as Jacob Siddens Dead Jacob "MiMens died at his home in West in Ireland, Monday, July 8, 1918. Mr. Siddens moved from his farm northeast o: Westmoreland seveial years ago on account of ill health and has been very feeble for some years. Mr. Siddens when in g Hid h. alth was an active enter ing farmer and one of the hi nt, entoi prising citi.ens of oi.s noignnoi nana anil lived an exemplary exemplary life. I Jacob Siddens was born May 22, I !.S5;, in I'oone county, Indiana and was tl erefore (Ifi years. 1 month and l(i day- day- old at the time of bis ideat.i. When a youth he moved ! with his parents to Plait county, Missouri and a few years after to Pottawatomie county, Kansas, and took a homestead near Moodyville. He married Miss Mary F. Walden, :'eplendn r 2, 1875. There were six children born to them, all of whom are living. There are James A. of Manhattan, Li Hie S. Thompson, Thompson, Calvin Siddens, Nellie V. Campbell, Pearl G. Kolsy and Faye Sinilens, all of Westmoreland. The funeral seivices were held at the home Tuesday at 2 p. in. and were conducted by Rev. L. C. Mooie. All of the children and thei:- thei:- families were present at the funeral. The pall bearers were W. F. GniUiiiacher, A S. Robson, Cur tis Wilber, E. ('. lirookens, C. A. Fgelstun and Roy Fairchild. Interment Interment was in the Moodyville cemetery. cemetery. The sorrowing wife and ehi Idren have the sympathy of the nt i re community.