1911 February 10 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1911 February 10 Harrisburg Telegraph - HABRISBURG FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUAR 10, 1911....
HABRISBURG FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUAR 10, 1911. PROBE EVIDENCE FAVORS E. . HE Surgeons Remove Kidney From Tomstown Merchant Brought Out That Senator Is Tramped Upon by a Horse, Henry B. Moats Is Compelled to Undergo Operation Not Stockholder in Block Company DENY ANOTHER TALE Witnesses Sav Railroad and Company Are Xot Fricndlv 5 fe?icl to The Telegraph . Special to The Telegroph Waynesboro, Pa., Feb. 10. Henry B. Moats, a well - known Tomstown merchant, was successfully operated upon for the removal of one of his kidneys in the Church Home Infirmary, Infirmary, at Baltimore. The operation lasted three hours. Late reports are that he has improved considerably. Moats was tramped upon several years ago by a horse and it was a result of the Injuries sustained at that time that the operation became necessary. necessary. This is the second time he has been operated upon. In the early spring an operation was performed, but it did not prove successful. Duncannon Man Gets Declares Is

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 10 Feb 1911, Fri,
  3. Page 11

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