Clipped From Pittston Gazette
II. Halsey for National Delegate. DURYEA. Hulbert Hoover, aged 14, son of llr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover, of 86 So. Main street, died at 7 o'clock Sunday evening, after a few days' illness following complications. Hulbert was a student in the High School until he was stricken with rheumatism, from which he suffered for some time. He was a member of the Presbyterian Sunday School and of the Knights 01 St. Paul, a society connected with the church. He was of a bright and happy disposition and his large circle of o ffriends sympathize with his parents in the loss of their only son. H? is survived by his parents and a .sifter, Mary. The funeral services will be held at 7 o'clock on Tuesday evening at the home and on Wednesday the body will 'he taken to Sweet alley, where interment will be made - in Maplewood cemtery. Gregor Babich, Justice of the reace Of Duryea for 12 years, died on Saturday night at 11:45 at his home on Main street after 24 hours illness of pneumonia. Mr. Babich was born in Austria and came to Duryea when a young man. He was a member of the Odd Fellows in Pittston and a member of other lodges. His wife died five years ago. He held a number of public offices in Duryea borough and was borough treasurer for a number of years. He wag popularly known in Duryea and throughout the county, having taken active interest in poli tics. The surviving children are Mrs. Stehpen Cramer, Mrs. Edward Wick isal and Henry Babich, all of Duryea. The funeral will take place Tuesday at 2 p. m., with services in the Brif k M. E. Church and interment In Marcy cemetery. Miss Reba Jones visitei in Plymouth yesterday. ight.