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THE WESTERN STAR, 22 November 1912
Obituary of DR. A. P. HARRISON
Dr. A. P. Harrison Dies in Wichita.

Dr. A. P. Harrison died at 7:40 p.m. yesterday, November 21, 1912, at the St. Francis hospital in Wichita. He was brought to Wichita last Saturday from Mineral Wells, Texas, where he was taken about 6 weeks ago. His condition had been critical for some time and death was not unexpected. The cause of his sickness and death was thought to be some form of stomach and liver trouble. We are without particulars as to the plans for burial, but we understand that the body will be taken to Missouri, the home of his youth, for burial.

Dr. Harrison came to this city from Danville, Harper county, Kansas, about two years ago and began the practice of his profession. He won many friends and had built up a good practice when, about 6 months ago, his health began to fail. He was a good citizen, a faithful husband and father and a true neighbor and friend. He was in the prime of his age at the time of death, being about 39 years. He leaves a wife and two children, Minerva, aged 6 and Maderia, aged 4, to mourn his loss. To them the sincere sympathy of many Comanche county friends goes out at this time in their great bereavement.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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