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E. M. Weeks
The Mulhall Enterprise
Friday, April 26, 1901
Submitted by: Debby Cook


E.M. Weeks Suddenly Falls Dead
While Driving at the Race
Track Yesterday.
Yesterday afternoon while E.M. Weeks and C.F. Kemp were driving their pacers on the race track, the former, as he was just coming under the wire the last half, fell backward off his sulky and was dead when his friends reached him. Heart disease is the supposed cause of his death. Mr. Weeks was born in Illinois. He moved from there to Mound City, Kas., thence to Perry, O.T. About two months ago he and his family moved to Mulhall. He was a successful trainer and driver of race horses. His sudden death was a shock to the people of Mulhall, and much sympathy is expressed for his wife and two children.

E. M. Weeks
The Mulhall Enterprise
Friday, May 3, 1901
Submitted by: Debby Cook

The funeral of E.M. Weeks, who died suddenly on Thursday afternoon of last week, took place Saturday afternoon. Rev. Judd preached the funeral discourse at the M.E. church in the presence of a large number of sympathizing friends of the family. The body was buried in the Rose Lawn cemetery.

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