and on uii- being | repeatedly him was return E. A. making plead j for Funk him of have to do the al allowed months the had of that of I that J o u t ' so still PHYSICIAN AT FAIRMONT DE'AD DR. S. F. ASHBY. Br. She-rman F. Ashby died 26, at Fairmont, wheie he had practiced medicine for thirty-nine years. He was born September 10, 1865, Carroll county, Illinois, and came Nebraska a year after his graduation trom the Hahenemann medical college at Chicago in 1885. In 1897 was made head physician for the Modern Woodmen of America in Nebraska and Wyoming and local physician for the Burlington. He served as major Jpf Fairmont and -for years was city physician and a member of the school board and active in the improvement of Gej- tral park. He was prominent in Masonic fraternity, the Modern Woodmen, and the Ancient Order United Workmen. Dr. Ashby was married in 1890 to Nellie R. of Wisconsin; and they had two-:children, a daughter Ruth, now Mrs. Geesen of Seward, and a Son 1 John S., an alumus of Rush medical college. Dr. Ashby's health broke in 1917 and he failed gradually until within a few days, of his fifty-ninth birthday. Interment was at the old home in Mt. Carroll, 111. In his almost forty "years in Nebraska, Dr. Ashby built up an extensive and was prominent in the American Institute and Nebraska Homeopathic Medical society. His funeral a* Fairmont. 1 conducted by the orders, was one of the- largest held in the town.