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THE WESTERN STAR, 24 April 1915
Obituary of A. B. MAXWELL

The shocking news came to this city by wire on Wednesday evening that A. B. Maxwell was a suicide at Enid, Ok., where he had been working for a few weeks as a telegraph operator. The telegram was received here by Mrs. Maxwell from a brother of her husband in Lee Summit, Mo. No particulars of the tragedy were given. Burial made in Lee Summit, and
Mrs. Maxwell and the children, who still made their home here, started for that city at once by way of Greensburg. Mr. Maxwell was the Santa Fe operator for the city for several months prior to last January. He was a good operator and was well liked among the railroad men. Friends here extend sincere sympathy to the sorrow stricken wife and children.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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