J. B. Johnson was called away
to New York State the 1st of this month by telegram, to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Johnson's brother, Avaldo Woodley, who died very
suddenly at his home in Cowelsville, N.Y.
Deceased was born in this
place some 38 years ago and lived here until 18 years ago, when he
left to make his home in the East.
He soon took a partner in
life and settled on a farm, where he lived until death called him
He was very highly respected
as a neighbor in the vicinity in which he lived, and his death cast
a gloom over the whole neighborhood.
He was buried on 4 Jul 1901,
the services being conducted at the house, after which the remains
were taken to Arcade and laid in the cemetery.
He leaves behind a sorrowing
wife, one son and daughter, three sisters and two brothers.