Source: Tipton Tribune, Tipton, Indiana, Thursday, October 19, 1911, page 3.
Mrs. Omer Whisler and daughter Edna and son Harry were called to the bedside of her brother, Sam Lambertson of Elwood, who died at 10 o'clock Sunday night. Mr. Lambertson had been a sufferer from Bright's disease for some time, but his friends did not think he was in so serious a condition. Mr. Lambertson was a resident of this community for a number of years, and was well known and well respected young man. He leaves a wife, father, mother, two brothers and two sisters and many friends from this vicinity. His parents live in Elwood, one brother, Bert in North Dakota, Charles of Cicero and sisters, Mrs. Maude Fischer of Cicero and Mrs. Omer Whisler of the Albright vicinity. Relatives will leave for Elwood Wednesday morning and the funeral will be held at two o'clock in the afternoon. The remains was laid to rest in the Elwood cemetery the funeral being conducted at the Catholic church of that place of which he was a member.