Scan of a newspaper article reporting on the death of Private James Duncan Reid of Craigvale. The article also contains a portrait of Pte. Reid. The text of the article reads: "Pte. James Duncan Reid, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reid of Craigvale was killed in action, Sept. 30, 1918. When the special call came for men from Simcoe, he was among the first who answered the call of duty and humanity, enlisting with the 157th Battalion. After training at Camp Borden, he went overseas with that unit in October, 1916. When his Battalion was broken up in England he was transferred to the 75th Bn. and went to France on May 24, 1917, and had taken part in the heavy fighting of the summer. He was gassed on Nov. 10th, 1917, and was sent to Liverpool Hospital for treatment. He remained for four months, going thence to a convalescent camp. Again joining the 75th Bn, he returned to France on August 19. 1918, being there only five weeks when word was received that he had been killed in action. In his letters home he was always cheerful and bright, and never missing a week in writing, his last letter being written on Sept. 26, before going up the line. He was a member of the Craigvale Presbyterian Church and had many friends by whom he will be greatly missed. He leaves to mourn his loss, one brother in Craigvale and three sisters in Barrie."