After a week's struggle with typhoid fever, death at last conquered and on Wednesday morning, Oct.13, 1909, Miss Maude Dye, the 18-year old daughter of C.L. and Annis E. Dye yielded up all that was mortal and passed into the great beyond.
In the passing away of Maude Dye, Arnett loses one of its brightest and fairest young ladies, and one whose death will not only be mourned by those nearest and dearest, but by the large circle of friends which she had won by her kind and loving disposition and attractive ways.
She was until a week ago employed as dining room girl at the Hotel Demo, and was forced to leave there on account of failing health. The funeral services were held Thursday morning at the Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. L.A. Butler of Shattuck, and the remains were laid to rest in the Arnett cemetery, where they were followed by a large concourse of sorrowing friends. The Capital joins in expressing our deepest sympathy to the bereaved family.
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