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T S urks 40 DEATH TAKES ANDREW XDHLMAN Was Machinist at Niles Shop 35 Year*--Held F. O. E. Offices Andrew Kuhlman, 6r., 61, one the most well known machinists thÂ« city and prominent |n the teraal Order of Eagles and Monkey Mutual Aid society, died at his home at Second and Vine streets, Tuesday st 6:15 p. m,, of complications complications following an illness of about a year. Born anct reared In Hamilton lived here all his life. Known for his kind and charitable disposition, Hie death of Mr. : .uhlman is blow to his numerous relatives friends. He attended the St. Stephen parochial school and was a of the St. Stephen church. For years he was employed, as a machinist at the Niles Tool Works for 10 years was employed In the same capacity ati the Hooven- Owens-RÂ«ntschler Co. HÂ» had been ailing for the year but for the past nine weeks was bedfast. Loving care of the immediate family and all that medical science could admimter was glvÂ«n him during his illness,He illness,He is survived by the bereaved widow, Mrs. Emma Kuhlman, two sons, Erven Kuhlman and Andrew Kuhlman, Jr., a daughter, Mrs. Walt*r Bosch; six grandchildren; two brothers, John Kuhlman and Ambrose Kuhlman.all of Hamilton, and a sister, Mrs. William Wagner, of Norwood. Funeral services will be hrtd from the home Friday at 8:30 and from tho St. Stephen church at 9 a. m. Interment will be In Stephen cemetery. Friends may call Thursday afternoon and evening. evening.