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Magnus Johnson, former Farmer-
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of a dozen speakers who protested the
presidential veto of the McNary-
Haugen relief bill.
Finns for a farmer pilgrimage to
the Kansas Ctiy convention were an
nounced at Jamestown, N. D., by C. C.
Talbott, president of the North Dakota
Farmers’ Union. A cavalcade of North
Dakota farmers will start moving Sat
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I Dakota. Minnesota and Nebraska. Tal
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Adam McMullen,
Gov. McMullen in a statement at
Lincoln, declared that any impression
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1 City, he said, was merely to urge those
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serve, the governor said, to show those
who make it how a national conven
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THE WEATHER
District, of Columbia Occasional
showers to night and tomorrow; not
| much change in temperature.
Maryland -Showers and thunder
storms tonight and tomorrow; not
much change in temperature.
Virginia and West Virginia—Show
ers and thunderstorms tonight and to
morrow; not much change in tempera
ture.
Record for Twenty-four Hour*.
Thermometer—4 pm., S 3; R pm., 63;
12 midnight, 66; 4 a.m., 69; 8 am., 72;
noon, 82.
Barometer—4 p,m.. 29.94; 8 p.m.,
29.90; 12 midnight, 29.86; 4 a.m., 29.81;
8 a m , 29.35; noon, 29.81.
Highest temperature, 82, occurred at
noon today.
; Lowest temperature, 63, occurred at 4
J p.m. yesterday,
i Temperature same date last year—
! Highest, 82; lowest, 67.
Tide Tahir*.
; fFurnished by United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey.)
Today—Low tide, 3:27 a.m. and 4:13
! p.m ; high tide, 9:14 a.m. and 9:48 p.m.
Tomorrow—Low t,id<*, 4:08 a.m. and
j 4’55 p.m.; high tide, 9:54 am. and 10:29
p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today—Sun rose 4:43 a.m.; sun sets
7;30 p.m.
Tomorrow—Sun rises 4:42 a.m.; sun
sets 7;3l p.m.
Moon rises 9:45 p.m.; sets 6:07 am.
! Automobile lamps to be lighted one
half hour after sunset.
Condition of the Water.
Great Falls—Clear.
Weather in Various Cities,
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Stations J of * c Weather
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Abilene. Tex . . 29 UR 72 f,o Clear
Albany, N. V. . 27.52 fi4 52 044 Ram
Aidants. Oa .. 29 OH 70 64 <).->4 I*i cloudy
Atlantic city. 6« so n ;,8 Clouoy
Baltimore. Md 20.84 72 01 0.32 Cloudy
Birmingham 29.92 70 SO 0.7# Ha in
Btsmaick. N I). 29.82 78 64 o.o# Bon
Boston, Mass . 28.96 70 54 074 Cloudy
Builnlo. N. Y. 29.84 54 48 0.32 Rain
Charleston. 3.C. 30.09 84 74 004 Pt.cloudy
j Chicago. m. .20:4 56 so ... R*m
I cinmnnatLOhio. 29.78 72 CO 11 1 Cloudy
Cleveland. Ohio 29 02 S 4 50 f) 94 Rmn
i Columbia. R C, 30.00 86 70 0.20 Cloudy
.Denver. C 010... 20.93 62 48 0.02 Ciear
Detroit. Mich . 29.84 54 50 010 Cloudy
El Paso. Tex .20 82 88 62 .... Clear
Galveston, Tex. 29.94 84 72 0.04 Clear
Helena. Mont 20 06 66 54 .. Clear
Huron. » Dak 29 83 76 48 Cloudy
Indianapolis.tnd 29,70 80 54 0.62 Rain
Jacksonville. Fla. 30.08 90 76 032 Pt cloudy
Kansas City.Mo 29.78 68 52 040 Cloudy
Los Angeles .29 88 74 60 .... Cloudy
Louisville Ky.. 29 82 84 66 078 Cloudy
Minmi. Fla .30 10 H 6 80 . Pt cloudy
New Orleans .29 90 8* 68 123 Rain
New York. NY.2O 90 68 54 084 Rain
Oklahoma City. 29 92 82 52 001 Clear
Omaha. Neht .29 34 64 54 001 Cloudy
Philadelphia ,Pa 29 88 68 60 046 Cloudy
Phnemv. Art?.. 20.72 102 68 ... Clear
Pittsburgh, Pa 29.76 72 62 1 16 Cloudv
i Portland. Me 30 90 f 8 52 008 Cloudy
Portland. Ores . 30 20 74 52 Clear
‘Raleigh, N C 29 96 84 68 0.40 Cloudy
Bait Lake Cltv.. 29 94 .90 M ... Clear
Fan Antonio 29 94 86 62 -Clear
San Ditto, Calif 20 86 68 62 . Cloudy
San Francisco. . 29.66 72 52 Pt cloudy
Sr IfOuls. MO. 29 66 58 54 040 Rain. Fo*
St Paul. Minn. 29 88 72 54 ...Cloudy
Seattle. Wash . 90.20 76 52 .. . Cloudy
Spokane. Wash. 30 ■*# 66 50 Clear
WASH., D. C-.. 29 84 72 65 02# Cloudy
FORK I ON.
<7 a m , Greenwich time, today >
Ste Mons. Temperature Weather.
London. England 52 Cloudy
Paris. France 63 C»e*r
Vienna, Atisttia *4 £} oll dV
Berlin. Germany 46 Cloudy
Copenhagen. Denmark . 50 Ciear
Stockholm, Sweden 48
Gibraltar. Spain 64 Par. cloudy
iNoon. Greenwich time, today >
Horta tFsyah, Aaorea... 8# part cloudy
i (Current rbservetiona*
; Hamilton. Bermuda 96 E* r 1 L c i oudy
I San Juan. Porto Rie.o .. S 3 Cloudy
i Havana. Cuban 2*
(Colon. Canal Tone <* Cloudy
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MRS. HODGES INJURED.
KANSAS CITY, June 5 UP).—'Wil
liam V. Hodges of Colorado, treasurer
of the Republican national committer,
late yesterday was notified that his
1 wife had been seriously injured In a
motor ear accident in Colorado and left
for there immediately.
Births Reported.
The following births have been reported
to >he Health Department in the past -4
! M and Ruth M. Pomroy. girl.
John and Florence Wtlcox, girl.
James K and Nettie F Ouoiser, girl,
j F and Louise Jfhilps, box
Edmund N and BUte M Graham, boy.
Joseph O. and Serena Blue, girl
James VV and Cora White. B tr!
Howard T and Addle Simms. *trl
Mite hell »nd Lade HtH. girl
Luke and Pearl Jackson, girl.
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Marriage Licenses.
Miffittl !tcfns?s have been Issued
lA wai!jm Marrts and Edith Hicks* h*th **
' James 18 H, O’Connell and Georgia H
! 11 JohnV Smith and Marcella l Kstranja.
, Wilham M Cline. 5r . and Dorothy L.
Walsh, both of Baltimore
> Adolph W. lebp-ut? of Rkpoilyn. 0 » -
and Eva Kaf of this city
T Clifford Berry. Jr . of Clinton, Md . and
Nellie C Barli of Ibis city
William I. Donaldaon and I.ureua 5
Thom a* R Jackson of th«* city and Mar
garet M Foley of Newport, R I
Maurice Oreenbaum and Florence B Dav
•T.%« F Smith of Oak Park. 11l . and
Virginia M Garner of this city
Hbroid o Tsxlor of this city and Marion
A. !)eemer of RnaaeU. Pa
William J Mackey of Brookline Mas* .
an" Margaret r Fitreerald of this city
William ft Murdock and Ethel R jrou.ter.
James Latimore and Fannie L McClenom
Milton Allen and Lucille Bank*
John Bigos and Barbara Winkler, both of
Baliimore _ ,
George A Eslm end Mars O toons
Leonard Bankett .uid Bertha RetMierson
James C Hohts. .I*., and Edith B White
Chatles F Heii of Potistown. Pa , and
Mary W Diets of Plymouth. Pa

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Johanna White. 77. 1312 Jujltd *1
Julian Cone Dowell. <l. Jf.jJ A m
th'Un J. HutUerlurds 70s Waiter Heed HW*
* Ctiartea W Weeks. 67. 622 H at sw.
Minnie Panclts. «». SM» fth«>ldan st.
Lula Miller. 55. Providence Hoapual
KHa Haley 4V Providence Hoapllil
Martha H<dbia. 39 Providence Hospital.
11,1 el Vavlov. 90. Sibley Htsepttal
Kuaene Beabortv 11. Rmercency Bosp.tai
l,ewt3i f Talbert 6 GOO Jennifer »t J
Marjnrie Louise Curti*. 10 months. Chil
drens Hospital , . .. .
Doris Peaty Radnor, S mouths 192* isth
** Archie Kendall Rhipe, Jr . 4 month*, 4474
HHaoi" son of Peter and Helen Faeber. 4
dav.-„ Providence Hospital
Vuginla Clarke. Ri. Rt Wlaghaih a Hoa-
Pi |l<>mer Mee «* Freedmen s Hospital,
oeorga W Hunlev, 64 1614 iitih 1
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MRS. LEUAJ. RUSSELL
DIES AT HER HOME HERE!
Widow of Former Assistant Attor
ney General, Who Also Served as
Minister to Persia,
Mrs. Leila J. Russell. widow of
Charles W. Russell of this city, and
the last surviving sister of Col. John
3. Mosby of Civil War fame, died at
her residence, 1734 P street, Sunday
after an illness of five weeks.
Mrs. Russell's husband, who 'died
about a ypar ago, was for nine years
Assistant United States Attorney Gen
eral and was Minister to Persia during
President Taft’s administration.
Surviving Mrs. Russell are a son,
John Mosby Russell, lawyer, of New
York, and a daughter, Mrs. Lucy
Ogston of this city.
Funeral services will be conducted
in St. Ignatius’ Church. Baltimore, to- j
morrow morning. Interment will be'
in Holy Cross Cemetery there.
MRS. D. A. KIGGINS DIES.
Mrs. Delia A Kiggins, 84 years old.!
widow of Capt. Michafl L. Kiggins,
Union Army veteran, died at the home
of her daughter. Mrs. S. Kiggins Terry
of 4101 Harrison street, yesterday after
a long illness. She had been a resident
of this city for the past 48 years.
She is survived by a son, John P.
Kiggins, mayor of Vancouver, Wash.,
and by three daughters, Mrs. W. W.
i White. Mrs. Terry and Miss Claire Kig
gins, all of this city. Another son. the
late Frank M. Kiggins, was at one time
chief examiner of the Civil Service
Commission,
Private funeral services will be con
ducted in the Nevius funeral home to
morrow morning at 9:30 o’clock. Inter
ment will be in Rock Creek Cemetery.
Carte of Cljante.
JOHNSON. We wish to thanlc the teacher*
and employes of the Francis Junior High ,
for their kindness in the bereavement of
our dauKhter and little sister. EDNA S I
JOHNSON FROM FAMILY • !
SIMMS. We wish to thank our neighbors
lor their kindness and sympathy and
flora! offerings during the illness and at
th“ death of our husband and father.
JOHN T SIMMS „ „
ISABELLE SIMMS AND DAUGHTERS. •
Beatiig.
ANDERSON. Departed this life on Monday.
June 4. 13?*. NELLIE E ANDERSON,
daughter of Eva Anderson. She ltaves to
mourn their loss a mother, one sister, on*
niece and a host of other relatives and
friends Funeral Thursday. June 7. at 2
p.m.. from Smith's funeral parlors. 243*
Eye st. n.w. Relatives and friends invited.
ASH. Suddenly, on Saturday, June 2, 1928,
EDWARD 8 . beloved husband of Gertrude
MILLS ASH Funeral from his late resi
dence, 141 11th st. ne. on Wednesday.
Jure fl, at 9 a m Requiem mass at the
Church of the Holv Comforter at 9 30
o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited. In
terment St. Mary’s Cemetery. 5*
BETHEA. Departed this life Monday. June
4. 192*. at 10:30 am. after a lingering
illness. ANNA L. BETHEA, wife of Pe’cr
H Bethea. Remains at her late residence.
1330 R st. n.». Funeral Wednesday. Jure
8. from Asbury Church, ltth and K sts.
n.w., 9 D.m. 6
BFTHF.A. Officers and members of Golden
Link Household of Ruth. No. 569. G, U. O.
of O F. Call meeting at Odd Fellows
Hall. l«o* M st. n.w . Tuesday. June S,
1928. at 7.J0 pm. to arrange for the fu
neral of Sister ANNIE BETHEA. Funeral
Wednesday. June «. at 9 p m
NELLIE O BALTIMORE, M. N. G.
INDIANA N GREENE. W. R.
BLUE. Officers and members of Columbia
Lodge. No. 85. I B P. O E. W.. are here
by notified of the death of Brother
CHARLES H BLUE Session of sorrow
will be held at Elks' Home. Tuesday. June
5. 1928, at 730 p m Funeral from Metro
politan A M. E Church. M at between
15th and 18th sts. n.w.. Wednesday. June
6. ut 1 pm Members of Morning Star
lodge. No 4 Forest Temple. No 9. and
Columbia Temple. No 423. areinvHech
HERBERT E. JONES. K R-
A. E. WILLIAMS, Sec.
BROWN. On Monday. June 4. 1928. at her
residence. 140 A st. at,. MARY ANN 'nee
McVearry*. beloved wife of tht tat* Mi
chael J Brown, aged 71 years. Funeral
from abovs residence Wednesday. June *
a* 8 30 a rn . th»nce to St Josenh s Church.
ma** of rocusirm will be SUtitt at 9
r> clock for the reoose of her soul. F*la
tires and friends invited. Interment at
Mount Oliiet Cemetery.
BROWN. The members of 8< Joseph’s
Sodality are requested to meet tonight.
June 5. 1928. at * o clock. at the home of
■ our deceased sooalist, Mrs. MARY A.
BROWN. 149 A st. » e.. Apt. 22. to recite
the rosary; also to attend the mass of
> requiem.
i BVRON. Ou Monday. June 4, 1928. at his
residence* Terra Cotta. D. C.. JOHN ROB
ERT. husband of Mildred E. Byron. Fu
neral services at the above address Wed
nesday. June 6. at 3p m Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Congressional
Cemetery.
Mill, On Monday. June 4. 1928. at Emer
gency Hospital. WILLIAM N, beloved
husband of Ruth E Dstler Funeral from
his late residence. 3814 Fenwie* at . Brem
wood. Md.. on Wednesday. June *• at J 30
pm Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
If AGM ANN. On Sunday. June J. 1938, at
Harnett Lane Sanitarium. Mr* Einabeth
Harmann. in her RPtb vear. Funeral from
the ehsne! of J- William Lee* Sons. 532
Pennsylvania eve. n « on Wednesday.
June *, at 2 p.m. Relative* and friends
invited. *
HOOD. Suddenly on Saturday. June 3.
t92*. at Philadelphia. Pa . JENNIE M .
beloved wife of James M Hood *nee
Tvieri. and slater of Reuben H. Tyier
Funeral services at the chapel of the
O*o. W. Wise Co,, undertakers. 3900 M i
st. n.w . Wednesday. June #, *t J o'cloek ,
p m Relatives and frtenda invited. In- j
termed at Harmony Cemetery. 8* j
JONES. Departed tht* life Sunday. June J. j
l!>38. after a short illness. EUOENE t
JONES, the dc oted son of Lilly Jones and j
grandson of William Wells. at*o a boat ;
of other relatives and friend*. Remain* >
resting at Alexander S Pope chaprl, 215 !
15th *t *e . until Monday. June 4. 8 pm . i
thence to 1523 C st *e . hta late residence
Funeral Wednesday. June 8, * a m , from
St Cyprian *, 13th and C st*. a*. Inter- j
men* Mount Olivet Cemetery. 5* j
JONES. Departed this life Saturday. June
J. 193*. LOUIS JONES He leaves to!
mourn his departure a wife. Elisabeth 3 j
grandchildren. al*o a host of other rela- t
live* and friend*. Notice of funeral later.
5
KELLY. On Mondar June 4. t#2*. at * 35
pm. MATILDA KELLY, beloved mother
of Waitrr O Kelly. Florence C Octiscn
reiter, Margaret M Raley and Rose Parker
Funeral from her late residence, 439 i
Quincy st. n.w,. on Wednesday. June *.
at 3n m Service* at Rock Creek Church :
at 230 p m Relatives and fnend* Invit'd
Interment Rock Cr*ek Cemetery ißsUt- ;
more. Md.. paper* pleas* copv.v • i
KI(.GINS On Monday, June 4. 1928. at !
10 10 am. at the residence of her dsn;h
ter, Mr*. 3 Kiggins Terry. 4181 HarrHon i
st n.w , DELTA A,, wife of the late Capt
Michael I Kiggln*. tn her 85th year. Fu
neral private 4* i
I ATM:V. On Tuesday. June 5. 1928 at her
residence, 1800 Valley *t. n w MARTHA
LATNEV. devoted wife of Walter Lalncy
amt mother of Clarence. Chase, Estelle, j
Meta. Walter and Gertrud- Lntney. She
also leaves two sisters ami two grand- i
children Notice of funeral hereafter. Re- i
mains resting at the \V Ernest Jarvis Co
funeral parlors. 2223 Georgia ave n.w.
1 INKINA. On Sundae. June 3, 1938 at i
N*v«j Hospital. ALBERT J beloved hus
band ol Father M. Linking 'nee Down-vi i
Funeral from his late residence. 831 19th
st. » » on Wennrsday. June * Mas* *t
St Domtme's church at 9* m Relatives ;
and fnend* in-ited to attend. Interment
at A'Ungton Cemetery. 8*
st ANN, On Sunday, June J, 1938 at Tulsa- i
Okie . SARAH E MANN 'nee Lenin* 1 , be- I
loved wife of John D Mann and daughter !
of ih* late Charles H and Cm* Lemoa 1
Nonce or futveial later • i
At ft. Departed this life Sunday. June 3, \
183*. after a short Hines*. at Freedroen*
Hospital, HOMER UR He leaves to
mourn thetr loss a wife and two children ’
Funeral Wednesday, June *. at 3 o clock
from J.vnifer* funeral parlors HIS 33nd
et n"■ Interment Payne's Cemetery
MFK. Special convmunlcauop of Hiram
Lodge, No 4. F A A M I* called for f
Wedneadav. June 8. at I SO pfoi the
purpose of attending the funeral of 1
Brother HOMER MEB. at Jenifer s tuneiat i
Pailoiv Hls 23ild st n w tty outer t>t the
wMi-timful uiaMri
lIAtIUV j LANCASTER V\otsitlpiul Master
HENRY U vit.E. Sec >
Mi l TON, on Monday June 4, 1938. OATH
FwlNl* MKITON beloved vtaughto oi 1
Jpr.epit and VciweJ Melton Novice, of tw» i
nriivl hereafter fteniain* tp.tltifc .VS Ult >
\V Ernest Jarvis Go s vvc*s end funeral
Pgiloiy. Jain amt uwiKdvm ave nv» j
,51 i AMI K On Monday. June 4. !i>,'B at 1
ni- WMdeme US Mil sis» t*ft IKK F
beloved nnsbatut of Lula V Me>inei Fu
nd al vmifu will ba held at bis late 1
tenideiur on Wednesday June 4 a; t
pm Intelnvent at Con*re.*.stwnai Cenve
tet * j
PILMAff lt I'epaned thl* lit* Msmh*. June
I. iw* s' in * m , as fteedmen » Hn.inils' >;
Wav rf.lAh OI’tNCY ptVs*" v ’« d#
!r»v»» Ip tnourh their low two on* tap
daughter* two sisters ana * brother and a
ho*i ot other 'etattves and fnanvls R* j |
m*uv* to be viewed at the 'Veslev "»b I
ingion funeral parlor, ms* (ti.'itu *'* j
n w Funeral net tee laser * ?
Hi MstUMu On Bundav June 8. 18-'S at
Ucoi.c Wavhmston Hospital, Nf'liUVN i
u. beloved (luabatid ot Wariteu Hows-j
berg nice kvlvvorvls' ol tSvH Muiytcvint aw ;
uc Funciol trom ttvo almve wvldco.v mi |
W,dn. do> Jon.- u. ut * «P iw, thetuv -
to HvMv Name Church, whole too o> wiU |
t>* son* at a* m KetaUves glut It bend* i
Htvttvn louiioent at Mount olivet Ocm |i
•ife rjw**edMK *• m* 1 1
wNvVWDEN bvVvw.t siatet or vieiitu. r j
James. Fredetn k Clarence and William ’
Com ns, autvi et {jdtan Cs'tern aw Finmat i
W’ednevdav June ft »• I 'ft » m Irom the t
w Sinnsi Jtvvu to luneral parlpis, 3152 I
ua, ave, *•*. a
Seams.
T Y^ l 'X »,«*’ iSSU, ?
TEACHIfM. beloved husband Os Teres* T
Teaehtim <nee Tignor). Remain* at h:s
late home, 1186 Fl* avg ne Funeral
at Glen wood Cemetery. Wedneaday. June
B. at 3 pm *
WALTERS. Departed this life Sunday. June
3. 1928, at, ft 10 a rr . at her residence. Mr-
Lean. V*.. MVARTH A TURNER V/ALTERS,
devoted wife of Norman J. and loving
mother of Marlon Walters Reid and Nor
rine Walters She also teav*s to mourn
their loss four sisters. Ellen Cgrte-. Ads
Bor?us, Alice Turner. Elsie Anderson, and
four brother*. Charlie. Henry. James *nd
Thomas Turner. Funeral Wednesday June
*, from Pleasant Grove A. M. E. Chnreh,
Ash Grove. Va. *
WATKINS. On Saturday. June 2. 192".
MARY WATKINS Funeral Tuesday. June
5. at 2 pm . from E W. Bundy s funeral
parlors. 7th and Florida ave. n.w.
YON. On Monday. June 4. 1928. HENRY
L YON. beloved father of Blair Yon Re
mains resting at funeral parlors of W.
W. Chambers Co . 1480 Chaotn at n» .
until Thursday. Jun» 7. 2 p m Services
at Arflnet.on National C«me'erv. Thurs
d*v. June 7. at 2 JO p.m. *
3n iHemoriam.
BIGGS. In sad but loving remembrance of
our dear husband and father. J. WILLIAM
E BIGGS, who passed away four years
ago today June 5. 1224.
Gone, but, not forgotten
LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN. •
BR4NNTW. In sad bu* loving remembrance
of our dear mother. THERESA BP.ANNUM,
who departed this life 10 years ago today,
June 5, 1918
Mother s cheerful ways. h»r smiling face,
Ar» a pleasure to recall
She had a kindly word for >Kh
And died beloved by
DUNN. In lovin* remembrance of our dear
father. EDWARD DUNN, who passed awgy
six years ago today. FAMILY. •
HARVEY. A tribute of love to the memory
of our beloved cor., brother and n»ph*w
THOMAS R HARVEY who left US two
years ago today. June 5. 192*
Keep him, Jesus, in Thy keeping
Till we reach the heavenly shore.
Then. O Master, let us see him.
Love and have him as before
HIS LOVING MOTHER. FATHER AND
SISTER
Today recalls sad memories
Os our loved one gone to rest.
And those who still remember him
Are 'he ones that loved him best
HIS DEVOTED BROTHER AND SISTER
IN-LAW'. EDGAR AND EDNA HARVEY.
As we loved him,’so we miss him.
In our memory he Is alwavs near;
! Loved, remembered, longed for always,
l Bringing many a silent fear
I HIB LOVING AUNTS. MAMIE AND LULA.
HAWKINS, in sad hut lovine rem-mhrap.re
of our dear father. JAMES H HAWKINS,
who departed this llle three years ago to
day. June 5. 1925
The golden gates we-e open.
A gentle voice sa-d Come. ’
And with n farewell smile
He calmly entered home
HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN. •
JOHNSON. In sad but lavinv remembrance
of our dear mother, JANE JOHNSON,
who died seven years ago yesterday. Jun#
4. 1921.
You are not forgotten mother, dear,
Nor shall you ever he.
As long as life, and memory las
We will remember thee.
DAUGHTERS. LUCY E GADDIS AND
ELIZABETH COOK
MONACO. In loving remembrance of our
dearest brother and son. VINCENT F
MONACO, who departed this Ilf* eleven
years ago today. June 5. 1917.
Eleven years have passed, desrest son and
brother.
Sine* you were called away.
How well we do remember
That sad and weary day.
You suffered much, you murmured not.
As »t watched you. day by day.
We fried and prayed tha' your dear life
Would not be taken away.
We are lonely, dearest son and brother,
without you.
Lonely and. oh. go sad a* heart
We all loved you so dearie.
Why did we have to part.
LOVING MOTHER AND SISTERS. MAMIE
AND ROSE. . •
BIBGELY-FALMER. In lovtng memory of
our dear mother. IDA F. RIDGYLY-FAL
MER. who died nine years ago today. June
». 1919.
In our hearts your memory lingers.
Sweetly, tender, fond and true;
There is not a day. dear mother.
That we do not think of you
HER CHILDREN. •
WILLIS. In sad but loving remembrance of
my dear daughter. LAURETTA WILLIE,
who departed this life twelve years ago to
day. June 5. 191*
You suffered hours, yes. hours, of pain
To wait for eure. but all in vain.
Tilt God alone knew what was best
And called you home to give you rest.
Before my eyes you faded.
Growing weaker day by day.
Patten*ly bearing your suffering
Until God took you away.
Twelve lone years, with all lta changes.
Bmr* death strangely bad* us pari;
But. dear Lauretta, all the changes
Cannot take you from my heart.
HER LOVING AND DEVOTED MOTHER.
JENNIE FANNIE WILLIS, •
WOODLAND, In sad and loving memory of
a devoted mother and wife. MARY D.
WOODLAND, who departed this life bag
year ago today, June *. 1927
You suffered hours, yes. hours, of pa:n
To wait for eure. but all in vats
Till God alone knew wbat waa best
And called you home to give you rest
FROM THE FAMILY
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