125 Years Ago

First Snow of Season Falls


October 24, 2019

Herald of Oct. 18, 1894

The first snow of the season in Morrisons Cove arrived on Sunday, Oct. 14. Several correspondents reported the storm was severe.

W.B. Nicodemus resigned his position as clerk in D.D. Morrell’s store in Henrietta to take up school teaching.

Most of the typhoid fever patients around New Enterprise were improving, although there were a few not yet out of danger.

The German Baptist Seventh Day Brethren of Salemville held communion Saturday night.

Oct. 19 was designated as Arbor Day.

George McAllister and Gus Carlson were killed by the explosion of a sawmill boiler near Bradford. William Dwyer was seriously injured.

A new heater was placed in the basement of the Presbyterian Church in Martinsburg.

The exterior work on the new Lutheran Church was nearly finished.

D.A. Stoner, Simon Stoner and F.M. Smouse of Martinsburg were laying the brick for a new Lutheran church in Mill Port, Clearfield County.


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