WILLIAM CARTWRIGHT DIES AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS
Pioneer Citizen of
HE HELD MANY POSITIONS OF TRUST
William Cartwright, one of the oldest American pottery manufacturers died last night (
The deceased was one of the most highly esteemed men of the community. He was a kind husband and father, a devout Christian and generous to all whenever aid was needed by the destitute or sick
He was a native of
Mr. Cartwright was prominent in public affairs and served the interests of the community faithfully and efficiently in many capacities. He was a member of the board of equalization from the time of its inception up until the body was abolished by the present code. He was at one time president of city council, a member of the board of education, an organizer and director of the First National Bank. He was the only surviving incorporator of the First National Bank.
He was president of the Cartwright Bros.' Pottery
He was a private in
Mr. Cartwright was married to Harriet Talbot,
In his illness they have been devoted attentive and everything that loving ones could do was done to relieve his sufferings and prolong life. Dr. McClelland, of
Funeral arrangements have not been made. The family have the sympathy of a wide host of friends in their sorrow.