I suspect Rudisill, or a decendent, may have come back at some point to settle. 1897
UPPER END. Thomas Price, of Alabama, was renewing old acquaintances in Lykens this week. Lykens was in darkness a few hours this week owing to the repairs being made at the electric light works. The mines at l.ykcns were closed down Thursda v. 1. D. ti. M. W. I,. H. Oorgas, of Har - risburg, installed the oflicers of Ashlar Lodge of Masons, Lykens, Tuesday evening. Bishop Itulison will confirm a class in Christ Episcopal Church. Lykens, Monday evening. February 15th. Deaths Airs. Anne Bateman Williams, Peale Tunnel, Fa., formerly of Lykens; John D. Baum, likens; George lleber - iing Sites, Millersburg. Presiding Elder D. D. Lowery, of Har - risburg, will preach at Zion's U. B. Church Ik - Iow Matamoras to - morrow. An annual dividend of four per cent, has leen declared by the Standard Axle Works, Millersburg. The First National Bank ,of Millers - bur;;, his declared a semi - annual dividend of four jer cent. Rev. II. A. NeitB, of Millersburg, will re - enter the ministry of tho United Evangelical Church. General Superintendent Wallis, of the Northern Central, inspected several sites for the new Millersburg Depot this week. Hurry A. Stock will take charge of the Millersburg electric light plant after April 1st. M. L. Keeger and W. L. Weaver, of Millersburg. have gone to Bay View, Gn., on a three weeks' hunting trip. Isaiah A. Ruilisill and family, who I moved to Millersburg a month or more as;o from BrooUviile, H'liois, took their departure on Tuesday to again locate in : the West, settling down at Dows, Iowa. When Mr. Rudisill came to this section J lie expected to reit a 'farm or secure em ployment or some khki, nut n round a soaraity of work In the East.