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W; ^th ; 0w^y Brosj: to famish

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nwwer pi^ i^ttd Pbrtlaoi oetheot

tacrtioh'pe;

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av'Plahs"; aiid V-IHM?ihoti<m6_, .forrn

iakce what most wet

stdiib Or conoret arch oh tho' Mor

row and Mlllgrove plkO were apv

pTOV^cd "od ifcealed pro|K>sal8 will bo

Now What

sodtwtr to m soeuis

rec^ved nn March sa at 11 A. M. still and cold, bnt nay hot so. she

8. p. Henkle was ordetod to make ll\es again on a higlisr plane where


<plai of; irarveys 2
631, 154g^ ahb can saffer ho more hnd ohr epl- i Id-

i04ilf in Hatniliozl township and re- fish hearts miist hot wish her back
Yh^ nam
owners in said again whore there is so mnoh pain.

rrWi

(raihj'oya f i)r $30,

ibeen

Many tiniee it is so hard to say ;


**<3od'a will be done/' bat Ho dpeth
4Ul~ihlngs-.Whll-A<14t

too- to -see our icjved-pncs^ -saffw

imii

Bfimb^day--i-^we.r-,shaU.^-'

w'eewwk

*Ti weli W0 do not nndei^atkhdv for

Rath Elblsn^ the .bbaatlful little


foaz'teen inbntbs old daagbter of
Mr and Mrs. Sam Meredith, died at
the: family home in East Wayne

then 6od'would bo no greater than


hum te,

All is weli with little Helen

and she doeshot need onr mo arnlng

and weeping, bat she would haYe


, , 3i; of township WKl,ne8day morning and as live to. meet her again.
Nothing is sadder than a rlfied
r
her interment took place in Miami
rhoer of

jSaiooi
:sciioo

fnherai servicbs in nest and sdch the hearthstone of yers,;


H. . johorch Friday afternoon, than often hecomea. The world M pc

.nner of cemetery after

iiiliiore, the
when a Ifii^e circle of friends met cannot well judge what goes oh in

miDglblthM
With those of homes ravaged by death; what is
thohei^ybd family^ The religions most anguiahod end most sacred

Carroll, seryioee were

condaoted by Rev, thsre belongs to the domain of the

'^iJiip Troat, who read the follow.


|n^tt4bht, whicb hb^ beCh prepared

Tn^dsible and maymeifebor be judged


m*r;deiiid from withoht.

the sliders and hmthers of the arixtion is hard

iifeibwh-- ilitle;lovedpne:

ago,, a

The sep

cd" th(

only In itself 'th0"-:b3

but also in what it suggests.

But

Sang 1

i the bond of love no distance can Eno^

^nsta K. I On tlielirst day of November. 1906, iwaakOT, nor any absence destroy

AsistfirsVknd VKrbtli

little loved onei :

in i

^ests,''
itanoe

;:
of Novomber, 1906,
Rath Helen canie to the liemo of

ife 80

xvi^ tioa tpok away little Helen to

b^tfein in t^radlse.

andt 17 days.

becon

Her life was so

dca

place
iaible

^ont^

^
of love and hope, of jecstaoy
and palm
and fair, dim-

is br<
et fac

p^fod^iahAviM

; is pie

one Of fho world

brightest and

j&ppiest hdme to be loved and to


airit^he" ;iloV

-thai.-4>iTO

preoions than any 6s earth's ttoastifeii, she w.% a most lovabje "babe

ntkti whom. we lavished our love


fthdour hopes Her sweet Httle face

broagbt a ray of sonshine into every

HER BROTHERS AND SISTERS.

TOom and her baby prattle was


sweeter to our home than the music

from ApoUoV lyre. ^


- She wan dear to every member of
the family and her Imby wants
were always administered to with

I Will offer lor sale at pubHc auc


tion at my residence In Corwin.

Ohl6/^
SATURDAY, "AI?RIL 4, im,
who was flrt thought of; she was ootuinmoing at ten o'clock sharp,
willing hearts.
undone for her,

Nothing was- left


Zt was always she

8 Mc

truly a litile queen in the home in the following nrticley : hivl room
which she lived
Little Helen was set. an iron bed, 2 mattresses, 2

a fever of the bcmutiful lavishing stands, lounge, seyernl

o:

tract

rocking

her love upon the trniiest plant and chairs, dining chBir, extension ta
bild._ Hhe _wtth_ ion
out door ble, cabinet table, 2 cupbofirdrt, dlsli
life and wa so supremely happy 0S, kitchen utensils, canned fruit,
when carried from place u> place in jars, heating stove, cook stove, oil!
clothe'
the strong young arms other broth-' heat^,o^>jbfine' "stovp,"^^
era who ideaUsed ht n Throughout wringer, giirden -plow and tools,
the day she laughed Katid played, lamps, matting, carpets, rugs, tubs
oai^d^for^by-^-l^ndttP- hands -a ud in :andj3ther_articIes__too_tiumerQU8 to

the ;eventide wo6i;d to simdowy*


rioas

shores of sleep by
sthging H*fi and Io>v.

Hannah Booth

Her 'short

C T. Hawke, auotionoer.

Neither ihe pr<fouiidesrTaith nor


^

-1 Hj>A<n

KliV

t'-

Terms of sale cash

mother

ife was such a pleaHure, :

the "greatest- 1

mention.

has ever

Vdm.

Tbe undersigned Will offer at pub


lic sale, on What is known as the
Ktbnm A. Brown farm,

t%vc

iicw

Uiwmty I

wrinfi^r, "gkraen ~^low and tool,


Iamp6, omttihg, carpets, rugs/tubs
a ndjjtiJjer..:ar,tl6les ^vtoo^niimer oiis
wo^nrit

to

mention.

by ti-iuvhig
d

Terms of sjUe oaah


Hannah Booth Vilm.

C T.. Hawke/anotionoer.

He

'leftJiure. .
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rtle,

UdUgeiioa t
aipfiHH tbo

ho power I
te in bpttltb,

le Ic

ille

ow HUit bo h

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snin

enutikh t(
e 15

^ood
0, of

Uhr

amR

5Though

hetv

c^ik^ih

Wi t btibf, her

wm

iBer illnm Wa sot k

nol

r.

For fif: rHataUtoo

cnltiTatOT

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