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 - t H E $ E C A,T U. R R April Past monthly...
t H E $ E C A,T U. R R April Past monthly bureau of of agriculture condition to have been 1, 1903. In 1902, April averages for the of conditions' corresponding years ago averages Apr.l. 10-Yr. 81.0 82.0 72.0 83,0 AVK. 83.0 84.0 87.0 79.0 83.0 78.0 81.0 87.0 90.0 83.0 82,0 80.0 84.1 ert .to have been damaged during; the winter. · ' ·-.:.,,,-,' _,.1 oV,B which have been gen- rally killed or damaged, the fruit pros- iCH'is 1 are assuring. The outlook for apples In especially promising at this time. Some gardens have been made and early potatoes planted, but the work is backward. Stock has wint*"'ed well and Is uOw n good conditlor TO OFF INSTfiDCTIONS Anti-Hearst Men G-ot the Resolutions Committee of One Drunk. Sullivan, Ind., April 12.--The reason why resolutions endorsing: Haarst were not presented in the Hamilton township Democratic convention Saturday leaked out Sunday. The leader of the Hearst m o v e m e n t ' h a d prepared a lengthy set of resolutions, which he turned over to a Hearst man with Instructions to read SEASON. OEAf CAUSED BY CIMVERLBSS the resolutions In the convention. The anti-Hearst forces' learned of Mrs. ] Moses Sherman Soon Follows. Husband. ILL ONLY ONE WEEK. Always Well'Until'He Died Three Weeks Ago. the Intention to Introduce the resolutions in tbe convention, and set about to circumvent the Hearst crowd. The political bosses selected nine men who. by taking turns, flnr.Ily succeeded In setting the would-be loader of the resolutions d r u n k . Whil« the convention was In session the resolutions re_ader was slumbering peacefully and'did not sober up until the convention was over. (Rerleir Special Service.) Lake City, Ills., April 12.--:Mrs. Moses Sherman, who lived southwest o£ Lake City, died this morning of a broken heart. The doctor's certificate will say t h a t ' d e a t h was caused by bronchitis and apoplexy, but her friends know that her death was caused by the death of her husband about rnree weeks ago. WORRY AND GRIEF, From the time o£ hie death she wor- · ; , _ , , . _ rled and ffrleved over her loss contin-Mllstead of Weston. ually and her family and friends were not surprised when seven days ago Hhe became ill. Her Illness wag yro- nouuced bronchitis. She went down gradually until Monday night. wh«n she took a more serious turn and died suddenly Tuesday morning at about ·! o'clock. Mrs. Sherman was born in Ireland and came to the United States forty-eight years sgo. She WHS married to Moses Sherman In 1800 at Oxford, O. She came to Moultrle county with her huH- band at the close of the Civil war and has lived here since that time. She was always strons and well up to her laet Illness. EIGHT CHILDREN. Eight children survive Mrs. Sherman, four sons and four daughters; They are as follows: Joseph, Moses and June* Sherman of Lake City, John of Goldfield, la.. Mrs. John Morrison, Mr«. Henry Hoelscher and Miss Lena Blier- man of Lake City, and Mrs. Guy Covault of Maroa. The funeral services will be held fit 10 o'clock Thursday morning at St. Isadore's church. Sudden Death mt Atluta. Atlanta Ills., April 12.--Mrs. Louts* Mllstea'd, 'agod 70, died very suddenly Saturday at T p. m. at tho home of daughter, Mrs. Hnlli* Smith. Mr»: Milstead lived In Missouri lor twenty years, removing to this-place about a year ago. She leaves four children, namely: Mrs, Henry Nicholson, Tetter, la.; Henry and John W. Adams, and Hallie Smith, of Atlanta, and Frank eyes Ohio and the the Wednesday 35c 5 dozen Ladies' Muslin Night Gowns,

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  1. The Daily Review,
  2. 12 Apr 1904, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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