"..., a pioneer resident of Cherokee, died at his home at the age of 69, Fire at Akron completely destroyed three buildings including the Chris- tian church, a veterinary hospital and a livery barn. GlenEastman ... which Bhow- t-d signs of life, but which she wrap- ped In an old cloth and buried in a corner of the garden. Mull Carrier Ineligible. Sac II. Bodwell. rural mail currier out of Sac City, who recently n ... Oslrom completely destroyed three buildings. Brown's veterinary hospital, adjoining the livery barn on the west, was do- Btroyed, and the Christian church, on the east. Seven horses lost their lives ... ill was without any foundation. Mr'. Dunn's infant son is critically ill, and is not expected to live. Kiiiea by a i rain. Mason Blue, colored, a porter, was instantly ..."
"...to be a female that he should go As Nichols went it must been a YOUNG MAN DROWNED len Eastman Meets Death in River at Iowa Kstherrille Youth at Iowa Falls Is Drowned After Having the Ijife of a GlenEastman gave ... Eastman was born In Blackhawk and died at Iowa August being but 20 6 and ll days of He was the eldest son of and who reside just of this Glen and one of hissis ters were attending the Baptist con vention ... white throne of Kirehuer Earnest 76 years of died at the home of his brother Henry seven miles north west of Saturday of bronchitis He was born in and to America forty years He was a soldier in the French ... war and saw several years military service before coming to He never married and lived a life rather devot ing his time to reading and the cul of flowers and..."
"...of Cherokee, died at his home at the age of 69. Fire at Akron completely destroyed three buildings including the Christian church, a veterinary hospital and a livery barn. GlenEastman, of Estherville ... conducted by a number of French officers at Nice. The Idea, It seems, was suggested by the fate of the famous aviator, Rogers, who met death because a sea-gnll flew against htm and disturbed bis control ... announced himself as a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress in the Seventh district before the primaries next June. Mrs. Theodore N. Morrison, wife of the Episcopal bis'hop of Iowa, died ... at Mercy hospital at Davenport after a week's illness. She was married October 28, 1879, to Rev. T...."
GlenEastman, of Estherville, was
drowned In the Iowa river at Iowa
Falls in an effort to rescue a boy,
whose life was saved.
While in the act of hanging away
her bridal gown in her new home ... with the new force in warfare—
the aeroplane, is being- conducted by
a number of French officers at Nice.
The l d e a . i t seems, was . suggested
by the fate of the famous; aviator,
Rogers, who met death ... . , Schribner, a pioneer
resident of Cherokee, died at bis home
at the! age of 69.
Fire at Akron completely destroyed
three buildings including the Christian
churoh, a veterinary hospital and
a livery barn ... : Theodore N. Morrison, wife of
the Episcopal bishop of Iowa,- died at
Mercy hospital • at Davenport after a
"..., lad. Daring the last week the bridal party andout-of town guests enjoyed a continuous round of gayety. Glen B. Eastman, eldest son of Mr. id Mrs. C. E. Eastman, met death last itunlay evening ... The Estherville Enterprise. Volume XII. ESTHERVIXL,B, EMMET COUNTY, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, august 13, 1913. NtJMBBR 38 BO MEETS DEATH ty(, B. Eastaan Drowned in Iowa River at Iowa Falls. Lttending BAPTIST ... , was the following ation, which was taken as the text funeral services: "Blessed are r that do His commandments, that r may have right to the tree of life, I may enter through the gates into pity." Rev. 88:14 who were ... was the eldest son of Charles me and Abigal Beal Eastman. He � a Urge number of relatives to � hie untimely ..."
"...and daughter, Luella, drove to Estherville Friday. Jerry Blom marketed hogs in Estherville Saturday. Mrs. Maloney and Miss Edna were shopping in Estherville Saturday. Many of the friends of GlenEastman attended ... as Unck Kirchner passed away of old age last Saturday morning. Anderson brothers and Mrs. E. F. Koenecke Jiave been enjoying a visit from Mrs. Doile of St. Paul, Minn. Geo. Graham is reported sick at Nick ... . Louis hospital, also to a hospital in New Orleans but no cure was affected. On returning home I be gan taking Chamberlain's Tablets, and worked right along. I used them for some time and am now all right ... the funeral services held in Estherville Monday. His parents have the sympathy of all in their sad bereavement. I. N...."