Loro Clark obituary

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Believe her first name is Lora not Loro
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Friday, August 21, 1908
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After a short illness of only a few days, Loro Clark, the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Clark, passed away Saturday night at the home of her uncle in Austin, where she had been taken for medical treatment.

About a week before she was about the yard and accidentally hurt her foot, which at the time was not considered dangerous. On the following Thursday she became worse with symptoms of lock jaw, and was taken to Austin, where all was done that could be, to save the life of the child. But this it seems was not to be, and the life went out after a severe struggle of many hours of suffering.

The sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved father and mother, brother and sister, who are left to mourn the untimely death of their loved one.

The funeral was held at one o'clock at the home, Monday. Mr. Savage supply pastor of Central Presbyterian Austin, of which church, Mrs. Clark to a member conducting the services. A quartet from the church consisting of messrs Savage and Dearborn, and Mrs. Walter Rice and Miss Etta Robertson rendered the music. The pall bearers were six young friends, of deceased, Millie and Hattie Olson, Blance Pandleford, Laura French, May Johnson, Rose Beadle. The interment was at Woodbury.