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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. VoL XI. Xo. 273. Gettjsburg, Pa., Saturday, September 13th. 1913. Price Two Cento. V MUSIC COURSE IN. FORMER COUNTY INEW LAWS MEAN LETTERS FROM LAMSON HUBBAKD AND \VMTER STYLES COUNCIL TALKS ! OF AUTO ENGINE PUBLIC SCHOOLS! RESIDENTS DEAD! MORE EXPENSE COUNTY TOWNS 1 I ! · i ; j i i : Town Council's Attitude would Have j Parent Teachers Association Author: Several Adams County People Die j State Laws Passed by Legislature i Correspondents send in Many Items Popular Subscriptions Meet Half! the Cost of a Six Thousand; ( Dollar Apparatus. ^ For Sole BTJ ECKERTS STORE "On tlie Square" Newest Shades and Shapes in Men's Furnishing Department \Vindow izes Expenditure of 5150 as ! Start toward Music Course in Alt; the Lower Grades. i I Further seeps were taken by the j At the first meeting of the new · town council Friday evening toward: school year, the Parent Teachers As- Elsewhere. One Resident Dies in j will Mean Much Expense to Adams j County. The Various Measures' Causing Extra Outlay. l Colorado. Mrs. Rummei Dead at j her Home in Town - MRS. JOHN H. RUMMEL of Interesting Mews frcm their Respective Towns. Personals and Many Brief Items. The exoer.ses of Adams count", as ; | · so o i the purchase of additional fire appara- »tus when a representative of the Howe !y · Cornoanv presented the merits of an I DU Mrs. John H. Rumme!, nee Schriver,' well as a majority of the other coun- j .1 . FOUNTAIN DALE Fountain Dale--Preaching in the 51. WALTER' S T HEAT R E LUBIiN* PATIiE "BOB BUIL13 A BOAT" soeiation on Friday evening unarnious- died at her home on Stevens street | ties of the state, have been materially * E. church this Sunday morning- at 10 k- decided to have music taught in the j Friday afternoon at 2:45. She had been increased by the acts of many sorts 1 o'clock. Sunday School zz St. Jacob's public schools. jan invalid for the past three years.! passed a'c the rece'nt session of the leg- ' at 1:30 p. m.; preaching sy the pastor, I automobile combination water and j Prof. W. A. Bargoo:i, in speaking of 1 She was aged 70 years, o months and : islatare. The creating of a sealer of ' Re-.-. Marion Firor, at 2:30- Sunday " chemical engine to cost from S6000 to j the new domestic science course, the j 15 days. j weights and measures is one of the , School at the Church of the Brethren ! $6500. Council's attitude was favorable j manual training, etc. said that music j She is survived by her husband and , principal items of expense. However, ;s.t 9:30. Preaching by Rev. W. E. :o the purchase of such apparatus pro-; %vas about the only important study} the following children, Mrs. James f a portion of this amount mav be borne » Roop, at 10:30. -Lubhi Another of Bob Thompson's Blunders. PATIIE WEEKLY Xo. , Current Events Comic Section. Mutt xive? Jeff a lesson in js-ojjraySsy. A::«l "THE DIVIDING WALL'' Cine= Comedy Drama. '·'SILEXCE FOR SILENCE I^ibin Clever farce on SuacUv moralitv. COMING MONDAY, "SEPTEMBER "Within The Law" C!-NK3| vided. iialf the amount could be raised i which was not. being taught in I by popular subscription. (town schools to-day. He told of | the following- children, Mrs. James j a portio; | Wearier, Miss Elizabeth Rsijnrael, of bv anotJ the the i' Gettysburg, and John F. Runimel, of George A. 'McClellan, representing-: Board's permission having :een grant: a special committee or tiie 5re com- ! ed to have music taught, if the addi- Baltimore, Me.; Edward Sen Warren Charles her county. j Messrs. Glenn and. Harvey Among the bills which will or may' paid a visit; to their tsncle, cost Adams county money next year 1 Warren, last Sunday. d thereafter were the following: j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Benchoff mov- i-i!jy others. jpany, appeared before the council andjtional expense would be shouldered by j Sadie Schriver. of Lakewood, X. J.; The ace making radical changes in.ed from this place to their new home Me.; and two sisters, Mrs. co: hriver, of this place; Miss e an -**-- f\T T *a!rfi*i*/vr»/1 ^^ T *· I ' ; said that it was expected to start the: the Parent Teachers Association, and J and one brother. Francis R i subscription list witti a donation of i suggested that a committee should at · of this place. i $500 from one of the company's own j once be appointed to look into the I Funeral Monday morning at 10 ; funds. He stated further that the fact j cost of securing a gooJ teacher for the [o'clock from residence, 70 Stevens .' that the County Home, the County j remaining eight months of the school: street i Jail and the Court House are here [ year. I should insure a liberal donation from j Rev. Mr- Oct. out Prof- Burgeon's Schriver, j the primary election laws, providing 1 near Monterey, on last "Wednesday. I for party enrollment, the preliminaries j Miss Edith Tresler left for Waynes- N E W BIOGRAP1I PH 0 T 0 P L AY i the County Commissioners; that the i College and Seminary should contri- I bute substantially, that the banks had JDISOX · never been called upon to give the suggestions into the form of s. motion, which, when voted on, was carried almost unanimously. It was decided to of which will cost several hundred j boro on Monday where she expects,to dollars. · secure employment in a factory. The act changing the form of mar: Miss Hazel Warren, who has been riage license application, which means j visiting her aunt, Mrs. F. Benehoff, GEORGE R. HARlVlAX j new blanks and new dockets. near Monterey Hotel, returned to her George Richard Harman, of Ship- The act authorizing county commis- i home Monday of this week. pensburg, was stricken suddenly on Mondav of this week with acute indi- YTTAGRAPH TOWER. jiw»ajij | . , , . . . . i The story of a s-.-izgh-maa and his family, his wiiV and son. The mother has I or tne Lincoln .% ay project ana tnat j music a'l =orts of trouble with the inLschevious boy. THE SILVER CIGARETTE CASE Vitagraph { sums subscribed for the furtherance j year, for the purpose or introducing _ , ,, » _ ,, , into tne scnoois. paracsiiarly es. The additional se an amount, not to exceed S150 this gestion and died at about 5:30 in the ! afternoon. Mr. Harman was bom near lei«i= a young womau DO attempt murder, i cigarette case leads to her ^ [this money would, in all probability, j the six lower grades. i be available for the present proposed i amount necessary besid detection, =be repeats, is ihown mercy and suffers intense remorse. HER ROYAL HIGHXESS Edison manufacturing plants and ! business houses, together with private individuals, some of whom have al- The little IPrincess, tbein- but eleven years of use, is bored by the attentions "«".mu-», »«» ^ »».* --; «- of muny servants and tired of her luxurious toys she runs a-,vay, to the consseroa- ready agreeu TO ccatna-ate generously, tloa of "tlie roya! household, but is found making mud pies with two ragamuffins, j would doubtless bring up the tocal to .SPECIAL Two Keel Production Xexr Tuesday Xight: '-RED AXp · a handsome figure. de that :ow in Carlisle. York Springs, and 1866 to Martha A. v.'as married in Banner, of near Edward blasters, wife and child, of Chambersburg. were visitors at. the home of H. L. Tresler, last Thursday and Friday- Messrs. Harry and Jacob Wolf, of V.'HIFE ROSES' Througb eunspiracy ami scandal a u\an of proritinenve is a victfm of p !iLiej.l j-Qibit'on and intrigue. toaue AUTUMN HUNTING The meeting- of council had been | scriorion list with a donation specially called for other purposes and" toward the fund. the treasury will more than likely be raised in the near future, either with a town "tag day" or s. "'Sower bouquet day"'. A committee will be appointed later. C. B. Dougherty started the sub- of SlO no definite action ire.3 taken on j proposition but council's attitude For new styles in suits and over-coats ] e " 1 generallv in favor of the tms was purchase of has teaun "now, but the man. r fortunate enough to be a patron, of The Shop knows that he need not seek any Our handsome -~" "' ----- s a well eauiQoed automobile combination fire apparatus so that definite stens are expected in the near future ii.rLIiei. \JiL* lijiiiti^v^i*^ ti--iv^ %~i.-£,"-ij.»- t .. ~ _ ,. "". ^ , fabrics are awaiting your choice and our |2or the financing or tne plan. *me= are up-to-thfrmmete and -s\e w i l i j It -was reported at Friday evening's n"an-i rinKh your o-itSt j«_j~ "l^l: meeting-that none of the subscriptions for the application of "tarvia and oO to in only bti done when you have it mace by Will M. Selllgman, ash Tailor. On September 16th, we will A STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS. ! Ic the Dispiar of Sai: fabrics for autumn, now ready at the ^ I LIPPY STORE fj there L= no rootn for doubt as to the correct fashion or true quality. P Early ch-Xteins is best choosing. I j. D. LIPPY § g Tailor. p 5 _^ ^^^^^^i^-^EJ OIIHIHI»Hia»!»nHinHIlHHHIHUIinH!!»HHH«UHHUIinUIlH!]niI!n!lHHH!'inHIHHhllIHHIHIII!H^ I Student Supplies== j 1 "The Approved Kind" | Soda Water, Ice Cream--"The delightful sort" Candies, the kind you always ask for. Its the place to meet your friends, in the sound of the Yictrola music. the streets of town had been paid and the borough treasurer was requested to communicate with all those who had in charge the soliciting of donations notifying- them that the money was now due and requesting them to make the collections. Martin Winter asked for = concrete crossing ac the comer of Stevens- and Xorth Stratton streets, from the prop j perty of James 0- Weaner to the block §;· J of ten houses on the east side of Strat- l[j I ton street- Mr. Codori suggested a S crossing at Ihe corner of Water and - Stratton streets, and one at the alley at A. B. Plank's property on Stratton -. street- AlLthree-erossings-were- order- r'ed. A communication was received from Gettysburg Furniture Company urging council to go ahead with the ] proposed opening of Water street and Fourth street extended so as to give a proper outlet to the company's plant in the East End of town. The highway committee was instructed to take _ Immediate steps to Snish This work. "! j Dr. Henry Stewart secretary" of the E ! Board of Health appeared to s'tate that = i a recent Act of Assembly required the = | appointment by the president of coun- = i cil of a new board, the members to = | serve for periods of S^e, four, three, = \ two and one years, and one ne"S" rnem- = iber to be appointed each year after "TM 1 TTiacro OTtTlrt^'MVYviai-t^er ^a 1 **^ -r*-i -n *·? n. "\f-v« Preceding the meeting the Citizens Band rendered a concert in front of the High School building from seven antil eight except for a short while .vhen the Sre alarm interrupted. The meeting was opened at eight o'clock by the president, ilrs. Wm. Arch McClean, who made 2. brief address of welcome and outlined the plans of the association for the coming school year. ! the lowing children: Mrs. J. L, Reigle and W. F. Harman, of Baltimore; H. W. and C. V."., of Shippensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harman went to Shippensburg from Huntsdale in 1892. He has ens sister living. Mrs. Xancy Irving, of Idaville. The funeral-took-Diaec-FriLtaY cftcr noon at 2:30 o'clock. Rev. S. S. Car- neli officiating, and interment was made at Sbippensburg. For an hour or sugges- more sneecnes or ., __,, j , , tv in Aaril ISoO, ;ons were made by many of tlie - " - AMOS M. KUHN Amos M. Kuhn, a native of Adams county, died on Sunday, August 31, near Montrose, Colorado, of typhoid fever. Mr. Kuhn was about sixty four years of age. Mr. Kuhn was born. :n Adams coun- son of Daniel --- iJ-^C,«i--^»t-i-'ti*^ '"· Si-i. ^ iJLi«iV*^^ kj Ji~l.lS.i.Z V V7JL t-iiVi ^, , , ~ . _ . , T , _. " ,, · _ i Kunn who orececied him in death many members present. Rev. L. D o w Ott i - . _ , . ,, , spoke on and suggested plans for increasing the membership of the organization. Miss Helen Cope emphasized the importance of the parents visiting the schools and Miss Rachel "^ years ago. Mr. Kuhn settled in Guthrie county Iowa in 1S70. where he resided until some eight years ago, going farther west and spending the nast fifteen months near Montrose. line of e e People's and Huberts Drug Stores. Save Money-Thai's what You Do, When you get Dr. Hudson on the job. He don't farm you with any unnecessary trips at your expense. Any phone, call Dr. these atroo are made. Mr. Scott also made some gooa tions and remarks along the the duty of parents to schools at least once a year to see how they are conducted and what the "teachers and scholars are doing- Calvin Hamilton and Win. Arch McGlean, when called on. also responded with short talks lor the welfare j and success of the association. j The Eighth Grade received 'the banner for having the largest number of parents present. i He leaves his wife, three children, - . . . sugges- . . . . . . -., ,- - ana lour brotners ana one sister, 31rs. Ii^*% -k-=- t Deardortr. Kuhn, Daniel Kuhn, of of Mummasburg; of Chambersburg; Cashtown; Abner sioners to tighten bolts and pain'c bridges. The act increasing the pay of assessors in second class townships to S3.50 a day. Compelling counties to pay 65 cents j ^"ew Orleans, La., are here on a visit a day to wives or children or deoend- j to their brother, Frank Wolf. This is rsD visit In this section for non-suo- ! thirty years. Jacob was here on a port. ' visit to his brother nine years ago. Permitting courts to Increase thf- number of criers and tipstaves. Increasing the compensation of members of the board of viewers. Authorizing county commissioners His wife survives him and the fol- j encs upon men imprisoned In the j Harry county Jail for desertion or §1,500 a year for agricultural extension work. Fixing a fee of 25 cents per saloon visited each month by constables. Providing monthly payments for indigene mothers, for partial support of their children in their own homes. These are the bills found after only a casual examination of the acts from 1 to 2Co. 400, which will increase the expenses to which counties are put Just what will be found in the bills following No. 400 remains to be seen. FALSE ALARM YORK SPRINGS York Springs--Otis Miller, of Latimore township, is sure that he has raised the prize pear of the season. Reflection from Small Light Much Excitement. Causes FELL WITH LAMP KuPn. of Hilltown; Reuben Kuhn, of Yale, Iowa. The funeral was held In Montrose. DIED FROM LOCKJAW John i±. Shoemaker died at the home of his brother, George A. Shoemaker, near Taneytown, at 6:30 p. m., Thursday from lockjaw, resulting from the fracture of his leg two weeks ago, while assisting in hauling logs. He was 52 years of age, and is sur- by one brother, George A. Shoe- A red light on the railroad tracks, in the rear of the flour mill on Franklin street, was the cause of a false alarm of fire at 7:20 Friday evening. It seems that someone, name unknown, seeing the reflection of the signal on the railroad, which was in a direct line with the mill, thought that the mill was on fire, and proceeded to turn in an alarm. All the apparatus was taken out and the firemen were on tha scene in. a remarkably short time- The streets for several minutes reminded one of the busy times of the celebration this summer. Tlie mill several weeks ago was the scene of a real Sre Carroll County Woman Fell Down Steps with Lighted Lamp: maker, with whom he lived for some Mrs. Raymond Stonesifer. of near | years, and his mother, Mrs. Sarah Union Mills. Carroll County, while in i Shoemaker, residing near Baltimore, the act of going down stairs vrith a j Funeral Saturday afternoon, ser- lighted lamp, about 4 a. in. Thursday, j vices at the house at 1 o'clock, inter- was seized vrith an attack of vertigo! ment in the Taneytown. cemetery. and fell down the entire flight of steps, j striking- on her head, which her unconscious. Her 1 rendered j arm was STUDENTS WELCOMED Trostle decided to defer his appoint- fractured above Jie wrist, and she also WHIPPED ICE CREAM ilade over our criminal formula ments until the next regular meeting and the present board will serve until I that time. ] Borough Attorney Wible was in- i s'cructed to refund S19 hack license fee to Ir. Snyder, of the Frederick Automobile Company. Mr- Snyder brings j large loads of people here to tour the j field, but does TIO soliciting in town, That's not his reputation, j and all his patronage is from Freder- fire apparatus houre and ad- Annual Reception to New Students Given in Glatfelter HalL The pear is 11 x 12 inches in circumference. Mrs. C. W. Eeigle has returned to her home in Philadelphia after a two -.reeks' visfc to York Springs friends- Earl Sheaffer, of Ridgeway, was the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs- George C. Sheaffer, over Sunday. Mr. Sheaffer went from here to Philadelphia where he -is in. attendance at a meeting of managers of the Fidelity- Life Insurance Co., of New York. The sessions are being held at the Bellevue Stratford Hotel and Mr. Sheaffer is one of the speakers. Capt. D- M. Stewart left Tuesday morning for New York City where he will spend a few days. He was accompanied by his brother, Col. W. W. Stewart, of Chambersburg. Rodger Hartzeli left on. Saturday for Baltimore, where he became a student at the Baltimore Tech School. Mr. and Mrs. Seuel M. Duler, of Hanover, were the guests of Mrs. "L. I. Diller this week- Ralph Starrv_5 a 5_gQ3S J^L J5?^?Jr_ neld, X. J-, where he resumes his position as principal of the Grant School. R. M. Starry has returned to the Ada (0.) University where he is taking a course in civil engineering. -Judge Sadler and party of friends from Carlisle were York Springs visitors on Saturdev afternoon. The and some damage was done at that time. FRATERNITY DANCE Judge had been out to the old White Phi Delta Theta Fraternity Third Entertain at a Dance. graveyard in Huntington township where a number of Ins ancestors are buried- He wiil have the old buria* ground cleared and enclosed with a to j fence. i KEPT A SECRET .Miss Mary Strang, Formerly of Gettysburg. Married a Year ago. sustained cuts and bruises on the face and arms. ! Dr. G. Lewis Wetzel, of Union Mills, i who was hastily summoned, responded |^ hs new students of promptly and rendered the necessary j ^ n orlatie.ter " a '' surgical attention. According- to The annual Y. M- C- A. reception to The following were guests at a dance given by the Phi Delta Theta fraternity in their house on the college campus Friday evening. Miss Florence Reinecke, Miss Mary SSaybaugh. Miss j After keeping their marriage a se- Marian Sheely, Miss Jeanne Sieber. j cret for nearly a year Mr. and Mrs. Miss Helen Kendlehart, Miss Margaret j Elmer S. Stalsecker. of Harrisbnrgr, college was held Kendlehart. Miss Evangeline Sieber, j surprised their friends by a formal Fridav evening. ili The college band played during latest resorts her condition is serious. : evening and there was a big Esther Grouse, Miss Lillian Kis- j announcement this week- On Sep'cem- the U^ger. Miss Zita Earner Miss Mar- j ber 25. 1912. Miss Mary S t r . g ,y or igaret Giili-ar.d. Miss \irgsnja Tucor. · daugnter 01 _\!r. ana jlrs. spirit and enthusiasm. Prof- Wentz presided and speeches were made - - bv i President e. Harry "" Wedding Permit 1 Coach Mauthe, Dr. Stanley, Prof. San- "nr.T.1^ ' cers ar.d Prof- Smith, the assistant in \ proposition for two jjoumment v.-as laker, at 11:20. than this I A clean up of our in nen'a j CO Peter J. Griest and 25c onart, loc pint, 5 and by a secret process. Xothing finer th; can be made- VANILLA, CHOCOLATE, PEACH. _ ; ha5 ^ ^ose gives you 25 cent. Lisle in j Esther Wir.and. both of York Springs. ^ ifc a plate- Sodas and Snndaes" made with this-tan. colors, and black at 15 cents, and stock ·25 Clerk Olinger Issues to County ^ ul ^,_ ' the engineering departments- Kej.resn- A marriage license was issued on jments-were served and the anair fully Fricay by Clerk of the Courts O3ir,ger;as enjoyabe as in past years. Ice Cleans oc. GETTYSBURG CANDY KITCHEN TTuNKPECKRiTAN'S REALTY REPORT J50 cent silk plated at 25 cents, fancy i tans and blacks. G. W. Weaver Son. ! --advertisement 1 3 frame, water in all houses, ment houses, never vacan these houses at room frame house, garret and cellar, larg* t deep, ball dovmsfaire in house, front »*_T »"JS 82500 large stable IS x 31, lot 28 feet front. WOMEX and girls wanted. Orrtan- | rsa Canning Company.--advertisement 1 ISO feet deep ball dovmstairs in iscwse, iront porch, good condition, sewe r connections, will let 2-3 of purchase price in property at 5 per cent. A good horn ^ at ROOMS for rent: centrally located, with all conveniences. Desirable for Miss data ' " j WAXTED at once several boys ar.d 1 girls over age of i-i. steady eniploy- Miss Marguerite Weaver. Miss Berr.a- i Strang. and formerly a resident of dette Thomas. Miss Amy Swope, Miss i Gettysburg, and Mr. Stalr.ecker, idelman, j Roberta Roelkey, Taneytown; Miss j eluded their relatives and went to Ha- Alga Favroet, Xew Orleans. j gerslcwn where they were married by j Rev. E. K. Thomas, pascor of -he First ; Baptist church, that city. The bride- · groom is employed at the ne^ s stanc Mr. Cullison and Miss Myers Married ] of the Philadelphia and Heading stain Hagerstown. ' uon at Harrisburg. FALL stock of our '"Famous" -50 ;ment and good wages. Apply to Penn cent shirts are now in. This is unqnes- 'Tsie W or.-cs, tionably the best 50 cent shirt in the sment market. G. W. Weaver Son.--ad- ', vertisement I ! FOR SALE: Aspers, 1 Pa.--advertise- HOMES wanted for two five years old and the other number of nice clean j barrels, suitable for apples. Apply boys, one ' Gettysburg Water Company one year ; advertisement 1 office.-- We have verv desirable building lots for sale on Springs Avenue, Avenue, West Middle Street, Lincoln Street and Hanover Street. Ii yo; to build it will bo to your advantage to see theee lots betore buying. We ba\e F-veral good buyers for town properties. If you want to sell com e to see us. You may have the property that will hint one oi these buyers. flUXK PECKMAN, Real Estate, Masonic Building, Gettysburg, Penna, _ . students. Apply at Seminary! , ,.. ** s are gome j -- advertisement Cleveland's Store. 1 LOST: jeweled Sigma Chi fraternity pin. Reward at Times Office.--advertisement 1 old. H. A. Sheely, County Home.--ad-! vertisement 1 ! THE Ideal self heating flat iron, the MISS Anna Reck has returned from ! the Eastern cities and is now prepared to receive orders on Fall millinery. house keeper's friend. Absolutely safe; The date for showing tximmed hat and reliable. For sale by Gettysburg will be announced later.--advertise- Department Store.--advertisement 1 'ment _ 1 CULLISOX--MYERS FARM SOLD Walter Cullisor., of West High street, and Mass Martha Myers, of j Bonrseauville, were married in Hagers- j Weikert Farm Near McKnightstown town 011 Tuesday afternoon at the par- Sold to Walter Settle, sonage of the St. John's Lutheran · Church by Rev. S. W. Owen. j . i Knightstown, has sold George W. Wsikert, of near Me- his farm of 155 acres to Walrer Settle. Cor.sidera- CALL at Knouse's store, Biglerviile, t ; on and see the new line of school dresses,' boys' fall and winter suits and shoes', for evervbodv.--advertisement 1 I TAKE the big Steamer to I neighboring towns. Phone j High Street.--advertisement tairs in Stoner, 1 OUR blankets are now in, with some t of the finest goods we have ever had. j FURXISHED rooms with private G. W. Weaver and Son.--advertise-1 bath, for rent. 32 X. Stratton street.-- men t 1 i advertisement 1

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