I James SklJsns Daad. James Siddens, who lived north of Westmoreland, died at, o p. in. Sunday. February 10, IS')."). Tlie funeral ser mon was preached at the house, 1 ues-d.l.v ues-d.l.v ues-d.l.v at, Jl a. in. by H. 1). Fisher I). D. and tlie body was, laid to rest by the ide of his wife in tlie Moodyville cemetery. James Siddens was born in Green Castle, Indiana. FVbruarv '.), is:i,i, and was therefore fifty-nine fifty-nine fifty-nine years and one day old at I he timeof his death. He moved to Kansas in the spring of lsii7. In hSiiS he married Martha Mc.Murry. who died t he 2.1 of last month, lie united with the Methodist churcli in 187.7 and huseversinee b.ieti a faith ful member. Mr. Siddens lias long been a resident of this vicinity. He moved to Ids present farm twenty-six twenty-six twenty-six years and one day previous to Ids death. His hearing was very dell-cient. dell-cient. dell-cient. ot le'rvvise lie would have been among the most sociable and companionable companionable nf men. At. the time his wife died lie was improving in health, but after her death be seemed to have little ambition and failed very fast, lie leaves two daughters, Ida B. and Sarah M., wife of William L'vans. Abe Siddens is an older brother of the deceased and Mrs. J. Q. Mark and Mrs J. T. Youngman are his sisters.