These documents are from the Warren County, Mississippi probate records of Mississippi Emily (Strong) Folkes. The administratrix was her daughter Ida W. (Folkes) Smith.
This Administrator's Bond reads (in part):
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS:
THAT WE, Ida W Smith, as principal and L. A. Campbell as surety of the County of Warren and State of Mississippi, are held and firmly bound unto the State of Mississippi, in the penal sum of Five Hundred Dollars current money of the United State,) which payment, well and truly to be performed, we, and each of us, do hereby bind ourselves, our heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, jointly severally and firmly by those presents.
The document is signed by Ida W. Smith and L. A. Campbell:
The next page of the record refers to "The above named L.A. Campbell and Ida W. Campbell". I don't know if the latter is a mistake, written in place of "Ida W. Smith" or refers to a third individual.
I also don't know whether L.A. Campbell would be a friend or relative of the family or someone with a business connection to them.
For context, the parents of the deceased (M.E. Folkes) were Lyman Jairus Strong and Martha H. Green.
Her late husband was Edwin Warren Folkes, and their living children were Ida (Folkes) Smith (b.c. 1855), Lina Folkes (b. 1868) and Charlotte "Lottie" Folkes (b. 1871).
Who were L.A. Campbell and Ida W. Campbell (if the latter existed)?