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 - TWO WELL KNOWN MEN PASS AWAY Felix Pflanzer and...
TWO WELL KNOWN MEN PASS AWAY Felix Pflanzer and Joseph' Holbrock Both Die at the Age of Fifty- Fiva Years. is Wetzel Compton Post Will Attend Felix Pflanzer'j Funeral In a Body— D:ath of tv/o Infants. Felix Pflauzsr, the well known vet- ron of the war of the rebellion died at ia home on Beaton between Second md: Third streetn at 8:27 Saturday night g»d 50 years. Ho attended the lale National encampment at Cincinnati nd came home qnllo ill. His malady oveloped into typhoid fever and death esulted. Mr. Pflanzer was born in Germany bnt came to this city early in life and had lived here for years. When the war broke out he was in Indiana and enlisted in the 32ad Indiana volunteers. Je was a brave soldier aud was lieuten" ant of his company. He was an ex post commander of Wetzel-Compton Post, No. 00, G. A. B. and at the time of his death was adjutant of the post. He was a brave soldier.a gallant gentleman, it true friend and a kind husband and fither. A widow and several children survive him besides a large circle of friends and comrades who DOW mourn his death. The funeral will tike place from tho late residence at 8:30 and from St. Mary's church at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning with, interment in St. Mary's cemetery. The G A E will attend in a body and will meet at the hall on High street at S o'clock tomorrow morning. The colors of ihe post are in mourning on account of the death,

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  1. The Journal News,
  2. 03 Oct 1898, Mon,
  3. Page 4

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