Mrs. Cora Stout, the wife of Andrew Jackson Stout, resideing two miles south of Wann, died at 8:15 o'clock last night in the Southeast Kansas hospital following an emergency operation performed Saturday noon. Mrs. Stout was brought to the local institution Friday evening dangerously ill and suffering from a malady which rendered her bedfast five weeks ago.
Funeral services will be conducted
in the chapel of the Cash-Jarvis Funeral home at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon by Rev. Lin D.
Cartwright, pastor of the First Christian church. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery.
Mrs. Stout was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Breckenridge, who settled in the Indian Territory in 1884. Her maternal grandfather, William McKinley, a pioneer Kentuckian, was distantly related to President McKinley.
Deceased was 52 years old and had resided near Wann and in the vicinity of Coffeyville since coming with her family from Chetopa nearly twenty years ago. Two sisters live in this city, Mrs. Carrie Smith, 316 West Eighth street, and Mrs. John H. Baker, 415 Maple street, and another sister, Mrs. Jennie Elders, resides a mile and a half south of South Coffeyville. A brother lives at Cushing, Okla.
Besides her husband, Mrs. Stout is survived by two daughters, Mrs. William Bonner of El Cajon, Calif. and Miss Goldie Stout of the home and four sons, Leslie and Earnest Stout of Pawhuska, Okla.; Elijah Stout of near Chetopa, and Raymond Stout of near Wann. Mrs. Stout was a member of the Christian church.