The Malvern Leader from Malvern, Iowa on April 20, 1933 · Page 6
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THE MALVtRN HALVE**, tOWA, Attttt M, tlSI EMERSON Mrs* Henfy Douglas Futietal Held in Thursday Life LottK Resident of East* etft Mills Cotrtify: Wai 83 Years Old Mrs. Henry Douglas, for more than sixty years a resident of eastern Mills county, passed away at her home in Emerson Tuesday afternoon, April 11, after an illness of some two weeks. Funeral services were held In the Methodist church In Emerson Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock conducted by the pastor, Rev. L. E. Rpiley, and was attended by a large concourse of sorrowing friends and relatives. A special choir, R. L. Fields and Kenneth Shaw and Mrs. Marlon Lang and Mrs. E. E. Whls- ler, sang. The flowers were beautiful and profuse, testifying In a measure to the love and respect of many friends. Burial was In the Emerson cemetery. The pall bearers were Scott bach, Hicks, Joe McLaln, Kochersperger. Plifftfted fey Ernefftoft Lefrioti The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday, Aprfl 13, at the home of Mrs. W. H. Cramer. Plans were made to give a carpet rag kenslngton Friday, April 28, In the Baptist church parlors. Dewey Barns of Elliott, well known mnste instructor, win give an interesting account of his recent trip around the world and exhibit his collection of articles which will be of much Interest to all. Do not forget the date. Refreshments will be served at lOc per plate. The rest of the time will be spent sewing carpet rags which will be sent to KnoxvHle for rttg weaving among the veterans there. It was then voted to plant a flower bed In cooperation with the cemetery association plans. A committee of three was appointed to represent the Auxiliary In the Better Homes project. A shower was planned for a member who Is 111 and letters read from three members who had recently been remembered with gifts during illness. Arterburn, Fred Dickers- C. D. Greenwood, H. C. I an's Relief Corp composed of Mrs Otntttaty 6&Nft Join Edwin elghty-thr**, cwbson. *t the *gea * tit his daughter, Mrs. Alfred Griffin. Sunday evening, Aprfl *, after a twelve weets fflfteti, having lived fifty-fit* yeafi on the same farm fti West townshffc, Montgomery county. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Ms daughter, in charge of Rev. WflTiam Hnntef of the Benson Presbyterian church of Omaha. The pall bearers were Fran*, Guy, and Floyd Gibson, Owen E. Fogarty, Alfred Griffin, and Alven Huntsman. Mrs. Flora Allen and Miss Pearl McLaln sang with Mrs. Jessie Cardiff at the piano. Burial was made In the Emerson cemetery. Mr. Gibson was born In Colnm- btana county, Ohio, Nov. 28, 1849, a son of John and Rebecca Glover Gibson. He was married twice. Both wives preceded him in death. His first marriage was to Amanda Jane Blackburn May 17, 1876 who died Oct. 25. 1896. His second marriage was to Mary Allen of Emerson, April 5, 1901. She died Sept. 28. 1924. He came to Montgomery county Jan. 25, 1878. He was a farm- Ffoyi ftft tt» Iowa Cfty tft restrtne Ms Studies after sjselirnt his Easter tarc*- tfon w«ft ttt mother, Mft. M*fy B. afbton. Ff8*k tttttto of near CoMr* Mil week to t*e Seofg* property v*e*ted March 1 by W. H. Holmes. m. iM Mrt. A t. Stofce* ffim Sunday wftft her parents it H*r- M*. it. w. f iy to «**• ho«* ami im of ft. B. from the I/. B. Weed from Mrt. Id* f rs»M of Ma tVerft is visfting her sfster. Mrs. L. B. Pat- HENDERSON New* of Hettdefsdfl Consolidated School The seniors have chosen their class plat, ft Is "Light House Kan," ft comedy drama in three acts. The p*rta will be assigned this week and practice begun at once. Commencement this year will be the week of May 10 and the graduating exercises will be held on that date. The program this year will include a review ot the history of the Henderson schools. A mote complete announcement later. Baccalaureate service will be May 1 and Rev. L. D. Thomas will preach the sermon. | A ^committee from the Worn- er aU hig nfe He Wfts a member ' " and Frank Luella Gilmore, Mrs. Earl Craw ford, and Mrs. Robert Groyson The Emerson Women's Relief j met at this time and plans were Corps had charge of the services I mnde for Memorial day. At the at the grave and gave the beau- j close refreshments were served by Mrs. Lois Snodgrass, Mrs. Will Snodgrnss. Mrs. H. E. Greenwood and Mrs. W. H. Cramer. tlful burial service of the order. The appended obituary given: Mary Jane Chlsholm was born March 30. 1850 near Stelnburg. Ontario, Canada, and died at her home In Emerson, April 11, 1933 at the age of eighty-three years and twelve days. In 1870 she moved to Illinois where she was united In marriage to Henry Douglas on Nov. 6, 1870. To this union were born ten children, two of whom with her husband preceded her In death, he passing away Dec. 25, 1921. They moved to Mills county, Iowa in 1871 and settled on the open prairie In Deer Creek township where they built their home five miles southwest of Emerson, Here with her husband for] years they engaged in farming. It was through the long hours of patient struggle, toil, and self-denial in those early days when th» .luxuries and modern conveniences of today were unknown that they reared their family to manhood and womanhood. God alono knows the many M. E. Choir Gave Good Easter Program The choir of the Methodist church presented "Judith," an Easter song story or cantata Sun day evening, portraying the events of Passion Week and the Resurrection morning. The setting of the stage pictured a beautiful garden, trees, flowers, grass. The costumes were brilliant and the songs and dramas given in a very realistic manner. Mrs. J. A. Thorson directed the music. Mrs. K. A. Evans was director of the drama, Miss Edith the body weary but regardless of the hours of discouragement and seeming failure she met them uncomplaining and cheerful. In the fall of 1908 they left the •farm home and moved to Emerson where since she has made her home. In 1911 she was converted and united with the Methodist Episcopal church of this community during the pastorate of W. A. Morgan and was a true, faithful member until the time of her death. She also was a member of the Woman's Relief Corps. She was a devoted wife and mother, loving her home dearly and was never happier than when she had her family around her. She leaves to mourn her departure eight children, Mrs. Amy Vestal, Mrs. Mabel Dunlap, Mrs. Annie Bell wood, Mrs. Phoebe Smith, George W., Thomas P., Ora E., and Harvie A. Douglas, all of Emerson; to grand children and 17 great grand children; two sinter* and two brothers, Bass, Smith pianist, and in charge of Lawrence stage and lighting. The Baptists joined with the Methodists in this service. The church was well filled. Emerson Teacher* Emerson teachers hare ail been elected for the ensuing year. At a meeting of the board Friday evening Miss Helen Gilbert was elected to teach In the grammar room. This completes the list. One teacher, the Domestic Science, has been eliminated. The faculty as elected is as follows: Superintendent, B, H. Paxson. High school, Clyde Ridenour and Frank J. Shaw. Grammar room, Helen Gilbert. Fifth and sixth grades, Jeaunette Carson. Third and fourth grades, Grace Dlxson. Primary. Mary Arneal. of the Champion Hill Presbyterian church. He Is survived by two sons and two daughters: Frank of Sioux Rapids, Mrs. Ella Huntsman and Guy W. of Red Oak, Mrs. Berta Griffin of Emerson, and one sister. Mrs. Rebecca Breldensteln, of Lincoln. N'ebr. Two sons and one daughter, preceded him in death: Ira B. Gibson, John M. Gibson, and Mrs. Addle Dalton. Card of Thank* We desire In this way to express our deep appreciation to our friends and neighbors for their kindness, sympathy and help at the time of the death and funeral of our beloved mother, Mrs. Mary Douglas, and for the beautiful flowers sent. The Children. Methodist Young People Hold Easter Sunrise Meeting The young people of the Meth* odlst church held an Easter sunrise prayer meeting early Sunday morning at the Dallas McGrew home. There were eighty-seven young people present from several different towns and they enjoyed a splendid service. Billy Ripley Wins First in District Contest A number of Emerson young people went to Oakland Thursday evening to attend the Sub-District Declamatory contest. Emerson had two contestants taking part — Billy Ripley in oratorical and Maxine Shaw in dramatic. Billy won first place in his class and Relief Corps Meets The Emerson Woman's Relief Corps No. 214, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, met In regular session Saturday afternoon, April 15. The president, Thursa Edie, presided. Mr B MeiUi* Guntuer. Mrs . Susie L^ w j^J^. ™* ,°L ** Reed and Hiram Chlsholm of Steinburg, Ontario, Canada, and Adam Chlsholm of Plymouth, Mich. Shed not for her the bitter tears, Nor give the heart to vain regret. 'Tis but the casket that lies here, The gem that filled it sparkles yet. LOST 40 POUNDS Oil DOCTOR'S ADVICE "I'm a user of Kruschen S»Ks as u rfHlucing reineUy nnfl c»n my they ure flue. Have lost more tlwu 40 Ibs. in the i>DSt year, Am grttaually renlDciug im my doctor «4viscs," Miss Bertha 'WnlOo, Ha, man, N. Uak. (Oct. 30, Ouce a day take Salts — one half teaspaoufur in a glass of hot water first thing every mornlug. Besides losing ugly fat SAFELY you'll gain In health, and physical attractiveness — cqiistipatioii, gaa and acidity will cease to bother-— you'll feel youugev — wore active •— full of ambition — clear skin — sparfcUug eyes. A jar that lasts i wuuks costs but a trifle at any drugstore in the world — but demand aud get Krusctteu and if oue bottle doesn't Joyfully please you — money tt dv. Corps a program under the direction of the patriotic instructor, Emma Sowers, was given. Recitation, Bluebird Song, Mable Edie. Piano solo, Marylln Cupp. Reading, Seeing Things, Cloma Edie. Reading, Respects to Flag, Doris Good. Musical selection, Easter Bells, Rev. L. E. Ripley took the boy scouts to the woods Saturday morning for a breakfast in the woods. The boys enjoyed the outing very much. Mrs. Richard Crofton spent Thursday night in Elliott with her mother, Mrs. L. L. Scott, in the home of her sister, Mrs, C. F. Barns. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Evans were Omaha visitors Thursday. Mrs. Grace Crawford and daughter. Mary, left Saturday evening for Davis, City to spend three weeks with her daughter, Mrs. L. E. Ivle. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McGrew and sons left Saturday for their home at Wllllamsburg after spending last week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGrew. They intended to stop at Ames to visit their daughter, Jean, who is attending college there. Clyde W. Hatfleld has been on the sick list the past week, Charles Reynolds of Villlsca took the position of depot agent meanwhile. Mrs. M. D. Lang and children went to Grlswold Thursday after-? noon to attend an operetta given by her sister. Miss Lenora Craw, ford, In the Griswold school, that evening, Mrs. Cressie Boelllng of Stanton came last week to take care Corliss Nelson, Ola Farrls at the piano. Salute to the Flag and furling of the Flags. This was followed by a pot luck luncheon served by the birthday committee. Several guests were invited for this occasion. Ungry, The Epwortb League from Emerson joined the Leagues from Henderson, Hastings, and Wesley Chapel in a hill top praise service at the Dallas McGrew farm north-west of town. Eighty young pep- pie eujoyed the service amd. breakfast together Easter mom- Ing. The M. E. Ladles will hold » kenslugtou a t the j r church, Thursday. April 20. Everybody In the community is cordially in* vlted- A number of people from lugs attended the faster pa, lu Emerson Sunday eveuiua of her mother, Mrs. ho was very sick Mr. and Mrs. H- M. Davis of .... „ _ _,„, Loredo, Mo, came Friday to look I ove «' the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Elvyn Galloway visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Appley and children at College Springs. Born — April 11, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Cote. Congratulations. Mrs. C. H. Amlck returned Saturday from CInrlnda where she visited friends. the past week with Orlo Harris and family visited relatives in Shenandoah Sunday. Ritha Rutledge visited over Sunday in the Art Davis home. Mrs. Jud Coppock and son, Russel, and Herman Coppock and wife and Mrs. Albert Coppock were guests Sunday for dinner in the Walt Coppock home. Boe Houser and family visited Sunday in the John Clark home. Orvil Oxford and family visited Sunday in the Salsbury home near Theynor. Dr. R. L. South and wife and daughter, Barbara, were In Red ness in Omaha Friday. Boe Houser attended a Standard Oil meeting in Red Oak Friday evening. ' ChfistiAfl Ctmfth tt«W§ the fttofram given By the Christian Endeavor last Sunday evening wa* *ett feftdefed aftd A large andleftee attended, f weirty- si* young people took active part. The day was started with a sunrise prayer meeting breakfast at the church. Sunday school and worship service, then dinner at the church. All afternoon was spent in preparation fof the evening and then with the tegular Christian Endeavor service and program the day was full. We are trying to make up a delegation of thirty for the Southwest District convention at Red Oak on April 20 and 30. The offerings of last Sunday were much more than usual so prosperity must surely be coining 'round the corner. Beginning next Sunday evening we wilt start a series ot illustrated sermons, "Know Your Bible." These slides are highly fec- ommended and deserve a good attendance. Start in with the first one and go through your Bible In ten nights. Alpha A. Wright, pastor, Altha Stockton has been quite sick at her home the past Week, CHAMPION HILL We had an attendance of sixty- four at our Easter service and were pleased to have seven cradle roll babies present. The Easter exercise put on by the A. R. C, clans and their teacher was most appropriate and enjoyed by the audience. It impressed one with the sacredness of the day and left a lasting Influence for good and all the joy that Easter brings us. We feel grateful and indebted to the ones who went to the work to prepare and render the program. Also for the appearance of the church as they met there Saturday afternoon and gave it a thorough cleaning. Mrs. 8. A. Reed who has spent three months with relatives re""Mr; redo, Mo. were overnight guests in the home of bis sister, Mrs. I Carrie McLaln, in Emerson Sat- Loft fttftftefft had M tfreff f Flofft AOe* ktsi Et#fe* Ltttfrff **^™ - - - - -*- --- - • gums Oft «t the fitoWswa ftttt* stftotot a*4 thetr sptfntfofs, Mrt. PMaon and UK Rttfetfo*?, efcjot- ed A patty at the gfrefi&ift Allen home Friday M*ht. the wit spent pTaylng gaweft and fcaf- ttg * general good time after which refreshments of fmft Jetffi and wafers was served. Annabelle Hntetrfngs visited Wanda K0*fc*»liWrfef while 11- h*rt attended the patty at the Aliens Friday night. Charley Batlatn, Mr. and Mrs. Sheti&an Allen, and tifgll Liddell were Shenandoah visitors Thursday afternoon. Wllma and Florence Cooper, Ella Kellenbarger, and Stella Bnlllngton were Red Oak shoppers Saturday afternoon. lone ChHstle and Lillian Crawford were week end guest* dt Waftda Kocherspefget. Theif home is In Hastings. Mrs. 8. A. Reed and Mrs. Koch' etsperget enjoyed dlhnet with Mrs. Llddelt and sons Tuesday. Alfred Cooper and children were Sunday dinner guests in the Walter Kellenbarger hone. The Bultingtons enjoyed a get- together and dinner at Louie Bnt- Hngtons Sunday, Audrey and Ralph Liddell drove to Oakland Tuesday. w» ttV Hst test wiSt m » iOll t*tt *. tip as I*A^A. xt inw ftnt Sunday after&6W&. ftett E*t*t« TfttHfeft ttecord of talWWBWWI ifel M the offices of the Rfcebtdef a*« Clerk o! District Court wf Mfltt County, low*, from Match if, 1988, at 8 ft. m., to March 24* 1943, at 8 a. m. (One deed, Wm. M. Estes ter: verne Bstes. oi lied trat ftot Sheriff Mills Co. to M. tJ. Befetofi et at, Trustees, (freed) $<fc 726.68. 8^4 SBU 9-78-41. Clyde MeMnrtrey to Kate MeMur- trey (W. &.) |i and Love and Affection, tftd. half Int. la §0 acres in 2-71-40. Albert L; Clites to Deah W. Me- Claitt (W. t).) 110,000. 80 acres tft 1MU40. Carl 8. foster, Rec., to Equitable Life tns. Co. (Rec. Deed) Land in Se& 2? and 28-72-41, Carl 8. Foster. Rec., to Metropoll' tan Life tns. Co. (Rec. Deed) $75 Land In 11 and 16-71-41. It's got to be good to b« advertised. COUNTY BOARD PROCEEDINGS OFFICE OF THE COUNTY AttDlTOR Mills County, Qlenwood, loWa, April 8, 1988. On this the 3rd day of April, 1938, the Board of Supervisors met in regular session with all members present and acting. The following claims were allowed: W. B. Agan, supervisor—County Fund _>»^_«_.».——.-$ Haldon C, Altekruse, assisting clerk of court—Court Expense Fund —... —»«.-...»*.»—_-__ B. E. Bayes, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund —.... Guy Breeding, supervisor—County Fund ...—...—... John Conkel, serving notice—Construction Fund ....... Rex Davis, transportation—Poor Fund ......i^........ C. A. Flinn, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund ..—... Lewis Fisher, wolf bounty—County Fund ......—...... Wm. D. Green, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund _-.:_John Harris, hauling trash—County Fund .... ——. I. F. M. C., care of inmates—Poor Fund ....... .... O. R. Hyde, supervisor'—County Fund .........—.... Otto Judkins, Co. Treas., jurors' certificates—Court Expense Fund ... _.-__...-.-.___• 499.46 Otto Jndklns, Co. Treas., gopher bounty—County Fund .. 81.10 Mrs. J. B. King, matron old ladles' home—Poor Fund ... 10.00 Chas. R. Linn, court reporter—Court Expense Fund —... 94.76 Howard Miller, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund .... 10,60 R. H. Mayberry, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund ... 18.90 Dave Murray, wolf bounty—County Fund ............... 10.00 L. O. Peterson, provisions—Poor Fund _.-—_—_._...-_ 8.00 Geneva Reasoner, assisting recorder—County Fund —.— 10.50 Railway Express Agency, express—County Fund ' ,80 N. C. Reasoner, bailiff—Court Expense Fund _.—..._.. 28.00<1 R. W. Rhoades, P. M., stamps—County Fund .......... 8.00 W. W. Stacy, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund ...... - 6.10 • 28.60 60.76 8,60 82.00 .70 26.00 7.30 10.00 3.80 1.60 82,10 81.12 John Wright, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund —.. 12,20\ Claude E. Wilson, listing dogs—Domestic Animal Fund .. . J.7,< K, A. Baker, provisions—poor Fund , Henry Boyer, provisions—Poor Fund Walter Co»4,,fuel—Poor Fund ' " R. L. Farrington had business i u , y> , Tbey Tlslte( l ot her rela in Council Bluffs Friday. The executive committee for the Henderson alumni met Thursday evening to appoint committees for the annual alumni meeting. Mr. McKee and family moved Into the Ed Brown house last week. Mr. McKee has employment on the section work. Pauline Moore of Macedonia was a guest Sunday in the Pearl Mercer home. Dr. R. L. South enjoyed a visit Sunday with his parents from Massena. The Christian Ladies' Aid held a food sale Saturday in the Coleman store. A neat sum was made. A. O, Harney and wife of Omaha were visitors In town awhile Sunday afternoon. Margaret Harbor who has been visiting in their home returned home that day, Mr, and Mrs. Beevis Sowers and Mr. and Mrs. Art Pbelps were visitors in Bed Oak Sunday afternoon, Pr. P. j. Sbejstpn, the district superintendent of the Council Bluffs district, will have charge of the services at the M E church next .Sunday evening. Everyone is cordially Invited to these services, Joe Koester end family of j lives In Emerson. Sunday morn- [ing Mr. and Mrs. John Parker visited them a little while at the Henry Schtck home. Mr, and Mrs. John James and children. Carl, Loren, Carrie, and Marjorie, visited their son and brother, Glen, near Nortbboro, Raymond Bulllngton of Goodland. Kan. arrived last week and is visiting relatives In this vicinity, The Haldeman girls are convalescing from meales. They were able to sit up Sunday. Arlene who was sick first, Is able to be around now. We were glad to have Glen Kellenbargers present at our services Easter. It was Grace Ruth's first attendance, Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Bishop and children, Earl, Porls, Martin, and George, visited Carl Anderson's near Wesley Chapel Sun» Mrs. Bertha KeJlenbarger vis. Bmma H * n,. Sarah Clites, in Emerson Thar* day afternoon, Art Fraziers vjsited Mrs. Fra* zler's sister, Mrs, Joe Burden, and family Sunday, Fred Wopdens were guests in the same home, after business affairs and visit bis sisters. Mrs. Carrie McLain and Mrs. Henry Schick. Miss Winnifred HatBeld came home the last of the week from DBS Moines to spend a few days Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hatfleld. Miss Winnifred is a student in Prake University. Miss Marjorie Priggs of Omaha spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and «Jw- 0. W. Briggg. Miss Marjorie is taking a in beauty culture. Mr- and. Mrs. Raypwnd returned to their home at Has> lugs Sunday after spending the past week with, her Mrs. Haute Hawaii, A number of (be MMQOJ from EOWSOB attwiaed t*m Circle Masonic wasting at twr, Mrs. the (arm *««*• 0*4 Saturday fra» tiki fMBMMf-i U Iwwovlui w»d \» BO* M* to ttw a»w. Nf. WMt Mr. Witmyer and family of Phf w . 00<10were W«ft» Sunday to the Jim Simmonds hpme. Mrs. Witmyer was P ft uUue Simmonds before her marriage. The following youjig people were taken i n to the church the M. E. church services roT rol • v. , Kirschbaum, and M»v4 and some from Omah ft enjoyed gas, ter dinner with Pick Swfths. Art Frajiers called on the gmWhs Jn the Afternoon, n «lt sperger Boyer Thursday Dr; Edgar Christy, medical aid—Poor Fund .'.:..-....._,.__ Dr. j. M. Donelan. medical aid—Poor Fund (NotTAllowed) „,„, C, W. Davis, rent old ladles' horn e—Poor Fund ,-„_ 20.0Ol Fullerton Lumber Co., provisions—Poor Fund _„ ,_„ «,0|l E. E. Goodrich, provisions—Poor Fund ....._..._._ ' 8.6B1 Gearbart Lumber Co., fuel—Poor Fund _...._.._.„.„_ 15.66? Dr. Dean W. Harman, medical aid—Poor Fund S9,l9l Dr. McM Hancbett, medical aid—Poor Fund __. ._ 140.00" S 5 ' £...?J ne8 ' Provisions—Poor Fund —, „— 18,88 la. Chlldrens' Home, care of Chas. Long—Poor Fund „_,. 84,00^ la. Lutheran Child. Home, care of Doris Brown—Poor Fund 185,00' Edmundson Hospital, hospital services—Poor Fund ,..,, 69,77 Llnquist Grocery, provisions—Poor Fund „ „„ Gerald Lidgett, wood—Poor Fund .. ,__,. „„ Qeo. E. Masters, Trustee, aid for poor—Poor Fund .,»„. F. H. Raynor, burial expense—Poor Fund .- —*•..».Mrs. Margaret Smith, nursing—Poor Fund „-,, *-„«.„ Verner J. Scott, milk old ladies' home—Poor Fund „___„. Dr. G. M, Agan, medical aid—Poor Fund »-_..„„.„..!,,. W, B. Wheeler, drugs—Poor Fund ,..,,-».»«... r .... w . Boyer Hardware, supplies, Co, Farm—Poor Fund „„„, Citizens Power & Mgnt Co., services, Co, Farm—Poor Fond ' 4.60 2,60 4,00 89,00 10,00 6,60 3.00 3,86 .30 16,008,60, 8,70 * 9,36 18,00 46,85 7,70 l 89,06 8,00 Maintenance: Fund ':,;::^,;;.,7r^^TJil.^« 684.06' Oscar Lee, labor—Maintenance fund. ,,.„»,,,,„.„„„,,.„„„_ 80.35 5°» No. 84, March road work^MatntejjaRce F«n4 Co. Farou— Poor Fund T. J. Holllday, sharpening disc, Co, Farm^-Poor Fund ... P. G, Jamison ft Co., supplies, Co, farm—ppor Fund .,„.,. A. P, Kilraartln, farm seeds. Co, Farm—Ppor Fund „..,. Co, Earmr~Pppr Fund ».,.„„.„ Co, Farm—Poor Fund B. 0, Phillips,, _ South Side Bakery, », TO «, V w. *•»««—rwwr ^unu „„, Wm. Sleiak, provisions, Co, Farm^Poor Fund «.-,,,,. A, C, Trively, grinding feed, Co, Farm^-Poor Fund -„-, Travelers Insurance Co., Prem, on compensation J»s," p»y BO No, 67M»r rwd Fund „ Pay Bo NP, 8«, March r<»d wprfc-Molntelanw Fund I , , . Martin, mHeage^onatructiea Fu»fl ... The report of fees of tht aeunty Reorder,* 188,05846,03?, ^ ! 8 ' M: * the 69 aud , Sheriff for the quarter The aplteatUm of fun4 REfiOLVTlQN FOR JJEfiTRVPTWN Bolrd of B, Marsbi. 1983were in the mm*? tb|aj}|» sow thteUf, B maimer Wftjeh pfiffft httoyp H&royer, 1SS8 •yvs- -»• yf »T~?-I y^^vLWt* -"wwrnrw^sgs •**f»^'T»y» VOfff S«t*WHW *ui » ' Edmondson. are all in Mrs . . . , .H comes them intp, * The members gave the &AglNW*:J||ft relatives in aud Mrt, it ft Awto IRA i. VM» fiSiffi

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