Plat book of Emmet County, Michigan
Myers, P. A., Myers, J. W., Consolidated Publishing Company., E.P. Noll & Co.

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Page  3 TABLE OF CONTENTS EMMET COUNTY, MICHIGAN "TO' vvN11*;SHI I PlS BEAR CREEK BLISS. CENTER. CROSS VILLAGE CARP LAKE. EGLESTON, FRIENDSHIP. LITTLE TRAVERSE PAGE. 8 * 32, 33 *. 30 * 34 28, 29 26. 27 13 LITTLEFIELD MAPLE RIVER. PLEASANT VIEW. READMOND RESORT. SPRINGVALE WEST TRAVERSE PAGE. II 21. 20 3 1 * *... 31 * *... 10 9 ** 12 CIT~IES AND T*,OWNll*S ALANSON BAYVIEW BRUTUS CROSS VILLAGE CINCINNATI POINT CONWAY. EMMET BEACH EAST BAY VIEW ECHO BEACH GOOD HART HARBOR SPRINGS IDYL WILDE IDUNA ILLINOIS PARK KE-GO-MIC LAKEVIEW. LEVERING PAGE. i6 17. 25 23. 25 15 x8 *. * 36 24. 22 13 12 15 * 13 LAKEGROVE ME-NON-A-QUA BEACH MIDDLE VILLAGE. MACKINAW CITY. ODEN ISLE ODEN. PON-SHE-WA-ING PELLSTON PETOSKEY... ROARING BROOK STUTSMANSVILLE THE HEIGHTS VAN.., WE-QUE-TON-SING. WOODLAND PARK. WILDMERE SPRINGS. PAGE 15 19 24 * 36-37 14 i8 I9 * * * 35 * *. * * 19 17. 22 24 * 35 36 14 19 12 22 MISCELLANEOUS EMMET COUNTY OUTLINE MICHIGAN STATE MAP. GOVERNMENT SURVEYS. PATRONS' DIRECTORY. 49, 50, 5 1, 52, 53, 54, 55, PAGE T 6, 7 FARMERS' DIRECTORY 40, 41; TABLE OF CONTENTS 4 TITLE PAGE. 56, 57 ' EXPLANATIONS PAGE 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 3*. I 10, 28, 31, 32 *. I

Page  4 GOVERNMENT SURVEYS FROM INSTRUCTIONS BY J. A. WILLIAMSON, COMMISSIONER. IHSTORiCAL. THE rectangular system of surveying Government lands, termed the Land System of the United States, was adopted by an act of Congress passed May 20, 1781t The ordinance provided for townships six miles square, containing i-Irty-six sections of one mile square. The region embraced by the surveys under this law forms a part of the present State of Ohio, and is usually styled "Old Seven Ranges." The townships, six miles squ9>r3, were laid out in ranges, extending northward from the Ohio River, the townships being numbered from south to north, and the ranges from east to west. In these initial surveys only the exterior lines of the townships were surveyed and mile corners were established on the township lines, but the plats were marked by subdivisions into sections ot one mile square. The sections were numbered from one to thirty-six, commencing with number one in the southeast comer of the township, and running from south to nwrth in each tier to number thirty-six In the northwest corner of the township. These first public surveys were made under the direction of the Geographer of the United States. The act of Congress approved May 18,1796, provided for the appointment of a surveyor-general, and directed the survey of the lands northwest of the Ohio River and above the mouth of the Kentucky River, "in which the titles of the Indian tribes have been extinguished." Under this law one-half of the townships surveyed were subdivided into sections "by running through the same, each way, parallel lines at the end of every two miles, and by making a corner on each of said lines at the end of every mile," and it further provided that "the sections shall be numbered, respectively, beginning with the number on, in the northeast section, and proceeding west and east alternately, through the township, with progressive numbers till the thirty-sixth be completed." This method of numbering the sections is still in use. The act of Congress, approved Februaiy 11, 1805, directs the subdivision of the public lands into quarter sections, and provides that all the corners marked in the public surveys shall be established as the proper corners of sections or subdivisions of sections which they were intended to designate, and that corners of half and quarter sections not marked shall be placed as nearly as possible "equidistant from those two corners which stand on the same line." The act of Congress, approved April 25 ), 1812, provided " That there shall be established in the Department of the Treasury an office to be denominated the General Land Office, the chief officer of which shall be called the Commissioner of the General Land Office, whose duty it shall be, under the direttion of the head of the department, to superintend, execute, and perform all such acts and things touching or respecting the public lands of the United States and other lands patented or granted by the United States, as have heretofore been directed by law to be done or performed in the office of the Secretary of State, of the Secretary and Register of the Treasury, and of the Secretary of War, or which shall hereafter by law be assigned to the said office." The act of Congress approved July 4, 1836, provided for the reorganization of the General Land Office, and that the executive duties of said office "shall be subject to the supervision and control of the commissioner of the General Land Office under the direction of the President of the Unjted States." The repealing clause is, "That such provisions of the act of the twenty-fifth of April, in the year one thousand eight hundred and twelve, entitled ' An act for the establishment of a General Land Office in the Department of the Treasury,' and of all acts amendatory thereof as are inconsistent with the provisions of this act, be, and the same are hereby, repealed." From the wording of this act,At would appear that the control of the General Land Office was removed from the Treasury Department, and that the Commissioner reported directly to the President, but as a matter of fact, the Secretary of the Treasury still had supervisory control, for the act of Congress, approved March 3, 1849, by which the Department of the Interior was established, provided " That the Secretary of the Interior shall perform all the duties in relation to the General Land Office, of supervision and appeal, now discharged by the Secretary of the Treasury." By this act the General Iand Office was transferred to the Department of the Interior, where it still remains. RECTANGULAR SYSTEMS. The public lands of the United States are ordinarily surveyed Into rectangular tracts bounded by lines conforming to the cardinal points. The principal lines are designated as meridian, base, township, range, and section lines, and the bodies of land thus formed are known as townships, sections, and lots. The first recorded use of the terms "township" and "section," as applied to the public lands of the United States, is in an ordinance reported to Congress April 26, 1785. SURVEYING. Initial points from which the lines of the public surveys are to be extended must be established whenever necessary under such special instructions as may be prescribed in each case by the Commissioner of the General Land Office. The locus of such initial points must be selected with great care and due consideration for their prominence and easy identification, and must be established astronomically. The initial point having been established, the lines of the public survey are to be extended therefrom as follows:PRTNCIPAL ME1IDIAN AND BASE LINES are extended north and south and cast and west from the initial point by the use of sclar instruments or transits, as may be directed by the surveyor Geno-al. In order to check errors in ineas"rement, two sets of chainmen, operating independently of each other, must be employed, and the proper corners established. Principal meridians are designated by number or name, as the Fourth and Fifth principal meridians in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, and eastern Dakota, or the " Black Hills" meridian in western Dakota, and the Salt Lake meridian in Utah. STANDARDS AND AUXILIARIES. Standard parallels, which are also called correction Ines, and auxiliary or guide meridians, are run from time to time, and are designated by number, and as north, south, east, or west, as the case may be, from their respective base lines and principal meridians; parallels and auxiliaries are now run at intervals of twenty-four miles, dividing thle country into tracts of twenty-four miles square, or sixteen townships. TOWNSHIPS AND 11ANGES. Township lines are run east and west parallel with and six miles from the base line and from each other, and the spaces between these lines are known as townships north or south, and designated by numbers according to their numerical distance from the base line. Range lines are run north and south on a true meridian, six miles from and parallel, as near as may be, with the principal meridian, and the spaces between them are known as ranges, and are described as east or west of the principal meridian, and consecutively numbered from that line. The bodies of land six miles square, formed by the intersection of the township and range lines, are called CONGRESSIONAL TOWNSHIPS, and contain, as near as may be, 23,040 acres. C,onressional townships are described and located as being north or.south of the base line and east or west of the Principal Meridian from which that p:irticular survey is made. Thus township one north, range three west of the Fifth principal meridian, would be the first township north of the base line and in the third range west from the principal meridian. The law requires that the lines of the public surveys shall be governed by the true meridian, and that the townships shall be six miles square, two things involving, in connection, a mathematical impossibility, for, strictly to conform to the meridian, necessarily throws the township out of square, by reason of the convergency of the meridians, and hence, by adhering to the true meridian, results the necessity of departing from the strict requirements of law, as respects the precise area of townships and the subdivisional parts thereof, the townships assuming something of a trapezoidal form, which inequality develops itself more and more as such, the higher the latitude of the surveys. Congressional townships are subdivided into thirty-six tracts, called SECTIONS, each contuninog as rear as may be 640 acres. The thirty-six sections into which a township is subdivided are numbered, commencing with number one at the northeast angle of the township, and proceeding west to number six, and thence proceeding east to number twelve, and so on, alternately, until they number thirty-six in the southeast angle. In all cases of surveys of fractional townships, the sections should bear the same number as they would if the township was full. In all cases where the exterior lines of the townships, thus subdivided into sections or half sections, shall exceed, or shall not extend six miles, the excess or deficiency shall be specially noted, and added to or deducted from the western or northern ranges of sections or half sections in such township, according as the error may be in running the lines from east to west, or from south to north; the sections and half sections bounded on the northern and western lines of such townships shall be sold as containing only the quantity expressed in the returns and plats respec tively, and all others as containing the complete legal quantity. Sections are divided into quarters by straight lines run from the established quarter section corners-United States surveys-to the opposite corresponding corners, and the point of intersection of the lines so run will be the corner common to the several quarter sections, or, in other words, the legal centre of the section; these quarter sections are designated as northeast quarter, northwest, southwest, or southeast, according to their location with regard to their comn'ion corner. of the section, fept on the last half mile of the lines closing on the north or west boundaries of a township, where they should be placed at twenty chains, proportionate measurement, to the north or west o! thie quarter section corner. Fractional sections and those containing meandered rivers and lakes are also divided into 40 acre lots, as near as may be, these fractional lots are numbered from one upwards in each section. By an examination of the accompanying diagram and of the maps on other pages of this work, the careful student will be enabled to describe or locate any piece of land. Numbers 1, 2-6 are the numbers cf the meandered lots. A is the north sixty acres of the north half of the northwest quarter, 1, south twenty acres north half northwest quarter; C, northwest quarter of the southeast of the northwest quarter; D, east one-half southeast northwest; e is the section corner,f north quarter corner, < west quarter corner, h quarter quarter corner. Proceeding down stream, the bank on the left hand is termed the "left bank" and that on the right hand the "right bank." These terms arc to be universally used to distinguish the two banks of a river or stream. MARKING LINES. All lines on which are to be established the legal corner boundaries are to be marked after this method, viz: Those trees which may in tercept your line must have two chops or notches cut on each side of them without any other marks whatever. Tliese are called "sight trees'" or "line trees." A sufficient number of other trees standing within fifty links of the line, on either side of it, are to be blazed on two sides diagonally, or quartering towards the line, in order to render the line conspicuous and readily to be traced, the blazes to be opposite each other, coinciding in direction with the line where the trees stand very near it and to approach nearer each other the farther the line passes from tWe blazed trees. Due care must ever be taken to have the lines so well marked as to be readily followed, and to cut the blazes deep enough to have recognizable scars as long as the tree shall stand. Where trees two inches or more in diameter are found, the required blazes must not be omitted. Bushes on or near the line should be bent at right angles therewith, and receive a blow of the axe at about the usual height of blazes from the ground sufficient to leave them in a bent position, but not to prevent their growth. CORNERS. The following are the different points for perpetuating comers, viz: For township boundaries, at intervals of every six miles. For section boundaries, at intervals of every mile, or eighty chains. For quarter section boundaries, at intervals of every half mile, or forty chains; exceptions, however, occur, as has already been explained. Meander corners are established at all those points where the lines of the public surveys intersect the banks of such rivers, bayous, lakes, or islands as are iy law directed to be meandered. Corners may be marked by a cross (x) marked at exact corner point on a rock in place, or by marks on a tree growing at the corner. Corners are also marked by stones, posts, burnt stakes, charcoal, mounds of stone and earth, and pits. Witness corners or bearing trees are also established to assist in identifying the true corner. Township corners common to four townships, and section corners common to four sections, are to be set diagonally in the earth, with angles in the direction of the lines. All other comers are to be set square, with sides facing the direction of the lines. Stones and posts at towrship corners are marked with six notches on the edges, stones and posts at section corners are marked on the south and east edges with as many notehes as the corner is distant in miles from the south and east township lines. RE-ESTABLISHMENT OF LOST CORNERS. The original corners, where they can be found, must stand as the true corners they were intended to represent, even though not exactly where strict professional care might have placed them in the first instance. Missing corners should be re-established in the identical localities they originally occupied. When the point cannot be determined by the existing landmarks in the field, resort must be had to the field notes of the original survey. The law provides that the lengths of the lines, as stated in the field notes shall be considered as the true lengths thereof, and the distances between corners set down in the field notes constitute proper data from which to determine the true locality of a missing corner; hence the rule that all such should be restored at distances proportionate to the original measurements between existing original corners. That is, if the measurement between two existing corners dift fers from that stated in the field notes, the excess or deficiency shoulk be distributed proportionately among the intervening section lines between the said existing comers standing in their original places. Missing corners on standard township and range lines should be restored by proportionate measurement between the nearest existing original corners on those lines. Missing section corners in the interior of townships should be re-established at proportionate distances between the nearest existing original corners north and south of the missing corners. As has been observed, no existing original corner can be disturbed, and it will be plain that any excess or deficiency in measurements between existing corners cannot in any decree affect the distances beyond said existing corners, hut must be added or subtracted proportionately to or from the intervals embraced between the corners which are stll) standing f L A - K - I - - - " —Ir 2 A S.W.N.W. -- - 2*!4wirterSfctiW{[lLrf'n........ ^ y 4 South West JtV Quarter 5 8 Sectio Line -y I -L w a - - " -14 -—. - -ItAff i Tn the subdivision of quarter sections, the quarter quarter corners are to be placed at points equidistant between the section and quarter section corners and between the quarter corners and the common centre

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Page  43 43 FARMERS' DIRECTORY oF EMMET COUNTY, MICH. CROSS VILLAGE TOWNSHIP. Post Office. PLEASANT VIEW TOWNSHIP. Post Office. MAPLE RIVER TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Section Name. Post Office. Section. Name. Section. Name. Andrus, J. D............ Pleasant View.......... Byfus, A.................. Pleasant View......... Boetger, John............. Ayr.................. Brown, Marion............Ayr................... Cameron, F. B............ Brutus............... Clark, J. & L.............. Ayr.................. Coleman, J. H............ Ayr.................. Clemens, A............... Ayr.................. Clemens, L............... Ayr................... Coykendall, A.............. Harbor Springs....... Chambers, A............. Harbor Springs....... Grauel, H............... Ayr.................. Grauel, W illiam............Ayr................. Gleason, A. J............... Harbor Springs..... H icks, John............... Ayr.................. Harter, George...........Ayr................... Jenkins, W.............. Harbor Springs....... Kidder, Birt............. Pleasant View......... Kabelman, Charles........ Ayr................... Lemmon, Walter.......... Pleasant View......... Lucas, Charles........... Harbor Springs....... Lucas, George W........... Harbor Springs....... Morse, E. Z................ Pleasant View......... Mathews, Clarence........ Harbor Springs....... Patterson, W. E............ Pleasant View......... Rextrew, George......... Harbor Springs....... Rutlage, Frank........... Harbor Springs....... Stanley, Robert........... Harbor Springs....... Seymour, Mark........... Pleasant View........ Scherrer, Ed............ Ayr.................. Schierschmidt, Geo........ Pleasant View......... Schierschmidt, Charles...... Pleasant View......... Scherrer, John............ Ayr.................. Smith, Edgar............. Pleasant View......... Tyson, Sam............... Ayr.................. Wibert, S............... Ayr................... W hite, L................. Ayr.................. Warren, John............. Ayr.................. Willis, A. C............... Pleasant View......... Ziegler, H. A.............. Ayr.................. CARP LAKE TOWNSHIP. Adams, Henry............ Levering............. Bell, Cuba E............... Levering.............. Carlton, George........... Levering............... Carlton, Alfred............ Levering.............. Carstens, WV............... Levering.............. Carstens, J........... Levering............. Case, W................ Levering........... Derhammer, Hannah L..... Carp Lake............. Foster, W m............... Levering............... Grant, Isaac.............. Levering.............. Grant, S. E................ Levering.............. Hoar, John............... Levering............... Hoar, Thomas............. Levering............... Hartung, David........... Levering............... Jones, Ed............... Levering............... Killpatrick, Hugh......... Levering............... Killpatrick, Nat............ Levering............... Kalbfleisch, Jacob........... Levering............... Luesing, Elias............ Levering............... Mitchell, Nathan V......... Levering............... Reed, George H............ Levering............... Reed, William J............... Levering............... Reed, W................ Levering............. Readmon, James.......... Levering............. Schmalzried, Fred......... Levering............. Schmalzried, J. C.......... Levering............... Schmalzried, L. W.......... Levering............. Schmalzried, Theodore..... Levering............... Tyler, C. A............... Levering............... 2 Walther, E.............. Levering...............; Winn, J.............. Bliss................. 22 2 13 25 12 25 I 26 26 4 29 13 ig 1 '9 23 26 28 27 13 15 6 7 1 6 II '7 '9 7 '7 25 4 4 35 24 24 25 35 25 21 36 29 34 33 28 27 27 36 I5 33 33 20 33 34 28 28 29 29 28 32 28 28 33 33 29 20 29 20 29 25 20 7 Boroski, A............. Cross Village............. Cetas, Charles............ Cross Village.......... Dailey, D............... Cross Village.......... Judd, C. E................ Cross Village.......... King, L. J......... Cross Village........... Kruskey, James..........Cross Village........... Kruskey, F.............. Cross Village.......... Ransom, E.............. Cross Village......... Swartout F............. Cross Village........... Warren, B.............. Cross Village.......... EGLESTON. Fletcher, E. T.............Levering............. Frank, Charles............ Levering............... Hicks, A................Levering.............. McLachlan, Alex......... Levering............... McLachlan, P............. Levering............... Kusloskey, B.............Ely................... Sherritt, Thomas........... Levering.............. 3 34 34 5 4 2 2 2 36 Schmidt, John............ Brutus................. Snider, Owen............. Brutus............ Torry, Mrs. Mary.......... Brutus................ Tyson, Isaac H.............Alanson............... Wybert, A............. Ayr.................. W orst, Gotlieb............ Brutus................ W orst, John............. Brutus........... Zuck. Samuel............. Brutus.......... 26 27 34 31 i8 9 15.14 2 5 5 4 5 5 30 4 MAPLE RIVER TOWNSHIP. Burns, P. J.......... Ayr Brubaker, Noah........... Brutus Brubaker, Jesse G........... Brutus Brubaker, Daniel.......... Brutus Brubaker, J.......... Brutus Burkhart, Daniel.......... Brutus Burkhart, Eli.............. Brutus Bechtel, Jesse............. F'rutus Brill, Val...............Brutus Brice, A................ Brutus Bathke, A. WV............ Brutus Bathke, Chas............ Brutus Cox, E. H............. Brutus..................................................................................................... Crapsey, A. B............ Ayr... Crapsey, Wm.............. Ayr.. Crawford, H. M............ Brutus Case, Harry............... Brutus Cupp, Samuel............ Brutus Dettwiler, C. W............ Brutus Dettwiler, J. K............ Brutus Dettwiler, A. K........... Brutus Dettwiler, A. W............ Brutus Dettwiler, J. WX............ Brutus Detrick. Gotlieb........... Brutus Dart, &. XW.............. Brutus Eby, Cyrus............... Brutus Edgerton, Wm. E.......... Brutus Griner, George............ Brutus Gish, James C.............. Brutus Howell, T. C............ Brutus Helick, E............... Brutus Johnson, S.............. IBrutus Klink, John.............. Brutus Kubler. Charles............ Brutus Kubler, Albert............. Brutus Kugler, Charles............. Brutus Leubke, W............... Brutus............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 30 I7 II 12 i6 II II 22 23 25 29 29 35 I9 i8 I6 23 33 9 i6 20 20 21 i6 33 I9 25 I0 14 34 9 10 15 I5 22 15 33 34 34 34 34 22 22 32 II 26 I9 17 31 9 10 I9 22 FRIENDSHIP TOWNSHIP. Budlong, W. E.............Harbor Springs........ Barkley, Samuel W......... Goodhart.............. Barkley, Gorden........... Goodhart.......... Brookman, Henry.........Harbor Springs........ Bachee, D. K.............. Harbor Springs........ Bachee, Charles F.......... Harbor Springs........ Blackman, L. D............ Harbor Springs........ Brown, E. M.............. Harbor Springs........ Brown, E................. Harbor Springs........ Cole, W. H............. Harbor Springs........ Cupp, David............ Goodhart.............. I Carmien, Mary E. G......... Harbor Springs........ Cole, George B............. Harbor Springs........ Chingwash, E.............. Harbor Springs........ Corey, W. M.............. Harbor Springs........ Cole, 0. M.............. Harbor Springs........ Corey, W. J.......... Harbor Springs........ Davis, Willliam........... Harbor Springs........ I Davis, E............... Goodhart.............. Davis, William............ Harbor Springs........ Elsworth, S. G............. Goodhart......... Francis, J............ (.oodhart............... Foss, Chlarles............. ioodhart........... Foss, William............. Goodhart............ Garver, Jacob............. Goodhart.......... Gish, Perry.............. Harbor Springs........ Gish, William............ Harbor Springs........ I Goltry, Francis M........... Harbor Springs........ Goltry, William R........... Harbor Springs........ Higbee, H. W.............. Harbor Springs........ Hurd, William F............ Harbor Springs........ Hoddinott, Joseph H........ Harbor Springs........ Hall, Philander............. Harbor Springs........ Kawegomoa, Jonas.......... Goodlhart.............. Kelly, Richard............. Harbor Springs........ Kaylor, D. S............... Harbor Springs........ Kingman, H............... Harbor Springs........ Kingman, A.............. Harbor Springs........ Lamkin, Cahrles........... Harbor Springs........ Mills, Manly A............. Harbor Springs....... Mills, A. J............ Harbor Springs........ Merihue, E................ Harbor Springs........ McFaden, Sam.............Harbor Springs........ Niswonder, Joseph......... Harbor Springs........ Pantz, Ambrose........... Goodhart.............. Perry, George............. Harbor Springs.......... Perry, Ed............... Harbor Springs......... Perry, William............. Harbor Springs........: Pontius, Chris............. Harbor Springs......... Pries, Martin............. Harbor Springs........ Radle, D. H............. Harbor Springs......... Rhine, Ella.............. Harbor Springs......... Rarick, James............. Harbor Springs.......... Smith, Margaret.......... Harbor Springs........ Sterley, John............ Goodhart............. Sterley, Joseph........... Harbor Springs........ Smith, L. N............. Harbor Springs........ Scalf, B. N.............. Harbor Springs......... 2 Spicer, C.................. Harbor Springs......... Stutsman, A. A.............Harbor Springs......... Stutsman, Joseph.......... Harbor Springs......... Stutsman, Isaiah........... Harbor Springs......... Stutsman, J. R............. Harbor Springs......... I Stutsman, I. W.............Harbor Springs......... 23 6 6 17 19 27 I 23 23 9 6 21 30 30 26 23 26 20 I 22 7 I I 6 I 2 I 23 23 22 14 13 24 6 4 i6 3 3 II 17 17 25 7 3 6 I5 15 14 I4 14 I i6 24 23 20 5 9 8 22 [I 1I I II 1 I LI M orice, J. M............... Alanson............... O 9Reilly, R. T.............. Brutus................ O'Reilly, M at.............. Brutus............... O 'Reilly, L................ rutus................ Patterson, B............ Brutus............... Patterson, G............. s. Brtu... Porter, T. N.............. -\lanson................ Reist, E. B................ Brutus................ Reinboldt, J. N............. Brutus................ Schaffer, S. F.............. Ayr.................. Strayer, John W............ Brutus................. Sanford, S. E.............. Alanson............... Stembling, E............ Brutus............ Sage, Nicholas............ Brutus................ Sauder, J............... Ayr................... Sladoskey, Frank.........B. rutus.............. I I I I I I.1 A

Page  44 44 F A RM R E a S' D I a E C TrO ER Y.-Coritinued. - - FRIEIDSHIP TOWWSHIP.-Continued. Name. Post Office. Section. Snively, Peter W........... Harbor Springs......... 2 Terpening, Seth W.......... Harbor Springs......... 29 Terpening, B. F............ Harbor Springs......... 29 Troup, Fred.............. Harbor Springs.......... 14 j Thompson, John........... Harbor Springs......... 23 Whitaker, Dell............ Harbor Springs......... i8 Whitaker, A. S............. Harbor Springs......... 20 W hitaker, B............... Harbor Springs......... 20 W eaves, S................. Harbor Springs.......... I6 Ward, Andrew............ Harbor Springs......... 29 Whitney, Ezra............. Harbor Springs.......... I4 Wellmann, Henry F......... Harbor Springs......... 23 Wressle, Richard.......... Harbor Springs......... 23 Wressle, George........... Harbor Springs......... 23 Warner, William, Jr........... Harbor Springs......... 25 Warner, William, Sr......... Harbor Springs......... 25 Williams, Niles............ Harbor Springs......... 25 READMOND. Bradley, A................ Goodhart.............. 32 Bradley, James............ Goodhart............. 29 Brott, A. T............... Cross Village........... 17 Backus, Joseph............. Cross Village........... i 8 Backus, Eugene........... Cross Village........... i8 Burdeski Joseph............. Cross Village.......... 9 Beckon, Albert............. Cross Village........... IO Burns, Peter.............. Readmond............. 26 Bowlsby, George C......... Goodhart.............. 36 Billu, Charles.............. Cross Village........... i6 Crandall, M. C............. Cross Village.......... 9 Cole, W. R............... Cross Village............ o Clancey, Charles........... Goodhart.......... 25 i Chapin, T. L.............. Goodhart.............. 32 Chapin, W illiam........... Goodhart.............. 33 Cetas, W. M.............. Readmond............. 36 Cole, Jerome.............. Cross Village........... 23 Doonan, L. C.............. Goodhart................. 32 Darrow, John A............ Cross Village........... 21 Demmond, W. W.......... Goodhart.............. 31 Duncard, Lydia........... Goodhart.............. 31 Driscoll, Cornelius......... Readmond............. 35 Dubois, J. W............. Redmond.............. 25 Ellsworth, J. B.. Redmond............... 35 Foote, W. W............... Cross Village........... 8 Foote, Eugene............ Cross Village........... 16 Franke, William........... Cross Village........... 23 Ferti, John................ Cross Village........... i i Gibson, David............. Cross Village........... 17 Gleason, Reuben........... Cross Village........... 9 Gilbert, R................ Goodhart............... 36 Garver, L. B.............. Goodhart.............. 36 Gregory, William S......... Cross Village........... 24 Holland, Thomas.......... Goodhart.............. 29 Hildorf, A. M............ Cross Village......... 14 Johnston, Robert.......... Cross Village........... 22 Johnston, David........... Cross Village........... 32 Johnston, W. B............. Cross Village........... 22 Jablonski, Bruno.......... Cross Village........ 22 Keller, John............... Cross Village.......... i0 Keller, Andrew............ Cross Village........... i0 Klinefelt, H. C.............. Readmond............. 34 Kopkou, Aug............... Readmond............. 35 Keller, Gust................ Cross Village.......... 15 Kopenkoskie, James........ Cross Village........... i6 Krusell, Joseph............. Cross Village........... Io Kosequat, William......... Goodhart.............. 36 Lamkin, Lowell........... Goodhart.............. 36 Lasley, Louis.............. Cross Village........... i0 Mathews, J. C...............Cross Village........... 17 Miller, Lyman............. Goodhart.............. 18 Mixauba, William......... Goodhart.............. 36 Morett, Emil.............. Cross Village........... 13 Myers, Peter.............. Cross Village.3 McLain, Daniel........... Cross Village........... 20 Owens, H..............Cross Village........... I Pine, Alfred................. Goodhart 20 Pike, Mrs. E. M............ Cross Village I7 Pike, Charles M............ Cross Village........... I7 Pike, George............. Cross Village........... 1 7 Pine, Thomas J............. Cross Village........... i0 Pennock, B. T.............. Goodhart............. 20 Perry, Ellis............... Readmond io.......... 26 Perry, Homer............. Readmond............. 36 Retzlaff, John............. Readmond............. 36 Readmond, John........... Cross Village......... I4 Rohr, Allen................ Cross Village......... 25 Smith, Fred. C............. Goodhart......... 20 Stanton, Mart............. CrossVillage........... 9 Schrattenburger, George... Cross Village........... 15 Sheffield, Scott............ Goodhart.............. 25 Sheffield, Alexander........ Goodhart.............. 32 READMOND.-Continued. Name.. Post Office. Sectio Sheffield, Elizabeth......... Goodhart.............. v Sheffield, C.....Goodhart.............. I Stetson, C. W.............. Goodhart Sabloski, Joseph.. Cross Village........... i Skippagosh, Benedick...... Goodhart............... W yland, Daniel.............. ICross illage W ilsev, Ed................ Cross Village............ sW ard, Jerome............. Cross Village............ W agley, John............. Cross Village.......... Yessick, Frank............ Cross Village........... BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP. Atkins, William........... Petoskev................ Atkins, Henry............... Allen, W. H................ Petoskey Anderson, Japp............ Petoske. Amacher, Fred............... Petoske........... Anderson, J. P............. Petoske. Angus, W illiam............ Petoske........... A ngus, F................. Petoskey............... I A ngus, G................. Petoskey................ Annis, Joseph............. Clarion................ Boening, Fred............... Petoskey Borst, G................ Petoskey. Blackbird, John.............. Petoskey Bohm, Charles.............. Petoskey............... Baker, G. S................ Petoskey. Blanch, E................ Petoskey............... Bird, M................... Petoskey................: Babcock, J............... Petoskey Burbank, S................ Petoskey............... Brown, C. W.............. Petoskey................ Brush, Charles L........... Petoskev................ Bellmer, Joseph M.. Petoskey................ Bischoff, Chris. Petoskey Batt, W. S................ Petoskey Burg, John............... Petoskey............... Boyer, John.............. Petoskey............... Barnard, A. C.............. Petoskey Bernett, Charles........... Clarion................. Brown, W. H.............. Petoskey............... Bada, Louis........Petoskey Cooper, George PPetoske Coveyou, John............ Petoskey............... Coveyou, Ed............. Petoske y Coveyou, F. P.............. Petoskey............... Coveyou, William.......... Petoskey Clark, Charles............. Petoskey Calkins, 0. Petoskey............... Chandler, M.............. Petoskey............... Converse, E............. Clarion................ Cornell, H................ Clarion............... - Cassada, Frank H........... Petoskey............... Clapper, Stephen............Petoske y............... Covell, H.............. Petoskey Clapper, John............. Petoskey............... Cresswell, Frank........... Petoskey Crouch, S................ Petoskey............... Daniel, Frank............. Petoskey............... D aily, J................... Petoskey............... Dwight, S............ Petoskey............... Drummond, L. W.......... Petoskey............... Detwiler, J. D..............Petoskey............... Engle, J. E. Jr............ Petoskey............... Engle, J.................. Petoskey Fettig, Julius.............. Petoskey............... Fettig, Martin............. Petoskey French, G.............. Petoskey............... Feile, M.............. Petoskey Feile, J................... Petoskey Ford, W illiam............. etoskey................. Fish, Vern................ Petoskey Fish, Frank............... Petoskey............... Fraser, W illiam............ Clarion................ Fleming, M............... Petoskey............... Fletcher, Mrs. E............ Petoskey Finerity, J................. Conway.. Foster, John............. Petoskey Foster, J. B.............. Petoskey Foster, J. N................... Petoskey............... French, L. J.............. Petoskey............... Frederickson, F............ Petoskey............... Golden, Charles........... Petoskey............... Goke, John A............ Petoskey............... Gibson, L. L............. Petoskey............... Gray, J................. Petoskey............... Gage, M rs. E............. Petoskey.............. Gallop, W illiam............ Clarion................ Gemmill, John............. Petoskey George, Paul............... Petoskey Gallop, Charles............ Clarion................ 26I 17| 10 j 1 7 21 I 9I 9| 7 25 2? 13 26 i 6 21 32 i9 19 25 34 3 34 35 36 36 25 25 I 22 35 1 3 34 9 30 30 19 19.36 2 36 36 36 14 I3 12 12 II 3 i6 18 18 14 36 36 3 3 10 10 15 4 21 20 29 I8 36 24 1 2 II 13 12 3 I 4 10 4 4 32 29 32 BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP.- Continued. Name. Post Office. Sectfi Garmire, Joseph M.1......... Petoskey........ Garmine, L. D..............Petoskeyv. Garnline, Denior........... tIpetoskeN............... Gokee, J. B................ Clarion................ Goodfriend, F.............. Petoskev. Haas, John................ Oetoskev. Hamilton. T. Bl...........\ Petoskey................ Haukins, Charles........... ^PRetskey............... H aukins, Frank...........Cl o................ Hankins, Amos........... y...........~, s.. v Herrington, Daniel........Clarion................ 1 lolne~s, Louis............. JPetbskev. I Tendrick. A.............. JPetiskey.............. H astings, David........... Oorway\................. 1Hastings, John............ Conway................ Hoffman, John............ Petoskey....... I l1ofbauer,.NM art............Petoskev............... H art, E..................... Clarion................. Herold, H.................. Petoskev. H arding, E................ 1e skev............... Jones, John F.............. -Ae............... jo -lin. S. G................ Konie, Joseph............. Peo Kopp, A. G................ Petos. ^ ^ Krussel. Oscar............ Petosk^^ I^H ^ K rtisel, F................... Petoskey.......... Krusel u, R.................. Petoskey..........& Kruseln, Joh................ Petoskey....... ^ Kneal, E.................. Petoskey........... ^ -| It 0 Kama a, J.................. Petoskey...-... 21v Kilbon, Richnr............. Petoskey........ Kenntro, R.................. Petoskey......... Kempsk, J S.................. Petoskey.............. Kline, Rihrs. C............... Petoskey.............. Kohnoski, S P................ Peo skey............... Keep, John............... Petoskey............... Keep, Henry.............. Petoskey............... Krous, Charles............ Petoskey............... Krous, R................... Petoskey............. Koepke, M rs. C............ Petoskey............... Ludlow, E. G.............. Petoskey................ Leveck, Jacob............. Petoskey............... Leveck, Ed.................. Petoskey. Loveys, Aaron..........Petoskey............... Lombard, 0. H............. Petoskev............... Lemirande, Joseph......... Petoskey............... Luebke, H................ Petoskey.............. M orris, R................... Petoskey............. M iller, George............. Petoskey.............. M orsman, J. J.............. Petoskey............... on. 34 34 34 36 12 9 2T 33 20 32 34 26 36 24 2 1 35 24 1 2 31 34 *C r 9 9 99 '^* —) 35 35 20 25 2 2 23 23 I I 5 9 13 34 2 26 13 22.36 34 Montv, W............ Petoskey........... 13 Manning, H. F............ Petoskey.............. i 12 Manning, A............... Petoskey............... 24 Meister, George........... Petoskey.............. 13 McDugall, Charles......... Petoskey McDtugall, Archie......... Petoskey McDonold, William........ Petoskey McCork, Robert........... Petoskey Notestine, William......... Petoskey. Nichols, F. P........... Petoskey.. Nagner, M................ Petoskey.. Neiswonder, H............ Petoskey.. Omler, Joseph............. Petoskey. Otto, W. L........... Petoskey. Ouderkirk, Fred........... Petoskey. (lson, Odena............. Petoskey. Olson, Albena.............. Petoskey. Petoskey, M.............. Petoskey. Petoskey, William......... Petoskey.. Petoskey, B............... Petoskey Peister, H. C............... Petoskey Payne, James.............. Petoskev Payne, George............. Petoskey Peese, Charles............. Petoskey Privatt, Joseph............ Petoskey Privatt, James............. Petoskey.. Richmond, George S......... Petoskey Rogers, L. B............... Petoskey.. Ripley, Frank............. Petoskey Rogers, William........... Petoskey *............................ XX....................................*............ *........ J............ *......................... is 8 i6 26 i6 2-1 I6 I 8 7 35 35 35 28 4 20 4 34 36~ II 3 3 4 26.......... 34 Reeser, Chris.............. Petoskey.............. 36 Rasmuson, Andrew........ Petoskey I........... I Robinson, R. M............ Petoskey............... 23 Root..................... Petoskey...1.... 14 Smith, Donald............. Petoskey. IO Sobaleswki, J............. Petoskey 9........., 9 32

Page  45 FARM ERS' DIRECTOR1Y.-Continued. 45 BE4R ClREEK TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Post Office. Section. Shanley, John........... Petoskey............. 15 Stowell, \V. D............ Petoskey.............. 6 Sealey, E............ Petoskey............... 6 Steinmetz, John.......... Petoskey.............. 29 Standish, J. F........... Petoskey............... 29 Stone, S. D............. Petoskey............... 30 Stewart, P........... Petoskey............... 19 Sailer, Frank............ Petoskey.............. 35 Spangenberg, Max....... Petoskey.............. 27 Stanley, Eben A....... — Petoskey.............. 35 Saunders, L...........|. Petoskey.......... I8 Siebert, Abraham...........Petoskey............... 8 Schlappe, A............ Petoskey............... 34 Stewart, Frank.......... Petoskey..............35 Schmitt, Wm.......... Petoskey............... 36 Steffel, J........... Petoskey............... 2 Stradlund, J............. Clarion................ 36 Store, Joseph.............. Petoskey............... 13 Snyder, Henry............... 13 Singer, A.............. Petoskey............24 Schmidt, John Petoskey............... 35 Tracy, C. H....... Petoskey............... 3 Il l t, M. D.................,". Peo k y.......................... 4........... Petoskey..............3. 3 en, H.. Clarion............... 33 T.e.... Clarion................ 32 r, S. Petosk ey..................... Petoskes........... P...'. 27, r........ Petoskey.............. 4 Vr............. Petoskey............... 34.k M W. J......... Petoskey 9 Wiate, M. D......... Petoskey............... 4 Ws, Mrs............. Petoskey............... 2 den; H..............Clarion............... 33 'Wt r, W. 0...........Clarion............... 33 Wt r, S.0..............Clarion................33 Wilhelm, Lambert......... Petoskey II Wood, H................ Petoskey..............24 Young, G. B.............. Petoskey............... 7 Yesberger, Charles......... Petoskey................ 2 Yell, Andrew........... Clarion.............36 LITTLE TRAVERSE.-Continued. Name. Post Office. Section. Kizer, Art............... Harbor Springs......... 6 Kizer, 0................. Harbor Springs......... 5 Katoba, Fred.............. Harbor Springs......... 5 Kaufman, M1. A. C........ Harbor Springs......... 6 Kerbuski, Walter.......... Harbor Springs......... Io0 Krause, August............ Harbor Springs......... 3 Kipp, Chauncey........... Conway................ I2 Kipp, Henry Levi.......... Conway................ 12 Lawrason, Fred.......... Harbor Springs......... 17 Lawrason, Alonzo......... Harbor Springs......... 8 Lamarsh, A............... Harbor Springs......... I5 Lookerville, C............. Harbor Springs......... 7 Melching, H. William.......Harbor Springs......... 7 Manning, Gilbert.......... Harbor Springs......... 9 Michalowski, James....... Conway................. 12 Noss, Jesse............... Harbor Springs......... 5 Neiswonder, Thomas....... Conway............. I Near, James A.............. Conway................ I Priest, W. A................ Harbor Springs.........i6 Pelott, Lizzie.............. Harbor Springs......... 7 Petty, Susan.............. Harbor Springs......... 7 Reigle, H. E...............Petoskey............... 22 Rankert, Henry........... Harbor Springs......... 17 Rhodes, Bert.............. Petoskey............... II Rose, James M........... Petoskey.................. 14 Robinson, William......... Harbor Springs......... 7 Shawanesse, Jesse......... Harbor Springs......... 8 Sexton, A. M............ Harbor Springs......... I5 Sears, Thomas............ Harbor Springs......... I5 Shannon, Thomas.......... Petoskey..............I I Shannon, George.......... Petoskey............ II.. Smeltzer, J. E............. Harbor Springs......... 8 Towsley, Verne............ Harbor Springs......... 7 Thompson, J. M............ Harbor Springs......... 5 NW'iser, Levi............. Harbor Springs......... 14 Weitz, Noah............. Harbor Springs......... 17 Zeigler, H................ Conway............ I RESORT TOWNSHIP. Adams, Charles............ Petoskey.............. 24 Arman, Elihu, Jr............ Petoskey.............. 25 Bain, J. G................. Petoskey.............. 12 Brown, Joseph............ Petoskey..............22 Botsford, E. A............ Petoskey............... 12 Boseneilers, D............. Petoskey.............. 12 Bacon, Henry............ Petoskey............... 2 Birdsell....................ay Shore............. 8 Brecheisen, William J....... Blay Shore............. 7 RESORT TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Post Officc. Section. Grimes, J. S............. Petoskey............... 11 Genshaw, Albert........... Petoskey............... I Genshaw, Charles.......... Petoskey............... 14 Gregg, M................ Petoskey............... 13 Glaser, George........... Petoskey............... IS Goodrich, E............... Petoskey...............I 5 Hoffmaster, William....... Petoskey...............i Hayes, Alfred............. Petoskey............... 15 Hastings, David........... Petoskey..............9 Hunt, Effinger............ Bay Shore............. 17 Horton, D. E.............. Bay Shore............. i8 Helmberger, Jacob......... Bay Shore............. 17 Helmberger, George....... Bay Shore............. 17 Hayes, John.............. Petoskey I.O...........10 Hernley, E...............Petoskey............22 Henderson, R.............. Petoskey............... 10 Hewitt, William W......... Petoskey............... 26 Hall, N. W.............. Petoskey I.O...........10 Hayes, J............. Petoskey I.O...........10 Jones, Bert. B.............. Bay Shore.............i8 Kinert, E. G.............. Petoskey Kalbfleisch, Charles........ Petoskey Kalbfleisch, Conrad........ Petoskey Krussell, Aug.............. Petoskey Krussell, Charles.......... Petoskey Keyes, William............ Petoskey Kewagesheik, J............. Petoskey Mesker, Mrs. C. A.......... Petoskey Morford, Clyde H........... Petoskey Morford, Francis L.........Petoskey March, A. E.............. Petoskey Miller, H............... Petoskey Miller, A. G............... Petoskey Marquardt, August........ Petoskey Meister, P.................. Petoskey Martz, Julius.............. P etoskey March, George............ Petoskey McVay, E. A.............. Petoskey McConnell, H.............. Walloon McConnell, Joseph......... Walloon McConnell, C...............Walloon McVay, Charles........... Petoskey............. 13.............. 12.............. II,............. I2.............. 2 I............. I3.......2........... I....... 12..35. 35.............. 35....... 13.............. 5I.~14.............. I4.............. 9.............. 17................ 23................ 23...............26.............. 12................... I I2................... 26.............. 26,M". : I 1 -,-"4. - I 1.4 0 IK-111" lw I LITTLE TRAVERSE. Alerding, Peter............ Harbor Springs......... 5 Anderson, M............... Harbor Springs......... I5 Austin, R. F............. Conway.............. 2 Austin, A. P............... Conway.............. i Baker, W. H.............. Harbor Springs......... 6 Baker, Charles.............. Harbor Springs......... 5 Brown, Adella N............ Harbor Springs......... 8 Butler, Albert............ Harbor Springs......... 15 Ballou, C............. Harbor Springs......... 15 Brower, Isaac............. Harbor Springs.......... I8 Barry, W illiam............ Conway................ 12 Bester, John............. Harbor Springs......... 7 Congden, George.........Harbor Springs......... 5 Caskey, L. J............ Harbor Springs......... 6 Caskey, James............ Harbor Springs......... 7 Caskey, Charles W.......... Harbor Springs......... 8 Cosins, John.............. Harbor Springs......... 5 Chanderler, Frank........ Harbor Springs......... 4 Crump, Ed................ Conway............... 14 Clark, Harry.............. Harbor Springs......... i5 Cook, Charles............ Harbor Springs......... 1 7 Cox, J. M............ Harbor Springs......... 17 Chapman, J.............. Petoskey.......... 15 Clark, George C............ Petoskey.............. 5 Craig, Samuel............ Harbor Springs......... 4 Craig, Robert............ Harbor Springs......... 4 Corey, Jay............... Harbor Springs......... 9 Clayton, Mrs. Peter......... Harbor Springs......... io Call, J. P............... Harbor Springs......... 9 Cargo, A. J......... Harbor Springs......... 7 Devitt, Mat............... Harbor Springs......... 6 Francisco, Clarence B....... Harbor Springs......... i5 Francisco, Henry.......... Conway...............I Funk, Tobias.............. Harbor Springs......... 7 Grosskopf, J. F............. Harbor Springs......... 7 Hedrick, B. F.............. Harbor Springs......... 8 Hathaway, A. L............ Conway.......... 1 Hathaway, R. C. D........ Conway............... I Hauer, Adolph............ Harbor Springs......... 3 Hart, W. W................ Conway............... I Hitchings, H. C............ Conway............ I...13 Hahn, A................. Harbor Springs......... 7 Hoover, H................. Harbor Springs......... 7 Jones, S. E................ Harbor Springs......... 8 Jones, A. T................ Harbor Springs......... 5 Johnson, Charles.......... Harbor Springs......... 17 Billiau, A................ Petoskey.............. Billiau, J. C............... Petoskey.............. Brower, A................ Petoskey.............. Blackbird, Ed.............. Petoskey.............. Boening, W illiam.......... Petoskey............... Bell, Mary J.......... Petoskey.............. Carr, B. F................ Petoskey.............. Carr, D. D................ Petoskey........... Clouse, John............. Petoskey.... Conn, James H............. Petoskey.............. Chase, WV. J......... Petoskey..............! Chase, Charles............ Petoskey.............. Clouse, Charles............ Petoskey.............. Couch, Josiah............. Petoskey.............. Cameron, H.............. Petoskey......... Chamberlain, Oren.........Petoskey............... I Compton, William......... Bay Shore............. Cole, Fred................ Petoskey.............. Cole, J. T................ Bay Shore........... Cock, George A............ Petoskey.............. CardV, WVilliam............ Petoskey........... Drummond, Samuel....... Petoskev............... Davis, J. Z................ Petoskey........... Dekraker, J......... Petoskey............... Depevw, Douglas......Petoskey.............. Drum, \William........... Bay Shore............. Deitz, A. M............ Bay Shore............ Eppler, J................. Petoskey........... Easton, H. A.............. Petoskey.............. Ernst, Charles............. Petoskey......... Ernst, C. WV............... Petoskey........... Everhart, A............... Petoskey........... Engel, Chris.............. Petoskey.............. Edgerton, M. H............ Petoskey.............. Ernst, Fred............... Petoskey.............. Eldred, E. C.............. Petoskey.............. Fennimore, A. L............ Petoskey............. Fick, Peter H.............. Petosiey........... Fogelsonger, F. E......... Walloon............... Foltz, Peter............... Petoskey........... Foltz, J............. Petoskey.............. French, Sara.............. Petoskey....... Grimes, Eli.............. Petoskey............... IO0 22 15 23 23 26 12 12 2 I I 2 2 36 25 36 IO0 9 5 IO0 2 12 35 I4 35 8 i8 3 I 2 1 24 13 24 I5 8 2 I I, 6 9!i 5 i I6: 8' Nicholls, J.............. Bay Shore............. 8 Neuman, Josephine....... Petoskey.............. 22 Olcott, T. 0.............. Petoskey............I. Odell, Luther............ Petoskey............ 25 Peck, W.................Petoskey.............. I Pagals, C................ Petoskey............. 14 Prindle, George............ Bay Shore............. 8 Piehl, John............... Petoskey..............23 Priebe, W illiam............ Petoskey.............. 23 Roberg, Charles........... Petoskey......II........ Randall, C. B.............. P'etoskey........ 12 Rofe, E. S............... Petoskey........i...... Rehkopf, Jacob............ Petoskey.............. 35 Ramsby, S. D.............. Bay Shore............. 7 Riese, F. A................ Petoskey......... ii Scott, Edwin L............. Petoskey............... 14 Smith, J. S............... Petoskey.............. 13 Shepard, S. S.............. Petoskey.............. 26 Schoof, J.............. Petoskey............. 26 Stumpf, Henry............ Petoskey......I5..... Solomon, Joseph........... Petoskey............. 4 Shaples, J............... Petoskey............... ii Sly, E. R................. Bay Shore............Vil. Singer, William........... Bay Shore............ I8 Schluttenhofer, F. X........ Ietoskey......... 9 Shapler, F.............. Petoskey Stegeman, William.......... Petoskey Sailer, Joseph............. Petoskey Thompson, M. A........... Petoskey Thompson, G. E............ Petoskey Thompson, S. E............ Petoskey Tubbs, L. E............. Petoskey Tubbs, J. A............. Petoskey Torrey, Gil.............. Petoskey Walton, C.............. Petoskey Walton, H. J.............. Petoskey Williams, Ed............... Petoskey Wheaton, Andrew......... Petoskey Wheaton, W. R............. Petoskey Wheaton, H. E............. Petoskey Wooden, C. J.............. Petoskey Walton, E................. Petoskey Williams, Mrs. J. B......... Petoskey................ 10................... 22............... 17................... 13............... 36................... 36.~36.~25............... 325............... 14.~6.............. 3 1.~6............... 36................ 36.... 2436.............24 Wheaton, Walter R........ Petoskey............... W orth, Fred. G............. Bay Shore............. Wallace, William H......... Bay Shore............. Wright, Silas.............Petoskey............. Wright, William B......... Petoskey............. Whitford, R............. Petoskey.............. I 7 i8 23 26 22

Page  46 46 F~AIRMERS' DIRECT"'ORY.-Continued. RESORT TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Post Office. Section. Whitford, L..............Petoskey............... 22 Wild, A. J.............. Petoskey.........7 Yell, John................Petoskey........ Zink, Ferd.................Petoskey...............II Zink, H. C................ Petoskey.............. T SPRING VALE Atchison, B. WN.............Wildwood............. Annable, John.............Dott.................. Annable, George M.........Dott.................. Andrews, J. P..............Clarion............... Applebee, M...............Epsilon............... Birdsell, George...........Epsilon............... Birdsell, Fred.............Epsilon............... Bentley, C. J............ Epsilon............... Bucher, John.............Petoskey.............. Bixby, 0. T............... Dott.................. Barnum, J.............. Epsilon............... Blanchard, Frank..........Epsilon............... Bush, Fred................ Epsilon............... Clark, James M............. Epsilon............... Clark, C. A............... Epsilon............... Clemons, Guy.............Epsilon............... Cooley, B................. Epsilon............... Curtiss, Nelson.............Epsilon............... Curtiss, Orlando...........Epsilon............... Decker, W. L..............Epsilon............... Drake, George W...........Epsilon............... Dumbleton, Oscar.........Epsilon............... Dumbleton, Ernest.........Epsilon............... Dodge, Lank.............. Epsilon............... Dunchee, William..........Epsilon............... Embody, J.............. Epsilon............... Embody, Lat............. Epsilon............... Elsworth, Hiram...........Epsilon............... Fike, Henry..............Wildwood............. Frederickson, G. M.........Dott.................. Frye, L. B................ Epsilon............... Frye, Frank...............Epsilon............... Frye, George..............Epsilon............... Franks, A. G.............. Epsilon............... Gray, J. E................ Epsilon............... Gregg, Robert H...........Epsilon............... Gallager, Dan..............Petoskey.............. Greenwell, R. G............Petoskey....... Hoover, Abe...............Epsilon............... Hoover, Fred.......Epsilon............... Hassett, Villa.............Epsilon............... Hyatt, James E.............Littlefield............. Hyatt, Ernest J....... Littlefield............. Hutchinson, G. B.........Epsilon............... Hemenway, H. D.........Epsilon............... Hancock, Joseph..........Epsilon....... Harris, William............Epsilon............... Horning, Charles..........Epsilon............... Hess, F...................Petoskey.............. Hemly, Aug...............Petoskey............... Harmon, Fred.............Dott.................. Hopper, A.................Littlefield...... Horsford, B...............Littlefield............. Hernely, Aug..............Petoskey.............. Johnson, C. A............. Epsilon............... Johnson, C. W............. Epsilon............... Jewell, Hiram............. Petoskey....... Johnson, G. H............. Petoskey.............. Kehn, Frank..............Wildwood...... Kehn, Joseph, Sr...........Wildwood...... Kehn, George.............Wildwood............. Kehn, Joseph, Jr............Wildwood.............. Kehn, Henry..............Wildwood...... Kent, Isaac...............Dott........ Kocher, George...........Littlefield.............. Keller, Warren............Epsilon................ L'yons, William M.........Epsilon............... Lyons, Elias..............Epsilon............... Long, Rev................Wildwood............. Larson, Adolph...........Epsilon............... Lubrich, Frank............Epsilon................ Laughlin, A............... Epsilon............... Lauibrick, WXV............. Epsilon............... Ludington, Dan............Epsilon............... Moyes, William............Epsilon....... Miller, Charles 'N...........Epsilon................A Merrill, George E...........Epsilon............... Matthews, Robert..........Epsilon............... Maxwell, A. E..............Epsilon............... Muir, F...................Epsilon............... Moore, Orlo...............Epsilon............... Moore, H.................Epsilon................ Madlem, Hiram...........Dott.................. Madlem, Allen............ Dott.................. 12 35 34 32 29 II 13 4 'I1 28 '7 5 7 10 9 3 35 35 2 TO 3 '3 13 33 17 4 4 34 I 27 5 6 '4 34 11 35 30 20 Io 21 '5 15 14 I' '3 35 35I 30. 30 34 27i 301 31 6 30 36 36 36 36 36 36 261 34 4t 9 '3 34 35 8 34~ I0 21 12 4 4 2 32 33 SPRINGVALE.-Continued. Nanie. Post Office. Sect Milburn, S. F........I...... Epsilon............... Maxwell, J. C..............Epsilon............... Moser, S..................Epsilon............... Moser, H1. V.-............Epsilon............... Moser, EF............... Epsilon................ Moore, Archie.............Epsilon............... McFarland, E. R..........Epsilon............... McConnell, M. A..........Epsilon............... Newsome, M. J.......... Littlefield............. 1Neiswonder, Chris..........Petoskey.............. i'Newman, Amanda.........Epsilon............... Oldt, R. B......Litfed............. iPurchis, Homer............Epsilon............... IPurchis, William E..........Epsilon............... Purchis, Bert.............Epsilon............... Redford, J.............. Littlefield............. Reynolds, F. J............ Littlefield............. Reasoner, Edwin..........Littlefield............. Riddle, C. M............... Petoskey.............. Robnolte, WN. W............Epsilon............... Riley, Frank...............Epsilon............... Shiatto, J. J.............. Epsilon............... Shatto, WV. A..............Epsilon............... Smith, H..................Epsilon............... Curtis, Nels...............Epsilon............... Curtis, Orlando............Epsilon............... Sheidler, Thomas..........Wildwood............. Schlappi, E................Petoskey.............. Stoll, George..............Dott.................. Shannon, J.............. Epsilon............... Schlappi, W. E...........Petoskey.............. Sheldon, F. A..............Epsilon............... Stewart, William...........Petoskey.............. Tallady, H. D..............Epsilon............... Truman, Walter...........Epsilon............... Van Siclen, George.........Dott.................. Van Allen, G. B............Dott.................. Walker, Frank............Epsilon............... Wilson, John.......Epsilon............... Wormell, John S.........Epsilon............... W~hitman, Warren.........Littlefield............. Woodworth, V. L......Dott.................. Wager, William...........Dott.................. Williamson, WN. H..........Epsilon............... Wirt, C. J............... Epsilon............... 'WEST TRAVERSE. Armstrong, Homer........ Harbor Springs......... Angell, Allen..............Harbor Springs......... Bliss, A..................Harbor Springs......... Burrows, Robert...........Harbor Springs......... Bester, Barney............Harbor Springs......... Burdick, R................ Harbor Springs.... Blackman, 0. A............Harbor Springys......... Burrows, George.......... Harbor Springs.... Boynton, John.............Harbor Springs.... Coover, J. R...............Harbor Springs.... Chamberlain, John G........Harbor Springs.... Coburn, Isaac I............ Harbor Springs.... Coburn, F. H.......Harbor Springs.... Carpenter, D. T............ Harbor Springs.... Carpenter, Bruce R.........Harbor Springs.... Carpenter, Dani'el D.........Harbor Springs.... Cook, M. J. S., M. D...... Harbor Springs.... Cook, George.............Harbor Springs.... Fetters, A.................Harbor Springs.... Gascoe, A. G.............. Harbor Springs.... Hunt, Willard.........Harbor Springs.... Hoover, William...........Harbor Springs.... Hoyt, H. F............... Harbor Springs.... Hartman, F................Harbor Springs.... Jackson, F. A..............Harbor Springs.... Johnston, R............... Harbor Springs.... Jacks, WXV.A.............. Harbor Springys.... King, L. A................ Harbor Springs.... Lightfoot, John............Harbor Springs.... Lindsley, R. P..............Harbor Springs.... Lewis, John...............Harbor Springs.... Lewis, Henry.............Harbor- Springs.... Lauer, Christina...........Harbor Springs.... Morrice, J. L.............. Harbor Springs.... Morris, W. H..............Harbor Sprin'gs.... Moshekey, W. J.......... Harbor Springs.... Moshekey, B.............. Harbor Springs.... Noss, Jake................Harbor Springs.... Neiswonder, C.............Harbor Springs......... Perry, James.............. Harbor Springs.... Quick, John M.............Harbor Springs.... Rice, D. A.................Harbor Springs......... Rice, Charles..............Harbor Springs.... Rose, 0. P................ Harbor Springs.... WETTRAVERS.-Continued. Lion. Name. Post Office. Section. Seeley, Arthur.............Harbor Springs.........12 17 Squire, 'N7.A............... I Ilarbor Springs......... t Showman, Joe............ I Ilarbor Springs.....3 i6Smith, D. C............... Harbor Springs......... 12 Stiles, C. R................ Harbor Springs......... 32 34Unicurne, Edward......... harbor Springs.....3 IWelch, John...............Harbor Springs..........3 3i Whaley, E.................Harbor Springs.........9.9 27 XWard, F. EF.............. f]arbor Springs.......... 32 XWilmer, J. M.............. Harbor Springs......... S Young, Daniel D)...........Harbor Springs......... 32 15Zuber. Joseph.............Harbor Springs......... io 9 9 9 '4 23 23 20 34 7 3 2 35 12 6 2y7 20 6 '4 7 4 134 3)4 3.5 1'0.3 '3 25 25' 33 8 8 1 ) 32 12 2 36 4 32 1 Io Io I 2 32 32 11 12 32 32 32i 32 Io 12 II 5 12 35 34 i iI i i ii I I LITTLEFIELD Blumke, William..........Alanson........ 1Buck, J. C................ Alanson....... Bigler, F...................lanson....... iBonz, Aug,.................Alanson..... Bonz, Fred................ Alanson............... Buick, F................... lanson....... Barnard, F................ Oden.................. Banwell, John.............Oden............... Barney, Otto..............Alanson.............. Boles, George WV...........Alanson....... Barney, Fred.............. Alanson....... Boyer, A. A............... Alanson....... Crump, Eli T............... klanson............... ICrump, Marlin F...........Alanson....... Crump, Alfred F........... lanson............... Crump, E. R...............Alanson....... Croft, George.............Alanson............... Crossman, F. B.............Alanson.............. Carlson, Fred..............Oden................. ICulver, John.............. Alanson............... Conelly, R. M............. Alanson............... Compton, E................Xklanson............... Copland, J...............Aklanson....... Duncan, George............Oden................. Dart, Frank...............Alanson............... Ebeling, William C..........Alanson....... Freed, William............Alangon............... Feathers, John............Alanson....... Flick, John...............Alanson............... IFrench, Thomas...........Xlanson....... 1Griffin, Charles............ Alanson............... Guy, B. F................. Alanson............... Gilbert, R.................. Xlanson............... Gioodrich, Mrs. M. A.......Oden................. 1Goodrich, B. BI.............Oden................. (Griffiin, Cyrus...............l~anson....... Gould. Charles.............l\anson............... Holmes, J. A.............. Oden................ Herrington, XWarren........ \ianson....... Hurtle, J. B................\lanson....... Huey, A. J..............Oden................. Haley, M..................\~lanson............... Haines, William...........:\lanson............... Hicks, Gil. L. Jr............Alanson....... Hicks, Gil. L. Sr............Alanson..... Hicks, George H...........Alanson....... Ingraham, A. S...........A.Ilanson............... Jones, Elijah WV............Alanson............... Jacobs, Phil. S............. klanson............... Kingman, C. C........... Oden................. Kellam, N. M..............Oden................. Kilmer, John...............Xklanson............... Myers, R. L............... Oden................. Miller, Lora-in.............Al.anson............... Moose, D. J..............Alanson............... Miller, S.................. \klanson............... IMitchell, Charles...........-lanson............... McKay, Robert C......... Alanson............... McCabe, Thomas M........\lanson................. McPhee, H. C..............Alanson............... McLain, E.................. klanson............... Nicholson, David.......... Alanson............... Nicholson, Robert......... Alanson............... Oberhaltier, Aaron.........Alanson....... Ordway, William.......... Alanson............... Parmelee, T. S........... Oden................. Pemberton. F..............Xl"anson............... Powell, XV. T.............. Oden................. Pierson, J. Mc.........Xlanson............... Parshall, Terry............A~lanson....... Pond, Clayton.............Alanson............... Packard, Floyd............Xlanson............... Peterson, A. M.......Alanson............... Rought, George XV..........Brutus................ Reader, C. M...............Alanson............... Riest, J. B................ Alanson....... Ramsby, Henry...........Alanson............... 5 Io 3 3 7 22 I '3 12 II1 15 5 5 5 4 38 3 '3 15 '7 4 23 5 9 14 I'1 7 9 8 I '7 4 3 22 15 12 12 1 1 '4 Is 24 5 21 4 21 24 14 12 I 23 14 10 10 22 22 9 3 I0 7 26 12 9 5 3 '4

Page  47 FARM ERS' DIRECTORY.-Continued. 47 LITTLYEIEL.-Coutiuued. Namne Post Office. Section. Reed, George.............klanson................ 25 Reed, Mary..............A. lanson........25 Sanford, H................ Alanson................ 9 Sadler, Eugene............ Alanson................23 Spooner, Joseph...........Alanson................27 Sweet, Homer.............'klanson................12 Stears, Dwight S...........\lanson................12 Shafer, James............. Alanson................12 Shennan, A...............XAlanson................ rs Smith, J. B...........AManson................14 Smith, F. WXV..............XAlanson................ 13 Shelden, Charles R.........Xlanson................13 Smith, George.............Alanson........25 Vanhorn, P..........anson............... i Vanglilder, James...........Xlanson................ 4 Vermilion, J. M..............Aklanson......... Whittam, George......a................5 Worden, M. Elma.........Oden..................17 Woodruff, Gilbert..........Oden.............. I....17 Williams, S................Alanson................15 CENTRE-Continued. Name. Post Office. Sect Lating, E................. Ely................... Latting, Smith............Ely................... Lockwood, John WV.........Lark................. Lamser, Aug.............. Ely................... Marcy, Daniel............Lark................. Mlatthiews, George.........Lark................. Miles, Frank M............Ely................... Milbrant, Daniel...........Lark................. NMiller, Marshal............Ely................... Mulster, Aug.............. Ely................... Martin, J. L................Ely................... Nichols, Asa E.............Ely................... Pierce, B. B................Canbv................ Raumer, Otto............. Lark.................. Richards, James H..........Canbv................ Reid, Robert..............Ely................... Reynolds, M. B.............Ely................... Schosser, W. M............Lark................. Schlosser, E. B.............Lark................. Swartout, C. A.............Canby................ Swartout. William.........Cross Village.......... Schulenburg, L............ Canby................ Shorter, H. A.............EFly................... Spears, W.................Harbor Springs......... Shideler, Jacob............Ely................... Turner, William H..........Harbor Springs......... Vinkle, John M............Lark................. W~ood, Elizabeth...........Ely................... tion. '3 i 24 30 36 20 7 '4 24 3 5 3 5 24 4 28 24 21 21 4 6 12 2 5 3 1 36 3 1 3 3 23 I I iI i I II i I BLISS TOWNSHP.-Continued. Name. Post Office. Secti Goble, J................Canby................ Hatfield, W. H.............Bliss................. Hoar, Samuel J...........Bliss................. Hoar, David..............Canby................ Johnson. Perry............Bliss................. Johnson, J.............. Bliss................. Klise, A. B............... Sturgeon Blay.......... tion. 35 22 35 12 12 18s CENTRE~ Brooks, Sarah M......Lark................. Bennet, Nelson...........Ely................... Budeck, James............Lark................. Belding Hall Mfg. Co.....Ely................... Bennickson, George.......H arbor Springs.... Cook, F.................. Canby................ Cannon, Mrs. J........... Canby................ Cross, E. S................Harbor Springs.... Disseldorf, Nicholas........Lark................. Folk, Julius...............Ely................... Goldsmith, Nicholas....... Lark................. Goldsmith, Peter, Sr.......Lark................. Gill, F. L.................. Canby................ Gibbes, Joseph............Lark................. Gales, John...............Lark................. Hartung, Henry...........Lark................. Harris, John..............Lark................. Hoar, Henry............ Canby................ Hoar, Andrew............Canby................ Hoar, George.............Canby................ Heil, Gustav...............Canby................ Harkness, C. L.......Canby................ Harkness, M. S.............Ely................... Holmes, H. J..........I...Lark................. Keiser, Grant.............Cross Village.......... Lark, Alexander...........Lark................. Lark, Simon..............Lark................. Lark, Catherine......Lark................. Keiser, C. L.............. Bliss................. i Keiser, Franklin........Bliss.................. 23 Keiser, Jerome............ Bliss.................. 23 Keiser, Peter..............Bliss..................36 K eiser, Clinton............Bliss..................36 K eiser, Fred...............Bliss..................27 Keiser, Alpheus...........Levering...............36 Killpatrick, William........Bliss..................13 K illpatrick. Elmer.........Bliss.................1 4 Knowl, Gideon............Bliss..................1 KennedyJohn............Bliss..........27 Kerridge, Charles......... Bliss..................35 Kitely, J. H.............. Bliss.................. 36 Leusing, Henry...........Bliss..................14 Laird, 0.................. Bliss.................. 26 Lawy, John...............Cecil..................24 Moyer, A................. Bliss................. i Marshall, E................Bliss..................17 Murray, A................ Bliss.................. 14 Mallory, William..........Bliss..................21 Mann, Wilson.............Bliss..................23 Merwin, Lydia............Bliss..................24 Moyer, J............... Bliss..................35 Mallory, George...........Bliss..................26 Munger, H................Bliss..................27 McIntyre, J. K.............Canby.................34 Neiswonder, Irving........Sturgeon Bay.......... 17 Overholt, Amos...........Bliss..................i 29 12 24 32 4 32 20 25 29 4 17 21 21 21 3 2 10 14 1.5 7 i6 '7 20 i I i i i I 1 I I BLISS TOWNSHIP Anderson, John...........Bliss..................i6 Athearn, Charles..........Bliss..................22 Billieu, William...........Sturgeon Bay..........1i8 Burgess, W V............. Bliss.................. 17 Baker, E. E................Bliss..................22 Bayha, Frank.............Canby.................33 B-ayha, George............Canby.................28 Cassady, F................ Bliss.................i Cassady, James............Bliss..................14 Cooley Forest.............Bliss..................22 Cosens, E. T.............. Bliss.................. 24 Cosens, Stephen...........Bliss..................24 Campbell, A. B.............Levering.............. 36 Collins, Irving............Sturgeon Bay.......... 28 Ever, George.............Bliss..................i Fero., G...................Bliss..................17 Fay, Charles..............Bliss.................. 23 Guilliat, Enos.............Bliss.................. 9 (Garber. H. C.............. Bliss.................. 21 i i j i i i i I i i I Oneal, Willilam............Bliss Oneal, Michael............Bliss Overholt, Martin..........Bliss. Plant, George.............Bliss Page, F...................Bliss. Page, C...................Bliss Roberts, W............... Bliss. Sexton, S................. Bliss Stocks, Ed................ Bliss Williams, Ed.............. Bliss.. Williams, I................ Bliss Wright, C.................Bliss Willis, E. M...............lBliss....................................................................................................................................................................................... '4 2 1 27 105 Is 10 35 12 T:26........ 24 W~ait, Milton..............Canby.................34 Zimmerman, George....... Bliss..................22

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Page  49 49 PATRONS' DIRECTORY OF EFIrIET COUNTY, MICH. READXOND TOWNSHIP. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Bowlsby, George C Farming...................... Good Hart........36 Bradley, James....... Farming.......................Good Hart... 29 Clancy, Charles....... Farming.......................Good Hart........25 Demons, Warren W.... Farming...................... Cross Village..... 31 Darrow, John A....... Farming and Township Clerk of Readmond Township............. Cross Village..... 21 DuBois, J. W......... Farming..................... Readmond.......25 Driscoll, Cornelius....Farming..................... Readmond.......35 Garver, Lewis........ Farming...................... Good Hart........ 36 Gregory, W. S..-.....Farming......................... Cross Village......24 Johnson, Robert......Farming...................... Cross Village....22 Johnson, David....... Farming and Highway Commissioner of Readmond Township.......... Cross Village......22 Kosequat, Wm........ Fishing...................... Good Hart......Vil. Klinefelt, Henry...... Farming........................ Readmond...... 34 Lamkin, Lowell...... Dealer in dry goods, groceries, shelf hardware, boots, shoes, and notions; fresh and salt fish; wholesale and retail dealer in fine Indian baskets and bark work; lumber and custom sawing; postmaster of Good Hart......................... Good Hart...... Vil. Mathews, Alice........ School teacher.................... Cross Village I7..... Perry, Homer........ Farming...................... Readmond.....36 Perry, Ellis.......... Farming.................... Readmond......26 Pine, Thomas......... Farming........................ Cross Village. IO..... Pike, C. M..........Farming......................... Cross Village..... 7 Pike, Emily......... Farming...................... Cross Village..... I 7 Readmond, John......Farming....................... Cross Village..... 4 Retzlaff, John........ Farming........................ Harbor Springs.... 36 Rohr, Allan......... Farming........................ Cross Village...... 25 Stanton, Martin...... Farming.................... Cross Village......9 Skippagosh, Bentic.... Farming and Supervisor........... Good Hart i........i. Sheffield, Alex....... Farming..................... Cross Village.... 32 Wilsey, Ed.......... Farming........................ Cross Village.o Wyland, Daniel....... Farming and Treasurer of Readmond Township..................... Cross Village. 17 LITTLE TRAVERSE TOWNSHIP. Austin, Arthur P...... Farming...................... Conway......... I Barry, William....... Farming. Mr. Barry was born in Prince Edward County, Canada, January 12, 1847; came to Michigan in 1878, and settled in Emmet County; married July 25, 1889 to Mary Madden. Mrs. Barry was born in Franklin County, N. Y., August 19, 1854. They have four children........................ Harbor Springs... 18 Caskey, Charles W..... Farming. Mr. Caskey was born in Allegan County, Mich., June i 5. i866; came to Emmet County in 1887; married March 27, 1894, to Agnes Lamkin. Mrs. Caskey was born at Galesburg, Kalamazoo County, Mich., November 14, 1877. They have two children........... Harbor Springs... 8 Clayton, Peter........ Farming and Highway Commissioner of Little Traverse. Mr. Clayton was born in England, Augtust 25, 1828; came to America in I86o, and located in Canada; came to Michigan in i868, and located in Shiawassee County; came to Emmet County in 1875; was married August 7, 1870 to Betsey L. Spatulding. They have eight children... Harbor Springs... Io Clickner, Sarah E.................................. Conway.........Vil. Cook, John J.......... Minister of the Gospel............. Conway......... Vil. LITTLE TRAVERSE TOWNSHIP. —Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Congden, George.....Farming. Born in Oneida County, N. Y., February 26, 1838; came to Michigan in April, 1867, and located in Van Buren County, moved to Big Rapids five years later; came to Emmet County in 1877; married April 25, i865, to Mary Evens. Mrs. Congden was born in Oneida County, N. Y., August 31, i840. In the fall of i86i Mr. Congden enlisted in Company E, 32d New York Volunteers; was discharged October 14, 1862. They have two children...................... Harbor Springs... 5 Craig, Samuel........ Farming. Mr. Craig was born in Ireland, August 15, 1842; came to America in 1858, and located in New York; in i86i he moved to Canada; came to Michigan in i865. Settled in Emmet County in 1877; married September 14, i866, to Hannah M. Morrison. Mrs. Craig was born in Hamilton County, Canada, May 21, 1847. They have eleven children................ Harbor Springs... 4 Cox, Florence NIM....... School teacher.................... Harbor Springs..7. 7 Francisco, Clarence B.. Farming. Mr. Francisco was born in Barry County, Mich., February 28, 1873; came to Emmet County in 1892; married, March 29, 1894, to Eva Ester Hatch. Mrs. Francisco was born in Kalamazoo County, Michl., February 2, 1874. They have three children............. Harbor Springs... I5 Francisco, Henry. Farming......................... Petoskey....... 7 Hathaway, A. L.......Dairy farming. Mr. Hathaway was born in Washtenaw County, Mich., March 4, i832; came to Emmet County in 1875; married, August 24, 1854, to Esther M. Fellows. Mrs. Hathaway was born in Genesee County, N. Y., May 31, 1837.. Conway.... Hauer, Adolph....... Farming. Mr. Hauer was born in Germany July 6, 1838; came to America in 1872, and located at Holland; 'came to Emmet County in 1878....................... Harbor Springs... 3 Hedrick, B. Farming.......................... Harbor Springs... 8 Ilitchings, Henry C.... Farming. Mr. Hitchings was born in Oneida County, N. Y. July 31, 1829; came to Michigan in 1863, and located in Lenawee County; came to Emmet County in 1876; married, January 28, 1857, to Min erva Purkins. Mrs. Hitchings died January 24, 1898................ Conway.......... I3 Jones, Sidney......... Farming. Mr. Jones was born in Eaton County, Mich., December 3, 1869; came to Emmet County in I880; married, June 16, 1892, to Lydia A. Brown. Mrs. Jones was born in Eaton County, December 22, 1874. They have three chil dren.......................... Harbor Springs.. Krause, August....... IFarming. Mr. Krause was born in Germany August 24, 1841; came to America in i868, and settled in Macomb County; came to Emmet County in, 1870.................. Harbor Springs.. Lyon, C. XVW.......... Manufacturer of lumber and slhin 8 12 gles.......................... Conway.......... Vil. McFarlane Bros....... Manufacturer of and (lealer in hemlock lumber.................... Conway.......... Vil. Melching, Henry W.... Carpentering..................... Harbor Springs... 7

Page  50 50 PATRONS' D I RECTORY.-Continued. I LITTLE TRAVERSE TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Michalowski, Joseph... Farming. Mr. Michalowski was born in Germany, February IO, 1859; came to America in 1893; married, July 4, 1884, to Elizabeth Friske. They have one child................. Conway.......... I Neiswonder, Thomas.. Farming and gardening. Mr. Neiswonder was born in Stark County, 0., July 7, 1844; came to Michigan in 1872, and located in Barry County; came to Emmet County in 1876; married, September i9, 1867, to Mary Ann Miller. Mrs. Neiswonder was born in Ohio September 4, 1852. They have five children now living................. Conway.......... 13 Priest, W. A.......... Farming. Mr. Priest was born in Ashland County, 0., August 22, i86i; settled where he now lives in^ 1895; married, September 15, 1895, to Lydia A. Stutsman. Mrs. Priest was born in Emmet County, Michigan November 8, 1875, and was the first white child born in the Township of Friendship. They4 have two children................ Harbor Springs... 14 Shannon, Thomas.... Farming. Mr. Shannon was born in St. Lawrence County, N. Y., April 17, 1874; came to Michigan in 1875; came to Emmet County in 188i; married, December 25, i896,to Minnie Ingle. Mrs. Shannon was born at Saginaw, Mich., September 21, 1876. They have two children.... Petoskey......... II CARP LAKE TOWNSHIP. Adams, Henry......... Farming and stone mason.......... Carp Lake........ 29 Bell, Cube E.......... General farming................Levering.......... 34 Carlton, George...... General farming and Supervisor of Carp Lake Township............. Levering......... 33 Carsten, W m......... General farming...................Levering......... 27 Davis & Caldwell Co... Manufacturers of lumber, shingles, ties, poles, etc.; mill, Cecil Bay, Mich......................... Cecil Bay........ 29 Derhammer, Hannah L. General farming...................Carp Lake.........15 Foster, Wm......... G(eneral farming................... Levering......... 33 Hartung, David....... Farming and Highway Commissioner of Carp Lake Township.......... Levering........ 28 Hoar, John........... General farming................Levering........... 33 Hoar, Thomas........ General farming...................Levering............ 27 Joscelyn & Hulse...... Manufacturers of lumber...........Levering........... 29 Kalbfleisch, Jacob..... General farming..................Levering........... 28 Luesing, Elias........ General farming................Levering............ 32 Mitchell, Nathan V..... General farming...................Levering............ 28 Reed, George H....... General farming.................. Levering........ 28 Schmalzried, Fred..... arming and Township Clerk of Carp Lake Township.............. Levering......... 20 Schmalzried, J. C...... General farming.................. Levering......... 29 Schmalzried, L. W. General farming.................... Levering......... 20 Schmalzried, Theodore.General farming.................. Levering......... 29 Walther, Ernest....... General farming....................Levering........ 20 PLEASANTVIEW TOWNSHIP. 4oorheis, Frank...... Farming......................... Harbor Springs... 17 Gallagher, Patrick.... Farming.......................Pleasantvie........ 34 Gleason, Clarence.....Farming........................Pleasantview...... 36 Gleason, A. J.......... Farming.. Pesnvw....................Pleasantview.... 19 Hawkins, F. E......... Farming.......................Pleasantview..... 8 Kniesley, Daniel S Farming....................... Linehan, Roger...... Farming....................................... 36 Lucas, Gorge WV Farming...................... Harbor Springs.... 7 Martin, 0. C.......... Farming and lumbering............ Pleasantview...... 15 Noss, J. F............. Farming.....................Pleasantview....... 20 Scherrer, John........ Farming.................... Ayr.............. 36 Stanley, Robert, and Stanley. Carrie......... Farming. Mr. Stanley was born December 25, 1870; came to Michigan May i I, 1895, and located where he now lives; married, May II, i895, at Harbor Springs, to Carrie L. Van Dusen. Mrs. Stanley was born in Odina County, 0., November 12, 1859........................Harbor Springs 7 \Vade Playford....... Farm ing......................... Harbor Springs.... 17 WVhite, Lewis........ Farming................... Ay........Ar.... 35 Ziegler, William H.... Farming......................... Ayr.............. 36 WEST TRAVERSE TOWNSHIP. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Blackman, 0. A....... Farming......................Harbor Springs.... 4 Boyngton, John.......Farming.......................... Harbor Springs.... 32 Burrows, Robert...... Farming......................... Harbor Springs....2 Burrows, George W..... LumIber manufacturing............. Harbor Springs.... 32 Carpenter, D. T........ Farming......................... Harbor Springs.... 3 Carpenter, Bruce R.... Farming and growing of small fruits and berries...................... Harbor Springs.. I.. Carpenter, D. F........ Farming, a specialty being made of berries and small fruit............ Harbor Springs... I Chamberlain, J. G.... Farming. Mr. Chamberlain was born in Cuyahoga County, 0., January 5, 1857; came to Emmet County, Mich., in i877, and settled in Center Township; moved to West Traverse in i898. Mrs. Chamberlain was born in Rensselaer County, N. Y., February 17, 1857. They are the parents of three children, two sons and a daughter; two are now living. Married, October 8, 1882, to Miss Lettie Burdick............. Harbor Springs.... iI Coover, John R........ Farming. Born in Dart County, 0., August 23, 1853; moved to Indiana, where he lived until 1879; came to Michigan and homesteaded in Friendship Township; married, October 17, i888, to Martha Holderman. They have five girls now living. Located where he now lives in 1894; worked at the carpenter trade for six years at Harbor Springs. Mrs. Coover was born in Elkhart County, Ind.............. Harbor Springs.... I Cook, M. J. S., M. D... Physician and surgeon............. Harbor Springs.... t o Colburn, Isaac.......Farming and gardening. Born in Onandago County, N. Y., October 4, 1835; came to Emmet County in i880; enlisted August 21, 1862, in the 122d New York Volunteers, where hlie served three years; discharged at the close of the war at Washington, D. C.; married, July 24, I859, to Nelly Graves. Mrs. Colburn was born October 17, 1842, at Port Madison County, N. Y. They have one son.............. Harbor Springs..i I Hunt, W illard........ Farming......................... Harbor Springs.... I King, Leonard...... Farming....................... Harbor Springs 3?.... Lewis, HenryFrm....................... Harbor Springs.... 36 Morrice, J. L.......... Farming and (dlairying; Supervisor of West Traverse Township......... Harbor Springs I. 12 Quick, J. M., and Quick, Sarah A........ Farming........................ Harbor Springs.... I Rise, A. D.......... Farming......................... Harbor Springs.... 33 Robinson, S. L........ Author and proprietor of the Robinson Telegraphic Cipher; in general use by the grain, flour, and provision trade, and extensively used in all lines of business............. Chicago.......... 32 Rose, Orville P......Farming...................... Harbor Springs... 4 Squire, Warren A...... Farming and carpentering. Born in Gratiot County, Mich., July 3, i86o; came to Emmet County, Michll., in 1887, and located at Harbor Springs; married, October 24, 1883. to Nettie F. Cone. Mrs. Squire was - born in Portage County, 0., November i8, i86o. They are the parents of five children, one son and four daughters.................. Harbor Springs.... IT Fetters, Anna........ Farming......................Harbor Springs 12 Unicume, Edward.... Farng...................... Harbor Springs... 33 Ward, Fred E.......... Farming........................ Harbor Springs 32 Wimer, John M....... Proprietor of a grist mill........... Harbor Springs.... 5 Young, Daniel D Farming......................Harbor Springs....32 FRIENDSHIP TOWNSHIP. Budlong, W. E........ Carpenter, and Supervisor of Friendship Township............... Harbor Springs... Bachee, D. K.......... Farming...................... Harbor Springs.... Barkley, Gordon......Farming.....................Famn. Goodhart........ Brookman, Henry... Farming......................F... Harbor Springs.... Bachee, Chas. F....... Farming......................... Harbor Springs Cease, Sidney T....... Farming...................... Harbor Springs Corey, W. J........Farming...................... Harbor Springs... Garver, Jacob........ Farming...................... Goodhart........ Golfry, Wm. R....... Farming, and Highway Commissioner of Friendship Township.... Harbor Springs 20 19 6 17 27 14 26 1 23

Page  51 PATRON S' DIR E C TOR Y.-Continued. 51. FRIENDSHIP TOWNSHIP.-Continued.! Namne Business. Post Office.. Section. * Goltrv, Francis M..... Iarming. Born in Steuben County, N. Y., July 5, 1840; came to lona (iountV, Mich, on December 31, 1869, and moved to Grand Traverse County in 1872; came to Emm.et County, 1876, and located where lihe now lives; married. April 20, 18i63. to Miss Rebecca C. Morgan. Mrs. (Goltry was born in Howard Township, Steuben County, March 4, 1846. They are the parents of six children, three sons and three dlaughters. Enlisted, January 4. 1864, in New York Artillery, and served until the close of the war; was mustered out July 19, i865, and received an honorable discharge....................... Harbor Springs... 23 Gish, Perry, and Gish, Wm...........Farming...................... Harbor Springs. i and 2 Hurd, Wm. F......... School teacher.................. Harbor Springs....14 Higby, Henry W. Farming..................... Harbor Springs.... 22 Hoddinott, J. H........ Farming...................... Harbor Springs.. 13 Hall, Martha R., Mrs... Farming.......................Harbor Springs 24 Lamkin, Chas........ Farming......................... Harbor Springs.... I Mills, Manly A....... Farming......................... Harbor Springs.... 17 Pontius, Christian. Dealer in general merchandise... Harbor Springs 14 Perry, Ed. Farming...................... Harbor Springs.... 5 Pantz, Ambrose......................... Goodhart......... 6 Preis, Martin......... Farming........................ Harbor Springs.... Terpening, Seth W..... Farming, andl Treasurer of Friendship....................... Harbor Springs 29 Shaffer, Wm. E...... aing........F..............Harbor Springs.... 29 Sterley, Joseph.......Farming...................... Harbor Springs 9.... Scalf, B. N............ Farming...................... Harbor Springs.... 22 Snively, Peter VW. Farming and threshing............. Harbor Springs.... 2 Stuttsman Bros...... Manufacturers of lumber and broom handles....................... Harbor Springs 14 Ward, Andrew....... Farming.........................Harbor Springs 29 Wressle, George....... Farming......................... Harbor Springs 23 SPRINGVALE TOWNSHIP. Annable, George M.... Farming and lumbering. Born in Hilsdale County, Mich., September 22, 1867; came to Charleroix County when a boy, and lived in Chandler Township. At the age of 19 years lie made a trip to Texas and the Southwest, where he remained for one and a half years. In 1889 hle enlisted in the 21st Regiment in Company G, of the United States Regular Infantry at Sidney, Neb.; was discharged in 1893. Married, September 26, 1891i,to Lizzie Powell. Mrs. Annable was born, October i8, 1853, at Breckenshire, South Wales; came to America with her parents at the age of 8 years, and lived in Iowa County, Wis. They are the parents of three children, one son and two daughters. Mr. Annable served for five months on the Columbian Guards at Chicago, Ill., during the World's Fair; returned to Nebraska and located on a farm in Cheyenne County; remained until January, 1897, when he returned to Emmet County, and located where lie now lives........Dott............. 34 Birdsall, F. M......... General farming. Was born in Genesee County, Mich., May 17, 1867; was married, March 2, 1892, to Miss Zeruah G. Hancock. Mr. Birdsall came to Emmet County, Mich., in 1890. They have one child, a daughter, Florence L.; born December 31, 1895.................. Epsilon........... 13 Blanchard, Frank A.... Farming, lumbering, and threshing. Epsilon 5 Clark, James M........ Farming; Supervisor of Springvale Township..................... Epsilon o.........10 Decker, William L.....General farming................. Epsilon...........10 Drake, George W...... General farming. Born in Calhoun County, Mich., January 15, i847; went to Isabella County with his parents when 9 years old, where they lived until 1865; then went to Ohio and lived in Wood and Ottowa County until they came to Emmet County in 1876, where lihe had homesteaded in 1875; married, September24, i868, to Mary Kelly, who was born in Stark County. 0., January 7, i847. Mr. and Mrs. Drake were among the first settlers to locate in their vicinity.......... Epsilon........... 3 SPRINGVALE TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Dumbleton, Oscar C...General farming. Born in Rensselaer County, N. Y., June 5, 1838; married, May 25, i866, to Miss Margaret Littlefield, who died Mlarch 12, 1879. They are the parents of six children, four now living. Came to M-ichigan in I885,and lived one year near Lansing Falls; came to Emmet County and located where he now lives, in i886, and homesteaded his farm in 1887.....................Wildwood.........13 Dunshee, William L.... General farming. Born in Defiance County, 0., October 17, 1852; came to Michigan in April, 1875, and located in Hilsdale County, where he resided until 1879, when he came to this county, and located near Petoskey; settled in Springvale Township in i888, where he now lives; was married in 1876 to Miss Lucinda Shilling. They are the parents of three children, two boys and one girl......................... Epsilon.......... 14 Enbody, Lat......... General farming.................. Epsilon........... 4 Enbody, Jay......... Lumbering....................... Epsilon...........21 Elsworth, Horton..... Farming and apiarist. Born June 25, i844, in Jackson County, Mich.; enlisted July, 1863, with the 8th Michigan Infantry, Company C., and served until the close of the wvar; married to Catherine A. Keller in February, i866; came to Emmet County in 1876, and purchased a farm, and on May i, 1879, moved his wife and family there......... Epsilon........... 34 Fike, Henry.......... Farming and stone mason.......... Wildwood Gray, Mrs. J. E., and Gray, Mr. J. A........ General farming................Epsilon........... Gregg, Robert H...... NManufacturing of lumber, laths, and handles.................... Epsilon...........35 Hyatt, Ernest J........ Carpenter and joiner.............. Littlefield... 15 Hoover, Fred........F.. arming, carpenter, and builder.... Epsilon... IO Johnson, Charles A.... General farming. Born in Mariesbad, Sweden, December 27, 1852; came to America in 1882, and located in Otsego County, where lihe lived two years; came to Emmet County in 1884, and located on a homestead, where he now lives; married, six months after his arrival, to Miss Johanna Johnson. They are the parents of three children, one girl and two boys. Mrs. Jolinson was born, February 28. 1849, in Mariesbad, Sweden.............. Epsilon............ 2 Johnson, C. W....... G(;eneral farming.................. Epsilon........... 3 Keehn, Joseph........ Farnming. Born in Germany August, 1836; came to America the same year; went to Michigan and located in Cheboygan County in 188i, and Emmet County, November 28, 1899. They have ten children, four boys and six girls. Married Mary Glapfler, May 6, 1862............ WVildwood........ 36 Larson, P. A.......... Sawyer and mill work.............. Epsilon.......... 34 Lyons, William Mi....... Lumber manufacturing.............Epsilon........... 4 Merrill, G. E...... 1 arming....................... Epsilon....... 12 Moyer, William...... aring....................... Epsilon........... 10 McFarland, E. R........F arming and well digging..........Epsilon......... 1 McConnell, Mark A.... f arming.........................Epsilon........3 Newsone, M. J......... 1 arming.............................. Littlefield....... 27 Oldt, R. B.............. arming........................ Petoskey.......... 15 Purchis, WV. E......... F arming........................ Epsilon............ 9 Purchis, Homer...... Manufacturer of lumber and shin gles....................... Eps i n. Reynolds, F. J......... arming; dealer in land and timber.Epsilon........... Kedford, John H...... carpenter.................... Petoskey Redford, John........ iarming, carpenter, bricklayer, mason work, and plastering......... Littlefield Riley, F............. 1 arming.......................Epsilon Riddle, Clark NM....... larming. Born in Cattaraugus County, N. Y., March 16, 1843; enlisted in the Civil War August ib, 1862, in the i9th (N. Y.) Independent Battery, and served two years and ten months; was discharged at Elmira, N. Y., June 13, 1865; married, December 25, i860, at Rochester, N. Y., to Miss Elizabeth L. Cullen, who was born in England September 26, 1845; came to Michigan in I875, and located on Section 30, and in 1887 moved to where he now lives. They are the parents of three children-Mary, now Mrs. Shannon; Ina, now Mrs. Miller, and Millie, now Mrs. Ana 4 35 34 I4 7 ble............................ 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Page  52 52 PATRONS" DIR E C T 0 RY.-Continued. SPRINGVALE TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Schlappi, Ezra........ Farming and fruit growing......... Petoskey......... 6 Sanborn, Arthur D..... Farming. Born in Hilsdale County, April 21, 1857; came to Emmet County November i, 1877; married, December 23, 1876, to Miss Clara L. McConnell, who was born September 24, i86i, in Kent County, Mich. They are the parents of three children, two now living. -Littlefield......... 22 Sheldon, F. A......... Farming. Born in Broom County, N. Y., October 10, 1846; went to Pennsylvania with his parents when 9 years of ages enlisted, i86i, with the 46th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, and in Company H, and served until July 20, 1865; came to Michigan in 1884, and purchased a farm, and moved on where he now lives, April 23, i888.............. Epsilon........... 14 Shatto, Jeremiah J..... Farming. Born December 9, i839, in Perry County, Pa.; moved to Ohio with his parents in I850, and to Indiana the same year; married, May 22, 1862, to Miss Josephine M. Daugherty; enlisted October 20, i86i, in the 44th Regiment, Company K, Indiana Volunteer Infantry; served until the close of the war, and was honorably discharged September 15, 1865, at Nashville, Tenn.; moved to Hilsdale County, Mich., 1879, where he remained until 1882, when he came to Charlevoix County; moved to Emmet County, Mich., 1887, and homesteaded where he now lives. Mrs. Shatto was born May 20, 1846, in Yates County, N. Y. They are the parents of five children, all living at the present day.............. Epsilon...........i1 Tallady, V. E. & Co.... Dealer in general merchandise...... Epsilon........... 4 Wormell, John S....... Farming and manufacturing of maple syrup; made by the Champion evaporator process................... Epsilon........... 13 EGLESTON TOWNSHIP. Bogardus, Charles.....Manufacturing of lumber, shingles, ties, posts, and hemlock bark...... Pellston.......... Vil. Carlton, T. B......... Blacksmith, wagon making, and general repair shop................. Levering......... Vil. De Kruif, Wm. & Co... Hardware, implements, carriages, and machinery; building hardware, plows, harrows, lumbermen's supplies, wagons, harvesting machinery, sleighs, cutters, engines and threshers, vehicles, baling presses, harness, woodworking machinery, binder twine, mill machinery, sporting goods.................... Levering......... Vil. Davenport, 0........Millwright, carpenter, contractor, and builder......................... Van.............. V il. Frank, Charles....... Farming......................... Levering......... 5 Fletcher, Elijah....... Farming...................... Levering........ 5 McLacblan,-Alex......Farming......................... Levering......... 5 Miller & Carlton.......Livery, sale, and feed barn........ Levering......... Vil. McComb, W. C........Dealer in ties, shingles, bark, and general merchandise; Postmaster and hotel keeper, of Levering......... Levering......... Vil. Miller, D. D.........Farming...................... Levering......... Vil. Palmer, M.......... Lumber manufacturing and dealer in drugs; Supervisor of Egleston Township and County Surveyor..Levering.........Vil. Palmer, W. I........ Carpenter, contractor, and builder; Township Treasurer............. Levering......... Vil. Prout, Levi.........Lumbering, and Constable.......... Levering......... Vii. Sherritt, Thomas...... Land looker, Justice of the Peace, and Highway Commissioner.......... Sams, Charles E....... Land looker and estimator.......... Pellston.......... Vil. Van Every Bros....... Manufacturers of lumber, shingles, and cedar ties; dealer in general merchandise................... Van............. Vil. Walker Bros........Dealer in general merchandise...... Levering.........Vil. Walker, E. T., and Walker, William C..... Dealer in shelf and heavy hardware, and undertakers................. Levering......... Vil. MAPLE RIVER TOWNSHIP. Bathke, A. WV.......General farming................ Brutus........... 29 Bechtel, Jesse........ Dairy farming and livery........... Brutus........... Vil. Brubaker, Daniel G.... General farming................... Brutus........... 12 Brubaker, Jesse G...... General farming................... Brutus........... II Burkhart, Daniel...... General farming................... Brutus........... ii Burkhart, Eli........ General farming................ Brutus........... II Burns, P. J............ Manufacturing of broom handles; Postmaster of Ayr Post-Office, Supervisor of Maple River Township.......................... Ayr..............30 MAPLE RIVER TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Crawford, H. M........ Farming, and barber at Brutus Wednesdays and Saturdays........... Brutus........... i6 Crapsey, A. B.........Manufacturing of broom handles; factory at Ayr..................... Ayr................ Cupp, Samuel........ General farming. Mr. Cupp was born in Wood County, 0., January 7, 1841; enlisted in Company D, iiith Ohio Volunteers, July 28, 1862; served until August, 1865; came to Michigan in 1884; settled at Brutus; married, June 12, 1892, to Margaret Shively.................... Brutus............33 Demling, J. P. & Son.. Dealers in flour, feed, and general merchandise.................... Brutus........... Vil. Dettwiler, J. K........ Farming, carpenter, contractor, and builder......................... Brutus............ 6 Dettwiler, A. K......General farming................ Brutus........... 20 Dettwiler, J. WV........ General farming...................Brutus........... 21 Eby, Cyrus.......... General farming. Mr. Eby was born in Waterloo, Canada, October 31, i866; came to Michigan in 1898, and settled in Emmet County; was married, November i6, 189o, to Elizabeth Brubaker, of Waterloo. Mrs. Eby was born September 2, 1869. They have four children, two boys and two girls............. Brutus........... 19 Gish, James C..... Lumbering...................... Brutus........... 14 Hinkley, Homer......Manufacturer of flour barrels, staves, and broom handles.............. Brutus..........Vil. Kubler, Charles....... General farming.................. Brutus............ 6 Lusk, Col. I. M........ General farming................ Petroskey.........32 Maxfield, L. A....... Dealer in dry goods, groceries, boots, shoes, gents' furnishings, and general merchandise; Township Treasurer........................... Brutus........... V il. Morford, H. WV........ Justice of the Peace............... Brutus........... Vil. Mundt, R...........With Hinkley Stave and Handle Factory Highway Commissioner...... Brutus...........Vil. O'Reilly, R. T.......General farming................... Brutus............34 Pire, H.............Proprietor of Pire House; rates, $i to $I.50 per day................. Brutus........... Vil. Pire, N. A........... Book-keeper for H. Hinkley Stave and Handle Factory; Postmaster of Brutus, Notary Public, and Township Clerk...................... Brutus........... Vil. Porter, T. N.........General farming................Alanson...........32 Sage, Nicholas........ General farming.-.............. Brutus........... 10 Snider, Owen.........General farming.................. Brutus........... 27 Strayer, J. W.......... General farming................... Brutus............17 Zuck, Samuel-.....Superintendent County Poor Farm; (dealer in horses, cattle, and live stock.......................... Brutus............34 BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP. Atkin, William....... Dairy farming, and Township Clerk.. Petoskey..........8 Anderson, Japp....... Dairy farming and fruit growing.... Petoskev...... Anton, R............ General farming. Mr. Anton has for sale a good farm of 8o acres, one and a half miles south of Petoskey; well improved and a good orchard; will sell at a reasonable price and terms.......................... Petoskey..........17 Angus, E.............General farming................... Petoskey.......... 2 Angus, G. T.......... General farming................... Petoskev.......... 13 Baker, G. S........... General farming................... Petoskey.... 7 Barnard, A. C......... General farming.................. Petoskey.......... 22 Bellmer, Joseph M..... General farming.................. Petoskey........... Bischoff, Christ....... General farming................... Petoskey......... 36 Brown, Ashley....... General farming.................. Petoskey......... 13 Brush, C. L........... General farming.................. Petoskey... Chattaway Joseph..... Farming and fruit growing......... Petoskev......... 8 Coveyou, John....... General farming................. Petoskey......... 30 Cryderman, C. L....... General farming................. Petoskev........18 Crouch, S...........General farming................... Petoskev..........i Cresswell, F.........General farming................... Petoskey.........12 Clapper, John........ General farming.................. Petoskey.......... 12 Drummond, L. W......General farming...................Petoskey......... 18 Detwiler, Joseph D..... General farming................... Petoskey......... 14 Engle, J. E............ General farming.................. Petoskey.........36 Fleming, Miles....... General farming................... Petoskey.i8 Fletcher, Mrs. E.. General farming................... Petoskey.. 6 Frederickson, Frank.. General farming................... Petoskey.........12 French, L. J.......... General farming................... Petoskev......... 1 Garmire, J. M.......Editor and publisher of the "Gospel Review"....................... Petoskey..........34 Hastings, John....... Proprietor of Lake Home Hotel.. Conway.......... 24 Hamilton, T. B........ Farming and fruit growing........ Petoskey......... 15 Harrington, Daniel....Proprietor of Summit Farm; breeder of Scotch collie dogs............ Clarion...........32 Haukins, Charles. Proprietor of River Valley Stock Farm.......................... Petoskey.........21 Howe, J. L.......... General farming................... Petoskev........ Hendrick, Aug....... Retired..........................Petoskey......... 26 Hastings, David......Farming and lumbering.......... Petoskey.. 6 Jones, John F....... Farming, and proprietor of Nacrena summer resort on Walloon Lake.. Petoskey......... 31 Keep, John..........Surveyor...................... Petoskey......... 2

Page  53 PATRONS' DIRECTORY.-Continued. 53 BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name Business. Post Office. Section. Keep Bros., John & H. Growers of all kinds of fine fruit..... Petoskey......... 2 Kilborn, John........ General farming.................. Petoskey......... 29 Konle, Jacob.......... (;eneral farming. Mr. Konle was born in Wittenberg, Germany, September 14, 1843; came to America in 1852; settled in Pennsylvania; served in Company K, i9oth Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was married, September 14, i88o, to Elizabeth Grass. Mrs. Konle was born in Pennsylvania December 24, 1855. They have two children.... Petoskev......... 5 Krussell, Oscar......... Proprietor 0 K Dairy Farm; breeder of thoroughbred and graded Guernsey cattle, and fruit growing; a specialty made of a variety of choice apples......................... Petoskey......... 7 Kalstrom, Reynold... Dairy farming..................... Petoskey......... 35 Krusel, P............ General farming............... Petoskey......... 9 Kopp, A. G......... General farming................... Petoskey..........I0 Koepke, Carrie....... General farming................. Petoskey.........I Leveck, Jacob....... General farming................... Petoskey......... 9 Ludlow, E. G.......... Dairy farming.....................Petoskey........... 5 Loveys, A. W......... Farming and lumber manufacturing.. Petoskey.........35 Lamerande, Joseph....General farming...................Petoskey.......... 26 Lombard, 0. H........ General farming...................Petoskey.......... 2 Morris, R........... ( General farming.................. Petoskey......... 22 Meister, George...... General farming................. Petoskev......... I I Omlor, Joseph......... Farming, and Highway Commissioner........................ Petoskey.......... 8 Ouderkirk, F......... General farming...................Petoskey........... 35 Privatt, Joseph....... General farming...................Petoskey........... II Patoskey, M......... General farmnning................... Petoskey........... 28 Rodgers, Wm. E.......Chimney sweep and scavenger and cesspool work............... Petoskey........ 34 Robinson, R. M........General farming................... Petoskey.......... 23 River, Henry.......... General farming.................. Petoskey......... II Richmond, George C... General farming...................Petoskey........... 3 Shanley, John........ Proprietor of Hillside Dairy Farm... Petoskey......... 15 Steinmetz, John...... Farming and fruit growing.........Petoskey......... 29 Schaferbin, Barnhart.. General farming................. Petoskey......... i8 Siebert, Abraham.... General farming...................Petoskey............ 8 Spangenberg, Max.....Proprietor of Lake Park summer resort and garden at Round Lake.... Petoskey......... 27 Stanley, Eber AT.......General farming................ Petoskey......... 35 Schmit, John.......... General farming............... Petoskey......... 35 SaIler, Frank.......... General farming.................. Petoskey......... 35 Sobaleswki, John......General farming................ Petoskey......... 9 Stock, Frank......... General farming............... Petoskey......... 11 Shearer, Lewis E...... Works for J. A. Washburn, bowl manufacturer................... Petoskey........ 3 Tracy, C. H.......... General farming, and Township Treasurer.................... Petoskey......... 3 Taylor, A. F...........General farming.................. Petoskey.......... 33 Winter, Joseph....... General farming............. Petoskey.........36 Watkins, Mrs. A. A.... General farming.................. Petoskey......... 26 VILLAGE OF HARBOR SPRINGS. Name. Business. Allerton, F. W......... Dealer in choice wines, liquors, and cigars. Atkinson, H. J......... Dealer min drugs and medicines; Village Assessor and(l Clerk of Little Traverse Township. Bank of Harbor George B. Martin, banker. Springs. Babcock & Darling.... Wholesale and retail dealers in Indian baskets and bark work; proprietors of "Harbor Springs Graphic." Babcock, E. M......... Blacksmithing, wagon making, and repairing. Backus, A. B.......... Notary Public and Treasurer of Little Traverse Township. Bennett, I. J...........Blacksmithing, wagon making, and repairing; agent for the Milwaukee harvesting machine. Barker, Jeff........... Carpenter, contractor, and builder. Bliss, A. WV. & Co...... Real estate in Emmet and adjoining counties; non-resident property interests carefully looked after. Brubaker, J. S...........Proprietor of We-que-ton-sing Hotel. Bradley, B. B.......... Carpenter, contractor, and builder. Carpenter, XVarren D... Farmer and stock raising. Clark, L. A......... Editor and proprietor of the "Republican." Clarke, W. J. & Son... D)ealer in groceries, dry goods, clothing, gents, furnishing goods, hats, caps, paints, oils, fresh and salt meats. C6peman, Wm. F...... General laboring. Darling, W. S......... (Babcok & Darling.) Editors and proprietors of the "Graphic." Deuel, A. L........... Attorney; dealer in real estate and insurance; Postmaster of Harbor Springs. Dickinson, G. W....... County Clerk of Emmet County. Eaton, E. M........... Proprietor of Colonial Hall at West We-que-ton-sing; firstclass accommodations; modern in every respect; rates, $2 per day. Ferguson, F. R........ Dealer in fresh, salt and smoked meats; agent for the McCormick harvesting machine; blacksmithing, wagon making, and repairing; Chief of Fire Department, and member of Village Council. I II I II VILLAGE OF HABOR SPRINGS.-Continued. Name. Ferguston, F. R. Business. Livery, sale, and feed stable. & G. E. Furguson, E. I........ Proprietor of Emmet House; first-class accommodations. Foster, Burk & Wilson. Dealers in heavy and shelf hardware, farm machinery, gr.oceries, boots, shoes, etc. Franciscan Fathers.... Rev. Norbert Wilhelm, 0. F. TM. Gardner, L. WV.. M. D.. P'hysician and surgeon; Supervisor of Little Travese Township. Gage, Frank H........ Livery, sale, and feed barn. Gleason, George...... General work. Guthart, F. A......... I)ealer in real estate. Harbor Springs I'.abcok & Darling, editors and proprietors; established 1895; "Graphic." $i per year; job work a specialty. Harrison, Fred. D..... Superintendent of We-que-ton-sing Association grounds. Hardy, W. E.......... Dealer in groceries and provisions, fresh and salt meats. Ingalls, Francis........ ichool teacher. Keiser, A. A.......... County Treasurer of Emmet County. Keiser, S. C.......... Carpentering Kneale, Thomas......Saw and planing mill; manufacturer of and dealer in hardwood and building lumber. Lee, Wm. H. & Son.... Abstracts of title, with tax histories to all lands in Emmet County; orders by mail, telegraph, and telephone always receive prompt attention. Linehan, Thomas..... Probate Judge of Emmet County. Lundy & Babcock..... Blacksmithing and woodwork; good horseshoeing a specialty. Lundy, William....... Blacksmithing, wagon making, and repairing. Main, Fred. F......... County Poor Commissioner. Melching, A. F......... Custodian of Harbor Point. McArthur, D. S........ Livery, sale, and feed stable. Peffer, John......... (Sutherland & Peffer.) Law, collections, insurance, and bonding; real estate and timber tax titles a specialty. Perkins, D. A.......... Carpenter, contractor, and builder. Rockwell, William.....Carpenter, contractor, and builder. Robinson, Henry A.... Livery and carriage stable. Runyan, E. A.. M. D... Physician and surgeon. Sexton, 0. P.......... Dealer in choice wines, liquors, and cigars. Shay, E. & Son........ Proprietors of Harbor Springs Railroad and WVater WVorks. Smith, Wade B........ Attorney; Deputy County Clerk. Snyder, Alanson........ Carpenter, contractor, and builder. Starr, John F.......... Farming, and Highway Commissioner of Harbor Springs. Swift, John........... Surveyor and landscape artist; a specialty made of designing and laying out resort property. Talbot & Bliss......... Dealers in Talbot Heights summer resort property and farms and timber lands. "The Lyre.".........John C. Wright, editor and chief lyre; official organ of the Pristine Order of Prevaricators and Jim Lewis Sporting Club; 50 cents per year, in advance; original features in every issue; no other magazine on earth like it. The.Carey Hoop Co.... E. G. Carey, secretary and treasurer; manufacturers of elm staves, coiled hoops, and hardwood lumber. Therry, Nicholas........ Fruit growing and poultry raising. Thompson, J. L........ Carpenter, contractor, and builder. Traverse, T. H......... Merchant tailoring. Williams, Daniel........ Lighthouse keeper of Harbor Point Lighthouse, and proprietor of sailing yachts; a specialty made of sailing tourist parties and resorters; also, a specialty of view photography of all kinds of exterior work. CITY OF PETOSKEY. Ames, R. C............ Dealer in real estate and loans. Bank, First State...... Ira Chichester, president; Leon Chichester, cashier; George S. Rice, vice-president; capital, $4o,oo000; surplus and undivided profits, $19,000. Bank, First National... WV. L. Curtis, president; C. F. Hankey, vice-president; Chalmers Curtis, cashier. Bontecou, John C...... Editor and publisher of the "Record." Buckley, James......... Postmaster of Petoskey. Bauerle Bros......... Manufacturers of broom handles and wood turning. Bedford & Stevens..... Manufacturer of and dealer in lumber and timber lands. Backes, Z. C.......... Manager for the Swaverly Telephone. Bracket Hardware Co.. Dealers in shelf and heavy hardware, farming implements, and tools. Burns, D. S............. With Dart & Dart, law and real estate dealers. Benham, George W.... Hardwood hemlock and cedar lands and farm lands. Bosneiler, D......... General farming. Cushman House......Cushman & Lewis, proprietors; strictly first-class commercial house. Churchill & Goldsmith.. Publishers of the "Independent Democrat," the "Daily Resorter;" job printing a specialty. Caskey, Edward D..... Attorney-at-law. Corbett, J. W..........(Boyngton & Corbett.) Manufacturers of and wholesale and retail dealers in cigars and tobacco. Cook & Merrill....... (W. S. Cook and L. R. Merrill.) Builders of rowboats, sailboats, gasoline launches, etc. Cook, A. G............ Dealer in bazaar goods, stationery, books, school supplies, camera supplies, etc.; job printing a specialty. Catton, G. R........ Agent for the New Era Life Insurance Co., of Grand Rapids (fraternal without the lodge). Chase, J. W. and Clara.. Farming. Call, Clay E....... Attorney-at-law.

Page  54 54 PATRONS' DI RECTORY.-Continued. CITY OF PETOSKEY.-Continued. Name. Business. Cole, L. Burt & Co..... Clothiers, hatters, and furnishers; E. & WV. collars; Cluett collars; Monarch and Gold and Silver shirts; hats, caps, and high-grade neckwear. Cook, W. S............Superintendent of Petoskey City Water Works. Dart & Dart......... (R. C. and J. A. Dart.) Attorneys-at-law; real estate, insurance and loans; timber lands, farm, village, and resort property for sale. Davis, Fred. D.........Architect; plans and estimates furnished on short notice. Darling & Beahan..... (Lou S. Darling and Charles C. Beahan.) Seedsmen, general produce, agricultural implements, storage. and transfer. Ellis, E. D............ Dealer in fresh, salt, and smoked meats, fish, and game in its season. Franciscan Fathers Rev Father Cyriac Stemple, pastor. of Petoskey. Fochtman,A. D. & Son. Department store. Faunce, E. A.......... Justice of the Peace. Booth, 0. T........... Secretary of the Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Co., of Petoskey. Fochtman Bros....... (John and Will Fochtman.) Dealers in implements, carriages, and wagons; manufacturers of harness; agents for the McCormick harvesting machinery. Fochtman J. E. Hobbins, secretary and general manager; dealers in furFurniture Co., Ltd. niture, carpets, curtains, crockery, and dishware, heating stoves, and ranges; a complete line of housefurnishing goods. Falless, C. W.......... Dealer in drugs, stationery, school supplies, fishing tackle, cameras and supplies; pictures and picture frames, water colors and artists' supplies. Gix, 0. W............ Merchant tailoring. Guinon, Mathew F..... Prosecuting Attorney Emmet County. Gilbert, E. E........... Attorney-at-law. Grimes, L. G........... Manufacturer of lumber and brick. Hammill, C. C......... Dealer in groceries, fruits, and farm produce. fresh, salt, and smoked meats; game in season. Herrick, L.......... Livery, sale, and feed stable. Harwood & Kephart... Proprietors of Central Drug Store; dealers in drugs and medicines, rubber goods, etc. Hoffmaster, William... Manufacturer of sash, doors, window frames, store fronts, and odd size work; office and shop on Charleroix avenue, near old Fair Grounds. Halstead & Halstead... (R. T. & R. H. Halstead.) Lawyers. Hankey, C. F. & Sons.. Proprietors of Petoskey Roller Mills; manufacturers of and dealers in flour, feed, grain, hay, etc. Ingalls, J. & W. N..... Proprietors of West Side Grocery; dealers in staple and fancy groceries. Jones, David R........ Sheriff of Emmet County. Jarman, N............ Manufacturer of lime, and dealer in city property. Johnson, W. W........ Manufacturer of and dealer in lumber. Knecht, Saml. & Sons.. Dealers in ice. Kilborn, WV. R......... Traveling salesman. Leismer, Henry......Dealer in flour, feed, and hay, robes, blankets, agricultural implements, etc. Levinson, B. C........ (Successor to J. H. Levinson.) Dealer in dry goods, millinery, clothing, shoes, hats, caps, children's clothing, and gents' furnishing goods. Lusk, Charles H.......... With First State Bank of Petoskey. Lusk, Col. I. M........ Farming and fruit growing. Le Roy, Clare J......... Lawyer. Lyons, M. J........... Dealer in groceries, fine teas, coffees, and spices, dairy and creamery butter. Lehman William...... Carpenter, contractor, and builder. McKenzie, Dougal.... Attorney-at-law. Major, W. A.......... Dealer in groceries, fruits and vegetables. Merchant, F. D........ Manufacturer of and dealer in lumber and shingles. McMahan, A........F.. oreman for Cobb & Mitchell Lumber Co. McDowell, Mary T..... Dealer in real estate and city property. Martin, J. E........... Dealer in staple and fancy groceries. McManus, W. L........ Manufacturer of and dealer in all kinds of soft and hardwood lumber; first-class mill and planing mill; up-to-date hardwood interior finish, heavy and light turned work, store fronts, brackets, mouldings, siding, flooring, ceiling, etc. McCune & Smith...... Law, real estate, and insurance. Niles, J. E............ City Clerk. Oldham, James........ Manufacturer of and dealer in harness, saddles, and collars; a general line of horse furnishing goods, bridles, whips, combs, brushes, etc. Osborne, D. C......... Wholesale dealer in flour, feed, hay, seeds, wool, cement, plastering hair, stucco, and salt Porter, Dr. R. G....... Dentist. Petoskey Mercantile Co. Dealers in general merchandise, bicycles and sewing machines. Pailthorp, C. J......... Attorney-at-law. The Petoskey Fiber Manufacturers of wood pulp and paper. Paper Co. Pardee, F........... Livery and feed stable, hack and dray line. Pettingill, S.......... Dealer in staple and fancy groceries. Plant Seed Co......... (Michigan Branch. E. L. Olmstead, superintendent.) Growers of peas, beans, etc., for seed. Quinlan, Tom......... Real estate and insurance. Rouse, Constant S..... Manufacturer of the Petoskey Cedar Rocker (patent applied for). CITY OF PETOSKEY.-Continued. I. Name. Business. Rosenthal, S. & Sons... Dealers in dry goods, clothing, boots, shoes, carpets, curtains, shades, millinery goods; a full line of children's clothing and gents' furnishing goods, ladies' cloaks and capes; the j largest and most complete line of goods in Northern Michigan. Reycraft & Physicians and surgeons; Dr. George Reycraft gives special Reycraft, Drs. attention to diseases of the eye and the fitting of glasses; office over Siebert's Jewelry Store. Ramsdell, Dr. 0. L. Physician and surgeon; office in Smith's Block, over Milor & Co's Furniture Store. Rice, XV. W. George S. Rice, general manager. Tanners and manufactLeather Co. urers of sole leather; office and factory at Ke-go-mic, Mich. Rofe, S. E............. General farming. Russell, R. H......... Rice, Norman G....... Proprietor of the Palace Livery Stable; a choice line of fine drivers and good rigs; horses of all kinds bought and sold; elegant box stalls for boarders.! Rose, Eugene L....... D)ealer in staple and fancy groceries; City Mayor. Seegmileer, W. A..... Attorney-at-law. Sifert, F. E........... Livery and sale stable; hack, baggage, and general transfer I line. Sherman & Byrane... Dealers in dry goods and notions, millinery, ladies' coats, and capes, ladies' furnishings. Shauger, S. L........Mason and contractor in stone work, cisterns, chimneys, etc.; 724 Petoskey avenue. Smith, Henry.......... Carpenter and stone mason; prompt attention given to job l work. Schilling, J. H........The Cash Grocer; fancy and staple groceries, flour, feed, hay, ammunition of all kinds, and sporting goods; cash always paid for fresh eggs. Savlan, Max.........Dealer in dry goods, clothing, hats, caps, and children's clothing, shoes, notions, etc. Thomas, J. M......... Painter and decorator. Thompson, A. B....... Dealer in groceries, provisions, and farm produce. "The Posen."........Karamel & Krusel, proprietors. Dealers in choice wines, liquors, and cigars. The Frenchman likes his native wines, The German likes his beer, The Irishman likes his whiskey straight Because it gives him cheer; The Englishman likes his half-and-half Because it brings on dizziness, The American has no choice at allHe drinks the whole - business. Van Alstine. L....... Dealer in farm implements and machinery, harness, robes, and blankets. Williams, George S.. lWholesale and retail dealer in cigars and tobacco. Wachtel & Barnum.... Law, real estate, and( insurance. Washburn, J. A.......Manufacturer of butter bowls; factory, two miles east of Petoskey. Williams, Fred. T.. City Surveyor, and does a general business in all parts of the country. Walrand, J. E....... (Bump & Walrand.) Hardware; dealers in shelf and heavy hardware, farming and logging tools, builders' supplies, etc. MISCELLANEOUS. Name Business. Post Office. Burnett, Edward A..... Dealer in real estate and lumber..... Charlevoix, Mich. Coburn & Harner... Dealers in stationery, books, school supplies, cameras, camera supplies, etc............................. Petoskey, M ich. Dillman, J. D........ Proprietor of The Hoosier. Dealer in wines and liquors; barrel goods a specialty................... Petoskey, Mich. Merril, E. T......... Dealer in timber lands, hemlock, j hardwood, and cedar; timber in i large and small tracts............ Reed City, Mich. Roaring Brook Edward Kahill, secretary............ Lansing, Mich. Association. Storms & Farish...... Agents for Lindsay Park, the ideal spot for a summer cottage, Charlevoix, the Beautiful, on Lake Michigan; lots and cottages for sale..... St Louis, Mo. W hitney, E. N......... Retired.......................X... olcottville, Ind. CENTRILE TOWNSHIP. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Belding Hall Mfg. Co.. Manufacturers of and dealers in lumber, shingles, posts and poles...... Ely........25 Goldsmith, Nick...... General farming................... Lark Lark, Alexander...... Manufacturer of and dealer in lumber and broom handles; planing mill in connection; Supervisor of Centre Township...................... Lark Lark, Simon......... Manufacturer of and dealer in lumber and broom handles; planing mill in connection..................... Lark Marcy, Daniel........ General farming.................. Lark Schlosser, E. B........ General farming.................. Lark 29....... 17....... 20........ 21 Turner, William H..... General farming.................. Harbor Springs..... 33 Vinkle, John M......... General farming.................. Lark............. 33

Page  55 PATRONSf DI RECTORY-Continued. 55 CROSS VILLAGE. Name. Business. Brady, P. T........... Blacksmithing and wagon-making. Burch, Clarence...... PBlacksmithing and repairing. Chapin, V. C.......... Dealer in fresh and salt meats. Dicken, H. W......... Physician and surgeon. Garrison & Harris..... Proprietors of The New Bargain Store; dealers in dry goods, clothing, shoes, and rubbers, gents' furnishings, trunks and valises. (Branch store at Levering.) Giroux Bros.......... Dealers in staple and fancy groceries. Judd, Charles E....... General farming. (Section 5.) King, L. J............ Farming; Treasurer of Cross Village Township. (Section 4.) Loomis, A. D. & wife.. Dealers in drugs and millinery. Litchfield Stevens Manufacturers of and dealers in lumber, cedar shingles, ties, Lumber Co., Ltd. posts; general merchandise and farm lands. Miller, C. W.......... Dealer in lumber land and timber. McCarty, P........... McCann, L. J......... Clerk for Will M. Shurtleff, Township Clerk of Cross Village Township. Root, D. WV.......... Dealer in groceries, tobacco, and choice confectionery; restaurant in connection. Mr. Root was born in Calhoun County, Mich., February 2, 1842; came to Emmet County in 1877, and located in Bliss Township; moved to Cross Village in 1883; married, November 6, 1874, to Anna AI. Soules. Mrs. Root was born in Calhoun County, June 2, 1856. Mr. Root enlisted in Company A, Michigan Volunteer Infantry, August 20, i86i, and served until the close of the war. Shurtleff, Will M...... The hustler in everything. Wagley, A. L......... Farming. Wagley Hotel........Mrs. Wagley, proprietor; rates, $i per day; first-class accommodations; special rates by the week. Weller, 0. D.......... Farming. BLISS TOWNSHIP. Name Business. Post Office. Section. Campbetl, B. A........ General farming.................. Bliss............36 Hoar, Samuel J........ General farming................... Levering.......... 25 Keiser, C. L........... Farming and Township Clerk....... Bliss............. i6 Keiser, Franklin....... General farming................... Bliss............ 23 Kennedy, John....... General farming..................Levering..........26 Klise, A. B.......... anufacturer of and dealer in lumber, shingles, poles, posts, etc.; Supervisor of Bliss Township........ Sturgeon Bay i8......8 Noel, Gideon......... Dealer in dry goods, groceries, boots, shoes, shelf hardware, and general merchandise; Postmaster of Bliss Post Office................Bliss I4.......... O'Neal, William...... Farming and lumbering; Highway Commissioner of Bliss Township.. Bliss.............14 RESOBT TOWNSHIP. Adams, Charles......... Farming. Labored in the cause of the Gospel for fifty-four years; born November i6, 1828, in Yorkshire, HEngland; was married in 1849 to Mary Wood, who was born March 3, 1826. They were married in On tario County, Canada, by Rev. Thomas Adams.................. Petoskey............ 24 Bay Shore Lime Co.... Manufacturers of broom handles, staves, heading, and lumber; burners of the Bay Shore standard lime, and jobbers of cement, plaster, and hair; the right place for everything in general merchandise.......... Bay Shore........Vil. Bell, Mary J... Farming..........................Petoskey.......... 26 Botsford, E. A......... Farming and school teacher........ Petoskey..... I2....12 Blackbird, Edward.... Farming...................... Petoskey..........23 Boening, William Farming...................... Petoskey......... 23 Bacon, Henry........ Farming and proprietor of H. Bacon's addition to Illinois Park, located on the north shore of Walloon Lake eight and a half miles southwest of Petoskey, and three miles west from Talcott; a fine resort location; lots for sale at reasonable prices and terms; choice lamb and mutton for sale during resort season in any quantity..................... Petoskey............. 2 Conn, James H........ Farming........................ Petoskey........ Clouse, Charles....... Farming........................ Petoskey...... 2 Davis, Jerome Z....... Farming and trout raising; has three fine trout ponds from flowing springs.........................Petoskey..........35 Depew, Douglas...... Farming........................ Petoskey........35 Drummond S...........Farming........................ Petoskey...... 13 Ernst, Charles W. Farming...................... Petoskey.......... 24 Ernst, C. A........... Farming.....................Petoskey...... 26 Easton, H. A.......... Farming and stone quarrying; best building stone delivered in any quantity; telephone. 350 Bell...... Petoskey.......... Flashman, F. E........ Farming and proprietor of Lake View Resort; first-class accommodations by day or week at reasonable yates.......................... W alloon Lake..... 6 RESORT TOWNSHIP.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Hernley, Emanuel....Farming...................... Petoskey..........22 Hewitt, W. V......... Farming. Born January 2, 1871, in Jackson County, Mich.; married, March 20, 190o1, Anna Janeschlek, who was born at Horton's Bar, October 4, 1884; came to Emmnet County, Mich., i88i............ Petoskey..........26 Hewitt, James H....... Born September 7, 1842, in Ontario County, New York State; married, March i, 1869, Miss Frances Henry; came to Michigan in i88i. Petoskey........ Kalbfleisch, Conrad... Farming, carpenter, and contractor. Petoskey.......... II Kalbfleisch, Charles... Farming, carpenter, and contractor. Petoskey..........12 McConnell, Henry.... Proprietor of the Melrose Hotel, located on Walloon Lake (formerly Bear Lake), eight miles south of Petoskey; is newly built and furnished, and is a first-class summer resort hotel; for rates and other information, address.............. Valloon Lake.....13 McConnell, Joseph.... Proprietor of Echo Beach Inn, located near good fishing grounds, three miles from railroad station at foot of Walloon Lake; first-class accommodations in every respect.... Petoskey.......... McVay, Charles...... Farming........................ Petoskey.......... 26 McVay, Edward...... Farming, and Highway Commissioner...................... Petoskey........26 Martz, Julius.......... Farming........................ Petoskey..........23 March, George E Farming......................... Petoskey.........23 March, Albert E....... Farming. Born February 25, 1863, in Germany; came to America in i865, and to Emmet County, Mich., 1876; married, February 10I, 1887, Outtila Boening, who was born November 27, 1869. Are parents of seven children, five daughters and two sons.......................... Petoskey.......... 14 Morford, Clyde H....... Farming and proprietor of C. I. Morford's addition to Lake Grove, situated on the east bank of the west arm of Walloon Lake, seven miles from Talcott and Petoskey; lots for sale at reasonable prices and terms...................... Petoskey........35 Nadolskey, Charles....Farming............... Petoskey..........23 Newman, William C.... Farming..................... Petoskey.........22 Newman, Josephine... Farming..................... Petoskey.........22 Olcott, Timothy 0 Farin........................ Petoskey........ Piehl, John........... Farming........................ Petoskey..... 23 Rehkopf, Jacob....... Proprietor of thle Lake Grove Resort, located near the best fishing grounds, on the east shore of the west arm of Bear Lake, seven miles southwest from Petoskey, and five miles from the railroad dock, where boats meet each train and make regular trips to this resort; boat livery run in connection by Arthur Grant, who keeps good boats, live bait, and bathing suits always on hand; for rates and other informa-* tion address Petoskey, Mich..... Petoskey..........35 Shepard, S. S.......... Farming, and Township Supervisor. Petoskey..........26 Solomon, Joseph...... Farming......................Petoskey.......24 Solomon, Hattie..... Farming........................ Petoskey........24 Stegeman, William.... Farming......................... Petoskey..........22 Stumpf, Henry....... Farming. Has a fine farm of eighty acres five and a half miles southwest of Petoskey and half a mile from Walloon Lake, that he offers for sale at a reasonable price and terms; has seventy acres improved, ten acres good timber; has three springs on place and plenty of good stone; good orchard and fair buildings......................... Petoskey.......... I5 Schluttenhofer, F. X... Farming. Born April 19, 1839, in Bavaria, Germany; came to America in i86i; enlisted in Company D, 74th Pennsylvania Volunteers; was discharged June, 1863, at Philadelphia; re-enlisted April 13, 1864; fought in twenty-eight battles; was taken prisoner with 228 soldiers on June 22, 1864, in front of Petersburg, and was taken to Andersonville Prison, where he remained 10 months 7 days; is one of the 17 survivors who were released on April 29, 1865, and is said to be the only one living at the present day. Married, October 25, 1867, Miss Mary Ann Hennel; came to Michigan March 17, 1888; are parents of eight children, four now living.-......... Petoskey............9.4

Page  56 * 56 PATRONS' DIR E C T 0 R Y.-Continued. I BRESORT TOWNSHIP.-Contmued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Schluttenhofer, Farming....................... Petoskey..........9 F. Albert. Thompson, M. A....... Farming...................... Petoskey........ 3 Thompson, S. E.......Farming...................... Petoskey.......... 13 Thompson, A. E....... Farming....................Petoskey.........i 3 Tubbs, L. E........... Farming, and Township Clerk...... Petoskey..........36 Wooden, C. J......... Farming, Justice of the Peace, and Director School District No. 3.... Petoskey..........36 Wheaton, Andrew....Farming...................... Petoskey......... 6 Wright, William B Farming...................... Petoskey.........26 LITTLEFIELD. Avery, L. A........... Blacksmithing, repairing, and wagonmaking..................... Alanson......... Vil. Barney, Fred........Farming. Born August 29, 1873, in Isabella County, Mich.; came to Cheboygan County, with parents when seven years old; located in Emmet County in 1898; married to Miss Nettie Sweet Febuary 28, 1898; are the parents of two children, one son and one daughter.... Alanson.......... 12 Benson, F. B..........Dealer in fine wines and liquors and cigars...................... Alanson......... Vil. Bigler, Fred. and Farming. Born September i, 1862, in Bigler, Harry. Orleans County, N. Y.; came to Michigan December 25, i88o, and located at Dowagiac, Cass County, moved to Benton Harbor, and from there to Otsego; moved to Emmet County April, 1897. Married Catherine Buck Augtust 28, i88i; are the parents of five children, two sons and three daughters. Mrs. Bigler was born in Cass County, Mich., August 25, 1863........... Alanson.......... 16 Boyer, A. A........... Farming. Born in Eaton County, Mich., April ii, 1851; came to Emmet County April 12, 1883; married, March 22, 1875, to Florence E. Root. Mrs. Boyer was born December 17, i858, in the State of Ohio......................... Alanson.......... ii 1 Boles, Geo. W......... Farming. Born April, 1884, in Portage County, 0.; came to Michigan April 17, i886, and located where he now lives................. Alanson..........13 Bonz, August........ Farming......................... Alanson........... 10 Carpenter, J. C........ Competent guides furnished for pleasure and fishing parties at reasonable rates; boats, fishing tackle, and live bait always on hand; guides able to locate you to the best fishing grounds on the Lake............. Oden Carlson, Fred........ Farming. Born May 19, 1867, in Sweden; came to America in 1887, and located at Manistee; moved to Emmet County in 1891, and purchased the farm he now lives on in i894; married, May 4, 1885, to Hannah Peterson; are the parents of one child-a son............. Oden............. I8 Colby-Hinkley Co....Manufacturing of lumber cheese box material; elm veneer and groceries.........................Alanson.......Vil. Connelly, Richard M... Farming. Born October 12, 1857, in Seneca County, N. Y.; came to Emmet County January i5, i880, and located in Maple River Township, and moved where he now lives June, 1887; married, September 22, I877, to Laura A. White, who was born May 24, i86i, in Seneca County, N. Y; are the parents of seven children, four sons and three daughters, of which six are now living........................... Alanson......... 3 Crump, Martin....... Farming and salesman for American Woolen Mills Co., of Chicago; tailor-made goods to order and satisfaction guaranteed.............Alanson 5 Crump, Eli T........ Farming. Born April 5, 1857, in Barry County, Mich.; came to Emmet County, September I, 1875, and located in Littlefield Township; moved where he now lives June 14, I888. Married January 27, i88o, to Barbara Dettwiler, who was born September i8, 1854, and died January 5, 1885; married, April 5, i886, to Fannie McEwen, who was born May 24, i856, near Toronto, Canada.......................... Alanson..... 15 LITTLEFIELD.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Ebeling, William C..... Farming. Born March 9, 1858, in Hanover, Germany; came to America and located in Emmet County, Mich., 188qo after making three trips to America from Germany and the foreign countries, married, October 24, 1894, Evalena May Kipp, who was born January 17, 1872, in Elgin County, Canada...........Alanson........ 23 Feathers, John....... Farming, livery and village draying. Born February 22, 1847, in Mercer County, Pa.; came to Petoskey, Mich., 1883, and moved where he now lives in i886; married, December 29, 1873, to Anna Burrows. They are the parents of seven children, five boys and two girls; six are now living...................Alanson..... g Flick, John.......... Farming. Born May 8, i868, in Erie County, N. Y.; came to Michigan in 1885, and located in Kalamazoo County; moved to Emmet County in 1887, and located where he now lives; married Mary Bresson July 3, i886. They are the parents of three children, two sons and one daughter..................... Alanson.... 14 French, Thomas...... Farming. Born March i5, 1848, in Lanark County, Scotland; came to America May 8, i88i, and located in Ontario; went to Cheboygan, Mich., in March, 1882; moved his family to Emmet County in the winter of 1883, and to where he now lives on his homstead in 1887; mar-. ried June 25, 1875, to Mary Martin, who was born June 12, 1853. They are the parents of seven children, three boys and four girls.... Alanson........... Guy, Benjamin F...... Farming. Born September 5, 1847, in Hocking County, 0.; came to Michigan in i860; enlisted February 8, 1864, in i6th Michigan Infantry, Company F, and served until July the same year; was discharged July 8, 1864, at Detroit, Mich; came to Emmet County August io, 1898; married, March 17, 1867, to Ellen Norman, who was born July 25, 1845. They are the parents of four children, one son and three daughters..........Alanson.......... 16 Hicks, G. L. Jr........ Farming and breeder of thoroughbred Light Brahma poultry; our birds are prize-winners, and we have for sale birds and eggs that cannot be beaten; first-class layers, and are always kept up to thle standard......................... Alanson........... 12 Hicks, Gilbert L., Sr... Farming. Born August i8, 1831, in Franklin County, Vt.; parents came to Michigan in 1836, and settled in Kalamazoo County; married, January 26, 1852, in Allegan County, Mich., to Augusta Hoyt, who was born August io, 1832. Mr. Hicks enlisted in Company C, 27th Regiment, Iowa Volunteer Infantry; was discharged August 14, 1865; came to Emmet County May, 1877. They are the parents of six children, four sons and two daughters. Mrs. Hicks died November 13. 1 899.... Alanson........... 12 Huey, A. M...........Carpenter and contractor...........Oden............. Vil. Ingraham, Abel S......Farming. Born January 29, 1832, in Madison County, N. Y.; came to Michigan, i865, and locaten in Montcalm County; moved to Emmet County, I880, and located where he now lives; enlisted December, 1863, in the ist New York Light Artillery, Battery A; was discharged June, i865, at Elmira, N. Y. They are the parents of nine children, six of whom are now living........................... A lanson........... 14 Jacobs, Phil. S.........Farming and lumbering; Supervisor of Littlefield Township......... Alanson.......... 24 Kingman, Charles C.... Farming......... Oden.........

Page  57 PATRONS' DIRECTORY.-Continued. 57 ITT EI ELD.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Kellam, N. M......... Proprietor of the Summer Home Hotel at Pon-She-Wa-ing, a new resort eight miles northeast of Petoskev, on the celerated Inland Route, and the most picturesque spot on the banks of Crooked Lake; beautiful groves, flowing wells, fine bathing and good fishing; boat livery in connection; all boats stop at the dock; desirable lots for sale.... Oden............... Littlefield Live Stock Breeders of thoroughbred Shorthorn Improvement Assn. cattle; prize-winners of the World's Fair of 1893; the best in the State for milk and butter; choice stock for sale. Call and see us or write the secretary, G. L. Hicks, Jr..... Alanson........... Marvin, R. L.......... Dealer in fruits, confectionery, cigars. and tobacco................... Oden........... Vil. Miller, Stephen.......Farming. Born June 21, 1841, in Norfolk County, Ontario; came to Michigan in io900, an(d located where he now lives; married, November 28, i886, to Amanda Pemberton. They are the parents of four children, two sons and two daughters.........................Alanson...........12 Pierson, John M. C....Farming. Born April 4, i859, in Noble County, Ind.; married, Ella L. Coonce, March 5, i88i, who died December 3, i886. They are the parents of three children, one now living; Married, May 5, 1891, to Hattie E. Reader; came to Emmet County, Mich., September 20, 1&)6: have two daughters by last marriage......................... Alanson..i.6.......6 McPhee, H. C......... Farming..................... Alanson.........V. Vil. McPhee, F. A......... Dealer in ice cream and confectionery........................... Alanson......... Vil. McEwen, P. J......... Boat builders and boat livery; special attention given to fishing parties... Alanson......... Vil. McCabe, Thomas M.... Farming; Highway Commissioner of Littlefield Township; lots for sale in a good location, McCabe's unrecorded addition to Alanson. Born in Philadelphia June 13, 1840; married, September 20, i860, to Miss Annie Ryon; enlisted June, i861, and served three years and ten months. They are the parents of five children, four sons and one daughter, two now living......... Alanson........... 14 Nicholson, David T... Farming. Born September 4, 1869, in Essex County, Canada; came to Michigan in 1890o, and located where he now lives..............X. Alanson........23 Parmelee, T. S......... Retired. Born December 31, 1845, at Benton Harbor, Mich.; enlisted December 27, 1863, in Company K, ist Michigan Cavalry, and served twenty months; married, December, i868, to Ellen Franklin; came to Emmet County in 1879, and was engaged as a minister of the Gospel for eleven years; retired on account * of poor health, caused by a gunshot wound on the head, which lhe received from a rebel bullet....... Oden............. i6 Parshall, Terry....... Farming. Born February 6, 1850, in Kent County, Mich.; came to Emmet County January, 1899, and in May, 1899, located where he now lives....................... Alanson...... 26 Peterson, A. M........Bowl turner, and Township Clerk of Littlefield..................... Alanson..... Vil. LITTLEFELD.-Continued. Name. Business. Post Office. Section. Pope, William H...... Justice of the Peace................Oden............. Vil. Powell, Volne....... Dealer in staple and fancy groceries: general merchandise and fresh meats..................... Oden..Vil. Pon-She-Wa-Ing, N. M. Kellam, proprietor........... Oden............. The Summer Home. Pangborn, S. A........ Farming and shingle weaving. Born November 23, 1853, in Lorain County, 0.; came to Emmet County, Mich., in 1893; married, September 13, 1874, to Helen Parish, who was born June 3, i854. They are the parents of five children, four now living, three sons and one daughter............... Alanson..........Vil. Reed, Mrs. Mary. Farming....................... Alanson..... 25 Ramsby, Wellington.. Farming......................Alanson...........14 Ramsby, Henry...... Farming. Born February 13, 1849, in Noble County, Ind.; married, January I, 1874, to Miss Fannie Lantz, who was born October 17, 1854, in Ohio. They are the parents of nine children, six sons and three daughters, seven of whom are now living............................ Alanson.......... T.14 Reist, Jonas B......... Farming. Born April 17, i86i, in Erin County, Ontario; married October ii, 1898, to Barbara Ernst, who was born June i8, 1870, in Wellington County, Ontario. They are the parents of one child, a son, born August 26, 1899...... Alanson........... 3 Rush, Christian....... Carpenter and contractor.........Oden............. Vil. Ruggles, Norman..... Retired.......................... Oden............ Vil. Sheldon, Charles R..... Farming. Born March 15, i86i, in Trumbull County, 0.; married, December 25, 1881, Miss Ella V. Boyd; came to Michigan March, 1887, and located where he now lives. They are the parents of six children, three sons and three daughters....................... Alanson........... 13 Smith, F. WV........... Farming and shingle weaving. Born March 25, i85i, in McHenry County, Ill.; came to Emmet County, Mich., 1887; married September, 1889, to Nina Crall. They are the parents of five children, two sons and three daughters......... Alanson........... 13 Stears, D. S....... Farming, blacksmithing, horseshoeing, and repairing. Born February 8, 1853, in Cortland County, N. Y.; came to Emmet County in i885, and located at Alanson; married, September 19, i886, to Alma Par dee, who was born March 30, i868. They are the parents of two children, one son and one daughter... Alanson...........12 Woodruff, G......... Proprietor of tonsorial parlor at Alanson........................... O den........... W ood, George H.,M.D. Physician and surgeon; regular Health Officer of Littlefield Township; medical examiner New Era Association....................... Alanson...........Vil. Warden, M. Elma, M.D. Physician and surgeon............. Oden............. 17 White, E. R........... Dealer in general merchandise, drugs, groceries, hardware, dry goods, and notions....................... Alanson.........Vil. Williams, Clark E.... Proprietor of New Oden House; fine flowing wells, excellent fishing, boats, and guides obtainable. This house has been enlarged and newly furnished, and every attention will be given to comfort of guests; longdistance telephone in the house; rates on application............. Oden..........Vil.

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