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THE WESTERN STAR, 9 March 1906
Harry Sherman Dead.

Many hearts in this county were saddened on Monday evening of this week when the wires flashed the sad news from Denver, Colorado, of the death in a hospital in that city of Harry Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sherman of this county. Full information in regard to Harry's sickness and death has not yet been received, but from a letter to Mr. Sherman from Denver by an acquaintance of Harry's it is learned that Harry took sick on Thursday of last week with mountain fever (similar to pneumonia) and soon becoming much worse, was taken to a hospital where, three days later, death ensued. The body is expected at Protection today. Interment will take place in the Protection cemetery. Rev. I. W. Bailey of the Baptist church will have charge of the funeral exercises. The Protection and Coldwater Odd fellows will assist in the burial services.

To the bereaved and sorrowing family the profound sympathy of the people od this county goes out in this hour of their sore trail and unexpected grief.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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