Death notice of William Jones of Parson.
WILLIAM JONES' DEAD. Had Lived on the Same Farm in La-land beette County Since 1869. William Jones, one of the eldest an 1 most highly respected citizens of thlj county, died last night at his homo, four and oneha'f miles northwest of town. Death was due tc organic berurt trouble. The funeral will be held from the Catholic church Monday morning at 9:30 o'clock and the body will be interred in Cavalry cemetery, Mr. Jones was one of the oldest set-1 tiers In this part of the state, loca: ing on the farm on which he died In August, 1869. He wa3 prominent in the early history of the county and has many friends who will mourn hl loss. He leaves four sons and font daughters, and was 71 year.? of age. J His wiife died about three years ago. The children are P. J. Jones, of Kansas City; W J. Jones, J. J. Jones an l M. F. Jones, a3 of near Parsons, and Mrs. Dunbar and Mrs. Daley, of Kansas City; Mrs. O'Hara and Miss Tllizabeth Jones of Parsons.