Section 1. Incorporation
The inhabitants of the Town of Hartly within the limits and boundaries hereinafter described in Section 2 of this Charter, as the same may from time to time hereafter be revised, shall be and constitute a body politic and corporate in law and equity, and shall be known and identified as the “Town of Hartly.”
Section 2. Town Limits
The bounds and limits of the Town of Hartly are hereby established and declared to be as follows:
Beginning at a Point where the centre of Main Street and the centre of Hayes’ Lane intersect, and running in a Northerly direction two hundred feet to a stake on the lands of Frank Rehak, late of W.D. Hawkins; thence in a Westerly direction to a point two hundred feet East from the centre of the road running from Hartly to Kenton; thence in a Northerly direction, keeping at a distance of two hundred feet Easterly from the centre of said last mentioned road, to the centre of said ditch, through the centre of Farrow’s Bridge to a stake in Perry’s field, two hundred feet West of said bridge; thence in a Southerly direction, keeping at a distance of two hundred feet Westerly from the centre of said road running from Hartly to Kenton and the Templeville road, to the fence at the School House grounds; thence in an Easterly direction, and crossing said last mentioned road, a distance of four hundred feet; thence in a Northerly direction to Schweitzer’s land, formerly Scotten’s land; thence in an Easterly direction, keeping at a distance of two hundred feet Southerly from the centre of Main Street, to the centre of Hayes’ Lane; and thence thereby Northerly two hundred feet to the place of beginning.
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