“According to the Pittsburg Sunday papers a trolley car was blown off the track at Oliphant. Outside of the fact that the incident is not true the story is all right.”

— The Morning Herald, 18 Jan 1909.

“Three more bankers were sentenced to the penitentiary Saturday. The gentle practice of appropriating other people’s money is sometimes subject to slight discouragements.”

— The Morning Herald, 18 Jan 1909.

“I predict . . . that in the next few years a medical man of Uniontown will be able to look through and through the human body and discover any irregularity or abnormality, and with other discoveries in therapeutics and surgical appliances brought into use, will be able to right it so far as human power can right a physical wrong.

Then in these halcyon days, and they are coming — we shall only die because ‘All men are Mortal.'”

– H.R. Stout, Fayette County physician

Source: “A Century of Medicine.” Daily News Standard [Uniontown, PA] 4 July 1896: 9.