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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. Vol. XL No. 27G. Gettysburg, Pa, Friday, September 19th. 1913. Price Two Cent*. JOHN BENNEP.'S INJURIES FATAL MISSSPANGLER MARRIED IN YORK LOCAL POLICE BREAK RECORDS LAMSON HUBMRD TALL AND VftNTER STYLES , ? Er Sale B tf ECKERTS STORE '-On the Square" I Newest Shades and Shapes in ? Men's Furnishing Department Window ] j fcttrtttvseHxiAaioes^f^^ttr^ruf^*^^ i I Mr. Benner, Hurt when he Came in t I Contact with Revolving Saw, Died · Thursday Might after Serious I Operation. PICKPOCKETS AT THE HANOVER FAIR LETTERS FROM COUNTY TOWNS ; ; j From shock and the loss of blood Miss Anna Spangler, Former Bettys-j This Year ahead of AH Others for! Detectives Pick up Half a Dozen j Correspondents send in Many Items burg Girl, Surprises her Mother! Number of Arrests Mads by the and Sister by Marrying Percy! Hoffheins, of York. Gettysburg Police Force. Number over Three Hundred. When Miss Anna Spangler, of Har- Officers Shealer and Emmons, Get] following injuries sustained when he Jrisburg, formerly -of Gettysburg, told 3 tysburg's entire police force, have 1 was caught by a revoh Ing saw Thurs-1 her mother, Mrs. C. E. Spar.gldi. as !da%- morning," John W. Benner. one of | she left their home at 2215 North {the first of January of this year. Th !Mount Joy township's most widely!Third street, Wedresdav Crooks Operating on Crowds; Attending the Hanover Falr.j Detective White Busy, ; of Interesting News from their Respective Towns. Personals and Many Brief Items. Our of a swarm of pickpockets which settled down upon the Hanover j EAST BERLIN Ease Berlin--The teachers of East made over three hundred arrests since j fair, six were taken into custody and ] Berlin and Reading township will hold his'later identified during Thursday by t an educational meeting In East Ber- 1 breaks all previous records. Every WALTER'S T HE ATRE j known residents, died n ; the eve.n-r.g- at 1 tnac she was going dov. n tov. !·, they time e: j9:30. He was aged 02 years and 8 thought nothing of it. Her sister said jnished PATHEPI.AY EDI?ON nail^e and Lt-o Delane\--- Noruui Taliaa.ls.'e an,! U-o Delaney. "ARR1KTS BACV Her nurria^-- L- a titiiare, hvr isldc one is saveJ fn»ni ti«r «onstujKrneeS tin.ely and iv\:d irv ml. THE J URY'S Y1IRDICT P-u':ep!ay If you enjoy «iL-j«?ji£tr. ihi.- i= lite !J!:» you uani to -v "I.OVES OLD SWEET SOMl" rn^iody of ''Loves O!1 Swctrt B"nx"'- ll«-r i^-a"-!'--'-m-s 5 -irivt^s h r-!)«trt*»l 'iej.il am! li c- shock a.:fffi her niiud. When he re'sirus =h- him until thi- oiu soil" cltarb her brain. Show Starts £:i~ ·Josuing fc of S.-J.E. :rJm!- " "MAXUATTAN PLAYEltf" i months. | An operation was performed about Inoon during which his left arm, two | fingers of his right hand and a knee · j cao were amputated. The operation 1 lasted for two hours and Mr. Benner [continued under the effects of the I ether until his death, never recovering the fa.=o:nating! consciousness. away, he is | He was bom In Mount Joy township e= not know | an( j 5j ve4 j j n -i_jj at part of the county . . _ ! during his entire life. Thirty six years ''ago he married Miss Mary Hesson, a Trices 10, 2, CCe. N E W P H O T O P L A Y LL'BIX FROM IGX0RAXCE TO LIGHT The story ix»rtri_ys ihe KALEil SSSAX.VY -Lubin t. and hmntLiJon of a sji'l anal!e to read v.ith her is to him sne appe als to a ·a hen In trying to win the regard of a ms.u vuio=.j association nif-reiy a vacation pa=rice, he learns : Ltr lark of knowledge ^i hool teacher, who i? honestiy i;i 'o\^ with ht-r. and through his ai-1 she emerges fro-n I2naran-e to liaht. OS T3K BRLXK time either one of the ofllcers has fur- lock-up lodging to a hobo, Detective Charles S. White. The aetivitv of the York i Sin Friday evening, Sept. 26. detective * ^- ^- Brandt, while in the act of ! t \vasbroughtaboutbya request re- i starting his gasoline engine at the Thursday night they though' she was i drunk or disorderly person, they have ceivec from Pennsylvania railroad of! warehouse last Thursday, fell against going down town to shop. ] made a record of ic on their roster 1 fleers to assist in the apprehension of j t ' je machine and had several ribs When she did not come back In the | and up to the present time there afternoon, their thought was that she | more than three hundred names, or had taken lunch-with one of her girl · indentincation marks, placed on the friends and her continued absence list. during the afternoon and past the dinner hour seemed to confirm the idea. At 10:30 o'clock 'chat night, a messenger boy rang the Soangler was handed from York. It read: It is interesting to know that in nearly ninety per cent of all the arrests made the offender was Irish. Siti-I- ZllfLS,! C. 4S. ,1£2^.^J _--_-Ji__j a.xx--uv, tiii_ v»-i^iii_;v-.- «r_-3 -Li. o-i- » iti V tV CllV- OT-CV T.'\f 11 t-V iii^^ V V»lit- v~ t_it»_ I "" 8 741" T ' door be!i. Mrs ] Whether or not the Irishman is treat- trains Detective White with an opera-] ^"S- ... . 1 a brief message j ed better at oar local institutions of uve from his agency, came upon three; ln S ner P £ 'Was married to-day." Anns til last spring w hen they moved to another farm in the same township, their son, Charles Benner, taking- the farm which they ieft- For several years John W. Benner The hit-hami, determine,! to live down sn unfortunate po?t. has a thrilling ex-, was perience v.l.ich forfxxlts disaster. 111= courageous wife =^ve= him In time ot - -- ' : ALKALT "iKE AND THE HYPNOTIST Alkali fke has =ome experiences. lan^iiaWr- ones. occupied the office of township school " 1 director and for a number of years he | was superintendent of the Sunday Kalem j School at 3It. Joy church of v.-mc-h he j penance Is not stated, yet it seems that Gettysburg is a favorite resort for some of the knights of the road to ob- Thursday Mrs- Percy T. Hofrheins, tain a warm place to sleep over night. Some days as many as twenty or ler home and fell into her mother's j more offenders, the majority of whom daughter of Abraham Hesson, of Har- nev, and thev went to housekeeoing on'the farm on which thev resided" nr.- nee Spongier, walked into the Spang-j plea for forgiveness. She} .te in the afternoon, after j of clothes, left arms, with a got it, and la packing a trunkful again for York. Miss Stang!er "was married to Percy T. HoffheinSj a proprietor of a large lunch room in York and a former resi- were arrested either for drunkenness er | or on the charge of being public nuisances, have been confined in the lockup and jail until they were willing to '"make tracks" to some other resort- For several weeks about the time of the celebration in Julv the lock-uo. dent of near New Chester. The cere- j which at capacity will accommodate consistent "member? He" Vas [niony was performed In the Colonial j about twenty prisoners, was crowded Hotel parlor by the Rev. H. H. Web-'all t'^e time for, as fast as several In- E---=ana\- Western GomMy j and "che news of his tragic es. with the hypnoii-t who gives j as a great shock. tne countv i death comes faer - D - D " General Secretary an exhibition In the small town in which Alk-Ji lives. COMING Xext Tuesday Ni:ht.Septe:«ber23. "THE POWER OF THE CH-OSS" . ---^rLubln tv.o reel orouiu-uon AUTUMN HUNTING For new FtySfts in snit?_ an ha? besnr" now. l»ut the man i Mr. Benner leaves his wife and tv.-o I children, Mrs. Robert Darboraw and | Charles Benner, both of whom live on farms near his own, while his brother. Edward Benaer. and his sister. Mrs. Andrew Walker, live on farms imtie- over-eoafs : -- , , x ..j lo ,,. S dsately aCjOinmg ius own. fortunate enor.gii to be a patron of The ; Mrs. Charles F. Sanders, of Springs - Shop kno-'.-S: that he need, not -=eek any j avenue, and Mrs. Virginia Homer, of further. Onr hanusome/ana elegant j Stelnwehr avenue,-are sisters of Mrs. fabrics are-a-.rSitina your c:io:ce and onri - =rvle= ar* 1 Kp-to-the-in:miie sad we -R III!- je *- ner - 5-7aa-1 finish voar outfit In a manner' Tfte funeral will be held on Monday at can only be done v.'hen you have IL ( morning, meeting at the house at 9 i!:;i3e by | o'clock. Interment will be made In Wi I M. Selligman, j Evergreen Cemetery. Gettysburg. Cash Taylor. On September 16tit, we will inangurate A STRICTLY CASH BUSINESS. of the Lutheran Board of Church Extension. Mr. and Mrs. Hoirhems will reside in York after taking a shore honev- moon trip. HAMPTON Hamtfton--The houses of Henry mates -rere released, there were as many more waiting, to take their places. Just now the police report business fessional pickpockets who unusualiv duIL" pickpockets who were said to be oper-i- r2calreti - ating upon its trains running to Han- · J - s - Miller and wife, George Butt over. One of the victims was a pas-; and *- vife and ^iss Rosa Bubb, visited senger whose mileage book and a sum I Mrs - Butt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. of money were stolen upon a train be- ! Benner, ac Gettysburg, Sunday and tween Lancaster and York. On his i also autoed over the battleSeld in Mr. way to the station to meet one of the ; Miller's car. _ _ Mrs. J. J. Hartman, who was visit- rents, Postmaster and Mrs. men whom he recognized as Drofes- \ E - ~ Kauffman a few days last week, siona! pickpockets and took them into ' received a telegram stating that her custody. They were Thomas Green, j husband was taken suddenly ill at ' " " Frank'Marwitz and 3ert Niles. Thei" cheir home in ^^ Ycrk cit " an{i she three were taken to the office of t he ! . shou!d return at once. Mrs. Hartman detective, but as there were no charges | !ef c on ^ e next train. against them they were released at James Jacobs, -wife, son, Ralph, of midnight upon their, promise to !eavel York P aid Ms Parents, Mr. and Mrs. A telephone message to Detective i Daniel Jacobs, a visit on Sunday. White from Lieutenant Borman and; ilrs - ilar " Shaffer returned to her Special Officer Bemish, of the North-1 home ' lp - Baltimore, Sabarday, after f orce {spending a. few weeks with friends "three j here - ern Central railway detective at Hanover, informed him that suspects had been taken into custodv I rIrs - L c - Bub *° returned home from - - X- t_ T7 J _-SI _ -J_T -_ - _ _ .-T _ bv the railroad officers at Hanover and would be taken to York for his inspection. The York detective recognlz- York, Thursday, after visiting friends there for a few days. Eobert Wise, wife and daughter, of ed'them immediately as Dave Smith, j Boiling Springs, were entertained by Harry Bennett and Harry Hart., pro- j friends "* town over Sunday. had been' CHRISTMAS CIGARS Clinedinst and E. C. Myers are nov.- ready for the plasterers- Charlotte Miller-is spending some time at Y/ork. -~; ?' -John McConley and v.-ife, of Camp Hill, -were over Sunday visitors at i Adams County Factories "Working- on Holidav Goods. The rush for cigars for the Christmas holiday trade Is on In ik-is section of the Xinth internal revenue district. ,^ *.«*« v, WM Moses Bowser and son. Eugene, of arrested In Easton In June. Charges ! Manhdm, were the guests of the for- were preferred against them by the I mers Parents, ilr. and Mrs. Joseph railroad officers before Alderman Har-! man and they were committed to the York county jail co await further in- j vestigation. Photographs and descriptions of each of i:he'six are In the rogues' gallery of the White detective agency. Jn the DI?p!av of Suit fabrics lor .-.utninn. now ready at the LIPPY STORE there is no r-x:n for doubt as to the correct fashion or true qnahty. Earlv choosino; i- i^est choosing. J. D. LIPPY Tailor. 1 i= !2 m a 1 WOULD SAVE TAXES Mr. Kitzmiller wHI net Operate Holly Milis- S. 31- Kitzmiller. of Shippensbarg. who bought xhe 3Iount Holly paper mill property made a proposition to Hollv Town, council whereby. If this property should be exonerated from all | taxes for the next ten years, he would jl j open the mills within s. few weeks. Mr. 8' ·Kitzmiller was~aiFe*d by~xhe "council ij j that, providing such exonerations were ~ j granted, If he would state the number of persons to be employed. This he declined to do, It Is said- and the pro- P. H. paper Henry Seiner's home- Mrs. David Hoke and Hattle. Hanover, visited Mrs. Slagle on Sunday. Jacob Kline, painter and hanger, arrived home after away for four weeks. He was working | In and around New Chester and Heidlersburg. Drs. Spotz and McDowell, of York. ·were In town Sunday evening. John Mummert and family visited his brother and family here. E. C. Hogman and family, New Ox- Many of the McSherrystown and Lit- 1 clestown factories have alreadv book- daughter, ^ a!1 _ he orders ^ . _ hey ford, Sundayed Quite a number of. new shops are being opened. Some factories are already work- bemg.; n g. extra ^jjjg an( j -vvitmn the next several weeks many will resume night work. They trill continue on the night and day schedule until near Christmas. Extra hands, Including c:garmakers, strippers and packers are being put on In many Instances. Otto Slsenlohr £ Bros., makers of the '"Cmco" cigars, have rented a building In Littles town and will start The comoanv will his parents here- w i e a l d mother, Vv0rk October 1. York, and Miss Saffie Sunday of Eascj lov from 100 to 200 ^^ T "I; _ -- f t - C*»-,-«.".-»- «-- "fj"---..,--.. T«-£? ~ isiiniHiiiiiisiin niisiiiiiKDiiuKiitiiniiimi uiiiniiiiniiinD iiHiUhHiaiiiiii imitt posraon was dropped. At present the property for the Mi. j Student Supplies== 1 "The Approved Kind" -5. 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. __ H j Holly Paper Company comprising the = I Upper and Lower mills, several hous- iH ! es, and over a thousand acres of land = | part of which Is used as a park by the = { Carlisle and Mount Holly Hallway Company Is assessed at §88,000. If this property were relieved from all E: jtexatloa it Is estimated that, the xax'a = jof the citizens In that borough would :E jbe Increased from 6 mills, the present H j rate, to 13 mills. = It Is rumored that a Harrisburg= i Smi Is contemplating the purchase of = -"jthe mills and if the transaction Is completed they will be equipped with moaern macmnery ana put in tlon at once. opera- ANYONG.H.? | People's and Huberts | 1 Drug Stores. | fun; ninnaHmn»uiflinniniiinminii'.imHinnrtniifliiiHKinnn»nii»nnnuinHnin»mniniinti;_ Save Money-That's what You Do, When you get Dr, Hudson on tho job. He don't farm you with any un- ecessary trips at your expense. That's not his reputation^ i all-steel passenger coachesiand 20 lo- \ryphone. CaH Dn Hudson, the leading Veterinarian, "jcomotives. The coacKes will be ^·**J i*" v ' naffjst. r?p=;io-n ann «c- hniii: re, ttrii Berlin, spent Sunday at Henry Eafr- ensperger's. Charles Kiel-erode, wife and mother, visited, at LItdestown on Sunday. Dale March and Luther Cleaver spent Sunday a'c Hanover.- Virginia Eby. 3l!ddletown 7 has returned home after a pleasant visit with Ruth Zvlarch. Mr. and Mrs. Plank, Gettysburg, visited their son-!n-la-s". S. T. Bus*!- rnan, and family Sunday- in new ractory. Due to the late planting: and backward spring, present Indications are that the tobacco production in the eastern pare of Adams and York Bowser, over Sunday. Miss Bertha Thoman. and little sister, Dorothy, visited their brother, Rudolph, and--wife at Hagerstown, a few days since our last issue. PRETTY SOCIAL ABBOTTSTOWN Abfaottstown--Abbott McLain. Baltimore, erected a fine marble momi- T c- - ^^ ^ j - . ment to the memory of his mother on James Social Room Converted into , . _,. _.f. , _, , , | her grave in Mt. Ohve cemetery, Sat^ urday. A Baltimore contractor did the work. Prof. JL_ D. EInouse, Arendtsville, About two hundred persons spent a very pleasant three hours in the social room of the St James Church on Thursday evening. The Interior of the room was made a small, fairy-like woods with Its decorations of pine, cedar, vines and mosses and even a j spring was secluded among rocks and; ^ s mosses to furnish harmless punch to j tlu 5 w , ee ±. ^ the guests and give the decorations a i ortiv ±iaj.er le^t more natural and sylvan appearance, j^jj?"' g^S"' TO TM lt Ws A short progranuwas Jrendered In [ ^ m ,^?~- . the earlv part of the evening which I ^ flll s Cfeesey. or near town, satur- was thoroughly enjoved. Miss Carol-! da ' m . oram ^ ^ as dnvin « a mule at ~ Ine Bream gave several recitations, j ^ bed * a covered ^PTM* wa ^ on there was a girls' quartette, and a | ^ e n ! ' e _ , _ ,, _ little children's chorus was also one of \* lw ?.' OVer £ ' K I Hai6r ^ s the pleasing features of the evening. \ demolishing a rocking chair. The wag- was s. visitor to our town Saturday and Sunday. t Miss Nina GItt, York, paid our town a visit over Sunday. , Mrs. Jacob Livingston, Holtzswam, and friends hsra Tine e, counties will fall below the average! 'Of course there were" refreshment!? n coilide f ^ th « e stoos steps^ _ i ' TirnnT" f\T "Trio TV*OT»CTr\« Tsrn-r-c* 4-riti t" . FALRFIELD Fa!rneld--Saturday evening Mrs. of the past ten years, .is the farmers In this section have planted only about half the acreage of last year f at the best, the production will not. be more than half of the 1912 amount. The low prices of last year discouraged many growers from putting in their usual acreage of tobacco. The planting of Havana leaf In this vlcin- In abundance ar.d plentv of games'pro- j fr ° nc ° f . ~ "" "^ i YIOCC onrt to make the time nv rapldh-. ness and shafts broke in. aar- throwing the n,, - - - - *,, , * "," I mule and stopping further progress The social was given specially to wel- _ ,_ _. . -- =·_ , e , . , -r i __,T-- _ J-M. .SicKey was in tne wagon wit come the new students at college, a large number of whom were present. JOHNSON AT HANOYER John R. 3IcCleaf and son, George, ity has for the past 10 years been ! weie going home from town -when thep-'ery small. Tnis \ear. however, the horse they were driving became unmanageable. Mrs. McCleaf jumped out of the buggy and In doing so dislocated her or.e knee. planting exceeds that of any ocher. Green vrcrms and cut worms have damaged the leaies to some extent. j Reading Orders Improved Equipment ! for Passenger Trains. The Philadelphia and Reading rail- has just placed an order for 50 01 t; WHIPPED ICE CREAM .he latest design and so built to withstand I heavy shocks In case of probable IS BADLY HURT Clarence Musselman has on his larm near town a o 1 ,*: months old Holstelnj calf which weichs 455 pounds. Whoj H a s A r m Cau S ht ln Belt - canbeatit? ~ j about Pulley. Miss Hattle McCreary Is off on a! business trip to Baltimore. j while threshing mex with Miss Helen Saucers is spending tras \^^^ ^^ -^ ,,-,,,,. ,,, ·week In Hanover. Georcre Henlse. of near Abboitstown, j mishap Miss Carrie Kittlnger has returned j to Baltimore, after a, two months' va- | 1 dentally caught by i near tne macmne a serious his right arm was accl- 3. belt. He was when the shirt cation In. this place. Samuel Brown and family have moved to Hagerstown. ] sleeve of his right arm cause In con\ tact with the large belt and before he , cou]d g . a ^ y had drawn ^ ft arm Slide over or.r orisisr.l formula by a secret process, can be made- qnart, 15c pint, VANILLA, CHOCOLATE. PEACH. -5 aad lOc a plate- Sodas and Sundaes made with Ice Cream oc, GETTYSBURG CANDY KITCHEN th'S : i company | dollars. several hundred thousand cost the · Miss Hattle Rock Is In Baltimore! Sand around the pullev a dozen times RUNKPECKMAN'S REALTY REPORT j SALEM United Brethren Sunday j school will hold a festival and chicken | soup at P. W. Bearner's, near Kun- jterstown, Wednesday. Sept. weather unfavorable It will if with 24th. be held welcome,--adver- for several weeks. GAVE RECEPTION | or rr.ore, breaking it at the elbow and | several places between there and the j wrist. The arm Is so seriously mangled will probably be j thai Xew Students at Theological Seminary! amputation i necessary. are Welcomed. PROFITABLE EVENING room W-atherboaried house, buildings fair condition. Tnis t a - h e d s p r i n i o u s e . room - a e r o a r Is an excellent stock farm and can be bought now at §4750. 45 J i l l OI t i l l A reception was given - che new stu- R e f orme ds Clear Nice Sum from So- dents at the Theological Seminary on j Thursday evening in the refectory. The entertainment included several cial Thursday Evening. The Reformed Sunday School held a " ~ - .. , AJVJXJkJ U V %.C^lli^ M^L UU^Ci*. JLi.UOt.^1 Acres near town, all farm land and a. very good quality, you «m truck arm ^rendtsv-lle.--advertisement 1 .... ,,, Jii* Ltrd and have a ready market for all your produce. There is a large ,- tor -' Arenatsv.ue. acnerusement i substantial stone house, barn, wash hor.-e, hoc; pen, never failing water and run- ninsj water, the boiUlingi 5 need some repairs, bnt if you repair tneivi it makes (hj WOMEN and girls wanted. Orrtan- EGGS 30 cents per dozen, Trostel's solos by Mrs. M. K. Ecsert, a reading festival on Thursday evening at the by Mrs. Harold Lewars, of one of her 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Faber, fann worth jast that much more. Cot.-e to ««.-e us About the piace. JlUNK PECIT3I.' X, Real Estate, Masonic Building, Gettysburg, Penna. Tvrirler of American League will Pro- , bably Appear in Exhibition Game, j Nlckey was In the wagon, with I Mr. Geesey, and both escaped without j injury. Mrs. M. M. Berkheimer has a sunflower that measures 3 ft., 9 In. In circumference and 16 Inches In greatest diameter. Jacob Petennan has a i sweet potato 16 inches In circumf er- Walter Johnson, of the Washington \ ence that ^elghs S pounds. American League club, will In all pro- { bability appear in a Hanover tsniforrn | UNCLAIMED LETTERS before the close of the present season. J -'Billy' 7 Porter, the captain of the Han- j- MaiI A over nine, who has been a member of j the" scout staff of the Washington club j for the last two seasons, and who is a j . . _ , , -. . . . . , . . ] main in tne Gettvspurg post ornce. personal mend of tne Dig twiner, re-; ,- _, _ · ^ , _ , _, - . , ^ - . i Mr. Pat Turnaev, Charles Tool, Mr. ceived an answer to a communication · ~ ,, _ , , , " , . , ' - , . , - - , 1 ^ ^ i. j - J - H- Tranms, Mord \anaoren, Mr. to Johnson, in whicn the latter staged ; ' ' g Call at the Gettysburg Post Office. The following unclaimed letters re- , . ,, tnat ne wouia come to Hanover . , .,. t . twirl a same providing tnev 0 - ° ! Jack Alexander, Mrs. Ixra Carter, Mrs^ · W. W. Hunt, Mrs. Clara Jadds, Mrs. .. , ,, . *! Sarah Miller, Miss Gertrude A. Shall, agree uoon a oate whicn would not in- ', r . ,- ,,,. _, T , , * . , , . , , i Miss Nora Tnomton. Mr, Jonn terfere witn ms otner plans. Washington will close Its season on October - S er, J. J. "Wayg-ood, Miss Fannie Ying- less be played the following Monday." s . Persom calling for the above named *T~t -*-T * * *s-».v*-».j o The rianover management nas not yet r *- 5 _ ' ^ letters should state that they were ad- secured an opposing team, but has heard from several that would desire , that date. ; FAR3I SOLO WANTED at once several bovs and i Stoner Farm In Highland Township Sold to Mr. Weikert. girls over age of 14, steady employ- · ment and good wages. Apply to Perm ' Jacob F. Stoner has sold his farm of Tile Works, Aspers, Pa.--advertise- 70 acres and 20 perches ir. Highlar.d 1 township to George W. Weikert. Con- sideradon $2000. ment own stories, and speeches by members on Chambersburg of the faculty and student body. Re- and cakes were na Canning ment Company.--advertise- tfreshments were served and a very de- tween fifteen and twenty dollars being lighiful evening was spent. street. Ice cream I advertisement disposed of, be- cleared by the evening's affair. FURNISHED rooms with private : bath, for rent. 32 N. Stratton street. -- j NEW Oxford base ball team wi'I 1 ! play a picked Gettysburg team at _ 1 2:30 Saturday on Prep campus. Con- W ANTED: chambermaid at Eagle tribu'don to support of teari will S.a 1 j asked. -- advertisement Hotel. -- advertisement

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