John Miller begins work on Charles J Snyder house. Jan 15, 1898.
I j '. ! j i , ; 1 , fU VK'ul,of MJ 'crsburg. l" '.l,!",,1 f ! lvorce from tJeorge O. ' - i''?."J'V - ..u t. u T i I1 . K"Ct?P' ",W operation in Lykens. Kisrht neortle are .,;,ii,i.,, - .Mi V! " 71" - ., - ; l t xr i " c ii i i i Kev. David - L. Mackenzie, of Philarte! , UPPER END. Mrs. Mary Michael, an aged resident of MHlersburg, fractured her right arm by a fall on the ice the other day. William L. Weaver, of MHlersburg, will leave next week on his annual three - weeks' gunning trip to Georgia. He will le accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. M. I. Kreeger. John Nicholas Heniping, formerly of Millersburg, died, at his home in Ogle county, 111., in his 70th year. Old officers of the First National. Bank, Millersburg. have been re - elected and $5,000 added to the surplus fund. A four Ier cent, semi - annual dividend was declared. declared. John II. Miller has begun work on the new double house for Charles J. Snyder, in Millersburg. Officers of the Standard Axle Works, Millersburg, have been re - elected and a six ier cent, annual dividend declared. Three - year old Ju'ia Doudon, daughter daughter of William Douden. Millersburg. died at the home of her grandparents in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, last week from pneumonia. Oharlr N. Ditty, of MiFersburg, died suddenly at his home in Millersburg Sim - day from hemorrhages. Theodore O'Neill, of Upper Paxton township, died Sunday. An infant child of F. B. Bowman. Armstrong Valley, died last week. A local teachers' institute will be held in1 Millersburg January 21st and 22d. Harry Putt, of Halifax, fe'l from a hay qiow and was badly bruised Saturday. Washington Camp. P. O. ti. of A., of Halifax, will hold an oyster supper this evening. Miss Folly Struck, the oldest resident of Mataruoras. died Tuesday, aged 03 years. A good crop of nine - inch ice was harvested harvested at Mil'crsburg during the recent Oiii. siien phia, has accepted the call to Zion Lu theran Vhureli, Lykens. and assumes charge January 23d. A teachers' institute of Millersburg and Upper Paxton township will lx held in Millersburg Friday evening and Saturday. February 4th and Tith. County roads ore in a miserable condition, condition, and spring weather seems to be aliont two months ahead of schedule time. Edward Collier. Elizabethville, a former former resident of Millersburg. died suddenly last Sunday. John Mackert has - purchased the resi - den. - e of the late II. B. Hoffman in Lenk - erville. to which place he will move his 1 ot fling works. Next spring will witness more changes in tenement houses in Millersburg than There will be changes everywhere and' every tonan table bouse will be occupied. Herald.