Bill Would End Deer Hunting
125 Years Ago
May 7, 2020
Herald of May 2, 1895
A bill prohibiting the killing of wild deer in the state for a period of five years passed the House in Harrisburg. The bill makes it a misdemeanor to transport, sell or have in possession any deer or deer meat during the period the law is in force.
The spring term of the Martinsburg Normal School was to open May 6 at the Juniata Collegiate Institute Building. Prof. Kagarise was to be the instructor.
Using his new Victor bicycle, David Burget traveled from Freedom to his home at Curry in 43 minutes.
The Pennsylvania Railroad announced a schedule of reduced rates for pe...