Sudden death of John Oister, Scranton Republican, 28 June 1905

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Sudden death of John Oister, Scranton Republican, 28 June 1905 - THE SUDDEN DEATH OF JOHN OISTER He Patted Away...
THE SUDDEN DEATH OF JOHN OISTER He Patted Away Yesterday Morning in a Garden in the Rear of His Daughter's Residence. Early yesterday morning the body of John Oister, a man aged about sixty - eight years, was found In an outhouse in a garden at the home of his daughter, daughter, Mrs. Gomer Williams, on Taylor street, Taylor. It appears that Oister had been In his usual health on Monday and retired at his regular hour. He was an early riser. The impression Is that he got up as usual yesterday morning, went to the outhouse and expired from an attack of heart failure. Dr. J. "W. Houser was summoned, pronounced Oister dead and reported the case to the coroner. .The coroner decided that in view of all the facts an inquest was unnecessary. Oister was a former resident of Mil - waukie, a blacksmith by trade and a veteran of the rebellion. A family of nine children survive him, all grown. The funeral services will take place tomorrow morning, the cortege leaving leaving the house at 10 o'clock. Interment will be made in the cemetery at Mil - ' waukie. How to Get There. to of in in

Clipped from The Scranton Republican28 Jun 1905, WedPage 3

The Scranton Republican (Scranton, Pennsylvania)28 Jun 1905, WedPage 3
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