Clipped From Bedford Gazette
HOURS to last believe crop. benefit of benefit of on the Agriculture years points to have each year the haul should; for Frost SHERMAN SMITH Sherman Smith, a well-known esident of this county died at aome near Fishertown, Sunday norning, of double pneumonia. vas born in St. Clair township )ct. 31, 1867, a son of Joseph, \manda Lentz Smith and was narried. His first wife was Miss Â·lla Way. To this union one son r as born, Harry Smith, deceas- d. His second wife was Miss Blackburn, whom he married on March 11, 1894, who survives the following children: Mrs. Ruth Hinton, Cessna; Mrs. Mary Knlsely, Swissvale, Mrs. Ethel Charles, Harrisburg and Clarence and Elsie at home, 8 grandchildren and brothers and sisters: Howard Ryot; Sylvester Smith, Point, Samuel Samuel Smith, New Paris; Clarence Smith, Johnstown; Mrs. Harry Carson, Ryot and Mrs. Frank Oldham, state of Washington. He was a member of the Reformed Church at Fishertown where funeral services were held Wednesday Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock in charge of Rev. Earl Dobbs, Cessna. Interment was made in Fishertown cemetery.