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SAMUEL BOLANDER DIES ATAGEOF EIGHTY-EIGHT
Succumbs at Son's Homo Prospect, Early Today.
HAD PASSED ENTIRE
LIFE IN THIS COUNTY
Funeral at U. B. Church in Mari¬ on Monday Afternoon at 2 O'Clock—Burial Here.
Prospect, O., June S—[Special]— Samuel Bolander, a well known resi-! dent' of Marlon county, died at the home of his son, Thomas E. Bo¬ lander, at this place this morning at >'l .o'clock, at the age of'■eighty-eight years. His death was due to the infirmities of age.
Mr. Bolander had spent most of his life on a farm in this county and upon retiring moved to Marion, where he continued to reside until a number of years ago, when he made' his home with his chifdren. Ho had been with his son at Pros¬ pect about four years and two years ago suffered a stroke of paralysis and had since been almost helpless.
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