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who Meuse. remarked that witness were o? $250 a 'only un- re- surf vive: Annie. Charles. Elizabeth. Gilbert. Gilbert. Louise and Irene. Funeral on Monday morning at 10 o'clock at the house. Interment at Rose Hill. Jacob S. Eakle Jacob S Eaokle, a well known, rest-, dent of this city, died at the home his son, Roy S. Eakle. 610 North pect, ^T4St _ on SÂ£tsfÂ£*y morning of general debiliV- M r - Bsifl have been 81 years old on October next. He had been in failing health for the past three years. He was son of the lajfce Martin and Catherine j Suavely Eakle. who were residents of Eakle's Mill. Mr. Eakle was in the; merchandising business for five years at Fairview and at Ringgold for five' years. He then moved to a farm Eakle's Mills, where he lived for 14 years. From the farm he moved to '' Hagerstown and accepted a position j with the Pen-Mar Distilling Company, being manager of the Hagerstown i store for 15 years. He joined the sonic Order at Sharpsburg. and was i a member of the Trinity Lutheran j Church. Surviving are two sons. Mar- tin W. Eakle. Walkersville and Roy S. E-akle. Â·Â·pharmist at the Rudy drugj store; sister. Mrs. Jennie Shafer. Bal-; timore. grandchildren. Walter 32. man, Mrs. Mary D. Beard and Mrs. j Orvetta Beard, of Hagrestown, Gladys! E. Eakle and Mary Isabelle Eakle. j both of Walkecsville. Four great j grandchildren also survive. j Funeral this afternoon, services i i at the house at 1.30 o'clock by Rev. Dr. J. S. Simon; interment at Keedysville. Keedysville.