Eliza Jane Watson Keeney, 1926 obit.
MRS. BLUTORD KEENEY. Jane Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Watson, was bom in Tennessee Tennessee February 25, 1831; died at her borne at Preseott, Mo., September 5, 19'(j. Sim was married to Bluford keeney ami to this union were bom sixteen children. Tliev are Mi's. Rosa Majdes, who preceded her mother in death October 4, 1925; Robert Keeney, Mrs. Anna Ramsey, Jesse and I red Keeney, of Preseott; Mrs. Mollie Smith, Mrs. Pearl Dew. Mrs. Lula Davis, of Liekin?; Bert. William and Ernest Keeney, of Houston; Mrs. Aliee Jarvis and (leonrc Keeney, of Rolla; Mrs. Ida Johnson and Mrs. Clara Hicks, of Bartlesville, Oka.; Mrs. Tena Cochran, of Pueblo, Colorado; Colorado; all were present expt Mrs. Johnson. Besides her children and brokenhearted brokenhearted companion she leaves three sisters: Mrs. Belle Hilterbrand, of Houston; Mrs. Granville Capps, of Anutt, and Amanda Hanlin, of Ala-lama; Ala-lama; Ala-lama; three brothers. Jesse Watson, of Houston, and Ed and Burt Watson, Watson, of Preseott; a preat number of grandchildren and other relatives and nianv friends. Tlie subject of this sketch professed faith in Christ as her own personal Savior about 25 years ago and united with New Antioeh Baptist cbureh, remaining a member of that church until the day of her death. She found a place in the .vineyard of her Lord in '.which to labor throiis:h the years she was permitted to remain on earth After her conversion. How blessed is the thought that there is much set to her credit by thoe wWo knew her best, but st ill better is the thoupht that He who knowcth all tilings, even the secrets of the mind, has now to do with the record made by the deceased. deceased. Man's last account is bis account account with (iod, and God will do the auditing. That the deceased wrought well was attested by the huge number of people who gathered at the funeral. Dear father and children: Let nht your grief be as those who hve no hope, either in respect to the life of your deported companion and mother or in resject to your own life. You shared in her lifp both joy and sorrow. sorrow. She gave yon of her love and service. Many were the pleasant experiences experiences yon all had together, and when the band of oppression was upon you she stood faithfully by your side, ready to lend a helping hand, thus encouraging ytou. Much of your lives is the product of her moulding, through her labors. Xow, dear father, father, that she has gone to iW, live for the future. Cherish, as yon no doubt will, her memory with fond recollec tion and thank God for having had : her for your wife. Children: Vow that you are railed , vm to go through the remainder of your earthly life without mother, j look to your father. He needs your i love, and the' greatest means of coin-, coin-, coin-, forting him will likely he in the to- to- Hpccf von show him and seeking for opportnnities to do kind things for ,. 1. lives as vour dear mother lived. Teach vour children as you have oeeu taught. Trust in God and seek to do tiod to all, ever looking to the great lovin.' Savior to help you in jour trials and to supply your needs. Funeral s services were conducted at Preseott union cmtrcii oy im. I,!,.. n..nr i ilren. UV 10 me uvu- uvu- Il,Lev beautiful teat lire oi uw-aii uw-aii . . .... l. . I v mta net service was uuu oi m i -ing -ing as pallbearers and in that act performing the last service human hands could ever do for their beloved mother, Mav her fine, stalwart sons , .1 .,!.. .l.ni. rlkters C1I1U- C1I1U- alio sweei, nuiun ".- ".- late her example and carry on gtart-through life triumphant in faith of meeting the Christ when time shall end and witli the mother from an un- un- broken family when they have cross- cross- ed the bar. May you, one and all, bo comforted with the precious prom-, prom-, prom-, raises made to us by Him who is able ; n An for ns far above that we are able to think, is the prayer oi ONE WHO LOVED HER. NOTHING LIKE IT ON EARTH. The new treatment for torn flesh, euts, wounds, sores or lacerations that is doing such wonderful work in flesh healing is the Borozone liquid and powder combination treatment. The liquid Borozone is a powerful antiseptic antiseptic that purifies the wound of all poisons and infectious germs, while the Borozone powder is l ie great healer. Tnetc is H0I,,1" it on faith for speed, saieiy u l' ' ..;nv I'riCB IKOU1UI owe, v $1.20. Powder 3Ui! and we. all drujgists. Sold by SUCCESS. By A Reader. (Received Lart Week.) Mrs. Mae Massey, of Dunn, has been visiting - with her sister, Mrs. Libbic Rice, and her brother, Ben Lee. She put up a lot of peaches while at Mrs. Rice's. Success boys went to Waynesvillc last Sunday week and played against the Waynesville boys. Success beat them badly. Little Gordon Walrath is quite sick. Hope he will be better soon. C. T. Smith and Bert Walrath made a trip up to Marshall Burris' recently. Mr. Burris was deeding two acres of land upon the main highway No. 17 to Mr. Walrath for the purpose of erecting a store and dwelling bouse. Mr. Walrath is making arrangements to 'put up the buildings at once and will soon be a full fledged merchant. We wish them good luck, but will be sorry to lose them from our ntighborhood. Mr. Smith fixed up the pafiers ft"' them. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Blize s"cnt last Saturday and Sunday with her stepmother. stepmother. Mrs. M.iggic Mires, near lTou-.tnn. lTou-.tnn. lTou-.tnn. Any cattle Imyei-s Imyei-s Imyei-s interested t" buying two and four year old steers, call at C. T. Smith's, one mile ith of Success, a few yards from main- main- fenance Highway No. 17, as he has