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 - ono witii sul)" bng- ; N a - j Death of James...
ono witii sul)" bng- ; N a - j Death of James Weir. Jameb Weir, of Garrett count*, at his home a few miles noin L-ona- coning Thursday afternoon. Mr. \\eir was born in Weshaw. Scotland, in 18-10. He came here early in life .and when the civil war broke out lie joined Company A. Second Mar\land unteeib. and served three jears. He pauicipatt-d in several general engagements and was on Hunter s He dim coal the greater part life. His wife and seven children sur- V f v e ' h i m . They are: Hush. Thomas and Walter, Mi-» Rhoda Peter .Na- Thomas and Baiter, .MI-* a t l ^ r i ! j a mes Smith and Mr... Deceased was a member of Me m . i p h e r s o n Post. G. A.'R.. 2 j 109 . A rmv and Navy Union which or ganizauons will attend hit, tuneral \ morrow at 11 o'clock. Interment · nl p hi ] O s cemetery. A\ Cbternport i james Timmany, of Moscow, vrii 20 to Nebraska soon. · Members of the Army and Navj Union having uniforms are expectec to sene on the firing squad at th« the preacii Sun J C i, c ui i *..*, ...._,, _.,--.. f r ai of .James Weir Sundav alter this j They will report at Mechanic a Lonacomns. at 2 i m. o f « Mrs . j. K Crabtree wa^ in Cumber g orn to Mr. and Mrs. John Barto so ·- lon ol Frostburg Wednesday, a i. ~ . . »-.^| HI imsr i ^..,«»·*. Thompson. laml t h e other day n o , Fred Shriber. of Frostlmrg enhst- in the regular arrm in Cumber- » » v i «.--- « - . Mrs Ferdinand Symon and daush- ot ball Oper.i Ine Mrs. Uzzie uroaenth. ui -. John | W as in Lonaconing yesterday pi i Mrs. Annie Brady, or e r n a n y m n a for (er F anl ii e . went to Cumberland on ami Joseph Laird. Sr., is vor. ill at honie on Jackson street. Mrs Mary Jones, of \\atercliffe, ,^ s ^ ^idiand the guest of Mrs. Lizzie Flanagan, yesterday .Mrs. John Marley, of Railroad st.. was visitins; her mother-in-law. Mrs. Kiien Martin, of Pefcin. who is ver 511. . Mrs. Lizzie Brodenck. of yos.tenlay. New Blacksmith j Desire to announce 10 the .--_. Pearl.' thal i i Klve . opened a general black- Gils m j t hlnff and horse-shoeins: biisines' Mrs . in the s h O n recently occupied n Jos · rjeef-r. Prices reasonable. TM"\\ Luar anioed. George \V. rtnnV i»-u a

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  1. Cumberland Evening Times,
  2. 15 Feb 1908, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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