1901 February 13 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1901 February 13 Harrisburg Telegraph - H pal Church, at Manila. Judge Stewart refused...
H pal Church, at Manila. Judge Stewart refused to grant a license to Benjamin Shockey for "The Inn," at Waynesboro. A license was granted to James C. Eachus, of Greeneastle. Mr. Eachus is proprie tor of the Antrim House and has recently recently passed through financial difficulties, difficulties, being discharged as an involuntary involuntary bankrupt last Friday. Abram C. Beetem, son of John and Martha Beetem, died at his home in North Middleton township, Cumberland Cumberland county, near Wert's school - house, aged 17 years. Deceased was ill nine days. He was a member of the Salvation Army. Two brothers, John and George, survive, besides the parents. John, who is a school leacher, is also ill with pneumonia. Samuel Coover, who had been quite ill for the past ten days, died at his home at Mechanicsburg, aged 56 years. The deceased had been ill with the "grip," which terminated in pneumonia, resulting in death. He had been a lifelong resident of the town and a veteran of the War of the Rebellion, being a member of company H, Seventh Pennsylvania re serves, and participated m many of the engagements of his regiment. illiam D. Earnest, Carlisle, died of consumption, from which he suf fered for some time past. He was aged about 40 years and was by oc cupation a wagonmaker, having con ducted the shop at Reservoir Hill for nearly four years past. About three weeks ago the family removed to Carlisle. A wife and four children, two girls and two boys, survive, the youngest being 7 weeks old. One sister, sister, Mrs. Harry Leas, of Carlisle, also survives. Richard Parker Henderson died at his home at Carlisle. Deceased retir ed Saturday evening in his tisual health, but at 10 o'clock suffered a stroke of apoplexj', which caused his death. He conducted a gram warehouse warehouse business. As a soldier in the Civil War, Mr. Henderson has an en viable record. He left Carlisle with company A, Seventh Pennsylvania vol unteer reserve corps, under the command and no building by throw which In Medical quick which feebled stomach, the a plane "Two an and Mrs. saw I had but known tion in be Dr. better years. any seven. advised Medical it, and it alone, cure gave that I ing to cure neglected taken Medical Pierce's Dr. regret the four icines

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