W. E. McIntosh owned McIntosh drug, which once stood next to Craighead's. His wife was Kimbrough Overstreet.
April 12, 1935
J. W. Overstreet Dies at Family Home Here Last Tuesday
J. W. Overstreet, aged 72, died at the family home here last Tuesday from an attack of heart trouble. His death occurred at 1:30 pm after having been stricken last Saturday with his fatal illness.
The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at 2 pm at the family home in charge of Rev. O. L. Peek, pastor of the local Methodist church. Burial was in the local cemetery.
Mr. Overstreet was a pioneer of this vicinity, coming here in the 1890s and farmed east of town until his removal in town and still held considerable land and livestock interests at the time of his death.
Mr. Overstreet was an excellent citizen and a man who lived an honorable and upright life and his passing is mourned not only by his family, but a large number of friends and neighbors.
Deceased is survived by his widow, two sons, Morris F. who is the retiring mayor of Durant, and Earl M. whose home is in Berkeley, California and one daughter, Mrs. W. E. McIntosh of Caddo. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Gaines Bell of Ardmore and Mrs. Clarence Sperry of Paris, Texas and one Brother E. H. Overstreet of Hollister, Calif.