If the consideration is in part apportioned and in part entire, the contract is entire.1 A contract which recites a consideration of one dollar, and which provides that A shall acquire certain interests in different tracts of land with money which is to be furnished by A and B, is regarded as severable, so that it may be enforced as to one of the tracts although it can not be enforced as to the other.2 A contract by a county to sell four hundred and twelve acres of land at one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, and to release the rest of its swamp land claim, is entire.3