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THE WESTERN STAR, 14 July 1911
Obituary of ORA HARDY
Ora Hardy, aged about 21 years, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hardy, formerly of this county but now of Macksville, Kans., died at St. Francis hospital in Wichita on last Friday morning July 7. As noted
previously in these columns, he had been sick for several months with pneumonia and later with typhoid fever. Not long since his condition became so much better that hopes for his recovery were confidently entertained. But he took a relapse a couple of weeks ago and was taken
to the hospital. He rallied and seemed hopeful again, but his condition became much worse Thursday night and death soon followed.

Ora was a spendid young man, full of energy, ambition and hope for a long and useful life, hence his untimely death brought the keenest sorrow to relatives and friends. Dr. Basham, the attending physician in Wichita,
states that death was due to perforation of the bowels, following typhoid. Funeral services were held and interment was made at Macksville, Kans.

Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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