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THE LARNED EAGLE-OPTIC, 22 April 1892
Obituary of ORANGE FREEMAN TABER
The sickness of Mr. O. F. Taber has kept him bedfast for seventeen weeks. From the very first week it was thought that his attack was not only serious but almost fatal. Since then he has been hovering between life and death, with chances greatly in favor of the last named occurring. He has displayed almost miraculous physical vitality, and even now there are strong hopes being entertained by some that he will pass the
summer in fairly good health. He is cheerful and bright at all times, and in no way does his affliction baffle his encouragement for ultimate recovery.
Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf


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