Harrison Kennedy obit 11 feb 1907
FOLLOWS HUSBAND TO LAID OF PEACE Mrs, Friel Lives But Two Weeks Alter Death's Separation. HARRISON KENNEDY DIES Aged Ones Called From Suffering and Loneliness Many Homes Made Sad. Mrs. Sarah Jane Friel followed In the wake of her husband only about two weeks. Her death came Sunday morning at the home of Mr. ind Mrs. John Trovinger at 119 East State street after several weeks' Illness. Two weeks ago last Wednesday Edward Edward Friel of Simpson died at his home and at that time Mrs. Friel was too 111 to go to the funeral, which was held at the home to permit her to attend. Although she has boon sick nearly three weeks before this she was not in any serious condition, until last Monday when she was moved to this city to the home of John Trovinger on East State street where her death occurred about 9 Sunday morning. She suffered from paralysis of the bowels. Mrs. Friel was born in Wayne county. county. Nov. 23. 19.11, and came here fifty years ago. She has lived many years in the home near Simpson. Her marriage to Mr. Friel took place In April 1854. All of their children are deceased but they claimed Mr. Trovinger almost almost as a son because he lived with them many years. Short funeral services will be held at the residence 119 State street Tuesday Tuesday morning at 9:15. The party will then go to the White church where the funeral proper will be held at 10:30. Rev. C. D. Rarey will officiate. Interment will be In the cemetery near by. had been a resident of the county since the forties. Seventeen years he has lived In a little home on the Goshen road north of the city and has reared a large family. He was born Oct. 2, 1825, in Virginia and came here when nbout twenty years old. A few years after his coming to this county he was married to Miss Susan C'ussard who has been his companion and who survives him. There are four sons and one daughter who survive him. They are Morgan Kennedy, who stays with his parents, James Kennedy Kennedy of Iafayotte, Mrs. Elmer Pressel of this city, Charles Kennedy and Ar - vllle Kennedy of this city. Funeral Bervlres will lie held at the residence at 2::i0 Tuesday afternoon. Itev. J. A. Ileatty will officiate. Inter ment will be in the people's cemetery RU66LES MIXES IN CASE WHILE IRON IS HOT A good story Is told concerning a lawsuit in Squire Caleb Anderson's court last week In Troy township, Whitley county, In which one of the parties grabbed hold of something too hot to handle. It Is alleged that J. J. Ruggles brought suit against Lyman Hell concerning a horse and that each pleaded his case In his own manner, until one Intimated In no uncertain uncertain language that hlsopponent was a falsifier of the deepest dye. Right there is where trouble started. One grabbed n red hot iron off the stove and It Is alleged that Squire Anderson and Constable Sherman James made sudden but useless moves to prevent a calamity useless because the hot handle seared a big red scar across the palm of the belligerent man's hand, causing him to drop the iron and dance In agony. So far as known the "boss case" Is not settled yet. MILEAGE BOOKS ON SALE FOR UNION TRACTION LINE Inicrchnngenhlc mileage books good on thirty - five different Interurban electric railroads in Indiana, Ohio and Michigan were placed on sale at the Inieruii'.an station here Thursday.