Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
McPHILIMY TO LEAVE HOSPITAL Friends of Harry S. McPhilimy of 11183 Grant street, well known local blacksmith, who had been employed in the plant of the Consolidated Lumber and Supply Company, and who had been undergoing'treatment in the Indiana hospital for a serious eye injury; will be pleased to learn he- will be discharged from the institution tomorrow. While working in the plant about two weeks ago, Han-y met with an accident in which his right eye and the surrounding tissues were , badly torn. When admitted in the hospital it was believed he would lose the sight of his eye. A delicate, but successful operation and careful treatment has improved the condition of the eye and Doctor H. B. Buterbaugh, the attending physician, now believes Mr. MoPhilimy will retain his sight. Several years ago Harry lost the sight of his left eye when a chip of steel penetrated the eye-ball.