Location: Peru Indiana

Biography of Thomas J. Mylet

Thomas J. Mylet, who through an active and prosperous business career has been identified with various lines which have contributed to general prosperity and advancement as well as to individual success, is now the president of the American Auto Supply Company of St. Louis and of a number of other business concerns of importance. He was born in Greenfield, Indiana, February 21, 1879. His father, P. F. Mylet, was a native of Ireland and was brought to the United States by his parents when but six years of age, the family home being established at Cincinnati, Ohio. There he resided

Trippeer, Joseph Erwin – Obituary

Death of Leading Citizen at Cove by Nellie R. Grace Mayor Trippeer, after a manful fight for life the past thirteen years, admitted defeat for the first time a few days before he passed on at Grande Ronde Hospital, Sept. 11, 1926. He was buried from Ascension Episcopal church, Rev. SW. M. Bradner officiating in Cove cemetery, Sept. 13, at 2 o’clock p.m. Honorary pallbearers, A. T. Hill, Frank Phy, Jas. Hutchison, Grover Duffey, F. F. Dean, L. R. Lay. Joseph Erwin Trippeer was born in Peru, Ind., Dec 5, 1856. Married Miss Alice Alexander, Dec 16, 1878, at Linneus,

Biography of Josiah B. McAfee, Rev.

Rev. Josiah B. McAfee was one of the remarkable men of the State of Kansas, and it would be difficult to mention any line of activity or notable development from early pioneer days without giving a full measure of credit to this honored citizen. All over the great expense of the commonwealth may be found the material results of his foresight, judgment and unselfish public spirit, and many of the established educational and religious institutions of the Sunflower State have incorporated in their usefulness the work of his willing hands, great brain and sturdy heart. The birth of Rev. Josiah