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the average DIED SUDDENLY WHILE SITTING IN A CHAIR. James E. Macpherson, the Druggist, Succumbs To Heart Diseasa Had Eaten Oysters. Mr. James E. Macpherson died suddenly suddenly of heart disease last night at his home, 751 East Market street Shortly-after Shortly-after Shortly-after retiring he complained of feeling badly and got up and sat in a chair. He talked with Mrs. Macpherson a few minutes and said he thought he would soon get relief. Then he gasped and was dead. Dr. M. K. Allen was called in and said death was due to heart disease. disease. Coroner Kelly, who was also called, was also of the same opinion. Mr. Macpherson was apparently in the best of heaith in the early part of the night. An oyster supper was given by the ladles of the Marcus Llndsey Memorial church near his home, and about 9 o'clock he sent for a plate of oysters, which he ate with a relish. Mr. Macpherson was a member of the church. Mr. Macpherson was born In Clinton. N. J., fifty-five fifty-five fifty-five years ago. He came to Louisviile when a young man and has since been in the drug business here. Mrs. Macpherson and two sons, George C, and William, survive. I i I i i

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 08 Nov 1902, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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