Paducah Sun 1910 - Feared Mrs. Robert Reeves Will Die

1910 - Feared Mrs. Robert Reeves Will Die

The Paducah Sun

Vol. XXVII, No. 16
Wednesday Evening, January 19, 1910


The condition of Mrs. Robert Reeves, of Eighth and Jefferson streets, wife of President Reeves, of the First National Bank, is extremely grave today. It was learned from members of the family that her condition is practically the same as yesterday. Much apprehension is felt. Mrs. Reeves has been confined to her bed several weeks and her condition became precarious yesterday, when she lost consciousness. The family is grouped about her bedside and death is expected at any time. Dr. J. G. Brooks, her physician, said today she could not recover, although every effort has been exerted by medical skill. Mrs. Reeves is a member of one of the most prominent families of Paducah and of high social standing and her illness has caused sorrow among her many friends.

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