Mrs. Joseph Oberly
SUMMONED BY DEATH. OSCAR QTJIGLET. -ir Quiclev, of Palmyra, died "his morning at the Good i Sama itau hospital. Last week Quiglej was operate,! <& at his nonie for appendicitis appendicitis anJ ot. Monday was broitght to the liospital for treatment. Quig- lev was 20 years old nnd employed la the Id-eider shoe factory. He_ was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Quigley nnd was a member of the United Brethren church, being librarian of the Sunday school. He was well known nnd liked and his death is much regretted. regretted. HEXRY DAVID FOX. Henry David Fox, the 2 : year-old sou of Mrs. Hnttie Immel, formerly Fox, died Monday afternoon at the residence" residence" of Frank B. Carmany. in North Lebanon township.' Death was due to inflammation of the bowels. MRS. CLEMENTINA KELLER. Mrs. Clementina Keller, widow of the late Alvinus Keller, died Monday morning of general debility at her home, 534 Walnut street. She was 1 1 years old, n member of St. Mary's Catholic church and is survived by throe daughters, Mrs. Jacob Shney. Mrs. Joseph Oberly and Mrs. Samuel Kline. HENRY DAUB. Henry Daub died Saturday evening at his home, in South Lebanon township, township, of general debility. He was (3 years old and was a widower, being survived by n number of children. He was a member of Kimineriing's church.