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THE LARNED EAGLE-OPTIC, 22 February 1901
Died of Consumption

George Hallett, a young married man about twenty-five years of age, died of consumption in this city early last Sunday morning. The remains were embalmed by E. T. Eggleston, and the body shipped Tuesday morning to Hillsboro, Indiana, his former home, accompanied by his wife.The deceased came to Larned early last summer for the benefit of his health, and was soon so much improved that he went to work for W. H. Gill. His health continued to improve as the weeks went by, and in the fall he sent for his wife, and when she arrived they established a home in this city. He apparently continued to get better until a few days before his death, when he took the grip, and the disease attacking his lungs, he sank rapidly and died as above stated. Mr. Hallett was a Mason and the members of Larned Lodge No. 167, A. F. & A. M., made all the necessary arrangements for embalming and shipping the body, and on Tuesday morning accompanied the remains to the depot and saw them properly started on their way to the old home. The
interment will be made at Hillsboro, Indiana.
Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf

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