he was conscious, and lingered until 4 o'clock when death released him from his suffering. The funeral took place at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from his father's residence at Rock Springs, the services being conducted by Revs. J. C. Kelly and T. S. Armentrout. Interment at Graysvillo. The deceased was aged 29 years, 8 mouths and 28 days. • He was born at Rock Springs and there spent his life until about eight years ago when ho came to Tyrone, and since that time he had been engaged as clerk in the store of his brothers, J. C. and J. M. Goheen, in this place. On June 20 last ho was united in marriage to Miss Mary Gray, o/ State College, and to thorn a little babe has since been born. Thus early is a happy home broken by the sudden departure of husband and father. Also surviving him are his aged father, J. J. Goheeu, and five brothers, J. C. and J. M., of Tyrone; Rev. J. Millikeu, of India, who arrived home from that far- off land only a couple of weeks ago; and H. G. and R. G., at home. Tho de- censed was a member of Tyrone lodge No. 404 F. & A. M. He was also a consistent member of the First Presbyterian church of Tyrone, and despite his inj firniities he looked upward and forward with hope and faith to the God to whom in his last hours he so devoutly entrusted his wife and little one. To the last he clung to the comfort of worship at the family altar. It was only in the belief that ho was best serving those lie loved, as he had always unselfishly done, that ho committed the fatal act. In this hour of their gloom the bereaved family have the heartfelt sympathy of their countless friends.