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|The Cimmeron Valley Clipper|
|Vol. 19, No. 23, Thursday, Oct. 23, 1919|
Miss Pearl Fansler died at the home of her sister, Mrs. E.A. Ferguson, at Oklahoma City, Sunday morning at 4:30. Funerals services were held at the Baptist church in Coyle Tuesday, conducted by Rev. Mansfield of the First Baptist church of Oklahoma City, after which interment was made in Coyle cemetery.
Pearl had been a patient sufferer for several years, being afflicted with fibroid tumors, which finally developed into numerous cancers. During these years there was times when her suffering was almost unbearable, yet there never was a time when she did not meet he misfortune bravely and with wonderful patience. While frail in body, we never before saw the courage she possessed.
On the 28th of last month she was taken to Oklahoma City where the best medical aide in the state was secured but nothing could be done except to relieve her sufferings as much as possible. The end came peacefully and she was ready and willing to go.
The deceased leaves to mourn her loss a mother, two sisters, two half brothers, aunts, uncles, cousins and other relatives besides a host of friends whose sympathy was gratefully received by he family.
Mrs. E.J. Garner and J.F. are here this week from Whichita, being called here by the illness and death of Pearl Fansler.
The family wish to thank the good people of Coyle fir the assistance rendered and kind sympathy extended at the death and burial of Pearl Fansler.
FARM FOR RENT;
An 80 acre farm to rent, fairly well improved. Possession at once. Also have five good milk cows, feed and other things will sell to renter if wanted. Am leaving the farm and must make deal at once. Inquire at Clipper office, or see Mrs. C.A. Fansler.
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