Jacob F Hill suicide 2
At Princess Today SUICIDE (Continued from First Page.) made this city his home nearly all his life. In his early life he learned the saddlery trade and followed that up to about 10 years ago, after which time he retired. Trap shooting was one of Mr. Hill's favorite sports and some years ago he was considered an expert expert Persons interested In that f port often consulted him as there was none more more familiar with the sport. He also was extremely fond of fishing and knew practically every Kt ream where that sport could be on joyed profitably. Some years ago it was usual for him to go on fishing trips lasting several weeks. In the past year or two Mr. Hill rarely missed a day at the American American House, where he delighted in talking of his experiences while hunting in the wilds and of the many catches of fish. He wag a favorite among all who Knew him and. was possessed with a sunny pleasant disposition. Mr. Hill's wife, (nee Focht), died several years a,?ro, since which time lie occupied rooms by himself. He is survived by a daughter, Leah, wife of William Acker, living at Hoyersford; two sisters, Mrs. Fred ! - 'hunk, this city, and Mrs. Morris High, of Blandon, and these brothers, brothers, Charles, James and Conrad, of Fleetwood, and Peter, of Ohio.