1918 Oct 15 George Patterson shot in head

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1918 Oct 15 George Patterson shot in head - club, managed went to Cincinnati The National!...
club, managed went to Cincinnati The National! season. If I ball was at Cincinnati Reds witn it. let thirty - nine suixeeaeu West Shore News an m bumicui ordered him ,ju.i . u that there could curve The debate became so torrid that in. They built about twenty plane. Mid - was planted." Triumph. Bond, a of the cham - slightly to the Bond succeeded three trials in passed the post the second feat he repeated The skeptics wind for the contention De - T IN HEAD BY COMPANION Ball From a Pistol Causes Death of Franklin County Youth in Chambersburg Adam Thorley. of New Cumber - j land, took an extended trip west. I Miss Elizabeth Smaling, of New Cumberland, spent the weekend with friends at York. Mrs. Walter Sipe, son Arthur, of i Lorain, Ohio, and David Sipe, of New - ; berry, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ! DDavid Sipe on Market street. New j Cumberland. "Waynesboro, Pa., Oct 15. George Patterson, aged IS, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Patterson, Good's Siding, near Quincy, was the vic tim of a pistol shot Sunday after MRS. DAVID KEAGY DIES Waynesboro, Pa., Oct. 15. Mrs. Effle Keagy, wife of David Keagy, died Sunday morning. She was 52 years of age and is survived by her husband and these children: Arthur Keagy, . in France; Frank Keagy, of Washington; George, Gibson, Lulu, Nettie, Anna and Elsie Keagy, of Waynesboro. RED CROSS NURSE DIES Waynesboro, Pa., Oct. 15. Miss Mary Minnick. a graduate nurse of nnnn riisohsreeri hv Harrv Rnnlr : Hie Luamutiouuis " aged 17. Shortly after the shoot - volunteered tor Army service ana ing, which is claimed by Rock to I was "ccepieu u, u u wUOS .c have been accidental, the victim ! cently being called for Army serv was taken in an unconscious condi tion to the office of Dr. W. H. Bros - ' ius, at Mont Alto. Here an exami - invited in a of . Mitchell. i right of the j nation ;howed th'at tne bullet had ricbt si - ball pitch - scientific fact the big news de of ! entered the young man s head a snort distance aDovev tne ien tern - j pie, and penetrated the brain. He i was at once removed to the Cham - j bersburg Hospital where he died a ice at Camp Devens, Mass., died Sunday morning at the hase hospital, where she had been stricken by influenza a few days ago. Her only sister, Miss Eliza Minnick, is very ill at the Chambersburg Hospital. ui duiiu aim i iew miuuica imci, iiuv.iv, vvuu umi to all parts the shooting, was questioned by the) for a fact i authorities as to the occurrence and! done, experimenters afflicted with ; bhortly there - deceivers on stated, "the revolver was in my hand when it went off," but refused to answer any further questions. He was arrested and will be arraigned later. WOMAN WINS THREE RACES King Horse Holds Stage at is

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 15 Oct 1918, Tue,
  3. Page 8

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