WILLIAM £. MEADDOWS BRAZIL, Ind.. Aug. 7.—(Special.)— Services for William E. Meaddows, 8! years old, who died Saturday night a the Clay County Hospital, will be at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at th< Miller and Sons Funeral Home. The Rev. Irvin King will officiate and burial will be in Cottage Hill Ceme tery. He was a former blacksmith and teamster, and was a member of the Baptist Church here. Surviving are the widow, Lula; a daughter, Mrs. Homer Warpenburg of Brazil; three sons Lawrence and Arthur Meaddows, bott of Brazil, and James R. Meaddows o Sun Valley. Cal.; a stepdaughter. Mrs Frank Guesa of Harrisburg, . daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Hillenbur] of Brazil; a sister, Mrs. Joe Tramme of Maiden, Mo.; 20 grandchildren: 40 great-grandchildren and two great great-grandchildren. Friends may cal after 4 o'clock Tuesday evening.