Orville Coon

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Orville Coon - in was for is OUB BBOOKFIELD LETTEE. SAVTftO...
in was for is OUB BBOOKFIELD LETTEE. SAVTftO PBIiNTES TO LOSE DOLLARS--THE SCHOOL TAi^-PEBSONAL KOTES. CORRESTONDERCK Or THE AQITATOR. BBOOKFiBLri, August 8.--£ome of our well-to-do fanners have let the grass their meadows get ripe before they it because they were not willing to men fee going pricfr"-|1.50 a dayHnst what nofcso-well-to-do farmers paid. * made me think of the old saying stopping over a dollar to pick np pence. Their grass, cut after the seed of three-fourths as much a hay cnt for ipl| bloom, and hay-buyers will'not ex- anyprice for it. . o it have^imBwJed late-planted^potatoes^at school- j east the vines have pnt on a different look. It is.barely possible that to be will be 50 per cent, of what and for last year. . . " ' . ' J , jnoet State. ,TMg353££S£S£g$£jSS; con* xh e School Directors hate r levied two been mille on the dollar--the lowest the many years. It makes the ^tax-payers only wear smiling faces^ Big taxes that f; ^ pay a expenses. Many of the farmers think that the State tax on money at interest is a thing for these who haven't any to let, because it lessens their school-tax. keener of be- lines State tax on the amount of money and if the Legislature raised the rate be^fore the money hired was paid, they would have to pay more. A .few ago the State* tax was 3 mills, but who hires $100' will pay 6 per cent, vest an,d 4 mills bu the dollar in _Bev; John Bowman, D. D.,of Cedar "», Iowa, but formerly of, this For a church" yesterday. He is 76. arid the been tidewater latest last other Brad- Mr. BowmanJipent his boyhood days this town, anlonlya few who were and girls.with hlin are still living. directly aud line of on the to be and and friends. Mr. Mead's mother, who has been, here for several weeks past, a went home with them. ' ' ' . ' --Mr. --Mr. anil-Mrs. .Rafter went to Friendship, Friendship, N;'Y.Vlast week to attend his j gr» ndfather's funeral. : Mr. and Mrs. Walter Guernsey entertained entertained r^atives from Midland City, Mich., a Jfew days last week. Mr. anu Mrs. Coon, of Mi Mien., visited her sister, . Pride, last week.. . Mr. an* MSB. R. A. Stanton have relatives from Cantou, Bradford CDuntyj, visiting them. The "Austinburg base - ball nine cross bats with the Woodhull nine the latter's ground next Saturday. OCCURRENCES AT OSCEOLA. ·- SUDDEN -DEATH OF AN AGED LADY--SUMMER LADY--SUMMER OUTINGS--PERSONAL. ' -

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  1. The Wellsboro Gazette,
  2. 10 Aug 1892, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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