il-miii another world w hen the Lord shall H-f H-f H-f to call him. Harmon Warrum, though decea-ed. decea-ed. decea-ed. for many vears. -eem- -eem- -eem- to have been an enterprising enterprising and much respected citien. He tl rt came to I'.lue river in ltvJo, and cn- cn- tered land in Im'1: vv:is called upon by the State to help prefect and guard thV Solo- A'il-liaiB er-rels, Me- Mver-. white- white- who w ere arrested near Fall creek for the murder of the Indians iu what is known as the "'Fall ( reek Mas-acre." Mas-acre." Mas-acre." Soon after their trial, and w hen peace, in a mea-ure, mea-ure, mea-ure, wa- wa- re-tored re-tored re-tored among the Indians, by the execution of three or more of the prisoners, a gri-t-mill gri-t-mill gri-t-mill gri-t-mill gri-t-mill was erected on Fall creek, to the great joy of the citien. of Hancock couoty. for then thuir di-tam di-tam di-tam e to a mill w'.:iS( .shortened by hall'. Mr. Warrum was the first to undertake thi-haardo thi-haardo thi-haardo us and pwrilsus journey. In making preparations for starting he formed, with the fore wheel-of wheel-of wheel-of a wagon and slab- slab- hewed thin from an ash tree, a cait. Throwing upon this hi, own earn. John -born". -born". .eorge Povv oil".-and oil".-and oil".-and Salomon Tyner's, pionty of provi-ioni. provi-ioni. provi-ioni. hi- hi- gun. am m u nit ion and ax, he coked his i oxen toil. a.,,!, taking his dog. started one ' ti ne morning on I, is ju iney . He had. in r- many places tocut his way through; was gone ,.earl v a w .-ek. .-ek. .-ek. bringing back with h hu four deer, a ha If th ,eu fox and ! f -tore kins. toother with a number of turkeys, He moved from hi, place on I'.Iue riv er to a farm in Jackson towti-hip. towti-hip. towti-hip. and from there to enter ton-hii, ton-hii, ton-hii, w here he die in 1Si'i7. aged S.' years, leaving a family and a large circle of friend- friend- to mourn bi- bi- .-epieui!..-,-.