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 - - - i. mil n Passed Away in Seattle of Heart...
- - i. mil n Passed Away in Seattle of Heart Trouble. KNOWN TO MANY HERE. Mrs. John Frazee, Resident Here When Miss Lilly Raymond, Died Snnday hi Marion. Dr. A. P. Mitten, well known in i Huntington and Columbia City by the older residents, died this morning at 7:30 at Ms nome in seaiue, auer au acute illness of two weeks with heart trouble. He had been in declining health a couple of years and spent last winter in South California for! hl,s impaired health. . I 1 1 . 1 T. U. - nnn Akin elvtv. ! DUrfl ill .'11. VCIUUII, vmu, oiavj - five years ago, Mr. Mitten came with his parents to Warren in 1847, and removed to Huntington in 1852, the old Mitten homestead - still standing at the corner of Guilford and Tipton Street. During his residence here young Mr. Mitten studied medicine with Drs. D. S. Leyman and A. H. Shaffer. In 1868 he located in Columbia City, where he married a daughter of Dr. Linville, who died a number of years ago. A son of that union is Frank L. Mitten of Seattle, associated in recent years with his father in real estate business. After thirty - five years' residence In Columbia City, Dr. Mitten" went .west, having been attracted by opportunities in the new northwest. By his activity in his profession and In poll - tics, Dr. Mitten became a prominent man on the coast He held an appointment in the consular service and later held the office of city treasurer of Seattle and collector of the port. He had to resign the latter position Several years ago on account of ill health. He married Mrs. Sarah Draz - eraet Haskinson at Centralia, Wis., October 22, 1890. To this union two children were born, Robert L. and Neona. His last wife is also Hving. Brothers and staters living are Mrs. George Bailey, Mrs. D. S. Leyman, Miss Ladocia and L. C. Mitten of this city, John of Rochester, N. Y., and James of Kansas City, Mo. A couple of years ago, Mr. Mitten developed a weak heart, and the affliction gradually grew on " him despite every effort made to counteract the ailment. Interment will probably be at Seattle. MRS. JOHN FRAZEE. Mrs. John Frazee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Raymond of Frederick street, died Sunday evening at 7:30 -

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  1. The Huntington Herald,
  2. 13 Jun 1910, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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