1913 November 17 Samuel Rock and the Big Pig

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1913 November 17 Samuel Rock and the Big Pig - is a - Great Porker Too Heavy to Be Weighed on...
is a - Great Porker Too Heavy to Be Weighed on Scales Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., Nov. 17. Samuel Rock, a former constable for Waynesboro, Waynesboro, and who claims to be the raiser of the largest hogs in this section, discovered discovered that he had eclipsed all prece dents when he butchered his two porkers. porkers. With the assistance of three men he succeeded In getting the "runt ' of the two upon the scales and it tipped the beam at 450 pounds. He was stalled, however, when, with thrice the number of men, he attempted attempted to weigh the other hog. After considerable effort it was dragged upon tne scales and there was a crash. The platform had given away and its its weight could not be ascertained. SPECIAL SERVICE FOR VETERANS Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg', Pa., Nov. 17. A special service was held yesterday afternoon in the First United Brethren Brethren Church when the Rev. Dr. Parrett, who is conducting evangelistic services in that church, made an address to the veterans of the Colonel H. I. Zinn Post. Grand Army of the Republic. been several ents lies the to roast that

Clipped from Harrisburg Telegraph17 Nov 1913, MonPage 2

Harrisburg Telegraph (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania)17 Nov 1913, MonPage 2
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