1900 April 28 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1900 April 28 Harrisburg Telegraph - as is metropolis. M. Bos - of Hall. is too at...
as is metropolis. M. Bos - of Hall. is too at cur organization steadily until of a largo excellence of ensemble rarely comparatively played in connection Orchestra lovers whose Hollingswcrth will reside in Chambersburg. Chambersburg. Mrs. L. J. Sheafler was taken ill suddenly suddenly at her residence in Greason and diet! in the evening. The deceased was aged 48 years and is survived by her husband and two children, viz: Mrs. Theodore Goodha.rt, of Greason, at whose residence she died, and Charles, also of Greason. Mrs. Rebecca Bemebrake, a. former resident resident of Quicy, but who removed to Ila - ge rst own t hree years ago to mike her heme with her granddaughter, died at that place, aged 7S years. Orders continue to increase at the office of the Chambersburg Engineering Company. Company. Within the last two days contracts contracts have been closed for a. 4,000 - pound single frame hammer for the Midvale Steel Company, at Nicetown, Philadelphia; Philadelphia; a 6,000 - poiuwi double frame hammer for the Carnegie Steel Company's Homestead Homestead plant and a 4,000 - pJund double frame hammer for the Friek Company, Waynesboro. These orders were obtained obtained in face of the keenest competition and cm the merits of the work turned out by the company. At the residence of Representative W. W. Brit.ton, Upper Strasburg, Samuel V. Waynesboro's Franklin F. officiated. The Mis Ada. Frantz, honor; Misses mittsburg; town; Bertie Waynesboro, was best man Miller, Potter sang "Lohengrin," Goiod on the We have just Magazine for June. colored - plates illustrations of designs: We give the Hats. Dressmaking, This Summer, Costumes for to Care for Ma.king up Card Games, Concerning June, Other Novelties,

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 28 Apr 1900, Sat,
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