Clipped From The Wellsboro Gazette
; iweight *" P laces in tme P*" Â°* f 1 * --Mrs. James L. Coon dieA at'the ofpier daughter, Mrs. SunxnAr M. Copp, Ea8.taveuue,last Wednes^y. Mrs. Coon ! has lieen in poor health for some_ tira^, IN was in visiting of and'on Sunday she was jstrickein with paralysis and rapidly declined until the hour of her death. Mrs. Coon was W" years of age. She was a most estimable woman. She leaves three children, Mrs. A.' V. Pierce, of 'Genoa, III., Mrs. S. M. Copp 6f this borough, and C. J. of Corning. Thq funeral was held on Friday morning. Rev. O. S. Chamberlayne Chamberlayne conducting thejservice, and the remains were taken~to Corning, N. Y., former home, for interment.