Clipped From The Daily Chronicle
Died Yesterday.' Mrs. Frank Newhall after a brief ill-neaa ill-neaa ill-neaa died at her home south of town Monday afternoon, Jan.. 4, 1807. : The funeral will be bold tomorrow at half past ten at tbe honso and at one o'clock at the church in Malta. For aome time the deceased had suffered suffered from asthma but less than a week ago waa aa well aa ab had been for 1" V I monina. iveanoaaay sne compwina or severe pains In ner right lung and this trouble resulted ia her death. She was about forty five years of age and tbe mother of three children, two of whom, a boy and girl bad grown to manhood and womanhood and tbe third ajittle girl about five years old. TheaeSwith the husband are left of the family to mourn tbe loss of one of its dearest members. 1 Mrs. Newhall 's irrrshand is a comun of Messrs- Messrs- G. H. and H. B. Gurler and Mrs. Snow of thia place.