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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 30 June 1910

i If ,' p [Sk E. | i •t- STAR DRUG STORE ...MINERAL WATER... Don't overlook the fact that Mineral Water is a great tonic during the summer months, It may save yos a spell of sickness. Sold in bottles or served at fountian Headquarters for Pure Drugs Paints, Oils and Toilet Articles «CRIE Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN... This season we will pay particular attention to our cold drink departmeat. We will serve all the most popular drinks and when thirsty you will find any- thing you want by coming here. STAR DRUG STORE Aspermont, Texas. A beautiful black stallion, saddle and har- ness horse about 16 hands high, coming three years, old, sired of good speed will make the season at my place about six miles south of Aspermont Terms: $10.00 to in- sure $5.00 for season. Those interested are.nvited to call and look at this animal. BEN HILL owner C. W. Anderson jeweler 7 Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything: to be found in a fir...

Publication Title: Aspermont Star, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 30 June 1910

; • 111 L. CRADDOCK & CO. DALLAS, TEXAS. The largest shippers of whiskey direct to consumers in the SOUTH. Below we list a few of our leading brands: Our Own Bottling Bottled In Bond 4 Full Quarts 12 Qts. Craddock's '87 Craddock's '92 Melba Rye Dillinger Rye R. Monarch Canda Rye Best Tenn. Whiskey Craddock's Corn Nelson Sour Mash Rock and Ry^ Alcohol $5.00 $12.00 James E. Peoper 4.00 10.00 Green River 4.00 10.00 Sunny Brook 4.00 10.00 Guckenheimer Rve 3.50 9.00 Kentucky Club 3.00 8.00 Hill & Hill 3.00 8.00 Penwick Rye 3.00 8.00 Quality Club 2.50 7.00 Early Times 2.50 7.00 Clear Creek 3.50 10.00 Duffv's Malt 4 Full Quarts S5.50 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 4.50 4.50 4.50 4.00 4.00 12 Qts. $13.00 13.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 10.00 10.00 EXPRESS CHARGES PREPAID ON FOUR QUARTS OR MORE AGENTS SGLITZ BOTTLED BEER Per case four dozen pints, $5.00—$1.00 back for case and bottles Per case two dozen quarts, $4*25—SI.00 back for case and bottles Per cask ten dozen pints,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 30 June 1910

OK [O] [OI 10 DONTDOTHAT! You'll v^nt it Some * - * The money many men "fool away'' in one year would start them on the road to true independence. When one has once begun to travel this road by banking his money he never turns back. It is a comfortable feeling. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank o „ THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends J to pay Cotton Choppers. 5? [OE WANTED TO BUY YOUR POULTRY Hens per pound 8*. Springs per lb. 14c. Turkeys per lb. 12c. Roasters per lb. 5c. Poultry House in old Avery building, N. E. Cor. Square Prices corrected weekly. Wagner & Dewees JAYTON BOT- TLING WORKS W. H. TALLEY, Prop. JAYTON TEXAS All kinds of bottled drinks and svrups TRY "HUNNY DEW" The new delicious drink. For sale at Aspermont Pharmacy. 1-4 of Pound a Week ( at least, is what a young baby ought to gain in weight. Does yours? If not. there's something wrong with its digestion. Give it McGee's Baby Elixir and it will begin gaining at once Cures stomach and bow...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 30 June 1910

Vi ÍSR SUPPLEMENT. THE ASPERMONT STAR Vol. 12 Aspermont, Texas, Thursday Juné 30, 1910 No. 50 Boosters vs. Long Horns ■ The San Andelo Long Horns crossed bats with the Aspermont Boosters last Thursday for the first time, beginning a series of three games. Thursday's game was called at 4:15 p. m. with the Long Horns to the bat. They drew a goose egg in the first inning, and the Boosters scored. Then shut out followed shut out till the sixth inning when a Long Horn slammed out a home íun. This was followed bv another home run in the seventh and repre- sented the total score of the Long Horns. The Boosters broke the tie in the seventh and both sides drew goose eggs from that on-to the.end. . Features of this game was the pitching of Burleson and the work of Duckworth as short. Duckworth was hungry and he "ate up" everything in sight, re- ceiving the applause of every spectator. His was a star per- formance. Many went to the ball park for Friday's game expecting to see the Long Horns wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

TEN PAGES AND SUPPLEMENT THIS ISSUE J* S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. THE "BOOSTERS GO TO SAN ANGELO Arrive too Late for Game on 3rd, but Play a Double Header Monday. Losing the first by a score of 13 to 3 and winning the second by a score of 9 to 1. ASPERMONT, Stonewall Co., TEXAS, Thursday, July 7, 1910. Vol. 12, vV0N SpEC/^ Ml SII1E San Angelo people are enthnsiastic over the Boosters, and try to bribe, buy or steal Bobby. Mose Arrington lost the first game, but his ardour for the Boosters does not wane. Gaily bedecked with blue badg- es, bearing" the words Asper- mont Boosters thereon, and their traveling bags and suit cases also labeled in like manner. Our famous ball team accompanied by a large delegation of rooters left for San Angelo on the even- ing train July 2nd. They were scheduled to ar- rive in San Angelo at 10:25 a. m. the morning of the 3rd and play their first game that afternoon. They forgot, however, to inves- tigate the record of the Orient for the Boosters...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

A Popular Resort Our store is becoming a decidedly popular resort for people who want THE BEST OF EVERYTHING If you are not now a customer, we want you to call and let us show you how nice we cán be to you. Always ready to serve you, always glad to correct any error and always THERE WITH THE GOODS COLD DRINKS AND ICE CREAM are luxuries necessary to your comfort these hot days and we always try to excel in service and quality ' j'|| A CUSTOMER ONCE, A CUSTOMER ALWAYS Is the motto we try to live up to . ' - ;: S. W. THOMAS, Prop. New Brick South Side - m pi p B I wm Ü1 ÍM ■&k. How The Contest Stands Votes cast up to last Saturda night show the contestants as follows: I. O. O. F. Lodge 3536 W. O. W. Lodge 1376 Eastern Star Lodge 18902 Peckerwood Lodge 697 M. W. A. Lodge 505 Baptist church 5786 Christian Church 1123 Methodist Church 7328 Presbyterian church 1561 Johnson Chapel church 677 Public School 667 Shinery Lake church 634 Lutheran Church 603 Alice Lanier 10908 Ethel Ferrell 2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

^wwwwwwwwww^wwwwwvw* THE RANCH BURGLAR A STORY OF FEMININE NERVE AND PRESENCE OF MIND MRS. W. T. MULLIN A gentle breeze whispered a musical lullaby to the sleeping prairies, the rails of the pasture fences stood out like silver bars in the brilliant moon light; the bard white sanded road stretch- ed away before us like a silver ribbon and our grotesquely lengthened shadows raced beside us; often times the memory of that treasured night of youth and happiness recalls the open- ing lines of the old poem: want free life, and I want fresh^air, I sigh for the canter after the cattle, "The crack of the whips like shots in a battle; The green beneath and the blue above, And life, and liberty,—and love." Each day of the succession of weeks of pleasure was a golden bead inlyouth's princeless rosary. We fished and waded in the clear shallow Clear Fork; went plum hunting in the dew of the morning, galloping the three re- turn miles with the bags of plums tied to the saddle bows; rode with the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Evary Thursday S. W. , THOMAS, Ed. And Prop. W. T. MULLIN, Associate Editor Subscription, >1 PI Year. Entered at the Postoffice at Asper- mont, Texas, as second-class mail matter. goods box to tie her shoe and two young men who were passing turned ¿o a peninsular. Defini- tion: A neck (of land) jutting out to sea.—Benjamin Post. This is truly a noble effort on the part of the Post paste pot artist *to be humorous, but we be- lieve he strained himself trying to whittle it to a point. Four Issues One Month Rock Island Officials Visit Haskell. On last Saturday the special train bearing H. U. Mudge, President, Mr. Leods, ex-presi- dent, W. M. Whitenton, vice- president, and Mr. McKabe, Trav. Pass, and Freight Agt. of the Rock Island Railway, stop- ped at the depot and were takes in charge by a party of Haskell business men in automobiles and were taken over the town and shown the county, west of town toward Rule. The party went to Stamford from here and r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

m vmrn I List of Lands For the Taxes Reported Under the of 1897. Lots Delinquent March 31st 1910 of 1909 Only in Stonewall County. Pr ovisions of Section 10, Chapter 103, Laws Name of Owner Allen, H. G. Brown, J. D. Durrett, T. J. Evans, D. Ervin, H. W. Guest, A. E. Hewett, R. W. Metcalfe, W. E. Metcalfe, Jno. N. Roberts, T. H. 44 ¿4 Rogers, R. C. Sherrod, M. L. Sullivan, G. W. West, William Weeras, J. S. 44 44 Arteburn, W. B. Adams, Jno. B. Barefield, T. E. Barnett, J. H. 44 44 JBlackman, J. F. Bomer, Mrs. W. B. Brooks, W. C. Bright, W. M. Butler, R. V. Dyer, A. J. Erell, W. F. Ferber, J. E. Fuck, Wenze Gazzaway, S. W. Honey, N. B. Honey, W. L. Hubbard, Jno. L. Jarrell, U. W. Key, J. A. 44 March bank, H. Mathis, S. J. Monroe, Mrs. T. V. McConnell, Mrs. J. T. McAder, OsCar McKinney, Wm. Nichols, Geo. M. O'Brien, J. G, it « Parker, P. A. Parker, C. L. Pedigo, E. R. Pitts, J. E. Ragsdale, F. Robertson, J. F. Shafer, H. C. 44 44 Snell, W. W. Allison, F. R. Bibb, Brock & Penny Bradl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

= 40B 44-5878 335 • 4 796 29-2284 217 801 27-1809 17 858 244 160 B. B. B. and C. 1125 30-2527 90 H. & T. C., N. E. 1379 29-2144 138 J. J. Craft 1410 27-1809 18 Jno. Humphrey 1411 27-1802 4 1412 27-1872 24 1413 27-1801 2 1448 27-1810 20 A. V. McCarty 1517 29-2149 334 E. S. Bilberry 1520 10-377 2 Frank Davidson 1548 685 2 C. C. Linsley 1565 29-2105 246 W. B. Rimes 1584 31-171 2 E. S. Boulden 1585 688 4 1594 30-2502 40 S. S. Griffin 1605 30-2576 68 F. H. K. Day 1636 90-2534 44 Monroe Gholson 1641 29-2190 416 R. E. Guthrie 1646 1 M. B. Moore 1654 495 26 W. E. McLendon 1694 18 Mary Baker 1713 23 L. W. Wade 1714 24 44 1730 2 W. H. Woolridge 1-4 428; 428 $18 75 292 292 12 80 515 475 13 42 153 153 14 04 160 160 14 02 380 330 9 71 640 390 10 28 6301 • 410 10 79 560 260 6 86 300 180 5 62 640 400 13 95 80 80 2 10 480 480 21 03 420 420 11 04 320 320 11 28 630 480 12 70 410 380 9 99 260 260 6 32 310 250 6 56 290 200 5 37 100 100 8 77 160 80 3 51 614 614 53 80 481 481 16 83 160 160 9 82 479 4...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

-7 t * i ♦ i i + •f i i i + + ■f If you would be in style follow our fashion. It's a sure thing that we can please you in clothing. Doesn't such confidence deserve investi- gation? Let us show you and be convinced. You will find comfort and pleas- ure in asuitxof Poros-knit or mesh underwear try them they do not stick and pull. We are receiving new dry goods and notions suitable and season- able. The ladies will be pleased to learn that we have the exclusive agency for the May Mantón Pat- terns and that we will at all times keep in stock a complete assort- ment. Prepare your system for the hot days fo come by eating choice fresh groceries. We have them. We Please Our High Standard of Quality Brings us the Trade Of A. W. Springer & Son The House of Quality LOCALS AND PERSONALS Do you drink Mineral Water? For sale at Aspermont Pharmacy. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hahn on the 5th inst, a baby girl. If you don't want to sell your stuff. Better not list with McCord Realty Co. Rev. Sc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

STAR DRUG STORE «.MINERAL WATER... Don't overlook the fact that Mineral Water is a great tonic during the summer months, It may save yos a spell of sickness. Sold in bottles or served at fountian Headquarters for Pure Drugs Paints, Oils and Toilet Articles Í3CRIE Prescriptions carefully filled at all hours ...SODA FOUNTAIN... This season we will pay particular attention to our cold drink departmeat We will serve all the most popular drinks and when thirsty you will find any- thing you want by coming here. * STAR DRUG STORE !' ■ ■ Aspermont, Texas. HEADUÓHT A beautiful black stallion, saddle and har- ness horse about 16 hands high, coming three years old, sired of good speed will make the season at my place about six miles south of Aspermont Terms: $10.00 to in- sure $5.00 for season. Those interested are .nvited to call and look at this animal. BEN HILL owner C. W. Anderson jeweler Full line watches, clocks, jewelry, silverware, novelties and anything to be found in a first-class je...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

m L. CRADDOCK & CO. DALLAS, TEXAS. The largest shippers of whiskey direct to consumers in the SOUTH. Below we list a few of our leading brands: Our Own Bottling Bottled In Bond 4 Full 12 4 Full 12 Quarts Qts. Quarts Qts. Craddock's '87 S5.00 $12.00 James E. Peoper $5.50 $13.00 Craddock's '92 4.00 10.00 Green River 5.00 13.00 Melba Rye 4.00 10.00 Sunny Brook 5.00 12.00 Dillinger Rye 4.00 10.00 Guckenheimer Rve 5.00 12.00 R. Monarch 3.50 9.00 Kentucky Club 5.00 12.00 Canda Rye 3.00 8.00 Hill & Hill 5.00 12.00 Best Tenn. Whiskey 3.00 8.00 Penwick Rye 4.50 11.00 Craddock's Corn 3.00 8.00 Quality Club 4.50 11.00 Nelson Sour Mash 2.50 7.00 Early Times 4.50 11.00 Rock and Rye 2.50 7.00 Clear Creek 4.00 10.00 Alcohol 3.50 10.00 Duffv's Malt 4.00 10.00 EXPRESS CHARGES PREPAID ON FOUR QUARTS OR MORE AGENTS SGLITZ BOTTLED BEER Per case four dozen pints. $5.00—$1.00 back for case and bottles Per case two dozen quarts, $4.25—SI.00 back for case and bottles Per cask ten dozen pints, $11.0...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

5 THIS NEVER. HAPPENS ToTHE MAN WHO HAS HIS MONEY SAFE IN THE<«g|RANK. (SOME FOOLISHTUaf / MAW HAS LOST ^ HIS WALLET J Did you ever lose money * out of your pocket and feel badly about it afterward? Did you ever spend money foolishly and "kick" yourself be= cause you did? Put it in the bank and you will do neither. Besides you'll find it more real en joy= ment to save than to spend. Make OUR Bank YOUR Bank THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK We will make small loans to our FARMER friends _ to pay Cotton Choppers. 2 ^Ol——10E3SC30I——aoy WANTED TO BUY YOUR POULTRY Hens $3.00 per dozen Springs $2.50 to $3. per doz. Ducks $3.50 per dozen Turkeys per lb. 12c. * Old Roosters 15c. each Poultry House in old Avery building, N. E. Cor. Square 1 Prices corrected weekly. Wagner & Dewees JAYTON BOT- TLING WORKS W. H. TALLEY, Prop. JAYTON TEXAS All kinds of bottled drinks and syrups TRY "HUNNY DEW" The new delicious drink. For sale at Aspermont Pharmacy. To Amend jConstitution Proposed amendment to the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 7 July 1910

u M E NT THE ASPERMONT STAR Vol. 12 Aspermont, Texas, Thursday July 7, 1910 No. 51 San Angelo Trip Side Lights An employee of fche San Ange- lo Standard attempts to cast re- flections on our ball team and town by refering to them as the "Jaspers." While we resent this insult, we want it understood that the Boosters are winners, no matter what you call them, and they have won the hearts of the San Angelo fans. Call us Boost- ers, sonny, that's our name. Ask D. M. Morgan about the way be tipped the orchestra in the second game and how they put ginger into the BoosteYs. S. W. Thomas arrived at the ball park for the second game at the close of the first inning He asked in a semi whisper how it was going. The answer was yelled back,«"three to nothing in favor of the Boosters." Sam hasn't whispered since. Ask Bill Forgus how about mending an axle at three o'clock a. m. Army Abbott held two horses and a night mare all at the same time. Tom Abbott put on a show at the ball park the second g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

TEN PAGES THIS ISSUE 'My u )' •"' i S. W. THOMAS, Editor and Proprietor. = ASPERMONT, Stonewall Cck, TEXAS, Thursday, July 14, 1910. Vol.12, No. 52 SOUTH SIDE PARK NOW FENCED Work on Iron Fence Began at Noon Mon- day Completed To-day. Civic Improve- ment Club Deserves Credit V\0N SpEC/^ v\0^ SPEctAi ON The material for the iron fence arounid the south side park- arrived last Monday, and work- men at once began putting same in place, and their work will be finished today. This is the first step of the Civic Improvement Club toward civic attractiveness, a^d.the.com- plete success of their initial ef- fort is but a forecast of their ca- pabilities for good in the civic development of Aspermont. This feüce when completed will cost a little less than $500.00 and the first payment on same is already in the hands of the club, and subs^qnent payments are assured. Within the enclosure, shade trees will be planted, and bench- es placed, making this a popular resort for the weary, and an ad- m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

1 < ¿ V v' ^ ' • _ ' V «* v ^:,r * afi Our store is becoming a resort for people If you are not now a customer, we want you to and let us show you how nice we can be to you. Always ready to serve you, always glad to correct any error and always THERE WITH THE GOODS COLD DRINKS AND ICE CREAM are luxuries necessary to your comfort these hot days and we always try to excel in service and quality A CUSTOMER ONCE, A CUSTOMER ALWAYS Is the we try to Mve up to ' ■ ' - S. W. THOMAS, Prop. New Brick South Side — — . .-'l il jolly bunch found tfceir way 'home in the dark' without es- corts, stopping long; enough to warble a sweet serenade or two which were rewarded with ap- plause—only. How The Contest Stands Votes cast up to last Saturda night show the contestants as follows: I. O. O. F. Lodge 3544 W. O. W. Lodge 1397 Eastern Star Lodge 20752 Peckerwood Lodge 697 M. W. A. Lodge 505 Baptist church 6508 Christian Church 1128 Methodist Church 8943 Presbyterian church 1561 Johnson Chapel chur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

'V THE RANCH BURGLAR A STORY OF FEMININE NERVE AND PRESENCE OF MIND MRS. W. T. MULLIN The last week of our visit ¡ drew near, September would see j us again at our duties for we were working girls to whom this j outing meant volumes of pleas- ure. As a crowning triumph of ¡ their hospitality, Neva and Tom j were planning a dance. Invita-j tions were forwarded by the cow- boys and the mail carrier to all the nearby ranches and to Para- dise. The weather being pro- pitious a barbecued supper was to be served o t of doors for the arriving guests, arid after the dance, about the hour "o? night's black arch the keystone" salads, sandwiches, and coffee would be offered. A tremendous amount of preparations was necessary even with the willing assistance of the entire masculine force. The mail hack came in loaded down with rolls of red, white and blue tissue paper flags big and little, Japanese lanterns, surplus stock left over from the glorious ÍFourth. We had toiled unremittingly all day d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

THE ASPERMONT STAR Published Every Thursday S. W. THOMAS, Ed. and Prop. W. T. MULLIN, Associate Editor ¡Subscription. ."SI A Year. Entered at the Postoftice at Asper- mont. Texas, as second-class mail matter. Four Issues One Month Now that "Coon' won what are the Cone? Johnson has chances for Farmers are airead}* prepar- ing to enlarge their barns in order to handle the bumper crops that are now on the way. Fight Films One of the principal features of the Jeffries-Johnson fight, when the papers on the articles of agreement were drawn up, were the revenues each combat- ant would receive from the sub- sequent exhibition of the fight by means of the motion pictures. In order to make these remu- erative the fight must be suffi- ciently long to afford a good show for the price of admission which would naturally be asked. The writer in summing up the outlook, previous to the con- test, basing his opinion, not on scientific knowledge of the prize ring tactics, but on a common sense knowled...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Aspermont Star — 14 July 1910

y List of Lands and Lots Delinquent March 31st 1910 For the Taxes of 1909 Only in Stonewall County. Reported Under the Pr ovisions of Section 10, Chapter 103, Laws of 1897. Name of Owner Abst. Cert. No. Surv. Original Grantee Acres Acres Total No. No. Ass'ed Del'qt Taxes Allen, H. G. 1119 29-2154 344 B. F. Alien 166 166 $10 28 Brown, J. D. 268 30-2123 281 H. & T. C. part E. 1-4 10 10 5 65 Durrett, T. J. 1713 23 L. W. Wade 160 160 13 69 Evans, D. 263 30-2528 91 H. & T. C. Sw. 1-4 163 163 ,26 42 Ervin, H. W. 1119 29-2154 344 B. F. Allen, N. E. 1-4 166 166 7 .11 Guest, A. E. 293 30-2564 163 H. & T. C., N. W. 1-4 162 162 17 35 Hewett, R. W. 1444 29-2104 244 M. W. Maxwell, W. part 80 80 7 75 Metcalfe,. W. E. 289 29-2568 171 H. & T. C., S. E. 1-4" 164 164 15 95 Metcalfe, Jno. N. 1663 29-2486 8 Win. Wilkerson 640 640 30 69 Roberts, T. H. tfc 6. 168 285 H. & T. C., Sw. part of Sw. 1-4 83 83 164 293 Ne. part of Ne. 1-4 83 83 17 35 Rogers, R. C. 321 30-2511 57 N. E. 1-4 16...

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