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J. L. M. Hill

When you have time, do background check on above subject, who later became a partner with J. W. Johnston...April 19, 2001.


Winfield Courier, April 18, 1878.
                                                  Commissioners’ Proceedings.
                                                    J. L. M. Hill, drawing jury.
Winfield Courier, April 25, 1878.
A. D. Speed has bought the interest of J. L. M. Hill in the livery business of Harter & Hill. The new firm will be Harter & Speed. They will continue to improve their livery stock and will add to the present array of nobby outfits.
Winfield Courier, April 25, 1878.
                                                     Real Estate Transfers.
J. L. M. Hill to A. D. Speed, undivided ½ lots 2 and 3, block 128, Winfield, $1,500.
Winfield Courier, May 2, 1878.
J. W. Johnson has taken J. L. M. Hill as a partner in the furniture business. The old store with the goods have been moved across the street and the new firm will erect a number one building on the vacant lot. The gentlemen are energetic and ambitious and intend to keep the best stocks of furniture in the southwest.

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