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THE WESTERN STAR, 5 August 1904
Obituary of JAMES N. "BUD" KING
J. N. King Dead

James N. (Bud) King of Protection died in Bucklin, Kansas, at 4:15 a.m. on Wednesday of this week after an illness of about 3 weeks duration. He had gone over to Bucklin to receive treatment from Dr. Pritchard, but it
becoming apparent that he had a bad case of Bright's disease, he had planned to go to Wichita on Wednesday to consult a specialist. He took worse, however before leaving Bucklin and death came somewhat suddenly.
The body was brought to Protection Wednesday and burial took place in the Protection cemetery at 10:30 yesterday morning. Rev. I. W. Bailey of the Baptist church conducted the funeral services, after which the Odd Fellows lodge of Protection, of which order the deceased had been a member since last April, took charge of the burial services, using their beautiful burial ceremony. The funeral exercises were largely attended
and were very impressive.

Deceased was a native of Kentucky. He had lived in this county about 18 years. About 7 years ago he was married to Miss Ella Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Baker of Protection-tp. Four children - 3 boys and 1 girl - and the bereaved wife now mourn the loss of a faithful father and husband, and to them the sincere sympathy of many friends is extended in this their sad hour of trial. Mr. King was 30 years and 9 days old at
the time of his death.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier


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