1901 April 14 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1901 April 14 Harrisburg Telegraph - returned to of to on It naw, m attempting to...
returned to of to on It naw, m attempting to rescue ner children from the flames, was frightfully frightfully burnecL The house was com pletely wrecked. FAYETTEYILLE. Josephine.. Pat terson, a young colored woman, liv ing at Pond Bank, was awakened yes terday morning by a snake crawling over her body. She gave a scream of fright and attempted to throw off the snake, a large copperhead, which bit her on the arm. Her shrieks aroused other members of the family, family, who killed the snake. A physician physician was promptly summoned, and found the woman much swollen, and is fearful that he cannot save her life. CAN WAIT. Department. "Should have a regardless systems from George Department." "The use departments," Haven. . "The gloves by towns are strung," Castle. "The use fire alarm the electric Pittsburg

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 14 Aug 1901, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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  • 1901 April 14 Harrisburg Telegraph

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