James Brack Sears
Mr. J. B. Sears, who suffered stroke or paralysis more than a year ago and who has been an invalid since, died at his home here Thursday. He came to this county with bis fam ily from Nicholas county twenty-two twenty-two twenty-two years ago. Besides his wife, who was Miss Lizzie Coy before her marriage, he leaves two sons, William, and Ed Sears; two daughters, Mrs. Archie At kins, of Stanford, and Mrs. 8am Johnson; one brother, Mr. J. A. Sears. and a sister. Mrs. W. C. Coy.. The de ceased was 75 years old and a member member of the Christian church, and a hard working man. After short funeral funeral services at the home the remains remains wfcre laid to rest in the McCor-mack McCor-mack McCor-mack church burying ground, . Those attending the funeral and.burial from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Mar tin Lawson and daughter, Mr. John daughters, Beech Grove. Ind.; Mr. daughters. Beech Grove. .Ind.; Mr. and Mis. W. D. Tillet, Lancaster.