. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. MABCii 4, 1915. The Florists^ Review 25 OBITUARY W. T. Barnes. W. T. Barnes, of Lapel, Ind., died .Muddenlyi at his home, February 26. The immediate cause of his death was lieart failure, following a mild attack of pleurisy. He was born in North (JaroUna and removed to Indiana when .1 child. In 1879 he was married to Miss Maggie Brattle, of Fishersburg, Ind. In 1892 he erected a home at hapel, {tut up some glass and engaged in floriculture, in which he did a flour- ishing and profitable business. His place was noted for its neatness and method. Mr.

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. MABCii 4, 1915. The Florists^ Review 25 OBITUARY W. T. Barnes. W. T. Barnes, of Lapel, Ind., died .Muddenlyi at his home, February 26. The immediate cause of his death was lieart failure, following a mild attack of pleurisy. He was born in North (JaroUna and removed to Indiana when .1 child. In 1879 he was married to Miss Maggie Brattle, of Fishersburg, Ind. In 1892 he erected a home at hapel, {tut up some glass and engaged in floriculture, in which he did a flour- ishing and profitable business. His place was noted for its neatness and method. Mr. Barnes was a man of sterling integrity, who^e word was as good as ;i bond. He was of a genial, happy disposition, had a kind word at all times for every acquaintance and never was morose or disagreeable. He en- deared himself to all who were fortu- nate enough to know him, and his pres- ence was always welcome. He was of (Quaker extraction and lived his belief, liaving all the lovable traits of that sect. Besides his wife, he is survived by Walter and Vernie Barnes, of Lapel, and Orange Barnes, of Spokane, Wash. J. A. E. H. S. Y. Haines. S. Y. Haines, of Rockford, 111., died suddenly from myocarditis, Saturday morning, February 27, at the age of (U years. He was at his desk as usual up to the previous evening. He was born'in Tennessee. He had been promi- nent in the seed trade for the last forty years, having held responsible positions with W. Atlee Burpee & Vo., Northrup-Braslan-Goodwin Co., Vaughan 's Seed Store and L. L. May & Co., and he was the founder of the Miss Lippincott business, at Hudson, Wis. For nearly seven years he had l)een connected with the advertising department of H. W. Buckbee, at the Kockford Seed Farms. Mr. Haines leaves a daughter, Ruth, 9 years old; ^Irs. Haines died nearly two years ago. The remains were taken, in the care of H. W. Buckbee, Ruth Haines and other relatives and friends, to Rives Junction, Mich., where the funeral took place Mar

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