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committees Democratic Friday: politics vote-buying. an act free have candidates and officers and In fight the the A DRY SUMMER RECALLED j pect Mon-William Gundy of Boyce Is Reminded ; av of Conditions Long Ago William Gundy of Boyce was in town on Saturday. Mr. Gundy says the present is the dryest and hottest season he ever saw except one when he was a youth; he thinks it was in Vl " iJ,a i'" "cu 1U il" - onsburg, and were engaged in black-' black-' black-' smithing. There was much teaming I in those days, and on account of the ! dry weather many tires were to cut. In those times the only means rf j fighting fires were bucket brigades, i and so fearful were the members of the town council of conflagrations that they refused to allow fires to be built in the open, so the blacksmiths were compelled to go down by the "Bridge church," outside of the borough, borough, to carry on the tire-cutting tire-cutting tire-cutting end of their business. ' j j mount-I ains K. cept list and Chautauqua, New

Clipped from The Daily Notes19 Aug 1911, SatPage 1

The Daily Notes (Canonsburg, Pennsylvania)19 Aug 1911, SatPage 1
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