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THE LARNED EAGLE-OPTIC, 24 November 1899
Notice of Death AMOS D. COOK
A letter was received by Mr. W. P. Webb Monday from Fairfield, Iowa, announcing the rapid sinking of Mr. A. Cook as the result of an operation which was made necessary by an accident. The letter stated that his death was hourly expected. Mr. Cook was one of the first residents of Larned, and one of the first and best friends the writer made upon his arrival in this city. Mr. Cook has been living with his daughter at Fairfield since the death of his wife, which occurred some years ago. It is believed his remains will be brought back to Larned for burial.
Transcribed and Contributed by Richard Schwartzkopf


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