Hall, Henry F., farmer, Sec. 9; P.O. Garrison.
Hamilton, R., far., S. 8; P.O. Garrison.
Hanna, A.H., far., S. 21; P.O. Vinton.
Hilke, C., far., S. 30; P.O. Garrison.
Hoke, G., far., Sec. 29; P.O. Blairstown.
Hunt, J.S., far., Sec. 6; P.O. Garrison.
Hunt, O., far., Sec. 36; P.O. Blairstown.
Hussey, B.F., far., S. 29; P.O. Blairstown.
Illian, Charles, farmer, Sec. 28; P.O. Vinton.
Jacobs, J.P., (of J.P. Jacobs & Son), farmer and stock raiser, Sec. 29; P.O. Garrison; was born in Dover, N.H., Dec. 25, 1821; came to this county in March, 1865; has 160 acres of land, valued at $5,000. Has held the office of Town Trustee for seven years. Belongs to the Friends' Church. For the first wife, married Mariah W. Clow; she was born in Brunswick, Me., by her he had four children-Mary S., I. Orland, Anna M. and Abbie S. For his second wife, married Naoma A. Elliott; she was born in Brunswick, Me., Nov. 5, 1828. Mrs. Jacobs was married to J. Smith, by whom she had three children-James W., Nellie M. and Katie A. Emigrated from New Hampshire to Maine, where he spent the greater part of his life; thence to Muscatine Co., Iowa, in 1863; lived there until he came to Benton Co., where he has followed farming and fine stock raising. Mr. Jacobs has on hand fifteen head of full-blooded Jerseys; had an offer for the herd of $100 per head; has cows valued at $200; also has some full-blooded Poland-China pigs, which he has demand for all over the Northwest. Any one wanting good stock, will do well to call on him. Can give pedigree of his whole herd, which consists of and can be found on A.J. Herd's book: Lady Annie, No. 1055; Jersey Bell, No. 1021; Lizzie, No. 1485; Rose of Sharon, No. 1483; Maud, No. 1484; Sylvia, No. 2385; Fawn, No. 2746; Lady Alice, No. 1054; Macon, No. 1043. Has some of the best Jerseys in the State for size and blood.
Kipp, J.M., far., S. 17; P.O. Garrison.
Kline, J., far., S. 8; P.O. Garrison.
Knaack, H., far., S. 28; P.O. Vinton.
Knaack, J., far., S. 28; P.O. Vinton.
Krohuke, J.M., far., S. 31; P.O. Garrison.