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(1926 - July 2, 1929)
The Lusk Herald
July 4, 1929
Little 'Bobby' Jack Dies at Mayo Bros.
Word was received in Lusk Tuesday morning of the death of little Bobby Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. (Scotty) Jack, at the Mayo Bros. Hospital in Rochester, Minn., early Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Jack had taken little Bobby to Mayo Bros. clinic, in a last effort to save his life, but he passed away shortly after reaching Rochester.
The little fellow had been in bad health for some time. Everything known to medical science was resorted to by the parents in an effort to bring back his health. Several of the best specialists in Denver had little Bobby in charge for a long time, and for a while it was believed that he was on the road to ultimate recovery. A turn for the worse came several days ago, and a trip to the famous Mayo clinic was decided upon, Mrs. Jack leaving by train Saturday.
Mr. Jack was in Lusk this morning when he received the sad news.
Mrs. Jack will leave Rochester Tuesday night, and will pass thru Lusk Thursday morning. A committee of Rebekahs will meet her here, and some will acccompny her to Casper.
Mr. Jack and son Billy returned to Casper Tuesday evening.
The funeral will be held in Casper Friday afternoon, with interment in HIghland cemetery.
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