Robert S. Moyer death

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and and his other sold delivered that but the, good U is OBITUARY the Ho - ROBERTS. MOYER. Robert S. Mover, proprietor of Seventh Ward hotel, died in the meopathic hospital on Sunday morning at 11.05 o clock, from the' result of in juries sustained while returning from a carriage drive. Death was due to a hemorrhage ol the brain, superinduced by a fractured skull He was 28 years, 11 months and 12 days of age. The accident, with its fatal result' oc. i curred on Wednesday evening , about 11.15, when Jlr. Moyer, after a drive with his wife, was returning the horse and carriage to the livery stable , of Frederick D. Bucher. In getting out of the carriage it tilted, and Mr. Moyer wan thrown to the ground. " Pedestrians in the vicinity came to his rescue and he was hurriedly taken to the Homeo pathic hospital in the ambulance. At 4 - V.A hnnnjnl a 41 . A U '"6 t UID "" injury, it was decided to operate Imme - dlatelyi wltn the resuit - that trephining - was resorted to. Mr. Moyer never re - and consciousness. ap - , ,f A,Q , ,, f , son of Daniel W. and Susanah (nee ;Yeak,ey) Moyeri He ljved ,n Reading f 2Q and wa candymaker by :" trade. ieconducted the Seventh Ward .m.hoW since July 1. 1907, after engaging o. jn tne restaurant business at Fourth aj and Bingman streets for six years, prior to wnicn time he was employed at Lu - - dcn - s candy factory ; Besides his parents and wife, Florence - 1 (me Levan), two daughters - Helen and bid ; Maude survive. Seven brothers and sis - him ters Howard, Harry, Allen, Edward, ac - , Marie, wife of Emil Kleinsmith; Daisy and Marguerite also remain. He was a member of the Liberty Fire ComDanv. the. - i! Muhlenberg Lodge, I. O. O. F., and the Reformed denomination. JOSEPH C. BRIGHT. Joseph C. Bright, head of the weil quiem Patrick in the is wife of John Schnlder, ' Prison received death of in ailing three store in years. township. widow.' her, of Cumru of the MRS. Martha

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 08 Mar 1909, Mon,
  3. Page 8

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