Georger Grover Drowning
HIGHLANDERS DETRAINI.VG. DROWNED In Seven Feet Of Water After Falling In Well—George Grover, A School Teacher, Falls Head Downward Into Well, And Strangles To Death Indianola, Okla.. Sept. 25.—(Speciil.^ —Falling into a well, where ho had gone to draw a pail of vyater, Geargs Grover, who lived on the Will T. \A/alker farm, five miles sojth of hers, was drowned in seven feet of wat«r. Grover met death in a most• iininual manner. He Bllpped on ihi. luiiio <.f th<i well, TalUnK face dL)wnwa !(1. With his head downward he li-maJU -d in ihe water until t-tranBlcd to dtath He was missed from the house a«l unly fifteen mJnute« later hia luxly wjiii found in Ihe well. It wan liroimiit to the siirfnco and (her,- WUH nc tiace of life. There ne'v Iodic-ti.'iis of a rtrueele. which s'uiwa 11, .it tf w.i.-t not killed b.v the fall, but drowned utlir faJllnK into the well. Grover was twenty-six .venr.-i old and unBiarried. He v, as a .sehojl teacher by proife<'sion. an I wn.s In- strtictinB In a small school tnwn about two miles from his home. He. (luvea .i mother and father and ono. l.ioihcr, Percy Orovcr.