1905 September 15 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1905 September 15 Harrisburg Telegraph - was - stage home at worship United Mont and the...
was - stage home at worship United Mont and the been in efforts pastor, did ing with his own hands. During the following week there will be services each evening at 7.30 o'clock, with sermons by the following clergymen: Monday Bishop Kephart. Tuesday The Rev. C. B. Wingert, Shippensburg. Wednesday The Rev. E. L. Hughes, Scotland. Thursday The Rev. W. D. Mower, Mower, Fayetteville. Friday The Rev. O. H. Albertson, Rouzerville. Saturday The Rev. H. J. Kitzmil - ler, Quincy. Sunday The Rev. J. W. Yohn. liquor number bought Elmer Shaeffer, of Lemoyne, has purchased the Mumper farm which ; adjoins the Mt. Olivet or Dillsburg camp grounds and will move there next spring. j i At Carlisle on Wednesday Calvin Goodhart, a stock dealer of Lees - ; burg was found guilty of selling without license. A large of witnesses testified they beer from Goodhart. Mills. swimming but of It. On Sunday morning while T. L. Boose, of Huntingdon, township, was about to reach on a ihelf in the kitchen kitchen closet for a dish he discovered a copperhead snake moving about on the shelf. He got a club and soon had the reptile under control. How the snake came to be in the closet up about three feet from the floor, is not known. age Mr. town skilled Letort In county delivery. sent Mrs. Catherine Enck died at her home in Churchtown Tuesday morning morning at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Enck was the widow of Jacob Enck, who died about one year ago. She was a member of the Reformed church at Churchtown for z number of years. Mrs. Big The recent high water of the Con - j owago carried a ay a hog weighing j ISO pounds from pen at Centennial

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 15 Sep 1905, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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