1899 June 26 Homer Rock

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1899 June 26 Homer Rock - Alphonse she . . . her; French and lovers'...
Alphonse she . . . her; French and lovers' better she go One house. deep; call to lie other her she Of was to Ali and ze good. but Ben of his down, stern she she sit pull, to him Ali!' mistake to see night on de words. Miss Charlotte Kutz, young daughter of John Kutz, of near Burgner's mill, Cumberland county, was kicked by a horse and seriously injured. Deaths Henry Brown, one of the oldest oldest citizens of Cumberland county, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. 55. C. Bentz, in Newville, in the 90th year of his age; William Dysert, son of William S. and Emma Dysert, Carlisle, died of spinal meningitis, aged 7 years; Miss Magdalene Bricker, highly respected and esteemed citizen of Boiling Springs, died from the effects of a stroke sustained three weeks ago. She was aged 75 years; Bishop Cornelius Cornelius Castle, an aged and highly esteemed citizen of Brownsville, Md., died at his residence at 4 o'clock, June 21st; Charles Ivyner died at his home in Wilson, Kansas, on June 13th. His death was due to neuralgia neuralgia of the heart and was very unexpected; unexpected; Homer E. Rock, son of Ir. and Mrs. Charles A. Rock, Chambersburg, died at the home of his uncle, W. R. Hamilton, Clifton Mills, Greene township. He had been sick with laryngitis for several days, which resulted in his death. His body was brought to Chambersburg and taken to the home of his parents. He was aged 13 years; James Crunkleton. died at his home, aged about 53 years. He had been ill for several months. He is survived by his wife, Rebecca, and these children: Margaret, Margaret, Joseph, James and Wesley. Wesley, of Mercersburg, is a brother. Mr. Crunr kleton was bom in Mercersburg and served served with credit in the Union army, being a member of the G. ,A. R. posts in Carlisle Carlisle and here. He was also a member of Fausett Lodge, G. U. O. O. F. her paralysis 'Je and this P. as at

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph26 Jun 1899, MonPage 2

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)26 Jun 1899, MonPage 2
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