125 Years Ago
Herald of Jan. 19, 1899
About 300 tons of very fine ice was harvested from the Duncan heirs’ waterworks dam on Halter Creek at Ore Hill.
Butter had been 25 cents a pound but dropped in price to 16 cents. Eggs also dropped in price 25 cents to 16 cents per dozen.
Daniel Snowberger hauled a sled load of young ladies from Martinsburg to Bakers Summit, where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Pote.
John Ferry of Martinsburg occupied the pulpit in the Brethren Church at New Enterprise in the absence of the regular pastor, J.W. Smouse.
Emma Harshberger of Loysburg became the wif...