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THE WESTERN STAR, 10 July 1908
Obituary of DR. J. E. SOMBART

On Thursday morning of last week Dr. J. E. Sombart was taken sick at his home near Wilmore. His condition grew rapidly worse and on Sunday morning he was taken by special train to St. Francis Hospital in Wichita
where, on Monday, he underwent an operation for appendicitis complicated with peritonitis. He never fully rallied from the operation and at 10 a.m. on Wednesday he passed away. His father, Julius Sombart, and his
brother, Geo, H., were present at the time of death. The body was taken to Boonville, Mo., for burial.

Dr. Sombart was a pioneer settler in this county. He came here from Carthage, Mo., in 1884 or 1885 and began the practice of medicine. For several years he was engaged in the drug business in this city. He was
well known all over this part of the state. As a physician he was, during the days of his active practice, very successful.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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