|An Old Resident of Oklahoma City
Milton, one of Oklahoma's oldest and best known attorneys
passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Presbury, No.
921 Jefferson street, Kansas City, Saturday.
The deceased had been a resident
of Oklahoma since 1889 and in that time was always held in
the highest esteem by all who know him. He was one of
the pioneers of the county, and for a long time was
associated in the law business in this, city with Judge
Beaty, who survives him. He was a member of the’ Oklahoma
County Bar association, and, until eighteen months ago had
been actively engaged in his chosen profession.
During the past two years Judge
Milton had been-falling and two months ago he went to Kansas
City to spend his last days with his daughterly. He
was accompanied by his invalid wife, who with two sons and a
daughter, survive him. The family bad some years resided in
a cottage, No. 611 East Third street.
Deep, regret will be felt by the
many friends of the deceased to learn of his sudden demise.
The remains will be brought to Oklahoma City this evening
by, way of Newton and the Santa Fe route. The funeral will
take place from the parlors of Street & Harper, Monday
afternoon at 2 o’clock, and Interment will be at
A meeting has been called of the
Oklahoma Bar Association in the district court room at 10
o'clock Monday morning. It is desired that all members be
present in respect of Judge Milton, the deceased member of