Harrisburg Telegraph 13 Feb 1901

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Harrisburg Telegraph 13 Feb 1901 - WEDNESDAY EVENING i s a S i February stock must...
WEDNESDAY EVENING i s a S i February stock must be up of the Entailed. Are a Few ...of the ITEMS we will offer for Week. CUMBERLAND VALLEY. Mrs. Elizabeth Esseck. aged SI years, died at the Cumberland county asyluro, at Carlisle. Joseph liouse died at his home in Mont Alto, aged 72 years. He'is survived by these daughters: Mrs. W. II. Brosius, Mrs. Daniel Bumbaugh, Mont Alto; Mrs. Daniel Bowers, Fayette" - ville. - , , The name of Dr. James S. Kennedy, of Chambersburg1, who is at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, has been sent to the, United States Senate by President McKinley to be an assistant surgeon with the rank of captain. ' Mrs. James Bear died at her home in Hoguestown of pneumonia. She had been suffering with "grippe"' for sometime past, but was much improved when it developed into pneumonia. She is survived by her husband and live children, all at home. Mrs. Frances K. Schlichter, wife of Daniel Schlichter, died at her home in Lettrkenny township, near Keefer's Store, aged 5G years. Three daughters survive: Mrs. J. F. Dice, Chambersburg, and Misses Electa V. and Iva E., at home. Mrs. Catharine Shelter died at the home of her son - in - law, George Wiles, at Stonehenge. Mrs. Shetter was aged 71 years. These children survive: Abraham, Kansas; John, near Siloam; Daniel, Stonehenge; Mrs. George Wiles, with whom she made her home, Stonehenge. Mrs. Rebecca Bowman died at the AFTER The Follows Grip bones, and perhaps than attack of Avho

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 13 Feb 1901, Wed,
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