On An Operating Table

Well-Known Athens Man Died Unexpectedly at Battle Creek.

Battle Creek, Mich., August 7.—(Special.)—S.A.D. Pratt, well-to-do resident of Athens, died in Dr. C.T. Bennett’s office today on the operating table.

Pratt came in for treatment and took chloroform. When Dr. Bennett tried to rouse him he showed failing pulse and before a counsel of physicians could be called, as desired, Pratt was dead.

Coroner Bidwell impaneled a jury to investigate. Dr. Bennett says it was a case of heart failure.

Source: Detroit Free Press, August 8, 1906.


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