Michael Deaner and Joseph Smith obits

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laboring vote for neglected associates, do m becomes INCLUDING stated iu the may Michael Deaner Saturday morning at 2 o'clock the spirit of Michael iJeaner of Springhope took its flight to another world. He was well known by every person in the western western part of Bedford County, was a hardworking hardworking man and accumulated quite a fortune by his industry and economy. _Wbeu the-war broke out he was nearly 45 years old, but was drafted and went to the front, making a good soldier, and was always ready for any duty asked of him. He served over three months when the government discovered that he was past 45 years of age and ordered him to be mustered out. He had alrealy contracted contracted disabilities that secured for him a pension of $17 per month without any trouble. James.Morse of Piuej' Creek, Jacob Bowers of New Paris, and George Slack of Schellsburg are the only comrades comrades of his regiment now residing in this county. Deceased \was aged 79 year-, two months and three days. He leaves a wife and the following children: D. F. and D. H., of Springhope; Mrs. Joseph Rue of Point, and Mrs. George Miller of Schellsburg. The funera.1 was held in the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon, Rev. Levi Rogers conducting the Cervices. Interment iu the Hull graveyard near New Pans. Point, Pa., Sept. 23, 1908. JOSEPH SMITH DIES After Rescuing Grandchild From , Burning House. Ryot, 14 miles northwest of this was the scene of a Fad accident last Friday. Joseph Smith, aged 77 years, the morning working m the buckwheat field and had returned to the house noon. While Mr-. Clarence Smith, his wife, was preparing dinner, Mr. Smith went into the yard to enjoy the He -uddenly noticed that the house afire, and, guing the alarm, dashed the burning building to rescue bis child, an infant. He daggered from bouse a few minute 1 - later-witb the baby in his arms,. Then the aged man collapsed collapsed and died before medical assistance could he summoned. The exertion and excitement of the fire bad proved too great a strain upon hi- nervous system. The Smith home was entirely destroyed ^y the flames. The funeral was held on Sunday, interment being made at Ryot. Henry James Henry James died at hisfhome South Richard Street on Monday, September 21, aged 63 years, 11 months and 16 days. He was born in Bedford Township on October 5,

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  1. Bedford Gazette,
  2. 25 Sep 1908, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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