C. Eakle Dead

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C. Eakle Dead - C, EAKLE DEAD AT MODESTO Affliction Again...
C, EAKLE DEAD AT MODESTO Affliction Again Visited on an Estimable Family, Hit Health Had Been Failing for About Threi Years, Bat Death Came Unexpectedly. MIsa Efelher of Modesto. Amos Bakle, who lives near Woodland <» a half- brother. Mr. Bakle was tor yeara one of Yolo county's substantial and respected citizens. He WAS correct in bis habits, devoted to his family, unassuming in prosperity and bravo in adversity. He had been a member of the Christian church for many years, was pleasant In bla intercourse with others, and waa affectionately known as "Kit" all over the county. The removal of the family was greatly regretted, and they departed with" the best wishes of the community. They .return, sorrow- laden, tint all that friendship, that has stood tho test of years can do to lighten their burdens will be done. FIREWORKS MAN INJURED. This has been a year ot sorrows for the family of Christian Eakle. On the day ot the year's birth the life of J. B. Eakle, a son of the family, tragically ended. A, tew weeks later there waa a fire In tho home of C. Bakle, at Modesto, in which little Helen Tilden, a granddaughter, lost her life. Then fire destroyed the residence and business property of Q. V. Eaklo, a son, In Nevada. Now Is announced the death of Christian Eakle, father ot the family. —Mr. Bakle was a sufferer frdm Brlght's disease, and had been ailing for about three years. A fatal termination of that disease Is always in prospect, but no one thought that It would so soon finish its work in Mr. Eakle's case. He died about 11 o'clock Sunday night at hls^orae near Modesto. His daughter, Mrs. Warren Brown of Woodland, had intended leaving this morning on a visit to her parents, but was stayed by the telegram announcing her father's death. As the body Is to be brought to Woodland for burial, she will remain here. Mr. Eaklo was a native ot Jackson county, Tennessee, and was 71 years old on the 10th of last April. He came to California and to Yolo county in 1859, engaged in farming near Woodland, and.lived here continuously up to three years ago, when he and his family removed to Modesto. On October 10, 1864, he wns married to Miss Margaret Edrlngton, who survives him. Four sons and six daughters of the union are living—Mrs. George Howard and Mrs. Warren Brown of Woodland, Q. V. and Roy But one accident of consequent marred the big celebration on the Fourth, and that occurrred about 9:3C o'clock In the evening, when Charles Seabey of Sacramento, in charge of th fireworks, was Injured by a rockel Mr. Seabey had been sent over her by the Capital Candy, and Cracke Company, which firm furnished th firework* He had been conductln the display for about half an hou when a detective 8-pound rocket was sent off. A knot in the stick is th supposed cause of its faulty action It went up a few feet, curved down ward, struck tho ground, bounced an hit Mr. Seabey on the right leg be low the knee, breaking the tibia. The wounded man waa taken to th Woodland sanitarium, where he was treated by Drs. Ward and Joyce. H was nblo to return to Sacramento Sua day morning. Farmers, mechanics, railroaders, la borers rely on Dr. Thomaa' Eclectr Oil. Takes the sting out ot cuts, burns or bruises at once. Pain cannot sta where it la need. The City Laundry call* tor and delivers laundry. Leave orders at th Ariel candy store, telephone 1001, o with J. A. Wood, agent tf A top given away with children shoes at Groh's. je24tf Eakle ot Mazuma, Nov., Mrs. John Martin of Butto county, Mrs. E. M. Tilden of Richmond, Mrs. W. T, Head of Monterey, and Lewis, George and 1111111 MM It t IH 111 I lit 1 1 Care of , and 15 cent Lawns AT 6 14 111 and 25 cent Lawns

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  1. Woodland Daily Democrat,
  2. 06 Jul 1908, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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    janicew – 22 Feb 2013