Harry Van Sickle, aged three months, child of John E. Van Sickle of this village, died Tuesday night at about 10 o’clock of cholera infantum. The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon at 2:30 from the house.
Source: Port Jervis Evening Gazette, August 10, 1881.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Dec. 17.—[Special to The Bee.]—Eva Van Sickle has been granted a divorce from her husband, Solomon Van Sickle, on the ground of extreme cruelty. The couple is over sixty years of age, and the court room scene was affecting, as the plaintiff claimed to still lover her husband, but his ill treatment has driven her from him. She also secured $500 alimony.
Source: Omaha Daily Bee, December 18, 1890.
The show window of Mr. Emmet Van Sickle, the Pike street jeweler present to-day a strikingly handsome appearance in its new holiday attire. Tastefully displayed is everything that heart could desire in the line of solid silver and gold ware. At a passing glance we noticed solid silver tea sets, berry dishes of rich colored decorated glass with silver standards, casters, celery dishes, orange berry and sugar spoons, fruit knives, cake baskets, bread trays, and etc. A large line of ladie’s [sic] and gent’s gold and silver watches, diamonds, rings, besides other useful and decorative articles each shown in handsome cases of harmonizing shades. Call in and inspect them.
Source: Port Jervis Union, December 10, 1892.
Port Jervis, Jan. 19—Employes [sic] of the city ash wagon yesterday found several children’s rings and other articles of jewelry which were recently stolen from the store of Emmet Van Sickle, 62 Pike street. The rings were found at the rear of Pike street, near the Erie railroad property.
Source: Middletown Times-Press, January 19, 1918.