Goodland Republic & News, Mar. 5,
Died: Mar. 1, 1915
Hemorrhages Cause Death of Aged Man
Jonathan Goble, an elderly man, residing 16 miles west of goodland, near
Kanorado. died in this city Monday forenoon, March 1, at about 12 o'clock of
pneumonia, following a stroke of paralysis caused by cerebral hemorraghes.
He came to Goodland Friday with
his son, J. E. Goble, on some business. It was a stormy day and snow was
falling. They stopped at the White Kitchen. The old gentleman drank some water
and a cup of coffee and then sat down in a chair near the stove, being very
chilly to warm himself.
Bystanders noticed that he threw
his head toward the left shoulder and that his right cheek was drawn and
wrinkled. Upon examination it was found that he was paralyzed on the right side.
Dr. Gulick was summoned and confirmed the diagnosis of . his ailment. He was
taken to a comfortable room and cared for.
It was observed that he tried to
cough, and later Dr. Gulick reported that he was suffering from an attack of
pneumonia. He grew rapidly worse and passed away after an illness of about three
His remains were taken to Kanorado
Tuesday forenoon on No. 39. The funeral and burial took place at Kanorado.
Jonathan Logan Goble was bom in
Henry county, Indiana Sept. 3. 1835, and died in Goodland, March 1. 1915. from a
parallytic stroke. On Saturday, the 27, he was on the
way to Goodland, in the car with his son
and grandson, when stricken. When they arrived in town, he was taken to a room
at the White kitchen and a doctor called, but nothing could be done and he
passed away on Monday. He was married in 1856 to Miss Mary Clawson, enlisted in
the U S army, Co. A 50th Indiana, and served one year. He has lived for many
years on his farm, 8 miles north of Kanorado. He was buried at
Kanorado Tuesday, Rev. Ryder officiating and taking as his text 2nd Cor 5:1, "For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in heavens.
The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community.
CONTRIBUTED BY LLOYD P. HOLBROOK, RESEARCHER OF G. A. R. POST , W. R. ROBERTSON POST #428