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CHARLES GUNSAUL, COVERT MERCHANT, DIES, RITES SUNDAY COVKKT, Fil). 1--Charles Guiisaul, *J9, for itKtm 1 yoru 1 . 1 ; (he proprietor of D havdwau 1 iniri general si ore here, licd l;i(o l-'ruby n/U'i jitxo at liis llGIlll'. Mr. Gun.saul iv.i.s born at Gauges, near Sonili iLivi-n, and mine to I'm w i l l ) his (xuvnts during flourishing Hmibums; years. After the Awiili iÂ»i h:s Jnlhci lie took charge the .stni-o aiul puMoffice here, ni'tlug us j u u t m a M n 1 until the Wilson jul- j i u m s l i M t H H ) . Mr. Ginxsiuil j'eUivy-U'i'usui'iT of the Linden Hills resort iisscx'hilion. Surviving uiv ibe wife, Ella; n ([aiidiUT, Mrs. .1. l,. Calvin, Hartford, ;mu uvi iU'^iKiflnldrcn, George Flem- mmi! ntul JiiqiH'lmc 1 Calvin. Hartford. Funeral MMVH - O.S will tw held Sun(by u f l c i L i o o n at It o'clock licme, ihi* KIT. W. K. GoH/., pastor of liu 1 Ctm^iT^iUiomil church o f f i-hitint:. Hui-iLil will be in Covert tcry.