Isaac Smith obit
near Nan- 2:30 o'clock by her pastor. Rev. Dr. of| j bisl tract, Alti- call-, Lang last an interesting Saturday returned for visited the home-j Roser ^ Saturday. Isaac Smith, a former resident of near South Bend, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Belle Ruoff. of Pittsburg. on September 1.".. He was aged 91 years, ~ months and IT. days. The deceased spent practically his entire life as a f a r m e r in the neighborhood of South Bend. Five months ago he left there to reside with his daughter. He was a member of the Royal Arcanum at Imun and a member member of St. Jacob's Reformed church at South Bend. He is surived by the following children: Robert, of Saltsburg: Saltsburg: James, of Apollo: Cochran. Crawford and William, of I r w i n : G., of Pittsburg. Mrs. Sarah Kinnard, cf Kittanning. and Mrs. Belle Ruoff, of Pittsburg. Funeral services were conducted in the Reformed church at South Bend on Wednesday afternoon \:y Rev. F. K. Starnm, of Vandergri f t, assisted by Rev. D. W. Kerr, of Apollo. Apollo. Interment followed in the South Bend cemetery. a? eye. that scale Pennsylvania, badly now so a ago results stale and to without places Jose and absolutely of has by York Bowers counties: Prof.