December 14, 1917; Altoona Tribune

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December 14, 1917; Altoona Tribune - This shows tho progressive spirit and will...
This shows tho progressive spirit and will assist In winning Journalistic Success. Among the recent dead in the coun-ity coun-ity coun-ity we note: Mrs. Belle Murray, of wlndber, who died at the home of her parents at Grafton; John N. Geissin-ger, Geissin-ger, Geissin-ger, aged nearly 80, who died at the home of his son, Michael Geissinger, of Huntingdon." The Huntingdon Milling company's flouring mill in Portstown has been undergoing extensive repairs 'for the past two weeks, during which time some new machinery has also been installed. Lime-burning, Lime-burning, Lime-burning, a time honored winter winter occupation in the country, is a rarity this season, owing to the high price of coal and the scarcity of help. The Atlantic Radiator company, of

Clipped from Altoona Tribune14 Dec 1917, FriPage 4

Altoona Tribune (Altoona, Pennsylvania)14 Dec 1917, FriPage 4
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