Clipped From Williamsport Sun-Gazette
the name ISAAC B. MAI1 LAND DIED IN THF Passed Away in Kansas Thursday Evening-- Will Be - Brought Here. After a lingering illness, Isaac B. MaiUanJ, pietident ut lit Keeler of the E. Keeter Co.. died in Kansas Mo., Thursday evening. Mr. Keeler's health 'failed some months ago and last fall, accompanied by his Trife, he went to Arizona in i search of relief For the past t : he has been in Kansas City. L rrt "- body wril tie brought to city for interment and t r e m e n - ,_ _ ^ ,,.doss ra-gea^nts wi n ^ announce-* ai soon ^ i Scranton.~May*"l8"'i8G4" removing , . .. Â· - ..Â· Â· - . _ . . as they can be definitely determined, Isaac B. Maitland' wa* born in; j his youth with his parents to He was educated in the public schools i i ^ . n u u u u i a | Bloomlngtonfe111., and in 1881 took : h i n g boilermaTter's trade in Peoria, j n, __*,,), Â»,,, ~f_n,,_.,,.i Â»vÂ«-- blch he "followed there u n t j 1885, when, with his father, he [.east to Bellemte and began business i as a boiiermaker. ' Came~to Williarnsport- I In 1888 he came to this city as j leel)eT-fOT the E. K-eeler Co.. be-enme j its treasurer in 1893 and its general manager Ln 1900. He was a member of Trinity Episcopal church and of all the Masonic bodies. Mr. Maitland is survived by his r children. Mrs. W. E. Dayton, of TowaB33-r-k-Bgrtpn Maitland. Sarah A. Maitland andIKotim--tL_Maltland, all of this city.