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THE WESTERN STAR, 3 August 1917
Obituary of MRS. J. S. BROWN

The sad news reached this city on last Saturday from Winfield that, Mrs. J. S. Brown had died early that day at the home of relatives in that city. She had been in failing health for some time and had undergone two
critical surgical operations. She was a patient sufferer, and throughout all her sickness displayed the uncomplaining fortitude and radiant faith of the real christian. Mrs. Brown had been in Winfield for several
weeks. Mr. Brown had gone to the bedside of his sick wife several days before her death and was with her when the end came.

Deceased was a devoted wife and mother. The constant aim of her life seemed to be that she might be of some service to those about her. Mr. and Mrs. Brown came to Coldwater about two years ago. For some time Mr.
Brown has been employed as a clerk in the Allderdice Supply Store. One child, Edwin, aged about 8, is now bereft of a mother. To him and his father the sincere sympathy of all is extended in this their hour of severe affliction.
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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