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Outdoor Recreation for Couch Potatoes

Fall River, Massachusetts, September 2007

Commercial Appeal social and music writer Michael Donahue plays piano, Jack Robinson Gallery

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Sara Studdard, photographed on South Main.

 

Sarah works in marketing at AgBioWorks.

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Identifier: genealogicalglea01whit

Title: Genealogical gleanings of Siggins, and other Pennsylvania families; a volume of history, biography and colonial, revolutionary, civil and other war records including names of many other Warren County pioneers

Year: 1918 (1910s)

Authors: White, Emma Siggins, 1857- Maltby, Martha Humphreys, joint author

Subjects: Siggins family (John Siggins, 1750-1801)

Publisher: Kansas City, Mo., Tiernan-Dart printing co.

Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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hree being former pastors ofthat charge. The sermon was delivered by Bishop McCabe, from thetext as found in Exodus 25 ;8: And let them make me asanctuary; that I may dwell among them. It was an elo-quent discourse suited to the occasion and it was evidentthat this grand old servant of the Master had lost none ofhis power to sway the minds of men. At the conclusionof the sermon the trustees, Messrs, Orion Siggins, T. D.Collins, and J. G. Carson, were called to the chancel rail andthe edifice was formally dedicated by the Bishop to theservice and worship of Almighty God. The church stands in the centre of the town, on SouthMain St. on a lot donated by Mr. Orion Siggins. Three hun-dred people can be seated comfortably in the new edifice.The total cost of the building will be about $8000.00 whichwas borne equally by Messrs, Siggins and Collins, and itwas presented to the congregation without a dollar of in-debtedness. Mr. Siggins also donated the lot on which thenew parsonage now stands.

 

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JOSEPHINE (SIGGINS) UTTER.(183) A -r ORION SIGGINS.(182) Other Families 147 (53) GEORGE SIMPSON SIGGINS\ b. September 30,1809, in Venango County, Pa., d. August 20, 1875; in For-est County, Pa., m. April 10, 1843; by Rev. J. R. Miller. Rachel Dawson, No. (1113), b. at Stewarts Run. Shewas a devout member of the Methodist Church. A noble Christian woman whose every act and deed wascalculated to elevate and better the condition of those abouther. She will be greatly missed from the community whereher long and useful life was spent. 179.* i. EMELINE Harriet Siggins■, b. January 2, 1844 ;in West Hickory, Pa., m. January 1, 1867; inWest Hickory, Pa. by Rev. H. H. Moore.Col. Wesley C. Howe. 180.* ii. HANNAH Irene Siggins, (Named for IreneRoss), b. March 21, 1845; in West Hickory, Pa.m. March 11, 1863, in West Hickory, Pa., byRev. J. F. Stocker.James Gilfillan. 181. iii. RACHEL Ringold Siggins0, b. November 17, 1846; in West Hickory, Pa., m. October 16, 1866;in the old home in West Hickory

  

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Memphis, Tennessee

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Identifier: utahfarmerdevot1219utah_0

Title: The Utah Farmer : Devoted to Agriculture in the Rocky Mountain Region

Year: 1913 (1910s)

Authors: Utah State Agricultural College. Extension Service

Subjects: Agriculture Farmers Farm management Farm produce Farmers' spouses

Publisher: Lehi and Salt Lake City, Ut. Co

Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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Samples Free7^*^—-^ATTACHED INSTANTANEOUSLY! Name and Address. Numbered if Desired.LEG BANDS for Poultry, Pigeons, TurkeysIgALT LAKE STAMP CO. Salt Lake, Utah;. RegisteredBULLS Short Horn andHerefords If you want one or acarload, phone, tele-graph or writeat once E. W. Patrick Marion HotelOgden, Utah 8 (152) THE UTAH FARMER SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, lf>18 Questions and Answers HOG TROUBLES Enterprise, Washington Co., Utah.Utah Farmer: DEAR SIR:—I wish to ask a ques-tion about a little pig, and would bepleased to have you answer it throughthe Utah Farmer. We have a sowthat has just farrowed a few days ago,and one of the pigs had a sore placeon its head when it was born. Itlooked quite sore and red; it doesntlook so bad now, but it is swollen tothe size of a walnut and seems toswell some every day. The pig seemsto be doing as well as the rest of thepigs. The sow had nine, and threehave died. She had eleven in Marchand raised ten. She is not doing or

 

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Vonmore, Percheron, No. 63993, owned byHAMMER BROS.Copperstown N. D. THIS VALUABLE STALLION IS INSURED —one of the hundreds of good riskscarried by this company. Owners ofLivestock should know the advantagesof Livestock Insurance. Consult A.W. Smith agent for Utah, 28 SouthMain Salt Lake City. Montana Livestock and Casualty-Insurance Co.Home OfficeHelena Montana REGISTERED JERSEYHEIFERS FOR SALE We can offer large thrifty bullsfrom R. M. dams with official testsfrom 400 to 500 pounds of butter withfirst calf mated to heifers which wewill sell in lots of 5, 10 or 20. Writefor prices. Production Our Watch WordMOUNT OGDEN STOCK FARMA. C. ANDERSON2532 Polk Ave. Ogden, Utah looking as well as she did in thespring for some cause. She has beenrunning in an alfalfa pasture sincethe 15th of April until a few days before she farrowed. We fed a littlegrain while in pasture. We have sixtytwo pigs now, besides the six littleones. T. T. ADAIR.Answered by Dr. H. J. Frederick. From the description

  

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