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2 ] j J. C. Rucker Dies at Keytesville; Funeral Today KFYTESVILLE, July 27--J. C. Pucker, 75, Koytesville business man for nearly fifty years, died at his home hera Sunday follow- in" a long- illness. Born in bifrg, Va., in 1S62, on the old Scott homeplace, Mr. Rucker came to Kcytesville in 1SS9 and had been in business since. He was married to Emma Franklin Chockley in 1SS6. Surviving are his widow and daughter, Maude Rucker, both the home: another daughter.Mrs. Wm, C. Lawrence of Brooklyn, N.Y.; two sons, Ambrose Chockley Chockley Rucker of Kansas City, and James William Rucker, Keytes I Funeral services were conducted conducted at t-he Methodist Church here this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial Burial was in the city cemetery.