1910 May 13 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1910 May 13 Harrisburg Telegraph - ED FATHER AND , DAUGHTER DIE wo Pass Away...
ED FATHER AND , DAUGHTER DIE wo Pass Away Within a Minute of Each . Other URT IN RUNAWAY hn Bonner, Lewisberry, Dragged by Frenzied Mules William George, aged 70 years, a v!I war veteran, died at noon yea - day at his home In Fayetteville bm a stroke of paralysis with which was seized in the morning. His ughter Ruth, 20 years old, who was In an adjoining room, when told her father's attack, became worse d died at almost the exact time he 1. Dragged by Runaway" Mules John Bonner, aged 25, according to telephone message received yester - y in Carlisle, was dragged a consid - able distance by a team of runaway ules at his home in Lewisberry, mberland county, and probably tally Injured. Building a Fire Trap Mrs. Caroline Bartlett Crane, civic pert, in an address before a public thering in Hagerstown "Wednesday ening declared the Winter street liool building, which Is daily used several hundred pupils, to be the bretflre - trap she has ever inspected. e said it would be criminal to allow e building to remain in its present WILL win be Special BloomAeld. force of men and are Garber's storeroom. the overseer erection of church.' new church done and the within six Potter Hays will the Grand Army Sunday, May Exerolsea the cemetery Mr. Hays on Sunday of the a baritone nolo, Horace Sheibly. of the will hold building evening. Graduation high school house of will graduate. TO Make Special The a concert on evening of cream and Ralph Crouse canoed from two and town they were P. Crouse. W. Mrs. Mary Cofrode and returned from Speece at Mrs. Lewis N. returned Monday, W. B. teacher

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 13 May 1910, Fri,
  3. Page 15

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