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 - a r e t or lowers fat '£ cents for w«ek 25 to...
a r e t or lowers fat '£ cents for w«ek 25 to eteady. re- eood to 21.00; fair 500; 14.00 11.00; sheep ewe* 4XJO 20.M; pigs Mrs. Anderxon's many friends here 11 be saddened by the. news. Albert a liewilt fcatb at ii :50 Friday evenlue claim- a well known mill mau. Albeit H. wilt at hit home 1004 Sixth slrwl r. Hewitt was taVe seriously iil U)t Ulday evening with pueunionla a ber compllcationi. lie bore liU Ulm 30--Cattle steady,: steady; few r plrs stags 2,009 lower 7.00 ewes 5.00 @ 9.50. receipts advanc- weigh S 20.00 heavy pack 17.00: par 1625; pigs compared wit steers an tin lib great patience aail a[E ttiat luedt- 1 aid auj lovlo; hanUa could do was but he could not get well anil Ith^roHejl arvl lorjng words for hta 1uni ^'°- ml!y bis efes closed la everlaadu^ Albert H. Hewitt was born la .4mc*- ivrn, Aluens Co. lie was th« ion of rlon and Marr BrooUs Hewitt. When bo.r of elfrlit II* iments caipe lo i-loto county l" ihtf un Btx Kim. Ir. icwlit hail worked In tbe steel inlHd i Portsmouth for forty^lgbt years, arlnt wortnl lu Ibc old Gaylord Mill t front and W3Ebia£[on streets, u!r^ I Ihe Burgess Steel Co., on Third [adlsoa streets, and then belped Lo uilti tbe Wbiliktr-dlMJtier plant 31 r. levrltt waa a roller and at tbe time hit death wan a nilU«rlcM for Wblt: er-Cilessner. Mr. Hewitt was of congcutat personality niaklt with all tbosc he cuuic In con- act He was industrious to a fault. led and lOTtnc father Is gone, a place ? ] vacant that can never be fllleJ. Hi earm a devoted wife IYDQC'.III K iMTltt and four children Pearl K. Hewitt. Mary Hewitt. Ralph Hewitt and Flora Hcvillt aud tx grandchildren, Albert. Harold. Tlielrua, Cbar- otte, (jladrg and Homer ' Hewitt. A trother Robert Hewitt, and two slutcra Sirs. William Heltz. of Ixul»Tillc, Ky.. id Katie Hewitt of' Iniiiaiupolls, In.1. Funeral will he held Monday afternoon at the home. nev. Charles OaVIcy officiating. J«ta Pattoo ntcut, much t»

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  1. Portsmouth Daily Times,
  2. 30 Aug 1919, Sat,
  3. Page 5

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