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WESTE11N . WOMEN. WIVES AND DAUGHTERS WHO MADE FORTUNES. T.IU-KO Fortunes JTiulo Out of Small we»t--Jy lto Tootlo mill Mfr Millions-- JKcliowl mill Mtiisnl'flWMt Jtqmco In tins MUsanvI Vnilcy. [CopyriRbt 1W8.T There is an extravagant saying, hero tho tool who three years ago stuck res) estate easily pulled out a fortune. this bo true, it is equally certain legitimate wearer of cap and bolls as parted with his quickly acquired fortune. Men and women, too,who made their by lucky turns of the wheel vyere, " soses', led Into all sorts of absurd extravagances, and their property, burdened mortgages, has reverted to the original «is. There arc coses pl!'social tumbles .jstartling,.5)Ut on-the other _ liauji;. have been acquired by thrift as well'as ·hrcwd mnnagement,so that we have Ji great deal of accumulated capital 'in. capable hands. c While fpr_; the most IMS Wen the men who have been shrewd injakin'g;advari{ages of tho : » number-of wuniSn in, tbe west' capita?., and can. .write their cheeks . liberal, amount.' "." ; . ' " · ·; . ; ' Mrs. Kate Tootle of St. Joseph '·' 3,000,000. Her'.husband,.the lace Miltogj . Tootle, made money, in. the wholesale goods trade and by judicious investments.; He'diBd^ighteeK mon'thr'ago 1 when M*s.. Tootle'was elected to share equally children. Slip is now.a partner in the bouse which represents a portion, of ~ 7«ftpita1.; The estate'is .i : apidljrj":tocrcasing. ' 6he is a woman abont'40 years ,°ireH educator, SJie was born in '(rod waSa'daughwr'of the Intei Jamis.-'Ii. ; P'Neill, »t one time cashier of tho · '. Ma'tipnal bank at St..Joseph. : SBelsftmem- 1»r f of the"EresbyteriSn : church'. Rnd: ; «hiritable: without' dstentato^ .lina.;qo4npje» i.-iaigniflceitf-^ inaniilpn'Q* (port 6pmm»iidlng;site iii iSii, Jpiei*.) daughter, Miss FannieTootlo.hiu Just Into heV property pf ^,.000,009.'.'She is; feari.of age; of ; jineiliumheight^^atid of well- '·Ipiinded figure, felie is » handsome, " trod girl of; sVeet arid geiitle . Her.:home lUplis rery rich woman in Sarah Kansas City. She was B'Ohand- ' 'Ivania by birth, ancrcame ,;. Kersey Coates, to this is pf an educated Quaker j'* school teacher.; of T h a d d u B fiU»t«l 7 ?»' tt»o law iu dSu SteyonsVanaAvhch flrst

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 08 Jul 1888, Sun,
  3. Page 7

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