A. B. SNOW.
A. B. Snow...
Winfield Courier, November 1, 1877.
The republicans of Omnia Township, at their primary meeting last Saturday, nominated the following as their ticket at the approaching election.
W. H. Gillard, trustee.
Peter S. Loy, justice of the peace.
Eleazer Henthorn and A. B. Snow, constables.
Mr. Messenger, treasurer.
We failed to get the name of township clerk.
They had a large and enthusiastic meeting, and will elect the ticket nominated. Mr. Enos Henthorn, one of the best citizens of the township, was chairman of the meeting.
Winfield Courier, November 15, 1877.
TOWNSHIP OFFICERS ELECTED.
Omnia—W. H. Gillard, Trustee; R. W. Pester, Treasurer; G. B. Darlington, Clerk; W. Savage, F. A. Henthorn, Justices; A. J. Henthorn, A. B. Snow, Constables.
Winfield Courier, May 18, 1882.
A Big Picnic.
The A. O. U. W. Society of Winfield are making arrangements for a grand basket picnic in Riverside Park, May 25th. Twenty-five neighboring lodges have been invited, special trains will be run, and a general good time indulged in. The following committees have been appointed.
Devotional exercises: Revs. Platter and Cairns.
Reception: J. S. Mann, W. R. Davis, J. F. McMullen, C. A. Bliss.
On grounds: Wm. Hodges, A. B. Snow, B. F. McFadden, John Burroughs, S. G. Gary, Wm. Caton, T. J. Harris, D. Dix.
On music: W. C. Carruthers, B. F. Wood, G. S. Manser, Chas. Green.
On Finance: B. M. Legg, A. D. Hendricks, J. N. Harter, H. S. Silver.
On invitations: E. T. Trimble, W. J. Hodges, G. F. Corwin.
On Printing: A. B. Sykes.
The committees are hard at work perfecting arrangements, and intend making this a memorable event in the history of their Society.
Winfield Courier, January 4, 1883.
Winfield Lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W., held its regular election of officers on Friday, December 29, 1882, with the following result.
M. U., C. C. Green.
F., W. J. Hodges.
O., A. B. Snow.
Rec., E. F. Blair.
Fin., J. F. McMullen.
R., G. S. Manser.
G., S. J. Hepler.
O. W., J. E. Snow.
I. W., B. M. Legg.
Trustee, W. J. Hodges.
Representative, D. M. Legg.
Winfield Courier, July 31, 1884.
The following resolutions were presented and accepted at the regular meeting of Winfield Lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W., on Friday evening, 25th inst.
WHEREAS, It has pleased Divine Providence to call from the earth little Mable, daughter of our worthy P. M. W., C. C. Green;
Resolved, That we, the members of Winfield Lodge No. 18, A. O. U. W., hereby tender the sincere sympathy of this lodge with our Brother and family in their great affliction.
Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of this lodge, and also a copy be furnished each of our county papers for publication.
A. B. Snow, S. G. Bishop, Lewis Conrad, Committee.
Winfield Building and Loan Association.
Winfield Courier, Thursday, January 15, 1885.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of this association was held on Monday evening with a fair attendance. The reports of the secretary and treasurer were read, exhibiting in detail its affairs. From these reports it appears that there has been loaned by the association on bond and mortgages $11,750, secured by first lien on productive real estate in each case of more than double the amount of the loan. The association has three series running and aggregating about 450 shares, and opened a fourth series on the first of January, upon which nearly a hundred shares have already been subscribed. It was shown that the profit on the first series for three years, since it was first taken, amounted to $26.50 on the investment of $36.00, and on the second series, upon an investment of $24.00, $6.50 for two years, and on the third series, an investment of $12.00 for the past year, a profit of $1.75. The stock is paid in monthly installments at $1.00 per share. The institution is growing finely and is a befit to Winfield in building houses and in furnishing a safe and profitable way of investing monthly savings. The new board of directors consists of W. C. Robinson, A. B. Snow, C. F. Bahntge, J. F. McMullen, C. E. Fuller, J. P. Short, J. S. Mann, J. W. Connor, and A. T. Spotswood.
The Board met on Tuesday evening and elected their officers for the coming year: President, J. S. Mann; Vice President, J. W. Connor; Treasurer, Henry Goldsmith; Secretary, J. F. McMullen. Subscriptions to the fourth series may be made at the secretary’s office on 9th Avenue.
A. B. Snow...
Winfield Courier, Thursday, July 23, 1885.
J. F. McMullen, S. G. Crawford, Dick Silvers, A. B. Snow, Dave Dix, W. L. Pridgeon, J. E. Snow, and Tom Harris went to Dexter Thursday to do some special work in the A. O. U. W. There will be a street parade and an installation.
A. B. Snow...
Winfield Courier, Thursday, August 27, 1885.
The following are the real estate transfers filed in the office of Register of Deeds since our last issue.
Harvey C McCaleb et ux to A B Snow, w hf se qr 36-31-6e: $1,000
A. B. Snow...
FIGURES WON’T LIE!
Winfield Courier, Thursday, October 29, 1885.
The reporter mounting a steed sallied forth early Friday morning to take an inventory of the improvements and new buildings which have gone up since the season opened, and the ones under construction at the present time. Being rushed, we are satisfied many have been overlooked. The valuation given is below the market value rather than above. The following list we know will surprise our own citizens.
A. B. Snow, residence: $1,200.00
A. B. Snow. [Also J. E. Snow.]...
Winfield Courier, Thursday, December 10, 1885.
The following officers were elected for the ensuing year at the meeting of Cowley Legion No. 16, S. K. of A. O. U. W., last night. P. S. C., J. E. Snow; S. C., W. G. Seaver; V. C., T. J. Harris; L. C., C. H. Cleaves; R., J. F. McMullen; R. T., A. B. Snow; T., C. A. Bliss; M., C. E. Steuven; S. B., Dr. C. C. Green; J. W., S. H. Crawford; S. W., E. F. Blair; G., David Dix. The installation will occur on the evening of the first meeting in January.
WINFIELD DIRECTORY 1885.
Snow A B, manager, lumber, 1112 Main, res 1321 Manning.