Charles J Snyder dies. March 8, 1919
Saturday, March 1 A partial revival of building for the first time since the war is seen in the increased number of permits despite the high cost of labor and material. March "comes in like a lamb" and old prognosticators predict it must therefore "go out like a lion." Former Lieutenant Governor Mc - Clain announces plan to eradicate Bolshevik tendencies by education. A decrease of 30 cents a ton in coal Is announced by dealers, mildness of the winter leaving a big supply on hand. Fernando Loudermllch resigns from poor board to become steward of the almshouse, succeeding John W. Early, resigned. John H. Lehr, Lykens, succeeds Loudermilch. Millersburg council given permission to float $5,000 bond issue. Charles J. Snyder, prominent Millersburg man, dies.