Thursday, July 12, 1923
Obituary of Mrs. Emma James
The subject of this sketch departed this life on Wednesday, July 4th, at 12, M., at the home of Mrs. G. S. Fee, from the effects of the burns and shock she received when her home in Sand Hollow was destroyed by fire on July 3rd.
The deceased was a widow aged about 69 years, her husband having preceded her in death September 1, 1918. The only known relatives who survivor her are a sister, Mary F. Robinson of Winfield, Kansas; a brother, M. M. Rocke, of Mexia, Texas; mother-in-law, Mrs. L. M. James of Topeka, Kansas, and a niece, Mrs. Lee Inman of Portland.
Mrs. James was highly esteemed by many kind friends and neighbors who did everything in their power to make her comfortable in the last moments of her earthly existence.
The funeral services were held from the Methodist church on Friday, July 6th, conducted by the pastor, Rev. Hall, and interment in Riverside cemetery.