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THE PROTECTION POST, 2 January 1919
Obituary of W. G. COLE
W. G. Cole Dead.

Word reached Protection Tuesday that W. G. Cole, now on a farm near the county seat, but formerly of Protection, had died on Monday of pneumonia, which developed from influenza.

Mr. Cole has been in Protection the greater part of the time for the past several years. He engaged in the restaurant and hotel business and during his stay in Protection, of more than a year, he was manager of the Dade Hotel, and of the Midway restaurant. He moved to a farm near Coldwater last summer in time to put out a wheat crop.

He leaves a wife and five children to mourn is loss, and the sympathy of the community is theirs in their grief.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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