Asa Rudasill (A.J.) suicide notice
T O o caugh Clln Bloom DEWITT FARMER TAKES OWN LIFE Body of A. J. Rudasill Found in Barn By Hired Hand; Funeral Thursday CLINTON, March 21--A. J. Ruda- alll, 48, prominent farmer of Harp township, was found dead In a on his farm at 5:30 o'clock Monday evening He had committed suicide by shooting himself with a shotgun, which was found lying beside the body. Mr. Rudaslll's death was discovered discovered by a hired hand, Walter Evans. Worry over falling health and overwork Is believed to have prompted the suicide. Surviving are the widow and daughters. Mrs. Prank Butler of Chicago and Mrs Robert Langelller of Lincoln; a son, A. J. Rudasill, Jr., at home, and one brother, C. Rudasill of Clinton. Funeral services will be conducted, at 2 30 o'clock Thursday afternoon In the Clinton Methodist church. Burial will be In Woodlawn cemetery. cemetery.