Purcell, Indian Territory
May 1, 1891
Mr. W. D. TRUEBLOOD returned Sunday morning from his trip to Red Bluff, California, where he had been after the orphan children of his sister. Three of the children are with relatives in Gainesville while two will make their home with Mr. Trueblood here. The report of the children --Mr. WALKER-having died unconscious of the previous death of his wife was found to have been erroneous. Mr. Walker was not only conscious, but gave upon his death-bed, a most triumphant example of the marvelous power of true Christian faith to rob death of its sting. For a short time before his lips were forever sealed by the hand of death, he summoned to his bedside a large number of his unconverted friends and preached to them a most eloquent and affecting sermon.
June 26, 1891
Mr and Mrs. W. D. TRUEBLOOD returned Sunday night form their trip to St. Louis. They took advantage of this trip to visit friends and relatives at Whitesboro and other Texas points.
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