Clipped From The Republican and Times
to Iowa be- over l Ask DEATH STILLS LIFE OF LINN PIONEER Mrs. Sarah Wiseheart Passes Away at Center Point. Center Point, April 6. Special: Mrs. Sarah Wi^cheart, an old resident of Washington township, and for several years of Center Point, died 1 her home here on April 3 after illness lasting several weeks. Funeral services weie held at M. E. rhurch on Wednesday at conducted by Rev. William Wilson Toddville, with interment in the Center Point cemetery, where the funeral ceremonies of the Rebekah lodge were conducted by Blue Bell lodge .No. 93, of which the deceased was a member. Sarah Floyd, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob L. Floyd, was born Ol.io May 2, 1861, and came with larente to Linn county in 1855. where she has since resided. She married to John Wiseheart in 1879. Mr. Wiseheart died a few years She is survned by an adopted daughter. Miss Sadie Floyd, several brothers and sisters and other relatives and friends.