Obituary – Isaac Arb
East Liverpool Tribune
The death of Isaac Arb, aged 42, took place at the Taylor hospital at 7:30 o’clock Sunday evening (February 21, 1904) after a lingering illness which developed typhoid fever last week. The deceased was a clay miner by trade, but was in unfortunate circumstances at the time of his death and the funeral expenses will be defrayed by the township trustees.
He is survived by a family from whom he was separated. At the time of his illness he was stopping at the home of A. J. Calhoun, in the West End, where he received medical attention until Saturday evening, when the township trustees ordered his removal to the Taylor hospital. The attending physician had ten given up all hope of life and his death was expected at any moment.