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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1913

Mrs. A. W. Lamb died very suddenly at an early hour Monday, July 14, 1913, heart failure being the immediate cause of her death.
Some weeks ago Mrs. Lamb was seriously hurt in a runaway, while trying to control a four horse team, and was brought to Higgins for medical treatment. After remaining here for several weeks she was able to return to her home southeast of town, but her injuries were more severe than was at first thought and the shock together with internal injuries, resulted in heart failure.
The deceased was born in New York in 1865, and was married to A. W. Lamb in 1884 in Illinois. She was a devoted mother, a loving wife, and as a friend was noted for her generosity and kind heart.
She leaves behind a husband, son and step son and a large circle of friends to mourn her death. The bereaved family have the deepest sympathy of all in their sorrow.--Higgins News.
Mrs. Lamb was a frequent visitor to Arnett, and had many friends who were sorrow to hear of her sudden demise, and who extend their heart felt sympathy to the bereaved family.

Submitted by: Richard Gordon
Transcribed by: Linda Fox - Ellis County Historical Society


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