1919 January 7 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1919 January 7 Harrisburg Telegraph - OFFICERS Jan. 7. - The Post No. 309, newly -...
OFFICERS Jan. 7. - The Post No. 309, newly - elected elected to - morrow - are: Commander, adjutant. quartermaster, surgeon, Joseph C. Brandt; Miller; officer Robert Dunkin - Samuel Mo - sergeant, J. E. BENEFITS Jan. 7. Wilson school comes into and buildings $50,000 by Lortz at her husband at ago willed with the provision it should police investigated. It was learned that the car is owned by E. J. Flani - gan, of Philadelphia, and had been stolen from him. Gile confessed to the theft before leaving here with the Philadelphia policeman, but absolved absolved Seward from any knowledge of or connection with the crime. WORRY CAUSES SUICIDE Waynesboro, Pa., Jan. 7. James Bumbaugh, a resident of Little Se - nia, near Mont Alto, employed at Frick Company's shops here for the past twenty - seven years, committed suicide at his home by swallowing strichnine. Worry over continued illness illness from stomach trouble, much Illness Illness among members of his family, and about his son, now In France with the United States Expeditionary Expeditionary Forces, are said to have been the cause of Mr. Bumbaugh committing committing the rash deed. POOR DIRECTORS ELECT Waynesboro, Pa., Jan. 7. At a meeting of the directors of the poor Mrs. Willis, visiting parents, duty bridges declared Miss days Mrs. Mrs. rollcall were paper Power mills.

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  2. 07 Jan 1919, Tue,
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