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|Feb. 23, 1906
New Home Cemetery
The thirteen month old daughter of Jim Cummins and wife died Monday morning of pneumonia and was buried Tuesday at the Congregational cemetery. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of many friends. The death of little Inez Cummins, which occurred last Monday, seemed to sadden the whole community. She was singularly bright child but a baby 13 months old, and yet as matured looking as one twice her age. As we looked upon the beautiful, sweet face with its intelligent expression we could not think of her as a babe, but as a child, one who had already played a part on life's stage. Her dear cute little ways had so endeared her to the whole family that her death was deeply deplored. The little one seemed especially attached to her father and to him as well as to the devoted mother. This death has been a great shock. The bereaved parents and brother and sisters have the sincere sympathy of their many friends in this time of trial. "He shall gather the lambs with his arms and carry them in his bosom."
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