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W.H.H. Smith
The Mulhall Enterprise
Friday, August 21, 1903
Submitted by: Debby Cook

W.H.H. Smith, whose serious sickness has been referred to several times by THE ENTERPRISE, died at his home five miles west of Mulhall, Saturday evening, August 17th, and his body was laid in Roselawn cemetery on Sunday. Mr. Smith had reached the advanced age of sixty-seven years, and has been quite feeble for some time. The funeral was well attended by neighbors and friends, and was, by the request of the deceased, conducted by Mr. Harrington, a neighbor, who is a lay member of the M.E. Church. During his residence of about five years, Mr. Smith had made a good many friends.

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