Clipped From The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune
BILL FILED FOR COLLECTION WITH JUSTICE OF PEACE It Was Found Among Some Old Papers Of Squire (Samuel) Pepper. Mrs. Marsh Moss found among some old papers of Squire (Samuel) Pepper, who was justice of the peace in Jackson township, an old bill that had been filed with him for collection. It reads: (name omitted) Nov. 15 A. D. 1863 Dr. to work To felling one wagon wheel $83.00 two axel trees 1.25 each 2.50 Tongue . 1.25 coupling poal .50 Two pairs haums each 50c . 1.00 sand board .50 double trees 30c neck yoak 25 .5?"* slider 15 two standards 12Vi each .tu 89.70 (name omitted) Ihe Iowa tribe of Indian used to* have a village 'near the old Craig;.* farm above Honey Creek.