Clipped From The Baltimore Sun
HARFORD JOURNALIST DEAD Georj ;e Gover Streett Had Been 111 For One Week. Belair, Md., Oct. 14 (Special). George Gover Streett, one of the owners and editors of the Harford Democrat, a weekly newspaper published in Belair, died at his residence here this morning after a short illness. He had been ill for about a week, but on Tuesday his condition was improved and he visited the county fair. That night he suffered a stroke of paralysis, and this, together with acute stomach trouble, were the immediate cause of his death. Mr. Streett was 53 years old and the son of Joseph M. Streett. He had been engaged in the newspaper business with his father for about 30 years. He was educated at the Belair Academy and graded schools. Besides his father, he leaves a wife, who was formerly Miss Eleanor Ogier, of Baltimoi'e ; two sons, Ogier .nd George Gover Streett, and four sisters, Mrs. Swepson Earle, of Baltimore ; Mrs. William J. Price, of CtntreTille, Md., and Mrs. Frank H. Jacobs and Mrs. Robert S. Page, of Belair. His funeral will take place on Satur day morning.