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who assembled Simmons, h e r authorities sandwiches placed revealed. to at scald- him. Elizabeth's Resident of Near Alhambra Expires at His Home on Tuesday Afternoon. John Mollot, 'prominent Tanner the vicinity oÂ£ Alhambra died at home three miles east of that city, Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Death followed an illness of nearly year. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday a f t e r n o o n at at the Grantfork Evangelical Church. Rev. Malkemaus pastor of that church will have charge. Burial^will bo made in the Grantfork cemetery. Mr. Mollct was born In Old !ey, March 31, 1871. At the time his death he was aged 60 years, months and 23 days. His parents were the.lnte Mr. and Mrs, Benedict Mollet. Mr. Mollet was united in marriage with Katherine Landolt Jan. 29, 189G. He has resided on same farm since the time of his marriage and has lived in that vicinity all his life. " Besides his widow lie Is survived by one son, Wilbur J. Mollet, a brother, Herman Mollet, St. Louis, sister, Mrs, Eniuia Zobrlst of Pocahontas.