Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald, September 3, 1896

rojrcini»lDeath of Mrs. Southerton.Mrs. Lydia A Slt;’Uthertondied suddenly of heart failure Thursdax evening in this city at the home of her daughter. Mrs. j •'* Klsworth Day. MrS.»utlu-rton had for years been afttietml \n '.th heart disease and ‘ 1on more than one occasion had her tile been despaired of Mr, Klsworth Dav and family hadjmoved to this place from near Chauncey the tirst of last week, ami Mrs. Southerton had come from her hoim in Chauncey Thurs-day noon to spend a te\v days with her daughter. Mrs.Smuhertou retired toherVI*shthkllorroroom quite early Thursday night, and about nine o’clock .Mr. and Mrs. Day were . ^ alarmed by her heav;. breathing. A phv- ( slcian was summoned as quit'ki.v as possi I .j ble. but before his arrival she had ox- \a iipi red. I ^The deceased was Yf\y seven years old *ami leaves one daughter. Mrs. Day. Mrs. Southerton’s husband met with a tragicdeath *n bis farm near Chauncey, in May.18U4, by being thrown in front of a corn marker and the horses running away.The remains were taken to Chauncey where the funeral sei vices were held in the Christian church Sunday forenoon conducted by Key. II 1* Me Lane of Athens. The funeral wa ♦ largely attended by sympathizing relatives ami friends Interment took place n the Nye cemeteryMcKinstry Brown.»« • • •••. ;i:i I Mini.:’- or So) inc t Viof: kill wii tensi V*killauv i*r i othNonit