Abraham Kortkamp Funeral Announcement
Funeral of Abraharti"'Kortknmp. The funeral of Abraham Kortkamp was held -tills afternoon from lhe Korlkamp place cm the branch Whore services wdre conducted In the presence of a Inrge gathering of.friends, relalives and neighbors of deceased:' He has a 'very 'large, relatlrtmthip '•'In this and ndjblniug counties uTtcl'many of these were'present at'the -obsequies, HHlsboro, Bunker 'Hill, "St. Louis, Edwardsvillo and/ CoHi'n'flVllle being represented. -Rov. 'K. Ti. Gibson, pastor >of ' Ore ' First Presbyterian Church ofilciated, and'burial'tvaa In the City '-Cemetery. Moral offerings were numerous and beautiful. Mr. KOftkOmp "was one of tho active residents of this section when the coal mining industry of the branch was the biBROst industry in Madison County,'and he'was a fhiSlling part of the activities then. He was a 'man of fine principles and possessed a loyal heart, nnd-those who know him best regret, his passing, although they realize that he had lived a long life, and that the call which summoned him was after all only Nature inviting him to'eternal rest from worldly troubles. •••'•• The pall bonrers were Messrs. Michael Walters, Jacob P. Yungck, Nic Zerwns, Joshua Dixon, Frank Bower and .Tamos Wilson.