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PRAIRIE FARMER'S 

RELIABLE DIRECTORY 

Of 

FARMERS and BREEDERS 

MORGAN AND SCOTT COUNTIES 

ILLINOIS 




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IN this directory we have endeavored to give Morgan and 
Scott County farmers a complete and reliable directory 
of the farmers, breeders and merchants of the county, 
with such other information as will make the directory a 
valuable reference book. 

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Complete Directory of the Farmers of Morgan and Scott 
Counties, with valuable information about each farm. 

Breeder's Directory, giving full classified list of breeders 
of purebred livestock and poultry. 

Business Directory, giving list of all business houses in 
Morgan and Scott Counties. 



Valuable statistics and general information. 



Copyright, 1917 
By PRAIRIE FARMER PUBLISHING COMPANY 



Compiled and Published by 

Prairie Farmer Publishing Co. 

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 



PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



BINDER TROUBLES AND ADJUSTMENTS 

By C. O. Reed, University of Illinois, in Prairie Farmer. 



To have to await the services of an 
expert when every minute of the har- 
vest days is money is not only an ex- 
pensive practice, but in most cases is 
an unnecessary one if the operator 
will only use patience and good judg- 
ment and try to understand a few 
very simple principles of what seems 
a complicated machine. The purpose 
of this article is to aid the operator 
in his most common binder troubles. 
To cover the ground in the most log- 
ical and concise* manner, let us con- 
sider troubles under the three general 
heads: general binder troubles, bind- 
er head troubles and knotter head 
troubles. 

Starting. If possible, start the new 
machine on a road or in a pasture 
before going into the grain field. Use 
plenty of kerosene and run the ma- 
chine empty for about five minutes, 
taking notice that every duct to bear- 
ings and every oil hole is open. Then 
apply lubricating oil. When you are 
ready to enter the grain with a new 
machine, raise the machine well up, 
tilt the platform forward; open the 
throat of the machine by throwing 
the butt adjuster forward and start in 
with about one-half of a full swath. 
After five minutes work the machine 
is ready for maximum results. If 
compelled to make a full swath at the 
start, cut the grain extra high. 

Never change the adjustment of a 
new binder head before going into the 
field. It may miss a few bundles at 
first, but do not adjust. Apply a lib- 
eral amount of coal oil to the knotter 
head and the trouble will usually dis- 
appear. 

New Machine Failing to Start. Oc- 
casionally a new machine fails to start 
due to some part sticking or catch- 
ing. Throw the binder out of gear 
and see that the bull wheel revolves 
without catching. Remove the eleva- 
tor chain and throw in gear. This 
will test the sickle. Next put on ele- 
vator chain and throw off reel chains. 
This will test the rollers. Then con- 
nect and test the reel. This method 



will test one part at a time and should 
locate the trouble without difficulty. 
In testing out head for failure to re 
volve, operate head by hand at back 
of machine through shaft whch 
drives head from elevator chain. 

General Binder Troubles 

Chains. Undue wear in chains may 
be caused by the chain being run too 
tight or backwards. Run the chain 
with the hooks of the links leading 
and with the openings of the hooks 
out. The use of oil or grease on 
chains, if the binder is being run in 
a sandy country or under dusty con- 
ditions, is not to be recommended, 
for the oil will collect the fine parti- 
cles of grit and cause excessive wear 
Under such conditions use dry graph- 
ite. Chain jumping is caused by the 
chain being too loose or by the 
sprocket being badly worn. If a worn 
sprocket is the cause for the trouble 
a new one will have to be supplied. 

Canvas Troubles. The creeping of 
canvases is caused by running them 
too loose or by the elevators not be- 
ing square. Test the elevators to see 
if they are square by means of meas- 
uring the diagonals, and then square 
by the special apparatus to be found 
for that purpose. Have the canvases 
of the same tightness on both sides. 

Canvases not elevating the grain 
may be caused by missing slats 01 
loose canvases. Broken slats are gen- 
erally caused by the elevators not be- 
ing square, or by the canvases not 
being buckled evenly and thus the 
slat is forced to pass over the roller 
at an angle to it. Chewed slats mav 
be caused by a projecting bolt or the 
canvas guides being out of shape. 

Heavy Draft. Heavy draft may br 
caused from lack of sufficient good 
lubricating oil, bull wheel being en 
tered in quadrant wrong; chains, espe- 
cially main drive chain, being too 
tight; paint or varnish not being cut 
out of the bearings; or rollers bindim-- 
Apply lubricating oil to the bearing.-- 









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Enter the bull wheel in the quadrant 
square. Have the proper tension in 
the chains. Coal oil will cut the paint 
or varnish from bearing surfaces. 
When machine is empty, operator 
should be able to move elevators by 
hand on elevator chain. 

Sidedraft. Sidedraft in a binder re- 
fers to such resistance of the platform 
end of the machine as to cause a 
"dragging" of platform, and hence re- 
sults in a tendency to run the ma- 
chine into the grain. It may be 
caused by (a) grain wheel bearing 
too light; (b) grain wheel being out 
of proper adjustment; (c) sickle parts 
not cutting properly, resulting in a 
pulling off of stalks rather than cut- 
ting; (d) very light grain may give a 
condition where sidedraft is more no- 
ticeable, and (e) a fast horse on the 
outside may lead the operator to be- 
lieve he has sidedraft. 

Remedies, (a) See that grain wheel 
revolves freely and perfectly on axle. 
If axle, bearings and wheel bell are 
badly worn, replace, (b) The inexpe- 
rienced operator cannot tell whether 
a grain wheel is aligned properly or 
not. It should lead out of the grain 
slightly, and in case of poor align- 
ment here, an expert must be called. 
(c) Obvious, (d) Sidedraft here is 
an advantage rather than an objec- 
tion for it indicates the best construc- 
tion, (e) Put fast horse on inside. 

If difficulty is experienced in get- 
ting far enough into the grain with a 
tongue truck attachment, make adjust- 
ments to increase the angle between 
the platform and tongue proper, i. e., 
without changing position of machine 
make adjustments to let horses away 
from grain slightly. If machine runs 
too far into grain, make adjustments 
to bring horses a little closer to grain 
line. These adjustments can be found 
between tongue and stub tongue on 
the McCormick and Milwaukee bind- 
ers, and in the truck axle braces on 
the Deering. If sufficient adjustment 
is not provided in the Deering to per- 
mit a full swath, turn the tongue over. 

Badly Shaped Bundles in good 
grain are caused by improper manip- 
ulation of binder parts. Set the reel 
to strike straws about two inches be- 
low the heads. Run the butter as 
near at right angles to the rollers on 
tier shaft as possible, even if you 
have to sacrifice an inch or two in 



the position of the band on the bun- 
dle. Do not expect the butter to 
shove the straws down under the 
breast plate. Adjust the position of 
the head to bring the straws under 
the breast plate and then adjust the 
butter to smooth the butt of the bun- 
dle. In uneven grain the head, but- 
ter and reel must be shifted often to 
obtain the best results. In very short 
grain or in down grain leaning toward 
the elevators we have probably the 
worst conditions for good bundle 
making, especially for eight-foot bind- 
ers. First, do all possible to retard 
the heads by running the platform as 
level as possible and place a rope 
head-retarder across the platform, ty- 
ing the same to the outside divider 
frame. A rope head-retarder is often 
found to give better results than the 
retarding strap iron sent out with the 
machine, but if the latter is used, the 
operator will find that he gets very 
good results in retarding heads by 
bending up or crinkling the end of 
the strap iron. Throw the head as 
far forward as possible and run the 
butter as near perpendicular to the 
rollers as possible to still have the 
bundle securely tied. Tighten the 
front grain check. 

Badly Shaped Bundles in Long 
Tangled Grain can be remedied by 
loosening all grain checks slightly 
and by adjusting the head to tie a 
smaller, looser bundle. 

Getting Grain Down to Packers. 
Trouble is sometimes experienced in 
getting light, fluffy grain down to the 
packers. See that the deck roller is 
working properly and lower the deck 
cover. 

Choking Down. Sometimes in 
heavy, __ fluffy and tangled grain, and 
often in flax, the head cannot dis- 
charge a bundle and is stopped by 
"choking." Adjust the head to tie a 
smaller, looser bundle, loosen all 
grain checks and loosen the tension 
on the compressor spring, which is 
the spring attached to the compres- 
sor rod. 

Bundles Too Loose or Too Tight. 
Tighten or loosen the trip spring 
shown in Illustration 1 and described 
below under "Binder Head Troubles." 
Do not attempt to make a tight bun- 
dle by tightening the twine tension on 
the twine can. The twine tension* is 
not for the purpose of affecting the 



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TRIP SPRING 



STOP 
ARM. 
006. 



tightness of bundles and if it is used 
for such purpose serious needle 
troubles will result. The twine ten- 
sion should be sufficiently tight to 
keep back slack in the twine between 
the can and needle. 

Bundles Too Large or Too Small. 
Move the compressor arm nearer or 
farther away from the needle. The 
compressor arm is that arm against 
which the bundle is formed and as it 
is moved in or out that space in which 
the bundle is formed is changed. 

Reel Troubles. Short oats is often 
the cause for considerable reel trouble, 
especially reel breakage on those ma- 
chines which have no outside reel 
support. The operator cutting short 
oats will necessarily have to tilt his 
platform well forward and run his 
reel low. This means that occasion- 
ally the reel slats will whip down 
onto the guards and result in broken 
parts. Farmers in some localities 
have solved this difficulty by tacking 
on to each reel slat a piece of heavy 
linoleum about six inches wide. The 
reel can then be run higher, for this 
extra piece on the slats serves ad- 
mirably to force the grain over onto 
the platform and at the same time is 
sufficiently flexible to give if the reel 
is whipped down on the guards. 

Binder Head Troubles 

Before taking up binder head trou- 
bles let us refer to the first illustra- 
tion and get clearly in mind the exact 
function of the parts mentioned. 
Every operator is aware that his 
packer shaft revolves continually and 



that at certain moments it must drive 
the whole binder head while the bun- 
dle is being tied and cast. The dog, 
shown in the illustration, is that 
mechanism which throws the head 
in motion with the rest of the ma- 
chine, or it is that mechanism which 
momentarily engages the head with 
the continuous motion of the packers 
while the bundle is being tied. Suf- 
ficient pressure by the straw on the 
trip arm raises the stop arm, shown 
in the illustration, which allows the 
dog to be forced into the path of the 
continually revolving binder head 
driver. A little spring attached to the 
dog forces the dog into the path of 
this driver when the dog is released, 
and this same spring holds the dog in 
this path until the stop arm can drop 
back into pUce and force the dog 
back out of the way of the revolving 
drivers of the packer shaft. When 
the dog is thrown back out of the 
path of the binder head drivers, the 
motion in the head ceases and the 
dog, if properly working, must re- 
main engaged with the packer shaft 
until the discharge arms make a com- 
plete revolution. The continuity of 
motion in the head depends upon the 
dog. 

Discharge Arms Fail to Start or 
Fail to Revolve Completely. This is 
a dog trouble. See that the dog spring 
is in place and is of sufficient strength 
to hold the dog in the path of the 
binder head drivers when the dog is 
released. See also that the striking 
faces of the dog and dog driver are 
not worn sufficiently to permit them 



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to slip by one another. Jf the dis- 
charge arms revolve by jerks it is very 
probable that a worn condition In the 
striking faces is the cause. 

Discharge Armr Revolve Continu- 
ally. Before discussing this trouble a 
word should be said regarding timing. 
It will be noticed that every part of 
the binder head except the packers 
works at a certain moment in rela- 
tion to other parts. The dog makes a 
.ertain number of revolutions before 
^he stop arm is allowed to drop back 
into place to throw the dog out of 
ngagement with the binder head 
Drivers. Hence the relation between 
*he stop arm and the dog is a set 
Delation maintained through beveled 
aears. If for any reason these gears 
re separated and not put back in the 
original definite relation to each 
ither, the head is said to be out of 
''me. This means that the stop arm 
would not be in place at the proper 
noment to throw the dog out of en- 
gagement and a second revolution of 
he discharge arm immediately fol- 
ows the first. The timing principle 
>iolds true in all makes of heads and 
; obtained in a way more or less 
Common in all types, though the 
mechanism will vary to some degree 
iJ i its shape and position. If the dis- 
charge arms revolve continually the 
Vad may be out of time or the stop 
~rm face may be so badly worn that 
"' allows the dog to slip by when the 
"o come together. If the machine is 
".t of time, i. e., if the stop arm is 
ot in place to throw the dog out in 
^he proper time, time the head by 
properly meshing the beveled gears 
between the packer shaft and the 
binder head counter shaft which runs 
up to drive the tier shaft. If the 
striking faces between the dog and 
the stop arm are so worn that they 
slip by one another, file the faces to 
their original form. If this allows 
*oo much play or looseness in the 
-*og (which can be tested by taking 
^old of the discharge arms to deter- 
mine whether they are tight or loose) 

new dog or perhaps a new stop 

-m must be purchased. Some ma- 
rines permit lengthening of the stop 

" f m. Look for such adjustment and 
use same to hold the dog back tighter. 
Casting Very Small Bundles. There 
are two causes for this trouble. The 
dog may not be thrown out at the 



proper time, and the remedy for such 
a condition has been just stated above. 
Small bundles often appear in badly 
tangled grain when the cast bundle is 
not cleaned from the machine and its 
weight trips the head again immedi- 
ately and a small bundle is cast which 
seems to be really a part of the first. 
Manipulate the machine to make a 
clean bundle, loosen the grain checks, 
adjust the trip spring to tie a looser 
bundle and adjust the compressor arm 
to tie a smaller bundle. 

Discharge Arms Not Set Tight, or 
Dog Drive Strikes Dog. Usually 
these two conditions accompany one 
another and are due to extreme wear 
in gears and dog, or tier shaft lock 
may have become loosened. The tier 
shaft lock is usually a little dog 
working behind the tier shaft cam 
wheel at the end of the tier shaft. It 
holds the discharge arms in place 
when they are at rest. Examine your 
binder head for this mechanism and 
if it can be adjusted usually the 
trouble can be remedied by such ad- 
justment. If the cam track in tier 
shaft cam wheel acts as the lock, 
new parts may have to be added to 
relieve badly worn conditions, but 
this will not necessarily remedy the 
striking between dog and driver.l If 
head is very badly worn and all gear- 
ing has considerable play, the dog 
may be advanced one cog which will 
bring the head into better time. Great 
care must be used in doing this, how- 
ever, for it often happens that a head 
so treated will work perfectly when 
operated by hand, but when driven 
by the packer shaft under actual con- 
ditions the tier shaft is not compelled 
to complete its revolution and thus is 
not "driven home" and locked. This 
will then result in the discharge arms 
dropping down and in greater inter- 
ference between dog and driver. It 
is sometimes found necessary to re- 
place badly worn gears, in order to 
entirely eliminate this trouble. 

Knotter Head Troubles 

All binders are very similar. They 
combine the same principles, and al- 
though the detail of the mechanism 
may differ somewhat, still for every 
vital part on one make of machine 
there ^ can he found on each other 
machine a part similar in function, 
very similar in shape, and often very 



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similar in position. This is particu- 
larly true in the knotter head or that 
portion of the binder head which ties 
the knot. In discussing these troubles 
then, let us bear in mind that every 
make of binder has in some form 
each part shown in the second illus- 
tration, and that the functions of these 
parts are the same though the posi- 
tion and shape may vary slightly. 

The disc is that part which holds 
the end of the twine while the bundle 
is being formed. The bills, also shown 
in the illustration, are those parts 
which tie the knot. It is the function 
of the needle to bring up the needle 
end of the band, place it over the 
bills and into the disc where the disc 
catches it and securely holds both 
ends. The bills then revolve, forming 
a loop about themselves, and after 
revolving part way they open, seize 
both 1 ends of the band, as shown in 
the illustration, and hold the ends of 
the band while the stripper arm pulls 



the loop off the bills hence the ends 
of the band are pulled through the 
loop and the knot is tied. If these 
operations are kept clearly in mind 
the operator will find his tying trou- 
bles greatly simplified. 

Each operator should be able to 
tell just where his trouble lies by ex- 
amining the failing band and noting 
where it is found. 

In the third illustration, Figure 1 
found clinging to the bills with the 
simple knot tied around the bills and 
the loose end cut square and smooth, 
indicates that the disc spring is too 
loose and the twine tension is too 
tight. 

The same band found cast with the 
bundle instead of clinging to the bills 
would indicate that the disc is but 
slightly loose, yet too loose. The 
band indicating such trouble is shown 
in Fig. 2. 

F'ig. 3 found clinging to the Dills 
but with the free end crushed and 



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ragged indicates that the disc is too 
tight and that the twine tension is 
also too tight. 

Fig. 4 found cast with the bundle 
instead of on the bills indicates that 
the twine tension is perfect but that 
the disc is slightly too tight. 

Fig. 5 found with the cast bundle 
and with both ends crushed and 
ragged indicates that the disc is very 
tight. _ 

Notice the bent crinkled ends in 
Fig. 6 and that the band is formed 
with the bundle. The ends have been 
in the knot but have pulled out. The 
bills may be too loose or the "hump" 
on the underside of the upper bill 
may be worn away sufficiently so that 
the bills cannot hold the ends of the 
band securely enough when the loop 
is pulled off. This probably has 
caused a loose knot which pulled out 
when the bundle spread. If the bills 
are too loose tighten the bills spring. 
If the little "hump" is worn away 
file away a little of the stock behind 
the hump, using a rat-tail file. 

Fig. 8 is the familiar band which 
seems to be tied perfectly when the 
bundle is first cast, but when the 
shocker grasps the bundle the band 
gives way and appears as shown. If 
the disc is at the proper tension, then 
the trouble is probably that the bills 
do not open wide enough to grasp 
both ends of the twine in the disc. 
If the bills cam roller on the back of 
the upper bill is worn one-sided, sup- 



ply new parts. If the whole bills 
shaft has dropped down due to wear 
below the bills pinion gear, place a 
very thin washer under pinion to 
bring the bills up against the knotter 
head frame where they belong. It 
sometimes happens that a very loose 
twine tension allows sufficient slack 
in the twine to arch^ slightly over the 
bills instead of being pulled down 
tightly over them. The upper bill 
will then nose in between the bands' 
ends instead of grasping both of them 
and a simple slip knot is tied instead 
of a hard knot. 

Fig. 9 indicates a needle trouble. 
For some reason the needle has not 
placed the twine in the disc. Most 
likely the needle has carried up some 
green stuff of some kind which mo- 
mentarily clogs the disc. If this band 
occurs frequently, however, then prob- 
ably the eye of the needle has be- 
come so badly worn back, due to too 
tight a tension, that the needle can 
not advance far enough to place the 
twine in the disc. The needle should 
advance until it just barely touches 
the stripper or breast plate. If it 
does not advance that far it is prob- 
ably slow and the needle pitman 
should be shortened slightly. 

Make all binder head and knotter 
head adjustments gradually. A quar- 
ter of a turn of the studs on the disc 
and knotter bills springs is ample to 
remedy most troubles in those parts. 



PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



CORN PLANTER ADJUSTMENTS 

By C. O. Reed, University of Illinois in Prairie Farmer. 



Not all of our implement troubles 
are to be found in the plow or in the 
binder. The corn planter has troubles 
of its own, and it is the purpose of 
this article to discuss some of the 
corn planter principles and troubles 
that are often misunderstood. 

Accuracy in Drop 

Some corn growers say that ac- 
curacy of drop is not an important 
factor with them because two kernels 
in one hill and four in the next gives 
an average of three kernels per hill 
and that is the number desired. The 
fallacy of this statement is very ap- 
parent when we stop to consider that 
in such planting we have not the de- 
sired three kernels in either hill; and 
if the soil is three-kernel soil, two 
kernels per hill are too few while 
four kernels are too many. The re- 
sult is probably a loss in each hill. 

A certain soil may give the best 
yield with either two, three or four 
kernels per hill, but after it has been 
ascertained which number of kernels 
is best every effort should be made to 
secure that number in each hill where 
the soil conditions remain constant. 
The variable drop devices on planters 
afford ample opportunity to shift from 
two to three or from three to four 
kernels per hil-1 as the soil conditions 
through the row may demand, but 
the advisability of permitting inac- 
curacy in drop from hill to hill is 
questionable. 

The first two requisites for accu- 
racy in drop are (a) seed of uniform 
size, and (b) the selection of the 
proper seed plate. Hand tipped and 
butted corn or machine sorted corn 
will give seed as uniform in shape 
and size of kernel as is practical, but 
unsorted seed may be relied upon to 
cause inaccurate dropping. 

Testing out the planter to make 
sure that the proper plate is used is 
to be strongly advocated. Last year's 
plate may not be the best one for this 
year's ,seed, for if there is a slight 
difference in the average size of ker- 
nels between the two years, a corre- 
sponding change may be necessary in 



the size of the seed pits in the plate 
used. The following table taken from 
laboratory tests shows the danger of 
carelessness in selecting the seed 
plate. The planter was set to drop 
three-kernel hills, and the plates 
"small" and "large" were plates next 
size smaller and next size larger than 
the proper or right sized plate found. 

Right 

Small sized Large 
plate plate plate 

Per cent of blank hill.. 9.34 .00 .00 
Per cent of hills contain- 
ing 1 kernel 29.36 .26 .28 

Per cent of hills contain- 
ing 2 kernels 37.54 8.66 5.3 

Per cent of hills contain- . 

ing 3 kernels 20.48 88.12 81.28 

Per cent of hills contain- 
ing 4 kernels 2.66 2.84 11.4* 

Per cent of hills contain- 
ing 5 kernels 62 .11 1.86 

These figures tend to show that a 
slight mistake in plate selection may 
lead to a direct loss in stand. There 
may be but a very slight difference 
between two pairs of plates so slight 
perhaps that we can not detect the 
difference by eye but a test of the 
two pairs will quickly show that one 
of those pairs means a good drop 
while the other paii is dangerous and 
its use should be avoided. Testing 
can be done when time at the barn 
permits and will not only mean a sav- 
ing of time in the field but will also 
enable the operator to avoid a miff 
take before it is too late. 

Each operator will have his own 
method of testing out the planter but 
he should heed these three rules: (1) 
Let each test consist of at least SO or 
60 hills; (2) run the planter parts at 
field speed; (3) do not give up until 
the best plate is found. Probably the 
quickest way to test is to run the 
planter in the farm yard, providing 
the chickens do not get the corn be- 
fore we can count it. Rainy day test- 
ing on the barn floor is a little more 
troublesome but can be very success- 
fully accomplished by two persons as 
follows Jack the planter up ''over a 
blanket stretched tight on the floor so 
that the furrow openers will be about 
three inches above the blanket when 



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the depth lever is thrown forward. 
One man can then turn the drive 
wheel, trip the check arm and call out 
the number of kernels dropped, while 
the second person records the count. 
After each hill is dropped the kernels 
are brushed away by foot of the man 
turning the drive wheel. Glancing at 
the drop without recording the count 
simplifies the process but it is not 
an accurate method and should be 
avoided when possible. 

Accuracy of drop may be secured 
further by keeping the seed hoppers 
at least half full at all times. 

Blank Hills at the Ends of Rows 
Accuracy of drop depends also to 
some extent upon the speed of the 
valves. It sometimes happens that at 
one end of the row we will happen to 
stop the team just as the button on 
the check wire has begun to force 
the check arm. The valves work so 
slowly at such a time or stop at such 
a point that in some planters .the seed 
at the top of the boot drops clear 
through to the ground instead of be- 
ing intercepted at the bottom of the 
boot. Two hills drop at once, then, 
and when we have turned around 
there are no kernels at the lower 
valve ready for the first hill on the 
return trip. On some planters we 
may overcome the difficulty by foot 
dropping one hill while the team is 
turning. On other planters the only 
remedy is to stop sooner at the end 
of the row or to drive ahead at usual 
speed until the wire has released the 
check arm. 



Accuracy in Check 

Considerable attention is usually 
given to securing accurate checking, 
but a word regarding the adjustment 
will not be amiss. Accurate checking 
means possibility of closer cultivation 
and less loss by cultivating out hills. 
The manufacturer has found that un- 
der usual conditions the check wire 
will travel from one to three inches 
across the field, and inasmuch as the 
slack will always be ahead of the 
machine, he designs his planter to 
drop the hill at a distance behind the 
button equal to one-half the travel. 
On the return trip the hill is again 
dropped behind the button and thus 
the hills should check in spite of the 
wire travel. It can readily be seen 
then that if our shoes or furrow 
openers are Hropping nearer to or 
farther away from the button than 
half the wire travel, our system for 
securing good checking will be ma- 
terially interfered with and adjust- 
ments must be made at A in Fig. 1. 

This tongue adjustment will vary 
on the different makes of planters. 
On some it is at the rear end of the 
tongue, but it will be found on all 
the popular makes. As a rule the 
front frame of the planter should be 
run level, and it can be so run with a 
properly drawn check wire. But dif- 
ferent tensions on the wire drawn 
by different drivers may necessitate 
throwing the front frame slightly out 
of a horizontal position. If the 
planter drops too close to the button, 
make such tongue adjustment as will 




Tig. l. Vonffu* Adjustment to Secure Accurate Checking 

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A Spread Check Fork May Cause Stringing- 



drop the furrow openers back a little 
toward the wheels. To some extent 
tightening the check wire will accom- 
plish the same result in the check. 
Forcing the furrow openers a little 
ahead by means of the tongue adjust- 
ment will cause the hill to be dropped 
a little clo-e to the button, or having 
the check wire a little more slack will 
have the same result in the check. 
In testing for accuracy of check by 
digging up hills, select hills pretty 
close behind the planter. Adjusting 
the neckyoke straps will also affect 
the check. The adjustment shown in 
Fig. 1 is also a means of maintaining 
a good check when different heights 
of teams are used and when the dif- 
ference cannot be compensated for 
bv adjusting the neckyoke straps. 

Uniform tension in the check wire 
must be maintained if accurate check- 
ing is to result. Some drivers even 
go so far as to make allowance for 
the expansion and contraction of the 
check wire due to varying tempera- 



ture from day to day, but this is get- 
ting too particular to be practical. 
It is practical, however, where plant- 
ing is being done up c.nd down a 
slope, to pull the wire tighter when 
setting the high stake. 

Uniform Depth of Planting 

In planting over a rough field, a 
more uniform depth can often be se- 
cured by floating the furrow openers, 
but when this is done the operator 
should keep the openers under -foot 
control so that the shoes may be 
forced to their depth in dry spots and 
kept from planting too deep in moist, 
soft spots. There are a number of 
shoe gauges now on the market which 
attach to shoes to insure uniform 
depth when floating is desirable. Such 
attachments should prove valuable if 
properly used where the conditions 
demand. Stringing of the hill may 
be caused by (a) dirt in (he boot, and 
(b) by a spread check arm. Trouble 
from the first cause will probably be 



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due to the team having set back on 
the planter while the shoes were still 
in the ground. Clean out the boot 
bottom thoroughly and the rest of the 
remedy is obvious. Trouble (b) is 
less easily detected. If the check arm 
is spread as is shown at B in Fig. 2, 
the wire button will let go of the 
check arm before the valves have 
been forced wide open, to the result 
that the kernels will be strung out in 
the row rather than being dropped 
well together. By means of a ham- 
mer, drive the arm halves together to 
their original position, but in so doing 
care must be taken not to get the 
halves so closely together that bind- 
ing of the wire will result. The check 
arm halves can be left straight as 
shown at A in Fig. 2. Some opera- 
tors find that stringing is due to a 
badly worn shoe. If this is deter- 
mined to be the cause, new parts must 
usually be supplied. 

Clutch Troubles 

Clutches on the various planters 
differ so widely in design that no spe- 
cific rules can be given that would 
apply to all makes. Failure of the 
clutch to grip or release can often be 
overcome by thoroughly cleaning the 
parts, and if the striking forces are 
worn round, new parts may have to 
be secured. On most planters this 
means but slight expense and a little 
patience. 

Timing the Plate Rims 

Breakage may necessitate removal 
of the rim which drives the plate. 
This rim is timed with the pinion on 
the shaft which drives the plates from 
the clutch, and when the rim is re- 
placed on the machine the "time" must 
be re-established. If the plate rim is 
out of time with the pinion, inaccu- 
racy will result because the plate it- 
self will not stop at the proper time. 

On some machines the cog teeth of 
the rim and pinion are so marked or 
constructed that it is very easy to 
ascertain the proper relation between 
the two castings. Before removing 
the rim the operator should carefully 
seek any such guides so that he may 
know just how to replace the parts. 
If no guide is found on the arm and 
on the shaft pinion, make a mark on 
each by means of a cold chisel, and 
then in replacing parts bring- these 



two marks into the same relation to 
each other as at first. It sometimes 
happens that after replacing a rim or 
adding a new one, it breaks as soon 
as it revolves. This is due to non- 
timing. 

The question is often asked: "Is 
the disc furrow opener preferable to 
the ordinary shoe runner?" The sin- 
gle disc opener has better penetration 
than the shoe and will cut through 
trash to better advantage, but it 
throws the soil to one side and cover- 
ing is made more difficult. The dou- 
ble disc has less penetrating ability 
than the single disc, but covering can 
be more easily accomplished after it. 

In hard, trashy ground, then, the 
disc opener should prove preferable 
to the shoe opener, but in a well pre- 
pared seed bed, well free from surface 
trash, the shoe is strongly advocated 
because of its simplicity. The planter 
with disc openers cannot be consid- 
ered a heavy draft implement, but the 
discs carry bearings which must work 
in soil and one may always expect 
trouble with such a combination. 




MRS. LENA STEVENSON MANN 

Household Editor of 

Prairie Farmer 



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HOW TO MEND THE HAY ROPE 

By C. O. Reed, University of Illinois in Prairie Farmer. 

To repair a broken or badly weak- shown at A and B in Fig. 2. Take 

ened strand, complete the break as a strand about five feet long from a 

shown in Fig. 1 and unlay each end piece of rope exactly the same size 

of the strand back about 2 feet as as the hay rope, and lay it into the 




Tig. 1. A Broken Strand to Be Repaired. 




Fig. 2. Beady to Lay In the New Piece 




rig. 3. Starting to Lay In the New Strand in Repairing a Broken Strand 

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Pig 1 . 4. In laying- In the New Strand the Original Twist and Tension Must 

Be Maintained 




Fig-. 5. The New Strand Has Been Laid In Beady to be Secured at the Ends. 



place of the broken strand as shown 
in Figs. 3 and 4, great caution being 
taken to give the new strand its orig- 
inal twist and to draw it sufficiently 
tight, so that the old and new strands 
will have the same tension when the 
load is applied. We now have .the 
ends, as shown in Fig. 5. With each 
pair of ends, tie a simple knot, as 
shown in the upper rope in Fig. 6, 
caution being taken to avoid tying 
the knot shown in the lower half of 
the same picture. Pull the knots well 
down into the lay of the rope. Now 
weave each end in, always working 
from right to left in weaving, or at 
right angles to the twist or spiral. 
Work each end under the two 



strands, laying- next to the knot as 
with ends B and D in Fig. 7. Work 
the ends in a second time and then 
cut them off, leaving about a quarter 
of an inch extending out of the rope, 
as shown in Fig. 8. This completes 
the repairing of a broken strand. The 
rope will be stronger than its pre- 
vious dangerous condition, and if the 
repair is properly made, it will be 
hard to detect and will last as long 
as the rope is serviceable. 

If the hay rope is broken or breaks 
during the hay season, mend it with 
a long splice which can be quickly 
made with a little practice. The short 
splice should not be used in hay 
ropes. Proceed with the long splice 
as follows: 



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About 2Y-Z feet from the ends of 
the rope at the break, tie a piece of 
twine securely around the rope. Un- 
lay all three strands in each end back 
to the twines. Now bring the ends 
of the rope together securely so that 
each strand from one end lies alone 
between two strands of the other 
end, as shown in Fig. 9. Each strand 
from each end must now be paired 
with a corresponding strand from the 
other end, the strands of each pair 
standing in the same relation to each 
other as the strands in each other 
pair; for instance, in Fig. 9 strands 
3 and 5 are paired and the other re- 
maining strands must now be paired 
in exactly the same way. The proc- 
ess now consists of unlaying one 



strand of each two pairs and laying 
into its place its mate from the other 
rope. In other words, strand 5 in 
Fig. 9 is unlaid and strand 3 is laid 
into its place toward the reader's 
right. Then strand 2 from the left 
rope is unlaid and its mate, strand 6, 
is laid into its place toward our left. 
The third pair of strands remains in 
the center. Cut off each strand so 
that about five inches remains and 
we will then have the partially com- 
pleted splice, as shown in Fig. 10. 
With each pair of ends, tie a simple 
knot exactly as shown in the upper 
half of Fig. 6 and weave the ends in 
just as we did when repairing a 
broken strand above. In making the 
splice great care must be taken to 
keep the original twist in all strands 





fig. 6. Tying 1 Ends In Repairing- a Broken Strand and in the Long- Splice. 
The Upper Simple Knot Is Correct. The Lower Knot Is Wrong 




Fig. 7. Weave in the Ends a* at B and D 
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laid in, and in pulling each just tight - 
enough so that it will carry its one- 
third of the load. A properly made 
long splice is hard to detect except 
where the ends protrude. It does not 
increase the diameter of the rope, 
and is the only splice which should 
be used where the rope runs over 
pulleys. The lengths of long splices 
for ordinary farm ropes of different 
sizes should be as follows: 

% Inch rope 4 feet 

% inch rope 5 feet 

1 Inch rope 6 feet 

This means that each end to be 
spliced will be unlaid back only one- 
half these distances. The same dis- 
tances can be safely used for repair- 
ing broken strands where new strands 
are laid in. 

If you wish to "take the twist out" 
of a new rope before puting it into 
the hay rigging, tie one end of the 



rope to a light wagon and drag the 
rope about a meadow for twenty min- 
utes or so, drawing it sharply around 
a tree or post if possible. This treat- 
ment will lessen objectionable twist- 
ing and snarling, so troublesome with 
new ropes. Do not drag the rope 
out on a dirt road, as is often done. 
It is hardly necessary to caution the 
wise driver to turn his fork team al- 
ternately to the right and to the left 
to avoid twisting the hay rope. 



H. G. Brunning of Mason county, 
111., who has had considerable experi- 
ence with alfalfa on sandy lands, says 
that when he seeds alfalfa again he 
will not use a nurse crop, as on light, 
sandy soils the young alfalfa plants 
need all the plant food they can get 
and should not be robbed by the nurse 
crop. 




Tig. 8. The Repair Completed 




Fig-. 9. Starting" the Long Splice 




10. Beady to Tie the Knots in the Long- Splice. Ends 1, 2 and 3 Arc 
from Rope A. Ends 4, 5 and 6 Are from Rope B 



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LIVESTOCK FARMER'S MEDICINE CHEST 



By Dr. A. S. Alexander in Prairie Farmer. 



When a farmer can employ a com- 
petent graduate veterinarian at rea- 
sonable expense it always is best to 
do se, and in all serious cases such 
expert help should be used even if 
the expense will be considerable. 
Unfortunately it is not always pos- 
sible to find such an expert or he may 
live at such a distance that an ordinary 
or trivial case will not warrant the 
expense of his employment, or the 
nearest veterinarian may not be a 
properly qualified practitioner, or is 
one in whom the stockman has no 
confidence. 

For these reasons every owner of 
animals should keep some simple 
remedies on hand, and these are nec- 
essary even on farms where profes- 
sional assistance can readily be had. 
It should be understood, however, 
that the untrained farmer should not 
attempt the administration of strong 
poisons, alkaloids and many prepara- 
tions used hypodermically by a gradu- 
ate veterinarian. Such preparations 
are extremely dangerous in the hands 
of the layman and are liable to do 
much more harm than good. The 
trained surgeon also should be de- 
pended upon for all major operations. 

A cupboard may be set apart for 
storing medicines in a cool, dry place 
and where freezing will not occur in 
winter. A glass graduate and scales 
will be necessary for measuring and 
weighing medicines. Powdered drugs 
should be kept in tightly closed glass 
fruit jars and should be plainly labeled. 
They may soon lose their strength if 
exposed to the air. Poisons should 
b kept on a separate part of a shelf 
^partitioned off for the purpose and 
'away from simple, harmless drugs. 
Ointments, with the exception of fly 
blister, should be made up fresh at 
time of use. Liniment may be pre- 
pared and kept indefinitely if well 
corked. > 

The medicine case should also have 
a special division in which to keep a 
few instruments, bandages, suture silk 



and absorbent cotton; or better still, 
these may be kept in a handbag k.- f 
immediate use as required. The 
emergency bag should contain a roll 
of absorbent cotton, several rolled 
three-yard bandages of unbleached 
muslin in strips three inches wide, a 
pound or two of oakum, a spool of 
strong suture silk, half a dozen suture 
needles of assorted shapes and sizes, 
most of them large; a half-ounce, 
short-barreled, strong-nozzled hard 
rubber syringe, a two-ounce metal 
syringe, a cow trocar and canula for 
tapping a bloated animal, a pair of 
curved shears, a combination operat- 
ing knife containing a curved bistoury, 
a probe pointed bistoury and a strong 
straight scalpel, a few milking tubes 
and a teat bistoury, an artery forceps, 
metal probe, castrating knife and pair 
of horse clippers. 

These will suffice, but there are 
many other useful instruments such 
as a clinical thermometer, horse tro- 
car, catheter and dentistry "float," 
which may be added from time to 
time. Some of. the medicines to be 
listed later may also have a place in 
the emergency kit or bag, notably 
those needed for the treatment of 
wounds, and at hand should be a 
strong quart drenching bottle and ten 
feet of quarter-inch cotton rope with 
which to hold up a horse's head for 
drenching. A veterinary force pump 
is added on a large farm, but its place 
may be taken by three feet of new 
lawn sprinkling hose fitted with a 
large tin funnel. This is used to give 
a horse or cow a rectal injection. 
There should also be a six-foot piece 
of new half-inch rubber tubing for 
use in giving a cow or mare a vaginal 
injection. 

Simple necessary medicines may 
best be listed under the following 
special heads: 

Physics. 

Epsom and Glauber Salts. Average 
dose for an adult cow, one pound in 



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three pints of warm water. Dose for 
a horse, 12 ounces. 

Castor Oil. Especially useful for 
young animals. Dose for a calf or 
foal, from 1 to 6 tablespoonfuls 
shaken up in milk. 

Raw Linseed Oil (not boiled, which 
is poisonous). Average dose, one pint 
for constipation and to follow a dose 
of colic medicine, or contain medicine 
for colic. 

Barbados Aloes (freshly powdered). 
Average dose, one ounce, to be given 
to an adult horse as a "physic ball." 

Wound Medicines. 

Keep in stock one pint each of car- 
bolic acid and coal tar disinfectant and 
a gallon can of the latter for dipping 
and disinfecting purposes. Two tea- 
spoonfuls to a pint of water ordinarily 
makes a sufficiently strong solution. 
Bleeding is stopped by applying Mon- 
sel's solution of iron on oakum or 
cotton batting, or applying Monsel's 
powder. As a wound lotion also keep 
on hand a mixture of one ounce of 
sugar of lead and six drams of sul- 
phate of zinc in one pint of water. 
This is called "white lotion" and 
should be plainly labeled "poison" and 
well shaken before use. 

Dusting Powders. 

A dusting powder of equal parts of 
slacked lime, charcoal and sulphur is 
useful for application to surface 
wounds and sores. Boracic acid also 
is needed and a little iodoform may 
be added to keep flies away. 

Liniments. 

Keep on hand a pint (pound) each 
of turpentine and aqua ammonia. 
One ounce each of these mixed with 
a pint of soft water, in which two 
raw eggs have been shaken up and 
the mixture left for 24 hours, will 
make a good stimulating liniment; or 
one ounce of each may be mixed with 
6 to 14 ounces of raw linseed oil to 
make a very strong or comparatively 
mild liniment. 

Lotions. 

"White lotion" for wounds has al- 
ready been mentioned. Equal quan- 
tities of lime water and raw linseed 
oil make "carron oil," an excellent 
lotion for burns. Two to four ounces 
of Goulard's extract and one to two 
ounces of glycerine in one quart of 



soft water form a useful lotion for 
scratches and mud fever of itchiness 
and "gumminess" of the legs. A good 
lotion for inflammation of the udder 
is made by mixing together one part 
each of fluid extracts of poke root and 
belladonna leaves and one part of tur- 
pentine with five parts of sweet oil, 
melted lard or camphorated oil. It is 
made weaker or stronger as required. 
Anodyne lotion for painful swellings 
is made by combining equal quantities 
of tinctures of opium, aconite, bella- 
donna and druggists' soap liniment. 
A small quantity of chloroform may 
be added. Mouth lotion consists of 
an ounce of powdered borax or alum 
in a quart of soft water; eye lotion of 
half a dram each of sulphate of zinc 
and fluid extract of belladonna in a 
quart of soft water. 

Tonics. 

Fowler's solution of arsenic is a 
good general tonic for rundown, thin, 
hidebound horses and those afflicted 
with chronic skin diseases or heaves 
(broken wind). The average dose is 
half an ounce (one tablespoonful) 
given night and morning until one 
quart has been given. The medicine 
may then be gradually discontinued, 
taking at least a week to the work. 
Dried sulphate of iron (copperas), 
dose one dram night and morning, is 
another good tonic, commonly com- 
bined with an equal dose of ground 
gentian root or ginger root, nux 
vomica, saltpeter and fenugreek as a 
condition powder. The dose is one 
tablespoonful of the combination of 
drugs mixed in the feed night and 
morning for ten days. Omit sulphate 
of iron for pregnant animals. Nux is 
poisonous and must therefore be given 
with care. It is most useful as a 
nerve tonic and appetizer. 

Colic Medicines. 

Keep in stock one pound each of 
laudanum (dose, 1 to 2 ounces); es- 
sence of ginger root (dose, 1 to 2 
drams) ; sulphuric acid (dose, % to 1 
ounce) ; turpentine (dose, 1 to 2 
ounces); granular hpyosulphite of 
soda (dose, 1 to 4 ounces). A dose of 
each of the first three medicines in a 
pint of water containing two ounces 
of hpyosulphite of soda will prove 
effective for most colics. Two ounces 
of turpentine in a pint of raw linseed 
oil may be given for "wind" (flatulent) 



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colic, or following the other medicine 
when the pain of "cramp" (spasmodic) 
colic has subsided. 

Fever Medicines. 

Powdered saltpeter is an important 
drug for animals. It is given in the 
fever of influenza, founder (laminitis) 
or lymphangitis (milk leg, also for 
stocking of the legs and other large 
swellings. A dram is the average 
dose. Give it every four or six hours 
in fever, twice daily for swellings, or 
with tonics as a condition powder, and 
in double doses for founder or milk 
leg. Do not give it in colt distemper, 
when abscesses are forming. It may 
often be administered in drinking 
water or a bran mash or damp feed. 
It also is given in tablespoonful doses 
once or twice daily for garget of the 
cow. Beware of aconite often given 
for fever. It is too dangerous a poison 
to be safely used by anyone other than 
a trained doctor. 

Blister. 

An effective blistering ointment is 
made by melting together three parts 
of lard and one-quarter part of finely 
shaved yellow beeswax, and then 
stirring in one part of powdered can- 
tharides (Spanish fly). Stir in a tin 
dish until cold, then store in a capped 
glass fruit jar. It improves with age. 
When using this blister clip off the 
hair, wash ahe skin clean, dry it per- 
fectly. Tie the horse up short in his 
stall, rub the blister in for fifteen 
minutes and then smear on some more 
blister. Wash the blister off in 48 
hours and then apply a little lard 
daily. Do not cover a blistered part, 
or rub it on the loins, or on top of 
the hips, or use it after a poultice, or 
on irritated skin, or in very hot or 
cold weather. 

Absorbents. 

Never be without tincture of iodine 
to swab on swollen glands, tumors, 
forming abscesses, ' bony growths, 
capped or puffed joints, indolent sores 
or wounds, canker of the mouth in 
pigs and ringworm spots. It also is 
useful to inject into abscesses fistula 
and lump jaw cavities. Iodine oint- 
ment is made by mixing one dram 
each of iodine crystals and iodide of 
potash in one ounce of lard. This is 
used on swellings, sore necks and 
shoulders, puffs of all sorts, tumors, 



forming 1 abscesses, ringworm spots 
and enlargements of the udder.** As 
an absorbent blister rub up one dram 
of biniodide of mercury with two 
ounces of the fly blister already men- 
tioned and use on bony growths, such 
as splints and ringbone, callouses, 
indolent sores, tumors of the udder. 

Worm Medicines. 

Gasoline is kept on most farms and 
in tablespoonful doses in six ounces of 
milk is the best remedy for, stomach 
worms in sheep. Lambs take less in 
proportion. Two ounces of turpen- 
tine in a pint of raw linseed oil is 
effective as a starting dose for a 
"wormy horse." Follow with worm 
powders composed of equal parts of 
salt, sulphur and dried sulphate of 
'ron. Dose, one tablespoonful night 
and morning for a week, then skip ten 
days and repeat. Omit iron for preg- 
nant animals. For worms of swine 
give one teaspoonful of turpentine in 
slop for three consecutive days for 
each eighty pounds of body weight; 
or one dram of dried sulphate of iron 
in slop for five successive mornings 
for each hundred pounds of body 
weight. Where swine are known to 
be seriously infested with worms, give 
eight grains of santonin and five 
grains of calomel in a little slop for 
each hundred pounds of body weight. 
Divide the pigs into lots of five and 
give the medicine in a little slop after 
starving the animals for eighteen 
hours. Care must be taken to give 
only the doses here prescribed, else 
damage may be done. 

Disinfectants. 

In the paragraph on wound medi- 
cines it has been advised to keep car- 
bolic acid and coal tar disinfectant in 
stock. To these may be added for- 
maldehyde, bichloride of mercury 
tablets and permanganate of potash 
crystals. In disinfecting a stable a 
solution of four or five ounces of for- 
maldehyde to the gallon, or a 1-1,000 
of bichloride of mercury (corrosive 
sublimate) or a 1-30 solution of car- 
bolic acid or coal tar disinfectant 
should be used after a thorough clean- 
sing of the premises. For wounds a 
1-1,000 solution of corrosive sublimate 
also is the most effective disinfectant 
and a 1-500 solution should bemused 
for disinfecting when a spore-form- 
ing germ, like that of anthrax, is pres- 



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ent. Permanganate of potash is a 
useful mild disinfectant (antiseptic 
and deodorizer) in a 1-5,000 to a 1-50 
solution. The weaker solution is used 
lukewarm for vaginal injection pur- 
poses, while the 2 per cent solution is 
useful for injection into cavities from 
which come bad-smelling discharges 
and for swabbing sores (cankers) of 
the mouth. As a wound lotion it is 
usual to employ a 2 to 5 per cent 
solution of carbolic acid, or lysol, or 
coal tar disinfectant. Carbolic acid 
is also much used as an internal disin- 
fectant in contagious abortion. Two 
drams of the acid is well diluted with 
water and mixed in soft feed for each 
pregnant cow every other night 
throughout pregnancy. Peroxide of 
hydrogen one part and clean water 
two or three parts is a popular dis- 
infectant for cleansing foul wounds. 
Scour Medicines. 

The farm medicine chest would not 
be completely stocked without some 
remedies for diarrhoea or scours. A 
mixture of one part of salol and two 
parts of bismuth (first prescibed years 
ago by the writer) has become a 
standard remedy among farmers. The 
average dose is one teaspoonful given 
two or three times a day and washed 
down with milk or water. The dose 
may be doubled in bad cases and for 
larger calves and foals. Prepared 
chalk, powdered alum, sulphur, pow- 
dered catechu, rhubarb and ginger 
root are also much used for diarrhoea. 
Administering Medicines. 

Small doses of liquid medicine, such 
as the average two-ounce dose of a 
fever medicine or tonic solution, are 
best given by means of a half-ounce 
hard rubber syringe. Expert veteri- 
narians sometimes give such medicines 
or bad-tasting drugs in gelatine cap- 
sules, or in form of a "ball." Worm, 
condition and tonic powders are 
mixed in damp grain feed. A large 
dose of liquid medicine is termed a 
"drench" and is given from a strong, 
long-necked bottle. A few inches of 
rubber hose may be fitted on the neck 
of such a bottle. 

To drench a horse, back him into a 
tall, place a running noose of soft, 
small cotton rope or "clothes line" 
upon the upper incisor teeth, under 
the upper lip, and draw the noose 
tight, with the knot of the rope to 



the front Throw the loose end of 
the rope across an overhead beam, 
raise the horse's head, hold it there 
by means of the rope and pour the 
medicine into the mouth a little at a 
time until all is swallowed. Do not 
squeeze the throat of the horse when 
giving medicine and never pour the 
medicine into the nostril. If the horse 
will not swallow, pour a teaspoonful 
of cold water into a nostril and swal- 
lowing will instantly occur. 

To drench a cow, place her in a 
stanchion or tie her in a stall. Walk 
up on her right side (milking side). 
Pass the left hand across her face and 
into her mouth. Hold her head in a 
straight line forward and slightly ele- 
vated, not turned to one side. Pour 
the medicine very slowly into the 
right side of the mouth. Let the 
head down instantly if the medicine 
causes the cow (or horse) to cough. 
Fluid given too fast passes into the 
paunch and is practically wasted. 
Administered slowly, it largely goes 
to the third and fourth stomachs and 
absorption takes place in the latter. 

Sheep have to be very carefully 
drenched from a bottle to avoid chok- 
ing. Swine take medicine through a 
hole cut in the toe of an old shoe 
thrust into the mouth or from a short, 
strong rubber hose fitted in the neck 
of a strong bottle. Dogs take medi- 
cine in capsules inserted in meat or 
from a bottle or spoon emptied into 
a pouch formed of the lip and cheek. 

Avoid "doping" animals unneces- 
sarily. Medicine should only be given 
when the animal is sick, should be 
the right medicine, and is best pre- 
scribed by an expert. 

VALUE OF LABOR 

The United States Department of 
Agriculture found in 1855 that it re- 
quired four hours and 34 minutes of 
human labor to produce a bushel of 
corn. At the Minnesota experiment 
station it has been found recently that 
45 minutes of human labor is about 
the average time required for the same 
work. In other words, human labor is 
worth six times as much as it was 60 
years ago, due to the use of better 
machinery, better varieties of corn 
and better soil management. 



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SOME COMMON UNSOUNDNESSES 

By Dr. A. S. Alexander, in Prairie Farmer 



TAKE nothing for granted when 
buying a horse. One should 
make sure about doubtful things. 
If the eye cannot decide the mat- 
ter the hand may be employed to 
corroborate or disprove; but the eye 
should be the main dependence 
and the hand used only as a last 
resort. An Irishman does not like 
to buy a pig "in a poke." He 
wants to see and examine the "rint 
payer" and may even make the animal 
squeal to be sure that he is getting 
his money's worth. In just the same 
way one must make the most careful 
examination of every part of a horse, 
"size up" the entire combination of 
points and make sure that there is 
lack of vice, soundness of eyes, wind 
and limb, and perfect fitness for the 
special kind of work the animal will 
have to do. 

A famous veterinary teacher once 
called upon his senior students to ex- 
amine a lame horse and state in writ- 
ing what they thought was the cause 
of lameness. The horse had a splint, 



one sidebone and a small ringbone 
affecting the lame leg. To one or 
other of these three unsoundnesses 
each student in turn attributed the 
lameness. But one learns best by 
making mistakes and this truth was 
soon "rubbed in" by the teacher. 
Having collected the reports he told 
the smith who was standing by,, to. 
remove the shoe from the lame foot. 
Then a majority of the students no- 
ticed for the first time that the sole 
of the foot was covered with a thick 
leather pad. When the leather came 
off pus spurted from a nail prick 
wound which had been purposely hid- 
den. Lameness was due to the nail 
prick, not to splint, ringbone or side- 
bone, and the laugh was on the 
"boys." Never again would one of 
them be similarly caught and so a 
never - to - be - forgotten lesson was 
learned. Every intending purchaser 
should learn this lesson, too, and be 
a "doubting Thomas" until his hand's 
have felt where the eyes could not 
definitely decide a mooted point. 





Splint 



Curb 



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,Seek- to deal with men of known 
integrity in business. If not expert, 
and the horse to be bought is a dear 
one, it will be good policy to employ 
a veterinarian to make a critical ex- 
amination. Better visit the stable 
when not expected and see the horse 
in the stall. There some things can 
be learned that will not be seen when 
the horse is warmed up. You should 
be able to enter and leave the stall 
on the left side of the horse, without 
being received with a bite or expelled 
with a kick. Note, too, if the horse 
digs a hole in the floor by pawing, or 
chews his manger and hay rack, which 
may indicate cribbing and wind suck- 
ing, or weaves from side to side, or 
pulls back on_the halter. Make him 
"stand over" and note if he jerks up a 
hind leg, or hops over. The hopping 
may indicate spavin lameness, which 
quickly disappears when the horse is 
warmed up. 

The jerking up of a hind leg may be 
accompanied by quivering of muscles 
and tail and such a horse is a "shiv- 
erer" or "crampy" and afflicted with 
incurable St. Vitus' dance. The symp- 
toms of the latter disease become 
more apparent as the horse backs out 
of the stall, but quickly subside with 
slight exercise. If the animal has 
"string halt" the jerking up of the 
hind legs is continued as long as the 
horse is in motion, he does not warn? 
out of it. When a horse is brought 
put for inspection "on a run" or "dead 
jump" it is impossible to detect spavin 
lameness or chorea and even string 
halt may not be noticed. This will be 
more certainly the case if the horse 
is turned loose in deep snow, or 
plowed land, or in a straw bedded pad- 
dock. This commonly is done. Some- 
times an old plug that has scarcely 
animation enough to get out of its 
own way will kick up, strut and trot, 
proud as a peacock, when suddenly 
the halter shank, previously cut part 
way through, breaks and the old pil- 
grim imagines he has broken loose by 
his own great strength. This trick is 
often tried. Never allow the dealer 
to keep the horse "in the air." 

After making an examination in the 
stall, watch the horse for a while as 
he stands at ease on a level floor. 
Maybe he cannot stand at ease. If a 
foot hurts, soon that foot will be 
thrust forward; if two hurt each will 



be advanced turn about; if four hurt 
the horse will rest each foot in turn. 
And do not forget to walk around the 
horse that every part may meet the 
eye. Often one side is a pretty pic- 
ture, the other marred. See both 
sides, for often the animal is turned 
toward the wall if an eye is out, a big 
bare spot present or some unsound- 
ness there that had best be kept hid- 
den. A "watch" or "wall" eye can 
see, but it is unsightly. The tour of 
inspection around the horse discloses 
all such blemishes. 

Remember about not buying a pig 
in a poke, so remove the blanket from 
all fancy harness and see that the 
halter has no springs and trusses to 
press down upon the nostrils to pre- 
vent high blowing and "roaring." 
Many a man has neglected to remove 
a horse's hood before buying and af- 
terward has discovered that it hid a 
cropped, lopped, or split ear, fistula 
of the base of the ear, a "poll evil" 
or some unsightly blemish. 

Don't get too close to the horse 
when making the preliminary exam- 
ination. Ex-Governor Hoard, of Wis- 
consin, once said that in farm business 
matters a man may hold a cent piece 
so close to his eye that it keeps him 
from seeing a big silver dollar a little 
further off. So if one rushes up and 
grabs a foot, before viewing what the 
French term the tout ensemble the 
assemblage of all points he misses 
the comprehensive estimate of the 
horse as a whole and that is of most 
importance. When one has looked 
the horse over from a little distance 
and from all points of view and has 
seen how the animal stands and be- 
haves it will be time enough to scru- 
tinize each component part of his an- 
atomy. First we shall see him move 
away and back, at a walk, then at a 
trot, and finally we shall gallop him. 
Be there when he stops and so decide 
as to the soundness of his "wind." 
It is not enough to test the "wind" 
by standing the horse close to a wall 
and suddenly threatening to strike 
him with a whip. The sudden fright 
may cause the animal to grunt loudly, 
but this does not necessarily prove 
that such a "bull" is unsound in wind. 

Many sound horses grunt when so 
threatened, or even when one goes to 
mount. In the latter instances it is a 
nervous "expression" and nothing 



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Sidebone 



Spavin 



serious. When watching the horse at 
rest one should note that he does 
not heave at the flanks, cough or pass 
gas from the rectum. These are the 
symptoms of "heaves"; but the 
"heavey" horse may be "shut" or 
"doped" with drugs so that tempo- 
rarily the symptoms do not show. 
Usually they will quickly appear if 
the horse is given all the hay and 
water he wants and then is galloped. 
Roaring sometimes is temporarily re- 
lieved by plugging the nostrils with 
a sponge or squeezed half lemon. 
Discharge is also prevented by this 
means. It is best to locate these at 
once than have them sneezed into 
the feed box when the horse is yours. 
At both walk and trot the horse 
should go straight, level and true, 
each joint perfectly fixed, the soles of 
the feet well turned up, as he goes 
away, and no "padding," "winging," 
in or put, "forging," stumbling or toe 
dragging noticeable. Lameness 

should be absent. If the horse passes 
muster when in motion and his style, 
action and conformation are suitable, 
he next may be critically examined 
as he stands at rest. He should stand 
square and firm on each foot. The 
profile of the front and back of each 
leg should show no abnormal bends, 
curves, puffs, swellings, or lumps. If 
any one of these things is seen its 
nature will have to be carefully deter- 
mined. The eyes should be sound and 
of the same color. The pupils should 



dilate in the dark and contract when 
the horse is brought into the light. 
Angular, wrinkled eyebrows and 
sunken eyes denote previous attacks 
of "moon blindness" (periodic oph- 
thalmia). "Smoky" or "opaque," or 
"pearl grey," or "curdy" appearance 
of the cornea (anterior chamber of the 
eye) denote more serious stages of the 
disease or blindness from cataract or 
glaucoma. A brilliant sparkling 
prominent eye (glassy eye") may be 
stone blind from paralysis of the ret- 
ina and optic nerve. The ears should 
neither be absolutely unused, nor ab- 
normally active. The former may in- 
dicate deafness; the latter, impaired 
vision, nervousness or vice. 

See that a thread from ear to ear 
under the forelock, does not keep lop 
ears upright and that a leaden ball, 
suspended from a thread in the ear, is 
not preventing undue motion. The 
horse should let one handle his ears, 
his poll (back of ears), the top of the 
neck, where the color will bear, and 
the withers, where fistulous openings 
or their scars so commonly are found. 
Fighting against such handling indi- 
cates a reason for fear and the rea- 
son usually is that a twitch has been 
used on the ear and the horse may be 
hard to shoe, have sore neck from 
the collar, poll evil or fistulous with- 
ers, or have suffered a previous opera- 
tion for such disease. 

Handle each part upon which har- 
ness will have to bear and see that 



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it is sound and free from sores, tu- 
mors or abcesses. The nostrils should 
be large, under command of the will, 
rosy pink inside, not slit and free 
from abnormal discharge. See that 
the breath does not smell foul and 
that the teeth are sound and the jaws 
not under or over "short." Examine 
the back. It should be strong, broad, 
straight, free from sores and well 
muscled. Pinching the loins is un- 
necessary. A ticklish horse will squat 
when so handled but the test does not 
detect weak kidneys. Note that the 
ribs are well sprung, the underline 
fairly straight, the abdomen capacious, 
the flank not tucked up and the 
coupling short and strong. See that 
no wounds or abscesses are present 
high up on the right flank, as the re- 
sult of tapping for flatulant colic. 
With the left hand on the horse's loin, 
as a support, stoop and examine 
sheath, or udder as the case may be, 
and other parts high up in the groins. 
, Examine the tail, which should be 
strong, not artificial ("joined on") and 
not rubbed bare from itchiness. Lift 
it and see that the black skin below 
is free from tumors, the anus clean, 
well pursed up, free from scurvy sub- 
stances or streaks of mucous; or, in 
the mare, that the space between rec- 
tum and vulva is intact and that no 
discharge comes from the latter. 
Looking from the rear, compare one 
hip with the other. If one is "knocked 
down" that side will be steep. At each 
side of the tail is the tuberosity of the 
ischium. Like the point of the hip 
(ilium) this often is fractured, leaving 
one side depressed. All parts of the 
shoulders, neck, barrel and hindquar- 
ters should be smoothly and deeply 
covered with sound muscles. 

Now _ examine each hoof. Cracks, 
rings, ridges and mealiness should be 
absent, frogs and bars prominent, 
soles slightly concave, heels wide, cor- 
onets (hoof heads) open and strong, 
hoofs waxy, smooth and ample in size. 
Object to a horse that has steep nar- 
row heels with a deep cleft in frog, 
also one that has chronic corns, 
chronic thrush, "dropped" (convex) 
soles, or hoof walls showing toe or 
quarter cracks. 

Make sure that the elbows are free 
from hard or soft tumors or abcesses 
called "shoe boils" and that the knees 



are free from hairless scars and are 
straight, wide, deep and strong. All 
joints should be large, clean, bony 
and strong. This is of the greatest 
importance. The joints cannot be too 
large so long as the size is made up of 
large, clean, sound bones, ligaments 
and tendons. Beware of puffs, meati- 
ness and bony growths which give 
the wrong sort of size. The knees 
should have perfect flexion, no matter 
what work the horse has to do. They 
should not be bent forward (buck 
knees) nor bent backward (calf 
knees). Splints close to the knee are 
serious; but low down, on an adult 
horse, they are practically harmless, 
unless struck by a shoe. Splints, ring- 
bones and spavins are bony excres- 
censes. Splints come on the cannon 
bones, along the course of the splint 
bones (small metacarpals and metatar- 
sals). 

Ringbones are found high, medium 
or low, on the long pastern, and often 
involve the short pasterns. Bone 
spavins are found at the lower, front, 
inner aspect of the hock joints. Bog 
spavins are soft bursal distensions of 
the hock joints, above and in front 
of the seat of bone spavins. Thoro- 
pins are bursal distensions seen at the 
sides of the hocks, towards the rear 
and when pressed on one side bulge 
out on the opposite side. "Wind 
galls" are similar puffs in connection 
with the tendons at and just above 
the fetlock joints. A curb appears as 
a hard enlargement giving a rounded 
bulging contour to the profile of the 
back of the hock joint, looking from 
the side. 

Splints are most easily seen by 
standing in front of the horse, then 
examining further by feeling the parts 
involved, first with the foot standing 
down firm, then with it off the ground. 
Ringbones are best seen from a side 
view of the profile of the long pas- 
tern. The hand may have to help in 
their detection. To examine for spav- 
ins look between the forelegs at the 
inner, lower profile of each hock. The 
hard "knob* on one hock probably 
will prove to be a bone spavin. A 
small spavin is called a "jack" and it 
is apt to prove serious and grow to 
be a large spavin. Spavin may also 
be detected from a quartering 1 view 
of the hock, or fro;n the rear. 



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CARE OF HORSES 

From Prairie Farmer. 

Here are a few rules prepared by 
the Boston Work Horse Relief Asso- 
ciation that may as well be observed 
on the farm as in the city: 

Load lightly, and drive slowly. 

Stop in the shade if possible. 

Water your horse as often as pos- 
sible. So long as a horse is working, 
water in small quantities will not hurt 
him. But let him drink only a few 
swallows if he js going to stand still. 
Do not fail to water him at night after 
he has eaten his hay. 

When he comes in after work, 
sponge off the harness marks and 
sweat, his eyes, his nose, and mouth, 
and the dock. Wash his feet, but not 
his legs. 

If the thermometer is 75 degrees or 
higher, wipe him all over with a damp 
sponge. Use vinegar water if possible. 
Do net turn the hose on him. 

Saturday night, give a bran mash, 
lukewarm; and add a tablespoonful of 
saltpeter. 

If the horse is overcome by heat, 
get him into the shade, remove har- 
ness and bridle, wash out his mouth, 
sponge him all over, shower his legs, 
and give him two ounces of aromatic 
spirits of ammonia, or two ounces of 
sweet spirits of nitre, in a pint of 
water; or give him a pint of coffee, 
warm. Cool his head at once, using 
cold water, or, if necessary, .chopped 
ice, wrapped in a cloth. 

If the horse is off his feed, try him 
with two quarts of oats mixed with 
bran and a little water, and add a little 
salt or sugar. Or give him oatmeal 
gruel or barley water to drink. 

Watch your horse. If he stops 
sweating suddenly, or if he breathes 
short and quick, or if his ears droop, 
or if he stands with his legs braced 
sideways, he is in danger of a heat or 
sun stroke and needs attention at 
once. 

If it is so hot that the horse sweats 
in the stable at night, tie him outside, 
with bedding under him. Unless he 
cools off during the night, he cannot 
well stand the next day's heat. 



SOLDERING 

By P. O. Barnfield, in Prairie Farmer. 

Soldering is so simple and is use- 
ful in so many different ways that one 
naturally supposes every farmer would 
have a soldering outfit if he thought 
he could use it to advantage. On 
this supposition I beg to offer some 
suggestions which have come from 
actual experience. 

No special ability or experience is 
required. It is, of course, true that 
deftness and accurancy naturally fol- 
low experience, but good results will 
as surely follow if one will keep the 
following points in mind. 

The soldering outfit consists of a 
soldering copper (good size, not un- 
der two pounds), a bar of half and 
half solder, a piece of salammoniac, 
and a small bottle of muriatic acid 
with a small brush for applying. 

Heat the soldering copper not red 
hot but about the same as a flat iron 
would be heated for ironing clothes, 
wipe off the dust on a rag, take a 
file and rub the surface at the point 
till copper is clean and bright, then 
press the hot copper down the sal- 
ammoniac till it makes a depression. 
Place the end of the bar of solder 
in this depression and with the cop- 
per melt off two or three drops of 
solder. Remove the bar and rub the 
copper hard into the depression, but 
not so as to push the solder out over 
the edge. Keep this up till the cop- 
per is well coated with a smooth 
bright coat resembling tin. You are 
now ready for business. Remove 
every particle of dirt from the parts 
intended to be soldered. Usually it 
is necessary to scrape the surface with 
a knife or file if greasy or very dirty, 
and then with a small brush apply 
the muriatic acid. Rub the surface 
with the brush to remove particles. 
Now rub surface to be soldered with 
the hot copper, using solder as de- 
sired. If the solder stands in globules 
and does not spread over the surface 
it is because there is some foreign 
matter between the solder and the sur- 
face and the cleaning process should 
be repeated with more care. f 

Solder will stick to almost any kind 
of metal if there is no foreign matter 
on the surface. Since the parts of a 



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copper under the tinned surface are 
easily . melted, it should never be 
heated to a red heat. ; 

In mending granitewear or copper, a 
copper harness rivet or a tinner's 
rivet may be inserted after cleaning 
the surface around the hole. Get the 



boys started to makinj measures and 
buckets, funnels and flue caps. Ask 
that these be made a specific size and 
see how quickly they will grapple with 
problems in mensuration. It also 
might keep them out of town some 
evenings. 



HOW TO JUDGE TRACTOR HORSEPOWER 



From Prairie Farmer. 



Nearly everyone knows the defini- 
tion of a "horsepower" as given in 
school arithmetics, etc., namely, "the 
power required to raise a weight of 
33,000 pounds to a height of 1 foot rn 
one minute." As this is a definite, 
fixed unit of power, one would natur- 
ally suppose that the horsepower rat- 
ings of two tractors would be a 
logical and reliable means of compar- 
ing their ability to perform work; 
that a tractor rated at 30 horsepower 
on the drawbar would be twice as 
powerful and capable of doing twice 
as much work as one rated at 15 
horsepower on the drawbar, for ex- 
ample. This supposition would be 
correct but for the fact that there has 
been no definite standard used in 
ascertaining the horsepower devel- 
oped by tractors and the percentage 
of the power actually developed 
which should be taken for their 
catalogue rating. The various manu- 
facturers have followed their own 
judgment in the matter, and as a re- 
sult several methods of rating are 
being used, with a consequent lack of 
uniformity. 

It is because of this fact that at the 
present time it is quite common to 
find two tractors doing practically the 
same amount of work and clearly of 
about equal power although with 
widely different catalog ratings. It 
is obvious that either the outfit with a 
low catalog rating has been under- 
rated by its manufacturer or that the 
second machine has been overrated, 
or perhaps both have occurred. It 
would seem advisable, therefore, that 
steps be taken to bring about a stand- 
ard rule for ascertaining and desig- 
nating the horsepower of tractors. It 
is not so important, perhaps, what 
particular method is followed so long 
as the' same method is used by aTI 
manufacturers, thus avoiding having 
machines of the same power given 
such varying ratings. 



27 



A movement is already on foot in 
the department to bring about the 
adoption of some standard. Until one 
has been decided upon and adopted, 
it is suggested that farmers, in com- 
paring different makes of tractors, 
should give particular attention to the 
number of plows pulled and the 
amount of work done by the various 
machines, and that less attention be 
paid to the catalog ratings. 

When outfits can be seen working 
side by side, as at the tractor dvrnion- 
strations which are being held 
throughout the country, the amount 
of work done is of more value in 
comparing the relative power than are 
the manufacturers' ratings, unless ex- 
actly the same method has been used 
in each case. 

It is obvious that two tractors- 
each pulling the same number of 
plows of equal size, at equal depth, 
in the same soil, and each moving at 
the same speed are exerting practi- 
cally equal amounts of power on the 
drawbar. In such case, if each is pull- 
ing its normal load, they should have 
the same drawbar rating. It is not 
at all uncommon, however, as previ- 
ously stated, to find tractors under 
such conditions with widely different, 
ratings. By using as a standard the 
amount of work done by different 
tractors therefore a very fair com- . 
parison of the drawbar horsepower 
can be obtained. With this known, 
a good idea of the power of the motor 
can be gained. If in the case just 
mentioned, one of the machines was 
considerably heavier than the other, 
it is apparent that it would require 
more power to move its own weight 
and that it would therefore not be 
capable of exerting on the drawbar 
as large a percentage of the motor's 
total power as would the other ma- 
chine, assuming that the loss of 
power through gears, etc., in the 
transmission was the same. It natur- 
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heaviest machine would develop more 
power on the belt than would the one 
on the lighter outfit. 

The terms "brake" or "belt" horse- 
power mean exactly the same thing 
and are used to denote the amount of 
power which the engine will develop 
and transmit to a belt for stationary 
work, such as threshing. This amount 
of power may be computed by differ- 
ent formulas or may be ascertained 
definitely by actual measurement with 
a proper apparatus. This accounts for 
some of the lack of uniformity in rat- 
ings. Some companies carefully 
measure the amount of power devel- 
oped by each engine before it leaves 
the factory and then give their engine 
a catalogue rating equivalent to its 
maximum power output; others will 
deduct a certain amount from the 
maximum .horsepower as ascertained 
and rate their engine at various per- 
centages of this figure in order to be 
on the safe side, and to underrate 
their outfit rather than overrate it, 
while some companies do not measure 
the amount of power the engine actu- 
ally develops, but compute it. With 
the diameter of cylinder, the length 
of stroke, and the number of revolu- 
tions per minute known, the horse- 
power which will be developed by an 
engine can be computed with a fair 
degree of accuracy, although there are 
a number of formulas used, several of 
which give somewhat different results. 

In comparing' the power of two 
tractors the speed at which they are 
moving must always be considered. 
A tractor pulling two plows at 2 miles 
an hour will do the same amount of 
work as one pulling one plow and 
traveling at 4 miles an hour, other 
conditions being equal, and the horse- 
power developed at the drawbar is the 
same, because the element of time 
enters into the determination of 
horsepower. The slower any given 
tractor is geared to move the greater 
will be the load which it can pull at 
the drawbar, as it pulls it less rapidly. 
The amount of work done and the 

total amount of power exerted will 
remain practically the same. 

It is obvious that in the case men- 
tioned the tractor pulling one plow 
and running twice as fast as the one 
pulling two plows must move its own 
weight over the ground twice as many 
times as will the other tractor. If the 



weight of the two tractors is the same, 
it will be seen that twice as much 
power has been expended in moving 
the weight of the high-speed tractor 
as has been used by the one with low 
speed. 

A great many farmers find it diffi- 
cult to understand why a tractor of, 
say, 10 horsepower at the drawbar will 
not pull as heavy a load as will 10 
horses. This is not because a me- 
chanical horsepower is less than the 
amount of power developed by a 
horse, but is because of the fact that 
a horse has an enormous overload 
capacity that is, he is capable of ex- 
erting for a short time a great deal 
stronger pull than he should normally 
maintain hour after hour. 

A tractor, however, has very little 
overload capacity when pulling its 
normal load. Thus, if a tractor with 
a drawbar rating of 10 horsepower 
pulling its normal load of plows under 
average conditions should strike a 
particularly hard spot where the draft 
was doubled for a few minutes it 
would stall; while 10 horses under 
similar conditions could readily in- 
crease their pull sufficiently to meet 
the increased draft. 

From this it will be seen that in 
cases where the draft will vary (and 
this occurs in practically all kinds of 
farm work because of grades, soil 
variation, etc.) the load which a 
tractor will handle satisfactorily is 
that which it can pull up the steepest 
grade or through the toughest soil in 
the field. This load may be only half 
of what it can pull under more favor- 
able conditions in the same field. It 
will also be apparent that the working 
load of a tractor under ordinary farm 
conditions is considerably less than 
the normal load for its drawbar equiv- 
alent in horses, that is, a tractor of 10 
horsepower on the drawbar will not 
pull, except under constantly favor- 
able conditions, the load which a 10- 
horse team would normally pull. The 
difference might be said to be entirely 
in the overload capacity of these tw- 
prime movers. With a tractor its 
maximum power is practically its 
normal power because it is capable of 
pulling this load continuously, but 
cannot carry anything in excess of 
this. On the other hand, the horse's 
normal load is much less than what 
he can do in an emergency. 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN AND SCOTT COUNTIES 



LIGHTNING RODS PROTECT 
BUILDINGS 

From Prairie Farmer. 

"It is generally agreed now that 
lightning rods, properly installed, do 
afford a considerable measure of pro- 
tection to farm buildings, a fact which 
is indicated by the more favorable in- 
surance rates which many insurance 
companies offer in insuring farm build- 
ings that are properly rodded," says 
K. J. T. Ekblaw of the department of 
farm mechanics, University of Illinois. 

"One insurance company of Michi- 
gan states that the small sum of $32 
has been paid in four years for dam- 
age done to rodded buildings by light- 
ning, although a total risk of fifty-five 
million dollars was taken. Another 
company taking risks amounting to 
fifty-nine million dollars, in the same 
period of time on both rodded and un- 
rodded buildings, paid for damage 
done by lightning more than a thou- 
sand times as much as the other com- 
pany paid on wired buildings. A 
prominent fire insurance adjuster 
states that in his experience, for every 
dollar's worth of damage done to 
properly rodded buildings, there was 
$1,168 damage done to unrodded ones. 
In other words, there was indicated 
on efficiency of 99.9 per cent in favor 
of wired ones. 

"Some of the points to be kept in 
mind in installing a system of light- 
ning rod protection are as follows: 

"(1) Either copper or galvanized 
iron may be used for lightning con- 
ductors. The cable form is satisfac- 
tory and the weight of the copper 
should be at least three ounces per 
foot, while that of the galvanized iron 
should be twice as much. 
"(2) All parts of the wiring should 
be connected up into one system. No 
blind ends or stubs should be left un- 
grounded. Joints should be made 
very securely and the contact made 
as perfect as possible by soldering and 
brazing. 

'"(3) The conductor should be 
firmly fastened to the building in- 
stead of being insulated from it, as 
is sometimes done. The purpose of 
the conductor is to take the light- 
ning charge away from the building; 
insulation prevents this. 



"(4) The conductors should fol- 
low ridges and sharp corners in the 
buildings. No sharp turns in the con- 
ductor itself should be made. 

"(5) Aerial terminals should be lo- 
cated at the ends of ridges and on the 
ridges at intervals not to exceed 20 
feet. Any terminal point on the roof 
should have an aerial terminal of its 
own. The aerial terminals should be 
at least two feet high, firmly braced 
in upright position, securely fastened 
to the main cable, and provided with 
a galvanized or nickeled wrought iron 
point. 

"(6) Good earth connections are 
absolutely necessary. Commonly ac- 
cepted forms consist of a metal plate 
buried below the level of permanent 
moisture, into the soil to a depth of 
eight or ten feet, securely fastened to 
the conductor itself. 

"(7) All metal masses, such as 
metal roofs, radiators, hay fork tracks, 
etc., should be connected to the main 
system. 

"(8) Use good materials, install 
them properly, and no fear of light- 
ning need be felt." 



WHEN THE BELT SLIPS 

From Prairie Farmer. 

The slipping of belts is a great an- 
noyance, but it is not always remedied 
by tightening the belt. Ordinarily, if 
the proper-sized belts and pulleys are 
used and properly put in, there should 
be little or no slipping at all. Often 
the slipping of a belt is due to the 
overload carried by it. There is 
economy in using wider belts than is 
the usual practice. Many a three-inch 
belt is made to do the work of a four- 
inch belt, much to the annoyance of 
the operator and the ruin of the belt. 

However, when an immediate rem- 
edy is needed, a small quantity of 
powdered whiting, sprinkled on the 
inside of the belt, is very good and is 
the least harmful of any similar appli- 
cation. 

The use of beeswax, rubbed on the 
inside of the belt or on the pulley is 
a very good remedy in cases of emer- 
gency. 

Many people use powdered rosin on 
a slipping belt but this is bad practice 
because it soon dries the leather and 
causes it to crack. 



PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 

CHAS. T. MACKNESS, Pres. THEO. C. HAGEL, Treas. 

M. R. RANGE, Vice-Pres. and Mgr. 

The Place Where Your Money Goes Farthest 

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The Only Wholesale and Retail FARM IMPLEMENT 
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Jobbers in 

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Farm Home of W. L. Leach, Morgan County, 111. 



Abbreviations Used in this Directory 

a Acres; Ch Children; O Owner; T Tenant or Renter; 
R Rural Route; Sec Section; Maiden name of wife follows 
directory name in parentheses ( ); figures at end of informa- 
tion year became resident of county. Name of farm follows 
names of children in quotation marks. In case of a tenant, 
the farm owner's name follows the figures giving size of farm. 
Name of farm (in case farm is named) follows names of 
children, in quotation marks. 

EXAMPLE 

Anderson, John (Delia Bonds) Ch Mildred M., John B., Anna M., Agnes; 
Chapin R2 Sec5 Pct96 T15 R12 T50a M. S. Anderson (1884) 

Means 

Anderson, John Name. 
(Delia Bonds) Wife's maiden name. 
Ch Mildred M., John B., Anna M., Agnes Children, named Mildred M., 

John B., Anna M., Agnes. 
Chapin R2 Postoffice Chapin R. F. D. 2. 

SecS Pct96 T15 R12 Section 5, Precinct 96, Township 15, Range 12. 
TSOa Tenant on 50 acres. 
M. S. Anderson Owner's name. 
(1884) Lived in county since 1884. 



Abernathy, J. H. (Emma Kershaw) 
Ch Allen, Eva, Grace, Earl, Roy; 
Concord Rl Sec27 Pct91 T16 Rll 
O240a (1872) 

Abernathy, R. Earl (Ella Foraker) Ch 
Dwight, Wilbur, Eileen; Concord 
Rl Secl2 PctlOO T16 R12 T75a L. 
F. Bayless (1884) 



Acom, Arthur (Eva Killan) Ch Eliza- 
beth; Chapin R3 Sec4 Pct94 T15 
Rll O113a (1882) 

Acom, Mrs. George Ch Bertha, Ar- 
thur; Chapin R3 Sec4 Pct94 T15 
Rll O4a (1854) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Adams, Fred (Ellen Ellis) Ch Ruth 
M.; Alexander Rl SeclO Pct9 T14 
R8 O120a (1872) 

Adams, J. O. (Emma Mason) Ch 
John, Sadie, Pearl, Leo M., Lula; 
Woodson Sec4 Pct44 T13 RIO Farm 
Hand W. E. McCurley (1875) 

Adkins, John (Maud Adkins) Ch 
Vera, John T., Armour, Oakley; 
Prentice Sec7 Pctl7 T16 R8 O300a 
(1895) 

Ador, Murwin (Thelma Arnold) 
Jacksonville R6 Sec25 Pct63 T15 
RIO Farm Hand Amos D. Arnold 
(1897) 

Alderson, Albert (Marie Austin) Ch 
Helen, Virginia; Waverly R3 Secl7 
Pct3 T13 R8 T160a Frank W. 
Thomas (1895) 

Alderson, George (Emma Th6mas) 
Ch Albert, Orin, Robert, Lolah, 
Charles, George; Waverly R3 Secl9 
Pct3 T13 R8 O220a (1873) 

Alderson, Henry Ch Vivian, Mary, 
Floyd, Martha; Chapin R3 Seel Pct9 
T15 R12 O186a (1867) 

Alderson, John E. (Mary Taylor) Ch 
Roy, Taylor, Wilbur, Marie, Joseph; 
Chapin Rl Sec35 Pctl04 T16 R12 
O285a (1861) 

Aldridge, WUliam H. (Leila Adams) 
Ch William, Mary J.; Bluffs Rl 
Sec25 Pctl07 T16 R13 Farm Man- 
ager Dr. Nevle (1917) 

Alexander, Harrison (Susie Slagle) 
Ch Alice, Delia, Jesse, Lexie, 
Mamie, Herschell, Dorothy A.; 
Alexander Rl Sec8 PctlO T14 R8 
Farm Hand Sam Nunes (1917) 

Alexander, J. W. (Lillian Sevier) Ch 
Virgil L.; Alexander Rl Seel Pct25 
T14 R9 TlOOa James Leadell (1897) 

Alexander, Robert R. (Martha J. 
Long) Ch Anna, Ellen, Benjamin, 
Elizabeth. Ida, Albert S., Robert 
M.; Franklin R2 Sec8 Pct21 T13 
R9 O33a (1870) 

Alexander, R. M. (Lillian Johnson) 
Ch Orville, Susie, Francis, Carl; 
"John Laugherty Pepper Hill" 
Murrayville R4 Sec9 Pct43 T13 
RIO Farm Hand John Lougherty 
(1873) 

Alford, Ernest Franklin Rl Sec22 
Pct23 T14 R9 T180a Alford Est. 
(1892) 

Alhorn, Henry (Louise Gansman) Ch 
Walter W., Henry J., Hugh H., 
Louise E.; Meredosia SecS Pct98 
T16 R12 O80a (1905) 



Allan, J. F. (Lena Waterfield) Ch 
Bernetta, Donald; Jacksonville R2 
Sec4 Pct61 T14 Rll T152a L. Groves 
(1889) 

Allan, J. R. (Elizabeth Groves) Ch 
William, Floyd; Jacksonville R2 
SeclO Pct62 T14 Rll (1862) 

Allan, William H. (Lillie Worrall) Ch 
Charles, Thelma, Robert, Mildred; 
Jacksonville R2 Secll Pct59 T14 
Rll T60a John R. Allan (1888) 

Allen, Benjamin (Hannah Rehmeier) 
Ch Dorothy, Helen, Morris, Jessie, 
Ed, James; Jacksonville R8 Sec3 
Pct60 T15 RIO T178a J. M. Allison 
(1864) 

Allen, Bert (May Moore) Ch Arnold 
B., Allen E., Gleda M., Richard L.; 
Jacksonville R5 Secl9 PctSS T14 
R9 Farm Hand R. B. Oxley (1884) 

Allen, J. D. (Ada Covey) Ch Argyl; 
Waverly Rl Sec21 Pctl2 T14 R8 
Farm Hand I. L. Sears (1917) 

Allen, John R. (Laura Payne) Ch 
Charles W., Henry B., Nellie M., 
Jessie, John E., Doris W., Dorothy 
L., Gladys L., Anna L.; "Green Hill 
Farm" Jacksonville R4 Sec34 Pct71 
T16 RIO T180a Mr. GNlian (1908) 

Allen, J. D. (Viola Perrottet) Ch 
Olad, Robert, Irene, Marguerite; 
Waverly R2 Sec27 Pct7 T13 R8 
T180a Nanna Hobson (1913) 

Allen, J. H. (Emma Tabb) Ch Myrtle, 
Alma, George, Leonard, Emmett, 
Harry W., Gilbert; Franklin R3 
Secl9 Pctll T14 R8 Farm Hand 
James Bond (1905) 

Allen, Samuel (Jessie Decker) Ch 
Eugene, Lloyd, Aileen, Frances, 
Lucile; Ashland Rl SecS Pct38 T16 
R9 T130a Mrs. K. Brown (1909) 

Allen, Thomas (Minnie Stone) Ch 
Willis, Mollie, Maud; "Farm View 
Farm" Jacksonville Rl Sec23 Pct85 
T15 Rll O80a (1888) 

Allen, William (Lila Winner) Ch 
Dorothy, Mabel, James, Velma, 
Julia, Richard, Clarence; Alexander 
Rl SecS Pctl4 T15 R8 Farm Hand 
Joe Berchschneider (1911) 

Allen, William E. (Nellie McGillen) 
Ch Loren; Sinclair Rl Sec20 Pct39 
T16 R9 T2a Clark Est. (1905) 

Allen, W. T. Ch Roy L., Reno E., 
Margaret, Frances, Leo; Waverly 
R3 SeclO Pct2 T13 R8 T60a Mary 
Caldwell (1913) 

Alves, Emanuel (Mary Alves) Ch 
William, John, Ben, Eliza, Mary; 
Jacksonville R7 Sec2 PctSl T15 Rll 
O114a (1845) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Ambrose, Dock (Johny. Stubblefield) 
Ch Georgia, James, Howard; Con- 
cord Rl Sec24 PctlOl T16 R12 Farm 
Hand A. Brockhause (1915) 

Ames, C. H. (Eugenia McPhail) Ch 
George; Jacksonville R4 Sec8 Pct61 
T15 RIO OSOa (1899) 

Anderson, Carl O. (Laura Payne) Ch 
Robert, Charles, Paul, Raymond; 
Jacksonville R6 Franklin Sec28 
Farm Hand Edwin Drury (1904) 

Anderson, Charles (Kate Rook) Ch 
William, May; Jacksonville R8 
Sec9 Pct62 T15 OlOa (1869) 

Anderson, George W. (Nina Pond) 
Ch Eva, William, French; "Maple 
Hill" Chapin Rl Sec4 Pct95 T1S 
R12 T215a Mrs. C. S. French (1887) 

Anderson, Horace C. (Emma Mark- 
ham) Ch Lloyd T., Doris J., Verne 
M.; Chapin Rl Sec4 Pct95 T15 R12 
T185a Mrs. M. S. Anderson (1869) 

Anderson, John (Delia Bonds) Ch 
Mildred M., John B., Anna M., 
Agnes; Chapin R2 SecS Pct96 T15 
R12 T50a M. S. Anderson (1884) 

Anderson, J. C. (Margaret E. Luby) 
Ch John, Clayton, Mary, Louise, 
Helen, Rosie; Franklin Rl Sec26 
Pct30 T14 R9 T128a R. Dodsworth 
(1887) 

Anderson, Martin L. (Margaret Bout- 
ware) Ch Beatrice M., Ronald F. ; 
Franklin Sec31 Pctl3 T14 R8 O15a 
(1887) 

Anderson, W. S. (Elizabeth Major) 
Waverly R2 Sec26 Pct6 T13 R8 
O90a (1912) 

Anderton, Sarah E. (Waune) Ch 
William R., Alberta E.; Franklin R2 
Secl3 Pctl3 T13 R9 O82^a (1845) 

Andrews, Earnest G. (May Butler 1 ) 
Ch Elizabeth, Beatrice, Evelyn; 
Sinclair Rl Sec33 Pct40 T16 R9 
Farm Hand Lester Hart (1906) 

Angelo, Elihu R. (Sarah E. Cittick) 
Ch Ollie, Cora, Oliver; Murrayville 
Rl Sec28 Pct57 T14 Rll O270a 
(1837) 

Ansemus, Charles (Lena Stockton) 
Ch Dora; Sinclair Rl SeclS Pct37 
T16 R9 Tla (1916) 

Antle, Thomas B. (Dicey Rhoarls) Ch 
Amy, Flossie, David, Thomas R., 
Norman, Mary E.; Jacksonville R6 
Sec9 Pct26 T14 R9 T60a J. Woods 
(1876) 

Arendell, John C. (Flora Ash) Ch 
Mildred, Thurman, Ross. Ilene: 
Murrayville R2 Pct73 T13 Rll 
(1917) 



Aring, Mathias (Minnie Berghouse) 
Ch Mary, John, Anna, Clara, Al- 
bert, Ella; Chapin R2 Sec6 Pct96 
T15 R12 (1869) 

Armstrong, Edward (Laura Alderson) 
Jacksonville R3 Secl2 Pct59 T15 
RIO OlOOa (1869) 

Armstrong, M. W. (Mandie Wilder) 
Waverly R3 Sec9 Pct2 T13 R8 
TISOa Hardman Est. (1861) 

Arnett, S. M. (Nora Dudderar) Wav- 
erly R3 Secl9 Pct3 T13 R8 Tla 
Mrs. Nancy J. Rynders (1915) 

Arnold, Amos D. (Lena A. Cully) Ch 
Thelma, Elizabeth; Jacksonville R6 
Sec25 Pct63 T15 RIO T417a Eliza- 
beth Arnold (1872) 

Arnold, J. William (Florence M. En- 
nis) Ch James, Elliott, Richard, 
Leavitt, Frances; Arnold 'Secl9 
Pct34 T15 R9 O713a (1874) 

Ater, James (Elizabeth Mallicote) Ch 
Ollie, Florence, Lea; Arenzville R2 
Seel Pct66 T16 RIO OSOa (1850) 

Ater, William (Elizabeth Bridgeman) 
Ch Elizabeth E., James E., Wil- 
liam, Olla P.; Arenzville R2 Secl2 
Pct66 T16 RIO OSOa (1852) 

Atkinson, George (Maggie Allen) Ch 
Ethel, Mamie, Gracie, Nora, John; 
Murrayville R3 Sec21 Pct48 T13 RIO 
O60a (1911) 

Ator, Ashford (Grace Abernathy) Ch 
Floyd, Trella, Paul; Concord Rl 
Sec27 Pct91 T16 Rll (1876) 

Aufdenkamp, Charles H. (Anna Per- 
bix) Ch Eiwin C, Paul B., Delbert 
E., Anna M.; Chapin Rl Sec36 
Pctl04 T16 R12 O365a (1892) 

Aufdenkamp, Henry E. (Sophia Ger- 
both, Deceased) Ch Adelia; Chapin 
Rl SeclS Pct99 T16 R12 O180a 
(1871) 

Austif, E. P. (Leana Miller) Ch Rus- 
sell: Waverly R3 Sec24 Pct24 T13 
R9 O80a (1879) 

Austif, Vern (Nancy Ledridge) Ch 
John W., Ralph J., Bertha A.; 
Franklin R2 Sec34 Pctl3 T13 R9 
O400a (1877) 

Austif, Vern (Nancy Ledridge) Ch 
Athill, Melvin; Waverly R3 Sec26 
Pct24 T13 R9 O90a (1885) 

Austin, -Charles (Joanna Roach) Ch 
Anna, Clara M., Florence P., 
Charles O., Sophia, Josephus, Mil- 
dred, Dorothy O., George H.; 
Waverly Sec3 Pct2 T13 R8 T260a 
George Caruthers (1857) 

Austin, C. A. (Ada Newton) Ch Mary 
K., Edgar N., Elsie M., Charles H.; 
Waverly Rl Sec4 Pct2 T13 R8 
OlOOa (1900) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



B 



Bacon, Andrew J. (Frances L. Bos- 
ton) Ch Ella, Moy; "Walnut Grove 
Farm" Jacksonville R3 Secl4 Pct63 
T15 RIO O225a (1877) 

Bacon, Carl (Ruth Wagstaff) Ch 
Helen, Clarence; Murrayville R2 
Secl9 Pctl9 T13 RIO T68a R. W.ig- 
staff (1893) 

Bacon, J. A. (Bessie M. Mapes) Ch 
Anna, Thelma; Woodson Rl Sec30 
Pct58 T14 RIO T200a Duffner Est. 
(1885) 

Bailey, John Ch Emma, Sarah, Fan- 
nie, Catherine, William; Prentice 
Secl2 Pct36 T16 R9 O50a (1864) 

Baker, Charles (May Cravens) Ch 
Jessie, George; Waverly R2 Sec35 
Pct7 T13 R8 T250a P. D. Cravens 
T250a (1884) 

Baker, George A. (Eva M. Jeffers) Ch 
Laveta F.; Franklin Rl Sec22 Pct30 
T14 R9 Farm Hand S. H. McDevitt 
(1902) 

Baker, J. R. (Florence Wade) Ch 
Oliver, Zelma, George, Lucy, Henry, 
Clyde, Vernon; Franklin Rl Sec21 
Pct29 T14 R9 T80a H. Hamlet 
(1902) 

Baker, Oliver (Delia Mills) Ch Carrie, 
Wilma, Bertha; Jacksonville R5 
Sec9 Pct26 T14 R9 Farm Hand Iven 
Wood (1901) 

Baker, Thomas (Ella Blankenship) 
Jacksonville R6 Sec27 Pct35 T15 R9 
Farm Hand W. F. Dannerberger 
(1914) 

Baker, Vernon (Cora Ausmus) Ch 
Paul, Herman; Murrayville Sec7 
Pct45 T13 RIO T780a M. M. New- 
comb and J. K. Cunningham (1899) 

Baker, William (Laura Hewitt) Ch 
Frank, Bessie, Elsie, Anna, Lucile, 
John, Otis; Waverly R2 Sec36 Pct6 
T13 R8 TlOOa Wes Taylor (1915) 

Baldwin, Roy (Myrtle Deniundrum) 
Ch Eulalia; Jacksonville R4 Sec9 
Pct62 T15 RIO TISOa S. Baldwin 
(1888) 

Baldwin, Stansfield Ch Lena, Lavina, 
Mary, William, Roy, Allen; Jack- 
sonville R4 Sec6 T15 RIO OlSOa 
(1859) 

Baptist, Fred H. (Sarah Smith) Ch 
Earl, Gilbert, Lorene, Laurence; 
Jacksonville R7 Secll Pct84 T15 
Rll O120a (1860) 



Baptist, Thomas (Beatrice Elliott) Ch 
Homer, Gertrude, Russel, Irene, 
Frances, Clyde, Paul; Jacksonville 
R7 Secl2 Pct84 T15 Rll O30a 
T160a John Baptist (1871) 

Baptiste, Lewis W. (Anna Goveia) 
Ch Lois, Willard; Jacksonville R7 
SeclO Pct62 T15 RIO T160a Dr. 
Applebee (1865) (after March 1, 
1918, will move to Woodson, having 
bought the Ayres farm, 97a.) 

Barber, Alfred (Hettie Ledferd) Ch 
Violet, Florence, Fannie, Charles, 
Margaret, Hettie, Willie, Jerome; 
Woodson Rl Sec30 PctSS T14 RIO 
O80a (1883) 

Barber, James (Loudilla Goacher) 
Murrayville R2 Sec26 Pct75 T13 
Rll O40a (1911) 

Barber, John (Angelina Rogers) Ch 
Lula, Erne, Bertha, Delia, Minnie; 
Murrayville R3 Sec34 Pct48 T13 
RIO O40a 

Barber, John Ch George, Belle, Ed., 
Ollie, Tom, Nora, Willard, Libbie, 
Alfred; Jacksonville R4 Sec9 Pct62 
T15 RIO O12a (1834) 

Barber, Thomas F. (Katie Cleary) 
"Lone Bur Oak" Jacksonville R4 
Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO T12a John Bar- 
ber (1866) 

Barber, Willard A. (Leanna Thomp- 
son) Ch Marie; Jacksonville R4 
Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO T12a John Bar- 
ber (1889) 

Barber, William (Anna M. Werries) 
Ch Isaac; Jacksonville R8 Sec27-28 
Pct71 T16 RIO O120a (1867) 

Barbour, Mrs. Jennie Ch Will, John, 
Sadie, Tom; Jacksonville R4 Sec9 
Pct62 T15 RIO (1854) 

Barbour, T. W. (Grace Lindsey) Ch 
Crum, Robert, Alice; Jacksonville 
R4 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO T30a Mrs. 
John Crum (1891) 

Barbre, W. M. (Lena Moore) Ch 
John, Deborah, Walter, Harold, 
Wilma; Jacksonville R2 Sec35 T15 
Rll TSOOa Edwin Beggs Est. (1915) 

Barker, Thomas Murrayville R4 Secl2 
Pct42 T13 RIO T80a Mrs. Alice 
Barker (1885) 

Barrett, H. E. (Cordelia McNeal) Ch 
Elsie, Cloviena, Nora, Lizzie; Mur- 
rayville Rl Sec31 Pct44 T14 RIO 
080a (1912) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Barrows, W. E. (Jennie Richardson) 
Ch Ralph R., Paul E.; "Oak Ridge 
Stock Farm" Jacksonville RS Secl3 
Pct55 T14 RIO O210a SeclS Pct52 
T14 RIO T160a Joseph Coates (1871) 

Barry, S. J. S. (Margaret Coultas) 
Ch Clarence; Jacksonville Rl Sec31 
Pct86 T15 Rll T73a George F. 
Coumbes and S. Lewis (1917) 

Earth, Carl O. (Weltha Little) Ch 
Albert C. ; Meredosia Rl Sec22 
Pctl06 T16 R13 T140a F. Yeck 
(1917) 

Barth, Paul G. (Percie Little) Mere- 
dosia Rl Sec22 Pctl06 T16 R13 
T160a F. Yeck (!916) 

Basham, A. J. (Helen Robbins) Ch 
Sallie B.; Alexander Rl Sec32 Pctl6 
T15 R8 Farm Hand Kumle Bros. 
(1916) 

Basier, Dolph Jacksonville R8 Sec2 
Pct59 T15 RIO TllSa Charles 
Hoagland (1904) 

Basier, Elizabeth (Elizabeth Fella) 
Ch John, Joe, Ed., Henry, Dolph, 
Emma; Jacksonville R8 Sec3 Pct60 
T15 RIO (1904) 

Bateman, C. L. (Nora Rouland) Ch 
John L., Ollie M., William T., 
Bernadine, Ludema, Christenia; 
Waverly R3 Sec35 Pct24 T13 R9 
T130a Mrs. Thomas Bateman (1880) 

Bateman, Jesse T. Ch Oliver, Fred, 
Lester, Paul, Loryane; Waverly Rl 
Sec28 Pctl3 T14 R8 O80a (1861) 

Bateman, John L. (Annie E., Sister) 
Franklin R3 SeclS Pct26 T14 R9 
O80a (1866) 

Bateman, R. C. (Lula Hall) Ch Lil- 
lian, Ivan; Literberry SeclO Pct66 
T16 RIO O70a (1861) 

Bates, G. C. (Lelia Brown) Murray- 
ville R3 Sec22 Pct48 T13 RIO T80a 
F. Story (1916) 

Battefeld, Archie (Muriel Butcher) 
Ch Doris; Arenzville Rl Sec2 Pct97 
T16 R12 Farm Hand T. Hierman 
(1915) 

Batterton, Harry (Mabel Jones) Ch 
Carrol, Opal, Bernice, Ina; Prentice 
Rl Secl9 PctlS T16 R8 T69a M. 
Robinson (1913) 

Baughman, Lewis F.. (Fannie Martin) 
Ch Fred A., Logan H.; Woodson 
Rl Secl7 Pct52 T14 RIO O87a 
(1893) 

Baumgartner, John (Jane Baaley) Ch 
William O., Ella; Prentice R3 Seel 
Pct36 T16 R9 O180a (1872) 

Bayless, Edgar (Hazel Hickman) 
Concord Rl Sec4 Pct98 T16 R12 
T120a Molly Bayless (1896) 



Beasley, James W. (Ethel Cox) Ch 
Elma, Kermit; Arenzville Rl T16 
R12 Farm Hand T. Harman (1913) 

Beauchamp, Charles W. (Minnie 
Krusa) Ch Elmer H., Delia M., 
Eduard M.; Meredosia Rl Sec26 
Pctl07 T16 R13 O160a (1864) 

Beauchamp, Frank D. (Lulu Moul- 
tray) Ch Carl R., Virgil G.; "Beau- 
champ Farm" Meredosia Rl Sec26 
Pctl07 T16 R13 O240a (1867) 

Beck, O. H. (Meva Horton) Ch Earl, 
Katherine, Vela, Opal, James; Jack- 
sonville R8 Secl6 Pct69 T16 RIO 
T93a Sarah Bourne (1912) 

Becker, Henry (Rosa Dober) Ch Inez 
K., May F., Louise E.; Concord Rl 
SeclS Pct88 T16 Rll O119a (1866) 

Bedingfield, Merl (Lela Claussen) 
Chapin R3 Sec3 PctSl T15 Rll T40a 
Herman Degroot (1891) 

Bedingfield, W. E. (Martha Goodpas- 
ture) Ch Carl, Murl; Chapin R3 
Sec35 Pct90 T16 Rll O75a (1870) 

Beekman, George S. (Grace Wilson) 
Ch Nellie; "White Mound Stock 
Farm" Jacksonville R5 Secl7 Pct27 
T14 R9 O80a (1867) 

Beekman, J. B. (Julia A. Wood) Ch 
George S., William N., Mary L.; 
Pisgah Secl7 Pct27 T14 R9 O540a 
(1865) 

Beeley, Edgar (Emma Steplin) Ch 
Homer; Arenzville R2 Sec8 Pct88 
T16 Rll T200a Herman Addalman 
(1878) 

Beeley, T. Grover (Etta Butcher) Ch 
Marvin, Glenn, Alfred, Dorothy, 
Bernard; Meredosia Rl Sec22 
Pctl06 T16 R13 T120a Thomas 
Beeley (1905) 

Beemer, Cornelius C. (Edith Bird- 
sell) Ch Elmer, Ida, Arthur, Mel- 
vin; Chapin R3 Secl3 Pctl09 T15 
R12 John Onkin (1913) 

Beesley, William (Ethel Cox) Ch 
Alma, Kermit; Arenzville Rl Sec4 
Pct98 T16 R12 Farm Hand T. E. 
Hierman (1914) 

Beets, Thomas (Eva Russell) Ch Bas- 
comb; Adam, Guy, Pleasant, Willia 
M., Georgia L. ; Literberry Rl Sec8 
Pct38 T16 R9 Farm Hand Frank 
Dinwiddie (1915) 

Begnel, James H. (Sarah J. Connolly) 
Ch Clara C., Ida E., Eugene W., 
Louis M., Thomas H., Mary M., 
Leo J., Leonard J., S. E., Louise; 
Murrayville Rl Sec36 Pct7 T14 
RIO O320a (1866) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Bender, G. W. (Mary Bergschneider) 
(Ch Anton G., Myrtle S., Elizabeth 
M., Emeline W. ; Alexander Rl 
Seel Pct25 T14 R9 T160a A. Berg- 
schneider (1900) 

Benz, Albert (Tillie Albers) Chapin 
R2 SecS Pct96 T15 R12 T130a 
Enoch Tholen Est. (1913) 

Berchtold, Mrs. Theodore (Gertrude 
Ridder) Ch Minnie, Stephen, 
Theresa, Clara, Carl, Louise; Alex- 
ander Rl SecS PctlO T14 R8 O133a 
(1877) 

Berchtold, William (Elizabeth Rid- 
der) Ch Mary, Edward, Frank; 
Alexander Rl SecS PctlO T14 R8 
T160a O. F. Conklin (1897) 

Berghaus, W. M. (Katie Werries) Ch 
Carl, Mathias; Chapin Sec33 Pctl03 
T16 R12 O201a (1861) 

Berghouse, William (Ida Walwert) 
Ch Fred, Esther; Meredosia Rl 
Secl7 T16 R12 O60a (1877) 

Bergschneider, Anton (Mary Pot- 
hast) Ch John F., Mary, Josephine, 
Joe R., Elizabeth, Margaret, Ger- 
trude, Henry, Tony, Frank; Alex- 
ander Rl Sec4 Pct9 T14 R8 Q220a 
(1857) 

Bergschneider, John F. (Gertrude 
Gray) Ch Fred, Earl, Leonard; New 
Berlin R31 Secl6 Pctl2 T15 R8 
OlSOa (1871) 

Bergschneider, J. G. (Agnes G. Duff- 
ner) Ch Carl H., Loretta, Agnes, 
Fred, Paul, Leo, Bernice; "Maple 
Crest Farm" Franklin R3 Sec30 
Pct28 T14 R8 O311a (1877) 

Bergschneider, J. R. (Elsie Bender) 
Ch Emma; Alexander Rl Sec36 
T15 R8 O160a (1880) 

Bermaster, G. H. (Anna Green) Ch 
Helen I.; Jacksonville R4 SeclS 
Pct68 T16 RIO Farm Hand D. E. 
Canady 

Berndt, John (Gustie Niehaus) Ch 
Louise, Clara, Anna, John, Lena, 
Dora, Leonard; Waverly R3 Secl9 
Pct3 T13 R8 O124a (1868) 

Berst, Phillip (Helen McGath) Ch 
Elizabeth, Earl, Henry, Lee; Alex- 
ander Rl Sec7 Pctl4 T15 R8 Farm 
Hand Arthur Smith (1908) 

Bilger, Jesse (Meda Garner) Ch 
Wayne, Denzi>; Roadhouse R2 
Secl9 Pct49 T13 RIO Farm Hand 
Harry Collier (1914) 

Bingman, E. C. (Mollie E. Parrott) 
Ch Claud F.; Sinclair Rl Sec27 
Pct40 T16 R9 O75a (1859) 



Bingman, James H. (Barbara Lauder) 
Ch Lula, David, Irene, Esther L.; 
Sinclair Rl Sec28 Pct40 T16 R9 
T70a Lester Hart (1849) 

Birdsell, C. W. (Ella Neece) Ch Ora, 
Odessa, Dorothy, Milton, Theo- 
dore; "Spring Valley Farm" Jack- 
sonville R4 Sec28 Pct71 T16 RIO 
O60a (1872) 

Birdsell, F. M. (Elizabeth Roberts) 
Ch Edward, Mabel; Jacksonville 
R2 Secll Pct79 T14 Rll T180a L. 
S. Doan (1897) 

Birdsell, Peter D. (Ann Murgatroyd) 
Ch Thomas, Liza, William, James, 
Peter, Jr., Charles, Mary, Emma, 
Samuel; Jacksonville R4 Sec29 
Pct29 T16 RIO O42^a (1833) 

Birdsell, Walter (Pearl Seymour) Ch 
William, Audrie; Franklin Rl Sec31 
Pct28 T14 R9 T6a Pearl Seymour 
(1885) (Also own 10 lots in Clem- 
ents, a new town just surveyed) 

Black, Charles S. (Ida M. Cully) Ch 
Clyde D., Mary S., Paul S.; "Plain- 
view Farm" Jacksonville R4 Sec33 
Pct71 T16 RIO O350a (1869) 

Black, George W. (Lois Aired) Ch 
C. Ray, Herman O., Albion G., 
Esther, Ruth; New Berlin R31 Sec21 
Pctl6 T15 R8 T350a Mrs. F. A. Ray- 
nor (1908) 

Black, H. O. (Jennie Chilton) Ch Lois, 
Lee; Murray ville R4 SeclO Pct43 
T13 Rl Farm Hand Ed. Osborne 
(1908) 

Black, J. M. Ch M. Luella, John W., 
James R. ; Jacksonville R8 Sec27 
Pct71 T16 RIO (1831) 

Black, J. R. & J. W. Ollie Long 
Arthur L. and Roy L., wife and 
children of J. R. ; "Cedar Grove 
Farm" Jacksonville R8 Sec27 Pct71 
T16 RIO Ol54a (1858) 

Black, Samuel R. (Eliza A. Bourne) 
Ch Rosie L., William T.; Literberry 
Rl Sec23 Pct70 T16 RIO TISOa S. 
W. Black Est. (1862) 

Blakenship, T. D. (Bessie Boston) 
Alexander Rl Sec31 PctlO T15 R8 
Farm Hand J. Bergschneider (1914) 

Bland, A. T. (Sciotha Pointer) Ch 
Eliza, Idella, John, Payton, Wes- 
ley, Maggie; Franklin R3 Sec32 
Pctl3 T14 R8 OSOa (1885) 

Bland, George (Josephine Puyear) Ch 
Hazel E., Herbert S.; Franklin R3 
Sec32 Pctl3 T14 R8 OlOSa (1887) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Bland, Peyton (Nina Dougherty) Ch 
Jewell B., Gabriel, John W., Sarah, 
Nina ]., children of John S. Dough- 
erty; Franklin R3 SeclS Pctll T14 
R18 O80a TSOa M. Besley (1887) 

Bland, W. E. (Vida M. Oxley) Wav- 
erly Rl Sec20 Pctll T14 R8 T400a 
A. H. Wright and Belsley (1885) 

Blankenship, J. M. (Fanny M. Smith) 
Ch Olga, Jason, Gilbert, Herbert, 
Ella, Marvin, Elsie, Edith, Vernon, 
Esther; Alexander Rl SecS PctlO 
T14 R8 Farm Hand C. A. Rowe 
(1913) 

Blimling, J. F. (Ada Haney) Ch El- 
vira, Warren, Haney, Pearl, Amelia, 
Chester, Grace, Bird, Paul, Vertrees; 
Murrayville Rl SecS Pct44 T13 RIO 
O273a (1868) 

Blimling, R. H. (Millicent Irlam) 
Jacksonville R7 SeclO Pct83 T15 
Rll T285a John Noonan (1885) 

Boatman, William (Emily J. Couch) 
Ch Purley, Mary A., Delia, Ettsal, 
Hardin, Dora, Olef, Destia, Har- 
old; Arenzville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 
Rll TSOa James Rexroad (1916) 

Boaz, Robert A. (Nellie Stockton) Ch 
Ruby, Ruth, Joy; Waverly R3 Sec20 
Pct3 T13 R8 O80a T140a William 
Peebles (1896) 

Boehs, Herman (Annie Weiries) Ch 
Carrie, Clara, Herman, Lorna, 
Velma; Bluffs Rl Sec20 Pctl02 T16 
R12 T120a Mrs. H. Weiries (1902) 

Bolton, C. E. Ch Katie, Claude, 
Mabel; Murrayville R3 Sec20 Pct49 
T13 RIO T280a James Rea (1910) 

Bolton, George Ch Lea, Dewey, Meda, 
Daisy, Henry; Franklin Rl SecS 
Pct28 T13 R9 TlOOa (1892) 

Bolton, J. T. (Gertrude Murray) Ch 
Louise, Leonard, John, James; 
Franklin Rl Sec35 Pct31 T14 R9 
T2a W. Six (1907) 

Bond, James (Elizabeth Hook) Ch 
Alice K., Lois M., Blanche E., Ger- 
trude L.; Franklin Sec31 Pctl3 T14 
R8 O310a (1877) 

Borse, Frank (Minnie Korty) Bluffs 
Rl Sec21 Pctl02 T16 R12 TSOa H. 
Weiries (1891) 

Bostic, J. R. (Elvira Deathredge) Ch 
Lucy M., John R., Russell, Kruger; 
Waverly R3 SeclO Pct2 T13 R8 
O75a (1883) 

Boston, Louis (Zelda Scheele) Ch 
Maurice; Alexander Rl Sec4 Pctl4 
T14 R8 T120a Niehaus Est. (1915) 



Bottom, Oze (Pearlie Knifley) Ch 
Ray, Cleo, Olive, Aileen, William, 
Wayne; Franklin R2 Sec36 Pct31 
T14 R9 T81a Fred Burch (1911) 

Bottom, W. J. (Rachael Richardson) 
Ch Betty J.; Jacksonville R5 Sec21 
Pct29 T14 R9 T220a R. Woods 
(1913) 

Boulware, George Franklin Sec31 
Pctl3 T14 R8 OlSOa (1877) 

Boulware, Mrs. George M. (Parmelia 
Wright) Ch May, George, Maggie; 
Franklin Sec31 Pctl3 T14 R8 
OlSOa (1867) 

Bourland, George and Ella Waverly 
Rl Sec4 Pct2 T13 R8 O80a (1880) 

Bourn, Carl E. (Lela C. Brown) Sin- 
clair Rl Sec21 Pct40 T16 R9 TSOa 
Anna Brown (1884) 

Bourn, John J. (Bessie Stevens) Ch 
William H., John R. ; Jacksonville 
R8 Sec22 Pct71 T16 RIO Farm Hand 
William M. Bourn (1892) 

Bourn, Raymond E (Maude E. Hax- 
ton) Ch Raymond A., Carl E. ; 
Woodson Rl Sec20 Pct52 T14 RIO 
T132a J. Bourn (1889) 

Bourn, Walter (Cecelia Lane) Ch Ber- 
nice, Virginia; Jacksonville R8 
Sec27 Pct71 T16 RIO T56a Nellie 
Schaffer (1890) 

Bourn, William (Mary Eilert) Ch 
Arthur, Earl, Carl, Vinton, Walter, 
John, Leo, Estella, Marybell, Dor- 
othy; "Horseshoe Farm" Jackson- 
ville R8 Sec22 Pct71 T16 RIO O260a 
(1867) 

Bourn, W. Earl (Ethel Ragan) Ch 
Samuel, Elizabeth; Jacksonville R8 
Sec3 Pct60 T15 RIO T204a James 
McDonald (1882) 

Bowe, T. N. (Anna L. Murray) Ch 
Anna L.; Chapin Rl Sec26 Pctl04 
T16 R12 T160a T. Tabbenbeck 
(1917) 

Bowers, Joseph (Polly Johnson) Ch 
Carrie E., Fred T., Bert J.; Pren- 
tice Secl2 Pct36 T16 R9 Farm 
Hand Edward Callans (1916) 

Boyd, John H. (Alma Moss) Ch 
Lydia, Harrison; Waverly R2 Sec33 
Pct8 T13 R8 T160a Dan Bahan, Sr. 
(1907) 

Boyd, Thomas B. (Mary Baker) Ch 
Bertha, Fannie; Jacksonville R3 
Secl3 Pct63 T15 RIO O246a (1887) 

Boyer, G. R. (Ethel Felker) Waverly 
Rl Sec4 Pct4 T13 R8 O20a (1882) 

Bracewell, S. A. (Lillie B. Wade) Ch 
Beth, Eugene; Murrayville R2 Sec32 
Pct49 T13 RIO OlOSa (1887) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Braker, August (Reka Mau) Ch 
Annie, August, John, William, Etta, 
Sophia; Prentice Rl Secl7 PctlS 
T16 R8 O200a (1905) 

Braker, William (Martha Bruening) 
Ch Dorothy; Literberry Rl Secl2 
Pct66 T16 RIO O80a (1880) 

Branam, James (Susan White) Ch 
Roy, Stella, Carl, Bertha, Ollie; 
"Oak Ridge Farm" Waverly R3 
Sec36 Pctll6 T13 R9 O40a (1855) 

Braner, Chester (Florence Ater) Ch 
Helen, Lloyd, Russell; Jacksonville 
R4 Secl2 Pct89 T16 Rll T80a Mr. 
Chester Sr. and J. M. Rexroat 
(1886) 

Braner, Ellis E. (Lucy Darley) Con- 
cord Rl Sec22 Pct87 T16 Rll Farm 
Hand J. R. Cooper (1887) 

Braner, E. B. (Mary Paul) Ch Harry, 
Fred; Jacksonville R4 Sec24 Pct89 
T16 Rll O80a (1842) 

Braner, Fred (Nellie Loughary) Ch 
Dale, Dortha, Roy, Dean, Mildred, 
Francis, Aileen; Jacksonville R4 
Sec24 Pct89 T16 Rll O50a (1884) 

Braner, George W. (Louisa Hender- 
son) Arenzville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 
Rll O40a (1846) 

Braner, Hannah Ch Grace, Cora, 
Newual, Charles; Jacksonville R4 
Sec24 Pct89 T16 Rll O136a (1860) 

Braner, Henry (Josie Goodpasture) 
Ch Chester, Lottie, Raymond; 
Jacksonville R4 Secl2 Pct89 T16 
Rll O120a (1858) 

Braswell, James A. (Martha Robert- 
son) Ch Albert T. Agnes; Chapin 
R3 Secll Pct94 T15 R12 T60a T. I. 
Brownlow (1882) 

Braswell, Thomas F. Chapin R3 Secll 
Pct94 T15 R12 T60a T. I. Brown- 
low 

Breckon, Joseph V. (Effie Padgett) 
Ch Paul, Mary; Jacksonville Sec34 
Pct48 T13 RIO O273a (1864) 

Breckon, Paul (Irene Straight) Ch 
Fred; Murray ville R3 Sec34 Pct48 
T13 RIO T273a J. V. Breckon (1892) 

Breeding, Fred (Grace Adams) Ch 
Geraldine; New Berlin R30 SeclO 
Pct9 T14 R8 T72a Lee Adams 
(1916) 

Brewer, J. P. (Minerva Wheeler) Ch 
Mabel; Waverly R3 Sec21 Pctl4 
T13 R8 T130a R. L. McDivett 
(1915) 

Brewer, William O. (Maud Hale) Ch 
Deneen, Boneta, Oma; Chapin Rl 
Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 T140a J. H. 
Fountain (1898) 



Bridgeman, Oscar (Annie Gilmore) 
Ch Nina; Jacksonville R4 Sec24 
Pct89 T16 Rll O20a T60a V. 
Bridgeman (1862) 

Bridges, William (Caroline Gaul) Ch 
Harry, Hazel, Stacey, Harvey, Tru- 
man, Donald, Mildred; Murrayville 
Rl Secl3 Pct74 T13 Rll Farm 
Hand J. C. Anders (1897) 

Bridgman, J. A. Ch Myra, William, 
Gertrude, Lora; Jacksonville R7 
Secl2 Pct84 T15 Rll T80a W. H. 
Self (1851) 

Bridgman, W. A. (Effie McAlister) 
Ch Glenn, Alma; Jacksonville R8 
Sec27 Pct71 T16 RIO T120a James 
Bourn (1874) 

Bringle, Joe (Lizzie DeOrnellas) Ch 
Rose, Marie, Georgina, Stella, 
Lloyd; Jacksonville R8 SeclO Pct62 
T15" RIO OlOa (1883) 

Brockhouse, Alfred (Frances Eagan) 
Ch Warren, Eleanor, Vancil; Con- 
cord Rl Sec24 PctlOl T16 R12 
O420a (1877) 

Brockhouse, Arthur (Minnie Van 
Herck) Ch Arthur V., Irma L.; 
Chapin R3 Seel Pct94 T15 R12 
T202a August Brockhouse (1889) 

Brockhouse, August (Carrie Perbix) 
Ch Henry, George, Arthur, Luther, 
Esther; Chapin Rl Sec36 Pctl04 
T16 R12 O200a (1857) 

Brockhouse, Ellis E. (Pearl Burris) 
Ch Chapin Rl SeclS Pct99 T16 R12 
T240a W. C. Brockhouse (1888) 

Brockhouse, George W. (Effie Walli- 
han) Ch lona, Harry, Dewey, 
Gladys; Chapin Rl Sec34 Pctl04 
T16 R12 O50a (1861) 

Brockhouse, Mrs. Grace (Grace Wol- 
ers) Ch Maggie, Henry, Anna, Roy, 
Francis, Paul, Viola, Edna; Chapin 
Rl Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 O3a 
(1855) | 4 

Brockhouse, Harry (May Rigg) 
Chapin Rl Sec34 Pctl04 T16 R12 
TlOOa M. Brockhouse (1896) 

Brockhouse, Henry E. (Luella North- 
rup) Ch Dorene, Wilber; Concord 
Rl Secl2 PctlOO T16 R12 Farm 
Hand O. H. Holt (1890) 

Brockhouse, Henry M. (Laura 
Breyer) Ch Olaf, Olga, Wilma; 
Arenzville R2 Sec6 Pct88 T16 Rll 
Farm Hand Pfeil Est. (1874) 

Brockhouse, Louis (Ida Anderson) 
Ch Idella, Frank, Russell, Ruth, 
Ray, Leona; Chapin Rl Sec34 
Pctl04 T16 R12 OSOa (1868) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Brockhouse, Samuel (Ellen Cox) Ch 
Walter, Elmer, Lawrence, Albert, 
Homer, Archie, Mary, Velva, Char- 
lotte; Concord Rl Sec24 PctlOl 
T16 R12 Farm Hand J. E. Whorten 
(1863) 

Brockhouse Sisters Mary and Martha 
Chapin Rl Sec34 Pctl04 T16 R12 
OlSOa (1865) 

Brogdon, G. H. (Ellen Stevens) Ch 
Susie, Ada, Lelia, Everett; Jackson- 
ville R4 Sec33 Pct72 T16 RIO TllSa 
Martin Bros. (1911) 

Brooks, Thomas (Carrie Taylor) Ch 
Mollie, Lela, Daisy, Georgie, Clara, 
Leona; Jacksonville R3 SeclO Pct62 
T15 RIO Farm Hand Phillip Dun- 
lap (1867) 

Brown, Ben F. Sinclair Rl Sec21 
Pct40 T16 R9 O17Sa (1865) 

Brown, Charles (Ethel Colvin) Ch 
Rufus; Ashland Rl Secll Pct36 
T16 R9 T70a Sarah Brown (1878) 

Brown, David (Jessie Daggett) Ch 
Isabelle, Louisa; Jacksonville R2 
SecS Pct77 T14 Rll T130a W. E. 
Rawlings (1910) 

Brown, D. Edgar (Vallie M. Ogle) 
Ch Russell O.; Ashland Rl SeclO 
Pct37 T16 R9 T120a E. C. Osborn 
(1882) 

Brown Frank (Mary McNamara) Ch 
Lucille, Eleanor, Francis; Jackson- 
ville R8 Sec3 Pet 60 T15 RIO T113a 
Mrs. Emma Brown (1881) 

Brown, Frank (Cora Keller) Ch 
Carl; Murray ville R2 Sec23 Pct74 
T13 Rll T180a Fanny Curtis 
(1904) 

Brown, George E. (Martha Sey- 
mour) Franklin Rl Sec26 Pct30 T14 
R9 O120a (1877) 

Brown, George P. (Anna M. Harris) 
Ch George P., Ester J., Louie S.; 
''Hickory Grove Farm" Concord 
Rl SeclS Pct98 T16 R12 (1857) 

Brown, G. W. (Cornelia Vertrees) Ch 
Nellie, Leila; Murray ville R3 Sec22 
Pct48 T13 RIO T160a W. Stansfield 
(1862) 

Brown, James (Katie E. Dodworth) 
Ch Estella B., John E., Oliver H., 
Allen A., Eugene E., Grace F., Vin- 
cent E.; Murrayville Rl Sec26 Pct56 
T14 Rll (1873) 

Brown, John A. (Emma Meyer) Ch 
Walter A., Minnie M.; Alexander 
Rl Sec4 Pct9 T14 R8 O200a 
(1892) 



Brown, J. F. (Margaret Mount) Ch 
Mount, Waldon; "Blue Grass 
Farm" Concord Rl Secl7 Pct88 
T16 Rll O184a (1861) 

Brown, Newton (Lou Neal) Ch lima, 
Russell, Katherine, Neal; Murray- 
ville R2 Sec24 Pct74 T13 Rll O80a 
(1895) 

Brown, Sarah Ch Lula F., Charles 
W., D. Edgar; Ashland Rl Secll 
Pct36 T16 R9 O70a (1850) 

Brown, S. F. Waverly Rl Sec22 Pctl2 
T14 R8 O160a Dan Gorman (1877) 

Brown, Thomas (Katie E. Hickman) 
Ch Emmett; Sinclair Rl Secl9-22 
Pcts39-40 T16 R9 O60a (1876) 

Brownlow, Henry (Elizabeth Sidles) 
Ch Gertrude, Edith, Elsie; Chapin 
Rl Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 O192a 
(1872) 

Brunk, George W. (Cynthia Peters) 
Concord Rl SecS Pct88 T16 Rll 
O90a (1848) 

Bryant, A. E. (Lulu Seymour) Ch 
Lucy S., Mabel F., Jessie M., Alice 
J., Bessie A., Helen F., Dale F., 
Areatha F.; Waverly R3 Sec7 Pctl9 
T13 R8 T52a Mrs. Mamie Gordon 
(1871) 

Buchanan, B. F. (Nettie A. Roberts) 
(Cordelia Clara Buchanan) Ch T. 
B. Jr., Clarence, Curtis, Arthur, 
Mary J., Calvin, Hattie, Julia, Wil- 
liam; Jacksonville R6 Sec4 Pct26 
T14 R9 O4a (1851) 

Buchanan, T. B. (Elizabeth Walker) 
Franklin R3 Secl6 Pct26 T14 R9 
O88a (1860) 

Buchanan, T. B. Jr. (Elsie Smith) 
Ch Lena, Laura, Leonard, Eunice; 
Franklin R3 Sec9 Pct26 T14 R9 
T88a T. B. Buchanan Sr. (1884) 

Bull, George (Carry Haynes) Ch 
Stella, Ruby; Franklin Rl Sec4 
Pct21 T13 R9 Farm Hand Albert 
Gibbson (1900) 

Bull, John J. (Emma Spencer) Ch 
Mary, John, Virginia; Franklin R2 
Sec32 PctllS T13 R9 O320a (1864) 

Bullock, Columbus (Delia Gunter) 
Alexander Rl Sec9 Pct9 T14 R8 
Farm Hand Otto Luken (1917) 

Bunch, Charles (Silva McGlassion) 
Gladys, Russell, Mildred; Bluffs 
Rl Sec35 Pctl04 T16 R12 Farm 
Hand J. H. Fountain (1901) 

Burch, R. E. (Lilly Braswell) Ch 
Lucile, Roy, Vernon, Frances, 
Oliver, Dale, Eleanor; Waverly R3 
Secl9 Pct3 T13 R8 T80a G. A. 
Miner Est. (1876) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Burchett, Samuel (Christena Yunker) 
Ch Bessie, Fred, Anna; Franklin R2 
SeclS Pct20 T13 R9 T200a Woods 
Est. (1870) 

Burmeister, Charles F. (Lorene 
Flynn) Jacksonville R7 Secll Pct84 
T1S Rll Tl9a W. N. Stout (1874) 

Burmeister, Herman (Anna German) 
Ch Carl, Lewis, Lena; Jacksonville 
R2 Secl2 Pct79 T14 Rll O120a 
(1868) 

Burmeister, John (Nittie Dixon) Jack- 
sonville R8 Sec27 Pct71 T16 RIO 
T200a Tom Richard (1881) 

Burnett, Everett (Margaret Hubbs) 
"Little York Farm" Waverly Rl 
Sec26 PctlO T14 R8 O686a (1860) 

Burnett, Fred (Mary Bateman) Ch 
Olive, Leon; Waverly Rl Sec34 
Pct7 T14 R8 O160a (1863) 

Burnett, G. W. (Mary J. McCormick) 
Ch Marshall, Everett, Oscar, Fred, 
John, Lucinda, Emma; Waverly Rl 
Sec27 Pctl3 T14 R8 O86a (1831) 

Burnett, H. R. (Florence Stice) Wav- 
erly Rl Sec4 Pct.2 T13 R8 O80a 
T320a Retta Cox (1892) 

Burnett, Isom (Lucy Malone-Luttrell) 
Ch Albert, John, William, Joe, Sid- 
ney, Lucy, Gertie, Hattie, Olie; 
Franklin R2 Secl2 Pctl9 T13 R9 
' O40a (1883) 

Burnett, Marshall (Martha Hocking) 
Ch Ethel, Frank L.; Franklin R3 
Sec29 Pctl3 T14 R8 O284a (1862) 

Burnett, Olie (Raulna Whitlock) Ch 
Raulna, Ruth; Franklin R2 Secl2 
Pctl9 T13 R9 T61a Dan McCarty 
(1893) 

Burnett, Ralph Franklin R3 Sec28 
Pctl3 T14 R8 TllOa H. Osborne 
(1880) 

Burnett, S. W. (Ella Ray) Ch Cor- 
inne; Waverly Rl Seel Pctl T13 
R8 T240a M. B. Rohrer (1876) 

Burnett, William (Mame Palmer) Ch 
Rubie, Beatrice, Maxine; Franklin 
R3 Sec29 Pctl3 T14 R8 T72a John 
Burnett (1885) 

Burmister, Frank (Minnie Ward) 
Ashland Rl Sec3 Pct37 T16 R9 
O55a (1871) 

Burns, Thomas A. (Eileen Harmon) 
Ch M. Edna, Geraldine L.; Wood- 
son Rl Sec28 Pct57 T14 RIO T200a 
Mrs. L. Ransdall and J. L. Henry 
(1890) 



Burrus, Arthur (Ruth Tucker) Arenz- 
ville Rl Sec2 Pct97 T16 R12 T200a 
H. Korsemeyer (1896) 

Burrus, Edgar (Maud Wilday) Ch 
Dale W., Sara D., William D.; 
Arenzville Rl Sec6 Pct98 T16 R12 
O160a (1883) 

Burrus, Ray (Hala Kappal) Arenz- 
ville Rl Sec4 Pct98 T16 R12 O104a 
T320a E. Burrus (1889) 

Burrus, Wilber (Dora Kappal) Ch 
Eileen; Arenzville Rl Sec4 Pct98 
T16 R12 O104a T320a E. Burrus 
(1891) 

Burrus, William Ch Minnie, Edgar, 
Clarence, Leah, Frank, Alta, Earl, 
Leona, Melvin; Arenzville Rl Sec2 
Pct97 T16 R12 O200a (1856) 

Burrus, W. G. (Beulah Naylor) Ch 
Mildred N. ; Meredosia Rl SecS 
Pct98 T16 R12 O171a (1874 

Busey, T. S. (Margaret Hale) Ch 
George, Edgar, Walter; Jackson- 
ville R2 Seel Pct65 T14 Rll O40a 
(1848) 

Bush, T. N. (Sally Ezard) Ch Marie; 
Murrayville R4 SeclO Pct43 T13 
RIO O80a (1874) 

Busher, Louise Ch Mary, Henry, Ed- 
ward, William, Johanna, Dora, 
Dena, Bertha; Meredosia Rl SecS 
Pct98 T16 R12 O200a (1877) 

Bushnell, Chauncey (Emma McAl- 
lister) Ch lona, Thomas; Bluffs Rl 
Sec30 Pct44 T16 R13 T220a Wilday 
Est. (1875) 

Butcher, Harry (Anna Meier) Pren- 
tice Rl Sec35 Pct41 T16 R9 T320a 
Mrs. C. D. Kappal (1888) 

Butcher, Jonah (Joanna Beeley) Ch 
Etta, Harry, Jennie, Frank, Muriel, 
Mary, Nola; Meredosia Rl Sec23 
Pctl07 T16 R13 T160a Albert 
Butcher (1861) 

Butler, John S. (Ida Turner) Ch 
Tuila Williams, Bernice; Woodson 
Rl Sec21 Pct53 T14 RIO O20a 
(1870) 

Butler, L. O. (Daisy Conover) Ch 
Homer; Ashland Sec4 Pctl7 T16 
R8 O200a (1873) 

Butt, S. L. (Mary S. Fanning) Ch 
Dorothy; Jacksonville R5 Sec7 
Pct27 T14 R9 Farm Hand Mrs 
Anna M. Fry (1858) 

Byrns, W. S. (Rebecca Dye) Jackson- 
ville R3 Secl2 Pct59 T15 R12 O80a 
(1880) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Cain, Austin F. "Cain Homestead" 
Jacksonville R6 Sec36 PctSO T1S 
RIO T497 John Cain Est. (1863) 

Cain, Thomas R. (Elizabeth Butler) 
Jacksonville Sec36 PctSO T15 RIO 
T497a John Cain Est. (1870) 

Caldwell, Grover (Elsie Tribble) Ch 
Nelson, Luella, Marion; Franklin 
Sec6 Pct2 T13 R8 T240a J. A. 
Caldwell (1891) 

Calhoon, George (Lura Scott) Ch 
Martha, Milton; Franklin R2 SeclO 
Pct20 T13 R9 T80a Julia Wright 
(1887) 

Calhoun, A. M. (J. E. Turner) Ch 
Taylor, Theresa, Tilman J., Julia, 
Abraham, George D., Erma, Ger- 
trude, Newton, Lora; Franklin R2 
Secl2 Pctl9 T13 R9 OlOOa (1875) 

Campbell, A. J. (Edna Coultas) Ch 
James, Richard, Dorothy, Leona, 
Arthur, Edna; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec35 Pctl09 T15 Rll T200a James 
H. Campbell (1877) 

Campbell, J. H. (Sarah Rice) Ch 
Carey, Albert, Charles, Edith, 
Nannie; "Brookside Farm" Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec30 Pctl09 T15 Rll 
O193a (1837) 

Campbell, Mrs. Wash Ch Clarence, 
Lafe, Sterling, Ed.; Waverly R2 
Sec22 Pct4 T13 R8 O80a John Mil- 
ler (1893) 

Cannon, A. C. (Lucy Brisendine) Ch 
Ralph; Waverly R3 Secl7 Pct3 T13 
R8 T35a Wemple Bros. (1902) 

Carls, Arthur (Grace Burrus) Arenz- 
ville Rl Sec4 Pct98 T16 R12 T240a 
W. Carls Est. (1883) 

Carpenter, Alvin N. (Edith Gaines) 
Ch Paul F., Reuel E. ; Jacksonville 
R8 Sec26 Pct71 T16 RIO T340a Mrs. 
Sam Black (1882) 

Carpenter, Bert (Delia Williams) Ch 
Cecil, Donald, Bernice, Gile, Cletus; 
Sinclair Rl Sec21 Pct40 T16 R9 
Farm Hand B. F. Brown (1882) 

Carpenter, Spencer (Emma White) 
Ch Alvin, Venetia, Nathaniel, Earl; 
Jacksonville R3 Secl6 T15 RIO O14a 
(1881) 

Carrigan, John (Margaret McGrath) 
Ch Catherine, Vincen, Julia, Marie, 
James; Woodson Rl - Secl9 Pct52 
T14 RIO O80a (1873) 

Carrigan, Mrs. Julia Ch Daniel, John 
B., Maurice, Michael E., Hanna, 
Thomas H., Joseph L. ; "Ambrose 
Farm" Woodson Rl Sec30 Pet 58 
T14 RIO O96a (1870) 



Carrigan, Morris Murrayville R3 Sec21 
Pct48 T13 RIO TI20a T. G. Stein 
(1882) 

Carter, Emory R. (Anna Rogers) Ch 
Clarence, Fred; Jacksonville R7 
Sec9 Pct33 T15 Rll O210a (1859) 

Carter, George (Hallie Caster) 
Pleasant Plains R40 Sec9 Pctl/ 
T16 R8 T120a Beggs Bros. (1389) 

Carter, William W. (Kittie Sibert) 
Ch Helen, Wallace, Marian; Jack- 
sonville R2 Sec32 Pct64 T15 RIO 
O140a (1854) 

Caruthers, George (Anna Finley) 
Ch John, Marion, Harold G.; Wav- 
erly Sec3 Pct2 T13 R8 O400a 
(1860) 

Carwell, John (Minnie Peck) Ch 
Russell, Glen; Jacksonville R3 
Secll Pct59 T15 RIO O28a (1882) 

Casey, John F. (Nora Lynch) Ch 
William T.; Woodson Rl Sec21 
Pct53 T14 RIO O80a (1887) 

Casey, Thomas (Margaret Whalen) 
Ch James T., John E.; Jackson- 
ville R2 Secl2 Pct79 T14 Rll 
O105a (1878) 

Cashin, Mike (Cassie Decker) Ch 
Margaret, Nellie, Marie, Clara, 
Edward; Prentice Rl Secl2 Pct36 
T16 R9 Farm Hand Roy Robin- 
son (1875) 

Casson, George W. (Hattie Curtis) 
Ch Dorothy, Lloyd; Jacksonville 
R2 Secl6 Pct78 T14 Rll Farm 
Hand Walter Fearneyhough (1896) 

Casson, Roy (Sophia Braker) Ch 
Alvin, Mabel, Elvina, Viola; Pren- 
tice Rl Sec7 Pctl7 T16 R8 T80a 
W. Mau (1909) 

Challans, Ed. (Anna McCalustor) Ch 
Ernest; Waverly R3 SeclS PctS T13 
R8 O47a (1907) 

Challans, Walter S. (Susan Jones) 
Ch Elmer B., Vernon L., Elsie A., 
Truman W., Dorothy M.; Waverly 
Rl Secl6 Pctl2 T14 R8 T160a 
George Schramm (1916) 

Challans, William (Alice Bond) 
Franklin Rl Sec5 Pct28 T13 R9 
O200a (1882) 

Challas, Robert (Anna B. Turner) Ch 
Ehle, Bessie; Waverly R3 SeclS 
Pct4 T13 R8 O63a (1907) 

Challeng, W. S. (Susan Jones) Ch 
Elmer, Lisle, Elsie, Truman, Lil- 
lian; Waverly Rl Secl6 Pctl2 T14 
R8 T160a George Evans (1816) 

Challiner, Herbert (Kate Couchman) 
Ch Sam, Ruel; Chapin R3 Sec35 
Pct90 T16 Rll O74a (1881) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Chiswell, David E. (Gerna) Ch Bertie; 
Waverly R2 Sec24 PctS T13 R8 
O19a (1916) 

Chrisman, Charles (Leta Raisor) Ch 
Charles; Meredosia SecS Pct98 T16 
R12 T160a A. J. Lesley (1917) 

Clampit, Charles W. (Edith Drake) 
Ch Everett, Mattie; "Holstein 
Ravine Farm" Jacksonville R7 Sec6 
Pct72 T15 RIO O207a (1849) 

Clark, Ernest L. (Anna L. Rexroat) 
Ch Helen; "Red Clover Stock 
Farm" Literberry Rl Sec9 Pct69 
T16 RIO O154a (1909) 

Clark Harry J. (Lillian Hembrough) 
Ch Mary, Anna, Henry, Leslie; 
"Lake Front Farm" Jacksonville 
R5 Sec28 Pct64 T15 RIO T80a J. A. 
Clark (1886) 

Clark, H. H. (Elizabeth Emrick) Ch 
Robert, Laura; Jacksonville R4 SecS 
Pct61 T15 RIO O275a O. Maxwell 
(1846) 

Clark, Roy (Jennie Pierce) Ch Roy, 
Grace, Alary, Charles, Thelma, 
Frances, Worth; Murray ville Rl 
Seel Pct73 T13 Rll T120a J. G. 
Bush Est. (1877) 

Clarkson, C. B. Ch Ward, Jud, Cin- 
nick, Mayme, Bessie; Murrayville 
R3 Secl6 Pct43 T13 RIO O80a 
(1899) 

Clayton, C. L. (Vina Tribble) Frank- 
lin R2 Seel Pctl9 T13 R9 T175a J. 
B. Burch (1889) 

Clayton, George D. (Elizabeth Foster) 
Ch Arthur, Willie, George, Edward, 
Minnie, Annie, Leta, Herbert, Ivy, 
Clarence, Frank, Robert, Stanley; 
Murrayville R4 Sec9 Pct43 T13 R9 
O220a (1887) 

Clayton, George F. (Jennie Lovell) 
Murrayville R4 Sec9 Pct43 T13 RIO 
Farm Hand George D. Clayton 
(1893) 

Clayton, William Murrayville R4 
SeclS Pct43 T13 RIO T240a John 
Googerty (1890) 

Clayton, W. F. (Lillian B.) Ch Nellie, 
Tessie, Addie, Mabel, Leslie; 
Franklin R2 Seel Pctl9 T13 R9 
T175a J. B. Burch (1849) 

Cleary, Jeffrey (Margaret E. Harney) 
Ch Mary Elizabeth; "Mapleside 
Farm" Jacksonville R7 Secl3 Pct84 
T15 Rll O89a T120a John Cleary 
(1888) 

Cleary, M. E. (Sophia Hieronymous) 
Jacksonville Rl Sec26 Pct85 T15 
Rll O126a (1881) 



Cleary, Samuel P. (Helen Sargent) 
Ch Helen; "The Maples" Jackson- 
ville Rl Sec21 Pct83 T1S Rll O160a 
(1867) 

Cline, Albert W. (Rachel L. Daniel) 
Ch Leslie A., George A., Delia M., 
Louis E., Zella E.; Franklin R2 
SeclS Pct20 T13 R9 T80a Ernest 
Alford (1866) 

Cline, Louis (Delia Thurston) Ch 
Ralph L.; Jacksonville R5 Sec25 
Pct56 T14 RIO Farm Hand G. W. 
Craig (1895) 

Cobb, Hugh Jacksonville R6 Sec20 
Pct34 T15 R9 T170a Mrs. J. Cully 
and Mrs. W. Witty (1870) 

Cockin, George C. (Ethel Lindsay) 
Ch Harold, George, John, Florence, 
Harriet E.; Alexander Rl Sec20 
Pct20 T1S R8 O635a (1866) 

Cock'n, John P. (Sarah Cockin, Sis- 
ter) Alexander Rl Sec6 PctlO T14 
R8 O266a (1877) 

Cockrill, William (Stella Ditton) Ch 
Fay, Frank; Murrayville R2 Sec26 
Pct7S T13 Rll T160a Thomas 
Stringer (1885) 

Coe, Mark R. (Emma Coe) Ch Pauline 
A., Lois E.; Jacksonville R5 Seel 
PctSO T14 RIO T180a J. Whitleck 
(1908) 

Coffey, D. G. (Sallie Norris) Ch Ros- 
coe, Josie, Earl, Alma; Alexander 
Rl Sec4 Pct9 T14 R8 Farm Hand 
T. Cockin (1916) 

Coffman, James W. (Harriet Solan) 
Ch George, Harvey, Clara, William, 
Cecil, Lydia, Elizabeth, Rachel, 
Agnes; Jacksonville R3 Secl6 T15 
RIO O8a (1855) 

Coker, George (Sallie Salyers) Ch 
Amos L., Pearl; Jacksonville R6 
Sec6 Pct27 T14 R9 O25a (1867) 

Coleman, Michael (Kate Lockhart) 
Ch Ellen, John, Leo, George, Mary, 
Cletus, Celia, Margaret, Charles, 
Alma; Manchester Rl Sec2 Pct73 
T13 Rll T60a Thomas Whewell 
(1894) 

Collins, Albert (Mary Miner) Ch 
Star; Waverly R2 Sec29 PctS T13 
R8 Farm Hand Ed. Copper (1915) 

Collins, Edward S. (L. Mae Pier- 
man) Ch Mary, Catherine; Prentice 
Sec7 Pctl7 T16 R9 O420a (1879) 

Combes, John (Myrtle Fanning) Ch 
Roy, Orver, Eddie, Emil, Donald, 
Annie; Murrayville Rl Sec4 Pct43 
T13 RIO Farm Hand C. D. Irlam 
(1881) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Combs, Clark (Elizabeth Fanning) 
Murrayville Rl Sec25 PctSO T14 
Rll Farm Hand Ellen Lonegan 
(1835) 

Combs, Henry (Fannie Reese) Ch 
Blossom; Murrayville R2 Sec26 
Pct75 T13 Rll O80a (1853) 

Conlon, Elizabeth Ch Mary, Maggie, 
Nicholas, John, Thomas; Murray- 
ville Rl Sec36 PctSO T14 Rll O240a 
(1857) 

Connelly, James V. (Elizabeth Doo- 
lin) Ch Thomas, Alma, Vincent, 
Martin, Theresa; Murrayville Rl 
Seel Pct73 T13 Rll O120a (1878) 

Connolly, Michael (Anna Lyons) Ch 
Raymond, Elizabeth, Serena, A. 
Leo; Murrayville Rl Sec36 PctSO 
T14 Rll O40a (1900) 

Cooper, James (Mollie Fanning) Ch 
William, Mae; Murrayville Rl Sec33 
Pct57 T14 RIO O13a (1892) 

Cooper, James W. (Anna Wake) Ch 
Irene, Marie, Edwin; Waverly R3 
SeclS Pct3 T13 R8 T80a Charles 
W. Johnson (1870) 

Cooper, Jay R. (Mrs. Charles Led- 
batter, Housekeeper) Concord Rl 
Sec22 Pct91 T16 Rll T160a J. B. 
Cooper (1893) 

Corington, John B. (Eugenia Thomp- 
son) Ch Dovie, Porter, Mamie; 
"Pleasant View Farm" Prentice Rl 
Sec32 PctlS T16 R8 O340a (1857) 

Coulson, George H. (Harriet E. 
Berry) Ch Irvin R., Elmer C., Noda 
F.; Chapin R2 Sec8 Pct96 T15 R12 
O515a (1859) 

Coulson, I. R. (Gertrude Hutches) Ch 
Maurine; Chapin R2 Sec9 Pct95 T15 
R12 T147a G. H. Coulson (1887) 

Coultas, D. F. (Anna Lazenby) Ch 
Ivorine, Juanita; Jacksonville R2 
Sec34 Pct86 T15 Rll T175a I. G. 
Lazenby (1902) 

Coultas, Orville (Mary Baxter) Ch 
Robert, Mary B.; Jacksonville R5 
Seel PctSO T14 RIO TlOSa S. E. 
Bergschneider (1891) 

Coultas, O. C. (Anna Coultas) Ch 
Bernice, Sherman, Edna; Winches- 
ter R5 Sec6 Pct77 T14 Rll O160a 
(1872) 

Coumbes, George F. (Alice Glossop) 
Jacksonville Rl Sec32-29 Pct86 T15 
Rll O40a T235a Wiley Todd (1875) 
Covey, Cecil W. (Bessie Reeve) Ch 
Thelma M.; Franklin R2 Secl3 
Pctl9 T13 R9 T120a J. M. Hart 
(1882) 

Covey, George Franklin R2 Secl3 
Pet 19 T13 R9 O83a (1880) 



Covey, George F. Franklin R2 Secl3 
Pctl9 T13 R9 O83a T8a (1884) 

Covey, John W. (Zulah Fanning) Ch 
Forrest, Howard; Murrayville R3 
Sec36 Pct47 T13 RIO O120a (1874) 

Covey, Silva (Louisa Lankford) Ch 
Marseline C. ; Franklin R2 Secl2 
Pctl9 T13 R9 T103a H. C. Lank- 
ford (1885) 

Covey, Vessie (Helen M. Seymour) 
Ch Frances H.; Franklin R2 Seel 
Pet 19 T13 R9 T60a Mrs. W. T. 
Luttrell 

Cowden, Elmer (Gladys Johnson) Ch 
Verla, Nellie M.; Alexander Rl Sec8 
Pct33 T15 R9 Farm Hand Andrew 
Rubel (1914) 

Cowden, Elmer R. (Gladys Johnson) 
Ch Vurla Mae, Nellie M.; Franklin 
R3 Sec35 Pct35 TI5 R9 Farm Hand 
James T. Holmes (1913) 

Cowdin, Charles H. (Minnie A. 
Porawski) Ch Frederick P., Mabel 
P.; Chapin R3 Sec5-8 Pct82 T15 
Rll O160a (1859) 

Cowdin, Lincoln P. (Jennie Baxter) 
Chapin R3 Sec33 Pct93 T16 Rll 
OllSa (1865) 

Cowdin, Willard T. (Rose Hoagland) 
Ch Clifford, Louise, Willard T., 
Mary F.; Chapin R3 SecS Pct82 
T15 Rll O138a (1870) 

Cox, A. W. Ch Florence E., Lloyd W., 
Clyde E., Charles V., Iven W.; 
Franklin R3 Sec3 Pct26 T14 R9 
O230a (1835) 

Cox, Bert (Effie Hart) Ch Bernice; 
Franklin R2 Sec29 Pct22 T13 R9 
O103a (1876) 

Cox, Mrs. Charlotte Ch Mary, Helen, 
Charles, William, Frank, Sarah, 
Susan, George; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec24 Pct85 T15 Rll O20a (1856) 

Cox, Clyde E. (Lillian M. Ryan) Ch 
Albert W.; Jacksonville R6 Sec28 
Pct34 T15 R9 O280a Etta Robert- 
son (1881) 

Cox, David S. (Bertha Spoon) Ch 
Rosy B., Rachel, Ruth; Arenzville 
R2 Sec9 Pct87 T16 Rll T14a Elsie 
Coffman (1911) 

Cox, George (Susan C. Edwards) Ch 
Josie, Lodell, Ada, Landis, Nelson, 
Hilda, Meda; Murrayville R4 SeclS 
Pct22 T13 R9 OSOa (1869) 

Cox, George T. (Ella Sullens) Ch 
Fay, Fern, Marjorie, Virginia, 
Marie; Jacksonville Rl Sec24 PctSS 
T15 Rll T20a Mrs. Charlotte Cox 
(1867) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Cox, Hubert (Winifred Shawen) Wav- 
erly R3 Sec21 Pct4 T13 R8 O60a 
(1863) 

Cox, Isaac (Martha Hacker) Ch Ethel, 
Margaret, Erma, Leona, Jessie; 
Concord Rl Sec30 Pct92 T16 Rll 
T230a Carrie Deitrick (1913) 

Cox, J. G. (Zella Zell Savage) Ch 
Frances L. ; Jacksonville R8 Sec3S 
g Pct71 T16 RIO T160a Jerry Cox 
(1882) 

Cox, Oliver (Hattie Edwards) Ch 
Iris, Raymond, Grace, Lillian; 
Franklin R2 Sec24 Pct24 T13 R9 
OlSOa (1885) 

Cox, W. P. (Lucy Spainhower) 
Franklin R3 Sec4 Pct26 T14 R9 T50a 
R. Scroggins (1887) 

Crabtree, W. W. (Mary A. Brewster) 
Ch Ralph, Fred, Effie, Albert; Mur- 
rayville R3 Secl9 Pct45 T13 RIO 
058a (1893) 

Craig, Edward (Marcella Hodges) 
Ch Brenda M., Delos N.; Jackson- 
ville R5 Secl2 PctSO T14 RIO 
T185a William Hembungh (1900) 

Craig, William T. (Lelia Green) Ch 
Harry G., Helen, George A.; Jack- 
sonville R5 Sec25 Pct56 T14 RIO 
T300a George W. Craig (1877) 

Grain, N. H. (Myrtle Seymour) Ch 
Helen L.; Woodson Rl Sec26 Pct56 
T14 RIO TISOa D. Grain and M. 
Seymour (1886) 

Crank, James (Eva Lyons) Waverly 
R2 Sec26 Pct6 T13 R8 C. H. Daven- 
port (1916) 

Cravens, Fred R. (Addie Elliott) Ch 
Mira L., Elliott; Franklin R3 Frank- 
lin SeclS T35a George Wood (1882) 

Cravens, P. C. Waverly R2 Sec35 Pct7 
T13 R8 T250a Wemple Bros. (1892) 

Crawford, Elmer (May Dyer) Ch 
Velma, Elcina, Almeda; Franklin Rl 
Pisgah Sec34 Farm Hand James H. 
Dobyns (1911) 

Crawford, John W. (Ella M. Hart) 
Ch Mary E., Avis E., Madge M., 
Raleigh "R., Clarice C, Hartie L; 
Franklin R2 Sec27 Pct23 T13 R9 
O41a TllOa T. Roberts and M. 
Hart (1869) 

Crawford, Luther (Ora Mann) Ch 
Lela, Russell, Earl; Franklin R3 
Franklin Sec3 O8a T35a John Dyer 
(1873) 

Crawford, Russell (Ethel Tannahill) 
Franklin R3 Sec3 Pct26 T14 R9 T4a 
L. Crawford (1897) 



Crawford, William H. (Lola McDan- 
nold) Ch William, Harriet; Jack- 
sonville R2 Secl3 Pct59 T15 RIO 
Farm Hand O. F. Conklin (1917) 

Creed, Walter S. (Jennie Boston) Ch 
Roy, Harvey, George, John, Nellie; 
Prentice Sec5 Pctl7 T16 R8 O138a 
(1863) 

Criswell, Charles E. (Jane Seymour) 
Ch Pauline A.; Franklin R2 Sec35 
Pct30 T14 R9 O138a T125a Scott 
Tranbarger (1887) 

Criswell, E. R. (Addie Boyer) Ch 
Wilmuth C., Russell E. ; Waverly 
R3 Sec9 Pctl4 T15 R8 TlOOa J. M. 
Criswell (1871) 

Criswell, J. M. (Hannah Nail) Ch 
Edgar R., Clara; Waverly R3 Sec9 
Pct2 T13 R8 OlOOa (1844) 

Criswell, Nimrod (Effie Meredith) 
Franklin R3 Sec3 Pct26 T14 R9 
Farm Hand Sam Zachary (1917) 

Cromwell, S. O. (Mary Cockin) Ch 
Lloyd, Agnes, Oliver; Jacksonville 
R3 Secl2 Pct59 T1S RIO O253a 
(1882) 

Croulay, M. (Mary Guinan) Ch Helen; 
Murrayville R4 Sec9 Pct43 T13 RIO 
080a (1877) 

Crouse, D. J. (Pearl Hull) Ch Juan- 
ita. Ellen, Forest, Dean, Opal; Mur- 
rayville R4 Secl6 Pct43 T13 RIO 
TlOOa Mary E. Crouse (1881) 

Crouse, James (Hattie Miller) Ch 
Theodore, Ernest, Leroy; Jackson- 
ville R3 Secll Pct59 T15 RIO T5a 
Mary Gordon (1913) 

Crowther, Samuel (Melissa Britt) Ch 
Edna, Hattie, Laura; Arenzville R2 
Seel T16 Rll O140a (1857) 

Crum, Albert .(Sallie B. Murry) Ch 
Elizabeth C., Martin; "Wayside 
Farm" Literberry Rl Sec7 Pct38 
T16 R9 O900a (1858) 

Crum, Roy R. (Mae DeLong) Ch 
Raymond, Genevieve, Kenneth; 
Waverly R2 Sec20 Pct3 T13 R8 
0160a (1910) 

Crum, Talmage M. (Eva M. Decker) 
Ch Helen F.; Literberry Rl Secll 
Pct66 T16 RIO T240a M. M. Crum 
(1893) 

Crum, W. H. (Martha Gilpin) Ch 
Wilma, Alta; "Old Crum Farm" 
Literberry Rl Secl2 Pct66 T16 RIO 
OlOSa (1855) 

Culberson, Thomas (Goldie Hamp- 
ton) Waverly R3 Secl7 Pct3 T13 
R8 W r illiam H. Moulton (1893) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Cully, John A. Ch William A., Mary 
E., John W.; Jacksonville R5 Secl2 
PctSO T14 RIO T160a Lee Smith 
(1877) 

Culp, Roy H. (Lucinda Ritter) Ch 
Ruth E.; Woodson Rl Sec29 Pct58 
T14 RIO T180a L. Baptiste (1885) 

Cundiff, Alex. (Susan Raybon) Arenz- 
ville Seel Pct97 T16 R12 O108a 
(1873) 

Cunningham, James (Mary Cobb) Ch 
Blanche; Jacksonville R6 Sec21 
Pct34 T15 R9 T170a Mrs. J. Cully 
and Mrs. W. Witty (1863) 



Cunningham, J. E. Jacksonville Rl 
Sec27 Pct86 T15 Rll Farm Hand 
Robert Hill (1893) 

Cunningham, J. K. (Sarah Wright) 
Ch Edgar, Nettie, George, Arthur, 
Stella, Ada, Lois, Clarence, Cecile, 
Harold; Murrayville Sec7 Pct45 T13 
RIO O600a (1856) 

Curry, Albert E. (Lucille Jackson) 
"Pisgah Stock Farm" Pisgah SeclS 
PcfS T14 R9 T1200a (1894) 

Curry, A. A. (Minnie Wood) Ch Al- 
bert E.; "Pisgah Stock Farm" Pis- 
gah SeclS PctS T14 R9 O1200 
(1877) 



D 



Dahman, Herman (Christina Becker) 
Ch Lloyd, Ralph; Franklin R3 Sec25 
Pct30 T14 R9 O25a (1908) 

Dahman, William (Elizabeth Becker) 
Ch Elenora, Harry J., Mabel; Ash- 
land Rl Sec3 Pct37 T16 R9 O160a 
(1900) 

Dalby, H. R. Ch Lillie; Waverly SeclO 
Pct27 T13 R8 O120a (1889) 

Dalton, Lenard (Myrtie Fanning) Ch 
Floyd M., Vella, Byron, Raymond, 
Wayne, Eleanor; Murrayville R3 
Sec30 Pct22 T13 R9 O120a (1878) 

Daly, P. (Fanny Stillwell) Ch John, 
Ella, -James, David, Loren, Fred, 
Cecil, Truman, Vella, Benjamin; 
Chapin Rl Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 O4a 
(1867) 

Daniels, Mannie E. "Maple View 
Farm" Jacksonville R4 Sec6 Pct70 
T1S RIO O43a (1872) 

Daniels, Veerin (Virginia English) 
Ch Nellie, George, Joseph, Barton, 
Elizabeth, Martin, Jane; Jackson- 
ville Rl Secl3 Pct84 T15 Rll Dr.' 
Grace Dewey (1838) 
Daniels, Warren W. "Maple View 
Farm" Jacksonville R4 Sec6 Pct70 
T15 RIO O45a (1872) 
Dannerberger, William Franklin 
(Sallie E. Harkleroad) Ch Marie, 
Charles, Lillian; "Maple Grove 
Stock and Grain Farm" Orleans 
Sec35 Pct35 T15 R9 T430a Mrs. 
S. H. Dickerman and Sallie 
Holmes (1903) 

Darley, George (Mildred Fanning) 
Ch Charles H., Dawsie D., Lucy, 
Grace H., Mata W., Mary, Carrie; 
Waverly R2 Sec8 Pct2 T13 R8 
O30a (1857) 



Darley, Samuel (Sadie Cross) Ch 
S. Dawson; "Clear View Farm" 
Jacksonville R5 Sec20 Pct28 T14 
R9 O160a (1863) 

Darwent, Mrs. Amanda Ch Lloyd, 
Lena; Murrayville Rl Sec31 Pct44 
T14 RIO O80a (1862) 
Daubard, Henry (Bertha Keeney) Ch 
Emma M.; Sinclair Rl Secl9 Pct39 
T16 R9 T200a A. Shueber (1909) 
Daugherty, William (Angeline Ed- 
wards) Ch John, Jennie, Fred, Lula, 
James, Sadie, Thelma, Wesley, 
Eula; Murrayville R3 Sec31 PctllS 
T13 R9 O80a (1862) 
Davenport, C. H. (Emma Boyer) Ch 
Harvey Sauks, Foster Child; Wav- 
erly R2 Sec26 Pct7 T13 R8 O144a 
(1868) 

Davenport, J. E. (Millie A. Bowyer) 
Ch May, Lillie M.; Franklin R3 
Sec4 Pct26 T14 R9 O61a (1867) 
Davidsmeyer, Ernest (Kate Schuet- 
ten) Ch Ethel, Arthur, Homer; 
Franklin Sec2l Pctl2 T14 R8 T200a 
I. Maxon (1915) 

Davidson, W. A. (Nellie Foreman) 
Ch Raymond, Vincent; Jacksonville 
R2 Sec4 Pct77 T14 Rll TlOOa Mrs. 
A. Adkins and Henry Richardson 
(1901) 

Davies, Lewis E. (May Baker) Ch 
Clifford, Roscoe; Jacksonville R3 
Secll Pct59 T15 RIO T120a Tom 
Boyd (1905) 

Davis, C. Clifton (Grace Riley) Ch 
Claude; Jacksonville R6 Sec33 Pct34 
T15 R9 T320a Charles Davis (1892) 
Davis, C. E. (Lucy A. Parkhurst) Ch 
Lela, Clifton, Violet; Jacksonville 
R6 Sec4 Pct26 T14 R9 O740a (1894) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Davis, Samuel E. (Mary H. Man- 
chester) Ch Sarah E., Samuel M., 
Helen M.; Jacksonville R6 Sec28 
Pct34 T15 R9 O120a (1892) 

Day, Fred E. (Marguerite Darush) 
Ch Carl, Lucile, Evelene, Ernest; 
Jacksonville R8 SeclS Pct62 T15 
RIO O35a (1888) 

Day, John (Martha Gouvia) Ch 
Mary, John, William, Felicia, Nellie, 
Hiram; Jacksonville R3 SeclS Pct62 
T15 RIO OllSa (1853) 

Day, Leonard A. "Hemlock Farm" 
Jacksonville R8 SeclO Pct62 T15 
RIO T120a Manuel Day (1890) 

Day, Manuel (Mary Henriques) Ch 
Charles, John, Frank, Richard, Fred, 
Leonard; "Hemlock Farm" Jack- 
sonville R8 SeclO Pct62 T15 RIO 
O176a (1853) 

Day, Irven (Eva Simmons) Ch Stan- 
ley, Russell, Cecile, Kenneth; Rood- 
house R3 Sec32 Pct49 T13 RIO 
T120a J. D. Day (1882) 

Deatherage, W. D. (Pansy Cannon) 
Ch Elva, Christena; Waverly Rl 
Secl6 Pct9 T14 R8 Farm Hand T. 
J. Six (1897) 

Deaton, Edward A. (Tensy A. Bax- 
ter) Ch Edward E., Helen L., 
Dortha M., Margaret E., James R.; 
Jacksonville R8 Sec36 Pct70 T16 
RIO T200a William Allison (1868) 

Deaton, William (Sarah Hull) Ch 
Myrtle; Literberry Rl Sec7 Pct38 
T16 R9 T63a Albert Crum (1863) 

Decker, Martin (Bessie Smith) Ch 
George, Harry, Claud; Ashland Rl 
SeclS Pct37 T16 R9 Farm Hand 
George Naulty (1882) 

Deere, George R. (Vera Stewart) Ch 
Georgia, Roberta; Franklin Rl 
Sec9 Pct21 T13 R9 T200a T. W. 
Deere and L. B. Spires (1889) 

Deere, T. W. (Alice Seymour) Ch Ida 
M., Harriet E., Theodocie, George 
R.; Franklin Rl Sec3 Pct20 T13 R9 
O229a (1851) 

DeFrates, Henry (Elsie Vasconellos) 
Ch Frances; Jacksonville R7 Seel 
PctSl T15 Rll T104a R. E. Wil- 
liamson and E. E. Crabtree (1878) 

DeFreites, Justina Ch Frank, Pauline, 
Lizzie, Evaline, Nettie, Tom, 
George; Jacksonville R3 Secl6 T15 
RIO O3a (1901) 

Degroat, Herman H. (Ellen Sweat- 
mann) Ch William, Jpph, Jerry 
Herman, Tena, Minnie, Nellie, 
Mary, Sadie; Chapin R3 Secl9 T16 
R13 O40a Secl2 Pct31 T15 R12 
T212a Dr. Fountain and Frank 
Bernhan (1906) 



Deitrick, Carrie Concord Rl Sec30 
Pct92 T16 Rll.O230a (1861) 

Deitrick, Daniel (Esther Brown) 
Concord Rl Sec30 Pct92 T16 Rll 
T420a George Deitrick (1880) 

Deitrick, George (Frances Hayden) 
Ch Daniel H., Hester P., Sarah F., 
Edwin H.; Concord Rl Sec30 
Pct92 T16 Rll O420a (1859) 

Delaney, Dan (Nannie Vaught) Ch 
John, Ruth, Nettie, Annie, Daniel 
D., Julia T.; Concord Rl SeclS 
Pct87 T16 Rll Farm Hand Elsie 
Harman (1882) 

DeLong, J. H. (Rebecca Hobaker) 
Ch Cecil, Mae, Ralph, Lucile, Helen; 
Waverly R2 Sec29 Pct8 T13 R8 
O50a (1881) 

Demoss, Mrs. Dicey (Mann) Ch 
Thomas, lona, Albert, Mary; Frank- 
lin R3 Sec3 Pct26 T14 R9 Ola 
(1867) 

Dennis, Fred S. (Effie Woodmansee) 
Ch Lyle, Mildred, Marguerite, 
Loraine, Verne; Waverly Sec8 Pct2 
T13 R8-O175a (1866) 

Dennis, George W. (Simma M. Wa- 
ters) Waverly R3 SeclS Pct3 T13 
R8 T12a William Diller (1880) 

Dennis, L. W. (Nancy Young) Ch 
Levi, Sarah, Marian, Paul, Mark, 
Linda, Mildred, George, William; 
Waverly R3 Secl3 Pctl9 T13 R9 
O46a (1871) 

Dennis, William (Elsie Tunningley) 
Waverly R3 Secl3 Pctl9 T13 R9 
T46a L. W. Dennis (1897) 

De Ornellas, Arthur (Cora Hender- 
son) Ch William, Clifford, Alice, 
Russell, Howard, Clarence, Lloyd, 
Cora; Jacksonville R3 Secl2 Pct59 
T15 RIO T82a S. Self (1881) 

De Ornellas, Jacob (Lizzie Cherry) 
Ch Lilly, John, Arthur, Ada, Lena, 
Pearl; Jacksonville R3 SeclO Pct62 
T15 RIO O280a (1848) 

Depner, Henry F. (Minnie Placke) 
Ch Arthur; Chapin R2 Secl8-8 
Pct31 T15 R12 O60a TISOa G. Van- 
gundy (1887) 

Deterding, George (Edith Brownlow) 
Concord Rl Secl3 PctlOO T16 R12 
T80a Dora Deterding (1888) 

Deterding, W. F. (Dora V. Bayless) 
Ch Delia M., Dora E., Alma M., 
George E.; Concord Rl Sec24 
PctlOl T16 R12 O200a (1849) 

Detmer, Henry (Emma Schumacher) 
Ch Alfred J. E., Verna A. J.; Chapin 
Rl Sec27 Pctl04 T16 R12 T140a 
Mrs. Emma Detmer (1897) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Devine, Frank (Ollie Coker) Ch 
Harry, Mildred; Jacksonville R6 
Sec32 Pct34 T15 R9 T280a E. M. 
Tindall (1871) 

Dewitt, John T. (Crecy Skaggs) Ch 
Mary E., William L., Hannah E., 
Mayme, Richard, Nannie P., 
Thomas G., Robert B.; Prentice Rl 
Sec9 Pctl7 T16 R8 Farm Hand W. 
Mau (1915) 

Dickens, William A. Chapin Rl Sec3 
Pct9S T15 R12 O2a (1881) 

Dickinson, O. R. Winchester R5 Sec6 
Pct77 T14 Rll O98a (1874) 

Dinwiddie, Harris W. (Margaret 
Hunter) Ch Anna, Eleanore; Jack- 
sonville R4 SeclS Pct68 T16 RIO 
T140a James Dinwiddie (1871) 

Dinwiddie, Owen G. (Mary Black- 
burn) Ch Edmund, Helen; Jackson- 
ville R4 Sec7 Pct68 T16 RIO O195a 
(1866) 

Dixon, R. G. (Laura Parrish) Ch 
Nettie, Hobart, Jennie, Matilda, 
Viola; Jacksonville R7 Sec32 Pct72 
T16 RIO Tla Mrs. Charles Barns 
(1887) 

Doan, J. P. (Maud Dewey) Ch Fran- 
cis, Anna; Jacksonville R2 Sec30 
Pct64 T15 RIO T180a Martha Rout 
(1874) 

Dobson, Edward (Martha Angelo) Ch 
Harriet, Opal, Harland; Murray- 
ville Rl Secl2 Pct73 T13 Rll O160a 
T120a Martha Dobson (1880) 

Dobson, G. W. (Linnie Ketner) Ch 
Helen, Eva, Chester, Walter. Etta, 
W 7 ayne; Murrayville R4 SeclS Pct43 
T13 RIO T80 Sarah Sweeney (1873) 

Dobyns, James H. (Ella Johnson) 
"Pleasant View Farm" Orleans 
Sec34 Pct35 T15 R9 T373a Mary J. 
Dobyns (1869) 

Dodd, Albert (Maud Sevier) Ch Wal- 
ter, Ludal, Bessie, Opal; Waverly 
R2 Sec25 Pct6 T13 R8 O80a Herman 
Keplinger (1898) 

Dodd, H. D. (Carrie Austif) Waverly 
R3 Sec24 Pct24 T13 R9 OllOa (1879) 

Dodsworth, Frank S. (Emma, Sister) 
Literberry Rl Sec23 Pet 70 T16 RIO 
O40a (1875) 

Dodsworth, William T. (Susan Rob- 
ert) .Ch Roy, Richard, Helen, Her- 
bert, Glen, Howard, Edward; Liter- 
berry Rl Sec23-24 Pct70 T16 RIO 
T80a W. H. Winzer (1865) 

Dodsworth, George (Erma Calhoun) 
Ch Sarah, Oliver, Abraham; Frank- 
lin Rl Sec22 Pct30 T14 R9 T80a 
W. T. Dodsworth (1887) 



Dolan, Charles (Agnes Farrell) Mur- 
rayville Sec6 Pct44 T13 RIO O134a 
(1877) 

Dolan, F. W. Manchester Rl Sec2 
Pct73 T13 Rll T80a Mary Dolan 
(1882) 

Donohue, Maggie and Lyons, Nellie, 
Franklin -SecSS Pct31 T14 R9 O80a 
(1837) 

Doolin, Jerry (Jane Wilson) Ch Julia, 
William, Elizabeth J.; Jacksonville 
R5 Sec24 PctSS T14 RIO T60a 
Charles Brown (1852) 

Doolin, M. J. (Anna O'Connell) Ch 
Harry, Florence, Stella, Anna, 
Elizabeth; Woodson Rl Sec20 
Pct52 T14 RIO Ollla (1861) 

Doolin, W. A. (Addie Fitzhugh) Wav- 
erly R3 SeclS Pct4 T13 R8 T70a 
Arthur Doolin (1915) 

Doolin, W. H. (Hannah Carrigan) 
Jacksonville R5 Sec23 Pct54 T14 
RIO T420a Mrs. M. A. Routh 
(1887) 

Dorwart, Charles Waverly Rl Sec33 
Pctl3 T14 R8 T160a George Caroth- 
ers (1884) 

Dorwart, Fred (Fannie Ryan) Ch 
Martin, Frances; Alexander Rl 
Secl9 PctlS T15 R8 Farm Hand 
E. T. Kumle (1910) 

Dorwart, Frederick (Mary Ryan) Ch 
Martin, Francis, Vergil; Waverly 
Rl SeclS Pctl2 T14 R8 T80a John 
Mockinson (1883) 

Dorwart, John (Elizabeth Ludwig) 
Ch John J.; Waverly Rl Sec33 
PctlS T14 R8 T2a J. R. McConnell 
(1897) 

Dorwart, Martin A. (Jennie Albersen) 
Ch Fred, Clara, John, Charles, 
James, George; Waverly Rl Sec34 
PctlS T14 R8 T230a George 
Carothers (1866) 

Dorsey, C. L. (Charlotte Flynn) Del- 
bert M., Clyde L.; Alexander Rl 
Sec4 Pct9 T14 R8 T54a Miss Kate 
Kaiser (1916) 

Douglas, W. E. (Prudy Dodsworth) 
Ch Mary, Edwin; Franklin Rl Sec27 
Pct30 T14 R9 OlOOa (1877) 

Douglass, John L. (Dora Otkens) Ch 
Dorothy, Lucile, Mildred; Murray- 
ville R3 SeclS Pct45 T13 RIO Farm 
Hand Sam Jones (1914) 

Douglass, M. A. (Belle Adkins) Ch 
John, Octa, Bessie, Luther, Milford; 
Murrayville R2 Sec32 Pct49 T13 
RIO T172a C. F. Strang (1852) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Dovagun, Samuel (Norvilla Settles) 
Ch Fred, Joseph, Ben, John, Theo- 
dore, Edward, Roy, Bertha, Minnie, 
Rosa; Prentice Secl2 Pct36 T16 R9 
Ola (1911) 

Bowling, Pat (Margaret Walsh) Ch 
Mayme, Nellie, Joe, Loyola, Fran- 
ces, Harvey, Anna; Jacksonville R6 
Sec22 Pct63 T15 RIO T163a Routt 
Est. (1864) 

Downs, F. D. (Leli Stout) Ch James 
Weir; Jacksonville Rl Sec32 Pct86 
T15 Rll Farm Hand Wiley Todd 
(1890) 

Downs, Guy E. (Mollie L. Sayre) 
Jacksonville R8 Sec27 Pct71 T16 
RIO T35a Dunn Est. (1888) 

Doyle, Edward T. (Pearl Wright) Ch 
Harl^n, Francis, Randall, Emily, 
Marjorie, Elizabeth; Murrayville Rl 
Sec2 Pct73 T13 Rll T80a Agnes 
Doyle (1887) 

Doyle, E. L. (Catherine Ryan) Ch 
Cecil R., Bernice; Franklin R3 
Secl4 Pct2S T14 R9 T275a P. Han- 
non (1877) 

Doyle, John Waverly Rl Sec27 Pctl3 
T14 R8 T240a W. H. Jones (1897) 

Doyle, Owen (Ellen Malone) Ch 
Eugene, Margaret, John, Anna; 
Waverly Rl Sec28 Pctl3 T14 R8 
O76a (1877) 

Drury, F. E. (Annie Tomlin) Ch 
Charles J., Hiram J., Annabelle; 
"Woodland Home Farm" Jackson- 
ville R6 Sec27 Pct35 T15 R9 O395a 
(1868) 

Duckwall, Fred (Hazel Tuke) Ch Fay, 
Helen; Jacksonville R7 Sec4 Pct82 
T15 Rll T2a (1891) 

Duewer, August (Minnie Meyer) Ch 
Minnie, Edward, A. H., Annie, 
Frank; Waverly Rl SeclS Pctl2 
T14 R8 O353a (1877) 

Duewer, A. H. (Alvina Fischer) Ch 
Clarence O.; "Sunnyside Farm" 
Waverly Rl SeclS T200a August 
Duewer (1897) 



Duewer, Edward (Mollie Luken) Ch 
Ralph E.; New Berlin R30 SeclO 
Pct9 T14 R8 9160a (1887) 

Duke, D. K. (Gertie Dyer) Ch Gladys 
G.; Jacksonville R6 Sec9 Pct26 T14 
R9 O70a (1911) 

Duke, Osie M. (Pearl Bateman) Ch 
Aubrey, Eunola, Ona M., Iva L.; 
Jacksonville R6 Sec4 Pct26 T14 R9 
Farm Hand C. E. Davis (1909) 

Dunlap, G. A. (Edna McFillen) Ch 
James A., Russell R., William E.; 
"Dunlap Heights" Literberry Secl6 
Pct69 T16 RIO O112a (1905) 

Dunlap, Stephen (Harriet O'Rear) 
Ch Oliver, Albert, Howard, Ar- 
thur, Ruth; Jacksonville R3 Sec34 
Pct64 T15 RIO O200a (1845) 

Dunn, William (Matilda Chalfant) 
Jacksonville R4 Sec6 Pct70 T15 RIO 
Farm Hand Austin Patterson (1897) 

Durham, George (Nannie Raglan) Ch 
Glenn, Elmer, Oliver, Lucille; 
Franklin Rl Sec23 Pct30 T14 R9 
Farm Hand W. A. Oxley (1908) 

Durham, Walter (Minnie Hodges) 
Ch Harvey A., Nellie F., William, 
Argus, Neva Ethlyn; Franklin Rl 
Sec4 Pct21 T13 R9 T160a W. T. 
Dodsworth and Ezra Scott (1915) 

Duvendack, J. William (Mary Meir) 
Ch Edward A., Rudolph O., Alma 
E., Wallace L.; Meredosia Rl SeclS 
Pct98 T16 R12 O120a (1856) 

Dwyer, Harry (Lula Rouland) Ch 
Rubie; Waverly R2 Sec29 Pct8 T13 
R8 T60a Will Withebee (1894) 

Dyer, Henry (Ina Dennis) Waverly 
Rl Sec27 Pctl3 T14 R8 Farm Hand 
W. H. Jones (1915) 

Dyer, Samuel (Jennie Whiteside) Ch 
Elemer, Leslie, Georgie, Jennie; 
Murrayville R3 Sec35 Pct47 T13 RIO 
OllOa (1910) 



E 



Ebrey, Ernest (Nancy Mosley) Ch 
Leonard E., Herbert W. ; Franklin 
Rl Sec4 Pct21 T13 R9 T188a 
Thomas Ebrey (1884) 

Ebrey, George E. (Nettie Jones) Ch 
Ruth F., Glenn O., Beatrice O., 
Eileen, Elenor; Franklin Rl Sec33 
Pct29 T14 R9 T78a R. Smith (1875) 

Ebrey, Thomas R. (Mary Beavers) 
Ch William, John, Elmer, Ernest, 
Ralph; Jacksonville R5 Sec30 Pct28 
T14 R9 O204a (1877) 



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Eck, Frank A. (Ida Evans) Ch 
Joseph, Emerich, Edward, Manita, 
Freda, Bernice; Alexander Rl SecS 
PctlO T14 R8 O120a (1876) 

Eck, John (Emma L. Bottschalk) Ch 
Wendeline, Paul, Louisa, Henry, 
George; Alexander Rl SecS PctlO 
T14 R8 O135a (1887) 

Eckhoff, Henry (Kathryn Perdix) Ch 
Edwin F., Eda M.; "Hillcrest Farm" 
Chapin Rl Sec26 Pctl04 T16 R12 
O240a (1861) 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Edcox, J. F. (Lou Brown) Ch Mary, 
Maud O., Fannie G., Eunice M.; 
Waverly Seel Pctl T13 R8 T145a 
George Bimber (1906) 

Edge, John W. (Ida Baldwin) Ch 
Richard H., Ralph E., Irene H., 
Dorothy L., J. Raymond, Edith P., 
Edna M.; Waverly Rl Sec22 Pctl2 
T14 R8 I. Moxon T240a (1912) 

Edwards, Andrew (Zena Harvy) 
Arenzville R2 Seel T16 Rll Farm 
Hand Bertha Beadles (1915) 

Edwards, Mrs. Ava Ch Arnold, Mary, 
Ella, Frank, Jesse, Leona, William; 
Murrayville R4 Sec24 Pct46 T13 
RIO O130a (1867) 

Edwards, C. E. (Mary Hough) Ch 
Mina, Irene; Franklin R2 Sec29 
Pct22 T13 R9 O60a Sec20 Pct22 T13 
R9 T160a W. H. Lucken (1881) 

Edwards, George (Bertha Lyons) Ch 
lona, LeRoy; Waverly R3 Sec25 
Pct24 T13 R9 Farm Hand Robert 
Lyons (1887) 

Edwards, Thomas (Oma Lyons) Ch 
Ada, Lela, Orville, Elves; Waverly 
R3 Sec26 Pct24 T13 R9 Farm Hand 
Henry Mansfield (1881) 

Edwards, Virgil (Estelle Samples) 
Ch Earl; Murrayville R3 Sec36 
Pell 16 T13 R9 T40a C. C. Berry- 
man (1915) 

Edwards, W. N. (Florence Hughes) 
Ch Mabel, Elvis, Bessie, Esther; 
Murrayville R2 Sec26 Pct75 T13 Rll 
T155a H. McConnell (1907) 

Ehlert, John M. (Ida Cruse) Ch Bea- 
trice, Floyd, Helen, Carl, Darrell, 
Irma, Esther; Jacksonville R2 Seel 
Pct65 T14 Rll T120a Mrs H. Schu- 
maker and John Ehlert (1872) 

Eldridge, Cline (Bertha Browan) Ch 
Walter, Louise, Lowell; Waverly 
R3 Sec26 Pct24 T13 R9 T170a Kib- 
linger & Son and Harry Mansley 
(1885) 

Eldridge, Frank (Amy Summers) Ch 
Loren Yates, Elmer Franklin, Clara 
Belle, Alvah Curtis; Waverly R2 
Sec34 Pct7 T13 R8 T208a A. C. 
Moffet (1876) 

Eldridge, Joseph (Ora Shortridge) 
Ch Earnest, Ralph; Prentice Rl 
Sec25 Pct41 T16 R9 Farm Hand 
T. C. Travis (1874) 

Eldridge, Oren (Grace Austif) Ch 
Opal M., Ruby T., Maurice, Alberta; 
Waverly R3 Sec26 Pct7 T13 R8 
O80a (1887) 



Ellington, Charles (Kitty Moore) Ch 
Robert, Mamie, Rosie, Bertha, 
Henry, Viola, Clarence, Vernon; 
New Berlin R31 Sec28 Pctl6 T15 
R8 Farm Hand John and Larry C. 
Luby (1917) 

Ellington, James (Maud Rogers) Ch 
Stanley, Mildred, Armeda; Frank- 
lin R2 Sec21 Pct23 T13 R9 T90a 
Clarence Rees (1899) 

Elmore, O. W. (Effie Wilson) Ch 
William, Bessie, Robert, Franklin; 
Pisgah R2 Seel Pct65 T14 Rll 
Farm Hand C. R. Lewis (1913) 

Emmerson, R. W. Ch Irvin T.; Sin- 
clair Rl Sec32 Pct39 T16 R9 O191a 
(1870) 

Emrick, James (Millie Parks) Ch 
Cecil Lutie; Chapin R3 Sec33 Pct93 
T16 Rll T140a Williams Est. (1902) 

Engelbrecht, Herman (Elizabeth 
Walke) Chapin R2 Sec7 Pct98 T15 
R12 O35a (1884) 

Engelbrecht, Herman Jr. (Louisa 
Schultis) Ch Carl, Rosa, Minnie, 
Manda, Emma, Filbert; Chapin 
R2 Sec5 Pct96 T15 R12 T186a Enoch . 
Tholen Est. (1884) 

Enke Charles (Annie Evemeyer) Ch 
William, Frank, Effie, Edith, Nellie, 
Harry; Meredosia Rl SeclS Pct98 
T16 R12 O120a (1871) 

Enke, William (Annie Earth) Arenz- 
ville Rl Secl2 PctlOS T16 R13 O40a 
(1875) 

Escourse, Joe (Mary DeFreites) Ch 
Rosalene, Anna, Mary, Pauline, 
Carrie, Justina, Anderson; Jackson- 
ville R3 Secl6 T15 RIO OlOa (1854) 

Evans, Edward G. (Louetta Luttrell) 
Ch Paul E., Ruth L.; Waverly Rl 
Sec28 Pctl3 T14 R8 TlOOa J. Lut- 
trell (1884) 

Evans, William (Hattie Davenport) 
Ch Catherine M., Charles R. ; Jack- 
sonville R6 Sec9 Pct26 T14 R9 T40a 
T. Davenport (1915) 

Evemeyer, Edward (Minnie Malott) 
Ch Vernon, Russell; Meredosia 
SeclO PctlOS T16 R13 O320a 
(1860) 

Everett, E. C. (Alice Everett) Ch 
Gertrude, Alice, Floyd Dassit, 
Adopted Child; "Forest View 
Farm" Waverly R2 Sec27 Pct7 T13 
R8 O190a (1860) 

Eyre, Frank and Russell (Maude 
Coultas, Wife of Frank) Jackson- 
ville Rl Secl9 Pctl09 T15 Rll 
T160a B. Eyer Est. (1888) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Fairburn, John (Elizabeth) Ch Jennie, 
Willie E., Clara B., Ada Lo.; "Fair 
Oaks Farm" Waverly R3 Sec35 
Pct24 T13 R9 OlOOa (1889) 
Fairfield, James (Anna Carrick) Ch 
Russell, James, Gladys, Cecil, Al- 
lan, Margaret, Howard, Richmond; 
Franklin R3 Sec3 Pct26 T14 R9 
Farm Hand A. W. Cox (1889) 
Farmer, Edward (Myrtle Colvin) Ch 
Opal, Irene; Waverly R3 Sec20 
Pct3 T13 R8 Farm Hand Robert A. 
Boaz (1917) 

Farmer, Edward (Dorothy A. Smith) 
Ch Howard, Harold; Sinclair Rl 
Sec23 Pct41 T16 R9 T240a C. A. 
Bellatti (1877) 

Farmer, George (Delia Hunt) Ch Eva, 

Raleigh, Ray, Jessie; Waverly R3 

SeclS Pct4 T13 R8 T90a (1816) 

Farmer, Mrs. Ida (Goldie) Ch Minnie, 

Earl, Glen, Henry, Maud, George, 

Byron, Gladys; Prentice Rl Sec26 

Pct41 T16 R9 T160a T. M. Morton 

Farmer, J. B. Ch Samuel Trueman; 

Rohrer Sec34 Pct7 T13 R8 (1893) 
Fanning, Warren (Annie Lockwood) 
Ch William T., Edith L., Linol A., 
Seymour; Murray ville R3 Sec30 
Pct22 T13 R9 O72a (1876) 
Fanning, Warren S (Martha New- 
man) Ch Clifton, Cora; Murray- 
ville R4 SeclS Pct43 T13 RIO T160a 
J. W. Fanning (1892) 
Farrow, Frank (Addie Waggner) Ch 
Elizabeth H., Pearl I.; Ashland Rl 
Sec4 Pct37 T16 R9 T87a Joseph 
Lewis (1915) 

Fay, Lewis A. (Minnie Jackson) Ch 
Ray, LeRoy, Arthur, John; Jack- 
sonville R7 Sec2 Pct84 T15 Rll 
Farm Hand Mrs. W. B. Groves 
(1914) 

Fearneyhough, Alonzo (Lila Water- 
field) Ch F. Eileen, Hellen L., 
Alonzo R.; Jacksonville R2 Secl4 
Pct79 T14 Rll T70a Sarah Angelo 
(1887) 

Fearneyhough, C. F. (Bertha Mc- 
Carthy) Ch Louise; Jacksonville 
R2 Sec4 Pct77 T4 Rll T80a (1883) 
Fearneyhough, Walter Ch Grace, 
Clarence, Prin, Hattie May, Fred; 
Jacksonville R2 Secl6 Pct78 T14 
Rll (1877) 

Fearneyhough, William Ch Walter, 
Mary, Elby, Sarah, Charley, Kate, 
Lon, Len, Lillie; Jacksonville R2 
SeclO Pct76 T14 Rll O125a (1878) 



Feore, Martin (Mary Doyle) Ch Hes- 
ter J., Martin D., Charlotte; Wav- 
erly Rl Secl7 Pctll T14 R8 O40a 
TlOOa J. Feore (1877) 
Fereira, E. M. (Mary Martin) Ch 
Chester, Homer; Jacksonville R4 
Sec8 PctSl T15 RIO (1872) 
Ferguson, Albert J. (Minnie Barnes) 
Ch Lloyd, Pearl, Homer, Eileen; 
Alexander Sec26 Pct35 T15 R9 
T240a William Cawkin (1859) 
Fernandes, P. C. (Laura Ferreira) Ch 
Thomas, Floyd; Jacksonville R4 
Sec8 Pct61 T15 RIO (1887) 
Ferreira, Henry I. (Marietta Day) Ch 
Evalena, Leroy; Jacksonville R7 
Sec6 PctSl T15 RIO T175a L. Black 
(1875) 

Ferreira, Tom (Eleanor Merrill) 
Ch Merrill; Jacksonville R8 Sec9 
Pct62 T15 RIO O80a (1885) 
File, C. S. (Pearl Adams) Waverly 
Rl Sec34 Pctl3 T14 R8 T80a Mary 
J. ^wman (1913) 

Filson, William T. (Lela Finny) Con- 
cord Rl Sec20 Pct92 T16 Rll 
O120a (1886) 

Finch, Otto (Johanna Whalen) Ch 
Charles, Frank, Mildred; Murray- 
ville Rl SecS Pct44 T13 RIO T160a 
Hannah Ezard (1878) 
Fisher, L. P. (Anna Flinn) Ch Law- 
rence W.; Waverly R3 SeclS Pct3 
T13 R8 O163a (1862) 
Fisher, William T. (Elizabeth Lemon) 
Ch Claud, Ernest, Frank, Glen. 
Chastina, Marie, Tracy, Henry, 
Teddy; Murray ville R2 Sec30 Pct49 
T13 RIO O140a (1858) 
Fitzpatrick, J. W. (Anna Hennessy) 
Ch Edward, Margaret, Joseph, 
Marie, Louise; Winchester R3 Sec7 
Pct77 T14 Rll T180a Dr. G. Beesley 
and C Coultas (1868) 
Fitzsimmons, Joseph D. (Ruth A. 
Sandberg) Ch Ivan C., Joseph D., 
Harold L.; "Cedar Crest" Woodson 
Rl SeclS Pct54 T14 RIO T85a H. W. 
Paul (1886) 

Fitzsimmons, J. W. (Elvira Blimling) 
Ch Helen, Oran, Ball; Jacksonville 
R8 Sec27 Pet 71 T16 RIO T207a Mrs. 
John Lambert (1877) 
Fitzsimmons, Wilbert H. (Leta Meg- 
ginson) Ch Eva Jeanette; Woodson 
Rl Sec26 Pct56 T14 RIO T80a S. S. 
Megginson (1891) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Fletcher, Charles L. (Ethel Miner) 
Ch Florence, Marion, Lester, 
Oliver; Waverly R2 Secl2 Pctl T13 
R8 T6a W. F. Miner (1912) 

Fligg, George (Jennie Stephenson) 
Ch Jessie, Joseph, Pearl, Roy; Jack- 
sonville R2 Sec4 Pct77 T14 Rll 
OlOOa (1859) 

Flinn, George Letha, Sue, June L., 
Selina, Alice, Sisters, and John, 
Brother; Prentice Rl Sec29 PctlS 
T16 R8 O197a (1905) 

Flinn, George V. (Edna Farmer) 
Prentice Rl Sec29 PctlS T16 R8 
O195a (1873) 

Flinn, Newtin (Lucy Carlton) Ch 
Nina, Edna, Lorena, Fred, Floyd, 
Russell, Paul, Erick; Prentice Rl 
Sec35 Pct41 T16 R9 T160a Fox Est 
(1895) 

Flinn, Timothy J. (Anna Sweeny) Ch 
George, William, Margaret, Rosa; 
Murrayville Rl SeclS Pct78 T14 
Rll OlOOa (1857) 

Flynn, Jerry (Anna Ryan) Ch Bessie 
William, Delia, Leo., Jerry, Charles, 
Robert, Emma, Lillie; Jacksonville 
R2 Secll Pct79 T14 Rll O305a 
(1865) 

Flynn, Lawrence (Anna Mandeville) 
Ch John, Thomas, Katherine, Flor- 
ence, Nellie, Lawrence; Jacksonville 
R3 Secll Pct59 T15 RIO O270a 
(1856) 

Flynn, Thomas J. (Teresa Magner) 
Ch Catherine, Paul; Jacksonville R3 
Secl4 Pct63 T15 RIO T140a L. 
Flynn (1893) 

Ford, G. B. (Mary A. Adams) Ch 
Fred; Waverly Rl SeclS Pctl2 T14 
R8 O240a (1884) 

Fortado, Matthew (Mary DeFreites) 
Ch Matthew, John, Joe, Francis, 
Mary, Manuel, David, Ruth, Daniel; 
Jacksonville R3 Secl6 T15 RIO 
O22a (1904) 

Foster, Bert (Mary Conlee) Franklin 
R3 Sec29 Pctl3 T14 R8 T82a 
Wemple Bros. (1893) 

Foster, D. N.; Jacksonville R3 SeclO 
Pct62 T15 RIO O32a (1881) 

Foster, Frank R. (Ella E. Strawn) Ch 
Madeline, Robert F.; Alexander Rl 
Sec7 PctH T15 R8 O364a (1888) 



Foster, OrviUe F. (Belle Turner) Ch 
Frances; Jacksonville Rl Sec23 
Pct85 T15 Rll T160a Frank Leach 
(1904) 

Foster, T. L. (Mellie Clayton) Frank- 
lin Sec7 Pctl9 T13 R8 T14Sa J. B. 
Burch (1891) 

Fouts, Robert (Delia Darnell) Ch 
Carl, May, Leta, Bayne, Vernon, 
Clifford G.; Chapin R3 Seel Pct94 
T15 R12 T230a Mary Thorndike 
(1896) 

Fox, Samuel L. (Virginia F. Boyce) 
Ch George F.; Jacksonville R6 
Secl3 Pct63 T15 RIO O147a (1853) 

Fralix, Charles (Jessie Maddox) Ch 
Howard B.; Jacksonville R5 SeclO 
Pct50 T14 RIO Farm Hand T. S. 
Hembrough (1915) 

Franklin, Edward (Hester Fox) Ch 
Maggie, Clyde, Rollie, Chester, 
Murl, Walter, Dovie; Neelyville Rl 
Sec7 Pct98 T16 R12 Farm Hand L. 
Laughry (1917) 

Fredlander, George W.; Jacksonville 
R4 Sec7 Pct84 T15 RIO O160a 
(1877) 

Freitag, William (Margaret A. Ne- 
well) Ashland Rl Secll Pct36 T16 
R9 O120a (1889) 

Fricke, William (Johana Lovecamp) 
Ch Lucinda, Theodore, Julius, 
Hulda, Magdalene, Albert, William, 
Rudolph; Merodosia Rl Sec6 Pct98 
T16 R12 O290a (1876) 

Fritzpatrick, Thomas (Katie Brown) 
Ch Frank, Grace, Bernice; Sinclair 
Rl Sec21 Pct40 T16 R9 TlOOa 
Brown Est. (1873) 

Frogge, V. B. (Mary Stephens) Ch 
Leon, Lillian, Marjorie; "The 
Maples" Jacksonville Rl Sec21 
Pct83 T15 Rll Farm Hand S. P. 
Cleary (1909) 

Fry, Mrs. Anna M. (Anne Howe) 
Jacksonville R5 Sec7 Pct27 T14 R9 
O240a (1862) 

Funk, Montie (Gertrude Brownlow) 
Chapin Rl Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 
T180a C. S. French Est. (1890) 

Funk, Yuber Y. (Venetta Carpenter) 
"Poplar Wood Farm" Jacksonville 
R8 Sec4 Pct61 T15 RIO O80a (1887) 

Fuqua, S. D. (Laura Poole) Ch Marie 
Ethel; Murrayville R3 Sec30 Pct22 
T13 R9 Farm Hand Joe Wagner 
(1914) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Gabhart, John H. (Annie Salee) Ch 
Gilbert A., Henry E., Ruby; "J. T. 
Holmes Farm" Franklin R8 SeclO 
Pct26 T14 R9 Farm Hand H. 
Mosley (1915) 

Gaddis, James T. (Louise Harris) Ch 
Francis A., Grace E.; Concord Rl 
Sec21 Pct91 T16 Rll O125a (1889) 

Gaines, Charles T. (Emma Liming) 
Ch Arthur, Edith, Ida, Ethel, 
Charles; Jacksonville R8 Secl4 
Pct66 T16 RIO O85a (1865) 

Gallagher, Daniel (Mary) Franklin 
R2 Secl2 Pctl9 T13 R9 O66a (1860) 

Gard, J. M. (S. E. Muntman) Ch 
Charles, Lawrence, Winfield, Coral; 
Bluffs Rl Secl9 Pctl02 T16 R12 
O160a (1877) 

Gardner, Mai. (Rachel Buckles) Ch 
Wilburn; Waverly R2 Sec36 Pct6 
T3 R8 Farm Hand Herbert Roher 
(1916) 

Gardner, Sanford (Nettie Bush) Ch 
Thomas W., Carl R.; Waverly Rl 
Sec23 Pctll3 T14 R8 Farm Hand 
A. Duewer (1916) 

Garfield, H. F. (Lydia Dodendorf) Ch. 
Horace, Eva; Murray ville R3 Sec20 
Pct49 T13 RIO O160a (1911) 

Garner, J. G. (Mary Rafferty) Ch 
Meda, Mary Ann, Charles, Lena, 
Gladys; Murray ville R2 Sec25 Pct75 
T13 Rll O40a (1863) 

Garner, J. O. (Lena Short) Ch 
Emory, Mildred, Leota, Bonnie, 
Joseph; Murrayville R2 Sec24 Pct74 
T13 Rll O180a (1879) 

Garvin, John Ch Florence, Harry; 
Jacksonville R8 Sec3 Pct60 T15 RIO 
028a (1916) 

Garvin, Thomas (Bridget Conners) 
Ch Anna, John, Evelyn, Irene, 
Agnes; Murrayville Rl Secl2 Pct73 
T13-R11 O77a (1911) 

Gerhardt, David (Kane Plumpe) Ch 
Fred J., Anna K.; New Berlin R30 
SeclO Pct9 T14 R8 O80a (1897) 

German, John L. (Henrietta Mau) Ch 
Ernest, Mamie, Fred, William, Clar- 
ence; Jacksonville R2 Sec9 Pct76 
T14 Rll O160a (1861) 

Gibbons, J. W. (Jennie Smith) Ch 
Vertner Fern; Jacksonville R3 SeclO 
Pct62 T15 RIO O40a (1861) 
Gibbs, C. H. (Alice Scholfield) Ch 
Mildred, Wilbur, Gayle. Virgie; 
"Pleasant Hill Farm" Jacksonville 
R2 Sec5 Pct77 T14 Rll O124a 
(1868) 



Gibbs, Leland E. (Carrie, Sister) 
"Mound Farm" Jacksonville Rl 
Sec27 Pct86 T1S Rll O96a (1908) 
Gibson, C., and Hawker, C. L. (Belle 
McCready) Martha Isabelle, wife 
and child of C. L. Hawker; (Jennie 
McNayre) wife of C. Gibson; 
Franklin Rl Sec20 Pct28 T14 R9 
T120a Mrs. L. Gibson (1916) 
Giger, David (Alice Burrus) Arenz- 
ville Rl Sec4 Pct97 T16 R12 T122a 
T. E. Hierman (1898) 
Gilbert, C. A., Jacksonville Rl Sec24 
Pct85 T15 Rll T136a Mrs. Emma 
G. Smith (1913) 

Gilbert, James M. (Elizabeth Carroll) 
Ch Emma, William, Pearl, Charles, 
Edith, Estella; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec23 Pct85 T15 Rll T75a John A. 
Smith Est. (1855) 
Gilliland, E. T., Chapin Rl Sec3 Pct95 

T15 R12 O2a (1869) 
Gilliland, Mrs. Hattie (Gibson) Ch 
Alvin Leo; Chapin Rl Sec3 Pct95 
T15 R12 T2a E. T. Gilliland (1892) 
Gillis, J. T. (Mary Sawyer) Ch Hyler; 
Jacksonville R4 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO 
O15a (1851) 

Ginder, James F. (Bessie Stone) Ch 
Kathleen Alice; Concord Rl Sec21 
and 22 Pct87 T16 1 R11 O160a (1885) 
Ginder, John (Clara Goodpasture) Ch 
Ralph, Paul, Alvin, Clyde, Blanche; 
Arenzville R2 Secl2 Pct89 T16 Rll 
T193a J. R. Ginder Est. (1885) 
Gish, Frank (Mary Long) Ch Orena, 
Nuten, William, Vina, James; 
Arenzville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 Rll 
O20a (1855) 

Givens, R. S. (Sarah Howard) Ch 
William A.; "Appalonia Farm" 
Waverly R3 Sec9 Pct2 T13 R8 O72a 
(1840) 

Givens, W. A. (Ella Hardman) Ch 
Frank A., Mildred E.; Waverly R3 
Sec9 Pct2 T13 R8 O134a T60a R. S. 
Givens (1862) 

Goacher, John F. (Elizabeth Weller) 
Ch Jennie, Frances, Clara, Maud, 
Nora, Albert, Dollie, Grace, Everett; 
Waverly R3 Sec25 Pct24 T13 R9 
O40a (1842) 

Goacher, W. L. (Martha Autrobus) 
Ch Gertrude, Grace; Murrayville R2 
Sec36 Pct75 T13 Rll O66a (1913) 
Goans, William M. (Ethel Woods) Ch 
Erna E., Erma I.; Prentice Rl Sec25 
Pct41 T16 R8 Farm Hand Henry 
Beilschmidt (1916) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Goatcher, Albert (Mary L. Sheppard- 
son) Ch Glen, John, Edith; Waverly 
R3 Sec31 PctllS T13 R8 O80a (1878) 

Goff, Edward (Mary Owen) Ch Wil- 
liam, Rolla, Kitty; "Indian Creek 
Stock Farm" Prentice Rl Sec4 
Pctl7 T16 R8 O160a (1882) 

Goffinett, John (Gertrude White) Ch 
Helen, Junior J.; Arenzville Rl 
Secl3 PctlOS T16 R13 T126a (1880) 

Goffinett, William (Maud Williams) 
Ch Marguerite L.; Concord Rl 
Secl2 PctlOO T16 R12 Farm Hand 
L. E. Williams (1883) 

Golden, James (Mary Wilhite) Frank- 
lin R2 Secl6 Pct21 T13 R9 T45a 
J. M. Reese (1913) 

Goldstein, Anton (Josephine Ludwig) 
Ch Leonard W., Andrew L.; Alex- 
ander Rl Sec9 Pct9 T14 R8 T80a 
Mrs. L. Plumpe (1908) 

Collier, Harry (Ethel Martin) Ch 
Louise, Harry, Eugene; Murray- 
ville R2 Sec24 Pct74 T13 Rll T400a 
J. C Andrus (1910) 

Goodman, John (Sarah Carroll) Ch 
Wesley, Lena M., Trand D.; Pren- 
tice Rl Sec7 Pctl7 T16 R8 Farm 
Hand W. Adkins (1916) 

Goodpasture, Roscoe (Cora Rudisill) 
Arenzville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 Rll 
T20a R. P. Goodpasture (1889) 

Goodpasture, R. P. (Sarah Ratriff) 
Ch Grace, Ellen, Clara, Roscoe, 
Floyd, Delia; "Spring Hill Farm" 
Arenzville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 Rll 
O300a (1851) 

Gordon, Felix (Martha Stephenson) 
Murrayville Rl Secl2 Pct73 E13 Rll 
T120a Mrs. A. E. Cline (1878) 

Gorman, Dan, Waverly Rl Sec21 
Pctl2 T14 R8 T460a Mrs. M. A. 
Gorman and G. W. Burnett (1867) 

Gotschall, Fred R. (Pearl Roach) Ch 
Ethel M., Dorothy I; Franklin R3 
Sec24 Pct24 T14 R9 Farm Hand W. 
T. Dodsworth (1910) 

Gotschall, Harry E. (Mary L. Cooper) 
Ch Marie A.; Jacksonville R8 Secl4 
Pct66 T16 RIO Farm Hand Charles 
McDonald (1913) 

Gotschall, John R. (Orlena Adkins) 
Ch Golda, Lewis, Olen; Waverly 
R2 Sec32 Pct4 T13 R8 O157^a 
(1862) 

Gotschall, Lewis R. (Bell Roades) Ch 
Clara B., Raymond L. ; Franklin R2 
Seel Pctl9 T13 R9 O42a T138a L. 
A. Colwell and L. B. Hayne (1856) 

Gotschall, S. L. (Pearl Scott) Ch 
Arahdean, Bernice; Franklin R3 
Secl3 Pct25 T14 R9 O80a (1866) 



Goveia, George M. (Lena Baptist) Ch 
Georgia, Leonard, Elmer, Clarence; 
"Woodland Farm" Jacksonville R4 
Sec28 Pct71 T16 RIO O185a (1858) 

Goveia, Lennard (Mathilda Schottler) 
Ch Lenora, George; "Sun View 
Farm" Jacksonville R4 Sec28 Pct71 
T16 RIO T85a George Goveia (1885) 

Grady, James T. (Flora B. Carpenter) 
Ch Theodore, Elizabeth, Lucille, 
Lloyd; Ashland Rl Secll Pct36 T16 
R9 T160a Sallie Hodgson (1880) 

Graff, George M. (Ellen Elizabeth 
Ledferd) Jacksonville R6 Sec27 
Pct35 T15 R9 OSOa (1861) 

Graff, John (Julia Tolan) Ch John; 
Prentice Rl Sec8 Pctl7 T16 R8 
O400a (1885) 

Graves, C. H., Jacksonville R7 Secl4 
Pct84 T15 Rll O160a (1850) 

Graves, T. O. (Hannah Denby) Ch 
Mary, Ruth; Jacksonville Rl Secl4 
Pct84 T15 Rll O16a (1850) 

Graves, W. S., Jacksonville R7 Secl4 
Pct84 T15 Rll O180a (1852) 

Gray, Charles (Alberta Anderton) Ch 
Elsie, Clyde, Muriel; Concord Rl 
Sec29 Pct92 T16 Rll Farm Hand 
Bert Way (1915) 

Gray, Fred (Annie Smith) Ch Sarah, 
Alice, Elmer; Murrayville R4 Secl4 
Pct46 T13 RIO O318a (1878) 

Gray, H. T., Alexander Sec3.6 PctlS 
T15 R9 O120a T80a S. T. Holmes 
Est. (1867) 

Gray, John E. (Flossie Scott) Ch 
Lester R., Oris V., Ivan S., Vir- 
ginia M., Julius E.; "Walnut Grove 
Stock Farm" Waverly Rl Sec20 
Pctll T14 R8 T180a William Gray 
(1875) 

Gray, William (Mary E. Stewart) Ch 
John E.; "Walnut Grove Farm" 
Waverly Rl Secl9 Pctll T14 R8 
O460a (1857) 

Gray, W. R. (Marian Dennis) Ch Lil- 
lian D., Alain E.; Waverly R3 Sec35 
Pct24 T13 R9 O20a (1897) 

Green, Austin B. (Mary Rector) Ch 
Flora J., E. Clifton, James M., 
Elmer A., Lelia M., Minnie R., 
Clark L.; "Ash Hill Farm" Jack- 
sonville R5 Secl2 Pct50 T14 RIO 
O372a (1837) 

Green, B. D. (Martha Hubberd) Ch 
Mary, Agustia, Hazel, T. Gerald, 
Sallie, Bennedict Jr., Martha; Jack- 
sonville R8 Sec21 Pct69 T16 RIO 
T200a H. H. Clark (1892) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Greene, Mrs. Kate Ch John, George, 
Fred; Jacksonville R8 Sec8 Pct61 
T15 RIO Housekeeper C. C. Berry- 
man (1897) 

Grider, Charles V. (Esther Sims) Ch 
Norman, Lawrence; Murrayville 
R4 Sec24 Pct46 T13 RIO O19a 
(1896) 

Grider, G. A. (Ida Spencer) Ch Ralph, 
Howard, Lloyd; Murrayville R4 
Sec24 Pct46 T13 RIO O23a (1895) 

Grider, M. E. (Stell McAllister) Ch 
Emory, Eloise; Murrayville R4 
Secl3 Pct46 T13 RIO OSOa (1896) 

Grisby, Hardin F. (Catherine Mother) 
Murrayville R3 Sec31 PctllS T13 
R9 O120a (1896) 



Groce, E. R. (Stella Six) Ch Bernard, 
Harold; Jacksonville R2 Sec36 
Pct6S T15 Rll TSOOa C. R. Lewis 
(1914) 

Groves, Mrs. Mary (Mary McSherry) 
Ch John; Jacksonville R7 Secl2 
Pct65 T15 Rll OlOOa (1869) 

Guinane, James (Catherine Burns) 
Chapin R2 Secll Pct89 T16 Rll 
O200a (1876) 

Gumter, Delmer (Lula Mattox) Ch 
Earl, Alice, Clarence, Keith C. B.; 
Literberry Rl Secl6 Pct69 T16 RIO 
O122a 

Gunn, Mrs. Nellie D. (Nellie Daniels) 
Ch Reuben, Laura, Charles, Vir- 
ginia, Alice, Baird, George, Harvey; 
Jacksonville Rl Secl3 Pct84 T15 
Rll T120a Dr. Grace Dewey (1864) 



H 



Hacker, George (Eva Dolton) Ch 
Julius, Ada, Brvan, Ballard, Orville, 
Everett, Laura; Concord Rl Secl6 
Pct87 T16 Rll O107a (1907) 

Hacker, James A. (Lucy J. Hazle- 
wood) Ch Lee, Ollie, Cora, Ethel, 
Effie, Mytle, Ellis, Rosa, Edna, 
Kenneth, Lenard; Concord Rl 
Sec21 Pct91 T16 Rll Farm Hand 
Alva Rexroat (1902) 

Hacker, Julius (Ollie Ore) Concord 
Rl Secl6 Pct87 T16 Rll T80a Sarah 
Ore (1907) 

Hadden, Charles E. (Emma McKin- 
ney) Ch James E., Mary L., Wil- 
liam L. ; Jacksonville R7 Secll 
Pct84 T15 Rll T260a Dr. Grace 
Dewey (1893) 

Hagan, Joseph (Bridget Doolin) Ch 
H. James, Kathryn, Nellie, Joseph. 
Margaret; Murrayville Rl Sec36 
Pct44 T14 Rll OSla (1862) 

Hagen, Fred N. (Alma Graff) Ch 
Washington. Elwill, Dorothy, Rob- 
ert, William; Jacksonville R6 Sec31 
Pct34 T15 R9 OlOOa (1905) 

Hairgrove, Fdward W. (Bessie Arm- 
strong) Ch Maurice, John; Sinclair 
Rl Secl6 Pct37 T16 R9 O280a 
(1911) 

Hale, Baxter (Alvonie Smith) Ch 
Mary, Lena, Estella, Ray, Lloyd, 
Lottie, Erma; Jacksonville R4 Sec24 
Pct89 T16 Rll T40a John McFad- 
dem (1906) 

Hale, Israel L. (Emma Burrus) Ch 
Velma L., William R.; Bluffs Rl 
Sec31 Pctl03 T16 R12 T120a Wil- 
liam J. Hale (1862) 



Hall, Anna "Spring Brook Farm" 
Literberry Sec9 Pct98 T16 RIO 
O70a William Norman (1875) 
Hall, George E. (Effie Moxon) Jack- 
sonville R2 Sec32 Pct64 T15 RIO 
T152a Mrs. F. M. Harney (1888) 
Hall, Henry R. (Margaret E. Kumle) 
Ch Alice; Alexander Rl Sec30 
Pct34 T15 R8 T160a George H. Hall 
(1886) 

Hall, John Lincoln (Mary Wanna- 
maker) Ch Jacob. Ruth; "The 
Cedars" Jacksonville Rl Sec21 
Pct83 T15 Rll O40a (1864) 
Halligan, John (Catherine Newell) 
Ch Annette, Frank, James, Alma; 
Jacksonville R3 SeclO Pct62 T15 
RIO O120a (1863) 

Ham, Artie (Nellie Bayless) Concord 
Rl Secl4 PctlOO T16 R12 O120a 
(1875) 

Ham, Mrs. George Ch Galmar; Mod- 
esto R35 Sec36 Pctll6 T13 R9 T20a 
Joseph Grey 

Ham, Milton (Louisa Whorten) Ch 
Elmer, Artie, Robert, Elsie: Con- 
cord Rl Sec23 PctlOl T16 R12 O40a 
(1860) 

Ham, Ora (Alice Green) Ch Herold, 
Mildred, Thresa: Concord Sec29 
Pct92 T16 Rll T240a W. Cooper 
and Diggins Est (1899) 
Hambrough, William (Ida Covey) 
Ch Floyd, Gladys, Helen, Leslie, 
Louise; Murrayville R4 Sec2 Pct42 
T13 RIO Manager George Miller 
(1910) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Hambrough, William Ch William; 
Murrayville R4 Secl2 Pct42 T13 
Rip O120a (1884) 

Hamilton, A. L. (Alma Boyer) Ch 
Harry; Franklin Sec20 Pet 11 T14 
R8 T200a Miller Bros. (1867) 

Hamilton, Harry (Louise Wilcox) Ch 
Alto; Franklin R3 Sec20 Pctll T14 
R8 Farm Hand Miller Bros. (1894) 

Hamilton, Lizzie (Lizzie Cowles) 
Chapin R2 Sec6 Pct96 T15 R12 
O40a (1868) 

Hamilton, Owen P. (Phyllis DeSol- 
lar) Ch Gladys L., V. Alene, Ina 
M.; Chapin R2 SecS Pct96 T15 R12 
O40a (1879) 

Hamilton, Robert S. (Addie Twyford) 
"The Willows" Jacksonville R6 
Sec29 Pct34 T1S R9 T556a G. W. 
Moore and Mrs. M. Boston (1889) 

Hamm, Frank (Maud Carter) Ch 
Elizabeth, Ernest; Manchester Rl 
Secl4 Pct74 T13 Rll Farm Hand 
Jas. M. Myers (1916) 

Hamm, Ira (Maud Brake) Ch Conie, 
Jahn, Pearl; Jacksonville R8 Sec4 
Pct61 T15 RIO Farm Hand John 
Laurie (1882) 

Hamm, Med (Daisy Simpson) Ch 
Vergie, Amos, Paul, Francis; Wav- 
erly R2 Sec36 Pct6 T13 R8 Farm 
Hand O. H. Roher (1916) 

Hamm, Oliver A. (Cora Boyce) Jack- 
sonville SeclO Pct67, T15 RIO 
O89a (1879) 

Hamman, Edward (Mary Hillig) Ch 
Harold, Glen, Wilma, Zeta, Dor- 
othy, Leroy; Merodosia Rl Sec25 
Pctl07 T16 R13 T160a Fred Ham- 
man (1869) 

Haneline, Grit (Mary Brown) Ch 
Elmer, Luella, William, Rhoda; 
Sinclair Rl Sec23 Pct41 T16 R9 
O80a (1877) 

Hankins, Lloyd (Alta McPhail) Jack- 
sonville R8 Sec5 Pct61 T15 RIO 
O47a (1916) 

Hanning, Thomas (Jane Halligan) 
Ch Katherine E., John V., William 
H., George E.. Thomas L.; Ash- 
land Rl Secll Pct36 T16 R9 O120a 
(1876) 

Hannon, Harry F. (Jessie Flowers) 
Ch Iris May; Jacksonville R5 Secl2 
PctSO T14 RIO Farm Hand E. J. 
Reynolds (1913) 

Harkleroad, William D. (Pearl E. 
Stremmen Ch Nellie E., Harold E., 
Vernon; Franklin R2 Sec29 Pct22 
T13 R9 T40a Mrs. M. M. Newly 
(1897) 



Harmon, Frank (Ellen Crooks) Ch 
Frances E.; Franklin R3 Secl2 
Pct25 T14 R9 Farm Hand M. Ryan 
(1892) 

Harmon, Oscar (Florence Scott) 
Franklin Rl Sec28 Pct30 T14 R9 
T120a Katie Scott (1882) 

Harris, Harry H. Sinclair Rl Sec22 
Pct40 T16 R9 O96a (1877) 

Harris, James (Lulu Kersy) Ch 
Daisy, James, Louise; Franklin Rl 
Sec20 Pctll T14 R8 T220a John 
Wynn (1892) 

Harris, John (Edith Griffin) Ch Fred- 
die, Jerry Wilson; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec 15 Pct83 T15 Rll Farm Hand 
J. W. Lazenby (1916) 

Harris, M. (Orilla Ward) Ch Myrtle, 
Lee W., Mabel L., M. Monroe, 
Rufus A., Coy S., Mollie O., Theo- 
dore R., Ruby R.; Pisgah Secl7 
Pct27 T14 R9 O80a (1885) 

Harris, Rufus A. Ch Florence O., 
Grace L.; Pisgah Secl7 Pct27 T14 
R9 T80a M. Harris (1897) 

Harris, William H. (Johanna Stan- 
berry) Franklin R3 Sec31 Pctl3 T14 
R8 Farm Hand, J. Bond (1914) 

Harrison, William (Drucilla Black) 
Ch Edith, Homer, Mary; Jackson- 
ville R3 Secl3 Pct63 T13 RIO TlOOa 
T. W. Dodsworth (1849) 

Hart, A. A. (Margaret Toole) Ch 
Wyman; Waverly R3 Sec8 Pct2 T13 
R8 OlOa T70a L. A. Caldwell (1897) 

Hart, C. E. (Charlotte Phillips) Ch 
Beulah, William, Philip, Lida; Mur- 
rayville R2 Sec29 Pct49 T13 RIO 
T132a Hy. Osborne (1915) 

Hart, E. E. (Cora Osborne) Ch Fay, 
Lyle, Rollin T., Raymond W., 
Carrol E.; "Oakwood Stock Farm" 
Sinclair Rl SeclS Pct37 T16 R9 
O285a (1874) 

Hart, Frank (Lucretia White) Ch 
Lela, Lola; Murrayville R3 Sec30 
Pct22 T13 R9 Farm Hand David 
Wilson (1905) 

Hart, John (Grace Masters) Ch Her- 
old, Annabelle; Waverly R2 Sec26 
Pct6 T13 R8 O27a; Sec36 Pct7 T13 
R8 T40a (1907) 

Hart, Lester L. (Cora Harrison) Ch 
Harrison, Alice L., Lester; Sinclair 
Rl Sec33 Pct40 T16 R9 T200a C. M. 
Hart (1885) 

Harvy, Z. M. (Hattie Thomas) Ch 
Zena, Uphia, Hellen; Arenzville 
R2 Seel T16 Rll T80a Bertha 
Beadles (1903) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Hauser, Frank (Lou Hofstler) Ch 
Lloyd, William; Concord Rl Sec26 
Pct90 T16 Rll O80a (1913) 

Hayes, Albert R. (Jessie Jones) Ch 
Velma; Manchester Rl Secl4 Pct74 
T13 Rll T580a Ed Osborne (1891) 

Hayes, Alice Ch John, Edward, 
George, Albert, Charles, Ray, Har- 
vey, Stella, Mary, Hazel; Murray- 
ville R2 Sec23 Pct74 T13 Rll O120a 
(1904) 

Hayes, Elza (Daisy Dishman) Ch 
Roy T. Parter T., Charles E.; Jack- 
sonville R8 Sec36 Pct70 T16 RIO 
Farm Hand W. Allison (1915) 

Hayes, George M. (Carrie Roberts) 
Ch James, Louise; Murray ville R2 
Sec23 Pct74 T13 Rll O60a (1889) 

Hayes, John (Ada Taylor) Ch Glen 
O., Lillian M.; Prentice SeclS Pctl7 
T16 R8 Farm Hand H. Robinson 

Hayes, John (Nora Mitchell) Ch 
Mildred, Gladys, Lucile, Russell; 
Manchester Rl Secl4 Pct74 T13 
Rll O104a (1884) 

Haynes, G. B. (Lillian Jackson) Ch 
Russell, George H., Margaret; 
Franklin R2 Sec35 Pct31 T14 R9 
T120a L. O. Berryman (1867) 

Haynes, Ira (Mary A. Anderton) Ch 
Sarah, Carra C, Henry S., J. Elmer, 
Chester G., Vivian; Franklin R2 
SeclS Pct20 T13 R9 OllOa (1896) 

Heaton, Berry S. (Mabel Gordon) Ch 
Frances, Gordon, Eileen; Winches- 
ter R3 Sec7 Pct79 T14 Rll O66a 
(1884) 

Heaton, E. R. (Ruth McCarthy) 
Winchester R3 Sec7 Pct77 T14 Rll 
T152a Mrs. M. C. Heaton (1878) 

Heaton, J. G. (Sallie Gordon) Ch 
James, Margaret, Ralph, Gerald, 
Virginia, Herschall; Winchester R3 
Sec7 Pct77 T14 Rll O160a (1874) 

Heffner, Joseph F. (Pheobe E. Bailey) 
Ch Marius, Pheobe I. B.; Arenz- 
ville Rl Sec2 Pct97 T16 R12 O200a 
(1861) 

Hegener, Henry W. (Augusta Dah- 
man) Ch Elmer, Lela; "Spring 
Grove Farm" Arenzville R2 Secl2 
Pct89 T16 Rll O120a (1909) 

Heitbrink, Fred (Lizzie Russwinkle) 
Ch Esther, Delia, Owen, Alvin, 
Fred, Orville, Ruth; Bluffs Rl Sec30 
Pctl02 T16 R12 O80a (1882) 

Hembrough Bros., Earl R. and Dean 
M.; Jacksonville R5 Secll PctSO 
T14 RIO T400a T. S. Hembrough 
(1894) 



Hembrough, Earl R. (Emma Henry) 
Jacksonville R5 Secll PctSO T14 
RIO T400a T. S. Hembrough (1894) 

Hembrough, Frank (Annie Hellie- 
well) Ch George W., Annella, Ruth, 
Grace, Mary, Frances; Jackson- 
ville R5 Secl4 Pct54 T14 RIO O200a 
(1884) 

Hembrough, John D. (Anna D. Reed) 
Ch Alfred E., Minnie F., Ellsworth 
D., Lulu M. Frank E., John W, 
Anah B., Richard A.; Jacksonville 
R5 Secll PctSO T14 RIO; Secl4-23 
Pet 54 T14 RIO O263a (1858) 

Henderson, Perry (Mary Sylvester) 
Ch Ellis E., Elmer J., Lottie E.; 
"Shady Oaks Farm" Literberry Rl 
Sec9 Pct67 T16 RIO O120a (1862) 

Henderson, Walter Ch Anna, George, 
Etta; Jacksonville R4 Sec9 Pct62 
T15 RIO T25a Robert DeFreites 
(1917) 

Henderson, William (Lulu Norman) 
Alexander Rl Seel Pct25 T14 R9 
T80a John Kloppe (1888) 

Henderson, William E. (Alma F. 
Ahrenkiel) Ch Charles E.; Ashland 
Rl SeclO Pct37 T16 R9 TSa Wil- 
liam Clapp (1915) 

Henderson, W. W. (Emma Freitag) 
Ch Rosa, Irl, Harold, Wilson, 
Allan; Jacksonville R4 Sec29 Pct72 
T16 RIO O275a (1872) 

Henry, Elijah (Lillie M. Hull) Ch 
Augustus; Murrayville R4 SeclS 
Pct22 T13 R9 O24a (1870) 

Henry, Ernest (Bertha Fanning) 
Murrayville R3 Sec25 Pct47 T13 
RIO TISOa F. L. Hungerford (1885) 

Henry, Guss (Lydia Seymour) Frank- 
lin R2 Sec20 Pct22 T13 R9 OlOOa 
(1874) 

Henry, S. E. Murrayville R4 Seel 
Pct42 T13 RIO O70a (1867) 

Henry, S. I. (Fetna Edwards) Ch 
Ralph; Murrayville R4 Secl3 Pct46 
T13 RIO O70a (1880) 

Henry, William T. (Cora Alice Trib- 
ble) Ch Velda I.; Murrayville R4 
Secl9 Pct22 T13 R9 O160a (1869) 

Henry, W. E. (Hattie Rogers) Ch 
Aretha, Frona, May; Murrayville 
R4 Seel Pct42 T13 RIO O40a (1867) 

Heriford, Marshal (Nannie Briggs) 
Ch Guy, Moore, Ernest, Nellie, 
Rosie L., Iva, Myrtle; Franklin R2 
Sec29 Pct22 T13 R9 T160a Thomas 
Henry (1915) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Hermes, John F. (Elizabeth Wal- 
baum) Ch Fred, Frances, Frank, 
Theresa, Fred, Andrew, Johnson; 
Alexander Rl Sec29 Pctl6 T15 R8 
T320a Margaret Caldwell (1885) 

Herriford, Mrs. Cora (Cora Stevens) 
Ch Edward, Minnie Stacey, John 
C; Waverly Rl SeclS Pctl2 T14 
R8 T80a John Moxon (1914) 

Herriford, John C.; Waverly Rl SeclS 
Pctl2 T14 R8 T80a John Moxon 
(1913) 

Hess, Louis (Clara Yeck) Ch Clifford, 
Howard: Concord Rl Sec22 Pct91 
T16 Rll O120a (1912) 

Hetzel, E. M. (Rosa M. Chaflams) 
Ch Lester E., Michel G., Otto V.; 
"Myrtle" Franklin R2 Sec23 Pct23 
T13 R9 O210a (1902) 

Hickey, John H. (Daisy Kern) 'Ch 
Donald, Simon, Anna, Thelma, 
Herschel; Sinclair Rl Secl4 Pct41 
T16 R9 Tla Elias Parrott (1917) 

Hicks, John H. (Mary Carrigan) Ch 
Clarence, Edward; Jacksonville R3 
SeclS Pct33 T15 R9 Farm Hand J. 
W. Arnold (1901) 

Hicks, M. W. CMartha Hayes) Ch 
Luther, Lora, Thomas, Mattie, 
John, Herschel, Charlie; Franklin 
R2 Sec33 Pct23 T13 R9 T160a H. 
A. and L. O. Berryman (1915) 

Hierman, Theodore E. (Lucinda 
Hackman) Ch Aldo, Verna; Arenz- 
ville Rl Sec3 Pct97 T16 R12 O396a 
(1868) 

Higgs, Albert (Bertha Hawn) Ch 
Edna, Lena; Chapin R3 Sec34 Pct91 
T16 Rll T99a John Vasey (1874) 

Higgs, Henry (Mary Marshall) Ch 
Albert, Laura; Concord Rl Sec21 
Pct91 T16 Rll T8a James Rexroat 
(1867) 

Hill, Edward (Mary E. Mielkie) Ch 
Francis, Irene; Prentice Rl Secl7 

. Pctl7 T16 R8 Farm Hand J. H. 
Hubbs (1905) 

Hill, Elmer (Edith Stout) Ch Charles, 
Lee, Florence, Russell, Harold; 
Chapin R3 Sec2 PctSl T15 Rll 
T86a A. Doan (1904) 

Hills, Albert E. (Catherine Fearney- 
hough) Ch Blanche, Harold; Win- 
chester R3 Sec8 Pct77 T14 Rll 
T160a Miss Grace Carter (1914) 

Hills, A. E. (Stella Vasey) Jackson- 
ville Rl Sec32 Pct86 T15 Rll T380a 
Robert Hills (1869) 

Hills, J. L. (Clarissa Watson) Ch 
Leonard, Clark; "Blue Grass Home- 
stead" Franklin R3 Sec30 Pctll T14 
R8 O76a (1865) 



Hills, Leonard (Sarah McFarland) Ch 
Myrtle, Albert, Adam; Winchester 
R5 Sec5-8 Pct77 T14 .Rll T240a 
Miss Grace Carter (1859) 

Hills, Robert Ch Mary Ann, Adam; 
Jacksonville Rl Sec32 Pct86 T15 
Rll O458a (1857) 

Hills, William R. (Mary Thusby) Ch 
Raymond R., Chester R. George 
W.; Franklin R3 Sec24 Pct30 T14 
R9 T220a H. G. Keplinger (1861) 

Hines, L. E. (Clara B. Thompson) 
Waverly R2 SecS Pct2 T13 R8 
Farm Hand N. J. Hughes (1897) 

Hines, Walter (Margaret Doyle) Ch 
Helen; Alexander Sec33 Pctl6 T15 
R8 O169a (1877) 

Hines, William R. (Anna Thompson) 
Ch Lester, Elma, Mary; Waverly 
Rl SeclS Pctl2 T14 R8 Farm Hand 
G. B. Ford (1913) 

Hinners, Arthur (Carrie Weber) Ch 
Evelyn, Mardell; Meredosia Rl 
Seel PctlOS T16 R13 O80a (1885) 

Hinners, Elmer (Kathryn Weber) Ch 
Glennis; Arenzville Rl SecS Pct88 
T16 R12 T300a F. Brookhouse 
(1890) 

Hinners, Henry (Emma Hansmeyer) 
Ch Arthur, Elsie, Erma; Meredosia 
Rl Secl2 PctlOS T16 R13 O160a 
(1863) 

Hinners, Louis E. (Margaret Goffi- 
nett) Ch Gilbert L.; Meredosia Rl 
Sec23 Pctl07 T16 R13 T167a Mrs. 
W. H. Wilday (1882) 

Hinners, Philip (Liddie Christiner) 
Ch Nettie, Elmer, Grace, Hilda, El- 
ton, Mabel; Meredosia Rl Secl2 
Pctl06 T16 R13 O280a (1864) 

Hitch, James F. (Nora Smith); 
Woodson Rl Sec22 Pct54 T14 RIO 
Farm Hand Robert Megginson 
(1868) 

Hoagland, Archie; "The Maples" 
Jacksonville R5 Sec20 Pct28 T14 
R9 T120a E Scott (1864) 

Hoagland, John W. (Lillie Domart) 
Ch Henry C., Albert F. ; Woodson 
Rl Sec26 PctS6 T14 RIO O80a 
(1850) 

Hobbs, George A. (Catherine Fritz- 
patrick) Ch George, Marie, Rose, 
John, William, Hellen, Thomas, Jo- 
seph; Murrayville Rl Sec2S PctSO 
T14 Rll O160a (1873) 

Hobbs, William (Mary E. Newman) 
Ch Fridelia, Manilla, Frank, David; 
Jacksonville R7 Secll Pct84 T15 
Rll Farm Hand H. Blimling (1871) 



Hockin, Richard (Gertrude Jolly) 
Ch Bryan, Hazel, Ruth; Waverly R2 
Sec33 Pctl8 T13 R8 T60a George 
Corethers 

Hodges, John T. (Clara Ledferd) 
Ch Marguerite; "Park View Farm" 
Jacksonville R5 Sec28 Pct64 T15 
RIO O46a (1897) 

Hodgson, Howard E. (Alice M. Har- 
rison) Ch Hannah J., William H. ; 
"Woodlawn Stock Farm" Ashland 
Rl Secl4 Pct4I T16 R9 T240a 
John Hodgson (1879) 

Hoffmaser, Henry (Minnie Roegge) 
Ch Cora, Louis, Elmer, Ervin; 
Meredosia Rl Sec6 Pct98 T16 R12 
T200a H Roegge (1887) 

Hogan, Alex. (Melvina Dyer) Ch 
Gracie, Edmond, Morgan, Albert; 
Arenzville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 
Rll Farm Hand John H Kraner 
(1916) 

Hogg, John T. Jacksonville R2 SeclO 
Pct76 T14 Rll O128a (1860) 

Holley, George (Mabel C. Waggon- 
er) Ch Martha, Elizabeth; Arnold 
Sec20 Pct34 T15 R9 O90a T161a 
Emma Waggoner Est. (1871) 

Holley, John Jacksonville R6 Secl9 
Pct34 T15 R9 O80a T347^a Ches- 
ter Hemphill, E. T. Scofield and 
Mrs. E. Tunison (1871) 
Holmes, James T. (Mary Waggoner) 
Ch J. Stewart, Helen E., Julia H.; 
"Prairie Home" Orleans Sec35 
Pct3S T15 R9 O480a (1867) 
Holtman, John (Lucindia Fricke) 
Ch Elda, Martha, Harold, Ethel, 
Alford; Meredosia Rl SeclO PctlOS 
T16 R13 O220a (1914) 
Homes, Ora (Bertha Fishel) Ch Ethel 
L., Orval E.; Prentice Sec6 Pctl7 
T16 R8 Manager Charles Homes 
1883) 

Hood, John (Lena Berndt) Ch Mil- 
ton; Waverly R3 Secl3 Pctl9 T13 
R9 Farm Hand John Berndt (1903) 

Hood, Mrs. Martha (Martha Fran- 
cis) Ch Alva, Golda, Mabel, John, 
Vallie, Raymond; Waverly R2 
Sec33 Pct8 T13 R8 T2a John Got- 
chall (1912) 

Hoover, A. M. (Elizabeth Coonrod) 
Ch Lola, Daniel, Lynn, Doris, Jane, 
Jean, Marion; "White Haven Farm" 
Jacksonville R8 Sec34 Pct7l T16 
RIO T40a F. A. Stevens (1915) 



Hopkins, Clarence B. (Beulah El- 
royd); Ashland Rl Sec9 Pct37 T16 
R9 W. N. Hubbs (1915) 
Hornback, Mrs. P. A. (Paulina Alex- 
ander) Ch Charles, Thurman, Leslie. 
Lola, Harriet; Athens Secl4 Pct25 
T14 R9 T2a (1863) 

Hough, James E. (Etta Robson); 

Murrayville R3 Sec36 Pct47 T13 

RIO T80a William Keppler (1883) 

Howard, Charles (Leah Wheeler); 

Jacksonville Rl Secl8 Pctl09 T15 

Rll T72a A. W. Jewsbery (1899) 

Howard, Charles (Ettie Reed) Ch 

Ina, Sarah, Pearl; Waverly R3 

Secl6 Pct4 T13 R8 T30a John Rhea 

(1863) 

Howard, Criss (Helen Anderson); 

Jacksonville R7 Sec4 Pct82 T15 

Rll TlOOa T. O. Hardister (1898) 

Howe, Aaron; Jacksonville R5 Sec7 

Pct27 T14 R9 T240a Anna M. Fry 

(1862) 

Hubbard, Sarah; Waverly R2 Sec29 

Pct8 T13 R8 O20a (1867) 
Hubbard, Thomas; Waverly R2 Sec29 

Pct8 T13 R8 O20a (1849) 
Huddleston, A. W. (Laura Anthony) 
Ch Alma M.. Helen D., Richard 
W.; Jacksonville R5 Sec2 PctSO T14 
RIO Farm Hand W. A. Read (1911) 
Hudson, John E. (Nellie Tankersley) 
Ch Harry E.; Chapin R3 SecS Pct82 
T15 Rll Farm Hand Charles Cou- 
din (1917) 

Huff, E. W. (Dozie Franklin) Ch Vel- 
ma, Ruby; Murrayville R2 Sec33 
Pct48 T13 RIO Farm Hand Frank 
Robinson (1917) 

Hughes, Court (Margaret Twyford) 
Ch Ethel, Annie, Bessie, Fronie, 
Pearl. Alonzo; Jacksonville R8 
Sec4 Pct61 T15 RIO T196a Clampit 
Est. (1891) 

Hughes, W. H. (Lee Burch) : Waver- 
ly R2 Sec28 Pct6 T13 R8 T125a 
(1867) 
Hulett, Fannie; Jacksonville R4 SecS 

Pct61 T15 RIO O80a (1897) 
Hull, John W. (Mamie Bell Atkin- 
son) Ch Lee, Francis, Ruth; Mur- 
rayville R4 Sec9 Pct43 T13 RIO 
T160a Mrs. Ella Masters (1869) 
Hull, J. O. (Mary Mortimer) Ch 
Chester, Ray; Murrayville R4 Sec25 
Pct47 T13 RIO O39a (1872) 
Hull, William (Vernie Decker) Ch 
Evalee; Literberry Rl Sec7 Pct38 
T16 R9 Farm Hand Albert Cruni 
(1881) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Hundley, Joseph V. (Minnie McEv- 
ers) Ch William A., Bertha E., Gol- 
die J., Nellie M., Ethel I., Clarence 
A.; Jacksonville R2 Sec22 Pct78 
T14 Rll Ola (1909) 

Hundley, Rube F. (Bertha Standley) 
Ch Leona M.; Jacksonville R4 
SeclS Pct87 T16 Rll T95a Woman 
College Est. (1914) 

Hunt, A. L. (Nancy Dunlop) Ch 
John, Robert, Isabelle, Luther, 
Frank, Laura, Delia, Schaler, Ella; 
Waverly R2 SeclO Pct2 T13 R8 
O28a (1884) 

Huppe, Henry (Lucinda Roegge) Ch 
Alma, Minnie, Arthur, William, 
Norma; Arenzville Rl Seel Pct97 
T16 R12 O197a (1902) 



Hyatt, J. T. (Kate Jennings) Ch 
Maggie, Leslie; Murray ville R3 
Sec36 Pct75 T13 RIO T80a J. Whit- 
lock (1917) 

Hyde, Cornelius W. (Alice Mains); 
Bluffs Rl Sec36 Pct42 T16 R13 
O85a (1852) 

Hymes, Frank E. (Lucretia Lindsey) 
Ch Everett, Bernice, Russell, Oren, 
Floyd, Francis, Mildred, Harold: 
Prentice Rl Sec36 Pct41 T16 R9 
T250a C. H. Martin (1878) 

Hymes, Lee (Ora Hogsett) ; Ch 
James, George, Leo; Jacksonville 
R6 Sec4 Pct26 T14 R9 Farm Hand 
C. E. Davis (1915) 



Icenogle, James O. (Hettie T. De- 
weese) Ch Elma; Prentice Rl 
Sec30 PctlS T16 R8 T240a Jennie 
Deweese (1916) 

Irlam, Charles D. (Bertha Tiefen- 
brunn) Ch Jane, Mary, Ernest. 
Kate, Mattie, Lucy, Edward; Mur- 
rayville Rl Sec4 Pct43 T13 RIO 
OlOOa (1867) 

Irlam, Charles E. (Susan Russel) ; 
Murrayville Rl Sec4 Pct43 T13 RIO 
T310a Thomas Irlam, W. D. Henry 
and Son (1884) 

Irlam, John W. (Mozelle Beadles) Ch 
John, Margaret; Murrayville Rl 
Sec4 Pct43 T13 RIO O80a T170a 
John Gougherty (1883) 



Irlam, Thomas (Elizabeth Tomlin- 
son) Ch Lillian, Bertha, Amy, Mil- 
lie, Alice, Florence, Sadie, John, 
Charles; Murrayville Sec4 Pct43 
T13 RIO O120a (1878) 

Irving, D. C. (Nanna Micles) Ch Ma- 
rea, Ruth. Ralph; Waverly R2 
Sec22 Pct4 T13 R8 O118a (1913) 

Irvin, William (Hannah Steinkueh- 
ler) Ch Leroy, Beulah, Lena P., 
Grace E., Clarabelle; Ashland Rl 
Secll Pct36 T16 R9 O20a (1854) 

Isaacs, Henry H. (Emma Lathon) 
Ch Walter H.; Prentice Sec6 Pctl7 
T16 R8 T30a C. W. Bailey (1902) 

Isaacs, John W. (Cynthia Skaags) 
Ch Henry I.; Prentice Rl Sec30 
PctlS T16 R8 T168a John Allison 
(1887) 



Jackson, Herbert (Laura Oddy) Ch 
Charles, Leroy, Helen; Murrayville 
R3 Sec21 Pct48 T13 RIO TlOOa 
Mrs. J. K. Elder (1889) 

Jackson, J. C. (Lizzie Talkington) Ch 
Alpha P., Clarence W., Leatha M., 
John H., Harold A., Dorothy E.; 
Franklin Rl Sec2 Pet 20 T13 R9 
Farm Hand Scott Trambarger 
(1880) 

Jackson, J. H. (Sarah Hopper) Ch 
Ethel, Hazel, Mary, Basil, Cora, 
Brice, Claude, Henry, Olin, Wanda, 
Wilma; Murrayville R3 Sec25 Pct47 
T13 RIO O80a (1906) 



Jackson, William (Stella Prewitt) Ch 
Edward, Russell, Lillie M., Joseph 
A.; Waverly Rl Sec22 Pctl2 T14 R8 
Farm Hand Dan Gorman (1883) 

James, Clifford (Nellie Pruett), Ch 
Hazel, Harold, Gladys, Edgar, Carl, 
Dorothy; Jacksonville R4 SecS 
Pct61 T15 RIO T87a Mary James 
(1875) 

James, L. N. (Dona Curll) "Sunny 
Brook Farm" Jacksonville R8 Secl7 
T15 RIO T93a Prudence Baptist 
(1874) 

James, Mary (Mary Jackson) Ch 
Lloyd, Clifford; Jacksonville R4 
SecS Pct61 T15 RIO O87a (1872) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Jarrett, W. D. (Mabelle Deatherage) 
Ch Blanche B., Wayne, Verne D.; 
Waverly Rl SeclS Pctl2 T14 R8 
Farm Hand W. H. Duerver (1903) 
Jarrison, J. E. (Olie Adcock) Ch 
Lena, Mary, James, Christena, 
Stella, Murel, Catheline; Waverly 
R2 Sec26 Pct7 T13 R8 OlSOa (1915) 
Jefferson, Olive Ch Elizabeth, Clara, 
Martha, Louella, Charles, James; 
Franklin Rl Sec7 Pct22 T13 R9 
O40a (1838) 

Jennings, E. M. (Ellen Sooy) Ch 
Reaugn, Grace,' Alma; Murray ville 
R4 Secl6 Pct43 T13 RIO T80a Mrs. 
M. F. Sooy (1892) 

Jewsberry, Frederick H. (Lucy Gor- 
gon) Ch Claud, Harold, Clarence, 
Wilber, Elizabeth; Jacksonville Rl 
SeclS Pctl09 T15 Rll O112a (1869) 
Johnson, Alex (Mary A. Pike) Ch 
Ray; Murray ville R4 Secl3 Pct46 
T13 RIO O26a (1868) 
Johnson, Bror A. Ch Mabel S., Emma 
H. M., Arthur E., Carl O., Albin P., 
Anders S. ; Literberry Rl Sec7 
Pct38 T16 R9 O166a (1885) 
Johnson, Mrs. Emma Ch Clyde N., 
Earl H.; Jacksonville R7 Sec3 PctSl 
T15 Rll O40a (1872) 
Johnson Evan Ch Michael T., Mar- 
garet M., Andrew M., James E., 
Kathryn W.; Waverly Rl Secl6 
Pctl2 T14 R8 T160a D. McCarthy 
(1887) 

Johnson, George E. (Katherine Yeck) 
Ch Elmer, Oral; Concord Rl Secl3 
PctlOO T16 R12 T173a Jacob Hover 
(1906) 

Johnson, James E. (Letitia Hicks) 
Jacksonville R7 SeclO Pct83 T15 
Rll T140a J. Z. Scott Est (1896) 
Johnson, James T. (Effie Mick) "Wal- 
nut Grove Farm" Woodson Rl 
Secl3 Pct79 T14 Rll O40a (1863) 
Johnson, James W. (Jennie Bristow) 
Ch Elmer, Minnie, Carrie, Oral, 
Lena, Clara; Literberry Rl SecS 
Pct67 T16 RIO O250a (1844) 
Jokisch, William Ch Ernest, Cornelia, 
William T.; Arenzville Rl SecS 
Pct98 T16 R12 O244a (1891) 
Jokish, Louis (Rose Newell) Ch Lu- 
cile, Newell, Anna R; Ashland Rl 
Sec3 Pct37 T16 R9 T200a George 
Jokish (1914) 

Jones, Curtice J. (Abbie B. Sayre) 
Ch Phoebe, Grant, Sherman, Susan, 
Mary; Franklin Rl Sec7 Pct22, T13 
R9 O63a (1846) 



Jones, Edgar (Avis Flynn) Ch Thes- 
tine, Worrell; "Old Jones' Farm" 
Waverly R3 Secl7 Pct3 T13 R8 
Farm Hand Mrs. Pierce Jones 
(1893) 

Jones, E. L. (Nellie Jackson) Ch - 
Opal; Waverly R3 SecS Pct2 T13 
R8 O20a 

Jones, E. W. (May Sargent) Ch Anna 
L.; Jacksonville R5 Sec20 Pct28 
T14 R9 OlOa (1892) 
Jones, G. W. (Mary Pierce) Ch Eliza- 
beth A., Claude L., Laurence R. ; 
Jacksonville R6 Sec 4 Pet 26 T14 R9 
Farm Hand Harry C. Stewart 
(1915) 

Jones, Henry L. (Hannah M. Ho- 
baker) Ch Harold L., Raymond; 
Franklin R3 Secl3 Pct25 T14 R9 
Farm Hand J. P. Woods (1866) 
Jones, O. H. (Lauretta Park) Ch 
Lucile; Murray ville R4 Sec9 Pct43 
T13 RIO Farm Hand C. F. Strang 
(1914) 

Jones, Mrs. Pierce (Bell Bivins) Ch 
Elah, Lizzie, Cora, Myrtle, Edgar, 
Lester, Pierce; Waverly R3 Secl7 
Pct3 713 R8 OlSOa (1863) 
Jones, Richard N. (Maud Hocking) 
Ch Mabel, Minnie. Ralph, Hallie, 
Howard. Agnes; "Wilgon Farm" 
Jacksonville Rl Sec24 Pct85 T15 
Rll T48a Mrs. W. S. Jones (1911) 
Jones, Wayne (Mary Pierce) Ch 
Elizabeth A., Claude, Lawrence; 
Jacksonville R6 Sec33 Pct34 T15 R9 
Farm Hand Hy Stewart (1915) 
Jones, William (Eliza Herrin) Ch 
Vernon, William, Goldie; Manches- 
ter Rl SeclS T13 Rll Farm Hand 
William Capler (1913) 
Jones, Mrs. W. S. (Minnie Brissey) 
Ch Paul Andrew, Lucy Elizabeth; 
"Willjon" Jacksonville Rl Sec24 
PctSS T15 Rll O48a (1905) 
Jordan, E. G. (May Dawson) Ch 
Dawson; Murrayville Rl Seel 
Pctl3 T13 RIO T58a P. G. Stein 
(1877) 

Joy, Edward F. (Fanny C. Cowdin) 
Ch Angie; Chapin R3 SecS Pct82 
T15 Rll O80a T425a Lyman Joy 
(1863) 

Joy, Harold P. (Mabel Drake) Ch 

Warren, Mary E.; Chapin R3 Sec32 

. Pct93 T16 Rll O60a T80a Alice P. 

Joy (1885) 

Joy, James S. (Eva Tickner) Ch How- 
ard T.; Chapin R3 Sec32 Pct93 T16 
Rll OlOOa (1857) 



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K 



Kaehlert, Carl Jr. (Bertha Slagle) 
Neelyville Sec7 Pct98 T16 R12 T60a 
Clause Tomhave (1916) 

Kavanaugh, Mary A. Ch William P., 
John, Leo, James, Christopher, Pat- 
rick; Ashland R3 Seel Pct36 T16 
R9 O200a (1858) 

Keenan, Claude E. (Oral Robins) Ch 
Talbot, Virginia; Alexander Rl 
Sec31 Pctl4 T15 R8 T320a John and 
Sarah Cockin (1905) 

Kehl, Andrew (Margaret E. Rogers) 
Ch Edith; Murrayville R3 Sec36 
Pct47 T13 RIO O60a (1859) 

Kelley, Charles (Gertrude Henry) Ch 
Oleta, Irene, Lulu; Franklin R2 
SeclS Pct22 T13 R9 O43a (1887) 

Kelley, Raymond (Anna Stevenson) 
Pisgah Secl7 Pct27 T14 R9 Farm 
Hand E. Wood (1907) 

Kelly Roy (Ora Rolson) Franklin Rl 
Sec32 Pct28 T14 R9 O280a (1892) 

Keltner, John R. (Lidia Homes) Ch 
Lillian, Claude, Otis; Sinclair Rl 
Sec26 Pet 41 T16 R9 O240a (1862) 

Kendrick, William (Lilly Moore); 
Jacksonville Rl Sec27 PctSl T15 
Rll Farm Hand W. T. Richardson 
(1916) 

Kennedy, Bros., James and M. S. 
Franklin Sec6 Pct2 T13 R8 Farm 
Hand Grover Caldwell (1851) 

Kennedy, J. O. (Louisa Goodpastor) 
Ch Bertha D.; "Stuart Home" Ar- 
enzville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 Rll 
O40a (1865) 

Kennett, Clarence (Ella Norfleet) Ch 
Howard V., Jesse M.; Franklin R3 
Sec2 Pct25 T14 R9 T237a M. S. 
Zachery (1904) 

Kennett, Ted J. (Eliza Kennett, 
Mother) Franklin R3 Sec2 Pct25 
T14 R9 T77a Fred Six (1903) 

Kenney, Mrs. Delia (Delia Plumpe) 
Ch William F., Clarence D.; Frank- 
lin R3 SeclS Pct26 T14 R9 O80a 
T70a G. Wood (1914) 

Kenny, James Martin (Nellie, Sister) 
Alexander Rl Sec8 PctlO T14 R8 
O240a (1867) 

Keplinger, E. C. (Lela Kennedy) 
"Clear View Farm" Waverly R2 
Sec25 Pct6 T13 R8 O160a T480a V. 
G. Keplinger and Hutchinson Bros. 
(1900) 

Keplinger, J. B. (Eda Grankey) Ch 
Florence, Hattie; Waverly R2 Sec33 
Pct8 T13 R8 TlOOa B. F. Keplinger 
(1883) 



Kiernan, Owen Alexander Rl Sec31 
PctlS T15 R8 O80a (1873) 

Killam, Denby Jacksonville Rl Sec21 
Pct83 T15 Rll Farm Hand Thomas 
Denby Est. (1877) 

Killam, Fred S. (Margaret Headen) 
Ch Harry; Jacksonville Rl Sec29 
Pct86 T15 Rll O120a (1878) 

Kindred, Byron (Alice Craddock) Ch 
Byron, Floyd, Helen; Alexander Rl 
Secl7 Pctl6 T15 R8 Farm Hand 
Ella Sorells (1897) 

King, Austin (Jessie Angel) Ch Ar- 
thur, Eloise, Fred, Jean; Murray- 
ville R4 Sec8 Pct45 T13 RIO O80a 
(1887) 

Kinnet, Claud (Josie Hopper) Jack- 
sonville R6 Sec24 Pct63 T15 RIO 
T186a Frank Lindsey and Mrs. W. 
M. Baxter (1901) 

Kinnett, A. B. Jacksonville R4 Sec3 
Pct60 T15 RIO T87a Emma Hender- 
son (1914) 

Kinnett, Lester (Relia L. Mayes) 
Prentice Rl Sec32 Pet 18 T16 R8 
T290a Julius Strawn (1907) 

Kirby, Bros., W. W. and George L. 
"Sunny Knoll Stock Farm" Frank- 
lin Rl Sec33 Pct29 T14 R9 O220a 
(1865) 

Kirby, Mrs. Fanny (Fanny Leak) Ch 
Rachael, Delia, William W., George 
L.; Franklin Rl Sec33 Pct29 T14 R9 
O220a (1851) 

Kitchen, A. A. (Evelyn Nunes) Win- 
chester R3 Sec8 Pct77 T14 Rll 
T140a Ralph Dodsworth (1898) 

Kitchen, Joseph (Mary Conlee) Ch 
Myrtle, Olive, Walter, William, 
Sarah, Emma, Arthur, Anderson; 
Winchester R3 Sec8 Pct77 T14 Rll 
T140a Ralph Dodsworth (1898) 

Kitchen, Walter (Mary Edwards) 
Murrayville R4 Secl3 Pct46 T13 
RIO T30a Payton Henry Est. (1900) 

Kitner, Harry E. (Edna Shields) Ch 
Marjorie, Martha, Helen; "Mound 
Ridge Farm" Jacksonville Rl Sec24 
Pct85 T15 Rll O130a (1878) 

Kitterman, Charles (Kate Laurent) 
Ch William, Joseph Craycroft, 
Louise Bromley; Arnold Sec30 
Pctl2 T5 R9 T158a John Erickson 
(1889) 

Kloppe, William (Louise Kohrs) 
Alexander Rl SecS PctlO T14 R8 
O120a (1887) 



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Knifley, Virgil (Bettie Absker) Ch 
Letus, Carrie, Lois, Rowlin, Ray- 
mond; Waverly Rl Sec20 Pctll 
T14 R8 Farm Hand A. H. Wright 
(1913) 

Knisley, C. H. (Rosa Andrew) Ch 
Jacob, Virginia, Charles, Elmer, Ed- 
gar; Alexander Rl SeclS PctlS T15 
R8 T240a J. Cockin (1895) 

Koch, Ernest (Amelia Geiss) Ch Ma- 
rie, Earnest; Meredosia Rl SecS 
Pct98 T16 R12 O40a (1901) 

Koch, Henry . (Alvine Schroder) Ch 
Margaret, Ella; Meredosia Rl Sec3 
PctlOS T16 R13 T80a Fred Wester- 
field (1898) 

Koehler, Anton (Emma Beachman) 
Ch Randolph, Rosie, Raymond, Mel- 
vin; Franklin R3 Sec31 Pctl3 T14 
R8 Farm Hand W. C. Calhoun 
(1898) 

Kohrs, Henry (Lizzie Wys) Ch Fred, 
Louise, Minnie; Franklin R3 Sec2 
Pct25 T14 R9 T320a Mary Tomb 
(1907) 

Korsmeyer, C. A. (Clara Wessler) Ch 
Wilber; Arenzville R2 Sec9 Pct87 
T16 Rll OllSa Se_cl6 Pct95 O20a 
(1911) 

Korsmeyer, William F. (Anna 
Roegge) Ch Frank H., Oscar W., 
Edna A., Bertha L., Edgar J.; 
Meredosia Rl SecS Pct98 T16 R12 
O160a (1889) 

Koyne, George (Margaret Hurley) Ch 
May, Lee, Adrian, Joe, Tom; Mur- 
rayville Rl Sec2 Pct73 T13 Rll 
O142a (1864) 



Kroush, A. W. (Mayme Jolly) Ch. 
Franklin, Earl, Marjorie, Mildred, 
Doris I.; Franklin Rl Sec21 Pct25 
T14 R9 T230a R. Woods (1907) 

Kuhlman, Henry Ch Christine, Fred 
George, William, Mary, Anna, 
Emma; Meredosia Rl Seel PctlOS 
T16 R13 O160a (1868) 

Kumle, Alice G. (Alice G. Coultas) 
Ch Harry C., Sebastian B., Marga- 
ret E.; Alexander Sec2S PctlS T1S 
R9 O120a (1865) 

Kumle Bros., Harry C. and S. B. 
Alexander Sec25 PctlS T15 R9 
T320a Alice G. and W. F. Kumle 
(1887) 

Kumle Bros., W. J. and J. C. Alex- 
ander Rl Sec32 Pctl6 T15 R8 T423a 

. O. F. Conklin and Joseph Kumle 
(1888) 

Kumle, E. J. (Pearl Strawn) Ch Paul, 
Wilbur, Lillian; Alexander Rl Sec25 
PctlS T15 R9 O80a (1870) 

Kumle, John C. Alexander Rl Sec32 
Pctl6 T15 R8 T423a O. F. Conklin 
and Joseph Kumle (1888) 

Kumle, William F. (Ollie Davis) Ch 
Izetta, Virgil; Alexander Rl Sec36 
PctlS T15 R9 O120a (1877) 

Kumle, W. J. (Una Wilcox) Ch Dor- 
othy, Wonder; Alexander Sec31 
PctlS T15 R8 T423a (1886) 

Kunzeman, Henry (Maggie Smith) 
Ch Myrtle, Nadine; Russell Kunze- 
man, Brother; Bluffs Rl Sec30 
Pctl02 T16 R12 O12\y 2 a (1886) 



Lacey, J. J. (Izoar Daisv) Ch Mary 
Catherine Boatman, John Thomas, 
Perry, Theodore; Jacksonville R6 
Sec28 Pct34 T15 R9 T211a Mrs. 
Galbraith (1889) 

Lacey, Theodore (Lydia Jane Rich- 
ardson) Ch Hugh, George, Martha; 
Jacksonville R6 Sec28 Pct34 T15 
R9 T211a Mrs. Galbraith (1889) 

Lair, Bascom Ch Stella, Lizzie, Eve- 
lyn; Jacksonville R6 Sec27 Pct35 
T15 R9 Farm Hand John Vasey 
(1912) 

Lamb, Alfred (Anna May Dean) Ch 
Dean, Amelia, Lafayette; Murray- 
ville R2 Sec29 Pct49 T13 RIO; T200a 
A. R. Gregory (1869) 



Lamkular, Lester (Mabel Samples) 
Waverly R3 SeclS Pct3 T13 R8 
Farm Hand F. Sims (1891) 

Lamkular, W. H. (Anna Brown) Ch 
Lester, Hardin, Alfred E., Amos; 
Ashland Rl SecS Pct38 T16 R9 
O189a (1861) 

Lane, Virgil (Gussie Lane) Ch Ber- 
nard A.; Arenzville R2 Seel T16 
Rll Farm Hand Carl Thornley 
(1915) 

Langdon, J. W. (Bridget Lonergan) 
Ch Mary, Alma, Ilene; Roodhouse 
R2 Sec33 Pct48 T13 RIO T230a 
James Lonergan (1887) 

Langhary, Charles (Edna Barber) Ch 
Goldie, Marie; Arenzville R2 Secl4 
Pct89 T16 Rll O40a (1862) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Langhary, Frank (Stella Rickey) Ch 
Oleta M., Woodrow; Chapin Rl 
Sec3 Pct95 T1S R12 Tla G. Lang- 
hary (1897) 

Lanner, Louisa Ch Oscar, Christa, 
Amelia, Oliver; Arenzville R2 Sec? 
Pct88 T16 Rll O160a (1882) 

Lash, John (Margaret Childers) Ch 
Walter; Waverly Rl Sec27 Pctl3 
Tl-4 R8 T2a D. Burnett (1917) 

Lash, Walter L. (Jennette T. Stan- 
bury) Ch John, Grover, Emma, Net- 
tie, Charles, William J., Katie, 
Jessie, Ferdie, Leda, Arley, Massie; 
Waverly Rl Sec26 Pctll4 T14 R8 
E. Burnett (1863) 

Lashmet, Charles (Ella M. Woodall) 
Ch Fred, Bessie, Gertrude, Lucile, 
Joseph, George, Raymond; Frank- 
lin R2 Secl7 Pct22 T13 R9 O120a 
(1915) 

Laurie, John H. (Mary Healy) Ch 
John; Jacksonville R8 Sec4 Pct61 
T15 RIO O317a (1870) 

Lauson, W. J. (Mabel Snyder) Jack- 
sonville R2 Sec25 Pct85 T1S Rll 
T9a E. M. Sibert (1915) 

Lazenby, John W. (Elizabeth Riley) 
Jacksonville Rl SeclS Pct83 T15 
Rll T240a Isaac G. Lazenby (1869) 

Leach, G. A. (Jennie Ranson) Ch 
Fred A., Helen L. ; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec22 Pct83 T15 Rll O152^a TlOOa 
J. W. Swales (1865) 

Leach, J. W. (Ann Ella Denby) Ch 
Mary Eileen, Ruth Ann; "Wood- 
bine Place" Jacksonville R2 Sec34 
Pct86 T15 Rll O175a (1859) 

Leach, W. L. (Nell Wood) Jackson- 
ville Rl Sec26 Pct85 T15 Rll O106a 
(1877) 

Leadill, Harry (Minnie Stonehouse) 
Ch Henry, Freda, Ernest; Franklin 
R3 Secl4 Pct25 T14 R9 T160a W. 
Dodsworth (1912) 

Leadill, Henry Franklin R3 Sec24 
Pctll T14 R9 T160a W. T. Dods- 
worth (1887) 

Leadill, James (Elizabeth A. Robin- 
son) Ch Alice, Loera, Bertie; 
Franklin R3 Sec24 Pct30 T14 R9 
T275a W. T. Dodsworth (1884) 

Leadill, James Franklin R3 Secl4 
Pct25 T14 R9 T160a W. Dodsworth 
(1912) 

Leahy, John P. (Mabel Newell) 
Pleasant Plains R40 SeclO Pctl7 
T16 R8 T200a James Leahy (1917) 

Leak, Leslie (Maud Scott) Ch Ber- 
nard; Franklin Rl Sec3 Pct20 T13 
R9 T180a George Leak (1886) 



Leake, Richard (Louisa A. Sherwin) 
Ch Alfred R., Lucy E., James E., 
Grace M., Allen H.; Jacksonville 
R7 Sec3 PctSl T1S Rll O47a T126a 
G. Johnson and F. Sharp (1863) 

Leake, Mrs. William Ch Mary E., 
Charles O.; Jacksonville R7 Sec2 
Pct60 T15 Rll O235a (1859) 

Lear, Edward (Nellie Brewer) Ch 
Ford, Elsie, George, Levina, Fay; 
Chapin R2 Sec5 Pct96 T15 R12 T40a 
John Hamilton (1907). 

Leek, Watson (Laura Leach) Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec26 Pct85 T15 Rll 
O82a (1873) 

Ledferd, J. W. (Katie Martin) Ch 
Viola, Mae, Ruth; Jacksonville R3 
SeclO Pct62 T15 RIO T190a Baker 
Est. (1893) 

Leischner, Mrs. J. H. Ch John, Paul, 
Eleonora; Arenzville R2 Sec8 Pct88 
T16 Rll O120a (1905) 

Lemon, H. H. (Alice Jones) Ch Elva, 
Eugene, Freda; Manchester Rl 
Sec22 Pct74 T13 Rll T180a Albert 
Lemon (1915) 

Lemons, John (Lucy Main) Ch Syl- 
via, 'Maude, Orrie, Bessie, John, 
Stephen; Alexander Rl Sec8 PctlO 
T14 R8 Farm Hand William Conk- 
lin (1907) 

Leonhard, David (Cornelia Hyde) Ch 
M. Imogene; Meredosia Rl Secll 
PctlOS T16 R13 T160a John Gala- 
way (1884) 

Leonhard, George A. (Reka Kunze- 

man) Ch Annie, Minnie, Lena, 

Katie, Elsie, Delia, Charles, David; 

Bluffs Rl Sec31 Pctl03 T16 R12 

O31^a (1877) 
Leonhard, Harry (Delia Beauchamp) 

Meredosia Rl Sec26 Pctl06 T16 R13 

O68a (1887) 
Leonhard, Henry (Kathryn Kunz- 

man Ch Albert H., Harry C.; Bluffs 

Rl Sec31 Pctl03 T16 R12 O98a 

(1875) 

Lewis, Charles H. (Golda Sheppard) 
Ch Freda, Elizabeth, Maryethel; 
Jacksonville R6 Sec36 -PctSO T15 
RIO T207a Mrs. A. Harmon (1880) 

Lewis, E. Clyde (Evalee Petefish) 
Prentice Rl Sec24 Pct41 T16 R9 
T130a T. B. O'Rear (1893) 

Lewis, George W. (Lillian Keltner) 
Sinclair Rl Secl4 Pct41 T16 R9 
T80a James Lewis (1876) 

Lewis, John (Lillie Harney) Wood- 
son Rl Sec21 Pct53 T14 RIO O580a 
(1875) 



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Lewis, Josephus (Lizzie Brown) Ch 
Homer L., Grover C. ; Ashland Rl 
SeclO Pct37 T16 R9 O207a (1865) 

Lewis, L. L. (Mabel Allan) Jackson- 
ville R2 Sec2 Pct76 T14 Rll T176a 
James Allan and H. Morthole 
(1884) 

Lewis, William (Margaret Ribelin) 
Ch Elsie, Ethe.1, George, Ernest, 
Margaret; Woodson Rl Secl3 Pct79 
T141 Rll O160a (1872) 

Liming, Isaac (Eva Gilliland) Ch 
Edna, Harry, Lucile, Earl, Francis, 
Ray, Andrew; Bluffs Rl Sec36 Pct34 
T16 R13 O120a TISOa Mrs. C. Au- 
gustine (1893) 

Lindsay, Joseph H. (Mary A. Smith) 
Ch William H., Arthur J., Hugh R., 
Edith P., Ward; Jacksonville R8 
Sec21 Pct69 T16 RIO O306a (1853) 

Lindsey, C. M. (Sarah West) Ch 
William, West, Lucrilla, Samuel 
Literberry Rl SeclS Pct38 T16 R9 
O78a 

Lindsey, N. W. (Lucinda Norman) 
Ch Goldie Ann, Emma May; Jack- 
sonville R6 Sec32 Pct34 T15 R9 
T120a Augusta Rufus (1877)'* 

Lindsey, William (Cora Beavers) Ch 
Hellen, Mabel, Lester, Floreca, 
Paulene, Ellis; Prentice Rl Sec31 
PctlS T16 R8 Farm Hand J. B. Car- 
inton (1903) 

Lippert, H. C. (Emma Banjan) Ch 
Clarence, Roy, Inez, Harry, Wil- 
liam, Flossie; Concord Rl SeclS 
Pct88 T16 Rll O420a (1866) 

Lisenbee, Joe (Goldie Briggs) Ch 
Arthur, Gladys, Irene; Alexander 
Alexander ( Sec36 Farm Hand (1915) 

Little, Earl (Mary Sandman) Ch 
Richard, Russell; Chapin R2 Sec8 
Pct98 T16 R12 T40a Mary Kortz 
(1915) 

Lockhart, John (Mary Malone) Ch 
George W., John, Dennis, Kate, 
Ellen, Bridget C., Peter J., Leo J.; 
Literberry Rl SecS Pct38 T16 R9 
O30a (1867) 

Lockman, Mrs. Johanna (Johanna 
O'Donnell) Ch John, Edward, 
Frank, Leo, Charles; Jacksonville 
R2 Secl2 Pct79 T14 Rll OlSSa 
(1860) 

Lonergan, C. E. (Alice Sheppard) Ch 
Mildred; Murrayville R4 Sec23 
Pct46 T13 RIO T40a M. Sheppard 
(1888) 

Lonergan, Edward (Susie McCabe) 
Ch Francis; Murrayville R3 Sec28 
Pct48 T13 RIO T163a Mary Masters 
(1894) 



Lonergan, Frank (Mary Corbett) Ch 
Alice, Mary; Murrayville R4 Sec23 
Pct46 T13 RIO T160a John Loner- 
gan (1869) 

Lonergan, James (Mary Sullivan) Ch 
Bridget, Nellie, Cornelius, Alice, 
Richard, Paul, Lena; Murrayville 
R4 Sec22 Pct48 T13 RIO O480a 
(1858) 

Lonergan, James C. (Frances Mur- 
phy) Ch Vincent; Woodson Rl 
Sec35 Pct56 T14 RIO T160a A. M 
Masters (1891) 

Lonergan, John (Mary Earley) Ch 
Alice, Catherine, Frank, James, Ed- 
ward, William, Mary, Martin, John, 
Margaret; Murrayville R4 Sec2 
Pct42 T13 RIO O304a (1859) 

Lonergan, J. J. (Maggie T. Welch) 
Ch Louis; Murrayville R4 Secl2 
Pct42 T13 RIO O160a (1874) 

Lonergan, Michael (Catherine Sulli- 
van) Ch Mamie, Maggie; Murray- 
ville R3 Sec29 Pct49 T13 RIO O120a 

Lonergan, Thomas (Nellie Marony) 
Ch Mary, Josie, Nora, Rosaline, 
Thomas; Murrayville R4 Secl2 
Pct42 T13 RIO O280a (1862) 

Long, Burton (Amelia Menge) Ch 
Bernice; Jacksonville R7 Sec9 
Pct83 T15 Rll T160a Milton Long 
(1878) 

Long, Charles D. (Onie Whaley) Ch 
Earnest, Rube; "Lone Oak Farm" 
Jacksonville R4 SeclS Pct87 T16 
Rll T95a Woman College Est. 
(1860) 

Long, Ernest (May Simons) Ch Les- 
lie; Murrayville R2 Sec28 Pct48 T13 
RIO T68a Fred Simpson (1917) 

Long, Frank (Bertie Ryman) Ch Ry- 
man; Prentice Rl Sec29 PctlS T16 
R8 T208a M. Walburn (1913) 

Long, Frank (Liddie Strubbe) Ch 
Dosie, Raymond, Minnie, Elmer, 
Fanny; Literberry Rl SecS Pct69 
T16 RIO T130a J. Canady (1902) 

Long, J. Everett Literberry Rl Sec24 
Pct70 T16 RIO O160a T160a Mrs. 
Hanna Long (1894) 

Long, Ross R. (Rachel Hartman) 
Chapin R3 SecS Pct83 T15 Rll 
O40a (1881) 

Long, Walter H. Ch Helen, Myron, 
Raymond, Harold, Gerald; Liter- 
berry Rl Sec24 Pct70 T16 RIO 
T160a Mrs. Hanna Long (1880) 

Loughary, Bert (Nina Smith) Arenz- 
ville R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 Rll T120a 
John Braner (1878) 



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Loughary, Martha Ch William, Lula, 
Susan, Bert, Sallie, Jess, Frank, 
Nellie; Arenzville R2 SeclS Pct87 
T16 Rll OlOOa (1851) 

Lovekamp, Albert (Ada Roegge) Ch 
Delmar; Meredosia Rl Secl3 
PctlOS T16 R13 T160a Henry Kors- 
meyer (1915) 

Lovekamp, Arthur (Elizabeth Schone) 
Ch'Erma K. H; Chapin R2 Secl2 
T16 R15 Farm Hand I. - Taylor 
(1917) 

Lovell, Alex (Catherine Myers) Ch 
Barbara, William, Nora, Nellie, 
Stella, Jessie; Murray ville See? 
Pct45 T13 RIO O84a (1882) 

Lloyd, Auscho (Murl Robert) Ch 
Alma I., William K.; Alexander Rl 
Sec6 PctlO T14 R8 Farm Hand C. 
A. Rowe (1903) 

Loyd, Clinton E. (Alta Guard) Ch 
Paul, Everett; Jacksonville Rl Sec23 
Pct85 T15 Rll Farm Hand Charles 
A. Rowe (1905) 

Luby, John (Annie Anderson) Ch 
Paul, Mari Caroline; New Berlin 
R31 Sec28 Pctl6 T15 R8 T700a W. 
Barr Brown (1870) 

Luby, Larry C. (Grace Hill) New 
Berlin R31 Sec28 Pctl6 T15 R8 
T700a W. Barr Brown (1877) 

Luby, William (Laura Baker) Ch 
Mary Kathleen, William, Ralph; 
New Berlin R31 Sec28 Pctl6 T15 
R8 T180a Barr Brown (1905) 

Luckeman, Earl (Bertha Wood) Ch 
Helen; Jacksonville R6 SeclS Pct63 
T15 RIO T250a M. A. Hulett (1881) 

Luckeman, Lloyd (Josephine Pres- 
ton) Jacksonville R3 Secl4 Pct63 
T15 RIO O80a (1880) 

Ludwig, William (Anna Ludwig) Ch 
Josephine, Lizzie, Fred, John, Mary, 
Katie, Antoinnette, Annie, Alice; 
Alexander Rl Sec8 PctlO T14 R8 
080a (1871) 



Ludwig, William (Margaret Johnson) 
Ch Earl W.; Alexander Rl SecS 
PctlO T14 R8 TlOSa Mrs. B. Lud- 
wig (1895) 

Lukeman, Albert L. (Claire Rein- 
bach) Ch Elsie, Eloise, Albert Jr., 
Pauline; Franklin R3 Secl2 Pct25 
T14 R9 T80a John J. Lukeman 
(1881) 

Lukeman, Henry V. (Olive Vollmer) 
Ch Margaret; Franklin R3 Sec7 
PctlO T14 R8 T135a John J. Luke- 
man (1907) 

Lukeman, John J. (Mary E. Fellers) 
Ch Anna, Henry V., Albert L., 
George A., Clarence, Adelaide, 
Dorothy, Carl, Elmer J.; Waverly 
Rl Secl7 Pctll T14 R8 O470a (1852) 

Lukemier, John Franklin R3 Sec9 
Pct26 T14 R9 O19a (1870) 

Luken, C. A. (Lydia Hunning) Ch 
Viola B., Gilbert C.; Alexander Rl 
Sec9 Pct27 T14 R8 O80a (1883) 

Luken, Otto (Clara Horn) Alexander 
Rl Sec9 Pct27 T14 R8 O80a (1891) 

Luster, J. Alvin (Bettie Hamilton) 
Ch Nina, Fannie, Troy, Robert, 
James, Manning; Jacksonville R6 
Sec28 Pctll T15 R9 T120a A. J. 
Boston (1910) 

Luttrell, Mrs. Eliza A. Franklin R2 
Seel Pctl9 T13 R9 O240a (1841) 

Luttrell, Sherman (Lois K. Peak) Ch 
Rovia M., Delia L., Arno A.; 
"Clover Leaf Farm" Waverly Rl 
Sec33 Pctl3 T14 R8 O80a (1866) 

Luttrell, W. M. (Mary A. Ritter) Ch 
Paul, Wilma, Fern, Glenn; Waver- 
ly Rl Sec35 Pctll4 T14 R8 T80a 
G. L. Ritter (1887) 

Lyles, Harrison (Florence , Mullen) 
Ch Gladys B.; Arenzville R2 Sec2 
T16 Rll Farm Hand John Rus- 
winkel (1890) 

Lyons, Robert (Emma Culberson) 
Ch Thomas, Myrtle, Bertha, Lola, 
Clara, Orin, Naomi; Waverly R3 
Sec25 Pct24 T13 R9 OlSa T40a 
(1866) 



M 



Maddox, Peter (Mattie Dunavan) Ch 
Newton, Harry, Warren, Frank, 
Helen, Thomas, Edward; Jackson- 
ville R6 Secl2 Pct59 T15 RIO T164a 
C. W. Cully (1866) 

Magill, Charles S. Jacksonville R6 
Sec30 Pct34 T15 R9 T160a John 
Holley (1869) 



Magill, Katherine (Katherine Wag- 
goner) Ch Owen, Charles, Alice 
Couchman, Lloyd; Jacksonville R6 
Sec31 Pct34 T15 R9 (1890) 

Magill, Lloyd (Annie Watson) Ch 
Katherine; Jacksonville R6 Sec31 
Pct34 T15 R9 T80a C. E. Magill 
(1860) 



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Mahon, James F. (Stella Shuff) Sin- 
clair Rl Sec34 Pct40 T16 R9 O360a 
(1861) 

Mahon, Mary, and Sisters Sinclair 
Sec32 Pct39 T16 R9 O237a (1860) 

Maier, George Ch Julia, Emma, Lilly; 
Jacksonville R4 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO 
O40a (1866) 

Mains, Frank (Eva Cox) Bluffs Rl 
Sec30 Pctl06 T16 R13 Farm Hand 
C. Hyde (1915) 

Mallicoat, Edward (Dott Lisinbee) 
Ch Mabel L., Raymond; Arenzville 
R2 Secll Pct89 T16 Rll O160a 
(1885) 

Mallicot, James (Catherine Long) Ch 
Charles, Manda, William, Nellie, 
James, Howard, Nina, Herman, 
Velma, Ruth; Arenzville R2 SeclO 
Pet 87 T16 Rll O40a (1867) 

Maloney, John (Alice Burns) Ch Lor- 
etta, Margaret, Francis, Robert, 
Hilda, Lena, Leonard; Roodhouse 
R2 Sec32 Pct49 T13 RIO O160a 
(1878) 

Maltby, John (Emma Tucker) Ch 
Grace, Wayne, Fred, Cora B., Nel- 
lie B.; Chapin R3 SecS Pct96 T15 
Rll Farm Hand Edward Joy (1898) 

Mandeville, J. Thomas (Irene O'Con- 
nell) Ch Joseph; Woodson Rl Secl9 
Pct52 T14 RIO T147a Julia A. 
Mandeville (1899) 

Mandeville, Louie L. Orleans Sec23 
Pct35 T15 R9 T112a Job. Coats 
(1888) 

Mansfield, Rufus M. (Essie Whitmay) 
Ch Hellen, Guy, Edith, Thelma, 
Wayne, Norman; Waverly R2 Secl9 
Pct3 T13 R8 T160a Barnard Hop- 
enger (1884) 

Marshall, A. Wesley (Grace Ranson) 
Ch Alvin; Markham Secl6 Pct83 
T15 Rll T78a Marshall Est. (1874) 

Marshall, R. B. (Daisy Black) Ch 
Ellsworth; Markham Secl6 Pct83 
T15 Rll Ola (1881) 

Martin, Charles (Alma Blakeman) Ch 
Alice; Murrayville R2 Secl3 Pct73 
T13 Rll Farm Hand John C. An- 
ders (1910) 

Martin, Clyde (Myrtle Swain) Ch C. 
Eugene; Sinclair Rl Sec32 Pct39 
T16 R9 O90a (1890) 

Martin, Heye (Pheobe McCready) Ch 
Burt; Waverly R2 Sec30 PctllS 
T13 R8 OlOOa (1886) 

Martin, John H. (Maud Liter) Ch 
George W.; Sinclair Rl Sec30 Pct39 
T16 R9 OHO (1884) 



Martin, J. H. Jacksonville R4 Sec3 
Pct60 T15 RIO O51a (1862) 

Martin, J. M. (Margaret Dooling) Ch 
Gertrude, Mary, Martin, William, 
Lloyd, Philip, John; Alexander Rl 
Sec32 Pct64 T15 RIO T160a E. C. 
Carter (1902) 

Martin, M. H. (Folka Ubben) Ch 
Anna, Heye, Henry, Rosella; Wav- 
erly R2 Sec29 Pct8 T13 R8 O80a 
(1882) 

Martin, T. P. Ch Murray, Elizabeth; 
Jacksonville R4 Sec3 Pct60 T15 
RIO OSla (1870) 

Maschmier, Henry (Minnie Fricke) 
Ch William H.; Arenzville Rl Sec6 
PctlOO T16 R12 Farm Hand H. 
Fricke (1917) 

Masley, William (Lula Stevenson) 
Ch Avaneil, Cecil; Prentice Rl 
Sec36 Pct41 T16.R8 T140a J. Dun- 
lap (1910) 

Mason, George (Clara Beavers) Ch 
Mary J., William T., James B.; 
Franklin Rl SecS Pct22 T13 R9 
O42a (1870) 

Mason, George (Mary Sooy) Ch 
William, Margaret; Murrayville R4 
Secll Pct42 T13 RIO O80a (1880) 

Mason, Otis I (Annie Hughes) "Ma- 
ple Heights Farm" Jacksonville R6 
Sec29 Pct34 T15 R9 T196a R. S. 
Hamilton (1889) 

Mason, Thomas (Luella Steele) Ch 
Edna, Ida, Harry, Russell, Bernard; 
Murrayville R4 Secl4 Pct46 T13 RIO 
O80a (1868) 

Mason, Wall (Clara Daniels) Ch 
Bertha, Marie, Everett, Letha, 
Floyd, Clyde, Raymond; "Maple- 
view Farm" Jacksonville R4 Secl3 
Pct89 T16 Rll O120a (1894) 

Mason, William (Mae Stevens) Ch 
Bessie, Allen, Alice; Woodson Rl 
SeclO PctSO T14 RIO Farm Hand 
Mrs. Anne Ranson (1887) 

Massey, A. L. (Mattie Williams) 
Ch Carl, Irene; Jacksonville R2 
Sec25 Pct85 T15 Rll TlOOa John 
Moxson (1865) 

Massey, E. F. (Elizaheth Willerton) 
Ch Jeannette, Walter, Stella, Lloyd, 
Orval, Alfred; Jacksonville R5 Sec33 
Pct64 T15 RIO O31a (1872) 

Massey, H. C. (Anna Williner) Ch 
Raymond, Freda, Grace, Homer, 
Frederick, Hazel, Helen, Harry; 
Jacksonville R5 Sec32 Pct64 T15 
RIO O32a (1883) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Massey, JH. H. (Jennie Hunt) Ch 
Stella, Charles, Irene, Mary; "Dia- 
mond Grove Stock Farm" Jackson- 
ville R2 Sec2S Pct85 T15 Rll Sec31 
Pct86 T15 Rll O80a (1849) 

Masters, Mrs. Fannie Ch Albert, 
Gracie, Oran; Waverly R2 Sec35 
Pct7 T13 R8 Resident G. L. Mas- 
ters 

Masters, F. M., (Emma Jordan) Ch 
James, Jessie, Helen, Ethel, Joyce, 
Fannie, Fred; Winchester R3 Secl-6 
Pct78 T14 Rll T240a Allison 
Thomason (1859) 

Masters, G. L. (Sarah J. Conlie) Ch 
Joseph, William, Albert, Mary; 
Waverly R2 Sec3S Pct7 T13 R8 
O175a (1838) 

Masters, W. E. (Lucile Gray) Ch 
Edith, Arden; Murray ville Rl Secl2 
Pct73 T13 Rll O60a (1887) 

Masters, W. J. (Lucinda W. Morris) 
Ch Ella, William, Erne, Gilbert; 
Franklin R3 SeclO Pct26 T14 R9 
O79a (1837) 

Mathers, Thomas R. (Sarah E. Ward) 
Ch Ollie, Fletcher W.; Chapin Rl 
SecS Pct96 T15 R12 O69a (1863) 

Mathews, M. O. (Ellen F. Fairbank) 
Ch Mabel; Concord Rl Sec32 Pct93 
T16 Rll O180a (1875) 

Mathews, Nutin Ch Susan, George, 
Ella, Maggie; Arenzville Rl SecS 
Pct98 T16 R12 O50a (1847) 

Mathews, Terry (Effie Whitaker) Ch 
Glenard, Orville, Emmett; Jackson- 
ville R6 Sec29 Pct34 T15 R9 Farm 
Hand R. S. Hamilton (1912) 

Matthews, John F. (Jennie Mayes) 
Ch Bertha, Erva, Beulah, Orie, 
Frank, John, Eva; Meredosia Rl 
Sec4 Pct98 T16 R12 O96a (1915) 

Mau, William (Kate Raps) Ch Ray- 
mond, Elwill; Prentice Rl SecS 
Pctl7 T16 R8 O208a (1876) 

Mawson, F. L. (Stella Massey) Ch 
Bernice, Pauline; "Cedarhurst 
Farm" Jacksonville R2 Sec25 Pct85 
T15 Rll T70a J. R. Mawson (1876) 

Mawson, Roy (Maie Hildreth) Ch 
Mildred; Jacksonville R2 Sec30 
Pct64 T15 RIO T70a J. R. Mawson 
(1885) 

Mawson, R. D. (Minnie Shumaker) 
Ch Georgia, Harold, Margaret; 
Murrayville R3 SeclS Pct45 T13 
RIO T240a J. R. Mawson (1875) 

Mayes, J. J. (Harriet Rich) Ch Mandy, 
Lou, Cora, Nanny, Mary, Rillie, 
Harley; Jacksonville R5 Secl9 PctSS 
T14 R9 T200a J. Coats (1900) 



McAllister, Clyde (Katie Leonhard) 
Meredosia Rl Secl3 PctlOO T16 R12 
T120a Robert McAllister (1889) 

McAllister, T. B. (Lottie Hyde) Ch 
Myrle, Glen; Meredosia Secl3 
PctlOS T16 R13 T160a H. McAllister 
(1875) 

McCabe, Peter (Abbie Koyne) Ch 
Anthony; "Shady Nook Farm" Mur- 
rayville Rl Seel Pct73 T13 Rll 
O120a (1907) 

McCann, Henry H. (Ida K. Alexan- 
der) Ch Guy, Gladys, Muriel, Opal, 
Minnie, Clara; Franklin R2 Sec21 
Pct23 T13 R9 O60a (1877) 

McCann, Ray (Agnes Jones) Liter- 
berry Rl Secl2 Pct66 T16 RIO Farm 
Hand W. H. Crum (1916) 

McCarthy, D. Waverly Rl Secl6 
Pctl2 T14 R8 OlOOla (1875) 

McCarthy, George (Myrtle McNeal) 
Ch Florence, Rosa, John; Sinclair 
Rl Sec34 Prt40 T16 R9 Farm Hand 
B. F. Brown (1906) 

McCarty, Catherine Ch Edward, 
John; Ashland Rl Sec4 Pct37 T16 
R9 O80a (1860) 

McCarty, Catherine Alexander Rl 
Sec32 Pctl6 T15 R8 TlOa Daniel 
McCarty (1882) 

McCarty, Daniel Alexander Rl Sec32 
Pctl6 T15 R8 T80a W. T. McCarty 
(1882) 

McClean, Jess (Janie Sevier) Waverly 
R2 Sec35 Pct7 T13 R8 T90a John 
Miller (1905) 

McCormack, Ralph W. (Nettie Cauth- 
ers) Ch Bernice; "Forest Valley" 
Waverly Secl4 PctS T13 R8 O82a 
(1874) 

McCormick, J. L. (Linnie Smith) Ch 
William, Robert, Louis; Jackson- 
ville R5 Secl9 PctSS T14 R9 T163a 
William McCormick (1885) 

McCracken, Hosea (Ettie Lambert) 
Ch Bessie, Mary, Nellie, Earl, Low- 
ell, Eva; Waverly R2 Sec34 Pct7 
T13 R8 O65a (1860) 

McCrady, Edward (Laura Tabb) Ch 
Phela, Marwin, Walter, Catherine, 
Verna; Waverly R3 Secl6 Pct4 T13 
R8 T40a John Deatherage (1904) 

McCurley, Amos E. (Mollie Henry) 
Ch William D., Linnie Louise*, 
Franklin Rl Sec31 Pct26 T14 R9 
T200a M. Black (1893) 

McCurley, Frank E. (Mae Gallagher) 
Ch James E.; Woodson Rl Sec26 
Pct56 T14 RIO T80a James R. Bax- 
ter (1892) 



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McCurley, William E. (Linnie Meg- 
ginson) Ch Frank, Amos, Mabel, 
Stella; Murrayville Rl Sec4 Pct43 
T13 RIO T300a J. Flynn and J. 
Gougherty (1870) 

McDannald, Peter (Iva McDannald) 
Ch Irene, Carlos, Argretta, Curtis, 
Tarance; Concord Rl Sec32 Pct93 
T16 Rll Farm Hand M. O. 
Mathew (1916) 

McDannald, Thomas W. (Sarah A. 
Sarratt) Ch Miranda, Iva J., Lester 
W., Jessie L., Randolph O.; Con- 
cord Rl Sec32 Pct93 T16 Rll Farm 
Hand M. O. Mathews (1896) 

McDevitt, S. H. (Grace Rawlings) Ch 
Dorothy L., Harold W. ; Franklin 
Rl Sec22 Pct30 T14 R9 OWOa 
(1898) 

McDonald, Charles (Kathryn Pete- 
fish) Ch Farrell K.; Jacksonville R8 
Sec23 Pct70 T16 RIO T194a O. Pete- 
fish (1892) 

McDonald, John A. Ch Anna, Kath- 
erine; Jacksonville R8 Sec2 Pct59 
T15 RIO OlOOa (1899) 

McDonald, John W. (Frances Reid) 
Ch Nettie, Hettie, Pearl, John, 
Delia, William; Jacksonville R8 
Sec3 Pct60 T15 RIO O54a (1856) 

McDonald, Stephen (Ida Berry) Ch 
Mabel, Bernice, Ruby; Jacksonville 
R7 Seel PctSl T15 Rll Farm Hand 
L. S. Doane (1898) 

McFadden, Guy (Cora Vallery) Ch 
Francis; Jacksonville R4 Secl2 
Pct89 T16 Rll TISOa (1882) 

McFadden, John (Mary Turley) Ch 
Guy, Howard; Jacksonville R4 Secl2 
Pct89 T16 Rll O190a (1855) 

McFadden, W. M. (May McFadden, 
Sister) Arenzville R2 Secll Pct89 
T16 Rll O40a (1885) . 

McFarland, Alonzo W. (Grace Kil- 
lam) Ch Albert D.; Jacksonville 
Rl Sec20 Pct83 T15 Rll O80a 
(1868) 

McFillen, J. C. (Alice K. Murry) Ch 
Edna; "County Home" Jacksonville 
R7 Seel PctSl T15 Rll Superin- 
tendent County Farm (1849) 

McGee, Cecil (Luella Werning) Jack- 
sonville R8 Sec23 Pct70 T16 RIO 
T120a Irvin Patterson (1917) 

McGee, H. H. (Clara Sheppard) Jack- 
sonville R2 Sec32 Pct64 T15 RIO 
O165a (1893) 

McGinis, Thomas (Elizabeth Arthur) 
Ch Mary A., James E., Margaret, 
Anna B., Catheryn, Sherman, Helen 
H.; Arenzville Rl Sec6 Pct98 T16 
R12 T308a Eli Harshman (1861) 



McGinn, Charles (Clara Brown) Ch 
Florence, Raymond, Herold, Les- 
ter; Waverly R2 Sec24 PctS T13 
R8 O240a (1902) 

McGrath, Catherine Ch Margaret, 
William, Thomas, James, Michael, 
Mary, George, Francis, Edward; 
Murrayville R3 Sec21 Pct48 T13 
RIO O80a (1864) 

McKean, George H. (Bessie Reed) 
Ch William R.; Woodson Rl Sec26 
Pct56 T14 RIO T80a Mrs. F. Mc- 
Kean (1886) 

McKean, W. E. (Annie Mason) Ch 
Howard, Daisy, Alma, Mary, Allen, 
Jessie, Alice, Samuel; Murrayville 
R3 Secl9 Pct49 T13 RIO TlOOa J. 
W. Craig (1870) 

McKinney, A. B. (Elizabeth Campbell) 
Ch Roy, Emma, Nanna, Sallie, 
Beatrice; Winchester R5 Sec31 
Pct86 T15 Rll O217a (1882) 

McKinney, Ratio S. (Mrs. Ford Saun- 
derson, Housekeeper) "Oak Crest 
Farm" Chapin R3 Sec7-8 Pct96 T15 
Rll O240a (1888) 

McKinney, Roy B. (Anna Scott) Ch 
Ella; "Fairview Farm" Winchester 
R5 Sec31 Pct86 T15 Rll TISOa A. 
B. McKinney, Mrs. F. S. Headen 
and Mrs. E. G. Smith (1883) 

McLamar, Charles (Sarah Rawlings) 
Ch Vernon, Ruth, Orval; Franklin 
Rl Sec32 Pct28 T14 R9 O280a 
(1876) 

McLane, Joe (Roxie Coffey) Ch 
Esther; Jacksonville R4 Sec34 Pct71 
T16 RIO Farm Hand Charles S. 
Back (1917) 

McMahan, Mrs. Almyra Ch George, 
Isaz, Lemuel; Waverly R3 SeclS 
Pct4 T13 R8 OlSOa (1824) 

McMahan, George (Mary Reynolds) 
Ch Ethel, Wayne; Waverly R3 
Secl6 Pct4 T13 R8 O240a (1860) 

McMahon, Mrs. Iven (Foster) Ch 
Ollie, Lizzie, Martin, Lillie, Fannie, 
John, Julia; Waverly R2 Sec26 
Pct7 T13 R8 T30a James Ward 
(1878) 

McNay, James (Juliette Ethel) Chapin 
Rl Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 Tla L. Cal- 
loway (1877) 

McNeely, Edward (Lanta Lutz) Ch 
Olive L.; Franklin R2 Secl7 Pct22 
T13 R9 T105a T. Oxley (1912) 

McNeely, George (Margaret Fanning) 
Ch James, Jasper, Gussie E., Bert; 
Murrayville R3 Sec31 PctllS T13 
R9 O70a (1849) 



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McNeely, James H. (Molly Seymour) 
Ch Pernell, Enneth, Retha, Law- 
rence; Franklin R2 Sec34 Pct23 T13 
R9 T216a E. C. Meiher (1887) 

McPhail, Eugene E. (Mary Parker) 
Ch Maud, Eugenia, Alta, Russell, 
Martha; "Fern Dale Dairy Farm" 
Jacksonville R4 Sec8 Pct61 T15 RIO 
O80a (1898) 

McPherson, Dorsey (Dora B. Aired) 
Ch Paul, Joyce; Murray ville R3 
Sec20 Pct48 T13 RIO T80a S. W. 
Nichols (1890) 

Means, Lester (Jessie Townsley) Ch 
Dorotha; Ashland Rl SeclS Pct37 
T16 R9 Farm Hand George Naulty 
(1892) 

Means, Marion C. (Elizabeth Bock- 
ing) Ch Howard, Russell, William, 
Emily; Sinclair Rl Sec23 Pct41 T16 
R9 O80a (1884) 

Medlock, G. M. (Ella True) Ch May, 
Pearl, John; Jacksonville Sec9 Pct62 
T15 RIO Farm Hand S. Baldwin 
(1917) 

Megginson, A. H. (Ethel Coultas) 
Jacksonville R2 Sec3 Pct76 T14 Rll 
O206a (1876) 

Megginson, George T. (Agnes Tay- 
lor) Woodson Rl Sec3S PctS6 T14 
RIO T80a William Megginson (1890) 

Megginson, L. B. Jacksonville R2 
Sec34 T15 Rll O220a (1872) 

Megginson, Ralph W. Ch Olive, Ada, 
Fannie, Joseph, Minnie, George, 
Agnes, Ralph, William; Woodson 
Rl Sec22 Pct54 T14 RIO O186a 
(1856) 

Mellor, James (Blossom Combs) Ch 
Lucile; Murray ville R2 Sec26 Pct75 
T13 Rll T80a Hy Combs (1881) 

Menge, William (Edith Buck) Ch 
Raymond; Jacksonville R7 Sec2 
PctSl T15 Rll T136a William 
Roegge (1914) 

Meyer, Adolph (Nellie Crawford) Ch 
Homer, Howard; New Berlin R31 
Sec28 Pctl6 T15 R8 T300a Ed 
Brown (1880) 

Meyer, Charles (Minnie Sanders) Ch 
Elizabeth, Barbara, Katherine Jos- 
eph, Mignon, "Hickory Grove Stock 
Farm" Concord SeclS Pct88 T16 
Rll O310a (1882) 

Meyer, Fred (Minnie Boehs) Ch 
Henry, Fred, Mamie, Minnie, Lena, 
John, Emma, Anna, Eda; Chapin 
Rl Seel Pct97 T16 R12 T40a Fred 
Menheuser (1881) 



Meyer, Henry C. (Anna Engelbrecht) 
Ch Clara, Ester, Elmer, Clarence; 
"Crystal Springs Farm" Jackson- 
ville R7 Sec3 PctSl T15 Rll O78a 
(1896) 

Meyer, Henry J. (Tillie Rausch) Ch 
Francis E., Louise E., Orville H.; 
Bluffs R2 Sec31 Pctl03 T16 R12 
T80a A. Meyer (1882) 

Meyer, John H. (Bertha Kingston) 
Ch Lorna, Dorothy, Emil; Arenz- 
ville R2 SecS Pct8 T16 Rll T52a 
J. Beeley (1917) 

Meyer, Louis C. (Allie Young) Ch 
Helen, Mary, Dolores, Charles; 
Jacksonville R7 Sec3 PctSl T15 Rll 
O120a (1881) 

Meyer, Louis F. (Etta Kingston) Ch 
Elda, Olga, Wilber; Arenzville R2 
Sec3 T16 Rll T200a W. Neihaus 
(1913) 

Middendorf, Louis (Norina Nortrup) 
Ch Wilber, Milburn; Jacksonville 
R6 Sec26 Pct63 T1S RIO O120a 
(1913) 

Middleton, Charles G. (Mary R. Riley) 
Ch Louise, Mildred; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec28 Pct86 T15 Rll O125a T125a 
Mrs. Lizzie Lazenby and William 
G. Richardson (1913) 

Middleton, H. (Margaret Allan) Ch 
Clara, Ollie, Grace, Bes,sie, Sarah, 
Robert H.; Jacksonville R2 SeclO 
Pct76 T14 Rll O357a (1848) 

Miller, Alexander (Geneva E. Powell) 
Ch Cortland, Grace Whitlock, 
Myron A.; Franklin R3 Sec36 PctlS 
T15 R9 T160a Antony Frank (1878) 

Miller, Don C. (Ethel Rawson) Wav- 
erly R3 Sec20 Pct3 T13 R8 TSOa 
William Miller (1889) 

Miller, James A. (Lillie A. Layel) Ch 
Roy, Beulah, Mary; Concord Rl 
Sec21 Pct91 T16 Rll Farm Hand 
Alva Rexroat (1913) 

Miller, James M. (Low Sands) Ch 
John, Bertha, Maude, Marie; Wav- 
erly R2 Sec21 Pct4 T13 R8 O156a 
(1861) 

Miller, John (Nellie Edwards) Ch 
Russell, Frona; Murrayville R3 
Secl9 Pct22 T13 R9 T160a Susan 
McLamar (1871) 

Miller, Myron A. (Florence Mc- 
Carthy) Ch Madeline, Merton; 
Franklin R3 Sec36 PctlS T15 R9 
T160a Anthony Frank (1893) 

Miller, William M. (Harriet Sevier) 
Ch Frank, May, Clarence, Bertha, 
Gertrude, Oscar; Waverly R3 Sec20 
Pct3 T13 R8 O184a (1857) 



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Milliken, C. H. (Minnie Burns) Win- 
chester R5 Sec6 Pct77 T14 Rll 
T360a H. C. and W. E. Coultas 
(1913) 

Million, J. E. (Elsie Allan) Ch Law- 
rence, Dorothy, Harold, Howard, 
Gladys, Alfred; Jacksonville R2 
Sec4 Pct77 T14 Rll T153a George 
Middleton (1885) 

Million, J. W. Ch Emma, May, Le- 
titia, Clinton; Murrayville R3 Secl7 
Pct45 T13 RIO OlOOa T20a C. B. 
Clarkson (1848) 

Mills, L. P. (Nannie Mitchell) Ch 
Dortha; Murrayville R2 Sec33 
Pct48 T13 RIO T60a Martha Story 
(1911) 

Mills, Sam (Elizabeth Deaton) Ch 
Delia, Edgar, Anna, Lawrence, 
Irene; Jacksonville R5 Sec6 Pct27 
T14 R9 T187a Kennedy Est. (1870) 

Mitchell, Reuben (Mary Ellen Lyth- 
ell) Ch Ruby, Marie, Willma, Ellen; 
Waverly R2 Sec25 Pct6 T13 R8 
O160a (1909) 

Miner, Albert Ch John R., Mary, Ray- 
mond, Sarah, Helen; Waverly R3 
Secl7 Pct3 T13 R8 T130a John 
Jones (1865) 

Miner, Henry (Ethel Dixon) Waverly 
R2 Sec9 Pct2 T13 R8 T80a W. H. 
Miner 

Miner, W. F. (Florence Wadkins) Ch 
Ethel, Henry, Snodie, Lewis; Wav- 
erly R3 SeclO Pct2 T13 R8 O240a 
(1848) 

Moeller, J. Fred (Carrie Luken) Or- 
leans Sec22 Pct35 T15 R9 T206a 
W. H. Luken (1878) 

Moodey, John Ch Elmer, Keat; Jack- 
sonville R8 Sec36 Pct70 T16 RIO 
T260a Allison Est. (1862) 

Moody, Elmer (Carrie McMillan) Ch 
Loren R.; Jacksonville R8 Sec36 
Pct70 T16 RIO T300a Will Allison 
(1910) 

Moody, U. G. (Annie Hogan) Ch 
Edna, John E., Anna; Sinclair Rl 
Sec34 Pct40 T16 R9 Farm Hand 
James Mahon (1864) 
Moore, Hardin (Jessie Allen) Ch 
Lloyd, Florine, Marguerite, Floyd, 
June E. ; Jacksonville R5 Sec24 
Pct55 T14 RIO Farm Hand Harry 
Potter (1906) 

Moore, Oliver (May Long) Ashland 
Rl Secl3 Pct41 T16 R9 Farm Hand 
Ray Robinson (1915) 
Morley, Pat (Elizabeth Shopmeier) 
Ch Mary, William, Frances; Alex- 
ander Rl Sec20 Pctl6 T15 R8 T344a 
Susie Sweet (1864) 



Morris, Andrew J. (Nancy Ann Hill) 
Ch Edmond, Milton; Franklin R2 
SeclS Pct20 T13 R9 T12a Charles 
Ransey (1844) 

Morris, Homer A. (Beatrice McKin- 
ney) Jacksonville R2 Sec33 Pct86 
T1S Rll T160a Mayfield Est. (1917) 

Morrison, Jesse B. (Olive Rahn) Con- 
corn Rl Secl9 Pctl02 T16 R12 
TISOa T. T. Morrison (1879) 

Morrison, Thomas L. (Mary I. Camp- 
bell) Ch Jessie B.; Concord Rl 
Secl9 Pctl02 T16 R12 TISOa (1855) 

Morthole, Barney (Elizabeth Tepe) 
Ch Henry, Edward, William; Chapin 
R2 Sec8 Pct98 T16 R12 T108a Henry 
Hamilton (1862) 

Mortimer, William (Sarah A. Raw- 
lings) Ch Cora, Carrie, Hattie, Earl, 
Eva; Woodson Rl Sec25 Pct56 T14 
RIO O160a (1868) 

Mosely, G. M. (Margaret A. Dunlap) 
Ch Bertha, John H.; Franklin R3 
SeclO PctSO T14 RIO O39a Secl4 
Pct54 T85a Wood Est. (1891) 

Mosley, John C. (Mollie Brooks) Ch 
Lawrence, Amos, Hobert, Pearl, 
Nellie; Sinclair Rl Sec34 Pct40 T16 
R9 Farm Hand James Mahon (1897) 

Mosley, W. H. (Mary E. Johnson) Ch 
George M., John C, Nancy, Flor- 
ence, William, Lillie, Charles, 
James, 'Bessie, Lloyd, Lucinda, Al- 
bert, Gilbert; Franklin R3 SeclS 
Pct26 T14 R9 O700a (1890) 

Moss, John A. (Julia Blimling) Ch 
Tillie, Lloyd, Ollie; Chapin R3 
Sec35 Pct90 T16 Rll O260a (1857) 

Moss, J. A. Jr., (Grace Leake) Jack- 
sonville R7 Sec8 Pct61 T15 RIO 
T40a Smith Est. (1882) 

Moss, Lloyd (Edna L. Reid) Ch 
Roberta, Marie; "Walnut Grove 
Stock Farm" Chapin R3 Sec35 
Pctl04 T16 Rll T204a John A. Moss 
(1889) 

Moss, Robert (Sarah Liles) Ch Ida, 
Newton, John, Nettie, Grover; 
Jacksonville R4 Sec32 Pct72 T16 
RIO T90a Ida Farmer (1844) 

Moss, William (Nina Kennedy) Mere- 
dosia Rl Sec23 Pctl07 T16 R13 
TISOa M. Bowen (1872) 
Motley, Elmer (Maud Sims) Ch 
Francis; Waverly R2 Sec36 Pct6 
T13 R8 Farm Hand W. H. Rohe- 
(1915) 

Moulton, William (Laura Lynn) CK 
Lynn, Guy; Waverly R3 Secl7 Pct3 
T13 R8 O200a 



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Moy, Daniel (Ella Bacon) Ch Fran- 
ces B., Edward, Audrey N.; Jack- 
sonville R3 Secl4 Pct63 T15 RIO 
T225a A. J. Bacon (1867) 

Mulch, William (Agnes Vanstone) 
Ch Bernice, Corinna; Jacksonville 
R2 Sec9 Pct76 T14 Rll OlOOa 
(1890) 

Muntman, Mrs. Elizabeth (Elizabeth 
Moore) Ch Sarah E., William A., 
Annie M., Levi T., John F., Charles 
H.; Meredosia Rl Sec25 PctlO? T16 
R13 O40a (1836) 

Muntman, Henry (Trmea Rolfs) Ch 
Kermit A.; Meredosia Rl Sec25 
Pctl07 T16 R13 O52a (1872) 

Muntman, John F. (Louise Ommen) 
Ch Ruth E.; Meredosia Rl Sec25 
Pctl07 T16 R13 O52a T52a C. H. 
Muntman (1869) 

Muntman, - Levi T. (Elizabeth Russ- 
winkle) Ch Fred, Thomas, Virgil; 
Bluffs Rl Sec30 Pctl02 T16 R12 
O85a (1867) 

Murgatroyd, John (Kate Willerton) 
Ch Shirley, Elmer, Tom, Helen, 
Arthur, Elsie; Jacksonville R4 SecS 
Pct61 T15 RIO T60a Mrs. DeOrnel- 
las (1879) 

Murgatroyd, Sarah (Sarah Laylalk) 
Ch William, Anna, Dennis, John; 
Jacksonville R8 SecS Pct61 T15 RIO 
O96a (1837) 

Murgatroyd, W. T. Ch Kathleen, 
Frances, Louis, Clarabelle; Jack- 
sonville R8 Secll Pct59 T15 RIO 
T70a T. Martin (1866) 



Murphy, Patrick (Mary Kenny) Ch 
Mamie A., Sadie C., Martin B.; 
Alexander Rl SecS PctlO T14 R8 
T240a Kenny Est. (1887) 

Murphy, Thomas (Etta Rexroat) Ch 
Bernice, Esther, Kenneth, Dale, 
Aileen; Concord Rl Sec29 Pct92 T16 
Rll OlOOa 

Murphy, Tim (Hannah Reardon) Ch 
Eugene, Timothy, Margaret, Mary, 
Philomena; Murrayville Rl Sec35 
Pct56 T14 Rll O120a (1903) 

Musch, Henry (Ida Dahman) Ch 
John; Concord Rl Secl4 School 
DistlOO T16 R12 T230a John Musch 
(1887) 

Musch, John (Mary Wegehoft) Ch 
Dena, Henry, George, Alfred, 
Irena; Arenzville SeclO PctlOO T16 
R12 O880a (1860) 

Mutch, J. T. (Frances Jackson) Ch 
Robert, Floyd, Orville, Dewey, 
Alma; Murrayville R3 Sec22 Pct48 
T13 RIO O160a (1894) 

Mutch, Orville (Beulah Kettner) 
Murrayville R4 Sec24 Pct46 T13 RIO 
T121a J. T. Mutch (1897) 

Myers, Charles Allen (Myral Brown) 
Ch James G., A. Eugene; Sinclair 
Rl Sec24 Pct41 T16 R9 O20a (1885) 

Myers, James M. (Rosa M. Tarzwell) 
Ch Dean, William, Margaret; Mur- 
rayville R2 Secl4 Pct74 T13 Rll 
T360a A. M. Masters (1897) 

Myers, John Ch Sarah A., Fred T., 
Mary E., George W., John R.; Jack- 
sonville R5 SecS Pct27 T14 R9 O40a 
(1868) 



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Nail, Charles H. (Mary Robinson) Ch 
Emma, Effie, Albert, Milton, Lizzie, 
Mazie; Prentice Rl Secl9 PctlS T16 
R8 O200a (1887) 

Narr, E. M. (Elizabeth Parkin) Ch 
Dorothy, Mary; Waverly Rl Sec34 
PctlS T14 R8 T122a (1874) 

Narr, Henry Ch Edward M.; Waverly 
Rl Sec34 PctlS T14 R8 O122a 
(1864) 

Naylor, Henry (Delia Deppe) Ch 
Thomas, Herbert; Arenzville Rl 
Sec4 Pct98 T16 R12 OllSa TISOa 
F. Taggart (1892) 

Naylor, John (Ola Cay) Ch Russell; 
Arenzville Rl Sec4 Pct98 T16 R12 
OllSa (1890) 

Negus, Esther Benjamin, Annah 
Adele, Conklin; Jacksonville R6 
Sec27 Pct35 T1S R9 O144a (1902) 



Neighbors, Elizabeth (Elizabeth 
Spencer) Ch Cyrus, Edgar, Belle, 
Tina, William; Murrayville R2 Secl6 
Pct43 T13 RIO O80a (1877) 

Neighbours, William E. (Ada Crab- 
tree) Ch Edith, Clarence; Murray- 
ville R4 Secl4 Pct46 T13 RIO O80a 
(1872) 

Nelson, Norius (Lillie Welch) Win- 
chester R5 Sec6 Pct77 T14 Rll 
Farm Hand Charles Milliken (1917) 

Nergenah, Charles H. (Myrtle M. 
Wallace) Ch Herold W.; Chapin R2 
Sec4 Pct95 T1S R12 T176a Mrs. R. 
B. Wallace (1879) 

Nergenah, Merl W. (Lura Bridgeman) 
Ch Margaret; Chapin R3 Seel Pct94 
T15 R12 Farm Hand Arthur Brock- 
house (1887) 



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Nergenah Sisters, F. and L. Bluffs Rl 
Sec20 Pctl02 T16 R12 O80a (1887) 

Nergenah, Walter H. (Idella Brock- 
house) Ch Lucile; Chapin R3 Sec33 
Pct93 T16 Rll T120a S. W. Carter 
(1911) 

Nevins, R. A. (Millie Henderson) Ch 
Emma, Lee, Julia, Frank, Glen, 
Alta, Nellie; Franklin R2 Farm 
Hand Charlie Story (1912) 

Newbern, John (Katie Buck) Ch Al- 
bert, Russell, Edna, Raymond; 
Chapin Rl Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 Ola 
(1897) 

Newburn, John H. (Henrietta Mor- 
gan) Ch Cora, William J., Arthur 
J., Alice A., John W., James E., 
Charles A., Harry A.; Chapin Rl 
Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 Ola (1903) 

Newby, Mrs. M. M. Ch Pearl E.; 
Franklin R2 Sec29 Pct28 T13 R9 
O40a (1885) 

Newby, Walter R. (Melyina Seymour) 
Ch Aileen; Murrayville R4 SeclS 
Pct22 T13 R9 O81a (1880) 

Newell, Frank (May E. Jokish) Ch 
Alfred, Anna, Mae; Prentice Rl 
Sec8 Pctl7 T16 R8 TlOOa Josephine 
Collins (1888) 

Newell, John J. (Minnie Collins) Ch 
Alma, Rose, Frank, Edward, Anna, 
Alberta; Ashland Rl Sec3 Pct37 
T16 R9 O260a (1861) 

Newell, Thomas (Catherine E. Han- 
ning) Ch Helen E., Kathryn, Irene, 
Raymond F. ; Ashland Rl Sec4 
Pct37 T16 R9 O170a (1867) 

Newman, Arthur (Emma Wallbaum) 
Ch Barbara; Jacksonville R3 Secl4 
Pct25 T14 R9 T160a Fred Wallbaum 
(1882) 

Newman, Charles (Fanny Newman) 
Ch Pearl; Meredosia Rl Secl2 
PctlOS T16 R13 O40a (1890) 

Newman, E. C. (Catherine A. Mc- 
Cabe) Ch Mary, Elizabeth; Murray- 
ville R4 SeclS Pct43 T13 RIO T80a 
Mrs. M. J. Clerihan (1882) 

Newman, George (Lennie E. Reese) 
Jacksonville R5 Sec24 PctSS T14 
RIO T160a George Newman (1897) 

Newman, John (Anna Camperman) 
Ch Willie, Mabel; Waverly Rl Seel 
Pctl T13 R8 T182a J. W. Tomb 
(1911) 

Newton, Jay J. (Nellie Ratliff) Con- 
cord Rl Secl2 PctlOO T16 R12 
O136a (1881) 

Nichols, Wiley (Addie Hunter) Ch 
Mary, Dola, Ada; Jacksonville RS 
Secl9 PctSS T14 R9 T4a J. McCor- 
mick (1915) 



Nicholson, Elmer R. (Lulu Hoagland) 
Ch Louise; Jacksonville R8 Sec3 
Pct60 T15 RIO T200a J. M. Allison 
(1905) 

Nickel, Frank C. (Clara E. Gaddis) 
Ch C. Otto, Roy E., P. Gail, V. 
Esther, Orpha A., F. Clyde; Con- 
cord Rl Secl6 Pct87 T16 Rll O187a 
(1868) 

Nickel, J. H. (Lulu Lippert) Ch 
Charles, Elmer, Clarence; "Fair- 
view Farm" Arenzville R2 Sec 7-8 
Pct88 T16 Rll O160a (1872) 

Niemann, Benjamin F. (Flora, Sis- 
ter) Chapin R3 Seel Pct94 T15 R12 
T195a Mrs. C. Obertate (1901) 

Nienhiser, Fred (Mary Eilers) Ch 
Flora, Albert, William, Ruth, Nona, 
Evelyn; Chapin Rl SeclO T16 R14 
O260a (1885) 

Nienhouser, Louis (Lizzie Eilers) 
Chapin Rl Seel Pct94 T16 R12 T71a 
(1889) 

Norfleet, Henry (Minnie Stacey) Ch 
Vernon, Leva, Hubert, Mildred; 
Prentice Rl Sec36 Pct41 T16 R9 
T240a O. F. Conklin (1910) 

Norman, William (Hattie Hall) Ch 
Paul E.; "Spring Brook Farm" 
Literberry Sec9 Pct69 T16 RIO O60a 
(1869) 

Nortrup, Arthur (Annie E. Tendick) 
Ch Ruth L., Arthur J., C. Alma; 
Chapin R2 Sec8 Pct96 T1S R12 Farm 
Hand George Coulson (1910) 

Nortrup, J. H. (Minnie Kramer) Ch 
Emil, Oscar, Norina, Gustave, John, 
Ernest, Edwin, Alice, Louis; Bluffs 
Rl Sec31 Pctl03 T16 R12 O160a 
(1872) 

Nunes, Mary Ch Norman, Etta, Isaac, 
Irene, Toney, Charles, Frank, 
Joseph; Jacksonville R8 Sec34 Pct71 
T16 RIO O176a (1867) 

Nunes, Robert P. (Georgia Gobiveia) 
Ch Lena, Mary, Roberta, Kathleen; 
Jacksonville R4 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO 
OlOa (1881) 

Nunes, Isaac J. (Grave Vieira) Ch 
Marie, Ernesta; Meredosia Rl Secl4 
PctlOS T16 R13 T160a Mrs. E. G. 
Smith (1886) 

Nunn, Clyde (Bertha Young) Chapin 
R2 Sec5 Pct96 T15 R12 TSOa John 
Whisman (1891) 

Nunn, Ray (Mae Barfield) Ch Ray L., 
Claud W.; Pi entice Rl Sec25 Pct41 
T16 R9 Farm Hand (1917) 

Nunn, William (Lulu Thompson) Ch 
Julia, Roy, Clyde, Flossie, Jesse, 
Albert, Edith; Meredosia Rl Sec26 
Pctl07 T16 R13 Tla Charles Bea- 
champ (1858) 



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O'Connell, Mary Murrayville Rl 

Sec25 PctSO T14 Rll O108a (1857) 
O'Connell, Thomas (Sarah Beguel) 

Ch Irene, Clarence, Thomas, 

James, Mary, Mabel, Agnes, Edna; 

Murrayville Rl Sec24 PctSO T14 

Rll O240a (1862) 

Odaffer, Ray (Edna Flynn) Jackson- 
ville R7 Secll Pct84 T1S Rll Farm 

Hand Charles C. Hadden (1917) 
Ogle, Charles A (Edith M Beding- 

field) Jacksonville R4 Secl2 Pct68 

T16 Rll O86a (1869) 
Ommen, Harman F (Amelia Gilbert) 

Ch Ruby, Esther, Laura, Archie; 

Bluffs Rl Sec32 Pctl03 T16 R12 

0140a (1862) 
Ommen, Henry C. (Nettie Love- 

kamp) Chapin Rl Sec22 Pct99 T16 

R12 060a (1883) 
Ommen, H. F., Jr., Chapin Rl Sec22 

Pctl03 T16 R12 O130a (1875) 
Ommen, John H. (Emma Depner) Ch 

Elda; Arenzville Rl Sec2 Pct97 T16 

R12 O90a (1872) 
Ommen, J. D. (Annie Russwinkel) 

Ch Harry, Edwin, Alpha, Andy, 

Marvin; Chapin Rl Sec22 Pct99 

T16 R12 O120a (1864) 

Osborne, John T. (Emma Wild) Ch 
Ada, Sadie, Benjamin, Charles, Wil- 
liam; Manchester Rl Sec2 Pct73 
T13 Rll O96a (1879) 

Osborne, J. E. (Maud Million) Ch 
Edna, Esther, Elva, Samuel, Hugh, 
Paul, Mary; Murrayville Sec7 Pct45 
T13 RIO Ol.OOOa (1870) 



Osborne, William E. (Jessie O. Cros- 
by) Ch Will, Harold, Lloyd; Mur- 
rayville R4 Secl8 Pct45 T13 RIO 
T80a Hy Osborne (1880) 

Owens, Earnest (Emma Vortman) 
Ch Walter, Raymond, Russell; 
Chapin R3 Sec33 Pct93 T16 Rll 
T160a Woodard Sisters (1907) 

Owens, John Ch Herbert; Chapin Rl 
Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 O40a (1891) 

Owings, F. (Elizabeth Walker) Ch 
Willard, Charles, Elijah, William, 
George, Clara; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec28 Pct86 T15 Rll Tla John 
Vasey (1870) 

Oxley, Edgar (Anna Mills) Ch Fran- 
cis S; Franklin Rl Sec20 Pct28 T14 
R9 T160a James Oxley Est. (1887) 

Oxley, George W. (Sarah A. Raw- 
lings) Ch Irene I.; Jacksonville R5 
Sec30 Pct28 T14 R9 O200a (1865) 

Oxley, John W. (Emma Thinsby) 
Ch Truman, Wyman; Franklin Rl 
Sec23 Pct30 T14 R9 O117a (1876) 

Oxley, R. B. (Coyila Howser) Ch 
Zenia B., Gertrude, Mary M.; Jack- 
sonville R5 Secl9 Pct55 T14 R9 
O160a (1879) 

Oxley, Thomas (Anna Rawlings) Ch 
Lawrence T., Clyde, Cecil, Thelma; 
Franklin Rl Sec6 Pct28 T13 R9 
O700a (1868) 

Oxley, William A. (Nellie Crisswell) 
Franklin Rl Sec23 Pct30 T14 R9 
O114a (1862) 

Ozbun, J. H. (Grace Spencer) Ch 
Eva, Clyde, Eula, Margaret, Ralph, 
Pauline; Murrayville R2 Sec31 
Pct49 T13 RIO T160a B. F. Spencer 
(1902) 



Pahlman, George (Ora Ryman) Ch 
Minnie, John, Thelma, Bertha, 
Clyde; Jacksonville R7 Secll-14 
Pct84 T15 Rll; O70a TlOa J. Z. 
Scott Est. (1896) 

Parath, Otto (Parta Dintrich) Ch 
Carl, Annie, Herman, Paul, Parta, 
Arthur, Frieda, Minnie; Meredosia 
Rl Sec30 Pctl02 T16 R12 TlOOa 
Mrs. J. Osneinger (1896) 

Parrott, Samuel (Lavina Stills) Ch 
John, Grace; Sinclair Rl Secl4 
Pct41 T16 R9 O147a (1844) 



Pate, Charles (Spicy Wilson) Ch 
Mary E., Cecil L., Charles B.; Pis- 
gah R6 Sec6 Pct27 T14 R9 Farm 
Hand S. Mills (1917) 

Patterson, Austin B. (Katie Daniels) 
Ch Clyde; "Maple View Farm" 
Jacksonville R4 Sec6 PctSl T15 
RIO O43a (1882) 

Patterson, Charles E. (Hattie B. Wil- 
liamson) Ch Elsie, Grace, Ulah; 
"Glenview Farm" Jacksonville R4 
Sec6 PctSl T15 RIO O70a (1859) 



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Patterson, Edward (Minerva Put- 
nan) Ch Everett, Earl, Harold, Hel- 
en, Mary; Jacksonville R7 Sec3 
PctSl T15 Rll O136a (1872) 

Paul, William C. (Amy D. Coons) 
Ch Alice C., Theodore C., Frances 
M.; Woodson Rl Sec9 PctSl T14 
RIO 075a (1909) 

Paxton, C. P. (Martha H. Rice) Ch 
Bruce, Clarence, Glen; Alexander 
R7 SecS PctS T14 R8 O155a W. B. 
Wilcox (1865) 

Payne, Edgar (Mattie Peden) Ch 
Lera, Sam, Gordon, Lee, Bell, 
Mary, Emma; Orleans Sec21 Pct34 
T15 R9 Farm Hand F. E. Drury 
(1915) 

Perbix, William M. (Flora Saunder- 
son) Ch Edwin, Myrtle, Treainople, 
Blanche; Chapin R3 Secl2 Pct94 
T15 R12 O116a (1871) 

Perry, Elza (Addie Brockhouse) Ch 
Alvin, Herold, Louis, Zeta; Concord 
Rl Secl2 PctlOO T16 R12 OlOSa 
' (1895) 

Petefish, Aaron (Lorena Liter) Ch 
Abe, Harry, Stella, Grace, Ellis, 
Lora, Aaron Jr., Orville, Evalee, 
Jesse, Dewey; "Spring Grove Short- 
horn Farm" Literberry SeclO Pct66 
T16 RIO O560a (1841) 

Petefish, Aaron, Jr. (Bernice Cooper) 
Ch Ruel; "Spring Grove Farm" Li- 
terberry SeclO Pct66 T16 RIO 
T610a Aaron Petefish Sr. (1887) 

Petefish, Claude C. (Lelia Milstead) 
Ch William A., Emmabell; Liter- 
berry Rl Sec9 Pct67 T16 RIO 
TllSa W. H. Petefish (1892) 

Petefish, G. Ellis (Laura L. Clark) 
Ch Edith, Beulah, Ivan; "Pleasant 
View Farm" Jacksonville R8 Sec27 
Pct71 T16 RIO OllOa (1880) 

Petefish, Harry W. (Myrtle Deaton) 
Ch Harold, Earl, Paul, Marjorie, 
Helen; "Spring Grove Farm" Liter- 
berry Rl SeclO Pct66 T16 RIO 
TSlOa Aaron Petefish Sr. (1873) 

Petefish, W. H. (Nellie Henderson) 
Ch Claud; Literberry Rl Sec9 
Pct67 T16 RIO O235a (1866) 

Peters, Charles E. (Edith Tready) 
Ch Leachie M., Lola O., Ralph E., 
Elmer L., Katie A., Helen J., Ruth 
L., Joseph S., Charles M.; Waverly 
R3 SeclS Pct3 T13 R8 TISOa W. H. 
Diller (1902) 

Peters, John, (Lury Amada) Ch 
Lloyd, Roy, Henry; Waverly Rl 
Sec9 Pct2 T13 R8 T220a J. W. 
Tomb (1906) 



Pevey, A. P. (Stella Brummet) Ch 
Flora, Albert; Murrayville R4 Secl3 
Pct46 T13 RIO T153a E. Rogers 
(1910) 

Pevey, James H. (Sarah Bertram) Ch 
Alvin, Leo, Oscar, Nora, Lizzie, 
Samuel, Onie, Cora; Literberry Rl 
SeclO Pct66 T16 RIO T150a W. B. 
Rexroat (1910) 

Pfeil, James C. (Kate Bowers) Ch 
John, Clarence, Alma, Grace, Ellen; 
Concord Rl Sec7 Pct88 T16 Rll 
OllOa (1865) 

Phelps, C. W. (Nola Beck) Ch Jewel, 
Mary, Paul, Norwood, Hubert; Li- 
terberry Rl Secll Pct66 T16 RIO 
Farm Hand J. F. Berry (1912) 

Phillips, Howard (Mary L. Wheeler) 
Ch Pansy, Pearl, Earl, Edith, 
Maude, Herchell; Waverly Rl 
Secl7 Pct3 T14 R8 T80a S. L. Got- 
shall (1916) 

Phillips, R. E. (Mollie Dunavan) Ch 
Mary Elizabeth; Jacksonville R3 
Secl3 T141a Mrs. Hannah Traylor 
(1863) 

Pine, Grant S. (Delia, Wilday-Hill) 
Ch" Doris, Grant S., Marvin Hill 
(stepson); Bluffs Rl Sec35-36 
Pctl07 T16 R13 O175a (1911) 

Pitchford, D. W. (Florence E. Dorks) 
Ch Gladys, Delbert, Cleo, Lowell, 
Doris; Waverly R2 Sec30 PctllS 
T13 R8 OlOa T25a Mrs. Nancy 
Rynders (1913) 

Plank, Ethelyn, Ch Loyce, Veryel 
Edra Lea; Concord Rl Sec24 PctlOl 
T16 R12 O160a (1877) 

Points, William (Elsie Eldredge) Ch 
Russell, Lenden; Waverly R3 Secl7 
Pct3 T13 R8 Farm Hand Fred Den- 
nis (1883) 

Pond, Charles L. (Jeanette A. Web- 
ster) Ch Fountain E., June B.; 
"Maple Grove Farm" Murrayville 
R3 Sec30 Pct22 T13 R9 (1862) 

Pond, Edward (Florence Wilday) Ch 
Leland, Gladys, Maud, Helen, Glen, 
Harlan, Gail; Arenzville Rl Secl3 
,Pctl05 T16 R13 O160a (1864) 

Pond, Herold (Tilla Graham) Ch Do- 
ris, Bernice, Charles, Landis; 
Arenzville Rl SecS Pct98 T16 R12 
O60a (1870) 

Potter, Charles (Catherine A. Fel- 
lows) Ch Grace M., Sarah A., Laura 
A., Cora L, Albert L., M. Lela, 
Evanda, H. Yates, Fern; Jackson- 
ville R2 Sec22 Pct78 T14 Rll O420a 
(1859) 



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Pratt, John E. (Verna E. Miller) 
Arenzville R2 Secl6 Pct87 T16 Rll 
O40a (1915) 



Pues, Reuben (Emma Yeck) Ch Wal- 
ter W.; Meredosia Rl Sec24 Pctl07 
T240a Gobel Est. (1877) 



Quick, Joseph (Dora Mincer) Ch 
Dorothy; Murrayville R4 Sec8 
Pct45 T13 RIO Farm Hand Light- 
foot Est. (1912) 

Quinn, T. J. (Bessie Flynn) Jackson- 
ville R2 Secl2 Pct79 T14 Rll 
T120a George Bader (1911) 



Quin, James (Gertrude Combs) Ch 
Dorothy, Mary, Lucille, Frederick 
E., Paul J.; Murrayville Rl Sec25 
Pct79 T14 Rll T40a Fred Ricks 
(1894) 



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Ragan, Sie (Anna Hawn) Ch Dora, 
Bessie, John, Gracie, Ernest, Freda, 
William; Concord Sec32 Pct93 T16 
Rll T239a John Ervin and Arthur 
Fairbank (1900) 

Ragin, Reuben (Cora Angelo) Ch 
Mildred P., Olive E. ; Jacksonville 
R2 Secl4 Pct79 T14 Rll T80a E. R. 
Angelo (1903) 

Rahe, Harmay (Julia Kiel) Ch Leta, 
Earl, Alford, Lea, Ada; Chapin R2 
Sec9 Pct95 T15 R12 O70a (1892) 

Ransdell, C. D., "Forest Side Stock 
Farm" Franklin Rl Sec33 Pct57 
T14 R9 O300a (1874) 

Ransdell, E. C. (Lucy Henry) Ch C. 
Donald, William K.; "Forest Side 
Stock Farm" Franklin Rl Sec33 
Pct57 T14 R9 O300a (1877) 

Ranson, Mrs. Anna (Anna Thursby) 
Ch Rex, Annie, Viron, Clifford; 
Franklin R2 Sec35 Pct31 T14 R9 
O170a (1890) 

Ranson, Charles L. (Mary L. Smith) 
"Burlington Wayside Farms" 
Woodson Rl Secl6 Pet 53 T14 RIO 
Sec9 PctSl Sec33 Pct57 O297a 
(1875) 

Ranson, Edward H. (Elsie Marie 
Goveia) Ch Harriet Josephine, 
Frances Lucile, Bernice Robertine; 
"Pleasant Place Farm" Jacksonville 
R2 Sec3 Pct76 T14 Rll T120a 
James H. Ranson (1886) 

Ranson, E. A. (Edith Gordon) Ch 
Gail, Denby, Dorothy, Mildred, 
Frances, Helen, Willard; Jackson- 
ville R2 Sec4 T14 Rll O80a Secl6 
Pct78 T14 Rll TSOa Mrs Mary C. 
Ranson (1873) 



Ranson, Frank W. (Sarah Potter) 
"Edgewood Place" Jacksonville R2 
Secl6 Pct78 T14 Rll O120a (1876) 

Ranson, Fred O. (Georgia Scott) 
Jacksonville Rl Sec22 Pct83 T15 
Rll TSOa Z. W. Scott (1885) 

Ranson, H. L. (Delia Suttrell) Ch 
Waldo, Charles; "Brookfield Farm" 
Jacksonville R2 Sec34 Pct86 T15 
Rll O85a (1891) 

Ranson, James T. (May Sutton) Ch 
Rena F; Jacksonville R2 SeclS 
Pct78 T14 Rll T120a E. L. Ham- 
mel (1867) 

Ranson, J. Rex (Florence Reid) 
Woodson Rl SeclO PctSO T14 RIO 
T520a Mrs. Ann E. Ranson (1891) 

Ranson, Peter, Ch Elmer, Frank, 
William, Walter; Jacksonville R2 
Sec34 Pct86 T15 Rll O170a (1841) 

Ranson, R. R. (Belle Groves) Ch Net- 
tie, Gertrude, Grace, Mabel, Clar- 
ence, Ernest Raymond; Jackson- 
ville R2 Sec35 Pct65 T15 Rll O180a 
(1843) 

Ratliff, Charles (May Foreaker) Ch 
Anna L., Elsie V.; Ashland Rl 
Sec4 Pct37 T16 R9 T160a Elmer 
Ratliff (1879) 

Ratliff, John B. (Margaret Goan 
Leeper, Housekeeper) Ch of Mar- 
garet, Reba, Alfred, Bertha, George, 
Jacob, Martha; Concord Rl Secl2 
PctlOO T16 R12 O190a (1915) 

Rawlings, B. F. (Ida C. Scholfield) Ch 
Russell F., Kenneth T., John F., 
Donald S.; "Edgewood Farm" 
Franklin Rl Sec32 Pct28 T14 R9 
T250a John H. Rawlings (1887) 



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Rawlings, Mrs. Evaline (Evaline 
Scott) Ch Henry E., Grace, Nellie, 
Arthur G. ; "Ivy Lawn Farm" Jack- 
sonville RS Sec20 Pct28 T14 R9 
O19624a (1856) 

Rawlings, G. A. Jacksonville R4 SecS 
Pct61 T15 RIO T70a Rawlings Est. 
(1915) 

Rawlings, James E. (Addie Smith) 
Ch James Wendell, Winona; Jack- 
sonville R6 Sec23 Pct23 T15 RIO 
O448a(1861) 

Rawlings, J. W. (Grace Way) Jack- 
sonville R4 SecS Pct61 T15 RIO 
T70a Rawlings Est. (1915) 

Rawlings, Leslie (Stella Seymour) 
Ch Robert; Franklin Rl Seel Pct42 
T13 RIO T120a Robert Rawlings 
(1894) 

Rawlings, William E. (Eliza E. Fan- 
ning) Ch Anna, George W. ; Frank- 
lin Rl SecS Pct22 T13 R9 O137a 
(1864) 

Rawlings, William E. (Laura Vasey) 
Winchester R5 SecS Pct77 T14 Rll 
O550a (1907) 

Ray, F. G. (Sarah E. Charles) Ch 
Jennie, Ella, Lottie, Elmer, Eliza 
A.; Franklin R2 Sec7 Pct22 T13 R9 
O13a (1843) 

Rea Brothers, Murrayville Rl SecS 
Pet 44 T13 RIO O300a (1856) 

Rea, John W. (Inez Henry) Ch Dor- 
othy, Helen; "Walnut Grove 
Farm" Murrayville R4 Sec2 PctSO 
T14 RIO O80a (1881) 

Read, W. S., Ch. Carl, Hugh; Franklin 
R2 Secl2 Pctl T13 R8 T60a J. H. 
Read Est. (1875) 

Redburn, John H. (Mary Hogg), Ch 
Lawrence; "Berry Dale Farm" 
Jacksonville R4 Secl6 T1S RIO 
O34a (1870) 

Reed, Arthur (Minnie Reed) Ch 
Chester; Waverly R3 Secl9 Pct3 
T13 R8 Farm Hand R. M. Reed 
(1912) 

Reed, A. B. (Maria Spencer) Ch 
Frank; Murrayville R2 Sec31 Pct49 
T13 RIO (1882) 

Reed, R. N. (Thenarth Walford) Ch 
Minnie, Birdie, Daisy, Walter, Wil- 
lie, Maud, Stella, Eda, Edgar, 
Frank, Jessie; Waverly R3 Secl9 
Pct3 T13 R8 T140a W. F. Wemple 
(1875) 

Reed, Walter (Ola Crum) Ch Lelah, 
Grace, Fern, Clyde, Gerald, Hol- 
land, Harry Gilbert; Waverly R3 
SecS Pct2 T13 R8 Farm Hand Dr. 
E. K. Blair (1888) 



Reed, William (Osie Anthas) Ch Ber- 
nice; Waverly R2 Secl9 Pct3 T13 
R8 T65a Mrs. Julia Buckhanan 
(1889) 

Rees, Marshall, Ch Maude, Irving, 
Oral; Franklin Rl Sec31 Pct28 T14 
R9 O297a (1861) 

Rees, William Milford, Jr. (Vella Ox- 
ley) "Evergreen Farm" Franklin 
Rl Sec27 Pct29 T14 R9 T310a Wm. 
M. Rees, Sr. (1893) 

Rees, William M., Sr. (Hattie Dai- 
ton) Ch Ruby, Nellie, Birdie, Will- 
iam Milford; "Evergreen Farm" 
Franklin Rl Sec27 Pct29 T14 R9 
O310a (1862) 

Reese, Henry D. (Margaret Hamel) 
Ch Lloyd, Lennie, Sarah; Jackson- 
ville R5 Sec25 Pct56 T14 RIO O80a 
(1865) 

Reeve, C. N. (Ella Seymour) Ch 
Eleanor R., Aldon S.; Franklin R2 
SeclS Pct20 T13 R9 O40a (1875) 

Reid, James (Cassie Walters) Jack- 
sonville R4 Sec4 Pct61 T15 RIO 
OlSOa (1861) 

Reiser, Fred. (Charlotte Scott) Ch 
Bernard; Pleasant Plains R40 Sec21 
PctlS T16 R8 T240a Hexter Bro. 
(1915) 

Reiser, Louis J. (Clara Young) Ch 
Henry; Prentice Rl Sec30 PctlS 
T16 R8 T125a Sarah Kelso (1907) 

Reiser, Martin T. (Ethel Flinn) Pren- 
tice Rl Sec20 PctlS T16 RS T200a 
Carrie Salzenstein (1913) 

Rentschler, S. G. (Virginia Behler) 
Concord Rl Secl3 Pct89 T16 Rll 
TlOOa G. W. Rentschler (1866) 

Rexroat Alva (Rose Kelly) Ch Marie, 
Francis, Paul; Concord Rl Sec21 
Pct91 T16 Rll O233a (1876) 

Rexroat, Edward (Elsie Neill) Ch 
Eugene, Paul, Kathryn, Hilda; 
Jacksonville R4 SeclS PctSS T16 
RIO T300a H. H. Rexroat Est. 
(1878) 

Rexroat, Lee (Letta Vanway, Aunt) 
Concord Rl Sec21 Pct91 T16 Rll 
O137a (1888) 

Rexroat, W. B., Ch Lenora, Anna, 
Earl, Bailey, Ethel; Jacksonville 
Secl6 Pct69 T16 RIO O530a (1854) 

Rexroat, W. Earl (Anna Bird) Ch Al- 
clen E. ; "The Maples" Literberry 
Rl SeclO Pct66 T16 RIO O160a 
(1883) 

Reynolds, Charles E. (Nellie G. Wat- 
son) Ch John E., Charles T., Ruth 
A.; "Justa Farm" Woodson Rl 
Sec23 Pct54 T14 RIO O80a (1871) 



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Reynolds, Edwin J. (Mary E. Hem- 
brough) Ch Lynford, Raymond, 
Mildred, Virginia; "Elmwood 
Farm" Jacksonville R5 Secl2 PctSO 
T14 RIO O180a (1874) 

Reynolds, James T. (Linnie Baker) 
Ch Carley, Sallie, Leslie, Delia, Lu- 
cille; Jackonsville R6 Sec27 Farm 
Hand H. C. Stevenson (1915) 

Reynolds, William E. (Georgia H. 
Megginson) Ch Viola E.; Jackson- 
ville R5 Sec23 School District 54 
T14 RIO O121^a (1905) 

Rhea, John (Dollie Goatcher) Ch 
Lorin; Waverly R2 Sec24-25 Pct24 
T13 R9 O290a T200a (1874) 

Rice, Calvin E. (Laura B. Brock- 
house) Ch James W., Philip M., 
Wilfred E., Rowene P., Elizabeth 
C, F. Virginia; Arenzville Rl Sec8 
Pct98 T16 R12 O450a-(1907) 

Rice, C. L. (Aileen Leach) "Mound 
View Farm" Jacksonville Rl Sec26 
Pct85 T15 Rll T123a Walter S. 
Rice (1885) 

Rice, James R. (Susan Blackwell) Ch 
Anna, Walter, Virginia, Pauline, 
James; Jacksonville Rl Sec26 Pct85 
T15 Rll T123a Walter S. Rice 
(1877) 

Richards, J. C. (Martha Bunch) Ch 
Willie, Davis, Maye, Tom, Jim, 
Stella, Lee, Russell, Mabel, How- 
ard; Murrayville Seel Pct73 T13 
Rll O38a (1869) 

Richardson, Christopher (Jane Hodg- 
son) Ch William T., Matilda Belle, 
Clarence R. ; Orleans Sec27 Pct35 
T15 R9 O135a (1857) 

Richardson, Clarence R., Orleans 
Sec27 Pct35 T15 R9 T120a E. Rich- 
ardson and Mrs. W. E. Masters 
(1884) 

Richardson, G. S. (Frances Rawlings) 
Ch Albert, Laura; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec33 Pct86 T15 Rll O40a (1847) 

Richardson, H. H. (Sarah J. Middle- 
ton) Jacksonville Rl Sec28 Pct64 
T15 RIO Ollla (1876) 

Richardson, William (P a t i m a 
Vaughn) Ch Mollie, Roy M., Har- 
riet, William, John, Sadie, Maggie, 
Benjamin, Charles; Franklin R2 
Secl2 Pctl9 T13 R9 O20a (1850) 

Richardson, William T. (Alcina Va- 
sey) Ch Donald; Ashland Rl SeclO 
Pct37 T16 R9 O120a (1879) 

Richardson, W. G. (Clara Simpkin) 
Ch Elvira, Melba, William; Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec25 Pct85 T15 Rll 
O170a (1905) 



Rickard, H. A. (Juliet Harding) Ch 
Elizabeth E., Frank W.; Waverly 
R3 Sec9 Pct2 T13 R8 O60a (1891) 

Rickey, John (Elsie Rickey) Ch Ag- 
nes L., Laura M.; Chapin Rl Sec3 
Pct95 T15 R12 T4a Thos. Rickey 
(1897) 

Rickey, Mrs. Mary (Mary Thaxon) 
Ch Etta, Thomas, Ella, James, 
Willis, Harry; Chapin Rl Sec3 
Pct95 T15 R12 Ola (1881) 

Rickey, Thomas, Ch Stella, Elsie, 
Hazel, Homer, Myrtle; Chapin Rl 
Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 O4a (1867) 

Rickey, Willis (Annie Phillips) Ch 
Minnie Gulp; Chapin Rl Sec3 Pct95 
T15 R12 O2a (1887) 

Ridder, Anton, Alexander Rl SecS 
PctlO T14 R8 O160a (1877) 

Ridder, Henry J. (Louisa Mohr) 
Alexander Rl Sec31 PctlO T15 R8 
O160a (1860) 

Ridder, John J. (Effie Coker) Ch Nel- 
lie M., Virgil I., Andrew R.; Alex- 
ander Rl Sec7 PctlO T14 R8 O160a 
(1887) 

Ridder, Joseph (Mary Stelte) Ch 
Stephen, Mary White, Gertrude, 
Margaret, Joseph, Elizabeth; Alex- 
ander Rl Sec31 PctllS T13 R8 
- OllOa (1860) 

Ridder, Stephen F. (Julia M. Long) 
Ch Frank, Ruby; Alexander Rl 
Sec9 Pct9 T14 R8 Farm Hand H. 
Lukens (1885) 

Ridder, Stephen J. (Regina Mohr) Ch 
Anna, William, Frances, Regina, 
Stephen; Alexander Rl Sec31 PctlO 
T15 R8 O160a (1863) 

Riley, M. E. (Margaret R. Begnel) 
Ch Marie, Monica, Edward, Joseph, 
Vincent, Anna; Woodson Rl Secl9 
Pct52 T14 Rll O213a (1872) 

Riley, Robert J. (Anna Shepley) Ch 
Milton, Alma, Isabel, Lee; Murray- 
ville R3 Sec22 Pct48 T13 RIO T80a 
R. Lonergan (1910) 

Riley, William (Catherine McWil- 
liams) Ch Gertrude M., Walter, 
Glen D., Russell H; Ashland Rl 
Sec4 Pct37 T16 R9 O80a (1868) 

Rilling, George C., Ch Mabel, Lucille, 
Lela, Pauline, Herchell; Alexander 
Rl Sec3 Pct9 T14 R8 O107a (1916) 

Rimby, Harry H. (Mabel Jones) Ch 
Mildred; "Elm Hill Farm" Murray- 
ville R3 Sec21 Pct48 T13 RIO O94a 
(1888) 

Rimby, Walter (Bertha Chapman) 
Ch Opal, Margaret; Murrayville R2 
Sec36 Pct75 T13 Rll T80a C. D. 
Chapman (1911) 



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Rimby, W. B. (Maude Fuller), Ch 
Jesse, Allen, Marion, Alice, Elean- 
or; Murrayville R2 SeclS Pct45 
T13 RIO OSOa (1882) 

Ring, Frank J. (Ella Winters) Ch 
Francis; Franklin Rl Seel Pct42 
T13 RIO TlOOa Thos. Winters 
(1914) 

Rine Patrick, Murrayville Rl Sec25 
Pct56 T14 Rll 093a (1867) 

Roach, A. J. (Lela Crawford) Ch 
Raymond L.; Franklin R3 Sec24 
Pctl9 T14 R9 T122a W. T. Dods- 
worth (1900) 

Roach, Charles (Mary E. Bromm) 
Ch Albert E.; Literberry Rl Secl3 
Pct66 T16 RIO Farm Hand Albert 
Crum (1902) 



James Wood Est. (1907) 

Roach, John W. (Lucinda Ausband 
Ch Andrew, Leonard, Catherine, 
Mary, Lorene, Carl; Franklin J 
Sec32 Pctl3 T14 R8 T139a W. T. 
Dodsworth (1907) 

Robbins, Irvin (Katy Hale) Ch Sally, 
Holman, Shelly, Owen, Evelyn 
Beulah, Irvin, Edward; "Beulah 
Alexander Rl Secl7 Pctl6 TIS R8 
Farm Hand Frank Strawn (1914) 

Roberts, Dennie (Mary Hickerson) 
Alexander Sec30 Farm Hand Hy. 
R. Hall (1917) 

Roberts, George D. Ch Lulu, Fred 
Harold, Maurice, Harriet, Grace, 
Donald, Beulah; Franklin Rl Sec34 
Pct20 T14 R9 O320a (1845) 

Roberts, J. H. (Mildred Seymour) 
Ch Grace A.; Franklin R2 Secl4 
PctS T13 R8 O250a (1847) 

Roberts, Martin L. (Matilda Spires) 
Ch Marvin C; "Oak Grove Farm" 
Franklin R2 Sec23 Pct23 T13 R9 
O160a (1849) 

Roberts, W. E. (Marie Waddell) Ch 
Maurice, Frank, Leslie, James, Lee, 
Maynard, Mabel, Dean; Waverly 
Rl SeclS Pct26 T14 R8 OSOa Chas. 
Teele (1867) 

Robertson, Walter W. (Ella Robin- 
son) Ch Frank, Norval; Prentice 
Sec7 Pctl7 T16 R8 O280a (1872) 

Robins, Irvin (Katie Hale) Ch Sally, 
Holman, Shelley, Owen, Evelyn, 
Beulah, Irvin, Edwin; Alexander 
Rl Sec20 Pct34 T15 R9 Farm Hand 
Frank Strawn (1913) 

Robinson, F. J. (Sarah Southwell) Ch 
Clarence, Irene; Murrayville R2 
Sec24 Pct74 T13 Rll O138a (1908) 



Robinson, Harrison (Alice Foster) 
Ch Elizabeth, Ralph, George, 
Floyd, Carroll, Eleanor, Lucy, 
Nelle, Marshall; Prentice Sec7 
Pctl7 T16 R8 O300a (1863) 

Robinson, Howard L. (Elizabeth Fos- 
ter) Prentice Rl Sec28 PctlS T16 
R8 O160a (1887) 

Robinson, Joel H. (May Boston) Ch 
Leslie A., Edgar E., Bessie L., 
Beula F.; Prentice Rl Sec7 T16 R8 
O103a (1860) 

Robinson, Martin L. (Lydia Lathon) 
Ch Harry E., Anna E., Rhoda L., 
Stella P., Leroy; Prentice Rl Secl3 
Pct36 T16 R9 O600a (1852) 

Robinson, Richard W. (Elizabeth 

Keister) Ch George W., Maria K., 

Mabel M.; Sinclair Rl Sec34 Pct40 

T16 R9 T350a Thomas Harrison 

, (1874) 

Robinson, Roy A. (Matilda Hanning) 
Ch Martin W.; Prentice Rl Secl3 
Pct36 T16 R9 T700a Robinson Est. 
(1891) 

Robson, Lucinda Ch Etta, Carl, Roy, 
Thomas H., Morris, Otto; Franklin 
R2 SeclS Pct38 T13 R9 T20a T. 
Oxley (1870) 

Rodgers, G. A. (Lillian Wilson) Ch 
Hubert; Pisgah R6 Sec6 Pct27T14 
R9 Farm Hand A. Spainhower 
(1915) 

Roegge, Arthur (Agnes Wesler) 
Meredosia Rl Secl3 PctlOO T16 
R12 T160a W. F. Roegge (1894) 

Roegge, Herman H. (Lena Kors- 
meyer) Ch Rudolph, Ada, Laura, 
Edwin, Nora, Emil; Meredosia Rl 
Sec2 PctlOS T16 R13 O180a (1903) 

Roegge, William F. (Emma Kors- 
meyer) Arthur, Edith, Etta, Lo- 
renz, Alex; "The Hillig" Meredosia 
Rl Sec2 PctlOS T16 R13 O320a 
(1869) 

Rohrer, Oscar, Waverly R2 Sec25 
T13 R8 O240a Sec36 Pct6 T13 R8 
Tl,880a (1865) 

Rohrer, Wilburn G. Ch Mary, Fannie, 
Oscar, Herbert; Waverly R2 Sec36 
Pct6 T13 R8 O256a (1835) 

Roland, Bert (Mary Arther) Waverly 
R3 Sec24 PctS T13 R9 Farm Hand 
John Rhea (1891) 

Rolfs, John, Ch John, Tima, George, 
Annie, Dena, Etta, Henry; Bluffs 
Rl Sec30 Pctl02 T16 R12 O120a 
(1844) 

Roller, Eugene (Mary Jolly) Waverly 
R2 Sec23 PctS T18 R8 T120a Clar- 
ence Campbell (1915) 



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Romang, G. (Hanna Cushen) Ch John 
C, Mamme M., Amelia M.; Waver- 
ly Rl Seel Pctl T13 R8 O3a (1879) 

Roney, William (Luella Diwer) Ch 
Ruth, Raymond; Concord Rl Sec23 
Pct89 T16 Rll T80a G. & J. Colber- 
er (1873) 

Rook, James C. (Mollie Kingsley) Ch 
Guy; "Lakeside Farm" Jackson- 
ville. R5 Sec34 PctSO T15 RIO O166a 
(1856) 

Rose, James D. (Birdie Hoover) Ch 
Orin, Florence, Elmer, James; Ar- 
nold Sec30 Farm Hand J. W. Ar- 
nold (1914) 

Rouland, August (Pearl Arthur) Ch 
Alfred, Opal, Florence, Alma; Wa- 
verly R2 Sec31 PctllS T13 R8 
TISOa Ezra Rouland (1883) 

Rouland, Arthur (Edna Ewen) Ch 
Dexter, Gladys, Orville; Waverly 
R3 Sec25 Pct24 T13 R9 O40a (1875) 

Rouland, Charles (Katie Bryant) Ch 
Telia, Bert, Pearl, Letha; Waverly 
R3 Sec25 Pct24 T13 R9 O19a (1859) 

Rouland, Charles, Jr. (Luella Rou- 
land) Ch Almeda, Richard; Waver- 
ly R3 Sec36 Pct25 T15 R9 O60a 
T15a (1878) 

Rouland, Ezra (Amelia Caldwell) Ch 
August, Ora, Mary Lula; Modesto 
R35 Sec31 PctllS T13 R8 O360a 
(1860) 

Rouland, Leland (Flora Guthrie) Ch 
Marguerite, Francis; Waverly R2 
Sec25 Pct7 T13 R8 Farm Hand Os- 
car Rohrer (1887) 

Rouland, Thomas (Minnie Cherry) 
Ch Clarence, Vernon, Edith, John, 
Lee, Myron, Ronald, Otho, Velma, 
Russell; Waverly R3 ec25 Pct24 
T13 R9 O30a (1860) 

Rouland, Walter A. (Elizabeth Ryn- 
ders) Ch Marie Alene; Waverly R3 
Sec31 PctllS T13 R8 O80a T33a 
Dan Sevier (1882) 

Rouland, Willie (Mary Seymour-Rou- 
land) Ch Vivian, Nellie, Helen Sey- 
mour; Modesto R35 Sec29 Pct8T13 
R8 T135a Francis Bennett and Fan- 
nie Gray (1882) 

Rouland, William (Jane Hines) Ch 
Will, Walter, Lou; Waverly R3 
Sec35 Pct7 T13 R8 O15a (1856) 

Rousey, Charles A. (Rose Neal) Ch 
Carl E., Terry F., Martha H., Clyde; 
Franklin R2 SeclS Pct20 T13 R9 
T180a Martha Rousey (1870) 



Rowe, C. A. Jacksonville R7 SeclS 
T15 RIO O390a (1886) 

Ruble, George (Elsia M. Rogers) Ch 
Priscilla M.; "Maple Crest Farm" 
Alexander Rl Sec8 Pctl4 T15 R8 
O80a (1872) 

Ruble, Milton (Laura Elmore) Ch 
Josephine, Richard H., Milton E., 
Arthur D.; Alexander Rl Sec8 
Pct33 T15 R9 O240a (1867) 

Ruble, Samuel (Katherine Luby) Ch 
Kenneth E.; Alexander Rl Secl7 
Pct33 T15 R9 O80a (1887) 

Rudisill, Ralph R. (Mayme Delaney) 
Ch Irene, Dale; Jacksonville R4 
Secl7 Pct69 T16 RIO TlOOa Farm 
Manager Mary Rudisill (1882) 

Russell, Alex Jacksonville R8 Sec27 
Pct71 T16 RIO Tl^a Wm. H. Alli- 
son (1905) 

Russell, A. G. (Alice Irlam) Ch Eliza- 
beth; Murrayville R4 Sec2 Pct42 
T13 RIO TISOa Mrs. A. E. Cline 
(1889) 

Russwinkel, John (Mary Dahman) 
Arenzville R2 Seel Pct66 T16 Rll 
O160a (1883) 

Russwinkel, Mrs. Kate (Kate Wer- 
ries) Ch Arthur, Lena, Clarence, 
Florence, Ada, George, Raymond, 
Bernice, Virgil; Meredosia Rl Secl6 
Pct99 T16 R12 O80a (1887) 

Russwinkel, Mrs. Mary (Mary Pues) 
Ch Annie, Lizzie, Henry, John; 
Meredosia Rl Secl9 Pctl02 T16 
R12 O119^a (1883) 

Ryan, F. J. (Erma Kepler), Franklin 
R3 Sec24 Pct30 T14 R9 T80a Mary 
Lynch (1887) 

Ryan, Jerry (Mary Harmon) Ch 
Charles M., Ralph L., John S., Har- 
old A., Joseph H., Rosemary; 
Franklin R2 Sec23 Pct30 T14 R9 
O160a (1877) 

Ryan, John (Zora Seymour) Ch Do- 
rothy, Martha J., Charles I.; Frank- 
lin Rl Sec28 Pct29 T14 R9 Farm 
Hand Dennis Whalen (1914) 

Ryan, Lawrence Franklin R3 Sec25 
Pct30 T14 R9 OlOOa (1867) 

Ryan, Michael (Phoebe Trup) Ch 
Mame, Frank, John, Fanny, Mor- 
gan, Raymond, William, Leo, Har- 
old; Alexander Sec8 PctlO T14 R8 
O80a (1869) 



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Ryan, M. H. Franklin R3 Secl2 Pct25 
T14 R9 O160a (1887) 

Ryan, O. E. (Gertrude Ziller) Ch 
Leona, Almon; "Fairview Farm" 
Alexander Secl2 Pct25 T14 R9 
O180a (1887) 

Ryan, Thomas J. Franklin Sec26 
Pct26 T14 R9 O200a (1872) 



Ryan, William A. (Anna Lukeman) 
Ch Jerome, Ursula, Edward, Al- 
mon, Alden, Anna, May; Franklin 
R3 SeclS Pctll T14 R8 OlOOa 
Manager Yeoman's Elevator Co. 
(1870) 

Rynders, Mrs. Nancy J. (Nancy 
Bridensine) Ch Lizzie, Willie; Wa- 
verly R2 Secl9 Pct3 T13 R8 O40a 
(1854) 



Sage, William B. (Mary Hayes) Pren- 
tice Sec24 Pct41 T16 R9 O140a 
(1850) 

Sample, E. T. (Lulu Bell) Ch E. O.; 
Jacksonville R6 Sec4 Pct26 T14 R9 
O95a (1872) 

Sample, Hillard (Lora Wood) Mur- 
rayville R3 Sec30 Pct22 T13 R9 
TlOOa Mary F. Sample (1895) 

Sample, J. W. (Ella Dyer) Ch Esther 
E., Melvin J., Almira B., Bernice A.; 
Franklin R3 SeclO PctSO T14 R9 
O30a (1874) 

Sample, Theodore (Elizabeth Robin- 
son) Ch Lena, Oscar; Jacksonville 
R3 SeclO Pct62 T15 RIO T22a E. 
Lamb (1850) 

Samples, Jess (Hazel Cloud) Waver- 
ly R2 Sec21 Pct4 T13 R8 Farm 
Hand John Sevier (1895) 

Samples, Ray (Ruth Vance) Ch Le- 
roy, Alfred A.; Franklin R2 Sec32 
PctllS T13 R9 Farm Hand John 
Bull (1917) 

Samples, Walter T. (Elizabeth Tur- 
ner), Ch Reba, Annis; Waverly R2 
Sec20 Pct3 T13 R8 Ol5a T39a Al- 
len Turner (1888) 

Samples, W. H. (Dora England) Ch 
Walter, Jessie; Waverly R2 Secl6 
Pct4 T13 R8 T240a H. Dalby (1863) 

Samson, Charles H. (Minna Pen- 
brook) Ch Gerald D., Charles L.; 
Modesto R35 Secl3 Pctl9 T13 R9 
T30a Henry Samson (1916) 

Sanders, C. E. (Maud Wood) Ch 
Marjorie; Concord Secl9 Pct92 T16 
Rll T710a (1881) 

Sanders, Hannah Ch Martha, Mecca, 
James, Winnie, Earnest; "Clover 
Leaf Farm" Concord Sec20 Pct92 
T16 Rll O710a (1852) 

Sargent, John A. Ch. Jennie; Jackson- 
ville Rl SeclS Pct83 T15 Rll T55a 
William T. Sargent (1849) 



Sargent, William T. Jacksonville Rl 
SeclS Pct83 T15 Rll OSSa 

Saunderson, W. T. (Mattie McDan- 
iel) Ch Etta, Flora, Treain Vilovais, 
Phynis, Le Roy; Waverly R2 Sec23 
Pet 5 T13 R8 Farm Hand Fred Pue 
(1915) 

Sawtell, E. A. (Anna Stringham) 
"Evergreen Lawn Farm" Jackson- 
ville Rl Secl6 Pct83 T15 Rll T80a 
Mrs. Emily Sawtell-Faul (1874) 

Sayre, Fred J. (Frances Chrisman) 
Ch Ruth, Richard, Mary; Winches- 
ter R5 Sec6 Pct77 T14 Rll T140a 
William E. Rawlings (1884) 

Sayre, J. I. (Fannie Jewsbury) Ch 
William, Nettie, Fred J., Richard, 
Mollie, Roy, Marie, John, Geraldine; 
Jacksonville R2 Sec9 Pct76 T14 Rll 
T148a Grace Carter (1852) 

Schaeffer, Mason (Gertie Carter) Ch 
Richard A., Maude; Arenzville Rl 
Sec4 Pct97 T16 R12 Farm Hand 
Arthur Carls (1917) 

Schann, Henry C. (Lena Brech) Ch 
Marie, Robert; Chapin R3 Sec35 
Pct90 T16 Rll O60a (1899) 

Scheferkort, Mrs. Rosena (Rosena 
Stock) Ch Mary, Frances, Minnie, 
Joseph, Elizabeth, Margaret, Anna, 
William, Theresa, Henry, John; 
Alexander Rl Sec8 PctlO T14 R8 
O60a (1877) 

Schirz, Frank (Hannah Sweeney) Ch 
Francis E., Katherine M., Nicholas 
P.; Franklin R2 SeclS Pct20 T13 
R9 T260a Manager N. Schirz 
(1876) 

Schofield, Edward (Frances Tuke) 
Ch John, Stella, Essie, Lottie, Roy, 
Carl; Waverly R2 Sec21 Pct4 T13 
R8 O70a (1888) 

Schofield, William (Edith Colton) 
Murrayville Rl Sec21 Pct78 T14 
Rll T186a F. W. Schofield (1885) 



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Schlieker, Charles H. (Effie Enke) Ch 
Harvey, Velma; Meredosia Rl 
Secl7 Pct98 T16 R12 O70a (1887) 

Schnake, Charles (Elizabeth Klein- 
schmidt) Ch Rudolph, Alma, Huld, 
Dora; Meredosia Rl SecS Pct98 T16 
R12 (1903) 

Schnitker, George (Mary Lovekamp) 
Ch Erma, Walter, Verna; Arenz- 
ville R2 Sec4 Pct87 T16 Rll O120a 
(1900) 

Scholes, William (Lena Stigall) Ch 
Francis L. ; Prentice Sec6 Pctl7 T16 
R8 Farm Hand Josh Hubbs (1917) 

Scholfield, F. W. (Sarah Busey) Ch 
Charley, William; Winchester R5 
SecS Pct77 T14 Rll O292a (1849) 

Schone, Fred (Mary Nortrup) Ch 
Louis, Dick, Roy, John, Flora; 
Chapin R2 SecS Pct96 T1S R12 
O160a (1912) 

Schroeder, August (Annie Nortrup) 
Ch John, Henry, Minnie; Bluffs Rl 
Sec30 Pctl02 T16 R12 O80a (1882) 

Schroeder, Henry D. (Dena Rolfs) 
Ch Harold A. J., Dorothy J.; Bluffs 
Rl Sec32 Pctl03 T16 R12 OlOOa 
(1886) 

Schumacher, Alvin H. (Mary L. Jor- 
ding) Ch Mildred A., Arlo J. D., 
Laura L., Carlton A.; "Sunny Slope 
Farm" Chapin Rl Sec27 Pctl04 T16 
R12 O190a (1880) 

Schumacher, Mrs. Carrie (Carrie 
Brockhouse) Ch Herbert H., Ada 
M.; Chapin Rl Sec27 Pctl04 T16 
R12 O385^ (1859) 

Scoggins, G. C. (Bertha Peters) Ch 
Howard, Roy; Murrayville Rl Secl3 
Pct74 T13 Rll Farm Hand J. C. 
Andrus (1911) 

Scott, Allan E. "Scott's Bluegrass 
Stock Farm" (Settled in 1831) 
Jacksonville Rl Sec22 Pct83 T15 
Rll T80a John E. Scott (1888) 

Scott, Mrs. Anna Ch Minnie S.Taylor, 
Bert S., Emma Bowyer, Alice, Grace 
S. Haynes; Waverly R3 SeclO Pct2 
T13 R8 O73a (1855) 

Scott, Mrs. Belle (Belle Hulett) Ch 
Francis, Irene; Jacksonville R4 SecS 
Pct61 T15 RIO O80a (1902) 

Scott, Carl H. (Flossie Kinder) Ch 
Vera E., Margaret M.; Chapin Rl 
Sec23 Pct94 T15 R12 T160a H. Baes 
(1889) 

Scott, C. E. (Margaret C. Woods) 
Ch Dorothea; Franklin R2 Sec36 
Pct31 T14 R8 OlOa T75a M. Scott 
(1877) 



Scott, Harvey D. (Ida May, Harriet, 
Rachael, Sisters) Jacksonville Rl 
SeclS Pct83 T15 Rll O240a Brother 
and Sisters own an undivided inter- 
est in the J. Z. Scott Est. (1894) 

Scott, John E. (Agnes Allan) Ch Bes- 
sie, Zella May, Allan E., Eugene 
D.; "Scott's Bluegrass Stock Farm" 
Jacksonville Rl Sec22 Pct83 T15 
Rll O80a (1847) 

Scott, J. W. (Lavina Voss) Ch Jauni- 
ta, Helen, Howard E.; "Maple 
Lawn" Franklin Rl Sec28 Pct29 
T14 R9 O80a (1855) 

Scott, R. V. (Sarah Middleton) Ch 
Edward, Allen; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec31 Pct86 T15 Rll O60a T40a 
(1885) 

Scott, S. (Elizabeth Dodsworth) Ch 

E. D., Sarah L., Gilbert W., Rhoda 
H., Ira E., Winfield W., Annie F., 
Alfred E., Emma E., Hattie B.; 
"-Scott Haven Farm" Franklin Rl 
Sec33 Pct29 T14 R9 (1855) 

Scott, William T. (Lillian B.) Ch Paul 
B.; "Lindenwood Farm" Jackson- 
ville R6 Sec25 Pct34 T15 RIO O85a 
(1870) 

Sears, H. W. (Anna Stewart) Ch Law- 
rence, Bright; "Lone Pine Farm" 
Waverly Rl Sec21 Pctl2 T14 R8 
O80a (1905) 

Sears, I. L. (Anna Magill) Ch Adrian; 
"Lone Pine Farm" Waverly Rl 
Sec20 Pctll T14 R8 T80a H. W. 
Sears (1911) 

Sears, J. B. (Bertha Van Winkle) Ch 
Clodagle H.; "Lone Pine Farms" 
Waverly Rl Sec21 Pctl2 T14 R8 
O88a (1905) 

Seawalt, Elizabeth Ch Edward, Os- 
car, Lester, Mary, Hattie; Arenz- 
R2 Sec9 Pct87 T16 Rll O53a 
(1851) 

Seaver, T. J. (Julia Feore) Ch James, 
Christina, Kathryn, Nicholas, Re- 
gina; Waverly Rl Secl7 Pctll T14 
R8 TlOOa James Feore (1913) 

Self, C. C. (Annie M. Ketner) Ch J. 
T.; Woodson Rl Sec28. Pct57 T14 
RIO . OSla T142a J. F. Ketner 
- (1861) 

Self, J. T. (Emma Gallagher) Ch H. 
Maurino, Miriam, Eloise; Woodson 
Rl Sec28 Pct57 T14 RIO T142a J. 

F. Ketner (1887) 

Servoss, Ernest L. (Fannie Belchey) 
Ch Vida, Earl, Claude; Jackson- 
ville R2 Sec9 Pct87 T16 Rll O53a 
Sam Larimore (1871) 



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Sevier, John H. (Kate Harris) Wa- 

verly R3 Sec21 Pct3 T13 R8 O260a 

(1867) 
Sevier, J. W. (Genevieve Peebles) 

Ch Ruth L.; Waverly R3 Sec8 Pct2 

T13 R8 T260a D. A. Sevier (1893) 
Seymour, Albert M. (Maud Blue) Ch 

Marvin, Eleanor, Kathyrn, Karolyn; 

Franklin R2 Secll Pct20 T13 R9 

T80a Seymour Est. (1884) 
Seymour, Bird (Matilda Rees) Ch 

Edith A., Leonard B., Gus M.; 

Franklin R2 Secl3 Pctl9 T13 R9 

O127a (1869) 
Seymour, Charles N. (Belle Slack) 

Ch May, Maude, Zora, Alice; 

Franklin Rl Sec26 Pct30 T14 R9 

O120a (1887) 
Seymour, Charles O. (Ida Austin) Ch 

Paul, Glen, Bruce, Doris, Delia; 

Franklin R2 Sec29 Pct22 T13 R9 

O40a (1860) 
Seymour, Dale (Ollie Miner) Ch 

Glenna Mae, Taylor, Nelson; 

Franklin R2 Secl4 Pct25 T14 R9 

O60a (1881) 
Seymour, Earl (Mary Crawford) Ch 

Mary E.; Franklin Rl Sec34 Pct30 

T14 R9 T80a J. W. Seymour (1889) 
Seymour, Elbert (Kinda Henry) 

Franklin R2 Sec27 Pct23 T13 R9 

T160a John B. Seymour (1883) 
Seymour, Fred (Sallie Bourland) 

Waverly Rl Secl3 PctS T13 R8 

O40a (1866) 

Seymour, F. A. (Carrie Darley), Wa- 
verly R3 Sec7 Pct2 T13 R8 O56a 

T132a (1882) 
Seymour, George (Gallic Jones) Ch 

Helen, Flossie, Mary, Henrietta, 

Eliza; Franklin R2 Secl9 Pct22 T13 

R9 O62a (1872) 
Seymour, George W. (Sadie Tunnel) 

Franklin R2 Secll Pct20 T13 R9 

O46a (1876) 
Seymour, Gus Ch Guy T., Van D.; 

Murrayville R4 Secl7 Pct22 T13 R9 

O180a (1858) 
Seymour, Gus M. (Edna Wood) Ch 

Katherine-, Marjorie A., Frances E., 

Maurice B., Marion B.; Franklin R2 

Secl3 Pctl9 T13 R9 O41a (1882) 
Seymour, Guy T. (Irene Virgin) 

Franklin R2 Secl7 Pct22 T13 R9 

T60a Gus Seymour (1893) 
Seymour, Harry W. (Eva Henry) Ch 

Hilda, Eva, Rex, Fern; Franklin 

R2 Secl6 Pct21 T13 R9 O67a (1895) 
Seymour, Isom (Mary R. Dunkin) Ch 

Leon, Stephen, Edith, Gertie, Mag- 
gie, Edna, Orion, Russell; Franklin 

R2 Secll Pct20 T13 R9 OlOOa 

(1852) 



Seymour, James R. (Rose Birdsell) 
Ch Daisy, Geraldine; Franklin Rl 
SecS Pct28 T13 R9 O147a (1871) 

Seymour, Julius (Nannie Johnson) 
Franklin R2 Secl6 Pct21 T13 R9 
T85a W. S. Seymour (1884) 

Seymour, J. Ch Ella R., Sarah F.; 
Franklin R2 Seel Pctl9 T13 R9 
Farm Hand C. N. Reeves (1832) 

Seymour, J. L. (Effie Woods) Frank- 
lin Sec30 Pctll T14 R8 O104a 
(1877) 

Seymour, Leon E. (Clara Woods) Ch 
Bessie, Ruby, Charles, Permelia; 
Franklin R2 Sec2 Pct20 T13 R9 
O87a (1878) 

Seymour, Lewis (Laura E. Story) 
Franklin R2 Secl6 Pct21 T13 R9 
O120a (1877) 

Seymour, Maurice (Nancy Anderson) 
Ch Myrtle, Stella M.; Woodson Rl 
Sec28 Pct57 T14 RIO O80a (1847) 

Seymour, Moses (Molly B. Hayes) Ch 
Homer W., Wilson; Franklin R2 
Sec28 Pct23 T13 R9 O120a (1870) 

Seymour Orion (Helen Willerton) Ch 
Marvin; Franklin R2 Secll Pct20 
T13 R9 O20a (1889) 

Seymour, Parker (Eabie Rolson) Ch 
Mildred, Roena; Franklin Rl Sec28 
Pct30 T14 R9 T25a Mary E. Sey- 
mour Est. (1893) 

Seymour, Samuel B. (Rose Wheeler) 
Ch Lawrence; Franklin R2 Sec21 
Pct23 T13 R9 O125a (1872) 

Seymour, Wallace E. (Minnie T. 
Hayes) Ch Ruth L., Ester M., 
Gladys C., Dwight E., Alton P., 
Mildred M.; Franklin R2 Sec27 
Pct23 T13 R9 O149a (1868) 

Seymour, William S. (Susan Austin) 
Ch Ida, Finis, Julius, Hallie, 
Martha; Franklin R2 Secl6 Pct21 
T13 R9 O222a (1858) 

Shanahan, Edward (Mary Doolin) 
'Jacksonville R2 Sec31 Pct34 T15 
R9 Farm Hand P. T. Shanahan 
(1875) 

Shanahan, James N. (Mary Sheehan) 
Ch Francis, Joseph, Mary, Mar- 
garet, Catherine, Irene; Jackson- 
ville R2 Seel Pct65 T14 Rll P. T. 
Shanahan (1873) 

Shanahan, P. T. (Mary Hacket) Ch 
William, James, Edward, Michael, 
Steven, Henry; Jacksonville R2 
Seel Pct65 T14 Rll O344a (1860) 

Shanahan, William (Anna Whalen) 
Ch John; Jacksonville R2 Seel 
Pct65 T14 Rll O60a T120a O. F. 
Conklin (1871) 



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Shanle, Felix (Margaret Bergschnei- 

der) Ch Raymond J., Marie C.; 

Waverly Rl Secl6 Pctl2 T14 R8 

O80a (1882) 

Shanle, Frank Waverly Rl Sec21 

Pctl2 T14 R8 O90a (1876) 
Sheehan, John Ch Mamie, Daniel, 
Catherine, P. L., Rose; Woodson 
Rl Sec29 Pct58 T14 RIO O280a 
(1860) 

Shekelton, James (Elizabeth Shekel- 
ton) Ch Robert W., Arnold H.; 
"Pleasant View Farm" Waverly Rl 
Sec4 Pct2 T13 R8 O118a (1885) 
Shepard, Peter Ch Mabel Susan; 
Waverly R3 Sec31 PctllS T13 R8 
Farm Hand Walter A. Rouland 
(1872) 

Shepley, Sidney (Emma Penton) Ch 
Harvey, Norabell, Thomas, Annie; 
Murrayville R3 Sec22 Pct48 T13 RIO 
O65a (1865) 

Sheppard, C. R. (Leona Wright) Ch 
Irvin, Roy, Bernice, Marjorie; 
Woodson Rl Secl4 Pct54 T14 RIO 
T188a J. H. Scott (1887) 
Sheppard, Luther (Carrie E. Robin- 
son) Ch Lloyd Martin; Woodson Rl 
Secl6 Pct53 T14 RIO O80a (1868) 
Sheppard, S. S. (Mary Perkins) Ch 
Pearl, Ray, Bryan, Neva, Julian, 
Inez, Albert, Susie; Murrayville 
R4 Sec4 Pct43 T13 RIO O160a (1862) 
Shibe, J. V. (Fannie Carlton) Ch Ercil, 
Albert, Max, Ruth; Jacksonville R8 
SeclS Pct66 T16 RIO T25a J. H. 
Lindsay (1891) 

Shirkey, William A. (Minnie A. Lyles) 

Ch Lottie G., Florence J.; Arenzville 

R2 Secl4 Pct66 T16 Rll Farm Hand 

(1891) 

Shirtcliff, L. M. Jacksonville R2 SecS 

Pct77 T14 Rll O112a (1869) 
Short, C. E. (Ella Keplinger) Ch 
Ethel, Edith, Rachel; Waverly R2 
Sec33 Pct8 T13 R8 T320a B. F. Kep- 
linger (1877) 

Short, C. J. (Francis Walker) Wav- 
erly R2 Sec27 Pct7 T13 R8 Farm 
Hand Walt Carethers (1887) 
Short, F. E. (Leota Simmons) Ch Iva, 
Lawrence; Murrayville R2 Sec33 
Pct48 T13 RIO TlSla Adelia Blake- 
man (1907) 

Short, John S. (Lucinda Hutton) Ch 
Gilbert, Lula, Libby, Maggie, 
Charles, John, Angie, Ida, Sadie; 
Murrayville R2 Sec32 Pct49 T13 RIO 
O80a (1884) 

Shortridge, Ray B. (Sadie E. Par- 
rott) Ch Lee Ella; Ashland Rl 
Secl4 Pct41 T16 R9 T207a John Par- 
rott Est. (1903) 



Shumaker, Walter A. (Lillie F. Moss) 
Ch John E., Wilber G.; Chapin R3 
Sec35 Pctl04 T16 Rll T55a John 
Moss (1882) 

Sieving, Rev. J. H. F. (Mary Thiess) 
Ch Herman, Wilbert, Erna; Chapin 
Rl Sec27 Pctl04 T16 R12 Tla Luth- 
eran Churqfc (1906) 
Simmons, C. W. (Annie Lemon) Ch 
Carl, Lois, Louise; Murrayville R3 
Sec28 Pct48 T13 RIO T213a John 
Osbome (1897) 

Simmons, Perry (Nellie Gertrude' Ai- 
red) Ch Ralph, Ruth, Emory, 
Helen; Murrayville R4 Sec9 Pct43 
T13 RIO O80a (1892) 
Simpson, Horace (Hattie Mann) Ch 
Stewart, Lucile, Gilbert; "Fertile 
Valley Farm" Prentice Rl Sec28 
PctlS T16 R8 O190a (1911) 
Sims, Leon (Ruth Watts) Waverly R2 
Sec7 Pctl9 T13 R8 T60a E C 
Everett (1916) 

Sims, John J. Ch Albert, Henry, Etta, 
Lizzie, Erne, John, Otis, Eda, Roy, 
Inez; Waverly R2 Sec26 Pct7 T13 
R8 O480a (1849) 

Sims, John M. (Hazle Watts) Wav- 
erly R2 Sec25 Pct6 T13 R8 TlOOa 
(1893) 

Sinclair, Albert M. (Emma M. Bowen) 

Ch Cecil R., Rowena L., Herbert L.; 

Prentice Rl Sec36 Pct41 T16 R8 

T400a (1901) 

Sinclair, Herbert L. Sinclair Rl Sec26 

Pct41 T16 R9 O40a (1903) 
Skinner, Chester M. (Minnie Wege- 
hoft) Ch Frank, Carl, Bernice, Rus- 
sell, Albert; Meredosia . Rl Secll 
PctlOS T16 R13 O80a (1889) 
Slack, W. H. (Mary Bubb) Ch Addie, 
Annie, Edna; Franklin Rl Sec26 
Pct56 T14 R9 OlOOa (1862) 
Smith, Albert (Anna Witte) Ch David, 
Pearl, Laura, Floyd, Alfred; Jack- 
sonville R4 Sec29 Pct72 T16 RIO 
Farm Hand William Jones (1893) 
Smith, Allen C. (Josephine Hennes- 
sey) Ch Dorothy; Jacksonville R2 
Sec31 Pct65 T15 RIO T173a F 
Strawn (1893) 

Smith, Benjamin A. (Bessie Virgin) 
Ch Clyde V.; Woodson Rl Sec25 
PctS6 T14 RIO T86a (1892) 
Smith, Charles F. (Susan Fitzimmons) 
Ch Pauline, Harold; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec28 Pct86 T15 Rll T80a John 
Vasey (1877) 

Smith, Clarence E. (Emma Lisenbee) 
Ch Harvey, Lawrence, Orville, Har- 
old, Helen; Jacksonville R7 Secl2 
Pct84 T15 Rll T192a Ed. V. Smith 
(1882) 
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Smith, Cree (Hattie Beaney) Ch 
Lloyd, Edward; Jacksonville R8 
Sec36 Pct70 T16 RIO T320a E. Hen- 
derson and J. Stout (1889) 

Smith, Elmer G. (Pearl Stewart) Ch 
Owen, Clyde; Jacksonville R4 Sec4 
Pct87 T16 Rll O107a (1889) 

Smith, Mrs. Emma G. (Emma G. Gil- 
bert) Ch Laura, David, Eloise; Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec24 Pct85 T15 Rll 
O211a (1876) 

Smith, Henry (J. A. Dyer, House- 
keeper) Ch Ethel, Wyman W., Rus- 
sell; Murrayville R3 SeclS Pct22 
T13 R9 Farm Hand H. Wilcox 
(1905) 

Smith, James W. (Louise Jenning) 
Ch Nora, Wesley, William, Naomi; 
Jacksonville R3 SeclO Pct62 T15 
RIO Wesley Smith (1846) 

Smith, James W. (Mary McCormick) 
Ch Milton, Olive, George, Alex, 
Kate, Myrtle; Jacksonville R8 Sec8 
Pct61 T15 RIO TlOa C. C. Beryman 
(1892) 

Smith, John C. (M. Gertrude Lough- 
ary) Ch Claude B., Kenneth L.; 
Concord Rl Sec22 Pct91 T16 Rll 
T160a Sanders Est. (1875) 

Smith, John H. (Laura J. Kelley) Ch 
Eola, Clyde, Claud; Murrayville R3 
Sec31 PctllS T13 R9 OllOa (1898) 

Smith, John R. (Belle Wilson) Ch 
Oliver E., Harry F.; Woodson Rl 
Sec28 Pct57 T14 RIO O60a (1849) 

Smith, Joseph M. (Lelia Benderman) 
Jacksonville R4 Sec6 PctSl T15 RIO 
OlOa (1875) 

Smith, J. J. Ch Delia, Buelah; Jack- 
sonville R4 Secl6 T15 RIO Ola 
(1872) 

Smith, Lloyd (Eleanor Williams) Ch 
Miriam, Vada; Arnold Sec30 Pct34 
T15 R9 Farm Hand Amos Coker 
(1892) 

Smith, Marshall (Ada Morrison) Ch 
Raymond, Otis; Concord Rl Secl6 
Pct87 T16 Rll O120a (1864) 

Smith, Melvin O. (Estella Petefish) 
"Sunnyside Farm" Concord Rl 
Sec23 "Pct89 T16 Rll OlSSa (1875) 

Smith, Nolan (Octave Dennison) Ch 
Florence, Lloyd, Nolan, Octava, 
Amy; Jacksonville R6 Sec30 Pct34 
T15 R9 TlOSa John Holley and T. 
W. Arnold (1891) 

Smith, Raymond (Nola Coultas) Con- 
cord Rl Secl6 Pct87 T16 Rll T60a 
(1893) 

Smith, Robert T. (Effie B. Kindred) 
Ch Ruth G.; Woodson Rl Sec35 
Pct56 T14 RIO T160a A. R. Greg- 
ory (1875) 



Smith, T. B. (Alpha J. Six) Ch Roy 
T., Floyd B., Lawrence, Byron, 
Ruby M.; Jacksonville R5 Sec30 
Pct28 T14 R9 O160a (1870) 

Smith, Walter (Ada Parkin) Ch Ben- 
jamin, Mae; Woodson Rl Sec36 
Pct31 T14 R9 O120a (1887) 

Smith, Wesley T. (Nellie Nunes) Ch 
Irene; Jacksonville R3 SeclO Pct62 
T15 RIO O30a (1878) 

Smith, William H. (Melissa Foster) 
Sinclair Rl Sec34 Pct40 T16 R9 
T80a Thomas Harrison (1874) 

Smock, Isaac (Nellie Daniels) Ch 
Troy, Will, Dora, Cecil, Roy; Mur- 
rayville R4 Sec8 Pct45 T13 RIO 
Farm Hand V. Baker (1894) 

Snyder, Benjamin (Nina Moore) Ch 
Lucile, Robert; Chapin R3 Secl7 
Pct83 T15 Rll Farm Hand (1889) 

Snyder, G. W. (Emma Kaiser) Frank- 
lin Rl Sec28 Pct30 T14 R9 T200a 
Ransdell Est. (1887) 

Sooy, E. P. (Belle McAllister) Ch 
Myrtle, Carl, Harold, Bernice; Mur- 
rayville R4 SeclO Pct43 T13 RIO 
T120a Thomas Tissington (1881) 

Sooy, E. R. (Rena Henry) Ch Law- 
rence, Oliver; Murrayville R4 Seel 
Pct42 T13 RIO O60a (1883) 

Sooy, George (Mary Jackson) Ch 
Earl; Murrayville R4 Secl6 Pct43 
T13 RIO O80a (1867) 

Soper, V. I. (Nevada Robbins) Ch 
Edna; Jacksonville R2 Sec2 Pct76 
T14 Rll Farm Hand L. L. Lewis 
(1917) 

Sorrell, Ed. (Thana Kehl) Ch Lloyd, 
Minnie; Murrayville R4 Sec24 Pct46 
- T13 RIO O40a (1865) 

Sorrill, William H. (Bertha Water- 
field) Ch James A., Raymond M.; 
Literberry Rl Sec25 Pct70 T16 RIO 
O50a Sec30 Pct39 T16 R9 T60a Mrs. 
Frank Farrow (1884) 

Spainhower, John (Ellen Conlee) Ch 
Lucy E., Milton, John R. ; Franklin 
R3. SeclO Pct26 T14 R9 OlOOa 
(1867) 

Spainhower, John R. (Alma Filling- 
ham) Franklin R3 SeclO Pct26 T14 
R9 TlOOa John Spainhower (1895) 

Spainhower, M. W. (Mabel Hood) 
Ch Russell; Waverly R2 Sec29 Pct8 
T13 R8 T20a Oliver Miller (1886) 

Spainhower, Riley Pisgah Rl SeclS 
Pct55 T14 R9 T80a W. Beekman 
(1887) 

Sparks, William (Jennie Witham) Ch 
William E., Lucy G.; Jacksonville 
R6 Sec9 Pct26 T14 R9 Farm Hand 
Charles Wood (1894) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Spaulding, Mrs. Mary (Mary John- 
son) Ch Charles, William, Ohrlo, 
Mae; Jacksonville R7 Secl3 Pct84 
T1S Rll O27a (1844) 

Spencer, James E. (Nannie Bise) Ch 
Eulah L., James P., Charles W., 
Mary F., Harry E.; Prentice Rl 
Sec24 Pct41 T16 R9 T245a T. B. 
O'Rear (1898) 

Spencer, W. R. (Lydia Culwell) Ch 
Charles, Ida, Samuel, Bert, Leon- 
ard, Alva, Ernest, Vena, Lois; Mur- 
rayville R4 Sec24 Pct46 T13 RIO 
O78a (1858) 

Sperry, Charles L. (Sadie Tipton) Ch 
Clyde, Walter, Nellie, Roy, Ruth, 
Nettie, Robert, Percy, Vernon, 
Floyd; Jacksonville R4 Sec9 Pct83 
T15 Rll Ola (1856) 

Sperry, Horace H. (Minnie Duncan) 
Ch Clarence, Charles, Martha, Hor- 
ace; Waverly R2 Sec27 Pct7 T13 
R8 O22a (1887) 

Sperry, Oscar A. (Daisy Ried) Ch 
Russell, William, Hubart, Wilmer, 
Alene, Opal, Lester; Modesto R35 
Sec31 PctllS T13 R9 T80a Walter 
Withebee (1887) 

Sperry, W. H. (Birdy B. Reed) Wav- 
erly R3 SeclS Pct3 T13 R8 T60a 
Jack Woods (1892) 

Spies, Fred (Sarah Gordon) Waverly 
R2 Sec34 Pct7 T13 R8 O20a (1907) 

Spiker, Charles E. (Mary Ryman) Ch 
Bessie, Cynthia, Charles G.; Wav- 
erly Rl Sec3 Pct2 T13 R8 O80a 
(1885) 

Spires, Edgar (Hazel Seymour) Ch 
Raymond; "Walnut Mound" Frank- 
lin R2 Secl7 Pct22 T13 R9 O57a 
(1887) 

Spires, Francis M. (Mary Seymour) 
Ch Edgar, Delia, Fred; Franklin 
R2 Sec9 Pct21 T13 R9 O40a (1859) 

Spires, Marion (Lulu Leak) Ch Ber- 
nice; Franklin R2 Secll Pct20 T13 
R9 O80a (1877) 

Spires, Otto (Maggie Bland) Ch Min- 
nie; Franklin Rl Sec33 Pct29 T14 
R9 T168a H. Spires (1887) 

Splain, Mrs. S. F. (Stella Dyer) Jack- 
sonville R7 Seel PctSl T15 Rll 
T80a A. A. Dyer (1913) 

Stanbery, A. A. (Samantha Moutrey) 
Ch Johanna, William, Albert S., 
Jodie, Phyllis; Waverly Rl Sec32 
Pctl3 T14 R8 O160a Dan Gorman 
(1913) 

Standley, Edward (Gracie Young) Ch 
Bertha, Charles H., Glen, Fred F., 
Walter, Mabel, Roy H., Russell; 
Chapin R3 Sec35 Pct90 T16 Rll 
T90a R. Standley (1866) 



Standley, Richard (May Dorand) Ch 
Lloyd, Muriel, Beatrice, Philip, 
Eugene, Marvin; Chapin R3 Sec35 
Pct90 T16 Rll TlOOa R. Standley, 
Sr. (1868) 

Stanley, John (Lottie Nash) Ch Bes- 
sie, Mary, Bertha, Pearl, Howard, 
Janie, Walter, Virgil, Christine; 
Waverly R2 Secl4 Pct89 T16 Rll 
O15a (1864) 

Stansfield, David (Alice Kingsley) Ch 
Archie; Murrayville R3 Secl7 Pct45 
T13 RIO O80a (1857) 

Stansfield, William (Emily Vertrees) 
Murrayville R3 Sec22 Pct48 T13 RIO 
O160a (1887) 

Stapleton, Clark (Minnie Jones) Ch 
Walter, Essielee, Kinnon, Emily A., 
Alexander Rl Secl9 PctlS T15 R8 
Farm Hand William Cockin (1911) 

Stapleton, T. M. (Mary White) Wav- 
erly Rl Sec28 Pct8 T14 R8 T164a 
Mrs. P. Stapleton (1910) 

Starr, James M. (Stella Backus) Ch 
Phyllis, Nellie, Leslie; "Starr Dairy 
Farm" Jacksonville R6 Sec22 Pct63 
T1S RIO O442a (1895) 

Steinberg, Riney (Etta Nergenah) 
Meredosia Rl Secl7 Pct98 T16 R12 
O80a (1871) 

Stenemeyer, B. Ch Stephen, Sophia, 
Kathryn, Josephine, Bernard, Mar- 
garet; New Berlin R30 Sec3 Pct9 
T14 R8 O120a (1856) 

Stienberg, T. R. (Frances Powers) 
Meredosia Rl Sec21 Pctl02 T1.6 R12 
O62^a (1870) 

Stephens, James (Luzeta McGowand) 
Ch Bessie, Genetta, Hattie, Lola, 
Felix, Ollie, Benjamin, Eliza, John; 
Jacksonville R8 Sec26 Pct71 T16 
RIO Farm Hand Black Bros. (1912) 

Stephens, John (Angie Mayes) Ch 
Euphemia, Ellen; Franklin R2 Secl6 
Pct21 T13 R9 T90a M. E. Cooper 
(1900) 

Stephenson, Elisha (Elizabeth Mc- 
Pherson) Ch Lilly, John, Albert, 
Charles, Mattie, William; Jackson- 
ville Rl Sec29 Pct86 T15 Rll O45a 
T15a John Vasey (1895) 

Stevenson, E. K. (Jennie McCrudy) 
Pisgah Secl7 Pct27 T14 R9 T160a 
Ivan Wood (1911) 

Stevenson, E. R. (Gertrude Cleary) 
Jacksonville Rl Sec24 Pct85 T15 
Rll T72a Henry S. Stevenson (1880) 

Stevenson, Howard (Ruth Jackson) 
Anna, Ruth; "Locust Grove Stock 
Farm" Jacksonville Rl Secl4 Pct84 
T15 Rll T185a Henry S. Stevenson 
(1890) 



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Stevenson, H. Clark (Nell Reed) 
"Farm Home" Jacksonville R6 
Sec27 Pct35 T15 R9 T160a Irvin 
Stevenson (1884) 

Stevenson, Irvin Ch H. Clark; Jack- 
sonville R6 Sec27 Pct35 T15 R9 
O160a (1848) 

Stewart, C. E. (Dessie Pogue) Ch 
Claude, tester; Waverly R3 SeclO 
Pct2 T13 R8 T117a Mary J. Cald- 
well (1909) 

Stewart, Henry C. (Fannie L. Davis) 
"Elm Grove Stock Farm" Jackson- 
ville R6 Sec4 Pct26 T14 R9 O220a 
(1859) 

Stewart, Jesse (Mary McCracken) 
Waverly R2 Sec29 Pct8 T13 R8 
T140a J. W. Short (1889) 

Stewart, John F. (Sadie Pogue) Ch 
Ilene, Ruth; Waverly R2 Sec33 Pct8 
T13 R8 T80a Ned Goff (1885) 

Stewart, J. M. (Elma Browning) Ch 
Byron, Leon, Edith, John, Ethel, 
Ina, Clara, Nellie, Beulah; Jackson- 
ville Rl Sec24 Pct85 T15 Rll O331a 
(1900) 

Stewart, L. J. (Laura Parrott) Ch 
Ollie, Harold, John, Myron, Lorine, 
Chester, Russell; Sinclair Rl Sec23 
Pct41 T16 R9 O290a (1865) 

Stewart, Otis (Lucille DeLong) Ch 
Verna, Gladys; Waverly R2 Sec30 
PctllS T13 R8 T90a Hardin Barto 
(1894) 

Stewart, Robert (Nora White) Ch 
Edgar, Willie, Elmer; Waverly R2 
Sec36 Pct6 T13 R8 O240a Farm 
Hand W. H. Roher (1911) 

Stewart, Robert L. (Minnie Ogle) Ch 
Roy, Gladys; Sinclair Rl Sec23 
Pct41 T16 R9 O120a (1873) 

Stice, Coy M. (Elenora G. Dahman) 
Ch Anna, Mae; "Hackberry 
Heights" Literberry Rl Sec9 Pct69 
T16 RIO T120a William Dahman 
(1891) 

Stice, George (Nellie Pue) Ch Lester, 
Florence; Waverly R2 Sec23 Pct5 
T13 R8 O120a T120a (1862) 

Stice, G. L. (Lennie Luttrell) Ch Ben- 
nie L., Van A., Erne M., George W., 
Frank P., Elsie L., Olin R., Louetta 
F., Charles C; Sinclair Rl Sec33 
Pct40 T16 R9 O85a (1856) 

Stice, John M. (Lula Brown) Ch Roy, 
Coy, Irena P., Lucetta, Byron B., 
Leona F., Dorothy O., Armour, 
Ogle; Ashland Rl Secll Pct36 T16 
R9 O160a T215a W. E. Clapp and 
J. Baumgarten (1868) 



Stice, W. E. (Lill Peck) Ch Carrie, 
Cornelia; Waverly R2 Secl4 Pctll2 
T14 R8 O69a (1859) 

Still, W. A. (Matilda Spencer) Ch 
Emory, Carl, Lee; Murrayville R2 
Sec29 Pct49 T13 RIO O80a (1863) 

Stillwell, James (Lena Dennis) Ch 
Geno, Joseph, Georgie, Jennie, Sil- 
vey, Bessie, Mellie, Lewie; Waverly 
R3 Sec24 PctS T13 R8 T55a Dan 
Seyner (1875) 

Stillwell, Joseph L. (Mildred Austin) 
Waverly Rl Sec33 Pctl3 T14 R8 
Farm Hand J. R. McConnell (1897) 

Stillwell, J. H. (Grace Pierce) Ch 
Leta, Lena, Annis, William; Jack- 
sonville R5 Sec2 PctSO T14 RIO 
Farm Hand C. York (1869) 

Stockton, Jacob (Mary E. Bingman) 
Ch Jeff, Lena, Sandy C., Bertha, 
William; Sinclair Sec29 Pct39 T16 
R9 Farm Hand John Swain Est. 
(1842) 

Stockton, Jeff (Anna Rush) Ch Ethel; 
Sinclair Rl Sec22 Pct40 T16 R9 
T50a (1869) 

Storry, Charles F. (Ida Seymour) 
Franklin R2 Sec20 Pct22 T13 R9 
O140a (1876) 

Story, Edward C. (Lulu Ruyle) Ch 
Sabra R., Eula M., Velma L.; Frank- 
lin Rl Sec21 Pct25 T14 R9 T160a 
James Bond (1868) 

Story, F. L. (Lottie Grider) Ch Web- 
ster; Murrayville R4 Sec24 Pct46 
T13 RIO T138a E. H. Grider (1893) 

Story, I. P. (Nettie A. Osborne) Mur- 
rayville R3 Secl6 Pct43 T13 RIO 
T80a F. W. Story (1889) 

Story, L. J. (Alice Kelley) Ch Clifton, 
Esther; Franklin R3 Secl2 Pct42 
T14 R9 T80a M. Keplinger (1866) 

Story, Stanley Murrayville R3 Secl9 
Pct49 T13 RIO Farm Hand Ed. Os- 
borne (1912) 

Stotts, Jacob (Mary Gilles) Ch Nealy, 
Olive, Violet; Chapin Rl Sec3 Pct95 
T15 R12 Ola (1850) 

Stotts, James U. (Violet West) Bluffs 
Rl Sec32 Pctl03 T16 R12 T8a H. F. 
Ommen (1898) 

Stout, William N. (Emma Stephen- 
son) Jacksonville R7 Secll Pct84 
T15 Rll O21a T135a James York 
Est. (1858) 

Strawn, Harold M. (Lottie Marrs) Ch 
Harold B.; Orleans Sec23 Pct35 T15 
R9 T327a Joel G. Strawn (1893) 

Strawn, Joel (Kate Covington) Ch 
Ernest, Mabel, Henry, Isaiah, Har- 
old, Elmer, Howard; Orleans Sec25 
PctlS T1S R9 O327a (1862) 



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Strawn, J. B. (Cora L. Lewis) Ch 
Virgil L.; Franklin R3 SeclS Pctll 
T14 R8 T200a William McCarthy 
(1887) 

Strawn, Mrs. May E. (May E. Mont- 
gomery) Jacksonville R7 Secl3 
Pct84 T1S Rll OlSSj^a 

Strickler, S. B. (Winnie Wax) Ch 
Norma, Hazel, Glenn, Helen, Fran- 
cis; Literberry Rl Sec24 Pct70 T16 
RIO T80a Walter Long (1911) 

Stringer, William (Augustine Thady) 
Ch Harry, Fred, Mary; Murrayville 
Rl Sec26 Pct56 T14 Rll T170a 
T. Stringer (1877) 

Strubbe, Albert (Etta Strubbe, Sis- 
ter) Literberry Rl Sec8 Pct69 T16 
RIO Farm Hand Jim Canady 
(1883) 

Strubbe, R. F. (Pearl Decker) Crf 
Paul M., Cecil W.; Jacksonville R4 
SeclS Pct68 T16 RIO Farm Hand 
D. E. Kennedy (1913) 

Stubblefield, T. M. (Thersa Wiggen- 
ppst) Ch Mary R. K., Carl E., Fran- 
cis A.; Jacksonville R6 Sec9 Pct26 
T14 R9 T23^a (1897) 

Stubblefield, Woodson (Lizzie Gil- 
more) Ch Irene; Jacksonville R7 
Sec20 Pct69 T16 RIO Farm Hand 
S. O. "Snuff (1916) 

Sturdy, Allan R. (Laura A. Potter) 
Ch Mary C, Helen E. C, Robert A., 
Nylene E.; Woodson Rl Sec28 
Pct57 T14 RIO T88a John Doolin 
(1897) 

Sturdy, G. M. (Mary Allan) Ch 
Georgia, Allan, Maud, Earl, Lee, 
Clyde; Jacksonville R2 Sec9 Pct76 
T14 Rll O120a (1894) 

Sublett, Delbert (Sallie Haynes) Wav- 
erly Rl Sec22 Pctl2 T14 R8 T80a 
Dan Gorman (1877) 



Sublette, Dell (Sarah Haynes) Ch 
Merrill, Wayne; Waverly Rl Sec24 
T14 R8 Farm Hand M. A. Gorman 
(1887) 

Sullivan, Ch (Julia Osborn) Murray- 
ville R2 Secl7 Pct45 T13 RIO O32a 
(1909) 

Sullivan, Patrick D. (Julia Doolan) 
Ch William, Margaret, Jane, Roger, 
Joseph, Anna, Mary; Murrayville 
Rl Sec26-35 PctSO T14 Rll O80a 
(1865) 

Surratt Asie (Pearl DeOrnellas) Ch 
Jacksonville R2 Sec36 Pct65 T15 
Rll Farm Hand M. S. Zachery 
(1915) 

Surratt Crawford (Mary McDonald) 
Ch Alta, Cora, Raymond, Thomas, 
Myrtle, Everett, William, Lawrence, 
Harvey; Jacksonville R7 Secl3 
Pct84 T15 Rll T25a B. Dower 
(1899) 

Surratt, Raymond (Hallie Gerard) Ch 
Raymond R., Dewie B.; Jackson- 
ville R7 Sec3 PctSl T15 Rll 
Farm Hand Charles Leake (1896) 

Swain, Charles (Mary E. Stander- 
ford) Ch Myrtle, Helen, Nellie, 
John T.; Prentice Rl Secl9 Pctl8 
T16 R8 O300a (1862) 

Swain, George R (J. Ellen Black) 
"Sunny Maple Farm" Sinclair Rl 
Sec29 Pct39 T16 R9 O190a (1847) 

Swain, James C. (Emma D. Dimmitt) 
Ch Clara P., John D., Harold, Hor- 
ace; Sinclair Rl Sec33 Pct40 T16 
R9 O200a (1855) 

Swain, John (Minnie Foster) Ch 
Emma, Kenneth; Prentice Secl9 
PctlS T16 R8 T250a Charles Swain 
(1888) 

Sweet, E. L. (Lulu Peak) Ch Allyn 
P., Cullen B., Edgar L.; "Prairie 
Home Farm" Franklin R3 Secl3 
Pct25 T14 R9 O120a (1874) 



Talkington, Joseph S. (Jane Slavins) 
Ch Lewis, Jason, Rose; Waverly 
R2 Sec33 Pct8 T13 R8 O30a (1887) 

Tappenbeck, Theodore (Minnie Om- 
men) Ch Wilbur; Concord Rl 
Sec26-24 PctlOl T16 R12 O160a 
T200a A. Bartelhein (1897) 

Tarzwell, Frank (Allie Lonergan) Ch 
Raymond; Jacksonville R2 Secl2 
Pct79 T14 Rll (1892) 



Tarzwell, H. A. Woodson Rl Sec35 
Pct56 T14 RIO T160a A. M. Masters 
(1885) 

Tarzwell, William A. (Ellen Dewire) 
Ch Rosia, Margaret, Harry, Emma, 
Frank, Jesse; Jacksonville R2 Secl2 
PctSO T14 Rll O125a (1859) 

Taylor, Charles H. (Retta Hill) 
Chapin R2 Secl2 PctlOS T15 R12 
OlOOa (1859) 



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Taylor, George (Minnie Scott) Ch 
Mary Louise; Waverly R3 SeclO 
Pct2 T13 R8 TSOa Mrs. Annie Scott 
(1875) 

Taylor, George (Sarah Bailey) Ch 
Ada; Prentice Secl2 Pct36 T16 R9 
O12a (18-70) 

Taylor, G. W. (Ellen Holloway) Ch 
Otis, Flossie, Martha, Bertha, Clar- 
ence, Russell, Earl, Georgia; Jack- 
sonville R8 Sec2 Pct60 T15 RIO 
T208a Emma Henderson (1916) 
Taylor, Harry S. (Blanche Lamb) Ar- 
nold Sec34 PctSO T15 RIO Farm 
Hand J. W. Arnold (1890) 
Taylor, L. G. (Anna Marquard) Ch 
Rosie, Mary, Ulah L., Gilbert, Jr.; 
Jacksonville R8 Sec25 Pct70 T16 
RIO TSOa Sam Lorimore (1888) 
Taylor, Mrs. Margaret M. (Margaret 
McGinnis) Ch Frances, Mary; 
Woodson Rl Secl3 Pct79 T14 Rll 
O80a (1851) 

Taylor, O. E. Ch Ray, Roy, Robert, 
George; Jacksonville R8 Sec2 Pct60 
T15 RIO T208a Emma Henderson 
(1907) 

Taylor, S. T. (Laura Withey) Ch 
Louisa, Charles, Bessie, John, Em- 
ma; Chapin R2 Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 
O69a (1845) 

Teele, Charles E. Ch Ruth K., J. Earl, 
Eunice V., Helen E.; Waverly Rl 
SeclS Pctl2 T14 R8 O200a (1887) 
Templin, Curtis (Alice Maroney) Ch 
Raymond; Jacksonville R3 Sec22 
Pet 63 T15 RIO TlOOa A. Thorn 
(1905) 

Tendick, Ed. (Lillian Jones) Ch Stan- 
ley, Florisa, Howard, Juanita, 
Lloyd; Murray ville R3 SeclS Pct45 
T13 RIO TSOa John Tendick (1891) 
Tendick, Godfrey (Florence Arnold) 
Jacksonville Rl Sec28 Pct86 T15 
Rll Tl53a J. V. Richardson Est. 
(1874) 

Tennis, John (Fannie Wackerley) Ch 
Pearl, Margaret, Nellie, Dessie, 
Edna, Logan; Meredosia Secl2 
PctlOS T16 R13 OlOOa Mrs. J. E. 
Lewis (1917) 

Thady, Emory (Alma Story) Man- 
chester Rl Secll Pct73 T13 Rll 
T75a J. L. Thady (1895) 
Thady, J. L. (Mina Cockerel) Ch 
Emory, Nellie, Cecil, Alice, Roy; 
Manchester Rl Secll Pct73 T13 Rll 
OlSOa (1894) 

Theis, George W. (Bess Megginson) 
Ch Dorothy, George, Edward; 
Woodson Rl Sec28 Pct57 T14 RIO 
Farm Hand R. C. Megginson (1890) 



Thies, Henry W. (Ethel Davis) Ch 
Louise, Joseph; Jacksonville R2 
Sec30 Pct72 T15 RIO T40a J. H. 
Yingling (1890) 

Thies, William L. (Alice Hardy) Ch 
Henry, Hattie, Oliver, Jessie, Ruth; 
Jacksonville Rl; SeclS Pct83 T15 
Rll T300a James Rabbit and J. Z. 
Scott Est. (1868) 

Tholen, Ed. (Nona Roggie) Bluffs 
Rl Sec29 Pctl02 T16 R12 TSOa H. 
Tholen (1882) 

Tholen, Fred G. (Dorothy Kaehlert) 
Ch Raymond, Edna, Esther; Jack- 
sonville R6 Sec36 PctSO T15 RIO 
OlOOa (1883) 

Thomas, Frank W. Waverly R3 Sec 17 
Pct3 T13 R8 O160a (1898) 

Thomas, Jerry M. (Ida E. Snow) Ch 
Frank; Waverly Secl7 T13 R8 
T160a Frank W. Thomas (1872) 

Thomas, Virgil (Bessie Pearl Lem- 
ons) Ch Paul, Lucy, Frank, Ola, 
Charles, Chester; Franklin Rl Sec7 
Pct22 T13 R9 Thomas Oxley (1882) 

Thomas, William M. Ch Pauline; 
Arenzville Rl SecS PctSS T16 Rll 
OlOSa (1867) 

Thomason, Allinson (Elizabeth 
Combes) Ch Mary Ethel, Chester 
Allinson; Chapin R3 SecS Pct83 
T1S Rll O440a (1858) 

Thompson, Ellis H. (Lena P. Barr) 
Ch Theodore B., Irland H.; Jack- 
sonville R4 Secl7 Pct69 T16 RIO 
O70a (1880) 

Thompson, Martin C. (Margaret 
Young) Ch Mary R., Catherine; 
Jacksonville R4 Secl7 Pct69 T16 
RIO O60a (1887) 

Thompson, Mat (Laura Neavill) Ch 
Marie A., Nora E.; Waverly Rl 
Sec33 Pctl3 T14 R8 TllSa Alfred 
Hamilton (1915) 

Thompson, Maurice (lone Gallagher) 
Ch William; Prentice Rl Secl9 
PctlS T16 R8 Farm Hand George 
Thompson (1885) 

Thompson, V. B. (Margaret Naulty) 
Sinclair Rl Sec22 Pct40 T16 R9 
Farm Hand Jean Hart (1915) 

Thompson, William C. (Clara Elliott) 
Ch Harry E., Russell; Jacksonville 
R3 Sec23 Pct63 T15 RIO O161^a 
(1877) 

Thome, O. (Lou Crabbe) Ch Thessel; 
Jacksonville R5 Sec27 Pct63 T15 
RIO T23a B. B. Baxton (1887) 

Ticknor, L. L. (Jda May Withrow) 
Ch Ervin, Edith, Florence, Nellie, 
Blanche; Jacksonville R7 SeclO 
Pct83 T15 Rll O40a (1859) 



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Timian, J. A. (Mrytle Graff) Prentice 
Rl Sec9 Pctl7 T16 R8 T120a Graff 
Est. (1912) 

Tindall, Ed. M. (Emma Arnold) Jack- 
sonville R6 Sec32 Pct34 T15 R9 
O560a (1855) 

Tinsley, G. C. (Belle McClain) Ch 
Everett; Waverly R2 Sec26 Pct7 
T13 R8 O40a (1886) 

Titus, Thomas (Alice Newton) Ch 
Mary, Ruth, Thomas W., Martha; 
Concord Sec20 Pct92 T16 Rll T215a 
Newton Girls (1912) 

Tobin, John F. (Mamie German) Ch 
Marie, Louise, John; Jacksonville 
Rl Sec22 Pct83 T15 Rll T200a Wil- 
liam S. Wales (1872) 

Todd, Wiley (Mary Allinson) Ch Ad- 
f die, Gilbert, Bertha, Raymond, 

Irene, Clarence; "Farview Farm" 
Jacksonville Rl Sec32 Pct86 T15 
Rll O531a (1901) 

Toensmann" Henry (Minnie Batz) 
Jacksonville R8 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO 
O23a (1891) 

Toler, Clarence (Anna Wilkerson) Ch 
Orvil, Earl, Clarence, Jr.; Jackson- 
ville R4 Sec29 Pct72 T16 RIO T95a 
Alex. Hall (1912) 

Toler, T. J. (Mary L. Stevens) Ch 
Emsley, Ranson; Jacksonville R7 
Sec30 Pct72 T16 RIO Farm Hand 
S. O. Shuff (1915) 

Tomhave, John G. (Ellen Conrady) 
Ch Earl, Harold; Jacksonville R8 
Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO O120a (1916) 

Tracy, John (Ella, Sister) Murray- 
ville Rl Sec34 T14 Rll O120a 
(1866) 

Travis, Thomas C. (Mary Bunnell) 
Prentice Rl Sec25 Pct41 T16 R9 
O40a (1864) 

Treece, Howell (Anna Mays) Ch Ber- 
nice, Pauline; Alexander Rl Sec33 
Pctl6 T15 R8 T240a O. F. Conlin 
(1913) 

Trent, Bud (Mary Maxey) Ch Carl, 
Lucille, Frances; Alexander Rl 
SeclS PctlS T15 R8 Farm Hand 
Frank Strawn (1912) 

Tribble, Finnis (Sarah F. Rochester) 
Ch Ilda, Nyle, Ralph, Madge, 
Rudolph; Murrayville R3 Sec31 
PctllS T13 R9 T82a C. C. Berry- 
man (1877) 

Tribble, F. S. (Lora Tonnell) Ch 
Elsie T., Caldwell; Franklin R2 Seel 
Pctl9 T13 R9 O44^a T26a (1860) 

Tribble, George W. (Tessie Clayton) 
Ch Grace, H. Luvena, Ward W., 
Ruth, Wallace C. ; Franklin Sec6 
Pct28 T13 R8 T185a J. B. Burch & 
Son (1868) 



Tribble, James (Edith Lovell) Ch 
Clarence, Esther, Howard, .Marie; 
Franklin R3 SeclS Pct26 T14 R9 
Farm Hand W. H. Mosley (1870) 

Trotter, Fred C. (Millie Roth) Ch 
Emil, Milton, Pauline, Marian, Win- 
field; Sinclair Rl Sec22 Pct40 T16 
R9 O197a (1872) 

Trotter, H. S. (Alta Stout) Ch Rollyn, 
Myron; "Hill View Farm" Jackson- 
ville R5 Sec24 Pct55 T14 RIO O160a 
(1877) 

Trotter, Mrs. John M. Ch Milton E., 
Vinnetta, Willameta, Fritz C., 
Mabel B.; Sinclair Rl Sec21 Pct40 
T16 R9 O180a (1865) 

Trotter, P. D. (Margaret Sims)) Jack- 
sonville R8 Seel Pct59 T15 RIO 
T214a S. Larrimore (1879) 

Tubbs, Jerry Jacksonville R8 Sec22 
Pct71,T16 RIO T120a P. J. Cavan- 
augh (1877) 

Tubbs, Patrick Jacksonville R8 Sec22 
Pet 71 T16 RIO T120a P. J. Cavan- 
augh (1871) 

Tucker, B. L. (Grace Wiswell) Mur- 
rayville R4 SeclS Pct43 T13 RIO 
T120a W. M. Wiswell (1910) 

Tuke, David O. (Bertha Acorn) Ch 
Hazel; Jacksonville R7 Sec4 Pct82 
T15 Rll OlOOa (1894) 

Turley, Douglas (Lucy M. Dinwiddie) 
Ch Claud R., Carl M.; Jacksonville 
R4 Secl3 Pct89 T16 Rll O29a 
(1856) 

Turley, Felix G. (Cordelia E. Ryman) 
Ch Ralph R., Mabel A., Belva L, 
Alma E.; Franklin R3 Sec24 Pctll 
T14 R9 T120a W. T. Dodsworth 
(1877) 

Turner, Allen (Sarah Miner) Ch Joel, 
Elizabeth, Newton, John; Waverly 
R2 Sec29 Pct8 T13 R8 O73a (1879) 

Turner, Joe (Letta England) Ch Wal- 
ter, Zelma; Waverly R3 SeclS Pct4' 
T13 R8 T40a Dick Whitlock (1887) 

Turner, Joel E. (Anna Rawson) Ch 
Jennie, Olen Fletcher, Irene; "Shady 
Bend Stock Farm" Waverly R2 
Sec28-29 Pct8 T13 R8 O144a (1873) 

Turner, John W. (Nora E. Miller) Ch 
S. Marie, Dorotha A.; Meredosia 
Rl SecS Pct98 T16 R12 T140a G. 
Kuhlman (1914) 

Turner, Mrs. Julia A. Ch Alfred, Joel, 
Brad, Naomi; Waverly R2 Sec28 
Pct8 T13 R8 O118a (1850) 

Twyford, Obie (Florence Mosley) Ch 
Margaret Emine; Ashland Rl Secl4 
Secl4 Pet 41 T16 R9 Farm Hand 
Howard Hodgson (1906) 



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Uhnken, Albert (Anna Eckhoff) Ch 
Walter, Orena, Edna, Mabel, Amy, 
Carl; Chapin Rl Sec35 Pctl04 T16 
R12 OlOOa (1887) 

Underwood, Albert (Golden Brown) 
Ch Vernon R., Margie R. ; Waverly 
R3 SecS Pct2 T13 R8 T3a (1885) 



Underwood, J. T. (Hannah Elizabeth 
Mills) Ch Alberta M.; Waverly R3 
SecS Pct2 T13 R8 O40a (1870) 

Unland, Roy (Jenny Butcher) Ch 
Kathryn, Ralph; Meredosia Rl 
SeclS Pct99 T16 R12 T160a Kors- 
myer Est. (1890) 



Vangundy, George (Louise Vannier) 
Ch Roy; Chapin R2 SecS Pct96 T15 
R12 O300a (1850) 

Van Winkle, Arthur (Mae Scott) 
Franklin R3 Sec29 Pctl3 T14 R8 
T215a M. A. Van Winkle (1885) 

Van Winkle, M. A. (Mary Mansfield) 
Ch Maude M., Arthur L.; "Maple 
Lawn Stock Farm" Franklin R3 
Sec29 Pctl3 T14 R8 O224a (1851) 

Van Winkle, Otis (Mildred Gibbs) Ch 
Troy R.; Franklin R3 Sec29 Pctl3 
T14 R8 O220a (1890) 

Vasey, E. S. (Lona Hall) Ch Ade- 
laide L., Geneva V., Vivian, Merle; 
Woodson Rl Sec22 Pct54 T14 RIO 
O107a T55a Mrs. A. Hernbrough 
(1878) 

Vasey, John (Annie Riby) Ch Ada, 
Agnes Swinger; "Negus Farm" 
Jacksonville R6 Sec27 Pct35 T15 
R9 T144a O. F. Conklin (1881) 

Vasey, John (Isabella Danby) Ch 
Bertha, Raymond, Jessie, May and 
Harry Daggett, Adopted Children; 
William Danby, Brother of Mrs. 
Vasey; Jacksonville Rl Sec27 Pct86 
T15 Rll O120a (1849) 

Vasey, J. J. Jacksonville Rl Sec27 
Pct86 T15 Rll O166a (1873) 

Vasey, Raymond G. (Jeanette Ebey) 
Ch Gordon, Robert, George, Vir- 
ginia; Jacksonville Rl Sec27 Pct86 
T15 Rll O54a T80a Richard and 
Mrs. Virginia Vasey (1878) 

Vasey, William (Lulu M. Hem- 
brough) Ch Margaret F., Louise A.; 
"Halycon Farm" Woodson Rl Sec22 
Pct54 T14 RIO O80a (1870) 

Viands, Robert L. (Violet Wankel) Ch 
Mildred M., Virgie L.; Ashland Rl 
SeclO Pct37 T16 R9 T80a William 
McCubbins (1917) 



Vieira, Joshua (Carrie Martin) Ch 
Charles, John, Fred, George, Amos, 
David; Jacksonville R3 SeclS Pct63 
T15 RIO O40a (1855) 

Violett, Arthur (Mattie Dalton) Ch 
Herschel; Waverly Rl Sec20 Pctll 
T14 R8 Farm Hand N. E. Woods 
(1875) 

Virgin, John W. (Ella Mae Smith) 
Ch C. Walter, Frances L. ; Wood- 
son Rl Secl6 Pct53 T14 RIO T80a 
F. Lewis (1893) 

Virgin, L. Z. (Eula Wilton) Woodson 
Rl Sec26 Pct56 T14 RIO T80a Green 
Sisters (1889) 

Visser, Herman (Anna Braker) Ch 
Robert, Ernest, Bertha, Freda, Carl, 
Henrietta, Ella, Frances; Alexander 
Rl Sec7 Pctl4 T15 R8 T300a F. J. 
Strawn (1903) 

Voorhees, Hugh G. (Harriet Pierson) 
Ch Hugh G., Jr.; Woodson Rl Sec21 
Pet 53 T14 RIO O50a (1897) 

Vorhes, Dennis L. (Mary C. Young) 
Ch Arthur J., Verna R., Leah, Alma 
B., Samuel O.; Literberry Rl Sec7 
Pct68 T16 RIO Farm Hand W. H. 
Petefish (1897) 

Vortman, Edward (Anna Brockhouse) 
Ch Esther, Martha; Neelyville Rl 
Sec7 Pct96 T16 R12 Ola (1906) 

Vortman, Henry J. (Margaret Ken- 
yon) Ch Earnest, Walter, Gena, 
Carl, Henry, Jenetta; Neelyville 
Sec7 Pct96 T16 R12 Ola (1881) 

Vortman, Louis (Annie Aring) Ch 
Luther, Mabel; Neelyville Rl Sec7 
Pct96 T16 R12 T75a H. Conrady 
(1915) 

Vortman, Richard (Elizabeth Gor- 
man) Ch Paul, Margaret, Kathleen; 
Neelyville Rl Sec7 Pct96 T16 R12 
O55a (1896) 

Votsmier, Tony W. (Elizabeth Clapp) 
Ch Mildred; Prentice Rl Sec21 
PctlS T16 R8 O80a (1881) 



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Wackarla, George (Rebecca A. Tur- 
ner) Ch Zora, Mary, Georgia, Rosa; 
Alexander Rl Sec8 Pct33 T15 R9 
T600a David Strawn (1886) 

Waggner, George (Agnes M. Sheeley) 
Ch Herald, Claud, Dorotha; Sin- 
clair Rl Secl9 Pct39 T16 R9 O260a 
(1884) 

Waggner, William Sinclair Rl Secl9 
Pct39 T16 R9 Farm Hand George 
Waggner (1869) 

Wagstaff, Charles (Ida Herring) Ch 
Lloyd, Gladys, Oliver; Murray- 
ville R2 Sec30 Pct49 T13 RIO O40a 
T27a A. Reed & J. Spencer (1871) 

Wagstaff, Farwell Ch Robert, Virden, 
Charles, Agnes, Lucy, Annie; Mur- 
rayville R2 Sec2S Pct75 T13 Rll 
O160a (1869) 

Wagstaff, Robert (Kate Spencer) Ch 
Ruth, Frank, Homer, Harold, Mary; 
Murrayville R2 Secl9 Pct49 T13 RIO 
T170a J. K. Cunningham (1875) 

Wagstaff, Virdin (Thankful Spencer) 
Ch Theresa, Spencer; Murrayville 
R2 Sec25 Pct75 T13 Rll T160a Far- 
well Wagstaff (1869) 

Wallace, James W. (Mildred Antrob- 
us) Ch LaVeta, Robert, George, 
Catherine; Chapin Rl Sec4 Pct9S 
T15 R12 T30a Mary Wallace (1886) 

Wallbaum, Fred (Barbara Reiser) Ch 
William, Fred, Lizzie, Peter, Henry, 
Emma; Jacksonville R3 Secl4 Pct25 
T14 R9 O320a (1857) 

Walker, Charles T. (Bertha A. West- 
rope) Ch Leonard, Josephine, Don- 
ald, Leverette, Edith; Murrayville 
R2 Sec26 Pct75 T13 Rll O40a 
(1912) 

Walker, R. B. (Tina Fisher) Murray- 
ville R2 Sec30 Pct49 T13 RIO T40a 
J. K. Cunningham (1911) 

Walker, W. W. (Nellie Lovell) Ch 
Clyde, Elsie, William, Clifford; Man- 
chester Rl Sec2 Pct73 T13 Rll 
T80a Alec Lovell (1910) 

Walsh, Harry (Josephine Bergschnei- 
der) Ch Margaret, Chester, Ralph, 
Alice, Leo, Harold, Louise, Clar- 
ence; Alexander Rl Sec7 PctlO T14 
R8 T160a A. Bergschneider (1914) 

Walter, John A. (Mary C. Carpenter) 
Ch Olin C., Thomas C., Ora L., 
Emma; Sinclair Rl Secl7 Pct38 T16 
R9 O40a (1898) 

Waltman, Henry H. (Rose Breiden- 
stein) Ch Irene, Floyd, Thelma; 
Jacksonville R4 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO 
O7a (1861) 



Wankel, George (Jennie Eads) Ch 
Violet L., Lloyd W., J. June, Leslie 
R., Nellie F.; Ashland Rl Sec4 
Pct37 T16 R9 T200a H. Walkers 
and Mattie W. Sage (1901) 

Ward, Daniel (Marie Jumper) Ch 
Esther; Sinclair Rl Sec20 Pct39 
T16 R9 O60a (1882) 

Ward, George and Edward (Emma, 
Sister) Sinclair Rl Sec20 Pct39 T16 
R9 O160a (1868) 

Ward, James (Lizzie McMahan) Ch 
Edith, Albert; Waverly Sec26 Pct7 
T13 R8 O29a Sec23 PctS T13 R8 
T240a George McDivett (1897) 

Ward, Louis (Edith Lindsey) Sin- 
clair Rl Sec20 Pct39 T16 R9 O93a 
(1882) 

Ward, Thomas (Mary E. Myers) Ch 
Rowena E., Mabel E., Earl H.; Ash- 
land Rl Secl7 Pct38 T16 R9 O80a 
(1881) 

Waters, Leslie (Bessie Johnson) Ch 
George W., James R.; Franklin R3 
Secl4 Pct25 T14 R9 Farm Hand 
M. S. Zachery (1894) 

Watret, A. G. (Jennie O'Brien) Ch 
Chester, William; Prentice Rl Sec33 
Pctl7 T16 R8 T240a Walter Ayers 
(1903) 

Watson, C. W. (Margaret E. Brown) 
Woodson Rl SeclS Pct54 T14 RIO 
T200a Isaac Watson (1880) 

Watson, F. R. (Bessie Connor) Ch 
Charley, Paul, Clyde, Mildred, 
Fern; Jacksonville R2 SecS Pct77 
T14 Rll T65a Mrs. E. Watson 
(1877) 

Watson, Herbert M. (Mabel Ransom) 

Ch Lawrence, Gilbert, Harold; 

Franklin R3 Sec30 Pctll T14 R8 

T120a L. Massie (1884) 
Watson, Isaac Ch Nellie G., Leonard 

R., Charles W., Annie M., Sarah E.; 

Woodson SeclS Pct54 T14 RIO 

O200a (1869) 

Watson, Leonard (Edith Megginson) 
Ch Hazel, Edna, Eileen, Mildred; 
Woodson Rl SeclO PctSO T14 RIO 
T60a I. Watson (1877) 

Watson, William M. (Dosia Miller) 
Ch Ralph, Vina, Dora, Lulu; Chapin 
R3 Sec32 Pctl03 T16 Rll Farm 
Hand Herald P. Joy (1915) 

Watt, M. L. (Amy Irlam) Ch Roy, 
Paul; Jacksonville R7 SeclO Pct83 
T15 Rll T171a Joseph Cridland 
(1876) 



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Watts, Charles S. (Alice Ryan) Ch 
Irene T., Virgil F., Clarence, Anna- 
belle, Charles M.; Franklin R3 SeclS 
PctSS T14 R9 T125a Mrs. Jane Ryan 
(1897) 

Watts, E. J. (Ida Harford) Ch Ruth, 
Richard, Alfred, Edna, Lester, 
Jessie; Modesto R35 Sec34 Pct7 T13 
R8 O40a (1860) 

Watts, J. A. (Tempa Pinkerton) Ch 
Ernest, Otis, Everett, Hazel; Wav- 
erly R2 Sec33 Pct8 T13 R8 O80a 
(1903) 

Watts, Nancy Ch James, Sarah, John, 
Ezekiel, Stephen, Susan, Mack, Bert; 
Waverly R2 Sec33 Pct8 T13 R8 
O20a (1862) 

Way, Bert (Ollie Liter) Ch Marie, 
Gene; "Oak Valley Farm" Concord 
Rl Sec32 Pct72 T16 Rll T330a A. 
Fairhank (1913) 

Weakly, Thomas (Mary Yager) Ch 
George, Ras; Prentice Sec6 Pctl7 
T16 R8 OlOa (1890) 

Weber, Frank (Frieda Roegge) Ch 
Harvey, Clarence, Leland, Wilma; 
Meredosia Rl Sec6 Pct98 T16 R12 
T120a H. Roegge (1882) 

Weber, Henry (Lena Wischmeyer) 
Ch Clara, Frank, Nora, Edward, 
Walter, Hulda, Lorna, Ben, Harold, 
Renetta; Meredosia Rl Sec2 PctlOS 
T16 R13 O120a (1858) 

Webster, Dr. G. O. (Sarah Flinn) Ch 
Augusta; "The Heights" Murray- 
ville R4 Sec23 Pct46 T13 RIO O220a 
T140a T. E. Fanning (1904) 

Weder, A. W. (Ruby Perkins) Ch 
Herman, Roy, Frances, Edna; Mur- 
rayville Rl Seel Pct73 T13 Rll 
T120a William Stringer (1910) 

Weiss, Fred (Minnie Nagle) Ch Clar- 
ence, Ervin, Helen, Eileen; Neely- 
ville Rl Sec7 Pct98 T16 R12 F. 
Weiss (1906) 

Weires, George Bluffs Rl Sec29 
Pctl02 T16 R12 O160a (1873) 

Welborn, Henry A. (Bertie Irwin) 
Ch Irwin; Jacksonville R6 Sec34 
Pct35 T15 R9 O120a (1856) 

Welch, Thomas (Martha Murphy) Ch 
Rose, Maurice, Lizzie; Murrayville 
R4 Sec35 Pct56 T14 RIO O153a 

. (1887) 

Welchman, Henry (Mary Follett) Ch 
John, Minnie; Waverly R2 Secl4 
PctS T13 R8 T80a (1901) 

Wenty, William Meredosia Rl Secl6 
Pct99 T16 R12 OlOa (1874) 



Werries, John H. (Minnie Hemming- 
hous) Ch Earl, Harry, Vernon, 
Rena, Russell, Lucile; Bluffs Rl 
Sec32 Pctl03 T16 R12 O200a (1866) 

Werries, Mrs. Lizzie (Lizzie Bush- 
meier) Ch Annie, John, Carrie; 
Bluffs Rl Sec20 O120a (1882) 

West, Nealy (Nina Stotts) Ch Ever- 
ett, Pearl, Willie, Edna; Meredosia 
Sec36 Pctl07 T16 R13 Farm Hand 
Harry Okes (1917) 

West, Nealy (Nina Stotts) Ch Ever- 
ett, Pearl, William, Edna; Chapin 
Rl Sec3 Pct95 T15 R12 Tla Jacob 
Stotts (1877) 

Wester, Joseph (Redie Noe) Ch 
Hubert, Willie M., Dan D., Louis 
J., C. Doris, Samuel H., Georgia; 
Concord Rl Sec23 Pct89 T16 Rll 
T365a J. H. Silcox (1902) 

Westerfield, Fred (Liddia Roegge) 
Ch Willie, Walter, Rudolph, Edna, 
Hugo; Meredosia Rl Sec3 PctlOS 
T16 R13 O256a (1875) 

Weys, John Alexander Rl Seel 
Pct25 T14 R9 T80a H. Keplinger 
(1908) 

Whalen, Dennis and Richard Franklin 
Rl Sec28 Pct29 T14 R9 O119a 
(1877) 

Whalen, John Jacksonville R2 Secll 
Pct79 T14 Rll TlOOa Whalen Est. 
(1874) 

Whalen, Mrs. Mary (Mary Doody) 
Ch W'illiam, James, John, Dennis, 
Katie, Richard; Franklin Rl Sec22 
Pct30 T14 R9 O160a (1877) 

Wheeler, Andrew J. (Blanch Nerge- 
nah) Ch George, Dorothy, Alice; 
Concord Rl Sec24 PctlOl T16 R12 
O80a (1903) 

Wheeler, George A. CEdith Peak) 
Ch Louise, Esther, Ruby, Smith, 
Rhoda, Philip; Sinclair Rl Secl9 
Pct39 T16 R9 O320a (1900) 

Wheeler, Margaret Ch Frank, 
Thomas, Hattie; Murrayville R4 
Sec9 Pct43 T13 RIO O20a (1842) 

Wheeler, Walter J. (Marie Looker) 
Ch Francis, Lillian, Harriette L. ; 
Sinclair Rl Sec30 Pct30 T16 R9 
O45a T70a Philip G. Wheeler 
(1911) 

Whewell, Otis (Annie Weeder) Ch 
Raymond, Allen; Winchester R3 
Sec26 PctSO T14 Rll TlOOa Mrs. E. 
Whewell (1880) 

Whewell, William T. (Dora Hayes) 
Ch Clarence; Murrayville R2 Sec23 
Pct74 T13 Rll T120a F. F. Clark 
(1889) 



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Whisman, John Chapin R2 SecS T15 

R12 OSOa (1872) 

White, George M. (Mary Ridder) 
Ch Joseph, Marie, George, Mar- 
garet, Frances; Orleans Sec26 Pct35 
T1S R9 T120a Edna and Sylvia Gray 
(1908) 

White, Thomas (Ora Rouland) Ch 
Inez, Walter, Dorothy, Elsie, Cora, 
Marie. Bessie; Waverly R2 Sec34 
Pct7 T13 R8 Ola T80a G. F. Wil- 
son (1876) 

White, W. M. (Lydia Fanning) Ch 
Ralph, Lloyd, Clyde; Murrayville 
Seel Pct73 T13 Rll T96a Mrs. A. E. 
Cline (1897) 

Whitlock, C. H. (Mabel Hart) Ch 
Stella, Ethel; Murrayville R4 Secl3 
Pct46 T13 RIO O40a (1869) 
Whitlock, G. W. (Georgietta Smith) 
Ch Oscar, Maud; Murrayville R3 
Sec20 Pct49 T13 RIO T80a H. Fan- 
ning (1850) 

Whitlock, James (Harriet Bevans) 
Ch James, Louise; "Hickory Grove 
Farm" Waverly R3 SeclS Pct4 T13 
R8 O57a (1871) 

Whitlock, Mrs. William Ch J.ames, 
Alice; Waverly R3 Secl6 Pct4 T13 
R8 O67a (1849) 
Whorten, J. E. Concord Rl Sec24 

PctlOl T16 R12 O140a (1866) 
Wiggs, A. M. (Melvina Roberts) Ch 
Emory, Bertha, Nora, Frank, 
James; Franklin R2 Sec23 Pct23 
T13 R9 O121a (1861) 
Wilcox, Samuel (Ellen Anthony) Ch 
Una; Alexander Rl Sec29 Pctl6 
T15 R8 O129a (1890) 
Wild, J. T. (Annie Astell) Ch Mary, 
Robert, Emma, William, Sarah, 
Ethel; Manchester Rl Secll Pct73 
T13 Rll OlOOa (1857) 
Wild, R. T. (Nancy Brown) Ch Floyd, 
Tohn, Edward; Murrayville Sec6 
Pct44 T13 RIO T67a F. M. Shield 
(1901) 

Wilday, Mrs. C. A. (Dona Huston) 
Ch Florence, Guy, Maud; Mere- 
dosia Rl Sec6 Pct98 T16 R12 O200a 
(1850) 

Wilday, Dean (Mabel Quintal) Ch 
Donald; Bluffs Rl Sec25 Pctl07 
T16 R13 T200a W. Wilday (1887) 
Wilday, Guy (Dona Wilday, Mother) 
Meredosia Rl Secl7 Pct98 T16 R12 
O160a (1878) 
Wilday, J. M. Bluffs Rl Sec25 Pctl07 

T16 R13 O240a (1852) 
Wilday, W. H. (Emily J. Beagle) 
Bluffs Rl Sec25 Pctl07 T16 R13 
O479 (1840) 



Wilding, William R. (Estella John- 
son) Ch Constance, Richard, Louise, 
Bernice, Howard, William; Jackson- 
ville R3 Sec31 Pct39 T16 R9 T250a 
Strawn Est. (1882) 

Wiley, Luther (Elizabeth Maple) Ch 
Lewis Henry; Alexander Rl Sec7 
PctlO T14 R8 T160a William P. 
Conklin (1895) 

Wiley, Noel (Florence Kindred) Ch 
Minnie L.; Alexander Rl SecS PctlO 
T14 R8 T120a L. Goheen (1895) 

Wilhoit, George W. (Martha Wright) 
Ch Mary, Nathaniel, Grover C.; 
Franklin R2 Sec9 Pct21 T13 R9 
Farm Hand G. R. Deer (1916) 

Wilker, John H. Jr. (Charlotte Nerge- 
nah) Ch Agnes C., Garland B.; 
Meredosia Rl Sec22 Pctl06 T16 R13 
T135a J. H. Wilker (1888) 

Wilker, William Meredosia Rl Sec22 
Pet 106 T16 R13 J. H. Wilker T60a 
(1874) 

Wilkerson, George W. (Martha Conn) 
Ch Emma, Anna, Sarah, Lulu, Wil- 
liam, Laura, Maggie, Maud, Alva, 
George; Alexander Rl Secl2 Pct25 
T14 R9 Farm Hand O. E. Ryan 
(1913) 

Willerton, Alfred (Anna Tindall) 
"Cedar Grove Farm" Murrayville 
R3 Secl9 Pct49 T13 RIO OSOa 
(1877) 

Willets, J. F. (Earnnie Sprouse) Ch 
Audrey, Vaughn, Ethel, Carl, 
Ralph, Wanda, Guy, Dale; Alexan- 
der Rl Sec29 Pctl6 T15 R8 T425a 
Raynor Est. (1917) 

Williams, Charles E. (Fanny B. Holli- 
day) Ch Wilbur C, Clyde H., Ches- 
ter L., Bertha M., Walter W.; 
Chapin R2 Sec9 Pct95 T15 R12 
O240a (1848) 

Williams, Clyde H. (Caroline Wol- 
ford) Ch Margaret E., Charles O., 
E. Loraine; Chapin R2 Sec9 PctlO 
T15 R12 T120a Chas. E. Williams 
(1886) 

Williams, Lucinda E. (Lucinda Ray- 
burn) Ch Robert, Maud, Joe, Troy; 
Concord Rl Secl2 PctlOO T16 R12 
OlOOa (1856) 

Williams, Stuart (Abbie Toaler) Ch 
James, Erne, Ina; Prentice Rl Secl3 
Pct41 T16 R9 T97a T. U. Fox 
(1909) 

Williams, Wilbur C. (Lois Paschal) 
Chapin R3 Secl7 Pct83 T15 Rll 
T187a Thomas Paschal (1884) 
Williamson, Amanda (Amanda Bridg- 
man) Ch Hattie, Edward; Jackson- 
ville R4 Sec6 Pct6 T15 RIO O63a 
(1852) 



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Wflliamson, Charles C. (Mollie Scott) 
Ch John S.; Pleasant Plains R40 
Sec21 PctlS T16 R8 O240a (1915) 

Willis, John C. (Lou A. Bryant) Ch 
Stella, Walter; Prentice SecS Pctl7 
T16 R8 Farm Hand John Adkuis 
(1907) 

Wilson, David (Mary J. Jackson) Ch 
Verner D., Eula B., Lena V.; Mur- 
rayville R3 Sec31 PctllS T13 R9 
0340a (1887) 

Wilson, Frank (Jennie Oxley) Ch 
Irma; Waverly Rl Sec4 Pct2 T13 
R8 T160a George Oxley (1905) 

Wilson, Harley (Ella Johnson) Ch 
May, Alice, Harry; Chapin R3 SecS 
Pct82 T15 Rll Farm Hand Charles 

Wilson, John R. (Teshia Million) Ch 
Clair, Barrel, Lucy; Franklin Sec32 
Pct28 T14 R9 O92a (1904) 

Wilson, J. W. (Laura Richardson) 
Ch Ernest, Gertrude, George; Jack- 
sonville R2 Sec33 Pct86 T1S Rll 
T85a G. S. Richardson (1882) 

Wilson, Newton (Eva Baxter) Jack- 
sonville R3 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO 
TlOOa J. E. Allen (1877) 

Wilson, P. W. (Sarah Murray) Ch 
Josie, Arthur, Bryan, Lydia, Martha, 
Olive; Murrayville R5 Secl6 Pct43 
T13 RIO O80a T120a P. R. Briggs 
(1903) 

Wingler, Frank (Nancy Dye) Ch Re- 
becca, Robert; Jacksonville R3 Secl4 
Pct63 T15 RIO OlOSa (1892) 

Winner, Isaac F. (Gertrude Barnes) 
Ch Chester, Lester, Amy E.; Ash- 
land Rl SeclO Pct37 T16 R9 T160a 
Cavanaugh Est. (1910) 

Winner, James (Julia E. Turner) Ch 
Annie, Ellis, Louis, May, Leo, 
Mary, Lloyd, Harlow, Pearl, Maud, 
Gladys, Byron; New Berlin R31 
Seel Pct32 ,T15 R9 T383a David 
Strawn (1912) 

Winner, John Frederick (Amy K. 
Winner, Housekeeper) Ashland Rl 
SeclO Pct37 T16 R9 T160a James 
Cavanaugh Est. (1910) 

Winter, C. O. (Ada Megginson) Ch 
Alma F., Inez E.; Woodson Rl SecS 
Pct52 T14 RIO O102^a (1879) 

Winter, George (Eva Smith) Ch Leo, 
Ray, Iva, Mabel; Murrayville R4 
Sec36 Pct28 T14 R12 O77a (1871) 

Winters, Thomas (Julia Welch) Ch 
John, Ella; Murrayville R4 Seel 
Pct42 T13 RIO O260a (1889) 

Wiseman, Thad L. (Pearl Ruby) Ch 
Ruby "Hill Crest Farm" Jackson- 
ville R4 Sec9 Pct62 T15 RIO T20a 
C. H. Story (1915) 



Wiswell, Clifford (Ella Goodpasture) 
Ch Agnes, Mabel, Hazel; Jackson- 
ville R4 Secl2 Pct89 T16 Rll O40a 
T160a James Rexroat (1880) 

Witham, F. C. (Mary S. Rains) Ch 
Charles W., Thomas W., William 
F., Jennie K., Exona, Tilda M., Ed.; 
Pisgah Sec6 Pct27 T14 R9 Farm 
Hand A. E. Curry (1911) 

Witham, W. F. (Zella Cline) Ch 
Ruby G.; Pisgah Secl7 Pct28 T14 
R9 T80a J. B. Beekman (1911) 

Witherbee, Mrs. Lena (Lena Wood) 
Ch John, Elizabeth, Clarence, Law- 
rence, Harlan; Waverly R2 Sec30 
PctllS T13 R8 O524a (1859) 

Wolfe, William G. (Emma J. Clark) 
Ch Margaret E., May, Frank O.; 
"Red Haw Farm" Jacksonville R7 
Sec9 Pct83 T15 Rll T140a Clark 
Est. (1896) 

Wood, Charles (Euphemia Hubbs) Ch 
Ernest H., Otto G., Leonard L, Ber- 
nice; Jacksonville R6 Sec9 Pct26 
T14 R9 OlSOa (1865) 

Wood, James, Jr. (Leone Martin) 
Waverly Sec3 Pct2 T13 R8 T160a 
Mrs. Mary Wood (1877) 

Wood, John E. (Sarah M. Wood) Ch 
Lena, John, James; Mrs. Estelle 
Mansfield-Wood; LeRoy, Child of 
Mrs. Estelle; Waverly R2 Sec30 
Pct22 T13 R9 T75a W. W. Withe- 
bee (1865) 

Wood, J. B. (Georgia Reynolds) 
Franklin R3 Secl4 Pct20 T14 R9 
T120a George Wood, Sr. (1871) 

Wood, Otto G. (Pearl Ferguson) Ch 
Charles G., Marie A.; Jacksonville 
R5 Sec9 Pct21 T14 R9 T425a Iven 
Wood (1891) 

Wood, Presby (Delia M. Scott) Ch 
Doris I., Lowell A., Mabel M., 
Harry T.; Waverly R3 Sec26 Pct24 
T13 R9 T90a Mrs. N. Wood (1884) 

Wood, W. J. (Elizabeth Ransom) Ch 
Rosa, May, Irene, William; "Bur- 
lington Way Stock Farm" Murray- 
ville R2 Secl9 Pct49 T13 RIO O107a 
(1879) 

Woods, Charles C. (Grace Carter) Ch 
Dorothy, Ruth, Allan; Waverly Rl 
Sec26 Pctl4 T14 R8 T160a Mrs. P. 
S. Carter (1874) 

Woods, Earl W. (Ester Agnew) Wav- 
erly R3 Secl7 Pct3 T13 R8 T60a 
(1893) 

Woods, Iven (Mary Camm) Ch 
Charles, Minnie, Arthur, Elizabeth, 
Homer; Jacksonville R5 Sec9 Pct26 
T14 R9 Ol.lSOa (1865) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Woods, Jim, Jr. (Leone Martin) Wav- 
erly Sec35 Pctll4 T14 R8 T160a 
Mary E. Wood (1877) 

Wood's, J. P. (Dora A. Peak) Or 

"Celestine, Eunice C, Ruth M., 

Ralph P., Arah A., Wendell P.; 

"Business Hill Farm" Franklin R3 

Secl3 T14 R8 O164a (1864) 

Woods, Newton E. (Onie Scott) Ch 
Byron; Franklin Sec20-32 Pct3-8 
T14 R8 O220a (1887) 

Woods, Robert S. (Julia Thomas) Ch 
Earl, Robert, Guy, Donald, Julian, 
Marion; Waverly R3 Sec20 Pct3 
T13 R8 O160a (1865) 

Wooff, George J. R. (Martha A. 
Wharton) Ch Vernon D. Braner; 
Concord Rl Sec24 PctlOl T16 R12 
O90a (1862) 

Worrall, Frank (Sarah Fearneyhough) 
Ch Marie, Alonzo, Opal; Murray- 
ville Rl Sec26 PctSO T14 Rll O120a 
(1881) 



Worrall, William (Susie Hall) Chapin 
R3 Sec9 Pct83 T15 Rll Farm Hand 
Allinson Thomaspn (1914) 

Wnght, Burley (Gertrude Wood) Ch 
Virginia L.; Franklin R2 Secl2 
Pctl9 T13 R9 O41a T60a (1882) 

Wright, C. J. (Carrie Mortimer) Ch 
John E., Jr.; Murrayville R4 Sec8 
Pct45 T13 RIO O45a T240a John E. 
Wright (1880) 

Wright, H. A. (Frances Linch) Frank- 
lin R2 Seel Pctl9 T13 R9 Farm 
Hand Mrs. Elizabeth A. Luttell 
(1861) 

Wyatt, Charles M. (Susan H. Buck- 
ley) Ch Maud; Franklin R2 Secl4 
Pct20 T13 R9 O120a (1865) 

Wynn, John (Phidella Bland) Ch 
Russell; Franklin R3 Sec20 Pctll 
T14 R8 T200a Newton Woods 
(1871) 

Wynn, J. (Delia Bland) Ch Russell E.; 
Franklin R3 Sec20 Pctll T14 R8 
T220a N. E. Woods (1871) 



Yeager, J. D. (Mary Conway) Ch 
Ada N.; Franklin R2 Sec22 Pct30 
T14 R9 O3a (1882) 

Yeck, Mecca Ch Eugene, Helen, 
Othello, Elmer; Concord Sec20 
Pctl02 T16 Rll T710a (1872) 

Yording, Fred (Hilda DeVris) Ch 
Annie, Mary, Minnie, Henry, Clara, 
Lydia, Albert; Bluffs Rl Sec29 
Pctl02 T16 R12 O80a (1865) 



Young, Thomas (Louise Vasey) Ch 
Edith R., Lily, William A., Roy T.; 
Woodson Rl Secl4 Pct54 T14 RIO 
O80a (1887) 



York, Ruby (Minnie Worrell) Ch 
Elsie, Rothsys, Vivian, Clyde; Jack- 
sonville R7 SeclO Pct83 T15 Rll 
TlOOa Mrs. Nebold (1912) 

Young, Mary and Sisters Sinclair Rl 
Sec23 Pct41 T16 R9 O40a (1884) 

Young, Roy (Effie Hacker) Ch Grace, 
Edward; Murrayville R4 Sec24 
Pct46 T13 RIO T80a James E. 
Young (1889) 



Zachary, S. Arthur (Jennie E. Mun- 
sey) Ch Arthur, Nellie, Helen; 
Alexander Rl Sec21 Pctl2 T.15 R8 
T340a Mrs. Susan B. Dillon and 
T. F. Bergschneider (1881) 

Zachary, S. T. (Rhoda J. Tapscott) 
Ch Minnie, James C., Mitchell S., 
Macey, Marion G., Samuel A., Bes- 
sie, Harold L., Helen L. ; Franklin 
R3 Sec3 Pct26 T14 R9 O188a (1873) 

Zahn, Oliver (Grace Blimling) Ch 
Velma L.; Arenzville Rl Seel Pct97 
T16 R12 T240a Henrietta Zahn 

(1890) 



Zahn, W. R. (Mayme Schuman) Ch 
Mildred E., Harold W.; "The 
Maples" Concord Rl Sec31 T16 
Rll O34a (1882) 

Zeller, Hartmann (Mary Kumle) Ch' 
Gertrude, Catherine, Margaret, 
Rose, Joe, Elizabeth; Alexander 
Sec25 PctlS T15 R9 O140a (1867) 

Zeller, Joseph A. (Adelaide Lukeman) 
Ch John J., Robert L.; Alexander 
Sec30 PctlS T15 R8 T160a H. Zel- 
ler and E. J. Kumle (1887) 

Zimmerman, Peter (Katheryne Hus- 
man) Ch John H.; Ashland Rl Sec2 
Pct36 T16 R9 O160a (1904) 



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Reeder Homestead, Winchester, 111. 

This house was built in 1827. It is the oldest 

inhabited house in Scott County. 



Scott County Farmers' Directory 

Abbreviations Used in this Directory 
a Acres; Ch Children; O Owner; T Tenant or Renter; 
R Rural Route; Sec Section; Maiden name of wife follows 
directory name in parenthesis ( ); figures at end of informa- 
tion year became resident of county. In the case of a tenant, 
the farm owner's name follows the figures giving size of farm. 
Name of farm (in case farm is named) follows names of 
children, in quotation marks. 

EXAMPLE 

Angelo, Lee (Mintie Chaudoin) Ch Alford, Irvin, William, Lillian; Naples 
Rl Secl6 T14 R13 T40a J. A. Gregory (1917) 

Means 

Angelo, Lee Name. 

(Mintie Chaudoin) Wife's maiden name. 
Ch Alford, Irvin, William, Lillian Children, 

named Alford, 'Irvin, William, Lillian. 
Naples Rl Postoffice Naples R. F. D. 1. 
Secl6 T14 R13 Section 16, Township 14, Range 13. 
T40a Tenant on 40 acres. 
J. A. Gregory Owner's name. 
(1917) Lived in county since 1917. 



Anderson, Charles N. Ch Josephine; 
"Old Claywell 1821" Winchester R4 
Secl6 T13 R12 Ol58a (1866) 

Adams, C. L. (Alta Roberts) Ch Glen- 
na; "Adams & Sons" Winchester R4 
Sec32 T13 R13 O62a (1882) 



Adams, E. C. (Florence Linder) Ch 
Claud S., Clarence; Winchester R4 
Sec26 T13 R13 O1027a (I860)" 

Adams, Frank (Fannie Burrows) 
Winchester R6 Secl3 T13 R12 T120a 
Jane Burrows (1875) 



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Adams, Guy (Lola Blackburn) Win- 
chester R2 Sec24 T14 R13 Farm 
Hand C. M. Smithson (1886) 

Adams, John Q. (Annie Hayatt) Ch 
Grace, Jessie, Sadie, Charles, Leo, 
Annie; Naples Secl3 T1S R14 T30a 
Hy Oakes (1851) 

Adams, L. Clarence (Lula Fuller) 
Ch Dorothy; "Adams & Sons" Win- 
chester R4 Sec35 T13 R13 O62^a 
(1884) 

Adams, W. J. G. (Julia A. Langley) 
Ch Neva, Eva, Lola; Winchester R4 
Sec26 T13 R13 O400a (1855) 

Adams, W. R. (Margaret C. Reed) 
Jacksonville Rl Sec24 T15 R12 
T150a R. P. Adams (1903) 

Akers, J. C. (Jennie Rea) Ch Ralph, 
Edward; Manchester Sec20 T13 Rll 
T260a William Arndell (1877) 

Albers, Arthur and Rudie (Florence 
Gerard, Wife of Arthur) Naples Rl 
SeclS T15 R13 T220a Mrs. Sophie 
Albers (1883) 

Albers, Edwin F. Ch Harry, Louise, 
Robert; Naples Rl Sec30 T15 R13 
O120a (1888) 

Albers, F. H. (Grace Mayes) Ch 
Henry, E'da, Mabel, Helen; Naples 
Rl Secl9 T15 R14 O74a T220a J. T. 
Albers (1895) 

Albers, Gus H. (Laura Beagel) Ch 
Eleanor, Glen; Naples Rl Sec29 
T15 R13 T90a Carrie Albers (1892) 

Albers, John Ch Roberta; Naples Rl 
Sec30 T15 R13 O120a (1895) 

Allen, Robert H. Winchester R5 Sec33 
T15 R12 T170a R. P. Allen (1895) 

Allen, R. P. (Sarah V. McCullough) 
Ch Robert H., Emily J., Clifford B.; 
Winchester R5 Sec33 T15 R13 O270a 
(1891) 

Andell, Albert (Alice Tankersley) Ch 
William, May, Wesley; Winchester 
R3 SeclS T14 R12 O120a (1861) 

Andell, Eddie L. (Bessie Parks) Ch 
Florence, Robert D., Dorotha; Win- 
chester R5 Secll T14 R12 T120a 
Robert Andell (1879) 

Andell, Richard (Ollie Talbert) Ch 
John, Mildred; Winchester R3 Secl4 
T14 R12 O188a (1865) 



Andell, Robert C. (Kate Bruster) Ch 
Mary Lee, Claudie B., Eddie L., 
Catherine; Winchester R5 Secll 
T14 R12 O160a (1857) 

Anders, Ben O. (Elizabeth Anders, 
Mother) Winchester R4 Sec6 T13 
R12 Farm Hand Fred V. McLugh- 
lan (1905) 

Anders, George (Nellie Hoots) Ch 
Clarence, Alva, Lena, Carl; Win- 
chester Rl Sec22 T14 R13 T126a 
J. H. Shibe and W. W. Mclntosh 
(1882) 

Andres, Albert (Maud Six) Ch Gus- 
sie, Gertie, Eva, Rada, Maudie, Har- 
vey, Bert, Glenual, Ruba; Naples 
Rl Seel T14 R14 T240a John Pine 
and C. Taylor (1861) 

Andres, Gus (Myrtle Cox) Ch Mar- 
jorie; Naples Rl Sec8 T14 R13 
T70a George H. Cox (1891) 

Angelo, Lee (Mintie Chaudoin) Ch 
Alford, Irvin, William, Lillian; 
Naples Rl Secl6 T14 R13 T40a J 
Gregory (1917) 

Arendell, Charles E. (Maud Israel) 
Manchester Rl Sec22 T13 Rll Farm 
Hand Charles Brown (1917) 

Aring, John (Mary Vortman) Chapin 
R2 Secl3 T15 R13 TllOa Mrs. G. 
Vortman (1912) 

Ash, R. J. (Ella Clark) Ch Bertha; 
Manchester Sec20 T13 Rll T120a 
. James Heaton (1857) 

Ash, Thomas E. (Lavina and Malissa, 
Sisters) Manchester Rl SeclS T13 
Rll O40a (1859) 

Ashmore, George (Clara Humpries) 
Ch L. Marie; Roodhouse R6 Sec28 
T13 R12 TlOOa Charles Haney 



Atkins, Levi (Etta Chance) Bluffs Rl 
SeclO T15 R13 T260a Anna Chance 
(1872) 

Atkinson, Golden Winchester R2 
Sec34 T15 R13 T160a Anna Atkin- 
son (1899) 

Atkinson, William J. (Ethel Wright) 
Ch Herbert, Robert, Floyd; Win- 
chester R2 Sec31 T15 R12 Farm 
Hand Ebaugh Bros. (1883) 



B 



Bailey, Samuel (Anna Wright) Ch 
Ruth, Blanche, Ruby; Winchester 
R6 Sec34 T14 R12 O160a (1871) 

Baird, A. C. (Maggie Edwards) Ch 
Alma, Ella, Zelma, Edward, Clar- 
ence; Manchester Sec7 T13 Rll 
T180a John Robison (1914) 



Baird, B. (Margaret Freesen) Mil- 
dene; Winchester Rl Sec27 T14 R13 
Farm Hand J. T. Wilson (1898) 

Baird, Clyde (Fae E. Quinn) Win- 
chester R3 SeclO T14 R12 Farm 
Hand D. C. Hawk (1896) 



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Baird, George (Martha Clemens) Ch 
Newton, Cyrus, Mary, Alva, Emma, 
Otis, Archie; Naples Rl Sec4 T14 
R13 O29a (1856) 

Baird, William (Tina Henson) Ch 
James, Mary, John, Nina, Herbert; 
Naples Rl Sec4 T14 R13 T40a Mary 
Henson (1868) 

Baker, Charles (Susan H. Cox) Ch 
Verla, Lucile, Bernice, Joseph M.; 
Chapin R3 Sec30 T15 R12 T203a 
Roy Vangundy (1908) 

Balke, F. H. (Lydia Krueger) Ch 
Amelia, Freda, Erna, Carl, Lucile, 
Merle; Winchester Rl Seel T13 
R12 O140a Sec27 T14 R12 T280a 
Chris Dahman (1906) 

Ball, L. H. (Delia Sappington) Ch 
Leslie, Ira, Sydney, Kate, Ora; Win- 
chester Rl Sec20 T14 R13 OllOa 
(1866) 

Ball, Spencer (Mary Bunch) Ch Ger- 
trude, Grace; Winchester Rl Sec23 
T14 R13 O147a (1864) 

Barfield, George (Carrie Bell Scott) 
Ch Opal; Meredosia SecS T1S R13 
TllOa Mrs. R. Mayes (1872) 

Barfield, James (Leona Manley) Ch 
Louis, Pearl, James, Ethel; Win- 
chester R5 Sec23 T15 R12 Farm 
Hand Ed. Leach (1869) 

Barfield, W. M. (Sarah A. Manley) 
Ch Jessie, May, Annie, Edith, Les- 
ter, Howard; Naples SecS T15 R13 
T200a H. Dufelmeier (1861) 

Barnes, Burl (Ina Barnhart) Ch Julia, 
Russell, Lewis, Jim, Mildred, Lloyd, 
Edward; Winchester R6 Secll T13 
R12 T35a Thomas Ferrell (1908) 

Barnett, Alva (Jessie Remley) Win- 
chester R4 T13 R13 T80a Ed. Watts 
(1894) 

Barnett, Smith (Nellie Day) Ch Lillie, 
Roy, Edrie, Edna, Clarence; Win- 
chester R3 Sec27 T14 R12 T80a 
James Rough (1870) 

Barnett, W. A. (Matilda Hahn) Ch 
Alva, Mabel, Goldie, Harry, Burley, 
Zelma, Neta; Sec36 T13 R13 O40a 
T160a Frost Est. (1872) 

Barry, J. W. (Katie Bickford) Ch 
Venena Robertine; Merritt .Sec26 
T15 R12 O86a (1869) 

Barry, Joseph Winchester R5 Sec28 
T14 R12 O30a (1882) 

Batley, Clayton (Mary E. Hart) Ch 
George, Harvey; Bluffs R2 Sec21 
T15 R13 OlOOa (1846) 

Batley, George R. (Emma Little) Ch 
Lila, Edith, Ralph, Addie, Lois, 
Clayton, Lawrence, George, Ruth; 
Naples Rl SecS T14 R13 T380a W. 
L. Alexander (1867) 



Batley, Harvey (Lucy Burns') Ch 
Clark, Lelia, Lauren; Winchester 
Rl SeclS T14 R13 O72a (1877) 

Battefeld, Earl (Gladys Major) Bluffs 
Rl Sec2 T1S R13 Farm Hand C. 
McCaleb (1913) 

Bauser, J. H. (Leah Winningham) Ch 
Mabel, Russell, Pearl; Naples Sec7 
T15 R13 Farm Hand J. M. Pine 
(1915) 

Beadles, Jessie E. (Mary Parker) Ch 
Lorena, Raymond; Winchester Rl 
SeclO T13 R13 Farm Hand H. Shibe 
(1899) 

Bean, Alvin Ch Henry, Effie; Win- 
chester R2 Secl2 T14 R12 O120a 
(1841) 

Bean, C. T. (Emma Krusa) Ch Grace; 
"Bean Homestead" Winchester R2 
Secl2 T14 R12 O120a (1887) 

Bean, Henry Ch Carl, Marie, Edna; 
Winchester R2 Secl2 T14 R13 
T120a Alvin Bean (1877) 

Bean, James B. (Nora Taylor) Ch 
Mildred, Elsie; Winchester R2 Sec7 
T14 R12 O117a (1883) 

Bean, William A. (Agnes Turner) Ch 
Ninnie, Anna, Lecie; Winchester 
R2 Sec7 T14 R12 OlSa (1839) 

Bean, W. F. (Carrie DeMaranyille) 
Ch Russell, Thelma, Marjorie; 
"Maple Lawn Farm" Winchester 
R2 Secl2 T14 R13 O125a (1878) 

Beasley, B. F. (Hetty A. Gray) Ch 
John F., Lillia; Winchester R6 Sec23 
T13 R12 OlOOa (1845) 

Beavers, J. Newton (Ollie Moore) 
Bluffs R2 Sec27 T15 R13 OlOSa 
(1877) 

Beavers, Logan (Mamie Morris) 
Bluffs R2 Sec22 T15 R13 O40a 
(1867) 

Bell, Henry (Rosie B. Henry) Ch 
Lillie E., Mary H.; Winchester R6 
Sec24 T13 R12 O480a (1853) 

Bell, Thomas (Gertie E. Lovell) Ch 
Lloyd G., May, Myrtle, Lela, Les- 
lie, Fay, Lyle; Manchester Rl Sec34 
T14 Rll T160a William Lovell 
(1912) 

Bentler, Anton (Elizabeth Lohmann) 
Ch Mary, Bernadine, John, An- 
tonie, Hugo, Pauline, Joseph, 
Arthur; Bluffs R2 Sec32 T15 R12 
O80a (1864) 

Bentler, Fred (Annie Breuggermann) 
Ch Roscoe, Olivia; Naples Rl Secl4 
T14 R14 T290a Luther Hess 
(1873) 

Benz, Louis W. (Carrie Brackett) Ch 
Arthur, Margaret, Andrew; Neeley- 
ville Secl9 T15 R12 Farm Hand Ed. 
Morthole (1873) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



Benz, Edward G. (Kate Stumbord) 
Ch Henry L.; Chapin R2 Secl9 T15 
R12 T200a William Hufker (1869) 

Berry, George R. Ch Russell M., M. 
Worth, Carl N., Leroy, George R. 
Jr., Elizabeth M., Alexander, Elma, 
Louise; Merritt Sec21 T15 R12 
OlOOa (1859) 

Berry, Samuel C. Ch Gladys, Erma, 
Harold; "Cedar Grove Farm" 
Chapin R2 Sec29 T15 R12 O84a 
(1867) 

Biggers, Bert (Delia Smith) Ch 
Nova, Barney, Mildred, Tommie; 
Winchester R4 Sec9 T13 R12 T20a 
Mrs. Hoots (1915) 

Bird, George S. (Louisa A. Day) Ch 
Herman E., Loie I.; Roodhouse R3 
Sec36 T13 R12 O40a (1868) 

Blackburn, Bert L. (Maud Young) 
Ch Roy, Mildred; Winchester Rl 
Secl4 T13 R13 Robert Smith 
(1885) 

Blackburn, Curtis (Nelia Schafer) Ch 
Paul L., Leona M.; Winchester R4 
Seel T13 R12 O65a (1886) 

Blackburn, Fred (Florence Templin) 
Ch Lloyd, Paul; Winchester Rl Seel 
T13 R13 (1889) 

Blackburn, Lincoln (Bessie Templin) 
Ch Richard, Vivian; Winchester Rl 
Seel T13 R13 T55a John McGinnis 
(1893) 

Blackburn, James (Mary Evans) Ch 
Maud, Myrtle, Bessie, Lincoln, 
Fred, Lloyd, Arthur; Winchester 
Rl Seel T13 R13 O47a (1875) 

Blackburn, Joseph (Jane McGinnis) 
Winchester Rl Secl7 T13 R13 
O160a (1867) 

Blair, Charles (Mattie Henson) Ch 
Dana; Winchester R4 Sec25 T13 
R13 TlOOa T. J. Blair (1872) 

Blair, Edwin (Ada C. Cunningham) 
Ch Erma; Glasgow Secl9 T13 R12 
O120a (1864) 

Blair, E. L. (Dora Evans) Winches- 
ter R4 Sec26 T13 R13 TlOOa T. J. 
Blair (1864) 

Blair, George R. (Martha Walker) 
Winchester Rl Secl3 T13 R13 Farm 
Hand J. M. Blair (1894) 

Blair, Harley J. (Flora Walker) Ch 
Pauline, Mildred, Madeline, Eugene, 
Winnifred; Winchester R4 Sec30 
T13 R12 O60a TlOa J. N. Blair 
(1908) 

Blair, John M. (Susie Cooksey) Ch 
George R., Ona; Winchester Rl 
Secl3 T13 R13 O120a (1849) 

Blair, Kirt (Aquilla Couts) Ch Oma; 
Winchester Sec26 T13 R13 T160a 
R. O. Renner (1858) 



Blair, Mrs. Louise Ch Curtland, Alta, 
Edwin; Glasgow Secl9 T13 R12 
O80a (1868) 

Blair, Mary J. Ch Bert, Curtis, Emma; 
Winchester R4 Sec20 T13 R12 O47a 
(1860) 

Blair, Owen (Anna Roberts) Ch Dale; 
Winchester Sec25 T13 R13 T120a 
T. J. Blair (1869) 

Blake, Delbert (Erne Pistol) Ch Ed- 
gar K., Earnest; Winchester Rl 
Sec22 T13 R13 Farm Hand Charles 
Young (1914) 

Blimling, John W. (Mary E. Story) 
Ch Floyd, Frederick, Alice; Win- 
chester R3 SeclS T14 Rll T350a 
W. T. Dodsworth (1917) 

Bobbitt, Arthur E. (Sarah E. Bright) 
Chapin R2 Sec28 T15 R12 T27a 
Mrs. E. D. Bobbitt (1888) 

Boes, Henry (Minnie Snyder) Ch 
Theodore, Rudolph, Tillie, Herbert; 
Naples Rl Sec8 T14 R13 O160a 
(1887) 

Boes, Rudolph (Bertha Wilson) Ch 
Lula, Minnie, Velma; Winchester 
Rl Sec34 T14 R13 T200a J. T. Wil- 
son (1892) 

Boes, Theodore (Lila Batley) Ch 
Howard, Omer; Naples Rl SecS T14 
R13 T380a W. L. Alexander (1887) 

Boester, Fred (Rosa Bolle) Ch Rosa, 
William, Fred, Henry, Elmer, 
George, Carl; Winchester Rl Secl6 
T14 R13 O200a (1882) 

Bolle, Fred (Eliza Bolle, Mother; 
Clara Bolle, Sister) Winchester R2 
Secl9 T14 R12 T140a Mrs. A. P. 
Grout (1902) 

Bonds, Elmer (Bessie Rigor) Ch 
Mary, Maurice, June; Chapin R2 
SeclS T15 R12 T275a J. R. Bonds 
(1880) 

Bonds, James R. Ch Louie, Elmer, 
Delia, Ira, Henry, John, Hazel; 
Chapin R2 SeclS T15 R12 O275a 
(1843) 

Boston, Frank G. (Ida Mitchell) Ch 
Oscar, Dora, Dollie, Nannie, Claud, 
Marie, Frank; Winchester R6 Sec24 
T13 R12 T120a James Bell (1861) 

Boston, Fred (Mary L. Shelton) Ch 
Harry, Gladys; Winchester Rl 
Sec29 T14 R12 O76a Lizzie North 
(1865) 

Botterbusch, Royal (Elsie Weber) 
Bluffs R2 Sec21 T15 R13 T107a 
William Botterbusch (1888) 

Botterbusch, William (Kate Ommen) 
Ch William, Mary, Royal, Anna, 
Rosie; "Hillview Farm" Bluffs R2 
Sec21 T13 R21 O2l5a (1880) 



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Botterbusch, W. D. (Fannie Van- 
nier) Ch Dorothy, Wilmar, Eleanor; 
Bluffs R2 Sec27 T15 R13 T75a Wil- 
liam Botterbusch (1880) 

Boyer, C. N. (Katie Wilder) Ch 
Burley, George; Manchester Sec33 
T13 Rll O90a (1917) 

Boyer, B. W. (Emma Scott) Rood- 
house R4 Sec33 T13 Rll O90a C. 
N. Boyer, Sr. (1917) 

Brackett, Robert A. (Florence Bu- 
chanan) Ch Wendell, Merrill; Ex- 
eter Sec25-36 T1S R13 O16a T65a 
James Branson (1881) 

Branson, J. M. (Ellen Sappington) 
Ch Mary, Lena, Leonard; Bluffs R2 
Sec36 T15 R13 O95a (1864) 

Brebbermann, Dick (Lizzie Wellen- 
kamp) Bluffs R2 Sec32 T15 R13 
O85a (1900) 

Breyer, Oscar (Lillie Breyer) Ch 
Grave A., Marie C.; Winchester R5 
Sec27 T15 R12 T160a Lizzie Nein- 
huser (1906) 

Briggs, Alvin (Marie Swanson) Win- 
chester R2 Sec3 T14 R13 T265a 
Ch. Crisp (1916) 

Briggs, Fred S. (Pearl Huddleston) 
Ch Charles, Frederick; Winchester 
R5 Seel T14 R12 Farm Hand P. A. 
Coates (1916) 

Brockhouse, John D. (Caroline Froh- 
witter) Ch William, Margaret, Rus- 
sell; Chapin R2 Sec24 T15 R13 
O137a (1886) 

Brockhouse, Lawrence (Adelaide 
Griffin) Ch Harold; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec23 T15 R12 G. Lakamp (1915) 

Broermann, William (Minnie Placke) 
Bluffs Rl Secll T15 R13 O88a 
(1892) 

Brown, Albert H. (Claudia Bell An- 
dell) Ch Helen C., Robert D., Cecil 
L., Brownie H.; Winchester R3 
Secl3 T14 R12 TlOOa Mrs. O. Coul- 
tas (1887) 

Brown, Arthur C. (Lillie Owens) Ch 
Mabel, Dale, Louise, Ralph; Win- 
chester Rl Sec8 T13 R13 T160a 
Maxwell & Dix (1898) 

Brown, Darcy (Lillie Savage) Ch 
Nellie M., William H., Harry R.; 
Roodhouse R6 Sec28 T13 R12 T50a 
(1887) 

Brown, James M. Sr. (Mary Lyons) 
Ch James, Leo, Walter, Joseph, 
Sophie, Minnie; Winchester Rl 
Sec27 T14 R13 O200a (1854) 

Brown, John H. (Estella Drummon) 
Ch Levi, Lola, Nellie; Winchester 
R2 Secl7 T14 R12 Farm Hand W. 
A. Knapp (1880) 



Brown, J. M. Jr. (Elizabeth Wilbert) 
Ch Mary; Winchester Rl Sec27 T14 
R13 T80a Mrs. Anna Lyons (1879) 

Bryan, Palmer (Ruth Ruby) Ch Rob- 
ert; Winchester Rl T13 R14 Farm 
Hand Tom Fanmon (1901) 

Buchanan, Lucien (Fanny Black) 
Bluffs R2 Sec29 T15 R12 O126a 
(1863) 

Buchanan, Thomas Bluffs R2 Sec27 
T15 R13 O135a (1858) 

Buhlig, Henry (Bertha Albers) Ch 
Howard, Hazel, Bernice, Donald, 
Opal; Bluffs R2 Sec26 T15 R13 
T130a J. H. Stewart, Sr. (1904) 

Bunch, George T. (Ruth Foster) Ch 
Moses, James; Winchester R3 Sec28 
T14 Rll O28a (1892) 

Bunch, J. W. (Sarah Howell) Ch 
James, Joseph, Charles, Elizabeth, 
May, Flora, Otis, Anna, Ella, 
Elsie; Winchester R2 Secl6 T14 
R13 T47a M. McLaughlin (1848) 

Bunch, Joseph (Lily Davis) Ch Ruby, 
Cleo, Opal, Clarence; Naples Rl 
Sec30 T15 R13 T160a J. Robinson 
(1873) 

Burke, Daniel (Sarah Ward) Ch 
Catherine, Mary, James, Margaret, 
Abgail; Manchester Rl Sec4 T13 
Rll O80a (1867) 

Burns, Charles W. (Belle Hubble) 
Alsey Sec22 T13 R12 O34a (1873) 

Burns, Frank E. (Bettie Smith) Ch 
Bernice, Onda and Claude Evans, 
Stepchildren; Winchester R2 SecS 
T14 R12 Farm Hand Luther Horn- 
beek (1889) 

Burns, P. F. (Lucy Welch) Ch Mil- 
dred, Russell, Robert, Raymond 
Welch; Winchester R5 Sec9 T14 
R12 O80a (1872) 

Burnett, Robert F. (Kate Leitze) Ch 
Robert J.; Glasgow Sec28 T13 R13 
Farm Hand George Woodall (1877) 

Burrus, George W. (Dovie Haskell) 
Bluffs R2 Sec35 T15 R13 T112a F. 
Haskell and Mrs. Dove H. Burrus 
(1876) 

Bush, Arthur (Carrie E. Leib) Ch 
Ima, Leib; Winchester R2 Sec6 
T14 R12 O300a (1872) 

Bushnell, Harry E. (Gladys Day) Ch 
Gladys, Lucile; Winchester R6 
Sec23 T13 R12 TlOOa Louis Day 
(1915) 

Butzbach, William (Nettie King) Ch 
Justus, Jessie, Percy, Lucile; Win- 
chester Rl Sec30 T14 R12 O15a 
(1861) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



Call, A. E. (Malinda Savage) Ch 
Idella M., Edna, Carrie; Roodhouse 
R3 Sec27 T13 R12 Farm Hand Mrs. 
G. Wilson (1848) 

Camerer, Jesse (Sarah W. Earley) Ch 
Robert N., Lucy C, Etta W., John 
A., Ray A., Ervin C.; Roodhouse R6 
Sec28 T13 R12 T40a John Haney 
(1894) 

Campbell, Alonzo (Cora Mitchell) Ch 
Ida, Mae, Ola, Eva; Winchester Rl 
Sec27 T14 R13 Farm Hand James 
T. Wilson (1879) 

Campbell, C. T. (Bertha Campbell) Ch 
Claude, Chester, Anna; Winchester 
Rl Sec21 T14 R13 O17a (1876) 

Campbell, Edward (Mabel Benson) 
Ch Louise; Winchester Rl Secl6 
T14 R13 T300a S. D. Campbell 
(1891) 

Campbell, H. W. (Minnie Severns) 
Ch Royal, Leta, Rena, Floyd; 
"Campbell Hollow Farm" Naples 
Rl Sec4 T14 R13 T60a R. P. Camp- 
bell (1886) 

Campbell, Norman "Elmwood Farm" 
Winchester R5 Sec33 T15 R12 
O200a (1875) 

Campbell, Samuel (Janie Smith) Ch 
Gertrude, Mabel; Winchester Secl6- 
26 T14 R13 O38a T20a Mrs. Chum- 
ley (1864) 

Campbell, S. D. (Alice Davis) Ch 
Ora, Ottie, Edward, Maggie; Win- 
chester Secl6 T14 R13 O300a 
(1858) 

Campbell, W. R. (Rennah Peak) Ch 
Margaret, Clara B., Louise, Wesley 
R., James H.; Winchester Rl Sec30 
T14 R12 pl03a (1905) 

Carey, Curtis (Abbiegail Quinn) Ch 
Catheryn L., Letta, Henry W., Lois 
E., Paul; Winchester R3 Sec25 T14 
R12 O145a (1889) 

Carlton, W. M. (Pearl Knapp) Ch 
Mildred F., Mary A., Helen M.; 
Winchester R3 Sec33 T14 R12 
O280a (1876) 

Carter, C. C. and J. B. (Cora Biggs, 
Wife of C. C.) "Nithside Poultry 
Ranch" Chapin R2 Secl3 T15 R13 
0120a (1872) 

Castle, Leroy O. (Gladys Berry) Ch 
Leroy, Vincent; Bluffs Rl Sec3 T15 
R13 T280a Henry Oakes (1897) 

Chambeis, James O. (Minnie Lawson) 
Ch William, Harry, Oliver; Naples 
Rl Secl3 T15 R14 O104a (1875) 



Chapman, Charles Bluffs Sec8 T15 
R13 T160a W. Chapman Est. (1855) 

Chapman, Ethel and Mildred Bluffs 
Sec8 T15 R13 O400a (1895) 

Chandoin, Mack (Bertha Angelo) Ch 
Otis, Ivy, Myrtle; Naples Rl Sec8 
T14 R13 Farm Hand S. C. Walker 
(1917) 

Chrisman, B. F. (Clara Allen) Ch 
Allen, Frances, Susie; "Elm Springs 
Stock Farm" Merritt Sec26 T15 R12 
O60a T50a John Barry (1853) 

Chrisman, E. M. (Mattie Coultas) Ch 
John, Maud, Bert, Charles, Luella, 
Georgia; Jacksonville Rl Sec25 T15 
R12 O60a T80a Mrs. H. E. Chris- 
man (1858) 

Christman Bros., J. W. and N. Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec24 T15 R12 O80a 
(1867) 

Chrisman, Mrs. H. Ch Edgar, Ben- 
jamin, Margaret, Sarah, Laura, 
Emma, Harriet, Georgie; Jackson- 
ville Rl Sec25 O80a (1847) 

Christison, H. M. (Mary Butzbach) 
Ch Cecil, Elmer, Ola, Russell, 
Clyde; Winchester R2 Sec24 T14 
R13 O80a (1863) 

Christison, George W. (Hattie Cox) 
Ch Ethel, Florence, Irvin; Win- 
chester R5 Sec9 T14 R12 Farm 
Hand Ed. Gillham (1875) 

Christison, Jake (Lena Dunham) Ch 
Lecie, Susie, Stella, Hazel Win- 
chester R2 Sec6 T14 R12 O80a 
(1867) 

Christison, Richard (Anna D. Ward) 
Winchester R4 Sec32 T14 R12 O42a 
(1869) 

Clark, Benjamin S. (Vina Lewis) Ch 

Beulah, Olin; Winchester R6 Sec33 

T14 R12 T25a Charles Friday (1870) 

Clark, William F/.' (Bell Helmick) Cft 
Ethel A.; Roodhouse R3 Sec24 T13 
R12 T300a F. F. Clark (1912) 

Clark, William S. (Tabitha Akers) Ch 
William F., Bertha, Oscar M., 
Charles W.; Roodhouse R3 Sec24 
T13 R12 O131a (1837) 

Clayton, Arthur (Grace Harley) Ch 
Ethel, Roy, Maud; Manchester Rl 
SeclS T13 Rll Farm Hand Albert 
Hayes (1917) 

Claywell, Mrs. Bird Ch Charles, Anna, 
Pearl, Earl; Winchester R4 Seel 
T13 R12 OlOOa (1862) 

Claywell, Charles (Flossie Harrison) 
Ch Thelma; Winchester R6 Sec4 
T13 R12 T18a Mrs. E. Roach (1885) 



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Claywell, Mrs. J. F. Ch Will J., Minnie 
C, J. Karl; Winchester Rl Seel 
T13 R12 TSla J. F. Claywell Est. 
(1865) 

Claywell, Thomas J. (Emma L. Tay- 
lor) Ch Mabel, Lillie, Ray, Dale; 
Winchester Rl Secll T13 R12 O81a 
(1865) 

Coates, P. A. (Annetta Richardson) 
Ch Bertha V., Alvin, Eddie; Win- 
chester R5 Seel T14 R12 O333a 
(1875) 

Coates, Robert (Ella Morris) Ch 
Glenn; Winchester R5 Seel T14 R12 
OlSOa (1875) 

Cockerill, Alfred E. (Mary Cantrell) 
Ch Goldie, Harvey, Austin, Sadie, 
Fred, Ruth, Irene, Ruby, Mary, Al- 
fred; Murrayville Rl Sec27 T14 Rll 
O80a (1865) 

Cockerill, Harvey L. (Neta Stice) Ch 
James A.; Manchester Rl Sec33 T14 
Rll TlOOa Calvin Hart (1894) 

Coker, D. (Minerva Lovelace) Ch 
Elsie, Hazel, Blanch, Cloyd Drake, 
Stepson; Winchester R4 Sec23 T13 
R13 T80a James Lovelace (1907) 

Collins, J. U. (Lizzie Hoefner) Ch 
Esther, Ray, Freda, Sterling; Win- 
chester R2 Sec24 T14 R13 O80a 
(1915) 

Collins, Mrs. Mary O'Bryan Ch Lillie 
M., Mary C.; Winchester R2 Sec8 
T14 R12 O272a 

Collison, John P. (Mabel Dickens) 
Winchester R2 Sec6 T14 R12 Farm 
Hand A. Bush (1892) 

Combs, William (Laura Christman) 
Ch Eunice, Annie, Olie, Willie, 
Wesley, George; Winchester Sec25 
T15 R12 Q64a (1902) 

Comerford, Edward (Mary Flynn) 
Ch Leo, Earl, Ralph, Edward, 
Charles H., Martha; Naples Sec35 
T15 R14 O400a (1860) 

Condon Bros., John and Mike (Anna 
Condon, Sister) Manchester Rl 
SecS T13 Rll O120a (1880) 

Cook, W. D. (Millie Barlow) Ch 
Woodson, Helen, Forest, Dewey, 
Sylvester, Samuel, John, Alice; Val- 
ley Sec35 T15 R14 T127a W. Rogers 
(1912) 

Coon, R. S. (Leila Kelly) Ch Lucile; 
Florence Sec25 T14 R14 Manager 
H. G. Herget (1912) 

Cooper, David J. (Nellie Herron) Ch 
Roily; Manchester Rl Secl3 T14 
R12 T70a James H. Garvin (1902) 

Cooper, Robert (Marietta Akers) Ch 
Ernest J., Mary J., William C., 
George A.; Manchester Sec30 T13 
Rll O365a (1856) 



Copley, Frank A. (Stella Kelley) Ch 
Stanley; Manchester Rl Sec6 T13 
R12 T171a James Copley (1886) 

Copley, James (Annie Brown) Ch 
William, John, Mary, Frank, Albert, 
Fred, Bessie; Manchester Rl Sec6 
T13 R12 Ol>la (1867) 

Copley, John R. (Grace Kelley) Ch 
Glenn Leo; Winchester R6 Sec2 
T13 R12 T120a Mrs. L. Woodall 
(1880) 

Copley, William (Hetty Thompson) 
Manchester Rl Sec21 T13 Rll T120a 
George Heaton (1876) 

Corbin, W. S. (Ollie Thompson) Win- 
chester R6 Sec34 T14 R12 T75a 
Mrs. M. Thompson (1912) 

Coughlin, Frank (Minnie Canatsley) 
Ch Gertrude G., Mildred D., Thur- 
man F., Lillie M.; Winchester R3 
Sec31 T14 Rll T280a Jack Canats- 
ley (1890) 

Coultas, Albert A. (Lillie O'Donnell) 
Ch Marinda, Thomas, Albert, Rich- 
ard; Winchester Secl9 T14 R12 
O200a T120a Warren Coultas (1877) 

Coultas, Anson (Ella Richardson) Ch 
Glenn R.; Winchester R5 Sec22 T14 
R12 O95a (1853) 

Coultas, B. M. (Mattie Bailey) "Glen 
Oak Farm" Winchester R3 Sec26 
T14 R12 O130a (1877) 

Coultas, Carl (Eva Buckley) Ch Jes- 
sie, Russell, Wanda; Winchester Rl 
SecS T13 R12 TllOa Neat and Con- 
dit Bank (1885) 

Coultas, Charles E. (Inez M. Breckon) 
Ch June J. Bessie I., Ferry A., 
Percie E., Fred M.; "The Pines" 
Winchester R3 Sec26 T14 R12 
O120a (1870) 

Coultas, Chester (Cecile Smothers) 
Ch Lucile, Robert; Winchester Rl 
Secl9 T14 R13 T160a Mrs. C. H. 
Condit (1887) 

Coultas, C. H. (Mary Glossap) Ch 
Elmer, Chester E., Maud, Allen, 
Bert, Dewey; Winchester R5 SeclO 
T14 R12 OlOOa (1855) 

Coultas, Elbert J. (Laura Gibbs) Ch 
Ethel, Roy, Nellie; Winchester R5 
Sec3 T14 R12 O645a (1857) 

Coultas, Grant (Mayme Hawk) Ch 
Wilson J., Frances, Jack; Winches- 
ter R5 Secl6 T14 R12 O350a 
(1864) 

Coultas, H. A. (Jennie W. Peak) Ch 
Isaac, Linton; Winchester Rl Secll 
T13 R13 O160a (1873) 

Coultas, Irvin F. (Lydia Townsend) 
Ch Mary, Lois, Margaret, James; 
Winchester R3 Sec21 T14 R12 
O300a (1865) 



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Coultas, Linton G. (Bertha Shull) 
Winchester Rl Secll T13 R13 T200a 
Hiram Hunter (1896) 

Coultas, Luther (Ida L. Beutler) Win- 
chester R3 Sec25 T15 R12 T160a 
R. H. Coultas (1874) 

Coultas, L. L. (Fannie Ham) Ch 
Mamy; Riggston SeclO T14 R12 
O95a (1866) 

Coultas, Ray W. (Gertrude Damson) 
Ch Geraldine; Winchester R2 Sec20 
T14 R12 T120a (1880) 

Coultas, Roy J. (Mettie Berryman) 
Ch Clyde R., Virginia, Elizabeth; 
Winchester R5 SeclS T14 R12 
T250a Elbert Coultas (1887) 

Coultas, R. T. G. (Luella Dawson) 
Ch Arthur, Leroy, Carl E., Frank, 
Richard, Minnie, Ella, Belle; Riggs- 
ton Sec33 T15 R12 O9S^a (1849) 

Coultas, Samuel J. (Bessie Barber) 
Ch Mildred Lucile, Dean Barber; 
Jacksonville Rl Sec30 T1S R12 O80a 
(1870) 

Cowan, Elex (Mrs. Young, Mother) 
Winchester Rl SeclS T13 R12 O24a 
T90a Elmer Young (1872) 

Cowan, Harry (Laura Tuttel) Ch 
Richard, Aleck, Kenneth, Marion; 
Naples Rl Sec8 T14 R13 Farm Hand 
S. C. Walker (1879) 

Cowan, Joseph (Lillian Lietze) Win- 
chester Rl Secl4 T13 R13 O24a 
(1884) 

Cowgill, A. A. (Annie Livingston) 
Ch Libbie, Sadie, Georgie; Man- 
chester Rl Sec7 T13 Rll T80a J. 
M. Heaton (1849) 

Cox, Almon D. Winchester R2 Sec9 
T14 R13 O149a (1885) 

Cox, George E. (Etta Hoots) Ch Clar- 
ence, Helen, Unie, Isabelle; Naples 
Rl Sec8 T14 R13 O40a (1882) 

Cox, G. H. (Phoebe Price) Ch 
Myrtle, Lecie, Louis, Russell, Lena, 
Carl, Clifford; Naples Rl Sec32 T15 
R13 T200a Mrs. N. E. Kellem 
(1866) 

Cox, Levi (Alice Howell) Ch Hester, 
Floyd; Naples Rl Sec9 T14 R13 
TllOa Mary A. and G. Cox (1881) 

Cox, W. H. (Mattie L. Cox, Sister) 
Winchester R5 Sec9 T14 R12 O160a 
(1848) 

Craddock, Martin (Saluda Patterson) 
Ch William, Thomas, Zella, Irene, 
Charles, Marie, Freda, Fay, Vivian, 
Catherine, Harvey; Manchester Rl 
Sec3 T13 Rll O80a (1872) 

Crabtree, George W. (Ida Mitchell) 
Ch Ray, Edna; Winchester Rl 
Sec22 T13 R13 T120a W. N. Gihbs 
(1860) 



Crabtree, J. M. (Martha E. Boston) 
Ch James W., Nellie B., Thomas L., 
Nina F.; Winchester Rl Secl4 T13 
R12 O14a (1848) 

Crabtree, Joseph W. (Nettie Sweet) 
Ch Lola, Glenn, Frances; Winches- 
ter R6 Sec4 T13 R12 Farm Hand 
A. P. Grout (1884) 

Crabtree, L. Winchester Rl Sec33 
T14 R13 Farm Hand C. R. Wilson 
(1889) 

Crabtree, Oscar (Mabel Parker) Ch 
Roy; Winchester Rl SeclO T13 R13 
T120a Hunter-Allen Co. (1877) 

Crabtree, William A. (Elizabeth 
Brown) Ch Ella, Amy, Jacob, Alty, 
Frances, William; Roodhouse R3 
Sec36 T13 R12 O36Sa (1839) 

Crew, H. H. (Louisa Sappington) Ch 
Emma, Moxie; Winchester R5 Sec28 
T15 R12 T160a N. Gillham (1872) 

Crum, Elmer (Angelina Montague) 
Ch Iverson, Raymond, Ruth, Paul; 
Bluffs R2 Sec29 T15 R13 T240a 
Green Est. (1916) 

Cryder, Charles (Grace Gaacher) Ch 
Ruth, Carrie; Manchester Sec33 T13 
Rll T280a Mrs. Roodhouse (1911) 

Cuddy, Buell L. (Gladys Roberts) 
Roodhouse R3 Sec25 T13 Rll T240a 
Mrs. O. G. Roberts (1901) 

Culp, Luther (Effie Angelo) Winches- 
ter R3 Sec27 T14 Rll T80a A. 
Stoneiiouse (1907) 

Cumby, Edward (Bessie Young) Ch 
Imogene; Winchester R4 Sec23 T13 
R13 T40a (1884) 

Cumby, James S. (Nellie B. Crabtree) 
Ch Neva, Erma; Winchester Rl 
Secl4 T13 R13 O40a (1879) 

Cumby, J. M. (Martha Trowler) Ch 
Edward, William; Winchester R4 
Sec23 T13 R13 O40a (1861) 

Cumby, Virgel (Annie Fowler) Ch 
Mary, Lena, Goldie, Elmer, Erma, 
Amanda, Mildred, Everett, William; 
Winchester R5 Secl6 T14 R12 Farm 
Hand Grant Coultas (1870) 

Cumby, W. J. (Etta Young) Ch Del- 
bert, Addie, Mary, Ray; Winches- 
ter R4 Sec23 O40a (1867) 

Cummings, Leslie (Edith Welch) Ch 
Vernin; Alsey Sec9 T13 R12 Farm 
Hand B. A. Biggers (1894) 

Curtis, James F. (Jessie Lemon) Ch 
Lloyd F., Lucy E.; Roodhouse R3 
Secl9 T13 Rll O35a (1882) 

Curtis, Joab (Dora L. Boston) Rood- 
house R3 Sec30 T13 Rll T80a Frank 
Curtis (1888) 



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D 



Dahman, J. F. (Lena Zahn) Ch Clar- 
ence, Vera, Russell; Winchester R3 
SeclS T14 R12 O182a (1891) 

Dalrymple, G. R. (Mary McDonald) 
Ch Jennie, Walter, Clara, Lizzie, 
Lucille; Winchester Rl Sec29 T14 
R13 T200a Dick.Bros. (1913) 

Daniels, H. E. (Harriett A. Fannon) 
Ch James A., Nettie, Hattie E., 
William E., Joseph H., Robert; Hill- 
view R2 Sec33 T13 R13 O40a T73a 
W. M. Corbett (1912) 

Daniels, W. E. (Lena Cecil Cumby) 
Hillview R2 Sec32 T13 R13 T350a 
W. M. Corbett (1910) 

Daniels, Robert (May Mitchell) Ch 
Imogene; Hillview R2 Sec33 T13 
R13 T8a Frost Est. (1910) 

Davis, G. W. (Sarah Ann Howell) Ch 
Raymond, Earl, Russell, Melvin, 
Beatrice, Nora, Nina; Naples Rl 
Sec24 T15 R14 T36a Alice Kerns 
(1893) 

Dawson, Miles M. (Mary June Horn- 
beek) Ch Ella M., Otis, Florence, 
Lois; Winchester R2 Sec7 T14 R12 
O80a (1850) 

Dawson, Ormsby (Emma Kastrup) Ch 
Mildred, Gertrude, Roy, David; 
Winchester R5 Sec20 T14 R12 
O212a (1863) 

Dawson, Otis (Minnie Thompson) 
Winchester R2 Sec6 T14 R12 O5a 
T30a Miles Dawson (1874) 

Day, Albert (Anna Bird) Roodhouse 
R3 Sec34 T13 R12 O383a (1852) 

Day, C. W. (Minnie S. Wilder) Ch 
Harry, Rosa, Walter, Thelma, 
Charles C., Vida, Mae; Roodhouse 
R3 Sec35 T13 R12 O49a (1868) 

Day, Ed. (Lillie Tunnell) Ch Alta, 
Lena, Archie, Edna; Roodhouse R3 
Sec35 T13 R12 T40a (1910) 

Day, Eli (Mary Doss) Ch Ira, Otis, 
Edward; Roodhouse R3 Sec35 T13 
R12 O60a (1847) 

Day, George H. (Libbie Cowgill) Ch 
Lecie C., Abner W., Harold F. ; 
Roodhouse R3 Sec36 T13 R12 O80a 
(1871) 

Day, Harry E. (May George) Rood- 
house R3 Sec34 T13 R12 O20a 
(1890) 

Day, Hubert A. (Georgia Cowgill) Ch 
Osee, Nina, Albert, Pansy; Rood- 
house R3 Sec28 T13 R12 T120a Al- 
bert Day (1885) 

Day, Lonnil E. (Laura Walk) Ch Lois, 
Imogene; Winchester R6Sec26T13 
R12 T25a William H. Day (1893) 



Day, Otis (Sarah Long) Ch Cecil M., 
Mabel, Myrtle, Claud; Roodhouse 
R3 Sec35 T13 R12 O120a (1869) 

Day, W. G. (Emma Blackburn) Ch 
Lonnie E., Frank, Leta M., Clar- 
ence; Winchester R6 Sec23 T13 R12 
T240a W. H. Day (1869) 

Decker, John H. (Cora Willford) Ch 
Gertie, Kate, Lillie, Sophia, Ettie, 
Grace; Montezuma Sec20 T13 R13 
T80a Aaidlott (1897) 

Deen, J. J. (Bell Combes) Ch Gertie, 
Harry, Jessie, Ethel, Thomas, Mil- 
dred; Manchester Rl Sec9 T13 Rll 
T80a (1916) 

Dewire, Miss Nora and Marguart 
Winchester R6 Sec9 T13 R12 Ollla 
(1859) 

Dobson, John (Minnie Stuart) Ch 
Clarence W., Stanly, Clara, Lucile; 
Winchester R6 Sec24 T13 R12 O90a 
(1876) 

Dobson, Richard L. (Sarah A. Mur- 
ray) Ch Jessie M., Floyd W., Harry, 
Charles O., Carl K., Richard, Lu- 
cille; Manchester Rl Sec3 T13 Rll 
T160a Thomas McCarty (1915) 

Dolan, Frank A. (Anna Woodall) Ch 
Vincent, Addie, Robert, Frances, 
Leonard, Elizabeth, Samuel, Alien; 
Winchester R6 Seel T13 R12 OlOOa 
(1867) 

Dolan, Robert W. (Mollie Quinn) Ch 
Murel; Winchester R6 Secl2 T13 
R12 T20a Frank Dolaa (1891) 

Dolen, Vince (Nellie Herring) Ch 
Virgil; Murrayville Rl Sec28 T14 
Rll T80a James Herring (1888) 

Doss, James V. Roodhouse R3 Sec26 
T13 R12 O20a (1907) 

Doyle, John J. (Ollie O'Donnell) Ch 
Robert E., Frank L., Lizzie, Bessie, 
Hazel, James, Mary, Richard; 
"Locust Lawn Farm" Winchester 
R6 Sec23 T14 R12 O160a (1858) 

Doyle, Robert E. (Aleta Harder) Ch 
Mary, Weldon, Lecye; Naples Rl 
Sec20 T14 R13 T240a Hy. Harder 
(1890) 

Drake, Elmer (Beatrice Lawson) Ch 
Goldie, Alvia; Montezuma Sec20 
T13 R13 T260a Will Herg9t (1912) 

Drennan, Mrs. Jessie G. (Jessie Green- 
wait) Ch Neal, Paul William; Man- 
chester Rl Sec27 T13 Rll Mrs. 
Sarah Greenwalt (1885) 

Drummond, William H.(Lyla Ganges) 
Ch George, Virginia; Winchester 
R4 Sec36 T13 R13 George Drum- 
mond (1890) 



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Dubbel, Will (Mamie Kilver) Ch 
Nina; Naples Rl Secl7 T14 R13 
O80a (1883) 

Dufelmeier, Herman H. (Mary Boahs) 
Ch Rudolph, Edward, Carl, Emma, 
Annie, Edith, Johnnie; Chapin R2 
Secl7 T15 R12 O13Sa (1905) 

Dunham, Scott M. (Eliza Hopper) Ch 
Mabel, Clarence, Mildred- Chapin 
R2 Sec29 T15 R12 T203a George 
Coulson (1887) 



Dunn, C. E. (Rose M. White) Ch Carl, 
Mildred, Arlene, Irene; Winchester 
R3 Sec31 T14 Rll O30a (1914) 

Dunn, William W. (Malinda H. 
Bonds) Ch Charles C, Ida E., 
George A.; Chapin R2 Secl6 T15 
R12 O40a (1885) 

Dunnegan, Thomas S. (Fannie B. 
Day) Ch Edith M., Flossie D., 
Ralph T., Harry L., Donald W.; 
Winchester R6 Sec23 T13 R12 T30a 
W. H. Day (1907) 



E 



Ebaugh, W. S. and J. C. Winchester 
R2 Sec32 T15 R12 O300a (1853) 

Edmonson, James W. (Courtney 
Mure) Ch Milton, Mure, Julia, 
Louise; Winchester P Secl2 T14 
R13 O140a (1880) 

Edmonson, L. A. (Mary Franklin) Ch 
Thomas, George, William, Minnie, 
Eileen; Winchester Rl Sec36 T14 
R13 O40a (1853) 

Edwards, James A. (Hannah Mehr- 
hoff) Ch Alfred, Julia E., Annabelle, 
Opal, Paul, Effie M., James R.; 
Roodhouse R3 Sec36 T13 R12 
O40a (1870) 

Ehlert, Carl (Katie Kreig) Ch Arthur, 
Bernhardt, Ella, Hugo, Willie, 
Oscar; Naples Rl Secl9 T14 R13 
T172a Charles Walter (1914) 

Ellerman, Hy. (Marie Meier) Ch 
Mamie, Paul, Clara, Helen; Bluffs 
Rl Seel T15 R13 O80a (1879) 

Elliott, Earl (Rose Weeder) Ch Elsie, 
June, Mary, Bert; Winchester R5 
SeclS T14 R12 T140a E. E. Crabtree 
(1900) 

Elliott, Harry H. (Minnie Anders) 
Winchester R5 SeclS T14 R12 T140a 
Ed. Crabtree (1889) 

Elliott, William (Maria Whewill) Ch 
Earl, Harry, Fred, Cedric, May; 
Winchester R3 Sec27T14R12 O160a 
(1882) 

Emmons, Walter L. (Edna B. Smed- 
ley) Merritt Sec27 T15 R12 Farm 
Hand William Morris (1898) 

Emmons, W. H. (Lou Baker) Ch 
Harry, John, Martin, Bessie, Cleve, 
Lee, George, Frank; Exeter Sec25 
T15 R13 O4a (1884) 

Enke, Frank (Dora Weber) Ch Reine, 
Otto, Emma, Arthur, Anna; Neely- 
ville Secl3 T15 R13 O115a (1907) 

Enke, Reinie (Johanna Cordes) Ch 
Alfred; Chapin R2 Secl3 T15 R13 
TlOOa Hy. Vannier (1907) 



Eoff, Albert (Etta King) Ch Rose, 
Ralph; Winchester R6 Sec4 T13 
R12 O40a (1898) 

Eoff, Elmer (Cecil Hankins) Ch 
Howard; Winchester R3 Sec26 T14 
R12 Farm Hand W. M. Carlton 
(1912) 

Evans, Benjamin F. (Malinda Harper) 
Ch James, Amanda, Alice, Mattie, 
Mary, Rose, Lillie, Ruth, George, 
Albert, Edward; Winchester Rl 
Sec2 T13 R13 T2a Herb McClure 
(1892) 

Evans, Charles B. (Artie Franklin) Ch 
Gilbert, Earnest, Murel, Fred, Elsie, 
Raymond, Cordell; Winchester Rl 
Sec2 T13 R13 OlOa (1873) 

Evans, Edward E. (Pearl Anders) Ch 
Roy, Mary, Louise, Raymond, 
Helen, Catherine; Winchester Rl 
Sec20 T14 R13 Farm Hand J. Hub- 
bard (1874) 

Evans, Grant W. (Flossie Havens) Ch 
Rita L., Rowena, Rowland, Ralph, 
Renna; Winchester Rl Secll T13 
R13 O30a T40a J. S. Havens (1875) 

Evans, Homer (Bessie Jackson) Ch 
Margaret, Martha; Winchester Rl 
SeclO T13 R13 Farm Hand J. 
Shepard (1882) 

Evans, H. H. (Florence McEvers) Ch 
Orval, Cecil, Zula; Winchester Rl 
Sec21 T13 R13 T180a Sawyer Land 
& T. Co. (1869) 

Evans, Jackson L. (Eva Evans) Ch 
Russell, Chester, Isabell, Marie, 
Oscar; Winchester R3 Secl9 T14 
Rll T284a Ralph Frost (1876) 

Evans, James (Ethel May) Ch Ray- 
mond, Merle; Winchester Rl Sec25 
T14 R13 Farm Hand W. Hamilton 
(1900) 

Evans, James W. (Emma Krueger) 
Ch Gracie, Nancy, Herman; Win- 
chester R6 Seel T13 R12 T140a H. 
Balke (1872) 



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Evans, Orval S. (Gertrude Rush) Win- 
chester Rl Sec21 T13 R13 T120a 
(1896) 

Evans, Robert (Belle Priest) Ch 
Lecye, Clay, Chatt, Doss; "Sunny 
Slope Farm" Winchester Rl Sec21 
T14 R13 O133a Sec26 T160a Mrs. F. 
Chumley (1870) 



Evans, William M. (Amanda Henson) 
Ch George W., Dora, Willie, Char- 
ley, Eva, Mary; Winchester Rl Seel 
T13 R13 T2a F. J. Claywell (1872) 

Evans, Willis C. (Ethel Blake) Win- 
chester Rl SeclO T13 R13 Farm 
Hand J. Shepard (1895) 



F 



Fanning, Isaac L. Winchester R5 
Sec35 T15 R12 T39a C. W. Richard- 
son (1891) 

Fannon, Thomas (Alta Smith) Ch 
Elmer, Elma; Winchester Rl Secl3 
T13 R13 O122a (1897) 

Farrell, John (Catherine Walsh) Ch 
Thomas, Patrick F., Mary, Bridget, 
Agnes, Loretta; Manchester Rl 
Sec3 T13 Rll O160a (1880) 

Farrington, Ed. Glasgow Sec 28 T13 
R12 T60a G. W. Young (1877) 

Fawkner, Frank (Mary Hoffarth) 
Naples Rl SeclS T15 R13 O120a 
(1911) 

Fearneyhough, Erwin R. (Pearl Per- 
kins) Ch Ralph, Ray, Irene; Win- 
chester R3 Sec35 T14 R12 T60a 
Charles Coulas (1886) 

Fearneyhough, James W. (Laura A. 
Southwell) Ch Erwin R., Ida M., 
Ellen G., Frances M., Harold J.; 
Winchester R3 Sec30T15 Rll O120a 
(1863) 

Fearneyhough, William (Florence 
Ticknor) Ch Wilbur Reid; Win- 
chester R3 Secl9 T14 Rll TllOa J. 
Jefferson (1890) 

Fels, Rudolph A. (Susan Strope) Ch 
Henry, Rudolf; Naples Rl Secl6 
T14 R13 Farm Hand S. D. Camp- 
bell (1907) 

Fernandes, J. H. (Nora Smith) Ch 
Elsie, Lonnie, Armenta, Vermeta; 
Jacksonville Rl Sec24 T15 RIO O40a 
(1898) 

Finney, J. H. "Mount Cottage Farm" 
Bluffs R2 Sec28 T15 R13 O120a 
(1836) 

Finson, F. M. (Laura Owens) Ch 
Verne, Roy, Emma, Theodore, 
Stella; Chapin R2 Sec36 T15 R12 
O20a (1899) 

Fitzsimmons, Charles (June Halpin) 
Ch Freida. Helen; Naples Rl Sec2S 
T15 R14 O160a (1892) 

Fitzsimmons, Edward (Laura Albers) 
Ch Earl, Harold; "Oak Grove 
Farm" Naples Rl Sec25 T15 R14 
O161a (1889) 



Fletcher, Mary E. Ch James S., 
Charles C., Ulysses S., Persis J., 
Hubert H.; "Meadow Brook Farm" 
Winchester R4 Sec32 T14 R12 OllOa 
(1844) 

Fletcher, William S. " (Margaret 
Stringer) Ch Mary, Lee; Winches- 
ter R3 Sec25 T14 R12 OllOa (1913) 

Flynn, S. P. (Fannie Jane Wilson) Ch 
Etta B., Harry L., Ollie M., Effie, 
Albert S.; Winchester R2 Sec6 T14 
R12 Ola (1847) 

Folley, Charles E. (Cynthia Smock) 
Ch Sophia; Roodhouse R3 Sec35 
T13 R12 O103a (1908) 

Fowler, John (Lillie Beasley) Ch 
Allen; Winchester R3 Sec24 T14 
R12 Farm Hand Luther Coultas 
(1863) 

Franklin, Schuyler Ch Edward, Ar- 
thur, William, Ethel, Ransom; Win- 
chester Rl Sec34 T14 R13 O2^a 
(1887) 

Freesen, Wm. F. (Mary Buhlig) Ch 
Herman, Henry, Oscar, Tillie, Mag- 
gie, Nora; Naples Rl Sec8 T14 R13 
0320a (1881) 

Freitag, Charles C. (Minnie Burmeis- 
ter) Ch Pearl, Edna, Irene, Charles 
Jr.; Winchester R6 Sec33 T14 R12 
OUa. (1909) 

Friend, Cornelius (Mary E. Renner) 
Ch Lydia J., Christian C., Mary E., 
Louis L., William S.; Winchester 
Rl Sec4 T13 R13 T245a W. B. 
Adelott (1917) 

Frost, Clarence W. (Lena Weeder) 
Ch Robert H., Albert W.; Winches- 
ter R3 Secl9 T14 Rll T165a Mrs. M. 
Frost (1888) 

Frost, George B. (Hilda Weeder) Ch 
Lois V.; Winchester R3 Sec T14 
R12 T90a Mrs. M. Frost (1891) 

Frost, William S. (Luella Watt) Ch 
Helen M., Elizabeth A.; Winchester 
R3 Secl9 T14 Rll O177a (1864) 

Fry, Edley (Lettie Thompson) Ch 
Donald, Clarence. Lucas; Naples Rl 
Sec25 T15 R14 O9a T60a Hy. and C. 
Oakes (1872) 



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Fry, George Naples Rl Sec24 T15 R14 
O9a T136a Emma Fry (1872) 

Frye, Enoch (Mary Kernts) Ch Wil- 
bert, Carrie, Clyde, Ralph, Pierce, 
Chester; Naples Sec6T15 R13 T320a 
J. Hamilton (1887) 

Funk, Clarence E. (Hallie L. White) 
Riggston Sec3 T14 R12 T275a B. F. 
Green (1881) 

Funk, Clyde (Eva Hutches) Ch Marie, 
Maurice; "Maple Hill Farm" Bluffs 
R2 Sec30 T15 R12 T161a Laura W. 
Funk (1878) 



Funk, Lola M. Ch Nimrod K., Harry 
W., Murl A., Ray T., Margaret L., 
Fern L.; "Maple Stock Farm" 
Bluffs R2 Sec30 T15 R12 O54a 
(1899) 

Funk, Louis C. (Margaret Clark) Ch 
Glenn, Emory, Stanley; Roodhouse 
R3 Sec30 T13 Rll O305a (1893) 

Funk, Rufus (Amanda Hitt) Ch 
Franklin, Minnie, Mary; Bluffs R2 
Sec36 T15 R13 O200a (1841) 

Fuss, Edward (Annie Parker) "Hick- 
ory Ridge Farm" Naples Rl Secl7 
T14 R13 T185a L. Leland (1867) 



Gaither, Chester I. (Lula M. Wood- 
man) Ch Alice H.; Winchester R6 
Sec29 T14 R12 T30a H. Fletcher 
(1892) 

Garvin, James (Sophia Arendell) Ch 
Nellie, Mabel; Roodhouse R3 Secl9 
T13 R12 O193a (1888) 

Gauges, Albert (Daisy Wade) Ch 
Lyla, Leo, Veta, Ralph; Winchester 
R4 Sec36 T13 R12 O70a (1874) 

Gauges, Gus (Marie Ashmore) Ch 
Leona M., Leta M., Delmar A., 
Clara A.; Winchester R4 Sec20 T13 
R12 T80a Roy James (1876) 

Gayheart, D. W. (Ibbie .Wilson) Ch 
Kimber, Myrtle, Ralph; Valley 
Sec2 T14 R14 T280a H. G. Pine 
(1916) 

George, Oscar (Lizzie Page) Ch Mat- 
tie, May, Minnie, Earl, Thomas; 
Alsey SeclS T13 R13 OllOa (1857) 

Gerard, John (Sabry Cox) Ch Vena, 
Ross, Margaret, Hallie; Naples 
Secll T14 R14 T120a John Sowden 
(1872) 

Gibbs, Edgar M. (Jessie Dickinson) 
Ch Gladys, Nellie, Everett, Martha; 
Winchester R5 Secll T14 R12 O71a 
(1866) 

Gibbs, H. B. (Harriett E. McCol- 
lough) Winchester R5 Sec4 T14 R12 
T160a H. E. Gibbs (1868) 

Gibbs, James H. (Rachel A. Bower) 
Ch Bertha M., Mettie B., Myrtle A., 
Bert H.; Roodhouse R3 Sec27 T13 
R12 O80a (1875) 

Gibbs, Robert C. (Laura Johnson) Ch 
Birdie, Vashti, Ray, Hazel, Leroy; 
Winchester R3 Sec36 T14 R12 
O135a (1866) 

Gibbs, William K. (Gallic Dodsworth) 
"Cedar Row Farm" Winchester R5 
Secl2 T14 R12 O211a (1873) 



Giffin, R. C. (Brooksie Murphy) Win- 
chester Rl Sec32 T14 R13 T200a 

E. A. Hippen (1916) 

Gillham, Erastus M. (Ida Bunce) Win- 
chester R2 Sec20 T14 R12 O87a 
(1860) 

Gillham, J. E. Ch Maud, Paul, Har- 
old, Lawrence, Ralph, Rebecca, 
'Marjorie; Winchester R5 Sec4 T14 
R12 T160a J. W. Camp (1863) 

Gillham, J. L. (Percie Hawk) Ch 
Eunice, Enid; Winchester R3 Sec4 
T14 R12 T160a Gillham Est. (1868) 

Gillham, J. W. (Fannie Leib) Ch Rob- 
ert, John; "Oak Edge Farm" Bluffs 
R2 Seel T14 R13 T120a E. L. Leib 
(1870) 

Gilman, Charles (Emma Albers) Ch 
Earl, Roy, Edith, Russell, Harold; 
Winchester R2 Sec3 T14 R13 OlOOa 
TlOOa George Hart (1889) 

Gilman, J. H. (Effie Brown) Ch Ethel, 
Bessie, Lula, Howard, Kenneth, 
Ruth; Naples Rl Sec32 T15 R13 
T203a Mrs. N. E. Kellem (1894) 

Glossop, Albert (Laura Williams) 
Winchester R3 Sec24 T14 R12 T240a 

F. P. Coultas (1914) 

Glossop, Arthur (Josephine Seibel) 
Ch Melvin S., A. Marvon; Winches- 
ter R2 Secl7 T14 R12 T140a Mrs. 
M. Glossop (1876) 

Glossop, T. E. (Anna E. Scott) Ch 
Anna, Floyd, Ralph, Orville, 
James; Winchester R3 Sec29 T14 
Rll T240a Warren North (1860) 

Glossop, Walter (Lizzie Marsh) Ch J. 
Ernest, Oscar, George, Harry, 
Thomas, Frank, Mary; Winchester 
R2 SeclS T14 R12 O225a (1864) 

Graves, N. T. (Nona Hamilton) Ch 
Curt, Tessie, Roy, Essie, Nannie, 
Chester; Winchester Rl Sec36 T14 
R13 T46a George Murray (1905) 



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Gray Bros. Albert, William E. and 
Charles; Roodhouse R6 Sec29 T13 
R12 O120a (1864) 

Gray, Roy (Stella Ecklebarger) Ch 
Juanita, Eliza; Naples Sec35 T14 
R14 Farm Hand Ed. Comerford 
(1914) 

Greenwalt, Bida (Rebecca Baker) Ch 
Howard; Manchester Rl Sec28 T13 
Rll T60a H. McConnell (1913) 

Greenwalt, Mrs. Sarah (Sarah Neal) 
Ch Ethel, Jessie; Manchester Rl 
Sec27 T13 Rll OlOOa (1879) 

Goolsby, David (Mary Angelo) Ch 
Rohert, Bessie; Winchester R6 Sec2 
T13 R12 T137a Mason Est. (1897) 

Gordon, Edgar L. (Luella V. Gordon) 
Ch Earl E., Sarah E., Zoe V., Cedric 
F., Margueretta V., Ralph E.; Win- 
chester R3 Secl3 T14 R12 O112a 
(1895) 

Gordon, Henry L. (Frances A. Camp) 
Ch Cecile F., J. Karl, Mabel F., H. 
Scott, Mark D.; Winchester R3 
Secl7 T14 R15 O216a (1852) 

Gordon, H. Scott (Gladys Gibbs) Ch 
Lloyd Reid; Winchester R3 Secl3 
T14 R12 T280a Mrs. E. M. Doan 
and H. Gordon (1888) 

Gordon, James B. (Mary F. Coultas) 
Ch Frank, Jettie; Winchester R3 
Secl3 T14 R12 O140a (1859) 

Gordon, William E. (Maria E. Ander- 
ton) Ch Lucy C., George H., Sallie 
E., Edith M., Allen O., Gertrude M., 
Bertha V., Mary E., Edwin A.; Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec25 T15 R12 O322a 
(1850) 

Grady, Alfred A. (Armeta Gray) Ch 
Homer, Lorend, Joseph, Eugene, 
James; Jacksonville Rl Sec22 T15 
R12 T8a Mrs. M. Maddin (1910) 

Grady, Homer E. (Annis Lawson) Ch 
Arthur; Winchester R2 Sec35 T15 
R13 Farm Hand C. M. Stewart 
(1907) 

Grant, Samuel (Sarah Hager) Ch 
Grace, William, Esther, Freeman, 
Norma, Alma, Charles, Samuel, 
Elmer, Roy, Nathan; Manchester 
Sec20 T13 Rll O300a (1917) 



Gregory, George (Rosa Heferling) 
Ch Goldie, Emma, Frank, Philip, 
Pansy, Esther, Nina, John, Virgie; 
Naples Rl Sec34 T15 R13 Farm 
Hand J. H. Parks (1860) 

Gregory, Jackson (Luella Smith) 
Winchester Rl Secl6 T14 R13 
T160a Hy Gregory (1863) 

Gregory, Monroe (Sibba Davis) Ch 
Henry, Wesley, Iva; Winchester Rl 
Secl6 T14 R13 TSOa Hy Gregory 
(1866) 

Gregory, P. O. (Ellen Cox) Ch Oscar, 
Horatio, Onzolo, Sophie, Mary, 
Emma, Reuben; Winchester R2 
Secl6 T14 R13 O45a (1858) 

Gregory, Ratio (Ella Bunch) Ch 
Emory, Hubert, Kenneth; Winches- 
ter R2 Secl6 T14 R13 T35a J. O. 
Terrell (1882) 

Gregory, William M. (Mary Bunch) 
Ch Ira W., Archie; Winchester R2 
SeclS T14 R21 TSOa Mrs. S. E. 
Oppers (1875) 

Grimm, Adolph G. (Carrie Call) Rood- 
house R6 Sec33 T13 R12 O40a 
(1886) 

Groce, Clayton (Lula Huddleston) 
Ch Edna, Eldon; Winchester Rl 
Sec23 T14 R13 O40a (1878) 

Guenther, L. H. (Minnie Jording) Ch 
William, Eva, Lillian; Winchester 
R2 Sec35 T15 R13 OlOla (1900) 

Guinane, James (Miss Minnie Ma- 
loney, Housekeeper) Winchester 
R6 Sec 16 T13 R12 OlOOa (1887) 

Guinane, Mike (Elizabeth O'Donnell) 
Ch Minnie, Margaret, Stephen, Tes- 
sie, Jessie, Frank, Bessie; Alsey 
Sec21 T13 R12 O167a (1864) 

Guinane, Mrs. Sarah Ch Madeline, 
' Chester, Gregory, Lillie, Josephine; 
Winchester R6 T13 R12 O175a 
(1904) 

Guinane, Stephen (Minnie Brown) Ch 
Agnes; "The Maples" Winchester 
R6 Sec22 T13 R12 TSOa Miss Minnie 
Guinane (1890) 

Gunther, John (Annie Renken) Ch 
Pearl, Clarence; Winchester Rl 
Sec22 T14 R13 (1916) 



H 



Hainsfurther, Albert (Bertha Mure) 
Ch Henriette, Julia, Albert, Bessie 
L.; Winchester Sec24 T14 R12 
(1863) 

Hainsfurther, Sol (Victoria Saghen) 
Ch Beatrice, Herbert, Robert; Win- 
chester Sec24 T14 R12 Joseph 
Roark (1871) 



Hale, Frank (Nettie Hatfield) Ch Vir- 
gil, Mark, Jeanette; Naples Sec8 T15 
R13 TSOa Hy. Vannier (1869) 

Hale, Horace (Zyl'ph Kerans) Ch 
Archie, Marv, Leroy, Teddy, Hellen; 
Bluffs R2 Secl9 T15 R12 T172a 
Mary BentLer (1868) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



Hale, Virgil (Florence Barfield) Ch 

Eileen; Naples SecS T15 R13 T107a 

J. M. Ritter (1905) 
Hall, Clarence J. (Daisy Wyatt) Ch 

Don, Infant; Manchester SeclS T15 

Rll Farm Hand Albert Hayes 

(1917) 
Hall, Ralph (Nannie Hudson) Ch 

Louise; Manchester Rl T13 Rll 

Farm Hand Albert Hayes (1917) 
Hamilton, Albert W. (Grace O'Don- 

nell) Ch Mabel, Helen; Winchester 

Rl SeclO T13 R13 T240a H. Hunter 

(1890) 
Hamilton, Ed. (Mary Richards) Ch 

Alta, Ora; Winchester Rl Sec25 

T14 R13 O55a (1860) 
Hamilton, Jam'es T. (Millie Hamilton 

Mother) Winchester R3 Sec24 T14 

R12 T25a Mrs. G. K. Haukins and 

Mr. Metzers (1870) 
Hamilton, J. E. (Stella Peak) Ch 

Georgia, Louise, Roy, Floyd, Kate; 

Winchester Rl Sec2S T14 R13 O163a 

(1865) 
Hamilton, Mrs. J. R. (Millie McClure) 

Ch Thomas, Otis, Belle, Emma; 

Winchester R3 Sec24 T14 R12 O2a 

(1841) 

Hamilton, N. L. (Percy Smithson) Ch 
Albert, Ethel, Mary, Wesley; "Scott 
County Farm" Winchester Rl Sec25 
T14 R13 T80a Scott County Farm 
(1866) 

Hamilton, Otis (Mattie E. Dean) Ch 
Amelia; Winchester R2 Sec20 T14 
R12 T195a D. W. Gibbs (1875) 

Hamilton, Stephen A. (Susan Black- 
burn) Ch Nona; Winchester Rl 
Sec25 T14 R13 O50a (1847) 

Hamilton, William M. (Irene Abrams) 
Ch Russell, Marjorie, James, Lucile; 
Naples Sec7 T15 R13 T220a James 
Hamilton (1873) 

Hamm, J. E. Ch Charles, Mary, Frank, 
Edward; Naples Rl Sec36 T14 R13 
O40a (1868) 

Hammon, Frank (Alice Jackson) Ch 
Oscar, Earnest, Maudie, Nettie, 
Katie, Willie; Glasgow Secl9 T13 
R12 Farm Hand C. Haney Est. 
(1852) 

Hampton, Ely G. (Emma Fletcher) 
Ch Doris, Vernon; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec24 T15 R12 O72a (1890) 

Haney, Mrs. Alice Ch Elsie, Lee, Alta, 
Lessie, Tessie; Roodhouse R6 Sec34 
T13 R12 O174a (1867) 

Haney, Charles (Florence Beverly) Ch 
Nellie, Yuel; Roodhouse R6 Sec29 
T13 R12 O140a (1876) 



Haney, Harrison (Winnie Townsend) 
Ch Lela, Arthur, Marie, Frank, Eva, 
May, John; Roodhouse R6 Sec 29 
T13 R12 O80a (1872) 
Haney, John Ch Oscar, Charles, Nelia, 
Nellie; Roodhouse R6 Sec33 T13 
R12 O216a (1846) 

Haney, Oscar (Laura Beverly) Ch 
Edith, Jay, Beulah; Roodhouse R6 
Sec32 T13 R12 O160a (1871) 

Hankins, George K. (Olive Walker) 
Ch Mary, Lilian; Winchester R2 
SeclS T14 R13 T160a I. Walker Est. 
(1858) 

Hannell, Louie (Ada Lee Jones) Ch 
William, Lee, Frances G. ; Winches- 
ter Rl Secl6 T13 R13 T72a (1913) 

Hannell, William (Mary Evans) Ch 
Verna, Floyd; Winchester Rl Secl6 
T13 R13 T75a D. Gibbs (1912) 

Hardister, William (Cora) Ch Mabel, 
Mildred, May, Minnie, James, 
Henry; Winchester Rl Sec36 T14 
R13 T78a Frank Hardister 

Hardwick, George W. (Elizabeth 
Wood) Ch Thomas M. Jr.; "El 
Contento Farm" Merritt Sec26 T15 
R12 T220a Thomas M. Hardwick 
(1872) 

Hardwick, Newton (Mary Richard- 
son) Ch Laura; Jacksonville Rl 
T15 R12 T240a J. Z. Scott Est. 
(1870) 

Hardwick, Thomas M. Ch Mattie, 
Louise, George W., Sallie; "El Con- 
tento Farm' ! Merritt Sec26 T15 R12 
O984a (1833) 

Hardy, C. L. (Ollie Jackson) Ch 
Mamie, Gertrude, Ida, Murel; Win- 
chester R2 Secl2 T14 R12 O120a 
(1867) 

Hardy, Elmer (Minnie Smith) Ch 
Raymond; Winchester Rl Sec23 
T14 R2 Farm Hand Mrs. L. Tay- 
lor (1897) 

Hardy, W. F. Ch Roy, Clarence; Win- 
chester Sec35 T14 R13 T6a W. J. 
Hardy (1876) 

Hardy, William J. (Martha Stice) Ch 
Charles, Delia, Lawrence, Samuel, 
William F.; Winchester Sec35 T14 
R13 O174a (1842) 

Harp, George (Nora Stearnes) Ch 
Willie; Winchester Rl Sec 22 T13 
R13 Farm Hand M. J. Sweet (1857) 

Hart, Ercil (Edna Bean) Winchester 
R2 Sec34 T14 R13 T25a Golden 
Hart (1895) 

Hart, Frank V C. (Fairie Cowgill) Ch 
Raymond, Kathryn; Murrayville Rl 
Sec33 T14 Rll T120a Mrs. E. Hart 
(1887) 



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Hart, Golden (Sadie Moore) Ch Wil- 
liam, Ercil, Ilah, Beulah, Dovie, 
Velma, Floyd, Freddie, Orville; 
Winchester R2 Sec34 T15 R13 
OlOOa (1870) 

Hart, Jake (Ruth Christison) Ch Har- 
vey, Marvin, Hallie; Winchester R2 
Sec2 T14 R13 O120a (1861) 

Hart, J. H. (Sallie Boardman) Ch 
Frank B., Montie, Helen, James H. 
Jr.; Murrayville Rl Sec33 T14 Rll 
OlOOa (1895) 

Hart, William W. (Ruth McLaughlin) 
Ch Geraldine, Bernice; Winchester 
R2 Sec3 T14 R13 TlOOa Est. of Delia 
Ansmus (1892) 

Harvey, F. J. (Laura Lankford) Ch 
Russell, Mildred; Jacksonville Rl 
Sec25 T15 R12 T50a Mrs. Adkisson 
(1909) 

Harvey, S. A. (Ida Whittaker) Ch 
Gladys, Alto; Chapin R2 Sec21 T1S 
R12 T120a H. B. Riggs (1897) 

Hasenkamp Bros. (John and Henry) 
Chapin R2 Sec20 T15 R12 O20Sa 
(1865) 

Hasenkamp, William Chapin R2 Sec21 
T15 R12 OlOOa (1865) 

Haskell, Fritz Winchester Sec34-35 
T15 R13 O112a (1874) 

Hatfield, K. R. (Lily Binge) Ch Beu- 
lah, Eugene, Harold, Lela; Naples 
Secl3 T15 R14 O80a (1863) 

Havens, Ira (Addie B. Evans) Ch 
Homer C; Winchester Rl Secl2 
T13 R13 Farm Hand John Savage 
(1891) 

Havens, J. E. (Bertha Hoots) Ch 
Bert, Leonard; Winchester Sec25 
T14 R14 T200a H. G. Herget (1891) 

Hawk, D. C. (Sadie Kelley) Ch Mary 
E., Sammy J., Helen M., Ralph M.; 
Winchester R3 SeclO T14 R12 O160a 

Hawk, J. H. (Jane Hardy) Ch Percy, 
George, Albert, Ella, Lida; Win- 
chester R5 Sec27 T15 R12 O127a 
(1847) 

Hawk, R. A. (Leonora Wells) Ch 
Ivan W.; Winchester R3 SeclS T14 
R12 O50a (1855) 

Hawk, W. W. (Louise M. Barry) Ch 
Ruth, Jesse, Nellie, Wilmana; Win- 
chester R5 Sec22 T14 R12 O120a 
(1859) 

Hayes, Edward R. (Margaret Patter- 
son) Ch Leroy, Howard, Viola, 
Emory, Stanley; Manchester Rl 
Secl4 T13 Rl O80a (1909) 

Hayes, Robert (Nellie Six) Ch Otis, 
Lloyd, Stella, Walter, Harold; Win- 
chester R3 Secl7 T14 Rll T48a Har- 
old Johnson (1885) 



Hayes, William T. (Margaret Suter) 
Ch Pearl, Elmer, Robert, Cora, 
Mary; Winchester R3 Secl7 T14 
Rll O40a (1863) 

Hazelriggs, Hurb (Neta Evans) Ch 
Mark, Jess, Jack, Bob; Winchester 
R3 Sec27 T14 R12 T5a O. O. Ebey 
(1905) 

Henry, James K. Ch John, Lydia; 
Winchester R3 Secl7 T14 Rll 
Farm Hand (1847) 

Hepworth, Sarah A. Ch Benjamin, 
William, John, Joshua, Tessie, 
Mamie; Alsey Sec22 T13 R12 O200a 
(1880) 

Hepworth, William (Lillian M. Sel- 
lars) Ch Earl W.; Alsey SeclS T13 
R12 T200a Mrs S. A. Hepworth 
(1880) 

Herring, Henry C. (Nettie Rawlings) 
Ch Harry, William, Nellie, Mamie; 
Winchester R3 Sec34 T14 Rll O210a 
(1861) 

Herring, James (Elizabeth Ward) Ch 
Henry, John, James, Lula, Ruth, 
Lee, Edith, Pearle Houston, Step- 
children; Winchester R3 Sec28 T14 
Rll O80a (1857) 

Herron, Thomas (Ollie Long) Ch 
Harvey L., Thomas C., J. Pauline, 
Flossie B., Paul E.; Roodhouse R3 
Sec36 T13 R12 O50a (1858) 

Hester, Tim (Laura Evans) Ch Bes- 
sie, Russell, Ruby; Winchester R5 
Sec35T15R12T100a Lottie Bringle 
(1865) 

Hester, Robert (Ella Jackson) Ch 
Archie, Alhert, Everett, Pearl, Myr- 
tle, Francis, Mildred; Winchester 
R6 T75a Mrs. Margaret King (1870) 

Hildebrand, George (Lena Albers) Ch 
Mildred, Ruth, Vera; Bluffs R2 
Sec29 T15 R13 O20a (1879) 

Hierman, George H. (Emma Wagle) 
Ch Ethel, Floyd, Gertrude, Marvin; 
Bluffs Rl Sec35 T15 R13 T293a 
Harry Oakes (1912) 

Hires, Harry (Ida Campbell) Ch 
Everett; Winchester Rl Sec3 T14 
R13 Farm Hand Edw. Wilson 
(1907) 

Hires, Elizabeth Cox Ch James, Sam- 
uel, Hattie, Georgie; Naples Rl 
Sec8 T14 R13 (1862) 

Hitt, W. D. (Julia Fergeson) Ch John, 
Henry, Will, Bessie; Merritt Sec26 
T15 R12 O360a (1835) 

Hodkinson, William (Jessie Henton) 
Winchester R6 Secll T13 R12 T120a 
Joe Hodkinson (1866) 



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Hogan, Walter (May Cull) Ch Ed- 
ward, Paul, Elizabeth, Mary; Naples 
Rl Sec8 T14 R13 T240a Leonard 
Leland (1879) 

Hogan, W. M. Ch Walter, Mayme, 
Catherine, Margaret; Chapin R3 
Secl4 T15 R12 O263a (1852) 

Holloway, J. L. (Mary Holloway) Ch 
Arthur, Cleavy; Winchester Rl 
Sec22 T14 R13 OlOOa (1914) 

Holloway, O. L. (Kate Perry) Ch Earl, 
Elsie, Ray, Louise, Fern, Freda, 
Eileen; Winchester Rl Sec22 T14 
R13 T80a Lucy Holloway (1876) 

Hoots, Mrs. Belle Ch Oscar, Mary E., 
Minnie, Luella, Julia, Harley; Win- 
chester Rl Secl4 T13 R12 Ola 
(1907) 

Hoots, Grover C. (Eva L. Welch) Ch 
Clarence R., Claud E., Carl K., 
Clifford; Winchester R3 Sec32 T14 
Rll Farm Hand Ed. O'Donell 
(1902) 

Hoots, H. W. (Ella Jackson) Ch 
Wiley, Leonard, Nell, Roy, Katie, 
Harry, James, Bertha, William; 
Winchester Rl Secl9 T14 R13 T400a 
J. Hubbard (1855) 

Hoots, Herman (Carrie Day) Alsey 
Sec28 T13 R12 T40a Anna Hoots 
(1910) 

Hoots, James (Roselle Evans) Ch 
Nellie K.; Winchester Rl Secl2 T13 
R13 T70a Lace Hoots (1896) 

Hoots, Leonard (Cora Gregory) Ch 
Rolla, Ray; Winchester R2 Sec24 
T14 R13 T130a Margaret Taylor 
(1884) 

Hoots, Lial S. (Myrtle Clark) Ch 
Cora M., Arthur, Albert, Clara, 
Flora; Winchester Rl Sec9 T13 R13 
T160a Dick Bros. (1878) 

Hoots, Roy (Pearley Wilson) Ch Bur- 
netta, Freda, James, Marie, Bessie; 
Winchester Rl Sec28 T14 R13 T170a 
James T. Wilson (1885) 

Hoots, Will (Nellie Templin) Ch El- 
sie, Herbert, Dolly; Winchester Rl 
Sec32 T14 R13 T160a J. C. Aydelott 
(1891) 

Hoots, Wiley (Pearl Evans) Ch Ed- 
ward, Mary, Delbert, Clyde; Win- 
chester Sec35 T14 R13 T120a H. W. 
Hoots (1877) 



Hoover, Samuel J. (Margaret Mc- 
Keever) Ch Catherine, Jeannette, 
Cecelia, Margaret; Winchester R5 
Sec27 T14 R12 O359a (1899) 

Hope, William (Anna Yackley) Ch 
Pearl, Lela, Lillian; Chapin R2 
SeclS T15 R12 Farm Hand H. Koch 
(1906) 

Hopper, Oscar (Etta Wright) Ch Una, 
Earl, Anabelle, Burl; Bluffs R2 
Sec28 T15 R13 TllOa Ernest Yord- 
ing and L. H. Guenther (1902) 

Hornbeek, Luther (Emma Glossop) 
Ch L. Burrel, Russell, Cecil, Mary; 
Winchester R2 SecS T14 R12 O229a 
(1852) 

Hornbeek, L. Burrel (Bessie Chance) 
Winchester R2 SecS T14 R12 T160a 
L. Hornbeek (1895) 

Hosack, Louis (Ada Todd) Ch Dot; 
Alsey Sec27 T13 R12 O120a (1859) 

Hubbert, Frank H. (Fannie Porter) 
Ch Isabell H., Russell D.; Chapin 
R2 Sec20 T15 R12 TllOa H. Hub- 
bert (1896) 

Hubbert, Henry (Lena Feldbusch) 
Ch Frank, Walter, Norman, Harry; 
Chapin R2 Sec20 T15 R12 O200a 
(1868) 

Hubble, Thomas H. (Kate Whitney) 
Ch Elmer, Frank, Austin, Russell, 
Alice, Pauline, Harold; Winchester 
R6 Sec22 T13 R12 O60a (1867) 

Huddleston, E. B. (Lizzie Parks) Win- 
chester R3 Sec23 T14 R12 T80a Ed. 
E. Watt (1860) 

Hufker, George (Anna Hufker, Sister) 
Chapin R2 Secl9 T15 R12 O193a 
(1858) 

Hufker, William (Mary Brockhouse) 
Chapin R2 Secl9 T15 R12 O190a 
(1850) 

Hurrelbrink, John H. (Mary A. Bot- 
terbusch) Ch Howard, Harold; 
"Elmwood Farm" Merritt Sec27 T15 
R12 O108a (1909) 

Huseman, Herman (Ella Wishmier) 
Ch Dora, Arthur, Carl; Bluffs R2 
Sec27 T15 R13 (1891) 

Hyatt, Charles (Alice Thomas) Ch 
Clarence, Edna; Naples Rl Secl3 
T15 R14 Hy. Oakes (1862) 



Irlam, Earnest (Opal Perkins) Ch 
Wilbur, Evelyn; "Willow Spring 
Farm" Winchester R6 Sec33 T14 
R12 O36a (1910) 



Isringhausen, P. H. (Hattie R. Cor- 
bin) Ch Marie, Freeman, Nellie; 
Hillview R2 Sec32 T13 R13 T34a 
W. S. Corbett (1917) 



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Jackson, Charles A. (Lottie L. Gilli- 
land) Ch J. Elizabeth; Chapin R2 
SeclS T15 R12 Farm Hand Harry 
Koch (1914) 

Jackson, W. W. (Jennie Wilcox) Ch 
Charles, George, Ella, Nannie, 
Wiley, William, Mary, Smith, Flora, 
Ruth; Winchester R6 Sec35 T14 R12 
O160a (1857) 

Jasper, Charles (Minnie Hubbs) Ch 
Almeda, Lela M., Zora, Norman, 
Euphemia, Emory; Manchester 
Sec29 T13 Rll T265a N. F. Smith 
(1890) 

Jefferson, George (Amelia Teague) 
Ch Mary A., Charles T., Margaret 
M.; Winchester Rl SecSO T14 R12 
O120a (1863) 

Jefferson, J. W. (Mary E. Rogers) Ch 
William R., Thomas A., Anna V., 
James S.; Winchester R3 Sec24 T14 
R12 O316a (1895) 

Johnson, Alden G. (Estella Cain) Ch 

. Lloyd E., Grace A., Lyndal L.; 
Winchester R6 Sec3 T13 R12 T78a 
Mrs. M. McCasey (1916) 



Johnson, Herman Bluffs R2 Secl4 

T15 R13 O4a (1894) 
Jones, Charles P. (Isabelle Dobson) 

Manchester Rl Secl3 T13 R12 O65a 

(1865) 
Jones, Claud (Lucy Tankersley) Ch 

Fred, Floyd; Manchester Rl Secl2 

T13 R12 T212a Richard Mason 

(1884) 
Jones, George R. (Rebecca Lash- 

mett) Ch Georgia, Claud, Jessie, 

Warren; Winchester R6 Secll T13 

R12 O102a (1859) 
Jones, J. A. (Louisa Sellars) Ch 

Ruth, Jackson, Leona, Mary Belle; 

Winchester R6 Secl3 T13 R12 O71a 

(1878) 
Jones, Warren A. (Lill R. Andell) Ch 

Virginia; Winchester R6 Secll T13 

R12 T20a George Jones (1890) 
Jones, W. H. (Lizzie J. Herron) Ch 

Charles V., William L., Goldie; 

Manchester Rl Secll T15 R13 Farm 

Hand Mrs. Ellis (1913) 
Jones, W. S. Naples Rl Sec2 T14 R13 

Farm Hand W. T. Smith (1864) 



K 



Kaiker, Joseph (Charlotte McLaugh- 
len) Ch Annie, Emma; Manchester 
Rl SecS T13 Rll O183a (1854) 

Keemer, John D. (Lillie Markillie) 
Ch Frances, Louise, Clemma, 
Elieen; Winchester R5 Secl2 T14 
R12 O70a T90a William Richard- 
son (1897) 

Kelley, Charles (Lucy Ogle) Ch 
Sarah, Oliver, Elijah, William, 
Mary; Winchester Rl Sec36 T14 
R13 T27a John McGuiness (1862) 

Kelley, John (Dora Thompson) Ch 
Stella, Mary, Grace, John, Russell, 
Ruby; Manchester Rl Sec6 T13 Rll 
O40a (1865) 

Kelly, George (Ella Greenwood) Ch 
Pauline, Ursula, Joyce; Bluffs R2 
Sec27 T15 R13 Farm Hand J. E. 
Burbank (1900) 

Kesterson, Harvey (Annie Bunch) 
Ch Vera, Gleniel, Margaret; Naples 
Rl Sec30 T15 R13 TllOa Charles 
Kircher (1896) 

Kesterson, J. S. (Sarah Langley) Ch 
Harvey, Roy, Lucy, Bennie; Bluffs 
Secll T15 R13 T4a H. Johnson 
(1900) 



Killebrew, Thomas S. (Ethel W. Mil- 
ler) Ch Charles E., William, Sam- 
uel, Howard, Robert, Flossie; Win- 
chester R4 SeclS T13 R12 O43a 
(1870) 

Kilver, Frank (Dora Placke) Ch 
Mabel, Vernon, Clifford; Winches- 
ter R2 SeclO T14 R13 O40a T288a 
Herman Kilver (1886) 

Kilver, Herman (Lena Marsh) Ch 
Fritz, Henry, Mamie, Frank, Annie, 
Minnie, Lena, Herman, Gus, Wal- 
ter, William, Marteen; Bluffs SeclO 
T14 R13 O288a (1875) 

Kilver, H. H. (Anna Hobrock) Ch 
Florence, Ferna; Naples Rl Sec31 
T15 R13 O160a (1882) 

Kincaid, Miss Annie Winchester R3 
Secl4 T14 R12 O60a (1897) 

Kincaid, James E. (Lillie Tankersley) 
Ch Lillian, Beatrice; Winchester R5 
SeclS T14 R12 O154a (1853) 

King, George (Sadie Welch) Ch Lucy, 
Robert; Winchester R6 SecS T13 
R12 O20a (1872) 

King, James (Minnie Welch) Ch Vir- 
gil; Winchester R6 Sec4 T13 R12 
T18a Mrs. E. Roach 



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King, Thomas (Maggie Currans) Ch 
Fred, Gertrude, Nettie, Mary, Eva; 
Winchester R5 Secl6 T14 R12 Farm 
Hand Ivan Coultas (1873) 

King, William (Joie Henry) Ch Mar- 
garet, Marie, Mabel, Woodrow; 
Winchester R6 Sec4 T13 R12 O40a 
(1877) 

Kirkpatrick, William E. (Nellie Clark) 
Ch William, Edna; Winchester R4 
Secl6 T13 R12 T262a Mrs. O. B. 
Neat (1860) 

Kitselman, J. D. (Kate Andell) Ch 
James R. ; Winchester R5 Secl2 
A. C. McCullough (1902) 

Kleinschmidt, William Naples Rl 
Secl7 T14 R13 O220a (1906) 

Knapp, J. R. (Beatrice Jones) Ch Gor- 
don; Winchester R3 Sec31 T14 Rll 
T304a Charles Doyle Est. (1891) 

Knapp, William A. (Arnuldia Brown) 
Ch William E., Pearl, Grace, Leroy, 
James, Erwin; Winchester R2 Seel? 
T14 R12 O240a (1855) 

Knapp, William A. (Margarett Mc- 
Laughlin) Ch Chester, Mabel, 
Ralph; Winchester R2 Secl7 T14 
R12 O160a (1880) 



Kund, Gustav (Rosie Comes) Ch 
Herman; Chapin R2 Secl9 T15 R12 
T193a G. Hufker (1899) 



Koch, Harry H. (Emma Tomhave) 
Ch Byron, Edward, Bernice, Ellen; 
"Pine Oak Grove Farm" Secl8 T15 
R12 O40a T120a Mrs. E. Shoney 
(1908) 

Korty, Fred H. (Stella Morris) Ch 
Vernon; Bluffs R2 Sec27 T15 R13 
T120a F. W. Korty Est. (1890) 

Korty, Henry W. (Fannie Funk) Win- 
chester R5 Sec27 T15 R12 O40a 
(1885) 

Korty, Lewis W. (Ada Sawyers) Ch 
Hester, Pearl, Clarence, Marvin, 
Russell; Chapin R2 Sec21 T15 R12 
T97a May Korty (1879) 

Korty, Mary L. Ch John E., Rosa, 
Lewis, Minnie, Mayme, Fred, 
Emma; Bluffs R2 Sec27 T15 R13 
O361a (1860) 

Krems, Homer (Fern Denton) Ch 
Wanda, Vernon; Exeter Sec25 T15 
R13 T55a Henry Rolf (1909) 

Krueger, Henry Ch Ella, Emma, 
Henry, Kate, Albert; Winchester 
Rl Secl7 T14 R13 O290a (1893) 

Krusa, Charles H. (Ina Vannier) Ch 
George, Harvey, Mildred Nina; 
Bluffs R2 Secl6 T15 R13 T200a Mrs. 
M. Unger (1887) 



Lakamp, Gust (Annie Cholen) Ch 
Fritz, Elmer, Fredie, Edwin, Clar- 
ence, Katie, Herman, Mayme; Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec23 T15 R12 O200a 
(1887) 

Landreth, Edward (Myrtle M. Roed- 
ersheimer) Ch Lester, Russell; Win- 
chester R3 Sec20 T14 Rll O200a 
(1875) 

Langdon, J. H. (Theresa Housten) Ch 
Howard, Elmer H., Percy, Clara; 
Manchester Sec28 T13 Rll O195a 
(1854) 

Lanier, Leland (Helen Stephens) Ch 
Otha, Loren; Naples Rl Sec 1 T14 
R14 T102a W. G. LeSourd (1915) 

Lashmet, George (Emma Callans) Ch 
Robetine, Grace, James, Jonas, 
Robin, Catheryn; Winchester R5 
Sec21 T14 R12 O160a (1886) 

Lawless, John (Emma Thady) Ch 
Roy, Carl, Alta, Edna; Manchester 
Rl Sec6 T13 Rll O153a (1872) 



Lawless, J. D. (Ellen E. Jordan) Ch 
Mary, William, Margaret, Ellen, 
Catherine, Anna, Martha, Lucy, 
Joseph, James; "Pear Hill Farm" 
Murrayville Rl Sec27 T14 Rll 
O120a (1855) 

Lawless, M. D. (Alice Howell) Ch 
Richard, Catherine, Thomas, Sophia, 
Blanch, Edward, David, Robert, 
Eugene; "Glen Oak Farm" Win- 
chester R3 Sec30 T14 Rll O203a 
(1864) 

Lawless, Roy E. (Mary Fletcher) 
Winchester R3 Sec29 T14 Rll T90a 
William Fletcher (1896) 

Lawson, Albert (Mary Hayes) Ch 
Leonard, George, Rosie, William; 
Winchester Rl Secl9 T14 R13 TSOOa 
Alec Ludeman 

Lawson, Frederick (Elizabeth Bunch) 
Ch Wiley, John, Jesse, Eva, Sadie; 
Manchester Sec21 T13 R16 OlOOa 
(1868) 



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PRAIRIE FARMER'S RELIABLE DIRECTORY 



Lawson, Harry (Alice Suter) Ch 
Melissa, James, Mary, Charles, 
Sadie, Stella, Andrew, George; 
Manchester Rl SecS T13 Rll Ola 
T40a L. Thorpe (1872) 

Lawson, H. Toney (Cecil Evans) Ch 
Ruby L., Cleo V., Maxine E.; Win- 
chester Rl Sec21 T13 R13 T120a 
W. U. Gibbs (1892) 

Lawson, J. H. (Melissa Maines) Ch 
Fred, Daisy, Jesse, Anna, Bert, 
Chester, Ursel, Everett, John; 
Bluffs R2 Sec36 T15 R13 T190a Mrs. 
J. Stewart (1882) 

Leach, Ed. T. (Martha Hardwick) Ch 
Louise, Grace, Martha, Beilby, Ed- 
ward; Winchester R5 Secl4T14R12 
O175a (1887) 

Lcib, Justin Ch Estelle, Leslie, Mary; 
Winchester R2 Sec2 T14 R13 O95a 
(1867) 

Leib, Mrs. J. R. (Mary Grady) Ch 
Justin; Winchester R2 Sec2 T14 R13 
O80a (1843) 

Leib, M. G. (Sarah Ann Overton) Ch 
Emma; Bluffs R2 Seel T14 R13 
O220a (1852) 

Leitze, Goodlip (Abbie Greeley) Ch 
lola, lone; Winchester R6 Sec2 T13 
Rll Farm Hand Woodall and Grant 
(1867) 

Leitze, Kirt (Mary Crum) Winchester 
Rl Sec3 T14 R13 Farm Hand Edw. 
Wilson (1892) 

Lewis, Thomas J. (Margaret Mason) 
Ch Melvina, Elizabeth, William, 
Walter, Luella, Lucy; Winchester 
R6 Sec34 T14 R12 O40a (1846) 

Lewis, Walter (Eunice Thorp) Ch 
Katheryn, Edwin, John, Reed, El- 
mer, Belle, Marie, Lyle; Bluffs R2 
Sec31 T15 Rll T144a Mrs. M. 
Mathews (1875) 

Likes, Ray E. (Ora B. Husband) Ch 
Arthur, Henry; Naples Rl SecS T14 
R15 O136a (1905) 

Lindsay, Arthur J. (Mary Ward) Win- 
chester R3 Sec29 T14 R12 O160a 
(1917) 

Little, Albert (Gertrude Anders) Ch 
Everett, Leona; Naples Rl Sec32 
T15 R13 T40a Charles Kercher 
(1891) 

Little, Austin (Bertha Taylor) Ch 
Virginia, Virgil; Winchester Rl 
Sec23 T14 R13 T70a George Taylor 
(1888) 

Little, Ezra (Clara Parker) Ch Vera, 
Clarence, Evelyn; Bluffs R2 Sec21 
T15 R13 Farm Hand George Rock- 
wood (1893) 



Little, Frank (Lula Fulks) Ch Janie, 
Josephine, Mildred, May; Bluffs R2 
Sec34 T15 R13 T60a J. Burbank 
(1897) 

Little, G. L. (Daisy Collison) Ch 
Mahlon; Winchester R2 Seel T14 
R13 Farm Hand M. G. Leib 

Little, George W. (Delia Linn) Ch 
Orville, Elmer; Winchester R2 
SeclO T14 R13 Farm Hand F. Kil- 
ver (1875) 

Little, L. D. (Susan Smithson) Ch 
Dona, Arbie; Winchester R2 Sec2 
T14 R13 O15a (1853) 

Little, Mason (Ella Campbell) Ch Al- 
bert, Janie, Ray, Clyde; Naples Rl 
Sec35 T15 R13 T200a A. Renneker 
(1862) 

Little, Polk (Alma Six) Ch Luke, 
Leonard, Leo, Lelia, Lydia, Lois 
Earl, Eva; Naples Rl Sec4 T14 R13 
W. Freezen (1869) 

Little, R. E. (Elizabeth Meier) Ch 
Edna, Doris; Bluffs R2 Sec23 T15 
R13 O40a (1887) 

Littler, Yancy (Emma Perkins) Ch 
Clara, Delphia, Austin; Winchester 
R6 Sec33 T14 R12 O2a (1862) 

Lorton, Milton (Ollie Snow) Ch 
Sarah, Ethel, Otis, Lillie, Kenneth; 
Winchester R3 Secl3 T14 R12 
Farm Hand William Reid & Son 
(1917) 

Lovekamp, F. W. (Dorothy Heine) 
Ch Martin, Paul, William, Bernard, 
John, Elsie, Laura, Norma; Bluffs 
Rl Secll T15 R13 O321a (1907) 

Lovekamp, Martin (Clara Magelitz) 
Ch Clarence, Heinrick, Dorothea; 
Bluffs Rl Secll T15 R13 T80a F.W. 
Lovekamp (1907) 

Lovell, Henry (Martha Evans) Ch 
Dollie, Ruby; Winchester Rl Secl2 
T13 R13 Farm Hand Fred Mc- 
Laughlin (1917) 

Lovell, Welcom W. (Nora Lovell) Ch 
Ethel F., Roscoe; Manchester Rl 
Sec34 T14 Rll T52a William Lovell 
(1902) 

Loveless, Loren (Grace Coker) Ch 
Dorothy; Roodhouse R3 Sec25 T13 
Rll Farm Hand Buel Cuddy (1916) 

Lynch, Mrs. Thomas Ch Maggie, 
Charles, Nora, Joseph, Sarah; Jack- 
sonville Rl Sec22 T15 R12 O330a 
(1851) 

Lyons, William (Samantha E. Beadles) 
Ch Nellie A., Estella, George H., 
Elsie Lee; "Sunnyside Farm" Win- 
chester Rl SeclS T14 R13 O56a 
(1877) 



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Markillie, J. Floyd (Jennett Deer) Ch 
Robert S., Floyd H., Mary F., L. 
Dale; Winchester R5 Secl2 T14 R12 
O40a (1885) 

Marsh, E. H. (Helen Sears) Naples 
R2 Sec6 T14 R13 TISOa H. J. Marsh 
(1891) 

Marsh, Hubert (Frieda Smothers) Ch 
Geraldine; Roodhouse R3 Sec34 T13 
R12 T87a William Marsh (1912) 

Marsh, H. J. (Mary Wischmeier) Ch 
Edward, Emma, Frank; Naples Rl 
Sec31 T15 R13 O220a (1890) 

Martin, Fred (Maud Carlton) Ch 
Carl, Lois, Charles; Winchester R2 
SeclO T14 R13 T40a Ira Moore and 
J. Priest (1891) 

Martin, H. W. (Nellie Miller) Ch 
Ray, Lyal, Leta, Guy; Winchester 
Rl Sec9 T13 R13 T400a Dick Bros. 
(1916) 

Martin, L. W. (Tessie Woosley) Ch 
Harold; Winchester R4 Sec9 T13 
R13 T300a Dick Bros. (1916) 

Martin, T. B. (Margaret Clark) Ch 
Rowena, Mabel, Mildred, Alice; 
Winchester Rl Sec26 T14 R13 O98a 
(1867) 

Martin, T. F. (Ada Glossop) Winches- 
ter R2 SecS T14 R12 T148a Laura 
B. Everhart (1859) 

Matt, Elias (Laura A. Day) Ch Her- 
man H., Zella M., Norman T., W. 
Lester; Roodhouse R3 Sec25 T13 
R12 O80a (1880) 

Mayes, Hy (Evaline Campbell) Ch 
Ruth; Naples Sec6 T15 R13 O165a 
(1872) 

Mayes, William (Elvira Landrith) 
Bluffs SecS T15 R13 T280a Mrs. R. 
Mayes (1880) 

McAsey, Edward J. (Margaret Mc- 
Asey, Mother; Marie McAsey, Sis- 
ter) Winchester R6 Sec4 T13 R12 
0191a (1891) 

McCabe, John Ch James, Susie, Ruth; 
Manchester Rl Sec4 T13 R12 O120a 
(1864) 

McCaleb, Clarence (May Abbott) 
Bluffs Rl Sec3 T15 R13 O674a 
(1884) 

McCarty, Clyde (Zoe Gordon) Ch 
Edward I.; Winchester R5 Secll 
T14 R12 Farm Hand Mr. Leach 
(1894) 

McCarty, Lee R. (Meda F. Tankers- 
ley) Ch Edna A., Floyd E., Pauline; 
Winchester R3 Sec27 T14 Rll T80a 
Robert Hill (1882) 



McCarty, Harvey (Mary O. Summers) 
Ch Ethel M.; Winchester R3 Sec36 
T14 R12 Robert McCarty T170a 
(1885) 

McCarty, Robert (Norma Sayley) Ch 
Harry A., William, Lee, Harvey, 
Chester, Bertha, Ruth, Clyde, Nina, 
Russell, Inca; Winchester R3 
Sec36 T14 R12 O230a (1868) 

McCarty, William (Edith Tankers- 
ley) Ch Mae, Ralph, Roy, Nirgie; 
Winchester R3 Secl7 T14 R16 O40a 
(1879) 

McClure, James H. (Bertha Ash) 
Roodhouse R3 Secl9 T13 Rll T175a 
W. S. Clark 

McClure, J. T. (Sallie Evans) Ch 
Herbert, Carter; Winchester R4 
Seel T13 R13 O40a (1850) 

McCracken, C. F. (Mary Isabella 
Cunningham) Ch Florence, Mary, 
Harry, Howard; Manchester Rl 
Sec9 T13 Rll O120a (1859) 

McCracken, Howard H. (Alta Hazel- 
rigg) Ch Bess; Manchester Rl Sec9 
T13 Rll O80a T120a C. F. Mc- 
Cracken (1892) 

McCracken, Robert (Grace A. Crab- 
tree) Ch Merle, Josephine, Anna; 
Manchester Rl Secll T15 R13 T80a 
Charles McCracken (1875) 

McCullough, A. C. (Letitia Gibbs) Ch 
Irene, Allen; Winchester R5 Seel 
T14 R12 O330a (1866) 

McCullough, W. E. (Martha Allen) 
Ch Alma, William; "Shady Brook 
Farm" Riggston Sec4 T14 R12 
O210a (1877) 

McCullough, William G. Winchester 
R2 SecS T14 R12 O167a (1865) 

McDade, David and Charles Win- 
chester Rl Sec25 T14 R13 T80a H. 
G. Herget (1884) 

McDade, G. W. (Florida Short) Ch 
Alice, Edward, Philip; Winchester 
Rl Sec21-20 T14 R13 O6a T64a J. T. 
Wilson and H. Harder (1859) 

McDade, William (Rebecca Barton) 
Ch David, Charlie, William, Fred; 
Winchester Rl Sec21 T14 R13 O3a 
(1867) 

McDonald, Clarence E. (Lanora Ew- 
ing) Ch Mary K., Jessie E.; Win- 
chester R6 Secl2 T13 R12 T177a 
Josiah McDonald (1877) 

McEvers, Ed. (Pearl Angelo) Ch 
Virgil, Walter; Winchester Rl Sec34 
T14 R13 Farm Hand George H. 
Rueter (1899) 



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McEvers, Myrl (Tessie Woodall) Ch 
Roberta; Winchester R4 Sec3S T13 
R13 T80a W. D. McEvers (1894) 

McEvers, W. D. (Pearl Adams) Ch 
. Myrl, Earl, Loeta, Mildred, Har- 
old, Roy, Wilmoth; "Linwood 
Dell" Winchester R4 Sec35 T13 R13 
O280a (1870) 

McGarvey, Frank (Lillie M. Mifford) 
Ch Gladys, Edgar, Myrtle, Alma; 
Roodhouse R3 Sec26 T13 R12 T90a 
E. F. Beasley (1917) 

McGlasson, Abaslon (Artie Henry) 
Ch Burrell, Irene; Winchester R4 
Sec24 T13 R13 OllSa (1861) 

McGlasson, Otis (Eva McDade) Ch 
Harley, Etta, Harvey; Merritt Sec21 
T15 R12 T77a Mayfield Ayers (1868) 

McGlauchlen, Roy (Goldie Daniels) 
Ch Mildred, Minnie; Winchester Rl 
Sec29 T14 R13 Farm Hand Charles 
Piles (1913) 

McGuire, Charles L. (Emma Vedepo) 
Ch Mary C, Margaret, Ellen, 
Charles, James, Catherine, Agnes, 
Rosa, Sarah; Manchester Rl Sec33 
T14 Rll T80a M. H. Hart (1857) 

McGuire, Lawrence (Nellie Haney) 
Ch Lillian, Helen; Roodhouse R6 
Sec33 T13 R12 O20a (1881) 

McGuire, John (Ella Vedepo) Ch 
Joseph, Lucy, Charles, Lawrence, 
Patrick, Thresa, John, Annie, 
Loretta; Winchester R6 T13 R12 
O120a (1865) 

McKeever, James Ch Lily, Minnie; 
Winchester Rl Sec21 T14 R13 T160a 
Elma H. Smith (1853) 

McKinney, J. H. (Euphemia Baird) 
Ch John, Charles, George, Milly, 
Harry, Mary, Gilbert, Clara; Naples 
Rl Sec33 T15 R13 O15a (1867) 

McLain, C. (Jessie Matthews) Ch 
Anna, John, Rossie; Winchester Rl 
Sec33 T14 R13 Farm Hand C. R. 
Wilson (1914) 

McLaughlin, B. F. (Ethel True) Ch 
Hazel, Harold, Mildred, Bennie, 
Dorothy; Winchester Rl Secl4 T14 
R13 O160a (1876) 

McLaughlin, Fred R. Ch Bessie, Her- 
bert, Mary; Winchester Rl Secl2 
T13 R13 O360a (1874) 

McLaughlin, G. D. (Amelia Beutler) 
Ch Ruth; Winchester R2 Sec2 T14 
R13 O80a (1860) 

McLaughlin, John P. (Elizabeth 
Smith) Ch Pearl, J. Russell, Mary 
L., Vera F.; Winchester Secl3 T13 
R13 O220a (1858) 



McLaughlin, W. A. (Hazel Henry) 
Winchester R4 Sec32 T14 R12 T55a 
W. L. McLaughlin (1896) 

McLaughlin, William L.* (Mary Mc- 
Pherson) Ch Annie, Willie, Maggie, 
Emma, Dollie, Mamie; Winchester 
R4 Sec32 T14 R12 O182a (1832) 

McNear, W. J. A. (Ethel Matticks) 
Ch Vera, Theodore, Gale, Catherine, 
William; Naples Rl Sec36 T15 R13 
T320a M. Abbott (1915) 

McPherson, Curtis (Mittie Beverly) 
Ch Felter; Roodhouse R3 Sec34 T13 
R12 O80a (1883) 

McPherson, William A. (Ella Billings) 
Ch Zora, Mayo, Roy, Sylvia; Man- 
chester Rl Sec27 T13 Rll O40a 
(1900) 

Meier, H. H. (Louisa Lohr) Ch 
George, Emma, Louise, Alfred, Rus- 
sell, Ruth; Bluffs R2 Sec23 T15 R13 
O80a (1866) 

Meier Hy. (Minnie Osing) Ch Ed- 
wara, Alwina, John; Bluffs R2 Sec23 
T15 R13 OlOOa (1882) 

Mellor, Robert (Martha J. Patterson) 
Ch H. Lee, Osie M., Ora S., Ethel 
M.. J. Robert; Manchester Rl Sec3 
T13 Rll T140a Heaton & Clark 
(1899) 

Merris, Charles E. (Grace Thompson) 
Ch Edward, Raymond, Helen, Ruth, 
Robert, June; Bluffs R2 Secl6 T15 
R13 O120a T200a Maggie Unger 
(1886) 

Merris, R. D. (Ella Doyle) Ch Zeta, 
Charles, Donald; Bluffs Secl6-15 
T15 R13 O45a T80a Anna Chance 
(1886) 

Merriman, John (Caroline Vannier) 
Ch Oscar, Mabel, Roy, Archie, 
Ellen, Bessie, Nina; "Mauvisterre 
Creek Farm" Naples Rl Sec32 T15 
R13 O307a (1897) 

Merriman, Oscar (Cecil Priest) Ch 
Eileen, Burl; Winchester R2 Sec3 
T14 R13 T166a John Priest (1885) 

Meyers, W. A. (Mamie Binge) Ch 
Freida, Goldie; Naples Sec26 T15 
R14 O120a (1893) 

Middendorf, Fred J. (Hattie Moore) 
Ch Mildred; Chapin R2 Sec21 T15 
R12 T140a John K. Onken (1889) 

Middendorf, G. T. (Annie Nodolf) 
Bluffs Rl Sec2 T15 R13 T154a Mid- 
dendorf Est. (1879) 

Middendorf, H. (Minnie Engelbrecht) 
Ch Amanda, Edward; Chapin R2 
Secl2 T15 R13 O120a (1872) 

Middendorf, Richard (Estella Moore) 
Winchester R2 Secll T14 R13 T60a 
W. J. Moore (1874) 



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Middendorf, W. M. (May Redshaw) 
"Redshaw Homestead Farm" Cha- 
pin R2 Sec20 T15 R12 O138a (1873) 

Milligan, John Ch Lela, Edith; Win- 
chester Rl Sec24 T14 R13 TlOOa 
Mrs. J. McLaughlin (1866) 

Milliken, Benjamin T. (Pearl Hester) 
Ch Veda, Margaret, Letha, Helen; 
Winchester R6 Secll T13 R12 T80a 
Easter Ellis (1873) 

Mills, D. W. (Ellen Funk) Ch Clif- 
ford, Croney; "Fruit Hill Farm" 
Bluffs R2 Sec26 T15 R13 O192a 
(1848) 

Minis, Oscar A. (Bertha Young) Ch 
Bennie; Alsey Sec21 T13 R12 Ola 
(1870) 

Mitchell, A. (Katie Boston) Ch Clyde, 
Edna, Ida, Ralph, Lois, Mildred, 
Arthur; Winchester Rl Sec2 T13 
R13 T60a John Mitchell (1881) 

Mitchell, C. M. (Nettie Reed) Ch 
Loris, Anderson; Winchester R6 
Sec4 T13 R12 Farm Hand A. P. 
Grant Est. (1917) 

Mitchell, Richard (Blanch Sturgeon) 
Ch Richard, Carman; Winchester 
Rl Secl2 T13 R13 Farm Hand Fred 
R. McLaughlin (1903) 

Moody, James B. (Louisa Coats) Ch 
Amy L. ; "Maple Lawn Farm" 
Chapin R3 Secl4 T15 R12 O260a 
(1889) 

Moody, J. W. (Margaret Holliday) Ch 
Austin, Elsie, Ruth, Margaret, 
Ester; Chapin R3 Secl4 T15 R12 
O188a (1854) 

Moore, C. A. Naples Rl Sec30 T1S 
R13 T140a Mary A. Moore Est. 
(1878) 

Moore, George B. (Kathryn Moore 
Sister) Winchester RS SeclO T14 
R12 O78^a (1874) 

Moore, G. W. Ch Elsie, Irvin; Win- 
chester R2 SeclS T14 R13 T40a J. 
_W. Beadles (1868) 

Moore, John C. (Margaret W. Peak) 
Ch Anabel, John C, Jr.; "Elmdale 
Farm" Winchester Sec30 T14 R12 
O74^a (1879) 

Moore, J. I. Winchester Rl Sec24 T14 
R13 T160a G. R. McLaughlin (1870) 

Moore, Mary A. Ch Bessie E., Charles 
A., Queen S., Delia S.; Naples Rl 
Sec30 T15 R13 O140a (1846) 

Moore, N. J. (Carrie Lee) Ch Hugh, 
Louise, Elliot; Naples Rl Sec20 T15 
R13 T275a Malon B. Moore Est. 
(1875) 



Moore, T. C. (Gertrude Ball) Win- 
chester Rl Sec23 T14 R13 TlOOa 
S. Ball and J. Bunch (1887) 

Moore, William A. (Catherine Valen- 
tine) Ch Rosemary, Bernard, Ber- 
tha, Teresa, Robert; Winchester Rl 
Sec36 T14 R13 O53a (1864) 

Moore, W. J. Ch Ida, George, James, 
Sadie, Charles, Emma, John, Es- 
tella, Hattie, William, Tony; Win- 
chester R2 Secll T14 R13 O60a 
(1846) 

Moore, W. J., Jr. (Edna McLaugh- 
lin) Winchester R6 Sec27 T15 R12 
T200a Fred V. McLaughlin (1885) 

Morris, A. F. (Lois Campbell) Ch 
Katheryn, Kenneth, Harold; "Giant 
Elm Stock Farm" Winchester R5 
Sec28 T15 R12 O160a (1871) 

Morris, C. F. (Fannie Weedon) Ch 
Stella, Clarence, Beatrice, Mary; 
Bluffs Sec22 T15 R13 O120a (1860) 

Morris, Edward L. Ch Homer, May L., 
Floyd, Frankie, Edward. Robert, 
Curtis; Jacksonville Rl Sec24 T15 
R12 O173a (1867) 

Morris, Lee (Nellie Wilson) Ch Ray- 
mond, Nina, Russell, Mildred, Ber- 
nice; Bluffs R2 Sec23T15 R13 O140a 
(1871) 

Morris, W. W. (Susie Gilmore) Mer- 
ritt Sec26 T15 R12 T90a C. S. Mor- 
ris (1880) 

Morthole, Ed. (Etta Brockhaus) Ch 
Harold E.; Chapin R2 Secl9'T15 
R12 T120a H. Brockhaus (1915) 

Moss, David (Elmira Six) Ch Clyde; 
Bluffs R2 Sec29 T15 R13 O3a (1900) 

Mullen, J. H. (Pearl Davis) Ch Syl- 
vester. Donald, Lethia; Naples Rl 
Sec6 T14 R13 T130a LeSeuer Est. 
(1914) 

Murray Bros. Thomas and Lawrence 
Merritt Sec34 T15 R12 T240a T. M. 
Hardwick (1887) 

Murray, Patrick (Anna Dwyer) Ch 
Phillip, Thomas, Lawrence. John, 
Tames; Riegston SeclO T14 R12 
O118a (1867) 

Myers, Andy (Lottie Wellenreiter) 
Ch Ruth. Harvey, Helen, Jessie. 
Myrtle; Naples Rl Sec3 T14 R13 
O40a (1907) 

Myers, Charles C. (Cora Lovell) Ch 
Herman. Lela; Winchester Rl Sec9 
T13 R13 T160a Gibbs (1910) 

Myers, John (Myrtle Collins) Ch 
Louise, Donald, David, Dorothy E.; 
Winchester R3 Sec20 T14 Rll OlSOa 
(1902) 



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Nagel, William H. Bluffs R2 Secl4 
T15 R13 O45a (1879) 

Neff, Claude (Myrtle Lawson) Naples 
Rl Sec20 T14 R13 T200a C. J. Wal- 
ters (1915) 

Neff, Frank E. (Jennie Kelly) Ch 
Beryl, Marie; "Pleasant View 
Farm" Winchester Rl Secl3-15 T13 
R13 Manager A. E. Saulis' Farm of 
400a (1917) 

Newingham, Joe (Ida Garner) Ch 
Earnest, Lyman; Winchester Sec34 
T13 R13 T80a Frost Est. (1907) 

Norman, John F. (Anna Claywell) 
Ch Permelia, Viola L.; Winchester 
Rl Seel T13 R13 O107a (1877) 

North, Warren L. (Alice Rough) Ch 
Clyde J.; Winchester Rl Sec31 T14 
R12 O320a (1867) 

Northcut, James A., Sr. (Minnie Carl- 
ton) Ch James, Jr., Lelia, Lee; Win- 
chester R4 Secl7 T13 R12 O190a 
(1872) 

Northcutt, Basil (Mamie Strope) Ch 
Cecil; Winchester Rl SeclS T15 R13 
T60a John Terrell (1892) 

Northrop, Bert (Lucy Moore) Ch 
Josie, Eileen, Howard; Roodhouse 
R3 Sec26 T13 R12 TISa W. North- 
rop (1880) 



Northrop, Harry (Cecil Fesler) Ch 
Courtney, Norma, Dorothy; Win- 
chester R6 Sec26 T13 R12 T120a 
Walter Northrop (1891) 

Northrop, Harvey (Emma Killibiew) 
Ch Wayne; Winchester R4 Secl3 
T13 R13 T130a F. V. McLaughlin 
(1892) 

Northrop, Joseph (Lizzie Baxter) Ch 
Raymond; Glasgow Secl3 T13 R13 
T130a Fred V. McLauglin (1891) 

Northrop, Thomas M. (Virginia E. 
Call) Ch Ruth A., Ruby V.; Man- 
chester Rl Sec27 T13 Rll O176a 
(1861) 

Northrup, Ed. (Martha Berghaus) 
Chapin R2 Secl3 T15 R13 T80a 
Miss M. Brockhouse (1878) 

Northrup, Herman (Matilda Tendick) 
Ch Carrie, Erich, Matilda; "Pleas- 
ant View Farm" Bluffs Rl SeclO 
T15 R13 O400a (1881) 

Northrup, H. F. (Emma Huffker) Ch 
Delia, Leo; Bluffs Secl3 T15 R13 
O80a (1866) 

Northrup, Albert (Freda Bayer) Ch 
Alma; Winchester R5 Sec35 T15 
R12 T185a E. J. Coultas (1900) 



Oakes, Henry (Etta Thompson) Ch 
Henry, Stella, Royal, Emeline, 
Helen; Bluffs SeclO T1S R13 
OlSOOa (1848) 

Oakes, Royal (Margaret Payne) Ch 
Harold; Bluffs SeclO T15 R13 
T400a Hy Oakes (1881) 

O'Brien, James (Bridget Dolan) Win- 
chester R6 Secl2 T13 R12 O120a 
(1875) 

O'Donnell, Charles D. (Marie Metz- 
gar) Ch Cletus; Winchester R6 Sec9 
T13 R12 OlOOa (1875) 

O'Donnell, Charles P. (Nina Markille) 
Winchester R6 Sec34 T14 R12 O176a 
(1870) 

O'Donnell, Edward (Anna McCartey) 
Ch Russell, Fred, Margaret; Win- 
chester R3 Sec27 T14 R12 O240a 
(1866) 

O'Donnell, G. T. (Lily Claywell) Ch 
Elna; Winchester R6 SeclO T13 
R12 O130a TISa (1878) 



O'Donnell, James Ch Bessie; Win- 
chester R6 Sec3 T13 R12 O120a 
(1861) 

O'Donnell, John (Emma Roberts) Ch 
Lena, Grace, Florence,, Harry E. 
Dana; Winchester R6 Sec3 T13 R12 
0190a (1863) 

O'Donnell, Thomas (Bessie Watt) 
Ch Raymond W., Frank A., Chester; 
Winchester R6 Sec3 T13 R12 O160a 
(1876) 

O'Donnell, William (Alice B. Smoth- 
ers) Ch Hazel; Winchester R6 Sec6 
T13 R12 O170a (1862) 

Oliver, Samuel J. (Nellie M. Bennett) 
Ch May, Pauline, Beatrice, George, 
Eileen; Manchester Rl Sec7 T13 
Rll Farm Hand C. A. Robinson 
(1907) 

O'Riley, Patrick (Minnie Oswald) Ch 
James; Winchester R4 Sec20 T13 
R12 O40a T80a Ellen O'Riley (1872) 



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Overton, James M. (Effie Hayes) Ch 
Ralph M.; Winchester Sec24 T14 
R12 O20a (1869) 

Overton, J. Cleve (Anna Leitzie) 
Winchester Rl Sec21 T13 R13 
T170a Sangamon Land Trust Co. 
(1887) 

Overton, J. G. (Adella C. Coultas) Ch 
Belle, William E., John C; Win- 
chester Rl Sec21 T13 R13 T200a 
Sangamon Land Trust Co. (1856) 

Cverton, W. Earnest (Percy Young) 
Ch Alene; Winchester Rl Sec22 T13 
R13 T236a Sangamon Land Trust 
Co. (1883) 



Overton, W. H. (Ada Langford) Ch 
Jesse, Lee, Hazel, Guy, Glen; Win- 
chester Sec24 T14 R12 Ola (1860) 

Owens, Henry (Agnes Walford) Ch 
Eva, Marie, Dorothy; Chapin R2 
Secl6 T15 R12 O89a (1883) 

Owens, Oda (Mary E. Griggs) Ch 
Violet Lorraine; Chapin R2 Secl6 
T15 R12 OSOa (1885) 

Owings, David M. (Minnie Haymake) 
Ch Rena, Elsie, David, James, Mary, 
Dorothy, Raymond, Marie; Win- 
chester R6 Sec33 T14 R12 Farm 
Hand George Woodall (1917) 



Pahlmann, H. G. (Mary Magelitz) Ch 
Marie, Anna, Henry, Carl, Emma, 
Herman, Clarence, Norma; Bluffs 
Secl3 T15 R13 O40a (1893) 

Parker, Allen (Elizabeth Rieck) Ch 
Anna, Ethel, Clara, Grace, James, 
Burl, Leila; Bluffs R2 Sec28 T15 
R13 O72a (1862) 

Parker, John (Belle Wills) Ch Mabel, 
Mary, Loren, Johnnie; Chapin R3 
Secl3 T15 R12 Farm Hand John 
Wessier (1854) 

Parks, Albert (Laura Gilmore) Ch 
Alberta; Winchester R3 Sec24 T14 
R12 T160a H. W. Parks (1887) 

Parks, David F. Ch Walter, Bessie, 
Grace, Mabel, Nellie; Winchester 
R5 Sec2 T14 R12 Farm Hand 
C. W. Richardson (1917) 

Parks, G. M. (Brook Hall) Hillveiw 
R2 Sec29 T13 R13 TISOa William 
Corbett (1917) 

Parks, James H. (Fannye Husband) 
Ch Ivan, Irwin; Naples Rl Sec4 
T14 R13 O160a (1900) 

Patrick, George A. (Addie Dolen) 
Ch Neva A.; Winchester R3 Sec25 
T14 R12 T120a Mrs. G. W. Patrick 
(1887) 

Patrick, John S. (Nora A. Andell) 
Ch Earl R., Jessie R., George W., 
Bessie, Gertie F., McKinley, Thomas 
J., James; Winchester R5 Sec23 T14 
R12 O40a (1865) 

Patrick, Joseph E. (Emma McLaugh- 
lin) Ch Mack; Winchester R5 Sec22 
T14 R12 TISOa Mrs. A. Patrick 
(1868) 

Patrick, Isaiah F. (Ada Tankersley) 
Ch Vina, Mary, Frank, Lillie, Cal- 
ine, Hubert, Dessie; Winchester R5 
Sec23 T14 R12 T25a Mrs. M. A. 
Patrick (1866) 



Patterson, R. F. (Lucy Wagstaff) 
Ch Sadie, Beatrice, Mildred, Far- 
well, Andrew; "Midway Farm" 
Winchester R3 Sec32 T14 Rll 
O300a (1861) 

Patterson, T. J. (Eva McKinney) 
Ch Henry; Valley City Sec34 T15 
R13 T40a D. P. Hollis (1916) 

Patterson, William Winchester R2 
Sec4 T14 R13 T160a G. W. Patter- 
son Est. (1890) 

Patterson, William (Mettie Smothers) 
Ch Claude; "Sunny Brook Farm" 
Winchester Rl Secl2 T13 R13 O40a 
(1859) 

Peak, Albert S. (Chanty A. Shull) 
Ch Herbert W., Fred M., Edith A., 
Keith Y., Ruby, Elizabeth, Glenn; 
Winchester R4 Sec7 T13 R12 O283a 
(1853) 

Peak, Fred M. (Etta Wainwright) 
Ch Frances, Alfred, Robert; Win- 
chester R4 Sec7 T13 R12 O153a 
(1879) 

Peak, George J. (Nora Bush) Ch 
Mark C, Ralph J., George J.; "Lo- 
cust Farm" Winchester Rl Sec31 
T14 R12 O200a (1861) 

Peak, Glenn (Florence O'Donnell) 
Ch Donald; Winchester R4 Sec7 
T13 R12 T280a A. S. Peak (1893) 

Peak, H. S. (Ada Armitage) Ch Let- 
chie; Bluffs R2 Sec26 T15 R13 
O25a (1843) 

Peak, James Y. (Anna Bell Hamil- 
ton) Ch Gertrude, Winifred; Win- 
chester Rl Sec31 T14 R12 O130a 
T40a (1855) 

Peak, Jacob R. (Mary E. Young) Ch 
Howard M., Albert S., James Y., 
Alice, George J., Estella, Kate Y.; 
"Sideview Farm" Winchester Rl 
Sec31 T14 R12 O700a (1832) 



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Peak, S. W. (Frances A. Hawk) Ch 
Anna B., Joseph C, Jensen W., 
William J.; "Elmwood Farm" Win- 
chester Rl Sec31 T14 R12 O90a 
(1840) 

Peak, W. R. (Emma Leib) Bluffs R2 
Seel T14 R13 Farm Hand M. G. 
Leib (1874) 

Pence, James F. (Ida Rayborn) Ch 
Harry L., Fay E., Oland B., Era J., 
Jessie E., Sylvester, Lena T., Stan- 
ley; Winchester R2 SeclS T14 R12 
T200a Mac Young (1870) 

Penton, William (Ida M. Lankford) 
Ch M. Elizabeth, Ivan L., John B., 
Zella, lone; "Rose Hill Farm" Win- 
chester R5 Secl6 T14 R12 T180a 
Penton Est. (1865) 

Perkins, A. D. (Mary E. Antle) Ch 
Opal; "Rhode Island Red Poultry 
Farm" Winchester R6 T14 R12 OlOa 
(1860) 

Perkins, Fred (Nellie Bower) Ch 
Carl, Russell; Winchester R6 Sec32 
T14 R12 O68a T108a Mr. Grout 
(1884) 

Perkins, Mrs. Sarah Ch Fred, Pearl; 
Winchester R6 Sec33 T14 R12 O80a 
(1862) 

Peters, Albert D. (Bertha Williams) 
Chapin R2 Sec21 T15 R12 Farm 
Hand H. Duffelmeier (1891) 

Peters,. J. N. (May Duckett) Ch 
Bessie M., Myrtle, Joseph N., Albert 
D., William H.; Chapin R2 Sec28 
T1S R12 O146^a (1861) 

Piles, J. M. (Myrtle Blackburn) Ch 
Bernice, Kathleen, Virginia, Made- 
line; Winchester Rl Sec20 T14 R13 
T88a C. R. Piles (1882) 



Piper, H. Marshal (Bessie M. Guyer) 
Ch Glenn H., Byron G.; Chapin 
R2 Secl6 T15 R12 Farm Hand Dan 
Smith (1909) 

Piper, J. A. (Lily Christison) Ch 
Ethel, Sylvia, Clifford, Genevieve; 
Winchester R2 Secl4 T14 R13 Farm 
Hand M. B. Edmonson (1891) 

Placke, Henry (Elizabeth Boeas) Ch 
Theodore, Minnie, Dora, Gunde, 
William, Benjamin, Lorena; "Plum 
Creek Stock Farm". Winchester R2 
SeclO T14 R13 O164a (1900) 

Placke, T. F. (Anna Kilver) Ch 
Evelyn; Naples Rl Sec31 T15 R13 
O160a (1900) 

Porter, John L. (Mary Funk) Ch 
Fannie, Hattie, Alpha; Chapin R2 
Sec20 T15 R12 O64^a (1873)' 

Post, John (Sarah Bunch) Ch Arnold, 
Mary, John, Viola, Donald; Naples 
Rl Secl3 T15 R13 T160a J. Robin- 
son & Co. (1867) 

Price, J. W. (Emma Gregory) Ch 
Donald, Neva, George; Winchester 
Rl Sec22 T14 R13 T73a Mary E. 
Price (1866) 

Price, W. H. (Ada Cox) Ch Mae, 
George, Levi Little; Naples Rl 
Sec33 T15 R13 O95a (1871) 

Priest, O. E. (Nellie Lankford) Ch 
Clarence, Floyd, Oren, Ora; Win- 
chester R2 SeclO T14 R13 O45a 
(1887) 

Priest, William (Margaret McKeever) 
Ch Hardin, Al, Otto, Marie; Win- 
chester Rl Secl2 T13 R13 O30a 
(1854) 

Putman, Charles (Margueretta Gor- 
don) Winchester R2 Secll T14 R13 
Farm Hand Claude Thomas (1915) 



Quinn, J. P. (Abigail Turley) Ch Lola 
M., Herbert C, Abbie E., John T., 
Walter H., Harry, Mary G., Fern 
E., Fay E.; Bluffs R2 Sec30 T15 
R12 Farm Hand Lola M. Funk 
(1899) 

Quinn M. W. (Edith Benson) Ch Leo, 
Carl, Mary, Catheryne, James; Win- 
chester R5 Sec28 T14 R12 T40a 
John Benson (1882) 



Quinn, Thomas (Catherine Ward) Ch 
Patrick, Bridget, Nora, Thomas, 
Mike, Nellie; Winchester R3 Sec27 
T14 R12 O80a (1867) 

Quintal, Clarence (Ima Bush) Ch 
Virginia; Winchester R2 Sec6 T14 
R12 T320a A. Bush (1894) 



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Raines, Henry (Mary McVey) Ch 
Mattie, Bessie; Winchester Rl 
Sec23 T13 R13 T47a Fletcher Est. 
(1917) 

Ranft, Edward H. Jr. (Theresa Cap- 
pel) Ch Julian, Edna; Bluffs R2 
Sec23 T15 R13 T140a Edward Ranft 
Sr. (1889) 

Rankin, H. I. (Mary Baird) Ch Lora, 
Clinton, Ray, Opal, Edward; Naples 
Rl SecS T14 R13 T214a Mrs. N. E. 
Kellem (1862) 

Ratcliff, Alfred (Hettie Woods) Ch 
Helen, Howard, Edith, Mildred; 
Riggston Sec3 T14 R12 Farm Hand 
Mr. Green (1917) 

Ratigan, Mrs. Anna Ch Harry, 
George, Frank, William, Lucy, 
Daniel; Exeter Sec26 T1S R13 O400a 
(1857) 

Ratigan, G. M. (Bridget Ormond) 
Ch Mary, Ann, Alice, Philip, Mar- 
garet, Joseph; Bluffs R2 Sec23 T15 
R13 O60a (1868) 

Reardon, Dennis J. (Anna Thies) Ch 
Mary, Eugene; Manchester Rl 
Secl6 T13 Rll O200a T120a Owen 
Reardon (1873) 

Rebbe, Henry (Mary Meier) Ch 
Minnie, Mamie, Willie, Anna, Lily, 
Amelia; Bluffs R2 Sec26 T15 R13 
O104a (1886) 

Redshaw, A. J. (Julia F. Sappington) 
Ch Harlond C, Lola M.; Merritt 
Sec28 T15 R12 O132a (1861) 

Reed, Edward (Mary Payne) Ch 
Jewel; Bluffs R2 Sec21 T15 R13 
T20a Charles Oakes (1917) 

Reed, John W. (Ella Reagan) Ch 
Robert, Margaret , Nancy, Ina; 
Chapin R3 Secl4 T15 R12 Farm 
Hand Wm. Hogan (1914) 

Reed, Robert (Elvie Fernandes) Ch 
Viola; Jacksonville Rl Sec24 T15 
R12 Farm Hand Lakamp (1916) 

Reid, Oliver E. (Lois Fielden) Ch 
Rowland, Anna, Mae; Winchester 
R3 Secl4 T14 R12 O253a William 
Reid (1917) 

Renner, Mary E. Ch Robert W., 
Myrtle, Clayton, Elda, Ollie; Rood- 
house R6 Sec32 T13 R12 O4Sa 
(1877) 

Renner, Robert W. (Frances Wag- 
gener) Ch R. Wayne; Roodhouse 
R6 Sec32 T13 R12 T45a Mary E. 
Renner (1885) 



Renner, Thomas (Laura Martin) Ch 
Mary, Mabel, Ina, Emmet, Alta, 
Charles, Bertha, Helen; Winches- 
ter R6 Sec4 T13 R12 A. P. Grant 
(1869) 

Richardson, C. W. (Jessie Richard- 
son, Sister) Winchester R5 Sec2 T14 
R12 O415a (1877) 

Rigor, Leonard L. (Otilla Fresen) 
Ch Blanche, Ruby, Merle, Carl; 
Naples Rl SeclS T14 R13 T160a 
C. E. Correa (1913) 

Rigor, Truman A. (Hallie Cecil Me 
Dannold) Ch Truman E. ; Chapin 
R2 Sec28 T15 R12 Farm Hand A. F. 
Morris (1905) 

Riley, Joseph (Anna Dobson) Rood- 
house R3 Sec30 T13 Rll Farm Hand 
Louis Funk 

Rimbey, Erwin (Mary L. Andell) 
Winchester R5 Sec23 T14 R12 T40a 
Robert Andell (1881) 

Ring Bros., John, James and Charles 
Winchester R3 Sec32 T14 Rll 
T300a Jerry Ring Sr. (1887) 

Ring, David P. and Bro. (Mary E. 
Straight, wife of David) Winches- 
ter R3 Sec28 T14 R12 T227a Jerry 
Ring Sr. (1878) 

Ring, Tames P. Ch Mary, Clarence, 
Stella, Thomas; Manchester Rl 
SecS T13 Rll O200a (1861 

Ring, Jerry Ch John, William, James, 
Jerry, Charles, David, Edward, 
Albert, George, Annie, Nellie; Win- 
chester Sec29 T14 R12 Ol,000a 
(1857) 

Ring, Jerry Jr. (Anna Lonergan) Ch 
Eleanor, Bernard A., Robert J.; 
Murrayville Rl Sec28 T14 Rll 
O240a (1897) 

Ring, William (Kathryn Welch) Ch 
Nellie, Kathryn, Frank, Audry; 
Manchester Rl Sec6 T13 Rll O190a 
(1864) 

Roach, William (Mabel Brogdon) Ch 
Essie, Troy, Albert, Marshall, 
Mattie, Howard, Beulah; Naples 
Rl Secl2 T14 R14 T240a L. Leland 
(1917) 

Roark, Joseph (Margaret Coultas) 
Ch Mary E.; Winchester R2 Sec20 
T14 R12 OlOOHa (1869) 

Roberts, George R. (Jennie French) 
Ch Carl, Marion, Margaret, Ruther- 
ford; Naples Sec26 T15 R14 O240a 
(1902) 



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Roberts, J. L. (Ellen Todd) Ch Nellie, 
Alta, Carrie, Ralph; Alsey Sec21 
T13 R12 O180a (1861) 

Robertson, John A. (Delpha Renner) 
Ch Blanche, Bernice, May, Ruby, 
William, Orren, Wilma, Delmant; 
Naples Rl Secl2 T14 R14 T160a 
Leonard Leland (1900) 

Robinson, Charles A. (Lena Mc- 
Laughlin) Ch Fred, Leo, Carl; Man- 
chester Rl See? T13 Rll O190a 
(1882) 

Robinson, Mrs. J. L. Ch John C, 
Michael S., Charles, Frank, Mary; 
"Linn Dale Stock Farm" Manchest- 
er Rl Secl6 T13 Rll O320a (1874) 

Robinson, M. L. (Libbie Dean) Man- 
chester Rl Secl6 T13 Rll O400a 
(1876) 

Robinson, Seldon (Minnie Day) 
Winchester R6 Sec23 T13 R12 O80a 
(1897) 

Robinson, W. H. (Dosia Craven) Ch 
Albert, Verner, Louisa, Mary J., 
Kathryn; Chapin R2 Sec28 R12 
O46a T63a N. J. Clark (1877) 

Rockwood, Frank (Lora Weedon) 
"Highview Farm" Chapin R2 Sec20 
T15 R12 T176a W. H. Weedon 
Est. (1873) 

Rockwood, George (Ella Matthews) 
Ch Pearl, Benjamin, Mabel, Ruth; 
Bluffs R2 Sec21-22 T1S R12 O60a 
T200a Hy Vanier (1871) 

Rolf, Albert (Gunda Placke) Ch 
Louise; Bluffs R2 Sec35 T15 R13 
T155a Stewart Est. (1890) 

Rolf, Charles (Freda Buescher) 
Exeter Sec25 T15 R13 O17a T80a 
Henry Rolf (1892) 

Rolf, Frank (Marie Schone) Ch 
Harold, Elizabeth, Leland; Bluffs 
R2 Sec25 T15 R13 T395a Henry 
Rolf (1888) 

Roper, Charles (Nora Crabtree) Ch 
Edna R., Eileen M.; Winchester Rl 
SeclO T13 R13 T170a Fred Allen 
(1902) 

Roper, John (Bell Young) Ch Mettie, 
Charles; Winchester R4 Sec28 T13 
R13 O40a T400a Mr. Lehman (1858) 



Rowe, E. F. (Ida Harvey) Ch Ger- 
man, Alpha, Taylor, Matie, Myrtle, 
Elizabeth, Ruth; Winchester R2 
Sec31 T15 R12 Farm Hand Ray 
Woods (1905) 

Rowe, Ezra (Lanie Shive) Ch Walter, 
Maylon; Winchester R5 Sec33 T15 
R12 Farm Hand R. Allen (1915) 

Rowe, J. C. (Mary B. Estes) Ch 
Aline, Everett, Elbert, Roland; 
Bluffs R2 Sec31 T15 R12 T5a R. 

Ruby, Thomas E. (Bernice Robison) 
Ch Ishmeal; Roodhouse R3 Sec28 
T13 R12 T200a H. Wilson (1885) 

Rueter, Ben (Minnie Nolty) Ch 
Martine, Ervin, Harvey, Elmer, 
Jessie; Winchester Rl Sec21 T14 
R13 OlOOa (1901) 

Rueter, Fred (Anna Marsh) Ch 
Clarence, Harry, Harmon; Naples 
Rl SeclS T14 R13 O200a (1885) 

Rueter, George H. (Nettie Butzbach) 
Ch Pauline, Lucy; Winchester Rl 
Sec34 T14 R13 O300a (1895) 

Rutherford, Louis L. (Pearl Adkis- 
son) Ch Ethel, Albert, Ruth, Robert, 
Mildred; Riggston Sec34 T15 R12 
O95a (1871) 

Rutledge, Llewellyn (Rosa Day) Ch 
Vivian, Virginia, Ina M.; Rood- 
house R3 Sec34 T13 R12 O120a 
(1891) 

Ryan, Charles F. (Alice Lenehan) 
Ch Elizabeth; Alsey SeclS T13 R12 
Farm Hand James O'Brien (1887) 

Ryan, Edward F. (Pearl McEvers) 
Ch lola; Winchester R4 Sec5 T13 
R12 T160a James Ryan (1880) 

Ryan, Jane Ch John, Nellie, Michael, 
Thomas, Anna, Charles, May, Leo, 
Clarence; Alsey SeclO T13 Rll 
O153a (1865) 

Ryan, George D. (Jessie Cochran) 
Ch Howard, Kathryn; Winchester 
R4 SecS T13 R12 O80a (1879) 

Ryan, Mary Ch Kate, Anna, James, 
George, Nellie, Edward; Winches- 
ter R4 SecS T13 R12 O143a (1857) 
Funk (1912) 



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Sanders, Bert (Lela Haney) Ch 
Ralph; Winchester R4 Secl9 T13 
R12 T80a Sanders Est. (1888) 
Sanders, Earl J. (Edith Haney) Ch 
Haney E.; Winchester R4 Secl9 
T13 R12 O80a (1892) 
Sandman, D. W. (Belle Tendick) Ch 
John, Arthur, Richard, Mary, Nellie; 
Bluffs R2 Sec25 T15 R13 O112a 
(1858) 

Sandman, J. W. (Clara Vortman) Ch 
Edward, Lela, John, Anabelle; 
Bluffs Secl2 T240a George Van- 
gundy (1884) 

Sappington, L. B. (Cora Fuson) Ch 
Helen, Lester; Winchester R2 Seel 
T14 R13 Farm Hand W. H. Sap- 
pington (1875) 

Sappington, W. H. (Anna Ward) 
"Maple Grove Farm" Exeter Seel 
T14 R13 O57a T95a Ella Sapping- 
ton (1877) 

Savage, Ben D. (Mary Stice) Win- 
chester Rl Sec28 T14 R13 Farm 
Hand R. Hoots (1898) 
Savage, Chester (Laura Sanders) Ch 
Hazel M., Clarence A., Audrey F; 
Roodhouse R6 Sec32 T13 R12 T40a 
A. E. Savage (1883) 
Savage, Edward S. (Mary E. Clineton) 
Ch Minnie M.; Roodhouse R6 Sec28 
T13 R12 O15a (1889) 
Savage, Henry (Mary Savage) Ch 
Edward, Robert, Harden; Winches- 
ter R4 Sec34 T13 R13 T80a E. C. 
Adams (1902) 

Savage, John L. (Molida I. Hundley) 
William Fanis, Stepchild; Win- 
chester Rl Secl2 T13 R13 OlOa 
(1867) 

Savage, Walter A. (Gertie Wilson) 
Ch Leo; Winchester R4 Sec29 T13 
R12 O64a (1886) 

Sawyers, S. J. Ch Charles, Bessie, 
Inez; Bluffs Rl SeclO T15 R13 
O119a (1871) 

Schafer, Arvie L. (Addie Cumbey) 
Ch Arthur L., Erma E., Earl; Win- 
chester R4 Sec29 T13 R12 O76a 
(1889) 

Schofield, William (Bessie Lawson) 
Ch Everett, Irvin, Joseph, Henry; 
"Blue Ridge Farm" Murrayville Rl 
Sec34 T14 Rll O12a (1856) 
Schone, William (Katherine Magelitz) 
Ch Henry, Marie, Clara, Rena; 
Bluffs Rl Seel T15 R13 T160a Hy 
Kloeppel (1913) 



Scott, C. C. (Pearl Wright) Ch 
Charles, Leona, Clarence, Virgil 
Marie; Winchester R2 Sec7 T14 

a902) T50a Mary ' Brien Collins 

Sears, Mrs. Mary E. Ch Lily, Helen, 

Harvey, Ogden; Bluffs R2 Sec29 
^ T15 R13 0190a (1868) 
Sears, Philander (Mary Vonderheid) 

Naples Rl Sec33 T15 R13 O113a 

(looO) 
Sellars, George (Anna Pigate) Ch 

Louise, Thomas, John, William, 

Bert, Lillie; Winchester R6 T13 R13 

barm Hand James Cooksey (1852) 
Sexton, Charles (Eva Bunch) Ch 

Robert, Helna M.; Manchester Rl 

Sec21 T13 Rl (1902) 
Sheppard, William Naples Rl Seel 

J14 R13 T60a D. P. Hollis & Co. 

(1916) 
Sherman, Thomas (Hattie Powell) 

Ch Wilham R.; Winchester R4 

Sec30 T13 R12 T200a Mrs. S. Sher- 

man (1886) 
Sherry James (Lillie Haymaker) Ch 

TIS 



Sherwin, Henry (Effie Suttles) Ch 
Ruth, Ray; "On-The-Square Poul- 
try Farm" Winchester R4 Sec35 
T13 R13 0122a (1882) 

Sh ^ W n r'-,,- Thomas ( Ha "ie Powell) 
h William, Roy; "Hillcrest Farm" 
Winchester R4 Sec21-30 T13 R12 
O35a T330a Mrs. S. Sherwin (1887) 
r* u Herbert (Ethel Hamilton) 
Winchester Rl Sec3 T13 R13 T180a 
Hunter Allen (1891) 

Shibe John H. (Adella Carlton) Ch 
Herbert, Ray, Grace; Winchester 
Rl Sec23 T14 R13 O95a (1852) 

Shipley, J. W. (Mary Branson) Ch 
Mamie, Max, Charles, Mabel, Mary 
Mildred; Winchester R5 Sec32 T15 
R12 T300a Mrs. J. Allen (1895) 

Shippley, Hugh (Ina Comer) Ch 
Gerold, Donald; Winchester R4 
Sec28 T13 R13 Farm Hand G W 
Young (1916) 

Shull, Mrs. Caroline Ch Ashley Shull; 
Winchester Seel T14 R12 O53a 
(1852) 

Shull, Jesse (Sarah Milliken) Ch 
William, Ada, Bertha, Emma, Nora, 
Lucy; Winchester Rl SeclO T13 R13 
T200a F. A. Allen (1858) 

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Sibert, Ed. W. (Fannie Sentney) Ch 
Belle, Daisy, Maurine; Chapin R3 
Secl3 T15 R12 O80a (1910) 

Simmons, John (Bertha Allen) Ch 
Donovan, Roy, HaroW; Winchester 
R5 Sec8 T14 R12 Farm Hand Elbert 
Coultas (1857) 

Simmons, W. C. (Lela Wilson) Ch 
Stanley, Eda; Winchester Rl Sec27 
T14 R13 T200a J. T. Wilson (1880) 

Six Henry (Fannie Crawford) Ch 
Kenneth, Russell, Raleigh, Mary, 
Vernon Hale; Winchester R2 Sec2 
T14 R13 O120a (1882) 

Six, Joe (Ida Tash) Ch Raymond, 
Bernice, Doris, Freda, Ruth; Naples 
Rl Sec32 T15 R13 T127a White 
Est. (1874) 

Six, Josias (Emma Crew) Ch Alma, 
Maud, Dell, Joseph, Gus, William, 
Henry, Cleve, Charles, George, 
Cecil, Fred; Winchester R2 Sec2 
T14 R13 O60a (1845) 

Six, Manuel (Harriet Smith) Ch 
Charles; Exeter Sec25 T15 R13 
TlOOa E. Jording (1854) 

Six, William (Harriet McKmney) 
Ch Bessie, Elsie, Earl; Winchester 
R2 Secl3 T14 R13 Farm Hand 
Taylor Est. (1876) 

Slagle, C. W. (Mary Hoover) Ch 
Edith, Myrtle, Bertha, Fred, Letha, 
Russell, Raymond; Winchester R2 
Secl3 T14 R13 OSOa (1865) 

Slagle, W. J. (Cora Sutton) Ch Basil, 
Glen, Courtney; Chapin R2 Sec24 
T15 R13 T120a H. H. Brockhouse 
f 1872) 

Smith, Albert (Nola Shafer) Ch 
Hazel, Irvin, Freda; Winchester Rl 
Sec31 T14 R13 T40a Harget Est. 
(1876) 

Smith, Bert (Carrie Killebrew) Ch 
Virgia, Harold, Marjorie, Louise; 
Winchester R6 Sec2 T13 R12 O120a 
(1885) 

Smith, B. S. (Annie Martin) Ch Alice, 
Noble, Ray. Clement, Orval, Lea, 
Lucile; Winchester R4 Sec8 T13 
R12 T260a E. B. Wills (1907) 

Smith, Dan H. (Dessie Taylor) Ch 
Warren; Chapin R2 Sec9-16 T15 
R12 O75a T80a Mrs. L. Smith (1904) 

Smith, Edgar (Minnie Keever) 
Winchester Sec29 T14 R13 T200a 
Mrs. Elmer Smith (1888) 

Smith, Fred (Mardel Carriger) Ch 
Velma, John H.; Winchester R6 
Sec5 T13 R12 T52a Belle Smith 
(1887) 



Smith, George A. (Carrie Gilmore Ch 

Neta, Rosa, Nora, Dovia, Beatrice; 

Manchester Rl SeclS T13 Rll 

O40a (1865) 
Smith, George G. (Ora E. Lewis) Ch 

James M., Charles A., Milo H., 

Albert M., Edna M.; Winchester 

Rl Secl3 T13 R13 O130a (1869) 
Smith, Hardin (Etta Gray) Ch Earl 

E., Claude D., Willis N., Mayola I.; 

Winchester R6 Secl4 T13 R12 T12a 

James Cooksey (1883) 
Smith, H. O. (Kittie Egan) Ch Flor- 
ence, Vern, Barbara; Chapin R2 

Secl6 T15 R12 O295a (1897) 
Smith, I. G. Winchester R3 Sec27 

T14 R12 O40a (1913) 
Smith, Jacob (Martha Fannon) Ch 

Warren; Winchester Rl Secl4 T13 

R13 OSOa (1861) 
Smith, Mrs. Jane Ch William, Bonie, 

Tunnie, Alsey; Winchester R6 Sec22 

T13 R12 O94a (1901) 
Smith, John D. (Belle Carlton) Ch 

Lottie, Fred, Theophilus, Elmer; 

Glasgow Sec20 T13 R12 O40a (1862) 
Smith, Joseph H. (Mary DeFrates) Ch 

Dorothy, Irene, Raymond; Win- 
chester Rl SeclS T14 R13 Farm 

Hand B. F. McLaughlin (1910) 
Smith, J. B. (Lulu Williams) Ch Anna, 

Cecil, Glenna; Naples Secl3 T15 

R14 T157a Albert Mayes (1885) 
Smith, J. R. (Alice Cline) Ch Bert; 

Winchester R6 Sec33 T14 R12 O2a 

(1843) 
Smith, Nic (Belle Clauser) Ch Orville, 

Jesse, Conrad, Leo, Charles, Paul, 

Roy, Russell; Naples Secll T14 

R14 O40a (1887) 
Smith, O. C. (Lottie Welch) Ch 

Eleanor; Naples Sec7 T15 R13 

T160a J. M. Ritter (1882) 
Smith, Thomas A. Ch Allen, Mary, 

Bertha, Minnie, Henry, George; 

Winchester Rl Sec21 T14 R13 T254a 

F. N. Tallyn (1865) 
Smith, Thomas J. (Emeline Beavers) 

Cn Greta, Bessie, Mary, Kathleen, 

Joe, Dewayne, Thomas; Bluffs R2 

Sec21 T15 R13 T280a Louisa Smith 

(1856) 
Smith, Warren (Nettie Stice) Ch 

Harold, Lloyd, John, Frances, Roy; 

Winchester Rl Secl4 T13 R13 

Farm Hand (1885) 
Smith, William (Zena Patterson) Ch 

Claud, Harold, Nicholson, Stepsons; 

Winchester R4 Secl6 T13 R12 O22a 

(1907) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



Smith, W. T. (Mary Tagg) Naples 
Rl Sec36 T1S R13 T240a Abbott 
Est. (1862) 

Smithson, Charles (Laura Campbell) 
Ch Clyde, Orville, Everett, Ivan, 
Percy, Lela; Winchester R2 Secll 
T14 R13 OlOOa (1859) 

Smithson, Ivan L. (Lena O'Donnall) 
Winchester R6 Sec35 T14 R12 T120a 
Callans & O'Donnall (1888) 

Smithson, Mrs. R. E. Ch Leo, Harvey, 
Thomas, Fritz, Lily; Winchester R2 
Secll T14 R13 O78a (1856) 

Smithson, S. M. (Millie Murray) Ch 
Chester, Isabel, Agnes; Winchester 
Rl Sec25 T14 R13 O183a (1872) 

Smock, David (Hattie Day) Ch Harry 
E., Gaile D.; Roodhouse R3 Sec36 
T13 R12 Farm Hand J. P. Taylor 
(1893) 

Smock, David V. (Hattie Day) Ch 
Evert, Gale; Roodhouse Sec30 T13 
Rll TlOOa Charles Spencer (1884) 

Smock, R. J. (Ellie Sommers) Ch Or- 
ville, Lola; Winchester Rl Sec34 
T14 R13 Farm Hand J. T. Wilson 
(1892) 

Smothers, Bert (Ava Brown) Ch 
Lytle, Ruby; Winchester Rl Secll 
T350a William Smothers (1877) 

Smothers, Douglas E. (Lacie Christi- 
son) Ch Clara, Frances, Fae, Genoa; 
Winchester R2 Sec6 T14 R12 T200a 
Jake Christison (1888) 

Smothers, Earl (Grace Ball) Ch Spen- 
cer, Bruce; Winchester Rl Sec23 
T14 R13 T189a M. E. Taylor and 
M. S. Ball (1886) 

Smothers, Harry E. (Effie Wright) 
Ch Vera, Fredie, Kenneth, Merl, 
Helen, Irene; Winchester Rl Secll 
T13 R13 T200a W. Smothers (1866) 

Smothers, James A. (Cora Hazelrigg) 
Ch Earl, Douglas, Cecile, Marie; 
Winchester Rl Secl9 T14 R13 T280a 
R. Frost & Sons (1862) 

Smothers, Perry E. (Effie M. Wright) 
Ch Vera, Freeda, Kenneth, Merle, 
Helen, Irene; Winchester Rl Secl3 
T200a J. W. Smothers (1867) 

Splain, Robert (Bessie Main) Ch 
Frank, Mary, Charity, Robert, 
Maud, Bertha, George, Harry, Rus- 
sell, Floyd; Florence Sec30 T14 R13 
T80a E. A. Hippen (1897) 

Springer, John A. (Katherine F. Con- 
ner) Ch Rubv, Richard; Winchester 
Farm Hand Woodal & Grant (1917) 

Stainsforth, O. C. (Yettie Gordon) 
Winchester R3 Secl3 T14 R12 J. V. 
Gordon (1914) 



Stegemann, Fritz (Lena Rolf) Ch 
Carl; Bluffs R2 Sec25 T15 R13 
0183a (1902) 

Stewart, C. M. (Beulah Erixon) Win- 
chester R2 Sec35 T15 R13 O66a 
TlOOa Stewart Est. (1914) 

Stewart, James E. (Eliza Atchison) 
Naples Rl Secl7 T14 R13 T60a 
Atchison Sisters (1907) 

Stice, A. L. (Kate Hoots) Ch Floyd, 
Edna, Thomas, Lita; Winchester Rl 
Secl9 Ti4 R13 T160a Q j Walters 

(1882) 

Stice, Burley L. (Ada J. Sutton) Ch 
Albert; Winchester R3 Sec31 T14 

^oLF* 1 Hand Frank Coughlin 
(Ioo6) 

Stice, Elmer E. (Anna Hoots) Ch 

Lloyd E., Janice; Winchester R4 

Sec6 T13 R12 (1890) 
Stice William M. (Jane Crowder) Ch 

Ethel, Mary, Willie, Arthur, Elmer; 

Winchester Rl Sec3 T13 R13 T20a 
Hunter Allen Co. (1887) 
Strubbe, Henry (Lena Meyer) Ch Ed- 

ward, Arthur, Herbert, Harold- 

Jacksonville Rl Sec22 T15 R12 

T178a J. H. Eilers (1917) 
Stuart, Mrs. Martha Ch Harry, E-lmer 

* Alsey Sec22 



Sullins, J. W. (Eva Wilson) Ch Eddie; 
Bluffs R2 Sec23 T15 R12 T60a Car- 
son Jones (1856) 

Summers, Charles H. (Elizabeth 
Reese) Ch John, Cyrus, Annie, 
Flora, Lucian, Verna, Norma, Carl 
Edith, Fay, Iva; Winchester R3 
SecS T13 Rll O140a (1853) 

Summers, H. B. (Stella Whewell) Ch 
John, Mary M., Homer C; Win- 
chester R3 SecS T14 Rll T120a 
Mary E. Whewell (1912) 

Summers, James E. (Hester Smock) 
Ch Ray, Paul, Lita, Burley Young; 
Winchester Rl Sec36 T14 R13 Farm 
Hand J. R. Peak (1881) 

Summers, Lucian B. (Nellie Smith) 
Ch Bernice, Harold, Russell, Verlin, 
Kathleen; Manchester Rl SecS T13 
Rll T140a R. F. Patterson (1881) 

Suter, Alexander (Ida M. Strawmat) 
Ch William E., Mildred M., Gladys. 
Edna B., Paul F.; Murrayville Rl 
T14 Rll T160a H. A. Suter (1894) 

Suter, Floyd (Mary Wild) Ch Helen, 
Albert, Francis; Winchester R3 
Sec29 T14 Rll T160a H. A. Suter 
(1894) 

Suter, William H. Jr. (Ida Stiel) Ch 
Claud, Emmett, Jessie, Loretta, Lu- 
cile; Winchester R3 Sec29 T14 Rll 
T160a H. A. Suter (1885) 



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Sutton, C. H. (Lizzie Carter) Ch Earl; 
Winchester R5 Sec36 T15 R12 
T240a J. H. Osborne (1891) 

Sweet, M. Z. (Lucy Crab tree) Ch 
Morris, Warren, Nettie; Winchester 
Rl Sec21 T13 R13 T200a H. Loisen- 
hop (1867) 



Swettart, Mrs. W. R. Ch Gordon, 
Louise, Frances; Chapin R2 Secl6 
T15 R12 O15a (1916) 

Switzer, Alva D. (Bertha Mader) Ch 
Thomas A., Anna, Maud; Winches- 
ter R2 Secl9 T14 R12 T85a Laura 
Switzer (1883) 



Tadlock, Earl (Kater Guinane) Ch 
Elmer, Harry, Edna; Roodhouse R6 
Sec3 T13 R12 O75a (1887) 

Tankersley, Giles L. (Kate Hawk) Ch 
Chester E., Stella L., Thurman G., 
Lucy A., Allen W., Lecie R., James 
H., Walter H.; Winchester R3 
Sec24 T14 R12 O240a (1860) 

Tankersley, Leonard G. (Jennie Mc- 
Cartey) Ch Addie, Joseph, Daniel, 
Earnest; Winchester R3 Sec23 T14 
R12 O52a Sec23 T14 R12 (1872) 

Tankersley, Thomas T. (Sarah Tear- 
neyhough) Ch Fletcher, Meda, 
Edith, Bertha, Mary, Jessie, John, 
Raymond, Effie; Winchester R3 
Secl9 T14 Rll O120a (1849) 

Tankesley, Allen W. (Irene New) Ch 
Maxine; Winchester R3 Sec24 T14 
R12 T120a Giles Tankersley (1893) 

Tankesley, Warren B. (Emily Briley) 
Ch Marie, Oma; Winchester R5 
Sec23 T14 R12 Sec23 O80a (1876) 

Taylor, Clyde C. (Alma Brockhouse) 
Chapin R2 Secl7 T15 R12 T132a 
Cordelia Taylor (1894) 

Taylor, Mrs. Cordelia Ch Clark, 
Archie, Dessie, Maud, Clyde, Lois; 
Chapin R2 Secl7 T15 R12 O132a 
(1877) 

Taylor, C. D. (Belle Watson) Ch Ella, 
Ray, Henry, Margaret, Watson, 
Grace, Jeanette; Winchester R2 
Secl3 T14 R13 O270a (1860) 

Taylor, Fred (Vera Lee Smothers) Ch 
Amelia Lee, Mora B.; Winchester 
R4 Sec26 T13 R13 Farm Hand E. C. 
Adam (1882) 

Taylor, G. P. (Susan Dunham) Ch 
Claud, Daisy; Chapin R2 Secl7 T15 
R12 O80a (1867) 

Taylor, I. A. (Fannie Smith) Ch 
Ruby, Opal, Garnet, Beryl, Pearl, 
Emerald, Ira, Fred; Winchester R2 
Sec24 T14 R13 O80a (1867) 

Taylor, John P. (Mabel Day) Ch 
Nellie M., Basil; Roodhouse R3 
Sec25 T13 R12 T300a Charles Spen- 
cer (1906) 



Taylor, L. E. (Lucy Campbell) Ch 
Edna, Norman, Mabel, Mildred; 
Winchester R5 Sec33 T15 R12 OlSSa 
(1887) 

Taylor, Samuel T. (Annabell Ed- 
wards) Roodhouse R3 Sec30 T13 
Rll T30a Robert Cooper (1913) 

Taylor, William Neelyville Secl7 T15 
R12 O42a (1856) 

Taylor, William N. (Lula Bean) Ch 
Marcella; Bluffs R2 Sec30 T15 R12 
O74a (1870) 

Taylor, W. E. (Lena Wills) Ch Helen, 
Harold, Hazel; "Walnut Creek 
Stock Farm" Winchester R2 Sec23 
T14 R13 T120a J. W. Taylor (1885) 

Templin, C. G. (Mary E. Stice) Ch 
Jessie, Minnie, Will, Nellie, Flor- 
ence, Bessie, Lillie; Winchester Rl 
Sec8 T13 R13 T40a Dr. Feldche 
(1882) 

Templin, Jessie (Maggie Hoots) Ch 
Earl, Eileen, Gladys, Louise, Burly- 
Winchester Rl Sec8 T13 R13 T60a 
H. H. Fletcher (1888) 

Terhune, Joseph W. (Eliza Canatsey) 
Ch Carl, Charles, Nellie, Frances; 
"Wiler Brook Farm" Winchester 
R4 Sec5 T13 R12 O60a (1874) 

Terrell, John O. (Carrie Mayes) Ch 
Oscar, Grace, Phoebe; Winchester 
Rl Sec22 T14 R13 O60a (1879) 

Terrell, John T. (Sarah Gregory) Ch 
George, John; Winchester Rl SeclS 
T14 R13 O81a (1872) 

Thady, Charles E. (Amy Crabtree) 
Ch John, Norma; Manchester Rl 
Sec28 T13 Rll O76a (1877) 

Thady, Fred N. (Alta Crabtree) Ch 
Wilmer F., Ruby A.; Manchester Rl 
Sec9 T13 Rll O160a (1875) 

Tharp, Helen Ch Cornelius, Adelia, 
Lyman; Winchester R3 Sec25 T14 
R12 O120a (1857) 

Tharp, Neal T. (Hebe Read) Ch Ed- 
win, Ethel, Ella, Eunice, Grace, Dee, 
Mildred; Winchester T14 R12 Mrs. 
R. J. Woodall (1909) 

Tholen, William H. (Minnie Korty) 
Bluffs R2 Sec22 T15 R13 T103a 
Korty Est. (1909) 



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Thomas, Claude Ch Helen; "Eureka 
Stock Farm" Winchester R2 Secl4 
T14 R13 O240a (1871) 

Thomas, George (Mamie Smith) Ch 
Gale, Veda; Alsey Sec22 T13 R12 
T35a Oscar George (1882) 

Thomas, George E. (Goldie Walker) 
Winchester Sec24 T14 R12 O80a 
M. E. Williams (1875) 

Thomas, Harvey (Cora Parker) Ch 
Mae; Naples Rl Sec33 T15 R13 
T62a P. Sears (1910) 

Thompson, Homer L. (Nanny Boston) 
Ch Eugene, Claude; Roodhouse R3 
Sec29 T13 Rll T40a Mrs. Mary 
Cooper (1911) 

Thompson, Jacob Ch Alice, John, Al- 
bert, Dora, Elizabeth, Lettie, 
Lillian A., Mary; Naples Rl Secl9 
T15 R13 O120a (1854) 

Thompson, R. S. (Lee Taylor) Ch 
Madeline, Frances; Winchester R2 
Secl3 T14 R13 O270a (1888) 

Thompson, W. H. (Emma Morris) 
Bluffs Rl Sec3 T15 R13 T20a C. 
McCaleb (1860) 

Tindall, Thomas (Florence Dawson) 
Ch Clarence, Lloyd; Winchester R5 
Sec2 T14 R12 T190a George Metz- 
ger (1911) 



Todd, Bert E. (Stella Leitze) Ch 
Jessie, Bessie, Edwin, Lorene; Win- 
chester R4 Sec30 T13 R12 Farm 
Hand Thomas Sherman (1885) 

Todd, John D. (Carrie McPherson) 
Ch Walter, Ray, Buell, Russell, 
Mildred, Elwyn; Winchester R4 
Secl3 T13 R13 Farm Hand F. V. 
McLaughlin (1883) 

Tolle, 'Melvin M. (Myrtle Simpson) 
Ch Russell, Kathleen, Louise; 
Chapin R2 SeclS T15 R12 T60a J. 
Hosenkamp (1901) 

Tomhave, Claus Ch Rose, John, Ella, 
Emma; "Oak Lawn Farm" Chapin 
R2 Secl7 T15 R12 OlSOa T40a Rose 
Tomhave (1870) 

Torrance, Benj. R. (Rachael Hatter) 
Ch Ray, Hester, Mary, Helen, Eme- 
line, Eleanor, Lenora; Bluffs SeclS 
T1S R13 T75a C. Oakes and T. J. 
Smith (1872) 

Townsend, George (Nettie Welch) Ch 
Macel; Winchester R4 Sec32 T14 
R12 O20a (1871) 

Tuke, William Ch Gertrude, Mary, 
Charles, David, Emma; Winchester 
R3 Sec21 T14 R12 O24a (1895) 



u 

Unger, C. (Maggie Oakes) Ch Lena; 
Naples Sec7 T15 R13 O160a (1847) 



VanCleve, John H. (Thelma Newing- 
han) Ch William H., James M.; 
Manchester Rl Sec9 T13 Rll Farm 
Hand Fred H. Thady (1897) 

VanMeter, Joseph (Nellie Ryan) Ch 
Lillie, William, Madeline, Christo- 
pher; Winchester R4 Sec6 T13 R13 
T120a J. V. VanMeter (1879) 

VanMeter, J. V. (Sarah D. Ray) 
"Rock Spring Farm" Winchester 
R4 Sec5 T13 R12 O115a (1852) 

Vannier, Albert (Daisy C. Sibert) 
Neelyville SeclS T15 R12 TlOOa R. 
Vannier (1884) 

Vannier, Dick (Ada Vangundy) Ch 
Ida, Albert, Lily, Harry; Chapin R2 
SeclS T15 R12 O230a (1858) 

Vannier, George H. (Johanna Hub- 
bert) Ch Ina, Lena, Cora, Belle, 
Paul; Bluffs Rl Secll T15 R13 
OlSOa (1863) 

Vannier, Henry (Mary Poole) Ch 
May, Arthur; Neeylville SeclS T15 
R12 O950a (1856) 

Vantuyle, F. O. (Ursula Rowlins) Ch 
Robert; Roodhouse R3 Sec33 T13 
Rll O220a (1860) 



VanZandt, Joseph E. (Gertrude Ed- 
wards and Rachel VanZandt, Sis- 
ters) Winchester R6 Sec4 T13 R12 
O30a (1880) 

Vaughn, James F. (Lecie C. Day) 
Roodhouse R3 Sec36 T13 R12 Geo. 
H. Day (1914) 

Vogelhund, Anton (Lula Lawson) Ch 
Gertrude M., Harold A.; Winchester 
R3 Secl6 T14 R12 Farm Hand 
Grant Coultas (1882) 

Vortman, Henry J. (Elissa Bentler) 
Ch Mabel, Freda; Winchester R2 
Sec5 T14 R12 T317a Wm. G. 
McCollough (1862) 

Vortman, Jasper (Clara Hubbert) Ch 
Elmer, Harvey, Laura; Bluffs Secl3 
T15 R13 O80a (1865) 

Vortman, Lewis (Elva Whitlock) Ch 
Clarence, Ethel, Luke, Dora; Exeter 
Sec25 T15 R13 T17a J. D. Brock- 
house (1864) 

Vortmann, John (Marguerite, Sister) 
Bluffs Rl Seel T15 R13 O120a 

(1877) 



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Waid, Hezekiah (Nettie Orr) Ch Fred, 
Emory, Mary, Benjamin; Winches- 
ter R5 SeclS T14 R12 Farm Hand 
J. E. Kincaid (1867) 

Walk, Ed. D. (Hariett Walk) Ch Con- 
stance; Winchester Rl Sec2 T13 
R13 T116a Robert Hawk (1917) 

Walk, H. W. (Nancy B. Ross) Ch 
Beulah M,. Laura A., Arthur A., 
Beatrice M.; Winchester R6 Secl6 
T13 R12 O40a T40a Sarah J. Ross 
(1887) 

Walk, William J. (Nora Gray) Man- 
chester Rl Secl3 T13 R12 TlOa 
Willis Gray (1878) 

Walker, Charles W. (Hetty Diller) 
Ch Pearl, Allie, Essie, Fred, Irma, 
Kenneth, Marie; Winchester R2 
Seel T14 R13 OlOOa (1857) 

Walker, Earl A. (Virdie Davis) Ch 
Ivan, Henry, Byron, Julia; Win- 
chester Rl Sec22 T14 R13 T35a 
James B. Davis Sr. (1882) 

Walker, Elmer F. (Noda Berry) Ch 
Frank, Olive; Bluffs R2 Sec31 T1S 
R12 O195a (1875) 

Walker, George R. (Laura Wiser) Ch 
Hayden, Allmond, Isaiah, Harmon, 
Mamie, Elvie, Martha; Winchester 
R2 Sec9 T14 R13 O82a (1861) 

Walker, John H. (Delia Mansfield) 
Ch Ray, Grace, Mabel, Ethel, Lloyd; 
Manchester Rl Secl7 T13 Rll T85a 
Dennie Reardon (1916) 

Walker, S. C. (Rachel Guinn) Ch 
George, Allie, Ira, Ona; Naples Rl 
Sec8 T14 R13 0230a (1849) 

Wallace, John A. Ch Ruth, Ralph, 
Ella B.; Alsey SeclS T13 R12 Farm 
Hand J. Welsh Jr. (1867) 

Wallace, N. M. (Leonore Clark) Ch 
Harry, Cecil, Ray, Frances, Lloyd, 
Leonore; Winchester R3 Sec21 T14 
R12 T2l6y 2 a Smith Est. (1869) 

Wallis, M. Frank (Estella Preston) 
Ch Clifton, Sylvia A., Marie, Lloyd 
T.; Manchester Rl Secl9 T13 Rll 
Farm Hand Joe Curtis (1915) 

Warcup, E. W. (Mannie Brisendine) 
Ch Clyde, Grace, Opal, Clarence, 
Donald, Wayne; Winchester R3 
Sec36 T14 R12 T180a Charles Coop- 
er (1910) 

Ward, Hugh (Anna Osborne) Win- 
chester R6 Sec32 T14 R12 O4a 
(1914) 

Ward, Lee Winchester R3 Sec28 T14 
Rll T136a Mrs. P. Whewell (1874) 



Watt, W. G. (Helen Thomas) "Eureka 
Stock Farm" Winchester R2 Secl4 
T14 R13 T240a Claude Thomas 
(1893) 

Weeder, Albert (Julia Oswald) Ch 
Annie, Albert, Rosa, Lena, Hilda, 
Emma, Marie, Minnie, Loretta; 
Winchester R5 Sec22 T14 R12 O64a 
(1867) 

Weiss, Albert (Dora Wellenkamp) Ch 
Milburn; Chapin R2 Sec24 T15 R13 
Farm Hand J. D. Brockhouse 

Weiss, Fritz (Frederika Bosse) Ch 
William, Fred, Otto, Albert, Emma; 
Bluffs Rl Secl-12 T15 R13 O80a 
T30a George Vannier (1900) 

Weiss, Otto (Etta Froh wetter) Ch 
Marvin; Bluffs Rl Secl2 T15 R13 
T30a George Vannier (1900) 

Welch, Charles B. Ch Roy, Frank, 
Carrie, Opal, Lois, Bessie; Win- 
chester R3 Sec21 T14 R12 T16a S. L. 
Welch (1868) 

Welch, Geo. W. (Jennie Topper) Ch 
Dora, Luther, Ada, William, Jessie, 
Eddie, Eva, Sadie, Leo, Daisy, Min- 
nie, Dave; Winchester R6 T14 
R12 T3a Mrs. Jennie Perkins (1859) 

Welch, J. C. (Matilda C. Baker) Ch 
Lillie, Clyde, John Jr., Emma, Pearl, 
Earl; Winchester R6 Sec4 T13 R12 
O70a (1861) 

Wellenkamp, H. H. Bluffs R2 Sec34 
T15 R13 T50a L. Graham (1907) 

Wells, Norman L. (Tunnie Smith) Ch 
Charles, Goldie, Daisy, Delia, Alma, 
Nettie, Lee; Winchester R6 Sec22 
T13 R12 T92a Mrs. J. Smith (1917) 

Wells, W. D. Ch Elmer, Orin, Julian, 
Blanch, William W.; Winchester R5 
Sec22 T14 R12 O90a (1850) 

Welsh, John Jr. (Mary Callans) Ch 
Janie C, Mary H., John M., Gerald; 
Winchester R6 SeclS T13 R12 Ola 
T160a J. Welsh, Sr. 

Werries, John Jr. (Christina Wessler) 
Ch Erich, Leland, Bernice, Louis; 
Chapin R3 Secl3 T15 R12 OllSa 
(1911) 

Werries, William (Julia Osterholt) 
Ch Helen, Mildred; Bluffs R2 Sec30 
T15 R12 O94a (1908) 

West, William E. (Nellie G. Sanders) 
Ch Thelma M., Charles A; Charles 
G. West, Father; Bluffs R2 Sec30 
T15 R12 Farm Hand C. Funk (1905) 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



Westermeyer, J. W. (Caroline Nort- 
rup) Ch Anna Irene; Bluffs R2 
Sec28 T15 R13 TISOa H. Nortrup 
(1896) 

Westermeyer, William Ch Henry, 
Alma, Fred, Julius; Naples Rl 
Sec20 T15 R13 O160a (1886) 

Westfall, W. W. (Emona Kennedy) 
Ch William, Minnie; Valley Sec34 
T15 R14 T40a H. and C. Oakes 
(1910) 

Whewell, James (Bessie Coply) 
Roodhouse R4 Sec33 T13 Rll T200a 
E. Murray (1885) 

Whewell, Mrs. Richard Ch Bertha B., 
Sadie E., James H., William T., 
Walter B.; Roodhouse R3 Sec32 
T13 Rll T80a Mary Rousey (1901) 

Whitehead, Walter (Flora Tuke) Ch 
Lillian; Manchester Rl Sec9 T13 
Rll O120a W. Whitehead (1877) 

Whitlock, Luke (Mary Peak) Exeter 
Sec25-36 T15 R13 O20a T180a R. 
Funk (1866) 

Whitlock, W. J. (Edna Johnson) Ch 
Delia, James, Clara; Naples Rl 
Sec33 T15 R13 O15a (1916) 

Wild, Samuel (Isabel Dobson) Ch 
Mary, Pearl, Edward T., Martha E., 
Margaret I., Samuel L., George H.; 
Murrayville Rl Sec34 -T14 Rll 
T166a C. S. Doyles Est. (1916) 

Williams, Leroy Ch Ora, Katie; Exe- 
ter Sec34 T15 R14 T40a H. and C. 
Oakes (1866) 

Willis, Amos (Bessie Patterson) Ch 
Marie, May; Murrayville R4 Sec25 
T13 R12 Farm Hand H. Bell (1916) 

Willoughby, James (Eliza Willough- 
by, Mother) Winchester RS Sec2 
T14 R12 T109a Eliza Willoughby 
(1864) 

Wills, Harrison (Lucy Christison) Ch 
Elijah, Clayton, John, Elmer, 
Martha, Anna; Winchester Rl Sec23 
T14 R13 O9a (1854) 

Wills, John (Minerva Parker) Bluffs 
R2 Sec28 T15 R13 T80a J. Mether- 
ingham (1854) 

Wilson, Charles A. (Mabel L. Kille- 
brew) Ch-Ruth E.; Winchester R4 
Secl2 T13 R13 T30a Fred V. Mc- 
Laughlin (1894) 

Wilson, C. R. Ch Opal Winchester Rl 
Sec33 T14 R13 T260a J. T. Wilson 
(1885) 

Wilson, Edward (Tillie Boes) Win- 
chester Rl Sec33 T14 R13 T240a 
James T. Wilson (1890) 

Wilson, Emlis (Katie Feger) Ch 
Thomas A., Mary D., Roy; Win- 
chester R4 Sec20 T13 R12 O51a 
(1875) 



Wilson, Harrison (Cecile Bowers) Ch 
Graydon R.. Mildred E. ; Roodhouse 
R3 Sec27 T13 R12 O185^a (1881) 

Wilson, Mrs. Idella Ch Wista, Cullen; 
Roodhouse R3 Sec28 T13 R12 OllSa 
(1873) 

Wilson, James F. Ch Elinor, Murel, 
Buell; Roodhouse R6 Sec33 T13 R12 
p!74a (1875) 

Wilson, Jessie (Elizabeth Killibrew) 
Ch Robert H., Charles A., Leroy, 
Clifford, Lola M.; Winchester R4 
Secl2 T13 R13 T30a F. V. Mc- 
Laughlin (1894) 

Wilson, John A. (Bertha Story) Ch 
Martha D., Harry J., Lucile S.; 
Roodhouse R6 Sec29 T13 R12 O140a 
(1877) 

Wilson, J. T. (Ella Munday) Ch Lelia, 
Charles, Pearl, Edward, Bertha; 
Winchester Sec21-34 T14 R13 
Ol,700a 

Wilson, Thomas (Pearl E. Gerard) Ch 
Larence W., Frances M., Chester V.; 
Roodhouse R3 Sec27 T13 R12 O193a 
(1884) 

Wilson, Mrs. W. J. Ch James, Thomas, 
Harrison, Zetta, Mettie; Roodhouse 
R3 Sec28 T13 R12 Ola T233a Wil- 
son Est. (1844) 

Wilson, W. S. (Laura Petersen) Ch 
Gertie; Winchester R4 Sec29 T13 
R12 O80a (1865) 

Winger, Alex (Cornelia Oliver) Win- 
chester Sec26 T14 R13 T70a J. 
Hardy (1907) 

Wisdom, W. H. (Annie Osborne) Ch 
Marie, Harry; Winchester R2 Seel 
T14 R13 Farm Hand Wm. Redshaw 
(1891) 

Wishon, Alfred (Catherine Dunevan) 
Ch William, Delia, Leonard; Alsey 
Sec30 T13 R12 O120a (1850) 

Wishon, Alfred Leonard (Wista Wil- 
son) Ch Melba, Grant; Winchester 
R4 Sec28 T13 R12 T200a Mrs. Delia 
Wilson (1899) 

Woodall, James R. (Ellen Thorp) Ch 
Fred, Beatrice, Ralph, Grace, Cor- 
nelius; Winchester R6 Sec34 T14 
R12 O80a (1876) 

Woodall, Jessie (Stella Switzer) Ch 
Warren S.; Winchester R6 Seel T13 
R12 O80a (1886) 

Woodall, J. W. (Hazel Fowler) Ch 
Margaret, Paul W.; Winchester R6 
Secl2 T13 R12 O149a (1881) 

Woodall, Oliver (Mildred Dawson) 
Winchester R6 Sec32 T14 R12 O80a 
(1884) 



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Woodall, William M. (Eliza Taylor, 
Sister) Winchester R5 Secll T14 
R12 T57a Eliza Taylor (1913) 

Woosley, Floyd (Leta Martin) Ch 
Lyal, Meda; Winchester Rl Sec9 
T13 R13 T400a (1916) 

Worrell, George (Edna Hyatt) Ch 
Connie; Naples Secll T14 R14 
T160a C. M. Simmons (1887) 

Worrell, Joseph Ch Hattie, Minnie, 
George, William, Joseph, John, Jen- 
nie; Naples Rl Sec30 T15 R13 OlOOa 
(1890) 



Wright, Clayton (Ida B. Moore) Ch 
Pearl, Etta, Ethel, Ira, Maud, Ruth, 
Anna, Carl; Winchester R2 Sec8 
T14 R12 T120a S. Gross (1862) 

Wright, Frank A. Winchester R3 
Sec26 T14 R12 O120a C. Coultas 
(1887) 

Wright, Gilbert A. (Rosa Slagel) Ch 
Leta, Inez; Winchester R5 Sec4 T14 
R12 Farm Hand McCullough (1875) 

Wright, Ira C. (Essie L. Walker) Ch 
Edna, Eileen; Winchester R2 Sec6 
T14 R12 T155a Clayton Wright 
(1892) 



Yelm, George (Maud Blackburn) Ch 
Hester, Delmas, Meredith, Lucile; 
Winchester Rl Seel T13 R13 T30a 
Mr. Blackburn (1907) 

Young, Alex (Nelia Crum) Ch Wil- 
bur, Ralph; Winchester Rl Sec23 
T13 R13 T425a Oscar Young (1881) 

Young, Charles (Alice T. Fletcher) 
Ch Hardin, Percy; Winchester Rl 
Sec22 T13 R13 O440a (1861) 

Young, C. E. and John (Rosalia, Sis- 
ter) Glasgow Sec28 T13 R13 T80a 
Geo. W. Young (1892) 



Young, Fred (Lillie Young) Ch Ruth, 
Louise; Winchester R4 Sec38 T13 
R13 Farm Hand H. Sherman (1891) 

Young, Jesse M. (Pearl M. McLaugh- 
lin) Ch Delma, Nadine; Winchester 
R4 Sec26 T13 R13 OSOOa G. W. 
Young (1889) 

Young, Hardin (Nina Richardson) Ch 
Charles T.; Winchester R4 Sec22 
T13 R13 T440a (1885) 

Young, Oscar (Harriet Langley) Ch 
Alexander; Winchester Rl Sec23 
T13 R13 O425a (1852) 



Zyph, Thomas H. (Elizabeth Leitze) 
Ch Edra; Winchester Rl Secl4 T13 
R13 Farm Hand O. Young & Son 
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ABERDEEN ANGUS 

CAIN, AUSTIN F. .. .Jacksonville, R. 6 

CAIN, THOMAS R Jacksonville 

DARLEY, SAMUEL. ..Jacksonville, R. 5 

FORD, G. B Waverly, R. 1 

GRAY, FRED Murrayville, R. 4 

McCoRMicK, J. L. . .Jacksonville, R. 5 

SCOTT, SYLVANUS Franklin, R. 1 

HEREFORD 

*BROCKHOUSE, ELLIS E....Chapin, R. 1 

*COULSON, GEO. H Chapin, R. 2 

ROOK, J. C Jacksonville, R. 5 

RUSSWINKEL, JOHN. . .Arenzville, R. 2 

RED POLLED 

GARNER, J. O Murrayville, R. 2 

KUMLE, ALICE G Alexander 

McCuRLEY, AMOS E Franklin, R. 1 

RICHARDS, J. C Murrayville 

VANGUNDY, GEO Chapin, R. 2 

SHORTHORN 

ALLAN, J. F Jacksonville, R. 2 

ALLAN, J. R Jacksonville, R. 2 

ARNOLD, AMOS D. . .Jacksonville, R. 6 

*ARNOLD, J. W Arnold 

BARBER, WM Jacksonville, R. 8 

BLAND, A. T Franklin, R. 3 

BROCKHOUSE, ALFRED. . .Concord, R. 1 

*CAMPBELL, J. H Jacksonville, R. 2 

CLEARY, SAMUEL P.Jacksonville, R. 1 

CRUM, W. H Literberry, R. 1 

*DAVIS, C. E & SON. Jacksonville, R. 6 

*DAVIS, E. CLIFTON. Jacksonville, R. 6 



*DETMER, HENRY Chapin, R. 1 

DOOLIN, W. A Waverly, R. 3 

EVERETT, E. C Waverly, R. 2 

GIBSON & HAWKER Franklin, R. 1 

GRAY, JOHN E Waverly, R. 1 

*GREEN, B. D Jacksonville, R. 8 

HAGEN, FRED H Jacksonville, R. 6 

HAMILTON, ROBERT S 

Jacksonville, R. 6 

HAYNES, IRA. Franklin, R. 2 

JOY, EDW. F Chapin, R. 3 

KIRBY BROS., W. W. & G. L 

Franklin, R. 1 

*KOYNE, GEO Murrayville, R. 1 

*LEWIS, L. L Jacksonville, R. 2 

LONERGAN, C. E Murrayville, R. 4 

LONERGAN, FRANK. . .Murrayville, R. 4 

*LUKEMAN, J. J Waverly, R. 1 

McKiNNEY, RATIO S Chapin, R. 3 

MILLION, J. E Alexander, R. 1 

*PETEFISH, A. W. & SONS . . . Literberry 

RAHE, H Chapin, R. 2 

REES, WM. M Franklin, R. 1 

REES, WM. M., SR Franklin, R. 1 

REO, JOHN W Murrayville, R. 2 

REYNOLDS, EDWIN J.Jacksonville, R. S 

RICHARDS, J. C Murrayville 

RIDDER, HENRY J Alexander, R. 1 

ROOK, J. C Jacksonville, R. 5 

ROULAND, WALTHER A. Waverly, R. 3 
SCHUMACHER, ALVIN H.. Chapin, R. 1 

SCHUMACHER, MRS. C Chapin, R. 1 

SHEKELTON, JAMES Waverly, R. 1 

SMITH, MELVIN O Concord, R. 1 

STEVENSON, E. K Pisgah 

*STEWART, HENRY C.. Jacksonville, R. 6 
STEWART, J. M Jacksonville, R. 1 

*STORY, CHAS F Franklin, R. 2 

STRAWN, JOEL Orleans 

VAN WINKLE, ARTHUR. Franklin, R. 3 
VAN WINKLE, M. A Franklin, R. 3 



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* WALSH, HARRY Alexander, R. 1 

*WEDER, A. W Murrayville, R. 1 

WHALEN, MRS. MARY. .Franklin, R. 1 

*WiGGS, A. M Franklin, R. 2 

*WILLIAM, CLYDE H Chapin, R. 2 

* WILSON, J. W Jacksonville, R. 2 

WOOD, JAMES, JR Waverly 

WOOD, JIM, JR Waverly 

WOODS, C. C Waverly, R. 1 

ZELLER, Jos. A Alexander 



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JERSEY 

ALLEN, JOHN R Jacksonville, 

*Braner, George W. .Arenzville, 
BRIDGEMAN, OSCAR. .Jacksonville, 
BURNETT, MARSH ALLL. .Franklin, 

COKER, GEO Jacksonville, 

FLETCHER, CHAS. L Waverly, 

HARMON, OSCAR Franklin, 

MEYER, JOHN H Arenzville, 

MORRIS, ANDREW J Franklin, 

RAWLINGS, B. F Franklin, 

REDBURN, JOHN H. .Jacksonville, 

REES, MARSHALL Franklin, 

SARGENT, WM. T. . .Jacksonville, 

SEARS, O. L Waverly, 

SHEEHAN, JOHN Woodson, 

STARR, JAMES M Jacksonville, 

STEVENSON, E. R Jacksonville, 

STUBBLEFIELD, T. M.. Jacksonville, 

VASEY, JOHN Jacksonville, 

WATSON, C. W Woodson, 

WATTS, J. A Waverly, 

* WILEY, NOEL Alexander, 

* WOODS, J. P Franklin, 



R. 4 

R. 2 

R. 4 

R. 3 

R. 6 

R. 2 

R. 1 

R. 1 

R. 2 

R. 1 

R. 4 

R. 1 

R. 1 

R. 1 

R. 1 

R. 6 

R. 1 

R. 6 

R. 1 

R. 1 

R. 2 

R. 1 

R. 3 



GUERNSEY 

JOY, JAMES S Chapin, R. 3 

REA, JOHN W Murrayville. R. 2 

*RICHARDSON, W. G. .Jacksonville, R. 1 

HOLSTEIN 

ALDERSON, GEORGE Waverly, R. 3 

CLAMPIT, CHARLES W 

Jacksonville, R. 7 

*DoYLE, ED T Murrayville, R. 1 

GRAY, FRED Murrayville, R. 4 

GUNN, MRS. NELLIE B 

Jacksonville, R. 1 

McCuRLEY, WM. E. Murrayville, R. 1 

*NALL, CHARLES H Prentice, R. 1 

RAGIN, REUBEN Jacksonville, R. 2 

REDBURN, JOHN H. .Jacksonville, R. 4 

ROBERTS, MARTIN L Franklin, R. 2 

STARR, JAMES M. .. Jacksonville, R. 6 

WATSON, F. R Jacksonville, R. 2 



BERKSHIRE 

CRUM, W. H Literberry, R. 1 

*ECKHOFF, HENRY Chapin, R. 1 

NICKEL, J. H Arenzville, R. 2 

WATTS, J. A Waverly, R. 2 

* WEDER, A. W Murrayville, R. 1 

CHESTER WHITE 

*BEEKMAN, GEO S. . .Jacksonville, R. 5 

ENGELBRECHT, H Chapin, R. 2 

GOVEIA, GEORGE M.. .Jacksonville, R. 4 

*HEATON, BERRY S. . .Winchester, R. 3 

HINNERS, Louis E. . . .Meredosia, R. 1 

*HODGSON, HOWARD E Ashland, R. 1 

*ROULAND, WALTHER A. Waverly, R. 3 

SELF, C. C Woodson, R. 1 

*SELF, J. T Woodson, R. 1 

THOMPSON, ELLIS H.Jacksonville, R. 4 

WHITLOCK, G. W Murrayville, R. 3 

WILLERTON, ALFRED. . Murrayville, R. 3 

WITKER, JOHN H., JR. Meredosia, R. 1 

DUROC JERSEY 

*ABERNATHY, R. EARL ... Concord, R. 1 

BAKER, CHARLES Waverly, R. 2 

*BAKER, J. R Franklin, R. 1 

BAKER, VERNON Murrayville 

*BARROWS, W. E Jacksonville, R. 5 

BLAND, W. E Waverly, R. 1 

BROCKHOUSE, ARTHUR Chapin, R. 3 

BURNETT, MARSHALL. . .Franklin, R. 3 

BURNETT, RALPH Franklin, R. 3 

BURRUS, WILBER Arenzville, R. 1 

BUTLER, L. O Ashland 

CLEARY, JEFFREY Jacksonville, R. 7 

COLLINS, EDWARD S Prentice 

*CORINGTON, JOHN B Prentice, R. 1 

COWDIN, WILLARD T Chapin, R. 3 

CRAVENS, P. C Waverly, R. 2 

CRUM, ALBERT Literberry, R. 1 

*CURRY, ALBERT E Pisgah, R. 26 

*CURRY, A. A Pisgah 

*DAVENPORT, J. E Franklin, R. 3 

DAVIS, C. C Jacksonville, R. 6 

*DAVIS, C. E & SON.. Jacksonville, R. 6 
*DAVIS, SAMUEL E. . .Jacksonville, R. 6 

*DETMER, HENRY Chapin, R. 1 

DOAN, J. P Jacksonville, R. 2 

DOOLIN, W. H Jacksonville, R. 5 

DUEWER, EDWARD... New Berlin, R. 30 

ELLINGTON, JAMES Franklin, R. 2 

FORD, G. B Waverly, R. 1 

FOSTER, BERT Franklin, R. 3 

FLYNN, T. J Jacksonville, R. 3 

GIBSON & HAWKER Franklin, R. 1 

GRAY, JOHN E Waverly, R. 1 

HAGEN, FRED H Jacksonville, R. 6 

HAMM, OLIVER A Jacksonville 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



*HEMBROUGH BROS. . .Jacksonville, R. 5 

HEMBROUGH, EARL R 

Jacksonville, R. 5 

*HENDERSON, PERRY Literberry, R. 1 

HOAGLAND, ARCHIE. .Jacksonville, R. 5 

*JOHNSON, GEORGE E. .. .Concord, R. 1 

JOHNSON, JAMES E. Jacksonville, R. 7 

KIRBY BROS, W. W. & G. L 

Franklin, R. 1 

KING, AUSTIN Murrayville, R. 4 

KINNETT, C Jacksonville, R. 6 

*LAUSON, W. J Jacksonville, R. 2 

McCuRLEY, WM E . . Murrayville, R. 1 

*McDEVirr, S. H Franklin, R. 1 

MILLION, J. E Jacksonville, R. 4 

MUSCH, JOHN Arenzville 

*MuscH, HENRY Concord, R. 1 

NEIGHBOURS, W. E. .Murrayville, R. 4 

*RANSON, EDWARD. . .Jacksonville, R. 2 

RANSON, FRED O. . .Jacksonville, R. 1 

READ, W. S Franklin, R. 2 

REES, WM. M Franklin, R. 1 

REES, WM. M., SR Franklin, R. 1 

REYNOLDS, EDWIN J.Jacksonville, R. 5 

RICE, C. L Jacksonville, R. 1 

RICHARD, H. H. .. v. Jacksonville, R. 1 

RIDDER, HENRY J Alexander, R. 1 

RUBLE, GEORGE Alexander, R. 1 

RUSSELL, A. G Murrayville, R. 4 

RUSSWINKEL, JOHN. . .Arenzville, R. 2 

SANDERS, C. E Concord 

SCHROEDER, HENRY D Bluffs, R. 1 

SCHUMACHER, ALVIN H.. Chapin, R. 1 

SCHUMACHER, MRS C....Chapin, R. 1 

SCOTT, SYLVANUS Franklin, R. 1 

SHEPPARD, C. R Woodson, R. 1 

SMITH, MRS. EMMA G 

Jacksonville. R. 1 

*STEVENSON, E. K Pisgah 

*STEWART, HENRY C.. Jacksonville, R. 6 

*STEWART, J. M Jacksonville, R. 1 

*SWEET, E. L Franklin, R. 3 

TURLEY, FELIX G Franklin, R. 3 

VASEY, RAYMOND G.Jacksonville, R. 1 

* WILEY NOEL Alexander, R. 1 

WILLIAM, WILBUR C Chapin, R. 3 

WILLIAMS, L. E Concord, R. 1 

WOODS, J. P Franklin, R. 3 

ZAHN, OLIVER Arenzville, R. 1 

HAMPSHIRE 

DOWNS, -F. D Jacksonville, R. 1 

*KUMLE BROS Alexander 

*LAUSON, W. J Jacksonville, R. 2 

LONG, W. B Jacksonville, R. 7 

MAWSON, R. D Murrayville, R. 3 

SINCLAIR, HERBERT L. .. .Sinclair, R. 1 

MULE FOOT 

MATTHEWS, JOHN F. .Meredosia, R. 1 

WILD, R. T Murrayville 



POLAND CHINA 

ALDERSON, HENRY Chapin, R. 3 

ALLAN, J. F Jacksonville, R. 2 

ALLAN, J. R Jacksonville, R. 2 

ARNOLD, AMOS D. . . .Jacksonville, R. 6 

ARENDELL, J. C Murrayville, R. 2 

BARKER, THOS Murrayville, R. 4 

*BARRY, J. S Jacksonville, R. 1 

*BEAUCHAMP, FRANK D 

Meredosia, R. 1 

BEDINGFIELD, W. E Chapin, R. 3 

BEELEY, GROVER T. .. .Meredosia, R. 1 

BLACK, CHARLES S. .Jacksonville, R. 4 

BLAND, A. T Franklin, R. 3 

BLAND, PEYTON Franklin, R. 3 

BOWE, T. N Chapin. R. 1 

*BRECKON, Jos. V ..Jacksonville 

*BROCKHOUSE, ELLIS E. . .Chapin, R. 1 

*BROCKHOUSE, HARRY Chapin, R. 1 

*BROWN, FRANK Murrayville, R. 2 

BRUNK, GEO. W Concord, R. 1 

BURRUS, EDGAR Arenzville, R. 1 

BUTCHER, JOSIAH Meredosia, R. 1 

CARTER, WM. W Jacksonville, R. 2 

*CLARK, ERNEST L Literberry, R. 1 

CLARK, HARRY J Jacksonville, R. 5 

CLEARY, M. E Jacksonville, R. 1 

COWDIN, LINCOLN T Chapin, R. 3 

*CRAIN, N. H Woodson, R. 1 

CULP, ROY H Woodson, R. 1 

DAILEY, SAMUEL Jacksonville, R. 5 

DANIELS, N. E Jacksonville, R. 4 

DAVIS, C. C Jacksonville, R. 6 

DAY, LEONARD A Jacksonville, R. 8 

DE FRATES, HENRY. .Jacksonville, R. 7 

EMRICK, JAMES Chapin, R. 3 

ENGELBRECHT, HERMAN. . .Chapin, R. 2 

FEORE, MARTIN Waverly, R. 1 

*FlTZSIMMONS, WlLBERT H 

Woodson, R. 1 

FUNK, MONTIE Chapin, R. 1 

GARVIN, THOS Murrayville, R. 1 

GRAY, H. T Alexander 

GUNN, MRS. NELLIE B 

Jacksonville, R. 1 

HAYES, GEO. M Murrayville, R. 2 

HEGENER, HENRY W. .Arenzville, R. 2 

HEMBROUGH, FRANK. Jacksonville, R. 5 

HINNERS, ARTHUR. .. .Meredosia, R. 1 

HOWARD, CRISS Jacksonville, R. 7 

IRLAM, CH. E Murrayville, R. 1 

*JOHNSON, GEO. E Concord, R. 1 

JOHNSON, J. T Woodson, R. 1 

JOY, EDW. F Chapin, R. 3 

KELTNER, JOHN R Sinclair, R. 1 

*LAMB, ALFRED Murrayville, R. 2 

LEACH, J. W Jacksonville, R. 2 

*LECK, WATSON Jacksonville, R. 1 

LONERGAN, FRANK. . .Murrayville, R. 4 

LONERGAN, JAS Murrayville, R. 4 

LONERGAN, JOHN. .. .Murrayville, R. 4 



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The cow first, last and all | 

I the time, is the most valu- f 

| able animal on the farm. I 

| She furnishes the best mar- \ 

| ket for crops raised, in- I 

| creases the fertility of the f 

| farm, and produces cream, j 

| the highest priced "crop" 

\ you raise to sell to the 

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what they want, when 
they want it, and at the right 
price. We have always 
maintained the system of a 
legitimate profit and avoided 
sacrificing one article for the 
purpose of getting unfair 
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LONERGAN, M Murrayville, R. 3 

LONERGAN, THOS.... Murrayville, R 4 

LONG, W. B Jacksonville, R. 7 

LOVEKAMP, ALBERT Meredosia, R 1 

*MATTHEWS, M. O Concord, R. 1 

McKEAN, GEORGE H...Woodson, R. 1 
McKiNNEY, RATIO S Chapin, R. 3 

*McKiNNEY, ROY B.. Winchester, R. 5 

MCNEELY, JAMES H Franklin, R. 2 

McPHERSON, DORSEY Murrayville, R. 3 

MIDDLETON, CHARLES G 

Jacksonville, R. 1 

*MYERS, JAMES M Murrayville, R. 2 

*NALL, CHARLES H Prentice, R. 1 

NORMAN, WILLIAM Literberry 

OGLE, CHARLES A. . Jacksonville, R. 4 

PATTERSON, A. B Jacksonville, R. 4 

PAXTON, C. P Alexander, R. 1 

*RANSON, E. A Jacksonville, R. 2 

*RANSON, H. L Jacksonville, R. 2 

REISER, MARTIN T Prentice, R. 1 

*REXROAT, W. EARL. . .Literberry, R. 1 
REYNOLDS, WM. E.. Jacksonville, R. 5 

ROBERTS, MARTIN L Franklin, R. 2 

ROBINSON, F. J Murrayville, R. 2 

ROOK, J. C Jacksonville, R. 5 

SCHOFIELD, WM Murrayville, R. 1 

*Scorr, R. V Jacksonville, R. 1 

*SEAVER, T. J Waverly, R. 1 

SHEEHAN, JOHN Woodson, R. 1 

SHIBE, J. V Jacksonville, R. 8 

SIMPSON, HORACE Prentice, R. 1 

STAPLE-TON, T. M Waverly, R. 1 

*STORY, CHARLES F Franklin, R. 2 

STRAWN, JOEL Orleans 

*SWEET, E. I Franklin, R. 3 

TAPPENBECK, THEO Concord, R. 1 

VAN WINKLE, ARTHUR. . Franklin, R. 3 

VAN WINKLE, M. A Franklin, R. 3 

VASEY, JOHN .. Jacksonville, R. 1 

*VIRGIN, JOHN W Woodson, R. 1 

VOORHEES, H. G Woodson, R. 1 

WAY, BERT Concord, R. 1 

WILLIAMS, CLYDE H Chapin, R. 2 

* WILSON, J. W Jacksonville, R. 2 

WOLFE, WILLIAM G Jacksonville, R. 7 
WOOD, O. G Jacksonville, R. 5 

*ZAHN, W. R Concord, R. 1 

ZELLER, Jos. A Alexander 

TAMWORTH 

HAMBROUGH, WM. . .Murrayville, R. 4 



HORSES 



ARABIAN 

WARD, JAS . . .' Waverly, R. 2 

BELGIAN 

LONERGAN, THOS Murrayville, R. 4 



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COACH 

SCOTT, ALLEN E Jacksonville, R. 1 

FRENCH DRAFT 

* WOODS, J. P Franklin, R. 3 

PERCHERON 

ARNOLD, AMOS D.. . .Jacksonville, R. 6 

* ARNOLD, J. W Arnold 

BLACK, CHARLES S. .Jacksonville, R. 4 

CRAIG, WM. T Jacksonville, R. 5 

*DAVIS C. CLIFTON. . .Jacksonville, R. 6 

*DAVIS, C. E. & SON. Jacksonville, R. 6 

DAY, FRED E Jacksonville, R. 8 

DEITRICK, GEORGE Concord, R. 1 

DE ORNELLES, JACOB. Jacksonville, R. 3 

*DRURY, F. E Jacksonville, R. 6 

HART, E. E Sinclair, R. 1 

KIRBY BROS. W. W. & G. L. . . .. . 

Franklin, R. 1 

LONG, Ross R Chapin, R. 3 

MASSEY, H. H Jacksonville, R. 2 

McKiNNEY, RATIO S Chapin, R. 3 

*NUNES, ISAAC J Meredosia, R. 1 

RHEA, JOHN.... Waverly, R. 2 

*RICHARDSON, W. G. .Jacksonville, R. 1 

ROBERTS, MARTIN L Franklin, R. 2 

SCHUMACHER, ALVIN H.. Chapin, R. 1 

STEWART, L. J Sinclair, R. 1 

STRAWN, JOEL Orleans 

WELCHMAN, HENRY. .. .Waverly, R. 2 

*Woon, J. B Franklin, R. 3 

SADDLE 

SCOTT, ALLEN E Jacksonville, R. 1 

SHIRE 

*BLACK, J. R Jacksonville, R. 8 

WATTS, NANCY Waverly, R. 2 

STANDARD BRED 

ALDERSON, GEORGE Waverly, R. 3 

ARNOLD, AMOS D. . .Jacksonville, R. 6 

BLAND, W. E Waverly, R. 1 

BUCHANAN, T. B Franklin, R. 3 

BURNETT, WILLIAM Franklin, R. 3 

CRAIG, WM. T ...... Jacksonville, R. 5 

CRUM, ALBERT Literberry, R. 1 

CRUM, W. H Literberry, R. 1 

FREDERICK, JOHN Ashland, R. 1 

HAMILTON, A. L Franklin 

REES, MARSHALL Franklin, R. 1 

SLACK, W. H Franklin, R. 1 

*STEVENSON, H. CLARK 

Jacksonville, R. 6 

*STEWART, HENRY C. .Jacksonville, R. 6 

STICK, JOHN M Ashland, R. 1 

STRAWN, MRS. MARY E 

Jacksonville, R. 2 

WAY, BERT Concord, R. 1 



JACKS 

*BEEKMAN, GEORGE S.Jacksonville, R. 5 

BURNETT, EVERETT Waverly, R. 1 

FARMER, MRS. IDA Prentice, R. 1 

SCHUMACHER, ALVIN H.. Chapin, R. 1 

WATTS, NANCY ..Waverly, R. 2 

WELCHMAN, HENRY Waverly, R. 2 

WOODS, CH AS Waverly, R. 1 

*WOODS, J. P Franklin, R. 3 



JENNETTS 

BURNETT, EVERETT Waverly, R. 1 

WOODS, CHAS Waverly, R. 1 



PONIES 



SHETLAND 

SMITH, JOHN H Murrayville, R. 3 



SHEEP 



BLACK FACE 

GARNER, J. O Murrayville, R. 2 

COTSWOLD 

*CAMPBELL, J. H Jacksonville, R. 2 

RIDDEU, JOSEPH Alexander, R. 1 

OXFORD DOWN 

*JORDAN, E. G Murrayville, R. 1 

SHEEHAN, JOHN Woodson, R. 1 

SHROPSHIRE 

EVERETT, E. C Waverly, R. 2 

LONERGAN, J. J Murrayville, R. 4 

REYNOLDS, EDWIN J.. Jacksonville, R. 5 

REYNOLDS, WM E. . .Jacksonville, R. 5 

ZAHN, OLIVER Arenzville, R. 1 



DOGS 



FRENCH POODLE 

SHEEHAN, JOHN Woodson, R. 1 

SCOTCH COLLIE 

FERNANDES, P. C. . .Jacksonville, R. 4 



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CHICKENS 



ANCONA 

*RICHARDSON, W. G. .Jacksonville, R. 1 

LIGHT BRAHMA 

*COVINGTON, J. B Prentice, R. 1 

NORFLEET, HENRY Prentice, R. 1 

*RICHARDSON, W. G. .Jacksonville, R. 1 

SMOCK, ISAAC Murrayville, R. 4 

BUFF COCHIN 

BACON, A. J Jacksonville, R. 3 

MOY, DANIEL Jacksonville, R. 3 

WHITE COCHIN BANTAMS 

DAY, L. A Jacksonville, R. 8 

BLACK LANGSHAN 

BATEMAN, J. T Waverly, R. 1 

CLARK, H. J Jacksonville, R. 5 

DAY, L. A ..Jacksonville, R. 8 

HINNERS, PHILIP Meredosia, R. 1 

HUDSON, JOHN E Chapin, R. 3 

*PETEFISH, HARRY W . . Literberry, R. 1 

PRATT, JOHN E Arenzville, R. 2 

REISER, MARTIN T Prentice, R. 1 

RILLING, GEO. C Alexander, R. 1 

*RYAN, MICHAEL Alexander, R. 1 



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Pompelan Massage Cream 






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SHUMAKER, WALTER A... Chapin, R. 3 

SMITH, MELVIN O Concord, R. 1 

VIOLETT, ARTHUR Waverly, R. 1 

WESTER, JOSEPH Concord, R. 1 

WILLIAM, CHAS. C 

Pleasant Plain, R. 40 

BROWN LEGHORN 

BYRONS, W. S Jacksonville, R. 3 

DAUBAND, H Sinclair, R. 1 

DORSEY, C. L Alexander, R. 1 

FLETCHER, C. L .Waverly, R. 2 

Moss, J. A., JR Jacksonville, R. 8 

NEUMAN, GEO Jacksonville, R. 5 

PAUL, WM. C Woodson, R. 1 

ROBINSON, F. J Murrayville, R. 2 

BUFF LEGHORN 

KENNEDY, J. O Arenzville, R. 2 

WHITE LEGHORN 

*ALDRIDGE, W. H Bluffs, R. 1 

BROWN, J. F Concord, R. 1 

CHALLANS, ED Waverly, R. 3 

CLARK, H. J Jacksonville, R. 5 

GARFIELD, H. F Murrayville, R. 3 

HYDE, CORNELIUS W. .Meredosia, R. 1 

LEACH, W. L Jacksonville, R. 1 

PAUL, WM C Woodson, R. 1 

*RANSON, FRED O Jacksonville, R. 1 

*RicE, C L Jacksonville, R. 1 

ROBERTSON, WALTER W Prentice 

*SMITH, MRS. EM MA. Jacksonville, R. 1 

STUBBLEFIELD, T. M.Jacksonville, R. 6 

WARD, DANIEL Sinclair, R. 1 

*WHITE, W- M Murrayville 

WITKER, JOHN H., JR. Meredosia, R. 1 

BUFF ORPINGTON 

ADKINS, JOHN Prentice 

ATOR, ASHFORD Concord, R. 1 

BLAND, GEO Franklin, R. 3 

BLAND, PEYTON Franklin, R. 3 

BLAND, W. E Waverly, R. 1 

COLLINS, E. S Prentice 

COULSON, I. R, Chapin, R. 2 

COWDIN, W. L Chapin, R. 3 

DAY, L. A Jacksonville, R. 8 

DINWIDDIE, O. G Jacksonville, R. 4 

EVANS, E. G Waverly, R. 1 

EYRE, F. & R Jacksonville, R. 1 

FERN ANDES, F. C. .. .Jacksonville, R. 4 

*GIBBS, LELAND E Jacksonville, R. 1 

H AYNES, G. B Franklin, R. 2 

HAYNES, IRA Franklin, R. 2 

*HENDERSON, PERRY Literberry, R. 1 

HOLLY, GEORGE Arnold 

ISAACS, HENRY H Prentice 

JOY, EDWARD F Chapin, R. 3 

JOY, JAMES S Chapin, R. 3 

KING, AUSTIN Murrayville, R. 4 



136 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



KNIFLEY, VIRGIL Waverly, R. 1 

LOCKHART, JOHN Literberry, R. 1 

*LUCKEMAN, LLOYD. .Jacksonville, R. 3 

*MARSHALL, R. B Markham 

MOSLEY, JOHN C Sinclair, R. 1 

ROBINSON, HARRISON Prentice 

SCHOFIELD, WM Murrayville, R. 1 

STEVENSON, HOWARD. Jacksonville, R. 1 

STRAW N, HAROLD M Orleans 

STRAWN, JOE Orleans 

THOMAS, WM. M Arenzville, R. 1 

THOMPSON, WM. C. .Jacksonville, R. 3 

WATSON, L Woodson, R. 1 

WATT, M. L Jacksonville, R. 7 

* WHITE, W. M Murrayville 

*Wooo, J. B Franklin, R. 3 

WHITE ORPINGTON 

DAY, L. A Jacksonville, R. 8 

OMMEN, HENRY C Franklin, R. 1 

SAMPLE, E. T Jacksonville, R. 6 

TAPPENBECK, THEO Concord, R. 1 

BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK 

* ADAMS, FRED Alexander, R. 1 

ADKINS, JOHN Prentice 

ALDERSON, HENRY Chapin, R. 3 

ALLEN, J. R Jacksonville, R. 4 

ANDERSON, G. W Chapin, R. 1 

ARNOLD, A. D Jacksonville, R. 6 

BAUMGARTNER, J Prentice, R. 3 

*BEEKMAN, G. S Jacksonville, R. 5 

BENDER, G. W Alexander, R. 1 

BILGER, Jesse Roodhouse, R. 2 

*BIRDSELL, C. W Jacksonville, R. 4 

BLAND, W. E Waverly, R. 1 

BOLTON, GEO Franklin, R. 1 

BOTTOM, W. J Jacksonville, R. 3 

*BROWN, F Murrayville, R. 2 

BROWN, J. A Alexander, R. 1 

BROWNLOW, H Chapin, R. 1 

BRUNK, G. W Concord, R. 1 

BURRUS, WM Arenzville, R. 1 

BUTCHER, J Meredosia, R. 1 

CALHOON, GEO Franklin, R. 2 

CARPENTER, A. N. . .Jacksonville, R. 8 

CLEARY, M. E Jacksonville, R. 1 

*CLEARY, S. P Jacksonville, R. 1 

COLLINS, E. S Prentice 

*CORINGTON, J. B Prentice, R. 1 

*COULSON, G. H Chapin, R. 2 

*CRISWELL, C. E Franklin, R. 2 

*CRUM, R. R Waverly, R. 2 

CULP, R. H Woodson, R. 1 

DAY, FRED E Jacksonville, R. 8 

DEFRATES, H Jacksonville, R. 7 

*DICKINSON, O. R Winchester, R. 5 

EDGE, J. W Waverly, R. 1 

ENGELBRECHT, H Chapin, R. 2 

GADDIS, JAMES T Concord, R. 1 

GARNER, J. O Murrayville, R. 2 

GOFFINETT, JOHN Arenzville, R. 1 



*GRAVES, T. O Jacksonville, R. 1 

GRAY, H. T Alexander 

GRAY, JOHN E Waverly, R. 1 

GRISBY, HARDIN F. . . Murrayville, R. 3 

HAGAN, JOSEPH Murrayville, R. 1 

HAGAN, FRED H Jacksonville, R. 6 

*HAMILTON, ROBERT S 

Jacksonville, R. 6 

HART, FRANK Murrayville, R. 3 

HEGENER, HENRY W.. .Arenzville, R. 2 

"HENDERSON, WM. E Ashland, R. 1 

HINNERS, Louis E Meredosia, R. 1 

*HODGSON, HOWARD E... Ashland, R. 1 

JEWSBERRY, FREDERICK H 

Jacksonville, R. 1 

JOHNSON, EVAN Waverly, R. 1 

*)OY, HAROLD T Chapin, R. 3 

*KOYNE, GEO Murrayville, R. 1 

KUMLE, ALICE G Alexander 

LEAR, EDWARD Chapin, R. 2 

*LOYD, CLINTON E Jacksonville, R. 1 

LYONS, ROBERT Waverly, R. 2 

MASTERS, F. M Winchester, R. 3 

*MASTERS, W. E Murrayville, R. 1 

McCuRLEY, WM. E.. Murrayville, R. 1 

McGEE, H. H Jacksonville, R. 2 

McGiNN, CHAS. M Waverly, R. 2 

McKiNNEY, R. B Winchester, R. S 

MORLEY, PAT Alexander, R. 1 

*MUSCH, HENRY Concord, R. 1 

NICKEL, J. H Arenzville, R. 2 

NUNES, ISAAC J Meredosia, R. 1 

OGLE, CHARLES A. . .Jacksonville, R. 4 

PATTERSON, A. B. .. Jacksonville, R. 4 

*PERRY, ELZA Concord, R. 1 

RAHE, H Chapin, R. 2 

READ, W. S Franklin, R. 2 

REED, WALTER Waverly, R. 3 

REISER, Louis J Prentice, R. 1 

RICKARD, C. A Waverly, R. 3 

RIDDER, HENRY J Alexander, R. 1 

RIDDER, STEPHEN J Alexander, R. 1 

ROBERTS, MARTIN L Franklin, R. 2 

*ROBINS, IRVIN Alexander, R. 1 

RUBLE, GEORGE Alexander, R. 1 

RUSSELL, A. G Murrayville, R. 4 

*RYAN, MICHAEL Alexander, R. 1 

SARGENT, WM T Jacksonville, R. 1 

SCHANN, HENRY C Chapin, R. 3 

SCHNITKER, GEORGE. .. Arenzville, R. 2 

SCOTT, HARVEY D. . .Jacksonville, R. 1 

*SCOTT, R. V Jacksonville, R. 1 

SCOTT, SYLVANUS Franklin, R. 1 

SEYMOUR, GEORGE W. . .Franklin, R. 2 

SEYMOUR, Gus Murrayville, R. 4 

SEYMOUR. JULIUS Franklin, R. 2 

SEYMOUR, MOSES Franklin, R. 2 

SEYMOUR, WALLACE E.. Franklin, R. 2 

SHANLE, FELIX Waverly, R. 1 

SHEEHAN, JOHN Woodson, R. 1 

SMITH, JOHN R Woodson, R. 1 

"STEVENSON, E. R Jacksonville, R. 1 



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STEWART, C. E Waverly, 

STEWART. J. M Jacksonville, 

*STORY, CHARLES F Franklin, 

STUBBLEFIELD, T. M.Jacksonville, 

SULLIVAN, PATRICK D 

Murrayville, 

THOLEN, FRED G Jacksonville, 

THOMPSON, MAURICE.. . .Prentice, 

*TRAVIS, THOMAS C Prentice, 

TUKE, DAVID O Jacksonville, 

TWYFORD, OBIE Ashland, 

UNLAND, R Meredosia, 

VAN WINKLE, M. A. . . .Franklin, 

WARD, THOS Ashland, 

WELCH MAN, HENRY .... Waverly, 
WESTER, JOSEPH Concord, 

*WIGGS, A. M Franklin, 

* WILLIAM, CLYDE H Chapin, 

WINGLER, FRANK. . . .Jacksonville, 

*ZAHN, W. R Concord, 



R. 3 

R. 1 

R. 2 

R. 6 

R. 1 

R. 6 

R. 1 

R. 1 

R. 7 

R. 1 

R. 4 

R. 3 

R. 1 

R. 2 

R. 1 

R. 2 

R. 2 

R. 3 

R. 1 

BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCK 

*BRIDGEMAN, W. A. . .Jacksonville, R. 8 

EMRICK, JAMES Chapin, R. 3 

TURLEY, FELIX G Felix, R. 3 

WOLFE, WM. G Jacksonville, R. 7 

WOOD, JAS. JR Waverly 

PARTRIDGE PLYMOUTH 
ROCK 

DAY, L. A Jacksonville, R. 8 

WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCK 

BROCKHOUSE, A Chapin, R. 3 

CRUM, W. H Literberry, R. 1 

DAY, L. A Jacksonville, R. 8 

FEORE, M Waverly, R. 1 

*GOFFINETT, WILLIAM.. . .Concord, R. 1 

GUMTER, DELMER Literberry, R. 1 

*HENDERSON, PERRY Literberry, R. 1 

HOOD, MRS. MARTHA. ..Waverly, R. 2 

*JORDAN, E. G Murrayville, R. 1 

KENNEDY, J. O Arenzville, R. 2 

*MENGE, WM Jacksonville, R. 7 

*OMMEN, JOHN H Arenzville, R. 1 

SCHOFIELD, EDWARD Waverly 

*SPIRES, EDGAR Franklin, R. 2 

SPIRES, FRANCIS M Franklin, R. 2 

THOMPSON, ELLIS H.Jacksonville, R. 4 

UNLAND, R Meredosia, R. 4 

WANKEL, GEO Ashland, R. 1 

RHODE ISLAND RED 

ALDERSON, GEORGE Waverly, R. 3 

BEGNEL, J. H Murrayville, R. 1 

BOURN, W Jacksonville, R. 8 

*BROCKHOUSE, H Chapin, R. 1 

BURNETT, M Franklin, R. 3 

BUTLER, L. O Ashland 

CHALLANS, ED Waverly, R. 3 

CHALLINER, H Chapin, R. 3 



CLAMPIT, C. W Jacksonville, R. 7 

*CLARK, E. L Literberry, R. 1 

*CORINGTON, J. B Prentice, R. 1 

Cox, J. G Jacksonville, R. 8 

CRAWFORD, J. W Franklin, R. 2 

DALBY, H. R Waverly 

*DAVIS, S. E Jacksonville, R. 6 

DELMER, GUMTER Literberry, R. 1 

DENNIS, F. S Waverly 

DINWIDDIE, H. W. . .Jacksonville, R. 4 

*DOYLE, ED. T Murrayville, R. 1 

*DRURY, F. E Jacksonville, R. 6 

EDGE, J. W Waverly, R. 1 

*EDWARDS, W. N Murrayville, R. 2 

*GABHART, JOHN H Franklin, R. 3 

GARFIELD, H. F Murrayville, R. 3 

GRAY, FRED Murrayville, R. 4 

HATRGROVE, EDWARD M . . . Sinclair, R. 1 

HOAGLAND, ARCHIE. .Jacksonville, R. 5 

*HOBBS, GEORGE A Murrayville, R. 1 

HYMES, FRANK E Prentice, R. 1 

IRVIN, WM Ashland, R. 1 

KELTNER, JOHN R Sinclair, R. 1 

*LAMB, ALFRED Murrayville, R. 2 

*LECK, WATSON Jacksonville, R. 1 

LONERGAN, FRANK. . .Murrayville, R. 4 

*McCABE, PETER Murrayville, R. 1 

MEYER, JOHN H Arenzville, R. 1 

MILLION, J. W Murrayville, R. 3 

Moss, LLOYD Chapin, R. 3 

MURPHY, TIM Murrayville, R. 1 

NERGENAH, CHAS. H Chapin, R. 2 

NEWTON, JAY J Concord, R. 1 

* PLANK, ETHELYN Concord, R. 1 

RAGIN, REUBEN Jacksonville, R. 2 

*RANSON, EDWARD H.Jacksonville, R. 2 

*REXROAT, W. EARL Literberry, R. 1 

REYNOLDS, CHAS. E Woodson, R. 1 

RICHARDS, J. C Murrayville 

SAGE, WILLIAM B Prentice 

*SCHEFERKORT, MRS. R. Alexander, R. 1 

SHEKELTON, JAMES Waverly, R. 1 

*SHEPPARD, S. S Murrayville, R. 4 

SIMPSON, HORACE Prentice, R. 1 

SMITH, JOHN H Murrayville, R. 3 

SPIRES, FRANCIS M Franklin, R. 2 

SPIRES, MARION Franklin, R. 2 

*STEWART, J. M Jacksonville, R. 1 

STORY, STANLEY Murrayville, R. 3 

TOBIN, J. F Jacksonville, R. 1 

VOTSMIER, TONY W. .. .Prentice, R. 1 

WAGSTAFF, CHAS.. . .Murrayville, R. 2 

WALLACE, JAMES W Chapin, R. 1 

WAY, BERT Concord, R. 1 

*WEDER, A. W Murrayville. R. 1 

WESTER, JOSEPH Concord, R. 1 

WOOD, JAS., JR Waverly 

ZELLER, JOSEPH, A Alexander 

COLUMBIAN WYANDOTTE 

DAUBARD, H Sinclair, R. 1 



138 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTE 

ANDERSON, JOHN Chapin, R. 2 

WHITE WYANDOTTE 

COWDIN, L. T Chapin, R. 3 

MAWSON, R. D Murrayville, R. 3 

*MYERS, JAS. M Murrayville, R. 2 

NICKEL, FRANK C Concord, R. 1 

*PETEFISH, CLAUDE C. .Literberry, R. 1 

*PETEFISH, W. H Literberry, R. 1 

ROBERTS, MARTIN L Franklin, R. 2 

ROBERTSON, WALTER W Prentice 

ROBINSON, HARRISON Prentice 



DUCKS 



INDIAN RUNNER 

MAWSON, R. D -Murrayville, R. 3 

*MENGE, WM Jacksonville, R. 7 

ROULAND, CHAS., JR Waverly, R. 3 

MALLARD 

ROULAND, WALTHER A.. Waverly, R. 3 

STRAWN, HAROLD M Orleans 

MUSCOVY 

RIDDER, JOSEPH Alexander, R. 1 



PEKIN 

ARNOLD, A. D Jacksonville, R. 6 

COVEY, G. F Franklin, R. 2 

FUNK, M Chapin, R. 1 

GARVIN, THOS Murrayville, R. 1 

*HAMILTON, ROBERT S 

Jacksonville, R. 6 

RIDDER, JOSEPH Alexander, R. 1 

ROUEN 

GRAVES, T. O .Jacksonville, R. 1 



GEESE 



EMDEN 

KENNEDY, J. O Arenzville, R. 2 

MORLEY, PAT Alexander, R. 1 

TOULOUSE 

DAY, FRED E Jacksonville, R. 8 

DOBSON, EDW Murrayville, R. 1 

GARNER, J. O Murrayville, R. 2 

*HOBBS, GEORGE A. . . .Murrayville, R. 1 

*JORDAN, E. G Murrayville, R. 1 

*McCABE, PETER Murrayville, R. 1 



SEED CORN 



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RETAILS CHICKEN FEED, BRAN, MIDDLINGS 
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TURKEYS 



BRONZE 

BEEKMAN, G. S Jacksonville, R. 5 

GARNER, J. O Murrayville, R. 2 

GARVIN, THOS Murrayville, R. 1 

GRISBY, HARDIN F. . .Murrayville, R. 3 

KUMLE, ALICE G Alexander 

RATLIFF, CHARLES Ashland, R. 1 

STRAWN, HAROLD M Orleans 

BOURBON RED 

GRAVES, T. O Jacksonville, R. 1 

HOLLEY, GEORGE Arnold 

WHITE HOLLAND 

ALLEN, J. R Jacksonville, R. 4 

BROWN, JAMES Murrayville, R. 1 



*HA MILTON, ROBERT S.Jacksonville, R. 6 
STUBBLEFIELD, T. M.Jacksonville, R. 6 



CORN 



DAY, L. A. Reed's Yellow Dent ; 

Day's Big Yellow. Jacksonville, R. 8 

DEATHERAGE, FRED E Waverly 

JAMES, L. N. Seed Corn 

Jacksonville, R. 8 

ROWE, CHAS. A. Seed Corn 

Jacksonville, R. 7 



OATS 

DAY, L. A. Silver Mine 

Jacksonville, R. 8 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



Scott County Breeders' Directory 

This list includes all farmers in Scott County who own one or more purebred animals. 
Star (*) indicates farmers who raise breeding stock for sale. 



BEEF CATTLE 



ABERDEEN ANGUS 

ADAMS, E. C Winchester, R. 4 

KLEMSCHMIDT, WM Naples, R. 1 

SHERWIN, HENRY Winchester, R. 4 

HEREFORD 

ALLEN, ROBT. H Winchester, R. 5 

CAMPBELL, H. W Naples, R. 1 

FROST, C. W Winchester, R . 5 

McCoLLOUGH, W. G. . Winchester, R. 2 
SWEET, M. Z Winchester, R. 1 

SHORTHORN 

BEAN, J. B Winchester, R. 2 

BEAN, W. F Wichester, R. 2 

BLACKBURN, CURTIS... Winchester, R. 4 

BOESTER, FRED Winchester, R. 1 

BOYER, C. N. & SON Manchester 

CAMPBELL, W. R Winchester, R. 1 

DOBSON, R. L Manchester, R. 1 

FROST, W. S Winchester, R. 3 

GREENWALT, BIDA Manchester, R. 1 

HASENKAMP, WILLIAM ...Chapin, R. 2 

HERRING, HENRY C. . . Winchester, R. 3 

LASH MET, GEO Winchester, R. 5 

MARTIN, H. W Winchester, R. 1 

MCCOLLOUGH, W. E Riggston 

MOORE, WM. A Winchester, R. 1 

O'DONELL, C. P Winchester, R. 6 

O'DONNELL, JOHN ...Winchester, R. 6 

PEAK, GEO. J Winchester, R. 1 

SMITH, H. O Chapin, R. 2 

TAYLOR, I. A Winchester, R. 2 

THADY, CHAS. E Manchester, R. 1 

THADY, FRED M Winchester, R. 1 

YOUNG, CHAS. & SON. Winchester, R. 4 



DAIRY CATTLE 



HOLSTEIN 

*FITZSIMMONS, C Naples, R. 1 

*FITZSIMMONS, EDW Naples, R. 1 

HAMILTON, OTIS Winchester, R. 2 

MOORE, W. J Winchester. R. 6 

ROBERTS, J. L Alsey 

WRIGHT, CLAYTON Winchester, R. 2 

JERSEY 

SUMMERS, CHAS. H .. Winchester, R. 3 

TAYLOR, L. E Winchester, R. 5 

WHITLOCK, W. J Naples, R. 1 



HOGS 



BERKSHIRE 

YOUNG, JESSE M Winchester, R. 4 

CHESTER WHITE 

*BURRUS, G. W Bluffs, R. 2 

FROST, G. B ....Winchester, R. 3 

GORDON, J. B Winchester, R. 3 

MCCARTY, ROBT Winchester, R. 3 

MILLS, D. W Bluffs, R. 2 

DUROC JERSEY 

ALLEN, ROBT. H Winchester, R. 5 

*BALKE, F. H Winchester, R. 1 

*BEUTLER, FRED Naples, R. 1 

*BOTTERBUSCH, W. D Bluffs, R. 2 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN ..Winchester, R. 5 

CAMPBELL, W. R Winchester, R. 1 

CHRISMAN, B. F. Merritt 

COULTAS, R. J Winchester, R. 5 

DANIELS, W. E Hillview, R. 2 

*FLETCHER, M. E. Winchester, R. 4 

GILLHAM, J. L Winchester, R. 5 

GORDON, H. SCOTT Winchester, R. 3 

*HAMILTON, JAMES T.. Winchester, R. 3 

HAMILTON, OTIS Winchester, R. 2 

HAWK, D. C Winchester, R. 3 

HAYES, EDWARD Manchester, R. 1 

KILVER, H. H Naples, R. 1 

LANDRETH, EDW Winchester 

LASHMET, GEO Winchester, R. 5 

LEIB, JUSTIN Winchester, R. 2 

McEvERS, W. D Winchester, R. 4 

MILLIKIN, BEN T Winchester, R. 6 

*MOORE, T. C Winchester, R. 1 

OVERTON. W. E Winchester, R. 1 

REARDON, DENNIS J.. .Manchester, R. 1 

SHERWIN, HENRY Winchester, R. 4 

TAYLOR, G. P Chapin, R. 2 

*VANNIER, G. H Bluffs, R. 1 

WARD, LEE Winchester, R. 3 

WRIGHT, CLAYTON Winchester, R. 2 

HAMPSHIRE 

BOTTERBUSCH, R Bluffs, R. 2 

POLAND CHINA 

ALBERS, A. & R Naples, R. 1 

ANDERSON, C. N Winchester, R. 4 

ANDELL, ROBERT C Winchester, R. 5 

BAILEY, SAMUEL ... Winchester, R. 6 

BATLEY, GEO. R Naples, R. 1 

BEAN. W. F Winchester, R. 2 



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BEAVERS, J. NEWTON Bluffs, R. 2 

BERRY, GEORGE R Merritt 

*BLIMLING, JOHN W.. Winchester, R. 3 
BUCHANAN, LUCIEN Bluffs, R. 2 

*BUCHANAN, T. Bluffs, R. 2 

CARTER, C. C. & J. B. . . .Chapin, R. 2 

"CHAMBERS, J. O Naples, R. 1 

*CLAYWELL BROS Winchester, R. 1 

COULTAS, R. J Winchester, R. 5 

CRUM, ELMER Bluffs, R. 2 

EDMONSON, J. W Winchester, R. 2 

FANNING, I. L Winchester, R. 5 

*FITZSIMMONS, EDW Naples, R. 1 

FUNK, CLYDE Bluffs, R. 2 

*FUNK, LOLA M Bluffs, R. 2 

OILMAN, C Winchester, R. 2 

HAWK, ALBERT Winchester, R. 5 

HEPWORTH BROS Alsey 

HODKINSON, WM Winchester, R. 6 

HOGAN, W. M Chapin, R. 3 

HORNBEEK, LUTHER ..Winchester, R. 2 

JOHNSON, ALDEN Winchester, R. 6 

KLEINSCHMIDT, WM Naples, R. 1 

*KORTY, F. H Bluffs, R. 2 

LAWLESS, J. D Murrayville, R. 1 

MCLAUGHLIN, F. R. ..Winchester, R. 1 

*MERRIS, CH. E Bluffs, R. 2 

*MOORE, J. C Winchester 

MOORE, W. J Winchester, R. 6 

MORRIS, A. F Winchester, R. 5 

*MORRIS, LEE Bluffs, R. 2 

*NEFF, FRANK Winchester, R. 1 

NORTHCUT, JAS. A. . . .Winchester, R. 4 

*NORTHRUP, HERMAN Bluffs, R. 1 

NORTHRUP, JOSEPH Glasgow 

O'DONNELL, C. D. . . .Winchester, R. 6 

PARKS, JAS. H Naples, R. 1 

PRICE, W. H Naples, R. 1 

RATIGAN, ANNA Exeter 

REDSH AW, A. J Merritt 

RING, JERRY JR Murrayville, R. 1 

ROBINSON, C. A Manchester, R. 1 

ROCKWOOD, FRANK Chapin, R. 2 

SANDMAN, J. W Bluffs 

SMITH, D. H Chapin, R. 2 

SMITH, H. O Chapin, R. 2 

*SMITH, THOS. J Bluffs, R. 2 

TAYLOR, I. A Winchester, R. 2 

TAYLOR, WM. N Bluffs, R. 2 

TAYLOR, W. E Winchester, R. 2 

TERHUNE, Jos. W. ..Winchester, R. 4 

*THOLEN, WM. H Bluffs, R. 2 

THOMAS, CLAUDE Winchester, R. 2 

THOMPSON, R. S Winchester, R. 2 

WELSH, JOHN JR Winchester, R. 6 

WILSON, J. A Roodhouse, R. 6 

WOODALL, JESSIE Winchester, R. 6 

WORRELL, GEO Naples 

YORKSHIRE 

PEAK, H. S Bluffs, R. 2 



HORSES 



DRAFT 

ELLIOTT, WM Winchester, R. 3 

PERCHERON 

BOESTER, FRED Winchester, R. 1 

MIDDENDORF, R Winchester, R. 2 

O'DoNELL, C. P Winchester, R. 6 

O'DONNELL, JOHN ...Winchester, R. 6 

O'DONNELL, THOS Winchester, R. 6 

SMITH, H. O Chapin, R. 2 

STANDARD BRED 

DAWSON, OTIS Winchester, R. 2 

MCLAUGHLIN, F. R.. .Winchester, R. 1 

OVERTON, JAMES M Winchester 

PEAK, FRED M Winchester, R. 4 

*PEAK, GEO. J Winchester, R. 1 

SMITH, GEO. G Winchester, R. 1 

TANKESLEY, A. W ... Winchester, R. 3 



JACKS 

MAMMOTH 

DAWSON, OTIS Winchester, R. 2 



SHEEP 



OXFORD 

KINCAID, ANNIE Winchester, R. 3 

KLEINSCHMIDT, WM Naples, R. 1 

*PEAK, GEO. J. ... Winchester, R. 1 

SHROPSHIRE 

FUNK, Louis C Roodhouse, R. 3 

KOCH, H. H Chapin, R. 2 

ZAHN, OLIVER Arenzville, R. 1 



DOGS 



FOX AND COON HOUNDS 

*BERRY, SAM'L C Chapin, R. 2 



CHICKENS 



ANCONA 
DAY, C. W Roodhouse, R. 3 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



LIGHT BRAHMA 

PENTON, ELIZABETH & ZELLA 

Winchester, R. 5 

TAYLOR, G. P Chapin, R. 2 

FRIZZLE 

FREITAG, C. C Winchester, R. 6 

SILVER HAMBURG 

*WILLIAMS, LEROY Exeter 

BLACK LANGSHAN 

*BENZ, EDW. G Chapin, R. 2 

*BLIMLING, JOHN W. .. Winchester, R. 3 

HALE, HORACE .- Bluffs, R. 2 

JONES, CHAS. P Manchester, R. 1 

MCDONALD, C Winchester, R. 6 

MIRUS, O. A Alsey 

NORTHROP, THOS Manchester, R. 1 

BROWN LEGHORN 

BONDS, ELMER Chapin, R. 2 

CAMPBELL, NORMAN . . Winchester, R. 5 

CHRISMAN, B. F Merritt 

MIDDENDORF, FRED J Chapin, R. 2 

MILLS, D. W Bluffs, R. 2 

*MoORE, J. C Winchester 

PARK, JAS. H Naples, R. 1 

SCOTT, C. C Winchester, R. 2 

WHITE LEGHORN 

*CLAYWELL BROS Winchester, R. 1 

COULTAS, LUTHER Winchester, R. 3 

DUNN, A. E Winchester, R. 3 

ELLIOTT, HARRY H Winchester, R. 5 

*FITZSIMMONS, EDW Naples, R. 1 

HAWK, GEORGE Winchester, R. 5 

HAYES, EDWARD Manchester, R. 1 

HAZELRIGGS, HURB ..Winchester, R. 3 

O'DONNELL, THOS. ...Winchester, R. 6 

SHERWIN, THOS Winchester, R. 4 

VANNIER, ALBERT Neelyville 

YOUNG, JESSIE M Winchester, R. 4 

BLACK MINORCA 

* ADAMS, J. I Naples 

CLAYWELL BROS Winchester, R. 1 

BUFF MINORCA 

McEvERS, W. D Winchester, R. 4 

BLACK ORPINGTON 

*MOORE, T. C Winchester, R. : 

BUFF ORPINGTON 

BOTTERBUSCH, R Bluffs, R. 2 

CAREY, CURTIS Winchester, R. 3 

CHRISMAN, E. M. . .. Jacksonville, R. 1 

COPLEY, J. R Winchester, R. 6 

DAY, L. E Winchester, R. 6 



DAY, W. G Winchester, R. 6 

FUNK, CLARENCE E Riggston 

McEvERS, W. D. Winchester, R. 4 

O'DONNELL, JOHN ...Winchester, R. 6 

OVERTON, J. C Winchester, R. 1 

OVERTON, W. E Winchester, R. 1 

PENTOR, I. M Winchester, R. 3 

SMITH, GEO. A Manchester, R. 1 

WHITE ORPINGTON 

*MOORE, T. C Winchester, R. 1 

BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK 

*AKERS, J. C Manchester 

*ASH, THOMAS E Manchester, R. 1 

BAIRD, B Winchester, R. 1 

BARRY, JOSEPH Winchester, R. 5 

CLARK, WM. F Roodhouse, R. 3 

COKER, D Winchester, R. 4 

*COPLEY, WILLIAM Manchester, R. 1 

CUDDY, BUELL L Roodhouse, R. 3 

DAWSON, M. M Winchester, R. 2 

FROST, C. W Winchester, R. 3 

GILLHAM, J. L Winchester, R. 5 

GLASSOP, ARTHUR Winchester, R. 2 

GORDON, H. L Winchester, R. 3 

GORDON, J. B Winchester, R. 3 

GORDON, WM. E Jacksonville, R. 1 

GREGORY, W. M Winchester, R. 2 

HAMILTON, JAS. T. ..Winchester, R. 3 

HAMPTON, ELY G. .Jacksonville, R. 1 

HART, FRANK Murrayville, R. 1 

HARVEY, F. J Jacksonville, R. 1 

HAWK, D. C Winchester, R. 3 

HODKINSON, WM. .:. Winchester, R. 6 

*HYATT, CH Naples, R. 1 

KINCAID, J. E Winchester, R. 5 

KIRKPATRICK, WM. ..Winchester, R. 4 

MARTIN, H. W Winchester, R. 1 

McEvERS, MYRL Winchester, R. 4 

*MOORE, MARY A Naples, R. 1 

OWENS, ODA Chapin, R. 2 

PIPER, H. MARSHALL Chapin, R. 2 

QUINN, M. W Winchester, R. 5 

REID, O. E Winchester, R. 3 

ROARK, Jos Winchester, R. 2 

ROCKWOOD, FRANK Chapin, R. 2 

RUTHERFORD, Louis L Riggston 

*SEARS, MARY E Bluffs, R. 2 

SMITH, GEO. G Winchester, R. 1 

SMITHSON, L. L Winchester, R. 6 

SUMMERS, LUCIAN B.. Manchester, R. 1 

TAYLOR, W. E Winchester, R. 2 

WILSON, JESSE Winchester, R. 12 

WOODALL, J. R Winchester, R. 6 

YOUNG, C. & SON Winchester, R. 4 

BUFF PLYMOUTH ROCK 

ANDERSON, C. N Winchester, R. 4 

EVANS, ROBERT Winchester, R. 1 

FUNK, CLYDE Bluffs, R. 2 



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WHITE PLYMOUTH ROCK 

BARNETT, ALVA Winchester, R. 4 

BARNETT, W. A Winchester, R. 4 

BEAN, J. B Winchester, R. 2 

*BURRUS, G. W Bluffs, R. 2 

EDMONSON, J. W Winchester, R. 2 

FROST, W. S Winchester, R. 3 

HAMPTON, ELY G Jacksonville, R. 1 

KNAPP, WM. E Winchester, R. 2 

LEACH, ED. T Winchester, R. 5 

LOVELESS, LOREN ..... Roodhouse, R. 3 

M AYES, HY Naples 

PRIEST, O. E Winchester, R. 2 

RHODE ISLAND RED 

BAILEY, SAMUEL Winchester, R. 6 

BRACKETT, ROBERT A Exeter 

*BUCHANAN, T Bluffs, R. 2 

CAMPBELL, W. R. . . .Winchester, R. 1 

CASTLE, L. O Bluffs, R. 1 

COLLINS, J. N Winchester, R. 2 

COULTAS, R. J Winchester, R. 5 

COULTAS, R. W Winchester, R. 2 

EVANS, O. S Winchester, R. 1 

FROST, G. B Winchester, R. 3 

GORDON, H. SCOTT Winchester, R. 3 



HAZELRIGGS, HURB 
IRLAM, EARNEST . . . 
JEFFERSON, GEO. . . . 
JOHNSON, ALDEN . . 
JONES, WARREN 
KING, WILLIAM 



Winchester, R. 3 

.Winchester, R. 6 

.Winchester, R. 1 

.Winchester, R. 6 

.Winchester, R. 6 

.Winchester, R. 6 



LANIER, LELAND Naples, R. 1 

McEvERs, W. D Winchester, R. 4 

PERKINS, A, D Winchester, R. 6 

RENNER, THOS Winchester, R. 6 

SHIBE, HERBERT Winchester, R. 1 

SWETTART, MRS. W. R Chapin, R. 2 

VORTMAN, L Exeter 

YOUNG, JESSE M Winchester, R. 4 

WALLACE, N. M Winchester, R. 3 

WEST, WM. E Bluffs, R. 2 

WOODALL, JESSIE Winchester, R. 6 

WOODALL, WM. M. . . .Winchester, R. 5 

PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTE 

SHERWIN, HENRY ....Winchester, R. 4 

SILVER LACED WYAN- 
DOTTE 

ELLIOTT, EARL Winchester, R. 5 

WHITE WYANDOTTE 

*ADAMS, J. I Naples 

ASH MORE, GEORGE Roodhouse, R. 6 



FUNK, CLYDE Bluffs, R. 2 

*GANGES, Gus Winchester, R. 4 

LYONS, WM Winchester, R. 1 

NORTH, WARREN S. ..Winchester, R. 1 
PARKS, ALBERT Winchester, R. 3 



DUCKS 



INDIAN RUNNER 

*VANNIER, G. H Bluffs, R. 1 

PEKIN 

*MOORE, MARY A Naples, R. 1 

*SEARS, MARY E Bluffs, R. 2 

ROUEN 

ELLIOTT, EARL Winchester, R. 5 

ROARK, Jos Winchester, R. 2 



GEESE 



TOULOUSE 

BOTTERBUSCH, R Bluffs, R. 2 

CAMPBELL, W. R Winchester, R. 1 

ELLIOTT, EARL Winchester, R. 5 

HODKINSON, WM Winchester, R. 6 

JEFFERSON, GEO Winchester, R. 1 

PERKINS, F Winchester, R. 6 

VANNIER, DICK Chapin, R. 2 

WHITE EMDEN 

*REARDEN, DENNIS J. .Manchester, R. 1 



TURKEYS 



BRONZE 

CAMPBELL, W. R Winchester, R. 1 

CUMBY, J. S Winchester, R. 1 

FUNK, CLYDE Bluffs, R. 2 

BOURBON RED 

EVANS, ROBERT Winchester, R. 1 



CORN 



WILSON, J. A. ; pure seed corn. . . . 
Roodhouse, R. 6 



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GESTATION TABLE OF FARM ANIMALS 



Time of 
Service 


Mares, 
340 Days 


Cows, 
283 Days 


Ewes, 
150 Days 


Sows, 
112 Days 


Jan. 1 


Dec. 6 


Oct. 10 


May 30 


Apr. 22 


6 


" 11 


" IS 


June 4 


" 27 


" 11 


" 16 


" 20 


9 


May 2 


" 16 


" 21 


" 25 


.4 14 


7 


" 21 


" 26 


" 30 


19 


12 


" 26 


" 31 


Nov. 4 


" 24 


" 17 


" 31 


Jan. S 


9 


" 29 


" 22 


Feb. 5 


" 10 


" 14 


July 4 


" 27 


" 10 


" 15 


.. 19 


" 9 


June 1 


" IS 


" 20 


" 24 


" 14 


6 


" 20 


" 25 


" 29 


44 J 9 


" 11 


" 25 


" 30 


Dec. 4 


" 24 


" 16 


Mar. 2 


Feb. 4 


9 


" 29 


44 21 


7 


9 


" 14 


Aug. 3 


" 26 


" 12 


" 14 


" 19 


8 


July 1 


,. 17 


4. 19 


" 24 


" 13 


" 6 


' 22 


" 24 


44 29 


" 18 


" 11 


" 27 


Mar. 1 


Jan. 3 


" 23 


" 16 


Apr. 1 


6 


8 


" 28 


" 21 


' 6 
" 11 


" 11 
" 16 


" 13 
" 18 


Sept. 2 


26 
' 31 


" 16 


" 21 


" 23 


" 12 


Aug. 5 


" 21 


26 


" 28 


44 J 7 


" 10 


" 26 


" 31 


Feb. 2 


" 22 


" 15 


May 1 

" 6 


Apr. 5 
K 10 


7 
" 12 


" 27 
Oct. 2 


" 20 

25 


" 11 


" 15 


4, jy 


7 


" 30 


" 16 
" 21 


" 20 
" 25 


" 22 
" 27 


" 12 

" 17 


*<?* \ 


" 26 


" 30 


Mar. 4 


" 22 


" 14 


" 31 


May 5 


9 


" 27 


" 19 


June 5 


" 10 


" 14 


Nov. 1 


.. 24 


10 


" 15 


.. 19 


" 6 


" 29 


" 15 


" 20 


" 24 


" 1-1 


Oct. 4 


" 20 


" 25 


" 29 


" 16 


.. 9 


" 25 


" 30 


Apr. 3 


" 21 


" 14 


" 30 


June 4 


8 


" 26 


44 J 9 




" 9 


" 13 


Dec. 1 


" 24 


" 10 


" 14 


" 18 


6 


" 29 


' 15 


44 'J 


" 23 


" 11 


Nov. J 


" 20 


24 


" 28 


" 16 


8 


" 25 


29 


May 3 


" 21 


" 13 


" 30 


July 4 


8 


" 26 


" 18 


Aug. 4 

44 9 


" 9 
" 14 


" 13 

" 18 


" 31 
Jan. 5 


23 
" 28 


" 14 


.. 19 


" 23 


" 10 


Dec. 3 


44 J9 


" 24 


" 28 


" IS 


8 


" 24 


" 29 


June 2 


" 20 


" 13 


Set. 3 


Aug. 3 


7 


" 25 


" 18 


" 29 


" - 8 


" 12 


" 30 


" 23 


" 8 


" 13 


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Feb. 4 


" 28 


" 13 


" 18 


" 22 


9 


Jan. 2 


" 18 


" 23 


" 27 


" 14 


" 7 


" 23 


" 28 


July 2 


44 J 9 


" 12 


" 28 


Set. 2 


7 


" 24 


" 17 


Oct. 3 


7 


" 12 


Mar. 1 


" 22 


8 


" 12 


44 J 7 


6 


" 27 


13 


., 17 


" 22 


" 11 


Feb. 1 


" 18 


" 22 


" 27 


" 16 


6 


" 23 


27 


Aug. 1 


21 


" 11 


" 28 


Oct. 2 


6 


26 


" 16 


Nov. 2 


7 


" 11 


" 31 


" 21 


7 
" 12 


" 12 
., , 7 


" 16 
" 21 


Apr. 5 
" 10 


" 26 
Mar. 3 


" 17 


" 22 


" 26 


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8 


" 22 


27 


" 31 


" 20 


" 13 


" 27 
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Nov. 1 
6 


Sept. 5 
f 10 


" 25 
" 30 


" 18 
23 


7 


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" 15 


May 5 




" 12 


" 16 


" 20 


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" 30 


" 20 


12 


27 


Dec 1 


Oct. S 


25 


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31 


5 


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29 


- 21 



Bitches. 
63 Days 
Mar. 4 

9 

" 14 

44 !<, 

" 24 

" 29 



" 13 
" 18 
" 23 
" 28 

May 3 
" 8 
" 13 
" 18 
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June 2 



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27 



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6 

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30 



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PROTECT YOUR HONEST DOLLAR 



To Prairie Farmer Readers 

Don't buy cheap, unadvertised goods, but protect yourself when buy- 
ing by insisting on getting from your dealer only 





All Goods Advertised in Prairie Farmer are TRIPLE-G Goods. 
All Goods Advertised in This Directory are TRIPLE-G Goods. 

When the local dealer says in his advertisement: 

"We Sell and Recommend the Following 

TRIPLE-Guarantee Goods" 

as in any advertisement in Prairie Farmer or in this 
Directory, it gives you this TRIPLE-Guarantee 

1st That the manufacturer of the goods stands back of them. 

2nd That the Prairie Farmer stands back of them. 

3rd That the merchant handling the goods stands back of them. 

TRIPLE-Guarantee Goods" 



1917 



Are the best value for the money. 

Safest to buy. 
And Satisfaction is absolutely insured. 




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What Are "TRIPLE-G'^Goods? 



PF 1917 




11711 V should you ask 

" " * for them and 

re-fuse any other kind? 



TJT'HEN a reader of Prairie Farmer goes into a store 

* * to buy, he is assured of getting full value for his 

money if he insists on buying only well known advertised 

goods and refusing to buy any unknown brand substitute. 

\\^ 1LJ V P Because advertised goods are well known 
goods that are backed up with the guar- 
antee of PRAIRIE FARMER and the manufacturer. If 
the goods are not as represented in the advertising, or do 
not give full satisfaction, this TRIPLE GUARANTEE 
means that you have only to make your complaint and 
that any just claim will be fairly considered and your 
money paid back in case the goods are not as represented. 
This is PRAIRIE FARMER'S FAIR PLAY POLICY 
with its readers. We back up every advertisement in 
PRAIRIE FARMER and guarantee honest treatment. 
No humbugs , swindles or cheap substitute goods (that are 
made to sell and get the customer's money on false pre- 
tenses) are advertised in PRAIRIE FARMER. Buy the 
goods advertised in PRAIRIE FARMER and in this 
Directory and you are taking no chances. You are guar- 
anteed satisfaction because all goods we advertise are 



TRIPLE-GUARANTEED GOODS 



1917 



Guaranteed by the Manufacturer, the Dealer and the Publisher. 



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Professional Directory 



P B H. Suite 409, Ayers Bank Building P * 

760 JACKSONVILLE :: ILLINOIS 760 



J. W. Hairgrove, M. D. 

Practice Limited to Surgery 

Hours: 2 to 4 
Residence: Both Phones 51 



F. A. NORRIS, M. D. 

SURGERY 
Hours: 11 to 12; 2 to 5 

Sunday 11 to 12 

Residence: Pacific Hotel 

Both Phones 87 



E. D. CANATSEY, B. S. & M. D. 

PHYSICIAN 
Hours: 10:30 to 12; 1:30 to 5 

Sunday 10:30 to 12 

Evenings by Appointment 

Res. Phones: 111. 1094; Bell 412 



Dr. R. R. Buckthorpe 
Dentist 

Phones 

Office, Bell 512; Illinois 750 
Residence, Illinois 1363 

1% West Side Square 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



Frederick C. Noyes 
Dentist 

Both Phones 164 
Office Hours, 8:30-12; 1-5 

317 West State St. 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



FRANK P. NORBURY 

Practice Limited to Mental and 
Nervous Diseases 

Hours: 
3 to 5, Tuesday and Friday 



ALBERT H. DOLLEAR 
B. S. & M. D. 

Practice Limited to Mental and 
Nervous Diseases 
By Appointment 



A. C. Kingsley, D. D. S. 

Dentist 

Office Hours: 

9 to 12; 1:30 to 5:30 

By Appointment 



C. B. POWELL 

Dentist 

Phone: Illinois 361 
Hockenhull Building 

East Side Square 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



Read 
Prairie Farmer 

Regularly, Every Issue 

That's the surest way to keep 
up with the latest news in the 
agricultural world. 



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Professional Directory 



DR. G. R. BRADLEY 

Physician and Surgeon 

Phones: HI. 5, Bell 205 

223 W. College Ave. 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



H. A. CHAPIN, M. D. 

X-Ray Laboratory 
Electrical Treatments 

Alpine Sun Lamp 

Office: Ayers' Nat. Bank Bldg. 

Hours: 8:30 to 12 a. m. and 

1 to 5 p. m. 

Phones: 

Office 111. 1530; Bell 97 
Residence 111. 1560; Bell 497 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



M. F. WOODS 

Physician and Surgeon 

Office Over Harney's 
Hardware Store 

Phones: 
Office 64; House 305 



WAVERLY 



ILLINOIS 



DR. CHAS. E. SCOTT 

Veterinarian 

Office: Cherry's Barn 

Assistant: DR. P. L. VARBLE 

Office Phone 850 
Res. Phones Bell 161, New 238 
Specialty of Hog Vaccination 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



DR. CARL E. BLACK 

Surgery 

DR. E. L. CROUCH 

Internist 

Dr. Walter L. Frank 

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat 

Both Phones No. 85 

200 Ayers Bank Bldg. 

JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



Nathaniel J. Hughes 
Physician and Surgeon 

Phones: 
Office 30; Res. 23; Farm 2755 

Office: Hughes Bldg. 
WAVERLY ILLINOIS 



F. M. ROBERTS, M.D. 

Physician 

Private Telephone: AH 
Connections 

Office Hours: 

7 to 8:30 a.m ; 1 to 2:30 p.m. 
6 to 8 p.m. 

Sunday by Appointment 
CHAPIN ILLINOIS 



DR. S. J. CARTER 

Veterinary Surgeon and 
v Dentist 

Both Phones 

Office: 
112 West College St. 

JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



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Professional Directory 



CARL E. ROBINSON 

Attorney and Counselor- 

at-Law 

Office in Court House 

Office Phone: 111. 945, Bell 422 
Residence Phone: Bell 559 

State's Attorney of Morgan 

County 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



Funk & McKeene 
Attorneys and Abstract 

Makers 
F. C. Funk 

County Judge 

John A. McKeene 

Notary Public 
Over Frost and Hubbard's 

Bank 
WINCHESTER ILLINOIS 



Bellati, Bellatti & 
Mortality 

Lawyers 

John A. Bellatti, Walter 
Bellatti Paul D. Moriarity 

Phones: 
Bell 305; Illinois 103 

609 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



JAMES CALLANS 

Attorney at Law 

Phone 282 

Office: N. W. Corner Square 
WINCHESTER ILLINOIS 



C. M. HOPPER 

Dentist 

Both Phones 169 

Hopper Building 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



T. J. PITNER, M. D. 

Phones: 

Res.: Illinois 121; Bell 21 
Office: Both Phones 40 
Office: 215 West College Ave. 

Hours: 

9 to 11 a.m.; 1:30 to 4 p.m. 

Saturday Evening 7 to 8 

Sunday 9 to 10am. 

JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



E. K. BLAIR, D. D. S. 

Dentist 

Phones: 

Office 9; Residence 173 
Office: West Side Square 

WAVERLY ILLINOIS 



DR. M. H. CLEARY 

Veterinary Surgeon 

Phone 202 
WAVERLY ILLINOIS 



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Directory of the Legal Profession 



J. P. LIPPINCOTT 

Attorney at Law 

Phones: 
Bell, 403; Illinois, 219 



Public Square 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



Wm. N. Hairgrove 
Attorney at Law 

Shorthand Reporter and 
Notary Public in Office 

Illinois Phone 703 

Bell Phone 187 

8-9 Morrison Block 

JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



P. P. THOMPSON 

Lawyer 

Rooms 707-708-709 

Ayers Bank BIdg. 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



Edward P. Brockhouse 
Attorney at Law 

Telephones: 

Office, Illinois 1401; Bell 95 
Residence, Illinois 379 

232% West State Street 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



William E. Thomson 
Lawyer 

County Judge of Morgan Co. 

Both Phones 

Duncan Building 

JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



JOHN M. BUTLER 

Attorney at Law 

Phones: Bell, 801; Illinois 708 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



William T. Wilson 

Attorney and Counsellor 
at Law 

Phones: 

Office, Illinois 1401; Bell 95 
Res., Illinois 505; Bell 736 

232% West State Street 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



Worthington, Reeve 

& Green 
Attorneys at Law 

Illinois Phone 29 
Bell Phone 86 

Morrison Block 
JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS 



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Go to Russell & Thompson 

JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS 
FOR WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE 

Our Watch Work Gives Satisfaction 
If we fit you with Glasses you will be pleased 

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W. W. GILLHAM 

EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR 

CHAPEL FOR SERVICES 
Residence Phones: Bell 440; Illinois 212 

Office Phones 168 226 W. State Street 

. . . J. L. Taynian, Phone Illinois 556 

Assistant.:| Glenn j/ oward> Phone Illino j 8 831 JACKSONVILLE, ILL. 




THE NASH 
SIX 

Perfected Valve in 
Head Motor 

PLEASURE CARS AND TRUCKS 

The Nash Six is a powerful car, built along beautiful lines. 
Can climb hills and negotiate roads without difficulty. 

We carry one of the most complete lines of accessories and 
supplies. 



Jacobs Motor Car Co. 

C. W. JACOBS, Mgr. 
JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS 




PERFECTED VALVI -IN-MIAO norm 



152 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



ALEXANDER 

Beerup, K. V General Store 

Ewen, J. C Meats 

Greenleaf , E. S. Est 

Grain, Lumber, Etc. 

Kaiser, Frank J General Store 

Reif, John W Blacksmith 

Schott, Dr. W. H Physician 

Six, F. B. Grain Co. (not inc.) Coal 

Strawn, CM Wallpaper & Paint 

Strawn, E. R. . . .Harness & Implements 

Tankersley, Jerre Coal & Salt 

Weigand, John Contractor 

ARNOLD 

Arnold Farmers' Elevator Co 

Grain, Coal & General Mdse. 

Hammond, Geo. C Blacksmith 

CHAPIN 

Blair, F. E Paint & Wallpaper 

Bobbitt, W. N Ice 

Bridgman, H. C Painter, Etc. 

Burnham, J. F Livery & Coal 

Chapin Creamery Co. 

Clark, R. C General Store 

Dickens, Wm Grocer 

Duckett, C. F 

Restaurant & Confectioner 

Edelbrock, W. J Implements 

Eilers, J. H General Store 

Farmers' Elevator Co. 

Fountain, Dr. J. H Physician 

Fritsch, F. G Hotel 

Haymaker, Geo. W Blacksmith 

Hunter, Allen & Co Lumber 

Joy, H. T Garage & Supplies 

Korsmeyer, H. F Jewelry 

McKinney, F. P Drugs, Etc. 

Nash, John Garage 

Onken, John & Bro General Store 

Perbix, Henry Grain 

Reams, Roy Barber 

Rigg, W. H Harness 

Roberts, Dr. F. M Physician 

Schaefer & Eilers Undertaker 

Smith, D. P Barber 

Smith, Dr. L Physician 

Thompson, J. L Meats 

Tucker, H. E. . . . Hardware & Furniture 
Wesler& Duckett. Mfrs. Concrete Blocks 

Wimberly, J. O Baker 

Wroe, A Grocer 

CONCORD 

Blimling-Sanders Co General Store 

Diggins, Wm Restaurant 



Farmers & Merchants Bank (not inc.). 

Nickel, F. C Blacksmith & Plumber 

Nordsieck/John Grain & Coal 

Onken, Meyer & Cratz General Store 

Rayborn, J. J Machinery 

Stone, J. T Blacksmith 

Wessler & Duckett 

General Contractors 

Williamson, Wm. H Lumber, Etc. 

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[C.C.PATCHEN! 

Physician 

- Hours Thursday, Friday and Satur- * 

day and by appointment. 

- Practice limited to treatment of 5 

- Rupture, Piles, Fistula and Hydrocele ; 

without the knife. 

Rooms 11-12 Scott Block 
1 JACKSONVILLE ILLINOIS | 

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H. & E. F. Hunter 



O. A. Allen 



Hunter Allen & Co. 

FUIX LINE: OF 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 

Lime, Cement, Tile, Sewer Pipe, 

Galvanized Valley and 

Ridge Rolls 

Estimates furnished free 

If we haven't got what you want 

we will get it for you 




We sell and rec- 
ommend the fol- 
lowing: Triple-O 
goods : 



Best Brands Cement Always in 

Stock 

Beaver Board 
Barrett's Felt Roofing and . . 

Shingles 

Perfection Gates 
Glide and Bollaway Barn Door 

Track and Hangers 



CHAPIN 



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FRANKLIN Jolly, A. P. & Son Meats 

Broverman, Louis Jolly, Claude Mfr. Brick, Tile, Etc. 

Clothing 6" Furnishing Lottrell, W. N Printing Office 

Calhoun, Wm. C Metcalf, Dr. F. H Physician 

Lumber, Grain, Wood & Coal Olinger, Chas. W General Store 

Chambers & Matlock Restaurant Patterson, F. F Drugs & Jewelry 

Cussins, Chas. E Jewelry Perkins, Dr. J. B Physician 

Ebrey, John General Store & Coal Reece Farmer Elevator Co Grain 

Elder, Dr. J. M Physician Rolston, J. O Grocer 

Franklin Bank (not inc.) Schaaf, Geo General Store 

F'ranklin Furniture & Undertaking Co. Seymour, G. M Blacksmith 

Glenn, Dr. C. I Dentist Snow & Gorman Blacksmiths 

Hall Bros Implements & Vehicles Swift & Beatty Undertakers 

Hart, W. C Blacksmith Teaney, W. C Confectionery 

T ravers, Fred L Wagonmaker 

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Votsmeier, John Garage 

E. F. Hunter H. Hunter G. A. Allen i Whalen, Wm General Store 

\ .. A on Whalen, W. A. & Richard Ryan 

i Hunter Allen & Co. | ^^. 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

I BUILDERS' HARDWARE j Woods Bros. 

. . m. i Y eager, J. D 
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Bunds, 

Lime, Cement, Builders LITERBERRY 

Hardware, Paints and Crum, O. L Garage 

Glass, Ridge Rolls Farmers' Elevator of Literberry 

Estimates furnished free Kitchens, J. S Blacksmith 

Liter, George T General Store 

If we haven t got what you want Liter j A . & Co General Store 

we will get it for you Murry, W. E Implements 

j Marshall, R. B Grocer 

We sell and rec- MEREDOSIA 

tti , foK Ayers, W. H. . . Grocer & Confectioner 

goods: Berger, H. D Variety 

Berger, L. F General Store & A feats 

y8 m Burdick, Thos. W Publisher 

Beaver Board Butcher, G. W, . .Implements & Harness 

Ba shi e ngi 8 e 8 FeU Booto8: and Farmers & Traders Bank (not inc.) 

Can't Sag Gates Fee & Mayes General Store 

Barn Door Track and Hangers Fields, Roscoe B Drugs, Etc. 

- ^ Geiss, C. C General Store 

I MEREDOSIA ILLINOIS i Geiss, E F Men's Furnishings 

Harms, H. t, Grocer & Meats 

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SATISFACTION 



STRENGTH 



SERVICE 




We sell and recommend the following Trlple-G goods: Star- 
Diamond Brand and Douglas Shoes, Cooper & Munsing Underwear, 
Holeproof Black-Cat Armor Plate Hosiery, Headlight Auto Overall, 
Fanchon Flour, Joe Beth Co. Canned Goods, Splendid Coffee. 

United Mercantile Co., Inc. 



MEREDOSIA 



ILLINOIS 



154 



FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN COUNTY 



Hedrick, C. P 

Restaurant & Confectioner 

Hilderbrand, J. A 

Hotel & Mfr. Soda Water 

Hoffman, J. F Shoe Repairer 

Hunter, Allen & Co 

Lumber & Hard-ware 

Kappal Bros. Co. (not inc.) 

Wholesale Furs 

Leslie, A. J Feed & Flour 

Mayes, J. F. & Co Mfrs. Buttons 

Meier, W. D General Store 

Meredosia Farmers' Grain Co. 

Orr, S. D Photo & Jtwtlry 

Reich, C. H. (Mrs. John) Grocer 

Schaffer, Henry & Son 

Furniture & Undertaker 

Schmitt Bros 

Implements & Blacksmiths 

Stark Millinery Co. (not inc.) 

Steinberg & Koppal Autos 

United Mercantile Co. 

Wegehoft, Hannah & Son 

Hard-ware & Stoves 

MURRAYVILLE 

Berry, J. T. & Co Grocery 

Blakeman, C. L Produce 

Cade, Harry Grain & Feed 

Carlson, John A General Store 

Dunniway, J. L Garage 



The Murray ville 

Farmers 
Elevator Co. 

J. H. FULLER, Mgr. 



GRAIN, HAY AND 

FEED 

FLOUR, COAL, SALT 
FERTILIZERS 

MURRAYVILLE ILL. 



DUNNIWAY 
& NEAL 



AUTOMOBILE 

REPAIRING 

ACCESSORIES 

OXY-ACETYLENE 

WELDING 



MURRAYVILLE ILL. 



: 

mi i 



J. L THOMPSON 
Funeral Director 



Embalmer License No. 1307 

Call promptly answered at all 
hours by our Overland car, dis- 
tance not considered. 

Illinois Telephone No. 11 

MURRAYVILLE, ILLINOIS 

Inquire about our Funeral Ex- 
pense Association, that helps all, 
a necessity for the poor. 

INSURANCE AGENT 

Hartford and Aetna Cos. 

AGENT INDIANA SILO. 
HOUSE FURNISHINGS 

Editor The Murrayville Tribune 



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James L Solomon 

HARDWARE 
HAND-MADE 

HARNESS 
PAINTS AND OILS 

CREAM 

SEPARATORS 

ROUND OAK STOVES 

AND RANGES 

GRANITEWARE 

STANDARD FOUR 

Automobile Tires 

and Tubes 



MURRAYVILLE 



ILL. 



EDWARD WEMPLE 

F. H. WEMPLE I 

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emple 





Established in 1877 

WAVERLY, ILLINOIS 



Dunnewiy & Neal 

Auto Repairing & Accessories 

Gilbert Drug Store (not inc.) 

Hall Bros Implements 

Kennedy, A. H General Store 

Million, H. E Lumber 

Murrayville Bank (not inc.) . . . .Private 
Murray ville Farmers' Elevator 

Grain, Flour, Coal, Etc. 

Murrayville Hardware Co. (not inc.) 

Osborne, H. U Meats 

Solomon, Jas. L Hardware 

Sooy, S. F Confectioner 

Stansfield, Geo Concrete Contractor 

Tendick, Mrs. Jacob Millinery 

Tendrick, John Produce & Feed 

Thompson, J. E Undertaker 

Walker, W. W. & Wife. . .Confectioner 

NEELYVILLE 
Grain & Supply Co., The 
Vortman, J. H General Store 

ORLEANS 

Bennett, C. H General Store 

Kinnett, W. A General Store 

Orleans Farmers' Grain Co. 

PISGAH 

Bell, J. W General Store 

Pisgah Farmers' Grain & Elevator Co. 

PRENTICE 

Adkins Bros Grain & Implements 

Harry, Dr. O. N Physician 

Holbrook, C. T Grocer 

Hubbs, J. H General Store 

Lockett, V. H Blacksmith 

Prentice Farmers' Elevator Co. 
Robertson, W. W Autos 

ROHRER 

Farmer, J. B General Store 

Turnbull, Wm. R Grain 

SINCLAIR 

Fox, T. U. & N. B General Store 

Hopper. W. L 

Blacksmith & Implements 

McNeal, A. A Grocer 

WAVERLY 

Adcock. J. L. & Co. ..Grocer & Drugs 

Arnett, S. M Grocer 

Berry, Wm. M Auto Repairer 

Blair, Dr. E. K Dentist 

Bradford, Weies & Co. (Inc.) 

General Store 

Brown, Frank Autos 

Cody, James Restaurant 

Cody & Henrich Restaurant 

Coe, I. H General Store 

Cleary, M. H 



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View of the Main Business of Waverly, 111. 






NO time like the present has ever so fully demon- 
strated the fact that a little ready money can 
make more. While everything is so prosperous 
would it not be well for you to save your earnings 
so that you can take advantage of the next oppor- 
tunity that presents itself? 

THE TIME NOW! 
THE PLACE 




of Waverly, Illinois 



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Crawford & Emery Wagonmaker 

Curtiss, C. P Hotel 

Davis, Wilber Poultry 

Deatherage, F. E Feed & Seeds 

First National Bank 

Fleming, W. C. & Co Grocer 

Gates, C. L Photographer 

Gibson Lumber Co. 

Gough, Ed Bakery 

Graves & Curtis 

Implements & Vehicles 

Hairgrove & Harrison Grain, Etc. 

Hall, Albert J Implements, Etc. 

Hall, R. H Poultry 



Harney & Co 

Hardware, Furniture & Tin 

Harrison, E. T Autos & Garage 

Hart, Elmer E Coal 

Hatfield, C. L. Co 

Wholesale Poultry, Etc. 

Hughes, John Meats 

Hughes, Dr. N. J Physician 

Johnson, W. A 

Harness & Shoe Repairer 

Lankton, J. H. ...Grocer & Wallpaper 

Laws & Laws Millinery 

Nathanson, David Clothing 

Nix, J. M Painter 



J. M. RICHARDSON, Proprietor 



F. A. FORD, Sales Mgr. 



THE WAVERLY GARAGE 

HOME OF THE SAXON-SIX 

Cars Repaired and Overhauled 

Storage Batteries Charged and Repaired 

Oxy-Acetylene Welding 
WAVERLY ..... ILLINOIS 





W. E. Swift 

License 997 



Frank Beatty 

License 1258 



SWIFT & BEATTY Undertakers 

Motor Hearse and Funeral Outfit 
PIANOS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

Phones: Office 46. Res. 39. Res. 157 

Branches: Franklin, 111., Loami, 111. 

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Reesor, F. S Cigars & Tobacco Jeffrey Motor Sales Co. 312 E. State. 

l_l._.Jl-_ r XT Kin^b^iti, Marlin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

Richardson, C. N Blacksmith o . Donne ii ( L . F . ( 307 Ayers Bids., 215 E. 

Richardson, J . M Garage North. 

Rodeers H T Priest, C. N., 416-418 W. State. 

. . . .Auto Garage; Machine ' Shop 'and tg^Jii' 3W ^'cXr? "^ 

Tractors Zahn, Howard, 221-231 E. Morgan. 

Romang, G 

........... Restaurant & Confectioner Braner & lYe^fSSfc 

Scales, L. T Hardware, Etc. Cassell, R. T., 8 W. Side Square. 

Shutt T H Coal Holkenbrink, B. J., 216 N. Main. 

Smith Wiknn'M " " 'publisher I1L Tire & Vulcanizing Co., 313 W. State. 

bmitn, Wilson M furnisher Jacksonville Auto Co., 315-317 E. State. 

Spaenhower Bros Clothing Jacobs Motor Car Co. 

Swift & Beatty Jeffrey Motor Sales Co., 312 E. State. 

Undertaker 'flf J iiierv Modern Garage, 210-216 W. Court. 

. . . . . ... ... . . . . unaertaKer &L.wery Priest( C- N 416-418 W. State. 

Tulpm, H. M. & Son Harness Sieber, G. A., 210 S. Main. 

Turnbull, Wm. R Grain & Feed Skinner, J. W., 214-216 W. Morgan. 

Watts T F Rpttnurnni Walsh, J. E. Elec. Co., 300 E. State, 

watts J.C.. . . . ....... .Kestauraw Zann Howard 221 E Morgan . 

Waverly Brick & Tile Co. (not inc.) 

Waverly Garage Co AUTO AND CARRIAGE PAINTING 

Garaae Autfi fi- Rebairma Burrows, Chas., 112% W. Col. Ave. 

\\r i " V Y u!2 V- repairing Cherr y, B L i very , 2 35 N. Main. 

Waverly lelepnone Co. Holkenbrink, B. J., 216 N. Main. 

Wemple Bros Bankers Kilian, Geo. D., 819 S. West. 

Witherbee, Wm. M General Store Modern Garage, 210-216 W. Court. 

Woods, Dr. F. M Physician BANKS 

Wright, O Meats Ayers Nat'l Bank, 2-4 W. Side Square. 

Wyle, Frank A. ... Jewelry & Stationery gun 1 ? ; P Russel & Co 14 W Side Square. 

\\T i r f n A, r Elliott State Bank, 64 E. Side Square. 

Wyle Drug Co .Drugs & Grocer Parmer , 8 state Bank & Trust Co., 27 S. 

Zoll, Frank Grocer & Hardware Side Square. 

Farrell, F. G. & Co., 1 W. Side Square. 

WOODSON BELTING 

Anderson Bros General Store Hall Brothers, 235 S. Main. 

Barrow, Ira H Wallpaper & Grocer Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-236 

Bradley Edw. Grain Dealer MaTtin Brothers, 302 N. Sandy. 

Cplton & Baxter. Implements & Harness 

Fitzsimmons & Son General Store BICYCLES, MOTORCYCLES AND 

Henry, T. R. . Coal REPAIRS 

THam rha F) Cencrnl Stnre Holkenbrink, B. J., 216 N. Main, 

inam, t-nas. U. General Store Myrick & Co-i 2 is w. Court. 

Jones, Dr. R. R Physician Vagts, A., 222 E. Morgan. 

Kehl, Frank & Sons Blacksmiths 

Kitner, Fred H Coal, Etc. BLACKSMITHS 

Miller Dr O W Phvtirian Anderson, W. H., 213 E. Morgan. 

Miller, Ur.tr. W ftiysician Hopper> H arry & Son, 225 N. Mauvais- 

Owings, H. L Lumber terre. 

Ingram, Andrew, 209 W. North. 

T A rvcrnsJ\7TT T IT Leggett, R. W., 307 S. Mauvaisterre. 

JACK.6UNVll^li McDougall, F. C., 214 N. West. 

tits'i-it \<"i<* nw TITTF- Martin, Frank D., 234 N. Mauvaisterre. 

*^ B wi<r A A w ' riJT 9t?v w Meany, Patrick J., 116 E. North. 

^ftat'e ( |MC -), 232y 2 w . Moore) A. C., 227 N. Sandy. 



Co. Abstract, 232 % W. State. 

AUTO LIVERIES 

Brauer & Jenson, 116 N. East. 
Cherry's Livery. 

Jacksonville Auto Co., 315-317 E. State. 
Woods Transfer Co., 210 E. Court. 

AUTOMOBILES 

Babb, S. W., 315-317 E. State. 
Babb & Gibbs, 315-317 E. State. 
Brauer & Jenson, 116 N. East. 
Cassell, R. T., 8 W. Side Square. 
Glaus, J. F., 221-223 S. Main. 
Green, J. S., 216 N. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-23f. 
" W. Court. 
Jacobs Motor Car Co. 



BOOKS AND STATIONERY 

City Drug & Book Store, 35 S. Side 

Square. 

Lane Book Store, 223 W. State. 
Richards & Ezard, 61 E. Side Square. 
Ye Booke Shoppe, 23 S. Side Square. 

BRICK 

Andrews Lumber Co., F. J., 320 N. Main. 

Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Mauvais- 
terre. 

Hlllview Brick & Tile Co., 704 Ayers 
Bank Bldg. 

La Crosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 

Sweeney, D. E., (fire-pressed and build- 
ing) 400 N. Clay Ave. 

Tendick, Thies & Tendick, 1205 Tendick. 



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BUILDERS HARDWARE 

Brady Bros. Hdw. Co., 45-47 S. 'Side 

Square. 

Brennen, J. F., 217 S. Sandy. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Graham, Jas., 238 N. Main. 
Guy, Geo. S., 209-211 S. Sandy. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 
Sweeney, D. E., 400 N. Clay Ave. 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

Andrews, J. F., Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Fernandes, S. & Son, 440 N. Clay Ave. 
La (Jrosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
South Side Planing Mill Co., 1009 S. 

East. 
Sweeney, D. E., 400 N. Clay Ave. 

BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

Brown's Business College, G. C. Clay- 
baugh, Prin., 203 Kosciusko. 

CAMERAS 

Armstrong's Drug Store, S. W. cor. 

Square. 

Coover & Schreve, 66 E. Side Square. 
Gilbert, M. E., 237 W. State. 
Long's Pharmacy, 71 E. Side Square. 
Richard & Ezard, 61 E. Side Square. 

CARPETS AND RUGS 

Andre & Andre, 46-50 N. Side Square. 
Hudgin, C. E., Furniture Co., 229-231 S. 

Main. 
Johnson, Hackett & Guthrie, 63-65 E. 

Side Square. 
Jolly & Burnett, 314 E. State. 

CARPET WEAVERS 

Bergland, Hannah, 435 N. Webster Ave. 
Whitney, Mrs. Amy E., 724 N. East. 

CARRIAGES AND WAGONS 

Fox, P. W. (Pat.), 111-113 S. West. 
Hall Bros., 235-237 S. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-236 

W. Court. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

CEMENT 

Andrews Lumber Co., F. J., 320 N. Main. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Fernandes, S. & Sons, 440 N. Clay. 
La Crosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
Sweeney, D. E., 400 N. Clay Ave. 

CHINA AND GLASSWARE 

Andre & Andre, 46-50 N. Side Square. 
Johnson, Hackett & Guthrie, 63-65 E. 

Side Square. 

x Vannier China & Coffee House, 232 W. 
\ State. 

CIVIL ENGINEERS 

Caldwell Engineering Co., 505-506 Ayers 

Nat'l Bank Bldg. 
Jacksonville Engineering Co., City Hall 

Bldg. 

CLEANERS AND PRESSERS 

Bynum, Romeo, 213 E. Morgan. 

City Steam Dye Works, 230 E. State. 

Hearle, Geo., 42% N. Side Square. 

Larson, Alfred, 209 N. Main. 

Paris Cleaners & Dyers, 315 W. State. 

Purity Shop, 216 S. Sandy. 

Short, David, 213 N. Main. 



CLOTHIERS 

Uuflner, Thos., 12 W. Side Square. 
Knowles, S. S., 40 N. Side Square. 
Lane, J. W., 16 W. Side Square. 
Lnkeman Bros., 10 W. Side Square. 
Myers Bros., 22 N. Side Square. 
Tomlinson, T. M., 42 N. Side Square. 

COAL, COKE AND WOOD 

Baptist, J. W. & Co., 431 Brown. 
Fernandes, S. & Sons, 440 N. Clay Ave. 
Frye, H. E. & Co., 509 N. Main. 
Gates, R. A. Fuel & Ice Co., 601 E. State. 
Hale, U. J. & Co., 431 Brown. 
Harrigan Bros., 401 N. Sandy. 
Hoffman, Otis, 212 E. Laf. Ave. 
Lewis-Clary Co., 334 W. Laf. Ave. 
McDougall, C. E., 721 E. Col. Ave. 
Paschall, John A., 705 E. Col. Ave. 
Rogerson, Geo. S., 625 E. Col. Ave. 
Snyder Ice & Fuel Co., 400 N. Main. 
Stout, Geo. W., 362 N. Sandy. 
Sweeney, D. E., 400 N. Clay Ave. 
Walton & Co., 650 E. Col. Ave. 
York Bros., 300 W. Laf. Ave. 

CONTRACTORS 

Banks, Anderson, wall-paper, 320 S. 

Main. 
Belzer, Geo. E., plumbing, 1153 S. Clay 

Ave. 
Benson, Wm. G., decorating, 218 S. 

Sandy. 
Benstall, Elmer E., plumbing, 215 S. 

Main. 
Bergstrom, Victor, concrete, 630 S. 

Hardin. 

Black, A. L. & Co., carp., 1224 S. East. 
Burnett, Thos., paint, 705 E. Chambers. 
Cannon, O. B., plumber, 303 S. Main. 
Carter, C. C., carp., 847 S. Main. 
Carter, Scott P., carp., 716 Routt. 
Cherry, John, pavement, 235 N. Main. 
Chumley, Sylvester, carp., 217 S. Hardin. 
Chumley, Thos. C., carp., 217 E. 

Kentucky. 
Cocking Cement Co., Room 2, Farrell 

Bldg. 

Coultas, Wm. R., tile, 947 N. Church. 
Cruse & Benson, decorating, 2!7 1 . S. 

Main. 

DeCastro, J., brick, Room 2, Scott Block. 
Gouveia, Jos., gen'l., 224 W. Court. 
Dickason Decorating Co., 314 W. State. 
Doyle, John M., electric, 218 W. Court. 
Fangust, G. A., sheet metal, 214 N. Main. 
Farrington, Wm., carp., 730 S. Church. 
Fernandes, M. G., carp., 240 N. Pine. 
Fernandes & Son, gen'l., 440 N. Clay 

Ave. 

Gause, Bernard, plumbing, 225 E. State. 
Gause, J. B., decorating, 220 S. Sandy. 
Goes, Fred A., paint, 822 N. Allen Ave. 
Grimmitt, Alva, tile, 330 S. Main. 
Hoffman, Otis, cement, 212 E. Laf. Ave. 
Irving, Frank T., carp., 1047 Grove. 
Jacksonville Plumbing & Heating Co., 

316 W. State. 

Johnson, Geo. A., building, 429 S. Main. 
Large, Jas. R., decorating, 302 W. Mor- 
gan. 

Ludwig, Jos., carp., 816 S. East. 
Mallen, J. J. & Sons, decorating, 207 S. 

Sandy. 

McCullough, Wm., carp., 310 E. Col. Ave. 
McNamara, Andrew, carp., 837 S. Main. 
Oliver, Antonio J., carp., 139 W. Walnut. 
Peak, Chas. O., paint, 320 S. Prairie. 
Reid, John M., paint, 337 W. Laf. Ave. 
Roberts, Andrew J., carp., 326 E. Col. 

Ave. 



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Robinson, W. D. & Sons, gen'l., 853 N. 

Main. 
Rodrigues, George, decorating, 231 W. 

Court 

Sargeant, Jas. W., building, 429 S. Main. 
Schureman, C. C., plumbing, 306 E. 

State. 

Scott, Ben T., paint, 841 N. Main. 
Sieber, G. A., elec., 210 S. Main. 
Stull, W. H., carp., 1341 W. Laf. Ave. 
Thompson, Wm., paint, 223 N. Sandy. 
Updegraff, Linus, building, 408 B. Court. 
Van Houten, Mortimer, building, 420 S. 

Main. 
Vasconcellos, J. & Sons, gen'l., 1064 N. 

Fayette. 

Walsh, Elec. Co., J. C., elec., 300 E. State. 
Walter, Chas. F., paint and wall paper, 

401 Hardin. 

Wells, Ellsworth, brick, 1002 S. Main. 
Williams, C. E., decorating, 216 N. Main. 
Williams, Francis M., cement, 637 S. 

Prairie. 
Williamson, Arthur E., road, 206 N. 

Caldwell. 

Wolk, John, carp., 906 W. Chambers. 
Wood, Wm. J., carp., 420 S. Church. 
Zastrow, Wm. O., bridge, 913 S. Clay 

Ave. 

CREAMERIES 

Jacksonville Creamery Co., 223 N. West. 
Swift's Creamery Co., 508 N. Main. 

CREAM SEPARATORS 

Brady Bros., 45-47 S. Side Square. 
Fox, P. W., (Pat) 113 S. West. 
Hall Bros., 235-7 S. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-6 W. 

Court. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

CURTAINS AND DRAPERY 

Andre & Andre, 46-50 W. Side Square. 
Deppe, C. J. & Co., 5 W. Side Square. 
Hudgin, C. E., 229-231 S. Main. 
Johnson, Hackett & Guthrie, 65 E. Side 
Square. 

CUTLERY 

Brady Bros., 35 S. Side Square. 
Gay, Geo. S., 2tf9 S. Sandy. 
Graham Hardware Co., 238 N. Main. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

DENTISTS 

Applebee, Dr. Alpha, 44% N. Side Square. 
Applebee, Dr. J. O., 44% N. Side Square. 
Buckthorpe, Dr. R. R., 7% W. Side 

Square. 

Chapman, Dr. H. H., 326 W. State. 
Griswold, Dr. Harry L., 336 W. State. 



Hopper, Dr. Chas. M., 201% E. Morgan. 
Kingsley, Dr. A. C., 409 Ayers Bldg. 
Kopperl, Dr. G. H., 326 W. State. 
Magill, Dr. Chas., 213% E. State. 
Noyes, Dr. F. C., 317 W. State. 
Powell, Dr. C. B., 2 Hockenhull Bldg. 
Sawyer, Dr. C. B., 301% W. State. 
Sperry, Dr. John W., 17% W. Side 

Square. 

Tormey, Dr. Jos., 3% W. Side Square. 
Mason, Dr. G. U., 37% S. Side Square. 
Wood, Dr. A. C., 200 Ayers Bldg. 
Young, Dr. W. B., 603 Ayers Bldg. 

DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY 

lias.sott. E. W., 21 S. Side Square. 

Heinl, Edw. D.,.229 W. State. 

Price, Chas., 218 E. State. 

Russell & Thompson, 3 W. Side Square. 

Schram & Buhrman, 37 S. Side Square. 

DRESSMAKERS 

Bergschneider, Elizabeth, 820 S. Dia- 
mond. 

Corrington, Mrs. Emma, 241 Webster 
Ave. 

Emerick, Miss Mae, 315% W. State. 

Godfrey, Mittie, 213 S. Fayette. 

Goodwin, Mrs. Carrie, 933 W. Laf. Ave. 

Harshaw, Anna, 215 B. Col. Ave. 

Harshaw, Emma, 215 E. Col. Ave. 

Hopper, Miss Nellie, 738 S. Hardin Ave. 

Huff, Miss Viola, 315 S. Church. 

Ingram, Misses Nellie and Aletha, 826 
S. Clay Ave. 

Kinney, Mrs., 602 W. Jordan. 

Marshall, Miriam, 232 E. State. 

Miles & McKay, 129 Prospect. 

Monroe, Mrs. Florence, 232 E. State. 

Printy, Mrs. Emma, 621 W. Laf. Ave. 

Roberts, Mrs. Mae, 326 W. Col. Ave. 

Self, Jas. F., 862 S. East. 

Sequin, Mrs. Mary, 919 N. Main. 

Smith, Fannie, 1146 S. Hardin Ave. 

Stringham, Mrs. Sarah, 324 W. Morgan. 

Updegraff, Mary, 513 Sandusky. 

Wiseman, Mrs. Abbie, 226 W. North. 

York, Miss Luella, 713 W. Laf. Ave. 

DRUGS AND SUNDRIES 

Allcott, Lee P., 60 E. Side Square. 
Armstrong: Drug Store, 201 W. Morgan. 
Armstrong: Drug: Store, 235 E. State. 
City Drug & Book Store, 35 S. Side 

Square. 

Coover & Shreve, 7 W. Side Square. 
Coover & Shreve, 66 E. Side Square. 
Gilbert, M. E., 237 W. State. 
Long's Pharmacy, 71 E. Side Square. 
L,uly-Dnvls Drug; Co., 44 N. Side Square. 
Mendousa, Jos., 229-231 N. Main. 



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DRY GOODS 

Deppe, C. J. & Co., 5 W. Side Square. 
Floreth, 69 E. Side Square. 
Phelps Dry Goods Co., C. C., 56 N. Side 
RiibjohiiH & Reid, 68-70 E. Side Square. 

Square. 
Waddell, F. J. & Co., 55 S. Side Square. 

DYERS 

City Steam Dye Works, 335 E. State. 
Paris Cleaners & Dyers, 315 W. State. 
Purity Shop, 216 S. Sandy. 

ENAMEL, AND GRANITE WARE 

Brady Bros., 45 S. Side Square. 
Brennan, Jos. F., 217 S. Sandy. 
Graham Hardware Co., 238 N. Main. 
Guy, Geo. S., 209-211 S. Sandy. 
Johnson, Haskett & Guthrie, 63 E. Side 

Square. 

Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 
Woolworth, F. W., 39 S. Side Square. 

FENCING 

Brady Bros., 45-47 S. Side Square. 
Gay, Geo. S., 209-211 S. Sandy. 
Graham Hardware, 238 N. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232 W. 

Court. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

FLOUR MILLS 

Brook Mills, 501 S. Main. 

Cain, J. H. & Son, 223 W. Laf. Ave. 

FLOUR AND FEED 

Brook Mills, 501 S. Main. 
Cain, J. H. & Sons, 223 W. Laf. Ave. 
Cody, W. D., 220-222 W. Court. 
Cook, W. F., 234 N. Main. 
McNamara & Heneghaii, 300 N. Main. 
Reid, J. Henry, 235 W. Greenwood. 
Vannier China & Coffee House, 232 W. 
State. 

FOUNDRY 
Jacksonville Foundry Co., 736 E. R.R. 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 

Barr, S. O., 213 W. State. 
Bonartsinger, P., 72 E. Side Square. 
Cannon, W. S., 222-226 N. Sandy. 

FURNACES 

Brady Bros., 45-47 S. Side Square. 
FanKust, G. A., 214 N. Main. 
Gay, Geo. S., 209-211 S. Sandy. 
Johnson & Hackett, 63 E. Side Square. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

FURNITURE 

Andre & Andre, 46-50 N. Side Square. 
Hudgin, C. E., 229-231 S. Main. 
Hart, Harry, 231 E. State. 
Johnson, Hackett & Guthrie, 63-65 E. 

Side Square. 

Jolly & Burnett, 314 E. State. 
Sturgis Furniture Co., 316 E. State. 

FURS 

Byrns, Frank, 17 W. Side Square. 
Emporium, 212 E. State. 
Floreth Co., 60 E. Side Square. 
Herman, J., 73 E. Side Square. 
Phelps Dry Goods Co., C. C., 56 N. Side 

Square. 
Waddell, F. J. & Co., 52-55 S. Side 

Square. 

GARAGES 

Barmeir, Geo., 221 Morgan. 
Brauer & Jenson, 116 N. East. 
Cassell, R. T., 417 S. Church. 
Claus, J. F., 221-223 S. Main. 



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DeWitt, Lester, 223 N. Sandy. 
Holkenbrink, B. J., 216 N. Main. 
Jacksonville Auto Co., 315-317 B. State. 
Jeffrey Motor Sales Co., 312 E. State. 
Modern Garage, 210-216 W. Court. 
O'Donnell, L. P., 215 E. North. 
Priest, C. N., 416-418 W. State. 
Zahn, Howard, 221-231 E. Morgan. 

GAS AND ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 

Jacksonville Railway & Light Co., 224 

S. Main. 

Sieber, G. A., 210 S. Main. 
Walsh Elec. Co., J. C., 300 E. State. 

GASOLINE ENGINES 

Day, Richard, 720 R.R. 
Fox, P. W., 111-113 S. West. 
Hall Bros., 235-237 S. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-236 

W. Court. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

GLASS 

De Gonveia, Jos., 224 W. Court. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Main. 
South Side Planing Mill, 1009 S. East. 

GRAIN ELEVATOR 

Lewis-Clary Co., 324 W. Laf. Ave. 

HARDWARE 
Brady Bros., 45-47 S. Side Square. 

HARNESS 

Cruse, Jas., 216 S. Main. 
Fox, P. W., 111-113 S. West. 
Harney, Geo. H., 215 W. Morgan. 
Hurst, Geo., 212 N. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232 W. 

Court. 

Marlin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 
Rapp, T. H. & M. D., 203 E. Morgan. 

HOSPITALS 

Jacksonville State Hospital, 1201 S. 

Main. 

Norbury Sanitarium. 
Our Savior's Hospital, 436 E. State. 
Passavant Hospital, 512 E. State. 

HEATING 

Beastall, Elmer E., 215 S. Main 

Brennen, Jos. F., 217 S. Sandy. 

Cannon, O. B., 303 S. Main. 

Gause, Bernard, 225 E. State. 

Jacksonville Plumbing & Heating Co = 

316 W. State. 
Schureman, C. C., 306 E. State. 

HIDES, WOOL AND TALLOW 

Cohen, Jacob & Son, 207-213 W. Laf 

Ave. 

Harrigan Bros., 401 N. Sandy. 
Hatfield, C. L. & Co., 214-218 S. Mauvais- 

terre. 

HOG FOOD 
Jacksonville Packing Co., cor. Center 

and Johnson. 
Jacksonville Reduction Works, 209-213 

W. Laf. Ave. 

HOTELS 

Douglas Hotel, 202-206 W. Court. 
Dunlap Hotel, 343 W. State. 
Grand Hotel, 200-204 E. Court. 
New Pacific Hotel, 232-236 E. State. 
Union Hotel, 302 E. Court. 
Wabash Hotel, Wabash Depot. 

HOUSE FURNISHINGS 

Andre & Andre, 46-50 N. Side Square. 
Hart, Harry A., 231 E. State. 




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Hudgin, C. E., Furniture Co., 229-231 S. 

Main. 
Johnson, Hackett & Guthrie, 63-65 E. 

Side Square. 

HOUSE MOVERS 

Ball, Jas. P., 803 S. Church. 
Towers, Richard, 540 S. Fayette. 

ICE 

Gates, R. A., Fuel Co., 601 E. State. 
Snyder Ice Co., 401 N. Main. 

ICE CREAM MFG. CO. 

Ehnie Bros., 324 E. State. 
Peacock Inn, 25 S. Side Square. 
Princess Candy Co., 29 S. Side Square. 
Merrigan, J. W., 227 W. State. 

ICE MANUFACTURING 

Citizens Pure Ice Co., Anna and Sandy. 
Snyder Ice & Fuel Co., 400 N. Main. 

IMPLEMENTS 

Fox, P. W., Ill S. "West. 
Hall Bros., 235 S. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232 W. 

Court. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

INCUBATORS 

Gay, Geo. S., 201-211 S. Sandy. 
Hall Bros., 225 S. Main. 

INSURANCE 
Automobile Insurance Assn., 207 Scott 

Block. 
Ayers, Walter & A. T., (inc.), 233% W. 

State. 

Bancroft & King-, 305 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Clement & Rowe, 237% W. State. 
Clover Leaf Casualty Co. 
Clover Leaf Life & Accident Co., 206 % 

E. State. 

Doane, L. S., 207 W. State. 
Goebel & Chenoweth, 304 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 

Goheen, Lycurgus, 233% W. State. 
Gorman, Wm., 28% N. Side Square. 
Gregory, Fred L., 5 Unity Bldg. 
Hook, M. C. & Co., 605 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Hurst, J. M., 14% W. Side Square. 
Johnson Agency, The, 110 S. West. 
Keating, Ed., 62% E. Side Square. 
Kennedy, J. N., 611 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Laning, T. P., 216 W. State. 
Mathews & Jenkinson, Farrell Bldg. 
McCullough, J. M., 211% E. State. 
McGinnis, Daniel, 28% N. Side Square. 
Morgan Co. Abstract, 232% W. State. 
Morris, O. A., 611 Ayers Bldg. 
Pyatt, Eugene D.. 511 N. Fayette. 
Smith & Dewees, 307 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Strawn & Spink, 3-4-6 Hockenhull. 
Thompson, Wm. E., 3-4-5 Duncan Bldg. 
Veitch, W. E., 402 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Ward's Insurance Agency, 501 Ayers 

Bank Bldg. 

Wilson, W. P., 1 Unity Bldg. 
Wiswell, G. T. & Son, 401 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 

JEWELERS 
Russell & Thompson. 
Schram & Bnhrman, 37 S. Side Square. 

LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR 

Deppe, C. J. & Co., 5 W. Side Square. 
Emporium, 212 E. State. 
Floreth Co., 69 E. Side Square. 
Herman, J., 73 E. Side Square. 
Phelps Dry Goods Co., C. C., 56 N. Side 
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Robinson Hat Shop, 705 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 
Waddell & Co., 53-55 S. Side Square. 

LADIES' TAILORS 

Frankenberg, C. V., 215 E. State. 

LAUNDRIES 

Itjirr'.s Laundry, 221 W. Court. 
Grand Laundry, 214 E. Court. 
Lee, Wah, 210 N. Main. 
Ou, Wah, 112 N. East. 

LAWYERS 

Armstrong, Wm. L., 303% W. State. 
H<- Haiti, lie Haiti & Horiari t j, 607-610 

Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Brockhouse, E. P., 232% W. State. 
Butler, Jno. M., 305% W. State. 
English, H. W., 9 Scott Block. 
Gregory, Fred L., 4-5-6 Duncan Bldg. 
llairgrove, Wm. N., 301% W. State. 
Kirby, Wilson & Brockhouse, 232% W. 

State. 

Layman, M. T., 2 Duncan Bldg. 
Lippincott, Julian P., 14% W. Side 

Square. 

Miller, J. Marshall, 303% W. State. 
Priest, f. O., 1 Duncan Bldg. 
Robinson, Carl E., (States Attorney), 

Court House. 

Samuell, H. P., 504-505 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Staley, D. J., 4 Unity Bldg. 
Stryker, Henry, 24% N. Side Square. 
Thompson, Owen P., 708-10 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 
Thompson, P. Paul, 708-9-10 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 

Thompson, Wm. E., 3-4-5 Duncan Bldg. 
Vaught, L. O., 14% W. Side Square. 
VVorthiiigton, Reeve & Green, 305 W. 

State. 

Wright, W. H., 2 Duncan Bldg. 
Wilson, Wm. T., 232% W. State. 

LEATHER GOODS 

Harney, Geo. H., 215 W. Morgan. 

LIAIE AND PLASTER 

Andrews Lumber Co., F. J., 320 N. Main. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Fernandes & Son, 440 N. Clay Ave. 
LaCrosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
Sweeney, D. E., 400 N. Clay. 

LUBRICANTS 

Alkire, Jas., 349 E. Col. Ave. 
Graham Hardware Co., 238 N. Main. 
Hall Bros., 235-237 S. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-236 

W. Court. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

LUMBER 

Andrews, F. J. & Co., 220 N. Main. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Main. 
LaCrosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
South Side Planing Mill, 1009 S. East. 

MACHINE SHOPS 

Kellogg Bros. & Co., 734 E. Railroad. 

MATTRESS MANUFACTURERS 

Massey, Clarence B., 230-230% W. Court. 
Moore Rug Co., 871 N. Main. 

MEN'S FURNISHINGS 
Byrns, Frank., 17 W. Side Square. 
Duffner, Tom, 12 W. Side Square. 
Knoles, S. S., 40 N. Side Square. 
Lane, J. W., 16 W. Side Square. 
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Myers Bros., 20-22 N. Side Square. 
Tomlinson, T. M., 42 N. Side Square. 
Wiehl, A., 15 W. Side Square. 

MERCANTILE AGENCIES 
Ward, J. \\ .. Mercantile Agency. 

MILLINERY 

Carroll, Miss Mae, 859 Routt. 
Floreth Co., 69 E. Side Square. 
Henry, L. C. & R. E., 200 N. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Herman, J., 73 E. Side Square. 
Hoover, Mrs. M. A., 51 S. Side Square. 
Miller, S. M., 211 W. State. 
Robinson's Hat Shop, 705-7 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 

Smith, H. J. & L. M., 33 S. Side Square. 
Waddell, F. J. & Co., 55 S. Side Square. 

MONUMENTS 

Jacksonville Monument Co. 

MOTOR TRUCKS 

McNamara, Heneghan & Co., 300 N. 
Main. 

MUSIC TEACHERS 

Brockman, Miss Georgia E., 612 S. Har- 

din. 

Ferreira, Mrs. Grace, 325 E. Morgan. 
Goodrich, Fred W., 237 V 2 W. State. 
Huy, Lula D., 516 Mound Ave. 
Irving, Miss Ruth C., 1047 Grove St. 
Larimore, Miss Myrtle, 691 E. State. 
Metcalf, Frank M., 708 S. Main. 
Robinson, Edith M., 537 S. Diamond. 
Schureman, Miss Nellie, 605 E. North. 
Shepperd, Myrtle, 344 W. Col. Ave. 
White, Herald O., 416 W. Jordan. 
Willis, Annie S., 1337 W. Laf. Ave. 
Whorton, Jessie, 348 W. North St. 

NEWSPAPERS 

Farm, The, 211 E. Morgan. 
Jacksonville Courier, 112-116 S. West. 
Journal, Daily, 235 W. State. 

NOTIONS 

Deppe, C. J. & Co., 5 W. Side Square. 
Harmon Dry Goods Store, 68-70 E. Side 

Square. 
Hillerby's Dry Goods Store, 9 W. Side 

Square. 

Mauzy, Jas. B., 233 N. Main. 
Phelps & Osborne, 56 N. Side Square. 
Waddell, F. J. & Co., 53-55 S. Side 

Square. 

NURSES 

Biggs, Mrs. Clara, 711 S. Diamond. 
Burdick, Fannie, 402 N. Sandusky. 
Cannon, Bert, 804 S. Diamond. 



Chapman, Garnett, 849 Grove. 
Coule, Miss Mattie, 218 Westminster. 
Groves, Miss Mary, 806 S. Diamond. 
Guiles, Sadie, 518 N. Church. 
Guthridge, Caroline, Passavant Hos- 
pital. 

Hazen, Charlotte I., Passavant Hospital. 
Holt, Jas., 215 E. Morgan. 
Immenga, Henry, 1629 W. Mound Ave. 
Johnson, Gunhild, 513 W. Morgan. 
McCabe, Rose, 711 S. Diamond. 
McFall, Imogene, 518 N. Church. 
Moore, Dora, Passavant Hospital. 
Mount, Lucy A., 200 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Parker, Mrs. Eliza, 1729 Mound Ave. 
Parrish, Sadie, Passavant Hospital. 
Reid, Mabel, 1209 W. State. 
Reid, Miss Mabel, 409 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Ryman, Margaret, 232 S. Westminster. 
Ryman, Maude, 232 S. Westminster. 
Sanderson, Mabel, 724 W. State. 
Sorrells, Edra, Passavant Hospital. 
Stanley, Miss Mae, 711 S. Diamond. 
Straight, Edith, 719 E. State St. 
Stratton, Ella, Passavant Hospital 
Tholen, Mary, 1430 W. Laf. Ave 
Tholen, Miss Maggie, 1430 W. Laf. Ave 
Todd, Elbert, 703 S. Diamond. 
Todd, Miss Ivalee, 711 S. Diamond. 
Todd, Miss Margaret L., 1629 W. Mound. 
Walker, Miss Ella, 851 Grove 
Whitler, Eliz., 315 N. Diamond. 
Wood, Josephine, Pacific Hotel. 

NURSERIES 

Cruzan, Garrett H., 835 W. Superior Ave. 

OCULISTS AND AURISTS 

Adams, A. L., 323 W. State. 
Frank, Walter L., 200 Ayers Bldg. 
Gregory, A. R., W. State. 

OIL AND GASOLINE 

Alkire, Jas. M., 349 E. Col. Ave. 
Cassell, R. T., 417 S. Church. 
Jacksonville Auto Co., 315 E. State. 
Jeffrey Motor Sales Co., E. State. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 
Modern Garage, 210 W. Court. 
Myrick & Co., 218 W. Court. 
O'Donnell, L. F., 215 E. North. 
Priest, C. N., 416 W. State. 
Wright, J. W. (Standard Oil), 916 S. 

Clay Ave. 
Zahn, Howard, 221 E. Morgan. 

OPTOMETRISTS 

Russell & Thompson, 3 W. Side Square. 
Swales, Wm. O., 211 E. State St. 

OSTEOPATHS 

Wait, Wm. O., 120 S. Westminster. 
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PACKERS 

Jacksonville Packing Co., Center and 

Johnson. 
Swift & Co., 508 N. Main. 

PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS 

Baker, Dr. E. F., 350 W. State. 
Baxter, Dr. Geo. E., Hopper Bldg. 
Black, Dr. Carl E., 200 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Bowe, Dr. Edward, 501 W. State. 
Bradley, Dr. G. R., 223 W. Col. Ave. 
Canatsey, Dr. Edw. D., 408 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 

Chapin, Dr. H. A., 201 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Clampit, Dr. L. H., 839 W. North. 
Cochran, Dr. Caleb, 309 W. Col. Ave. 
Cole, Dr. Chas. E., 234 W. Col. Ave. 
Day, Dr. J. U., 310% E. State. 
Dewey, Dr. Grace, 610 W. State. 
Dinsmore, Dr. Virginia, 303 W. Col. Ave. 
Dinsmore, Dr. Geo. F., 303 W. Col. Ave. 
Dollear, A. H., 409 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Duncan, Dr. W. P., 356 E. State. 
Frank, Dr. W. I.. 
Hnirgrove, Dr. J. W., 409 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 

Hardesty, Dr. T. O., Duncan PL 
Kenniebrew, A. H., 323 W. Morgan. 
King, Dr. Allen M., 323 W. State. 
Milligan, Dr. Josephine, 610 W. State. 
Milligan, Dr. Josephine, 1123 W. State. 
Myers, Dr. J. P., 304 S. Main. 
IVorbury, Dr. F. P., 409 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Norris, Dr. F. A., 408 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Ogram, Dr. J. A., 326 W. State. 
Patchen, Dr. C. C. 
Pitncr, T. J., 215 W. Col. Ave. 
Reid, Dr. Davis, 225 W. Col. Ave. 
Sipes, Dr. E., 314 W. Court. 
Stacy, Geo., 603 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Thompson, Dr. Perry, 317 W. State. 
Weirich, Dr. W. H., 326 W. State. 
Wolfe, Dr. J. M., 37% S. Side Square. 

PLANING MILL 

South Side Planing Mill, 1009 S. East. 
Crawford Planing Mill, 212 E. North. 

PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS 

Brady Bros. Hardware Co., 45-47 S. Side 

Square. 

Gay, Geo. S., 209-211 S. Sandy. 
Graham Hardware Co., 238 N. Main. 
Mann, Wm. E., 719 Pearl. 
Rodrigues, Geo., 231 "W. Court. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Johns, Wm., 37% S. Side Square. 
McDougal, F. E., 7 Hockenhull Bldg. 
Mollenbeck & MeCiillough, 6 Duncan 

Bldg. 

Speith, Otto, 17% W. Side Square. 
Vieria Bros., 237% E. State. 

PIANOS AND PIANO PLAYERS 

Brown Piano Co., W. T., 19 S. Side 

Square. 

Johnson, J. Bart, 49 S. Side Square. 
Sheppard, Chas. A., 203 W. Morgan. 

PIANO TUNERS 

Bolton, Fred W., 703 S. Diamond. 
Hitte, L. F., 515 N. Prairie. 
Jackson, Wm. H., 843 S. Church. 
Sheppard, Chas., 1201 S. East. 

PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING 

Andre & Andre, 46-50 N. Side Square. 
Dickason Decorating Co., 314 W. State. 
Mallen, J. J. & Son, 207 S. Sandy. 
Pearson, W. B., 213% W. Morgan. 



POULTRY 

Birdsell & Acree, 213 S. Main St. 
Dyer, Miss Beulah, 717 S. Diamond. 
Frye, H. E. & Co., 509 N. Main. 
Hatfield, C. L. & Co., 214-218 S. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Swift & Co., 508 N. Main. 
Swaby, C. H., 565 Pine. 

PREMIUMS 

Sperry Hutchinson Co., 324 E. State. 

PLUMBERS 

Gause, Bernard, 225 E. State St. 
Jacksonville Plumbing Co., 316 W. State. 
Schureman, C. C., 306 E. State. 

PRINTERS 

Bunce, I. M. & Co., 211 E. Morgan. 
Graphic Arts Concern, 220 W. Morgan. 
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Jacksonville Journal, 235 W. State, 
bong, John K., 213 W. Morgan. 
Magill, L. G., 227% E. State. 
Roach Press, 308 E. State. 

PRODUCE 

Birdsell & Acree Produce Co., 213 S. 

Main. 

Cannon Produce Co., 222 Sandy. 
Swift & Co., 508 N. Main. . 

PUMPS 

Belzer, Geo. E., 1153 S. Clay Ave. 
Brady Bros. Hdw. Co., 45-47 S. Side 

Square. 

Clements, J. H., 1300 S. Clay Ave. 
Fox, P. W., (Pat.), 111-113 S. West. 
Gay, Geo. S., 209-211 S. Sandy. 
Gause, Bernard, 225 E. State St. 
Hall Bros., 235-237 S. Main. 
Hosp, Jacob, 357 E. North. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-236 

W. Court. 

Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

REAL ESTATE 

Ayers, Walter & A. F., 232 y 2 W. State. 
Buckthorpe, Tom H., 237 % W. State. 
Doane, L. S., 207 W. State. 
Erixon, S. T., W. Side Square. 
Hodgson & Tedferd, 212% W. State. 
Hook, M. C. & Co., 605 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 

Johnston Agency, 110 S. West. 
Keating, Ed., 62% E. Side Square. 
McCullough, J. M., 211% E. State. 
Morgan County Abstract Co., 232% W. 

State. 

Perry, Lyman B., Grand Hotel. 
Smith & Dewees, 307 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Story, C. H., 303 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Upham, B. R., 28% N. Side Square. 

RENDERING WORKS 
Jacksonville Reduction Co., 207 W. 

Laf. Ave. 

RESTAURANTS 

Baty Cafe, 223 E. State. 
Benson, H. H., 18 W. Side Square. 
Benson, J. D., 28 N. Side Square. 
Branum, Robert, 209 E. Court. 
Cannon, Chas. G., 519 E. State. 
Couitas, Sam I., 211 N. Sandy. 
Davis, Henry, 228 W. Morgan. 
DeSilva, Chas., 307 W. State. 
Hall's Cafe, 207-209 W. Morgan. 
Hoffman's Lunch Room, 609 E. State. 
Keating, D. M., 38 N. Side Square. 
Kellogg, Amos W., 138 Illinois Ave. 
Peacock Inn, 25 S. Side Square. 
Star Cafe, 30 N. Side Square. 
Wabash Hotel, 342 W. Laf. Ave. 
New Pacific Cafe, 236 E. State St. 
Grand Cafe, Grand Opera House. 
Veitch, Wm. E., 402 Ayers Bank Bldg. 
Wiswell, G. T. & Son, 401 Ayers Bank 

Bldg. 
Smith & Dewees, 307 Ayers Bank Bldg. 

ROOFING 

Andrews Lumber Co., F. J., 320 N. 

Main. 
Brady Bros. Hardware Co., 45-47 S. 

Side Square. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Guy, Geo. S., 209-11 S. Sandy. 
LaCrosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 
South Side Planing Mill, 1009 S. East. 
Sweeney, D. E., 400 N. Clay. 



RUG MFG. & CLEANERS 

Ham, Frank, 922 N. Main St. 
Jacksonville Rug Mfg. Co., 850 W. 

Chambers St. 
Moore Rug Co., 871 N. Main St. 

SALT 

Brook Mills, 501 S. Main. 
Cain, J. H. & Sons, 223 W. Laf. Aye. 
LaCrosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
McNamara Heneghan Co., 300 N. Main. 

SANATORIUMS 

Kenniebrew Sanitorium, 323 W. Mor- 
gan. 

Norbury Sanitorlums, 806 S. Diamond. 
Norbury Sauitorlums, 1729 Mound Ave. 
Oak Lawn Retreat, E. Morton Road. 

SAND AND GRAVEL, 

Andrews Lumber Co., F. J., 320 N. 

Main. 
Crawford Lumber Co., 318 N. Mauvais- 

terre. 

Fernandes & Son, 440 N. Clay. 
LaCrosse Lumber Co., 401 S. Main. 
Sweeney, D. E., 400 N. Clay. 

SEEDS 

Brady Bros. Hardware, 45 S. Side 

Square. 

Hall Bros., 235 S. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-234 

E. Court. 

SEWING MACHINES 

Singer Co., 214 S. Sandy St. 

SHEET METAL, WORKS 

Brady Bros. Hardware, 45-47 S. Side 

Square. 

Brennan, Jos. F., 217 S. Sandy St. 
Fangust, G. A., 214 N. Main. 
Gay, Geo. E., 209 S. Sandy. 
Miller & Sehy, 215 E. Court. 
Johnson & Hackett, E. Side Square. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

SHEET MUSIC 

Brown, J. P., 19 S. Side Square. 
Johnson, J. Bart, 49 S. Side Square. 
Woolworth, F. C., S. Side Square. 

SHOE REPAIRS 

Burke, Michael, 210 N. Mauvaisterre. 
Burton, L. L., 223 W. Morgan. 
Hopper & Sons, S. E. cor. Square. 
Hornbeck, 211 N. Main. 
Mathis, Kamm & Shibe, 54 N. Side 

Square 

Shadid, J. A., 206 E. State. 
Underwood, Howard C., 223 S. Main. 

SHOES 

Busgert, Joseph, 26 N. Side Square. 
Hopper & Son, S. E. cor. Square. 
McGinnis, Jas. & Co., 62 E. Side Square. 
Mathia, Kamm & Shibe, 54 N. Side 

Square. 
Smart Shoe Store, Farrell Bldg. Bsmt. 

SIGN PAINTERS 

Achenbash, Tellis, 215 N. Sandy. 
Benson, Wm. G., 218 S. Sandy. 
Caywood, Lloyd, 214 N. Main. 

SPORTING GOODS 

Brady Bros., 45-47 S. Side Square. 

Brennan, J. F., 217 S. Sandy. 

Gay, Geo. E., 209 S. Sandy. 

Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 



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STATIONERS 

Armstrong Drug Stores, 201 W. Morgan. 
City Drug & Book Store, 35 S. Side 

Square. 
Coover & Shreve, 7 W. Side Square and 

66 E. Side Square. 
North Side Drug Store, 44 N. Side 

Square. 

Richards & Ezard, 59 E. Side Square. 
Waddell, F. J. & Co., 52-55 S. Side 

Square. 

STOCK FOOD 

Allcott, L. P., 60 E. Side Square. 

Brook Mills, 501 S. Main. 

Coover & Shreve, 7 W. Side Square. 66 

E. Side Square. 
Gilbert, M. E., 237 W. State. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 
McNamara-Heneghan Co., 300 N. Mam. 

STOCK SCALES 

Hall Bros., 235-237 N. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., W. Court. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

STORAGE BATTERIES 

Holkenbrink, B. J., 216 N. Main. 

111. Tire & Vulcanizing Co., 313 W. State. 

STOVES AND RANGES 

Andre & Andre, 46-50 N. Side Square. 
Brady Bros., 45-47 S. Side Square. 
Graham Hdwe., 238 N. Main. 
Hudgin, C. E., Furniture Co., 229 S. 

Main. 

Johnson & Hackett, 63 E. Side Square. 
Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

TAILORS 

Carlson & Schell, 18% W. Side Square. 
Correa, Frank U., 229 % W. State. 
Paris, 

Frankenberg, C. V., 215 E. State. 
Harrle, Geo., 42% N. Side Square. 
Jacksonville Tailoring Co., 233 E. State. 
Johnson, Herman, 233% W. State. 
Larson, Alfred, 209 N. Main. 
Mehner, Herman F., 215% S. Main. 
Muelhausen, Bros., 215 S. Sandy. 
Muelhausen, Geo., 214 S. Main. 
Muelhausen, Otto, 1038 S. East. 
Sommers, Christ, 212% N. Main. 
Walsh, T. M., 331 W. State. 
Weihl, Abe, 15 W. Side Square. 

TEA, COFFEE AND SPICES 

Jewel Tea Co. 

Schrag & Cully, 212 W. State. 
Vannier China & Coffee House, 232 W. 
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TENTS AND AWNINGS 

Andre & Andre, 46 N. Side Square. 
Massey, Clarence B., 230 W. Court. 

TILE MFG. 

Jacksonville Tile Co., 721 E. Henry. 

TINNERS 

Brady Bros., 45-47 S. Side Square. 

Brennan, Jos. F., 217 S. Sandy. 

Fangust, G. A., 214 N. Main. 

Guy, Geo. S., 209-211 S. Sandy. 

Smith, H. L. & B. W., 43 S. Side Square. 

Johnson & Hackett, 61 E. Side Square. 

TIRES 

Brauer & Jenson, 116 N. East. 

Cassell, R. T., 8 W. Side Square. 

111. Tire & Vulcanizing Co., 313 W. 

State. 

Jacksonville Auto Co., 315 E. State. 
Priest, C. N., 418 W. State. 

TOILET GOODS 

Allcott, Lee P., 60 E. Side Square. 
Armstrong; Drug; Store, 201 W. Morgan 

and 235 E. State. 
City Drug & Book Store, 35 S. Side 

Square. 
Coover & Shreve, 7 W. Side Square and 

66 E. Side Square. 
Gilbert, M. E., 237 W. State. 
Long's Pharmacy, 71 E. Side Square. 
i.nl > -l):i vi.s Drug; Co., 44 N. Side Square. 
Waddell, F. J. & Co., 52-55 S. Side 

Square. 

TRACTION ENGINES 

Hall Bros., 237 S. Main. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 

TYPEWRITERS 

Laning, T. P., 216 W. State. 

UNDERTAKERS 

i. i llh am. \v. w., 226 W. State. 
O'Donnell, John H., 304 E. State. 
Reynolds, J. G., 225 W. State. 
Williamson & Cody, 222 E. State. 

UPHOLSTERERS 

Johnson, Hackett & Guthrie, 63 E. Side 
Square. 

j. Clarence B., 230-230% W. Court. 



VEHICLES 

Fox, P. W., 111-113 S. West. 
Hall Bros., 235-237 S. Main. 
Jacksonville Farm Supply Co., 232-236 

W. Court. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 



CLARENCE B. MASSEY 

Tents and Awnings 

Upholstering and Mattresses Wagon and Stack Covers 

and Porch Curtains 

Illinois Phone 265 
230 W. Court Street JACKSONVILLE, ILL. 



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VETERINARIANS 
Carter, Sylvester J., 112 W. Col. 
Scott, Chas. E., 239 N. Main. 
Varbles. Perry, 239 N. Main. 
Webster, Harry, 220 S. East. 
Willerton, Tom, 220 S. East. 

VULCANIZING 

111. Tire & Vulcanizing Co., 313 W. 

State. 

Jacksonville Auto Co., 316-317 E. State. 
Modern Garage, 210-216 W. Court. 

WAGON MAKERS 

Ingram, Andrew, 209 W. North. 
McDougall, P. C., 214 N. West. 



WALL PAPER 

Banks, Anderson, 320 S. Main. 
Dickason Decorating Co., 314 W. State. 
Gause, J. B., 220 S. Sandy. 
Hammond, H. J. & Co., 208 S. Main. 
Large, J. R., 302 W. Morgan. 
Mann, Wm. E., 719 Pearl. 
Mullen, J. J. & Sons, 207 S. Sandy. 
Rodrigues, Geo., 231 W. Court. 
Smith, Fred K, 120 E. Morton. 



WIND MILLS 

Clements, J. H., 1300 S. Clay Ave. 
Hall Bros., 235-237 S. Main. 
Martin Bros., 302 N. Sandy. 



Scott County Business Directory 



ALSEY 

Alsey' Brick & Tile Co. 

Boots, Matt Harness & Hardware 

Bowman, Dr. C. S Surgeon 

Bowman, Dr. C. W Physician 

McLaughlin Mining Co., The Coal 

Pf enninger, H General Store 

Ross, C. W Restaurant 

Wills, G. B Grain 

Woodall, S. A Meats & Groceries 

BLUFFS 

Andre & Andre Furniture 

Arundel, G. W Livery & Coal 

Baird, A. W General Store 

Bank of Bluffs. 

Beird, E. D Publisher 

Burrus & Co General Store 

Corbridge, H Baker 

Curtis, F. T Drugs 

Day, Dr. H. L Physician 

Doyle, W. J Grocer & Notions 

Evans, Dr. C. A Physician 

Geisenborfer & Son Meats 

Gray's Millinery Store (not inc.) 

Green, W. H. & Son 

Hardware & Furniture 

Halpin, Sylvester Confectioner 

Hullinger & Son Blacksmiths 

Hunter, Allen & Co Lumber 

Kilpatrick, -H. D Undertaker 

Korty, John E Jewelry 

Knoeppel, Victor General Store 

Likes, J. E General Store 

Moore, H. D Hotel 

Mueller, Wm. G Poultry 

National Elevator Co. 
Oakes, Royal... Agricultural Implements 
Pine, John M. .Agricultural Implements 
Priest Motor Co Garage 



Ran ft, Edward. Hardware & Implements 

Ritter & Pine Feed & Fuel 

Reese, Dr. G. W Dentist 

Sisson, Geo. W General Store 

Stanton, Roy Restaurant 

EXETER 

Berry, Roy Grocer 

Brackett, R. T Blacksmith 

Botterbusch, Wm. D. Jr.. General Store 

Rankin, Wm Restaurant 

Stewart, Dr. J. H Physician 

GLASGOW 

Blair & McEvers General Store 

Cowper, Benj General Store 

Drummond, A. Mfr. Brooms 

Gray Eros.. .Blacksmiths & Implements 

Hazelrigg, B 

Blacksmith & Wheelwright 

Howard, Alex Grocer 

MANCHESTER 

Chapman, C. D General Store 

Farmers & Traders Bank 

(F. F. Clark, President) 

Fox, J. H., & Son Furniture, etc. 

Goacher, Bert Barber 

Heaton, Chas. S., & Bro 

Hardware & Lumber 

Heaton, J. M General Store 

Hudson Bros Grocers 

Leighton, Geo. M Poultry & Eggs 

Matthews, G. W Livery 

Mekrhoff, Loyal A Lawyer 

Robson, John Blacksmith 

Smith, Chas General Store 

Travis & Son . . . . Hardware & Harness 
Weis, Dr. J. W Physician 



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MERRITT 

Christman, E. B 

General Store and Postmaster 

Merritt Farmers' Elevator Co 

NAPLES 

Bartholomew, Mrs. N Confectionery 

Haley, John General Store 

Hatfield, K. B Confectionery 

Hatfield, W. E Coal, Hay, etc. 

Hatfield & Son. Grocer & Confectionery 

Mayes, Joseph General Store 

Quintal, C. E General Store 

Smith-Heppen Co Grain 

Tash, Mrs. L. M Confectionery 

Welch, Chas Grocer 

RIGGSTON 

Funk, A. J Implements 

Green, J. W General Store 

WINCHESTER 

Balisley,* E. L General Store 

Berry, Jos Grocer, etc. 

Clark, G. A Junk & Poultry 

Clark, W. B Grocer, etc. 

Claywell, T. J General Store 

Cowper, Will Shoemaker 

Crabtree, J. M Grocer 



H. & E. F. Hunter 



A. C. Allen 



Hunter Allen & Co. 

FUIX LINE OF 

BUILDING MATERIAL 

Lumber, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 

Lime, Cement, Tile, Sewer Pipe, 

Galvanized Valleys and 

Ridge Rolls 

Estimates furnished free 

If we haven't got what you want 

we will get it for you 




We sell and rec- 
ommend the fol- 
lowing Triple-G 
goods : 



Best Brands Cement Always in 

Stock 

Beaver Board 
Barrett's Felt Roofing: and 

Shingles 

Perfection Gates 
Glide and Rollnway Barn Door 

Track and Hangers 



BLUFFS 



ILLINOIS 



Established April 1, 1874 



Farmers & Traders Bank 

MANCHESTER, ILLINOIS 

Capital - $10,000.00 

Individual Responsibility - 300,000.00 

Banking in all its Departments 

The Farmers and Traders Bank appreciates and solicits the 
business of farmers 



I F. F. CLARK, President E. L. MAINE, Cashier 

I J. M. HEATON, Vice-President E. O. HESS, Asst. Cashier 



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CITY DRUG STORE 

R. R. GASEN, Druggist 

The Store of Service 

Order by Telephone and receive 
goods by Parcel Post 




We sell and rec- 
ommend the fol- 
lowing: Trfple-G 
goods : 



"Nyal Remedies 

Colgate's Perfumes, Toothpaste 

and Soaps 
Pebeco Toothpaste 
Mentholatum 
Tycofleld Thermometers 
B. & B. Absorbent Cotton and 

Dressings 

Hind's H. & A. Cream 
Pompeian Massage Cream 
Woodbury Facial Soap 
Palm Olive and Ivory Soap 
Mennen's and Red Cross 

Talcum Powder 
Sterno Canned Heat 



Complete line of Fresh Drugs 

and Chemicals. Poultry 

and Stock Remedies 

WINCHESTER ILLINOIS 



FROST & 
HUBBARD 

Bankers 

Established in 1 867 

R. W. FROST 
J. W. FROST 
E. J. FROST 

C B. HUBBARD 

WINCHESTER ILL. 



Danner, C. M 

Undertaker & Embalmer 

Dill, R. F., & Co Grocer 

Farmers' Lumber Co. (J. R. King, Mgr.) 

Path, Wm. F Meats 

Frost's Sons, R Drugs, etc. 

Frost & Hubbard Bankers 

Funk & McKeene Lawyers 

Gasen, R. R Drugs 

Gauges, P Blacksmith 

Grady & Lawson Blacksmiths 

Hainsfurther, Sol Shoes & Millinery 

Hainsfurther Bros Clothing 

Hazelrigg, Chas. A 56- xo-cent Store 

Hazelrigg & Hart Blacksmiths 

Henson, J. D Blacksmith 

Henson & Land Blacksmiths 

Hieronymus Bros Grain & Coal 

Higgins, M. E., & J. A Books, etc. 

Hunter-Allen & Co Lumber 

Kuechler, Wm. C i~^'~.~ 

Stoves, Tin & Furniture 

Longnecker, Geo. F Jewelry 

McCarthy, H. A Plumber 

McCaulefy, A. L Hotel 

McLaughlin, Hardin ;. 

Restaurant & Confectioner 

Mader, Grant : Peed & Flour 

Markillie, Arthur T ;;;Y/" 

Blacksmith & Wallpaper 

Markillie, Fred '.'*&*" 

Markillie, John ^..Furniture & Stoves 

Markville & Ulery Tailors 

Mason, Frank Harness 

Metzger, George Meats 

Mosher, W. W Photographer 

Munze, C Grocer & Baker 

Neat, Condit & Grout Bankers 

Nelson, P. R Publisher Times 

Notson, O Jewelry Repairer 

Owings, Geo. W... Grocer, Notions, etc. 

Parks & Hamilton Marble 

Pieper, H '&**" 

Pieper & Co Implements & Vehicles 

Priest, C. N *; G , a . ra9e 

Richardson & Coultras Millinery 

Rohrig, E Racket Store 

Roosa, W. S 

Restaurant & Confectioner 

Sappington, M. W : 

Undertaker & Pianos 

Shul'l, Arley Plumber 

Sibert, C. A Grocer 

Smith, E. D Mfr. & Jobber Cigars 

Smith, Geo. C Grocer & Bakery 

Smith, P. D Tailor 

Southwell, Wm. M 

Grocer & Hardware 

Sperry, ' R. H Publisher 

Stehman, J. F Tailor 

Sweet Bros. Garage 

Thomas, Geo. E Livery & Feed 



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Thompson & Ryan Grocer &r Coal 

Townsend & Colling Furniture, etc. 

Vannier & Mills Garage 

Waters, F. R Mfr. Cigars 

Waters, W. H Wagonmaker 

Watt, D. D. & Co. . . .Dry Goods, etc. 

Wieser, S. L , Jewelry 

Wilson Sisters 

Millinery & Furnishings 

Winchester Farmers' Elevator & Mer- 
cantile Co. 
Woodall, Carl . . . Confectioner & Cigars 

Woodall, W. I Soda Water 

Fletcher, Dr. H. H Physician 

Bringle, Dr. G. C Physician 

Rielly, Dr. Wm. O Physician 

Straight, Dr. G. M Physician 

Eckman, Dr. J. W Physician 

Day, Dr. L. R Physician 

Riggs, J. M. & R. M Lawyers 



Callans, Jas Lawyer 

Priest, T. J Lawyer 

Donough, Dr. M. T. M Dentist 

Dace, Dr. J. W Dentist 

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A live store managed by a progressive merchant is worth a good deal 
to any country town or country community. When you find such a 
merchant, encourage him with your friendship and your patronage. 
By doing this you will help make your community a better place to 
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ESTABLISHED IN 1858 



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Mary times you have read an advertisement in Prairie Farmer of 
something you would like to buy, but you did not know where to find 
the store that sold it. You decided to look for this article when you 
were next in town and you tried several stores without finding it. Then 
you gave up in disgust. A two-cent stamp or a postcard addressed to 
the manufacturer saying "Please advise me who handles your goods in 
my town. If you have no dealer in my town, give me the name and 
address of your nearest dealer", would get you accurate information by 
return mail. Try it. It works and saves time. 




Winchester High School, Winchester, 111. 

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Morgan County Automobile Owners' Directory 

(This List Includes Farm Automobile Owners Only) 



Name Make Postoffice 

Abernathy, J. N. Oakland Concord, R. 1 

Acorn, Arthur Ford Chapin, R. 3 

Adams, Fred Saxon Alexander, R. 1 

Adkins, John Jordon, Marmon and 

Ford Prentice 

Alderson, Henry Dodge Chapin, R. 3 

Alderson, John E. Buick Chapin, R. 1 

Alford, Ernest Lexington Franklin, R. 1 
Alhorn, Henry Reo Meredosia 

Allen, Thos. McFarland Six, 

Jacksonville, R. 1 

Aring, M. Velie Chapin, R. 2 

Arnold, Amos D. Chalmers Jacksonville, R. 6 
Arnold, J. W. White Arnold 

Ator, Ashford Ford Concord, R. 1 

Aiifdenkamp, Chas. H. 

Cadillac Chapin, R. 1 

Bacon, A. J. White Jacksonville, R. 3 
Baker, Vernon Dodge and Cadillac 

Murrayville 

Baptist, F. H. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 7 

Barber, Alfred Ford Woodson, R. 1 

Barber, Thos. F. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 

Barbre, W. M. Buick Jacksonville, R. 2 

Barker, Thos. Maxwell Murrayville, R. 4 

Barrows, W. E. Jeffery Jacksonville, R. 5 
Bateman, C. L. Ford Waverly, R. 35 

Bateman, Jesse T. Saxon Waverly, R. 1 
Bateman, R. C. Maxwell Literberry 

Becker, Henry Ford Concord, R. 1 

Bedingfield.W.E. Studebaker Chapin, R. 3 

Beekman, Geo. S. Chevrolet Jacksonville, R. 5 
Beekman, J. B. Ford Pisgah 

Beeley, Grover T. Chevrolet Meredosia, R. 1 

Bender, G. W. Buick Alexander, R. 1 
Berchtold, Mrs. Theo. 

Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 

Bergschneider, A. Lexington Alexander, R. 1 
Bergschneider, J. G. 

McFarland and Ford 

Franklin, R. 3 
Bergschneider, J. R. 

Ford Alexander, R. 1 

Bermaster, G. H. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 
Black, Chas. S. Reo and Buick 

Jacksonville, R. 4 

Black, Geo. W. Ford New Berlin, R. 31 

Black, J. R. Stevens and Duryea 

Jacksonville, R. 8 

Bland, Geo. Ford Franklin, R. 3 

Bland, P. Ford Franklin, R. 3 

Boston, Louis Dodge Alexander, R. 1 

Bourn, Carl E. Maxwell Sinclair, R. 1 

Bourn, R. E. Ford Woodson, R. 1 

Bourn, Wm. Ford Jacksonville, R. 8 

Bourn, W. Earl Ford Jacksonville, R. 3 

Boyd, Thos. B. Mitchell Jacksonville, R. 3 

Broker, Aug. Henry Prentice, R. 1 

Braner, Chester Ford Jacksonville, R. 4 

Braner, Fred Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 

Braner, Henry Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 



Name Make 

Braswell, Thos. F. 

Maxwell 

Brockhouse, A. Overland 
Brockhouse, A. Chevrolet 
Brockhouse, Ellis E. 

Ford 
Brockhouse, Louis 

Ford 

Brown, Geo. Paige 

Brown, Geo. P. Buick 
Brown, John A. Jeffery 
Brown, J. F. Ford 

Brunk, Geo. W. Maxwell 



Postoffice 

Chapin, R. 3 

Concord, R. 1 

Chapin, R. 3 

Chapin, R. 1 

Chapin, R. 1 

Franklin, R. 1 

Concord, R. 1 

Alexander, R. 1 

Concord, R. 1 

Concord, R. 1 



Burmeisterjohn Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 8 

Burnett, H. R. Michigan Waverly, R. 1 

Burnett, S. W. Ford Waverly, R. 1 

Burns, Thos. A. Dodge Woodson, R. 1 

Burrus, A. Ford Arenzville, R. 1 

Burrus, Ray Ford Arenzville, R. 1 

Burrus, Wilber Ford Arenzville, R. 1 

Burrus, Wm. Reo Arenzville, R. 1 

Burrus, W. G. Reo Meredosia, R. 1 

Bush, T. N. Abbott-Detroit 

Murrayville, R. 4 

Busher, Louise Reo Meredosia, R. 1 

Butcher, Harry Reo Prentice, R. 1 

Butler, John S. Ford Woodson, R. 1 

Butler, L. O. Ford Ashland 

Cain, Austin F. Buick Jacksonville, R. 6 
Cain, Thos. R. Overland Jacksonville 

Calhoon, Geo. Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Calhoun, A. M. Maxwell Franklin, R. 2 

Carls, Arthur Ford Arenzville, R. 1 

Carpenter, A. N. Ford Jacksonville, R. 8 

Carter, E. R. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 7 

Casey, John F. Dodge Woodson, R. 1 

Challans, Wm. Ford Franklin, R. 1 

Challans, W. S. Ford Waverly, R. 1 

Challeng, W. C. Ford Waverly, R. 1 

Challiner, H. Maxwell Chapin, R. 3 

Clampit,Chas. W. Cadillac Jacksonville, R. 7 

Clark, E. L. Inter- State Literberry,- R. 1 

Cleary, Jeffrey Allen Jacksonville, R. 7 
Cleary, M. E. Studebaker 

Jacksonville, R. 1 

Cockin, Geo. C. Oakland Alexander, R. 1 

Cockin, John P. Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 

Coe, Mark R. Ford Jacksonville, R. S 

Collins, Albert Kissel Waverly, R. 2 
Collins, Edw. S. Jeffery Prentice 
Corington, John B. 

Overland Prentice, R. 1 
Coulson, Geo. H. Hudson Six and 

Ford Chapin, R. 2 

Coulson, I. R. Overland Chapin, R. 2 
Coultas, O. C. Hudson and Dodge 

Winchester, R. 5 

Cowdin, Chas. H. Hupmobile Chapin, R. 3 

Cox, A. W. Ford Franklin, R. 3 

Cox, Oliver Overland Franklin, R. 2 

Craig, Wm. T. Mitchell Jacksonville, R. 5 



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FLJ.RODGERS^ 

CASE TRACTORS iJS All Sizes 
LALLEY LIGHT SfilS Every Farm 

The Bali-Bearing Electric Lighting Plant for Farms 



ACC . E Sll,I's RES 




FORD SERVICE STATION 

Wind Mills, Pumps and Tanks 

While it may be that you 
would install Lalley-Light 
primarily for the benefits 
and economies of electric 
light, the installation would 
put at your command an 
exhaustless supply of elec- 
tricity for other purposes. 
If you do not have running water in the house now, for 
instance, Lalley-Light would provide the power to operate 
a pump that would force water wherever you provided a 
water pipe. 

Complete outfit consists of engine, dynamo, magneto, 

mounted on iron base; switchboard wired ready for light 

wires ; fuel tank, water tank 

with hose for connecting 

same; Willard Storage Bat- 

teries (16 cells), charged 

ready for immediate use; 

full and complete directions 

for setting up and operat- 

ing; boxed f. o. b. Detroit. 

WAVERLY, ILL. 




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Name Make Postoffice 


Name Make Postoffice 


Crain, N. H. Overland Woodson, R. 1 


Gaddis, Jas. T. Buick Concord, R. 1 


Crawford, J. W. Ford Franklin, R. 2 


Gaines, Chas. T. Ford Jacksonville, R. 8 


Crawford, Luther Ford Franklin, R. 3 


Garfield, H. F. Ford Murrayville, R 3 


Creed, Walter S. Maxwell Prentice 


Gerhardt, D. Ford New Berlin, R! 30 


Cromwell, S. O. Reo Jacksonville, R. 3 


German, J. L. Mitchell Jacksonville, R. 2 


Crum, Albert Cadillac and Ford 


Gibbs, C. H. Mitchell Jacksonville, R! 2 


Literberry, R. 1 


Gibson & Hawker Studebaker Franklin, R' 1 


Crum, W. H. Ford Literberry, R. 1 


Giger, David Buick Arenzville! R. 1 


Cully, John A. Case Jacksonville, R. 5 


Gilbert, C. A. Overland Jacksonville, R. 1 


Curry, Albert E. Oldsmobile Pisgah 


Goff, Edw. Cole Eight Prentice, R. 1 


Curry, A. A. White Pisgah 


Goldstein, A. Ford Alexander, R. 1 




Goodpasture, R. P. 


Dahman, H. Studebaker Franklin, R. 3 


Maxwell Arenzville, R. 2 


Dahman, Wm. Jeffery Ashland, R. 1 


Gorman, Dan Ford Waverly, R 1 


Dannerberger, W. F. 


Goveia, Geo. M. Overland Jacksonville! R. 4 


Maxwell Orleans 


Goveia, L. Ford Jacksonville, R! 4 


Barley, S. Buick Jacksonville, R. 5 


Graff, John Jeffery and Ford 


Daubard, Henry Ford Sinclair, R. 1 


Prentice, R, 1 


Davis, C. C. Ford Jacksonville, R. 6 


Graves, T. O. Ross Eight 


Davis, C. E. & Son 


Jacksonville, R. 1 


Ford Jacksonville, R. 6 


Graves, W. S. McFarland 


Davis, S. E. Buick Jacksonville, R. 6 


Jacksonville, R. 7 


Deere, Geo. R. Ford Franklin, R. 1 


Gray, Fred Ford Murrayville, R. 4 


Deere, T. W. Overland Franklin, R. 1 


Guinane, Jas. Overland Chapin, R. 2 


Deitrick, Geo. Cadillac Concord, R. 1 




Deterding, Geo. Buick Concord, R. 1 


Hacker, Geo. Ford Concord, R. 1 


Detmer.Henry Reo Chapin, R. 1 


Hall.G. E. Chevrolet Jacksonville, R. 2 


Devine, Frank Ford Jacksonville, R. 6 


Hamilton, A. L. Ford Franklin 


Dickinson, O. R. Chevrolet Winchester, R. 5 


Hamilton, Harry Maxwell Franklin, R. 3 


Dinwiddie, H. W. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 


Hamilton, O. P. Mitchell Chapin,' R. 2 


Dinwiddie, O. G. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 


Hamm, Oliver A. Overland and Ford 


Dobyns, Jas. H. Overland Orleans 


Jacksonville 


Dodd, H. D. Ford Waverly, R. 3 


Haneline, Crit Ford Sinclair, R. 1 


Doolin, W. H. Overland Jacksonville, R. S 


Harris, M. Chevrolet Pisgah 


Douglas, W. E. Studebaker Franklin, R. 1 


Hart, E. E. Rambler and Ford 


Doyle, E. L. Overland Franklin, R. 3 


Sinclair, R. 1 


Duewer, Aug. Dodge Waverly, R. 1 


Hart, Lester L. Rambler and Nash 


Duewer, A. H. Dodge Waverly, R. 1 


Sinclair, R. 1 


Duewer, Edw. Dodge New Berlin, R. 30 


Hayes, A. R. Ford Manchester, R. 1 


Dunlap, G. A. Overland Literberry 


Hayes, John Ford Manchester, R. 1 


Duvendack, J. Wm. 


Haynes, G. B. Ford Franklin, R. 2 


Reo Meredosia, R. 1 


Heaton, B. S. Hupmobile 




Winchester, R. 3 


Eck, F. A. Ford Alexander, R. 1 


Heaton. E. R. Hupmobile 


Eck, John Ford Alexander, R. 1 


Winchester, R. 3 


Eckhoff, Henry Reo Chapin, R. 1 


Heaton, J. G. Case Winchester, R. 3 


Edge, John W. Dodge Waverly, R. 1 


Heffner, Jos. F. White Steamer 


Enrick, Jas. Buick Chapin, R. 3 


Arenzville, R. 1 


Engelbrecht, H. Buick Chapin, R. 2 


Hembrough Bros. Chevrolet Jacksonville, R. 5 


Enke, Chas. Reo Meredosia, R. 1 


Henderson, Perry Ford Literberry, R. 1 


Evans, Edw. G. Maxwell Waverly, R. 1 


Henry, Ernest Ford Murrayville, R. 3 




Henry, Wm. T. I. H. C. Murrayville, R. 4 


Farmer, Edw. Ford Sinclair, R. 1 


Hierman, T. E. Overland Arenzville, R. 1 


Farmer, Mrs. Ida Dodge Prentice, R. 1 


Hills, A. E. Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Fearingbough, Wm. 


Hills, L. Chevrolet Winchester, R. 5 


Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 2 


Hinners, Arthur Ford Meredosia, R. 1 


Fearingbough, W. 


Hinners, Elmer Reo Arenzville, R. 1 


Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 2 


Hinners, Henry Chevrolet Meredosia, R. 1 


Filson, Wm. Auburn Concord, R. 1 


Hinners, Louis E. Reo Meredosia, R. 1 


Fisher, L. P. Ford Waverly, R. 8 


Hinners, P. Ford Meredosia, R. 1 


Flinn, Geo. V. Ford and Jeffery 


Hoagland, John W. 


Prentice, R. 1 


Overland Woodson, R. 1 


Flinn, Newtin Maxwell Prentice, R. 1 


Hodgson, H. E. Reo Ashland, R. 1 


Flynn, T. J. Allen Jacksonville, R. 3 


Holley, Geo. Mitchell Six Arnold 


Foster, Frank R. Jeffrey Alexander, R. 1 


Holley, John Dodge Jacksonville, R. 6 


Fouts, Robert Studebaker Chapin, R. 3 


Holmes, Jas. T. Ross Eight Orleans 


Fricke, Wm. Ford Meredosia, R. 1 


Huppe, Henry Oldsmobile Arenzville.R. 1 


Funk, Montie Halladay Chapin, R. 1 


Hymes, Frank E. Reo Prentice, R. 1 



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Name Make Postoffice 


Name Make Postoffice 


Irlam, J. W. Buick Murray ville, R. 1 


Magill, Chas. S. Chalmers Jacksonville, R. 6 


Isaacs, Henry H. Ford Prentice 


Magill, Lloyd Chalmers Jacksonville, R. 6 


Isaacs, John W. Ford Prentice, R. 1 


Mahon, Jas. F. McFarlane and Jeffery 




Sinclair, R. 1 


Jewsberry, F. H. Chalmers andDetroit 


Mandeville, L. L. Chevrolet Orleans 


Jacksonville, R. 1 


Mason, Wall Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 


Johnson, Evan Jeffery Waverly, R. 1 


Masters, F. M. Chevrolet Winchester, R. 3 


Johnson, Jas. E. Ford Jacksonville, R. 7 


Masters, W. E. Studebaker 


Johnson, Jas. W. Hudson Literberry, R. 1 


Murrayville, R. 1 


Jokisch, Wm. Buick Arenzville, R. 1 


Mathers, Thos. R. Reo Chapin, R. 1 


Jokish, Louis Ford Ashland, R. 1 


Mau, W. Gordon and Ford 


Jones, Mrs. W. S. Bush Jacksonville, R. 1 


Prentice, R. 1 


Joy Edw. F. Cadillac Chapin, R. 3 


Mawson, R. D. Lexington Murrayville, R. 3 


Joy, H. T. Hudson Chapin, R. 3 


Mayes, J. J. Ford Jacksonville, R. 5 


Joy, Jas. S. Studebaker Chapin, R. 3 


McAllister, Clyde Oakland Meredosia, R. 1 




McCormick, J. L. Overland Jacksonville, R. 5 


Keenan, Claude Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 


McCurley, Amos E. 


Kelly, Chas. Overland Franklin, R. 2 


Overland Franklin, R. 1 


Kennedy, J. O. Maxwell Arenzville, R. 2 


McCurley, Wm. E.Overland Murrayville, R. 1 


Kenney, Mrs. D. Ford Franklin, R. 3 


McDevitt, S. H. Jeffery Six Franklin, R. 1 


Kennv, Jas. Ford Alexander, R. 1 


McDonald, Chas. Chalmers Jacksonville, R. 8 


Keplinger, E. C. Ford Waverly, R. 2 
Killam, Denby Ford Jacksonville, R. 1 
Killam, F. S. Oakland Jacksonville, R. 1 


McFadden, Guy Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 
McFarland, A. W. Overland Jacksonville, R. 1 
McGinis, Thos. Ford Arenzville, R. 1 


King, Austin Oldsmobile 


McGinn, Chas. Willys-Knight 


Murrayville, R. 4 


Waverly, R. 2 


Kinnett, Lester Ford Prentice, R. 1 


McKean, Geo. H. Overland Woodson, R. 1 


Kitchen, Jos. Chevrolet 


McKinney, A. B. Jeffery Winchester, R. 5 


Winchester, R. 3 


McKinney, R. S. Ford Chapin, R. 3 


Knisley, C. H. Oakland Alexander, R. 1 


McKinney, Roy B.Oakland Winchester, R. 5 


Kohrs, Henry Overland Franklin, R. 3 


McLamar, Chas. Ford Franklin, R. 1 


Korsmeyer, Wm. F. 


McMahan, Mrs. I. Ford Waverly, R. 2 


Reo Meredosia, R. 1 


McNeely, Edw. Maxwell Franklin, R. 2 


Kumle, Alice G. Ford Alexander 


McNeely, Jas. H. Ford Franklin, R. 2 


Kumle, E. J. Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 


Means, M. C. Haynes Sinclair, R. 1 


Kumle, John C. Overland Alexander, R. 1 


Megginson, A. H. Dodge Jacksonville, R. 2 


Kumle, Wm. F. Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 


Menge, Wm. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 7 


Kumle, W. J. Studebaker Alexander , 


Meyer, Henry C. Overland Jacksonville, R. 7 




Meyer, Louis C. Ford Jacksonville, R. 7 


Lamb, Alfred Ford Murrayville, R. 2 


Miller, John Ford Murrayville, R. 3 
Milliken, C. H. Maxwell Winchester, R. 5 


Lamkular, L. Ford Waverly, R. 3 


Million, J. W. Ford Murrayville, R. 3 


Lane, Virgil Maxwell Arenzville, R. 2 


Moodey, John Maxwell and Little 


Langhary, Frank Mitchell Chapin, R. 1 


Jacksonville, R. 8 


Leach, G. A. Ross Eight 


Moody, Elmer Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 8 


Jacksonville, R. 1 


Mortimer, Wm. McFarlane Six 


Leach, W. L. Ford Jacksonville, R. 1 


Woodson, R. 1 


Leahy, John P. Ford Pleasant Ridge, R. 40 


Mosley, W. H. Ford Franklin, R. 3 


Leak, Leslie Maxwell Franklin, R. 1 


Moss, John A. Stoddard-Dayton 


Leake, Richard Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 7 


Chapin, R. 3 


Leek, Watson Studebaker 


Moss, Lloyd Buick Chapin, R. 3 


Jacksonville, R. 1 


Moy, Daniel White Jacksonville, R. 3 


Lewis, J. Jeffery Ashland, R. 1 


Murphy, P. Ford Alexander, R. 1 


Liming, I. Chevrolet and Ford 


Murphy, Thos. Oakland Concord, R. 1 


Bluffs, R. 1 


Musch, Henry Reo Concord, R. 1 


Lindsay, Jos. H. Ford Jacksonville, R. 8 


Musch, John White Arenzville 


Lippert, H. C. McFarlane Concord, R. 1 


Mutch, J. T. Maxwell Murrayville, R. 3 


Lonergan, J. J. Ford Murrayville, R. 4 
Long, Frank Ford Prentice, R. 1 


Myers, Jas. Dodge Murrayvilje, R. 2 


Long, W. B. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 7 


Nail, Chas. H. Dodge Prentice, R. 1 


Loughary, Martha Maxwell Arenzville, R. 2 


Xarr, E. N. Ford Waverly, R. 1 


Luckeman, Lloyd Buick Jacksonville, R. 3 


Xaylor, Henry Reo Six Arenzville, R. 1 


Lukeman, Albert L. 


Xergenah Sisters Ford Bluffs, R. 1 


Oakland Franklin, R. 3 


Newell, Thos. Ford Ashland, R. 1 


Lukeman, Henry V. 


Xeuman, Geo. Elgin Jacksonville, R. 5 


Ford Franklin, R. 3 


Xewman, Arthur Ford Jacksonville, R. 3 


Lukeman, J. J. Velie Waverly, R. 1 


Newman, John Ford Waverly, R. 1 


Luken, C. A. Jeffery Alexander, R. 1 


Newton, Jay J. Buick Concord, R. 1 


Luken, Otto Dodge Alexander, R. 1 


Nickel, Frank C. Oakland and Ford 


Luttrell, Sherman Ford Waverly, R. 1 


Concord, R. 1 



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Name Make 

Nienhiser, Fred Chevrolet 
Nienhouser, Louis 

Ford 
Nortrup, J. H. Ford 



Nunes, I. J. 

Ogle, Chas. A. 
Ommen, H. i' . 
Osborne, J. E. 

Owens, John 
Oxley, John W. 
Oxley, R. B. 

Oxley, Thos. 
Oxley, Wm. A. 



Reo 



Postoffice 
Chapin, R. 1 

Cuapin, R. 1 

Bluffs, R. 1 

Meredosia, R. 1 



Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 

Studebaker Bluffs, R. 1 
Chevrolet and Buick 

Murrayville 

Chevrolet Chapin, R. 1 

Maxwell Franklin, R. 1 
Studebaker 

Jacksonville, R. 5 

Velie Franklin, R. 1 

Overland Franklin, R, 1 



Paul, Wm. C. Buick Woodson, R. 1 

Perry, Elza Ford Concord, R. 1 
Petefish.A. W. & Son 

Ford and Inter- State 

Literberry 

Petefish, C. C. I. H. C. Literberry, R. 1 

Petefish, G. Ellis Dodge Jacksonville, R. 8 

Petefish, W. H. Ford Literberry, R. 1 

Peters, John Overland Waverly, R. 1 

Pine, Grant S. Overland Bluffs, R. 1 
Pond, Edw. Reo Arenzville 

Pond, Herold Mitchell Arenzville, R. 1 
Potter, Chas. McFarlane Six 

Jacksonville, R. 2 

Pues, Reuben Ford (2) Meredosia, R. 1 

Ransdell, C. D. Ford, National and 

Kissel Franklin, R. 1 
Ransdell, E. C. National and Ford 

Franklin, R. 1 

Ranson, Chas. L. Mitchell Woodson, R. 1 

Ranson, Edw. H. Ford Jacksonville, R. 2 

Ranson, E. A. Michigan Jacksonville, R. 2 

Ranson, H. L. Dodge Jacksonville, R. 2 

Ranson, J. Rex Chevrolet Woodson, R. 1 

Ranson, R. R. Buick Jacksonville, R. 2 

Ratliff, John B. Oldsmobile Concord, R. 1 

Rawlings, Jas. E. Buick Jacksonville, R. 2 

Rawlings, Leslie Ford Franklin, R. 1 

Reaugh, John Ford Murrayville, R. 4 

Rees, Marshall Mitchell Franklin, R. 1 
Rees, Wm. M. Reo and Buick 

Franklin, R. 1 
Rees, Wm. M. Sr. Reo and Buick 

Franklin, R. 1 

Reiser, Louis J. Buick Prentice, R. 1 

Reiser, Martin T. Overland Prentice, R. 1 

Rentschler, S. G. Ford Concord, R. 1 
Rexroat, Alva Oakland and Ford 

Concord, R. 1 

Rexroat, Edw. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 

Rexroat, Lee Buick Concord, R. 1 
Rexroat, W. B. Cadillac Jacksonville 

Reynolds, Chas. E.Oakland Woodson, R. 1 
Reynolds, E. J. Pratt and Elkhart 

Jacksonville, R. 5 

Reynolds, Wm. E. Overland Jacksonville, R. S 

Rhea, John Buick Waverly, R. 2 

Rice, C. E. Arenzville, R. 1 

Rice, C. L. Buick Jacksonville, R. 1 
Richardson, C. R. Reo Orleans 

Richardson, H. H. Buick Jacksonville, R. 1 

Richardson, Wm. Maxwell Ashland, R. 1 

Richardson, W. G.Ford Jacksonville, R. 1 



Name Make Postoffice 

Ridder, H. J. Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 

Ridder, Jos. Ford Alexander, R. 1 

Ridder, S. J. Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 

Rilling, Geo. C. Ford Alexander, R. 1 

Rimby, W. B. Dodge Murrayville, R. 2 

Roach, A. J. Ford Franklin, R. 3 

Roach, C. S. Saxon Franklin, R. 1 

Roberts, J. H. Buick Franklin, R. 2 
Robertson, W. W. Jeffery Prentice 

Robinson, F. J. Ford Murrayville, R. 2 
Robinson, Harrison 

Jeffery and Chevrolet Prentice 

Robinson, H. L. Ford Prentice, R. 1 

Robinson, Joel H. Overland Prentice, R. 1 

Robinson, M. L. Hudson Prentice, R. 1 

Robinson, Roy A. Jeffery Four Prentice, R. 1 

Robinson, R. W. Hudson Sinclair, R. 1 
Roegge, Herman H. 

Reo Meredosia, R. 1 

Roegge, Wm. F. Reo Meredosia, R. 1 

Roles, John Ford Bluffs, R. 1 

Romang, G. Ford Waverly, R. 1 

Rook, James C. . Buick Jacksonville, R. 5 

Rowland, John Ford Waverly, R. 3 
Ruble, George Dodge and Maxwell 

Alexander, R. 1 

Ruble, Milton Ford Alexander, R. 1 

Ruble, Samuel Ford Alexander, R. 1 

Russwinkel, John Chevrolet Arenzville, R. 2 

Ryan, Jerry Buick Six Franklin, R. 2 

Ryan, Lawrence Hudson Six Franklin, R. 3 
Ryan, M. H. Hudson and Ford 

Franklin, R. 3 

Ryan, O. E. Buick Alexander, R. 1 

Ryan, W. A. Ford Franklin, R. 3 

Sample, E. T. Ford Jacksonville, R. 6 
Sanders, C. E. Empire . Concord 
Sanders, Hannah Hupmobile Concord 

Sayre, J. I. Ford Jacksonville, R. 2 

Schirz, Frank Chevrolet Franklin, R. 2 
Schofield, Edw. Ford Waverly 

Scholfield, F. W. Maxwell Winchester, R. S 
Schlieker, Chas. H. 

Reo Meredosia, R. 1 

Schnake, Chas. Overland Meredosia, R. 1 

Schumacher, A. H.Chevrolet Chapin, R. 1 
Schumaker, Mrs. C. 

Hudson Four Chapin, R. 1 

Scott, Harvey D. Mitchell Jacksonville, R. 1 

Scott, S. Lexington Franklin, R. 1 

Scott, Wm. T. Overland Jacksonville, R. 6 

Sears, H. W. R. H. C. Waverly, R. 1 

Sears, I. L. Hupmobile Waverly, R. 1 

Sears, J. B. Maxwell Waverly, R. 1 

Servas, Ernest L. Ford Jacksonville, R. 8 

Sevier. J. W. Ford Waverly, R. 3 

Seymour, Elbert I. H. C. Franklin, R. 2 
Seymour, F. A. Ford Franklin 

Seymour, Geo. W. Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Seymour, Gus Overland Murrayville, R. 4 

Seymour, G. N. Michigan Franklin, R. 2 
Seymour, Harry W. 

Chevrolet Franklin, R. 2 

Seymour, Jas. R. Ford Franklin, R. 1 
Seymour, J. L. Buick Franklin 

Seymour, Leon E. Chevrolet Franklin, R. 2 

Seymour, Lewis Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Seymour, Moses Hupmobile Franklin, R. 2 

Seymour, Samuel Ford Franklin, R. 2 



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Name Make Postoffice 

Seymour, Wallace E. 

Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Seymour, Wm. S. Dodge Franklin, R. 2 

Shanle, Felix Saxon Waverly, R. 1 

Shanle, Frank Ford Waverly, R. 1 
Sheehan, John Fierce-Arrow 

Woodson, R. 1 

Shekelton, Jas. Cadillac Waverly, R. 1 

Sheply, S. Ford Murrayville, R. 3 

Sheppard, C. R. Studebaker Woodson, R. 1 

Sheppard, Luther Studebaker Woodson, R. 1 

Sheppard, S. S. Overland Murrayville, R. 4 

Shirtcliff, L. N. Dodge Jacksonville, R. 2 

Short, C. E. Jeffery Waverly, R. 2 
Simpson, Horace Buick and Ford 

Prentice, R. 1 

Smith, Benj. A. Buick Woodson, R. 1 

Smith, Cree Allen Jacksonville, R. 8 

Smith, Mrs. E. G. Chevrolet Jacksonville, R. 1 

Smith, John H. Maxwell Murrayville, R. 3 

Smith, Marshall Buick Concord, R. 1 

Smith, Melvin O. Ford Concord, R. 1 

Smith, Robert T. Studebaker Woodson, R. 1 

Smith, T. B. Overland Jacksonville, R. 5 

Smith, Walter Crow Woodson, R. 1 

Snyder, G. W. Maxwell Franklin, R. 1 

Sorrell, Ed. Ford Murrayville, R. 4 

Spires, Edgar Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Spires, F. M. Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Spires, Marion Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Spires, Otto Ford Franklin, R. 1 

Stapleton, T. M. Ford Waverly, R. 1 
Starr, Jas. M. Reo and Ford 

Jacksonville, R. 6 

Steiwberg, Riney Reo Meredosia, R. 1 

Stephenson, E. Ford Jacksonville, R. 1 
Stevenson, E. K. Chevrolet Pisgah 

Stevenson, H. C. Buick Jacksonville, R. 6 

Stewart, Henry C. Franklin Jacksonville, R. 6 

Stewart, J. M. Ford Jacksonville, R. 1 

Stice, John M. Oldsmobile Ashland, R. 1 

Story, Edw. C. Maxwell Franklin, R. 1 
Strawn, H. M. Overland Orleans 
Strawn, Joel Jeffery Orleans 

Strawn, J. B. Ford Franklin, R. 3 
Strawn, Mrs. M. E. 

Woods Electric 

Jacksonville, R. 2 

Sturdy, Allan R. Dodge Woodson, R. 1 

Swain, Chas Jeffery Six Prentice, R. 1 



Teele, Chas. E. 
Tendick, G. 
Thomason, A. 
Thompson, Ellis 



Ford 
Thompson, Wm. C. 

Reo 
Empire 



Studebaker Waverly, R. 1 

Buick Six Jacksonville, R. 1 

Cartercar Chapin, R. 3 

H. 

Jacksonville, R. 4 



Titus, Thos. 
Todd, Wiley 
Travis, Thos. C. 
Tribble, F. S. 
Tucker, B. L. 
Tuke, David O. 
Turley, Felix G. 
Turner, Allen 



Jacksonville, R. 3 
Concord 

Overland Jacksonville, R. 1 

Buick Prentice, R. 1 

Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Chevrolet Murrayville, R. 4 

Ford Jacksonville, R. 7 

Maxwell Franklin, R. 3 

Ford Waverly, R. 2 



Uhnken, Albert Glide Chapin, R. 1 

Unland, Roy Chevrolet Meredosia, R. 1 



Name Make 

Van Winkle, Otis Saxon 

Vasey, E. S. Nash 

Vasey, John Ford 

Vasey, R. G. Buick 



Postoffice 

Franklin, R. 3 

Woodson, R. 1 

Jacksonville, R. 1 

Jacksonville, R. 1 



Virgin, L. Z. Lexington Woodson, R. 1 

Visser, Herman Pratt Alexander, R. 1 

Votsmier, T. W. Overland Prentice, R. 1 



Wackarla, Geo 
Wankel, Geo. 
Ward, Daniel 
Ward, Louis 
Ward, Thos. 
Watret, A. G. 
Watson, C. W. 
Watson, F. Tt. 



Studebaker Alexander, R. 1 

Ford Ashland, R. 

Ford Sinclair, R. 

Ford Sinclair, R. 

Chevrolet Ashland, R. 

Ford Prentice, R. 

Mitchell Woodson, R. 1 

Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 2 
Watson, Herbert M. 

Ford Franklin, R. 3 

Watts, Chas, S. Saxon Franklin, R. 3 
Weakly, Thos. Buick Prentice 

Weber, Frank Reo Meredosia, R. 1 

Weber, Henry Velie Meredosia, R. 1 
Webster, Dr. G. O. 

White Murrayville, R. 4 

Weiss, Fred Ford Neeleyville, R. 1 
Welborn, A. H. Studebaker 

Jacksonville, R. 6 

Welch, Thos. Buick Murrayville, R. 4 

Whalen, D. Ford Franklin, R. 1 
Whalen, Mrs. Mary 

Ford Franklin, R. 1 

White, Thomas Ford Waverly, R. 2 
White, W. M. . Ford Murrayville 
Wild, R. T. Halladay Murrayville 

Wilday, Mrs. C. A.National Meredosia, R. 1 

Wilday, Dean Overland Bluffs, R. 1 

Wilday, Guy National Meredosia, R. 1 

Wiley, Noel Ford Alexander, R. 1 
Williams, Clyde H. 

Ford Chapin, R. 2 

Williams, W. C. Halladay Chapin, R. 3 
Williamson, Chas. C. 

Velie Pleasant Plains, R. 40 
Wilson, David Lexington 

Murrayville, R. 3 

Wilson, John R. Overland Franklin, R. 1 
Wilson, J. W. Studebaker 

Jacksonville, R. 2 

Winner, Jas. Velie New Berlin, R. 31 

Winter, Thos. Ford Murrayville, R. 4 

Wiseman, T. L. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 

Wiswell, C. Maxwell Jacksonville, R. 4 
Witker, John H. Jr. 

Reo Meredosia, R. 1 
Wood, Jas. Jr. Ford Waverly 
Woods, Jim Jr. Ford Waverly 

Woods, J. B. Ford Franklin, R. 3 

Woods, J. P. Ford Franklin, R. 3 
Woods, N. Ford Franklin 

Woods, Robt. S. Ford Waverly, R. 3 

Wright, B. Ford Franklin, R. 2 

Wright, C. J. Ford Murrayville, R. 4 

Wyatt, C. M. Reo Six Franklin, R. 2 



Yeck, Mecca 



Hudson Super Six 



Vangundy, Geo. Haynes 



Zachary, S. A. 
Zahn, Oliver 
Zahn, W. R. 
Zeller, H. 


Overland 
Cadillac 
Cadillac 
Overland 


Concord 
Alexander, R. 1 
Arenzville, R. 1 
Concord, R. 1 
Alexander 



Chapin, R. 2 Zeller, Jos. A. Mitchell Four Alexander 



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Scott County Automobile Owners' Directory 

(This List Includes Farm Automobile Owners Only) 



Name Make Postoffice 


Name Make Postoffice 


Adams, C. L. Abbott Winchester, R. 4 


Fitzsimmons, C. Overland Naples, R. 1 


Adams, E. C. Cadillac Winchester, R. 4 


Frost, G. B. Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Adams, W. R. Ford Jacksonville, R. 1 


Fry, Geo. Ford Naples, R. 1 


Albers, F. H. Overland Naples, R. 1 


Funk, Louis C. Cadillac Roodhouse, R. 3 


Albert, Andell Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Funk, Rufus Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Allen, B. P. Hudson Winchester, R. 5 




Anderson, C. N. Dodge Winchester, R. 4 


Gayheart, D. W. Ford Valley 


Atkinson, G. Maxwell Winchester, R. 2 


Gibbs, Robt. Ford Winchester, R. 3 




Gilman, Chas. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Bailey, S. Pullman Winchester, R. 6 


Glassop, Arthur Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Balke, F. H. Buick Winchester, R. 1 


Glassop, A. Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Ball, L. H. Ford Winchester, R. 1 


Gordon, H. L. Cartercar Winchester, R. 3 


Ball, S. Ford Winchester, R. 1 


Gordon, H. S. Cartercar Winchester, R. 3 


Bean, Alvin Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Gordon, J. B. Dodge Winchester, R. 3 


Bean, C. T. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Grady, H. E. Ford Winchester, R. 35 


Bean, J. B. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Grimm, A. G. Ford Roodhouse, R. 6 


Bean, W. F. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Guenther, L. H. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Boes, Hy. Ford Naples, R. 1 




Bolle, Fred Grant Winchester, R. 2 


Hainsfurther, A. Cadillac Winchester 


Botterbusch, R. Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Hamilton, J. E. Buick Winchester, R. 1 


Botterbusch, Wm. Maxwell Bluffs, R. 2 


Hamilton, W. M. Willys-Knight Naples 


Botterbusch, W. D. 


Hardwick, Geo. W. 


Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Pilot Merritt 


Brockhouse, J. D. Ford Chapin, R. 2 


Hardy, C. L. Maxwell Winchester, R. 2 


Buchanan, L. Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Hardy, Wm. J. Ford Winchester 


Burrus, G. W. Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Hart, G. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Bush, Arthur Mitchell Winchester, R. 2 


Hart, Jake Maxwell Winchester, R. 2 




Hasenkamp, Wm. Ford Chapin, R. 2 


Campbell, C. T. Ford Winchester, R. 1 


Haskell, F. Buick Winchester 


Campbell, Edw. Chevrolet Winchester, R. 1 


Hawk, D. C. Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Campell, Norman Hudson Winchester, R. 5 


Hawk, R. A. Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Campbell, S. D. Hupmobile Winchester 


Hayes, Edw. Mitchell Manchester, R. 1 


Carlton, W. M. Reo Winchester, R. 3 


Hierman, G. H. Reo Bluffs, R. 1 


Carter, C. C. & J. B. 


Hogan, W. M. Ford Chapin, R. 3 


Ford Chapin, R. 2 


Hornbeek, Luther Buick Winchester, R. 2 


Chambers, J. O. Chevrolet Naples, R. 1 


Hurrelbrink, J. H. Overland Merritt 


Chrisman, B. F. Ford Merritt 




Chrisman, E. M. Case Jacksonville, R. 1 


Jones, Geo. R. Ford Winchester, R. 6 


Coates, P. A. Overland Winchester, R. 5 


Jones, Warren Birch Winchester, R. 6 


Comerford, Edw. Overland Naples 




Coon, R. S. Ford Florence 
Coultas, B. M. Pullman Winchester, R. 3 
Coultas, Chas. Ford Winchester, R. 3 
Coultas, Grant Hudson Winchester R. 5 
Coultas, Luther Ford 'Winchester, R. 3 


Kilver, Frank Ford Winchester, R. 2 
Kilver, Herman Ford Bluffs 
Kilver, H. H. Reo Naples, R. 1 
Kleinschmidt, Wm. 


Coultas, R. J. Ford Winchester, R. 5 
Coultas, S. J. Ford Jacksonville, R. 1 
Cox, G. H. Overland Naples, R. 1 
Crum, Elmer Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Ford Naples, R. 1 
Knapp, Wm. E. Reo Winchester, R. 2 
Koch, H. H. Chevrolet Chapin, R. 2 
Krueger, Hy. Chevrolet Winchester, R. 1 


Cuddy, B. L. Ford Roodhouse. R. 3 






Lakamp, Gust. Packard Jacksonville, R. 1 


Dahman, J. F. Buick Winchester, R. 3 


Landreth, Edw. Chevrolet Winchester 


Dawson, M. M. Buick Winchester, R. 2 


Lashmet, Geo. Ford Winchester, R. S 


Day, W. G. Ford Winchester, R. 6 


Lawless, J. D. Ford Murrayville, R. 1 


Doyle, J. J. Paige Winchester, R. 6 


Lawson, A. Ford Winchester, R. 1 


Doyle, R. E. Ford Winchester, R. 1 


Lawson, J. H. Ford Bluffs, R. 2 




Leach, Ed. T. Mitchell Winchester, R. 5 


Emmons, Walter L. 


Leib, Justin Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Metz Merritt 


Likes, R. E. Ford Naples, R. 1 


Evans, Robt. Ford Winchester, R. 1 


Lynch, Mrs. Thos.Df dge Jacksonville, R. 1 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, SCOTT COUNTY 



Name Make Postoffice 


Name Make Postoffice 


Marsh, H. J. Pratt Naples, R. 1 


Price, W. H. Ford Naples, R. 1 


Martin, T. B. Buick Winchester, R. 1 




Mayes, Wm. Ford Bluffs 


Quintal, C. Moline Universal 


McAsey, Edw. Saxon Winchester, R. 6 


Winchester, R. 6 


McCaleb, C. Spalding and Ford 




Bluffs, R. 1 


Ratigan, Anna Maxwell and Ford Exeter 


McCarty, H. Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Redshaw, A. J Ford Merritt 


McCollough, Wm. G. 


Ring, Jas. P. Buick Six Manchester, R. 1 


Cartercar Winchester, R. 2 


Ring, Jerry, Jr. Buick Murrayville, R. 1 


McCollough, W. E. 


Roark, Jos. Hudson Winchester, R. 2 


Cole Riggston 


Rolf, Albert Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


McDonald, C. Maxwell Winchester, R. 6 


Rolf, Chas. Ford Exeter 


McEvers, W. D. Overland Winchester, R. 4 


Rolf, Frank Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


McLaughlin, Fred R. 


Rutherford, Louis L. 


Ford Winchester, R. 1 


Ford Riggston 


Merris, Chas. E. Overland Bluffs, R.' 2 




Merriman, John Case Naples, R. 1 
Meyers, W. A. Chevrolet Naples 


Sappington, W. H. 
Ford Exeter 


Middendorf, G. J. Ford Bluffs, R. 1 
Millikin, Ben T. Saxon Winchester, R. 6 
Mills, D. W. Buick Bluffs, R. 2 
Moody, Jas. B. Halladay Chapin, R. 3 
Moore, J. C. Ford Winchester 
Moore, N. J. Ford Naples, R. 1 


Sawyers, S. J. Chevrolet Bluffs, R. 1 
Sherwin, Thos. Ford Winchester, R. 4 
Simmons, W. C. Ford Winchester, R. 1 
Six, Henry Ford Winchester, R. 2 
Smith, Edgar Maxwell Winchester 
Smith, H. O. Ford Chapin, R. 2 




Smithson, S. M. Maxwell Winchester, R. 1 


North, W. L. Buick Winchester, R. 1 


Stegemann, F. Ford Bluffs, K". 2 


Northcut, Jas. A. Ford Winchester, R. 4 


Stewart, C. M. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Northrop, Bert Ford Roodhouse, R. 3 




Northrop, H. Ford Winchester, R. 6 
Northrup, H. F. Ford Bluffs 


Tankersley, G. L. Ford Winchester, R. 3 
Tankesley, A. W. Ford Winchester, R. 3 


* 


Tankesley, W. B. Ford Winchester, R. 5 


Oakes, Hy. Ford Bluffs 


Taylor, L. E. Chevrolet Winchester, R. 5 


Oakes, Royal Ford Bluffs 


Taylor, Wm. Maxwell Neelyville 


O'Donnell, Chas. D. 


Taylor, W. E. Ford Winchester, R. 2 


Dodge Winchester, R. 6 


Terrell, J. O. Ford Winchester, R. 1 


O'Donnell, C. P. Oakland Winchester, R. 6 
O'Donnell, Edw. Pullman Winchester, R. 3 


Thomas, Claude Oakland Winchester, R. 2 
Thomas, Geo. E. Ford (2) Winchester 


O'Donnell, G. T. Buick Six Winchester, R. 6 
O'Donnell, Wm. Chevrolet Winchester, R. 6 


Thompson, R. S. Rambler Winchester, R. 2 


Overton, Jas. M. Saxon Six (2) Winchester 
Overton, W. E. Ford Winchester, R. 1 
Overton, W. H. Ford Winchester 


Vannier, Dick Reo Chapin, R. 2 
Vannier, G. H. Overland and Hudson 
Bluffs, R. 1 


Owens, Oda Overland Chapin, R. 2 


Vantayle, F. O. Maxwell Roodhouse, R. 3 




Vortman, J. Ford Bluffs 


Patterson, Wm. Ford Winchester, R. 2 




Peak, G. J. Cadillac Winchester, R. 1 


Walker, Elmer F. Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Peak, S. W. Buick Four 


Ward, Lee Ford Winchester, R. 3 


Winchester, R. 1 


Woodall, Jesse Overland Winchester, R. 6 


Peak, W. R. Ford Bluffs, R. 2 


Worrell, Jos. Ford Naples, R. 1 


Placke, Hy. Ford Winchester, R. 2 




Placke, T. F. Ford Naples, R. 1 


Youngeson, Chas. Overland Winchester, R. 4 


Price, J. W. ' Oakland Winchester, R. 1 


Young, Jesse M. Cadillac Winchester, R. 4 




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Morgan County Tractor Owners' Directory 



Name 
Adkins, J. 

Arnold, J. W. 



Barrows.W. E. 
Beeley, G. T. 
Brockhouse, A. 

Butcher, H. 
Caldwell, G. 
Carter, E. R. 

Clampit, C. W. 
Covington, J. B. 



Day, L. A. 
DeOrnellas, A. 

Devine, F. 



Make Postoffice 

Avery, Universal, Big 4 

Prentice 

15-25 Fairbanks and 
12-25 Waterloo Boy 

Arnold 

All Work Jacksonville, R. 5 
Bull Meredosia, R. 1 

25-40 Hart-Parr 

Concord, R. 1 
10-20 Bull Prentice, R. 1 

10-20 International 

Franklin 
Happy Farmer 

Jacksonville, R. 7 
All Work Jacksonville, R. 7 
Nichols & Shepard 
(25 H. P. Special) 

Prentice, R. 1 

Happy Farmer 

Jacksonville, R. 8 
Case (25-75 H. P.) 

Jacksonville, R. 3 

18-16 International 



Name 

Mahon, Jas. F. 
Mallicoat, Edw. 

McFadden, J. 

McLamar, Chas. 
Megginson, A. H. 

Meyer, A. 

Musch, H. 
Musch, J. 

Naylor, H. 
Randall, C. D. 

Rees, Wm. & Son 
Rice, C. E. 
Rice, C. L. 
Robinson, H. 

Robinson, R. A. 



Make Postoffice 

Avery Sinclair, R. 1 

Case (18 H. P.) 

Steam Arenzville, R. 2 
8-16 Avery 

Jacksonville, R. 4 
Case Franklin, R. 1 

International 

Jacksonville, R. 2 
16-20 Mogul 

New Berlin, R. 31 
8-16 Avery Concord, R. 1 
18-36 Avery Arenzville 

8-16 Bull Arenzville, R. 1 

12-25 All Work 

Franklin, R. 1 
10-20 J. I. C. Franklin, R. 1 
Bull Arenzville, R. 1 

Bull Arenzville, R. 1 

Aultman-Taylor Engine 

Prentice 
20-12 Emerson- 
Brantingham 

Prentice.R. 1 



Mogul jac me, K Searg> j L Bu ,, Waverly, R. 1 
Graff, John Case Prentice, R. 8 Shekelton, J. Waverly 

Hambrough, Wm. Avery, Steel Mule Todd, W. Avery Jacksonville, R. 1 
Murrayville, R. 4 
Hart, E. E. 18-36 Avery Sinclair, R. 1 Welborn, A. H. 10-20 Mogul 
Heffner.J. F. Fairbanks, All Work 
(25 H P ) Wingler, F. 8-16 Mogul (Kerosene) 
' Arenzville, R. 1 Jacksonville. R. 3 


Joy, H. P. 15-25Lauson Chapin, R. 3 
Zachary, S. A. : 


3-16 International Mogul 


Long, W. H. Big Bull Literberry, R.' 1 


Alexander, R. 1 



Scott County Tractor Owners' Directory 



Name 
Adams, E. C. 

Coultas, Grant 
Daniels, W. E. 
Grady, Homer E. 

Gray Bros. 

Haney, Oscar 

Hurrelbrink. J. H 
Krueger, Hy. 



Make Postoffice 

Avery Winchester, R. 4 

Allwork Winchester, R. 5 
12-25 Mogul Hillview, R. 2 

Mogul (45H.P.) 

Winchester, R. 35 
Buffalo Pitts (Thresher) 
and Belleville (Shocks 
Mover) Roodhouse, R. 6 
12-25 Waterloo 

Roodhouse, R. 6 
Russell . Merritt 

Hume (20 H.P.) 

Winchester, R. 1 



Name Make 

McCaleb, Clarence 

12-25 Avery 
Moline 



Postoffice 



Merris, Ch. E. 
Parks, Jas. H. 
Peak, Fred M. 

Peak, Jas. G. 
Sherwin, Thos. 



Stegetnann, F. 
Wilson, Thos. 

Young, Jesse M. 



Bluffs, R. 1 
Bluffs, R. 2 
Universal Naples, R. 1 

International 

Winchester, R. 4 
Mogul Winchester, R. 1 
Emerson- Brantingham 
(40 H.P.) 

Winchester, R. 4 
Moline Bluffs, R. 2 

J. I. Case (20) 

Steam Roodhouse, R. 3 
Waterloo Boy 

Winchester, R. 4 



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The Morgan County Farmers' Club. 



Morgan County Farmers classed 
themselves among the progres- 
sive men in their line of busi- 
ness, when they met on November 
10th and organized. Almost three 
hundred men more than one-tenth 
of all the farmers in the county are 
members of the Morgan County Far- 
mers Club, whose object is "to pro- 
mote the development of the most 
profitable and permanent system of 
agriculture in this county, and the 
financial, educational, and social 
welfare of its inhabitants. 

More than five years ago the farm- 
ers of two Illinios counties DeKalb 
and Kankakee-^-organized in their re- 
spective counties that they might be 
of aid and help to one another, and 
that through their organizations they 
might be able to employ soil and crop 
experts to aid them in producing max- 
imum crops and in improving from 
year to year the fertility of the soil. 

The common practice in farming 
in many communities in Illinois is 
depleting the soil and is gradually 
diminishing its productivity. The fact 
that the depletion is slowly and 
irregularly carried on helps to con- 
ceal it. 

In Morgan County the average corn 
yield per acre for the five year period 
from 1902 to 1906 was 35 bushels per 
acre; from 1907 to 1911 38.4 bushels; 
from 1912 to 1916 33.6 bushels. The 
average for the fifteen years is 35.7 
bushels per acre. This average is 
small. There are no doubt some 
individuals in Morgan County whose 
average corn production for the same 
fifteen years is at least fifteen bushels 
above the average mentioned. 

One of the things the Morgan 
County Farmers' Club may undertake 
is to bring the average corn produc- 
tion of the county a little closer to the 
average of the best corn growers in 
the county. This will involve prob- 
lems of soil improvement, good seed, 
good soil preparation, and cultivation. 

In Morgan County in 1916 were 
only ahout 500 acres of alfalfa. Much 



of the soil in Morgan County is 
adapted to the growing of this val- 
uable legume; and alfalfa and clover 
should form an important part of the 
crop yield of Morgan County. 

In this county there are but few 
dairy farms, yet there are many farms 
well adapted to the dairy business 
and there are good markets for dairy 
products. No where are found better 
farmers, farm buildings, farm homes, 
and farm crops than on the dairy 
farms in the dairy district of Illinois. 
Livestock is an important factor in 
crop production and this is evidenced 
by the prosperity of the livestock 
farmers in any community. 

When the Morgan County farmers 
organized they resolved to employ a 
county adviser and to secure the best 
man that could be found. The spirit 
with which they have gone into the 
work, and the thoroughness with 
which every detail is being handled 
is admirable. The 279 members of 
the organization at its beginning 
have pledged themselves to build the 
membership to 325 by the time they 
secure their adviser. 

Let every member of the Morgan 
County Farmers' Club make the best 
use of this man when he is employed. 
He is their servant and his time 
belongs to the farmers of the county. 
Give him the best you have and get 
all the service you can from him. 

The first officers of the Morgan 
County Farmers' Club elected to serve 
until December 15, 1918 are: 

President Charles S. Black, Jack- 
sonville. 

Vice-President Charles A. Rowe, 
Jacksonville. 

Secretary Harry J. Rice, Arnold. 
Treasurer Fletcher J. Blackburn, 
Jacksonville. 

Members of the executive commit- 
tee: Officers named above and W. H. 
Roher, Waverly; W. H. Crum, Liter- 
berry; C. J. Wright, Murray ville; 
G. A. Leadi, Jacksonville. Charles 
E. Drake, Cnapin. 



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History of Scott County. 



IN size Scott is among the smallest 
counties of the state. The area is 
equal to six townships and thirty- 
one sections; of 158,080 acres, adding 
for over-plus of fractional townships 
and sections, the total area being 
160,000 acres. The fractional charac- 
ter of the sub-divisions are due to the 
zigzag boundaries on the east and 
north, which were deviated from 
straight lines to save to Morgan 
County the towns of Lynnville and 
Bethel and the rich land around them. 
And on the west these fractional di- 
visions are due to the meanderings of 
the Illinois River. 

Scott County was originally well 
divided between prairie and timber 
land, amply supplied with excellent 
water, and so diversified in quality 
of soil, that all cereals and many kinds 
of vegetables are produced in suffi- 
cient quantity for man or beast, no 
matter what the season. 

The soil and climate are adapted to 
the production of all sorts of grain, 
edibles and fruit. There is not a 
better equal area of ground on the 
globe than that of our own state 
Illinois and Scott County is in the 
best part of it. 

"Scott County was named after Scott 
County Kentucky and the Kentucky 
county was named after Gen. Charles 
Scott, a man of some military reputa- 
tion in that state and also one of its 
early governors" according to the 
History of Illinois by Moses. 

Scott County was originally a part 
of Morgan County, Illinois, but was 
cut off from that county and erected 
into a new county by an act of the 
General Assembly passed February 
16, 1839. 

The first entry of land within the 
borders of our county was made Aug. 
15, 1822 a little over a year after the 
government surveys were completed. 
On that day Joel Meacham entered 
the east half of the southeast quarter 
of section eight in township thirteen, 
range twelve, containing eighty acres. 
It would be very interesting to know 
the reasons which led Mr. Meacham 
to buy this eighty from the govern- 
ment when every acre of land in the 
county was open to purchase at the 
same price, one dollar and twenty- 



five cents per acre. This parcel first 
entered is situated on the public high- 
way leading from Winchester to Al- 
sey. If you are going from Winches- 
ter to Alsey by the road that leads 
south from the former place you will 
pass diagonally through the south 
forty of the eighty. After crossing 
Big Sandy you will ascend a hill. On 
reaching the top of this hill you enter 
the south forty and pass through it 
diagonally towards its southeast 
corner. This eighty entered by Mr. 
Meacham was the only parcel entered 
in the year 1822. The next parcel was 
entered April 3, 1823, over seven 
months later than Mr. Meacham's 
entry. 

First Town 

Exeter was the first town laid out 
within the present limits of the county. 
It was laid out by Enoch C. Marsh, 
June 18, 1825. 

First City 

Winchester is the first (and only) 
city in the county. It organized as 
a city, under the general law of the 
state, Nov. 18, 1876. 

First School 

The first school taught within the 
limits of this county was taught by 
Miss Jennette Wheeler in a log cabin 
a little southeast of where Exeter now 
stands. 

First House 

The first white man's habitation 
erected within the limits of the county 
was a log cabin built in January and 
February 1820 in the Gordon neigh- 
borhood, southeast of Winchester, by 
Thomas Allen. 

First Court House 

The first court house was built on 
the public square in Winchester and 
was paid for by the town of Winches- 
ter. 

First Jail 

The first county jail was built of 
hewed logs upon the site of the pres- 
ent jail. It was also paid for by the 
town of Winchester. 

First Railroad 

The first railroad in the county 
was a wooden track affair built by 
Charles Collins from Naples east 



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across the bottom in 1836 and 1837. 
The first iron track railroad in the 
county was the Old Northern cross 
road from Jacksonville to Meredosia 
upon the roadbed now occupied by 
the Wabash. It was built in 1837-1839. 

First Hanging 

The first judicial execution in the 
county was the hanging of Benjamin 
Smith upon a gallows erected by the 
side of the road leading northeast 
from Winchester; Oct. 1852 

Extinct Towns of Scott Co. 

Probably not one person in twenty, 
under forty years of age, living in 
Scott County know that a number of 
towns were once laid out and platted 
in due form within the present bound- 
aries of our county, which now have 
no existence, not even on the tax 
books. Here are the names of eight: 
Williamsport, Geneva, Jefferson, Deer- 
field, City of Brussels, Morgantown, 
New Albany and Bridgeport. Colum- 
bus may also be classed as an extinct 
town, although its name still graces 
the tax books of the county. 

Columbus is upon the high ground 
along the Illinois River, north of and 
adjacent to Naples. It was laid out 
by Wiley B. Green in 1825 and at 
that time and even until after the 
Civil War, was an important business 
point. It was probably, too, at one 
time a rival of Naples. Now to all 
intents and purposes it is extinct. 

Williamsport was acknowledged 
before the justice of peace Aug. 1, 
1825. It was situated on the north 
half of the southeast quarter of section 
22, township 13, range 13. Bridge 
Street crossed Big Sandy about where 
the "Iron Bridge" stands, nearly north 
of Chas. Young's residence,' near Lion's 
Neck. The plat of Williamsport was 
vacated by an act of the General 
Assembly, 1869. 

Bridgeport, platted in 1836, was sit- 
uated on the slightly elevated ground 
next to the Illinois River and just 
across the river from Bedford. Large 
quantities of grain were shipped from 
here by the river and mercantile 
business was carried on. For a long 
time one or more stores were conduc- 
ted at Bridgeport. The town has 
now however, disappeared from the 
county map. 



Jefferson, platted Aug. 2, 1836, was 
on the State Road one mile east of 
Exeter. At one time there were two 
or three houses in this town. It is 
not known whether any business was 
ever done there. 

Bloomfield was laid out by Davis 
Bunch and the plat was acknowledged 
Sept. 14, 1836. It was located upon 
the Public Highway leading from 
Winchester to Clear Lake and Harris' 
Landing. The name of Bloomfield 
does not now appear on the collector's 
book, although there is still a respect- 
able church house, a good school and 
two stores and several families live 
near enough to be considered resi- 
dents of Bloomfield. 

Deerfield was platted in 1837 and 
was located on land lying directly 
north and northwest of the present 
town of Bluffs and possibly covering 
a portion of the same land. It must 
have ceased to have any existence 
very soon after it was laid out. 

City of Brussels was laid out in 
1837 and was situated next to the 
Illinois River at Phillip's Ferry. On 
Feb. 1847 by an act of the General 
Assembly, this town was vacated. 

Geneva was acknowledged Feb. 11, 
1832, and as recorded it contained 94 
lots with Main Street, 80 feet wide 
running eastward and westward 
through it. Main Street was the 
state road which runs from Jack- 
sonville through Merritt and Exeter 
to Naples. The city itself was situ- 
ated half a mile west of the present 
Morgan County line, in one of the 
richest and most fertile spots in the 
country. At one time there was a 
hotel, a ppstoffice and one or more 
stores, besides a number of residences 
and a considerable business was done 
there. 

Morgantown was laid out in 1835 
upon the route of the present high- 
way from Glasgow to Alsey. It con- 
tained 48 lots and a public square 
360 feet each way. In 1845 or ten 
years later the lots were all forfeited 
to the state, which means, that they 
would not sell for enough to pay taxes 
on an assessed valuation of one dollar 
a lot. 



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New Albany laid out in 1838 was 
near to and northeast of the original 
plat of Williamsport. This town was 
vacated however prior to the year 
1844. 

Proposed Railroads not built 

As early as the year 1836 an effort 
was made to establish railroad con- 
nection between Winchester and Jack- 
sonville and was called the Winchester, 
Lynville and Jacksonville Railroad. 



Other proposed railroads were 
Manchester and Bridgeport Railroad, 
Jacksonville and Naples Railroad, 
Pittsfield and Shelbyville Rail- 
road, Mt. Sterling and Carrollton 
Railroad, Illinois River and Pana 
Railroad, Camp Point and White 
Hall Railroad, Clayton and White 
Hall Railroad, and the Naples, Exeter 
and Vandalia Railroad. It is not 
necessary to say that these roads were 
not built. 



LEGAL HOLIDAYS IN ILLINOIS 

New Year's Day January 1 

Lincoln's Birthday February 12 

Washington's Birthday February 22 

Memorial Day May 30 

Independence Day July 4 

Labor Day . . First Monday in September 

Election Days 

Columbus Day October 12 

Thanksgiving Day 

Christmas Day December 25 





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UNITED STATES OFFICERS 

President Woodrow Wilson 

Vice- President Thomas Marshall 

Secretary of State Robert Lansing 

Secretary of Treasury William G. McAdoo 

Secretary of War Newton C. Baker 

Attorney General. Thos. W. Gregory 

Postmaster General Albert S. Burleson 

Secretary of Navy Josephus Daniels 

Secretary of Interior Franklin K. Lane 

Secretary of Agriculture David F. Houston 

Secretary of Commerce William C. Redfield 

ILLINOIS STATE OFFICERS, 1917-1920 

Governor Frank O. Lowden 

Lieutenant Governor John G. Oglesby 

Secretary of State Louis L. Emmerson 

Attorney General Edward J. Brundage 

Treasurer Len Small 

Secretary of Labor William B. Wilson 

Auditor of Public Accounts Andrew Russel 

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS 

Illinois Senators Lawrence Y. Sherman 

James Hamilton Lewis 

Congressmen-at- Large William E. Mason 

Medill McCormick 

Congressman, 20th Dist. (Counties of 
Mason, Menard, Cass, Morgan, Scott, 
Greene, Jersey, Calhoun, Pike and 
Brown) Henry T. Rainey, Carrollton 

MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 26th DISTRICT 
(Counties of Adams, Calhoun, Pike and Scott) 

Senate Chas. R. McNay, Ursa 

House E. T. Strubinger, El Dara 

Rollo M. Wagner, Quincy 
S. H. Thomson, Paloma 



MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY, 49th DISTRICT 
(Counties of Morgan and Sangamon) 

Senate E. S. Smith, Springfield 

House Clarence A. Jones, Springfield 

Jacob Frisch, Springfield 
T. E. Lyon, Springfield 

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GENERAL FARM DATA FOR MORGAN COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS From 1910 Census 

Population .......................................................... 34,420 

Number of all farms ................................................. 2,667 

Color and nativity of farmers: 

Native white .................................................... 2,410 

Foreign-born white .............................................. 263 

Negro and other non-white ....................................... 4 

Number of farms, classified by size: 

Under 3 acres .................................................... 7 

3 to 9 acres ........................................ ............ 113 

10 to 19 acres .................................................... 132 

20 to 4 acres .................................................... 373 

50 to 99 acres ........................................ . ........... 682 

100 to 174 acres .................................................. 798 

175 to 259 acres ............................................ . ..... 403 

260 to 499 acres .................................................. 216 

500 to 999 acres .................................................. 38 

1,000 acres and over .............................................. 5 

Approximate land area ....................................... acres 368,640 

Land in farms ............................................... acres 352,946 

Improved land in farms ...................................... acres 315,461 

Woodland in farms ............ . ............................. acres 25,441 

Other unimproved land in farms ............................. acres 12,044 

Percent of land area in farms ........................................ 95.7 

Percent of farm land improved ....................................... 894 

Average acres per farm .............................................. 1323 

Average improved acres per farm .................................... 118*3 

All farm property value ...................................... dollars 64,630 174 

Land .................................................... dollars 43,865,648 

Buildings ............................................... dollars 6,354,822 

Implements and machinery ............................... dollars 1,220 785 

Domestic animals, poultry and bees ...................... dollars 4,188919 

Percent of value of all property in 

Land ............................................................ 80 3 

Buildings ....................................................... 9.8 

Implements and machinery ....................................... 2.2 

Domestic animals, poultry and bees .............................. 7)7 

Average values: 

All property per farm .................................... dollars 20,484 

Land and buildings per farm ............................. dollars 18,455 

Land per acre ............................................ dollars 124.28 

Farms reporting domestic animals .................................... 2,627 

Value of domestic animals ................................... dollars 4,047,032 

Cattle: 

Total number ................................................... 30,109 

Dairy cows ..................................................... 7,768 

Other cows ...................................................... 3,082 

Yearling heifers .................................. . .............. 2,768 

Calves ........................................................... 3,119 

Yearling steers and bulls ......................................... 2,435 

Other steers and bulls ............................................ 10,937 

Value ............ ....................................... dollars 1,150,018 

Horses: 

Total number ................................................... 16,870 

Mature horses ................................................... 14,953 

Yearling colts ................................................... 1,428 

Spring colts ..................................................... 489 

Value ................................................... dollars 1,779,323 

Mules: 

Total number ................................................... 2,347 

Mature mules ................................................... 2,034 

Yearling colts ................................................. . . 220 

Spring colts ..................................................... 

Value ............................ ...................... dollars 328,984 

Asses and burros: 

Number ......................................................... 

Value ................................................... dollars 5,450 

Swine: 

Total number .................................................... 2'o 

Mature hogs ............. . ....................................... 'X?' 

Spring pigs ...................................................... JS'SiS 

Value ... ............................................... dollars 710,033 

Sheep: 

Total number ................................................... Jl'cn^ 

Rams, yews and wethers ......................................... 2'2c 

Spring lambs ............................................ .... ---- -Hi I 

Value ................................................... dollars 72,616 

Goats: ,_, 
Number ................................................. ........ 

Value ............................................... dollars 



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Number of poultry of all kinds 264,277 

Value dollars 137,529 

Number of colonies of bees 1,723 

Value dollars 4,35 

Number of farms operated by owners 1,523 

Percent of all farms 57.1 

Land in farms acres 02,80 

Improved land in farms acres 177,73' 

Value of land and buildings dollars 27,494,408 

Degree of ownership: 

Farms consisting of owned land only 1,117 

Farms consisting of owned and hired land 

Color and nativity of owners: 

Native white 1.34' 

Foreign-born white 

Negro and other non- white 

Number of farms operated by tenants l./l 

Percent of all farms 

Land in farms acres ,r>i o 

Improved land in farms- acres 34, i\i 

Value of land and buildings dollars 20,990,16 

Form of tenancy: 

Share tenants |94 

Share cash tenants 

Cash tenants 

Tenure not specified 

Color and nativity of tenants: 

Native white 1,044 

Foreign-born white 70 

Negro and other non-white 

Number of farms operated by managers 

Land in farms acres 4,085 

Improved land in farms acres 3,519 

Value of land in buildings dollars 735,900 

Mortgage debt report: 

For all farms operated by owners: 

Number free from mortgage debt 

Number with mortgage report 592 

Number with no mortgage report 

For farms consisting of owned land only: 

Number reporting debt and amount 

Value of their land and buildings dollars 5,520,805 

Amount of mortgage debt .dollars 1,589,930 

Percent of value of land and buildings 

LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Dairy cows on farms reporting dairy products number 7,191 

Dairy cows on farms reporting milk produced number 6,826 

Milk produced gallons 2,420,688 

Sold .gallons 222.524 

Cream sold gallons 18.291 

Butter fat sold pounds 1,656 

Butter produced ......'. . . pounds 603.828 

Sold pounds 318,181 

Cheese produced pounds 500 

Sold pounds 500 

Value of dairy products, excluding home use of milk and cream. . . .dollars 194.471 

Receipts from sale of dairy products dollars 

Poultry raised ... number 417.611 

Sold number 151.092 

Eggs produced dozens 1,000.623 

Sold dozens 604 855 

Value of poultry and eggs produced dollars 

Receipts from sale of poultry and eggs dollars 

Wool, fleeces shorn number 8,599 

Mohair and goat hair fleeces shorn number 

Value of wool and mohair produced dollars 17,727 

Honey produced pounds 5.997 

Wax produced \\ . : . .!.'.. pounds 

Value of honey and wax produced ! . .dollars 644 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS SOLD OR SLAUGHTERED 

Calves, sold or slaughtered number 1.379 

Other cattle sold or slaughtered number 24.407 

Horses, mules, asses and burros sold number 2.453 

Swine sold or slaughtered number 129.321 

Sheep and goats sold or slaughtered. . . .number 9.620 

Receipts from sale of animals . .dollars 3,804.511 

Value of animals slaughtered dollars 211,175 

VALUE OF ALL CROPS 

Cereals dollars 4,161.828 

Other grains and seeds dollars 13,939 



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Hay and forage dollars 270,640 

Vegetables dollars 130,393 

Fruits and nuts dollars 58,209 

All other crops dollars 60,517 

SELECTED CROPS 

Corn acres 128,348 

..bushels 5,894,885 

Oats acres 26,205 

. .bushels 940,092 

Wheat acres 39,503 

..bushels 787,981 

Emmer and spelt acres 34 

. .bushels 896 

Barley - acres 

. .bushels 
Buckwheat acres 

. .bushels 

Rye acres 352 

. .bushels 5,036 

All tame or cultivated grasses acres 20,440 

..tons 28,302 

Timothy alone / acres 11,085 

. .tons 14,883 

Timothy and clover mixed acres 3,156 

..tons 4,392 

Clover alone acres 5,940 

. .tons 8,370 

Alfalfa acres 159 

. .tons 482 

Millet or Hungarian grass acres 93 

. .tons 161 

Other tame or cultivated grasses acres 

. .tons 14 

Wild, salt or prairie grasses acres 77 

..tons 110 

Grains cut green acres 

. .tons 

Coarse forage acres 426 

..tons 495 

Potatoes acres 1,070 

..bushels 107,629 

Sweet potatoes and yams acres 17 

. . .bushels 2,007 

All other vegetables acres 810 

Maple trees number 75 

Maple sugar (made) pounds 25 

Maple sirup (made) gallons 30 

Broom corn acres 9 

. .pounds 6,400 
FRUITS AND NUTS 

Apples trees 66,143 

. .bushels 30,195 

Peaches and nectarines trees 37,433 

..bushels 17,364 

Pears trees 6,849 

. .bushels 1,722 

Plums and prunes - trees 8,482 

..bushels 613 

Cherries trees 8,733 

..bushels 2,343 

Quinces trees 390 

. .bushels 62 

Grapes vines 15,690 

. .pounds 173,042 

Strawberries acres 49 

..quarts 82,086 

Raspberries and loganberries acres 9 

. .quarts 11,122 

Blackberries and dewberries acres 37 

. .quarts 56,543 

Nuts trees 125 

. .pounds 1,215 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Labor farms reporting 1,675 

Cash expended dollars 457,219 

Rent and board dollars 98,531 

Fertilizer farms reporting 

Amount expended dollars 2,995 

Feed farms reporting 

Amount expended dollars 29,016 

Receipts from sale of feedable crops dollars 1,223.905 



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GENERAL FARM DATA FOR SCOTT COUNTY, 
ILLINOIS From 1910 Census 

Population ................................................ .......... 10,067 

Number of all farms ................................................. 1,096 

Color and nativity of farmers: 

Native white ..................................................... 996 

Foreign-born white ............................................. 100 

Negro and other non-white ...................................... 

Number of farms, classified by size: 

Under 3 acres .................................................... 

3 to 9 acres .................................................... 3-> 

10 to 19 acres .................................................... 35 

20 to 49 acres .................................................... 138 

50 to 9 acres ...................................... ^ ............. ^59 

100 to 174 acres .................................................. 363 

IV 5 to 259 acres .................................................. 16i 

260 to 499 acres .................................................. g 6 

uuO 10 J9 acres ................. ................................. . n 

i,000 acres and over ............................................. 6 

Approximate land area ....................................... acres 159 seo 

L,and in tarins ............................................... acres 150,586 

Improved land in farms ...................................... acres 122,163 

Woodland in farms .......................................... acres 20036 

Other unimproved land in farms ............................. acres 8 388 

Percent of land area in farms ........................................ a45 

Percent of farm land improved ....................................... 81 1 

Average acres per farm ......................... . .................... 137.4 

Average irnyroveu acres per farm ................................... HI 5 

All farm property value ...................................... dollars 16,138,842 

Land .................................................... dollars 12,530,195 

Buildings ................................................ dollars 1,866,892 

implements and machinery ............................... dollars 272 123 

Domestic animals, poultry and bees ...................... dollars 1 469 63^ 

Percent of value of all property in ...^ ^_. ' 

Land ......................................................... . . . '7 776 

Building ......................................................... 11.6 

implements and machinery ................... . ................... 1.7 

Domestic animals, poultry and bees .............................. 91 

Average values: 

All property per farm .................................... dollars 14,725 

Land and buildings per farm ............................. dollars 13,136 

Land, per acre ........................................... dollars 83.21 

Farms reporting domestic animals .................................... 1,075 

Value of domestic animals ................................... dollars 1,406,844 

Cattle: 

Total number .................................................... 9,982 

Dairy cows ...................................................... 3,061 

Other cows ....................................................... 1,174 

Yearling heifers ................................................. 1,159 

Calves ........................................................... 1,141 

Yearling steers and bulls ........................................ " 1,129 

Other steers and bulls ............................................ 2,318 

Value ................................................... dollars 297,092 

Horses: 

Total number .................................................... 6,518 

Mature horses ................................................... 5,807 

Yearling colts .......... ......................................... 495 

Spring colts ...................................................... 216 

Value ................................................... dollars 682,793 

Mules: 

Total number .................................................... 

Mature mules ................................................... 787 

1 earling colts ................................................... 

Spring colts ..................................................... 36 

Value ..................................... .............. dollars 112,528 

Asses and burros: 

Number ................................................. VI."*" 

Value .............................................. dollars 720 

Total number .................................................... oS'^A 

Mature hogs .................................................... S^'iSS 

Snrine: niKs .................. .......................... <JO,OJo 

value . . .;;;.;;;; ..................................... dollars 293,151 

Sheep: 

Total number .................................................... *'" 

Rams, yews and wethers ......................................... * 

2 J;1 
poultry of a11 klnds ..... 



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Number of colonies of bees... 

Value 

Number of farms 'operated' by owners'. '. 1> J 

Percent of all farms K Vn 

Land in farms ' ' acres' ' ss KIR 

Improved land In farms 'acrls Tsoli 

Value of land and buildings \\ \\ \\\ \\\\ \\\ ^oulrs 8,682,252 

Degree of ownership: 

Farms consisting of owned land only 392 

Farms consisting of owned and hired land 

Color and nativity of owners: 

Native white 536 

Foreign-born white 78 

Negro and other non-white 

Number of farms operated by tenants 474 

Percent of all farms 43 2 

Land in farms : acres 59.163 

Improved land in farms . .acres 48 711 

Value of land and buildings ... .dollars 5,472,885 

Form of tenancy: 

Share tenants 255 

Share cash tenants 83 

Cash tenants 135 

Tenure not specified 

Color and nativity of tenants: 

Native white 453 

Foreign -born white 21 

Negro and other non-white 

Number of farms operated by managers 8 

Land in farms acres 2.908 

Improved land in farms acres 1,406 

Value of land and buildings dollars 241,950 

Mortgage debt report: 

For all farms operated by owners: 

Number free from mortgage debt 

Number with mortgage report 

Number with no mortgage report 

For farms consisting of owned land only: 

Number reporting debt and amount 

Value of their land and buildings f dollars 1,829.792 

Amount of mortgage debt dollars 

Percent of value of land and buildings 

LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS 

Dairy cows on farms reporting dairy products number 2,887 

Dairy cows on farms reporting milk produced number 2,857 

Milk produced gallons 895.121 

Sold gallons 46,745 

Cream sold gallons 4,974 

Butter fat sold pounds 8,681 

Butter produced pounds 213,753 

Sold pounds 101,786 

Cheese produced .pounds 

Sold pounds 

Value of dairy products, excluding home use of milk and cream . . dollars 58.554 

Receipts from sale of dairy products dollars 36.303 

Poultry raised number 181.923 

Sold , . . number 59.500 

Eggs produced dozens 528.896 

Sold dozens 337.191 

Value of poultry and eggs produced dollars 169.887 

Receipts from sale of poultry and eggs dollars 86.488 

Wool, fleeces shorn number 2,953 

Mohair and goat hair fleeces shorn number 

Value of wool and mohair produced dollars 5,510 

Honey produced pounds 3,096 

Wax produced pounds 14 

Value of honey and wax produced dollars 428 

DOMESTIC ANIMALS SOLD OR SLAUGHTERED 

Calves, sold or slaughtered number 

Other cattle sold or slaughtered number 6,865 

Horses, mules, asses and burros sold number 1,52 

Swine sold or slaughtered number 41,39 

Sheep and goats sold or slaughtered number 

Receipts from sale of animals dollars 1,028,180 

Value of animals slaughtered dollars 88,646 

VALUE OF ALL CROPS 

Cereals dollars 1,560,993 

Other grains and seeds dollars 5,311 

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Hay and forage 5H ars ^f'SS? 

Vegetables dollars 51.891 

Fruits an! nuis: ::::::::::: goi 

All other crops dollars 18,699 

SELECTED CROPS 

....acres 46,389 
. .bushels 2,122,691 

acres 2,462 

..bushels 70.620 

acres 24,293 

..bushels 454.388 

Emmer and spelt ; ;g<ff elB 

Barley '. [bushels 395 

Buckwheat [[bushels 

0.,,. . .acres 361 

"..bushels 4,354 

All tame or cultivated grasses ' * s ll'nl 

Tlmnthv alono ....acres 3.'971 

nny aione . tons 5 j56 2 

Timothy and clover mixed , '^^ |'892 

r-invor aionp ..acres 2[l40 

lover alone .tons 2,689 

Alfalfa - acres 169 

Alfalfa " .tons 469 

Millet or Hungarian grass [tons 8 46 

Other tame or cultivated grasses [tons 8 60 

Wild, salt or prairie grasses [tons' 8 

Grains cut green 'urns? 8 

Coarse forage $ }; 6 B 

_ . .acres 401 

Potatoes .bushels 37,858 

Sweet potatoes and yams j bu^ffels 1427 

All other vegetables [number "o 

Maple trees.. '.. .pounds 

Maple sugar (made) gallons 12 

Maple sirup (made) acres 6 

Broom corn [pounds 13,182 

FRUITS AND NUTS 

Apples trees 25,554 

. .bushels 15.630 

Peaches and nectarines trees 22,222 

..bushels s',453 

Pears trees 7,453 

..bushels 1,074 

Plums and prunes. trees 2,504 

..bushels 441 

Cherries trees 3,477 

..bushels 1,087 

Quinces trees 85 

. .bushels 121 

Grapes vines 3,416 

..pounds 49,427 

Strawberries acres 9 

. .quarts 15,127 

Raspberries and loganberries acres 12 

. . quarts 4 312 

Blackberries and dewberries acres 33 

. .quarts 56,616 

Nuts trees 20 

. .pounds 15 
MISCELLANEOUS 

Labor farms reporting 714 

Cash expended dollars 157,474 

Rent and board dollars 31,420 

Fertilizer farms reporting 88 

Amount expended dollars 2,652 

Feed farms reporting 478 

Amount expended dollars 77,367 

Receipts from sale of feedable crops , dollars 253,768 



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Morgan and Scott Counties Buyers' Guide 
FOR "TRIPLE-G" GOODS 

Recommended to Prairie Farmer Readers 
Ask Your Dealer for Them 

Page 
Automobiles 

Nash ............................................... 152 

Saxon .............................................. 158 

Automobile Accessories 

Ford Parts ......................................... 179 

Builders' Supplies 

Barrett's Roofing and Shingles ............... 153-154-173 

Beaver Board ............................... 153-154-173 

Glide Barn Door Hangers ........................ 153-173 

Clothing: 

Armor Plate Hosiery ............................... 154 

Black Cat Hosiery .................................. 154 

Cooper's Underwear ................................ 154 

Headlight Auto Overalls ............................ 154 

Holeproof Hosiery ................................. 154 

Munsing Wear ..................................... 154 

Feed 

Sucrene Calf Meal ............................ Back Cover 

Sucrene Dairy Feed ...................... .... Back Cover 

Sucrene Hog Meal ............................ Back Cover 

Sucrene Poultry Feed ........................ Back Cover 

Fences and Gates 

Can't-Sag Gates .................................... 164 

Perfection Gates ................................ 163-173 

Household Supplies 

B. & B. Absorbent Cotton ........................ 136-174 

Colgate's Perfumes .............................. 136-174 

Colgate's Soap ................................... 136-174 

Colgate's Tooth Paste ........................... 136-174 

Hind's Honey and Almond Cream ................ 136-174 

Ivory Soap ...................................... 136-174 

Mennen's Talcum Powder ........................ 136-174 

Mentholatum .................................... 136-174 

Morse's Chocolates ................................. 136 

Palm Olive Soap ................................. 136-174 

Pebeco Tooth Paste ....................... ...... 136-174 

Pepsodent Tooth Paste .................. . . . ..... 136-174 

Pompeian Massage Cream ....................... 136-174 

Woodbury's Facial Soap ......................... 136-174 

Incubators 

Simplicity .......................................... 140 

Kitchen Cabinets 

Sellers ............................................ 140 

Lighting Systems 

Lalley-Light ....................................... 179 

Live Stock Remedies 

Pratt's Poultry Remedies ..................... Back Cover 

Shoes 

Douglas .............. iin-114 

Queen Quality ............... . J^O 

Walkover ............................. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. isO-164 

Silos 

Indiana ................................... 155 

Stoves and Ranges 

Majestic ....................... 140 

Round Oak .................... ......... '.' .. 140-156 

Talking Machines 

Columbia Grafonolas ....................... 175 



Tractors 

Case . 



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FARMERS AND BREEDERS, MORGAN AND SCOTT COUNTIES 

Index 

Page 

Automobile Owners' Directory of Morgan County 178-183 

Automobile Owners' Directory of Scott County 184-185 

Breeders' Directory of Morgan County 131-140 

Breeders' Directory of Scott County 141-144 

Business Directory of Morgan County. 153-172 

Business Directory of Scott County 172-175 

Farmers' Directory of Morgan County 31-95 

Farmers' Directory of Scott County 96-130 

Tractor Owners' Directory of Morgan County 186 

Tractor Owners' Directory of Scott County 186 

General Information: 

Belt, how to keep from slipping 29 

Binder troubles and adjustments 4-9 

Corn planter adjustments 10-13 

Gestation Table of Farm Animals 145 

Hay Rope, how to mend 14-17 

Horses, care of 26 

Some common unsoundnesses 22-25 

Labor, value of 21 

Legal Holidays in Illinois 190 

Lightning rods protect buildings 29 

Livestock Farmers' Medicine Chest 18-21 

Morgan County Farmers' Club 187 

General farm data for 192-194 

Scott County History 188-190 

General farm data for 195-197 

Soldering 26 

Tractor Horsepower, how to judge 27-28 

United States Officers .. 191 



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