockford Case Goods 

Sheboygan Davenports 

Simmons Beds and Springs 
Globe Wernicke Sectional Book Cases 
Armstrong Linoleum 

Richardson Rugs 

Karpen Upholstered Furniture 

Peck &c Hills Furniture 



The Best is None too Good 

' Quality " " Service " " Price " 

W. M. CLAPP & COMPANY 

Columbia City, Indiana 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



Columbia City, Directory 



Abbott, Rev. W. F., pastor Free Methodist, res E. Hanna. 

Adams, John \V., Editor The Post, res 3.31 X. Chauncey. 

Adams, James D., City Editor The Post, res 331 N. Chauu- 
cey. 

Adams, John Q., student, res 331 X. Chauncey. 

Adams, John, tailor, res 2221/2 W. Van Buren. 

Adams. Cassius. salesman, res 368 X. Line. 

Adams, Charles, wagon maker, res 115 \V. Ellsworth. 

Adams Express Office. 105 X. Line. 

Adangs, Xicholas, laborer, res 315 E. Swihart. 

Adangs, Harry, painter, res 319 X. Walnut. 

Adangs, Charles, Pennsy Ry. clerk, res 315 E. Swihart. 

Adangs. Miss Martha, saleslady, res 315 E. Swihart. 

Aker, Charles ., farmer, res 504 E. Van Buren. 

Aker, Carl, telegraph operator, res 332 X. Elm. 

Aker. Lee. traveling salesman, res 50-t E. Van Buren. 

Aker, Fred, farm msr., res 504 E. Van Buren. 

Aker. Frank D., telegraph operator, res 216 S. Elm. 

Ale. Alfred, cabinet maker, res 34 2 X. Walnut. 

Allen. Wesley W.. carrier rural rout S. res 3 37 N. Main. 

Allen, Jacob, laborer, res terminal X. Ooak. 

jMlen, James, bank ianitor, res 119 X. Oak. 

.Allen, Jliss Hazel, telephone operator. 119 N. Oak. 

Allen. Heber, baker, now in U. S. Service. 

-Allen, Charles, laborer, res 209 E. Jefferson. 

Anderson, F. Everrett, Ry. mail clerk, res 40 2 N. Wash- 
ington. 

Anderson, Mrs. Joshua, res 511 S. JIain. 

Anderson, J. M., Ry mail clerk, res 305 E. Market. 

-Anderson, ]Mrs. John, res 111 X. Washington. 

Anderson. Arnold, laborer. Kissinger add. 

Anderson. .Mrs. Amanda, res 318 X. Main. 

Anelemever. A. H., laborer, res 625 E. Ellsworth. 

.Anglemever. 'Edward, laborer. 625 E. Ellsworth. 

Ansnaugh. Curtis C. barber X'ew Clueston, 340 X. Line. 

.Anspaueh. Claud, teacher, res 340 X. Line. 

Anthes S- ^nn, steam laundry, 207 S. Main. 

Antbes. Philip, laundryroan, res 111 W. Jackson. 

Aptbes. Merle, latindryman, res 407 E. Van Buren . 

Anthes, Arthur, bowling &tobaeco, res 368 X. Line. 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



If You Have Rheumatism 

You would give almost anything to get rid of 
it, wouldn't you? And you know it won't get well 
by simply letting it run on. Rheumatism, like 
everything else, must have a cause, and you can't 
cure it until you remove that cause. But what is 
the use of spending hundreds of dollars at springs 
and health resorts, when for 50c you can obtain a 
box of Trusler's Rheumatic Tablets from any drug- 
gist, or 6 boxes which will be sufftcient for the most 
obstinate case, for S2.50? 

Trusler's Rheumatic Tablets remove all poison- 
ous waste from the bowels and kidneys, and give 
the blood a chance to build up the entire system. 

Don't Get Old ! Use Trusler's Tablets 

For Sale By Any Druggist 



Anthes & Stephenson, soft drinks & bowling, 213 W. Van 

Buren. 
Archer. Everet, grocery clerk, res 333 N. Walnut. 
Arlin. Edward, watchman, res 315 S. Main. 
Armel, Elmer D.. laborer, res 211 Collins. 
Armel, Casper, laborer, res 301 Collins. 
Auer. Wm. A., 'Ry bill clerk, res 20.5 E. Jackson. 
Auer, A. L., laborer, res 205 E. Jackson. 
Angsbarger, David, laborer, res terminal E. Van Buren. 
Augsberger, William, laborer, res terminal E. Van Buren. 
Avey, Charles F., carriage painter, res 204 X. Main. 
Avey, Donald S., chauffuer, res 216 N. Walnut. 



Babb, Arthur, laborer, res 117 X. Oak . * 

Babb, :Mary, boarding, res 117 X. Oak. f 
Bailey, Lloyd T., attorney, res 324 X. Chauncey. 
Bailey & Compton. lawyers, 101% E. Van Buren. 

Baker, John W., Mayor, res terminal W. Van Buren. — : 

Baker. T. A., florist, res 35S N. Elm. . | 

Baker, Lemen, mechanic, now in U. S. Service. i 

Baker, Lee, traunt officer, res 20 7 X. Walnut. i 

Baker, R. D.. horseman, res 207 X. Walnut. • • ! 

Baker, Harley, farmer, res 105 N. Elm. '^-' j 

Baker, Joseph, laborer, res 200 N. Elm. - . i 

Baker, Mrs. Lura J., res 314 E. Swihart. . ' ' . 

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Baker, Robert, laborer, res 200 N. Elm. 

Baker, Mrs. Sarah, dress maker, SlSVi W. Van Buren. 

Baker, Lebam, laborer, res 35S N. Elm. 

Baker, Mrs. Anna, saleslady, res 203 N. Whitley. 

Baker, Mrs. IMoody S., seamstress, res 121% S. Main. 

Baker, Joseph, hostler, res 31 S X. Elm. 

Ball, W. A., book keeper, res 331 X. Main. 

Balzer, Chas. V., laborer, res 333 X. Main. 

Balzer, John G.. laborer, res 333 X. Jlain. 

Barnes, James, laborer, res 110 W. Van Buren. 

Barnes, Mrs. Ocie, hoarding, res lO.j S. Washington. 

Barnes, Daniel, laborer, res 110 W. Van Buren. 

Barringer, John, cabinet maker, res 209 W. Ellsworth. 

R.Trsh, Eldon B., auto mechanic, res -511 E. Ellsworth. 

Baish, Granville, chauffeur, res .511 E. Ellsworth. 

Barney. Adelbert, farmer, res 307 X. Wayne. 

Barney. Everett A., retired farmer, res 310 X. Wayne. 

Bean, Rev. J. T., Methodist nastor, res 20S W. Jackson. 

Bean, Guy, laborer, res 524 S. Chauncey. 

Becknell. J. J., laborer, res 307 E. Chicago. 

Beeson, H. A., cashier Farmers Loan, res 108 S. Line. 

Beezley, Elmer E., carriage worker, res 3.50 X. Walnut. 

Beezley. Charles, weaver, res 414 Hanna. 

Berry, Jlrs. Mary L., saleslady, res 205 W. Jackson. 



E. L, Schaefer 

CIGAR STORE 



MANUFACTURER OF 

Havana and Domestic Cigars 

Wholesaler and Retailer 

Pop Corn and Peanuts. For a Cool, Refresh- 
ing Smoke, Try an Imperial Club. 

MAIN ST. OPP. COURT HOUSE. 

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F. G. BINDER S. O. BINDER E. C. BINDER 

F. G. Binder & Sons 

MKAT MARIvKT 



Cash Paid for Hides, Tallow, Etc. 



The Meats in This Market are 
Prime and are Handled in Accor- 
dance With the Pure Food Law 



Both Phones Columbia City, Ind. 

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Beruart, Carl, section foreman, res 210 S. Wayne. 

Belts, William, road contractor, res 4 OS S. ilain. 

Betts, John, salesman, res 40S S. '.Main. 

Betts, Miss Mae, saleslady, res 40S S. Main. 

Betts, Mrs. J., res 40S S. iMain. 

Betzner, ilrs. Harriet, res 402 X. Chauncey. 

Biggs, Sanford, tree agent, res 408 S. Walnut. 

Billman, Charles, carpenter, res 204 Collins. 

Billman. Clyde, mechanic, res 20 4 Collins. 

Bills. H. H., driver cream route, res 301 E. Ellsworth. 

Bills, .Mrs. A. J., seamstress, res 401 E. Jefferson. 

Binder, F. G. & Sons, meat market, 221 W. Van Buren. 

Binder, Fred G., meat dealer, res 504 W. Van Buren. 

Binder, S. Otto, meat cutter, res 504 W. Van Buren. 

Binder, Edward €.. butcher, res 509 W. A'an Buren. 

Binder, J. Fred, job printer 122 M; and res 504 W. Van 
Buren. 

Binder, Walter T., mgr. Provident Trust Co., res 310 
N. Main. 

Binder. Homer, electrical engineer, in U. S. Service. 

Binkley, Clarence, ry watchman, res 50 4 Collins. : 

Blaine, Thomas W., retired, res Squawbuck road. ' ■ . 

Blake, Wm. S., carrier R. R. 1, res fi05 W. Market. 

Blew, Albert, laborer, res E. Ellsworth. 

Bloom, B. J., attorney. Central block, res .33 7 N. Chaun- 
cey. 

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Blew, Elarl, laborer, res 315 E. Jefferson. 

Bodley. James, sheriff \A'Tiitley Co., res 114 E. Market. 

Boclle.v. Levi, shoemaker, res 114 E. ^Market. 

Bodley. David, retired, res nri4 X. Walnut. 

Bodley. iMiss Winifred, laundry ironer. res ;^0 4 N. Walnut. 

Boichet, Chris, laborer, res -313 Collins. 

Bollinger, Harry G., surveyor, res 20.3 X. Line. 

Bollinger, Eli S.. brick mason, res 517 W. Van Biiren. 

Bolyard. J. C, srover, 109 E. Van Buren; res 2 1 6 X. 

\Miitley. 
Bordner, Albert, laborer, res 347 X. Chauncey. 
Borne. Sylvester, carpenter, res 21 S JIcDonald Ave. 
Bowers. Jacob il., retired, res opposite Shinneman's 

Grove. 
Bowers, Claud, laborer, res 31 S X. Line. 
Bowers. Miss Samantha, nurse, rps 207 W. Ellsworth. 
Bowerman. Mrs. Perry, res 20 2 S. Elm. 
Bowll'y. J. A., laborer, res 312 E. Van '^uren. 
Bowsher. Hiram, laborer, res 425 S. Whitley. 
Bowsher. Mrs. Thomas, res 4 25 S. Wh'tley. 
Boyd. George, horseman, res 203 S. Washington. 
Poyd, James, laborer, res 336 X Walnut. 
Bovd. :Mrs. G.. laundress, res 33S X. Wnlnut. 
Brarldock. Fliiah. retired farmer, res 530 N. Main. 
Braddock. Wm. A., carpenter, res 403 N. Main. 
Braddock. Miss May. saleslady, res 409 X. Main. 
Brahm. John A., horse insurance, res 111 W. Ellsworth. 






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Come round and see 
the round balls roll 
round and have a 
round of pleasure. 



Rhoads Brothers 
POOL ROOM 

North of Court House 

Cigars, Tobaccos, Candies 
and Soft Drinks 



Brahm, Frank, musician, res 310 E. Van Buren. 
Brahm, Walter, musician, res 310 E. Van Buren. 
Brand, John \V., postmaster, res 104 S. Whitley. 
Brand & Outcelt, garage, cor Market and Chauncey. 
Brand, William Y., auto salesman, 216 E. Van Buren. 
Brand, Mrs. George F., res 110 W. Jefferson. 
Brand, Charles, painter, res 316 N Walnut. 
Rray. Wm. J., laborer, res SI 6 E. Van Buren. 
Brenneman, B. F., retired, res 33S N. Chauncey. 
Brenneman, Dr. J. F., dentist, 2071/2 W Van Buren; res 

336 Chauncey. 
Bridge, Emmet, Ry mail clerk, res 20S E. Hanna. 
Bridge, Castle, bank bookkee'^er, res 214 S. Elm. 
Briggs & Foust, implement dealers, 1 1 4 N. Main. 
Prigffs, Charles A., implement dealer, res 20 6 N. Main. 
Priggs, Elmer, farmer, res 901 E. Van Buren. 
Briggs, Edw. S., salesman, res 414 E. Van Buren. 
Brieres, Samuel S., retired farmer, res N. Oak. 
Brindle, Harvey, section foreman, res 106 E. Ellsworth 
Brown. Harvey, dravman, res 40S E. Jefferson. 
Brown, David, laborer, res 402 X. Washington. 
Rrown, Wm., ditcher, res 402 X. Washington. 
Brown. Mrs. Isaac, res 366 X. Line. 
Prown, Arthur, laborer, res Brownwood Ave. 
Brown &- Weaver, produce merchants, 20S E. Van Buren. 
Brown, James A., produce, res 202 E. Collins. 



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Brown, Frank, laborer, res 40S E. Jefferson. 
Brown, Edward, city fireman, res 609 E. Ellsworth. 
Brumbaugh, John H., laborer, res lOS North. 
Brumbaugh. Rosco, bank clerk, res 319 N. Main. 
Brundage, Isaac, laborer, res 322 N. Line. 
Buchtel, Solomon, laborer, res 618 E. Ellsworth. 
Bump, (Elmer, bank clerk, now in U. S. Service. 
Burget, Lewis S., farmer, res 315 N, Walnut. 
Burkholder. Henry, laborer, res 507 W. Spencer. 
Burkholder. Firmer, painter, res 507 W. Spencer. 
Burkholder. Miss Nellie, saleslady, res .'07 W. Spencer. 
Burns. Rufus, laborer, res 341 X. Main. 
Burnworth, Job C. real estate, res 305 S. Chauncev. 
Burn worth, Wm. H., onion raiser, res 31 S N. Elm. 
Burris. H. E.. laborer, now in T'. S. Service. 
Burt. Marion. laTiorer, res 215 E. Chicago. 
Burwell. Samuel, laborer, res 113 K. E'lswprt>i. 
Busch. Arthur A., laborer, res 215 E. Van Ruren 
Bush. Albert, capitalist, res 308 E. Vnn "uren. 
Bush. Rosco, college instructor, res SOS E. Van Buren. 



Campbell. Nelson V.. cabinet maker, res 34 7 X. Oak. 
Carter. W. H.. druggist. 304 W. Van Buren: res 207 Line. 
Carter & Johnson, real estate. 130 1/2 W. Van Buren. 
Carter, Norman, real estate, res 606 W. Market, 
Carter, Edward V., hotel cleric, res New Clugston. 



Morgan's Cafe 

Short Orders a Specialty 



North Side of Court House 
Home Phone No. 540 

Frank P. Morgan 

Proprietor 



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Real Estate Agency 



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Carver, Jos. .M., retired, res 511 X. Ellsworth. 

Carver, Raymond, city mail carrier, res 116 CoUinwood. 

Carver, Mrs. Ella, res 116 CoUinwood. 

Carver, Lee, railroad clerk, res 204 E. Ellsworth. 

Case, -Miss Thora, weaver, res 205 E. Chicago. 

Case, Fred, brick mason, res 315 E. Jefferson. 

Cearbaugh, John Henry, laborer, res 507 E. Van Buren. 

Cearbaugh, J. A., laborer, res 607 E. Van Buren. 

Chaminon, Mrs. Fannie, res 312 S. Main. 

Chapman Bros. & Fruit, news dealers, 101 S. 'Main. 

Chapman, L. L., ditch contractor, res 119 N. Elm. 

Chapman, E. C, laborer, res 30S X. Walnut. 

Chard. Susan M., res 306 E. Jackson. 

€hristman, Edward, laborer, res Mullberry. 

Clapham, L. D. & Co.. jewelers, 103 S. Main. 

Clapham, John T.. manager, res 201 E. Market. 

Clapham, Burnside, real estate, res 201 E. Market. 

Clapham, RussoU, news reporter, res 201 E. Market. 

Clapham, Mrs. William, res 20] E. Market. 

Clapham, Mrs. I>. D., res cor. Ellsworth-Chauncey. 

Clapp, W. M. & Co.. furniture dealers, 217 W. Van Buren. 

Clapp. Wm. JI., furniture, res 106 E. Jelterson. 

Clark &■ Clark, veterinary Sureeons. 110 W. Jackson. 

Clark, J. W., veterinary, res 110 W. Jac'kson. 

Clark, Geo. Leroy, veterinary, res HOW. Jackson. 

Clark, Charles, retired, res 110 W Jackson. 

Clark, Orin, city mail carrier, res 361 N. Line. 

Clark, Mrs. Jos., res 209 W. Ellsworth. 

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Clawson. Claud, school janitor, res 305 E. Chicago. 
Clawson, Charles, laborer, res 305 E Chicago. 
Claxton, Richard, retired, res 203 Collinwood. 
Clugston Bros. & Co., dry goods, clothing, 201 &203 W. 

Van Buren. 
Clugston, David B., sr., capitalist, res 314 X. Chauncey. 
Clugston, A. R., retired, 326 N. Line. 
Clugston, \V. A., banker, res 334 X. Chauncey. 
Clugston, H. B., merchant, res. 323 X. Chauncey. 
Clugston, D. B., jr., salesman, res 319 X. Chauncey. 
Clugston, Herbert, student, res 319 X. Chauncey. 
Colchin, James, barber, res 301 E. Market. 
Colchin, Miss Clara, saleslady, res 301 E. Market. 
Colchin. Miss Ruth, book keeper, res 301 E. Market. 
Collar, O. M., laborer, res 512 W. Spencer. 
Collins, William, retired, res terminal N. Whitley. 
Collins, Miss Jennie, res terminal N. Whitley. 
Columbia Candy Shop. 107 S. CMain. 
Columbia City Bottling Works, 109 E. Chicago. 
Columbia Woolen Mills Co.. along Panhandle tracks. 
Commercial-Mail Printing Office, 105 E. Van Buren. 
Compton, Joseph W., retired, res 350 N'. Line. 
Compton. George O., attorney, res 350 N. Line. 



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H. E. ROMEY 

DEALER IN 

General Hardware 



Florence Heaters, The Range Eternal, 

Paints, Incubators and Brooders. 

Columbia City, Indiana 



Comstock, L. S., Mgr. Morris Co.. res 304 N. Washington. 

t'onkling, John, laborer, res N. Oak. 

Conkling, Fred, teacher, res N. Oak. 

Consadine, James A., laborer, res 305 Collins. 

Cool, Edw. D., sr., laborer, res 110 Peabody Ave. 

Cool Edw. Jr., lumberman, res 309 E. Ellsworth. 

Cool, Marion, laborer, res E. Van Buren. 

Coolman. W. H., farmer, res 303 E. Market. 

Cooper, Frank, laborer, res 309 S. Walnut. 

Cooperrider, Carl, laborer, res 508 S. Line. 

Cordill, J. H.. laborer, res 346 N. Elm. 

Cordill, Alex, laborer, now in U. S. Service. 

Corse, Arthur, broom maker, res 211 Hanna: 

Cotterly, Ernest, implements, res 358 N. Line. 

Coyle, Rollie, auto mechanic, now in U. S. Service. 

Coyle. Gustave, electric treatment. 226% W. Van Buren. 

Coyle, Mrs. Charles, res 356 N. Walnut. 

Coyle. Miss Margaret, teacher, res 226% W. Van Buren. 

Cramer, James, laborer, res 375 N. Elm. 

Cramer, Claud, laborer, res 401 N. Chauncey. 

Cramer, John, laborer, res N. Walnut. 

Crawford, Homer R., real estate, res 310 S. Line. 

Crawford, William, laborer, res 310 S. Line. 

Crowell Grain Co.. office and seed room, 108 W. Van 

Buren. 
Cullen, A. I,, Agt. Pennsy Ry., res 316 S. Chauncey. • 
Cullers, Theodore, laborer, res S. Walnut. 
Cullers, Damon, laborer, res terminal S. Line. - 

Cullers, Adam, laborer, res terminal S. Line. 
Cusicik, Anna Z., res 302 S. Chauncey 



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Daniel Bros., meat market, stock buyers, 119 S. Main. 

Daniel, Harry, meat cotter, res 301 E. Van Buren. 

IJaniel, Edward, stock buyer, res 301 E. Van Buren. 

Daniel, Lee, stock buyer, res 302 E. Van Buren. 

Daniel, Mrs. Leopold, res 301 E. Van Buren. 

Daniel, Albert, book keeper, ree 303 W. Jackson. 

Daniel, Maurice, stock buyer, res 303 W. Jackson. 

Daniel, Lewis, stock buyer, res 303 W. Jackson. 

Daniel, Mrs. Daniel, res 303 W. Jackson. 

Dare, Lee, harness store, 101 N. Main; res 507 E. Van 
Buren. 

Dare, Charles, dept. Co. Treasurer, res 50 7 E. Van Buren. 

Dare, Mrs. Grace, teacher, res 507 E. Van Buren. 

Darr, Glen \V., laborer, res 320 W. Walnut. 

Davis, Mary J., res 20 6 S. Line. 

Deardorf, Silas, blacksmith, res 203 S. Walnut. 

Decker, Martin, scavenger, res west city limits. 

Deeter, Deforest, count treasurer, res 205 X. Line. 

DeMoney, Jesse, undertaker, 217 W. Van Buren; res 302 
N. Washington. 

DeVelde, John, retired farmer, res 203 S. Walnut. 

DeVelde, Mrs. John, res 21SV2 W. Van Buren. 

DeVVitt, .Mrs. Josephine, boarding house, Line and Mar- 
ket. 

DU.', Walter, laborer, res 316 Swihart. 

Dich, Thomas, plasterer, res 3 45 X. Line. 



Books,Kodaks 



AND 



Supplies 



"^^S Also Stationery and 
...the Finest of Candies... 

Chapman Bros. &. Fruit 

101s. Plain St. Columbia City, Ind. 

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FARMERS! 

n MONEY n 

Save ,i's„^„ Save 



LABOR 
3 BY 



Patronizing 

Schlosser Brothers' 

Cream Routes 



Dickerson, Lee «., mail carrier, res 207 X. Wasiiington. 
Diffendarfer & Ramp, produce dealers and ice S. Chaun- 

cey. 
Diffendarfer, O. H., produce dealer, res 404 S. Main. 
Diffendarfer, Earl, ice manager, res 4 02 S. Main. 
Diffendarfer, Vern, auto machinist, res 612 W. Van B.iren' 
Dillon, Henry, laborer, res 312 E. Chicago. 
Dilts. Wm. C, forrester, res 369 X. Elm. ■ ■ 

Ditton, Frank, laborer, res 407 E. Jackson. 
Dltton, Daniel, laborer, res 209 Collins. 
Ditton, Floyd, laborer, res 209 Collins. 
Dohner, Allen, miller, res 206 S. Walnut. 
Doriot, Charles, salesman, res 116 S. Chauncey. 
Doriot, Mrs. Hanna Alice, res 404 W. Market. 
Doriot, Ranson, carrier mail route, res 314 W. Market. 
Dowell, Lewis, mail carrier, res E City limits. 
Dowell, Warren, clerk, res 219 N. Oak. 
Dowell, Ellis E., frt. clerk, now in U. S. Service. 
Dowell. Millard E., drug clerk, res 219 N. Oak. 
Dowell, Harland O., lineman, res 219 N. Oak. 
Druley, William, laborer, res 311 E. Chicago. 



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Eber, Earl, laborer, res 22S% W. Van Buren. 
Eber, Dalph, laborer, res 228% W. Van Buren. 
Eberhard, Adrain, bank book keeper, res 112 S. Madison. 



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Eberhard, Homer, druggist, res 111 E. Jefferson. 
Eberhard, .Miss Delia, res 345 X. Chauncey. 
Ebersole, John J., ry watchman, res 306 E. Hanna. 
Ed?ar, Edw., carriage workman, res 406 E. Jefferson. 
Effert, Mike, painter, res 411 E. Jefferson. . 
Egner, John \V., court house janitor, res 107 W. Market. 
Egner, John D.. telephone lineman, res 211 W. Market. 
Egner, Clyde, laborer, res 201 N. Walnut. 
Egolf, Marion. Vance plant, res ?0S X. Walnut. 
Egolf. Jerry, retired, res 333 X. Main. 
T^eolf. Israel, retired, res 410 X. Washington. 
E?olf. Joseph, court bailiff, res near V-'n'-lalia Peiiot. 
Eeolf. Arthur, laborer, res near Vandalia Depot. 
Egolf. .Adam, retired, res terminal X. '\'ain. 
Eisaman, Walter, post office clerk, res 20 6 N. Elm. 
Fisaman, Clyde, barber shop, 110 "O'. Van Buren. 
Eisaman. Mrs. Xicholas, res 3.tS X. Line. 
Pissele. Frank, plumber, res 10SV2 E. Mnrket. 
Elder, Abraham, .iustice of peace, res 309 X. Walnut. 
Elder, 'Miss Esther, telephone operator, res 30P X. Wal- 
nut. 
Ellis, Arthur, bus line, res 319 X. Line. 
Ellis, Edward, laborer, res 301 E. Chicago. 
Ellis. John, laborer, res 301 E. Chicago. 



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I Sell the choicest home- 1 

dressed meats. | 

I An order will convince | 

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= Ed. and Lee Daniel buy and sell all | 
= kinds oJ live stock. | 

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= Columbia City, Indiana | 

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Quality 

IN PRINTING 



is Worth 



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What opinion do 
,0 ., ,. 1= you form of an in- 

{ffnSlderatlOn Individual or firm 
when you get a 
glance at their 
stationery ? There 
comes to your 
mind a picture of 
their business, 
character and taste 
It is either refined 
or crude. Then 
think of your own 

Letter-heads AiSfeT letters going 

Bill-heads Vl p^op'^ you win 

Statements 

Envelopes 

Booklets 

Bills 

Programs 

Etc. 

J. F. BINDER, JOB PRINTER 





Central Block 



Columbia City, Ind. 



Elliot, Fred, laborer, res E. Collins. 
Emerick, John W., baker, res 309 W. ':\Iarket. 
Engle. Linvill V., laborer, res 202% W. Van Buren. 
Entrekin. Will, am, fish dealer, res 603 W Van Buren. 
Erdmann, Edw. E., city clerk, res 203 X. WTiitley., 
Erdmann, August E., insurance agt., res 201 W. Whitley. 
Rrdmann. Mrs. August, Sr., res 341 N. Chauncey. 
Erdmann, Miss Louis, cashier, res 341 N. Chauncey. 
Erne, Conrad, hay buyer, res 602 W. Market. 

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Erne, Elery, laborer, res 108 CoUinwood Ave. 
Erne, Jacob, latiorer, res 219 X. Oak. 
Erne, Ray, mechanic, res 602 \V. Market. 
Erne, Wilbert, laborer, res 219 \. Oak. 
Erne, Walter, laborer, now in U. S. Service. 
Erne, Eleret. laborer, now in U. S. Service. 
Erne, Orastus, laborer, now in U. S. Service. 
Essig, Charles, lineman, res 114 E. Van Buren. 
Evard. David M., carpenter, res 361 N. Elm. 
E.vanson Son's, clothiers and furnishers, 219 W. 

Buren. 
E.vanson. Charles J., clothier, res 318 N. Channcey. 
Eyanson, Stephen, m?r tile mill, res 206 S. Line. 
Eyanson, Lewis, clothier, res 416 W, Van Buren. 
Eyanson. Mrs. C. J., sr.. res 416 W. Van Buren. 



Fa?an. James, mill assistant, res 216 X. Line. 
Fagan. Robert, student, res 216 X''. Line. 
Farmers Loin & Trust Co., bankers. 21S-20 W. Van 
Buren. 



The Home of San-Tox 

The Public Service Line 

of 100 Home Remedies 

and Fine Toilet 

Preparations 

Scientifically prepared of 

pure and full strength drugs 

Your money back if not 

satisfied 

Look for the sign of the 

nurse 



CARTER, THE DRUGGIST 

Columbia City, Ind. 




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Motor Equipment 
Prompt Ambulance Service 



Jesse Allen DeMoney 



Agent for the 
Famous Schumann Pianos 



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FARMERS— 65 4 



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M. F. MAGLEY 0. D. HUGHES 

Nagley & Hughes 



MACHINE SHOP 



We do all kinds of Acetylene Welding on cast 
irons and other metals so that the job is as good as 
new. We do general machine work and sell Buck- 
eye Engines. 

221 South Main St. 

Columbia City, Ind. 



Farmers Mill and Elevator Co., 410 S. Line. 

Farren & Langohr, tailors, 12o S. Main. 

Farren, Phillip, merchant ailor, res 307 'X. Madison. 

Farren, Joe, musician, res 307 N. Madison. 

Feaster, \Vm., grocer, 216 W. Van Buren; res 309 \. 
Line. 

Feaster, Clifford, clerk, res 3 09 X. Line. 

Feist & Colchin, barbers, ]04 W. Van Buren. 

Feist, John, barber, res 210 N. Washington. 

Feist, Miss Lillian, dept. Co. Auditor, res 210 N. Wash- 
ington. 

Feist. Jliss Laura, saleslady, res 210 N. Washington. 

Feit, John, plumber, res 60S E. Ellsworth. 

Feit. Roy. mechanic, res 60S E. Ellsworth. 

Fenker. Ernest, laborer, res E. Chicago. 

Ferry, Ralph, bank book keeper, res 40 6 W. Ellsworth. 

Findlay, A. M., laborer, res 40 7 E. Chicago. 

First National Bank, 120 W. Van Buren. 

Fisher, Charles, night policeman, res 309 N. Chauncev. 

Fisher, Lewis, farmer, res 327 N. Elm. 

Fisher, Adam, retired, res 118 E. Jackson. 

Fisher, Wm., pres Woolen Mills, res 412 E. Van Buren. 

Fisher, Geo., foreman Woolen Mills, res 113 E. Ellsworth. 

Fisher, Asher. laborer, res 116 X. Madison 

Fleck, Alvin R., County Supt.. res 325 N. Main. 

Fletcher. Caleb, laborer, res E. Swihart. 

Flox, Jacob O., merchant, lllSo. Main; res W. Van 
Buren. 

Fogle, Charles, laborer, res 345 X. Line. 



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Forrest, Chas. A., laborer, res 409 E. Jackson. 

foster, -Millard, carrier rural route 13, res 211 S. Walnut. 

Foster, Asa, drayman, res lOS N. Oak. 

Foster, Carl, laborer, res 512 E. Jackson. 

Foust, Cleon H., implements, res terminal E. Jefferson. 

Poust! Mrs. Jesse Hunter, libarian, res 215 N. Line. 

France, Jacob A., laborer, res 50S S. Chauncey. 

France, Earl, telegraph operator, res 50S S. Chauncey. 

France, Ray., laborer, res 210 E. Hanna. 

France, G. F., laborer, res 327 E. Hanna. 

Frazier, Henry, laborer, res terminal X. Elm. 

Frederick, Mrs. Michael, res 401 E. Jackson, 

Freiduniger, .Mrs. .Malissa, res 111 E. Jackson. 

Fries, Henry E., laborer, res 113 X. Oak. 

Fries, Leo J., laborer, res 113 N. Oak. 

Frohmuth & Son. shoe dealers, 223 \V Van Buren. 

Frohmuth, Gustave H., shoe dealer, res 30S W. Market. 

Frohmuth, Ervin A., shoe dealer, res 316 N. Walnut. 

Fruit. Homer 0., operator news stand, res 121 N. Elm. 

Fuller, Harry, Panhandle watchman, res 109 S. Madison. 

FuUerton, John, teamster, res E. Swihart. 

Fullerton, Thomas, lab-^rer. res 204 E. Swiha. t. 

Fullerton, Mrs. LucinCt. res 204 Collins. 

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Galvin, James, stock buyer and seller, res 2 13 McDonald. 

Galvin, Dennis, speculator, res 204 W. Market. 

Galvin. J. P. ditch contractor, res 213 McDonald Ave. 

Galvin, John, book keeper, 204 W. Market. 

Galthorp, Floyd, laborer, res off McDonald Ave. 

Garber. Jacob, retired, res 314 E. Market. 

Garber, Samuel, electrician, res 207 E. Jefferson. 

Gardner. W. N.. oil wagon, res 410 X. Chauncey. 

Gardner, Simon F., teamster, res 505 E. Ellsworth. 

Garling, O. A., book keeper Woolen Mill, res 312 N. Wal- 
nut. 

Garrison, Zack, laborer, res 107 E. Ellsworth. 

Garrison, James, la'borer, res 227 X. Main. 

Garrison, Amos, laborer, 401 E. Chicago. 

Garrison. Fred, laborer, res 115 E. Ellsworth. 

Garty, Mrs. Edward, boarding house. 402 S. Main. 

Gates & Whiteleather, attorneys, office 218% W. Van 
Buren. 

Gates, Benton E.. banker and lawyer, res 323 X. Line. 

Gates, flalph, paymaster in U. S. Army, res 323 X: Line. 

Gates, John, abstractor, 218% W. Van Buren, res 302 S. 
Line. 

Gawthorp, Floyd, laborer, res terminal X. Oak. 

Gaylord, Leroy, laborer, res 207 Collins. 

Geiger, David, timber buyer, res 431 S. Whitley. 

Geiger, Bert C, timber buyer, res 505 W. Ellsworth. 

Geiger, Wm. A., horseman, res 301 E. El!°a-"'h. 

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Geisler, G. Adam, engineer, res 307 E. iMarket. 

Geisler, Fred, carriage builder, res E. Market. 

Gelvin, Harry G., city fireman, res 30S N. Wayne. 

Gibson, Alfred, laborer, res 355 X. Chauncey. 

Cinder, John E., hardware dealer, res 216 E. Jackson. 

Ginger, William, laborer, res 316 E. Jackson. 

Toble, Chas. W.. insurance, res 210 W. Ellsworth. 

Goodrich Esta, salesman, res 315 E. Van Buren. 

Goss. Al, auctioneer and stockman, res 368 N. Line. 

Goss, Ralph, auctioneer, res N terminal Line. 

Grable, Earl, bank book keeper, res 327 X. Walnut. 

Grant. Dr. E. L., dentist 227 1^ W. Van Buren, res N. 

Elm. 
Grant, Mrs. Judson, res X. Oak. 

Grant, R. J., ry office clerk, res 306 N. Washington. 
Grant, Melvin, barber, res 303 E. Market. 
Grant, Ezra, shoe salesman, res 367 X. Elm. 
Grant, Mrs Ida, res 303 E. Market. 
Graves, Barney, tinner, res 214 S. Chauncey. 
Graves, Edw. L., supt. woolen mills, res 415 E. Jackson. 
Graves, Chauncey, laborer, res E. Van Buren. 
Gray, Perry A., teamster, res 212 N. Oak. 
Green, A. D., contractor and builder, res 110 W. Jeffer- 
son. 
Gregg, Wm. K., chief of police, res. 401 X. Main. 
Gregg. Clinton A., me:hanic, res 402 X. Chauncey. 
Gregg, Randall, printer, res 401 X. Main. 
Grisier, Dr. F. G., physician, office and res 126 N. Main. 
Grisier, Forrest W., bookkeeper, res 12 6 N. Main. 
Grisier, Dr. Otto, physician, now in U. S. Service. 
Growcock, J. F., fireman city plant, res 404 S. Walnut. 
Growcoek, O. E., fireman, res 30S X. Washington. 
Gruesbeck, Mrs. Frank, res S07 E. Van Buren. 
Gruesbeck, Peter V., gardner, res 20S S. Walnut. 
Grund, David A., supt Schlosser Bros, produce, 20 5 S. 

Main: res 321 X. Line. 
Grund, Russell, traveling Ry. Agt., res 321 X. Line. 
Grund, Miss Hilda, bookkeeper, res 321 X. Line. 

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Haas, Samuel, laborer, res Coesse road. 
Haines, Peter, laborer, res 406 W. Van Buren. 



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Hall, Chester A., druggist and with Richa-d's Medical 
CO., res 304 E. Jefferson. 

Hallauer, Arnold, grocer, res 312 N. Washington. 

Halterman, Mrs. Elizabeth, res 207 S. Line. 

Hancock, Arthur E., Mgr. Ford Agency, reg 309 N. Wash- 
ington. 

Hanes, George L., horseman, res 310 N. Chauncey. 

Hanes, Robert, horseman, res 310 N. Chauncey. 

Hapner, Jerry, supt. sealing wax, res 202 Collins. 

Hapner, Earl. Laborer, res 202 Collins. 

Harley, Alonzo D., stone mason, res 21.5 E. Van Buren. 

Harper Buggy Co., mfg carriages and auto tops, office 
lOS W. Ellsworth. 

Harper, George, blacksmith, res 333 W. Walnut. 

Harrington, iMiss lEUa, tailoress, 407 E. Ellsworth. 

Harris, Charles 'R., labor, res E. Hanna. 

Harrison, Jos. R., attorney, real estate and pensions; of- 
fice 101 V2 E Van Buren; res 201 N. Line. 

Harrison, Ray, now in U. S. Army, res 201 X. Line. 

Harrison, Miss Hazel, teacher, res 201 N. Line. 

Harrison, Geo. F., with Clugston Bros. Co., res 30S S. 
Walnut. 

Harrison, C. R., ry mail clerk, res. 217, Collinwood Ave. 

Harrold, W. F., Mgr. Western Union, res 516 S. Main. 

Harshbarger, Logan, laborer, res E Van Buren. 

Harter, Mrs. Lizzie, restaurant, 110 W. Van Buren. 

l^'artford Service Co., garage and salesroom, 109 \. Main. 

Harter, Paul, West Point Military School. 

Harter, Mrs. Lewis, res 332 X. Chauncey. 

Hartman. Frank, auto machinist, res E. Hanna. 

Hartman, Leroy, laborer, res E. Chicago. 

Hartsock, Harry S., pool room, 214 W. Van 'Buren. 

Hawn. J. G., piano salesman, res S.il X. Walnut. 

Hawkins, W. M., ry watchman, res E. Chicago. 

Hawn, George, laborer, res 40S X. Washington'. 

Hawn, Roy, laborer, res 612 E. Ellsworth. 

Haynes & Lemmon, Vulcanizers, 124 E. Van Buren. 

Haynes. J. M., auto repairist, res 307 N. Walnut. 

Heaoock, Alfred, salesman, res 205 E. Van Buren 

Heacock, Chas. J,, book keeper, res 205 E. Van Buren 

Hedesard Mrs. Mamie, saleslady, res 114 N. Walnut 

Hein ey, Charles, grocery clerk, res 305 W. Ellsworth" 

u"]'^^-'^ ^.'''''- ^- l^iborer, res 604 W. Market. 

He frich John, shoemaker, res 207 E. Ellsworth 

Heller, Frank J., attorney, 103 Va E. Van Buren;' res 30S 
b. Line. 

Heller. Charles, laborer, res 215 E. Van Buren 

Henhne, Mrs. Jeff, res 51.5 W. Van Buren 

H«?ni"''/-^^'- ^'™*^'^^' --^^ ^■•1 N. Walnut'. 
Ha nes Lilhe, rooming house, 406 W. Van Buren 
h! f-V ? ^fargaret, teacher, res 204 S. Elm 
Hall, Frank, bookkeeper, res 346 N. Walnut 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 
C. G. WHITNEY DR. B. F. STICKLER 

Whitney & Stickler 



UNDERTAKERS 



OUR MOTTO : 
SERVICE E 



Reliable Pianos and 

Piano Players, and the 
Edison Phonographs 



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Home Phones: 467 159 459 
Farmers Phones: 47 182 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBI A C ITY 

S. N. MARMLEY J. F. UHLEMANN 

^ Quality Shop 

Headquarters for Men's and Boys' Wear 
Shoes for Men and Boys 



You will find by a visit to our store a very 
complete line of men's and boys' wear at the right 
prices. 



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Henline, Welty, laborer, res 331 X. Walnut. 

Herrendeen, Rev. H. G., pastor Church of God, res 206 
E. Jackson. 

Herrold Levi, carpenter, res 379 N. Elm 

I ertsell, Clancy, laborer, S. Ohio. 

!iill;ert, Alfred, plumber. 107 X. Line; res 407 W. Van 
Buren. 

Hildebrand. Thos. L., 1st Xat. bank, res 212 E. Market. 

Hildebrand, Edgar, druggist, res 212 E. Market. 

Hildebrand. Mrs. Anna, res 212 E. Market. 

I-'ildebrand, Vv'. H.. wagon maker, res 111 .Tolly. 

Hildebrand, Lewis, carpenter, res lOS X. Oak. 

Hildebrand, Zack, butcher, res near R. R. track on E. 
Ellsworth. 

Hildebrand, Carl, laborer, res 314 S. Line. 

Hildebrand, Charles, laborer, now in U. S. Service. 

Hildebrand, Harry, blacksmith, res 209 W. Ellsworth. 

Hildebrand & Mullendore. blacksmiths. 213 S. Main. 

Hildegard, Mrs. Mamie, saleslady, res 114 W. Walnut. 

Hindman, William, laborer, res 402 E. Ellsworth. 

Hindman, Claud, laborer, res 402 E. Ellsworth. 

Kinl-le. Charles, chauffeur, res X. lElni. 

Kinkle, .Tohn. laborer, res 524 S. Chauncey. 

Hivelv, Lauren L., laundryman, res 101 W. Ellsworth. 

Hively. Webster, laborer, res 312 S. Oak. 

Hively, Mell, carriage builder, res 315 E. Ellsworth. 

Hively, Francis, teamster, res 110 North St. 

Hively, Ira, painter, res opposite Sbinneman's Grove. 

Hively, Hezekiah. carpenter, res 114 North St. 

Hoffer. Edward E., farmer, res 352 jN. Line. 

Holderbaum, Cassius E., dist. ae-ent People Life Insur- 
ance Co., res 315 E. Jefferson. 



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Hollinger, Edward, barber shop 306 W. Van Biiren; res 
SOS V2 W. V anBuren. 

Hollinger, Mrs. Catherine, res 308% W. Van Buren. 

Hollinger, .Miss Jennie, res SuSVo W. Van Buren. 

Hollis. Mrs. Frank M., saleslady, res 105 N. Walnut. 

Hollis, Frank M.. directory publisher, res lO.J N. Walnut. 

Hollis, Mrs. Elizabeth, seamstress, res 402 W. Van Buren. 

HoUowav, Prof. J. B., principal high school, res 329 X. 
Line. 

Hood, R. F. & Son, furniture dealers, 113 3. Main. 

Mood, R. 'R.. furniture dealer, res 308 N. Washington. 

Hood. Thomas H., furniture dealer, res 320 N. Washing- 
ton. 

Hoos, George, barber shop, basement of 1st Nat. Bank or 
120% W. Van Buren; res .510 S. Chauncey. 

Hoos. Theodore, laborer, res 402 E. Collins. 

Hosack, Mrs. Alfred, res 413 W. Market. 

Hoshour, Rev. Edw. E., pastor Grace Lutheran, res 103 
E. Jackson. 

HoiUzer, Mrs. Lodema, res 409 W. Market. 

Houtzer, Paul., stone cutter, E. Jefferson. 

Houtzer, William, clerk, now in T'. S. Service. 

Houtzer, Ervin, clerk, now in V. S. Service. 

Howard. R. J., insurance agent, res 334 N. Chauncey. 

Howell. Fred, telephone lineman, res 108 Hanna. 

Hudson Dry Goods Co.. 301-03 W. Van Buren. 

Hudson. Harry, merchant, res 317 X. ftlain. 

Huffman, Herbert, laborer, res 379 X. Line. 



Gates Brothers 

Abstracts and Insurance 

Columbia City, Indiana 



Agent for the Ohio Farmers Insurance Co., Ster- 
ling Insurance Co., Concordia Insurance Co , Coloni- 
al Insurance Co., Milwaukee Mechanics Insurance 
Co., Northern Insurance Co.. Southern Surety Co. 



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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 
GEORGE E. WALTER CHARLES THOMPSON 

West End 
Garage 

General Repairing and 
Accessories 



Batteries Recharged 



I We have the machinery and equipment to give 

' all cars a general overhauling here at home. We 

fj make them as good as new. Get our estimates for 

I rebuilding. 

? Walter &. Thompson 

222 West Van Buren St. 
COLUMBIA CITY. INDIANA 

Home Phone 259 Farmers 176 



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Huffman, Arthur, laborer, res 379 X. Line. 

Hughes, Miss Mary, seamstress, res 401 E. Van Buren. 

Hughes, Dale P., machinist, res 201 Jolly. 

Hull, Frank, jr., merchant, now in U. S. Service. 

Hull, E. Wayne, foreman at The Post, res 605 E. Van 

Buren. 
Hull, Mrs. B. F., sr, res 509 E. Van Buren. ■ 
Humbarger, Heber C, laborer, res 522 S. Chauncey. 
Humbarger, Hugo, laborer, res 522 S. Chauncey. 
Humbarger, Hugo, laborer, X. Elm. 

Hummel, R. L.. Co. farm instructor, res 210 N. Whitley. 
Hunter, Rev. W. E., pastor Presbyterian, res 331 N. Line. 
Hunter, Mrs. Augusta V., res 215 N. Line. 
Hyatt, Irvin, linotype operator, res 105 V2 E. Van BureT>. 
Hyre, Leonard, retired, res 409 S. Elm. 
Hyre, .Airs. Joseph, res 509 W. JIarket. 



Ihrig, Herbert, high school teacher, res 315 W. Spencer. 

Ihrig, Spencer, tile maker, res 501 Swihart. 

Her, John, teamster, res 527 S. Chauncey. 

Inks, Norman, painter, res cor Jolly and Elm. 

Inks. Walter, laborer, res 111 Peabody Ave. 

Inks, Mrs. .Susan, res Peabody ave. 



Use Tuttle's 
Perfection Flour 

For Z7 years it has been made in 
one quality only — and that quality 
has been the best. Made by 

R. TUTTLE & CO. 

COLUMBIA CITY, IND. 



We will always pay the highest 
price for good wheat 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

W. E. MAGLEY 
...Photographer 



Gallery 115 E. Van Buren St. Ground 
Floor. Photographs of Every De- 
scription. Residences, Busi- 
ness Rooms, Horses, Ma- 
chinery, Etc. 

Pictures Framed in the Latest Styles. 
Remember the Place. Amateur Develop- 
ing and Finishing. Bring or Mail us 
this Work. Singer Sewing 
Machines. Machines Re- 
paired and Cleaned. 



Johnson, A. M., life insurance, res 326 N. Cliauncey. 
Johnson, Fred, auto mechanic, in U. S. Service. 
Johnson, Charles, hotel clerk, res New Clugston. 
Johnson, Glenn, laborer, res 107% X. Line. 
Johnson, Frank, lather, res south of E. Collins. 
Johnson, W. H., laborer, res 504 E. Hanna. 
Johnson, Lester, laborer, res 304 E. Hanna. 
Johnson, James, carpenter, res N. Walnut. 
Johnson, Daniel, laborer, res 112 Mullberry. 
Johnson, J. W., painter, res 223 N. Oak. \ 

Johnston, Lee F., real estate, res 340 N. Main. 
Johnston, Clarence, laborer, res Mullberry. 
Jolly, Mrs. Sam., res 6 20 E. Ellsworth. 
Jones Hardware Co., 122 W. Van Buren. 
Jones, Chas. I., banker, res 305 W. Spencer. 
Jones, W. E., hardware, res 310 S. Walnut. 
Jones, William, laborer, res 512 E. Ellsworth. 
Jones, Chas. H., speculator, res 209 N. Line. 
Jontz, J. 'Merl, machinist, res 315 E. Van Buren. 
Junkuntz, Rev. Henry, German Lutheran, res 201 E. Ells- 
worth. 



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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBI A CITY 

k: 

Kaler, James B., Supt. Harper Buggy Co., res 109 N. 
Wayne. 

Kaler, Walpole, foreman Harper Co., res 103 W. Ells- 
worth. 

Kaler. Mrs. S. P., res 109 X. Wayne. 

Kaler, Mrs. Jesse, res 30S N. Whitley. 

Kaler, Miss Emma, seamstress, res 308 N. Whitley. 

Kaler, Miss Maude, stenographer, res 308 N. Whitley. 

Kanaley, James, tinner, res 218 Swihart. 

Kanaley, Miss 'Mamie, telephone operator, res 218 Swi- 
hart. 

Karnes, Richard, laborer, res Peabody Ave. 

Kauffman, Carl L., salesman, 318 N. Washington. 

Kauffman, Thomas J., retired, res 12.5 N. Elm. 

Kauffman, Miss Nora, saleslady, res 125 N. Elm. 

Kauffman, Mrs. Gladys, saleslady, res 218 E. Van Buren. 

Kauffman, E. C. butcher, res 216 S. Chauncey. 

Keiter, Frank H., blacksmith, res 412 S. Chauncey. 

Keirn, William, carpenter, res 609 W. Market. 

Keirn, Xathan I., farmer, res 366 N. Line. 

Keiser, John H. & Co., druggists, 128 W. Van Buren. 

Keiser, John H., druggist, res 309 W. Market. 

Keiser, Adam, retired, res 315 X. Washington. 

Keiser, Henry, Ry watchman, res 410 E. Chicago. 



The Jones Hardware Company 

A COMPLETE LINE OF 

Stoves, Ranges, American Field Fence, 

Shelf Hardware and Sporting Goods. 

Furnace Work a Specialty 

^___ 845017. 



We Will Save You Money if You 
Trade With Us. 

Central Building Columbia City, Ind. 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 
Home Phone 7 Farmers 165 

John C. Bolyard 

I 1 The Only Combination i i 

Grocery and Meat Market 

In Columbia City. Double Service 
With Your Call 



If its good to eat, we have it. 



Keller, Isaac N., carrier mail route S, res 30 6 E. Van 

Buren. 
Keller, Martin S., retired, X. Elm. 
Kellogg, Lewis, cement worker, res Brownwood. 
Kelly, August, merchant tailor, 110 E. Van Buren; res 

110 V2 E. Van Buren. 
Kenner, Dr. L. A., dentist, 122 i/i W. Van Buren; res 351 

X. Line. 
Kenner, Frank A., bank clerk, res 353 N. Line. 
Kenner, Roy, carpenter, res 32S N. Main. 
Keeney, H. F., lumber dealer, res 306 W. Jackson. 
Keptord, Fred, retired, res Soldiers Home. 
Kepner, Mrs. Charles A., res 310 W. Market. 
Kern, Thomas, teamster, res 120 E. Van Buren. 
Kerr, Chauncey, laborer, res 319 V2 X. Chauncey. 
Kessinger, Rev. D. B., pastor U. B., res 20S S. Chauncey. 
Kessler, W. \V., retired, res 409 W. Market. 
Kessler, Chester L., monument builder, 306 S. Main; res. 

33 4 N. Main. 
Kessler, S. E.. cement builder. y?rd and res 311 S. Main. 
Kessler, Vern, brick mason, res 354 N. Main. 
Kessler, Irvin, barber shop 123 S. Main; res 203 S. Elm. 
Killian, Jacob. laborer, res E. Coesse St. 
Kime. Dr. C. P., veterinary, res 107 X. iWashington. 
King, Lewis B.. auto livery, res 319 X. Line. 
Kissinger & Clapham, real estate office, 114 S. Chauncey. 
Kissinger, \V. H., attorney, res 102 W. Jefferson. 
Kissinger, W. H. jewelry store, 211 W. Van Buren. 

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Kithcart. D. N. I., physician, 130 U W. Van Buren; res 
304 N. Main. 

Klingerman, Jas., laborer, res E. Collins. 

Klussman, Garrett, printer and pressman, now painter, 
res 306 CoUinwood. Home telephone No. o22. 

Kneller, John, laborer, res 37.7 X. Elm. . 

Knight, Mrs. Ellen, res S. of Shinneman's Grove. 

Knight, Albert R., laborer, res Kissinger add. 

Knight. Mrs. Rebecca, res 207 X. Washington. 

Knight, Miss Blanche, saleslady, res 207 X. Washington. 

Knislev, George, assistant miller, res '<0o S. 'Main. 

Knisle'y, Frank, registerer, postoffice, res 50S W. Market. 

Knisley, Mrs. Ruth, res 109 X. Elm._ 

Knislev. .locab, laborer, res 216 Collins. 

Knott,' Wm. H., laborer, res 114 E. Ellsworth. 

Koester. Rev. S. P.. V. B. minister, res 3t3 X. Elm. 

Koester. Walter, laborer, res S-'.l X. Chauncey. 

Koester, Ray S.. laborer, res 343 X. Elm. 

Kohl, Rev. Jon F., pastor St. Paul church, res 31'. S. 
Line. 

Kramer, Mrs. Abraham, res -501 W. Van Buren. 

Kramer, Frank, laborer, res 30-5 S. Line. 

Krans. Leopold, grain buyer, office 113 E. Van Buren. 

Kronmiller, Chas., traveling salesman, res 413 \\ . Mark- 
et. 

Kumberger, John, grain and seed dealer, mgr. for Crnwell 
& Co.; re? .'OS W. Spencer. 



THE IDEAL GARAGE 

310 So. Main St. 



Automobile Repairing 

We Carry a Full Line of Accessories 

Sell & Kneller 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

Crowell Grain Co. 

308 W. VanBuren St., Columbia City, Ind. 



Always Pay the Highest Prices for all 
Kinds o! Grain. 

Sell Feeds and Seed 

I i Roth Phnnfts r= I 

John Kumbarger, Ngr. 



Lafever, Minrad, laborer, res 325 E. Hanna. 

Lahm, Lewis, laborer, res 213 E. Hanna. 

Lamb, M. D., gardner, res terminal N. Main. 

Lancaster, Chas. E., weaver supt., res 330 X. Chauncey. 

Lancaster, Miss Freda, teacher, res 320 N. Chauncey. 

Lanciaux, E. C, prop, bottling works., 109 E. Chicago. 

Langohr, Walter, laborer, res 531 E. Van Buren. 

Langohr, Walter, laborer, res 531 E. aVn Buren. 

Langohr, Otto, tailor, res 609 E. Jackson. 

Langohr, Raymond T., laborer, res 531 E. Van Buren. 

Langohr, Henry, tinner, res 20S CoUinwood Ave. 

Lantzer, Solomon, carpenter, res 602 X. Chauncey. 

Lantzer, Vern, salesman, res 206 X. Walnut. 

Lawrence, Dr. L E., physician, 22SV2 W. Van Buren; res 
■10 9 S. Line. 

Lawrence. John F.. retired farmer, res 30 7 N. Main. 

Lawrence, Walter, carriage trimmer, res 30 7 N. Main. 

Lawrence. John C, farmer, 110 E. Xorth. 

Lawrence, Mrs. Milo, res 302 X. Washington. 

Lawrence, "Ray, book keeper, res 105 W. Ellsworth. 

Lawrence, Miss Arminda, stenographer, res 302 N. Wash- 
ington. 

Lawrence, Mrs. Clarminda L., res 111 X. Chaunqey. 

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LeFrancois, Antone, retired farmer, res 401 S. Walnut. 

Lechrone, Mrs. S. B., res 409 E. Market. 

Lechrone, Lloyd, musician, res 409 E. Market. 

Lee, Mrs. -Genevive, res 411 \V. Van Buren. 

Leer, Frank, electrician, res 310 Swihart. 

Lehman, James, laborer, res ?.\Z X. Line. 

Leininger & Son, grocers 129 S. Main. 

Leininger, John C, grocer, res 602 W. Van Buren. 

Leininger, John T., grocer, res 344 N. Line. 

Leininger, Julius B., stock buyer, res 209 E. Market. 

Leininger, Theodore, painter, res 40S N. Line. 

Leininger, George, city mail carrier, res 111 E. Jackson. 

Leininger, William, laborer, res 40S N. Line. 

Leininger, Joseph, laborer, res 602 <\\'. Van Buren. 

Leininger. iMiss Lizzie, grocery clerk, res 602 W. Van 

Buren. 
Lemmon, Edward, vulcanist. res 305 N. Walnut. 
Lemmon, Lafayette, teamster, res 216 N. Madison. 
Lemmon, Henry O.. laborer, res 410 X. Washington. 
Leonard. Rev. H. B., Baptist pastor, res 106 X. Walnut. 
Lickey, Frank, sale auctioneer, res E. Collins. 
Liggett, Mrs. W. H., res 31.t Spencer. 
Lillich, C. E., bakery rear 116 W. Van Buren; res 307 N. 

Chauncey. 
Lillich, Mell J., supt bakery, res 312 S. Main. 
Lillich, John, bank clerk, res 307 N. Chauncev. 



HOME PHONE 255 FARMERS PHONE 166 

S. E. KESSLER 

CONTRACTOR 

AND DEALER IN 

All Mason Supplies, Sewer Tile and Roofing. 

Manufacturer of the Peru Automatic 

Cement Sealing Vault, Cement 

Blocks and Brick. 

South Main St. Columbia City, Ind. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



Are you neglecting 
your duty ? 

You are if you have NOT had a recent 
PORTRAIT made of yourself. You owe 
this duty to yourself, family or friends 



Use the telephone and call 

Pontius Studio 

Home Phone 636 Farmers 94 



Lilly, Edward \V., mechenist, res 203 X. Chauncey. 

Lilly, Peter, retired farmer, res N. Oak. 

Linvill, Dr. D. S., physician and surgeon office lOS E. Van 

Buren: res 325 X. Chauncey. 
Linvill. Dr. B. P., physician, 103 y2 S. Main; res 302 X. 

Main. 
Linvill, \V. Hayes, Sergt. in France with U. S. Army. 
Lippencott, Al.. laborer, res 620 E. Ellsworth. 
Livengood, Donald, florist, now in U. S. Service. 
Loe, Daniel H., laborer, res 607 E. Ellsworth. 
Loe, Elzie, laborer, res 113 \V. Market. 
Loe, James E., laborer, res 109 Peabody Ave. 
Loe, Joseph L, laborer, res 113 W. Market. 
Loe, George E.. carpenter, res 30S E. Hanna. 
Loe. Henry, laborer, res 116 X. Madison. 
Loe, Harvey, laborer, res 333 X. Main. 
Loe, John, laborer, res 613 E. Ellsworth. 
Logan, Hugo, bank cashier, res 20S N. Main. 
Logan, Miss Rheua. school teacher, res 20S N. Jlain. 
Long, Henry L, carpenter, res 507 E. :\Iarket. 
Long. Frank F., laborer, res SOI E. Van Buren 
Long. Oliver E., farmer, res 331 X. Line. 
Lorber, Samuel, millinery, 224 W. Van Buren: res W. 

Jackson. 
Lorber, .Milton, mgr Modle Cloak Store 222 W. Van 

Buren. 

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Loi-ber. Edgar, salesman, now in U. S. Service. 

I orber. Miss Ruth, sales lady, res 308 W. Jackson. 

Lore, Samuel, retired, res W. terminal Van Buren. 

Lett, Michael E., retired, res 202 Swihart. 

Lo^^man, Mrs. .Martha, res .309 N. Chauncey. 

I.ucke. Elizabeth, res 207 W. Market. 

Luckenbill, Rev. Lewis A., Church of God Minister, res 

.5 2 W. Market. 
Luckenbill, Chas. Gideon, at Woolen -Mills, res opp. Shin- 

neman's Grove. 
Lumblad, Augustus, in woolen mill, res 20 7 N. Madison. 
I umblad. Harrold. in woolen mill, res 207 X. Madison. 
L\nch, John W., farmer, res 302 X. Elm. 



M 



Alagley, W. E., photographer, gaj, and res 1 1 ■"> E. Va 

Buren. y 

Magley & Hughes, machinist,' 2 1 9 S. Main. 
.■\Iagley, Merle, machinist, res 31.5 N. Main. 
Magley, Mrs. W. H., telephone co. sec, res 205 N. Chaur 

cey. 
Mahoney, Daniel, Panhandle Ry Agt., res 108 S. Chaur 

cey.' 
Maires, Asa., laborer, res 407 E. Collins. 
Malone, Mrs. Andrew, res 20 7 E. Chicago. 



m FARMERS 

LOAN & TRUST 

COMPANY 

0lumbia City, Ind. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY- 
W. H. KISSINGER B. CLAPHAM 

Home Development and 

Real Estate Agency 



Farms Bought, Sold and Exchanged. Farm 
Loans on Easy Terms- 
One Door South of New City Hall. 
Home Phone 498 • Farmers 63 

:^ 



Makemson, Dr. W. W.. dental office 211 % \V. Van Buren, 
res 20 7 \V. Jefferson. 

Malone, Adam, farmer, in Soldiers Home. 

.\lalone, Mrs. Ella, saleslady, res 411 W. Van Buren. 

Malone, George, laborer, res 415 W. Spencer. 

Maloney, Pat J., .Mgr. Home Tele Co., res 115 S. Madison. 

Wannen, W. H., teamster, res 516 W. Spencer. 

Mannen, Alfred, teamster, res 516 W. Spencer. 

Maring, Miss Wealthy, res 316 X. Line. 

Marker, Chas. F., laborer, res 302 Swihart . 

Marker, C. J., laborer, res Ohio St. 

Marker, Charles C, laborer, res Ohio St. 

Markley, Rec. I. W., minister Church of God, res 802 S. 
WTiitley. 

Markley, Spurgeon N., clothing merchant, res 326 N. 
Main. 

Marks, Garland, laborer, res 629 E. Ellsworth. 

Markwalder, \Vm. H., telegraph linemany, 207 'W. Mar- 
ket. 

Mason, Mrs. Glen, res 211 X. Line. 

Matoon, Chauncey B., retired, res 205 W. Market. 

Maxwell, Miss Alma, saleslady, res 31 8 V, W. Van Buren. 

Mayfield. Ernest, laborer, res 379 X. Elm. 

McCartv, J. H., tile maker, res 622 C Ellsworth. 

McClain, W. D., retired, res 509 E. Jackson. 



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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

JlcClain, Benjamin, farmer, res 346 N. Chauncey. 
} cClain, John, farmer, res 114 North St. 
McClain, Quincey, laborer, res o0 7 W. Ellsworth. 
McClain, Sherman, laborer, res 30 7 E. Ellsworth. 
-McClain, Otis, laborer, res 305 E. Ellsworth. 
.\'cDonald, Charles, fireman, res 212 Hanna. 
:\IcDonald, William, carriage builder, res 212 Planna. 
McDonald, Mrs. 1. B., res west terminal Van Buren. 
McGriff, -Mrs. Ella, seamstress, res 40 7 W. Market. 
McGlennon, Merle, laborer, res cor Main and Ellsworth. 
McKeller, Malcolm, tinner, res cor Market and Madison. 
McKeller, Charles, tinner, res Brownwood. 
.McKenzie. Geo., nisht watch, near Ohio st. 
>';Kenzie. Lineus, laborer, res Ohio St. 
JFcLallen. E. L,, banker, res 20S X. Chauncey. 
McLallen, H. D., banker, 1st National and Provident 

Trust, res lOS \V. Jefferson. 
McLaughlin, Thos. E., county auditor, res 209 S. Line. 
McNabb, John W., traveling salesman, res 40S W. Van 

Buren. 
JlcNagny & McXagny, attorney at law 2031/2 W. Van 

^'cXaenv. \Vm. F.. attorney, res 301 E. Jefferson. 
McXagny, Phil M., attorney, now in U. S. Service. 
INlcXagny. Robert, bookkeeper and stockman, res 303 E. 
Jefferson. 



Columbia City Egg and 
Poultry Company 



We Buy Butter, Eggs and Poultry 

Always Paying the Highest 

Market Price 

We Solicit Your Patronage 

BROWN 8c WEAVER, Proprietors 
Both Phones. Columbia City, Ind. 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

W. H. ROBERTS J. C. BURNWORTH 

Roberts & Burnworth 

Farms Bought, Sold 

and Exchanged 

Loan 5 1-2 per cent Money 

Fire Insurance 



209 1-2 W. VanBuren St., Columbia City. 
Home Phone 126 Farmers 128 



McNear, Biirdette F., leather store, 215 \V. Van Buren; 
res 311 N. Chauricey. 

Meier & Hildebrand, druggists, 105 S. Main. 

Meier, John W., druggist, res 40S W. Market. 

Meiser, L. M., real estate, 204 14 W. Van Buren, res ter- 
minal W. Van Buren. 

Meiser, Nathan C, painter, res 129% S. Main. 

Meiser, William, salesman, now in U. S. Service. 

Meiser, Charles R., paper hanger, res 309 E. Jefferson. 

Meitzler, Frank, druggist "Red Cross", 109 W. Van Bur- 
en; res 50 6 \V. Van Buren. 

Menaugh, Mrs. Harry, res 307 N. Line. 

Meridith, S. M., retired, res 214 McDonald Ave. 

Meridith, Jos. H., painter, res 216 McDonald Ave. 

Meridith, Miss Gertrude, bookkeeper, res 216 McDonald 
■ Ave. 

-Mettler, Rarford, plasterer, res Coesse road. 

-Meyer Brothers, stock buyers and shippers, 314 E. Van 
Buren. 

Meyer, Joseph, stock dealer, res 316 E. Van Buren. 

Meyer, Lee. stock dealer, res 316 E. Van Buren. 

Meyer, Miss Mae, bookkeeper, res 316 E. Van Buren. 

-Meyer, Mrs. Emile, res 316 E. Van Buren. 

Meyers, John C, teamster, res 407 E. Van Buren. 

Meyers, Amos, laborer, res 351 N. Line. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



.Mevers, Arthur \V., ry till dark, res 201 N. Wasaington. 
-Meyers, William E., retired, res 203 'W, Spencer. 
Meyers, Edw. J., insurance, res 406 E. Van Buren. 
Mevers, Walter F., drug clerk, res 203 \V. Spencer. 
Meyers, Robert \V., Pennsy bill clerk, res l\r< N. Chaun- 

cey. 
.Mevers, Henry, ditch dredser, res 40C N. Elm. 
Miller. H. M., Ford representative. 201-03 S. Main. 
Miller & Sheets, hardware and tinners, 12 1 S. Main. 
Miller, Thomas O., hardwarist, res 311 N. Washington. 
Jliller, George F., salesman, res 210 X. Line. 
Miller, Harry W., Overland garage, res 20.i W. Jackson. 
Miller, Benj. F., delivery system, res 121 X. Elm. 
Miller, Murry, carpenter, res 503 W. Spencer. 
.Miller, Henry W., farmer, res 501 E. Van Buren. 
Miller, Edward, farmer, res 501 E. Van Buren. 
.Miller, Archie L., carpenter, res 324 N. Walnut. 
Miller, William E., carpenter, res 316 S. Line. 
Miller, Wilbur \\'., onion raiser, res 503 E. Ellsworth. 
Miner, Merritt, telegraph operator, res 210 S. Elm. 
Monroe, DeW'itt. carrier rural route 12. res 313 S. 'Main. 
Monroe, Thos. D.. laborer, res 337 X. Main. 
Moore, Thomas, laborer, res 105 S. Chauncey. 
>'oore, Alfred, laborer, res 303 X. Elm. 
Moore. Robert L., labore-. res 355 X. Miin. 
Moore. Charles, butcher, ^-es 216 X. Washington. 



Frohmuth & Son 

Make a Specialty of 

Reliable Footwear 

...Correctly Fit... 

Columbia City, Indiana 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



Manufacturers of all Kinds of 

Slot anh Colb Drinks 



Give Us a Visit, We Feel Satisfied That 
You Will Call Again 



Moore, ;\Irs. Florence, res Id^Vl N'.'C'nauncey. 

Morgan, Frank, prop. Cafe and res 124 'U'. Van Buren. 

Morgan, B. E., retired, res 124 W. Van Buren. 

-Morris 5 and 10c Store, 130 W. Van Buren. 

Morsches, Fred, supt. Peabody Mills, res 309 E. Market. 

-Morsches, Julius, lumber inspector, res 321 X. Main. 

Mosher, A. B. & Co., coal and feed, 223-25 S. Main. 

Mosher, A. B., onion inspector, res 601 W. Market. 

Mosher, Herbert O., farm supt., res 601 W. Market. 

Mosher, Defoe, carriage painter, res 601 W. Market. 

Mosher, Warren, carpenter, res 5 02 W. Spencer. 

Mosher, Delmar V., ry mail clerk, res N. terminal Main. 

Mosher, Benona, retired, res 105 S. Line. 

Mosher, Eugene, chauffeur, res Main and Ellsworth. 

.Mosher, M. H., painter, res 602 W. Ellsworth. 

Mosher, Harmon L., farmer, res 601 \V. Market. 

Mosher, Chester A., telegraph operator, res 512 W Ells- 
worth. 

Jlossman, James A., drayman, res 106 S. Whitley. 

iMowrey, John M., mgr. Farmers Loan Bank, res 408 E. 
Van Buren. 

Mowrey, Sylvanus, farmer, res 306 E. Market. 

Mowrey, Cecil, painter, now in U. S. Service. 

Mullendore, Aaron, blacksmith, 355 N. Walnut. 

Myers Creamery, Mfg. ice cream and butter, terminal S. 
Chauncey. 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



?.:yers, Mrs. Dan, res cor Ellsworth and Chauncey. 
Mjers, Frank L., mfg. ice cream, res 3ii7 E. Van 



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Neible, Albert, coal _„-aler, yara 3. terinina' '^hauncey, 

res 3 35 N. OaK. 
Kelson, James €,, laborer, 302 S. Chauncey. 
Nei, Henry H., capitalist, res lOS 3. Chaincey. 
Xicke>, \Vm. S., farmer, res 317 K. Main. 
Noble, 'D. C, gardner, res 3 65 N. Walnut. 
Xoble, Alva, gardner, res 357 N. Walnu*. 
Xolt, Dr. E. v., physician, office Masonic Temple building 

res 20S 3. Chauncey. 
Xolt. John, laborer, res 355 K. Main. 
Xorris, -Marcus L.. city lineman, res 30!i X. Walnut. 
Xorth, George W.. retired merchant, rrs 1 11 E. Jackson. 
Korth. Edward B., electrician, res 21 3 i'^ W. Van Euren. 
Xorth, Calvin A., carpenter, res Peabo.iy Ave. 
Xorth, Charles W.. carpenter, res Peabody Ave. 
Xorth. ^'alen N.. carpenter, res Peabody Ave. 
Xorth, John Edward, bookkee; er res 3 1 r. 3. L'ne. 



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workmanlike job means saving you the 

cost of new shoes and protecting your 

health. Bring your work to-day 

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Northam, Frank, bank clerk, res 305 N. Miin. 
Xott, Edward, junk dealer, res 104 W. Jolly. 
-Nott, William, laborer, res 104 W. Jolly. 
Xott, Sim. laborer, res 3 X. AVhitley. 
-Xowels, Arthur S., lumberman, res 310 N. Main. 
.Xowels, Russell, fcookkee er, now in U. S Service. 
.Xuxall, Henry, delecadescent. 106 W. Van Buren; res 
E. Van Buren. 



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Oberkeiser, Phillip, section foreman, res 20,5 E. Chicago. 

Oberkeiser, Samuel, lun:h counter and res 203 E. Chica- 
go. 

Oberkeiser, Earl, laborer, now in U. S. Service. 

Oberkeiser. \Vm. H.. salesman, res 415 W. Van Buren: 
now in V. S. Service. 

O'Donnell, Edward, laborer, res 213 X. Oak. 

Ormsby, Mrs. Albert, res Coesso road. ' _ 

Orner, Charles H., agency work, res 342 X. Line. 

Osborne, Hugh, jeweler, res 215 \V .Market. 

Ott, Levi, laborer, res 313 X. Walnut. 

Outcelt, Henry, auto mechanic, res 202 S. Walnut. 

Overdeer, Jacob, salesman, res 315 E. Chicago. 



Joseph R. Harrison 

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 
Columbia City, Indiana 



Investments, Loans and 

Real Estate. Loans Made 
on Farm and City Lands 

at Lowest Rates 



Any Business Entrusted Will Be Appre- 
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HOODS FURNITURE STORE 

East Side of Square. Columbia City, Ind. 

^^^ ..Furniture 

Brunswick Phono- 
graphs and Pathe 
Records. - 




We Keep Things Mov- 
ing by Keeping Things 
That Move. 



Paige. Simon J., farmer, res 112 X. Walnut. 
Parkinson, George, plasterer, res 40 6 X. Chauncey. 
Parkinson. Frank, plasterer, res 504 X. Line. 
Patterson, \V. H., carrier rural route 2, res 402 E, Van 

Paulus, Jolin ^X.. salesman, res 310 Collinwood Ave. 
Paulus, '.Mrs. Peter, laundress, res 310 Collinwood Ave. 
Peabody Lumber Co., office and mills E. Van Buren. 
Peabody, S. J., lumberman and banker, res 207 N. Main. 
Peabodv, Jack, bookkeeper, res 319 E. Market. 
Peabody, Miss Emma, res 30 6 N. Main. 
Pence, W. E., blacksmith, res 306 X. Oak. 
Pence, Joseph, retired farmer, res 313 X. Washingto^T. 
Pence. Mrs. John F., res 50 5 S. Whitley. , 

Pence, Miss Dollie, seamstress, res 505 S. 'Whitley. 
Pence, Rov. mechanic, now in U. S. Service. 
Pence, Wilbert L., with Simplex Lights, res 109 Maple 

Ave. 
Pence, Vern, general agt. Simplex Ligbts, res 109 Maple. 
Pence. Heber. laborer, res 326 N. Elm. 
Pence, Mrs. Mamie, school teacher, res 50 9 W. Van 

Buren. 
Pentz, John C, speculator, res SOS S. Whitl'ey. 

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Peppers, William, laborer, res 40 4 S. Walnut. 
Pettit, George W., laborer, res 110 E. Ellsworth. 
Pettit, B. Frank, laborer, res 313 Hanna. 
Phend, Henry A., carpenter, res 615 W. Market. 
Phend, Victor, carpenter, now in U. S. Service. 
Phend, Cecil, carpenter, res 20S E. Market. 
Pliillips, Ernest L., gardner, west terminal Market. 
Pliiliips, Homer, horseman, res 401 X. Walnut. 
Phillips, Ray, grocery clerk, res west terminal Market. 
Phillips, Miss Alga, telephone operator, res W. Market. 
■ ■".'■enn 'off D.. farmer, re^ •'()] .\. Oik. 
Pincheon. Harry, laborer, res E. Market. 
Pinkley, Paul G., druggist, now in U. S. Service. 
Pinney, Douglas, city employee, res 308 E. Chicago. 
Pinney, Leander, laborer, res 21.5 Swihart. 
Plattner, Otis E., countv clerk, res .51.3 W. Market. 
Plattner, .Jacob, plasterer, res 302 N. Line. 
Di-itfner. ariss Hazel, nrinter. res .502 X. Line. 
Pletcher. J. R., assistant postmaster, res 601 W. Ells 

worth. 
Pl;'mmer, Ira, ry mail clerk, res 309 N. Whitley. 
Plummer. Clem L., laborer, res 322 N. Line. " 
T^lurrmer, C. C. laborer, res 322 N. Line. 
Pli'mmer. Charles H.. laborer, res 33S N Walnut. 
Pontius. P, E.. photograiiher, gallery and res 105 '4 S 

Main. 
Pontius. Mrs. George .A., res 20S; W. .TeTerson. 



The Ellis Transfer Line 



Makes all Trains Daily Stopping 

in Columbia City. 

Calls Made Day or Night to all Parts of the 

Cit/. Baggage Wagon For All 

Calls. 



Home Phones 15 and 25 

Farmers Phone at New Clugston 
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Pontius, Thomas A., druggist, now in ['. S. Service. 

Pope, .\. K., laborer, res 512 S. Line. 

Pook, Charles, retired farmer, res 315 E. llarket. 

Portmann, Jacob, junk dealer, yards cor. Whitlev and 
Ellsworth, res 405 S. Main. 

Post Printing Office, 116 X. Chauncey. 

Prada, Joe, brewmeister, res 301 E. Ellsworth. 

Pratt, Norman, laborer, res 50 6 S. Line. 

Pratt, Marcus E., laborer, res Kissinger add. 

Pressler, Henry J., laborer, res 214 E. North. 

Pressler, Homer, laborer, res 214 E. North. 

Pressler, Wm. P., lumber inspector, res 409 E. Jackson. 

Pressler, Korah, carpenter, res Peabody Ave. 

Pressler, Emanuel D., painter, res 427 S. Whitley. 

Pressler, Arthur, laborer, res N. Walnut. 

Price, Hiram, carpenter, res 110 Hanna. 

Price, Lee, hotel clerk, now in I'. S. Service. 

Pritchard, George, ry. watchman, res 411 S. Chauncey. 

Provident Trust Co., general bankers, 101 E. Van Buren. 

Pumphrey, George O., retired farmer, res 109 N. Wash- 
ington. 



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Quinn, John, auto mechanic, res 201 Jolly. 
Quinn, Mrs. Lucinda, res 107 Peabody Ave. 



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'Raber, Samuel D., traveling salesman, res 123 X. Elm. 
Raber, R. Frank, abstractor, 11-1 S. Chauncey; res 104 

W. Jackson. 
Raber, Donald, electrician, res 413 W. Van Buren. 
Rater, H. Elmer. 'chef, res 104 W. Jackson. 
Raber, .Miss Mary, school teacher, res 104 W. Jackson. 
Ramp, Bigalow, produce and ice, res 104 \V. Ellsworth. 
Ramp, Frank, drayman, res 629 E. Ellsworth. 
Ramp. Ira A., woolen carder, res 520 S. Chauncey. 
Ramsey, Samuel, laborer, res 303 E. Cillins. 
Ramsey, Edward, laborer, res 303 E. Collins. 
Ramsey, William F.. ry mail clerk, res 303 Collins. 
Randall, Sanford, upholster, res 309 E. Jefferson. 
Rarrick. George W., carpenter, res 1 i fi '/-. ' . Van Buren. 
Rassett. Charles J., saw filler, res 204 E. Ellsworth. 
Raupfer. Jose|:h P.. investor, res 21. ^ E Eli<!worth. 
Raupfer. William E., farmer, res 323 N. Main. 
Raupfer. Jerome, salesman, res 107 E. Jefferson. 
Raupfer, John H.. salesman, res 210 ?. Line. 
Raupfer. Mrs. Ben.lamin. res 202 S. Line. 
Ray, Lowman. blacksmith, 110 W. Van Buren: res 113 

Xorth St. 
Reece. Charles, farmer, res 113 N. Madison. 



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DEALERS IN 

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Keece, John H., lariner, res 4 16 E. Jackson. 

Heece, KaliJh. produce workman, res 113 N. Madison. 

Kesce, Walter, laborer, res 416 E. Jackson. 

Reed, Raymond, traveling salesman, res 407 X. Chauncey 

Red Cross Drug atore, 209 \\ . Van Buren; F. Meitzler, 

prop. 
Reed, Arthur, mechanic, res 407 N. Chauncey. 
Reider, Victor, tinner, res 502 N. Line. 
Reider, John V\ ., laborer, res ill North St. 
Ressler, Ira, laborer, res 332 N. Walnut. 
Ressler, Jesse, laborer, res E. Hanna. 
'Ravnolds, Harry, driver milk route, res 10 6 N. Line. 
Phoades Bros, pool room and soft drink parlors, 116 W^ 

Van Buren and 301 S. Main. 
Rhoades, Jesse, mgr. pool room, res 20.5 X. Whtiley. 
Rhoades, Albert F., mgr. soft drink room, res 301 S 

-Main. 
Rhoades, George W.. insurance, res SOS E. Jackson. 
Richards Medical Co., head'^uarte-s' 1 2S W. Van Buren 
Richards, Mrs. Lavis, res 405 W. Ellsworth. 
Richards, Mrs. Edw., trained nurse, res 601 XA'. Van 

Buren. 
Richards, Ceo Fdw., clerk, res 601 \v. Vtn Buren. 
Richmond, Edward, carpenter, terminal S. Line 

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Ricker, .Miss Emma, saleslady, res 3 29 N. Line. 
Rickets, Geo.. m?r. Farmers .Mill and Elevator, res 40fl 

X. Washington. 
Riddle, Cassius C, retired farmer, res 307 S. Walnut. 
Rittenhouse, John, laborer, res 344 .\. Miin. 
Rittenhorse, W . S., laborer, res 514 S. Line. 
Riverside Dairy, fresh mil!-:, 520 S. Main. 
Roath, Charles, laborer, res 110 W. Van Buren. 
'Robbins. Timothy Caipenter, res cor Swibart and Ohio. 
Roberts & Burnworth, real estate agents, 209 V2 W. Van 

'Buren. 
Roberts. W. H., real estate, res 2 0." S. Elm. 
Roberts, Ftal^h. real estate, now in V. S. Service. 
Roberts, Eldridge, real estate, now in r. S. Service. 
Robinson, E. J., laborer, res fii2 E. Ell-wo-th. 
Fodder. W. W., baker, res 217 S. Chauncey. 
Romey. Jules, cider maker, res -Or. S. W*^itley. 
Romey, Henry, hardware, 20fi W. Van Buren; res 32S N'._ 

Chauncey. 
Eomey. .ilbert. novelty store. 124 W. Van Buren: res 

S. Chauncev. 
Romey. B. F.. laborer, res 209 S. Whitley. 
Roser, E). G.. hardware salesman, res 3fiS N. El-^. 
Ross-ran ^- ^^''-nderlich, hardware dealer. 228-230 W. 

Van Buren, 
Ro^=man. W™. F., hardware dealer, res 230 v„ w. Van 



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Practical Plumber and 
Pipe Fitter 

f=\ Well Drilling a Specialty (=1 

Estimates Furnished. 
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...City Vulcanizing Works... 

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Remember We Carry a Complete Line of 
Tires and Accessories. 

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Proprietors 



Roth, Dr. R. W., Chiropractor, 114 '/z W. Van Buren; res 

lOS E. Jefferson. 
'Rouch, Philip W., farmer, res S. Collins. 
Rouch. William, laborer, res South Collins. 
Rounds, Frank, carpenter, res E. terminal Van Buren. 
Rouse, Mrs. Laura Tuttle, res 10Sy2 W. Van Buren. 
Ruch, Joseph, sign painter, res 514 E. Van Buren. 
Ruckman, Stephen, farmer, res 308 E. Jefferson., 
Rnmsyre, David, farmer,- res 211 W. Ellsworth. 
Ri'msyre, A. E., auto machinist, res 311 E. Van Buren. 
Rush. DeMaris, Science practicioner, res 315 N. JIain. 
Rush, I. B., retired banker, res 315 X. Main. 
Russell. F. C, laborer, res 306 E-. Van B-iren. .' 
Russell, Wm. G., laborer, res 506 E. Van Buren. 

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Saddler. Martin, teamster, res 620 E. Ellsworth. 
Sadler, Arthur, teamster, res 620 E. Ellsworth. 
Sampson, Albert, lunch wagon, res 518 E. Jackson. 
Sanders, Julius C, bank cashier, res 206 N. Chauncey. 
Sanders, Mrs. Anna C, res 106 X. Washington. 
Sanderson, William, laborer, res 415 E. Van Buren. 
Scantling. Miss Mary, bookkeeper, res 205 N. Chauncey. 
Schaeter, Edw. L., cigar mfg., factory and res 117 S. Main 

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Schaper, Herman, retired, res 202 N. Line. 
Schaper, Lewis, farmer, south Shinneman's Grove. 
Schinbeckler, Charles, salesman, res 412 N'. Washington. 
Schlosser Bros, produce merchants, 203 S. Main. 
Schmidt, John, shoemaker, res .50 6 \V. Spencer. 
Schneider, Fred, machinist, res .oOS W. Market. 
Schneider, Miss Callie, tailoress, res .510 W. Market. 
Schneider. Jas. G., laborer, mail general delivery. 
Schnetzler, 'John, barler, res 212 E. Hanna. 
Schrader. Leonard, coal and feed, res "If) N. Line. 
.=^chrader, Arthur, laborer, res 336 N. Walnut. 
Schultz, Frank T., si'pt city power plant, res 205 F 

Market. 
.Schumaker, Henry A., livef-y and teed barn, 305 — 30-1 

S'Main: res lOTV? E. Van Buren. 
^chumakor, Melvln, vrop Riverside Dairy, S Main; res 

3 40 X. Chauncev. 
Schumaker. Hurley, labo'-er, res E. Chicago. 
Schuman, Dr. O. V., physician, office 215% W. Van Buren 

res 3 '5 N. Chauncey. 
Scott, Robert R., mgr. Farmers Tele Co., res Oswego Rd. 
Scott. T. Melvin. lineman, res 411 y Washington. 
Scott. Hascel. furniture salesnipn res 209 E. Ellsworth. 
Scott. A. C. brickmason, res 40? E. Jackson. 
Searfoos. Henry, laborer, res 33 7 X. Line. 
Secrist. John A., driver milk rout, res X. Elm. 



Columbia City Bottling Works 

Manufacturers and Dealers in 
ail Kinds of 

High Grade Carbonated 

and Still Beverages 

" The Kind That's Fit to Drink" 



Mineral Waters, Siphons and Gas Cylinders 
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Home Phone 337 Farmers Phone 21 

ULERICH BROS. 

THE SOUTH SIDE GROCERS 
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 

Always Top Prices for Country Produce 



Your Patronage Solicited. We Own Our 
Auto Delivery and Give Prompt Service. 



Sell, Sherman, frain and seeds, res 304 W. Ellsworth. 
Sell, Charles; garage and repairs, res 210 S. Chauncey. 
Sell, Milladore, laborer, res Kissinger Add. 
Sharp, Worden, cabinet maker, res 34 7 N. Oak. 
Sharp, Frank, laborer, res 302 Hanna. 
Sharp, Miss, bookkeeper, res 302 aHnna. 
Sharp -Mrs. James, dressmaker, res 204 S. Walnut. 
Sharp, Miss Hildreth, milliener, res 204 S. Walnut. 
Shaul, Charles, laborer, res oOS S. Line. 
Shaw, Frank, laborer, res SUE. Jackson. 
Shaw, J. W., laborer, res 909 E. Van Buren. 
Shaw, L. C, laborer, res 909 E. Van Buren. 
Shearer, Milton W., laborer, res 407 E. Jackson. 
Sheckler; David O., laborer, res 327 N. Oak. 
Sheeler, Geo, W., tailor, res 305 E. Jefferson. 
Sheeler, Keller L., ry claim agt., now in U. S. Service. 
Sheeler, Mrs. Keller L., res 104 S. Whitley. 
Sheeler, Glenn, laborer, res 123 N. Elm. 
Sheller, Geo. W., Panhandle ry clerk, res 322 N Chauncey 
Shepard, Frank, restaurant clerk, res 110 W. Van Buren. 
Shepard, Jesse, laborer, 409 S. Line. 
Shepard, Charles, laborer, res terminal X. Walnut. 
Sherwood, Hugh M., florist, terminal E. Ellsworth. 
Sherwood, Mrs. Jennie, res 109 N. Washington. 
Shilling, David, laborer, res 425 S. Whitley. 

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shillaisr. John, latorer, res 508 E. Hanna. 
Shinneman. David L., harware salesman, res 31o 

Ellsworth. 
Shinneman, Harry, baker, res 229 McDonald Ave. 
Shinneman, John F., farmer, res 407 W. Van Baren. 
Shinneman, John F., ir., tinne'. res Os e^o road. 
Shinneman, Mrs. I. W., res 229 ^:cDonaH Ave. 
Shoda. Henry, laborer, res -50 6 E. Hanna. 
Shoda LeRoy. laborer, res .ilO E. Hanna. 
Shoda, Earl, laborer, res .50 6 E. Hanna. 
Show, L. C, watch repairer, res 511 E. Van Buren. 
Shriner, Vm. L., grocer, 228 V\ Van Buren: res 212 

Chauncey. 
Shriner, Mrs. Mary, res Miillberry street. 
Shriver, George E., re?l e-^tne 1201- W. Van Buren; 

. 309 X. Washington. 
Shrover. Clau^'.e A.. rar"'n*er. r=s ^'09 W. Market. 
Shiider. Simon B.. retired, res "OS S. Ohio. 
Shultise, Daniel, laborer, res 310 E. i-"l's>'orth. 
.^!n'lt7. Stephen, te?m-fer, res f^U E. Ellsworth. 
Pickatoose. Catherine, res "lo W. Alarket. 
?!=-ler. Jason, mechanic, res ?0S Swi'iart. 
Ji-^ler. ■U'illiam. laborer, res 20S Swihart. 
fi-e. Henry, retired, res 3fi0 N. Walnut. 
-ision. r.eorge, farmer, res W. Ellsworth. 



HOODS FURNITURE STORE 

East Side of Square. Columbia City, Ind. 

..Furniture 

Brunswick Phono- 
graphs and Pathe 
Records. 




We Keep Things Mov- 
ing by Keeping Things 
That Move. 



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Farmers Mill and 
Elevator Company... 

THERE MAY BE FLOUR AS GOOD 
BUT NONE BETTER THAN OUR 

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grain, sell the best grades of buytumunous and 
anthracite coal. "Deal with you on the square." 



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Skinner, Madison, laborer, res 613 E. Ellsworth. 
Skinner, Jarard, laborer, res 504 S. Line. 
Sleesman, Wesley, teamster, res 109 North. 
Sleesman, David L.. laborer, now in U. S. Service. 
Sleesman, Darl, auto mechanic, res 201 V2 S. Main. 
Slessman, Dr. B. P., dentist parlor 101% S. Main. 
Slessman, Thomas, retired, res 411 E. Van Buren. 
Slessman. Orlando, laborer, res 411 E. Van Buren. 
Slessman, Charles P., cement worker, res 30S N. Line. 
Slessman, Mrs. Mathias, res 310 X. Line. 
Slusser, Calvin, electrician, res 330 N. Walnut. 
Smith. Archie C, bank cashier, res 302 N. Line. 
Smith, Edw. .T., salesman, res 210 S. Chauncey. 
Smith. Franklin, carpenter, res 105 E. Ellsworth. 
Smith, Sherman, plumber, 113 E. Van Buren; res 375 

Line. 
Smith. Stanley S.. carrier rural route 11, res 354 X. E 
Smith, Calvin, laborer, res 301 N. Line. 
Smith. Lewis, shoemaker, res 406 N. Elm. 
Smith, Prank, laborer, now in U. S. Service. 
Smith, John H., janitor, res 122y2 W. Van Buren. 
Smith. .A. B.. laborer, res 628 E. EUswor'-h. 
Smith. William, laborer, res 3 29 X. Main. 
Smith. R. O., laborer, res 213 E. Collins. 
Smith. Charles, laborer, res 305 E. Ellsworth. 
Smith, Howard, laborer, res 401 E. Chii^ago. 



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Smith, Frank D., laborer, res 907 E. Van Buren. 

S.v.ith, Neil D., bookkeeper, now in U. S. Service. 

Smith, Miss Cora, saleslady, res 362 N. Line. 

Smith, Henry S., laborer, res 321 X. Walnut. 

Smith, Mrs. Bazel. res 213 Collinwood Ave. 

Smith, W. O., livery and teed barn, S. Chauncey. 

Snyder, Chas. H. mgr. overall factory, res 33.=> X. Line. 

Snyder, Otis, mechanic, res 511 E. Van Buren. 

.Snyder. Mrs. Osie. misiccian, res .511 E. Van Buren. 

Snyder, George, retired farmer, res E. roUin-. 

Souder, Dr. C. L., physician, now in U. S. Service. ■ 

.^order, Warren, thresher engineer, res 502 S. Line. 

Souder, Floyd C, deputy co. clerk, res 319 N. Washing- 
ton. 

Solt, Ferd, ditcher, res E. Chicago. 

.Spear. Oliver Hugh, farmer, res 3.50 N. Cha'-ncpv. 

Spaulding. Prof. C. E., supt high school, res 207 N. 
Chauncey. 

Spencer, Samuel, notion salesman, res 202 S. Washing- 
ton. 

Spencer. Frank O.. laborer, re? 202 S. Was'Mngton. 

S encer. Guy L, nisht policeman, res 115 X. Wayne. 

Spchn. Fli T., preacher and sa'dnei-. res n-wego road. 

^pohn. Clarence, laborer, res Oswego road. 

Spurrier. Alfred R.. laborer, res E. Ellsworth. 



E Raber Abstract Co. 

Modern Abstracts 



We Own the Only Complete Set of Abstract 
Books in the County. 



Office First Door South of City Hall. 

Dunivirc ( Home No. 498 
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Whitley County Telephone Company 

HOME OFFICE—COLUMBIA CITY, IND. 



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OFFICERS: 
J. D. Adams, Pres. F. F. Morsches, Vice-Pres. 

Mary S. Magley, Secy, and Treas. 
Patrick J. Maloney, Supt. A. H. Kreig. Asst. Supt 

DIRECTORS : 

S. J. Peabody W. F. McNagny Robt. A. Adams 

J. P. Raupfer John C. Myers 



itahi, Adolph F., secret ser\ice, res 100 S. Chauncey. 
Stallsmith, V\ . B., plumter, 1U7 E. Van Buren; res 501 

S. Elm. 
Standard Oil Co., tan'rs on E. Ellsworth. 
Staples, Cassius. retired, res jOI S. Chauncey. , 
Steel, Charles, laborer, res X. Brownwood. 
Steman, Frank, pumpman Pennsy Ry., res 210 Swihart. 
Steir.an, Shelly, traveling for Richards Medical Co., now 

in U. 3. Service. 
Steman, Harry, auto mechanic, now in U. S. Service. 
Sieman, Mrs. Harry, res US W. Van Buren. 
Stepl-enson, \Vm. C, restaurant man. res ]27Vi S. Miin. 
Sfevhensoff; Mrs. -A. O., lunch room. Main and Market. 
Stephenson, Guy, soft drink parlow, res 127% S. Main. 
Sticl-ler. Dr. B. F., undertaker, res 514 W. Vnn Buren. 
Stickler, Bert, driver milk route, res 60 6 E. Ellsworth. 
Stickler, J. J., laborer, res 106 X. Wayne. 
Stickler, Claud, draym?n, res 214 North St. 
Stickley, Merle, tin shop, 107 E. Van Buren, res 312 W. 

Spencer. 
Stoffer, Frank, carriage builder, res E. Hanna. 
P oodv. .Tphn M.. rlaster, res .''.51 N Chauncey. 
Stough. Charles E., farmer, res E terminal Van Buren. 
Stou?h, Edwin C, barter, res 211 E. Market. 
S^oi'gh, Knlph, telegraph lineman, res 113 X. Madison. 
Strau.sser, Jacob, laborer, res 305 E. Ellsworth. 



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Strong, E. K., attorney, 21 GM: W. Van B iren. res IJ.' 

Van Buren. 
Strong, Aaron, retired, res 207 E. Jackson. 
Strouse & Sons, clothiers, 20 2 W. Van Buren. 
Strouse, -Moses, clothier, res 501 W. Van Buren. 
.^trouse, Edgar, clothier, res 501 W. Van Buren. 
Strouse, Ralph, clothier, now in U. S. =ervice. 
Strouse, Farrold, electrical engineer, now in 1'. S. Se 

vice. 
Stump, James, implement sa'esm-'n, res "11 N. Walni 
Stuffy. \V. F.. laborer, res 215 Collinwood Ave. 
Summers, Frank S., salesman, res "07 N. Line. 
Summers. Chester, laborer, res ?03 N. Elrn. 
Sumney. W. A., carrier rural rout 10. res 12*^ N W^itle 
Sumney, John W., retired farmer, res i2fi X. WMtl'v. 
Sui erior Oarment Co.. mfg overpl's. USE. EUsv.-orth. 
Swazee, James- chaniteur, res 215 E, Van Bnren. 
S-.'irart, Tcaac. denuty sheriff, res ?''5 S. Cha"ncev. 
Swigart, Christopher,' barbershop, 219i-i W. Van Burs 



Tannehill, O. O., grocer, 114 W. Van Buren, res 410 W, 

Market. 
Tantlinger, Daniel Henry, carpenter, res 314 Hanna. 



"The Best Bread Adds to Any Meal." 

C. E. LILLICH 

THE BAKER 

Supplies his customers with only the best and de- 
livers it daily to all parts of the city. 



Cakes, Cookies and Other Goods on the Wagon. 

Special Attention Given to Orders for 

Parties and Banquets. 

Home Phone 2 102 Columbia City, Ind. 



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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



Model Laundering Co. 

SOFT WATER WASHING 



Our Family Wash Department is equipped 
to do work the best it can be done. Our 
prices are reasonable; our quality of work 
IS right. Call our office for prices on semi- 
finished work, flat work and finished 
family work. 

We are Equipped to Wash Everything-- 
Everything But the Baby. 

P. G. Anthes Phone 74 M. E. Anthes 



Taylor Chas. 0.. lunch specialist, res 127 Peabody Ave. 
Taylor, George W., hostler, res ll.i X. Washington. 
Ta;-lor, Miss Bertha, book keeper, res llo N. Washington 
Taylor, David A., laborer, res 316 X. Main. 
Taylor, John M., laborer, res 405 X. Washington. 
Thomas, A. M., ditch contra;tor, res 223 Hanna. 
Thompson, Warren, laborer, res .506 S. Oak. 
Thompson, Charles, auto mechanic, res 40S S. Walnut. 
Thompson, Frank, laborer, res 50S S. Line. 
Torbet. Oliver, Speculator, res 314 X. Chauncey. 
Travelbee, John, Pennsy ry clerk, res 105 S. Madison. 
Trembley, 3. F. Co., implement dealers, 305-07 W. Van 

Buren. 
Trembley, Samuel F., implement dealer, res 410 W. Van 

Buren. 
Tripconey, John, ry watchman, res 504 W. Ellsworth. 
Tripconey, James, farmer, res 504 W. Ellsworth. 
.Trout, Zadoe W., blacksmith, res 356 N. Chauncey. 
Trout, John, plasterer, res 356 N. Chauncey. 
Trout, Harry, carriage builder, res 216 E. Jefferson. 
Trout, Homer, laborer, res 356 N. Chauncey. 
Trout, Wni. H., laborer, res opposite Shinneman's Grove. 
Trout, George, laborer, res opposite Shinneman's Grove. 
Trout, Charles, laborer, res 441 X. Elm. 
Ti'lley, Wm. B., mechanic, res 104 X. Washington. 
Tulley, Mrs. Arminda, res 104 N. Washington. 

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Tuttle, R. & So., flouring mills. 502-504 S. Main. 
Tuttle, Caldwell W.. grain dealer, res 216 X. Line. 
Tuttle, Ransom, Mgr. flouring mill, res 216 N. Line. 
Tuttle, Ross, manual training teacher, now in U. S. Ser- 
vice. 
Tyree, Mrs. W. J., res 30 7 E. Van Buren. ■ 
The Raber Abstract Co.. 114 S. Chauncey. 
The D. M. Sears Co.. office at First National Bank. 
The Vance Canning Co.. plant near ry junction. 



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I'hleman, Julius F.. clothier, res 202 E. Market. 
L'lerich Bros., groceries and notions 105 E. Chicago. 
Ulerich. Edward, grocer nigr.. res 102 Swihart. 
Ulerich. Charles, grocer, res. 515 S. Main. 
Ulerich. Frank J., carpenter, res 515 S. Main, 
l'lerich. Miss Katherine, saleslady, res 502 E. Ellsworth, 
l'lerich. iMiss Mary, res 5 ''2 E. Ellswor'h. 
I'mmel. George A., laborer, res 406 S. Elm. 
I'mmel. John, laborer, 412 S. Chauncey. 



Vance Wm. L.. plumber and well driller, res 110 S. Madi 
Vance. Charles, fruit tree agent, res S. Walnut. 



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Guaranteed. 



^ 0mmercial Mail 



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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

Vanderford, Frank, carpenter, res 407 S. Elm. 
Vanderford, 5lay, carriage worker, res 2 08 \V. Spencer. 
Vanderman, S. A., specialty salesman, res E. Swihart. 
Vanderman, Carl C. laborer, res E. Swihart. 
Vlahas, John, confectioner, res 116 X. Whitley. 
Vought, B. J., prop Lyceum theatre, res ■ 224 E. Van 

Buren. 
Van Curen, James B., machinist, res 335 N. Main. 
Van Orsdoll, Omer, drayman, res 305 W. Jackson. 
Van Orsdoll, Wm. P., drayman, res 305 W. Jackson. 
Van Orsdoll, George, laborer, 330 N. Walnut. 
Van Orsdoll, Edward, horseman, res Oswego road. 
■>'an Orsdoll, Vrs. I. T., res 320 N. Wain t 
Van Orsdoll, Miss Ruby, bookkeeper, res 320 N. Wilnut. 
Van Ordsoll, Miss Kate, saleslady, res 320 N. Walnut. 
Van Voorst. Albert, farmer, res \. terminal Line. 
Van Wey, Stephen, laborer, res 410 S. Elm. 

Wagner, Albert, florist, res W terminal Van Buren. 

Wahl, Lewis, stone mason, res 219V3 W. Van 'Buren. 

Wahl. Caroline, domestic, res 209 E. Jackson. 

Walb, Frank, laborer, res X. Walnut. 

Walker. Willard. laborer, res 301 E. Ellsworth. 

Walker, John, laborer, res Brownwood. 

Woodworth, A. H., retired jeweler, res 10-5 E. Jefferson. 



THe Whitley County Direc- 
tory Will Sell at $2 
Per Copy 


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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

J. W. CLARK GEO. L. CLARK 

Drs. Clark & Clark 

I I THE PIONEER i i 

Veterinary Surgeons 

Have all the modern improvements and operating 
table in their City Hospital. 



Headquarters at Keiser 8t Go's. Drug Store 
Home Phone 100 Farmer's 33 

...Calls Answered Day or Night... 



Wallace, George \V., capitalist, res 302 S. Walnut. 
Wallace, Joseph, meat cutter, res .510 E. Van Buren. 
Wallace, James, laborer, res 510 E. Van Buren. 
Wallace, Jacob, laborer, res 501 X. Line. 
Wallace, Mrs. Jerry, res 402 S. Line. 
Walter. David A., county surveyor, res 215 E. Market. 
Walter. Otto, city lightman, res 51 S S. Chauncey. 
Walter, George, auto repair man, res 310 E. Market. 
Walter & Thompson, auto repair men, 322 W. Van Buren 
Walter, Grover. Builders .Supply Co., res 402 S. Oak. 
Walter. Edward D., laborer, res 107 E. Spencer. 
Walter. Frank, laborer, res 107 E. Spencer. 
Ward, John, retired farmer, res 338 N. Walnut. 
Warren. D. C. now employed in the V. S. Service. 
Washburn. John L.. specilist. res 115 E. Market. 
Washburn, Mrs. James, res 113 E. Market. 
^Vaterfall. John W.. carpenter, res 354 N, Line. 
Waterfall, W. H., architect, res 302 S. Walnut. 
■^Vaterfall, Fred, carpenter, res 348 X. Walnut. 
^^'aterfall. Carl, carjienter, res 307 W. Ellsworth. 
Watts. W. W., blacksmith, res 404 E. Ellsworth, 
^'"augh, David M., retired farmer, res 361 N. Elm. 
Vv'ayne Show Case Co.. factory terminal S. Line, 
"eaver. Elmer, laborer, res 415 E. Ellsworth. 
Wp^-er, Mrs. Mary E., res 108 McDonald Ave. 
Weber, Miss Mary, school teacher, res 108 McDonald Ave. 

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DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



JACOB PORTMAN 



Junk, Furs, and Hides of 

All Kinds, Wool and 

Feed of All Kinds 

^hj.. 401-11 South Main 

^M Yards 302 S.Whitley 

-I V'-^fjF^ Street 

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Home Phone 499 

Farmers Phone 193 




Weeks, Elmer E., carrier rural rout, res 345 N. Elm. 
Weeks. Harlan, salesman, now in U. S. Service. 
Weick, George J., boot and shoe store, 112 \V. Van Buren 
res 303 E. .Market. 

Weick, George A. sr., retired, res 112% W. Van Buren. 

Weick, William H., printer-lynotype operator, res 342 N. 
Walnut. 

Weick, Mrs. Christina, laundress, res 109 W. Ellsworth. 

Weigold, S. E., laborer, res 313 N. Walnut. 

Weigold John, laborer, res 313 N. Walnut. 

Welch. Daniel, carriage painter Supt.. res 352 X. Elm. 

Welsheimer. Fred, Overland garage Co., res 213 E. Jack- 
son. 

Welsheimer, Clarence, chauffeur, res 516 W. Spence.r 

Welsheimer. W. L., carpenter, res 407 E. Jefferson. 

Welsheimer, Everett, laborer, res 411 E. Jackson. 

Weston, Rosco, laborer, res 50S S. Line. 

Wetzel, Mrs. Emma, res i02% W. Van Buren. 

■Wetzel. Miss Carrie, bookV-=e"e', res ?C2'"- w. V n Buren 

Wetzel, Lewis, janitor Eagles, res 2231/2 W. Van Buren. 

Whipple, George, laborer, res Coesse road. 

Whipple, Edgar, laborer, res Coesse road. 

White, Fremont, bus driver, res 207 'A S. Main. 

White, Jlrs. Ada, nurse, res 411 E. Van Buren. 

Whitehead, Fred, chauffeur, res 518 E. Jackson. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



. hiteleather, D. V., attorney, res 343 N. Line. 
..hitman, Umer E., laborer, res 613 E. Ell3>vor h. 
Whiiesel, Mrs. Alice, res 21 fi E. Van Buren. 
Whitney & Stickler, undertakers and . iano dealVrs, 31S 

3 20 W. Van Buren. 
Whitney, Charles G., unde.-taLer, res 332 \. Line. 
Wiiitney, .'..iss Mary, s.enag.apliar. les ;2 .\. ' ine. 
Widdifield, Ralph, onion dealer, res 311 E. Van Buren. 
\\ iddifield, G. G., onion raiser, res 311 E. Van Buren. 
\.idi'p. Dr. B. A., retired dentist, res 214 S. C launce . 
Widup. P. p.. retired farmer, res 209 S. Walnut. 
■■ idJ.p, -Mrs. H. C, res 127 X. Elm. 
Wigent. Roy, carrier rural rout 9. res N city limits. 
V.iient, \V. R., grocer salesman, res 303 N. Walnut. 
Wi-ent, Claude, carpenter, res 303 X Walnut. 
Wigent, Mrs. John D.. res 303 X. Walnut. 
W ilcox. Clinton, bank bookkeeper, res "34 X. Main. 
Wilcox. Paul, now in the V. 3. Ser.ice. 
Wilcox. Wallace, tai mer. res S. Walnut. 
Wilcox. Miss Lucy, stenograrber, res 20S X. ^'a■!n. 

iley. Samuel, laborer, res E. Hanna. 
WiK ens. 0. P., pop corn va"on. 20.'> W. \'-in B 'r?n. r^ 

220 u w. Van Buren. 
W"ilson. Wilbert. laborer, res S03 E. V^n Buren 



Jim Gallivan 



All Classes of Horses 

Shipper of Hay and Straw 

Breeder and Dealer'in 

Registered 
Cattle 

Pay the Highest 
Price at all Times 

18 West VanBuren 

Home Phones — 558 

17 and 684 




DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 

Williams, Dr. Alice, physician, office and res 401 W. Van 

Buren. 
William?, Mrs. C. S., res 401 W. Van Buren. 
"'» illiams, Jonathan, plasterer, res 362 N. Walnut. 
Williams, Lester, carriage painter, res 352 X. Main. 
Williamson, W. W., editor Commercial-Mail, res 316 N. 

Chauncey. 
Williamson, Warren, laborer, res S12 E. Van Buren. 
Williamson^has. Pearl, tinner, res SI 2 E. Van 'Buren. 
Williamson7T3avis. carrenter, res N. Elm. 
Williamson, Miss Ethel, bookkeeper, res X. Elm. 
^' illiamson. Miss Esther, nurse, now in college. 
Willits, Eueene A., prop bakery, 11.5 S .Main, res 115 E. 

Jefterson. 
Willits, Reed X., grocery salesman, res 304 W. Jackson. 
Willits, Mrs. Edward, assistant in bakery, res 304 W. 

Jackson. 
Windle, Jndson, laborer, res South Side. 
Winegardner, Frank S., retired, res 349 X. Line. 
Wolfe, Charles, laborer, res E. Hanna. 
Wolfe. Cloyd, laborer, res E. Swihart 
■^^'olfenbereer. Leonard, cabinet maker, res W. Market. 
Wolford. C. M., Pennsy car repairer, res 115 X. Oak. 
^^'oods, Lewis, painter, now in U. S. Service. 
Woods, Lee A., painter, res 334 X. Elm. 
Woods. Samuel, painter, res E. Van Buren. 



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€\\t lEuenmg past 



Daily Established in 1896 



Weekly Established in 18S4 



Columbia City, Ind., Monday Evening April 1, 1918 
SPEED LIMIT IN THIS CITY i PAjjf Jgc ic 




75 Miles Per Hour 



Warming UP 

Bodhy Strong Candidate 

For Re-Election of 

Sheriff. 



Politics in the coun- 
ty is warming up, 
with a strong bunch 
of candidates in the 
field. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



\' orden, Melvin. carriage worker, 100 W. Ellsworth. 

Wright, W. F.. laborer, res 407 E. Jackson. 

"right, J. A., laborer, res 407 E. Jackson. 

Wi'.ncierlich, Chas. S., harware dealer, res 116 N. Wayne. 

\\'underlich, Thos. R., laborer, res 116 N. Wayne. 

Wiinderlich, Joseph, night watch, res 1 291/0 S. Main. 

Wiinderlich, Dr. Fred, dentist, now in I'. S. Service. 

\\'underlich, Mrs. Eva., res o2n N. Ciauncey. 

Wrrtsbau?h. D., laborer, res E. Van Buren. 

Wynkoop, August, well driller, res 403 S. Elm. 

V, ynkoop, Charles, grocery sale-msn, res 3'8 S. '''alni't 

\A'ynkoop. Frank, gvocerv salesman, res 20S X. Walnut 

Wynkoop, Edward, laborer, res E. Hanna. 

Wynkoop. Grover, teamster, res E termin-'l '-'anna. 

Wynkoop, Ralph, laborer, res E terminal Hinna. 



Yontz & Hallauer, grocers, 227 W. Van B'irrn. 
Yontz, Avasana, srocer, res 11.5 E. Jac' s^n. 
Yontz, Fred, bookkeeper, now in U. P. "ervice 
Yontz, Guy V., barber, res 610 W. M?r'-e* 
Yontz, Bryson. Jeweler, now in U. S. Pp-v'ce. 
Yontz, Jas. F.. salesman, res ?04 E. Market. 
Yontz. Milo. mechanist, res E. Coe=:se. 
Yontz-Baker and Grant, tonsorial ra-lors 204 W 



Home Phone 32 Farmers Phone 26 

Yontz & Hallauer 

THE CORNER GROCERY 

Are the leaders in their line and make a specialty 

of buying only the best and of handling everything 

in season. 

Staple and Fancy Groceries 

Are bought in such quantities as to secure the best 
price, and are disposed of at a small margin while 
they are fresh. Country Produce we always pay 
the highest market price for. and supply our trade 

with the best that can be bought. 

Make our store your headquarters corner Van 

Buren and Line Streets, Columbia City, Ind. 



DIRECTORY OF COLUMBIA CITY 



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Buren. 
Young, Edward, pool room, 20S W. Van Buren, res 365 

\. Line. 
Young, Fred, ast. in pool room, res N. Walnut. 
Young, Bryle, laborer, res 365 N. Line. 
Young, David, teamster, res 921 E. Van Buren. 
Young, Eugene, mechanic, res 921 E. Van Buren. 



Zae'harias, T. D., confectioner, res 116 X. Whitley. 
Zeller, Isaac, retired, res Sl6 S. Main. 
Zumbrun, E. H., laborer, res 210 N. Oak. 




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The Farmers Mutual Telephone Com- 
pany offer the people of Whitley and 
adjoining Counfies the use of : : : ; : 



3 1850 PHONES E 



In actual service at this date, 
exchanges at 



With 



Columbia City, South Whitley, 

Larwill, Laud and Etna 

All new up-to-date lines, switch boards and equip- 
ment. With Postal Central Union and Independ- 
ent long distance connections, thus giving access 
at reasonable rates to all important cities and 
points in the United States. 

ALBERT BUSH, President 
R. R. SCOTT, Manager T. M. SCOTT, Siipt. 

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DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 



South Whitley, Ind. 



SOUTH WHITLRY, originally Springfield, is the old- 
est town of the county, it having been laid out in the fall 
of 1S3S. It is the second largest town in Whitley County, 
having a population of about 1,400. It is located in the 
southwest part of the County, in what is known as the Eel 
River Valley. The country surrounding the town is as 
sood farming land as can be found in the state of Indiana. 

The land which is now a part of South Whitley was 
entered by Henry S. Gobin on the loth day of October, 
ISn.j. It was sold on the 16th day of July. 1S30, to Jos- 
eph Parrett, Jr., who very soon afterwards platted the 
original town site of Springfield, it containing ten lots. 
Mr. Parrett erected the first hotel and it was of hewen 
logs. His geniality caused many travelers to stop with 
him. Corn bread, potatoes and wild game generally con- 
stituted the bill of fare. 

The postomce was at the first named Sou*h \\Tiitley, 
and soon the town became known by the same name, 
but was not legally changed until it was incorporated in 
the early part of the year 1S9-1. The first postmaster was 
David 'D. Parrett, and the mail was then carried from 
Lagro through South Whitley to Columbia City by private 
conveyance. William Fox is the pres?nt postmaster and 
is most accommodating to the patrons and public. 

The business men are wide-awake and en'oy a very 
liberal patronage. They have the advantage of the Pan- 
handle and Nicked Plate railways, and are able to directly 
reach many of the leading markets of the world. 

The manufacturing concerns are the Grip Nut M'lls. 
Stave and Heading Mills, Saw Mills, Machine Shops, 
Overall Factor and the Creamery that help furnish em- 
ployment to the people of the vicinity. 

The town has a good waterworks plant and sewerage 
system. The mercantile branches are well looked after 
by able and competent men. The town, has two banks, 
and 0. Gandy & Co., who operate one. pay out large sums 
for grain and seeds at home as well as at otherpoints. 
The schools are as good as can be found anywhere, and 
are in charee of a competent corps of teachers. The town 
has three churches — the ^'ethodist. Baptist and United 
Brethren — all with good congregations. 

The town is also fully blessed with secret societies, 
and a stranger can always find a friend in the enterpris- 
ing town. 

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DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 



Allen, Oliver C, laborer, res Clapptown. 
Amber, Russell, produce buyer, State, res State. 
Atoz Printing Co., pamphlets and bindery, Broad St. 



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Baird, George W., laborer, res Calhoun. 

Baker, Lizzie, millinery. State, res same. 

Baker, Jennett, res State. 

Baker, Rachael, res State. 

Barnhart, Charles, horse buyer, res Main. 

Bayman, Alfred, garage. State, res same. 

Beck, Kilman, junk dealer, State, res State. 

Beeching, J. E., machine shop, near Van depot, res :Main 

Beeson, Henry X., machinist, res State. 

Benner, Henry, laborer, res -Main. 

Benner, William A., laborer, res Clappton. 

Benner, Aden A., electrician, res Calhoun. 

Benner, Mrs. Mary Ellen, widow, res Front. 

Bentz, William F., laborer, res W. State. 

Bentz, Oliver P., laborer, res Front. 

Blain, Charles, laborer, res Jefferson. 



" The Old Time Druggist " 

D. C. SCOTT 

Always greets you with a smile when 

entering his place of business, and he 

is ready to give you service. 



IL. 



Drugs, Patent Medicines, Paints, 

Oils, Wall Paper, Lamps, Cut 

Glass, School Books, Cigars 

and Tobaccos. 

Daily Papers and Magazines 

South Whitley, Ind. 



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DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 



Bollinger, O. A., nigr. Farmers Telephone Co., res Wayne 

Bollinger, George, painter, res Line. 

Bonebrake, John L., engineer, res Calhoun. 

Booker, Rev., pastor Baptist church, res Jefferson. 

Bower, Noah, laborer, res W. Buffalo. 

Bower, Mrs. Cora, widow, res Line. 

Bowdy, Wilbur, pool room. State, res Line. 

Brandenburg, Virgil, nigr Farmers Elevator, res country. 

Brenneman, Isaac, civil war veteran, at Soldiers Home. 

Bricker, Victor, laborer, res Collamer. 

Broach, Charles P., civil war vet., res State. 

Brower. Roy, laborer, res Line. 

Prower, Ralph, laborer, res Line. 

Brower, John, laborer, res Line. 

Buckingham, L. D.. pool room. State, res Collamer. 

Bugsley. Fred, laborer, W. Main. 

Bushnell, Mrs. Indiana, bookkeeper, res State. 

Burch, R. B., auto livery, res State. 



Caskey. L. C... laborer, res Main. 
Castator, M. R., laborer, res State. 
Chadwick, A. B., supt Grip Xut Co., res 
Chapman, Delbert, laborer, res Main. 
Chaiiman, Sanford T., civil war veteran, i 
Christ. Ward, drayman, res Main. 



0. Gandy & Co. 

Grain, Seed 

and Coal 



We handle all kinds of Feed and Seeds 

and are always in the market for 

grain. Office in the GANDY 

STATE BANK, SOUTH 

WHITLEY. 

Home Phone No. 5 Farmers No. 25 



DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 

City Flouring Mills, grain, flour and feed, Front St. 

Clapp, M. W., laborer, res Calhoun. 

Clapp, ilartin R., civil war veteran, res Calhoun. 

Cleveland, Mrs. Mary E., widow, res Main. 

Collett, James, retired farmer, res Line. 

Combs, Ward L., laborer, res Line. 

Compton, Lyman C, farm and stock, res Maple. 

Conipton. Mrs. Ellen, widow, res Maple. 

Compton, Miss Elton Dell, res Calhoun. 

Cook, \V. D., civil war veteran, res Front. 

Cordill, William H., stone mason, res Jefferson. 

Cordill, Harley R., hardware, State, res Jefferson. 

Cordill, Clifton, laborer, res Gravel. 

Cordill, Harry, laborer, res \V. Buffalo. 

Cordwill. Mrs. Eugene, widow, res Jefferson. 

Cotton, Clarence, laborer, res Water. 

Crist, A. L., millwright, ;-es Main. 

Cray, Miss Sarah, dressmaker. State; res same. 

Cunningham, J. «., Editor Tribune, res Main. 



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Daniels, Thos. E., carrier rural route, res Line. 

Dickerhoff, Peter, civil war veteran, res Front. 

Dickerhoff, George W., laborer, res Front. 

Dohner, Mrs. Hanna, widow, res Line. 

Drake, Randolph R., mgr Standard Oil, res Line. 

Duggins, H. M., laborer, res State. 

Duggins, I. R., laborer, res State. 



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Eakright, George W., laborer, res Line. 

Easton, John W., retired, res South Side. 

Eberhard, Dr. Eli L., physician and surgeon, res Maple, 

Eberhard, Dr. Fred, now in U. S. Service. 

Edwards, P. A., farmer and lumber dealer, res Main. 

Edwards, Mrs. Frances R., widow, res State. 

Edwards, Miss Victora E., res State. 

Eisaman, Ralph T.. laborer, res Jefferson. 

Emerson, Milton E., real estate. State; res State. 

Emerson, Mrs. Elma, widow, res State. 

Ensley. Ellsworth E., telegraph operator, res Line. 

Essig, Theodore, grocer. Market; res same. 

Essig, David, poultry and truck farm, res Front. 

Evans, James E., barber, res Line. 

Evans, Lee W., postofl^ce clerk, res Buffalo. 



Farmers State Bank, State. 
Fager, Mrs. Voshti, widow, res Main. 
Farmers Elevator Co., buyers of grain, sell flour 
cement and tile, Ry junction. 



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DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 



Feagler, Frank, miller, City mills, res Line. 

Fetro, Herman E., auto livery, res Randolph. 

Fetro, John T.. minister retired, res Line. 

Finch. John, laborer, res Front. 

Finch, George Edward, engineer, res Buffalo. 

Fisher, Robert, undertaker. State; res Maple. 

Fletcher, Mrs. Susan, widow, res Calhoun. 

Fosler, Clem D., painter, res State. 

Fosler, H. S.. farmer, res Main. 

Fowler, W. E., draughtsman, res Main. 

Fox, William B.. postmaster, res Calhoun. 

Fox, Fred, drug clerk, res Calhoun. 

Fox, Frank E., cashier Farmers bank, res Liri 

Fox, Lyman C, carrenter, res State. 

Fox, Hugo, musician, res State. 



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Gable, David, retired farmer, res Calhoun. 

Candy State Bank, general banking business, S:ate. 

Gandy, O. & Co., buys grain and seeds, own Xickle Plate 

Elevators. 
Geist. Clyde, laborer, res Front. 
Geist, 'Willis, laborer, res Buffalo. 

Gerrard, .M. C., plumber and tinner. State; res Church. 
Ginder, Peter, retired farmer, res Collamer. 
Gingher, David, laborer, res Line. 
Glassley Dry Goods Co., general merchandise. State. 
Glassley, Jesse A., merchant, res Maple. 
Glassley, Harry, merchant, res Mullberry. 
Glassley. Russell L., merchant, res Maple. 
Glassley. John .\lba, salesman, res Maple. 
Glassley. Mrs. Sarah, widow, res Maple. 
Goff, Edward, farmer, res Line. 
Goff, -Mrs. Rosaline, widow, res Maple. 
Goff, J. C. laborer, res Calhoun. 
Grahm, Cash M., farm manager, res Line. 
Green & Snyder, meat market. State. 
Green. .Marion, butiher, res State. 
Grimes, Ford, speculator. State; res Main. 
Grimes, Irving, pool room. State; res Main. 
Grip Nut Co., M'fj'rs. By Sundries, Manle St. 
Gross, Isaac, carrier rural route, res Mullberry. 
Gross. Mrs. Sarah, res Calhoun. 

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Harbage, William E., civil war veteran, res Buffalo. 

Hardingham, Rev. M. L., Methodist pastor, res .Maple. 

Hardy, Arthur E., machinist, res Maple. 

Harley, Oliver, carrier rural route 2, res Calhoun. 

Harley, George W., retired, res Calhoun. 

Harley, George Arthur. Ry bill cle'-k. res Calhoun. 

Hapner, Harvey, laborer, res Buffalo. 

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DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 



The Glassley Dry Goods Company 

SOUTH WHITLEY, IND. 



^^*^ Dry Goods, "^J. 

W Clothing, Boots W 

H and Shoes, Ladies Ji 

and Gents Furnishings. 

In fact everything kept in a first-class store. Best 
goods and lowest prices. 

SOUTH WHITLEY, IND. 



Hart, Ur. Bruce D., physician and surgeon, res ^lain. 

Hart, Lewis, laborer, res Calhoun. 

Harshman, W. H., laborer, res Water. 

Hathaway, Walter R., laborer, res Line. 

Havens, Ale.xander D., drayman, res Line. 

Havens, Harry C. machinist, now in U. S. Service. 

Heagy, William E., drayman, res MuUberry. 

Helsel, Samuel, harness maker, res Main. 

Henry, Mrs. Sadie C, res Front. 

Hidy, Frank X., laborer, res Line. 

Hoerdt, Lewis, laborer, res Calhoun. 

Holmes, Rev. J. N., pastor United Bretheran, res Wayne. 

Hower, Mrs. George W., widow, res Wavne. 

Howenstine, Charles F., carpenter, res Line. 

Huffman, Mrs. Mary A., widow, res Buffalo. 

Huehes, Thomas X., retired farmer, res Maple. 

Hull, Orvis E., real estate and hay dealer, res Front. 

Hull & Emerson, real estate and hay dealers, S'ate. 

Humphrey, Lemuel C, paper hanger, res Calhoun. 

Hyser, John, laborer, res Line. 

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Ibrig, .Miss Vivian, stenographer and bank clerk, res State 

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Jellison, Thomas, justice of peace, res Rand 
Jellison, Miss .Mable C, res Randolph. 
Jewell, Leander W., laborer, res Line. 
Jeuett, Charles, hardware. State; res Maple. 
Johnson, Mrs. Eva, res Main. 
Judson West Co., general merchants. State. 



Kaler, Henry, carpenter, res Main. 

Karnes, J. E.. laborer, res .Main. 

Kasner, Mrs. Luretta V., widow, res Maple. 

Keel, Zach, laborer, res Front. 

Keenan, Joseph, retired, res Park. 

Keiser, JSIrs. Barbra A., widow, res Calhoun. 

Keller, George F., laborer, res Broad. 

Keller, Loston J., blacksmith, res Line. 

Kelly. Oliver F., photographer, studio and res State. 

Kemery, John, laborer, res Park. 

Kenzie, Mrs. Martha, widow, res Jefferson. 

Kepi)ler, Jacob, laborer, res Line. 

Keppler, George E.. painter, res Collamer. 

Keppler, John F., carpenter contractor, res Buckeye. 

Kinsel, \Villia,m section foreman, res State. 

Kitch, il. L, gardner, res >!ilton. 

Kite, Wiley, laborer, res Buckeye. 

Kite, Mrs. Mary, widow, res Milton. 

Kosis, Frank, laborer, res Calhoun. 

Kreig, Alvin H., mgr. HoTue Telephone Co., res Mail 

Krei?, Edward, retired, res State. 

Kreig, Anna M., teacher, res Maple. 

Kreig, Mrs. Delia, widow, res Jefferson. 

Krider, Jacob, stock buyer, res Line. 



Lancaster, William S.. laborer, res N. Main. 

Lancaster, Ralph P., laborer, res Line. 

Lansdown, A. H.. retired farmer, res Mai'le. 

Lansdown. Fred, laborer, res Maple. 

Lee, George, lumber and builders hardware. Front; res 

Line. 
Lee, Roy, salesman, res Line. 
Lefler, A. B., machinist, res Calhoun. 
Lehman, Wm. H., blacksmith, res Market. 

Lehman, Adam D.. laborer, res Main. ] 

Lehman. Charles, barber, res Wayne. ■ j 

Lehman. Clyde, barber, res Main. - ] 

Leedy, Walter, laborer, res Calhoun. - ' ■! 

Leslie, John W., laborer, res Calhoun. ' j 



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DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 



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Sunshine 
Flour ^ 

THe Best Ever 

City Flour Mills 

South Whitley, Ind. 



I-eslie, Abraham I., laborer, res Buffalo. 
Leslie, Grover, horse trade. 
Lesley, W. A., laborer, res Smith. 
Letchenwalter, ilrs. Lillie, res State. 



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-Martin, Walter, traffic mgr. O. Gandy &. Co., res Main. 

Martin, A. L.. harness store. State; res Mullberry. 

-Martin, Mrs. Sarah, widow, res -Main. 

-Martz, C. C, produce buyer, res Front. 

Maston, \V. H. & Son, hardware and implements. State. 

-Maston, W. H.. hardware merchant, res .Main. 

Maston, Glen H.. hardware merchant, res Main. 

Maston, Elmer E., grocer. State; res same. 

Maurer, Henry J., shoemaker, res Front. 

Mayer, Theodore, capitalist, res .Maple. 

Mayer, Moses, with Gandy State Bank, res Maple. 

JIayer, Lewis, with Gandy State Bank, res Maple. 

McConnell, Walter L.. laborer, res State. 

VcConnell, .Tohn. retired farmer, res Line. 

^fcDonald. Cal., laborer, res :Main. 

>'cnieniion, \Vm. Floyd, laborer, res State. 

"'IrGlennon, Michael, bakery and restaurant, State; res 



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same. 
Merriman, L. M., carrier rural route 4, res Calhoun, 
iletz, Omer, farmer, res Main. 
Metz, Mrs. Fannie, widow, res Main. 
Metzger, Mrs. Anna, widow, res State. 
Miller, David C, jeweler, res Wayne. 
Miller, Judson H., printer, res Calhoun. 
-Miller, Earl, signal foreman, res Front. 
Miller, Emerson, engineer, res Jefferson. 
Miller, Jesse, laborer, res .MuUberry. 
Miller, C. L., dentist, State; res Front. 
Miller, Rov, undertaker. State; res Maple. 
Miller. Miss Maude E., telephone operator, res Jefferson. 
Miller, Lorenzo, laborer, res Main, 
^'iner, Mrs. Mary Beeson, res State. 
Moe. Francis B., attorney at law, State; res JIaple. 
Moe' Miss Florence Ethel, teacher, res Maple. 
>'onanii Lodge, Knight of Pythias, State. 
Myers, Lloyd L., clerk, res Wayne, 
■^'yers, Fred, buttermaker, res Collamer. 
Myers, Jacob, prop .5 and 10c. store, State; res same. 
Mvers, Homer, laborer, res Collamer. 
Myers, Mrs. Caroline, widow, res Collamer. 

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Xet Mrs. Carrie A., widow, res Wayne. 
Nichols. William, car|;enter contractor, res Broad. 
Nichols. Rav, carpenter, res Main. 
Xorris, Wm. F., druggist. State; res State. 
Xorris, Samuel, retired farmer, res State, 
ynrris. Mrs. Jennie, widow, res Jefferson. 
Northern Indiana Egg & Poultry Co., Line 
Nutter, B. F., laborer, res State. 

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Obenrhain, A. L., insurance and hotel, res Maple. 
Obenchain. Ralph, attorney at law, res Maple. 
O'renchain, John M., laborer, res Front. 
Ohenchain, William, horseman, res Wayne. 
Osborne Bros, garage and repair shop, S. State. 



Parrott, Phil, civil war veteran, res State. 
Parrott, Alva, liveryman, res Main. 
Parrott, J. E., laborer, res Main. 
Pence, Allen, civil war veteran, res State. 
Pence, Marion, laborer, res Jefferson. 

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1 ence, Harry N., laborer, res Jefferson. 
Pence, Mrs. Anna, widow, res Jefferson. 
Pritchard, Walter, laborer, res Line. 
Pritchard, Reece, laborer, res Maple. 
Prugh, John, laborer, res Line. 
Priigh, C. F.. v\atchman, res Calhoun. 
Prugh, B. F., retired farmer, res Line. 

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Raber, John H., mgr. City .Mills, res Calhoun. 

Reed, Dora, seamstress, res Main. 

Reese, E. F., signal maintaince, res N. Line. 

Reese, Morrison, candy store, State; res State. 

Remington, James E., retired, res Calhoun. 

Rhody, Mike, section foreman, res Buffalo. 

Richer, Dr. Jesse .\1., dential parlors. State; res Main. 

'Richardson. Willard, shoe maker, res Calhoun. 

Richerd, Fred M., laborer, res Collamer. 

Ridlow, George H., machinist, res Line. 

Riegle, R. R., merchant tailor. State; res Wayne. 

Riegle, W. S., clerk, res Wayne. 

Rivetts, E. M., laborer, res Line. 

Robbins. Mrs. Ella M., widow, res Wayne. 

Rodgers, Ralph \V., telegraph operator, res Walnut. 

Rollins, E. J., laborer, res Calhoun. 

Roush, Frank, clerk, res Front. 

Roush, J. W.. restaurant, State; res Calhoun. 

Rupley, Morton G., blacksmith shop, S. State; res State. 

Rupley. Hulbert, blacksmith, res South Side. 

Rupley, Leon, blacksmith, res South Side. 



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Saylor, H. M., laborer, res Mullberry. 

Seymore, B. F., stone mason, war veteran, res Front. 

Scott, Durant C, drug store. State; res State. 

Scott, Otto P., laborer, res Jefferson. 

Sherer, Peter, laborer, res Buffalo. 

Shinbeckler, Homer, carrier rural route 3, res Front. 

Shriver , Levi, farmer, res Market. 

Shriver, Urben C, farmer, res Market. 

Shriver, Mrs. Edna, widow, res Maple. 

Shriver, Miss Ella, res Randolph. 

Shorb, John, baker, res Broad. 

Sickafoose, Gilbert J., laborer, res Line. 

Sickafoose, Wesley, carpenter, res State. 

Sickafoose, James E., bank clerk, res State. 

Sivits, Albert L., laborer, res Front. 

Slagle, Aruthur, plumber, well repairs, State; res Calhoun 

Smith, Sidney, painter, res State. 

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Smith, Sarah E., teacher, res Calhoun. 

Snyder, Firmer, butcher, res Water. 

Snyder, Isaac, laborer, res Front. 

Sowers, Dr. John H., physician and surgeon, res Front. 

Spiker, Amos C, laborer, res Calhoun. 

Spohnauer, David, retired farmer, res Line. 

Springfield I. O. O. F. lodge, State. 

Standard Oil Co., tanks Line. 

Stanley, John, laborer, res Wayne. 

Steel, W. S., mgr. Western Union Telegraph Co., r 

■State. 
Steller. Charles C, candy store. State: res Main. 
Stumi). Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, res "Randolph. 
Swafford, Ira, baker, res Line. 
Swanson, Carl, laborer, res Jefferson. 
Swanson, Mrs. Mattie K., widow, res Jefferson. 
Svartz, Mr?. .Alice K., v. idow, res Main. 
Swihart, John, with Farmers bank, res Front. 



Tilhert, Oeorge ir.. agent Xickle Plate, res Collar 
Tillman. David E., grocer. State: res Wayne. 
Tillman, Xoah, laborer, now in U. S. Service. 
Tr"nip. C. F.. me-chant tailor. Sta'e, res Main. 
Tri'm:\ Joseph, machinist, res Main. 
Trunin, Mrs. John, widow, res Calhoun. 
Tvumo. Web, laborer, res Broad. 
Trumi), Cortez, laborer, res Main. 
Tschantz, Joseph -M., laborer, res Main. 



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\er. res Market, 
retired farmer, res Maple. 



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Wagner. Roy, assistant postmaster, res Line. 

Waener. Franklin, farmer, res Randolph. 

U'aener. Valentine, laborer, res Randolph. 

Walker. Mrs. Charles, widow, res Line. 

Wnlnole, Frank, car repairer, res Calhoun. 

^''alpole. Miss Sarah, teacher, res Calhoun. 

Ward, Hubert, laborer, res Calhoun. 

Warner, Harmon. Farmers hank, res Front. 

Warner. Lloyd H., auto salesman, res Calhoun. 

v^n Wey. Frank. laborer, res First. 

Webster, Dr. M. W., physician and surgeon, res Calhoun. 

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Weiner, Abe, gents furnishing goods, State; res Mull- 
berry. 

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West, Judson, dry goods merchant, State: res Maple. 
West, Benedict K., retired farmer, res Calhoun. 
Weybright, Harley, insurance, res Line. 
WeVbright, Elton fW., laborer, res Front. 
Whittenberger, Mrs. Catherine, widow, res Line. 
Wilcoxson, Ervin, farmer, res Broad. 
Williams, Mrs. Margaret A., widow, res Line. 
Wilson, Albert C, laborer, res Buffalo. 



Yeager, C. E., retired farmer, res Line. 
Yeager, Mrs. Anna, widow, res Front. 
Yeager, R. D., salesman, res Main. 
Yockey, Arthur W., laborer, res Maple. 
Yockey, Charles, jitney bus operator, res Front. 




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DIRECTORY OF SOUTH WHITLEY 



Farmers' Elevator Co. 

SOUTH WHITLEY, IND. 



Always Pay the Highest Market 
Price for 

...Grain and Seeds... 



We Sell the Best Flour, 

All Kinds of Feeds 
Coal, Cement, Tile, Etc. 

We Make and Save You Money. A Trial 
Will Convince You. 



BOTH PHONES i i 



W. C. Grocock, President 

Virgil Brandenburg, Mgr. 

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DIRECTORY OF CHURUBUSCO 



Churubusco, Ind. 



CHL:RIBUSC0 is a thriving town located in .the 
northeast part of Whitley County in Smith township, and 
has a population of probably 1,2U0 inhabitants. The east 
corporate line is within a half mile of the Allen county 
line, and the Noble county border is only two miles north 
of the enterprising business place, thus the hustling busi- 
ness men many times have patrons of the three counties 
in their places at one time. 

\\ illiam B. Walker and David Craig settled on land 
in ISJo that was subsequently laid out and platted as the 
towns of Union and Franklin in about 1S53, that part 
south of the railroad being known as Union and the 
north part Franklin., When the first work was done on 
the Detroit, Eel River and Illinois railway, now known as 
the Panhandle system, it was then that the name of Chu- 
rubusco was adopted. 

The town grew steadily after the building of the rail- 
road, and the business men of today are reliable and ac- 
commodating. The town has a splendid electric light 
plant and waterworks system that is owned by Miss Josie 
Kingdom, both being liberally patronized. The volunteer 
lire department, composed of engine, hose, hook and lad- 
der companies, responds to all calls so that the town has 
never experienced any great conflagrations. 

The saw mill industry and the Fisk manufacturing 
company furnish employrcent for a large force of work- 
men. The Exchange bank, owned and operated by O. 
• landy & Co., and the Farmers State Bank, are the finan- 
cial institutions. The O. Gandy & Co. own and operate 
the erain elevators, and are interested at South Whitley, 
Areola, and over the state, they being engaged in real es- 
tate, as well as other hisiress. 

In Smith township, in which Churubusco is situated, 
the first church society of the county was organized in 
the year 1838. being of Methodist denomination. Today 
Churubusco has three church buildings, the Methodist, 
I'nited Brethren and Baptist, and each has a good mem- 
bership. 

The schools are ranked in first place and are m 
charge of a competent corps of teachers. The leading 
secret societies are all represented and each order has a 
goodly number of the leading people enrolled. 



DIRECTORY OF CHURUBUSCO 



.-^clley. Theodore, laborer, res Whitley. 

Amick, James, laborer, res .Mill. 

Anderson, AUie A., restaurant, S. Main: res same. 

Arnold. William, laborer, res Pleasant. 

Arthur, Geo. F., & Son, horsemen and livery, N. Main. 

Arthur. George F., horseman, res Main. 

Arthur. Curtis, horseman, res Main. 

Arthur. Mrs. Lola A., widow, res Line. 

Arthur. Mrs. 'Rachel, widow, res Main. , 



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Eair. Chauncey, carrier rural mail, res Whitley. 

Bair, Lin, laborer, res S. Main. 

E?ir. John, laborer, res Line. 

Bair, Mrs. Sarah, domestic, res Line. 

Bair. Charles, carpenter, res Whitley. 

Bareus, Mrs. Sarah, widow, res Mill. 

Parnhart, William H., retired farmer, res S. Main. 

Beavers, S. W.. meat market. Main: res E. Whitley 

Berhtoldt. Adam, laborer, res X. Main. 

Bennett. X. F.. carpenter, res Pleasant. 

P.ennett. Mrs. Louise, widow, res Pleasant. 

Benward, Edward C, insurance a<?ent. res .Whi'ley 

Fenward, Arthur, barber, res Whitley. 

Benward. Chatles. soldier, now in V. S .Service. 



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Exchange 
Bank 

CHURUBUSCO. IND. 

General Banking 

Commercial Paper 
Mortgage Loans and 

Real Estate 

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DIRECTORY OF CHURUBUSCO 



Ben.vard, Clarence, pharmist, res Whitley. 
Bejer, Charles, carpenter, res S. Main. 
Beyer, John, soldier, now in the U. S. Service. 
Eloom. Walter A., laborer, res S. Main. 
Bloom, Firmer, soldier, now in the U. S. Service. 
Eoggs, George H., laborer, res Line. 
Tonar, Richard D., carpenter, res MuUberry. 
Ecsler, Miss Florence, res X. Main. 

Bradburry, Rev. J. H., pastor Baptist church, res Mull- 
berry. 
Brewer, Albert, baker, res Mullberry. 
"ridegan, John, laborer, res Pleasant. 

Briggs, Dr. Jesse H., physician and surgeon, res Whitley. 
BriTgs & Benward, drug store. Main. 
Briggs, Fred, laborer, res Whitley. 
Brooks, James D.. retired, res S. Main. 
Brown. Mrs. Charles, widow, res Main. 
Brubaker, Otto, soldier, now in the U. S. Service. 
Rrubaker, James, laborer, res W^hitley. 
Brumbaugh, George W., liveryman, res W^ashington. 
Brumbaugh, Virgil, laborer, res Mullberry. 
Brumbaugh, Harry D.,- laborer, res Washington. 
Pr -nton. Jesse H., soldier, now in U. S. Service. 
Prunton. Harrison, tinner, res S. Main. 
Bryan, John A., laborer, res N. ilain. 
Prvpn. Farl. laborer, res X. Main. 

Budd, Thomas E.. pres. Farmers State Bank, res N. Line. 
Pumgardner, Weldon, teleeraph operator, res N. Line. 
Bum?-ardner, Harlev C, Panhandle Agt., res N. Main. 
Prnting. Henry, laborer, res Mill. 
Prnvan. Epimitt. laborer, res Main. 
Burden. George W., night police, res Whitley. 
R'ri'ell, Walter !<".. hardware merchant, res Main. 
Buttermore, David M., athlete, now in U. S. Service. 



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Chase, Mrs. Mary, widow, res Mullberry. 

Christopher, John G., section foreman, res Mullberry. 

Claxton, Charles W,, laborer, res Mullberry. 

Cleland, Daniel W., carpenter, res Line. 

Clingerman, Xathan, laborer, res X. Line. 

Clingerman, .Mrs. Amanda, widow, res X. Line. 

Clingerman, Melvin, laborer, res N. Line. 

Compton, Virgil, laborer, res Whitley. 

Coulter, Mrs. Jlary il.. widow, res Line. 

Coulter, Lawrence, salesman, res Line. 

Coverstone, Lester, laborer, res N. Line. 

Coverstone, Isaac, laborer, res Line. 

Crabill, L. D., confectionary and cigars, Main; res Line. 

r'-Ti", Ira, laborer, res S. Main. 

Craig, James S., retired farmer, res Main. 

Cramer, Mrs. Mary, widow, res Main. 

Crawford, H. C, mgr Star theatre, res S. Main. 



DIRECTORY OF CHURUBUSCO 



Criswell, Dr. John F., physician and surgeon, res Main. 
Criswell, \Vm. H., drug store, Main, res Mullberry. 
Crow, John H., carpenter, res Dugley. 
Cutter, Homer A., blacltsmith shop, X. Main; res Whitley. 

Davis, Robert S., laborer, res Mill. 

Davis. Elmer, laborer, res Pleasant. 

Davis, Isaac, to\\n marshall, res Pleasant. 

Deardorf, Mrs. M. E.. widow, res Line. 

Deck, John F., laborer, res Pleasant. 

l_.eem, John M., retired farmer, res S. Main. 

Deland, Delmer, L., salesman, res S. Main. 

Diller, .Martin L., head sawyer, res Line. 

Diller, George W.. laborer, res Line. 

Ditmore, Henry A., retired farmer, res Line. 

Doming, Daniel, laborer, res Main. '■ 

Doming, Frank, laborer, res Pleasant. 

Dowell, Ervine E.. laborer, res Pleasant. 

Downey, O. H., editor The Truth, res Main. 

Du'Jley, Mrs. Lacretis, widow, res Main. 

Dugley, Walter E., laborer, res TuUey. 

Dull, Allison, engineer, res Mill. 

Dull, George, laborer, res Railroad. 



ORT BROTHERS 

GENERAL MERCHANTS 



Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, 

Gents' Ready to Wear and Groceries. 



CHURUBUSCO, IND. 



Easley, J. B., wood worker, res S. Main. 

Earaick, James, laborer, res Mill. 

Eamick, Clamont, carpenter, res Mill. , 

Ellis, Christopher, laborer, res Whitley. 

Emerick, Sylvester, stock buyer, res Whitley, 

Emerick. Harry H., farmer, res Whitley. 

Exchange State Bank, general banking business, .Main. 



Farmers State Bank, general banking business. Line. 
Fisher. Henry, laborer, res Whitley. 
Fisher, Thomas, retired farmer, res Whitley. 
Fisk :\Ianufacturing Co., wooden ^jroducts. Railroad. 
Fisk, Frank M., factory foreman, res S. Main. 
Fogle, Frank, granite dealer, Line, res N. Main. 
Frank, Dr. 0. P., physician and surgeon, res Line. 
Frazier, Charles, grocer. Main, res Line. 
Frazier, Mrs. Mable, millinery, Main, res Main. 
Fulk, John C, laborer, res Whitley. 
FuUman, Patrick, plumber. Main, res Main. 
FuUman, John, well contractor, res Main. 



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Gaff, Victor, soldier now in U. S. Service. 
Gandy cS: Co., prop's. Exchange bank. Main. 
Gandy Grain Co., elevators. Railroad st. South Whitley 
and Areola. 



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LEO ISAY 

THe Store Reliable 

Clothing, Dry Goods and Shoes 

of Standard Quality. Country 
Produce, Seeds and Wool. 

CHURUBUCO, IND. 

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DIRECTORY OF CHURUBUSCO 



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H. R. HULL 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Light and Heavy Harness, 
Custom Made Harness 

REPAIRING A SPECIALTY. 
CHURUBUSCO, IND. 
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C-andy, Oscar, capitalist, res N. Main. 

Gandy, Frank, cashier Exchange bank, res N. Main. 

Gandy, Elmer p., grian dealer, res Main. 

Gandy, Perry, farmer, res MuUherry. 

Gandy, ilrs. Emma D.. insurance, res N. Main. 

Garrison. Romanzo, retired farmer, res Mullberry. 

Gates, Prof. Lloyd P.. Supt. high schools, res N. Line. 

Geiger, Edward, general merchant. Main, res Whitley. 

Gei?er. James W., retired, res E. Whitley. 

Geiger, Mrs. W. A., widow, res Main. 

Cieiger, Mrs. Catherine, widow, res Main. 

Geiger, Miss Alta L, saleslady, res E. W*hitley. 

Geisking, Floyd, laborer, res Mill. 

Glatzer, Louis, soldier, now in l\ S. Service. 

Goodman, John P., salesman, res Mullberry. 

Gordon. John, retired farmer, res E. Whitley. 

Green. Irvin, laborer, res Main. 

Growcock, Dr. Oscar D., veterinary surgeon, res Line. 

Growcock, John, salesman, res Pleas 

Gump, George W., laborer, res Main. 



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Harrold, William, laborer, res Line. 
Harter, William, blacksmith, res Pleasant. 
Harter, Charles W.. salesman, res S. Main. 
Harter, Wingdon, laborer, res Pleasant. 

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DIRECTORY OF CHURUBUSCO 



Hartford Service Garage, Line. 
Hawk Brothers, garage, Whitley. 
Hawk, William H., carrier rural mail, res Mullberry. 
Hawk, Milo, auto machinest, res Pleasant. 
Hawk, Christopher, plasterer, res Pleasant. 
Heffelfinger, Jack T., laborer, res N. Main. ■ 
Heftelfinger, J. K., laborer, res Whitley. 
Helblig, John, laborer, res Whitley. 
Helsper, Fred, laborer, res S. Main. 
Henning, George, retired farmer, res Mill. 
Herron, Emanuel, salesman, res Douglas. 
Hildebrand, Henry, retired farmer, res Whitley. 
Hitsman, H. L., lumberman, res Mill. 
Hooverstock, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, res X. Line. 
Hull, Hollie R., harness store. Main, res Whitley. 
Hyndman, J. A., laborer, res Main. 
Hyndman, -Mrs. Mary, widow, res Main. 



Imes, Mrs. Julia E., widow, res S. Main. 
Isay, Leopold, general merchandise. Main, re 
Isay, Oscar M., soldier, now In U. S. Service. 



Jackson, A. M., salesman, res Main. 

Jackson, Eliager, laborer, res Line. 

Jackson, Mrs. Laura, widow, res Main. 

Jacquay. William, laborer, res Mullberry. , ' 

Jeffries, Gilbert, laborer, res Whitley. ' , ■ 

Jeqries, Mrs. Josephine, res X. Main. 

Jeffries, Mrs. Sarah A., res Whitley. 

Jeffries, Henry, laborer, res Whitley. 

Jeffries, Walker W., laborer, res Whitley. 

Jeffries, Albert A., laborer, res Whitley. 

Jetmore, Joseph, laborer, res Line. 

Johnson, Homer. laborer, res Whitley. 

Johnson, Rev. F. P., retired minister, res Washington. 

Jones, Lawrence E., salesman, res Mullberry. 

Jones, Clyde, salesman, res Whitley. 

Jones, O. E., grocer. Main, res Wliitley. 

Jones, Albert A., flouring mills and green house, res Main. 

Jones, Mrs. .Mary E., widow, res WTiitley. 

Jones, Mrs. Blanch, widow, res Mullberry. 



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Kichler & Shealey, grocers and bakers. Main. 
Kichler, George W., attorney at law, res Main. 
Killworth, John, retired farmer, res Tulley. 
Kingdom. Miss Josie, prop light and water plant. 
Kinsey, Mrs. Sarah A., widow, res S. Main. 
Kocli, Reuben J., laborer, res N. Line. 
Kocher, Lewis H., postmaster, res Line. 

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Kocher, Xavier, laborer, res Main. 
- ride: , John K.. car]ienter, res Mullberry. 
Kirde.-. Benj. F., retired farmer, res Whitley. 
1 uhlman, Ora, pool room, Main, res Main. 



Lamar, Oscar W., platserer, res Mullberry. 

Lauri, John G., tinner, res Main. 

Leaman, Wayne, junk dealer, res Railroad. 

Leaman, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, res Railroad. 

Lincoln, Charles A., attorney at law, res Line. 

Lock. Jesse, retired, res Main. 

Lock, Elba J., painter, res Mullberry. 

I^ong, Walter D., laborer, res Line. 

Long, A. .\1., laborer, res Line. 

Long. Charles A., meat market. Main: res Wl 

Long, Lewis L.. salesman, res Whitley. 

Long. Bert W., laborer, res Main. 

Long, J. L., laborer, res Mullberry. 

Lett, Warren E., la^orer, res Pleasant. 

Loudy, Frank P., painter, res Tulley. 



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Madden, Jos. W., proprietor hotel. Main. 
l\Iadden, Wm. W., stock buyer, res Line. 
-^ adden, H E., soldier, now in U. S. Service. 
MaTrers, Mrs. Mary E., widow, res X. Main. 
Manes. Rev. C. E., pastor Church of God, res Washing- 
ton. 
Mahoney, Edward, road builder, res N. Main. 
Mathews, Vincent P.. laborer, res Mullberry. 
Mathews, Edward, soldier, now in V. S. Service. 
Mathews, Seth H., laborer, res Pleasant. 
McBride, Charles A., barber, res N. Main. 
McBride. Mrs. Susan, widow, res Whitley. 
McCormick, Wilford H., restaurant aid res Main. 
MeCullough. George, painter, res Mullberry. 
>'cCullough, Thomas, painter, res Depot. 
McCullough, John T.. painter, res Depot. 
-McDaniel. James H., retired farmer, res Pleasant. 
McLain. Hugh S., retired farmer, res Main. 
Mead. Daniel, retired farmer, res Mullberry. 
Metzger, W. R.. .5 and 10c store. Main, res Main. 
Miller & Burwell. hardware and implements, Main. 
ISTiller. Calvin C. hardware dealer, res Whitley. 
Miller. Jos. H., cashier Farmers State Bank, res Mullberry 
Miller, H. M., barber, res Main. 
>Mller. Jerry, laborer, res Wa=h''ngton. 
Miller, Frederick, barber, res Whitley. 
-■^Mller. Ifiss Lucy A., res Main. 
Moudy, William E., teacher, res Line. 
Moudy, Walter I., auto garage, res Whitley 

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' orrison Dr T Ray, physician and surgeon, res Main. 

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Naylor, Perry J., retired, res Line. 
Xease, Joseph, laborer, res Mill. 
Xease, Allen B., laborer, res Mill. 

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Ort Bros., genera! merchants, X. ilain. 
Ort. Sanford F'., merchant, res Main. 
Ort. Fr..nklin C, merchant, res X. Main. 
Ort, Sidney, soldier, now in U. S. Service. 



Pearce, Mrs. Phidelus, widow, res Whitley. 

Pence, Dr. B. F., physician and surgeon, res Whitley. 

Pressl'er, John A., ast. cashier Farmers State Bank, res 

Mullberry. 
Prej.sler Re.alty Co., speculators and investors, ilain. 



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Ramsey, David, laborer, res Pleasant. 

Rapp, George A., laborer, res N. Main. 

Rarp. -^'rs. Sarah E.! widow, res X. Main. 

Raypole, Walter T.. carrier rural route, res X. Main. 

Raypole, William, retired farmer, res Mullberry. 

Raypole, Carl E., barber, res Main. 

Reed. Absolom, laborer, res Whitley. 



^Farmers State Bank 

CHURUBUSCO. IND. 

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The Bank With 

the Guarantee 

Ask Us About It 

We pay 4 per cent, interest on Certificates of De- 
posit and Savings Accounts. 
One Dollar deposit in our savings account entitles 
you to one of our New Home Savings Banks. 
We very cordially invite your business. 

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r.eed, Mrs. Sarah E., widow, res Line. 

; eed. William A., sr., laborer, res Whitley. 

Reed, William H., jr., painter, res Line. 

Keed, George W., carpenter, res Line. 

Reed, Frank L., soldier, now in U. 3. Service. 

Keese, Elmer, photographer. Main, res .Main. 

Reese, Ralph, laborer, res Main. 

Rhodes, Thomas A., retired, res S. Main. 

'.Rhodes, Mrs. Mary L., widow, res S. Main. 

Richards, Joseph N., retired farmer, res S. .Main. 

Richards, Charles, retired, res MuUberry. 

Roberson, McLora, laborer, res Mill. 

Roliertson, David A., labore'-. res S. terminal city. 

Rollins, Ort., laborer, res Pleasant. 

Rossell, Rev. Glen Taylor, pastor C. B. church, re 

Ruble, T. C, shoe store. Main: res Line. 

Runyan, J. B., retired, res E. Pleasant. 

Russell, James, retired, res S. M-in. 



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Schrader, Fred, stone cutter, res Whi*'oy. 

Sefton, George W., blacksmith, res Man.. 

Shambaugh, William 0., retirer!. res N. Main. 

Sheadel, Ray. soldier, now in U. S. Service. 

Shealy, Otto, grocery and ba'-'ery. ^'ain. res -Main. 

Shively, Willia"\ Standard Oil salesman, res Tulley. 

Shively, Jacob B.. retired, res Tulley. 

Sible, W. B., dealer in farm implements, res Line. 

Sible, Elmer O., laborer, res Mullberry. 

Sla2-le, Charles W , ast. CTshier Exchange bank, res Main. 

^-inc.-le iviju^n, IV farrier res ■^Tiitlev. 

Sleesman, Mrs. Elcia, widow, res Whitley. 

Smith, John W., retired, res Main. ' 

Smith, William C, stone mason, res "Whitley. 

Smith, John M., retired, res Mullberry. 

Smith, Sidney E., retired, res Mullberry. 

Smith, Willard Z.. druggist, res ^'ullberry. 

Smith. Mrs. Mary H., wi Iqw, res S. Main. 

Smith, Cassius O., veterinary, res Washington. 

Sondav, Francis M., furniture and undertaking. Main. 

Spangler, Wm. F., m.gr lumber yard, res Main. 

Sparks, Edward J., laborer, res S. Main. 

Sparks. Mrs. Celestine. widow, res S. Main. 

Stamates & Frazier, grocers. Main. 

Stamates, Frank, grocer, res Line. 

Standard Oil Co.. tanks on Pleasant. 

Stepp, Reuben W., laborer, res X\'hinev. 

Stockert. John & Son. dairy, S. Mullberry. 

Stockert, John J., farmer, res S. .^'ullberry. 

Stockert, L. J., dairyman, res S. Mullberry. 

Sfroh, Jay F., plumber, res Whitley. 

Strong, George W., retired, res Mill. 

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Summers, George, carpenter, res Line. 
Summers, Edward, drayman, res "Whitley. 
Summers, .\athan, retired, res Line. 
Sommers, Albert, retired, res Whitley. 
Summers, Mrs. Rachel, widow, res Whitley. 



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Taylor, W. \V,, paper hanger, res Main. 

Ihe Exchange State Bank, .\. Main. 

Thomas & Son, hardware dealers. Main. 

Thomas, Harry K., hardware dealer, res N. Main. 

Thompson, Elvin M., well contractor, res Main. 

Thonrson, M. L., laborer, res Main. 

Thompson, James S., confectionary store, res Main. 

Thompson, Guy H., soldier, now in U. S. Service. 



Valeiitir.e, John M., retired, res S. Main. 

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Walter, .Mrs. Eliza, millinery store. Main; res Line. 
Waterson, L. A., traveling salesman, res Whitley. 
Wehrebry, Rev. R. H., pastor Methodist church, res Whit- 
ley. 
Welsheimer, Otto, salesman, res Main. 
Winebrenner, Daniel, blacksmith, res Pleasant. 
\\itham, Bert, laborer, res Pleasant. 
Wolf, Albert V., laborer, res Main. 



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James L., salesman, res Main. 
lan, James W., laborer, res Pleasant, 
lan, Clarence, laborer, res Pleasant. 



"Hew to the Line Let the Chips Fall Where 
They May." 

The Churubusco Truth 

The Newsiest and Most Fearless Paper in 
the County. 

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DIRECTORY OF LARWILL 



Larwill, Ind. 



LARWILL, the capital of Richland township, was 
laid out on the line ot the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and 
Chicago railway, in November, 1S54, and was first known 
as Huntsville. From the first there was a confusion 
about receiving mail matter, as there was at that time a 
Huntsville postofflce in the state. The board of commis- 
sioners, on llarch Sth, 1S66, officially changed the name 
from Huntsville to Larwill. The postoffice that had been 
located at Summit, one mile west was moved to Larwill 
when the railroad reached that point. 

The first store was opened by Dodge & McLallen, and 
the stock was of a varied assortment, composed ot a little 
of everything, but was to suit the times. The town con- 
tinued to grow, and at one time, in the early '70's, was 
the best trading point in the county. 

There is no manufacturing industries, and the mer- 
chants who have for years been prosperous on account of 
the strictest care and prudence, depend upon the farming 
trade. The bank that was established there some ten 
years ago, and now under the direction of Alfred Young, 
is a great help to the business men and the general puo- 
lic of that vicinity. 

The public schools that are always under the direc- 
tion of a competent corps ot instructors, furnishes a high 
school course, and many students go from there to the 
colleges to complete their work for actual life. 

Larwill has four church buildings, the Methodist, 
Baptist, Wesleyan and Free Methodist. All are substan- 
tial and each congregation has a good membership. 

Larwill has no fire department, but the bucket bri- 
gade generally does good work. 



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Whittenberger & Halderman 

LARWILL, IND. 

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Patronage Appreciated. See Jake for 
Silos. 

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Allen, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, res Center. 

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Baker, Charles, carpenter, res Xorth. 

Baker, Samuel, laborer, res Hammontree. 

Baker, Anna E., dress maker, res Xorth. 

Baker, Mrs. Ma.\ie, widow, res Center. 

Barber, Charles P., Ry mail clerk, res Center. 

Barber, Mrs. W. S., widow, res Center. 

Barnes, Mrs. Mary, widow, res Hammontree. 

Beard, William, brick mason, res Center. 

Beaucha, Frank, laborer, res Center. 

Bell, L. M., laborer, res Main. 

Bennett, D. E., section foreman, res Main. 

Berry, J. E., druggist, res North. 

Bodle, B. L., garage, auto livery, res Hammontree. 

Boggs, James D., laborer, res King. 

Bower, Mrs. Anna, widow, res McLallen. 

Bower, Mrs. Delilah, widow, res Center. 

Bridenthall, David, retired, res Thompson. 

Bruner, Leo., laborer, res King. 

Bruner, Mrs. Margaret, widow, res Center. 

Bruner, Miss Ada, telephone operator, res Center. 

Bullers, James, retired carpenter, res Hammontree. 

Buntain. John J., laborer, res Hammontree. 

Buntaio, Mrs. Elizabeth, widow, res Center. 



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Carter, Alfred, retired, res Hammontree. 

Clevenger, Henry S., tinner, res Center. 

Clevenger, Lewis H., restaurant, res Center, 

Clevenger, Fred, laborer, res Center. 

Clifford, .Mrs. Mary, widow, res Center. 

Cummins, Frank D., retired, res Center. 

Cunningham, Thos. M., retired, res North, 

Cunningham, Edward, laborer, res Hammontree, 

Cunningham, J. A., laborer, res Main. 

Cunningham, Mrs. Julia, widow, res North. 

Cunningham, Miss Chloe, musician, res North. 

Curtis, William, painter, paper hanger, res Hammontree. 



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Davis, Eli, laborer, res Hammontree. 
Davis, Frank, laborer, res King. 
Dietrich, Daniel, retired, res Center. 
Dietrich, John, farm manager, res North. 
Dietrich, F. E., farmer, res Center, 

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Flickinger, Sylvester, retired, res Center. 

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Ginger, William, carpenter, res Thompson. 
Grice, .Mrs. .Mary J., widow, res Center. 



H. A. Hayden S. S. Trachsel 

Hayden & Trachsel 

...HARDWARE... 

Farm Implements, Harness, Paints, Etc. 
I I Farmers Phone No. 1 i i 

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Halderraan, Lewis, merchant, res Center. 
Halderman, J. D., merchant, res Hammontree. 
Hartle, F. E., postmaster, res Hammontree. 
Hartman, Lloyd, laborer, res Main. 
Hartman. R, C, driver cream route, res Main. 
Hartson, Fredrick, brickmason. res Main. 
Hatfield, Mrs. Alfred, widow, res North. 
Hayden, H. A., hardware merchant, res North. 
Hedington, George, carpenter, res Hammontree. 
Heltrich, Simon, carpenter, res McLallen. 
Holycross, Albert, laborer, res Hammontree. 
Hoover, Mrs. Ida M., widow, res Main. 



James, O. H.. telegraph operator, res Cente 
James, Mrs. Emma, widow, res Center. 



Keiser, Fred J., retired farmer, res CenI 
Kelley, J. A., farmer, res North. 
Kerr, Frank, laborer, res Center. 
King, Mrs. Alice, widow, res Center. 
King. Allen, carpenter, res Center. 
Kistler, Alex, laborer, res Depot. 
Kistler. Charles, laborer, res Thompson. 



EDWARD MOLTER 

I I THE BAKER i i 

Established in 1907 

The best of bread adds to any meal. Try the 
Molter Bake. Also dealer in 

Groceries, Soft Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos 

When in Larwill Call at Molter's Place. 



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E. E. RINDFUSZ 

GENERAL MERCHANDISE 

Farmers Phone No. 32 Larwill, Indiana 



Carry a Complete Line of Groceries, Dry 
Goods, Boots and Shoes and Notions. 

Highest Prices Paid for Country Produce 



Larwill Bank, J. A. Young, cashier, Center. 
Long, Henry, laborer, res Hammontree. 
Long. Clyde, laborer, res Hammontree. 
Long, Charles, laborer, res Hammontree. 
1 ong, Ida, dressmaker, res North. 
Long. F. F., barber, res North. 



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Marchant, Samuel B., meat market, res Center. 
McCrea. Bayard T., blacksmith, res King. 
McCrea, A. L., driver cream route, res King. 
McCrea. T. P., Pennsy brakeman, res Center. 
McDonald. Mrs. William S.. widow, res North. 
Mohn, S. H., laborer, res Hamomntree. 
.Molter, E.. bakery and restaurant, res Center. 

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-Xorris, . A., retired, res Hammontree. 

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Osborn. B. F., section foreman, res King. 
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Patterson, RoUie, laborer, res ircLallen. 
Perrin, Sumner, fruit tree salesman, res Nort 
Prugh, Mrs. Marcus B., widow, res Main. 
Prugh, Pai'l, laborer, res Main. 
Prugh, Albert, latorer, res Main. 



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Reader, John, laborer, res Hammontree. 

Ream, George, sr,, operates elevator and stock buyer, res 

Main. 
Ream, George E., jr., grain and stock buyer, res Main. 
Rice, Mrs. Adeline, widow, res i'ain. 
Rindfuzz, Henry, retired, res Xorth. 
Rindfusz, Everett E., jeTieral merchant, res Main. 
Roby, Rollo, laborer, res Kammontree. 
Roby, Barnett, laborer, res McLallen. 



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Schrader, F. M., blacksmith, res Depot. 

Simpson, .Mrs. Maria, widow, res Center. 

Smalley, John, retired, res North. 

Smalley, J. T., telegraph operator, res Center. 

Smalley, Mrs. Elverda, widow, res North. 

Smith, Winfield S., furniture and undertaker, res JIain. 

Smith, Charles, undertaker, with W. S. Smith, res Jlain. 

Smith, W. E., blacksmith, res Xorth. 

Smith, Prof. E. Paul, supt. high school, res Xorth. 

Smuthers, Daniel, retired, res Hammontree. 

Spittler, Rev. F. A., pastor Wesleyan church, res North. 

Steel, Adam, teamster, res Center. 

Sweeney, J. A., retired, res Hammontree. 



Tenant, Dr. L. W., physician and surgeon. Mail 
Terman, .Mrs. Rosia, widow, res Hammontree. 
Thompson, Mrs. Florence, widow, res Main. 
Thompson. Miss Emily, res Main. 
Thompson, Mrs. B. F., widow, res Main. 
Trachsel, John, farmer, res Center. 
Trachsel, S. S., hardware dealer, res Center. 



Vawter, Rev. C. M., pastor Jlethodist church, res King. 



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Welker, Sherman M., canvasser and news dealer, 

Hammontree. 
Welke:-. Oottie, saleslady, res Hammontree. 
U'hisman, R. E., prop, hotel and Ry. agt., res North. 

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White, B. R.. carrier rural mail, res Center. 
Whiteleather, Eli J., laborer, res Center, 
■^''hiteleather. Eli, retired, res Main. 
Whiteleather, Miss Gladys, bank bookkeeper, res Main. 
Whittenberger. W. H., merchant, res Hammontree. 
Whittenberger. E. S., laborer, res Hammontree. 
Whittenberger, Mrs. H. B.. widow, res Hammontree. 
Wilson, John T., lumber and coal dealer, res Main. 
Wilson. Zed C, painter, res Main. • 



Young. J. A., bank cashier, res North. 
Young, W. E., retired, res Center. 
Young, Fred W., salesman, res Center. 

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Zratman, Mrs. Mary M., widow, res Center. 



L A R AV I L L 
BAIVK 



OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS 
Benton E. Gates, President. 

Clinton Wilcox, Vice-President. 
J. A. Young, Cashier. 

Oscar Gandy, Director. 

John M. Mowery, Director. 



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DIRECTORY OF LAUD 



Laud, Ind. 



All residents'of Laud receive their mail daily except 
Sunday by Columbia City R. F. D. Xo. 5. 



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Bell, Casper, driver of milk route. 

Bennett, John, carpenter, contractor and builder. 

Bentz, Samuel, hay baler. 

Berger & Gaylord, dealers in hardware and machinery. 

Berger, Edward, hardware dealer. 

Brock, Frank, farmer. 

Brock, Samuel, retired farmer. 



Carve'- Rev. .1. D., pastor United Brethren church. 

Cl-ave,,. Kugene, farmer. 

Co^'man, Edward, lather and plaster. 

Crottoll, Ray, day laborer. 



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Deems, \V. J , druggist and general store. 
Deems, Mrs. W. .!.. saleslady. 



Edward Berger William Gaylord 

Berger & Gaylord 

DEALERS IN 

General Hardware 



We carry a complete line of Farm Implements. 
Wire Fence, Gasolene Engines, Tinning, Roof- 
ing, Spouting and Lightening Rods. Wagons, 
Wind Mills, Pipes and Tanks. 

Both Phones i i LAUD, IND. 

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Ooff, Victor. ?oldier now in U. S. Service. 

Gajlord, William dealer ic hardware and machinery. 

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Harper, George, blacksmith and repair shop. 
Heintzelman, Charles, barber. ' . " 

Hively, Samuel, day laborer. 
HoUeiibaugh. William, dredge operator. 
PiutTman, Dr. V. S., veterinary surgeon. 



Ihria;, Prot. H. J., school teacher at Columbia City. 

Ihrig, J. J., laborer and farmer. 

Ihrig. Jacob, laborer and farmer. 

Ihrig. Myrtle, operator Farmers Telephone Co. 

Ihrig, Miss Florence, dress maker. 

Ilirig, Miss Ethel, dress maker. 



Kelsey, George W., groceries and notions. 
Kelly, Joseph, painter and paper hanger. 
Kent, Prot. J. J., Supt. high school. 



Lafever. Price, carpenter builder. 

Keppo, F. P., farmer. 

Leppo, Herbert, farmer. 

Luritz, Dr. D. L., physician and surgeon. 



Pressler, John, day laborer. 

"Raber, Mrs. Alfred, eating house, transet. 

Redman, Daniel, dealer in harness and horse suppJies. 

Kichards, Dr. John, physician and surgeon. 

Richards, E. R., tinner and roofer. 

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Sheets. Emanuel, carpenter and farmer. 
Sheets, Charles, carpenter and builder. 
Shipley, George, merchant railroad drayman. 
Sienon, Charles, carpenter contractor. 
Smith, F. M., retired farmer. 

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White, Dr. Samuel R., physician and surgeon. 

White, Dale, garage and auto mechanic. 

White, Riley, farmer. 

White, Code, blacksmith and repair man. 

White, Edwin, produce dealer. 

White. Xan, Farmers Telephone operator. 

Williams, Samuel, blacksmith and repair man. 



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W. J. D E E M S 

Oldest Druggist in 

Whitley County 

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We Sell Drugs. Medicines, Paints. Oils. Soda Water 

and Ice Creams. A full stock of Groceries, 

Cents Furnishings, Common Sense 

Eye Glass Tester. 

Ball Band and Goodrich Rubber Goods 

Everything Up-to-Date 

LAUD, INDIANA 

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DIRECTORY OF COESSE 



Coesse, Ind. 

Coesse residents receive mail by Pennsy Railroad. 



Allen, Mrs. William, widow, res McJunkin. . ' '• 

Barnes, Mrs. Zella, seamstress, res west limits. .' 

Beeching, Brice, day laborer. .1 

Broxon, Charles L., day laborer. . . i 

Byram, Andrew J., shoemaker, res Smith. - i 
Croxon, Daniel, laborer, res McJunkin. 

Douglas, Miss Hattie, res Duffin. ' ' i 

Douglas, Jacob, farm mgr.. res Duffin. •. | 

Grant, Mrs. Fred, husband now in U. S. Service. i 

Grimes, Rev. Jos., pastor .Methodist church. ■ 

Hanna, Bert, laborer, res Freemont. ' I 

Harshbarger, Simon, retired, res McJunkin. ■ 

Harshbarger, .Mrs. Dora, widow, res Duffin. . ! 

Hickman, Thomas, painter, res McJunkin ' ' ■ i 

Hickman, Charles, day laborer, res McJunkin. • ' I 

Hickman, Victor, soldier, now in U. S. Service •■ 
Johnson, Charles, grocer and post-master, res McJunkin 
Kappele, William, laborer in Fort Wayne mills 
McCoy, Charles, blacksmith and repair, res Simonson. 

-McConnel, Leed. day laborer, res Duffin. ' i 

Oliver, Marion, day laborer, res Freemont. j 

Palmer, William, day laborer, res Duffin. I 

Perry, Thomas, day laborer, res McJunkin - -| 

Pittenger, M. C, retired minister, res Duffin i 

Poison, Michael, day laborer, res Duffin. *; " 4 

Richardson, Donald, day laborer, res Duffin ■ . ' j 

Ryan, Dennis, section foreman, res McJunkin ' - ■''-" I 

Ryan, .Miss Edith, school teacher, res McJunkin. ' '-••■- 

Shoyer, Rosco, farmer, res McJunkin. ■ "" .; 1 

Sines, Mrs. Rose, widow, res Duffin. i\ 

Spaw, Durias, day laborer, res Simonson. ' " ' \ 

Stoner, John T., farmer, res Duffin - ■ . -. --■i 



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Taylor, Miss Polly, res Simonson. 
Taylor, Miss Sarah, res Simonson. 
Tucker, Jesse, well driller, res Duffin. 



VanHouten, Homer, well driller, res McJunkin. 
VanTillburv. Frank L.. railroad agent, res Duffiu. 

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Welsheimer, Burney, retired, res McJunkin. 
Winters, George, farmer, res North. 
Winters, Delphos, salesman, res Duffin. 
Worden, Henry, retired farmer, res McJunkin. 
Worden, Valorous, soldier, now in the V. S. Serv 



Hecla, Ind. 



Hecla residents receive their mail by Columbia City 
R. F. D. No. 14. 



Alborn, Mrs. Louis, proprietor of hotel. 

Austin, Perry G., drugs and general merchandise. 

Blain, John, proprietor barber shop. 

Bowlby, Mrs. Sarah, widow. 

Bowlby. James, mgr. Farmers Telephone Co. 

Bratt, Demp, day laborer. 

Gates, Claud, farm manager. 

Grier, Lloyd, day laborer. 

Heintzelman, Joseph, barber. 

Jones, Mrs. J. M., widow. 

Jones, W. A., butcher and fur buyer. 

Long, J. W., retired farmer. 

Long, O. M., carpenter and contractor. 

Long, H., day laborer. 

Miller, William, general merchant. 

Orcutt, Guy, blacksmith and mechanic. 

Reed, John, farmer. 

Rex, Daniel, carpenter and contractor. 

Richey, Charles, driver of milk route. 

Scott, Dr. J. W. C, physician and surgeon. 

Scott, Edward, farmer and township trustee. 

Secrist, Orland, driver of milk route. 

Tucker, ilrs. Alfred, farm and stock owner. 

Wheeler, Frank, farmer. 

Wickliffe, Mrs. George, Mgr. Home Telephone Co. 

Winebrenner, Henry, blacksmith and repair shop. 

Woods, Charles, day laborer. 

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DIRECTORY OF COLLINS 



Collins, Ind. 



Collii -• residents receive maii !"'• the CoKi.ubia City 
R. F. D. Xc ^0. 



Geiger, Jacob, retired farmer. 

Geiger, B. F., faremr and onion grower. 

Geijer, Lewis, mill hand and laborer. 

Gordon, Edward, onion grower. 

Helmick, Alfred D., plasterer and gardener. 

Hire, Esta J., onion grower and farmer. 

Hire, A. M., farmer. 

Hull, Mrs. Mary, widow. 

Hi'll, June, farmer. 

Hull, R. T.. Panhandle Ry Agent. 

Hughes, G. R., farmer. 

Knepp, 'Rev. A. JI., pastor of V. B. church. 

Knight, Charles L., retired farmer. 

Mayherry, M. H., blacksmith and repair shop. 

McCoy, Josiah, day laborer. 

McKown. W. J., general merchandise dealer. 

McLain, Joseph, day laborer. 

Phillips, Walter, day laborer. 

Phillips. Simon, day laborer. 

Pressler. Ezra B., blacksmith and mechinist. 

Ray, George, farmer. 

San-iers. Julius, sr.. farmer and onion srower. 

Sanders, Frank, farmer and onion grower. 

Sanders, Fred, general merchandise dealer. 

Smith, C. X,, farmer and onion grower. 

Trumbull, Floyd, carpenter and builder. 



Fred E. Sanders 

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Groceries, Feeds, Coal 
Country Produce 
Bought and Sold 



PHONES IN STORE f=^ 

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DIRECTORY OF LORAIN E—RABER 

Loraine, Ind. 

Lorane residents receive mail by Coliirabia City R 
F. D., No. 4. 



Anderson, Mrs. Asa, widow. 

Cordill, Joseph, farmer. 

Egner, David, thresher and mechanic. 

Eisaman, Mrs. Nettie, widow. 

Eisaman, Jerry, carpenter and general repairer. 

.^:c^loud. Mrs. Harrison, widow. 

Files, G. B.. general merchandise. 

Waters, Harvey, day laborer. 

Wolf, Harry, farm tennant. 



Raber, Ind. 



Raber residents receive mail by Columbia City R. F. 
D., No. 0. 



Brahm. F. C, dealer in general merchandise. 

Crowell, Oscar, stock and grain buyer and shipper. 

Crowell, Merritt, farmer. 

Merganthale, Chas. Nickle Plate Ry Agent. 

Rider, Royce. operator of elevator. 

Smith, Earl, farmer and producer. 



F. C. BRAHM 

RABER, IND. 

General Merchandise 

Highest Prices Paid for Butter, Eggs and 
Poultry. 

Agency for METZ AUTOMOBILE, the smooth run- 
ning, gearless transmission. The largest and 
best car in the low price class with 
Westinghouse electric equipment 

A Large Stock of Accessories. 

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DIRECTORY OF PEABODY— TUNKER 



Peabody, Ind. 

Peabody residents receive mail by Nickle Plate. 



Bader, Dr. S. D., physician and surgeon. ■ 

Bader, Charles, farmer. 

Blackford, William, operator of elevator. 

Blackford, Dale, barber shop and cigars. . ■' 

Drake, Rex, retired general merchant. 

Eberhard. George, butcher and stock dealer. 

Keifer, Henry, day laborer. 

Kneller, Charles, farmer. 

Li|)pencott, William, day laborer. 

Lower, Anton, saloonist, blacksmith and farmer. 

Mayhour, .Marion, day laborer. 

Minnich, Bernard, day laborer. 

MuUendore, N'oah, stock buyer and farmer. 

Prumm, John, day laborer. 

Stanly, Harvey, Nickle Plate Agt. and operator. 

Stickler, Otto H., dealer in general merchandise. 

Stiefel & Levi, lessors of elevator, Fort Wayne. 

Ummel, H. J., general merchandise and postmaster. 

I'mmel, Mrs. Henry J., saleslady and ast. in postofiRce. 



Tunker, Ind. 



Tunker residents receive mail by the South Whitley 
<R. F. D., No. 2. 

Beachler, Ira, day laborer and farm helper. 
Dimmick, Arthur, day laborer. 
Dimmick, John, day laborer. 

Emley, Rev. B. F., pastor Church of Brethren. ' . 

Geist, Charles, carpenter and builder. 
Geist, Frank, carpenter and builder. 
Geist, Dorsey, carpenter and builder. 
Geist, Harvey, day laborer. 
Huller,( V. G., thresher and mechanic. 
Kimmel, M. F., day laborer. 
Kinsey, Samuel, retired farmer. 

Montz, Clarence, plasterer. '■ 

Ott, Harry, painter and paper hanger. 
Stoner, Xorman, carpenter and builder. ' 

White, Lawrence, automobile salesman. 
Wise, John, day laborer. 
Wise, Landy, day laborer. 
Yoder, Perry, dealer in general merchandise. 

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COLLAMER-D UNFEE— LUTHE R- CRESCO 

Collamer, Ind. 

Collamer residents receive mail by South Whitley R. 
F. D., No. and Panhandle Railroad. H 

Bowser, Albert B., thresher and farmer. • ,.■ 

Fleck Bros., general merchants. ' ,■■•;. 

Fleck, Orlin, with Fleck Bros. • .-1^ 

Fleck, Cyrus, with Fleck Bros. ■•;.-' 

'^leck, Elmer, with Fleck Bros. , , . . . S 

Galbreath, Martin L., farmer and county food mstruc-or. >« 
Goff. Miss Xettie B., school teacher. .,;; 

i'oe'rmeyer, H. L., mgr. grist mill. 
Hapner, E. R., farmer. 
Fire, David, retired farmer. 
Siberts, William, blacksmith ?nd repair shop. 

Dunfee, Ind. 

Dunfee residents receive mail by the Nickle Plate - 
Railroad. 

Corman. W. P., telegraph onera'or and Ry. agent, 

"ine, Adam, contractor and builder. r; 

Hilei', Mrs. Mary, widow. ;.;.;.• 

McWorter, Vern, day laborer. -ft 
?^cWhorter, Ralph, day lahore. . • ,,-ii 

Fadine, Otto, general merchandise. '-^^ 

Schifickley. John, section foreman. .V: 

Schroyer, Frank, grain dealer. . ."i;^ 

Luther, Ind. | 

Luther residents receive their mail by South Whitley _^| 

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Bender, John, farmer. ■ -^M 

Brrch, George, farmer. - ■ 

Henry, Mrs. Jefferson, widow. 

Rupley, Howard, blacksmith and repair shop. 

Shanks. J. F., general merchandise. 

Shanks, Miss Vanita, telephone operator. 

Shalts, Ora, farmer and stock man. .;.,j; 

Cresco, Ind. ' ■ 

Cresco residents receive mail by Columbia City R. I 



rinkley, Charles E., general merchant. 
Sevits, J. P., farmer. 
Smith, Ira, farmer. 

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THe Ford 
Agency 

' COLUMBIA CITY, IND. 



Full Stock of Supplies and Acces- 
sories Carried in Stock 



Sales Rooms at : 

Columbia City 
Churubusco 
LarwUl 
South Whitley 

H. M. MILLER, Proprietor 

The Ford Agency 



4 

r Service Day or J 

Night for Ford 
Motor Company's 
Products 



Overland Garage 

Overland Cars 

Moline Tractors 

Smith and Phoenix Trucks 
U. S. L. Batteries 

Hartford Tires and Tubes 
Motor Oil and 

Accessories of All Kinds 




Hartford Service 
Company 

COLUMBIA CITY, IND. 
105 N. Main St. Phone No. 97 



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DIRECTORY OF CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP 



G)unty Officials. 

Judge— Luke Wrigley. Albion, Ind. 

Prosecutor— Clarence Finley. Kendallvi'le 

Deputy Prosecutor — Geo. 0- Compton. Columbia City. 

C erk— Otis E. Plartner. Deputy— Floyd Souder. 

Treasurer— Forest S. Deeter. Deputy — Charles Dare. 

Auditor- T. A. McLaughlin. Deputy— Miss LiUie Feist. 

Recorder— Albert Bordner. 

Sheriff — James M Bodley. 

County Assessor — Henry J. Ummel. 

County .Agent— B. L. Hummei. 

County Coroner— Dr. Jesse H. Briggs, Churubusco. 

County Supt — .A. R. Fleck. 

Co'inty .Attorney — B. J. Bloom. 

Joint Senator— M. H. .Maston. South V/hitlev. 

Secy. County Board of Health— Dr. E. V. Nolt. 



County Commissioners 



First District — Mile S. Snodgrass. 
Second District — Jonas E. Nolt. 
Thi.'-d District— Irvin J. Krider. 




DIRECTORY OF CLEVELA ND TOWNSHIP 

The Monuments you erect on a Cemetery 
Lot always shows due respect for the de- 
parted. C. L. KESSLER SELLS THEM. 



Cleveland Township 



Abbott, Forrest C, sec 30. tp 30, 30 a, So W. r f d 1. 

Abbott, Ray, South Whitley, r f d 5. 

Ahneman, Henry, sec 35, tp 31, 60 a, So. W. r f d 4. 

Allbright, Otto, sec 26, tp 31, 80 a, S. W. r f d 4. 

AUbright, Mary A., South Whitley r f d 4. 

Allen, Arthur, South Whitley. 

Aller, John J., sec 33, tp 30, 40 a. So. W.,r f d 1. 

AUer, Charles P., South WTiitley. r f d 1. 

Allgire, Frank M.. sec 16, tp 30, 26 a. So. W., r f d 5. 

Angell, Augusta F., sec 1, tp 30, 48.26 a, So. W., r f d 4. 

Angell, Ira G., South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Armey, Minerva, sec 2, tp 30, 30 a, So. W., r f d 4. 

Armey, Anthony, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Arnett, Harvey, sec 13, tp 30, 140.50 a, So. W., r f d 2. 

Arnett, Joseph and Anna E., sec 24, tp 30, 39.78 a., So. 

W., r f d 2. 
Arnett, Oradine, South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Arnett, George T., South Whitley, r f d 2. : 

Arnold, John J., Ella and Lawrence, sec 9, tp 30, 30 a, • i 

So. W., r £ d 5. j 

Arnold. William G., sec 32, tp 31, 160 a. I 

Arnold, Lawrence F., South Whitley, r t d 5. | 

Ai'.er, William A., sec 25, tp 31, 40 a. Col City, r f d 1. 
Austin, Williap D., sec 15. tp 30, 106.66 a, So. W., rfd 1. ; 

Austin, Frank H., South TVTiitley, r f d 2. ■ ! 

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Badsky, Irvin and Nettie, sec 32, tp 30. 58 a, S. W., rfd 1. | 

Baker, John W., sec 4, tp 30, .75 a. South Whitley. ! 

Baker, Lizzie, sec 4, tp 30, .25 a. South Whitley. | 

Baker, Grover, Collamer. •; 

Baker, Mary, sec 8, tp 30, 8 a, Collamer. i 

Barr, William A., sec 28, tp 31. 9.70 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Bates, Benjamin F., sec 28. tp 31, 30 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Bates, Charles, South Whitley, r f d 3. 
Batz, Benjamin F., sec 28, tp 31, 50 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

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DIRECTORY OF CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP ' 

Baublet, Charles H., sec 19, tp 30, 65 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Baiiblitz, John W., sees 29-30, tp .30, 130 a, So \V ,.rfd 1. 
Baublitz, Charles and wife, sec 19, tp 30, 44.5 a. So. W. 

r f d 1. 
Baublitz, Charles H., sec 19, tp 30, 86.26 a, So. W., rtd 1. 
Baugher, Martha E., sec 19-20, tp 30, 120 a, So. W., r f d 

1. 
Bayman, Earl R., sec 30. tp 31, SO a, So W.. r f d 3. 
Bayman, Roy E., sec 30, tp 31, 101.27 a, So. W., r f d 3. 
Bayman, Lewis, sec 31, tp 31, 103 a. So. \V., r f d 5. 
Peard, Harry C, sec 2, tp 30, 34.24 a. So. W., r f d 4. 
Bechtold, Peter, sec 2G, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d o. 
Beck, Jay W.. sec 36, tp 30, 47 a, Huntington. 
Feigh. Ezra, Pierceton, r f d . 

Beaner. Mary Ellen, sec 3, tp 30, 1 a, So. Whitley. 
Pentz, John F., sec 15, tp 30, 238.50 a. So. \V. r f d 1. 
Bent', Malissa J., sec 14, tp 30, 74.25 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Bentz, Reuben ai^d Cinderella, sec 21, tp 30, 166 a So 

W., r f d 1. 
Bentz, Adam, South AMiitley, r t d 1. 
Bentz, David, South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Elain, Wilbur .a. and Sarah' J., sec 27, tp 30, 40 a. So W. 

!■ f d 1. 
Pc'^nstedt, i^ltert J., South Whitlev, r f d 5. 
Bollinf-ev. Simon, sec 16, tp 30, SO a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Boll''nger. Jacob, sec 27, tp 30, 5 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Bonin^-ei-, Isaac X., sec 24, tp 30, 65.50 a, So. W., r f d 2. 
Bollinger, Chester, South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Pollineer, Irvin. South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Bollinger. Clyde E.. South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Bolline-er. /iaron. South ^^'^litlev, r f d 1. 
Pollineer. Carl. South WMtley.'r f d 1. 
BonebraVre. Reuben and Tuba, see 3, tp 30, 20.48 a So 

W., r ■; d 4. 
-nnebrpke. J. L.. South Whitley. 
Bowdv, Mae-Jie. sec 4, tp 30. 1 a. South Whitley. 
Po^'-dy. Wilber W., South WTiitley. 

Rowers, James E.. sen IS. tp 30. SO a. No. Manchester 
Rowers. Fdward. sees 5-17, tp 30, 203 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Powers, John G.. sec 31. tp 30, 104.72 a. N. Man., r f d 1. 
Bowers, C. C, North ^^anchester, r f d 1. 
^owman, Harry, sec 22. tp 30. 160 a. So. W,, r f d 4. 
Bowman. Henry, see 1, tp 30. 72.50 a. So. W., r f d 4. 
Bowser, Alber* B.. South Whitlev. 

Poyer. Albert I., sec 35, tp 30. 90.25 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Brandenburf. Samuel T., sec 33, tp 31. 40 a. So. W., rfd 3 
Preckner. Flmer, South Whitlev, r f d 1. 
Pricker. Victor, sec 4, tp 30, 3.12 a. So. Whitley. 
Briegeman, Ernest L., sec 35, tp 31, 78 a. So. W. r f d 4 
Priea-eman. Martin, see .''6, to 31. 77.25 a. So. W. r f d 4 
Briegeman, Trautv, South Whitlev. r f d 4. 
Bri<?htmire. Maa-gio A., sec IS. to 30, 7S a. No. Man 
Broach. Charles P.. South Whitlev. 
Brock, Rollie and Mary, sec 5, tp 30, 60 a, Collamer. 

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DIRECTORY OF CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP 

Brodbeck, David and Mary E., South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Biookins, Catherine, sec 31, tp 30, 86. 4S a, No. Man. 
El 00'. ins, Alpha, North Manchester, r f d. 
Browei', Reed, South Whitley. 

Brubal-ei. Joel W., sec 29, tp 31, 80 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Brubaker, Thomas C, South Whitley, r f d 4. 
BfL'.ch, George, sees 2.5-35, tp 30, 160 a, Bippus, Ind. 
Bruch, Charles S., sec 25, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Bruch, David C, sec 35, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Brueggman, Ervin, South Whitley, r f d 4. 
j'ruegcman, Ernest, South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Brueggman, MoUie, South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Bubbel, Charles F., sec 28, tp 30, SO a.. So. W., r f d 5. 
Buckingham, John and Barbra, sec 32, tp 30, 50 a. So. 

Whitley, r f d 1. 
Buckingham, John, sec 32, tp 30, 90 a, So. W., r f d 1. 
Buckingham, Frank E., South WhiUey, r f d 1. 
Bugby, Jennie Gross, sec 8, tp 30, 26 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Bunch, Elizabeth, sec 28, tp 31, 104.15 a. ?o. W., rfd 4. 
Burwell, Albert E., sec 9, tp 30, 40 a. So. Whit., r f d 1. 
Burwell, Catherine E., sec 15, tp 30, 53.34 a. So. W., rfd 

1. 
Burwell, Harley, South Whitlej. 
Burwell. Adam H., South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Butler, Irvin, Collamer. 
Butterbaugh, Mary A., sec 24, tp 30, 80.88 a. So. W., rfd 

2. 
Butterbaugh. Charles J., South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Byers, William E., sec 30, tp 30, 100 a. So. W., r f d 1. 



Carnes, J. B. and Sarah A., sec 5-S, tp 30, 120 a. So. W. 

r f d 5. 
Carper, Asher, South Whitley. 

Casner, Sarah Estella, sec 12, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Catey, Allen, sec 33, tp 30. 10 a. So. W., r t d 1. 
Catey, Lloyd, South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Cave, Fred and Elizabeth, sec 32, tp 31, 1 a. So. W., r f d 

Cave, Mary A., sec 31, tp 31, 92 a. So. W., r t rt 5. 

Cave, Mary A. and husband, sec 31, tp 31, 11.20 a. So. W., 

r f d 5. 
Cave. George. South WTiitley, r f d 5. 
Chesterman. Omer, South Whitley. 
Circle, Charles, South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Clapp, John C, and Susan, sec 29, tp 31, 40 a. So. Whit. 
Cloud, A. H.. & May, sec 9, tp 30, 39.04 a. So. W., rfd 5. 
Cloud, May. sec 4-9, tp 30, 36.50 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Cloyd, Eva M., sec 7-8, tp 30, 79 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Coble, John, sec 8, tp 30, 60 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Cocklin, David A., sec 16-23, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Collett, James S., sec 18, tp 30, 92 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Combs. Ida Bell, sec 27-28, tp 31, 116 a, So. W., r f d 4. 



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Cook, Elizabeth, sec 30, tp 30, 40 a. So. W., r f d 1. 

CooV:, George, sec 30, tp 30, 50a, So. W.. r f d 1. 

Cook, William D.. South Whitlev, r f d 1. 

TooK. Pearl. South Whitley. 

Cook, Almetta. South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Cordill, Jarre?, M., dec, sec 2S-33, tp 31, 52a. 

Cordill, Stenhep_ & Kebecca, sec 2fi, tp 31, 2 a, So. W. 

r f d 3. 
Cordill, James W., sec 3, tp 30, 4 a. So. W., r t d 4. 
Cordill, Fugene, South WhiMey. 
Cotton. Clarence W., South "^"hitlev. 

Cox. William B., sec 22, tp 30, 5.1.24 a. So. W.. r f d 5. 
Creare', Cora Etta, sec 14, tp 30. 100 a. 
Creage- Edward, sec 6, tp 30, 140 a. 
Croy, Clara C, sec 2S, tp 31, 40 a So. W,, r f d 3. 
Croy, George, Sout: Whitley, r f d 3. 



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T^ivson. Iven F., s . IR, 'p 30. Sfa, non resident. 
r»in"es. Christian, sec 36, tp 31, SO a. =o. W.. r f u -;. 
Disinger, Jpmes Franklin, sec 32, tp 30, 40 a. So. W , r 

t d 1. 
Dohner, .Alice, sec IS, tp 30, 28.3? a. So. W.. r f d 5. 
no-er, Beniamin H., sec 7, tn 30, 139. OS a. No. Man. 
nomei-, George A., sec 7, tp 30, 1 a. So. W., r f d ^. 
Ponley, Isaac and Lena, sec 34. tp 31, 20 a. So. W., rfd 4. 
rirgVe. Thomas F., South Whitley. 
Dredgemever. JIarv and Henrv S., sec S. tp 30, lO.Ofi a, 

S. W., r f d 5. 
T'reve'-. Lewis, sec 25. tp 31. SO a. Col City, r f d 1. 
Puggins. Lee R., South ■■Whitley. 



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Farlvwine. Dariel W.. sec 2S. tp 31, 25 a. So. W.. r f d 3. 
Fistom. John W.. South Whitley. 

Fbbinghouse. Wm. H.. trustee, sec 29, tp 30. •lO a. No. ^^ 
Eberhard. F. L., and Mary C, sec 11, tp 30. 258.50 a., S. 

Whitley. 
Fherhard. Elmer R., see 35, tp 30, 80 a, Bippus. 
Fdwards. John W., sec 10. tp 30, 140 a. So. Whitlev, 
Edwards. Prince A., sec in, tp 30. 258.75 a. So. Whitlov. 
Eel Fiver Valley Creamery Co., sec 4, tp 30, .50 a, S. W. 
Fpi River Threshing Co., South Whitley. 
Elsea, Adam, sec 33, tp 30, 160 a. So, W., r f d 1. 
Fmley, J. Ray. South Whitley, r t d 2. 
Enos, Alex and Anna E., sec 25, tn 30, 10 a. So. W.. rfd 2 
Enos, John P.. and Ammv, sec 36, tp 30, 4.50 a. So W., 

r f d 2. 
Fnos, Clarence O., South Whitlev. 
Enos. William A., sec 36. tn 30. 1 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Enyeart, Orpha A., South Whitley, r f d 1. 

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DIRECTORY OF CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP 

Frne. Archie, sec 9, tp 30, 28.50 a, So. W., r t d 5. 
Fssig, Amanda J., sec 3, tp 30, 16.34, So. Whitley. 
Fssi •, David, South Whitley. 
Estep, Ulysses and Gladys, sec 31, tp 30, S6.70 a. No. M. 

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Fager, Vashti, South Whitley. 

Faudree, Richard H., sec 2.5, tp 30, 100 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Faudree, Edison C, South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Fell, Weslev J. and Hattie, sec 4, tp 30, 190.24 a. 

■^e'.'er, Charles. South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Fetro, Jacob C, sec 3-36, tp 30, 75.20 a, So. W., r f d 4. 

Fields, Martin J., sec 34, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 1. 

-■i ert. Wilber, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

First, David, sec 36, tp 30, 3.10 a. So. W., r t d 2. 

I iiUer, Charles, South 'Whitley, r f d 1. 

Fleck, Cyrus H. and Elmer A., sec 5, tp 30, 1.20 a, Colla. 

Fleck, Orlando V., Collamer. 

Flora, William, South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Fosler, George, sr., dec, sec 4, tp 30, 45.73 a. 

Fosler, Martha M., sec 4, tp 30, 56.68 a, So. Whitley. 

Foust, Franklin B., South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Foust, LeRoy, South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Fox. Mary E., sec 10, tp 30, 102.52 a. So. Whitley. 

Frantz, Charles, South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Fran'z. Donnil, South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Freels, John A., sec 29, tp 30. SO a. So. V>'., • f d 1. 

""^eels, Orval L., South WTiitley, r f dl. 

Fry, Charles and Ethlinda, sec 34, tp 30, 4 0.': 5 a, X. M. 

Gatle, David, sec 23, tp 30, 168.91 a. So. Whitley. 

Gable, Alva and Melvin, sec 26, tp 30, SO a. So. Whitley. 

Gable. Oden, South Whitley. 

Galbreath. >'artin L., sec 5, tp 30, 28.35 a. So. W., rtd 5. 

Galtreath, Ellen, sees 5-8, tp 30, 4-1.48 a, So. W., r f d 5. 

Gardner, Daniel, W., dec, sec 34, tp 31, 5 a. 

Garvin. John D., sec 22, tp 30, 80 a, So. W., r f d 1. 

Geist. Clyde W., South Whitley. 

Glassley, Harry, sec 3, tp 30, 4.25 a. So. Whitley. 

Goff, Lesta, sec 30, tp 31, 39.75 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Goff. Sheldon, sec 6, tp 30, 60 a. So. W., r f d 5. 

Goff, Joseph, sec 6-7, tp 30, 40 a, S. W., r f d 5. 

Goff, Nettie, sec 5, tp 30, .2 5 a. South Whitley. 

Goff, Heber, Collamer. 

Goff. Neal. South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Goff. John. South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Goehler. Edw. G., and Erma, sec 15, tp 30, SO a. So. W., 

r f d 5. 
Granlund. Frank, sec 26, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r t d 1. 
Grant, Jeremiah and Rose, sec 3, tp 30, 3.05 a, So. W., 

r f d 4. 

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Cray, John E., sec 30, tp 31, la. So. W., r f d 3. 

Green, 'Marion, sec 8, tp 30, 5 a. So. ^Vliitley. 

Gregg, Charles W. and Daisy, see 24, tp 3U, 40 a, So. W. 

r f d 2. 
Gregory, A. T., South Whitley, r f d 2. 
G-\a-s. Henry T., sees 16-17, tp 30, 172.1 6 a, S. W., rfd I 
Grimes, Jesse B.. sec 27, tp 31, 140 a.. So. W., r f d 4. 
Crir-es, John S., South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Grimes, Dae, South Whitley, r t d 4. 
Grimes, Asher D.. South Whitley, r t d 4. 
Grof. -Myrtle and Frank, sec 22, tp 30, 120 a, So. W., rf( 

Gross, Sarah C. sec S, tp 30, 32 a. So. Whitley. 
Gross, Jennie, sec S, tp 30, 23 a. South Whitley. 
Growcock. Wm. C, sec 25, tp 31. SO a, Col City, r f d 1. 
Growcock, Myron J., Columbia City, r t d 1. 
Growcock, Ferlow, Columbia City, r t d 1. 



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Hainc'.el, Samuel, sec 33. tp 30, SO a, So. W., rfd 1.. 

Hainclel, Ira E., South Whitley, r t d 1. 

Haines, Crawford W., sees 1-2, tp 30. 44 a. So. W., rfd 4. 

Faines, Missouri, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Haley. John, sees 19-2S, tp 30, ISO a. So. W., r f d 1. 

P^anauer, George, sees 33-34, tp 30, ISO a. So. W., r f d 1 

Hanauer. George H., sec 33, tp 30, 60 a. So. W.. r f d 1. 

Hapner, Emily, sec 34, tp 31, 61 a. So. W., r f d 4. 

Hapner, Riley, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Harley, Olin and Anna, sec 3-34, tp 31, ola. So. Whitley. 

Hars^bar-rer, Isaac N., sec 14, tp 30, 119 a. So. W., rfd 1. 

Harshbarger. Fred and Edith, sec 8, tp 30, 80a, So. W., 

r f d 5. 
Harter, Harvev and Laura, sec 9, tp 30, 12 a, So. W., r. 

f. d. 5. 
Harter, Harvey, sec P. tp 30. IS. .56 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Hathaway, John, sec 27, tp 31, 121 a.. So. W., r f d 4. 
Hathaway. Alfred & Kate, sec 33, tp 31, SO a. So. W., r. 

f. d. 3. 
•Hathaway. Katie, sec 33, tp 31, 36.38 a. So. W.. r f d 3. 
Hathaway, Alfred C, sec 33, tp 31, 160 a. So. W., r f d3. 
Hatbaway, Paleigh, sec 27, tp 31, 104 a.. So. W., r f d 4. 
Hathaway, Anise, sec 1-5, tp 30. 20 a So. W.. r f d 4. 
Hathaway, Sherman, South Whitley r f d 4. 
Hathaway, Delmar. South Wbitley, r f d 4. 
Hathaway, Xellie. South WTiitley, r f d 4. 
Hathaway, Carper, South 'U'hitley, r f d 3. 
Hatton, Francis M., sec 33. tp 30, 80 a. No. Man. 
Hauptmever. Henry, sees 5-8, tp 30, 6.57 a, Collamer. 
Henry, Alexander B., sec 25, tp 30, 51.50 a. No. Man. 
Henry. Tbos. Jefferson, sec 36, tp 30, 39.88 a. So. W.. rfd 

Hennemeyer, Mary A., sec 9, tp 30, 49.79 a, So. Whitley. 
Hensel, John T., sec 34, tp 31, 240 a, S. W., r f d 4. 

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Hensel, Harry B.. South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Hetrick, George W., South Whitley. 

Hicks, James B., sec 25, tp 30, 80a, So. W., r f d 2. 

Hicks. Ralph, South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Hissen, William M., sees 3-4, tp 30, 45.12 a. So. W., r f d 

4. 
Hoerdt, Alice May, South Whitley. 
Hoffman. Adam, sec 25, tp 31, SO a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Hoffman, Frank, sec 36, tp 31, 21a, Col City, r f d 1. 
Holben, Daniel and Blanche, sec 26, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., 

r f d 3. 
Holler, Albert L., South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Hollman, John, sec 36, tp 31, 92 a, So. W., r f d 4. 
^' oilman, Henry, South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Holloway, A. V., South Whitley. 

Holloway, Daisy G., sec 4, tp 30, 2.56 a. So. Whitley. 
Hook, Henry, sec 17, tp 30, 70 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Hook, Ross, South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Hopkins, Samuel V., dec, sec 35, tp 31, 202 a. 
Horner, George and Cora, Hathaway ad 6.64 a, S. W. 
Horner, Charles, South Whitley. 
Fouser. Wesley, South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Howard, George E., sec 27, tp 31, 40 a, S. W., r f d 4. 
Hower, George and Olive, sec 3, tp 30, 3.50 a, So. W. 
Hower, Olive .M., sec 3, tp 30, 5.25 a. So. Whitley. 
Howenstine, Charles, sec 27, tp 30, 100 a So. W. 
Howenstine, Ira M., sec 27-34, tp 30, 80 a, S. W., r f d 1. 
Hushes, Thomas N., sec 29, tp 31, 110 a, S. Whitley. 
Wuffman, Simon, sec 30, tp 30, 100 a, S. W., r f d 1. 
Huffman, Jos. A. & Augusta G. Shaffer, sec 26, tp 30, 80 

a. South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Huffman, Thos. and Olive, sec 2-8, tp 30, 62a, S. W., rfd 

4. 
Huffman, Lewis, sec 1-2, tp 30, 70 a. So. W., r f d 4. 
Huffman. Delhert, South WhiHey. 
Humbare-er, B. F., and wife, sec 30-31, tp 30, 100 a, So. 

W., rfd 1. 
Humbarger. B. F., and Anna, sec 31, tp 30, 7.40 a, S. W., 

r f d 1. 
Humbarger. Anna, sec IS, tp 30, 28.33 a. So. W.. r t d 1. 
Humbert, Isaac Franklin, sec 32, tp 30, 80 a. So W., rfd 

Hi;rabert. Frank, South "ttTiitley, r f d i. 

Hvser. John. South WTiitley. 

Indiana Loan & Trust Co., South Whitley. 



•Jacobs, John H. & Lueretus, sec 14, tp 30, 100 a. So. W., 

r f d 2. 
Jenkins. AV. I., sec 23, tp 30, 10 a. So. WTiitley. 
Jenkins. >'ary. et al, sec 23, tp 30, 87.09 a. So. W., rfd 1. 
Johnson, Emma J., sec 33, tp 31, .50 a. So. W., r f d 4. 



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Johnson, Jason and Emma, sec 35, tp 30, 69.75 a. So. W., 

r f d 1. 
Johnson, Thomas, et al., sec 36, tp 30, 23.61 a. S. W., r f 

d 2. 
Johnson, Melvin E., South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Judv. Reuben, sec 31-32. tp 30, 200 a, So. W., r f d 1. 
Jud. , ~ F., South Whitley, r f d 1. 



Kaler, James and Lanta, sec 4, tp 30, 2.S>" a. So. W., rfd 4 

Karmel, Ira J., South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Karnes, Xorman, South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Keiser, Barbara, sec 34, tp 31, 1.5.76 a. So. Whitley. 

Keiser. Barbara A., sec 34, tp 31, 1.5 5 a. So. WTiitley. 

Feiser, Rov, South Whitley. 

Kcenon. Joseph, sec 26, tp 31, 37 a. So. WTiitley. 

Keller, Lev, is H., sec 14-20, tp 30. 194.50 a. So. \V., rfd 1 

Keller, Nelson H., sec 14, tp 30, 124 a, S. W., r f d 1. 

Keller. Wilev M., sec IS, tp 30, 40 a. So. W., r f d 5. 

Kelle-, Hugh M., South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Keller. Claud, South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Keller, Harley N., South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Keppler, John F., sec 4, tp 30, 2.25 a. So. Whitley. 

Keppler, Firmer, South Whitley. 

T^eppler, Glenn, South Whitley. 

Kester. Emma L., sec 30. tp 30, SO a. So. W., r f d 1. 

Kin?, Francis M., sec 29-32. to 30, 130 a. So. Whitley. 

Kins-. Charles W., South ^^^litley, r f d 1. 

Kinu. Cecil, So'ith Whitley, r t d 4. 

Kin?, Melvin, South Whitlev, r f d 4. 

Kin-ey, Jane, et al.. pec 1, tp 30, 169a. So W., r f d 4. 

Kinney, Sidney, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

K'nsey, David W., sees 1-17. tp 30, 120 a. So. W., r t d 5. 

Kinsev, Charles L.. Soi'th "nTiitley. r f d 4. 

Kin?ey. Carl, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Kinzie, Henrv and Martha, sec 32, tp 31, SO a. So. W. 

Kissinger. Flias and Martha, sec 1, tp 30, S a. So. W., r 

f d 4. 
Kissinger. William, South ^\^litley. r f d 4. 
Kissinger, Farl. South \ATiitley. r f d 4. 
Kissin-er. Roy R., South UTiitley. r f d 4. 
Kite. Oscar J.. South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Knepple, Pen & Onn. sec 5, tp 30, 5 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Knepple. Clarence W., South Whitley. 
Knoon. Arthur and Eva, sec 7. tp 30. SO a. So. W.. rfd 3. 
Kreider, David & Nancy, sec 28, tp 30, 104.75 a, So. W., 

r f d 1. 
Kreider, Perrv and Audrev, sees 4-9, tp 30, 21,77, So. W., 

r f d 3. 
Kreider, Frederick & Amanda, sec 13, tp 30, 40 a. So. W, 

r f d 2. 
Kreider, Effie, sec 23, tp 30, 40 a. So. W., r f d 1. 



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Kreider, Landa W., sec 27, tp 30, 160 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Kreider, Noah, sec 29, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r t d 1. 
Kreider, Tobias, sec 33, tp 30, 70a, So. W., r t d 1. 
Kreider, John, sec 12, tp 30, 240 a. So. Whitley, r f d 2. 
Kreider, Harvey, sec 28, tp 30, 110 a, So. W., r f d 2. 
Kreider, Lloyd, South \Miitley, r f d 5. 
Kreider, J. L., South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Kreider, 'Rilev W., South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Kreider, Huldah, South Whitley, r f d 1. ■ 
Kreider, Shirley, South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Kreig, Frank W. & Ora, sec 32, tp 31, 80 a, So. W., rfd 3. 
Kyler, Geo. W., sec 30, tp 31, 81 a, So. W., r f d 5. 
Kyler, Martha, sec 19, tp 30, 200.50 a, So. W., r f d 1. 



Lancaster, A. D. & Y.. E., sec 3, tp 30, 1 a. So. W.. r ' : ;^ 
Lancaster, Ralph, sec 1, tp 30, 4.63 a, So. Whitle/. 
Lancaster, Otis H., sec 3, tp 30, .30 a, So. Wliitley. 
Landers, David & Elizabeth, sec 36, tp 30, 236.36 a. So. 

W.. r f d 2. 
Landes, A. V., South Whitley. 
Landes, David S., South Whitley. 
Landes, Charles G., South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Landis, Llovd, sec 32, tp 30, 45.50 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Lansdown. Susan, sec 2S, tp 31, 49.79 a, S. W.. rfd 3. 
Lansdown, Azil H., sec 2S, tp 31, 100.86 a. So. W., rfd 3. 
Lawrence, Albert I., South WTiitley, r f d 1. 
Lee, James and wife, sees 25-36, tp 30, 159.18 a, So. W., 

r. f. d. 2. 
Lee, George, sec 4, tp 30, 3 a So. Whitley. 
Lee. L. L., South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Leffel, George A., South WTiitley, r f d 1. 
Lepley, Wm. 'H.. sec 17, tp 30. 80 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Lerley, Shirley G., South "WTiitley, r f d 1. 
Lei'ley, Harry A., South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Lichtenwalter, Lillie D., see 36, tp 30, 20 a, So. W. 
Linfoot, Harry N.. South Whitley, rfd 1. . 
Long, Calvin, see 12. tp 30, 140 a, So. W., r f d 4. 
Long, aiary I., sec 27, tp 30. 80 a, So. W., r f d 1. 
Long, Samuel R.. sec 9-35. tp 30. 119.69 a. So. W., rfd 5. 
Long. J. II.. South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Lynn, Samuel S.. sec 8, tp 30, 40 a, r f d 5, So. W. 
Lynn, Lemoin, South "UTiitley, r f d 5. 



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Maggert, Eldie, South WTiitley, r t d 4. 
Mallock, Wm. G., North Manchester, rfd 
Maple, John F., sec 15, tp 30, 40 a. So. W., 
Maple, Olive, South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Maple, Nina V., South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Martin, Sarah, sec 28, tp 31, 55.10 a, So. W. 

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Martin, Aaron, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

).'artin, Gale, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Maurer, Henry J., sec 3, tp 30, 1.80 a. So. Whitley. 

Mayer, .Moses, sec 32, tp 31, 40 a. So. Whitley. 

McEntarfer, .Mrs. John, sec 36, tp 30, 2. SI a, So. W., r f 

d 2. 
Meadows, Ira, sec 27, tp 31, 100 a. So. W., r t d 4. 
i.'eadows, Cora Etta, sec 33, tp 31. 1 a. So. W., r f d 4. 
.^:erriman, Bebecca, dec, sees 15-22, tp 30, 140 a. 
.>etz. Fannie, sec 3, tp 30, 40 a So. W., r f d 4. 
Metz, Omer & Arthur, sec 3, tp 30, 198.93 a. So. W.rfd 4 
Metzger, Ivan, South Whitley. 
Michel, Simon, North Manchester. 
-Miller, .lacob & Malinda, sec 26, tp 31, 37.09 a. So. W., 

r f d 4. 
.^ iller. Lloyd & Grace, sec 22, tp 30, 14.76 a. So. W,. rfd 

>'M'er, Mary Jane, sec 23, tp 31, 70 a. So. W., r f d 1. 

^'iller, Jacob W., sec 2.'.. tp 31. 106 a, So. W., r f d 4. 

M'll-r. Clarence, South Whitley, r f d .i. 

Miller. Harry, South Whitley, r f d .5. 

^^■:Mer, A. V.. SoiUh Whitley. 

"Mller. X.-^rman, South Whitley, rfd-". 

Miller, Fllis J.. South Whitley, r f d 1. 

>:in:--, .''dam and Jane, sec 2, tp 30, 140 a. So. W.. rfd 4. 

A'ink, Samuel & Effie, sec 2, tp 30, 100a, So W., rfd 4. 

>'ishler, Lewis, sees 6-16-28, tp 30, 32S.6S a. So. W., rfd 

Mishler, Ira; sees 29-31, tp 31, 298.93 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
MisMer, Aaron, sec 31, tp 31, 199.72 a. So. W., r f d .5. 
Mi=Mer, Sarah A., s^c 6, tp 30, 20.t,?4 a, S. W., r f d 3. 
^-H-pHe- f- ?rn. South \^-hiMev. r f d .5. 
Mishler, Harlev A.. Soi'th Whitley, r f d 5. 
^^;,Me", lee. South ^Miitley. r f d 3. 
M-e. T^rnncis B.. sec <>. tp 30, 107.98 a, So. Whitley. 
.""'onVs, Mary, sees 9-16. tp 30, 14 a. So. W., r f d .3. 
^'onks, Orthoo, South Wliitley, r f d 5. 
■^'o^re. .indrev. sec 29, tp 30, 90 a So. W., r f d 1. 
>'o5'ier. John and Ora, sec 3, tp 30, 41.71 a. So. W., rfd 2 
■^'rnday. Sarah, sec 2, tp 30, 46 a, S. W., r f d 4. 
Meyer, Bert & Lizzie, sec 17, tp 30. 40 a. So. W., r f d 5 
"^•'ever, Moses, sec 21. tn 30, 140 a. So. Whitley. 
J'evers, Bert. South \\1iifley, r f d 5. 
Meyers, Simon, North Manchester. 



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Netf, Henry Lee & Carrie A., sec 29, tp 30, SOa, So. W. 
Xewcomer, Elmer, sec 30, tn 31, 14S a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Newcomer, Clifton, South Whitley, r f d 3. 
Nichols, W. F. & Turah, sec 13-16, tp 30, 103.29 a. So. 

W., r f d 3. 
Nichols, Roy and Mollie, sec 7, tp 30, 4 a. So. Whitley. 
Nicholson, Charles H., sec 26, tp 31, 80a So. W., r f d 4. 

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Nine, Anna Mary, sec 33, tp 31, SO a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Xinen, Mike, South Whitley, r f d 3. 
Xorris, Joseph H., sec 11, tp 30, 160 a. So. Whitley 
Xorris, Jos. & Sarah, sec 3, tp 30, 2.75 a. So. Whitle 
Xorris, Walter, South Whitley, r f d 2,, 

o 

Ohmart, Ralph, South Whitley, r f d 3. 
Oliver, James W., dec, sec o, tp 30, 1.50.40 a. 
Oliver, James W. & Sarah, sec 26, tp 31, SO a, non ri 
Oliver, genton, South Whitley, r f d 4. 



Parrett, Abraham, sec IS, tp 30, 100 a. No. Man., r f d. 
Parrett, Earl A., sec 18, tp 30, 45.60, No. Man., r f d 1. 
Parrett, Curtis and Earl, sec 18, tp 30, 36 a. No. Man., r 

f d 1. 
Parrott, Emaline J., sec IS, tp 30, 23.34 a. No. Man, rfd 

Pai'lns, Henry, soc ""l, tp 30, 140 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Pence. Allen M., sec 10, tp 30, 160.25 a, S. W. 

Pence, Romanthus & Emma B., sec 28, tp 30, 160 a. So. 

Whitley, r f d 1. 
Pence, Ama, sees 21-22, tp 30, 140 a. So. 'VMiitlev. 
Pence, Beni. & Susan, sec 13, tp 30. 120 a. So. W.", rtd 2. 
Pence, Jesse K., sec 4, tp 30, 80 a, -So. W., r f d 5. 
Pence, Edni Bell, sec 3, tp 31, 30 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Pence, Everett, sec ?■?>. tn 30. 50 a. So. w.. r f d i. 
Pence, Lorenzo, sec 21. tp 30, 30 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Pence, Flmes South Whitley. 
Pence. Paul, South Whitlev. 
Pence, G. R., South Whitley. 
Pence, Chester. South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Penn, Horace G. & Emma, sec 21, tp 30, 20 a. So. W r 

f d 1. 
Phillips, Susan A., sees 17-19-20. tn 30, 239.50 a, No. M. 
Phillips, Daniel, dec, sec 9, tp 30, 10a. 
Phillips. N'atilda. South Whitley, rfd 5. 
Phillips, Claude. South Whitlev, r f d 5. * 

Photzman. Walter B., sec 29. tp 30. SO a. No. ^Tan 
Plattner, Levi E., sec 24, tn 30. ]fi0.53 a. Sn. W r f d 2 
Plattner. Clarence E.. South Whitlev. r f d 2. 
Pook, louis & Dora, sec 2. tp 30. 105.29 a. So W r f d 4 
Pook, Fdwin. South Whitley, r f d4. 
Pook, William E.. sec 1. tn 30, 154 a. So W. r f d 4 
Pore. Rachel. South WTiitley. 
Pritchard, Lem, South Whitley, 

Prueh. Laura Pharh. s°c ?«. to 31. Cu-; po ^W r f d 4 
Pruffh. Laura Shorh. sec 26. tn 31, Ri) r So W rfd 4 
Pri'trh, Ravmond. South Whitley, r f d 4 
Purdy, Harvey, South Whitley. 



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R 

Pamsey, Wm. C, sec 21, tp 30, 40 a. S. W., r f d 1. 

Rasor, Charles. S outh Whitley, r f d 5. 

Rasor, .Tacob, South Whitley, r f d 5. 

Rautenkranz. Edw. & Ethel, sec 21, tp 30. -10 a. So. W., 

r f d 1. 
Raw, Charles and Etta, sec 16, tp 30, 30.1.5 a. So. W., rfd 

5. . 
Ray, Lerton D., sec 17. tp 30, 42 a. No M., r f d. 
T'eckard. Harmon W., sec 10, tp 30, 5.21 a. So. W., r f d 4 
Reece, Sarah C. sec 17, tp 30, 78 a. Col. Citv. r f d ^ 
Reece, Charles E., sec 35, tp 31, 85.50 a. Col City, r f d 1. 
Reed, r.elnhia G.. sec fi. tp 30. 114.SS a. So. ^V., rfd 5. 
Reed, Esther, sec 29, tp 31, SO a. So. W.. r f d 3. 
Peed, Esta A., sec IS, tp 30. SO a, No Man, r f d 1. 
Peed, Robert G.. South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Peed, Sam. South Whitlev, r f d 5. 

Pen?-. Georee H. B., sec 34, tn 30, 39.75 a. So. W., rfd 1. 
Reiff. David, sec 16, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Peiff, Pearl, ^lice & Floyd, sec 6, tp 30, 152.97 a. So. W., 

r f d 5. 
Rp'ff T o^ell. South Whitley, r f d 1. 
P°''fr. G?len. South Wv^it'e^-. r f d l . 
Pice. Levi, sec 31, tp 30, 160 a. No. Man., r t d. 
Richard, Et-jI. sec 25, tp ?0, SO a. So. W., r f d 2 
Ridenour. Dav4d H., sec ?9, tp 31. 20 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Pitter. Lloyd. South Wliitlev. r f d 2. 
Ross, Otto C., sec 17-18, tn 30. i5a.-^0 a. CoHamer. 
Poss, Ftta B.. sees 5-8 , tp 30, 2.65 a. Collamer. 
"••brqkp. r.enr?e. sec 33. t" 3] so 3 So. W.. r f n 3. 
Ruch, Marv C. src 3^. ♦n '0, SOa. Rn. W., r f d 1. 
Rnch, Wqlter. South Whitley r f d 1. 
Pufle. Ademar. gee S, tp 3n. 79.=;o n. CollTm°r. 
Pi'msev, William E.. sec 27. tn 30. 75 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Rupley, Henrv A., sec 36. *n 30. SO '. So. W., r f d 2. 
Puplev. .Tosenh. «ec ''i. tp 30. 80 a. Bippus. 
PunlGV. r-eo'-g-p E.. Biopus. 
Rupley, Matilda, Bippus. 

Schaaf, Jacob &- Huldah M.. South Whitley. 

Scbannep. Fdear. s^c .«. tn 30. 71 ^ Pn. W., r f d 5. 

Schannep, Oden, South Wbjtiev, r f d 5. 

Schannep, Clyde, South ■«Tiitley, r f d 5. 

Schneider. .Tohn F. & Lydia. sec 25, tp 30. 1 a. So W., r 

f d 4. 
Schrader. Daniel & Anna, soc 29. tn 30. 40a. So. W., rfd 1 
Schutle Frederick W.. sec 29. tn 31, 20 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Scott. C. F.. South Wbitlov. r f d 4. 
Sensenhaueh. Lvdia. Col'pmer. 
Sensenbaugh. Wm. and Ella, dec, sec 10, tp 30, 1.77 a. 

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fensenbaugh, Joshua D., South Whitley. 

Sii'enbausli, Jesse L., South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Seymour, Beni. F., sec 2S, tp 31, 29.30 a. So. Whitley. 

Shofer, Vern & Barbra, sec 20, tp 30, SO a, So. W., r f d 1 

.'^baffer, Een^ F. ,5- Rosa, sec 26, tp 30, 80 a, So. W., rfd 5 

.a-?fEer, E3rl, South Whitley, r f d 5. 

Shaffer, Landa. South Whitley, r f d 1. 

S'-i'-. .Austin «: Laura, sec 21, tp 30, 110 a S. W., rfd 5. 

P>anks, John T., sec 36, tp 30, 1.68 a. So. W.,-rtd 2. 

.'^"-e-"'er, Thomas J., South Whitley, r f d .5. 

Sheirer, Georf^e. South Whitlev, r f rt 4. 

~" ?:-Ffeld, Emery, South Wliitley, r f d 3. 

S'-erbahm. John M., sees 14-24, tp 30, 100.23 a. So. W., 

r f d 2. 
?"'-er>iThm, Edgar A., South "UTiitley. r f d 2. 
P'-r-dsr, Simon, sec 23, tp 30, 18a. So. W., r f d 5. 
S''-i-,er, levi3t^a^, sec 34, tp 31. 73 a. So. W. r f d 4, 
S'iriver.'T'rban C. sec 35, tn 31, 97.02 a, So. W. 
Shriver, Flnora, sec 3.5, tD 31. 79 a. So. Whitley. 
Shriver. Levi, sec 34, tp 31, 30 a, So. W., r f d 4. 
Shorb, Carolina S., sec 34, tp 31, 21.55 n. S. W., r f d 4. 
Shorb, Laura M., sec 26. tp 31. 40 a, Collaroer. 
Shorb. Grover C, sec 19, tp 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 5. 
Shultz, Leander, sec 20, tp 30, SO a, So. W.. r f d 1. 
Pi*'erts, William. Collamer. 

Sickafoose, Carl B., sees 3-4-9, to. 30. 50 a So W.. r f d 4 
Sickafoose. George B., sees 26-35, tp 30, 127.95 a, So. W., 

r f d 1. 
Sickafoose, Johu D., sec 26, tp 30, 63.80 a. So. W.. rfd 1. 
Sickafoose. Webster, sees 23-24, tp 30, 120 a. So. W., rfd 

1. 
Sickafoose, Gilbert O.. South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Sickafoose. Arthur, South Whitley, r f d 1. 
S'lDTnons. Samuel, sec 31., to 31. 12 a, S. W., r f d 5. 
'"'--mnns. William A., South Whitley. 
Simmons, Susan. rol'am°.r 
■^•-mons Fr-ink, South Whitley, r f d 5. 
Sink. Oscar R.. sec 34, tn 30. SO a. S'l. W.. r fi i. 
Siv'ts. "'''•Hn. sec 26, tp 31. 40 a. So. W.. r f d 4. 
Pinter. Mii*oTi & Aloma, sec 34; tp 31, 34.52 a. So. W., r f 

d 4. 
Slessman, Sherman, South Whitlev, r f d .4. 

«:-i = -.^,n. P^lr^h. South Wl^itlev. r f d 4. 

Sle=<!m3n, Charles. South ■^'bitley. r f d 1. 

Sm.it»i. Havid, sec 29, tn 30. 70 a. So. W., r f d 1. • ' 

^ni'th, Sarah E., sec 29, tn 30, 40 a. So Whitlev. 

omith. T Pura Ann. sees 5-8, tp 30, 3 a, Collamer. 

"^mith. John L,. dec. sec 32, tp 30. S3 a. 

Sm'tii, n"-en M., sec 27. tp 30, 120 a, No. Man. 

Smith. Jo'^n v.. Collamer. ' " 

c-rr,;**!, n^nd. South WTiitlev. r f d 1. ' •■• 

c-,v,;tv, ^TiiHarn F.. South X\Tiitlev. 

^r.-ii Tohn A., sec ''S. to 30, 80 a. So. W., r f d 1. • '. 

SneU. Carl, South Whitley, r f d 1. 

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in\der, Rudolph R., South Whitlev. 

Southerly, Oley & Ida, sec 2S, ;p 31, 1.50 a. So. W., rfd 3 

fouth Whitley Concrete Co., sec 8, tp 30, ..53 a, So. W. 

Spencer, Robert J., sec 32, tp 30, 24.50 a. No. Man. ', 

Spittler, Wm. H., sec 25, tp 31, 158 a, So. \V., r f d 4. 

Srittlei', Laura, sec 25, tp 31, 53.34 a. So. W., r f d 4. 

Spittler. F. E., South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Spohnauer, David & Eliza, sec 4, tp 30, 5.70 a, So. W 

Spohnauer, Xiles & Dessie, sec 9, tp 30, 3.". a, So. W., rfd 

Spohnauer. Eliza, sec 21, tp 30, 44 a, So. Whi'ley. 

Spray, Eli, sees 33-34, tp 31, 146.82 a, So. W., r f d 3 I 

Spray, Floyd, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Steele, RoUo, sec 33, tp 30, 40.50 a. So. W., r f d 1 

Steele, Minerva, sec 33, tp 30, 10 a. So W. r f d 1 

Steele, Rollo L.. South Whitlev. r t d 1 

Steel, John, South Whitley, r f d 1. 

Steele, William, South Whitlev, r f d 1. I 

Stewart, Emma V.. sec 20. tp 30, 1 a. So. W., r f d 1 I 

Stickey, M. J., sec S, tp 30, 40 a. So. W., r f d 5. ' 

Stoner, /Iva. South \^ hitlev, r t d 1 

Stoner. Frank, South Whitlev, r f d 1. 

Stout, Zenithan, sec 31, tp 31, SO a. So. W.. r t d 5 

Strickler, Albert, South Whitlev, r f d 1. 

Striggle, Albert, sec 7-S-31. tp 30-31, 123 a. Cnllamer 

StriJgle, William, sec 9-16, tp 3", 129.50 a. So. W r f d 5 

Stri?gle, Jos., sec 7, tp 30, 100.50 a. So. W., r f d 5 

Striggle, David, sees 9-16, tp 30. 90 a. So. W r f d 5 

Striggle, Francis A., Soi'th Whitlev, r f d 5. 

Striggle, Dwight, South Whitlev. rfd 5. 

Striggle. Earl. South Whitlev, r f d 5. 

Stuckey, Winson. South Whitlev, r f d 5. 

Stuckey, David H.. sec 32. tp 31, 79 a. So. W.. r f d 5 

Stumpff, Benjamin F., sec ?3, tp 3 0, 4 a. So \V r f d 5 

Stumpf;, Aaron, South Whitley. 

Stumpff. Joseph, sec 22-23, tp 30. 140 a. o W rfd 5 

Stumpff. Everett, sec 21. tp 30, iO a. So. W.. r f ,1 1 

Siumnff, PrunK. South WMtley, r t d 1. 

StrmpfT, Russell. South Whitlev, r f d 1. 

= "mmers. >'ary. South Whitley. 

Swank, Arthur E , sec 29, tp 31, 7fi a. So. V r f d 5 

Swihart, Noah, dec, sec 1, tp 30, 60 a 



Tallr.-, Jesse M., sec 10, tp 30, 11a, So. W.. r i d .5. 
Tarp.-iining, Aaron H. D., South Whitley, f d 4 
ThomKS, John F.. sec 29, tp 30. 80 a. So 'v." r f d 
Thomas, Francis E., South Whitlev, r f d 2 
Thompson] Benl. F., sec 30. tp 31. 190 a. So W r f 
Thompson, Carl & Lettie. South Whitlev, r f d .3 
Thompson, Marcus, South Whitlev, r f d 3. 



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Todd, Francis & Samuel, sec 33, tp 31, 40 a, So. W., r f d 

3. 
Ti-essler, Simon P. & Elva, sec 32, tp 31, 80 a, So. W., r 

f d 5. 
Trier, John, sees 25-36, tp 31, 159 a. So. W., r f d 4. 
Trier. Christian F., sec 2, tp 30, 153.94 a. So. W., rfd 4. 
Trier, Martin E.. South WTiitley, r t d 4. 
Trier. .Martha, South WTiitley, r f d 4. 
Tn'mp, Adeline, sec 20, tp 30, SO a. So. Whitley. 
Tschantz, Jos. & Bessie, sees 4-8-9, tp 30, 51 a. So. W., r 

f d 5. 
Tschantz. John & Maud, see 5, tp 30, 71.40 a. So. W rfd 

5. 
Turner, B. F., South WTiitley, r f d 1. 



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rierv, Orville & Edith, sec 13, tp 30, 159.50 a, S. vV., r 

f d 2. 
riery, Eliza Ann, sec ?S. tp 31, 14S a. So. W., r f d 3. 
rierv, Carl P.. South Whitley, r f d 4. 
rrsh'ell, Daniel & Bertha, sec 3, tp 30, 109.91a. So. W^, r 

f d 1. 



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Ward, Clavton, dec, sec 12, tp 30, 160a. 

Ward, William, sec 26, tp 30, SO a. So. W., r f d 4. 

Ward, Bibbert & Minnie, sec 15, tp 30, 1.50a., So. W., r 

f d 1. 
Ward, Frank, sec 24, tp 30, 40.16 a, So. W., r f d 2. 
Ward, M. E., South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Wird, Joe, South Whitley,' r f d 4. 

Warner, James & Tylvi, sec 29, tp 31, 40 a. So. W., rtd 3. 
Warner, Aiden & Carrie, sec 36, tp 30, 1 a. So. W., r f d 2 
Warner, Harmon H., South Whitley. 
V"arner, Lloyd, South Whitley. 
Warner. James, South Whitley, r f d 3. 
^''arner: Albert B., South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Warner. Aden. South Whitley, r t d 2. 
Walters, Ray, sec 26, tp 30, 12S.20 a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Wau'h. J. Lee. sec 26, tp 31, 80 a, So. W., r f d 4. 
Webster, M. W., sec 3, tp 30, 15 a. So. Wliiflev. 
Webster, A. D., sec 3. tp 30, 141 a. So. W'., r f d 3. 
Wetzel, Solomon & Margaret, sec 17, tp 30, SO a. So. W., 

r t d 1. 
■^vetzel. Hubert, South Whitley, r f d 1. 
Widner, John & Tillitha, sec 36, tp 31, 67.40 a, So. W., r 

t d 4. 
Widner, Elmer D., South WTiitley, r f d 4. 
■Williams, Raymond, dec, sec 32, tp 31, 80 a. 
Williamson, H. H., sees 11-13, tp 30, 20S a, So. W., r f d 



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Williamson, P. M., sees 13-14, tp 30, 144.40 a, So. W., r 

f d 2. 
Williamson, P. M. & Rose, sec 14, tp 30, 4 a. So. W., rfd 

Williamson, Harley, et al., sec 14, tp 30, 100 a. So. W., r 

f d 2. 
Williamson, RoUo, South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Williamson, John H., South \\'liitlev, r f d 1. 
Wilson, Henry D., sec 34, tp 30, 80 a, So. W., r f d 1. 
Wilson, Wm. H., sec 14, tp 30, 65.50 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Wilson, Albert L. W., sec 35, tp 30, SO a. So. W., r f d 1. 
Wilson, Charles, sec 8, tp 30, 8a, Collamer. 
Winesburg, Charles, sec 3, tp 30, 7 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Wolf, Edward, sec 31, tp 31, SO a, Pierceton. 



Yeager, William C, sec 36, tp 30, 18 a. So. Whitley. 
Yocum, Esta. South Whitley. 

Young, Silas W., sec 24, tp 30, 101.50 a. So. W., r f d 
Young. Lucinda, sec 2, tp 30, 25 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Young, Orva, sec 2, tp 30, 25 a. So. W., r f d 2. 



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Zile. Earl, South Whitley, r f d 5 
Zipelmann, Roy, South Whitley, 



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FARMERS 



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We want your Dead Stock, Horses, Colts 
Cows, Calves, Hogs, Sheep, anything over 
50 lbs. 

Call us and save yourself the trouble of 
burying. Calls promptly attended to. 
Tankage for sale. 

Whitley County Tankage Company 

Carl Waterfall, Manager. 

Farmers Phone 207 Home Phone 494 
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Richland Township 

Adams. William, Larwill. 

Anderson, William S., sees 13-14, IIS a. Col. City, r f d 

Anderson, Keith, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Anderson, Martha J., sec 16, 66.50 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Anderson, Frank, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Armold, Carrie, Larwill. 

Aultom, George, sec 26, 40 a, Larwill. 



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Barber, Charles P., sec 32, 34 a, Larwill. 

Barber, Winfield S,, dec, sees 32-33, 82. 2S a. 

Barber, W. S. & Alice King, sec 32, .50 a, Larwill. 

Baker, Anna E. & Rozella, Larwill. 

Baker, Samuel & Ora, Larwill. 

Baker, Charles R., Larwill. 

Baker, Arthur, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Barnes, Mary C, sec 32, .25 a, Larwill. 

Barnes, Albert, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Barney, Sarah, sec 30, 10 a, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Barney, Levi F. & Ruth M., sec 29, la, Larwill. 

Barney, Ralph L., Larwill r t d 1. 

Baublitt, Isaac N., sec 19, 5S.50 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Bayman, William, sec IS, 94 a, So. W., r f d 3. 

Bayman, Thomas, sees 18-19, 9S a. So. W.. r f d 3. 

Bear, John E., Larwill, r f d 3. 

Beard, Isaac, sec 35, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Beard, Anion E., sec 35, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Beard, Fred, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Beard, Wallace, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Beard, George, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Beard, Amanda, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Beasley, Harriett, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Beaty, Charles W. 

Beaucha Chloe O., Larwill. 

Binckley, Lydia :m., sec 30, 150 a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Einkley, Fred J. Larwill, r f d 1. 

Binkley, James & Sarah, sec 32, 33.46 a, Larwill, r f d 

Boggs, James D., Larwill. 

Bonebrake, J. H. & C. P., sec 22, SO a. So. W., r f d 4. 

Boyd, Elizabeth, see 11, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Boyer, Abagail, sec 28, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

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Boyer, George, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Boyer, Ira, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Brov.n, Charles S., sec 24, 55 a. Col. City, rfd 1. 

Hrown, Ernest V. & Erma F., sec 27, 1G.25 a, Larwill. rtd 

Browu, Mary & John, sec 24, 35 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Brown, Ralph B., Larwiil, r f d 2. 

Brown, Grover C, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Brubaker, William H., dec, sec 19, SO a 

Brubaker, Thomas C, sec 12, 39 a. Col. City r t d 1 

Bruner, Ada, .^ec 9, 10 a, Larwill. 

Bruncr, Margaret, sec 9, 40 a, Larwill. 

Bruner, Robert L., sees 3-9, 11. IS a, Larwill, 

liruner, Zeno. sec 9, 20 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Bruner, John, dec, sec 4, 4.95 a. 

Bruner, Otis, sec 9, 60 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Bruner, Alonzo, sees 10-15, 50 a, Larwill. 

Bullers, Lorinda, sec 32, .25 a, Larwill. 

Buntain, Elizabeth, sec 32, .30 a, Larwill. 

Buntain, John H., sec 30, SO a, Larwill, r f il 1 

Buntain, \V. H. & Mary, sec 29, 78.50 a, Larwill. r f d 1 

Buntain, William H., sec 32, 19.50 a, Larwill r f d 1 

Buntain, Ellen, et al, sec 31, SO a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Buntain, Fred & Ellen, sec 30, 60 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Buntain. Elijah F., sees 29-30, 138.75 a. Larwill. 

BiTd, Jacob & Rosanah, sec 12, 6 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Butler, Thomas, dec, sec 13, 58 a. 

Butler, Adellia, et al., sec 1, 59 a. Col. Citv, rfd 1. 

Bi tier, John, sec 1, 55.54 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

B'Jtler, Carl, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Butler, .Millard, Columbia City, r f d 1 

c 

C3d\, }.'innie A., sec 22, 35 a So. W., r f d 4. 

Cady, John, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Carper, Russell, South Whitley, r f d 4. 

Cirre;-, Alfred, sec 32, .25 a, Larwill. 

Clark, Charles H., sec 3 2, .25 a, Larwill. 

Clark, Uriah, dec, & wife sec 3. 1.57 a, Larwill. 

Clem, Daniel Y., sees 35-36, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Clevenger, Jennie, sec 3 2, 1 a, Larwill. 

Clevenier, Lewis. Larwill. 

Clusston, D. B., jr., sec 5, 30 a, Columbia City. 

Coffelt, Herbert A., sec 10, 110 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Compton. Ellen, sec 21, 51 a. South Whitley. 

Compton, George O.. sees 15-22, 240.50 a. Col. City. 

Compton, A. J., sees 7-1 7-1 S, 200 a. Fort Wayne. 

Cone, Miranda, sec 18, 40 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Cone, Chester L., South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Cook. Lyman, C, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Coplin, Elizabeth, sec 30, 31 a. Pierceton. 

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Coplin, Cyrenus, sec 30, 70.75 a, Pierceton. 

Cornelius, Frederick & Emaline, sec 35, 132.50 a. Col. C 
r f d 1. 

Cornelius, Charles, sec 35. 45.12 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Cornelius, Ira C, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Creager, Oscar & Lydia, sec 12, 25 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Cripe, Noah, sec 20, 9 a. So. Whitley, r f d 3. 

Crowell, Verlin, sec 33, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Croy, Daniel S., South Whitley, r t d 3. 

CuUan, Albert S., & Bertha, sec 20, 160 a, So. W.. r t d 3. 

Cullimore, Robert L., sec 23, 27 a, So. W., r t d 4. 

Cunningham, Chloe, Larwill. r f d 2. 

Cunningham, Julia & Elnora Gutcher, sec 33, 160 a, Lar- 
will, r f d 3. 

Cunningham, Joseph H., Larwill. 

Curtis, Wm. J. & Cora May, Larwill. 

Curtis, Elizabeth, sec 4, IS a, Larwill. 



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David, Franklin T., Larwill. 

Davis, Eli, Larwill. 

Dietrich, Daniel, sees 3-32, 204.25 a, Larwill. 

Dietrich, Frank A. and Maud E., Larwill, r f d 3. 

Dietrich, John and Anna, sec 12, 100 a, Larwill. 

Dietrich, Fred, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Dill, Anna, sec 6, 15S a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Dill, David. Piercton, r f d 2. 

Dowell, Warren & Laura, sec 1, 91. SS a, Columbia City. 

Duggins, Isaac R., sec IS, 3S.50 a, Sn. Whitlpy, r f d 3. 

Dutterer, John F., sec 15, 40 a. So. W., r f d 3. 



Earlywine, Daniel, sec 21, SO a, So. W., r f d 3. 
• Egner, David, sec 25, 7 a. Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Eikenberry, Samuel, sec 6, 160 a. Pierceton, r t d 2. 

Elliott. Alice, sec 34, 80 a, Larwill, r t d 2. 
I Elliott, Lucy &- .Murl, sec IS, 40 a, So. W., r f d 3. 

i Elliott, Murl, sec 7, 4 a, So. W., r f d 3. 

! Evans, Mary, sec 20, 67 a. So. Whitlev, r f d 3. 

Evans, Estella, sec 17, 80 a. So. Whitley, r f d 3. 
I Evans, Mary 1st, sec 20, 67 a, So. Whitlev, r f d 3. 

j Eve, Jacob & Ann M., sec 19, 40 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Eve, John J. & Charlotte R., sees 20-21, 62 a. So. W., 
I f d 3. 









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Faurote, Wayne, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Ferry, Frank I., dec, sec 20, 80 a. 
1 Ferry, Mrs. Frank L, South Whtiley, r f d 3. 
Ferris, fJtto J., dec, sec 12, 14.52 a. 








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I'irestone, Walter A., soldier now in U. S. Service. 

I'liekinger, Sylvester A., sec 32, .50 a, Larwill. r f d 

Flinn, William S., Columbia City. 

Fox, .John, sec 13, 60 a, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Fox, Clyde. Columbia Citv. r f d 1. 

Fox, Samuel. Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Freeman, Elizabeth, sec 19, 5S a. So. Whitley, r f d 

Fritz, David, sees 15-16, 45 a. So. Whitley, r f d 3. 

Fritz, Ann, sec 15, 40 a. So. W., r t d 3. 

Fritz. Edv. ard. South Wliitley, r f d 3. 

Froh, Fred & Ada M., .sec 6, 49.57 a. Larwill, r f d 1 



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Gable, Sheridan C, ^ 2b. oO a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Galbreath, Martin L., p°c 19, 19 a, So. W., r f r. . 

Gandy, Charles M., sec 2S, 80 a, Pierceton, r f d ' 

Gerard, Charles. South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Gebert, August, sees 9-29-30, 291 a. Lirwill. r f d 1. 

Gebert, Catherine, sec 29, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Gebert, Andrew, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Geiger, Bert C, sec 14, 26 a, Columbia City. 

nin<'h"r. William H.. sec 3. 1 a, Larwill. 

Goff, Edward, sec 19, 125.95 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Goodrich, Frank L. & Nettie, sec 25, 201.20 a, Col, City, 

r f d 14. 
r-.oof'rich. ^•a^v A., s'c ''5. ^2.-0 a. Col. Cit-. r f d 14. 
Graham, Cash M., sees 22-23, 105 a. South Whitley. 
Grant, Elmer E.. sec 26, 26 a. Columbia City. 
Grant, Pearl L., sec 26. 40 a. Columbia City, 
n-av, Thomas, sec 20, 8 a. South Whitley, r f d 3. 
Gray. Marv Jane, et al , se^ i 9 30 a «n. Whitley, r f d 3. 
Gray, Hershell C, South Whitley, r f d 3. 
Grice, Mary E., Larwill. 
Gross, Fred. Larwill. r f d 3. 
Gutcher, Elnora, dee., sec 2S, 130 a. 
Guy. Franci= C, sec 5, 115.69 a, Columbia City. 



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Haas. Mary ■^'., sec 27, 5C a, Larwill, r t -^ 2. 
Haas. Elizabeth, sec 33, 4u a, Larwill, r f L 2 
Halderbaum, Cornelius, So. W., r f d 3. 
Halderman, .Jacob, sec 33, 40 a, Larwill. 
Halderman, Elizabeth, sec 32, 43 a, Larwill. 
Halderman, M. F., Larwill. 

Harshman, George, sees 11-19-20, 139.99 a, So. W., r 
Harter, Howard, Pierceton, r t d 2. 
Hartle. Fred E.. postmaster at Larwill. 
Hartman, Jonatha, dec, sec 1-2, 131.73 a. 
Hartman, Jonathan & Russell, sec 4, 40 a, Larwill. 
flartman, Francis A., see 2, 51.11 a, Columbia City 
Hartman, Pearl M., Larwill. r f d 3. 
Hartman, Lloyd, Larwill, r f d 3. 

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l.ati.eUl, Airs. Albert, Larwill. 

Kaihav, ay, Vvm. v., dec, sec 7, 70 a. 

Kathawa: , John, sec 9, ?0 a. So. W., r f d 4. 

I'athaway, Mary E., sec 7, 4 a. So. W.. r f d 4. 

Hathawaj, Clinton, Pierceton. 

Kay, Edward F., South V.Tiitley, r f d 4. 

Haydea & Trachsel, hardware dealers, Larwill. 

Kaynss, Catherine, Larwill, r f d 3. 

I. eadington, G. F., Larwill. 

Hearld, Edward, Columbia City, r f d ]. 

Keltrich, Kenry B.. sees 12-13, US a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Belfrich, Ray, Columbia City, r t d 1. 

liedfrich, Simon B., Larwill. 

Kess. Fyrl C, .?outh ^Vhitley, r f d 3. 

Hively, Charley, sec 14, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Hively, Sophia Jane, sec 14, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Hoffert. Amelia L., sees 32-33, 217.09 a, Lai will, r f d 2 

IToffert, Geo. J. & Elizabeth, sec 33, 80 a, Larwill, rfd 

Hoffert, Joseph F., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Kolycross. Edward L., pecs 2-3, 71.27 a, Larwill, rfd 3. 

l-.'ol- cross, Daniel, sec 3, 1.30 a, Larwill. 

Holycross, Albert. Larwill. 

Hoover, Ida M., Larwill. 

Hoover, Earl, Larwill, rfd 1. 



J?.r!-son, John W., sees 11-12-13, 282.48 a, Col C. rfd 
Jackson, John P., sec 25, IS.nO a. Col. City, r t d 14. 
JacVson, Ralrh, Columbia City, rfd 14. 



Jnmes 


Charles S 


.. sec 5. 


80 a, Pierceton 


r f d 2. 


Jr'tnes, 


Hazel L. 


Larwill 


r f d 2. 




Jpmes, 


Oliver H. 


Larwill 






^elli'ion, Thomas 


sees 21 


22, 9fi a. So. \v-hitiey. J 


JelHson, Clara, s 


ec 22, 4 


4 a. South Wh 


tley. 


Jellison, R. A., S 


outh Whitley, r f d 3. 




Johnson, O. L.. 


Larwill. 






Johnson, Elmer, 


Larwill 






Johnson. Ralnh, 


larwill. 


r f d 3. 




Jones. 


Edward, sees 25-2 


6, 200 a, Larwi 


11, r f d ?,. 


Jones, 


Nellie G.. 


sec 26 54 a, Larwill, r 


f d 3. 


Jones, 


G. Frank 


Larwill 


r f d 3. 




Jones. 


I ewis. La 


rwill, r f 


d 3. 




Julian 


Jimes. sec 8. SO 


a. Pierceton, r 


f d 2. 


Julian 


Eli. Pierceton, r f d 2. 




Julian 


Oscar E. 


Pierceton, r f d 2. 










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Kaler, 


James B., 


sec 4, 1 


12 a, Columbia Ctiy. 


Kannel, John M. 


sec 2 4, 


21 a, Col. City, 


r t d 1. 








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Keel, Arley W., sec 16, 20 a. So. \V., r £ d 3. 

Keirn, Glen, Larwlll, r f d 3. 

1 eun, Dennis, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Keiser, Cyrus, sec 25, lo'J a, Columbia City. 

Reiser, Frederick & Ida B., Larwill. 

Kelly, John A & Elnora Gutcher, Larwill, 

Kelley, Elnora Gutcher, sec '^2, 90. ST a, Larwill. 

Kemery, Elmer, Larwill, r f d 3. 

King, Alonzo, dec, sec 32, 52 a. 

King, Festus R., sees 14-25, SO a. So. \V., r f d 3. 

Kins, Allen D., sec 32, 1.25 a, Larwill. 

King, R. A., Larwill, r f d 2. 

King, Cafl B., Larwill, r f d 3. 

Kirkpatrick, John W., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Kisler, John L. & Harry H., sec 35, 80 a. Col. C, rfd 1 

Kissinger, W. H. & B. Clapham, sec 26, 40 a. Col. Cit\ 

Kissinger, Wm. H., sec 24, 4S a, Columbia City. 

Kissinger, Charles .M., sees 15-16, 70 a. So. \V., r f d 3, 

Kistler, Aaron, sec 4, 2 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Kistler, Charles H., sec 4, 1.75 a, Larwill. 

Kistler, Nora E., & Ella, sec 4, SO a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Kistler, Forrest E., Larwill, r f d 3. 

Klingerman, Nancy, sec 34, 39.90 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Klingerman, Geo. R., sec 34, 39.90 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Klingerman, .Alary C, sec 5, 6.25 a, Larwill. 

Klingerman, Mary J., sec 34, 13.33 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Klingerman, Otto, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Knisley, Ale.\ander, see 12, 140 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Knisley, Walter A., Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Knox, Geo. O., sec 15, SO a, non resident. 

Knox, Curtis, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Kreider, Jacob, sees 21-22, 144.50 a. ?o. Whitley. 

Kyler, Garth R. & Jessie, sec 19, 50.27 a. Pierce., rfd 2 

Kyler. Julia Ann, sec 30, 78.50 a. Larwill, r f d 1. 

Kyler, Thomas, sec 30, 3S a. Wagon Mound, X. M. 

Kyler, George, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Kyler, Frank, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Kyler, Garth, Pierceton, r f d 2. 



Lake, Daniel, Kirk & Clara, sees 29-32, 20 a. L- , rfd 
Lake, William P., dec, sec 10, 40 a. 
Lake, Charles €., Larwill. 

Lancaster, Alonzo L., sees 16-17, 280 a. So. W., r t d 3 
Lancaster, Mary E., sec 22, 80 a, So. W., r f d 3. 
Lancaster, William E.. sees 6-8 2 00 a. So. W., r f d 3. 
Lancaster, Orville W., South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Lancaster, Russell, South 'UTiitley, r f d 3. 
Lansdown, W. H., South Wliitley, r f d 3. 
Leach, Sylvanus, sec 19, 8 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
Leedy, Lyman, sec 7, 266.49 a, Pierceton. r f d 2. 



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DIRECTORY OF RICHLAND TOWNSHIP 

Lemon, Hazel cS: Lola, sec 34, 50 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Lemon. :Mary J., sees 34-35, 90 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Lilly, Delia & Viola Helfrich, sec 13, 71 a, Col. City, rfd 

Linn, Sila E., sec 18, 40 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Linn, Earnest R., Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Linvill, Arthur J., sec 13, 59.25 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Loe, Reuben & Ida C, sec 24, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Loe, Jesse, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Long, Hiram, dec, sec 31, 90 a. 

Long, Hiram, jr., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Long, Fran'.flin F. & Nellie E., Larwill. 

Lons, Charles M., Larwill. 

Lower, Leander & Lydia, sec 29-30. 30 a, Larwill. r f d 1 

Lower, Alton & F. Deitrich, Larwill. r f d 1 



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Mannen. Charles, sec 22, 80 a, Peru, Ind. 

>'archand, Charles F., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Marchand, Sarah E., dec, sec 32, 1.50 a. 

Marchand, Lyman S., Larwill. 

Marchand. Samuel B., Larwill. 

:\'artin, Stephen A., sec 23, 160 a. So. W., r f d 4. 

Martin, Nancy, sec 23, 33 a, So. W., r f d 4. 

Martin, Sarah E., sec 23, 80 a, So. W., r t d 4. 

Martin. Claud & Mary, sec 8. 50 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

">'artin, Warren W., Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Mathews, Harriet C, sec 24, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Mathews, Dial. Columbia City, r f d 1. 

'^'athias, To»in. sees 2-11, 120 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Mathias, John Henrv, sees 10-14, 90 a. Larwill, r f d 3. 

^'■^thias, John H. & Katie J., sec 11, 40 a, Larwill rfd 3. 

Mathias, Henry, sec 11, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Mathias, William, sees 2-3, lOfi.93 a, Larwill, r t d 3. 

■"athias, Richard, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Mathias. Charles_LRrwill, r f d 3. 

"^'altix. Chas. E., Larwill, r f d 1. 

-.PnnneM. Flnora M.. et al. sec 21. 20 a. So. Whitley. 

?'cConnell. John F.. sec "0. 213 a. So. W.. r f H S. 

"^'cConnell. A\msL O.. sec 21, 105 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

■^''cConnel. Harvey W^ sees 18-19, 64.50 a. So. W., rfd 3. 

McConnelL Harvey W. & wife, sec 19, 25.50 a. So. W., r f 

d 3. 
McCrea, Bayard T., and Sarah, sec 3, .06 a, Larwill. 
McCrea, .4sher L. and Cptherine H., Larwill. 
■>^cCrea. Thomas P., Larwill. 
■^VDonnld, John. dec. and Zelda, sec 8, 40 a. 
McDonald. Lucinda. Larwill. 
VcGrnw. William, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
"*'rl alien, Henry D., sec 23, 160 a, Columbia City. 
McNaeny, Alex S., dec, sec 4. 34 a. 

>TcNagny, William F., sees 8-9-31, 420 a. Columbia City. 
McNagny, W. F. & Hattie, sec 4, 48 a, Columbia City. 

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McNasny, Hattie, sec 4, 52 a, Larwill. 

Metzger, Cora A., sec 1, 122.29 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Miller, Willis A., sec 14-1.5, 400 a. So. W., r f d 4. 

Miller, Edward, sec 27, 120 a, Larwill, r t d 3. 

Miller, Wallins, s°cs 2.5-35, 121 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

.Miller, Catherine R., sec 22, 179 a, Columbia City. 

Miller, George F., sec 22, 10 a. Columbia City. 

Miller, Michael & Emma, sec 27, 80 a. Larwill, r f d 3. 

Miller, Emma, sec 2 7, 20. ,''.2 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

:\Iiller, Anthonv, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Miller, Leo. Larwill, r f d 3. 

Mindnich, Martin J. Mary, sec 5, 120 a, Pierceton. rfd : 

Mindnich &■ Setler, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Moe, Ellen J, & Emma, sec 19. 14.50 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Mohn. William H., sec 4, 1 a, Larwill. 

Jlohn, Samuel W., Larwill. 

JToIter, Edward & Mary, the Larwill bakers. 

Mosher. Mary Ellen, sec 21, .50 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Mowrey, Lewis, dec, sec 35, 75.11 a. 

Mowrey, Asher P., sec 27, SO a. Larwill. r f d 3. 



Xorris, Josepr A., sec 16, 100 a. Larwill. 

Xorris. Mary E,, Larwill. 

Xorris, Samuel H., sec 16, 80 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Xorri?, Lewis L., sec 16, 77.50 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Xorris, Lewis L. & Viola, sec 16, 30 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Xorris, C. E. South Wliitley, r f d3. 

Xorris. Worth, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

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Osborn, Benjamin A., sec 23, 80 a. So. W., r f d 4. 
Oshorn, Harry, South Whitley, r f d 4. 
Osb-rn, Charles H., South Whitley, r f d 4. 



Palmer. Samuel L. & Ellen, sec 7, 42.75 a, Larwill rfd 3. 

Palmer, Jos. Leroy, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Parish. William J., sec 20, 80 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Patterson, Jas. P. & Wm. J., sec 10, SO a, Larwill, rfd 3. 

Patterson, Roily, Larwill. 

Peppers, William, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Perry, Sylvester, sec 28, 40 a. Larwill, r f u 3. 

Picket, Elmer J, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Pinney. Frank W., sec 13, 60 a, Xo. Manchester. 

Piper. Ocia & Elizabeth Perry, sec 6, 233.36 a, Pierceton 

Peper, George P., Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Plummer, Jacob Earl, sec 1, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Pritchard, Catharine, sec 13, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Pritchard, Elsie, sec 21, .50 a. So. Whitley. 

Pritchard, Samuel N., Columbia City, r f d 1. 

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Pritchard, Pearl, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Prugh, George W., dec, sec 9, 74 a. 

Prugh, G. W. & Nancy, sec 9, So. W., r f d 3. 

Prugh, Nancy, sec 9, 10 a. South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Prugh, Sarah & Marcus, sec 9, 160 a, Larwill. 

Prugh, Gladys, Larwill. 

Prugh, Paul, Larwill. 

Prugh, Albert E.. Larwill. 

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Roderick, Wm. O., & Rhoda, sec 27, 39.73 a, Larwill, r f 

d 3. 
Rollins, Etta, Larwill. 

Rush, Edward F.. sec 11, 80 a. Larwill, r f d 3. 
"Rush, Edward F., and Axie, sec 10, 90 a, Larwill, rfd 3. 
Rynerson, Martha E., sec 13, 4 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Rynerson, C. E., Larwill, r t d 3. 
Rager, Levi, sec 7, 80 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
Raupfer, William E., sec 36, 40 a, Columbia City. 
Kay, Charles, sec 13, 20 a, Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Reader, John, Larwill. 

Ream, George, sees 4-7-18, 397.36 a, Larwill. 
Ream, George, jr., Larwill. 

Ream, Benjamin F., sec 36, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Reece, Thomas, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Richard, Sedalia L, sec 19, 54.26 a, Pierceton, r t d 2. 
Richard, Frank J., Pierceton, r f d 2. 
Rindturz, Philip H., sec 10, 80 a, Larwill. 
Rindfusz, Elmer E., Larwill general merchant. 
Rindfusz, Wm. H., sec 19, 40 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
Roadarmel. Leonard, sec 1.5, 40 a. So. W., r t d 3. 
Roberts. William H., sec 13, 10.50 a. Col. City, rf f d 1. 
Roby, Barnett, Larwill. 

Sappington, J^mes S., sees 27-28, 110 a. Larw il rfd" 
Sattison, Scott, sec 26, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3 
Schaper, Lewis, sec 26, 240 a, Columbia Citv. - f d 1. 
Schrader, Jacob S., sec IS, 80 a, Columbia City r f d 4 
Schrader, Orville J. & Lottie, sec 18, 33 a. So. W., r f d 3 
Schroeder, F. M. & Mable, sec 32, .77 a Larwill 
Schuman, M. L. & John, sec 36, 240 a. Col. City' r f d 14 
Schuman, Joshua H., sec 12, 124.23 a. Col. City,' r f d 1. 
Schuman, Robert Lee, dec, sec 25, 50 a. 
Schuman, Franklin, dec, sec 34, 44.43- a. 
Schuman, Wm. C, sees 11-36, 160 a. Col. City r f d 1 
Schuman, Wm. C. & Robt., Sec 36, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 1 
Schuman, Robt. Lee, jr., sec 25, 79 a, Col. City, r f d 14 
Schuman, Catherine, sec 3 4, 80 a, CoL City, r f d 1 
Schuman, Mary Jane, sec 34, 80 a, Columbia City 
Schuman, Grover C, sec 2, 157.42 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

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Seymour, B. F., sec 21, 28.10 a. South Whitley. 
Shank, Sebastian, sec 24, 10 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Shoemaker, Roswell A., sec 28, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Shriver, George O., & Maud, sees 21-22, 100.50 a. So. \\^, 

r f d 3. 
Shuh, John W., sec 1, 134.48 a. Col. City, r t d 1. 
Simison, Emma sec 10, 70 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Simiscn, Loren E., Larwill, r f d 3. 
Sloffer, Benj. P., sec 28-33, 120 a, LaOtto, Ind. 
Smalley, John R., sec 32, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Smalley, J. i*"" . Larwill. 

Smalley, Ri-hard, sees 31-32, 198.25 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Smith, RobHrt T., sec 24, 57 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Smith, Robert T. & Sarah, sec 24, 25 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Smith, Fred G., sees 13-24, 42.50 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Smith, F. G. & R. T., sec 13, .75 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Smith, Geo. \V., & Harriet, sec 24, 56.25 a, Col. City, rfd 

1. 
Smith, Albert H. & Rebecca sec 22, 60 a. So. W., rfd 4. 
?mith, Charles S. & Edna E., Larwill. 
Smith. Winfield S.. Larwill. 
Smith, Anna B., sec 31, 20 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Smith, David J., wife, sec 13, 63.85 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Smith. George F., Larwill. 
Smith, William E.. Larwill. 
Smith, Paul, Larwill. 
Smithers, Daniel, Larwill. 
Snell. Charles, Larwill. r f d 3. 
Snell. Milton, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Snyder. .Monroe, sees 11-12, 100 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Snyder, Harry, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Sopdei, James M. & Sadie, sec 10, 65 a. Larwill. 
Soiuler, James M.. sec 10, 4 a, Larwill. 
.=^ouder. Lester, Larwill. 
Soiider. Wilson O., Larwill, r f d 3. 
S' ittler. Fares 0., Larwill. 
=^'il^ ell, Georee W., sec 3, 8 a. Chicago. 
Stafford. Melvin & Catherine, sec 16. 60 a. So. W.. rfd 3. 
Strel. Geor'e W.. sec 5, 70.77 a, iPerceton. r f d 2. 
Steel, Adam T. & Louisa, sec 31, 5 a, Larwill. 
Steel. William M., sees 4-5, 69.8 6 a, Larwill. 
Sterlin?, George W., sec 3, 59.50 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Stoler, John, et al., sec 31, 76 a, Larwill. 
Stoler, Eli, Larwill. 
Stoler. Sarah, Larwill. 
Stickler, A. A., Larwill, r f d 2. 
Swank, Arthur D., & Roy G. Pence, see 18, 40 a, So. W.. 

r f d 3. 
Sweeney, James A. & Julia M., sec 3, SO a, Larwill, rfd 3. 
Sweeney, Alvin S., Larwill, r f d 3. 
Sweeney, Perry & Beulah, Larwill, r f d 3. 

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Tannehill. Harry. Larwill, r f d 2. 

Taylor, Ernest, Larwill. 

Tennant, Dr. Lewis \V., Larwill. 

Terman, Albert J. & Rosa A., Larwill. 

Thompson, Laura yi., sees 4-5, 286 a, Larwill. 

Thompson, August H., sees 4-28, 240 a. Larwill, r f d 

Thompson, Wallace, et al, sec 9, 50 a, Larwill. 

Thompson, Emily, Larwill. 

Thompson, Albert E.. Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Tillett, Harry C, sees 35-36, SO a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Trachsel, John, sees 2-32. 60.50 a, Larwill. 

Trachsel, Shanton and Dora, sec 32, .22 a, Larwill. 



\'andersaul, Eber S., Larwill, r f d 3. 
Vawter, Rev. C. M., M. E. minister Larwill. 



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Walgamuth. Earnest, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Walker, James F., sec 13, 67.50 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Wallace, Wm. C, & Laura, sees 15-23, 60 a. So. W., rtd 4 

Ward, Samuel J., sees 5-31, 101fl84 a, Larwill. 

Ward, Samuel J., sees 5-31, 101.84 a, Larwill, 

Ward, Frank J., sees 5-31, 41 a, Larwill. 

Ward, James D. & Alice, sec 32, 33.46 a, Larwill. 

Ward. William W., sec 6, 80.57 a, Piereeton, r f d 2. 

Watson, Arthur L., sec 34, 93.33 a, Larwill. r f d 3, 

Watson, John R., sec 35, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Watson. Ellen J., sec 35, 27. 4S a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Watson, Cora B., sec 34, 13.33 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Watson, David A., & Emma L., sec 27, 150 a, Larwill. 

Watson. Elijah, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Watson, Ralph, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Weaver. William H., sec 6, 200 a. Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Weaver, Harry E., Pierceton, r t d 2. 

Webster, Albert D., sec 17, 240 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Webster, Dallas, see 18, 40 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Webster, Lenora, sec 20, 60 a. So. W., r f d 3. 

Webster, Everett, South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Webster, George W., South Whitley, r f d 3. 

Welker, Sherman M.. Larwill. 

Welker, Diantha, dee., sec 32, 1 a. 

Wetzel, Owen. South Whitley, r f d 3. 

White, Burton "R., Larwill. 

White. Charles C, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Whiteleather, Eli & Amanda, sec 3, 4.90 a, Larwill. 

WTiiteleather, Ida, sec 1, 33.17 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Whiteleather, Sherman, Columbia Citv, r f d 1. 

Whittenberger, Savilla, sec 32, .50 a. Larwill. 

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Whittenberger, Walter H.. sec 32, .50 a, Larwill. 

Whittenbei-ger, Edward S., Larwill. 

Whittenberger & Halderman, general merchants, Lar\ 

\'illiamson. Setli & Jennie, sec 3, 60 a, Larwill, r f d 

Williamson, Delmar. Pierceton, r f d 2. 

'•\ ilson, John T. & Louisa C, Larwill. 

Wilson, Zeal C, Larwill. 

'.\lnter. Joseph & Susie L., sec 2-1. 40 a. Col. City, rtd 

^"■'olf, Polly A., sec 24. SO a. Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Wolf, George A., ssc 24, 40 a, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Wynant, Jacob W., dec. sec 3, 104.26 a. 



Vo'-ne. jTmes A., sec 2t). SO a. Larwill. 

Young, Fred W., & Alice Z., sec 3, 60 a, Larwill. 

Young, William E.. sec 32, .S3 a, Larwill, r r d I. 



Zartman, Mary M., sec 32, .50 a, Larv 
Zumbrum. Christia, sec 25, ,44 a, Larv 




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DIRECTORY OF TROY TOWNSHIP 



The Monumental Work erected by C. L. 
Kessler always speaks for itself. 



Troy Township 



Adairs, David Henry, sec 14, 139 a, Pierre, X. D. 
Adams, Allen sec 14, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Inni.-. Walter L., sec 10, 20 a. Larwill. r f d 2. 
Anderson, Emmitt & Ina, sec 22-23. 120 a, Lir.vil 
Anderson, Caleb, sec 24, .50 a, Larwill, r £ d 2. 
Anderson, Philmer, Columbia City r f d 14. 
-Anderson, Mary J., Larwill, r f d 3. 
Arnold, Charles M., sec 14, 25 a, Hoi. City, r f d 
Arnold, Peter J., sec 13, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Armold, Peter, sec 13, 10 a Col. City, r f d IS, 
Armold, Parbara, sec 24 .40 a. Col. City, r f d . 
Armold, J- n, Columbia Mty, rfdl4. 



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Baker, George & Elba, sec 6, 20 a, Pierceton, r f d 

Baker, Leroy, Larwill, r t d 1. 

rT.innin?, Phoebe, sec 22, 12 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Banning. Willard. Larwill. r f d 3. 

Barter, Edwin L., sec 9, 61 a. Fort Wayne. 

'^arber, Rachel, dec, sec 9, 1 a. 

H.T-nes. Zichariah, pec '7, i20 a. La'-will, r f d 1. 

Barnes, Asher T., sec 21, 90 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Parnes. Cora, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Pnugher, Tony F., Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Beard, Gladvs Elnora, sec 23, 38.50 a. Col. City, rfd 

Pe-.rd, Clavton, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Beird. Clinton. Larwill, r f d 3. 

Peizh, Gabriel, sec 15, 50 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Pe-inett, .Amos E., sec 18, 57 a. Pierceton, r t d 2. 

Bennett, Albert S., sec 6, 1 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

■°ennett. Perry, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Bennett, Almira. Larwill. 

Bennett, Simon S., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Bills, .Tames P . sec 13, 90.50 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 

Bills, Otho, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Blain. Melvin, sees 1-2, 57.87 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Blain, James. Columbia City, r f d 14. 

''lanchard, Charley, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Planchard, Thomas I, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Bowers, Elizabeth, sec 3, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

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Bowers. Frank, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Brigc;s, Thomas B., sec 24. 160 a. Col. City, r f d 1.";. 

Hriggs, .John W., sec 5. 67 a, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Brubaker, Malissa M., sec 12, 4 a, Columbia City. 

Brubaker, Maud C. sec 12, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Brubaker. C. R., Columbia City, r f d 14. . 

Buntain, William H., sec 20, 41.50 a. Larwill. r f d 1. 

Buntain, Chas. & Lizzie, sec 20, 37. IS a. Larwill, r t d 

Burns, H. A., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Bush, Albert, sec 22, SO a, Columbia City. 



Clark. Fred H. & John A. Swigart, sec 11, 52.48 a. Col. 

City, r f d 14. 
Clevenger, Lewis H, & Jennie, sec 9, 21.50 a, Larwill. 
Clingerman, Isaiah W., sec 13, 53.50 a. Larwill, r f d 3. 
Cordill, Jas. A. & Cora, sec 23, 3 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Cornelius. Edwin "B.. sec 12, SO a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Coi.nts. John W.. sec 8, 60 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Coyle. Mertie & Raymond, sec 22. 38.50 a. Larwill, r f d 3 
Coyie, Mertie. sec 22. 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Coyle, Raymond, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Covle. Elmer, sec 13. 120 a. Col. City, r t d 13. 
Coyle. Marion. Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Crouch. Jasper R., sec 7, 85.85 a. I arv ill. r f d 1. 
Crouch. Sherman, sec 6, 77 a, Larwill. r f d 1. 
Cummins, Frank D., sees 15-22, IS'. 34 a. Larwill. 
Cummins. Charity, sees 6-7, 88 a, Pierceton. r f d 1. 
Cummins. Orin S- Lanetta, sec 13. 6.50 a, C. City, rfd 14. 
Cummins, Robert S., Colum'^ia City, r f d 13. 
Cnnningham. Chloe M., sec 15. 15 a, Larwill. r f d 2. 
Cunningham, Thos. M., sec 16, 89.50 a, Larwill. r f d 2. 
Cunningham. J-iIii. =oc 1 « i 4.36 a. Lar vill. 
Cunningham, E. A., Larwill 

D 

Deland, Benj. F., dec, sec 13, 15 a. 

Pepov, Joseph & Clara, sec i 4. 60 a. Lar>vill, r f u 3. 

Pepoy, Jesse, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Pevaux, Edward, sec 20-21. 73.34 a. Larwill. r f d 2. 

I>vine, Charles E., sec 5, 80 a. Larwill, r f d 1. 

Pill, Guy D., sees 3-10. 186.90 a Larwill. r f d 2. 

Dok'e, Marv A., sec 6. SO a, Pierceton. r f d 1. 

Drake. Herbert, sec 6. 4 2 a, Pierceton, r f d 1. 



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Early. Nelson J., sec 4, 239 a, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Egner, David & Ida, sec 23. .95 a. Col. City, r f d 1 

Egner, David. Columbia City, rfd 14. 

Egner, Ralph, Larwill. r f d 3. 

Schuman, Henry L., sec 34, SO a. Larwill, r f d 3. 

Schuman, Melvin, Larwill, r f d 3. 

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Eisaman. Je;emiah, sec 23, .75 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Eisaman, Mary X., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Elder, Abraham, sees 17-18, 210.12, a. Col. City. 

Elder, Mary, sec IS, 132.3.5 a, Columbia City. 

ICMer, Delbert S., sec IS, 42.50 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

niiott. .Albert F., sees 9-10, 122 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Elliott, Julia, sees 16-21, 49 a, Larwill. 

Elliott, .John N., dec., sec 14, 20 a. 

Elliott, Ellen, sec 2, 20.23 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Elliott, .1. H., & Annie E., sec 14. 20 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

FUiott. Mildred & Pansey, sec 2, 10 a, Larwill. 

English, Allen, sec 21, 40 a, Pierceton. 

Estlick, Rebecca, sec 2, 52.79 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Estlick, Miles Ray. sees 2-11, S7.53 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Fstlick, Charles X.. sees 2-11, 73.65 a, Larwill, rfd 2. 

Estlick, Liira E.. sec 3, 40 a. L9rwill, r f d 2. 

Estlick, Jos. & Christena, sec 13, Ih a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Estlick, Neil T., Coli^mbia City, r f d 14. 

^s^Mck. Flovd A., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Eve, Ernest, Larwill, r f d 1. 

F 

Fidler, X. W., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Firestone, Xelson L., sec 6, 67 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Firestone, Howard, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Firestone. Mathew, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Flickinaer, Svlvester, sec 20, 140 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Foster, William H., Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Gardner, Emma B., sec S, 80 a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Garrison. Wayne & Dona, dec, sec 23, 40 a. 

Garrison. Wayne, dec, sec 22, 28 a. 

Gerkin, Ambrose, sec ■>. 113.30 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Gerkin, Cora E., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Gerkin, W. L., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Gillespie. Zel'r.a A. &- Lucy J. Harrison, sec 21, 40 a, Lar- 
will. 

Glass, Phoebe E.. sec 1, Sa. Columbia City, rfd 14. 

Glass. Frank :\1., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Goodrich, Lerov P. & Donald C, sec 1, 20 a. Col. City, i- 
t d 13. 

Goss, Elbia, sec 24, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 

Gradless, Chas. W. & wife, sec 1 3, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13 

Gradless. Elmer, sec 10, 20 a. Larwill. r f d 2. 

Groves. Arminda, sec 11, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Gruesbeck, Frank. Larwill, r f d 3. 

Gruesheck, C. W.. Larwill. r f d 3. 

Halderbaum, G. W. & Mary D., sec 9, SO a. Ft. Wayne. 

Hanes. David, sec 4, 1 a, Larwill. 

Haney, Alba M., & Lura, sec 1, 160 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 

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Harrison, David F., sec 4, 9.76 a, Larwill, r t d -.. 

Harrison, Laura, Larwill, r f d 2, 

Headington, Dan E. & Elsie, sec 19, 4 a, Larwi.l. r f d 1. 

Headirgton. R. P., Larwill r f d 1. 

Hegel, Chas F. & Leonard M. Tyner, sec 3, 100 a. 

Heintzelman, Jacob A., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Heintzelraan, Samuel, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Hc'^s. Charles O & Lucy, sec 1.5, 60. OS a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Hindebausjh, John, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Hill. Lafayette, sec 3, 20 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Hively, Susanna, sec IS, 57 a. Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Holycross, Jasper & Mary, sec 21, 15 a. Larwill, rfd 3. 

Holycross, Jasper, sec 21, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Holvcross. Lyman M., Larwill, r f d 3. 

Hosier, Earl, sec 20, 55 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Hoose. William, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Huff. Corydon & Margaret, sec 13. 10 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 

Hvrclman, Lewis, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Hyndman, Francis, Pierceton, r t d 2. 



Jobnson, John H.. Larwill, r f d 1. 

Johnson. Jay C, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Jones, Chester. A., sec 23, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Jones, Charles W.. sec 23, 40 a, Huntington. 

Julian, Blanche, sec 23, 40 a. Col. Citv. r f d 13. 



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Keenor, Mina L., et al, sec 13, 5 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Keiser, Fred J. & Ida B., sec 21, 130 a, Larwill. 

Keiser. Otto L.. sec 23, 110 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 

Keiser. Cvrus H., sec 24, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

reiser & Xoble. Larwill, r f d 2. 

Keister, Perry B., sec 11, 10 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Keller. Frank, sec 21, 25 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Kenner, .Andrew, sec 14, 25 a, Columbia City. 

Kenner, John C, sec 16, 56.64 a. Larwill, r f d 3. 

Kerr. James M., sees lS-19, 76.53 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Kiester, Levi & Nora, sec 1, 80.45 a, Col. City, r f d 1 

Kiester, Dwight, sec 1, 78.25 a. Col. City, r t d 14. 

Kiester, Chloe A., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Kiester, Mary Ellen, sec 2, SO a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Kiester. Levi W., Larwill. r t d 2. 

Kile, Edwin B., sees 20-21. 204 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Kile. Ralph, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Kisler, John L., sees 13-14, 100 a. Col. City, r t d 14. 

Kisler. John L. & Sons, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Kisler, Harry H., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Kitson, Harry E., sees 4-5, 100.5S a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

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Kitson, Floyd J., sec 16, 79 a, Larvvill, r f d 2. 
Klingerman, Frank D., Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Klingerman, Myrle, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Kyler. Hudson, J., Larwill, r f d 1. 



LaRue, James E. & Elizabeth, sec 7, S a, Larwill, r 
LaRue, Wilbur, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Line, Thos. L. & Zadie, sec 5, 87.16 a. Ft. Wayne. 
Long, Michael, sec 1, 14 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Lower, Leander F. & Lydia, sec 20, SO a. Larwill, 
Lower, Alton, Larwill, r f d 1. 



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llarchand, Jacob C, sec 17, 160 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Marchand, Samuel B., sec 17, 160 a, Larwill. 

llarchand, Lyman S., sees 12-13-14, 120 a, Larwill. 

.Marker, John W. & Sadie, sec 15, 75 a, Col. City, r f d 13 

Marrs. Warren, sees 17-lS, 106 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Marrs, Harriet E , sec S, 101 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Marrs, Corwin B. & Cora, sec 15. 8 a, Larwill, rfd 2. 

Marrs, Charlie E.. sec 9, SO a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Morrs, Alva, sec 8, SO a, Larwill, r 1 d 1. 

Marrs, Fred L. & Eliza, sec 5, 49 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Marrs, Samuel & Laura, sec 15, 41.37 a, Larwill, rfd 2. 

Marrs. Harley F.. sec 8, 2 a, Larwill. r f d 2. 

Marrs, Frank, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Marrs, Ralph E.. Larwill, r f d 1. 

Martin, Frank, sees 2-11, 109.32 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Martin, Charles W., sees 2-3, SS.Ol a. Col. City, r t d 14. 

Martin, Ira P., sec 2, 23.27 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Martin, Edwin L., sec 2, 23.27 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 

Martin, Delbert, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Maynard, Catherine M., sec 7, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

McCloud, Lavina A., sec 24, 38.50 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

McGuire, Lyell, sec 16, 200 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

-McKinney, Dan A., sec 13, 15a, Col. City, r t d 13. 

Menzie, William A., sec 19, 105.31 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Menzie, Harlow, Larwill, r f d 1. 

■Miller, Michael & Emma, sec 22, 40 a, Larwill. r f d 3. 

Miller, Emma, sec 22, 1.50 a, Larwill, r f d 3, 

Miller, Herschel, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Mindnich, Mary & Martin, sec 22, .75 a, Pierceton, rfd 2. 

Mindnich, Martin & Mary, sec 22, 39.25 a. Pierce., rfd 2. 

Mock, Adrain & Ilah, sec 6, 9 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

IV 

Noble, H. M., sec 20, 11.33 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Noble, Elizabeth, sec 20, 10 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Noble, Elizabeth & H. M., sec 20, 26.67 a, Larwill. r f d 1 

Noble, Cicero M., sees 19-20, 74.25 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

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Noble, Catherine, sec 20, SO a, Larwi 
Noble, L. M., Larwill, r f d 2. 
Noble, William E., Larwill, r f d 2. 
Xoble, H. G., Larwill, r f d 1. 
Noble, Rosetta, Larwill, r f d 1. 



o 



Orcutt Bros., Arlo & FranJc, sees 4-10, S2 a, Larwill, r f 

d 2. 
Orcutt, Samuel H., sec 4, IS. 14 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Orcutt, James & Lydia, see 4, 1.5.64, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Orcutt, Glenwood & Demaris G., sec lo, 50 a, Larwill r f 

d 2. 
Orcutt, Jerome C. & Lydia J., sec 4, 16.S9 a, Larwill, r t 

d 2. 



Pachneka, Jlary R., sec 14, 10 a. Col. City. 

Palmer, James H., et al, sec 4, 24.40 a, Larwill, r f d 1 

Palmer, James H., sec 4, 4 a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Palmer, Carl C. sec 4, 75.25 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Palmer, Jos. S. & Lillie, sec 9, SO a L.arwill, r f d 1. 

Palmer, Sarah E., sec 4, 4 a, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Palmer, Newton A., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Palmer, Everett L., Larwill, r f d 2. 

Penticost, William Clarence, Pierceton, r t d 1. 

Perrin, Anna & Hiram F., sees 5-S, 90 a, Larwill. 

Pletcher, Lester & Izora, sec 9, 5S.50 a. Larwill, r f d 1 

Plummer, Barbara, sec 19, S5 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Plummer, Charlie E., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Prescott, Frank W., sec 6, 3 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Prescott, Lawrence E., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Prescott, Mary A., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Prescott. Roy F., Larwill. r t d 1. 

Pugh, Franklin D., sec 5, 130 a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

R 

Ramsey, Sidney, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Reese, Joseph G., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Reese, H. J., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Ressler G. Oliver, sec S, SO a. Larwill, r f d 1. 

Richardson. Martin A., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Rollins, Cassius & Sarah, sec 21, 60 a, Larwill, rfd 3. 

Rouch. Samuel M., sec 19, 40 a. Col. City. 

Ruggles, John J., dec, sees 11-12, 190 a. 

Ruggles, Mrs. Lydia E., Col. City, r f d 14. 

Russell, Florence E., sec 10, 32.50 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Russell, Luther, Larwill. r t d 2. 

Russell, Edgar F., Larwill, r f d 2. 

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Salmon \Vm. J., sees 4-9-10, 309.24 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Salmon, Thomas N., sees 15-22, 64.13 a, Larwill, r f d ; 
Salmon, Roy, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Sattison, Scott, sees 22-23, 106.80 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Sattison, Charles, sec 23, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Sattison, Chas. & Mattie, sec 23, 52.50 a, Larwill, r f d : 
Scott, J. W. C, see 3, 149.50 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 
Scott, Mary J., sec 2, 172 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 
Scott, Margaret & Robt. R., sec 3, 114.36 a, Col. City. 
Scott, Edward D., sec 3, 142.83 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Secrist, J. H., Columbia City. 
Secrist, Samuel H., Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Sellers, Ma.xie P., sec 14, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Sellers, Chas. P. & Maxie, sec 14, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2, 
Sellers, Grant, sec 14, 30 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Shaffer, Oscar O., sec 11, 70 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Shango, Joseph D., sec 18, 42.50 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
Shoemaker, Clara & Jos. Reese, sec 19, 40 a, Pierceton, 
f d 2. 

Shoute, Edward W., sec 8, 20 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Shoufe, Edw. & Lorin, sec 8, 15 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Skiles, George B., sec 24, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Smith, Nellie E., sec 1, 160.37 a, California. 

Smith, Hugh F., sec 5, 130 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 

Smith, Mary E., Larwill, r f d 3. 

Snodgrass, Ray, sec 6, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Snodgrass, Milo S., sec 6, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Snyder, Charles C, see 19, 191 a, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Sender, Carl L., et al, sec 10, 6a, Columbia City. 

Souder, Wilson & Barbara, sec 19, 50 a, Larwill, r t d 

Sroufe, Mary A., sec 8, 20 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Sroufe, Wesley, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Sroufe, Loren. Larwill, r f d 3. 

Stuver, Jacob & Mary, sec 8, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Sweeney, Perry, Larwill, r f d 3. 

Swigart, John A., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Swihart, Jacob W., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Swisher, Frank & Ella, sec 19, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 



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Taylor, Charles M. & Maud, sec 14, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 
Taylor, William I., Larwill, r f d 1. 
Templeton. S. E. & Francis, sees 1-2, 166.62, Chicago. 
Terman, Charlene, sec 10, 79.32 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Terman, Olie & Charlene, sec 10, 7.50 a, Larwill, rfd 1. 
Terman, Nettie, sec 23, 10 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Terman, Elza & Clara, sec 15, 20 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Tinkham, Wm. G., sees 14-15, 62.25 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Tinkham, Nellie G., sec 14, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Tinkham, Sanford, sec 11, 53 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Tinkham, Charles, sees 11-15, 65 a, Garrett, Ind. 
Trumbull. Iva D., Larwill, r f d 1. 

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Vandertord, Simon W., sec 12, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 
Vanderford, Benona, sec 12, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Vanderford, Andrew & Mary, sec 15, 30 a, Larwill, rtd 2 
Vanderford, Xadnie B., sec 23, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Vanderford, Olen E., Larwill, r f d 2. 
Vandersaiil, Wm. H., sees 11-22, 90 a. Larwill, r f d 3. 
Vandersaul, Ernest, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Van Vorst, John C, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Waters, Samuel, dec, sec 1.5, 90.92 a. 
Waters. Meriam, sec 23, .25 a, Larwill, r f d 3. 
Waters, Art 0., Larwill, r f d 2. 
Weick, William, sec 24, .10 a, Columbia City. 
V.ie:;old, Mathew & wife, sec 12, 4 a. Col. City, r f d 14 
Wertheimer, Abe N., sec 6, 77 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
Western, Thomas H., sec 12-13, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Wpstern. Samuel & Delia, sec 24, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Western, Jlyron & Jessie, sec 15, 32.25 a. Larwill, rfd 2. 
Western, Mrs. Thomas, Columbia City, r t d 13. 
White, Samuel A., sec 7, 301.41 a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
Wnite, Mary A., sec 6. SO a, Pierceton, r f d 2. 
V\hite. Mead S., Pierceton, r f d 2. 
White, Burton R., sec 7, 47.59 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
White, Charles C, sec 21, 26.66 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
V/iloox, Clinton, sec 15, 20 a. Columbia City. 
Wilcox, Ruby, sec 15, 43 a, Columbia City. 
Winters, John, sec 12, 15S.50 a, Col. City, rfd 14. 
Winters. C. \>- Columbia City. 

XMse. Wm. L'., & Sophia, sec 10, 20 a. Larwill, r t d 2. 
Wise. William P.. sec 10, 16 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Wise, Maurice J., sec 10, 20 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Wise. Earl. Larwill, r f d 2. 

Workman, Wm. H., sec 24.40 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 
Wrisht. Arthur C, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Wvnkoop, Wm. A., sec 24, 79.90 a, Col. City, rfd 14. 
Wynkoop, W. A. & Rhoda. sec 24. 40 a. Col. City, rfd 14. 
V.'ynkoop, Isaac, sec 23, 48 a. Col. City, rfd 14. 
Wynkoop, Hazel & Nadnu, Chloe Yontz, sec 24, 40 a. Col. 
City, r f d 14. 



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C. L. Kessler excells all others in first-class 
Monumental Work. See him before buy- 



Etna Township 



Adair, Louisa A., sec 28, 71.96 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 
Adair, Thomas W., Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Adair, William C, Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Anderson, Clinton A., Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Arnold, James H. & Chas. H., sec 36, 31. .iO a, Col. C 

r f d 14. 
-Austin, Stephen, dec, sec 35, .45 a. 
Austin, Perry G., sec 35, 120.8S a. Col. City, r f d 14. 



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Batz, Hamlin & Ella, sec 30, 39 a, Pierceton, r f d 1. 

Bause, Jlerril, Pierceton, r £ d 1. 

Beers, Amanda, sec 26-27, 115.50 a. Col. City, r f d 14 

Batz, Hamlin, sec 30, 70.50 a, Pierceton, r £ d 1. 

Beers, Charles F,, sec 26, 84.50 a, Kimmell. 

Beers, Keslar, sec 2G, 40 a, Col. City, r t d 14. 

Keers, John \V., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Beezlay, Watson C, sec 30, 160 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Bell, Harriet R., sec 35, 14 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Bell, Simon L., sec 35, 1 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 

Bennett, Wm. H., et al, sec 26, 49.75 a, Col. City, rtd 1 

Bennett, Wm. H., sec 26, .25 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Bennett, Lester F., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Blain. Melvin, sees 35-36, 53.55 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 

Blain, John W. & Delilah, Col. City, r f d 14. 

Blain. Walter, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Bowlby, Ella & Jacob, sec 33, 19.25 a. Elkhart. 

Bowlby, Sarah J., sec, .25, Col. City, r f d 14. 

Bovlby, Francis .M., sec 26, 39 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Brenninger, Ida Z., sec 36, 145 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Bri'^rs, John M., sec 32, 10 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Bristow, lola J., sees 25-36, S3 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Bristow, Lesley, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Brossman, Marcissus, sec 32, 40 a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Brossman. Adam C, sec 32, 120 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Brossman, Charles E., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Brower, Ora E., sec 25, 1 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 

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Brower. Frank, Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Bio\Mi, Esther, sec 26, 63 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 
Buckles. Pha, Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Burnheimer, Aaron, sec 27, 40 a, Kimmell. 
Burn:,, George R., sec 33, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 
Burns, Ray & Pearl, Columbia City, r f d 13. 



Cassel, .Margaret & D. P., sec 2S. 45 a. Larwill, r f 
Cole, Grace, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Connett, .Mary A., sec 28, 47.90 a. Larwill, r f d 2. 
Connett, James B., sec 2S, 32 a, Larwill. r f d 2. 
Crouch, Randolph S., sec 32, 92. .50 a. Larwill, r f d 
Crouch, Anna Mary, sec 32, 40 a, • arwill. r f d 1. 



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Deeter, Geu.ge C, sec 32, 80 a. Lar\< ill. r I 
Deeter, Charles, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Delano, John & Rachel, sec 32. 40 a. Larwi 
Devine, Charles E., sec 32, 70 a. Larwill, r 
Devine, Don D., Larwill, r f d 1. 



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Etna Breeders Association, Col. City, r f d 14. 
Evans. Alfred, sec 25, 126 a, Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Evans. Xancv, sec 25, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Evans, Charles D., sec 33-34, 105 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Evans, Emma, Columbia City, r f d 14. 



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Fisher, Wm. F.. & Mary, sec 32, 46.20 a. Pierceton, rfd 1 
Fisher, William F., sees 29-32, 100 a, Pierceton. r f d 1. 
Fleenor, Sarah C. sees 28-34, 70 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Fleenor, Zachariah, sec 7-S, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 



Gaff. Oliver M., sec 31, 70.75 a. Pierceton. r f d 

Gaff. Mary, sec 31, 10 a, Pierceton, r f d 1. 

Galloway, Martin T., sec 31, SO a, Pierceton, r £ d 

Gandy, Ora D., Albion, Indiana. 

Gates, Claud F., Pierceton, r f d 1. 

Gilbert, Merl K., Larwill, r t d 2. 

Gray Dawn Stock Farm, sees 28-29-33, 538.06 a, 

r f d 1. 
Greer, Lloyd, Columbia City, rfd 14. 
Greider, Edwin, sec 30, 120 a, Pierceton, r f d 1 
Grimes, Edwin A., sec 29, 10 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 



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Hazen, Amon, sec 25, 100 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 
KeUa Lodge Xo. 722, I. O. O. F.. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Heintielman, Joseph, Columbia City, r t d .14. 
Hindbaagh, J. W. & Mary, sec 31, 4 a, Larwill, r f d 
Kov.ard, Fred C, Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Hunt, B'ranklin, jr., sec 29, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Hursey, Charles, Columbia City, r f d 14. 
hyndman, Charles, sec 27, 49. SO a, Larwill, r t d 2. 
Hyre, Calvin C. & Laura, sec 25, 63 a, Col. City, r f d 



.in, T. H. &: Amanda, sec 26, 55 a, Col City, r f d 
,-in, Tt...mas li., sec 26, 68.60 a. Col. City, r f u ^ i. 



Johnson, John, sec 25, 40 a, Larwill, r f d 
Johnson, A. L., et al, sec 34, 39 a, Larwill, 
Johnson, Andrew, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Johnston, William, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Jones, Joseph M., Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Jones, Willia-^ A., Columbia City, r f d x; 
Jones, Willis .*.., Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Jones, Josephine, Columbia City, r f d 14. 



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I'eirn, '.rchie, Columbia City, r f d 14. 
Kneer, John C, sees 2,-2S. 109.70 a, Kimmeu 
Kyler, John, Larwill, r f d 1. 



Line, Robert P., sec 26, 81 a, Ft. Wayne. 

Linn, Taylor, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Londt, David F., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Long, William C, sees 33-34, 140.33 a, Larwill, rtd 2. 

Long, Oliver E., sec 33, 39.50 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Long, Izora F., sec 35, 1.50 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Long, Esther, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Long, Milo, Larwill, r t d 2. 

Long, Otis M., Columbia City, r f d 14, 

Long, Floyd, Larwill. r f d 2. 

Long, Heber, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Lott, Jessie, sec 30, 1.50 a, Pierceton, r f d 1. 

Lott, George W., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Luckey, Joseph E., sec 35, .50 a. Wolf Lake. 



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Maggart, Milton & Ida, sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
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iiiller, Jesse, sec 34, 120 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Miller, Clyde D., sec 31. 39.75 a, Pierceton, r f d 1. 

.' iller, Charles, Pierceton, r t d 1. 

Miller, William D., Etna merchant, Col. City, rfd 14. 

Myers, William F., see 35, 74 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

-Myers, \Vm. F. & Delia, sec 35, 35 a. Col. City, rfd 14. 



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> et, G. L., Pierceton, r f d 1. 
Xeff, .\:yrtie M., Pierceton, r f 
North, Harr> E,, Larwill, r f d 3 



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Orcutt, Samuel H., sec 33, 2 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Orcutt. Anna C. sec 33, 21.75 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Orcutt, Harry & Edith, sec 34, 7.33 a, Larwill, r f d 
Orcutt, Harry W., Larwill, r f d 2. 
U'.c.itt, Jerome, Larwill, r f d 2. 
OrcuLL, Guy, Columbia City, r f d 14. 



Penticost, Thomas T., sec 32, 157.24 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Penticost, Caroline, sec 32, 2 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Pressler, C. E., & Francis, sec 26, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 



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Reed, John F. & Lizzie, sec 35, .66 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

'Reed, James 0., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Keider, .\.arion & Nettie, sees 27-2S, 75 a, Larwill, rfd S 

Reider, Geo. O. & Leah, sec 27, 95 a, Larwill. r f d 2. 

Reider. Marion F., sec 27, 45 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

1 eider, George O., sec 27, S5 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Rex, Daniel, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

l,in:;enberg, John F.. Larwill, r f d 1. 

Ritclia, Chas. L. & Rena, sec 35, .27 a. Col. City, rfd 14. 

Roath, -Sarah E., sec 35, 50.27 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Roith, Ira, sec 35, 35 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Roush, Alfred, sec 31, 49.60 a, Pierceton, r f d 1. 



Scott. J. W. C, sees 34-35, 120.16 , Col. City, r f d 14. 
Scott, Mary J., sec 35, 4.50 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Scott, Celia, sec 26, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Scott, Amanda, sec 26, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Scott, Lloyd, Columbia City, rfd 14. 
Scott, Edward, Columbia City, rfd 14. 
Secrist, Frank W., sec 34, 71.69 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Secrist, Nellie M., et al, sec 36, 6S.35 a. Col. City, rfd 
Secrist, Simon, sec 36, 69 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 



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Secrist, Walter D., sec 35, 33.20 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Secrist, Simon & Elizabeth, sec 36, 28 a, Col. City, rfd 

Secrist, Orda M., sec 35, .50 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Secrist, Margaret A., Columbia City, rfd 14. 

Secrist, William, Columbia City, r t d 14. 

Shafer, Charles & Elmina, sec 28, 100 a, Larwill, rfd 

Slonicker, Alexander, sec 33, 74 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Smith, Wm. H., sees 29-30, 159.25 a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Smith, Wm. M., sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Smith, Edward F., Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Snodgrass, William, sec 33, 80 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Snodgrass, Ray, Larwill, r f d 2. 

Stroh, ninna, sec 29, 70 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Ptroh. Ernest, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Strycker, Jacob & Fanny, sec 31, S7 a, Larwill, r f d 1 

Striker, Jacob, sec 31, 66.95 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Ptryker, Mary, sec 30, 62.32 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Stump, William, Larwill. r f d 1. 

Swihart, Alice, sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Swihart, Charles, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Swihart, Fred, Columbia City, rfd 14. 



Thorn, Emerson, sec 25, .33 a, Co.. C'ty, r f d 14. 

Treer. Fred C. & Maud, Col. City, rfd 14. 

Trumbull, Monroe M., sec 33, 80 a, Larwill, r t d 1. 

Trumbull, Delia C, Larwill, r f d 1. 

Trumbull, Willis D., Larwill, r f d 1. 

Tucker, Lawrence L., sec 27, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 14, 

Tucker, Mary M., sees 26-34,294.41 a, Co. City, rfd 14. 



I'nruh, Cecil, Lar 



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Wheeler, Franklin & Hattie, sec 35, .25 a. Col. City, r £ 

d 14. 
Wlckliffe, Arena, Columbia City, rfd 14. 
Wilkinson, Alvernis, sees 30-31, 83.09 a, Larwill, rfd 1, 
Wilkinson, Ernest S., sec 28, 70 a, Larwill, r f d 2. 
Wilkinson, Sylvester, sec 28. 125 a, Larwill, r f d 1. 
Winebrenner, Henry & Mary, Col. City, rfd 14. 
Wingard, Harry E., Pierceton, r f d 1. 
Wise, Earl, sec 35, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Witmer, Thos. E. & Emaretta, sec 31, 40 a, Pierceton, r 

f d 1. 
Witmer, Fletcher, Pierceton, r f d 1. 
Wright, Chester A., sec 36, 43 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Wright, Marion, sec 25, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
Wolfe, Everett, Columbia City,.r f d 14. 

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Large or small monuments made of the 
best granite and marble are sold by C. L. 
Kessler, Columbia City, Ind. 



Washington Township 



Alexander, Charles W., dec, sees 21-22-27, 339.25 a. 
Alexander, Mrs. Charles W., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Alexander, George O., sec 16, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Alexander, Alma M., et al. sec 30, 41 a. Col. City, rfd 3. 
Alexander. Irvin Gilbert, sec 22, SO a. Col. City, rfd 3. 
Alexander. Leon C, sec 22, 7 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Alexander, Leon Clyde, sec 22, 72 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Alexander, Leon C. & Grace, sec 22, 5.t a, Col. City, r f d 3 
Alles, John, sec 3G, SO a. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
AUes, Philip, Columbia City, r t d 5. 
Arnett, John & Delia, sec 19, .50 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
.-^rnctt, Laustin, South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Augerbright, Austin J., sec 14, 51 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 
Argerbright. Pearl C. sec 14, 29 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
.■""^r, PTenrv H., sec 2, 35 a, Peabody. 
Auer. Frederick & Edw., sec 4, 9 7.80 a. Col. City, rfd 3. 



Bader, Sam & Chas., sec 3, 40 a, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Bade.', Samuel D., sec 3, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Bal er, Daniel & Endora, sec 20, SO a, Col. City, r f d 2. . 

Baker, Franklin P., sec 20, 80 a. Col City, r f d 2. 

Bake.-, Albert, sec 20, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Baker, Catherine, sees 35-36, 198.36 a, Col. City, rfd 4. 

Baker, Charles L., sec 20, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Baker. Al J., sec 24, SO a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Baker, Frank & Catherine, sec 2 7, 2 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Baker, George A., sec 20, SO a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Baker, Grover E., sec 20, 40 a. So. W., r f d 2. . - _ 

Baker, Philip, sec 24, 32 a, Col. City, r t d 4. 

Baltes. Michael, sec 35, 59 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Barkdoll, Henry & Charlotte, sec 3 6, 21 a. Col City, r f d 

5. 
Barnhili; C. D., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Bauer, Joseph F., sees 35-36, 88.62 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Bauer, Jos. F., & Anna, sec 36, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 4. 
Bauer, Sophia, sec 25, 78 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

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Bauer, Edward G. & Maggie, sec 35, 24 a, Col. City, rtd 

4. 
Beachler, Ira, sec IS. 7.06 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Beck, .lerman & Alma, sec 27, .56 a, Col. City 4. 
Bell, Casper, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Bennett, Wilson & Estella, sec 13, 90 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Bennett, Simon, sec 12, SO a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Bennett, Charles A.. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Berger & Gaylord, sec 24, .20 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Berry, George E., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Biehl, Jacob A., sec 34, 80 a, Huntington. 
Blackford, Joseoh B., Peabodv. 
Blackford, William, Peabody. 
Blaugh, Eli, sec 29, 40 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Bollinger, Noah, sec 19, SO a. So. W., r f d 2 
Bollinger, Isaac M., sec 19, 40 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Bollinger, Lemuel, So. Whitley, r f d 2. 
Bollinger, Sarah, sec 19, 40 a. So. W.. r f d 2. 
Bollinger, Phares B., sec 17. SO a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Brenneman, Wm. dec, sec 5, 7.04 a. 
Breisch, Margaret, sec S, 53.30 a. Col. City, r t d 3. 
Breisch, Henry, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Brommer, Joseph, sec 14, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Brommer, George. Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Brommer, Elizabeth, Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Bryant, Jos. P., sec 31, 5 a. So. W., r f d 2, 



Chamberlain, Emma C, sec 14, SO a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Chamberlain, Jane, sec 22, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Chamberlain, Ada, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Chamberlain, Kollo, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Chavey, Eugene & Minnie, sec 24, 40.40 a, California. 

Chavey, Eugene A., sec 24, 36 a, California. 

Clapp, Herbert L.. sec 33. 40 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Clark. Elizabeth, sec 27. SO a. Col. Citv. r t d 4. 

Clark. Jas E.. & Laura, sec 34, 60 a. Col. City, r r d 3. 

Clark. James E.. sec 34. 40 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Cox, Frank E., sees 10-11, 224.62 a. Col. City, r t d 4. 

Cox, F. E. & Laura, sec 11, 4 a. Col. City, r f d 4.- 

Cox. Laura, sec 11, 4 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Cox, John, sec 11. 120 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Cox, Elmer, sec 10, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Cox. Olive M.. sec 2. 91 a. Col. Citv, r f d 5. 

Cox. Charles H.. sec 2-11, 95.38 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Craig. .Tames M.. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Crai?. Victor R.. sec 36, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Crawford, Homer, sees 1-2, 129 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Crawford. A. H.. Columbia Citv. r f d 4. 

Crawford. Walter, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Creager, Josep L.. sec 16, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Cupp. John, sec 15. 64 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Cupp, Ralph, Columbia City, r f d 4. 



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Davenriner, Chas. W., sec 2S, SO a. C-l. City, r f d 3. 
Dial, William E., sec 10. 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
r irl. .Tpcob. Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Pimmick, John, sec IS, 1.20 a. So. W.. r t d 2. 
Dimmick, Harry N., South Vhi*l»y. r f d 2. 
Dimmick. Francis, South Whitley, r f d 2. 
nimmick, Arthur, South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Dominskia, Joe, South Whitley, r t d 2. 
Prake, Rex R., Peabody. 

Pryer, Martin, sec 7, T3.:^4 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 
Preyer. William C. sees 7-S, 120 a. Col. Citv. r t d 2. 
Pryer, Henry, sec 16, SO a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Prver, Frederick, sec Ifi, SO a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Pryer, Caroline, sec 17, -fO a. Col. Ci'y. r f d 3. 
Pryer. Carl, Columbia City, r f d 3. 



Eberhard, George & Cora, sec 2. 26. ^f a. Col. City, r 
Eberhard, Elizabeth, sec 6, 4.81 a. Col. City, r t d 2. 
El erhard, George V., Columbia Citv, r f d 3. 
Ebev. Sarah, sec IS, .50 a. Col. Citv. r f d 3. 
Egolf, Harrold, Columbia Citv, r f d 4. 
Eker, Mary, sec 33. SO a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Eker, Joseph A., Columbia Ci»y, r f d 3. 
EUerman. Harry E., sec 34, 80 a. Col. Citv. r f d 4. 
Emery, Thomas, sec 17, 100 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Emery, Thos. & Fannie, sec 20, 20 a. So. W., r t d ; 
Fmery J. Lee. South WTiiMey, r t d 2. 
Emlev, BenJ. F. & Amanda, sees lS-30, 102.12 a, S( 

r f d 2. 
English, Allen, Columbia City, r f d 3. 



Fiedler, Joseph & Clara, sec 3, SO a. Col. Citv, r f d 3. 

Fisher, Pavid C. Columbia Citv, r f d 4. 

Fisher. Marion. Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Fordyce, James, Huntington. 

Forsythe. George B., sec 23, 80 a. Col. Ci'y, r f d 4. 

Forsvthe, Herbert S., Columbia Citv, r f d 4. 

Fosler, Harry S., South Whitley, r f d 4 

Fuchbauer, Conrad, sec 11, 20 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 



Candy. Oscar, sees 20-21, 240 a, Churubi 
Garner, Cora I., sec 11, SO a. 
Geeting, John, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Geist, Chas. E. & Elizabeth, sec 18, ..50 a, 
Geist, Alva L., sec 18, .50 a, So. 'Whitley, 



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Geist, Dorsey A., South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Geist, L. D., South Whitley, r f d 2. 

"-'■'it, Francis R.. South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Geist, Harvey, South Whitley, r f d 2. 

George, Avery, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

George, Mark, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Goble Samuel W., sees 13-22, 240 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Goble, Enos E., sec 13, 79 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

r-ble. M3ria E., sec 16, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Goble, Dora A., sec 18, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

notle, Malissa sec 23, SO a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

HoMe, Perry &■ "^usan, sec 34, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Gol-le, Lav, rence E., Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Grace Simon L., l;8ls S-9. 93.34 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Gross. Jennie & Wm H., sees 17-18, 67 a, So. W., r f d 2. 

H 

r^ne'ine, .laclson. sec 15, 110 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Hatfield, Jennie P., sec 2, SO a, Peabody. 

J;atfeKl, W. A., Peabody. 

Hauptmeyer, Wm. A., sec 9, 61.82 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Hauptme'yer, Kenry, jr., sec 4, 94.32 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Hauptmeyer, Henry, sec 4, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

J aurlmever, .^miel, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Ha-'ptmeye;-. William P., Col. City, r f d 2. 

Haiisrr William F., Columbia City, r t d 2. 

Hawkins. Emma A., sec 11, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Feady. Charles X.. see 15, 80 a. Col. City, r r d 4. 

Herndon, Emaline, sec 36, 57 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

J'erren. Fussell A., sec 22, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Kerran, W. G.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Herron. Waid S., sec 12, 40 a, €ol. City, r f d 4. 

i-errnn. Vaid & Florence, sec 12. 20 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Fe^^Hne. John K- Rosa, sec 36, 87.09 , Col. City, r f d 4. 

He\<-s Brrtba & Frank, sec 15, 86 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

'-'e-s. Robert B.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 

'■illi^'oss. lobn «• Charlotte, sec 32, 80 a. So. W., r t d 2. 

Hirer. Tobn H.. spc 33, -10 a. Col. City, r t d 3. 

TMne-. Mary, sec 33, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

T-'ner, Fenry, sec 33, 4 0, Col. City, r f d 3. 

"■ser John A.. Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Ho-ird, Chas. I. & Augdsta, sec 21, 40.25 a. Col. City, rfd 

3. 
Hoird, Anna M., sec 18, 80 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
i-oirrl Kellis R.. Columbia Citv, r t d 3. 
Hockemever, Christ C, sees 5-6, 115.19 a. Col. City, rfd 

Hockcmever, Anthony, sees 5-6, 115.22 a, Col. City, r f d 

ijori-emevp'r, Varv. Colutnbia City, r t d 2. 

FniWnrl. Richard & Rebecca, sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 4 

^^oller. Virdie. sec 19. .50 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Hoops, Noah E., Peabody. 

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Horgendobler, Jacob A., sec 21, 52.50 a. Col. City, r f d 3 
Ho cemlobler, A. L., sec 21, 54.50 a. Col. Ci y, r f d 3. 
Huffman, Henry, sec 19, 76 a, So. W., r f d 2. 
Huffman, Thomas H.. sec 19, SO a, So. W., r f d 2. 
Huffman, Thos. H. & Olive, sec 19, 40 a. So. W.. rfd 2. 
Huffman, Orvillo & Orpha, sec 30. 65.08 a. So. W., rfd 2. 
Huffman, Orville, sec 30, 34.08. So. W., r f d 2. 
Hummel. Frederick, sec 18, 59 a, ?o. Whitlev. rfd 2. 
Hummel, Fred & Charlotte, sec IS, 50 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Hunter. Chas. H. & Maggie, sec 20. SO a. Col. City, rfd 2. 
Hyre. Alonzo, sec 13, 159 a. Col. City, r f d S. 



Ingold, Martin, sec 9, 2.34 a. Peabody. 

Ihrig. Herbert L., sec 24, 71.50 a. Coi. City, r f 



Johnson, Mary J., sec 11, 14 a. Col. City, r t d 4. 
Johnson, Daniel, sec 11, 35.50 a, Col'imbia City. 
Johnson, Catherine, Fee 11, 10 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 
Johnson, Samuel & Cora, sec 10. 55 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Johnson Reo. Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Jones, Charles, sec 12, 119.50 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Jordon, Franklin, sec 33. 41.46 a. Col. City, r t d 3. 
Juillet-at. Emanuel & Lena, sec 31, 74 a. So. W., rfd 2. 
Jullerat, August fz Delia, sec 29, 80 a. So. W.. r f d 2. 
Jullerat, Emanuel, sec 31, 1 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Jullerat, Edward, sec 28. 40 a. Col. Citv, r f d 3. 
'ullr-rat, William, South Whitlev, r f d 2. 



Kaler, James B., sec 30. 100 a, Columbia City. 
Kates, Elmer E. & Olive, sec 32, 94.30 a, Co. City, rfd 3. 
Kates, Mary E., sec 32, 95.14 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 
Kates, Malcom & Mary, sec 33, 80 a. Col. Citv, r f d 3. 
Kates, Harley & Ethel, sec 33, 51.11 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Kates, Tressa .M., ColumMa City, r f d 3. 
Kates, Marshall J., Columbia City, r t d 3. 
Kaufman, Jas., F. W., sec 23-26. 120 a, Huntington. 
Kaufman, Howard, sec 24, 8 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Kaufman, John & Edna, sec 24, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Kaufman, Henry, sec 24, .50 a. Col. City, r t d 5. 
Kaymeyer, Frederick, sec 6, 58 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Kehmeyer, Fred H., sec 18, 52 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Kehmeyer, August F., sec 8, 55 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 
Keifer, Edw. A. & Emma, sees 5-6, 11.75 a. Col. Citv, r f 

d 2. 
Keiser. Henry J., sec S, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 
Keiser, Levi J,, sec 11, 100 a, Peabody. 
Keiser, Hiram, et al, sec 11, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Keiser, William R., Columbia City, r f d 4. 



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Kelley, Joe, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Kelsey, G. W. & Sabrina, sec 24, 1.11 a, Col. City, rfd E 

Kemp. Frantz, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Kepler. Frederick, sec 29-31, 70.42, So. W., r f d 2. 

Kenrler. Spmuel, So. Whitley, r f d 2. 

Kerch, Philio. sec 2, 98.62 a. Col. Ci*y, r f d 4. 

Kerch, Armind?. Hyre & Phillip J. Kerch, sec 13, 221 i 

Col. City, r f d 4. 
Kerch. Ma-v A.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Keste'r, Arlington, dec, sec 9, 15 a. 
Kiefer. Henry, Peabody. 

Kimmpl. Emma & >'e!vin, sec 19, 19. .50 a. So. W'., rfd 2. 
Kimmel. '^'elvin & Wife, sec 19. 1.50 a. So W., r f d 2. 
Kimmel, John C. & Ellen, sec 21, SO a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Kimmel. Lerov L., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Kin7ie. Malinda A., sec 19, 3a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Ki=tier. Paniel. sec IS. 1 a. So. 'Whitlev. r t d 2. 
Klipp. Jobn. sec 25. 7S a. Col. Citv. r f d o 
Kneller. neorpe, sec 1, 103.60 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Kneller. ^eo. * Rebecca, sec 3. 94.32 a. Col. Citv. rfd 
T-'ripil"''. Phprrnan L.. sec 1. 28.75 a. Col. Citv, r f d 5. 
Kneller. Fmnline. sec 1 , ?0 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
T.-T,piior. Charle<j F.. Peabody. 
Trppiior, John. Peabodv. 
T.-n°'ler, i^'ilUqm. Peabodv. 
Kneller. Jospnh H.. Col".mbi'a Citv, r f d 5. 
T-T,olior. -P. W. Col'-mbia Citv. r f d 5. 
T-'nPiier .Tohn M . Columbia City, r f d 4. 
v:(\r-y\. Jnbn T,.. dec. =ec 26. -lO a. 
T^ro^t^. F-vir, K., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
T-'-irlor. Totspnb T... gec 19. 40 n . So. W,. >• f H 2. 
T^^Hor. M^rv .Alma, sec 19. 40 a. So. Wl^it'ev. r f d 2. 
T-'-mb^r.^pv r-ottlipb. spc ifi, SO a. Col. Ci'v, r f d 2. 
K"mbareer, Henry E., Columbia City, r f d 2. 



I.abar, Grover & Louise, sees 5-6, 14.69 a. So. Wliitley, 

t d 4. 
Lauer, Elmer A., sec 25, 78.28 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
I avine. Oliver D., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Lawver, George W., sec 3 2,160 a, So. W., r f d 2. 
I awver. Fldon T., South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Lehman, George W., sees 32, 96.32 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Lehman. Wm., ir.. sec 31, 74.59 a. So. W.. r t d 2. 
Leppo. Franklin P., sec 24, 86.50 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Leppo, Anna, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Leppo, Herbert M., Columbia Citv, r f d 5. 
Licke, August, sec 9, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Lickey. Otto. Peabody. 

Line, Abraham, sec 36, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Lippencott, Andrew J., sec 13, 10 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Lippencott, William H., Peabody. 



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Livensparger, Geo., et al. sec 24, 1.75 a. 

Long, Washington, sec IS, 160 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 

Loni:, Lonie E., South Whitlev, r f d 2. 

Long. Rile.v R., sec 14, SO a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Long, John E.. sec 29, 70 a. So. \V.. r t d 2. 

Long, Alma V., sec 30, 19 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Long, George E., South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Long, Lewis E., South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Lower, Conrad J. & Mary, sec 26, 160 a. Col. City 4. 

Lower, Conrad J. J., sec 11. 10 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

Lower, Anton. Peabody, 

Lucke. Martin, sec .5, ISO. 32 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 

Lucke, August, sec 11, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Lucke, David, sec 6, 111 a, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Lucke, Henry .!., sec 7, 101 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Lucke, Eliza, et al, sec 9, 103.18 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

I I'cVe. Christian, sec 3, 97.38 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Lucke, William, sr., sec 10, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 

T.rcke. August & Lizzie, sec S, 26.66 a. Col. City, rfd 3. 

Li'cl-e, Lulu F.. sec 7, .5.92 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

I ucke, Carl, Columbia City, r t d 3. 

T ucke, Harmon. Columbia City, r f "d 3. 

Tucte, Otto. Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Lucke, Albert, Columbia City, i ' d 2. 



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^Talott, .Joseph 0.. sec 12. .50 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Valott. H. R., Columbia Citv, r f d 5. 
^•^v,. hr^r. .Marion, South Whitley. 

J'cCov, Wm. & Amelia, sec 1, 7 9.01 a. Col. City, rfd 5. 
■^vcoy, O. H.. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
'"c'^cnald. Wm. .T. & Marv, sec 24, 30 a. Col. City, rfd 
^VKee. Jpcob &: Laura, sec 30. SO a. So. W.. r f d 2. 
^•eini'-a. William, jr., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
>ferriman, Solomon, sec 27. 32 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
■''erriman. Hugh, sec 27, 52 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
^'orrin^an, Frrott,'sec 26. 50 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Merriman, Ollie, sec 26, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Vorriman, S. E.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 
TTorrirrian. JTrs. L L.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 
:*'ef7l(ir, S. F. & .Anna, sec 26, 60 a. 
Mp*'ler. .Anns, sec 2fi. 80a. 

"iniier. .Tohn L.. sec 15, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
^'Uler. Burvillus S.. sec 11-13. 110 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Afnier. Jr.>>n D.. sec 8, 20 a. Col. City, r t d 2. 
^'ilier, Alfred E.. sec 8, 93 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Miller, Amos .?: Rozella, sec 29, 47.02 a So. W., r f d 2. 
^filler. Lawrenf-e B.. sec 3. 40 a. Col. Citv, r f d 4. 
>Ml!pr. Alfred E.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Monahan, Wm. R., sec 19, 81.39 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

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Montz, Sarah A., sec 17, ISO a, Col. City, r f d 2. 

Montz, C. F., Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Montz, Floyd, Columljia City, r f d 3. 

Montz, Clarence, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Moore Lizzie, sec 8, 30 a. Col. City, r £ d 2. 

Moore, George, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Moyer, Dora, sec 7, SO a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Moyer, John, sec 16, 46 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Moyer, Earl, Columbia City, r f d 3. . ' -, 

Moyer, Alonzo, Columbia City, r f d 2. ' -' 

Mover, Charles, Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Mullendore, Irvin, sec 7, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Mullendore, Noah, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Mullendore, Joseph A., Columbia City, r £ d 5. 

MuUett. Daniel, sees 23-26, 120 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

Mullett, John Adam, sec 26, SO a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

-Mullett, Frank, sec 23, 40 a. Col. City, r £ d 4. 

Mullett, Ancil, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Murry, Samuel I., sec 27, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

.Murry. Rachel, sec 28, 78.33 a, Col. City, r £ d 3. 

Murry, Howard, Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Xess, Elizabeth J., sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Xess, John & Elizabeth, sec 35, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Ness, Elizabeth & J. C, sec 34, 179. S7 a,. Col. City, r£d 4 

Ness, Joseph D., Columbia City, r £ d 4. 

Ness, Jacob, Columbia City, r £ d 4. 

Nichols, T. S., Columbia City, r £ d 3. 

Nix, Peter A., sec 25, 125.82 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Nix, John B., sec 35, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Nix, Adam M., sec 35, 82.75 a, Co. City, r f d 4. 

Nix, Aloysius. sec 25, 74 a. Col. City, r £ d 4. 

Nix, Henry M., Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Nix, Nick E., Columbia City, r f d 4. 

North & Co., Columbia City, r £ d 5. 

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Obenchain, Anna il., sec 7, 65.79 a. So. Whitley. 

Ott, Harry & Chloe M., sec 19, 2.50, a. So. Whitley, rfd 2. 



Paige, Richard A., sec 14, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Parsley, Lee W., sec 31, 250.36 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Patten, David M., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Pence, Emma J., sec 18, 60 a. So. W., rfd 2. ' 
Pence, Emma J. & Clarkson, sec 18, 34 a. So. W., r 
Penn, Harriett, sec 15, 1 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 
Penn, Mary J., sec 15, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Penn. G. W., Columbia City, r f d 3. 

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Perry, Andrew, Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Plattner, Firmer & Bertha, sec 32, 30 a, So. W., r f d 2. ^ 

Pook, Charles, sec 8. 107.16 a, Col. City. . .■ 

Pook, Ervin, Columbia City, 'r id" , 

Pook, Louis, Columbia City, r f d i:. _ / - | 

Prumm, John, Peabody. • . ' • • i 

Prumm, Frank, Peabody. '. '■. j 

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Railroad, N. Y. C & St. L., sec 6, 24.78 a, Buffalo. 
Rasor, Mary E., bee 35, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Rasor, Sarah E.. sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. " , 

'Rasor, Ezra, sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, r f d ■!. | 
Redman, Daniel, sees 12-24, 65.09 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Redman, Dan'l & Amelia, sec 12, 45 a. Col. City, rfd 5. " ; 

Ree?, Amanda, South Whitley, r f d 2. j 

Peese. John H., sec 2S, 160 a, Columbia City. ■ 

Richard, Emile, sec 30, 200 a. So. Whitley, r f d 2. ■■ ' 

R'chard, Robert D., South Whitley, r f d 2. " ; 

^ic'nard, Frank E., South Whitley, r f d 2. ' , : 
Richards, Henry N., sec 34, 98 a, Huntington. 

Richman, Milton, sec 4, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 2. .1 

Fitter. J. W. F. & Emile. sec 31, 40 a. So. W., r r d 2. . .' 

Riner, Jesse E.. South Whitley, r f d 2. | 

Ritter. Harrold E., South Whitley, r f d 2. , • 

Pitter. Emile S., South Whitley, r f d 2. ' ; 

Ritter, Arthur, South Whitley, r f d 2. '' 1 

Rockwell, Delia. Columbia City, r t d 2. „ - 

Pi'msyre. David I., sec 14, 80 a, Columbia Citv. ' ■ ] 

•Rupley, Henry A., sec 31, 115.17 a, So. W., r f d 2. ' ' 



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Sc>imidt. Louis, Columbia City, r f d 2. j 

Foi^neider, Josiah G., sec 17, 50 a, So. W., r f d 2. ' ■' i 

fchne'der, John A., sec 17, 40 a, So. W., r f d 2. • . -J 

Sc>irader, Elizabeth, dec, sec 1, 71 a. J 

Srhrader, Isaac, sec 9, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 2. ' , 'I 

Rrhrader, Stella M., sec 12, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 5. - ■ j 

Pchumaker, Jacob & Icy, sec 31, 90 a. So. W., r f d 2. -, 

Searfoss, Henry, sec 16. 80 a, Columbia City. 

Seivers, Cora, sec 12 a, 40.50 a. Col. City, r f d 4. ' ! 

Seivers. Lewis, ir., sef 5, 132 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 

Sharp, L. B., Columbia City. 

Shearer, Taylor & Susannah, sec 12, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 4 

Shearer, James, SQC 12. 20 a. CoL City, r f d 4. } 

Sheets, Charles S.. sec 14, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Sheets, Harrv L.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Sheets, L. E., Columbia City, r t d 4. 

Sheets, Clarence, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Sheets. Phineas. Columbia Citv, r t d 5. 

Sherbahn, David A., South Whitley, r f d 5. , > 

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Shennefield, Calvin, South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Shoemaker, Reuben, sec 32, 50 a. So. W., r t d 2. 
Shi'll Benj & Eliza, sec 33, 10.11 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Shull, Benjamin F., sec 2S, 160 a, Col. City, r t d 3 
Sickafoose, Milton M., sec 10, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Sickafoose, Andrew J., sec 32, 94.50 a, So. W., r t d 2. 
Sickafoose, Mary J., sec 33, 30 a. So. W.,r f d 2. 
Sievers, Carl W., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
SlTter, Rebecca L., dec, sec 31, 40 a. 
Slater, H. W,, South Whitley, r f d 2. 
Sloan, Mary, sec 28, 78.22 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Smith, James M., sees 21-27-28-29, 340 a. Col. City, rfd 3 

Smith, Daniel T., sec 24, 90 a. Col. City, r f d 4.^ 

Smith, Washington & Ellen, sec 14. SO a. Col. City, rfd 1. 

Smith, Francis M., sec 23, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Smith, Mary J., et al., sec 25, SO a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Smith, Peter & Mary, sec 36, 70.91 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Smith. Franklin, sec 9, 45 a. Col. Citv, r f d 3. 

Smith, Jacob W., sec 14. 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

gmith, Anna M., sec 9, 10 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Smith. Winfield 0., sec 21, 2.73 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 

Smith, Christian L., sec 9, 1 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 

Smith, Russell. Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Smith, Fliza Pei'^ler. Columbia City, r t d 4. 

Smith, Virail, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Smith. Scott. Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Smitn, Albert H. & Rebecca, sec 22.60 a. So. W., r f d 4. 



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H. 0. STICKLER 

DEALER IN 

General Merchandise 

PEABODY, IND. 



Buys and sells Country Produce. Always pay- 
ing the highest market price. Keeps fresh stock at 
all times. If we have not got what you want, we 
will get it for you. We try at all times to please 
you, if we succeed tell your friends, if not, tell us. 
If you wish us to exist, give us a share of your 
patronage. 

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_ ..USE.. ^ 

Dr. Richards Guaranteed Remedies 



(In Use Over 40 Years) 

All remedies guar- 
anteed to be the origi- 
nal formula of Dr. 
John Richards 




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Dr. Richards Liver, 
Stomach, Kidney 
and Blood Remedy 

For Rheumatism, Ap- 
pendicits. Nervous- 
ness and all diseases 
of the stomach. 
Price $1 Per Bottle 

Dr. Richards Stomach 
and Liver Pills. 

An unexcelled reme- 
dy for constipation, 
billiousness. coated 
tongue, headache, bad 
breath, torpid liver, all 
diseases arising from 
a sluggish liver. 
Price 25 Cents Per Bottle 
For all aches and pains. Price 



Dr. Richards Liniment 
25 cents Per Bottle. 

Dr. Richards Cough and Croup Remedy For all diseases 

of the throat, lungs and bronchial tubes, such as coughs, colds, 
croup, bronchitis, hoarsness, whooping-cough, asthma, etc. 
AS GOOD FOR CHILDREN AS IT IS FOR ADULTS. 
Price 50 cents per bottle. 

Dr. Richards Summer Balsam For the relief of all kinds 

of summer complaint, such as cholera, cholora morbus, 
cramps, diarrhoea, etc. Positively free from opiates or other 
harmful habit forming drugs. 35 cents per bottle. 

Dr. Richards Healing Salve Unexcelled for cuts, burns, 

bruises, bites, and stings of insects, galls, old running sores, 
eruptions, piles, boils, corns, bunions. 

25c per box. For sale by all Druggists. 

If your Druggist don't keep them, ask him to order them. 
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Manufactured 
by the DR. RICHARDS MEDICAL CO., Columbia City, Ind. 

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Snyder, Chas. F. & Ollie B., sec 3, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 2 

Snyder, Charles P., sec 9, 78.10 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

fnyder, William A., sec 9, 81.50 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Snvder, Elmer C, dec, sec 4. 79 a. 

Snyder, Edw. C. & Pearl, sec 18, .10 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Snyder, Lemmon, South Whitley, r f d 2. 

Snyder, Sarah A., Columbia City,- r f d 3. 

Snyder, Adam, South WTiitley, r f d 2. 

Stallsmith. Dan'l & Minerva, sec 21, 61.34 a. Col. City, r 

f d 3. 
Stallsmith, Louisa, sec 34, 44.40 a. Col City, r f d 4. 
Sfallsmith. Charles A., sec 21, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 
Stallsmith, John S., sec 21. 26,66 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Stallsmith, Sarah E., sec 12, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 4.. 
Stalls"iith, S. F., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Stallsmith, R. O., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Steifel & Levy, leasees of Peabody elevator, Ft. Wayne. 
Stickler, Chas. D. & Lydia, sees 3-10, 120 a. Col. City, r 

f d 4. 
R^icVler, Henry O., sec 2, 12 a, Montana. 
SticVle'-. ■R. Frank, sec 1, 69.70 a, Columbia City. ; 
?tic'-l9r, Clarence H., sec 10, 65 a. Col. City, r f d 4J 
Stickler, f"rIando R.. Col-mbia City, r f d 3. 
~'''''-ier Maro-aret Ann. Peabody. i 

Ptoner, Lovie S- Ch.is. R,. sec 15, 79 a. Col. City, rfd 3. 
St^nor, .Tacob. sec 10, JO a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Stone-, rharles P.. sec 1 6, 34 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
S'nre-. '''ormon & Grace, sec 18. 1 a. So. W,, r f d 4. 
Ptumn, Charles M., !=ecs 19-?0. 45 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
<^tumD (^his. M. *- Cl-^-a, sec ?0. ?0 a. So. W., r f d 2. 
Swan. Elisha. sec ?5, 78 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Swank, Pavton Xr. El'z^beth. sec 18, 40 a. So. W., rfd 2. 
= wpnk. RqlDh, South Whitley, r f H 2. 
a,..penpv. t-'ate, sec 25. 8S a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
cwihart. Xnah. sees 6-7, 355.4? a. So. WTiitley. 
Swihart, John, sec 6, 10.50 a. So. Whitley. 



Tate, Amos H. & Hester, sec 33, SO a. Col. Citv, rfd 
fhierman, Justian, sec 5, 93.37 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Thierman, Henry, Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Thierman. Wm. T., Columbia' City, r t d 2. 
Trout, L. L., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Trout, K. C. Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Trout, Ned E., Columbia City, r f d 3. 



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rmmel, John, sec 2, 57.57 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Ummel, John & Abby, sec 2, 25 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
I'mmel, Mary J., sec 11, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 
Ummel, Henry J., sec 2, 2.36 a, Peabody. 

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Ummel, Henry J. & Madora J., Peabody. 

Lmmel, Simon E., sees 11-12, 29 a. Col. City, r t d 4. 

I mmel, Homer, Columbia City, r f d 4. 



Vance, Roy L., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Vance, Louisa, sec 18, 5.06 a. So. V.'., r f d 2. 
Vergon, Wm. C, sec 34, 33 a, Huntington. 
Virgon, Augusta, sec 34, 5 a, Huntington. 



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Wagner, Ella, sec IS, 2 a, So. W., r f d 2. 

Walker, Charles, dec, sec 29, 120.25 a. 

Walker, Lavant & Lemma, sec 29, 39.75 a. 

Weil, John T., Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Weisweaver, Lewis, sec S, 60 a, Col City, r f d 3. 

Weisweaver, Minnie, sec S, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 

Weisweaver, William, Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Weybright, Wm. H., sec 19, 66.50 a. So. W., r f d. 2. 

Wevbright, W. H., sec 19, .50 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Weybrisht, William S., So. W., r f d 2. 

Wevbright, F. T., So. Whitley, r f d 2. 

White, Carrie P. & Dale, sec 24, .60 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

White, Samuel R. & Carrie, sec 15, 123.50 a. Col. City, 

f d 5 . 
White, Dale, sec 19, 90 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
White, Drury V., sec 23, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 
White, Lawrence, sec 18, .51 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
White. Dr. S. R., Columbia Ci*y, r f d 5. 
V.'hite. Clarence, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
White. Harvey, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Wile, Marv E., sec 24, 66.75 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Wilson, John, sec 33, 91.22 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 
^^"ilson. Ratio, Columbia City, r f d 3, 
Wince, Alfred B., sees 22-23, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Wince, Lester E., sec 24. SO a, Cnl. City, r f d 4. 
Wince. Irving', sec 29, 90 a. So. W.. r f d 2. 
Wince, Irving Threshing Ring. Col. City, r t d 4. 
W'nce. Caroline M., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Wine, "R. X., Columbia City, r t d 3. 
Wise, John W.. sec IS, .49 a. So. W.. r f d 2. 
Wise, Landa, South Whitley, r f d 2. 



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Yoder, Perry ., sec 18, 1.50 a. So. W., r f d ; 
Yoder, Perry G., Tunker General Merchant. 



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liliiiiliiiiiiiiiiillllllllllliiiillllllillllllllllllillliiliiiiiiiiillilllllill 

FARMERS ! 

The First Whitley County 

National Farm Loan Association 



Organized by Farmers for Farmers under "The 
Federal Farm Loan At" Charter No. 108 U, S. 



You can borrow from $100 to $10,000 
and for 5 or 40 years — as much time as 
you need — no commission charged. 

Operates Whitley and Noble Counties. 

t=^ DIRECTORS F=^ 

E. B. CORNELIUS. President. 

H. E. BAKER. Vice-President. 

JAMES A. TUCKER. 

ALFRED COOPERRIDER 

MONROE SNYDER. 

J. C. SANDERS. Secretary and Treasurer. 

For information see the Secretary and 
Treasurer. Office in The Provident Trust 
Company, Columbia City, Indiana. 

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Monuments of artistic design are on dis- 
play at the Columbia City Monumental 
Works. Call and see them. 



Columbia Township 



Allen. Edward J., Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Anders, Adam, sec 36, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 
Anderson, J. J., Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Auer, Wm. A., sec 30, 99.50 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Auer, Harmon J., sec 10, 19. S4 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

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Babb, Earl, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Barnhill, Robert D., Beaver Res., 40 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Bechtold, John, sec 1.5, 55.06 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Bechtold, Geo. P. & Sarah, sec 10, 7.70 a. Col. City, rfd 2 

Eeeson. Bessie .May, sec 23, 65 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Beeson, Harmon H., dec, sees 1-2, 5S.22 a. 

Bjeson, Samuel F., sec 12, 77.50 a, Col. City, r f d 9. 

Eeeson, Keller E., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Beeson, John W., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Bennett. Orlando, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Betzner. Harriett, sec IS, 122 a. Col. City. 

'binder, Frederick G., sec 10, 2.79 a. Col. City. 

Blake, Nettie & Wm., sec 7, SO a, Columbia City. 

Bolin-er, Eli & Malissa, sec 14, 53.50 a. Col. City. 

Bordner, Hulvalen, sec 30, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Bowerman, Perry L., dec. sec 10, 1.25 a. 

Bovd, J. J. & H. G., sees 4-9, 85.02 a, Col. City, rt d 14. 

Bovd, 'Robert B., sees 3-4-9, 89.60 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Brahm, John & Frank, sees 12-13, 149. SI a. Col. City. 

Brockenhamer, Christ, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Brown, Rosco, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Burch, Wilbur & Florence, sec 31, S.75 a. Col. City, rfd 2 

Burch, William, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Burch, Web., Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Burch, Bon, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Burch, James, Columbia City, r t d 2. 

Burd, Jacob E.. sec IS, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Burd. Jacob & Rosanah, sees' 7-1 S, 46 a. Col. City, rfd 1. 

Burkholder, Sarah & Hiram, sec 29, 4 a, Col. City, rfd 3. 

Burns, Benjamin, sec 1, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 

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Carter, Norman, sec 10, 9.23 a, Columbia City. 

Clark, Mary O., sec 19, 17.50 a, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Clark, Harry, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Clark, Chauncey, Columbia City, r f d 1. ■ 

Claxton, Richard B., sec 2, 25.54 a, Columbia City. 

Clugston, H. B., sec 3, 158.04 a, Columbia City. 

Clugston, David B., jr., sec 4, 90.81 a. Col. City. 

Columbia City Floral Co., Columbia City. 

Cook, William, dec. sec 8, 29 a. 

Cook. Albert, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Coverstone. W. R., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Cox. Laura, sees 28-33, 126.05 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Cox, Olive & Mary Lawrence, sees 25-36, 41 a. Col. City, 

r f d 5. 
Cox, George W., sec 19, .50 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Cox. Mrs. Charles H., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Crawford, Jonas, dec, sec 24, 5.58 a. 
Crawford, Allen, sec 23, 80 a, Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Crawford, George L., sec 25, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Crawford, James A., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Creager, Oscar B. & wife, sec 7, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Cullers, Lamon, sec 11, .70 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Cusick, Carl, Columbia City, r f d 4. 



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Daniel, Harry, Lee & Edw., sec 24, 93.43 a. Col. City. 
Decker, Martin, sec 10, 1.77 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Dennison, John P., sec 4, 31.61 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 
Dimmick, Elizabeth, Beaver, res., 40.38 a, Col. City, r f d 

4. 
Dimmick, George, Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Dilliner. George L., sec 34, 123 a. Col. City. 
Dillman, Samuel E.. Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Ditton, Floyd, Columbia City, r f d S. 
Doriot. Emile. dec, sec 4-9, 81.09 a. 
Dowell, Elmer W., sees 19-30, 111.50 a. Col. City, rfd 2. 
Dowell, Charles E., sec 20, 75 a. Col. Citv, r f d 2. 
Dowell, L. C, see 20, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Dowell, Susan, sec 1, 45.75 a. Col. Citv, r f d 9. 
Dowell, Lewis H., Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Dowell, Chas. E., & Xellie, sec 20, 5 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Dunfee, William J., sec 1, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 

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Eberhard, Jacob, Beaver Res., 214 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 
Eberhard, Daniel, sec 36, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Eberhard, Franklin, sec 34, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Eberhard, Geo. W., sec 34, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

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Eberhard, Josiah, sec 31, SO a, Col. C\ty, r f d 2. 
Eberhard, John J., Beaver Res., 100 a, Col. City, rfd 3. 
Eberhard, Henry B., sees 30-31, 120 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Eberhard, Mary, sec 31, S7.79 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Eberhard, William, sec 34, 160 a, Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Eberhard. Cora O., Beaver Res., 120 a. Col. City, rfd 3. 
Eberhard, Elizabeth, sees 31-32, 177.97 a. Col. City, r I 

d 2. 
Elcrhard, Mandilla, sec 31, 60 a. Col. City. 
Eberhard, Omer, Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Eberhard, Raid, Columbia City, r t d 3. 
Eberhard. Henry A., Columbia City, r t d 1. 
Eberhard, Allen W., Columbia City, r f d 3, 
E-:olf, Benjamin, sec 2, 17.26 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
E-olf, Jos. & Savilla. sec 2, 5 a. Col. City. 
Eissele, Charles C, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Frdmann. August E., sec 10, 27.13 a. Col. City. 
Ernest, Marv & Bessie Shoda. sec 11, .12 a. Col. City, r f 

d S. 
'"yanson, Magdelena, et al, sec 10, 6.30 a. Col. City. 
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Farris, Otto J., Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Featlieringile, L«e, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Fenker, Anna E., sec 35, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Fenker, Ernest E., Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Fenker, Albert, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Fleck. John, Columbia City, r t d 3. 

Foster, Edward, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Foust, Cleon H., sees 1-2-11-12, 223.70 a. Col. City. 

Frazier, Henry D., sees 5-8, 9 7.50 a. Col. Ctiy. 

Frideger, Fred, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Fullmer, Jacob, Columbia City, r f d 4. 



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Gable, Sheridan C, sec 19, 165 a, Col. City, r t d 1. 

Gale, Charles W., sec 14, 1.50 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Gallivan, Dennis, sees 4-5, 211.31 a, Columbia City. 

Gallivan, Mary, sec 4, 20 a, Columbia City. 

Geiger, David, sec 11, 1.64 a. Col. City. 

Goss, William, see 23, 50.12 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Goss, Elbia, see 3, 1 a, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Goss, Ralph, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Green. Edith A., sec 11, .20 a, Col. City. 

Griffith, Alvia D., sec 2, 234.62 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

Griffith, Fred, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Grimes, Cassius & Francis, sec 6, 102.12 a. Col. City, r 1 

d 1. 
Growcock, William C, sec 30, 55.46 a. Col. City, rfd 1. 
Growcock, Joel, Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Gruesbeck, Abagail A., sec 10, 4.57 a, Col. City. 

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Haas, William H., sec 23, 23.50 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Haas, Bessie B., sec 14, 5 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Haas, Samuel, Columbia City, r f d S. 

Hamilton, Wm. H., Beavers Res., 124 a. Col. City, rfd 3 

Hamilton, Matilda, Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Hartman, William, sees 35-36, 135 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

Hartman, Leah, sec 36, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Hartman, Leah & Henry Keiser, sec 11, .27 a. Col City 

r f d 4. 
Hartman, O. E., Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Hartman, Leroy, Columbia Citv, r f d 3. 
Harris, Melvin C, sees 8-17, 215 a. Col. City r f d 1 
Harris, Ola A., sees 8-16, 210.18 a. Col. City! r f d 2. 
Harris, John M., dec, sec 8, 40 a. 
Harris, Charles R., sec 11, .25 a. Col. City r f d 8 
Harrison. Oeorge F., sees 5-8, 157.83 a. Col. City. 

Harrison J. R , Sec 10, 3:33 a Col City 
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Hartsough, Isaac & Eva, sec 10, 13.35 a. Col. City, rfd I 

Hawk, Lavina I., sees 29-30, 47 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Hawk, Arnold E., Columbia iCty, r f d 2. 

Hawn, Christian, sees 17-18, 192 a. Col. City. 

Hawn, Christian & Aurelia, sec IS, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 1 

Hawn, Russell L., sec 11, 3 a. Col. City, r.f d S. 

Hawn, \'ernon, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Hawn. Elmer, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Hawn, Lyman E.. Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Hazen, William, sec 11, 2.60 a. Col. City, r f d S. 

Hazen, \Vm. & Clara, sec 11, 1.60 a. Col. City, r f d S. 

Hazen, Clara C. sec 11, 1.20 a. Col. City, r t d S. 

Hazen, Ira & Maggie, sec 11, 3.13 a. Col. City, r f d S. 

Heinbach, Eli, sec 32, 160 a. Col. City, r t d 2. 

Heinbach, John L., sees 20-29, 142 a. Col. City, r f d 2 

Heinbach, Elmer & Mary, sec 29, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 2 

Heinley, Elmer M., sec 19. 40 a. Col. City, r t d 1. 

Heinley, Georse W., sec 19, 2.15 a. Col. City, r t d 1. 

Helfrieh, Henry B., sec 7, 6 a, Col. Citv, r f d 1. 

Heltrich, Earl. Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Helfrieh, Ralj'h, Churubusco. 

Hildebrand. W. H. & Dolly, sec 10, 6.95 a, Col. City. 

Hively, Ira W'., sec 31, 5 a. Col. City, rfd 14. 

Hively. Arthur. Coli'r^bia City, r f d S. 

Hoffman. Frank & Florence, sec 31. 63 a. Col. City, rfd 

Hoose. Mary E.. sec 5, 15 a, Larwill. 

Hughes. \Vm. M., sees 1-2, 125.95 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 

Hull, Foy H., sec 14, 51 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Hunsicker, Augusta, sec 25, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Hunziker, William S., Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Hurd, Jonathan, sec 24, 76 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Hurd, Samuel, jr., sec 13. 85.75 a. Col, City, r f d 7. 

Hurd. James K., see 24, 103 a. Col. City, rfd 5. 

Hurd, Chauncey, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Hurd, Orland, Columbia City, r f d o. 



Ihrig, 
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Spencer, Columbia Citv, r 
Mazy, sec 9. 5 a. Col. City 
John S.. Columbia City, r 


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Johnson. Wm. H.. & Sarah, sec 
Jones, Robert R. & Nellie, see 2 


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Keiser, Hiram 

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Keiser, William H., sec 33, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

Keiser, Jacob, sec 27, 68.50 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

Keiser, 'Rachel, sec 25, 57 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Keiser, Conrad, sec 3 6, 4 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Keiser, Lev. is & Lura, sec 36, 40 a, Col. City, rfd 5. 

Keiser, Augusta, sec 25, 25 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 

Keiser, F. Desta, sec 36, 25 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Keiser, Adam, sec 14, 22.50 a, Col. Ctiy. 

Keiser, Benjamin F., sec 32, 9 a. Col. City, rfd 3. 

Keiser, J. J.. Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Keiser, Charles E., Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Keiser, Wilton, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Keiser, William 'B.. Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Keiser, Henry E., Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Keiser, J. L., Peabody. 

Kemery, Ervin, sec 30, 20 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 

Kemery, Margaret, Beaver Res., 9.37 a, Col. City, rfd 3. 

Kemery, Nancy F.. Beaver Res., 7.3 7 a, Col. City, rfd 3. 

Kemerv, Catherine, sec 19, .25 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

I emery, Harvey, Col. City, r f d 3. 

Kemery, John W., Columbia City, r t d 3. 

Keniery, Chauncey, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Kerch, Conrad F., sec 35, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Kerch, Charles F., Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Kerch, William K., Colu-ibia City, r f d 4. 

Kiefer, Edward A., sec 29, 62 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

King, John L., Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Kinnev, Timothy, sec 14, .82 a, LaOtto. 

'Kissinger, W-m. H., sec 19, 79.50 a. Col. City. 

Kithcart. N. I. & Emma, sec 11, .8 a. Col. City. 

Fni'ht, Grant, Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Knisley, Frank F., sec 9, 153.51 a. Col. City. 

Knisley, Ruth, sees 9-16, 143 a. Col. City. 

Knisley, Emanuel- sec 9-i6, 120.80 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Knisley, Re'iina Main, sec 15, Beaver Res. 117.59 a, Col 

City, r f d 3. 
Knisley, Alexander, sec 9, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Knisley, Emanuel & Jas. A. Miner, sec 9, 4 a. Col. City 

r f d 1. 
Kn'sley. Richard. Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Koch, John W.. sec 24, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
T'och, Georze L., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Kourt, John, sees 4-5-8, 115 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Kourt, Christian & Ida, sees 17-20, 103.11 a. Col. City, r 

f d 2. 
Kourt, Henry, sees 17-20, 77.11 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Fourt, Christian, sec 20, 17 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Kyler, Truman C, Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Labar, Wm. H. & Augusta, sees 27-34, 42.50 a. Col. City 

r f d 4. 



Limb, M, D. & Adelia, sec 2, 10.74 a. Col. City, r f d l: 
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Lantzer, Elias, sees 23-36, 59 a. Col. City r f d 4 
Lantzer, Jeff J., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Lawrence, lantha B.. sec 25, 160 a. Col". City, r f d 5. 
Lawrence. Mary C. sec 25, 69 a. Col. City, r t d 5. 
Lawrence, Pearl K., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Lawrence, Lyman, Columbia City, r f d 5. ■ 
Leech, Leona, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Leininger, John C, sec 7, 141.50 a, Col. City 
Leininger, J. W. K., & Sarah. Beaver Res., 40 a. Col. City 

r f d 3. 
Leininger, Jacob W. K., Beaver Res., .37 a Col Citv r 

f d 3. ■ ■" 

Lemmon, Lafayette, Columbia City. 
Loe, John, Columbia Citv, r f d 2 
Loe, David, Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Lower, Albert G., sec 13. 40 a. Col. Ci*y, r f d 6 
Lower. Julia Ann, sec 13. 2S a. Col. City r f d 6 
Lower, Albert & Elizabeth, sec 24, 91.60 a. Col. City, r f 

d 1. 
Lucke, Martin, sec 32, .10 a. Col. Citv, r f d 2 
Luckenbill, Charles G., Columbia City. 
Lynch. Sarah & John, sec 5, 99.12 a Col City 
Lynch, Frank, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

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Main, J. M. & Regina, sec 15, 1 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 

Martin. Harris, sec 17, 13S.25 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Markley, Isaac W., sees 12-14, 76.04 a, Columbia City 

Markwalder, Melinda, sec 4, 33.33 a. Col. Citv, r f d 1. 

Jlarkwalder, John W., sees 4-9, 85.57 a. Col. City, rfd 1 

-Maxwell, John H., Beaver Res., 2 75 a, Col. Citv.'r f d 3. 

Maxwell, Elmer J., Columbia City, r f d 3. 

McClain, George F., sees 12-13, 86.50 a. Col. City, rfd 8. 

McColIey, William, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

McCoy, Alzina & David, see 7, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1 

McCoy, David, Columbia City, r f d 1. 

McKenzie, George G., sec 14, 1.33 a. Col. City. 

McKenzie, Geo. & Catherine, sec 14, 1.50 a Col City 

McXabb, John W. & Wilmina, see 8, 64.50 a, Col City 

MeXabb, John W., see 8, .50 a. Col. City. 

McNabb, Eber, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Meinika, Wm. & Elizabeth, Beaver Res, 3 a, Col. City, r f 

d 3. 
Messner, Harrison, Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Messner. Raymond. Columbia City, r f d 8 
Mettler, Xettie B., sec 11. .58 a. Col. City. 
Metzger. Jacob H. & Cora, sec 7, 80 a. Col. City rfd 2 
Metzger. Jacob H.. sees 18-28. 68.51 a, Col. City rfd" 
Meyer. Caroline, sec 12. 40 a. Columbia City. 
Meyers. Wm. E., sec 14, 80 a, Columbia City. 
Miller Brick Co., sec 11. 32.25 a, Columbia City 
Miller, William F.. sec 17, 120 a. CoL City, r f d 1. 

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?iller, Henry C, sec 29, 64.37 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 

Miller, William H., Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Miller, George R., ColumMa City, r f d 7. 

r Her, Mne. Columbia City, r f d 7. 

:/iller, Blanche, sec 13. 1.5 a. Col. City, r t d 7. 

riner, Wm. H. & Mary, sec 14, 49.50 a. Col. City, rtd 4 

Miner, Carl C. & Laura, sec 19, 15 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Miner, Laura D.. sec 19, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Miner, James, Columbia City, r f-d 1. 

Minika, WilliTm, et al, Beaver Res., 66.66 a, Col. City, 

f d 3. 
Minika, Charles, sec 30, 41 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Minita, Ellen, sec 30, 3 4 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
>'orrow, Charles E., sec 17, 51.75 a, Col. City, rfd 2. 
Morsches. Mable, sec 1, 307 a, Columbia City. 
Mosber, Lyman C, sec 7, 118 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
^'osher, ^Vdam B., et al, sec IS, 80 a. Col. City. 
Mosher, Emma J., sees 17-20, 63 a Col. City, r f d 2. 
>'osher, William J., sec 17, 10 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
"^'osher, Anna, sec 19, 7 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Mosher. Delmer V.. sec 2. 5 a, Columbia Citv. 
^'osber. Har:-ion & Clara, sec 8, 4.50 a. Col. City, rfd 2. 
JTcs*-er. Homer W., sec 7. 2 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Vosher, Irvin L., Columbia Citv. r f d 2. 
■'Vc'.er, Calvin E., Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Mossm?n. James F., sec 3. 45.25 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 



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yei, Elmer J., sec 22 & Beaver Res., 109.69 a. Col. City 

City, r f d 4. 
Nei. RutiiF. & Viola, sec 22 & Beaver Res.. 49.69 a. Col, 

City, r f d 4. 
Nei. Anna. Beaver res.. 5 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Xicl-ey, Wm. S., sec 2. 42.29 a. Columbia City. 
Xoble. DeWitt & Mary, sec 3. 5 a. Col. City. 
Nolt, Elizabeth 2d, Beaver "Res., 186.75 a. Col. City, rfd 3 
Xolt. Jonas E., Beaver Res., 140 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Nolt, Simon, sec 14. 137 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 
Nolt, Ephriam. Beaver Res., & sec 22, 61.46 a, Col. City. 

r f d 4. 
Nolt, Ephriam & Laura, Beaver Res., 30.25 a, Col. City 

r f d 4. 
Nolt, Elizabeth A.. Beaver Res., 38.90 a. Col. City, rfd ?. 
Nolt, Jonas & Phoeba. Beaver Res.. 2 2 a, Col. City, rfd ?. 
i^'oU Vjin ,T., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
North. Louisa, sec 13, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
North, Icephena. dec, sec 11. 1.75 a. 
North. Charles W., sec 32, 3 a, Columbia City. 
North. Ralnh O.. sec 11, .25 a. Larwill. 
North. Arthur J.. Columbia Citv. r f d 6. 
North, C. W. & Co., Columbia City. . ' '. 

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Oberkeiser, Mary & Philip, sec 11, 1 a, Col. City. 
Oberkeiser, John, dec, sec 11, .18 a. 
• Ohmart, Howard, Columbia City, r t d 12. 
Ormsby, Albert & Janette, sec 14, .48 a. Col. City. 
Orner, Sarah Jane, sec 23, 56.03 a, Columbia City. 
Orner, G. F., Columbia City, r f d 5. 



Paige, Richard, sec 13, 23.45 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 

Peabo.dy, S. J., sees 3-27 & Beaver Res., 1,43.37 a. Col- I 

umbia City. 
Peabody & Cusick, Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Peabody, George W., Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Pearl, Frank & Sarah, sees 29-32, 24 a. Col. City, rtd 2. 
Pence, John & ilahala, sec 12, 17.134 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
Pence, Virgil J., sees 10-15, 158.99 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Pence, Roy, Columbia City, r f d 4. I 

Pence, John W., Columbia City, r f d 10. ' i 

Pence, Wilford, Larwill. 

Perry, John A., sees 31-32, 118.75 a, Col. City, rfd 2. . ! 

Perry, Samuel E., Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Perry, John H., Columbia City, r f d 2. ' 

Phillips, Ernest & Josephine, sec 4, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 14 
Phillips, Ila Shoemaker, sec 6, 43.20 a. Col. City, rfd 1. , 

Phillips, C. E., & Delia, sec 10, 7.91 a. Col. City, r f d 1_ , 

Phillips, Ray, Columbia City, r f d 1. ' 

Pinney, Frank, sec 18, 45 a, No. Manchester. j 

Plittner, William, sec 26, S.60 a. Col. City, r f d 4. • ! 

Pletche;-, Jacob & Anna, sec 10, 1.20 a. Col. City. , | 

Pratt. Oscar, Columbia City, r f d 3. ' ' i 

Prumra, Harry, Columbia City, r f d 4. - . -j 



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Ramp. Geore-e & Susan, sec 13, 65.08 a. Col. City, rfd 7 

Ray, James ~& Alice, sec 5, 50.57 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Ray, Frank, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Ream, William, jr., sec 5, 139 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Ream, Nathan A., sec 5, 80.29 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Reece, Charles E., sec 31, 159 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Reece. Ralph, sec 31, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Peeg, Peter & Wary, sec 30, 2.50 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Richards. Elijah, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Richardson, Austin B., sec 3, 41.21 a. Col. City, r f d 14 

Richardson, Ida M., sec 3, 41.21 a. Col. City, rfd .14. 

Richardson, James, Columbia City, r f d 14. 

Ricker, Elmer E., sec 10, 8.45 a, Lincoln, Neb. 

Roadarmel, Howard & Elizabeth, sec 19, 40 a. Col City 

r f d 1. 
Roberts, Wm. H., sees 8-22-24, 77 a, Columbia City. 

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Roberts, Nathan, dec, sec 23, 103.50 a. 

Roberts, Elizabeth, Beaver Res., 10.50 a. Col Cit>, rtd 3 

Roberts, Adam F., Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Roberts, Harry E., Columbia ICty, r f d 3. 

Rouse, Laura Tuttle, sec 10, 9.89 a. Col. City 

Ruckman, Samuel, dec, sec 3, 12 a. 



Saddler, Eugene, Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Saddler, Harry, Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Samuel, T. J., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Sawkins, .Margaret, sec 11, .4 a. Col. City. 
Schang, John W., Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Schaper, Franklin, sec 33, 236.36 a. Col. City, r f d 3 
Schaper, Wm. H., sec 6-10, 133.16 a. Col. City, r f d 1 
Schaper, Theodore, Beaver Res., 51.16 a, Col City, r f d 3 
Schaper, Lewis, sec 10, 42.49 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 
Schaper, Adolph & Emil, Columbia City, r f d 1. 
Schaper, Arthur, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Scharper, Walter, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Scheetz, Emil and Caroline, sec 2, 3 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Schnetzler, «. P. & W. E., sec 35, 80 a. Col. City, rtd 4. 
Schrader, Mary, et al, Beaver Res., 160 a,. Col. City, rfd 3 
Schrader, Leah, Beaver Res., 80 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 
Schrader, Jacob, 1st, sec 36, 745 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schrader, Ephraim, sec 26, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Schrader, Jacob, sec 25-26, 109.80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Schrader, Elmer E., sec 26, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Schrader, Catherine Ann, sec 20, 68.60 a. Col. City, rfd 2 
Schrader, Lorin R., sec 36, 57 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schrader, Catherine & Benj., Beaver, Res. & sec 29, 45.66 

a, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Schrader, Lyman H., sec 36, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schrader, John, jr., sec 36, 30 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schrader, Eva, sec 36, 10 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schrader, Wm. & Anna, sec 24, 8 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schrader, Anna E., sec 24, 4 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schrader, Hovey L., Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Schrader, Ben, Columbia City, r f d 2. 
Schrader, Lewis, Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Schrader, John M., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Schrader. Rosco I., Columbia City. 
Schumaker, Henry A., sees 23-24, 116 a. Col. City. 
Schumalier, Mary, sees 25-36. 47.50 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Schumaker, Catherine & Hurley, sec 14, 1 a. Col. City, r J 

d 4. 
Schumaker, Charles H., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Schuman, Lydia, sec 6, 100.60 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Schuman. Grover C, sec 6, 40 a. Col. City r f d 1, 
Scott, Day & Lulu, sees '5-8, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Scott, Jnne, sec 8, 80 a, Columbia City. 
Scott, V R. & Margaret, sec 10, 8 a. Col. City 



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£ei\ers, Henry, sec 35, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Seivers, William, jr., sec 26, 80.50 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Sell, Solomon, dec, Beaver Res., 149.89 a. 

Sell, George, Beaver Res., 135.99 a. Col. City, r f d 3. 

Sell, Ervin, sees 28-29, 51 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 

Sell, Lavina C, sec 30, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Sell, Henry J., sec 30, 20 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Sell, Phoeba, Columbia City, r t d 3. 

Sell, Esther, Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Shank, Sebastian, sees 18-19, 109.69 a. Col. City, r f d 1 

Shaal, Lydia E., sec 14, 95 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 

Shearer, Catharine, sec 24, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 5. ; 

Shearer, Samuel, Columbia City, r f d 5. ' . 

Sheckler, David O., sec 12, 52 a. Col. City. 

Sheeler, Jennie A., sec 18, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Sheeler, Elmer E., Columbia City, r f d 1. • . i 

Sherwood, Justus J., sec 1, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 10. "' ] 

Sherwood. James, dec, sec 1, 40 a. '■ . ' 1 

.^hillins, Bessie May, sec 11, .20 a. Col. City, r f d 8. .' ' ' 

Shilling. John, Columbia City, r f d 8. ' 

Sbilts, -Mary & John, sec 12, 37 a. Col. City, r f d 12. ' .' I 

Shinneman, J. F. & .Mary, sec 14, 75 a. Col. City. ' 

Shinneman, John F., sec 10, 2 a. Col. City. 

Shinneman, David L., sees 10-14, 55 a. Col. City. 

Shoda, Isabell, sec 11, .35 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Shoda, Clyde. Columbia City, r f d 8, 

Shoemaker, Calvin E., sec 6, 90.81 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Shoemaker, Luther W., sees 5-6, 82.50 a. Col. City, rfd 1 

Shoemaker, Ila May, sec 7, 40 a. Col. Cify, r f d 1. 

.-hoemaker, Lavina, sec 24, 3.56 a. Col. City. "^ 

Shoemaker, Jacob, dec, sec 24, la. 

Shook, Samuel E., sec 3, 259.95^, Col. City, r f d 14. 

Shook, Samuel & Margaret, sec 3, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 14 

Shoop, Delmar E., sec 8, 46 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 

Shorb, Caroline, et al, sec 29, 73.50 a. So. W., r f d 2. 

Short. Nancy A., sec 7, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Shroll, George W., sec 2, 90.25 a. Col. City, r f d 13. ! 

Sickatoose, Florence, -sec 1, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 9. ■ .' I 

Sickafoose, Charles, Columbia City, r f d 9. < 

Sievers, Henry, sec 25, 79 a. Col. City, r f d 4. j 

Sievers, Cora, sec 26, 81.66 a. Col. City, r f d 4. . „ J 

Sievers, Maggie, Columbia City, r f d 4. ' '' ■ ] 

Sievers, Luther H., Columbia City, r f d 4. - . . .i 

Sievers, Charles W., Columbia City, r f d 12. ,1 

Slossman, Chas. P., sec 3, 4.50 a, Col. City. - .- *'1 

Small. Daniel E.. Columbia City, r f d 2. ' ' 

Smalley. Charles, sees 29-32, 94.25 a. Col. City, rfd 2. " - ' • ■ f 

Smith, Henry B., sec 36, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 5. ■ . . n' 

Smith, Wm. A., sees 13-24, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. '" -'■ 1 

Smith, Samuel, sec 13, 77.32 a. Col. City, r f d 6 • ' ' ' ! 

Smith, Samnel & Mary, sec 24, 26.42 a. Col. City,' rfd 6 •' 

Smith, Stanley S., sec 11, 46.10 a. Columbia City. ' 

Snyder, John L., sec 33, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 3. ! 

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Snyder, George, sec 14, 5 a, Columbia City. 

Souder, Hannah J., sec 9, 19.55-a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Souder, Lewis, sec 9, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Souder, Henry, jr., Columbia City, r £ d 1. 

Splttler, Ira C, sec 13, 66.93 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

bplttler, Mary A., sec 13, 27.22 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Spohn, .Mary Alice, sec 10, 9 a, Col. City, r f d 1. 

Spohn, E, T., Columbia City, r f d 1. 

Spring Run Grange, sec 24, .50 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Sterner, Jeremiah & Catherine, sec 26, IS a. Col. City, 

£ d 4. 
Sterner, Jeremiah, sec 26, 25.25 a. Col. City, r t d 4. 
Stiles, Orville, sec 29, 124 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 
Stough, Charles E., sec 12, 40.99 a, Col. City, r £ d 9. 
'Strong, Eph K., sec 12, 8 9 a, Columbia City. 
Sweet, Frank C, Columbia City, r £ d 2. - 
Swlhart, John, sec 31, 4.50 a. So. Whitley. 



Tannehill, William, sec 6, 7S a, Col. City, rfd 1. 

The Columbia City Floral Co., sec 10, 5.62 a. Col. City. 

The D. M. Sears Co., sec 10, 1.15 a. Col. City. 

The Granlt Improvement Co., sec 10, 2.07 a. Col. City. 

Theil, Anna, dec, sec 11, 3 a. 

Traster, S. E. & Athlechna, sec 25, 30 a, Col. City, r £ d t 

Traster, Samuel E. & wife, sec 23, 13 a. Col. City, r £ d 5 

Traster, Web., sec 2 4, 3 a, Co. City, r f d 5. 

Traster, Henry D., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Trembley, Samuel F., sec 9, 80.64 a. Col. City. 

Tripconey, James, sec 11, 6.17 a, Col. City, r f d 8. 

Trout, Geo. W. & Nancy, sec 10, 2.18 a, Col. City, rfd 1. 

Trout, Nancy, sec 10, .94 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Trout, Kate, sec 10, 1 a. Col. City, r £ d 1. 

Trout, William, Columbia City. 



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Ulerlch, Edward F., sec 14, .09 a. Col. City. 
Ulerich, Emaline, sec 2, 2.50 a, Fort Wayne. 
Ulerlch, Anthony, sec 3, 20 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 
Ummel, John, see 14, 6 a. Col. City, r f d 4. 



Van Busklrk, Guy, Columbia City, r £ d 1. 

Van OrsdoU, Homer & Wm. P., sec 10, 6.96 a. Col. City. 

Van Voorst, Albert, sec 2, 3.50 a. Col. City, r £ d 13. 



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Wiaidlick, Christian D., dec, sec 11, 58.25 
Walb, Frank A., Columbia City, r f d 2. 

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Walgamuth, Clarissa, sec 24, 13.40 a, Col. City, r f d 4. 
Walgamuth, W. H. H., Columbia City, r f d 4. 
Wallace, George W.. sec 10, 45.52 a, Col. City. 
Warren, Ben & lone, sec 2, 50 a. Col. City, r t d 13. 
Waterfall, John W.. sec 2, 8.50 a. Col. City. 
Waterfall, Wallace & John, sec 10, 1 a. Col. City. 
Weisweaver, Lewis, sec 11, .18 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 
Wig^nt. Warren & Mertie, sec 10, 5 a. Col. City. 
Wigent, Warren, sec 10, 11. 3S a. Col. City. 
Wigent, Roy W., sec 2, 11.27 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 
Wilcken, Wm. & Mary, sec 23, 66.80 a, Col. City, rfd 4. 
Wilcoxon. Mary A., sec 31, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Windle, Judson, Columbia City. 
Wiseman, Sarah, sec 2, 2.50 a. Fort Wavne. 
Withers, Wm. H., sec 5, 26 a. Col. City, r f d 2. 
Whipple, Geo. & Lydia, sec 14, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
\\'hipple, Edgar, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Wolf, Ervin G., sees 18-19, 84.95 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 
Wolf, Elizabeth Alice, Beaver Res., 45.30 a. Col. Citv, i 

t d 3. 
Wolf, Eli, sec 29, 43 a, Col. City, r f d 3. 
Wolf, Benj. P., sec 29, 25 a, Col. City, r f d 2. 

Wolf. B. F. & Emma, sec 29, 20 a, Col. Citv. r f d 2. 

Wolf, Andrew, sec 29, 25.35 a. Col. Citv, r f d 2. 

Wolf, Grover, Columbia Citv, r f d 1. 

Wolf. Leonard, Columbia City, r f d 2. ' - 

iVolt. Xoah, Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Wolf, George W., Columbia City, r f d 2. 

Wolf. Earl, Columbia City, r f d 3. 

Wynkoop, Cassius, sec 30, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 1. 

Wynkoop, Chas. A., dec, sec 11, 5.23 a. 

Wynkoop, Chas G., jr., Columbia City, r f d S. 

Wynkoop, Anna E.. Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Wynkoop, Lono, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Wynkoop, Edgar L., Columbia City, r f d 8. 

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Young, George W. & Mary, sec 12, 10 a. Col. Ci.- rfd 8 

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Zuber Drain Tile Co., sec 11, l.SO a, Columbia City. 



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Prices are small in comparison when you 
consider quality of monuments sold by C. 
L. KESSLER, Columbia City,, Ind. 



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Adams, Andrew, sec 7, :C0 a. New York City. 
Adams. Thomas E.. dec, sees 7-8-18, 322,37 a. 
Alexander, Ralph B., Columbia City, r f d 11. (Summer) 
Ambrose, Orwell, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Amos, George & Lucy, sec 30, 25 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Anspaugh, Cora & Aliert, sec 24, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Anspaugh, Christena. sec 14, 29 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Anspaugh, \V. H., Columbia City, rfd 11. 
A; pleton, Aaron & Ella, sec 10. 79.99 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Archer, Josiah, sec 3.5, 123 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
.«rcher. Earl D., Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Armold, Mrs. Jerry, Columbia City, r f d 13. 



PEi.', Elmer, sec 11, i 07.36 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

•Ball-, Aaron & Rebecca, sec 2, 43 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 

Biir, Timothy. Columbia City, rfd 12. 

Baker, Henry E,, sec 11, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Barney, Everett A., sec 35, 117 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 

Barney, W. D. & Martha, sec 2 7, 5 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

Barne;. Lester A., Columbia City, rfd 10. 

Barre- , Clarence. Larwill. 

Barron, George W., sec 25, 35.60 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 

Bnrron, Geo. \V. & Ida, sec 25, 28.86 a. Col. City, rfd 10 

Ba.ue-, George, sec 34, 79.50 a, Col. City, r f d 11. 

^ii'ss. Conrad, Columbia Citv, rfd 11. (Summer). 

Beck, Samuel, dec, sec 26. 61.50 a. 

BecV, Valoro'-s. Colombia City, r f d 11. 

Peeson, H. A. & T. O. Miller, Col. City, rfd 11. (Sum.) 

Bende--,-ravid & Sarah, sec 9. 79 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 

Pen^'e-. -imon. Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Penjamin Samuel & Lydia. sec 13, 45 a. Col. City, rfd 11 

Pennett, Jasper L.. sec 6, 56.06 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Berning, Henry W., Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). 

Berry, Emmit C. sees 20-29. IIS. 94 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 

Berry, Carl E., Col. City, r f d 13. 

Betzner, Lovina J., sec 2, 93 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

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Bet;ner, William I., sec 19, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 

Better, George 0., Col. City, r f d 11. 

Bills, James P., sec IS. 50 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Lirch, Ochmig, Columbia City, rfd 11 (Summer). 

Binder, F. G., et al. Col. City, r f d 11 (Summer). 

Binkley, Charles, sec 9, 10 a. Col. City, rfd 12. ' 

Blanchard. Thomas, Col. City, rfd 13. 

Elue, Chas. & Mamie, Col. City, r f d 11 (Summer). 

Boggs, Arthur A., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Boggs. Albert, Col. City, rfd 12. 

Born Christian, dec. sec 14, 161 a. 

Born, Jacob W., sec 4, 69 a, Col. City, r f d 12. 

Born, Sylvester, sec 4, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 13. • 

Born, Mrs. Christian, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Born, Firmer, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Born, Clarminda, Col. City, r f d 11. 

""osier. Fay. Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Bower, Samatha C. sec 21, 40 a. Col. City. 

Bower. Abner T., sec 1. 2.2S a, Churubusco. 

Bower, Elmer, Columbia City, rfd 12. 

Po'-er, Anna E., sec 21, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Boyd, Robert B., sec 6, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Br^f'.dock, George N., sec 23, 159.20 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

rraddock, William A., sec 35, 80 a. Col. City. 

Braddock, Carry J., see 24. 80 a. Col. City, rfd 11 

Br-'ddoc''. John E., sec 35, SO a. Col. City, r t d 11. 

Brings, H. E., Col. City, r f d (Summer). 

Fn- n. Geo. H., Col. City, r f d 11 (Summer) 

Burns, Eliza, sec 6, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 



Carter, N. E. & A. R. Fleck, Col. City, rfd 11 (Sum.) 
Chapman, William S., sec 11, 86.05 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Chapman. Earl W., sec 27, 78 a. Col. Citv, r f d 11. 
Ciapman, Everet R., sec 14, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Christian. Jacob K. & Mary M., sec 8, 80 a. .- . -, 1 

Clark, Samuel E., sec 31, 99.50 a. Col.- City, r f d 12. - ;-' J 
Clark, Catharine, sec 35, 19.44 a. Col. City, r f d 9. "■'■ ."-.-'1 
Claxton. Richard, sec 34, 1.9S a. Col. City. .. 1 

Clav, Omer & Emma, sec 21, 8 a. Col. City, r f d 12. ■. -{ 

Cleiand. Eliza J., sec 24, SO a. Col. City, r f d 10. ■* | 

Cleland, Bert. Col. City, r f d 11. ! 

Cummins, Sanford, sees 5-8, 141.50 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 
Coffman, Wm. P., Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). • 4 

Connehlv, Anna., sec 11, SO a. Col. City, rfd 12. i 

Connebly, August, Col. City, r f d 12. • 

Cook, Austin & Mary, sec 18, 24.83 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 
Coolman, Wm. H. & Jennie, sec 10, 99.50- a, Col. City, r 

f d 13. 
Coolman, Oscar, Columbia Citv, rfd 12. 
Coolman. Glen G., Columbia City, r f d 14. ' 
Cooper, John W., sec 33, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 



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Cooperrider, Alfred, sec 20, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Cooperrider, Bertha, sec 8, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13 

Corbin, Albert, sec 25, 65.61 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Corbin, David H., sec 25, 17.50 a, Col. City, r f d 10 

Corbin, John H., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Cotterly, Ernest, sec 9, 180 a, Col. City. 

Coverstone, John & Missouri, sees 3-4, 74.50 a r t d 12 

Cox, Susan, dec, sec 30, 15 a. 

("ox, David, Columbia City, r f d 4. 

Cramer, Elmyra, sec IS, 10 a. Col. City, r f d 13 

Cramer, Clyde, Columbia Citv, r f d 13. 

Creager. Samuel & Sarah, sec 30, 3S a. Col. City, rfd 14 

Crist, Bertha & Elijah, sec 5, SO a. Col. City, r f d 11 

Cummins, George W., sec 5, 27.19 a. Col. City, r f d I's 

Cusick, Frank C, sec 33, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Dailey, Oras E.. sec 35, 5S a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Dailey, Louisa J., sec 4, 96 a, Col. City r f d 11 
Daniel, Daniel, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer) 
Decker, .Marvin M., Col. City, r f d 11. 
r'ial. Harmon, Col. City, rfd 13. 

Dillman, Samuel & Bertha, sec S, 50 a. Col. City rfd 13 
Dilhiidn, Florence Eva, Col. City, r f d 11 (Summer) 
Dornte. Esther. Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Dunsan, 7ark T., Col. City, r t d 11, (Sum,mer). 

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^gngr, David, sees 19-30, 2.95 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Egner, James, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Egolf, Henry J., sees 25-36, 96.50 a, Col. City, rfd 11 

Egolf, Israel, sec 26, 38 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Egol", Jeremiah, sec 1, 50 a. Col. (5ity, r f d 11. 

Egolf, Jere-iiah & Sarah, sec 1, 29 a. Col. City, r t d 11. 

E^olf, Adaline, sec 26, 40.50 a. Col. Citv, r f "d 11 

Egolf, Charles E., sec 26, 21.25 a, Col. City, r f d 11 

Egolf, Peter & Sarah, sec 28, SO a. Col. City. 

Egolf, Hazel & Amie, sec 26, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 11 

Egolf, Arnie G., Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Emerick, C. F. & A. E. Schinbeckler, Col. City, rfd 11, 

(Summer). 
Emerick, John G., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer) 
Emig, Charles, sec 7. 225.63 a, Col. City, r f d 14. 
Fngle. John, dec, sec 17, 25 a. 
Engle, Ralph, Columbia City, r f d 12. 
Engle, Jesse S., Columbia City, rfd 12. 
Engle, Elmer, Columbia City, r f d 13, ' 

Ertzineer. L. A., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Essig, Melvin, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Essig, L. E. & 11. Gible, Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). ^ 
Esterline, James O., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

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Esterllne, Frank & Chester, sec 11, 5.50 a, Col. City, rfd 

11. 
Esterline, Chester N., Col. City, r f d 11. 

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Falkhauser, Emma C, sec 3, 20.50 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Falkhouser, Christian, Col. City, r f d 12. 
Farfen, Florence L,., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Farren, Phillip, Col. City, merchant tailor, r f d 11 (Sum- 
mer). 
Feaster. William F., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Fiandt, Lawrence S., Col. City, r f d 12. 
Fisher, Daniel, sec 9, 130 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Fisher, Francis W., sec 20, 100 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Fisher, Elizabeth Ann., sec 9, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Fisher, George \V., sec 27, 56.60 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Fisher, Lillian, sec 19, 28.33 a. Col. City, r t d 13. 
Fisher, Chas. M. & Golda, sec 26, 30 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Fisher, Firmer & Cuba, sec 14, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Fisher, Geor. & Zelphia, sec 27, 23.50 a. Col. City, rfd 11 
Fisher. David E., Col. City, r f d 12. 
Fisher, Ira, Col. City, r f d 12. 
Fitzhugh, Albert F., Columbia City. 
Fleenor. Zachariah, sec 33, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Flox, Jacob 0., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Forrester, Charles J., Col. City, r f d 11. 
Foster, Firmer L., sees 30-32, 86 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Foster, Otto L. & Pearl, sec 32, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Foster, Leonard & Leota, sec 32, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 12 
Foust. Lela G.. Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Freese, Catherine, sees 31-32, 105 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Freese, Frank & Catherine, sec 31, 35 a. Col. City, rfd 13 
Friskney, Thomas, sec 6, 55 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Friskney, Thos. & Jennie, sec 6. 10 a, Col. City, rfd 13. 
Fry, Catharine E., sees 4-5, 55.75 a. Co. City, rfd 13. 
Fry. George A., sees 4-5, 2.25 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Fullmer. John, sec 29, 60 a. Col. Citv, r f d 12. 
Fullmer. John & Gladys, sec 32, 12 a. Col. City, r f d 12 
Fulton, John & I. Ream, sec 11, .33 a, Huntington. 

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Gaerte, Ozias J., see 2, 40.63 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Gaerte, Morris, Columbia City, rfd 12. 
Gandy, Ora D., sec 15. 20 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Garber. Jacob. Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). 
Garber, Samuel F., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Gawthorp, Ray & Delphia, sec 6, 7 a. Col. City, rfd 13 
Gearhart. Bertha, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Geiger, Irvin C, sec 29, 32.55 a. Col. City, rfd 13 
Geiger, Samuel E., sec 22, 95' a. Col. City r f d 11 
Gillie, George W., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

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Giye. William E., sec 14, SO a, Col. City, r f d 10. 

Goodrich, Silas, sec 6, 60.62 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 

Goodrich, Frank & Mattle, sec 30, 40 a, Col. City, rfd 13 

Goppert, Jasper & Olive, sec 3, 32.50 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 

Goppert, Jasper, sec 3, 4. .50 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 

Goss, Alfred, sec 18, 65.50 a. Col. City. 

Goss, Charles, sec 16, SO a, Col. City, r f d 12. • 

Goss, Ralph, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Goudy, Jenette, Col. City, r f d 11. (Summer). 

Goudy, William, Col. City, r f d 13. 

Orahle. Francis M., sec 4, 95 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Grable, Sarah, sec 4, 27 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 

Grable, Ira M., sec 4, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Gradeless, Milton, sec 24, 15S.50 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

Gradeless, William, sec 24, SO a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Gradeless, Zenos, sec 13, 35.50 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

Gradeless, America, sec 13, 9.50 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Gradeless, Cleveland, Columbia Citv, r f d 11. 

r-rrdeless, Cecil. Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Gr-deless, Charles W., Col. City, r f d 13. 

Grisier. F. G. & Mary, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

H 

Haas, Edward, sec 2S, 63 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Haas, Lanville, sec 2S, 37 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 
Haas, Millard, sec 2S, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Hancock, Arthur E., sec 26, 50 a. Col. City. 
Hancock. Arthur, et al, sec 26, 80 a. Col. City. 
Hancock, Enoch, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Harold. Jasper & 'Mont, sec 13, 63 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
'J-rold. Mont A., sec 13. 10 a, Col. City, r f d 11. 
Harrison, Geo. R., Col. City, r f d 11. (Summer). 
Harshbarger. Emanuel & Clara, sec 34, SO a, Col. City, 

r f d 10. 
Harshbarger. Charles M., sec 12. 110 a. Col. City, rtd 11. 
Harshbarger. Jennie, sec 36. 19.50 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Harshbarger, Samuel L., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Harshbarger. Grover C, Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Hartsough, Martha J., sec 6, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
HartsouEih, Geo. E., sec 6, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Hartsough. William. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Hass. Geo. D. & Josephine, sec 17, 1 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 
Hass. George D.. sec 17, .25 a, Col. City, rfd 13. 
Hawk. Ralph. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Haynes, Josiah. dec. sec 21, 125.40 a. 
Haynes, Margaret, et al. sec 21, 6.60 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Havnes, Sherman, Columbia City, rfd 12. 
Havnes, William, Columbia City, r f d 12. 
Hazen. Clara C, sec 26, 38.75 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 
Hed-re. Charles & Emma, sec 32, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Hedge, Hermon, Columbia City, rfd 10, 
Helblig, Florence, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Heller. Frank J., sec 11, 1.67 a, Col. City. 

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Heller, Thos. Lee, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). - 

Henline, Albert, Col. City, r f d 11. 

Herr, John B., sec 18, 20 a. Col. City, r t d 13. 

Herrick, Geo. H. & Alice, sec 33, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 11. 

Herrick, George H., Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Herron, Sarah, sec 2, 36.62 a. Col. City, r fd 12. 

Herron, 'Richard, sec 4, 33.75 a. Col. City, rtd 12. 

Herron, Richard, jr., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Herron, Charles N., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Herron, George, Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Hess, Peter S., sec 19, 110 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Hess, Chas. V. & Hannah, sec 29, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 12, 

Hiatt, Erastus, et al, sec 4, 96 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Hill, Oscar & Elizabeth, sec 21, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

Hill, Clark, sec 5, 83.10 a. Col. City, r f d 13 

Hill, .Martha, sec 5, 9.50 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Hill. Oscar, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

Hively, William R., sec 13, 143.50 a. Col. City, r f d 11 

Hivelv, Jesse S., sec 10, 100.01 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Hively, Charles W., sec 24, 90 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Hively, David & Minnie, sec 14, 90 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Hively, Sherman ., et al, sec 11, SO a, Col. City, rfd 12. 

Hively, Isaac, sec 10, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Hively, Daniel, sec 27, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Hively, Austin, sec 17, 55 a. Col. City, rfd "12. 

Hively, Lowell, sec 10, 39.75 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Hively, Matilda, sec 22, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 11 

Hively, .\oah W., sec 22, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Hively, Ben E., Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Hively, Clarence, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Hively,. Charles H., Columbia City, r f d 11. ' -, 

Hively, Walter R., Columbia City, r t d 11. ■•" ' 

Hively, Irvin, Columbia Citv. rtd 12. 

Hively, Chester, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Hively. Mrs. Solomon. Columbia City, r f d 11 

Hoffer, Edward D., sec 8, 80 a. Col. Citv. 

Hoffer, John, sees S-12-21, 130 a. Col. Citv, r f d 12. 

Hoffer, Rose, sees 18-19, 56.67 a, Columbia City 

Hoffer, Charles W., sec 8, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Hoffer, Florence, sec 17, 40 a. Col. City r f d 12 

Hohan, Frederick D., Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). 

Hollinger, Edward, sec 11, .50 a. Col. City. 

Hosier, Catherine, sec 8, 80 a. Col. City r t d !'> 

Hosier, Urias, sec 5, 24 a. Col. Citv, rfd 12 

Honghendoubler, Amos, sec 2. 57 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 

Hull, Esta, Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Hull. William H., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Hullinger, Daniel, sec 4, 31.25 a. Col Citv r f d 12 

Hullinger, Clifton, Columbia City, r f d l6' 

Humbarger, Isaac, sec 23, 168 a, Col. City r f d 11 

Humbarger, Lauren, sees 23-25, 149 a. Col! City, rfd 11 

Humbarger, Luella, sec 23, 87 a. Col. City r f d 11 

Humbarger, John, sec 29, 80 a, Col. City/r f d 12." 

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Humbarger, Ella, sec 28, 43 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
H.m larger, Void, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Himbarger, Gilbert, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Hunter, Harry, Columbia City, r t d 11, (Summer). 
Hyre, Simon W., sees 1-2, 120 a. Col. City, r t d 11. 
Hyre, Virgil & Emma, sec 2S, SO a, Col. City, r f d 12 
Hyre, David, sec 33, 5 a. Col. City, r f dl2. 



Jackson, John P., sec 30, 70 a, Col. City, r t d M. 
Jackson. Jesse, Columbia City, i f d 13. 
Jackson, Clarence, Columbia City, - f d 13. 
Jagger, Dorsey, sec 14, 159.25 a, Coj Ciy, r £ a ' 
Johnson, Isaiah, sec 5. 9S a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Johnson, Edw. S. & Elmira, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer) 
Johnson. Alba M., Col. City, r f d 13. 
Johnston. Xettie, sec 5, 6.0-1 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Johnston, Isaiah &Susan, sec 5, 2.90 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 
'o'^nston, John L.. sec 5, 31.70 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Johnston, Homer P., & Ethel, sec 5, 40.33 a. Col. City, 
jounston, homer P. & Esthel, sec 5, 40.33 a. Col. City, r 

f d 13. 
Johnston, Evalinda, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Johnston, Ethel, Columbia City, rfd 13. 
Jones, Charles H., sec 16, SO a. Col. City. 
Jones, Wm. E. & Sarrah, Col. City, r t d 11, (Summer). 
Judd, Isaac, sec 22, 64.97 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Judd, George, sec 20, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Judd, Christopher, sec 4, 110 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Judd. Minerva, sec 5, 6a, Col. City, rfd 13. 
Judd, Solomon, Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Judd, Clarence, Columbia City, rfd 12, 
Ji'dd, John E., Columbia City, rfd 13. 
Judd, William, Columbia City, rfd 11. 

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Kenner. Minnie L., et al. sec IS, 19.56 a. Col. City, rfd 13 

Keirn, Hannah C. sees 18-19-33, 85 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 

Keirn, Xathar & Tenie. sec 29, SO a, Col. City. 

Keirn, Mariaret E., see 20, 59. S9 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Keirn, Cora E., sec 20, 10 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 

Keiser, Beni. ., see 32, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Kessie, Frederick, sec 14, 2S a, Col. Citv. rfd 11. 

Kessie. Ray. Columbia City, rfd 11. 

Kessie. William H.. Columbia City, rfd 11. 

Kin;?, Reuben, sec 15, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

King, Volney & Bertha, see 1, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Kinney. Lucy, et al. Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

Kneller. Frank, sec 27, SO a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

Kneller. Lena, see 6, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Kneller, Herbert, Col. City, r f d 13. 

Knight, W^illiam H., sec 22, 80 a. Col. City, r t d 11. 

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Knight, Wm, H., et al, sees 21-22, 120 a. Col. City, rfd 
Knight, George W., Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Kuhn, Fred H., sec 30, 159.67 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 



Lower, Julia Ann, sec 13, 2-S a. Col. Citv. r f d 6. 
Lefever, Philip & Elizabeth, sec 3, 79.50 a. Col. City, rfd 

Lafever, Minard D., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Laird, George W., et al, sec 21, 80 a, Col. City, rfd 12. 

Laird, George W., sec 21, SO a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Lamon. Willis K., sec 1, 3 6 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Lamont, Herbert, Columbia City, r f d 1), (Summer). 

Lane, E. H., sec 12, .07 a. Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer) 

Lawrence. John F., sec 12, 71 a. Col. City. 

Leamon, Marcanirs, sees 3-12, 91 a, Col. City, rfd 12. 

Leamon, Elaenzo & Cora, sec 10, 1.50 a, Col. City, r f d 12 

Lee, George, sec 17, 200 a, CoL City, r f d 12. 

Loesch, G. H., sec 12, .21 a. Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). 

Logan, Hugo, sec 17, 200 a, Columbia City. 

Longsdorf. R. & M. Scott, sec 12, .07 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

(Summer). 
Loveland, Geo. & Iva, sec 30, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 



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ilagley, Benjamin F., sec 27, 79.50 a. Col. City, r f d 11 

JVIagley, Sarah, sec 21, 32 a, Col. City, r £ d 12. 

Magley, Frederick, dec, sec 12, 82 a. 

>:agley, Jacob & Elizabeth, sec 15, 10 a. Col. City, rfd 12 

Mauley, Mary S., sec 33. 40 a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

-Masrley, Benpamin H., Col. City, r f d 11. 

ilarkley, Spur^eon N., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

.Markwalder, Charles, Columbia City, rfd 12. 

Martin & Jones, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

McConnell, Wm. J., sees 1-12, 174.06 a. Col. C ity, rfd 11 

I\T'-Oonnell Geo. & Lilah, sec 6, 86.80 a. Col. City, rfd 13 

McKim. John B., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

McKinney, Edward A., sec 8, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

McKinnev, Edmond A., sec 6, 15 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

McKown, Charles E., see 31, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 

Meitzler. Frank, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

YCz. Edw. & Katharine, sec 30, 92.36 a. Col. City, rfd 13 

>Mller, Mary A., et al, sec 5, 80 a. Col. Ci*y, r f d 13. 

Miller, Walling, sec 31, 80 a. 

Miller, Henry W.. sec 24, 30 a, Columbia City. 

Miller, Henry Mell, see 11, .50 a. Col. City. 

>niler, Calvin L.. sec 11, .25 a. Col. City, r f d 11, (Sum) 

Miller, John F.. sec 11, .25 a. Col. City, r f d 11, (Sum) 

Miller, Edward W., Col. City, r f d 10. 

Miller, Charles H., Columbia City, r t d 10. 

Mohn, N. M., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

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Money, David, sec 28, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

.^oore, Alfred, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Morrolf. Mary A., sees 2-3, 5 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Morrolf, Daniel W., Col. City, r f d 12. 

Morrolf, J. B., Col. City, r t d 12. 

Mosher, Chas. & Lucetta, sec 10, 40 a, Col.' City, rfd 1 

Mosher, Floyd. Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Murphy. Helen J., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

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Neible. Mathias, sec 23, 80.10, Col. City, rfd 11. 

Neitle, \Mlliam, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Neuhaus, Francis C, sec 11, 8 a, Col. City, r f d 11. 

Neuhaus, Remhard. Col. City, rfd 11. 

Xichols. William. Col. City, rfd 14. 

Nickey, William S., sec 34, 156.02 a. Col. City. 

.\icodemus. Chas. W., sec 12, 07 a, Col. City, rfd 11, 

(Summer). 
Xicodemus, George M.. Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Noble, Alva C, Columbia City, r f d 11, (summer). 
Noble, Dewitt C. & Mary, sec 3 3, 3 a. Col. City. 
Nolt, Lvman L., sec 29, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 13. 



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Orcutt. Olin C. Columbia Citv, rfd 13. 

Orr, Barbara & Thos., sec 8. 2.5 a. Col. City, rfd 

Ott. Eli, sees 1-2, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Ott, Wm Denver, sec 1, 83 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Overholser, Carl, Columbia City, rfd 11. 



Paulus, Jacob, sec 2*2, 120 a, Col. City, r f d 11. 

Paulus, Joseph, Columbia City, rfd 11. 

Pence. Jacob E., sees 24-36, 320 a, Col. City, r t d 11. 

Pence, Ella & Charles, sec 2 6, SO a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Pence. Melvin C. sec 11, 44.50 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Pence, Charles. Columbia City, rfd 11. 

Pinchon, Lovina, sec 1(5, 80 a. Columbia City. 

Poinsett, Oliver E., Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). 

Pontzius, Ira W., sec 25, 62.60 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 

Pontzius, Charles E., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Pontzius, John L., Col. City, r f d 13. 

Pressler, Henry J., sec 3, 86.50 a. Col. City, r t d 12. 

Pressler, Bayard M., sec 15, 70 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Pressler, David C, sec 5, 16 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 

Pressler, Charles H., Col. City, r f d 12. 

Prickett, Jessie, sec 11, .66 a, Col. City, r f d 11, (Sum 

Pritchard, John W., sec 15. 19.69 a, Col. City, rfd 12. 

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Ramer, Anna, Columbia City, r 
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Rsmsej-, William, sees 2-n , 72 a. Arkansas. 

^amsey, Charles, sec 15, 79 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Ramsey, John, sees 15-22, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Pamsey, Milo & Otto, sec 14. 40 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 

Pamsey, Milo, sec 14, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

'"'a-sey Eura, Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Rarric'-, William S., Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Parrick, Merl, Columbia City, r f d 12. 

Ra-'pfer, Wm. E.. sees 27-31.. 240 a, Col. City. 

Peese. Fred. Columbia Citv, r f d 13 . 

''bo'"'es. Willis & Ida. see 25, 81.50 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 

P'-odes Mar: K., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

R'Chards, Lewis, dee., sec 32, l^S a. 

hichards, Edward, Columbia City. 

Richards, Newton, sec 12, .OS a. Col. City, rfd 11, (Sum) 

Pichards, Marvin, sec 12, .OS a. Col. City, rfd 11 (Sum) 

P-Wefs Georre. sec 32, 10 a, Col. City, r f d 12. 

Rilev, Charles W., sees 35-36, 120.36 a. Col. City, rfd 10 

pileTT. re"itt. Colurrhia Citv. r f d 10. 

Pintle, Geo. & Elvessa, see 19, 151.50 a. Col. City, rfd 13 

Ringle, Adam & Amos, sec 19. 70.61 a, Col. City, r f d 13 

Pnigle. Amos, see 19, 20 a. Col. City, rfd 13. 

Pittenhouse, Catherine, see 26, 4S a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

'^''tenhoi'se, William J., Col. City, r f d 11. 

Pooland, Daniel, Col"m^ia Citv, rfd 12. 

Pool?nd. Marion. Columbia Citv. r f d 3. 

Rollins, Tra. Columbia Citv, r f d 12. 

■Pnr,e'i<rol°. Is-Jac. sec 6, 10 a, Kiramell. 

i^o-'ch. Cornelius .?- Sarah, sees 20-29, 159.50 a, Col. City 

Poro'->, Siisin. see 3fi, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Rorse, Laura Tuttle, sec 19, SO a. Col. City. 



STlesTian, Henry & Lottie, sec 16, iJ) a, Col. City, rfd 11 
Salesman, Henry, Columbia City, rfd 11. 
Salesman. Amiel. Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Sai'ers, Lavina, sec 10, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 1 2. 
.'^"iiers. .^Idine, sec 21, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 1 2. 
Sauers, Simon, sec 14, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Schaper, Theodore, sec 31, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
.°cl^a"er, Arthur, Columbia City, rfd 13. 
Schinbeckler. A. E. & C. F. Emerick, Col. City, rfd 11, 

(Summer). 
Schramm, Louis J., sees 2-11, 49.37 a, C^i. Ci'v, r'd ii. 
=eb"man, M. L. & J. H., sec 31, 160 a, Col. City, rfd 14. 
Srhuman, .John & Martin, sec 13, 69 a. Col. City, rfd 14. 
Schi-mnn. Roy L., Col. City, r f d 11. 
Scott, Edward M.. sec 7, "9 a. Col. City, r f d 14. 
'='r'^tt. Nettie, Columbia City. 
Scott. Thomas, Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Secrist. Samuel H., sec 6, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Seorist. Edwin W., sec 6, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Sell, William J., sec 34, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 11. 



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Sell, Isaac, sec 10, SO a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Sell, Jesse F., sec 32, SO a, Col. City, r f d 12. 
Sell, Arthur, sec 16, 23 a, Constatine, Mich. 
Sell, Jesse & Emma, sec 33, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Sellers, Frank. Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Sheckler, Edward, sec 30, S9.90 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Sheckler, Charles, sec 30, 89.99 a. Col. City, rfd.13. 
Sheckler, Anna & Vernie, sec 29, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Sheckler, Vernie C, Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Sheeler, George W., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer) 
Sherwood, Jennie V., sec 34, 79 a, Col. City. 
Sherwood, Elmira cS: Nora Smith, sec 27, 30 a, Col. City. 
Sherwood, J. J.. Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Shilts. John H., sees 2S-33, 130 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Shilts, Joseph, et al, sec 33, SO a. Col. City, r t d 13. 
Shilts, Frank, jr., sec 33, 32 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Shilts, Frank, sec 33, IS a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Shilts. Leander, Columbia City, r t d 12. 
Shilts, Edward, Columbia City, r f d 13. 
Shively, William H., sees 1-12, 102.71 a, Col. City, rfd 11 
Shively, Noah, sec 13, SO a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Shivelv, Nettie V., sees 1-12, 73 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Shoultz. Perry, sec 6. 30 a. Col. City, r t d 13. 
Shriver. George E., sec 5, 40 a. Columbia City. 
Shultz. Edward M., Columbia City, rfd 11. 
Simmons, Vallona, sec 4, 70.79 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Siples, W. H., Columbia City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Sivits. Benj. F., sec 16, 24.99 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Sivits, Chas. & Emma, sec 16, 30.90 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Slessman, Thomas, sec 6, 57.01 a. Col. City. 
Sm'th, Lewis W.. sec 21, SO a. Col. City, r t d 12. 
Smith, Charles E., sec 15, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Smith, Alex & Susan, sec 22, 39. S9 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Smith. Robert, sec 10. 39 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Smith, Edwin. Columbia City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Smith, Samuel A., Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Smith, George, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Smith, Manuel, Columbia City, rfd 12. 
Smith. David. Columbia City, rfd 12. 
Smith, Ira, Columbia City, r f d 12. 
Snvder, Susanna, sec IS, 146.50 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Snvder, Jefferson, sec 33, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Snvder, John H., sec 18, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Snyder, Frederick L., sec 8, 25 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Spear, Robert D. & Daisy, sec 3, 10 6 a. Col. City. 
Stangland, James, Columbia City, rfd 14. 
Staples, Jesse E.. sec 23, 2S a. Col. City, r t d 11. 
Staples, Cassius. sec 23, 27 a, Columbia City. 
Staples. Logan, sec 12, 24.60 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Staples, Lillian, sec 23, 17 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Stayer, William, Columbia City, rfd 13. 
Stewart Frank E., Columbia City, r f d 12. 
Stites, Elmer E., sec 25, 140 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

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stump, Isaac & Charlotte, Sec 15, 40 a, Col. City, rfd 
Stump, Isaac, sec 15, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Summers, Joseph, sec 16, 79 a, Col. City, r f d 12. 
Surfus, Catherine E., sec 5, 63 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Surfus, Calphenus, sec 5, 9.47 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Sweeney; James A., sec 2, 1.50 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 



Tri-Lake Resort, Columbia City, r f d 11. 

Trautman, D. H., Columbia City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

Tuttle, Caldwell W., sec 19, 80 a. Col. City. 

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Ulerich, Antony U., sec 33, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Ulerich, Charles H., Columbia City, r f d 11 (Summer) 

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Vanderford, Amanda & S. W., sec 20, 10 a. Col. City, rfc" 

13. 
Vandersaul, Edward, Columbia City, r f d 13. 

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Wadington, Benj. C, Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Walb, Frank, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Walker, Levi, sees 28-29, 99 a, Col. City, r £ d 12. 
Walker, \Vm. T., sec 17, 33.75 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Walker, Wm. W. & Mary, sec 29, 30.95 a. Col. City, rfd 

12. 
Walker, Elmer E., Columbia City, rfd 12. 
Walker, Frank H., Col. City, r f d 10. 
Walker, Holland L., Columbia City, rtd 11, (Summer). 
Walker, J. B., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Wallace, George W., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Walter, D. A., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 
Ward, John, sees 15-16, 320 a. Col. City. 
Ward, Ben, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Warnick, Lewis, Columbia City, r f d 11. 
Waterfall, Fred, Col. City, rfd 11, (Summer). 
Waugh, Joseph, jr., sec 3 6, 160 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Waugh, Charles L., sec 26, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Waugh, Elizabeth, sec 15, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 12. 
Waugh, Bert B., sec 36, 79.50 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 
Waugh, James A., sec 16, 71 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Waugh, Joseph, sec 35, 21 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Waugh, Sarah, Columbia City, r f d 10 
Waugh, Ralph, Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Weatherhogg, Charles H.. sees 2-4, 3 a. Fort Wayne 
Weigold, ^Mathias, Columbia City, r f d 14 
Weller, C. W., Col. City, r f d 11, (Summer). 

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Western, Samuel S., sec 19, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Western, Clyde, Columbia City, r f d 13. ' 

Whiteleather, David V.. sec 17. 204.33 a, Col. City. 
Widdifield, Geo. B., sees 24-25, loS.oO a. Col. City. ' 
Widup, Parmenus F., sec 20, SO a, Col. City. 
Williams, Alice B., Col. City, r f d U, (Summer). 
Windle, Peter, sec 13, 130.82 a. Col. City, r f d 10. . 
Windle, .Mary & \Vm, sec 25, 23 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Windle, Wm. & Priscilla, sec 25, 2 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 
Windl?, .John, sec 13, 57.66 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Wolfe, Lewis F., sec 6. 30 a. Col. City, r f d 13. 
Wolfe, Daniel, Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Woods, Frank, Columbia City, r f d 10. 

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Young, Edward J., Col. City, r f d 11 (Summer). 
Yontz, Dillon, sec 28, 5 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Yontz, Nancy, et al, sec 33, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Vontz, 'Rachel A., sec 28, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 12. 
Vontz. Puth & Gale, Col. City, r f d 11 (Summer). 
Yontz, Benj. F. & Julia, sec 33, IS a, Col. City, r t d 13. 



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Ziim^rum, Jeremiah F., sec 9, 160 a. Col. City, rfd 
Zumbrum, Daniel, sec 21, SO a, Col. City, r f d 11. 



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The Goss Stock Farm 

BREEDER OF 

Big Type Poland China Hogs 

And Dealer in 

High-Class Dairy Cattle 

Farm in Thorncreek Township 4 1-2 miles 
north of Columbia City. R. F. D. No. 12. 

Chas. Goss, Proprietor 

Both Phones 
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LAKEWOOD RESORT 



AT TRI-LAKE 




ESTERLINE BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS 

Good Fishing, Boating and 

Bathing. 

Hotel and Cottages for 

Campers 

An Ideal Place for a Picnic or 
Family Reunion. 

We Operate Our Own Electric Light Plant. 

Everything Well Lighted. 

Store and (G 
Dance Pavillion 

On the Resort Grounds. 

Sunday Dinners 

IS OUR SPECIALTY. 

Try them and see if we make 
good. 

Write us for any information. 

Frank and Chester Esterline 

Columbia City, Ind., R. F. D. No. 11. 

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American and Foreign Granites of first- 
class quality are used by C. L. KESSLER 
in building his monumental work. 



Jefferson Township 



Al-e.-, JIarcus & Alma, sec 2::'., 40 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Ake.. Re..Ben T., sec 23, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Ake.-, Jacob F., sec 22, 3 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Ake;, 'Reuben F., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Aker, Lofty, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Armel. Milton, set 1, .2."i a. Ft. Wayne, r t d. 

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BTrnes. Henry L.. sees 25-36, 696.1;. a, Roanoke. 
Bauer, Sophia, sec 30, 127.50 a. Col. City, r t d 5. 
Bauer, Sylvester J., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
teck, Daniel, sec 36, 1 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
Bell, Grace B., sec 19, 1.25 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Bennett, John, sec 19, 3.90 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Bennett, Almina, sec 19, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Bennett. Simon, sec 19, 1 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Bennett, Clemen D., sec 19, .59 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Ri.ntz, Louisa, sec 19, 62 a, CoL City, r f d 5. 
Bentz, Samuel, sec 19, .50 a, CoL City, r f d 5. 
Berger & Gaylord. sec 19, .40 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Berger, Edivard & Bessie, sec 19, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 5.' 
Berr), J. W. &'j. Miller, sec 27, 26. 6S a. Col. City, rM'6. 
Berr\, Jas. \V., & Chloe, sec 27, SO a. Col. City, r f d 6." 
Berry, Enos A., sec 27, 53.32 a, Col. City, r f d 6. ••'"'■ 
Berry, Enos A. & Jerome E. C, sec 27. 53.33 a. Col. City 

r f d 6. 
Berry, ^■r.s. James F., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Berry, Malinda L., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Biggs. Lucinda & Clark, sec 19. .36 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Blee, James, sec 36, 62 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
Bonev. Edmond F., sec 30, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Boyd, Oliver P.. sec 4, 3S.40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Bozworth. George, sees 21-22, 2S0 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Bozworth. Mary J., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Braden, Jesse S.. sec 23, 159.25 a. Fort Wayne. 
Braden, John K., sec 15, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Bradon. Xancy A., sec 15, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Bradshaw. James C, sec 17, 3.05 a. Col. City, r t d 6. 
Brahm, John A., sec 6, .50 a. Col. City. 
Brahnv Frank C, Raber 'Merchant. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Breck. Emma E., sec 33, 58.61 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Bridge. Lewis, sec 22, 237 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

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Bridge, Arthur L., Col. City, r f d 5. 

Bridge, Llsie B., sec 19, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Brock, Samuel, sec 18, 70 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Brock, Jotin F., Col. City, r f d 5. 

Brock, Lester, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Bronson. -Vlary, sec 26, 59.10 a, Roanoke, rfd 4. 

BrovMi, Calvin H. & Maud, sees 2>5-29, 165 a, Roanoke, r 

i d 2. 
Broxon, Reuben & Ida, sec 25, 60.88 a, Roanoke, rfd 4. 
Broxon, Jolin & Amanda, sec 24, 67.13 a, Roanoke, rfd 4 
jjroxon, Homer, Roancke, r f d 4. 
Brunk, Sarah J., sec 19, 6 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Byall, Francis M., sees 10-11, 200 a, Col.Ci ty, r f d 7. 
Byall, Jas. & Jerusha, sec 10, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
•iyall, Leon V., sec 3, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
.'vail, Lawrence J., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Byall, Benjamin-H., Columbia City, r f d 7. 



Chamberlain, Rollo E., Col. City, r f d 5. 
Chapman, Pliny vV., sec 35, 40 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
Clark, David, sees 3-10, 120 a, Col. City, r t d 6. 
Clark, .Margaret S., sees 2-11, 120 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 
Clark, John & Catherine, sec 11, 79.99 a. Col. City, rfd '< 
Clark. Jos. C. & Sadie S., sec 11 , 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Clark, Lawrence S.. sec 2, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Clark, Joseph C, sec 11, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Clark, Cornelius, sec 3, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Clark, Harry, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Clark, George E., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Clark, Lewis F., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Clark, James S., Columbia City, r f d 7., 
Clark, Willard, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Clav, Edw. & Elizabeth, sec 12, 73 a. Col. City, rfd 7. 
Conner. lasac R., sec 11, 100.01 a, Col. City, rfd 7. 
Conner, Virgil, sec 14, 69.67 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Crnner, Harvey F., sec 23, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Conner, Francis H., sec 23, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Coolraan, Adam & Delia, sec 19, .40 a, Col. City, rfd 5. , 
roolman, Homer E., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Cooper, Rebecca J., sec 27, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Cooper, Maud, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Cormany, Mariah J., sec 31, 25 a, Col. City, rfd 5. 
Cormany, Cary L.. sec 32, 5 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Cormanr, Floyd, Roanoke, r t d 2. 
Co-^-.-an, Virgil V.. "Roanote, r f d 2. 
Cowan, Geo. L., & Litha. sec 28, 80 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 
Crowell, Merrit, sec 6, 157.71 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Crowell. Oliver J., sec 20. 141 a. Col. City, rfd 5. 
Crowell, James B., sees 8-9, 121 a. Col. City, r f d 6. . 
Crowell, Henry A., sec 8, 118.50 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Crowell, Edward W., sec 29, 80 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

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Cro. ell. Gertrude, sec 6, 77.71 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
CIO, .ell, Haivey A., sec 6, 74.33 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
CroNseil, Lewis G., sec 9, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
C.owell, Catharine, sec 9, 4 0.25 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Lrouell. Williaui H., sec S, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Crouell, Hannah E., sec 27, aO a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Crowell, James C. E., sec 27, 29 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Crowell, Oscar C, sec 6, 2.50 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Crowell Grain Co., of Raber, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Lrouell, John T., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Crowell, Lester O., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Crowcll, Raj, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Crowell, C. G., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Crovsell, Ebern, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Croxton, Jesse E., sec 16, SO a, Col. City, r f d 6. 



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Dappen, Frederick, sec 19, .42 a. Col. City, r i u ;.. 

Deems, W. J., sec 19, 1.94 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Denniii, Henry C, sec 25, 29 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

I3ine, William & wife, sec 12, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Dine, William, sec 12, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 

Dine, A. M., Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Dine, .Minnie, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Dinius, Samuel S., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Ditzenberger, \Vm. & Susan, sec 3, 3S a, CoL City, rfd 7. 

Ditzenberger, William, sec 3, 16.50 a, Col. City, rfd 7. 

Ditzenberger, Perry, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Druley. Savilla C, sec 32, 5 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Druley, Mina D., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Dunfee, Justice C, sec 8, 120 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Dunfee Lodge. No. 765, L O. O. F.. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Dunfee. Fred L.. Columbia City, r t d 7. 



Ebersole. Levi E., sec 31, 2.33 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Emerick. Chas. & Amargella, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Emerick. John H., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Eloph, David E., Nicholas J., Malinda Miller and Mary 

Deardorf. sec 1, 8S a. Ft. Wayne, rfd. 
Eloph, Joseph & Elizabeth, sec 1, 2.33 a. Ft. Wayne, rfd 

3. 
Eloph, Hftrry, Fort Wayne, r f d 3. © 

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Fairchild, Solomon, et al. sec 7, 80 a, Col. City, rfd 5. 

Fairchild. Addie M., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Fairchild, Daniel J., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Fairchild, John. Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Ferrell. Harley, sees 15-24, 127.87 a, Col. City, rfd 6. ' 

Perrell, Chas., sec 15, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

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Fen-tU, James L. S., sec 22, SO a, Col. City, rtd 6. 

1 enell, William E., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Ferrell, Myron JI., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

1 enell, Levi C. Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Ferrell. Samantha, Columbia City, r t d 6. 

Fisher, William F., sees 23-24, 264.01 a. Col. City, 

Flaugh, John F. & Clara, sec 13, S2.50 a,- Huntington. 

Flicl-inser, Conrad, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Foorman, Eli, sec 32, 160 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Forrest Lodge, No. 546, I. O. O. F., sec 19, 1.64 a. Col. 

City, r f d 5. 
Forst, George W., sec 26, 157.50 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
Freck, John C, sec 27, 53.34 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Freck, Eliza J., sec 27, 26.66 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Freek, William L. C, sec 2 7, 19 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Freck, Albert A.. Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Frieshoffer, Simon & Mary, sec 25, 123.93 a, Roanoke, i 

f d 4. 



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Gaerte, Andrew, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Gaff, Vincent, dec, sec 1, 151 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Gaff, Vincent & Louisa, sees 1-12, 7.12 a. Col. City, rfd 7. 

G3--'-^er, Jacob P., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Garn-.m, Chas. & Naomi, sees 17-lS, 58 a. Col. City, rfd 

5. 
Gaylord, Wm K. & Aurilla, see 19, .50 a, Col. City, rfd 5 



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Geist, Augusta, sec 19, .28 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
George, Zella. et al, sec 20, 8 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Gillam, Easton, sec 15, 78 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Gillam, S. M. & Parmilla, sec 22, 40 a, Col. City, rfd 6. 
Gillam, Solomon, sec 22, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Gillam, Easton & Eura, sec 15, 2 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Gillam, Lemuel D., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Gillespie, Ina, et al, sec 26, 200 a, Roanoke, rfd 4. 
Gillespie, Ina, sec 23, 40 a, Roanoke, r t d 4. 
Gillespie, Arthur M., sec 13, 80 a, Col. City, rfd 6. 
Gillespie, A. M. & Barbara, sec 13, 20 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Gillespie, .Morton A., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Gillespie, Jesse E., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Gipe. Samuel, sec 22, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Click, Emanuel & heirs, sec 14. SO a. Col. City, r t d 6. 
Glick, Howard C. sec 2 7, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Click, E. W. & Margaret, sec 23, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Glick, Emanuel W., sec 14, 32 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Goble, Chas W. & Ella, sec 30, 142 a. Columbia City. 
Gorman. William P., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
r-race, Henry &■ Martha, sec 19. SO a. Col. City, r t d 5. 
Grace, John & Ora S., sec 18, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Grace, Catherine M., sec 19, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Grace. Verlin R., Columbia Citv, r f d 5. 
Grace, Herry F.. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Grace, William F., ColumMa City, r f d 5. 
Grace, Sprah. Columbia City, r f d 3. 
Graves, William H., Columbia City, r f d 6. 



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Hann, Jos. E. & Maggie, sec 34, 165.37 a, Roanoke, rfd : 

Harlan, Russell B., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Harper, George H., Laud blacksmith. Col.. City, rfd u. 

Hart, John T.. sec 33, 25 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 

Hartley, James A., sec 2S, 40 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 

Hartley, Wendell T., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hartle\, Thomas A., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hartley, Alva, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Hasty, Thomas T. B., sees 9-16, 140 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Hasty, Elflness, sees 12-13, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Hasty, Anderson L., sees 16-21, 45 a. Col. City, r t d 6. 

Hasty, Anderson & wife, sec 21, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 

Hasty, William F., sec 9, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Hasty, Richmond, sec 25, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Hasty, Roy E., sec 13, 20 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Hasty, Denzil G., sec 14, 10 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 
Hasty, Melvin A., Col. City, r f d 6. 
Hatfield, George W., sec 13, 39.50 a. Fort Wayne. 

Havs, Mary J., sec 15, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Hays, John \V., sec 15, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Henney, Mathew, sec 30, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Henney, Ida J., sec 30, 1.50 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Herndon, Emaline. sec 31, 112.50 a. Col. City, rfd 5. 

Herndon. Hom.er. Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Hiler, Mary A., sec 2, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Hiler, Nancy C, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Mine, Martin, sees 34-35, 253.90 a, Roanoke, rfd 4. 

Hine, Catherine, et al. sec 35. 140 a, Roanoke, rfd 4. 

Hine, George, sec 34, SO a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hine, Lewis F., sec 35, 40 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Hine, Joseph, sec 3fi, 30. S5 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Hine, William S., "Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Hine, Gustive A., Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Hine, Sylvester, Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Hine, Isadore M.. Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Hine, John M., Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Hinen, Peter J., sec 25, 94.13 a. Roanoke, rfd 4. 

Hinen, Jacob S., sec 27, 40 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hively, Samuel E., sec 19, .50 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Hively, S. E. & Nancy, sec 19, .48 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Hollenbaugh, Chester J., sec 28, 200 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 

Hollenbaugh, Joseph, sec 28, 86 a. Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hollenbaugh, Clement E., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Hollenbaugh, Herbert H., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Hollenbaugh. William M., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

HoUoman. Peter & Laura, see 11, 20 a. Col. City, rtd 7. 

Hoover, Malinda. sec 33, 67.50 a. Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hoover, James M., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hoover, Melvin H., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hoover, George W.. Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Hosier, Roy, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

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Howenstine, W. S., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Howenstine, Charles H., Columbia City, r f d 
Hughes, Elmer F., sec 27. 5:!..'.0 a, Roanoke, i 
Hyser, James Arthur, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Hyser. Floyd E., Columbia City, r f d 5. 



Ihrig, Beujamin F., sec 10, 115.26 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Ihrigh, CUrence and Marie, sec 19, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 5, 
Ihrig, Jacob H., sec 19, 58 a, Col. City, r f d b. 
Ihrig, Martha, sec 19, 1.10 a. Col. City, r t d 5. 
Ihrig. Clarence W., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Ihrig, Herbert L., Columbia City. 



John, Charles E., sec 35, lOn a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
John. Eva A., sec 34. SO a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
Jo'in. Clara D.. sec 35, 40 a, "Roanoke, r f d 4. 
Johnson, Brayton B., sec 12, 50 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 



Kaufman, Jacob & Harriet, sec 18, 110 a, Col. City, rrd 5 
Kaufman, George & Ida, sec 11, SO a. Col. City, rfd?. 
Kaufman, Farl & Laura, sec IS, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Kaufman, Elbertus C, sec 19, .33 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Kelley, Joe & Elizabeth, sec 19, .25 a. Col. City, r f d5. 
Kelsey, Otto J., sec 26, 160 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
Kelsey, Amos & wife, sec 14, SO a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Kelsey, Jonathan, sees 25-28, 51.50 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 
Kelsey, Arthur & Tessie, sec 13, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Kelsey, Floyd B., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Kelsey. H. A., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Kent, John J., Prof., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Kimmel. Leroy L.. sees 21-30, 140 a, Col. City, r t,d 6. 
Kiser. Wesley, sees 2-3. 120 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Kiser, Wilson S., sec 10, SO a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Kiser, Charles E.. sec 16, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Kiser, Ora E., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Koch. Sarah, sec 29, SO a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Koch, Willard D.. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Kyler. Mary C. see 4. 79.16 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Kyler, Melvin D., Columbia City, r f d 7. 



Lafever. Clara M., sec 29, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Lafever, Wiley P., sec 20, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Lafever. Catharine. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Lafever. Harmon F.. Columbia City. 
Leach, Thomas, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Lewis, Flovd L., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Line, Abraham, Columbia City, r f d 5. 



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Livensparger, George, et al, sec 19, .40 a. Col. Ci:y. rfri ,, 

Logan, Christena J., sec 2, 39.17 a. 

I.ondt, George, sec 15, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Long, Phillip, sec 2S, 120 a. Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Lautzenhiser, John M., sees 2S-29, 89 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 

Lartzenhiser, Ellen, Roanoke, r f d 2. . 

Luther, Walter, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

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Maddox, William, sec 9, SO a, Col. City, r f d 6. 

Maddox, Ray. Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Mansdorfer. Henry, sec 12, 80 a. Fort Wavne, rfd. 

Maring. Richard H.. sec IS, 130 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Martens, Rebeca, sec 32, 40 a, Rcanoke, r f d 2. 

Martz. John, sec 19, .50 a, non resident. 

-Maus, Philip C, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

McCoy, F. Q., Columbia City, r f d 7. 

McLaughlin, James, sees 26-35, 101.25 a, Roanoke, rfd 4 

McLaughlin, John W., Roanoke, r f d 4. 

McLaughlin. James L., Roanoke, r f d 4. 

McNamara. Chas. M., sec 35, SO a, Roanoke, rfd 4. 

McWhirter, .Minnie & W. E., Columbia City, rtd 7. 

McWhirter. Vernon, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

:»'ereenthaler. Charles, Roanoke, r f d 4. 

>MIled?e, Jacob & Clara, sec 32. SO a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 

Milledge, Parminta, sec 19, .63 a. Col. Citv, r f d 5. 

>'i!llgan, Claude H., Columbia Citv, r f d 6. 

Miller, Franklin & Rosa, sec 3 2, 60 a, 'Roanoke, rfd 2. 

Miles, Fred, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Mowrey, Mark V., sec 7, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Mowrey, Artemus, sec 6, 152.11 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Mowrey, William I., sec 5. 100 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Murbach, Jacob, sec 17, 175 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 

Murbaek, Andrew, sees 8-17, 120 a. Col. Citv, r f d 6 

M'Tbach, John, see 8, 80 a, Col. Citv r f d "6. 

Murbach, Henry M.. see 8. 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Murbaeh, Maud, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

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Ness, Michael M., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Nichols, Samuel, sec 29, 80 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 
Nichols, Fanny, sec 31, SO a. Roanoke, r f d 2 
Nichols, W. P., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Nichols, James M., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Nichols, Dorsana, Roanoke, r t d 2. 
Nichols, Thomas W.. Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Nichols. Jesse C. Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Nierman, Henry H., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Nierman, Albert. Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Newberry, C. C, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
North, Marion M., sec 5, 207.80 a. Ft. Wayne. 

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, John jr., sec 12, ]00 a, Col. Citv, r f d 7. 
, Jacob H., sec 24, 122 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
, Av.gL.st L., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
dee:-, Jacob H., ssc 32, 10 a, Columbia City. 



Palmer, Chas. & Phoebe, sec 24, ]6.2r, a. Ft. W., r f d. 

Pa»f.iason, Talbert E., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Pence, Ruth, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Pence, D. X., Columbia City, r f d -5. 

Peters, Eldridge W., sec 24, 113.24 a. Ft. Wayne, rfd. 

Phebus, David, sec 33, 67.50 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Phelps, Octavius, dec, sec 25, 1 a. 

Pli'mmer, Jos. B., sec 21, SO a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Plummer, Henry L., sees 20-29, 60 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 

Plummer, Jos. B. & Amelia, sec 21, 50 a. Roanoke, rfd 2 

Prcssler, William A., sees 13-14. 45 a. Col. City, r f d 6 

Pressler, Charles E., sec 19, .25 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Piessler, Orta J., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Pressler, John, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Putman, Perry & Effie, sec 14, 95 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Putman, Joseph, Columbia City, r f d 6. 



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Raber, Jacob, sec 19, .50 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Raber, A. L., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

R.->,demacher, Edward, sees 21-28, 150 a, Col. City, rfd 6. 

Raichart, "Royal E., sec 31, 10 a, Huntington. 

Raichart, Pearl B., sec 31, SO a, Huntington. 

Rardin, Otto, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Rasoi', Delia, sec 2S, 20 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Rasov. A. J.. Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Redman. Daniel, sec 7, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

Redman, Sherman. Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Peide-.-, Jo?. H. & Elma, see 6, .75 a, Col. Citv. r f d 5. 

Richard, John, sec 19, .r^0 a, Col. Citv. r f d 5. 

Richard, Xeal J., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Robinette. Harmon & Martha, sec 14, 60 a, Col. City, r f 

d 6. 
Robinette, Frank, sec 16, SO a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Robinette, William F., sec 22, 19.50 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Robinette, Harvey M., sec 22, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Robinette, Clarence J., sec 22, 19.50 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
'Robinette, Phoebe, sec 30, .25 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Robinette, C. L., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Rodgers, John, sec 6, 75.69 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Podgers, Lucinda, sec 4, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Rodgers, Williams, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Rosenberger, Daniel, sec 31, 32.50 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

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Roth, O. K., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Kothermiel, C. & C, sec 19, .50 a. Col. City, rfd 3. 
Runisyre, Leroy E., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Rumsyrc, L. R., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Kiipert. Josiah, sec 33, 160 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Rupert, Jesse E., sec 31, 115 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Rupert, Ora, sec 33, SO a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
ivULert, Lester, 'Roanoke, r f d 2. 



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Schinbeckler, Grover & Myrtie, sec 18, 100 a. Col. City 

r 1' d 5. 
Echinbeckler, Sarah, sec 9, SO a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Schinbeckler, Franklin & Sarah, sec 9, 80 a. Col. City 

r L d 6. 
Schinbeckler, Frederick, sec 15, 78.25, Col. City, r f d 6 
Schinbeckler, Franklin, sec 9, 60 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Schinbeckler, Nettie, et al, sec 4, 50 a, Col. City, rfd 6. 
schinbeckler, John & Julia, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Schin'ceckler. Perry L., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Schinbeckler, August, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Sc;iinbsckler, Walter L., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Schinbeckler, Ervin, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Schneider, J. W. & Augusta, sec 17, 60 a. Col. City, rfd . 
Schneider, Walter S., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Schonarer, Frederick, sec 17, 120 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Schonauer, John A., sees 17-20. 139.31 a, Col. City, rfd i 
Schonauer, Sarah, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
'chcna'-er, Orten E.. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Schonefield, Henry F., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Fc'-rader, Henry, sec 8, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Pchrader, David, sees 7-17, 225 a. Col. City, rfd 5. 
Schrader, Merrit, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Sever, George R., sees 16-17, 151 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Sever, Ernest, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
sheets, Jacob W., sec 31, 99.40 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Sheets, Emanuel, sec 7, SO a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
S^e3ts, Evan I., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Shipley, George W., sec 19, .46 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Shipley, Carl, sec 13, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Shoda, John, sec 17, 56 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Shroyer, Jonathan, sec 32, 80 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Shroyer, James M., sec 33, 65.15 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 
Shroyer, Frank & Clara, sec 2, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Shroyer, Emma E., sec 33, 2.86 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Shroyer, John R., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Shroyer, Albert M., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Sh"royer, Charles. Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Shroyer, Arthur M., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Shroyer, James M., Columbia City, r t d 7. 
Simcoe, Sarah, sec 31, 10 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Simcoe, David S., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

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S. J. PEABODY LUMBER COMPANY 

COLUMBIA CITY, IND. 



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imcoe, Clifford, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

aons, Jacob J., sec 32, 119.75 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

ions, Mary E., sec 32, 39.75 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

ions, Charles H., sec 19, .60 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Simons, Jesse L., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Simonton, Frank, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Sine, Clarence &. Mary, sec 16, 40 a. 
Slater, Donley D., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Smith, Wm. S. & Manuella, sec 25, 160 a, Col. City, rfd 6 
Smith, James \V., sees 12-13, 160 a. Col. City, rfd 7. 
Smith, Jasper & Rosa, sees 13-14, 6S a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Smith, Joseph F., sec 34, SO a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Smith, Frank W., "Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Smith, Jasper & Rosa, sees 13-14, 6S a. Col. City, rfd. 
Smith, Peter & Fanny, sec 15, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
S-ith, Malinda, sec 27, 26.66 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Smith, Archie C see 19, 1.02 a. Col. City. 
Smith, Francis M., sec 19, .95 a. Col. City, r f d -5. 
Smith, Chester O., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Smith, Harry A., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Smith, Albert J., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Smith, Charles >t., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
S-^ith, Lemuel E., Columbia Citv, r f d 6. 
Smifh, Iven W., Columbia Citv. r f d 6. 
Smith, Oliver C. Columbia City, r f d 6. 
.=mith. Arthur. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
.°nv('er, Aueustus. sec 16, 160 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
PnvHer. Jose-^h. sers 5-7. 70 a. Col. City, r f d R. 
Snv-^Pr. Michael, sees .'-7, 43.53 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Snvrler. John, sec 7. ?9 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Snvder. Ellenora. Columbia Citv, r f d 6. 
■^nvrio-. CharloF R.. Colur>-bia Citv. r f d «. 
Soulier, Carl L. * Lura, ^ec 19, 100 a, Columbia Citv. 
"nnbnauer. John J., sec ?0, 80 a. Col. Citv. r f d 6. 
qUrl-loT- R. Fraplr. bpp 19. 1.?5 n. Cnl.'inhia Ci*v. ' 

Swaidner, ^'ary Xr Chas, sec 33. 35.39 a, Roanoke, rfd 2 
S^-aidner. Maluel. Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Swon. Eleanor & Eliza, sec 19, .57 a. Col. Citv. r f d 5. 
Swinehart. Marion & Ella, sec 29, 106.16 a. Col. City, rfc 

5. 
Swinehart, Dan & Laura, sec 12. SO a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Pw;„--.,art, Melvin. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Swing, C. H., Roanoke, r f d 4. 

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Taylor, Beil F. & Magdelena, sec 10, 140 a. Col. City, rfc". 

6. 
Tavlor, John M. & Katie, sec 10, 100 a, Columbia City. 
Taylor, James R. W.. sec 10, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Tavlor, B. H., Columbia City, t f d 7. 
Thomas. Cicero L., see 2, 170.52 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

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The Ind. Nat. Life Ins. Co., sec 33, SO a, Indianapolis. 

Thomas, Lphraim S., sec 27, 40 a, Roanoke, r t d 2. 

Thompson, Thos. J., sec 36, 143.34 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 

Thompson, Paul J., Roanoke, r f d 4. 

■ihrasher, S. \V. & Mary, sec 2S, 60 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Thrasher. Ponald K., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Trasler, j^_n F. & Mary, sec 14, 80 a, Cnl. Cli^ >• f d 7. 

Troxell, Johr H., sec 7, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 

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Llery, Ralph, Roanoke, r f d 4. 
L le.y, Jay B., Roanoke, r f d 4. 



Vincent, Sarah & Victor, sec IS, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 5. 
Vogley, John, sec 4, 76,95 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Vosley, John J., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

\Va?oner, Guy E., sec 25, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Waltei, Elias. sec 34, 40 a. Roanoke, r f d 2. 
\\ arrick, L. D., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Watson. Newton F., sec 1, 153 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Watson, N. F. & Charlotte, sec 1, 90 a. Col. City, rfd 7. 
Watson, Thomas D., sec 2, 75.12 a. Col. City, rfd 7. 
Watson, Lucy J. & Thos. D., sec 11, 40 a. Col. City, rfd '. 
\vatson, Jacob B., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Wheeie;-, Loretta .\I., sec 13, 157.65 a. Fort Wayne. 
Whipple, Warren E. & Laura Hopkins, sec 3-9, 214.73 a 

Columbia City, r f d 7. 
White, Oliver, sec 30, 40 a, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
i.uite, Chas. W. & Almeda, sees 18-30, 40.50 a. Col. Citj 

r f d 5. 
While, Drury V'., sec 19, .50 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
VvTiite, Riley A., sec 19, .40 a, Col. City, r f d 5. 
Wuile, Cody C, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
\vTiite, Edison A., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Williams, Samuel L., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Williamson, George, sec 20, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Williamson, Lydia, sec 29, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Williamson, C. E., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Williamson, Wallace C, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Williamson, A. H., Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Wmce, Milo G., sec 29, 53.34 a, "Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Wince, Alfred B., sec 32, 40 a, Roanoke, rfd 2. 
Wine, Charlotte M., sec 19, .25 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
V\"olfangle, Frederick, jr, sec 4, 104 a. Col. City, rfd fi. 
Wolfansle, Charles A., sec 3, 78.60 a. Col. City, r f d 6 
WoKanprle, Ira W.. sec 4, 39.57 a. Col. Citv, r f d 6. 
Wolfangle, Ira & Maggie, sec 4, 39.57 a, Col. City, rfd C 

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Wolfe, Hannah E.. sec 27, 32 a, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Wolfe, Atchison, Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Wraight, William T., Columbia -City, r f d 6. 
Wraight, Charles E., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Wyatt, Elzie, sees 9-20, 60.25 a, r f d 6. 



Yeoman, William B., sec 17, 130 a. Col. City, rfd ( 

Yeoman, Silas A., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Yohe, .Mary E., sec 5, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 

Yohe, William, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Yohe, Ralph D., Columbia City, r ( d 5, 

Yoquelet, Louis L., sec 35, 80 a, Roanoke, r f d 4. 



Zent, Manoa .'■ & Mary sec 20, 30 a. Col. Citv. r f d n. 

Zent, James J:., sec 34, ;5 a. Roanoke, " " a ' 

Zie^ler. Alex M., Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Zion, John P., Roanoke, r f d 2. 

Zitzman, George, sec 36, 4.50 a, Roanoke, rfd 4. 




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Ask C. L. KESSLER to call and show you 
photographs of a line of fine monuments. 
They excell all others. 



Union Township 



Aker, Lee, sec 9, 107.49 a, Columbia City. 
Alter, Charles F., Columbia City, r f d S. 
Allen, Maria, Coesse. 
Anders, Roy, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Armstrong. Robert, Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Auer, Henry L., sec 6, 143.03 a. Col. City, r f i 
Aultom, George, Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Aultom, Homer, Columbia City, r f d 8. 



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Bainbridge, Albert, sec 6, 74.75 a. Col. City, rfd 8. 

Bainbridge, Ella, sec 6, 20 a. Col. City, r f d S. 

Bainbridge, Roy W., Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Banta, Java V., sees 1-12, 220 a, Fort Wayne. 

Barnes, Zella Z., Coesse. 

Barnes, Joshua, Areola. 

Barnes, Charles, Areola. 

Bashop, Henry & Sarah, sec 26, 41.84 a, Col. City, rfd 8. 

Beeching, Ben.i. P., sees 10-11-1.5, 165.96 a. Col. City. 

Peechins, Chas. L. & Ida, sec 24, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 8. 

Beeching. Charles L., sec 25. 40 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Beechins, Homer L.. Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Beechinj:. Erice, Columbia City, r f d S. 

Peeson, Harmon H., dec., sec 7. 145.27 a. 

Bigbee, Sarah M., sec 3, 74 a, Col. City; r f d 9. 

Bigbee. John W., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Bovd. James, sec 30, 40 a, Col. City, r t d 5. 

Briggs, Frank, Chapin res, 160 a, Col. City, r f d 9. 

Briggs, Stephen O.. sec 3, 143.76 a, now of Iowa. 

Briggs, Jesse, sec 3, 123.39 a. Churubusco. 

Briggs, Silas Elmer, sec 2. 114 a, Col. City, r t d 9. 

Briggs, Charles, sec 4, 120 a, Columbia City. 

Briggs, Charles X., sees 7-18, 90 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Prietrs. Matfie. et al, sec 81. 80 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Prlegs. Charles A., sec 3. 65 a, Columbia City. 

Briges, Harrv F. & Mamie, sees 15-22, 55.60 a, Col. City 

r t d 8. 
Eroxon, Wm. C. & Anna, sec 18, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 8. 

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Broxon, Charles L., Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Brubaker, Everett, Columbia City, r 1 d 7. 
Burt, Asa, sec 26, 44.42 a, Col. City.-r f d 8. 
Burt, Silas A., sec 26, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
Burt, Carrie & Wm. A., sec 26, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 
Burwell, Charles, Columbia City, r f d 9. . 
Bush, Albert & wife, sec 33, 40 a, Columbia City. 
Bush, Albert, sec 33, T9 a, Columbia City. 
Butler. Thomas, sec 4, 200.75 a. Col, City, r f d S. 
Butler, Henry, sec 4, 200.75 a. Col. City, r t d S. 
Byall, Leon V., sec 34, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Byrun, Andrew J. & Susan, sfc 22, 3.85 a, Coesse. 



Carlin. Annie M., sec 14. 160 a. Col. City, r f Q 
Carter, Norman E., sec 7, 41 a, Columbia City. 
Cartwright. James & iiatilda, sec 18, 15 a. Ft. Wayne. 
Chamberlain, Mell. Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Christen, Joseph, Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Clark, Prank W., sec 26, 110 a. Col. City, r £ d 8. 
Clark, Charles \V., sec 6, 60 a, Col. City, r f d 9. 
Clark, Alva, sec 26, 10 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
Clark, George C, Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Clayton, Axie. sec 14, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
Clifford. Hanna C. sec 35, SO a. Col. City, r t d 7. 
Clifford, Robert, dec, sec 26, SO a. 
Clifford, James E.. Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Clifford, William E., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Cole, Frank, sec IS, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Conner, Chester, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Cormany, William A., Roanoke, r f d 2. 
Crawford. Jonas, dec, sec 19, 58.50 a. 
Crowell, Ocie, sec 29, 160 a. Col. Citv, r f d 6. 
Crowell, Ebern. sec 26, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Croxton, Daniel C, Coesse. 



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Daniel, Lee, Harry & Edw., sec22, 120.59 a. Col. City. 
Denner, Eda, sec 26, 22.80 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
DePew, Martha J., sees 31-35, SO a, Larwill. 
Depoy, Nicholas S., sec 2, 103.38 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 
Depoy, Frank, Columbia Citv, r f d 9. 
Dickerson. Emma J., sec 31, 40 a. Col. Citv, r f d 5. 
Dickerson, Joshua F., Columbia City, r f d 5.' 
Dinius, J. Shirley, sec 27, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Dinius, Charlie, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Dittmer, Adolph, sec 22, SO a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Douglas, Jacob W., sec 15, 99.57 a. Col. City, rfd 8. 
Douglas, Hattie O., Coesse. 
Downing, Harvey, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

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Eel River Grange, No. 21 69, sec 1 1, .25 a. Col. City, rfd . 

Egolf, Lawrence, Columbia City, r f d 9. 

EgoK, Vern, Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Eley, Frank V., Columbia City, r t d 7. 

Fllsnorth, Leo D., sec 24, 40 a. Areola. 

Emerick, John G., sees 3.5-36, 207.20 a. Col. Citv, rfd 7. 

Emerick, Charles F., sec 36, 192. SO a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Emerick. Lewis, sec 3.5, 160 a. Col. C-ty, r f d 7. 

Ennen, Andrew, sec 4, 17.97 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 



Fatka, Fred, sec 20, 132.62 a, LaPorte County. 

Fatka, Robert, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Fisher & Spear, Coesse. 

Fishe.', Lewis A., Coesse. 

FHiq. Lulu B.. Coesse. 

Flickinger, Samuel H., sec 17, SO a. Col. City, rfd 7. 

Foohey, Timothy, see 25, 40 a. Areola. 

i^'ores;. Robert, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Forrest. John. Coesse. ■;' 

Foster, Everett M., sec 15, 79.50 a. Col. City, r f d S. 

Foster, Polly, sec 25. 45.06 a. Areola. 

Foster. Charles H., sec 25, 40 a. Areola. 

Fox. Peter F., sec 36, 30 a. Areola. 

Fryhover, Hannah E., Coesse. - ..:,- 

Fryhover, John, Coesse. 

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bail. A. H. & Ginervia, sec 5, 17.97 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 

Gaff, J. Wilhert, Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Gandv, Oscar, sec 1, 68. SI a, Churubusco. 

Garrison, Barbara, sec 4-5, 17S.07 a. Col. City, r t d 9. 

Garrison, Benjamin, Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Garrison. J. F.. Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Gates, Benton E., sec 34, 200 a, Columbia City. 

Geddes, Ross J., sec 12, 40 a. Col. Ci'y. r f d 9. 

Gipe, Adam, sec 9, 65.50 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 

Gipe, Murle, Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Gongwer, Henry, sees 23-33, 102 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Gongwer, William H., sec 15, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Gongwer, Ollie M., sec 13, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 

Gongwer, Peter V., sec 24, 2 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Gongwer, Harry R., Columbia City, r t d 8. 

Grace, Alfred & Mary, sec 10, 106.90 a. Col. City, rfd 8. 

Gradeless, Hiram B., dec, sec 2, 478.36 a. 

Gradeless, Wells T.. Columbia Ctiy, r f d 10. 

Gradeless, Walter N., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Gradeless. Mile P., Columbia City, r f d-9. 

Graves, William, sec 2 6, 90 a. Col. City, r t d 7. 

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Graves, John L., sec 34, SO a. Col. City, r f d 6. 
Graves, Elijah, sees 26-35, 63.80 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 
Graves, James, jr., Coesse. 
Graves, Keller. W., Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Graves, Esker, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Graves, Karry E., Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Grayless, Oliver C, sec 24, 3S a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
Grimes, Joseph, Areola. 



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Haas, B. P., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

haleuLeck, John & Lida, see 26, 22.80 a, Col. City, r f d 8 

nammer, John A., sees 8-9, 319.50 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Hanna, James C, see 24, 77.77 a, Col. City, r f d 8 

Hanna, James S., Columbia City, r f d 8. 

hanna, Ira C, Coesse. 

Hanna, Robert, Coesse. 

Harris, Keys C. H., sec 17, 143 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Karper, Ellen J., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Harshbarger, Samuel L., sees 8-17, 135 a. Col. City, rfd S 

Harshbarger, Hiram C. & Lydia, sees 13-14, 120 a. Col. 

City, r t d 9. 
Harshbarger, Effie M., sec 14, 70 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 
Harshbarger, Andrew B., see 6, 66 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
Harshbarger, Milo, sec 6, 46.25 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 
Harshbarger, Simon, sees 22-24, 46 a, Coesse. 
Harshbarger, Henry, see 34, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Harshbarger, Ira B., sec 34, 40 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
harshbarger, Daniel E., sec 23, 26.70 a, Col. City, rfd 7. 
Harshbarger, Blanche, sec 6, 22.21 a, Col. City, rfd 9. 
harshbarger, Dora L., Coesse. 
H3-shbargei', Harvey J., Coesse. 
Har?':barger, Mary I., Columbia City, r f d 9. 
hartman, John E. & Lillian, sec 7, 4 a, Col. City, 
hartman, Irvin L., sec 8, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
Hartsock, Barbara, sec 18, 40 a. Col. City, r t d 8. 
Hasty, Fletcher & Alice, sec 30, 100.33 a. Col. Cit; 
hasty, Orlando H., Coesse. 
Herrick, Adelbert P., Columbia City, r t d 7. 
Hertsel, Missouri, see 7, 53 a. Col. City, rfd 8. 
Hertsel, Virgil, Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Hess, .^,ichael, sees 3-4, 218.42 a. Col. City, r f 
Hess, James H., Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Hickman, Edward P., et al, sec 2, 46 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
Hickman, Frank, sec 11, 10 a, Col. City, r f d 9. 
Hickman, Thomas, Coesse. 
Hickman, Charles V., Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Hickman, "Ralph P., Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Hickman. Alferetta. Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Hickman, Alfred, Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Miler. Helen, sec 25, 74.28 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
Hiler, JoSeph C, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

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hiveb, Clarence, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Hoben, Catherine, sees 23-24, 60 a, Col. City, r f d 

hoben. Stephen, sec 24, 14 a. Col. City, r f d U. 

Hoben , Mary, sec 24, 6 a, Col. City, r f d 9. 

Hosier, Aaron, Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Howell, Edward, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Hull, Benjamin F., dec, sec 24, 79 a. 

Hurd, Orland J., sec S, 40 a, Col. City, r t d 7. 



Johnson, John Webster, sec 1, 66.71 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
Johnson, John \V., sec 1-12, 62.92 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
Johnson, J. \V. & Ida B., sec 1, 24.24 a, Col. City, rfd 9. 
John.son, Brayton B., sees 26-27, 49 a. Col. Ci:y, rfd 7. 
Johnson, Charles W., Coesse. 
Juillerat, Eugene, Columbia City, r f d 7. 



Ks'.er. Alice, sec 33, so a. Columbia City. ' ■■■'-'-'■ 

Kann, Mary E., Coesse. 

Kaufman, Jonathan S., sec 28, 42 a. Col. City, rfd '. 

Kauiman, John \V., ColJmbia City, r f d 7. 

Keim, Solomon D., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Keniery. Charles, Areola. '. 

Kennerk. John, sec 13, 160 a. Fort Wayne. 

Kerch, John F., Columbia City, r f d .5. 

Kesler, Myron, Columbia City, r f d S. 

Kime, Franklin & Flora, sec 32, 120 a. Col. Citv, rfd 5. 

Kissell, Edward D., sees 22-23, 120 a. Col. City rfd S 

Kortright, Chas. 'M. & Pearl, sec 13, SO a. Columbia Citj 

Kortright, Elizabeth A., Columbia Citv, r f d 7. 

Kyler. Jesso & Kate, sec 19, 80 a. Col. Citv, r f d 6 

Fyl-r, Arthur F., sec 33. 40 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Kyler, Orton R., Columbia City, r f d fi. 

Kyle/. Millard .M., Columbia Citv, r t d 6. 



Lantr, Gideon T.. sec 24. 73.23 a, Areola. 
Lawrence. Levi A., dec 31, 137.25 a. 
Lawrence, John F., sec 29-32, 200 a. Columbia City. 
Lawrence, Henry H., sees 18-19, 106.28 a. Col. City, rfd 7 
Lawrence, John C, sees 21-34, 200.35 a. Col. City. 
Lawrence, lantha, sec 30, 59.60 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Lawrence, Clarinda L. C, sees 10-15, 215.32a. Col. Ci*y. 
Lawrence, William E., sec 19, 35.40 a. Col. City, r f d 7 
Lawrence, Eva Ann, sees 28-30-33, 660.91 a, Col. City, 

f d 6. 
Loe, Firmer, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Londt. John H., sec 23, 160 a. Col. Citv, r f d 6. 
Luekenbill, L. A., sec 29, SO a. Columbia City. 
Luckenbill. Schuyler, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Luther, John W., sec 32, 134 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 



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Maggart, Lawson M., sec3 3-4, 21.50 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 

-^ alone, Andrew, dec, sec 20, 50.75 a. 

-Malone, Mary Ann, sec 32, 3 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 

JIalone, Chester, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Mason, Frank, Coesse. 

Maxwell, Elizabeth A., Coesse. 

:v ayberry, Orlin J., Columbia City, r f d 7. 

McCl^in, George F., sec 7, 53.56 a. Col. City, rfd 8, 

McCoy, John S., sec 29, 5 a, Col. City, r f d 6. 

McCoy, Charles, blacksmith, Coesse. 

iieads, Frederick C, sec 25, SO a. Areola. 

.'•-eyer, Joe & Lee, sec 21. 80 a. Col. City. 

J-eyer, Emil, dec, sec 6-7, 6S.82 a. 

Wiles, Levi H., sec 9, 132.26 a, Col. City, r f d 8. 

.\.iles, Ishen & Fred, sec 9, 49.25 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Miles, Willard A., sec 7, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Miles, Fred, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

: lies. Ishen, Columbia City, r f d S. 

Miller, Alexander, sec 28, llS a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Miller, Charles E., sec 1, 80.21 a, Col. City, rfd 9. 

Miller, Thos. A. & Ella, sec 29, 75 a, Col. City, rfd 5. 

Mliler, Charles, sec 1, 8.84 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 

Moore, William C, sec 1-2, 240.55 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 

Moore, Florence A. & Park, sec 3, 103 a. Col. City. 

Moore, Irving G., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Moore. Robert L., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

:''orrolf, Verlin R., sec 30, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Morse, Lida Kollenbeck, sec 36, 40 a, Col. City, r t d 8 

Morse, Joseph E,. sec 22, 20 a, Coesse. 

Morrolt, Elizabeth, sec 30, SO a. Col. City, r t d 6. 

:\'ossman, Susan M., & Jessie Shelkett, sec 21, 160.50 a, 

>'ossman, William E., sec 27, 80 a. Fort Wayne. 

Mossman, Jas F. & Sarah, sees 16-21. 78.75 a, Coesse. 

>'ossraan,"Ardilla. sec 28, 64 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Mossman, James A., sec 15, 3 a, Coesse. 

■\'ossmar. fc Worden, Coesse. 

>'owrey, Sylvanus, sees 15-17-20-21, 306.03 a. Col. City. 

Afowrry, John M., sec 27, 240 a. Col. City. 

""urrav. John D., Columbia CJ'v, r f d 7. 

Mvers, Frank G., Columbia City r f d 8. 



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Naber, Orpha O., sec 33. 80 a. N'o. Manchester. 
Neidermyer, Frederick & Rhoda, sees 25-36, 159.62 

C, r t d 8. 
Xichols, Mary A., sec 21. 60 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Xichols, John J.. Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Xichols, Lester J.. Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Nichols, John P. Earl, Columbia City, r t d 7. 

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Oliver, Reuben & Elnora, sec 28, 80 a, Col. City, rli 6. ^.. 
Oliver. Marion D., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Omans, Jesse, sec 11, 134.59 a, Col. City, r f d 9. 
Oser, John, sec 35, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 7. . . 

Oser. Mazle &. Lewis W., sec 27, SO a., Ft; Wayne. •» ■•-*" 
Oser, Frank, Columbia City, r f d 7. 



Paige, Richard M., dec, sec IS, 140 a. ' 
Paige. John S. & .Mary I., sec 19, 72.57 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Paige, Almira A., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Paige. Philura A.. Columbia City, r f d 7. [ .^ 

Palmer, William. Columbia City, r f d 9. 
ParKer, John, Columbia City, r f d 7. ..;• 

Pence, Joseph, sec 11-12, 230 a. Col. City. 
Pence, Jacob E., sec 5, 94. OS a Col. City, r f d 10. , 
Pentz. John C, sec 32. 200 a, Columbia City. 
Perry, William, sec 7, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 8. 
Perry, Thomas, Columbia City, r f d 8. '. 

Pettigrew, Mary, sec 35, 40 a. Col. City, rt d 7. 
Pettigrew, Charles. Columbia City, r'f d 8. 
Pettigrew. Earl, Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Pettigrew, William G., Columbia City, r f d 7. 
Phillips. Wm. G.. sec 22, 39 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 
Pittenger. Wayne G.. sec 23. 80 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
Pittenger, John, sec 23, SO a. Col. City, r f d 8. 
■ Pittenger. Wayne. Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Pleuse, Herman, sec 36, 50 a, Col. City, r f d 8. 
Plummer, Caroline, sec 4, 8 a, Columbia City. 
Plummer, Jacob W.. Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Ponsler, Walter, sees 9-16, 480 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 
I'onsler & Smith, Columbia Ci.y, r f d 7. 
i ..,7k, August, sec 5, 89.47 a. Col. City, r t d 9. 
'Humphrey, G. 0. & Isabell, sec 10, 119.50 a. Col. City. 
IcTiphrey, Xewton C, sec 9. f'9.95 a, Col. City, rfd 8. . 

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Reimer, Fred, sec 24, 40 a. Col. Jity, r f d 9. 

Rhodes, Charles C, Columbia City, r f d 8. . .- 

Rittenauer, Milton, sees 23-26, 61 a. Col. City, rfd 8. • 

"Rittenauer, Homer, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Roach, John. Columbia City, r f d 7. ~- V 

Rouch, Sylvester, sec 17, 170 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 

Rouch, Philip, sees 5-8, 170 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 

Rouch. David, sec 8. 80 a. Col. City, r f d 8. , ^■•' 

Royer, Louisa & Bertha Harshbarger, Coesse. ■,'■..- 

Ruckman, Wm. E., et al, sec 10, 121.91 a. Col. City, rfd i 

Ruckman, William E., sec 10, 90.81 a. Col. City, r f d 8. • 

Ruckman, Ernest, Columbia City, r f d 8. ;, ' 

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Ruckman, Alzada, Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Ruckman, Floyd A., Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Rummel, Dester E., sees 20-21, 260 a, Arkansas, 
Rummel, J. E., Areola. 
Ryan, Dennis, Coesse. 




Sawyer, Daniel & Eliza, sec 10, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 8 

Seliinbeekler, Alfred E., Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Schmitt, Peter W., s=e 19, 299.44 a. Col. City, r f d 6 

Schoenauer, Robert T., sec 22, 35.86 a, Col. City, rfd 8 

Schoenauer, Roy T., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Sehrader, Chas. & Mary, sec 10, 80 a, Col. City, r f d 8 

Schrader, Harriet M., sec 2S, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 7 

.ictiradei, Da\id W., Columbia City, r f d 5. 

Schrader, Aleia, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Schrader, Verlin, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Schroeder, Andrew L., see 11, 20 a, Col. City, rfd 9 

Schroyer, Rosco, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Schultz, Adolph, sees 26-27, 60 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 

Seymour, Ellen V., Coesse. 

Stia\^, Stephen D., dec, sees 17-lS, 142 a. 

Shaw, Mrs. Stephen D., Columbia City, rfd". 

thaw, Thomas J., Colu.T.bia City, r f d 7. 

Shaw, Frederick H., sec 17, 95 a. Col. City, r t d 7. 

Sharp, George E.. sec 22, 40 a, Coesse. 

Sharp, Albert & Sarah, sec 14, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 9 

biieckler, George, dec, sec 19, 40 a. 

Shenline, Glenn & Melissa, sec 14, SO a, Col. City, rfd 8 

Shepard, Abram L., sec 24, 44 a. Col. Citv, r f d 8 

Shroyer, Lewis & Sarah, sees 21-2 2, 9 7.7*9 a, Coesse 

rme, Thomas W., sec 21, .10 a, Coesse. 

Sisson, George K., sec 6, 90.62 a. Col. City, r f d S 

Slater, David W., Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Smith, John M., sec 12, 171.50 a, Col. City, r f d 9 

Smith, Henry, sec 33, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 6. 

Smith, Joseph W., Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Smith, Grant L.. Columbia Kity. r f d 6. 

Smith, Robert, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

Smith, Paul W., TolL-.-'.a City, r f d 7. 

Snyder, Moses, est 25. "i-i a, Col. City, r f d S. 

Snyder, ^Vlichnel. sec 32, 22.99 a, Col City, r f d 6. 

Snyder, Mary J., ^ec .'5. 24.90 a, Col. City, r f d 7 

Snyder, Sarah, ColumOiU City, r f d 8. 

Snyder, Nelson, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Soellinger, Joseph K., Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Solt, Henry H. & Matilda, sec 30, 19,17 a, Col. City, rfd 

Spaw, Darius & Josephine, see 14, 4 a, Ft. Wayne 

Spear, Oliver H. & wife, sec 4, 159.25 a, Col. City 

Spurrier, William L., Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Spurrier, Joe C, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Steel, Samuel & Clara, see 4, 8 6 a. Col. City, r f d 10 3' 

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steel Z. P. & Sarah, sees 10-15, 32.50 a, Col. City, rfd 8. 

Steel, Isabell E., sees 10-15, 17 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Steel, Zebulon P., Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Steel, riarry A., Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Steiner, ^-'ohn, Coesse. 

Stoner, Je^se E., sec 21, 4 a, Coesse. 



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Taylor, Burtney, sec 29, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Taylor, >'attie V., sec 28, 16 a. Col. City, r f d 7. 

Taylor, Ella, Coesse. 

Taylor, Everett, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Taylor. Drusilla A., Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Taylor, Sarah, Coesse. 

The Indiana Loan & Trust Co., sec 17, .75 a, Col. City. 

Thompson & Clayton, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Thompson, Scott, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Traster, Web, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Treister, Jacob W., sec 35, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 7. 

Trimmer, D. C, Columbia City, r t d 6. 

Tri>fflan, Icy D., sees 25-26, 126.31 a. Col. City, rfd 8. 

Truman, Nelson, sec 23, .50 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Truman, Everett, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Tucker, Jamer. A., sec 15, 40 a, Coesse. 

Tucker, Charles, Coesse. 

Tucker, Jesse. Coesse. 

Tulley, Roy V., Columbia City, r f d 10. 



Vair, Edgar F., sec 36, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 8. 

Van Houten, Wellington, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Van Houten, Homer, Coesse. 

Van Meeter, Fannie, et al, sec 1, 121.62 a, Col. City, rfd 

Van Swearingen, John, sec 8, 40 a, Fort Wayne. 
Van Tilberry, Nettie, sec 21, 12.35 a, Coesse. 
Van Tillberry, Frank, Ry Agent, Coesse. 
Van W'ey, Rachel, sec 20, 8 a, Col. City, rfd 6. 
Van Wey, Stephen W., Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Van Wey, James, Columbia City, r f d 6. 

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Walker, James L., sees 5-6, 103.75 a. Col. City, rfd 9 
Walker, Richard, sec 31, 175.69 a. Col. City, rfd 5 
Walker, WJUis H., sec 6, 36.69 a, Col. City, r f d 9 
Walker, Timothy, sec 6. 34 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
Walker, Robert, Columbia City, r f d 5. 
Walker, Charles A., Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Walker, Fred M.. Columbia City, r f d 8. 
Walker, Allen T., Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Walker, Hayes, Columbia City, r t d 9. 

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Walter, Lewis & Ida, sec 14, 110 a, Col. City, rfd 9 

VVarnick, Marshall, Columbia City, r f d 8. 

Waugh, John W., sec 13, 61 a. Areola. 

Waugh, Hannah, et al, sec 13, 19 a. Areola. 

^ augh, J. L., Areola. 

Weber, Leonard & Edw., sees 11-12, 248 a. Col. City, rfd 



Weber, Clara, Columbia City, r f d 9. 

Welch, Oral, Columbia City, r f d 7. 

Welsheimer, Berney L., sec 21, .25 a, Coesse. 

Welsheimer, Mary, Coesse. 

Widman, John M., sees 5-6-7, 191.91 a, Col. City, rfd 8 

Wigent, Chauncey & Amanda, sees 11-14, 150 a, C C , 

r f d 9. 
Wigent, Lawrence A., sec 11, 73.75 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
Wigent, S. C. & L. A., sees 11-12. 41 a. Col. City, r£d 9 
Wigent, B. F., Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Wilhelm, Frank, sec 36, 130 a. Fort Wayne, rfd 
Wilhelm, Geo. & Mary, sec 36, 30 a. Ft. Wayne rfd 
Wilson, Wm. C, Columbia City, r t d 7. 
Winters, George, sec 22, 40.43 a, Coesse. 
\v Inters, Nancy, Coesse. / 

Winters, Simon, sec 22, 85.21 a, Coesse. 
Winters, Delphos, Coesse. 
Winters, Catherine, Coesse. 

Wolfangle, Ira & Maggie, sec 33, 80 a. Col. City, ifd 6 ■ 
Wood, George, sec 12, 88.25 a. Col. City, r f d 9. ^ 

Worden, W. H. & Mossman, J. A., sees 9-16, 281 47 a ; 

Coesse. 
Worden, Valorous, Coesse. 

Wright, Edward E., sec 8, 113 a. Col. City, rfd 8 
Wyatt, Frank V. & Bertha, sec 6, 11.28 a. Col. Citj, rfd L 



Yagel, W. I., sec 31, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Yeagle, Adam J., sec 31, 100 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Yeagle, Lewis K., sec 27, 111 a. Col. City, rfd 
Yohe, Michael, sec 29, 200 a. Col. City, rfd 6. 
Yohe, William, sec 31, 60 a. Col. City, r f d 5. 
Yohe, Byron, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
Yohe, Hannah, Columbia City, r f d 6. 
York, George L., sec 25, 36.70 a. Ft. Wayne. 



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You need not be afraid of material used by 
C. L. KESSLER in monumental work, as 
same is guaranteed. 



Smith Township ' 

Ackley, Theodore, sec 13, 8.60 a, Churubusco, rfd 4. 
Addlcc, Jamec. Churubusco. r t d 2. 
AUman. WilHair. K., sec 4, 80 a. Churubusco. 
Anderson, Louisa J., sees 8-9, 191 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 
Anderson, Charles M., Churubusco, r f d 2. - .. 

^nu^rs^on. William H.. Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Andeison, Clarence E.. Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Auburn, Margaret A., sec 6, 62.52 a, Churubusco. rfd.]. 
Auburn. Tobias, Churubusco, r f d 1. ■ /•: 



Eli,-. Charles W.. sec 1, 10 a, Churubusco. rfd 1. ' • \: 
'Barci's. Isaac S- Sarah, sec 10, 63 a, Churubusco. -■; 
Pauhlit, John H., & Estella. sec 24, 52.30 a. Churubusco 
Bauman.'Paul I., sees 2-3-10-11-14, 629.05 a, Chnruhus 

CO. r f d 1. 
Beai', John H.. Churubusco. 
Bear, Charley M., Churubusco, r t d 1. 
Beavers. Nathan W., sec 13, 60.85 a. Churubusco. ; . 
Benhower, Albert B., Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Bennett, George E., Col. City, r f d 10. , ' : 

BoTgs, Lawrence A., sees 1-2, 98.04 a, Churubusco, 'rfd 1 
Boggs, Harvey, Churubusco, r t d 1. ' '. 

Boggs, Forrest C, Churubusco, r f d 1. ' , 

Bonar, Richmond D., sec 11, 3.25 a, Churubusco. • 
Briggs, Charles & Mary, sees 29-32, 6S.50 a, Col. City. • 
Briggs, R. Earl, Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Brown, Wm. & Mary J., sec 5, 25 a, Churubusco rfd 1 
Brown. Valorous, dec, sec 13, 4.50 a. 
Brunton, Harrison, Churubusco, r f d 3. 
Burbage, Olive M., Churubusco, r f d 3. 
Burwell, Walter K., sec 13, .25 a, Churubusco 



Caldwell, Frank B., sec 28, 160 a, Churubusco^ rfd 3 
Carrlger, Michael M., sec 24, 142.40 a, Col. Cit> 






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Carriger, Jas. & Clarence, sec 23, 120 a, Busco, rfd 4 

Carriger, I. O., Churubusco, r f d 4. 

Carriger, Clarence S., Churubusco, r f d 4. 

Carter, Otis, sec 9, 160 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Carter, Arthur P., sec 29, 40 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 

Carter, Harry H., sec 2S, 20 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Chapman, Grant, sec 14, 100 a, Churubusco,' rfd 3. 

Christeon, George H., Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Christlieb, Eli F., sec 7, 46 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Christlieb, Willard, Columbia City, rfd 11. 

Claxton, Richard B., sec 27, 80 a, Columbia City. 

Claxton, John \V., sec 13, 25.01 a, Churubusco. 

Claxton, John B., jr., Churubusco. 

Claxton, Martha E., Churubusco, r f d 1. 

Claxton, Edward, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Cleland. William Owen, Areola. 

Clouse, Nancy A. & Cora N. Cadieux, sec 28, 7.85 a Col 

City, r f d 10. 
Corbin, Jesse, sec 19, 25.39 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 
Coulter, Evan, dec, sec 6, 135 a. 
Coulter, James G., sec 7, 99.75 a, Col. City, r f d 11 
Coulter, Francis M., sec 6, SO a, Churubusco, r f d 2 
Coulter, Arminda, sec 4, 6S a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
Coulter, Miriam, sec '6, 62.52 a, Col. City, r f d 11. 
Coulter, Ceral, sec 7, 50 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 
Coulter, Sabie, Churubusco r f d 1. 
Coi'lter, William A., Columbia City, rfd 11. 
Coverstone Wm. & Priscilla, sec 24, 41 a, 'Churubusco i 

t d 3. 
Crabill, Cassius M., sec 20, 80 a. Col. City, r t d 10. 
Crabill. J'artln D.. sees 27-28-29, 120 a. Col. City, rfd 10 
Crabill, William E., sec 22, 72.41 a, Churubusco, r f d 2 
Crabill, William M., sec 29, 40 a, Churubusco, r f d 3 
Crabill, James, sec 34, 20 a, Churubusco, r f d 3. 
Crabill, Catharine, Churubusco. 
Crabill, Albert A., Columbia City, r t d 10. 
Craig, Charles S., sees 23-26, 100 a, Churubusco. 
Cramer, Richard, dec. & Mary, sec 27, 40 a, Churubuscc 

r t d 3. 
Criswell, William H., sec 13, 2 a, Churubusco. 
Crone, James M., sees 29-30, 73.16 a. Col. City, rfd 10 
Crone, Priscilla, sec 30, 75.82 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Cunningham, Washington A., sec 4, 80 a, Churubusco i 

t d 1. 
Cunningham. Z. T., Churubusco, " : d 1. 




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Daniel, Daniel, dec, sec 31, 81 a, 
Darr, Oliver S., sec 5, 53.21 a, Churubusco, r { d 1. 
Darrbaugh, Andrew M., sec 4, .66 a, Churubusco, rfd 1 
Davis, Arthur & Maud, sec 22, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 2 

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n\>l3, Giltert E., Churubusco, r f d 2. 
D-.vis, R. A., Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Leem, William L., sec 21, 160 a, Churutusco, rfd 2. ; . 
De.m, Heber M., sec 14, 80 a, Churubusco. rfd 2. 
De?E! John M., sec 21, 71.33 a. Churubusco, r f d 3. ■, 
Demoney, Albert A., sec 18, 146.26 a. Col: Cltr, rfd 10. 
Lemoney, Elmer W., sec 20-29, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
re oney, Elizabeth, sec 17. 52 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
Diffendarfer, James & Nettie, sec 24, 72 a, Churubusco 
r f d 3. 



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Eamick, Cl.^mant, sec 13, 2.14 a, Churub::sco. 

Egolf, Fran>lin & Lizzie, sec 35, 143 a, C .urubusco, r - 

d 3. 
F??l,'. FranVlin S., sec 35. 50 a, Churubusco, rfd_3. , 
Egolf, Louella Maud, sec 18, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
r o:', Alonzo. sec 18, 25 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
E'^olf, Jeremiah & Sirah, sec 7, 80 a. Col. City, r f dll. 
Egolf, Theodore, Columbia City, r t d 10. 
E?olf. Clarence. Churubusco, r f d 2. ■, 

"~(-K ■Ro=s E Churubusco. r f d 2. 
Emerick, Svlvester, sees 14.23, 115.12 a, Churubusco, j-fc 

2. 
Evans, Elmer H., Churubusco, r t d 2. 



T's^ev, Thomas, sec 13. .67 a. Churubusco. 

r'lpr'- .To^r. sec 5. 140 '. Churubusco. r f d 2 

FlecV% William, sec 8. 40 a. C>iu'-ubu?co. r t d 2 

FlecV-, Cyrus H., sec 5, 4 a, Collamer, Ind. 

ripcv, Cvr"s H. & Elm^r, sec 5. 70.33 a, Collimcr Ind 

Fleck, Carlur L., Churubusco, r f d 1. 

Foeel, Orin. sec 13, 3.33 a, Churubusco, rfd 4 

Friskney, F. R.. Churubusco. 

Fulk, Sarah & Daniel, sec 1, 80 a. Churubusco rfd 2 

Fulk, Daniel R., sec 13, 8 a, Churubusco, r f d 2 _^ 

Fulk, Milton, sec 13, 4 a, Churubusco, rfd 3 

Fulk, Anna A., sec 13, 2.60 a, Churubusco. r f d 3 

Fulk, Jacob P., Churubusco, r f d 1. 

Fulk, George E., Churubusco r f d 1. 

Fulk, John W., Churubusco. 

J'ullman, Patrick, sec 2, 110 a, Churubusco. 



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Gaff. Winfiel ' S., sec 4, 127.58-a, Churubusco rfd 1 
Oaf;, A. H. & Ginervia, sec 31, 34 a. Col. City rfd 9 
GaS, Mearl & Erma, sec 28, .50 a, Col. City, r f d 10 



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Gaff, Henry, Churubusco. 

Gaff, Jesse S., Churubusco. 

Gaff, Harry H., Churubuscb. 

Gaff, Thomas C, Chiirlibusco. 

Gaff, H. S., Churubusco, r f d 4. 

Gaff, Charles W., Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Gandy, Oscar, sees 10-23-26, 100.25 a, Churubusco 

Gandy, Otho W., sees 22-26, 100 a Churubusco. 

Gandy, Elmer E., sec 13, 20 a, Churubusco. 

Gandy, Otis J., Churubusco. 

Garrison, Romanzo, sees 9-10, 79.55 a, Churubusco 

Garrison, Norman J., sec 12, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 2 

Garrison, Zacharlah, sec 32, 30 a. Col. City, r f d 10 

Garrison, Mary & "RomanzO, sec 10, 25 a, Churubusco 

Gebert, August, sec 33, 82 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Geiger, Emanuel, sec 2-3, 218.73 a, Churubusco. 

Geiger, Benjamin F., sec 28, 27.51 a. Col. City, rfd 10 

Geiger, Mariah, et al, sec 5, 20 a, Churubusco, rfd 1 

Geiger, Mariah J., sec 13, 1.75 a, Churubusco, r f d 1 

Geiger, Carl, Churubusco, r f d 1. 

Geiger, Mary A., sec 28, 1 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Geiger, Lewis E., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Geiger, Jacob, Columbia City, rfd 10. 

Gieseking, Caroline, sec 13, 7.33 a, Churubusco. 

Gieseking, John, Churubusco. 

Gilbert, John E., sec 1, 82.41 a, Churubusco, rfd 2 

Gilbert, Howard'p'., Churubusco, r t d 2. 

Gilbert, Charles, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Tfinn, Mary M., sec 28, .20 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

,..iCk, Monroe & Mary, sec 35, 138.50 a, Churubus( o rf 

3. . 
vj.irk. Homer; Churubusco, rfd 3. 
("off, William H., Churubusco. 

Goodman, Arthur M., sec 28, 33 a. Col. City, r t d 10 
Goodyear, E. P. & Mary J,, sec 30, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 10 
Gordon, Sanford, sec 20, 70.25 a. Col. City, r f d 10 
Gordon. Sanford & Alice, sec 16, 77 a. Col. City, rfd 10 
Gordon, Perry A., sec 21, 20 a, Churubusco, rfd 4 
Gordon, David & Iva, sec 11, 11 a, Churubusco, rfd 1 
Gordon, John, sec 13, .85 a, Churubusco, r f d 4. 
Gordon, Charles H., Churubusco. 
Gordon, Edward C, Churubusco, r f d 1. 
Gordon, Abraham, Churubusco, r f d 1. 
Grabill, Sarah & Lucinda, sec 18, 30 a. Col. City, ifd 10 
Gradeless, Wells T., sec 33, 48 a. Col. City, r f d 10 
Gradeless, Wm. H., sec 18, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 10 
Gradeless, Cecil, sec 29, 36 a. Col. City, r t d 10. 
Grisamer, John H., sees 13-14-23-24, 202 a, Churubusc ^^^. 

r f d 4. :^S 

Gross, Morris V., sees 8-9, 176.46 a, Churubusco, rfd 2 
Gross Sarah F., sec 9, 80.45 a, Churubusco. rfd 2 
Gruesbeek, Clyde & Belle, sec 31, 123 a. Col. City, ifd 

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Hall. Anthony, Churubusco. 

ilarris, F. Grant, sec 26, 200.37 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. ■ 

Uarrof, Francis, sec 1, 10 a, Churubusco. 

Harrol', Isaac, Churubusco. 

Harrold, William, sec 12, 90 a, Churubusco. 

Harrold. Orpha, sec 12, 90 a, Churubusco. 

I:arrold, Frank .M., sec 15, 81 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Harrod, Gideon, sec 19, 73.10 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Harrold, Ira, sec 19, 12.75 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 

Harrold, Lulu B., sec 15, 9 a, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Harrold, Carl C, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Hnrte:-, Daisy, sec 24, 160 a, Churubusco. 

Harte-.', Arlando & Olive, sec 33, 40 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 

Harter, Joseph F., Churubusco, r f d 1. 

Hartley, Arthur & Mary, sec 26, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 3 

Hav.i:ins, Wm. C. & Mable, sees 15 &22, 173 a, Churu- 
busco, r f d 2. 

Hazen, Kama, sec 17, 24.16 a, Col. City, rfd 11. 

Kazen. Austin, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

He;i£-es, Hiram, sees 17-lS, 71 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Hedges, Hiram & Ella, sec 18, 65 a. Col City, r f d 10. 

Hedges, John & Nettie, sec 30, 44 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 

He-Ices, Nettie J., sec 30, 35.50 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Hed.ses. John, sec 30, .55 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 

Helmlck, Eliza J., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Hendrickson, G. A. & Catherine, sec 28, 39.50 a. Col. Cit> 
r I d 10. 

Hendrickson, Elmer C. & Lulu, sec 28, 15 a, Churubus- 
co. r f d 3. 

I-'ondrickson, George A., sec 27, .50 a, Churubusco, rfd 3 

Hendrickson, Fred G., Churubusco, r f d 3. 

H'ndrickson, Arthur F., Churubusco, r f d 3 . 

Herriman, Arthur, sec 33, 192 a. Col. City, r f d 9. 

Herron, Bertha, sec 30, 37.91 a, Col. City, rfd 10., 

Herron, Anderson & Almeda, sec 4, 29.26 a, Churubusct 
r f d 2. 

Kerron, Gu>, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Hildefcrandt, Henry, sees 35-36, 100 a, Areola. 

Hire, Lyman, Churubusco. 

Hively, Russell, sec 7, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 11. 

Hushes, Jennie, sec 21, 60 a. Churubusco, rfd 3. 

Hull. Joseph B., Columbia City, rfd 10. 

Hutton, Lois, sees 22-23, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 

Hutton. Roy F., Churubusco. r f d 3. 

Hutton, John B., Churubusco, r f d 3. 

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Isay, Leopold, sec 13, .50 a, Churubusco. 



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Jackson, Martin & Priscella, sec 13, 6.9 2 a, Churubusco. 
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Jackson, Ada May, sees 16-21, 167.70 
d 4. 

Jrgger, Grover & Estella, sec 8, 80 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Jaager, Charles L., sec 21, 40 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 

Jagger, Albert W., sec 33, 80 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Jeffries, Nathan, sec 27, 120 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 

Jeffries, Albert & W. W., sees 22-23-26, 433.65 a, Churu- 
busco. 

Jeffries, Mary, et al, sees 23-26, 386.40 a, Churubusco, r 
t d 3. 

Jeffries, Henry, sees 1.5-18, 289.62 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Jeffries, Sarah A., Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Jeffries. Charles N., Churubusco, r t d 3. 

Johnson, Hanna M., sec 25, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 

Johnson, William F., sec 25, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 

Johnson. Homer W., sec 14, 18.50 a, Churubusco. 

Jones, James H., sees 20-29, 94.50 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 

Jones, Georee W., sec 27, 40 a, Churub"sco, r f d 3. 

Jones, Albert, sec 13, 31.41 a, Churubusco. 

Jones, Lewis W., sec 2S. .65 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Jones, Frank H., Churubusco, r f d 3. 



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King, James B., sec 22, 79.65 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Kilworth, John, sec 14. SO a, Churubusco. 

Kilworth, Newton, Churubusco, r f d 3. 

Kingdom, Josephine, sees 1-2, 241 a, Churubusco. 

Kingdom, Earnest, dec, sees 1-2 140 a. 

Kocher, Martin, sees 12-13, 80 a, Churubusco. 

Kridev, William, sr., dec. sec 27, 240 a. 

Krider, William D., sees 22-33-34, 240 a, Churubusco, r 

f d 3. 
Krider, George, sec 15, 111 a. Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Krider, Homer &: Blanche, sec 22, 91.25 a, Churubusco, 

r f d 3. 
Krider. Irvin? J., sees 32-33, 90 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Krider, Irving & Catherine, sec 32, 52.64 a. Col. City, rfd 

10. 
Krider. Tobias & Lydia, sec 34, 80 a. Churubusro, rfd 3. 
Krider, Charles M., see 22, 80 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 
Krider, Eliza, Churubusco. 
Krider, Ralph D., Churubusco, r f d 3. 



Leech, Wm. & Ella, sec 17, 62 a. Col. Citv, rfd 
Leech, James F., Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Lewis, John & Alice, see 19, 61 a. Col. City, r 
Lewis, Alice & John, see 20," 49.50 a. Col. City, 
Linvill, Cleveland H.. sees 7-18, 84 a, Col. City', 
Locke, Albertus. sec 13, .50 a, Churubusco. 
Locke, E. J., Churubusco. 

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1 i>ns. Charles H., sec 23, 160 a, Churubusco. r f d 1. 
Luckey, Josep E., sec 1, 240 a, Churubusco. r f d 2. 
Luckey, T. A., Churubusco. r f d 2. 



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-Magers, Francis, dec, & M. E., sees 2-11, 99.52 a, Churu- 
busco. 

JIaggert, Ward & Helen, sec IS, 8S a. Col. City, rfd 11. 

-Maggert, Lawson M., see :i2, 77 a, Col. City, r t d 10. 

-Maggert, Jay, Columbia City, r f d 10. 

^Maloney. James, sec 12, 150 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 

Maloney, Edward, sec 12, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 

iialoney. James W., sec 12, 20 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 

.\!alon3y, Joseph J.. Churubusco, r f d 1. 

.^ihlonr:, i.ewis E . Churubusco, r f d 1. 

Mayberry, Cora J., Col. City, r f d 10. 

Mavberry. Mitchell H., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

McCabe, Sarah, et al, sec 10, 232 a, non resident. 

.^'cClain, Philip & Martha, sec 30, 65.31 a, Col. City, rfd 
10. 

:^IcClain, Philip H., sec 32, 57.36 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

JlcConnell. Leed, Columbia City, rfd 10. 

-McCoy, Anderson, sees 10-11, 80 a. Churubusco, r f d 2. 

^':cCoy, Leslie, sec 2, 40 a, Churubusco, r f d 1. 

McCoy, Anna, Churubusco, r f d 1. 

McCoy, Josiah, Columbia City, r f d 10. 

McGuire, Thomas 1st, sees 10-11, 66.92 a, Churubusco, r 
; d 2. 

"cGuire, Thomas, sec 10-11, 48.83, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

McGuire, Ira & Eldora, sees 14-15, 67 a, Churubusco, rfd 
3. 

MeGi'ire, James, sec 24, 5 a, Churubusco, r f d 4. 

McGuire, John & Lueretia, sees 9-10, 64 a, Churubusco, 
r f d 2. 

^vo„ire, Ira E.. see i-i, 32 a. Cburubiiseo, r f d 3. 

.McGuire, Arthur & Ella, sec 10, 2 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

McOuire, .Abe H., Churubusco, r f d 2. 

:^'cKo«-n. \Vm. J.. Collins rrerchant. Col. Citv, rfd 10. 

McLallen. Henry D.. sec 30. 75.81 a, Columbia City. 

"^'cLain, Hugh & Mary, sec 32, 55 a, Churubusco. * 

JTcLain. Joseph & Dora, sec 28, .25 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 

Vead. Paniel & Clara, sec 21, 120 a. Churubusco. 

:vni!er, Henry W., sees 16-17-19-23, 353.14 a. Col. City. 

Miller, Jnmes W., sec 13, 35 a. Churubusco. 

Miller. Melvin M., sees 6-7, 85.50 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Jliller, George O.. sec 23. 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 

Jliller, D. Emmet, Churubusco. 



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Naylor, Perry J., sees 13-26-35-36. 306.67 a, Churubusco 
Xaylor, J. Loren. Churubusco, r f d 4. 
Newman, John W". & Co., at Collins, (storage). 

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Nickey, Howard & Isabell, sec 35, 76. SI 

f d 3. 
Kickey, Mildred, sec 35, 76.81 a, Churubusco, rfd 
Xickey, Alpha J., Churubusco, r f d 3. 



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Ott, George W., sec 3, SO a, Churubusco. 
Overholzer, Henry, sec 26, 79.60 a, Churubusco, rtd 3, 
Overholzer, Irena \V., sec 7, 20 a, Churubusco. rfd 1. 
Overholzer, Warren, Churubusco, r f " 
Overholzer, \Vm. H., Churubusco, r f d 1. 




Parish, Ira ^. . sees 25-26-33-36, 197 a, C-.urubusco, rfd 3 
Parish, Ira -c C. R., Churubusco, r f d „. 
Paulus, William, Columbia City, rfd 11. 
Pence, Jacob E., sec 31, 37.25 a. Col. Cit>, r f d 10. 
Pence, David L., sees 19-20, 232.72 a, Churuiiii.= co, rfd 1 
Pence, James L., sec 5, 102 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
Pence, Joseph J., sec 19, 160 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Pence, David M., sec 5, 99.07 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
Pence, Sylvania, et al. sec 31, SO a. Col. City, rtd 10. 
Pence. Roy E.. sees 17-2S, S9.50 a. Col. Ci^y, rfd 10. 
Pence, David & Miriam, sec 6. SO a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
Pence, Toby A., sec 17, 79.10 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Pence, Joseph H., sees 19-21, 60 a, Columbia City. 
Pence, Henry G., sees 28-29, 48.75 a. Churubusco. rfd 2. 
Pence. Charles L.. sec 29, .57 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 
Pence, Evan J., Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Pence. Arthur A., Columbia City, rfd 10. 
Phebus, Elizabeth L., sec 11. 80 a. non resident. 
PhilliDS, Simon, Columbia City, rfd 10. 
Phillips, Walter L., Columbia City, rfd 10. 
PhilliDS. Jesse R.. Columbia Citv, rfd 10. 
Pressler, Ezra & Chloe, sec 2S. 2 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 



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Rapp, John H., sec 10, 78.33 a, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

T^app, Charles E., dec. sec 12, 20 a. 

Ray, Georee. sec 29, 35.25 a. Co'iimM" CA'\\ rfd 10. 

Paypole, William, sec 8, 100 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

■Raypole, Rosa & W. W.. sec 7. 60 a. Churubu=;eo, rfd 2. 

Raypole, Mary, sec IS, 40 a, Col. Citv. r f d 10. 

Raypole, John L.. Churubusco. r f d 2. 

Raypole, Charles L., Columbia City, r f d 10 

Reed, Sarah E., sec 9. 63.52 a. Churubusco. 

Rhodes, Minnie, sec 3. 30.47 n. Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Rhodes, Lloyd, Churubusco. rfd 2. 

Richey, Carmine, sec 16, 103.97 a, Churubusco rfd 2 

Richey, Oliver B., sec 20, 29.75 a, Col. City, r f d 10.' 

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Richey, Merly E., Churubusco, r f d 2. 
rUchey, Mrs. Otis E., Columbia City, r t d 10. 
Richey, William H., Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Kiley, Samuel S., sec 32, 161.39 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Riley, Walter & Beulah, sec 34, 80 a. Col. City, rfd 9. 
i iley, .lames W., Columbia City, r f d 10. ■ 
Riley, Ernest J., Columbia City, rfd 10. 
tiouerson, Aug \\'., sees 12-13. 120 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
Roterson, V.'esley, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
'Rouch, Samuel, jr., sec 31, 151.33 a. Col. Citv, r f d 9. 
Rouch. Murl, Columbia City, r f d 9. 
Rouch. Susan, seos 30-31, 121.44 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Rouch, John B., sec 31, SI. 31 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Rouch, Ma'ole R., Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Rouch, Mrs. G L.. Columbia City, r t d 10. 
Rouch, Jennie, Columbia City, r f d 10. 
RoMch. Lenis. Columbia City, rfd lO. 
Ro-.vland. Joseph, sec U', 2 a, Churubusco. 
Pox'.lanrt, Lavina, sec 11, 4.25 a. Churubusco, rfd 1. 
Rowland, Sam H., Churubusco, r f d 1. 
Rowland, George, Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Rowland, Jesse, Churubusco. 

Russell, Samuel, sec 20, 65.50 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Rust, John H. & Nettie, sees 14-15, 140 a, Chur. buaco, 
f d 2. 



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Sanders, Julius, sec 2S, 104.28 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 
Sanders, Julius C, sec 33, 78 a. Col. City. 
Sanders, W. H. & Cecil Smith, Col. City, r f d 10. 
Sanders, Julius & Frank C, Col. City, r f d 10. 
Sanders, Fred, the Collins merchant. Col. City, rfd 1':. 
Schrader, Jacob S., sec 27, SO a. Col. City, rfd 5. 
Shaffer, Homer J., sees 17-lS, 58.50 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Shaffer, Calvin & Gladys, sec 23, 5 a, nonresident. 
Shank, Fred. Churubusco, r f d 1. 
Sheldon. Cyrus A., sec 23, 7.60 a, Churubusco. rfd 3. 
Sheldon, Cyrus & Elmira, sec 23, 65.50 a, Churubusco 

r ( d 3. 
Sheldon, Floyd, Churubusco, r f d 3. 
"Sheldon, Frank, Churubusco, r f d 3. 
Sheldon, Monford M., Churubusco, r f d 3. 
Shively, Clarence M., sec 8, 169 a, Churubusco. rfd 2. 
Shively, Floyd, sec 4, 102.03 a. Churubusco, rfd 2. 
Shively, Jesse, Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Shively, Esli. Churubusco, r f d 2. 
Shively, Charles, sec 24, 15.50 a, Churubusco. 
Shively, -Voah A., sec IS, 52.76 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Simons, John V., sec 12, 120 a, non resident. 
Slagle, Arthur & Minnie, sec 1, 64.25 a, Churubusco, rfi 

2. 
Smethers, Charles, sec 13, 5 a, Churubusco. 

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Smith, Sidney E., sec 36, 320 a, Churubusco. 
^mitli, William A., sec 30, 75. SO a, Col. City, r f d 10. 
Smith, Mary E., sec 17, 52 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 
Smith, John H., sec 21, 40.25 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 
Smith, Columbus & wife, sec 28, 40 a, Col. City, rfd 10. 
Smith, Guy & Ethel, sec 29, 40 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. " 
Smith, Columbus N., sec 28, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 10. " 
Smith, John H. & Lulu, sec 28, 36.70 a, Churubusco, rfd 

Smith, William C, sec 13, .33 a. Churubusco. 

Smith, Josiah J., Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Smith-, Shii-ley M.. Churubusco, r f d 3. 

Smith. Jesse M., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Spann, Jesse L.. sec 17, 56.50 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Steel, Harry, Columbia City, r t d 10. 

Stockert, Luey L., sees 16-17, 312.16 a, Churubusco, rfd 2 

Stockert, John J., sees 13-24, 65 a, Churubusco. 

Strong, William E., sec 25, 145.50 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 

Strong. Lewis D., sec 25, 39 a, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Summers, Elijah, sec 28, 45 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 

Summers, Wm. A., sees 29-32, 199.50 a. Col. City, rfd 10 

Summers, William Edward, Columbia City, rfd 10. 

Sumney, Walter L., Columbia City, rfd 10. 

Sumney, Samuel L., Columbia City, r f d 10. 

Switzer, Frederick & Lura sec 4, 29.26 a, Churubusco, i 

f d 2. 
The Indiana Loan & Trust Co., sees 10-13', .63 a, Ind. 
Trope, George & Jennette, sec 13, .IS a, Churubusco. 
Trun-bull, Flovd, Columbia Citv, r f d 10. 
Trumbull. Fli J., sec 14, 20 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 
Tulley, Frank L., sec 34. 80 a, Col. City, r f d 10. 
Tu.Uey, Carl V., sec 34, 40 a. Col. City, r f d 10. 
Tulley, Flmira. Columbia Citv, r f d 10. 
Tulley, Chester, Columbia City, r f d 10. 



■^'an Houten, Ivy, Churubusco, r f d 2. 

Van -Meter, Scott, sees 25-34-36 20S.50 a, Churubusco, 

f d 3. 
Van Meter, Alpha, sec 35, 160 a, Churubusco, r f d 3. 
Van Meter, William, sees 35-36, 80 a. Churubusco, rfd 
Van Meter, Malinda M., sec. 34, 50 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 
Van Meter, Alp'eda, sec 34, 50 a, Churubusco, rfd 3. 
Van -Mete;-, William J., Churubusco, rfd 3. 



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Wable, Wilmina, sec 22, .SI a, Churubusco, rfd 3 
Vv'able, Frank, Churubusco, r f d 3. 
^^'ade, Josiah, sec 22, 13.25 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 
Wade, Mary, sees 21-22. 140 a. Churubusco, rfd 
Wade, Luey J., Churubusco, r f d 2. 

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\\ alker. Theodore. Columbia City, r f d 10. 
Waltenbergev, Henry & Regena, sec 13, .So a. 
Waugh, Harper K. & Chlce, sec 17, 52.51 a, Col. City, 

t d 10. 
\Vau5h, Harvey. Columbia City, r f d 10. 
'^ eirda. Beni. E., Churubusco, r f d 1. 
Whan. William, sees 3-10, 120 a, Churubusco, rfd 1. 
White, Asa J., Columbia City, r f d 10. 
WiddiPeld, George. B., sees 15-20, 60 a. Col. Citv. 
Wilco-con. Charles A., sec 17, 24 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Windle. Cory. Churubusco. rfd?. 
Woods. Ralph, Columbia City, rfd 10. 



"^'ant, Harrison & Cora, see 25, 20.05 a, Col. City, rfd 
Yant, Irving V.. sec 20. 40 a. Col. City, rfd 10. 
Yant, William, Columbia City, rfd 10. 



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ZeiJler, Amos & Amanda, sec 7. IS a. Churubusco rfd 2 
/ei'eler. Amos, sec 7. 2 a. Churubusco. rfd 2. 
Zeigler, Jesse B., Columbia City, rfd 10. 
Zumbrum, Daniel, sec 7, 100 a, Churubusco, rfd 2. 
7umbrum. Charles W.. sec 5. 109.50 a. Churuhnsco, rfd 
Zi'mbrum. Eldon. sec 5. -lO a. Churubusco. rfd 1. 
Zrmhriim. Sarah E., Churubusco. r f d 2. 



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Columbia City, Ind. 



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Wear Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts, 

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The Story of Our 

...Drug Store... 

BUSINESS SINCERITY 

The Period from this store's modest beginning 
to its present foremost position has been a period 
of distinguished achievement. It has grown quiet- 
ly, it may be, but surely; never lagging, but always 
first to find and put into practice new methods, 
improved facilities and conveniences and keeping 
pace with or in advance of increasing trade. And 
so, it has grown steadily from the first day it 
opened, upon the unaltered and unalterable foun- 
dation of old fashioned business sincerity. 



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FRANK MEITZLER, PROPRIETOR 1 

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DIRECTORY OF ROLL OF HONOR 

The lettering you want inscribed on monu- 
mental work can be raised or V sunk by 
C, L. KESSLER, Columbia City. Ind. 



THE HONOR ROLL 



They Are Fighting to Keep the Home Fires 
Burning. 

They rose to meet their counuy's 
call; 

It v.as the call of God. no less. 

They freely sacrificed their all. 

And gave themselves the world 
to bless. 

Their hearts are loyal, their pur- 
pose true; 

For freedom's cause throbs in their 
breast. 

Whitley County's dead in the World War for the 
abolition of German Militarism. 




W.AHXICK, CH.\RLES 



KERNS, >L\I{SHALL 



The following list of young men given by town- 
ships are those who were In Service for the American 
flag on .4pril 8th, 1918 in the World War from Whitley 
County, from all reports, seme being in actual battle 
and the remainder jn training camps ready to move on' 
call. 

CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP. 



Austin, Frank Herbert 
Banks, Kodger, 
Bollinger, Clyde Evert. 
Bonebrake. Ray. 
Bowdy, Russell Albert, 
Cocklin, Charles Boyd. 
Cordill, Clinton C. 



Lehman, Paul. 
Mallock, Charles. 
Matson, Dewey. 
Metz, Dr. Arthur. 
Metzger, Frank. 
Miller, Ralph. 
Miller, Wilford. 

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Darkin, Wesley. 
Dimmick, Frank E. 
Eberhard, Dr. Fred. 
Edwards, Eugene E. 
Edwards, Briant. 
Faymeyer, Leonard. 
Fosle.'. George. 
Goft". Alex. 
Goff, Ora. 

Grimes, Virgil Dae. 
Grimes, Irvin. 
Growcock. Myron Joshua. 
Harley, Robert. 
Havens, Harry. 
Henry, Lloyd 
Henry, Merret H. 
Hicks, Ralph. 
Humphrey, Valliere. 
Jellison, Floyd O. 
Johnson, Guy. 
Karnes, Norman Lowell. 
Keel, Firmer C. 
Keller, Firmer M. 
Keppler, Glenn. 
Kvleiv Donald. 



Nichols, Lee. 
Obenchain, Joe R. 
Pence, Paul Dwight. 
Pritchard, Harrison. 
Raber, Samuel Gale (return- 
ed). 
Reed, Robert G. 
Richards, Harpster. 
Ritter, Arthur Clement. 
Rod;;. William. 
Schannep. Aden. 
Sibert Edward. 
Sibert. William G. 
Sibert, Floyd. 
Sickafoose, Boyd. 
Sickatoose. Clifford. 
Sivits. William. 
Slessman, Ralph Daniel. 
Stoocky, Jacob. 
Swartz, Kaylor. 
Swartz. Douglas. 
Thompson, Ralph B. 
Tillman, Noah S. 
Ulrey, Ray. 



RICHL.WD TOAVIVSHIP 



Anderson, Archie. 
Anderson. Floyd. 
Blanchard, Lyman H. 
Bodle, Harry. 
Brown, Grover C. E. 
Brown, Homer Ray. 
Buntain, Alva. 
Butle.-, Carl. 
Elliott. Bonnel. 
Elliott, Ralph. 
Firestone, Walter D. 



Kissinger. Charles. 
Kistler, Forrest. 
Lancaster, William. 
Long, Harry. 
McHight, Frank. 
Miller, Willis. 
Miller, Wilbur E. 
Rouch, Rosco H. 
Seymore, Rosco. 
Stewart. Walter M. 
Taylor, Ernest F. 



Gray, Herschel (discharged") Van Letti, Paul. 
Harter, Hobert E. Wagner, Forrest. 

Hedington, Alva E. Zumbrum, Emmit. 

Johnston, Wm. Lewis. 

TROY TOWNSHIP. 
Blain, Walter L. Menzie, Hall, 

blanchard, Lyman. Miller, Wilbur, 

Clingerman. John Eber. Reese, Samuel. 

Cummins, Wayne. Rupley, Mitchel M. 

Egolt, Charles, (discharged)Snodgrass. Merle. 
Kiester, Herhert. Swihart, Jacob. 

Kiester, Ralph. Vandersaul, Ernest Wilbur. 

ETNA TOA\-XSHIP 
Blaln, Walter. Johnston, Wm. Lewis. 

Scott, Runald. 

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AVASHIXGTOX TOWNSHIP 


Rales, Joe. 


Minnich, Bernard L. 


Dimmick, Harry Norford 


MuUett. DeWitt. 


Dimmick, Francis I. 


Parsley, Will. 


Erick, Marshal. 


Spenner, John. 


oble, Lawrence 


Stoner. Archie. 


Hataeld, Homer. 


Stoner, Joel. 


:-ates, Marshal J. 


Whicker, Harold. 


Krmbarger, George. 


Wolf, Frank. 


Lippencott, Carl. 




COLOtBH TOWXSHIT j 


Adams, Robert. 


Magley. Scott. 


.-'lien, Heber. 


McKinzie, Linus. 


"air, Elven. 


McXa?ney, Phil. 


Baker, Leman Stone. 


McNown. Hugh. 


Baker, Robert Franklin. 


Meiser, William. 


Barney, Adelbert. 


Mertz, Luther H. 


Bauer, Leo. 


>riner. William. 


Beira, Floyd Guy. 


:Morgan, Virgil. 


Bilis. Corwin. 


Mosher, Defoe Scott. 


Binder, Homer P. 


Mosher. Clair. 


Bordner. Earl Raymond. 


Xowels, Russell. 


Briz^s. Orville. 


Oberkiser, William Henry. 


Bump, Elmer. 


Oberkiser. Earl. 


Burch, Bon. 


Ohmart. Howard S. 


Biiris. Jiarry Elmo. 


Overdeer. Clyde. 


rirpenter, Cady. 


Peahodv. Bonnell. 


Cearbaugh, Harvey L., 


Pearl, Ralph. 


(returned). 


Pence, Flm°r (in British 


Chapman, Donald H. 


service). 


riapham. Russell B. 


Pence, J. A. 


("ordill, Alex. 


Pence. Ben. 


Coyle, Rollo. 


Pence, William. 


("ramer, John E. 


Pidgeon. Carlton. 


Cullers, Andrew James. 


Plattner, lee F. 


Tummins. Wayne. 


Pontius. Thomas. 


Dohner, Kellard. 


Pbend. Raelin Victor. 


Dowell. Harlin Oliver. 


Pressler, Homer Lester. 


Dowell, Ellis E. 


Pressler, Opal. 


Fjsaman. Russell. 


Price. Israel Lee. 


Erne, Ernest. 


Ray. Homer B. 


Erne, Walter. 


Redman. Edward. 


Erne, Harlo. 


Redmond. Joseph. ' 


'^rne, Ellery. 


Roberts. Ralph. 


Eyanson, Louis. 


Robinson. Edgar 


Feaster, Clifford. 


Shaver, James Harrison. 


Firestone, Joseph Braden 


Sheeler, Leslie Keller. 


Fries, Leo. 


Sleesman. David D. L. 


Garrison, Rosco. 


Small. Daniel Evert. 


Gates, Ralph. 


Smith, Earl A. 


Ginger, Leland. 


Smith Ben F. 


Green, Frank. 


Smith, Xeal D. 




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DIRECTORY OF ROLL OF HONOR 




Grisiei', Dr. Otto. Smith, Frank. 


Gruesbeck, Framen. Souder, Dr. C. L. (discharg 


1 


Harrison, George. ed). 


Harrison, Ray. Stemen, Shelly. 


-,% 


Harter, Paul. Stemen, Harry. 


i 


Hawkins, Thomas. Stough, Lloyd J.' 


•s 


Hawkins, Charles. Strouse, Ralph. 




Hawn, George Arthur. Stranse, Harold. 




Hildebrand, Charles. Swigart, Raymond. 




Hively, "Roy. Swigart, Glenn. 




Hively, Ervin. Travelbee, Harry. 




Hively, Eldon. Trout, James. 




Houtzer. Ervin. Walker, Amos Ephriam. 




Houtzer, William. Walker, Roy W. 


\^ 


Huff. Russell. Warren, Donald. 




Huffman, Arthur Daniel. Weeks, Harrland. 


k 


Hull, Frank, Jr. Weigold. John K. 


4 


Ireland, M. W. Welsheimer. Everett. 




Johnson, Fred. Weston. Ralph. 


i 


Johnson, Guy. Wetzel, Walter Calvin. 


'■% 


Johnson, Glen. White, Adlal. 




Kerch, Ervin. Whitman. Omer D. 




Kennedy, Donald Flag. Wilcos, Paul. 




Kerns, Marshall, (deceased) Wolf, Noah J. 




King, Ellis. Wolf. Ben. 


J 


Kingsley, Bruce. Woods, Lewis. 1 




Knisley. Stewart. Wunderlich. Dr. Fred. 




Koester, Earl. Yontz, Gail Frederick. 




Leer, Eugene. Yontz, Bryson. 




Leiter, Arthur. Young. Berl 0. 




Linvill, Hayes. Young, Lee Dare. 




Lorber, Edgar M. 




THORNCREFK TOWXSmP. 




Archer, Mark. Hurabarger. Void Truman. 




Barnes, Rosco Marren. Hyre, Harold. 




Born, Firmer R. Rhodes, Mark. 




Egolf, Glenn. Roberts, Noble. 




Goss, Hubert. Schutz, John F. 




Harshbarger, Grover. Salesman, William. 


j 


Hire, Charles. 


! 


JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP. 


-.j 


Byall, Lawrence J. Line, Harley L. 


1 


Coolman, Homer E. Mowrey, Dewey. 


i 


Crowell, Lester O. (dis- Mowrey, Adanl, (deserted 




charged). and Is now in 


j 


Crowell, C. Guy. British service). 


1 


Fausz, Adam, (returned). Pressler, Charles E. 




Grace, Verlln. Pressler, Irvln A. 


) 


Hatfield, Emery. Williamson, Lonzo Arthur. 


' 


Hyser, Floyd E. 


1 


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UNION TOW'XSHIl'. 



Eeeching, Homer. 
Cormany, Howard Albert. 
Pinius. Charles Eugene. 
Eloph, Harry E. 
Grant, Frederick Lee. 
Graves, Rollle C. 
Harshbarge.". Milton. 
Harshbarger, Marshal. 
Hickman, Charles Victor. 
Hively, Irvin Monroe. 



Olive.*, Lyman. 
Rouch, John B. 
Rouch, Burch. 
Shaw, Fred, jr. 
Tucker, Charles Albert. 
Tucker, Benj. H. 
Walker. Harmon. 
Welsh, Bryan. 
Worden, Valorous. 



S>UTH TOWNSHIT. 



Anderson. Clarence. 
Anderson, Rosco. 
.^nderson. Willard. 
Arthur, Tony. 
Beive.', Thomas. 
Benhowe.', Ralph, 
^enward. Clarence L. 
Bloom, Clinton. 
Bloom, Ferman. 
Brown, Lea O. 
Bruebakei', Otto. 
Brumbaugh. Lester. 
Brumbaugh, Harry. 
Brunton, Jesse. 
B ntermore. David. 
Byers, John. 
Christopher. Harold. 
riaxton, John Benj. 
Cleland. Forrest. 
Davis, Gilbert Edward. 
Downey, Luther. 
Dull. George. 
GaR, Victor L. 
Glotzer, Lewis. 
Hazen, John P. 
Hendrickson. Arthur. 
Isay, Herbert Walter. 



Jetmore. Levi. 
Johnston, Louis McKinley. 
Jones, Earl George. 
Jones, Joe. 
Jones, Perry. 
King, Carl. 
Kocher, Frank A. 
Jfidden Henry E. 
Maloney, Lewis E. 
Mathews, Edward. 
Mathews. Robert. 
Miller, Walter J. 
Ort, Sidney. 
Ott, Luther. 
Pence, Dr. Benj. F. 
Ray. Harry. 
Reed, Frank L. 
Reese, Elmer. 
Shanabarger. Ralph. 
Thompson, Guy Herman. 
Trumbull, Frank. 
Welsh. Edward. 
Welsheimer, Arthur. 
Winebrenner, Orvis. 
Winebrenner, Ora. 
Zinn, Ray. 
Zollman, Claude. 



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Jim Gallivan 

DEALER IN 

Ail Classes of Horses 

AND 

Registered Cattle. 







t=i Shipper oJ Hay and Straw F=1 

Sale Barn on South Main St. 

Columbia City, Ind. 



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DIRECTORY OF INDEX 



INDEX. 



Shriner & Eyansons ads 2 Poherts & Burn\\i.;T.h ad 4-' 

Publishers Xotes 3 Frohmuth & Son ad .... 4E 

Colum1:ia City write-up 4-6 Columbia Candy Shop ad 4 6 

1st Nat'l Bank & Lee Dare ad 47 

Thos. Emery & Son ad 7 August Kelly ad 48 

Wm., Clapp & Co. ad . . S j. r. Harrison ad 4U . 

Corbia City Directory 9-72 Hood's Furniture Store 

T. Rheumatic ad .... 10 ad 50-,S0 

E. L. Schaffer ad H The Ellis Transfer Line ad 51 

F. G. Binder & Sons ad 12 Feaster's Grocerv ad . . . 51 

Prov. Trust Co. ad ... 13 Willits Bakery ad 53 

Rhoads Bros, ad 14 Rossman & Wunderlich 

Morgan's Cafe ad .... 15 ad 5'« 

L. .M. Meiser ad 16 w. L. Vance ad 55 

O. O. Tannehill ad . . . 17city Vulcanizing Works 

H. E. Romey ad 18 ad 5€ 

Chapman Bros. & Fruit Columbia City Bottling 

ad 19 Works ad 5'i 

Daniel Bros, ad 20 Ulerich Bros, ad 5S 

; Schlosser Bros, ad .... 21 Farmer's >'ill S: Ele- 

J. F. Binder ad 22 vator Co. ad 6C 

, Carter, the Druggist ad 23 The Raber Abstract Co. 

f Jesse A. DeMoney ad . 24 ad 61 

i Magley & Hughes ad .. 2 5 Whitley Co. Telephone 

Whitney & Stickler ad. 2 9 Co. ad 62 

! The Quality Shop ad . . 30 c. E. Lillich ad 63 

Gates Bros, ad 31 Model Laundering Co. ad 64 

We5t End Garge ad .... 32commercial Mail ad ... . 65 
? R. Tuttle & Co. ad 3 2county Directory ad ... . 6t 

\V. E. Magley ad 34Drs. Clark & Clark ad . . 6'i 

I Jones Hardware Co. ad . 35jake Portmann ad 68 

' J. C. Boylard ad 36jim Gallivan ad 69 

;: Ideal Garage 37The Evening Post ad . . . 70 

i' Crowell Grain Co ad ... . 38Yontz & Hallauer ad . . 71 

f S E Kessler ad 39Farmers Telephone Co ad 72 

~ Pontius Studio ad 40so. Whitley write up . . . 7.-? 

'? Farmer's Loan & Trust So. Whitley Directory 74-84 

Co. ad 41D. C. Scott ad 7' 

^ Homo Developi^ent & O. Gandy & Co. ad .... 7 

-; Real Estate Agcy ad 42Glassley Dry Goods Co. ad 
( Col. City Egg & Poultry Sunshine Flour ad . ... / 
J Co. ad 4::Farmers' Elev. Co. ad . .) 

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DIRECTORY OF INDEX 



Page 

f'.hurubusco write up .. 8 6 Etna Tp. Director> 150-^ 
Churubusco directory S7-96C. L. Kessler ad -^"^ 

Exchans^o Bank ad .... 87 Washington Tp Dir lo5-16| 

Ort Brothers ad 89 C. L. Kesslei ad iap 

Leo Isay ad 90 H. O. Stickler ad . .16^ 

H. R. Hull ad 9] Dr. Richards Med Co aU 165 

Farmer's State ank ad . 94 Whitley Co Nat 1 Farm 
Churubusco Truth ad ,. 96 Assp. ad . ..IftS 

larwill write up ..... 9 7 Columbia Tv,p Dir 1G9-18JJ 
t -irwill directory ... 98-lOCC. L. Kesslei ad 16? 

Whittenberger & Haider- Gosa & Goss auct ad . ITJ 

man ad , .... 98 Thorncreek Tp Dir 182-is| 

I^ayden & Trachsel ad . . 9« C. L. Kessler ad A&S 

Edward Molter ad ....lOOTri Lake ad Logan ".^^ 

E, E. Rindfusz ad 101 Staples liiM 

Larwill ank ad ,103 Goss Stock Farm ad ^l?? 

Taud Directory ... 104-106 Lakewood Resort ad 19ff1 
Berser & Gaylord ad . 1 ' Jefferson Twp Dir 197-31ji 

W. J. Deems ad 106 0. L, Kessler ad , ,1! 

nne-^se Directory .. 107-1 1"' Areola Elevator ad 19S 

T^ecls. Directory 108 Cro well Grain Co ad ^0^ 

nollins Directory 109 Areola Elevator ad i '201 

Fred E. Sanders ad ...109S. J. Peabod> Lumber 
Loraine & Raber Direc .110 Co. ad , 203 

^'. n. Brahm ad 110 Union Twp Dir 211-2^*'^ 

Peabody & Tunker Dlr.lll C. L. Kessler ad •.•21'" 

Colla?nei-. Dunfee. Luth- Smith Twp Dir 221-23'4 

er & Cresco dir 112 C, X/. Kessler ad . %2SfT| 

County Officials 113 Ford Garage ad — back 

Cleveland. Twp. Dirll4-129 County Map ■'x"'' 

C. L. Kessler ad 1 ' Hartford Service ad— "bac 

Wihitle" Co. Tankage Co 129 of Count} Map 
Riclilanrt Twp Dir. 130-141Lorber ad 231 

Troy Tp Directory 142-149 Meitzler ad ,232' 

C. L. Kessler ad 142 Roll of Honor ,235,, 





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T. 0. MILLER 0. F. SHEETS . 




Miller & Sheets 




THE RELIABLE 




...HARDWARE JEALERS... 




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Slate, Galvanized. 

Tin and Painted 
Roofing, Metal 

Ceilings and Cor- 
nice Work, Hot 

Water, Steam 
and Hot Air 

Furnaces, Shelf 
and Heavy Hard- 
ware. Stoves 








Paints, Oils, Doors 


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Sash, Sporting 


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and Fishing Goods 


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INSP 


ECT OUR GOODS BEF 


ORE • 




BUYING ! 




Washburn Block, Columbia City, Ind. 











ClugstonBros.&Co. 

The Old Reliable Firm 

HAVE A MOST COMPLETE 
LINE OF 

Dry Goods, 

Clothing, Boots 
and Shoes 

Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings 

Corner Van Buren and Chauncey St. 

Columbia City, Ind. 



A. B. Mosher & Co. 

Coal... 
Feed 

22S South Main St 

. COLUMBIA CITY, - - IND. 

Both Phones 



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F.L MYERS 

CREAMERY 



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Is the pioneer— the creamery 
with a record of helping all 
those who want to make money 
from their dairy products. 



Highest Prices Paid For 
Butter Fats 



Delivered at Creamery on South 

Chauncey St. Also Collected by 

Drivers From Your Doors 

No Better Paying Proposition 

The Creamery Manufactures Only 
the Choicest of 

Butter, Ice Cream, 
and Ices 

...TRY THESE PRODUCTS... 



Home of ji 

Olds Mobile 

MDodr: ^.os. \ 
...Motor Cars... 




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Kelly Springfield 
Tires 



Geo. L Coleman 

314-16 V/est Van Buren St. 

Home Phone 536 Farmer's Mutual 52 

COLUMBIA CITY, IND 



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MAR 01 

N. MANCHESTER. INDIANA 46962