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Willard Perry was not strong physically and consequently was not able to make much impression. Deloss M. Quiggle located on this section, and left early. McDougall, on section 23, is one of Osceola county's most thrifty farmers.
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David J. Spencer sold early and the last known of him he was janitor of a building in Sioux City. Lymon Garman did not remain long. Wallace A.
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