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Gilbert Tucker, 38; spouse, Mary, 30.
G. T. Tucker, 39; spouse, Mary, 31.
Kansas 1875 Census Creswell Township, Cowley County, March 1, 1875.
Name                           age sex color            Place/birth            Where from
Gilbert Tucker        39    m    w                   New York              Iowa
Mary Tucker                30     f     w                        Ohio                       Iowa
Theodore Tucker          10    m    w                   Iowa                      Iowa
Hiram Tucker                 7    m    w                   Iowa                      Iowa
Serepta Tucker         5     f     w                        Iowa                      Iowa
Lawrence Tucker           2    m    w                   Kansas
Unnamed Tucker          1m    f     w                        Kansas
No male listed. Female: Lucker? M. S. Tucker, 49.
J. F. Tucker, 21; spouse, M. H. , 21. Also listed: Female, M. S. Tucker, 50.
Kansas 1875 Census Omnia Township, Cowley County, March 1, 1875.
Name                           age sex color             Place/birth             Where from
M. S. Tucker                50     f     w                        Ohio                       Missouri
M. A. Tucker               21     f     w                        Ohio                       Missouri
J. F. Tucker                  20    m    w                   Iowa                      Missouri
No male listed. Female: Anna Tucker, 45.
J. F. Tucker, 22. Also listed (females): M. S. Tucker, 52; E. M. A. Tucker, 24.
Post Office Address: Lazette.
J. F. Tucker, 23. Also listed (females) M. S. Tucker, 54; Mary Tucker, 25.
Post Office Address: Lazette.
Female only listed: M. S. Tucker, 55. Post Office Address: Cambridge.
                                               FROM THE NEWSPAPERS.
Mrs. W. T. Tucker, Mrs. N. T. Tucker...
Winfield Messenger, October 4, 1872.
                             Class O—Domestic Manufactures—Thirty-seven Entries.
Premiums awarded to Mrs. W. T. Tucker, Miss E. Tusker, Mrs. E. P. Hickok, Miss E. A. Graham, Mrs. J. H. Curfman, Mrs. W. H. H. Maris, Mrs. C. M. Wood, Mrs. W. J. Walton, Mrs. A. Bullen, Mrs. L. Lowry, Mrs. W. W. Andrews, Mrs. H. Y. Churchill.
                                        Class V—Painting, etc.—Eighteen Entries.

Premiums to J. C. Monforte, Graining; J. M. Reed, three styles penmanship; I. H. Bonsall, lot of photographs; Miss Virginia Stewart, oil paintings and pencil sketches; Miss Kate Millington, photographs; Mrs. N. T. Tucker, crystal painting.
N. T. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, Thursday, June 19, 1873.
DIED. TUCKER. At his residence in Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas, June 4th, 1873, Mr. N. T. Tucker, aged 59.
Mr. Tucker was born near Hartford, Connecticut, May 2nd, 1814. At the age of 8 years he removed with his parents to Erie County, Ohio, where he remained most of the time for 48 years. There he became a member of the Presbyterian church, and lived a devoted Christian life. During this time his parents, brothers, and sisters were all called from the scenes of earth by the pale-faced messenger of Death, and he was left to mourn, and to suffer many misfortunes. Suffering much from bodily pain as well as bereavements in his own family circle, yet he bore it all with meek submission, exhibiting a spirit of Christian faith and child-like confidence.
In November, 1870, he immigrated with his family to Kansas, hoping that the change might be beneficial to his health. But here, too, tender ties were severed. The joy and delight of his declining years was taken from his embrace, and the combined weight of mental and physical pain bore him down with increased rapidity.
Mrs. N. T. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, Thursday, July 24, 1873.
Mrs. N. T. Tucker would respectfully solicit the patronage of all who desire sewing done, of any kind. She has a first class machine and will do stitching (when ready prepared) for one cent per yard. Tailoring will be made a specialty. Dry Goods and Groceries taken for work.
J. F. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, December 12, 1873.
The following is a list of teachers who were granted certif­icates at the examination held at Arkansas City, October 17th, 1873.
                                                           THIRD GRADE.
                                                      J. F. Tucker, Baltimore.
Ephraim Tucker...
Winfield Courier, February 27, 1874.
                                             CIVIL DOCKET. EIGHTH DAY.
                                    67. Andrew H. Hornemann vs. Ephraim Tucker.
J. T. Tucker, Mrs. M. A. Tucker, Miss M. A. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, May 1, 1874.
The following is a list of the teachers who obtained certif­icates at the late examination held in Winfield and Tisdale. Mr. E. A. Millard and Miss Carrie Morris deserve special notice as having the best evidence of good scholarship of any of the applicants.
2nd Grade: T. M. James, J. T. Tucker, Porter Wilson, T. W. Gillard.

3rd Grade: Miss E. Burden, Miss J. Hawkins, Miss Belle Dudley, Miss Libbie West, Mrs. M. A. Tucker, Miss Ettie Fowler, Miss M. Hawkins, Miss G. L. Davis, Miss M. A. Tucker.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker and daughter, Emily Tucker moved away...
Winfield Courier, December 31, 1874.
We see by a copy of the Sedalia, Missouri, Daily Bazoo, recently received, that Mrs. M. C. Tucker and her daughter, Emily Tucker, formerly residents of this city, are teachers in the Sedalia public schools.
S. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, March 23, 1876.
                                                      District Court Docket.
The following is a list of cases that will stand for trial at the April term A. D. 1876, of the District Court of Cowley, and have been placed on the Trial Docket in the following order.
                                               CIVIL DOCKET. FIFTH DAY.
                                               E. C. Seward vs. S. Tucker et al.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, October 19, 1876.
                                                         For Sale or Trade.
I have a good dwelling house, barn, and two lots in Winfield, for sale or for trade. Call soon. MRS. M. C. TUCKER. October 19th, 1876.
(?) Tucker, South Bend...
Arkansas City Traveler, December 13, 1876.
KEFFER says he did not set the fire out in South Bend last Saturday, but found the man who did, and made him pay $5 for damages. The fire destroyed considerable property, burning Mr. Hydes’ 40 bushels of oats, 20 bushels of corn, hay, and stable, Shuster’s hay; and some hay of Tucker’s was burned. Mr. Lewis lost his stable, hay, and corn.
Mary Tucker, Mrs. M. S. Tucker...
Arkansas City Traveler, April 3, 1877.
The following teachers received certificates at the examina­tion at Winfield, Friday and Saturday, March 23rd and 24th.
Misses Emma Burden, Sallie Leavering, Sarah E. Davis, Jennie Hane, Ioa Roberts, Arvilla Elliott, Mattie Minnihan, Alice Pyburn, Mary Lynn Emma Saint, Mary Tucker, Effie Randall, Dora Winslow; Mrs. M. S. Tucker, Mrs. A. R. Houser, Mrs. Adelia Baird; and Mr. S. J. Hockett.
Sixteen received certificates. Whole number of applicants thirty-seven. The first three received first grades. Many who failed have been teaching in the county two and three years.
J. F. Tucker...
Arkansas City Traveler, September 12, 1877.
The following persons were qualified to teach in Cowley County at the last examination.
                                     GRADE II: Miss Kate Fitzgerald, J. F. Tucker.
Gustavus Tucker...

Arkansas City Traveler, October 3, 1877.
Mr. Gustavus Tucker was severely injured last week by accidentally getting his hand in contact with the cylinder teeth of a threshing machine while in motion. No bones broken, but a narrow escape.
Mrs. M. L. Tucker???...
Winfield Courier, April 5, 1877. Editorial Page.
                                                        Grouse Valley News.
Mrs. Tucker’s school closes on the 7th inst.
Mrs. M. L. Tucker, Mary Tucker...
Winfield Courier, April 5, 1877.
The following persons were made legal teachers by the Board of Examiners for Cowley County, on Monday, March 26th, 1877. Those receiving first grade certificates had an average of at least 85 percent, and those receiving second grade certificates, an average standing of at least 70 percent, as shown by their papers upon the questions for examination, submitted the 23rd and 24th of March.
Second Grade: Misses Jennie Hane, Arvilla Elliott, Mary Lynn, Alice Pyburn, Effie Randall, Ioa Roberts, Mattie Minnihan, Mary Tucker, Dora Winslow, Kate Fitzgerald, M. E. Saint, Mrs. M. L. Tucker, Adelia Baird, A. R. Houser, and Mr. S. J. Hockett. Thirty-six applications were made for certificates with the result as indicated above.
Mrs. (?) Tucker, Winfield...
Winfield Courier, May 3, 1877.
The town was startled by two alarms of fire yesterday. The wind blew stiff from the south and the cry of “fire” was a thrilling signal. The fire company had the engine and ladders bearing upon the smoking roof of Mrs. Bradish’s dwelling in exactly ten and one half minutes from the time of the alarm. The smoke came from a burning chimney that allowed the smoke to pass into the gable of the roof; hence the alarm. The second fire was more serious. Between 4 and 5 p.m., another fire alarm was sounded and the fire company with engine and ladders were only three minutes in getting to the house of Mrs. Tucker and turning loose upon it with their chemicals. Flames and smoke were bursting from every door and window of the house before anything was done to save it, but the little giant and a hundred willing, active hands subdued the flames and saved the house. The damage to furniture and inside woodwork probably amounts to one hundred dollars.
J. F. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, September 13, 1877.
                                                      The Normal Institute.
The following is a list of teachers who received certificates at the examination.
Lazette. Grade 2. Miss Kate Fitzgerald, Mr. J. F. Tucker.
J. F. Tucker, R. L. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, November 1, 1877.
                                                         Teachers’ Directory.
                                             J. F. Tucker, Dist. No. 14, Lazette.
                                             R. L. Tucker, Dist. No. 14, Lazette.

Foster Tucker...
Winfield Courier, December 27, 1877. Front Page.
MR. EDITOR: As you seem so anxious to get all the news in the county, I am going to tell you a few things from this part of the vineyard. First, we have just completed our schoolhouse. It is 20 x 26 feet, well built and furnished throughout. It was built by T. A. Wilkinson and cost the District $500 in bonds, payable in one, two, three, four, and five years, with interest.
At a meeting of the citizens of the district for the purpose of accepting the house, it was decided to call it Grand Prairie schoolhouse, and to dedicate it with a grand supper, which was done last Friday evening, the 30th ult. Oh, ye gods! what a supper there was. “Big turkey, little turkey, and all, and the charge on that table beat Russians, Bashi Bazouks, or anybody else. I shall not attempt to describe it. It was a wild scene.” Everybody was there. The ridge was out in force and the wharf rats from the little washouts on Timber and Grouse Creeks seemed ready to fulfill the scriptural quotation of “behold and wonder and perish,” but they didn’t do it. They are used to eating when they can get it.
The district was well represented by Messrs. Burden, Barr, Hollowell, Savage, and others. Among those from abroad were Dr. Snyder, of Lazette, who made some very appropriate remarks. Add Smith tried to fatten his family but failed. The most prominent feature was Foster Tucker with the hock joint of a turkey standing up from his coat pocket.
John F. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, December 27, 1877.
John F. Tucker is teaching in the Gardenhire district and has a good school.
O. P. Tucker???...
Arkansas City Traveler, February 6, 1878.
Wheat in this vicinity is looking well, and the largest portion of the corn is in the crib.
We have a lyceum over here that meets once every week, and the knowledge and talent displayed on these occasions is truly wonderful. Tucker is about head since we christened him Osman Pasha Tucker, but we fear he was captured the other night. Gen. Shearer is President, and he handles the concern equal to a corporal with his squad of eight.
Miss Mary Tucker, Lazette...
Arkansas City Traveler, April 10, 1878.
The examination at Winfield on the 5th and 6th inst. was attended by the following persons:
Mr. J. A. Nutt, Miss Stella Stafford, Miss Mary Tucker, Miss Kate Fitzgerald, Lazette.
Miss Mary A. Tucker, Lazette...
Arkansas City Traveler, August 21, 1878.
LAZETTE. Misses Mary A. Tucker, Lou A. Bedell, and Emma Burden; J. F. Tucker, and M. Hemenway.
Mrs. Mary L. Tucker Wood marries Henry N. Banner of Winfield...

Winfield Courier, January 17, 1878.
MARRIED. At Milan, Erie County, Ohio, on Dec. 1st, 1877, by Darwin Fay, J. P., Mr. Henry N. Banner of Winfield, Cowley County, Kansas, to Mary L. Wood, of Milan, Ohio, formerly Mrs. Tucker, of Winfield, Kansas.
J. F. Tucker, Lazette...
                                                TEACHERS’ DIRECTORY.
Winfield Courier, January 17, 1878.        
                                                    14. Lazette—J. F. Tucker.
Martha C. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, February 28, 1878.
                                                     Real Estate Transfers.
Winfield Town Company to Martha C. Tucker, lot 4, block 87, Winfield, $120.00.
Miss Mary A. Tucker, Lazette...
Winfield Courier, April 18, 1878.
The examination of teachers on the 5th and 6th inst., was attended by the following persons.
Lazette. Miss Mary Tucker, Miss Kate Fitzgerald, Miss Stella Stafford, Mr. J. A. Natt.
Winfield Courier, April 18, 1878.
                                           COWLEY COUNTY TEACHERS.
                                                                GRADE 2.
                      Lazette. Miss Mary Tucker, Miss Kate Fitzgerald, Mr. J. A. Natt.
Winfield Courier, July 18, 1878.
                                                      The Normal Institute.
The Normal Institute opened with the following teachers in attendance.
From Lazette: Emma Burden, Mary A. Tucker.
Mrs. (?) Tucker...
Winfield Courier, July 18, 1878.
Mrs. Tucker has moved into her new house and is prepared to do sewing of all kinds. Manning Street, first house north of McMaster’s house.
L. J. Tucker, Lazette...
Winfield Courier, August 1, 1878.
The following teachers have enrolled at the Normal in addition to those given before.
Lazette: Mr. M. Hemenway, Mr. L. J. Tucker, Miss Lucy Bedell.
Mary A. Tucker, J. F. Tucker, Lazette...
Winfield Courier, August 15, 1878.
                                                    Teachers’ Examination.
Lazette: Emma Burden, Mary A. Tucker, Lucy Bedell, M. Hemenway, J. F. Tucker.
Mary A. Tucker, Lazette...
Winfield Courier, October 10, 1878. Back Page.
                                        Mary A. Tucker, District No. 15, Lazette.
Winfield Courier, November 28, 1878.
                                                             Lazette News.

Miss Mary Tucker is teaching in district 14.
Mrs. Martha Tucker, Winfield...
Winfield Courier, Thursday, January 2, 1879.
                                      Mrs. Martha Tucker, residence, frame: $650.
Mr. (?) Tucker, teacher...
Winfield Courier, May 22, 1879.
Crossing Grouse creek at Benderville, I spent sometime in company with several others examining the banks. Here are excellent indications for coal. Several small veins have been discovered in the vicinity. Time and means may develop rich paying coal fields deeper down in terra firma.
On the west side of the river lays the farm of Mr. Morris, of Black Hills fame. He has just finished building a large stone barn, costing I am informed, from $600 to $800. Here I may state that the Grouse valley between Lazette and Dexter contains more and better barns and stables than any other part of the country, some of the stone buildings costing many hundred dollars more than the one above mentioned.
To the south of this place lays the farm of George Gardenhire. This farm has been under the charge of Mr. Tucker, the pedagogue of this school district. He seems to be a success, both as farmer and teacher, a young man of good acquirements and excellent ability.
J. F. Tucker, Windsor...
Winfield Courier, August 21, 1879.
                                                       J. F. Tucker, Windsor.
Miss (?) Tucker...
Winfield Courier, December 11, 1879.
Miss Tucker is teaching our school this winter, and is giving satisfaction.
Foster Tucker...
Cowley County Teacher, January, 1880.
Foster Tucker came home from the State University to spend the holidays. He likes his school well, and reports all inter­ests flourishing.
Frank Tucker, Burden...
Winfield Courier, March 25, 1880. Front Page.
Frank Tucker is inclined to let the U. S. army take care of the “Chinese muddle,” in San Francisco, while he completes his elegant residence on Main Street in Burden.
Mrs. (?) Tucker, Winfield...
Winfield Courier, July 8, 1880.
Furnished rooms to rent. Mrs. Tucker.
Arkansas City Traveler, September 8, 1880.
Mary A. Tucker, Burden...

Arkansas City Traveler, September 8, 1880.
                Mary A. Tucker (A), E. A. Milliard (A), Arvilla Elliot (B), S. Chandler (C).
Foster Tucker...
Winfield Courier, September 23, 1880.
Foster Tucker, of Burden, has gone to Lawrence to the State University.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, November 18, 1880.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker got hurt last week by jumping from a wagon when the team was running away. She was badly bruised, but is recovering.
S. B. Tucker...
Arkansas City Traveler, May 4, 1881. Front Page.
                                                          CIVIL DOCKET.
                                              S. B. Tucker vs. O. F. Boyle et al.
Miss Mary Tucker, teacher, at Silver Creek township...
Winfield Courier, June 2, 1881.
Miss Mary Tucker finished, Friday last, her school in District No. 30, Silver Creek township. The mumps nearly depopu­lated her classes.
A. S. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, June 16, 1881.
A considerable number of the citizens of Winfield met on Monday evening on the steps of the Winfield Bank to provide for raising funds for the immediate relief of the sufferers caused by the cyclone Sunday evening. Mr. Crippen called the people together by music from the band.
Rev. J. E. Platter was chosen chairman and made one of his neat and impressive speeches followed by Messrs. Hackney, Troup, Beach, and others.
A committee of ten gentlemen was appointed by the chair to canvass for subscriptions, consisting of Messrs. C. C. Black, J. S. Hunt, J. B. Lynn, M. G. Troup, D. A. Millington, D. L. Kretsinger, J. P. Short, R. E. Wallis, W. H. Smith, and H. D. Gans.
                                                  A. S. Tucker donated $1.00.
Miss Mary Tucker, now at Wilmot, district 22...
Arkansas City Traveler, October 26, 1881. Editorial Page.
                                                   Cowley County Teachers.
There are ninety teachers in Cowley County holding certifi­cates, of whom the following are teaching in the districts named.
                                Mary Tucker, district 22; Lizzie Parmer, district 105.
Theo. Tucker, Hiram Tucker, Sarepta Tucker...
Arkansas City Traveler, January 4, 1882.
                                                       Rose Valley School.
Report of school in District No. 34, for the month ending December 23rd, 1881.

Number of pupils enrolled, 45; number of visitors, 5.
The following list shows the standing of the pupils on a grade of 100.
                                                               GRADE A.
Maggie Guyer, 75; John Sankey, 85; Aaron Purdy, 85; Joe Maxwell, 85; Lillie Purdy, 97; Ollie Kirkpatrick, 93; Theo. Tucker, 80; Audley McKetrick, 85; Jimmie Hughes, 85, Howard Maxwell, 83.
                                                               GRADE B.
Hiram Tucker, 75; Hannah Drennan, 80; Willie Purdy, 100; H. T. Hamilton, 70; Nannie Maxwell, 95; Sarepta Tucker, 95; Maggie Kirkpatrick, 95.
                                              SADIE E. PICKERING, Teacher.
Hiram Tucker, Theo. Tucker...
Arkansas City Traveler, March 1, 1882.
Report of Rose Valley School, Dist. No. 34, for the month ending Feb. 28th, 1882.
Number of visitors, 2.
Names of those neither absent nor tardy: Emma Locke, Calvin Burt, Walter Burt, Willie Maxwell.
Names of those perfect in deportment: Maggie Guyer, Nannie Maxwell, Walter Burt, Willie Maxwell, Cal. Burt, John Warren, Willie Purdy, John Sankey, Bettie Maxwell, Roscoe Hamilton, Aaron Purdy, Hiram Tucker.
Names of those in the A grade who received an average of 80, or more, grading on a scale of 100: Ollie Kirkpatrick, 80; Maggie Guyer, 96; Aaron Purdy, 90; John Drennan, 91; Howard Maxwell, 88; Lillie Purdy, 95; John Sankey, 88; Theo. Tucker, 89.
Grade B, averaging 75 or more: Nannie Maxwell, 93; Hiram Tucker, 76; Hannah Drennan, 94; Willie Purdy, 86; Calvin Burt. 78; B. Kirkpatrick, 80; William Maxwell, 100.
                                              SADIE E. PICKERING, Teacher.
Mary A. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, January 12, 1882.
Teacher Directory 1881-82. WILMOT. District No. 22. Monthly Salary $32.50.
Mr. (?) Tucker, Winfield...
Cowley County Courant, March 16, 1882.

DIED. Mr. John Service died at about half past eleven Saturday, March 11, 1882. His death was caused by heart disease. Mr. Service had been at Wellington with Mr. Platter assisting in some reli­gious meetings and returned on the 6 o’clock morning train. He was feeling in better health than for some time past and had no premonitory symptoms of the disease which carried him off. He was sawing wood in the yard in the rear of the house of Mr. Tucker, where he was boarding, when he felt a severe pain in his side, and entering the house laid down upon the bed and died within fifteen minutes. This news will startle our citizens who were acquainted with Mr. Service. He has long been a resident of this city and county and was one of our most prominent citizens. He had many friends and was held in universal respect for his Christian character and upright life. He was an ardent worker in the cause of temperance, and a leading member of the Presbyterian church. He possessed considerable property interests here and had always labored for the advancement of the city and county.
His sudden and startling death will be deeply regretted. We were personally acquainted with him and knew him for a man of many virtues and few faults, and it is with pain that we record his removal from our midst. The suddenness of his death in­creased the feeling of solemnity among our citizens and brings forcibly to our mind the realization that life is of a most uncertain and transient character. Mr. Service leaves a sister, the only member of the family now living, who is well known in this community for her deeds of charity. In this hour of be­reavement, she has the sympathy of the entire community.
Mr. (?) Tucker, of Iowa...
Arkansas City Traveler, April 26, 1882.
Mr. Tucker, an old resident of Iowa, called upon us yesterday.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker...
Winfield Courier, April 13, 1882.
To rent a house of six rooms with pantry, cellar, and cistern, apply to Mrs. M. C. Tucker.
(?) Tucker: Tucker & Lewis...
Winfield Courier, May 25, 1882.
CATTLE FOR SALE. We offer for sale 45 head of two year old steers, 58 head of two and three year old heifers, 36 yearling steers and heifers and 31 head of milch cows. The above cattle will be found on Grouse Creek in Dexter Township, at the mouth of Crab Creek at Alex Busey’s corral. The cattle will be on sale at that place for ten days.
                                                        TUCKER & LEWIS.
Miss Mary Tucker, Winfield...
Winfield Courier, June 22, 1882.
Miss Hoxie’s Normal class in drawing competed today for prizes for plan, elevation, and perspective for a country schoolhouse. The first prize, the “Cyclopedia of Education,” was won by Miss Mary Tucker, of Winfield. The second, an educational work, title not given, by Miss Lillian Dudley, Marion Center. The Judges were Dr. Cordley, George Gallaher, and Miss S. E. Crichton. Emporia News.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker, Winfield...
Cowley County Courant, July 6, 1882.
FOR RENT: Furnished rooms without or with board. Mrs. M. C. Tucker.
Mrs. (?) Tucker, Winfield...
Winfield Courier, May 17, 1883.
                                                     Notes of the Convention.
To Mrs. Tucker were assigned O. S. Munsell and wife of the Council Grove Republican.
Mrs. M. A. Tucker, Winfield...
Winfield Courier, April 17, 1884.
To Rent. Two nice furnished rooms pleasant and quiet, three minutes walk from Post Office or Brettun House. Mrs. M. A. Tucker.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker, Winfield...
Winfield Courier, June 26, 1884.
Mrs. M. C. Tucker left the COURIER, Monday, another illustration of the county’s currant proclivities, in a lot as red, plump, and luscious as could be wished for.

Minnie Tucker...
Winfield Courier, November 6, 1884.
MARRIAGE LICENSES. The following parties have been authorized by Judge Gans to commit matrimony since our last.
                                               Frank Young and Minnie Tucker.
Dr. Tucker, of Douglass...
                                                 STAR VALLEY. “DUFFY.”
Winfield Courier, Thursday, June 4, 1885.
Misses Sarah and Ollie Wilson are down with the diphtheria. Dr. Tucker, of Douglass, is tending the cases.


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