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WHITESIDE COUNTY.

One-half Appraised

value $ 1,305.11

653.90 808.25

964.25 1,815.25

126.50 411.80 358.20

1,936.32

40.00 1,597.50 1,779.40

37.50 258.24

215.00 3,830.00 1,310.05

877.30 127.00 239.25 639.50

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Name

Address Cattle Hogs Sheep Swan Anderson

Tampico 41 71 Clarence Ardapple

Morrison 13 62 W. Bates ...

.Fulton 25 39 Ren Belema

Fulton 35 27 Fred Beswick

Morrison 71 71 Eppa Boerema

.Fulton 3 8 Richard Bell...

Fulton 11 18
J. J. Bristle

Union Grove 13 6
S. D. Collins..
Sterling (Supt. to Farm)

49

67 W. H. Conner

Morrison 1 Mrs. John Cooney Deer Grove

73 J. F. Cooney

Tampico 43 76 Ed. Cunningham

. Tampico 2 Ed Cunningham

. Tampico 5 9 Frank Cunningham .Tampico 8 Hiram Damhoff

Fulton 88 145 John Dawson

Deer Grove 39 Chas. Detra

. Morrison 20 50 Daniel Donahue

. Tampico 10 14 Walter Elmendorf

Tampico ry A. J. Entwhistle

Morrison

28 J. J. Entwhistle & Son ... Morrison Farm No. 1

103

100 J. J. Entwhistle Morrison Farm No. 2

32

1 J. H. Gaffey

Rock Falls 18

50 J. P. Glassburn

. Tampico 21 B. E. Goodenough

Morrison

74 Fred Gerken

..Sterling 29 71 J. G. Green

. Morrison 37 22 Henry Haberer

Morrison 17 Ben L. Hammer

Morrison 22 18 Charles Hammer

Morrison 39 27 Roy Hammer

Morrison 22 170 J. M. Hanna

Coleta 28 39 Mrs. Jake Hein

Tampico

2 R. M. Hellier

5,529.77

594.75 602.75

530.50 3,745.75 1,229.60 1,118.50

427.00

772.20 1,192.50 1,346.60 963.50

60.00 886.14 1,461.59 3,584.30

Tampico 29 Walter Hoff.

.. Albany 23 13 E. Houseman

Morrison 53 168 George Houzinga

.. Fenton 13 1 Garrett Huizenga

. Fenton 6 Geo. Humphrey

. Morrison 22 ✓ Geo. J. Ingwerson

... Fulton 50 187 Christ M. Jenson

Morrison 46

73 Ed Knalsen

. Morrison 16 10 R. C. Knox

. Morrison 31 6 W. Kuehl

Morrison 24 9

367.25 153.75

608.25 3,921.87 1,363.00

508.66 964.75 630.50

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WHITESIDE COUNTY –Concluded.

Name Address

F. M. La Due . . . . . . . . . Prophetstown Arian Landheer . . . . . . . . . . . . Sterling W. G. Lawrence . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fulton James Leahy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tampico Arlie Love . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tampico P. J. McCabe . . . . . . . . . . . Deer Grove J. Y. McCall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erie A. S. McCulloh . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison E. W. McDearmon . . . . . . . . Morrison Mammen Brothers . . . . . . . . . Morrison J. Grier Miller . . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison Ed Meyerhoff ... . . . . . . . . . . Morrison A. C. Olson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison F. R. Overholser . . . . . . . . . . . . Coleta Patterson Bros. . . . . . . . . Union Grove Gus Peterson . . . . . . . . . . . Deer Grove E. W. Potts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coleta Potter & Knox . . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison Anson Rhine . . . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison H. J. Russell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tampico John Schauff . . . . . . . . . . . Deer Grove Fred S. Schriner . . . . . . . . . . . . . Coleta C. F. Senior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Albany N. K. Senior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Albany Lester Sherer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Albany W. J. & L. B. Shoup . . . . . . . . Sterling John P. Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fulton A. F. Stalcup . . . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison D. W. Steiner . . . . . . . . . . Dnion Grove H. Stralow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison Frank Van Zuider . . . . . . . . . . . Fulton Abe Walber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sterling D. A. Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Erio F. E. Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fenton L. J. Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fenton Paul F. Wilson . . . . . . . . . . . Morrison William Workman . . . . . . . . . Morrison

WILL COUNTY.

Geo. W. Alderman . . . . . . . . . Lockport J. F. Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . Plainfield Anderson Bros. Plainfield, Farm No. 1 Anderson Bros. Plainfield, Farm No. 2 John C. Baker . . . . . . . . . . . Manhattan

One-half Appraised Cattle Hogs Sheep value 31 81 $ 2,047.25 32 8 710.20 22 95 919.67 31 59 979.40 11 99 779.75 12 15 378.30 5 . . . . 187.50 8 9 3.18.00 15 14 562.50 43 24 1,446.95 31 8 733.00 1 . . . . 30.00 48 77 1,646.25 30 23 858.00 29 63 1,130.60 12 21 477.00 22 41 886.30 45 152 2,296.30 19 29 503.25 45 . . . . 1,494.61 34 36 920.75 20 S2 897.25 30 . . . . 658.70 59 . . . . 1,074.28 15 . . . . 358.75 33 28 1,139.75 33 62 1,365.32 49 76 1,881.50 16. 28 57.1.29 44 47 1,362.02 7 . . . . 180.00 32 56 2,167.00 13 . . . . . . . . 293.75 18 53 12 674.95 31 56 . . . . 1,527.80 26 68 1,082.55 83 52 2,976.75 2380 3269 12 $89,411.04 92 30 $ 2,587.89 4 1 110.37 - - - - 32 82.78 53 . . . . ... 1,593.38 127 35 1 9,597.50

WILL COUNTY-Concluded.

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Name
Mrs. Anna Barnes
John B. Clow
Thomas Clow
Arthur F. Craymer
Harry R. Dowell
Joseph Dranden
Wallace Ferguson
Homer B. Grommon
Fred Lauterbach
G. T. Nail ...
Jno. W. Paterson
W. D. Patterson
Clayton & Amos Smith
F. W. Stewart
Harry Storm
C. H. Warning
Frank Wilson

Address Cattle Hogs Sheep

.. Steger 1
Plainfield

74
.Plainfield 42 157
Wilmington 53 43
Wilmington 14 2

Plainfield 14 24 9
. Plainfield 6 64 3
.Plainfield

74 78 . Plainfield 27 29 Wilmington 27 13 .. Plainfield 44

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3 . Plainfield 49 30

67 .. Plainfield 29 65 .New Lenox 43 14

Frankfort 74 50 . Plainfield 8 20

One-half Appraised

value $ 31.00

2,819.12 2,535.18 1,372.75

430.50 711.43

524.60 5,246.28 1,194.72

894.25 1,931.75 2,262.58 1,414.00 1,553.25 2,322.00 2,884.18

375.00

.... Plainfield

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$ 6,001.62 Recapitulation : Cattle, 23,880; hogs, 32,847; sheep, 1,232. Number animals, 57,959; one-half approximate valuation, $975,563.48.

§ 2. The Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby authorized and directed upon presentation of proper vouchers approved by the Governor, to issue his warrants upon the State treasury for the aforesaid sums of money, payable to the said respective parties for the several sums as indicated in section one (1) of this Act to each respective claimant or to his or their respective legal representatives and the State Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to pay the same out of any money in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated.

$ 3. WHEREAS, An emergency exists; therefore, this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.

Springfield, Illinois, March 16, 1915. We, the undersigned, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete list of the number of the animals slaughtered within the State of Illinois on account of foot-and-mouth disease under the direction of the State and Federal authorities, together with a statement of

fifty per cent (50%) of the appraised valuation placed thereon, and the names of the several owners. This information is now on file in and forms a part of the records of the offices of the United States Bureau of Animal Industry and the Illinois State Board of Live Stock Commissioners. S. E. BENNETT, per O. E. D., Inspector in Charge United States Bureau of Animal Industry.

B. J. SHANLEY, per O. E. D., O. E. Dyson
Chairman State Board of Live State Veterinarian, State
Stock Commissioners. of Illinois.
C. A. Low ERY,

Secretary State Board of Live
Stock Commissioners.
APPROVED May 20th, 1915.

RELIEF–FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE, CLAIMS (2). Preamble. § 2. How drawn.

§ 1. Appropriates $104,609.17 to persons named for $ 3. Emergency.
payment of 50 per cent losses incurred on
account of foot and mouth disease, veterin-
ary services, etc.

(House Bill No. 885. Approved JUNE 29, 1915.)

AN ACT to provide for the payment of fifty per cent of the erpense, costs and charges for burying, disinfecting premises, disinfectants, serum, certain claims for animals slaughtered, and assistant veterinarians' services, paid out and provided on account of the slaughter of live stock to suppress the foot-and-mouth disease, and to make an appropriation therefor. WHEREAs, A contagious and infectious disease known as foot-andmouth disease, to which cattle, sheep, other ruminants and swine are highly susceptible, has been prevalent in Illinois (as well as many other States) since November 1, 1914, and WHEREAs, The fact has been determined that the only effective means of eradicating said disease is by the slaughter of all animals affected with or known to have been exposed to the contagion thereof, and WHEREAs, In order to protect the live stock interests within the State as well as those of the country at large, many residents of the State have been compelled to subject cattle, sheep, and swine to slaughter in order to facilitate the complete eradication of foot-and-mouth disease within the State, and WHEREAs, In the eradication of said disease it became necessary to bury live stock, disinfect the premises where such disease occurred and other places, purchase and procure disinfectants, and to procure and have the services of veterinarians and to incur other expenses and charges in that behalf, and WHEREAs, The United States Government has paid or provided for the payment of fifty per cent of the losses sustained on account of the slaughter of such live stock and fifty per cent of a large number of claims for burying, disinfecting, disinfectants and veterinarians’ services, as aforesaid, and it is just and equitable that the State should

contribute a like amount to the payment of such claims, and that in certain cases the State should pay the full amount of costs and charges as hereinafter set forth, therefore

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General Assembly: That the sum of one hundred fourteen thousand, three hundred ninety seven and 83/100 dollars ($114,397.83), ($104,609.17] or so much thereof as shall be necessary, be, and the same is hereby appropriated out of any funds in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, to reimburse and pay one-half of the costs, charges and expenses incurred for burying live stock, disinfecting premises, and other property, and for property necessarily destroyed other than live stock, except as hereinafter set forth, in the eradication of said disease; for disinfectants and for veterinarians' services, and the full amount of certain claims for expenses necessarily incurred by the State of Illinois, as hereinafter set forth, for the suppression of the foot-and-mouth disease, in accordance with the report of the State Board of Live Stock Commissioners of the State of Illinois and the Bureau of Animal Industry of the United States, presented herewith to the following named persons in the several and respective sums as hereinafter stated, to-wit:

EXPENSE OF BURIAL OF ANIMALS DESTROYED ON ACCOUNT OF FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS.

The following amounts have been paid by the U. S. Department of Agriculture, which is 50% of the total amounts, leaving equal amounts to be paid by the State of Illinois:

Amount to be Paid

by State of By Whom Buried. Address. Owner of Herd Buried. Illinois. To W. H. Oller of Mendon Ills.......W. H. Oller

21.32 To C. W. Wright of Mendon, Ills.. ...C. W. Wright

29.85 To C. E. Johnson of Capron, Ills..... Thomas Hansen and

C. E. Johnson herds 25.00 To Swan Anderson of Tampico, Ills.. Swan Anderson

36.00 To J. W. Andris of Princeton, Ills...J. W. Andris

40.50 To F. E. Beatty of La Moille, Ills....F. E. Beatty

54.68 To Anna M. Becker of La Moille, Ills.. Anna M. Becker

20.00 To George Billhorn of La Moille, Ills.. George Billhorn

52.80 To J. M. Exner of Princeton, Ills....J. M. Exner

14.15 To A. L. Fields of La Moille, Ills.....A. L. Fields

33.00 To C. C. Hopps of La Moille, Ills....C. C. Hopps

29.93 To Alfred Johnson of Wyanet, Ills.... Alfred Johnson

48.69 To A. W. Love of Tampico, Ills...... Arlie Love

21.60 To C. F. Matson of La Moille, Ills.... Chas. Matson

87.38 To Marian Matson of Princeton, Ills.. Marian Matson

38.63 To W. H. Neill of Arlington, Ills..... W. H. Neill, Joe Fahl

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