Other Articles Clipping from Athens Messenger and Herald, Thu, Apr 17, 1902.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald, April 17, 1902

1UKU it I II* IPr,Mrs James »ass« ls.I wish to correct a statement ia your last issue, that seem**d to leave the impression that there was something ia the (hath of Mm. Cause U that pointed to self-deatruction aatl that sonic rciuurk she made pointed to the saiac. This is all a mistake. There existed nothin*; which would cause her to think or, say anythin*; point-in*; to self-destruction as only .perfect liappiness, jov and jieace reigned inthe family. Praising (Jod not 30 miu-in I utes tiefore she was called away.She lived a devoted Christian mother and wife anil spent much of her squire time in cariug for the sick. Hy the life she lived, she Preached her own funeral to her family and to all that came in contact with her. We could not call it death hat falling to sleep in Jesus. Her sister Mrs. Quallsand husband were present at the timelion,isK«*inrt-lytvatuosof her dej.art anlt; ’MisS*CMrs. ( assols was DO yean and 8 months of age at the time of her death.She was the mother of six ehldreu all j of whom were presout at the funeral.We desire to express our gratitude j to friend* for kindness shown in this S| time of disaster. The funeral was1 conducted from her home as she requested a short time before her death, j T| By request of the family.James H. Qualls.