Clipped From The Springfield News-Leader
FUNERAL CRV1Ce 0VKR RE MAINS OF W. J. STONE WERE POSTPONED. ' .! Elder VY. E. Harlow Will Conduct Re - - Hglous Exercises. - - - WAS A COXFECERATE SOLDIER The funeral eervlcea over the re malna of W. J. Stone, who died Wednesday evening ot cancer of the stomach, did not take place yesterday afternoon, having been postponed un til 10 o!clock this morning In order to live more time for the arrival of rela tive, and friends who live ouUld. of this city. The religious exercises will be eon - ducted at th. family residence, corner ot Jefferson and Sycamore streets, by Bidet W. K. Harlow of the Central Christian church, after which Camp - bell camp of Confederate veteran, will take eharge of the remains and con vey them to th. Confederate cemetery for banal Dick" SloufrSrss a son of William H. Stone, on. ot the first settlers of Stafford county.. Virginia, and. was bora there on December 13, 1138. , At th. breaking out of th. civil war Mr. Stone enlisted In Company I,. Sixth Virginia confederate cavalry, and served with so much bravery lh a battle battle sear Winchester, Va,, that he was promoted.