HANKS T.FMEH AN att Jr. fOr*Bt»fl, away Saturday niglifc &t 8 o'elfick « her name,. rlSf R,number *ttf AK&^HX m atAfe •LfeM<a*tt*ttfc*- txj&il ^Mf'ttttt li& Ol yewrfl Mich'* FOTvulSul Uwu^DGBn lu .Wiling health, Jwm A eofflfllfeaUdri 6f dise««e*,WMl6h iwsumfed a mwc setfeitt aspiet the test fivfe yem .fioftt on July 24,1864 at flellwood, Mrs^reman WAS aged 16 years, 7 tnohths attd 21 dap, her parents, Mr arid MM, Andrew Gardner, be- lli! flonartd resident at that place. In August,, I8W, France* T. dard« her And Mr. foreman were united iti HiWriage at Tyrone And to this union four children «*re born, two of whom survive, namely: Laura M,, iife of David Molt and William Mbfcman, both of Philipsburg. Her mfsband, who is now eighty years of nge,, survives, along with three brothers, Frank, Harry and Charles Gfardner ,of Tyrone. When , ft- young girl she united With, th e Baptist Church, but owing to enfeebled health, of late years was not permitted to attend the hoise of worship, but retained her chrMian experience to the end. DtUhlng the thirty years as a resl- d/nt' of Houtzdale, Mrs. Foreman gained the love and admiration of a 'Wide acquaintanceship, and these cherished the fellowship of this good, woman, The body was brought to the home _of her daughter, Mrs. DaVid Molt, ' of> South Centre Drive, Philipsburg, where private funeral services were held this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock in charge of Rev.,Ralph Illingworth, with burial In Umbrla cemetery,' Osccola Osccola Mills.