Here's a transcription (Note: Montreal refers to Montreal, Iron County, Wisconsin)--
IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE (Ironwood, Gogebic Co, Michigan)
Monday, May 12, 1947 (p. 1)
Montreal--Sam Snarski, 72, a pioneer resident of Montreal, died Saturday evening at his home of a lingering illness.
He was born in Russia July 10, 1875 and came to the United States in 1909, living in New York prior to settling at Montreal about 40 years ago. Until his retirement two years ago, he had been employed at the mine. He was a member of the Polish Alliance Society of America.
Surviving are his wife, Mary, seven daughters, Mrs. Adam (Anna) Modjewski, Bessemer, Mrs. Aimee (Angeline) Jalbert, Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Ted (Josephine) Hill, Zion, Ill., Mrs. Walter (Veronica) Stowe, Chicago, Mrs. Art (Frances) Moselle, Gile, Mrs. Edmund (Louise) Thomas, Pence, and Genevieve at home, six sons, Sigmund, Montreal, John, Milwaukee, Alexander, Iron Belt, Anton, Adolph and Lawrence at home, a brother, Joseph, Bessemer, and 16 grandchildren.
Services will be held at 8:30 Wednesday morning at the Sacred Heart church at Montreal with the Rev. Fr. Kolman officiating. The rosary will be recited at the family home at 7 tonight. The remains were taken this afternoon to the family home at Montreal where they may be seen until time of service. Burial will be in the Hurley cemetery.