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St. Charles (Kane County, Illinois) Chronicle, Nov. 22, 1901, Illinois Items: James A. Harris, aged 67 years, a potter by trade and father of ten children, went to sleep at Peoria on the morning of Nov. 7 and all efforts to awaken him have so far proved unavailing. He seems in a sound sleep and has been kept alive by milk and wine, which have been forced down his throat. He had not complained previous to Nov. 7 and his family and the attending physicians are at a loss to understand his case, though the physicians say they think it is one of hemorrhage of the brain. Harris recently removed to Peoria from Orange Prairie, Illinois. (Posted as a courtesy, not related.)