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 - GREENCASTLE Greencastle, Feb. 23. Miss Emily...
GREENCASTLE Greencastle, Feb. 23. Miss Emily Collier is visiting friends in 'Washington. D. C. Mrs. Henry Omwake left Friday for Collegeville, where she will visit her son, Rev. G. L. Omwako, dean of Ursinus College. Samul Phillippy is seriously ill at his home near town. The Kate M. Ho - vls property, on Dahlgreen street, has been sold to Kane Shoun. J. Gil - more Fletcher, Esq., of Pittsburg, was the guest of his father last week. Miss Carrie Rhodes left Friday for Lancaster. The secretary of the board of health reports 66 houses in Greencastle quarantined for measles. Howard AVilson has returned to Cleveland, Ohio. W. G. and S. P. Vance have purchased the Hiram Stouffer farm of 161 acres in Washington county, Maryland, for $141.50 an acre. Mrs. W. R. Davison and children, of Waynesboro, are guests of Mrs. A. E. Clippinger. W. F. Trout, of Philadelphia, was a visitor here last week. The eighty - fifth birthday of Samuel Omwake was celebrated last week. In honor of the event a dinner was served at the Omwake home, attended by a large number of relatives and friends. David Kennedy Is slowly recovering from his recent illness at his home on South Washington street. Jacob Shank has contracts for a number of new houses to be erected in Greencastle this spring. that he simply with the stated that support connection nearly Panama. THERE of piano Its after year splendid that the quick instrument and Troup Market

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 23 Feb 1909, Tue,
  3. Page 5

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