Death of Mrs James Vought
he THE DEATH OF MRS. JAMES V0D6HT Daniel S. Adams, of the St. Lawrence Lawrence Dairy Co., has returned from TJnadilla, N. T where he attended the funeral of Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. James G. Vought. Mrs. Vought had been ill for two - years, at times closely confined, with pernicious anemia. During recent months the aid of all adepts in medical science had been exhausted to stay the malady, but even repeated blood transfusions were of no avail. Mrs. Vought was a daughter of Elijah and Caroline Merrill, to whom she was born on May 18, 1862, at Litchfield, Pa., where her youth was pasned and her marriage with Mr. Vought solemnized on Dec. 31, 1884, Of this union three children were bcrn: Nina, who died in early childhood; childhood; Glen M., residing at home as a traveling salesman; and Mrs. Carrie B Adams, of 117 North Eighth street, Reading. The family moved to Una - dilla from Athena, Pa., in 1917. Of Mrs. Vought it is known to those who knew her best that she was the possessor of those womanly attributes attributes which engender love and respect and firm friendships. She was a member of the Methodist Epis copal church of Nichols, N. T., and the Order of the Eastern Star of that village. The beautiful floral tributes laid upon her bier bv nrlmii - inc friends mutely attested high regard for the deceased and sincere sympathy sympathy for the husband, son and daughter In their bereavement. A brief prayer service was held at the home at 7.30 o'clock Sunday evening, evening, conducted by Rev. E. J. Griswold or tne Baptist church, which the iamny nave made their church home since coming to Unadilla, and the remains were taken to Nichols, N. T Lvr uuriai me ronowing day, the xunerai services, being held from the Methodist Episcopal church of that place, with the Rev. Charles E. Lewis, of Sayre, a former pastor, officiating!