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Ball, Frank
appeared in Fenelon Falls Gazette, 11 Sep 1880, p. 2, column 4
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POISON IVY AGAIN.--On Sunday last, in the Fenelon Falls cemetary, a young man named Frank Ball unconsciously came in contact with poison ivy, which produced the usual unpleasant effects, and on Tuesday he was nearly blind, and had to go about with his face wrapped up. The ivy, as we before had occasion to remark, is very abundant in and around this village; but it is quite harmless to many persons, who can even handle it with impunity, while others say that they cannot go near it without being affected. Fortunately, however, the "poison" does not produce very serious results, and the sufferers soon recover.

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Ball, Frank