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ROUTE No. 47.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 10 between Seymour and Champaign and extending in a northerly direction to the Wisconsin State Line, affording Gibson City, Sibley, Forrest, (with a suitable connection to Emington), Dwight, Morris, Yorkville, Elburn, Huntley, Woodstock, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 48.

Beginning at Onarga and extending in a southwesterly direction to Litchfield, affording Onarga, Ridgeville, Thawville, Roberts, Melvin, Gibson City, Belleflower, Farmer City, Weldon, Cisco, Argenta, Oreana, Decatur, Blue Mound, Stonington, Taylorville, Clarksdale. Palmer, Morrisonville, Raymond, Litchfield, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 49.

Beginning at a point at Willow Hill and extending in a northerly direction to the southerly city limits of Chicago, affording Yale, Casey, Westfield, Kansas, Brocton, Homer, Ogden, Rankin, Cissna Park, Crescent City, Kankakee, Peotone, Monee, Harvey, Chicago, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 50.

Beginning at Monee and extending in a northerly direction to the southerly city limits of Chicago, affording Monee, Oak Forest, Oak Lawn and Chicago, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 51.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 44 east of Wilton Center and extending in a northerly direction to Justice affording Andres, Frankfort, Orland, Palos Park, Justice and the intervening communities. reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 52.

Beginning at the Indiana State Line east of Chicago Heights and extending in a northwesterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 54 at Archer Avenue affording Glenwood, Phoenix, Harvey, North Harvey, Blue Island and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 53.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 22 at or near Half Day and extending in a southerly and easterly direction to the Indiana State line near West Hammond affording Palatine, Glen Ellyn, Lisle (run

ning over Route No. 4 from a point south of Lisle to a point west of Lockport), Lockport, Oak Forest, Harvey, West Hammond and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 54.

Beginning at the westerly city limits of Chicago on North Avenue and extending in a westerly and southerly direction to a connection with 111th Street and Archer Avenue affording Chicago, Elmhurst. Hinsdale and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 55.

Beginning at the westerly city limits of Chicago on 22d Street and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 54.

ROUTE NO. 56.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 6 south of Elmhurst and extending in a northeasterly direction to Maywood.

ROUTE NO. 57.

Beginning at the northerly city limits of Chicago in Tessville and extending in a northerly direction to Highland Park affording Tessville, Niles Center, Northfield, Highland Park and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 58.

Beginning at Elgin and extending in an easterly direction to Evanston affording Elgin, Mount Prospect, Evanston and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 59.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 69 south of Plainfield and extending in a northerly direction to Antioch affording Plainfield, West Chicago, Barrington, Wauconda, Ingleside, Antioch and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 59A.

Beginning at Volo and extending in a southeasterly direction to Lake Forest, affording Volo, Ivanhoe, Diamond Lake, Lake Forest and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 60.

Beginning at the Wisconsin State Line north of Richmond and extending in a southeasterly direction to the northerly city limits of Chicago, affording Richmond, Ingleside, Wauconda (running over Route

59 between Ingleside and Wauconda) Lake Zurich, Park Ridge and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 61.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 19 north of Algonquin and extending in a northerly direction to a connection with Route No. 60 south of Richmond affording McHenry, Richmond and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 62.

Beginning at Algonquin and extending in a southeasterly direction to the westerly city limits of Chicago affording Algonquin, Des Plaines, Riverview, Chicago and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 63.

Beginning at Barrington and extending in a southerly direction to the westerly city limits of Chicago affording Barrington, Dundee, Orchard Place, Chicago and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 64.

Beginning at Sycamore and extending in an easterly direction to Maywood affording Sycamore, Lily Lake, St. Charles, Lombard, Elmhurst, Maywood and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 65.

Beginning at Oswego and extending in a northeasterly direction to Naperville.

ROUTE No. 66.

Beginning at Yorkville and extending in an easterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 4 at a point northwest of Lemont affording Yorkville, Plainfield and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 67.

Beginning at Marengo and extending in a northeasterly direction to Woodstock.

ROUTE No. 68.

Beginning at a point approximately two miles west of Lake Bluff and extending in a northerly direction to the Wisconsin State Line.

ROUTE No. 69.

Beginning at Joliet, and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 2 at a point west of Troy Grove afford

ing Joliet, Lisbon, Serena, Troy Grove and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 70.

Beginning at Mendota and extending in a northerly direction to Durand affording Mendota, Compton, Rochelle, Rockford, Durand and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other. ROUTE NO. 70A.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 17, east of Streator, and extending in a northeasterly direction to an intersection with Route No. 7, affording Ransom, Seneca, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 71.

Beginning at Aurora and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 70 affording Aurora, Sugar Grove, Big Rock, Hinckley, Waterman, Shabbona and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 72.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 5 near Sunset and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 27 near Lanark affording Sunset, Genoa, Monroe Center, Byron, Leaf River, Forreston, Lanark, and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 73.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 27 near Lanark and extending in a northerly direction to the Wisconsin State Line, affording Lanark, Pearl City, Lena, Winslow and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 74.

Beginning at Freeport and extending in a northerly direction to the Wisconsin State Line, affording Freeport, Cedarville, Orangeville and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 75.

Beginning at Freeport and extending in a northeasterly direction to Rockton affording Freeport, Dakota, Rock City, Davis, Rockton and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 76.

Beginning at Belvidere and extending in a northerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 173.

ROUTE NO. 77.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 70 east of Kings and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 27 near Brookville affording Kings, Oregon, Mt. Morris, Brookville and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 78.

Beginning at the Wisconsin State Line north of Stockton and extending in a general southerly direction to Jacksonville, running along Route No. 40 between Stockton and Mt. Carroll, running along Route No. 3 between Morrison and Prophetstown, running along Route No. 30 between Kewanee and a point west of Toulon, running along a part of Route No. 31 south of Canton, and affording Warren, Stockton, Mt. Carroll, Morrison, Prophetstown, Hooppole, Annawan, Kewanee, West Jersey, Laura, Elmwood, Farmington, Canton, Havana, Bath, Chandlerville, Virginia, Jacksonville and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE NO. 79.

Beginning at East Dubuque and extending in a northerly direc tion to the Wisconsin State Line.

ROUTE No. 80.

Beginning at the Wisconsin State Line north of Galena and extending in a southerly direction to Galesburg affording Galena, Savanna, Fulton, Albany, Port Byron, East Moline, Moline, Coal Valley, Orion, Galesburg and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 81.

Beginning at Kewanee and extending in a westerly direction to an intersection with Route No. 80 at or near Lynn Center west of Cambridge affording Kewanee, Cambridge, Andover and Lynn Center (with suitable connection from said Route No. 81 to Osco) and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

ROUTE No. 82.

Beginning at a point on Route No. 83 south of Cambridge and extending in a northerly and northeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 78, two (2) miles north of Hooppole, (with suitable connection from a point directly north of Atkinson, south to Atkinson), running along Route No. 78 to Prophetstown, thence east to a point on Route No. 88 east of Prophetstown, affording (with suitable connection to Bishop Hill) Cambridge, Geneseo, Prophetstown (with suitable connection to Tampico) and the intervening communities reasonable connections with each other.

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