i I I Mr. Harvey N. Coffey Paaae. Last Saturday moruiog about 12:30 o'clock Mr. Harvey N. Coffey passed away at his home iu Globe, and was buried Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, in the pre sence of a large coucourse of rela relatives and friends, the funeral services being conducted by Mr. F. P. Moore. Deceased was nearly seventy live years of age and is survived by live children, his wife having passed away in February, 1911. The, children are Kd. and Vernon Coffey, who live in the West; Mrs. Mack Moore, of lollettsville, J. J. Coffey, of Ktlgcrnont. and Miss Minnie Cofley, w ho lives at the old home in CIuIh'. He was a son of the late (iiliiatu Coffey whose death occurred only a few years ago. Two sistTsaKo survive: Mr. .luhn H. Cragg. of Globe, and .Mrs. .las. Uiair, ol Watauga County. Mr. Coffey was a memlK'i ol the Baptist church at (i lobe and "was a . .wv. ... ,r,,... ,.;;,,. r - '---r- He was a Confederate veteran and rendered the Lost 'a use loyal and efficient service. He will Ik1 great ly missed by the people iu his community.