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THE WESTERN STAR, 31 August 1906
Obituary of MAUDE MOORE
Death of Mrs. Maude Lord-Moore.

The relatives and friends were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Mrs. Maude Lord-Moore on Tuesday night August 28. Mrs. Moore took seriously ill at her home near Willard, Oklahoma on Wednesday, August
22. Dr. T. W. Myers was quickly summoned. He and the relatives advised her to come to Protection to be near medical assistance. She was brought to the home of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Belle Moore, where she had the tenderest care of loving hands and medical aid, but to no avail. She grew rapidly worse. She endured her sickness with great patience. Mrs. Moore will be greatly missed by her numerous friends as she was loving,
sympathetic, self-sacrificing, energetic, social and attractive in a large degree to her many friends. Maude Lord was the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Lord. She grew to womanhood in this county where she
is well and favorably known. She was married to Homer Moore about six years ago and for the past five years had made their home on a claim near Willard, Okla. Her age was 22 years. She leaves a devoted husband, parents, two brothers, Fred and Edward, and a sister, Mrs. Louie Dale, of Kenton, Okla. The funeral services were held on Thursday at 2 p.m. and were conducted by Rev. W. T. Ward. Interment was made in the Protection cemetery. The many friends extend words of comfort and sympathy to the bereaved relatives.

"Sister, rest from sin and sorrow;
Death is o'er and life is won.
On thy slumber dawns no morrow,
Rest, thy earthly race is run."
Transcribed and Contributed by Shirley Brier

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