Spanish-American War/Conflict

Co. L, 52nd Inf.

Waters, Ed



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LeMars Semi-Weekly Sentinel, Sept. 8, 1898


Several of the Boys From the Front Arrive in LeMars on Furlough.

Ed Waters, of Hinton, was in LeMars today to attend the funeral of Louis
Brick. He enlisted in company L, in the 52nd and was down sick in camp for
awhile but is now better. He is well pleased with a soldier’s life and has
had himself transferred to the regulars and will shortly join the 22nd
infantry at Fort Crook, Omaha.