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The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, February 15, 1900
Page 4, column 5
          Mrs. Rebecca Eck, Thursday, in Squire Wright's, Brandywine township court, compromised her two suits against  James Ricketts, one on account and the other a paternity proceeding, she receiving $200.  Attorney John A. Tindall represented Ricketts and Attorney Chez Mrs. Eck.

Thursday, January 4, 1900
Page 7, column 3
          Constable Farrell last evening went to Moral township and arrested  James Ricketts on a paternity charge preferred against him by Mrs. Jennie German-Eck, who has been keeping house for Ricketts, he being divorced.  Ricketts was placed in jail last night and this morning was taken before Squire Andrews, where he waived examination and gave bond for his appearance in court January 15, in the sum of $350.  He is represented by Tindall & Tindall.
Submitted by Barb Huff

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