Mr. Sam Burdotto, a resident of this place, while returning homo from Booth, late last Saturday night, met a horrible death on tho W. & L. E. liy. a mile and a half west of town, As he was alone "'0 one- knows how the accident occurred. The body, which was horribly mangled, was discovered about 5 o'clock Sunday morning' by Chas. Cole, while on his way to Toledo. The coroner and under¬ taker were at once summoned, but identification was possible only by the fragments of clothing that remained. Tho funeral, which occurred Tuesday, was largely attended. The remains wTere interred in tho Catholic cemetery at Momineetown. Tho deceased leaves a wife and six children besides numer¬ ous other relatives and friends to mourn his loss.
—Samuel Hurdette, a resident of Cur¬ tice, this county, was killed by a Wheel¬ ing train, near Booth, Lucas county, Saturday evening. Three freight trains passed over bis body during the night, and bis head and an arm were missing when the body was found. lie leaves a wife and six small children.
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