H.F. After more than a year's illness, William F. Amy, one of the best known citizens of Greenville, passed away in sleep at his home on Thursday Thursday morning, May 22. Although Mr. Amy had been ill his death was very sudden. On Wednesday Wednesday evening he had felt better than usual and with one of his sons had gone for a short automobile ride. He was the son of Isaac and Adeline Adeline (B'artz) Amy and was born in West Salem township, November 19, 1858. As a young man he engaged in the stone business and had a quarry in West Salem which he operated operated until 1903 when he opened a meat market in Main street and since that time he has been connected with both businesses. In 3887 he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Ruffing, daughter of John and Margaret Ruffing. He is survived'by his widow, the following children, Margaret, Fred, John, Floyd of Greenville, Lewis and C. W. of Jamestown, Albert, who has returned from army service in France, Mrs. James Rolands of Sharon Sharon and Mrs. John Soloman of Youngstown. One brother, Ralph, of Girard, 0., and six sisters, Mrs. John Thompson of Ellwood City, Mrs. T. E. Kamerer of Hanford, Wash., Mrs. Frank Sisley Sisley of Grove City, Mrs. George Suppler, Suppler, Mrs. Fi-ed Snyder and Mrs. William William Seiple of Greenville - also sur-_ vive. Funeral arrangements have not been completed.