McWilliams, James A.
., li tilttSiiHlij Everting •}©n 'Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock, Jfgnefe A. McWilliains, one'of the best known citizens of Spruce Creek valley, died"in'the "Beflefonto. "hospital of a Complication i«f 'diseases. Mr. Me- Williams became quite ill Thursday and bn Sunday/morning, in the hope ol saving his life he was taken to the iibapitaF tor' treatment "'Where he died doriflg thfe evening hours, ^anles A. ; MfcWlHianis vras a son .o the late William B. and Elizabeth Me WtfliamB early, ; settlers of Spruce Creek -taHey. ' Deceased ' was born about 1 seventy years ago at Graysvlll where ne spent his entire life. H< vttat fc devoted-'member of the Presby teriarr church at Spree Greek; ^Surviving te mourn his death ar th*se> sisters' and brothers: -Miss Mary NlcWilliams, Mrs. Margaret Gardner, Mi% R. G. Gqheen and George liams, Pennsylvania Furnace; Cyrus lijcWilliams and Mrs. Ida M. Goheen, Tyrone, arid William McWilliams, of Monroe Center, Illinois. (Funeral services will be held at the htorie* on Tuesday morning'at 10.30, f.riducted by Rev. Dr. R. M. Campbell, interment at Oraysville.