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I Port Clio ton last ..Sunday mor a .-.New York Central.. train. He
is wife, formerly Miss
also proposed to make a tour of the Eastern resorts before returning home. Major Aikens was taken suddenly ill shortly alter leaving Port Cli
wire a she could and at Eivrfa
;aken from the
ospitai, wnere eve
wm clone for hi . m., Sunday
Major Aikens was
ia Pennsylvania. He was a lawyer by profession and was intensely patriotic.
e served in the Pennsylvania Nation
was stationed here for a time He also
served as District Attorney of Lewi- town, Pennsylvania, and gave excell¬ ent satisfaction'
sea sec! was a member or in erian church and was a Mason a member of the Eiks and the On June 7th he was married Grace Wldeman and the proved a very happy one. fie
! voted to his wife end expected
! cate here permanently in his wile would be here with ants and friends. His death regretted.by his friends.
The body was brought here Monday morning and taken to the home o wite's parents. The funeral was Wednesday afternoon from the M, if etiurch. Rev. Mr, Kennedy conductis the service. The body was es the grave by the local Masonic lodge.
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