Railroad Spur Extended
December 26, 2019
Herald of Dec. 20, 1894
A spur of the Williamsburg railroad was being extended to Congressman Hicks’ farm on Clover Creek, where limestone quarries were already opened. The quarries were to be operated in the spring.
Miss Annie Kensinger was badly burned when she spilled a skillet of hot lard on her left arm while baking cookies at the home of George Paul.
Hucksters were buying turkeys at 7 cents a pound.
John Bonebreak, a student at Western Medical College, Pittsburgh, was home on Christmas vacation.
The Rev. F.W. Leidy was holding several services at Cove Forge.
Articles of incorporatio...