The Lock Haven Express newspaper from Lock Haven, Pennsylvania on Tuesday, October 10, 1892 listed George Klepper as selling his farm.
SUGAR VALLEY GLEAMINGS.
From the Journal.
George Klepper has sold his farm near Booneville and will quit farming. Next spring he will move to Lock Haven and work in the furniture factory.
The number of people in this vicinity afflicted with rheumatism at present is greater than at any other time within a period of ten years. The air seems to be full of it and almost every third person one meets limps or carries a cane.
A band of about fifty genuine Berks county gypsies pased through town on Monday on their way to Brush Valley, where they intend to camp a week or ten days before returning to their winter quarters. Their outfit consisted of fourteen wagons, thirty horses, three tents and a log of cooking utensils.
Operations at Brungard's saw mill in the Long Narrows has been suspended owing to the prevalence of typhoid fever in the camp. Four members of one family - father, mother, son and daughter - are afficted with the disease. One death is reported, the victim being a young man named Strobble.
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