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Auditors' Report AUDIT OF THE ACCOUNTS Ot* , THE BOROUGH OF GETTYSBURG. I Peter Stock, ...' 2.75 Account of Philip R. Bikie, Treasurer Mrs. il. E. Ziiin, 4.16 J. C. Wierman, .. o'J-90 John C. Irvine, 17.95 G. W. Stallsmith, Leo Miller ..... 10 00 James Ross ---- 5 00 i David Arendt.- 5 of the Borough of Gettj'sburg, for the Fiscal Year ending on 1st ^londav of January, 1913. Philip R- Bikie, Treasurer. In Account with the Borough of Gettysburg. GENERAL BOROUGH FUND. DR. To balance on hand at last audit- $74.56 To liquor license receipts/ ..'.: .9SO.OO To proceeds from Fire Ins. from Auditor General 76.71 To receipts from Burgess, GOO.OO To notes discounted ac First National Bank, ... f 4,675.00 To receipts from Market blaster 185.90 To fines from J. L. Hill. 3. P., .. .45.00 To taxes from Peter Culo, collector 1910 S471JI 1912 a,407.I3 3,579.04 To curbing repayments 25G.20 To pavement repaysnenrs 22-J.ll To taxes from Wm. ri. Frock, collector, 1910 C27.00 1911 522.50 1,149.50 SURVEYING W. H. Foreman S35.00 J. J. Martin, 3.75 S- Miley 3!s!!er, 52239 501.74 C- "VT. Ziegier, 2.60 " MISCELLANEOUS LABOR Jacob Mandorn, 51.80 Joseoh Carver. 3.00 C. Hi Y.lison, ." 4.00 John Shealer. 3.00 M. G. Mvers 7.80 Harvey "Bo'Hnger, -r.OO Paul Stock, 10.20 C. W. Ziegier Co. . -25 jToddes Co... C18.5GjA. M- Stahle... ?J. E. PItzer Frank "Williams 23 00 00 Kelly.... Cal. "Heiges S. Hartzel 5 00 19 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 19 00 5 00 To amount oustaudinjj last audit So 19 55 CR- Amounts paid Treas . - .S50 00 Commissions --...... 2 63 Exonerations 47 9(5 5 per cent added 2 40 Total, all Resources S 8 OSS OG Excess Liabilities over Resources §39 325 28 September 15. 1913. We, the undersigned. Auditors of 'the Borough, of Gettysburg, herby S102 99 S certify that ".ve have audited, settled 1 BEAR OUTWRESTLES A MAN Bruin Gets the Best of !t Until Fellow Fisherman Comes Upon the Scene of Action. BRAVES FIRE FOR KITTENS Firemen Rescue Mother Found Carrying Their Lifeless Bodies Through the Srrscice. L W. Karner... J. J. Plank C A. Stoser Richard Bali... 10 00 I Harry Schriver. 10 ^00 SJame's Leister...10 00 iAr.dv Haraoan. 10 00 | Ed. "Sv.-ope · John Kirae jJ.~ Felix.." "II. JChas. Summers. 12.41 · Ed'.v. Weaver.. 5 00 13 00 10 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 Kev,- Tors.--^Maternal instinct led HARRY D. GE1SELMAX. ; M. A. MILLER, s S229 00 Ge'ttvsbarg and Petersbarj* Turnpike, 135.00 Tax Lien, 1907 Dep 2.113 To Pole taxes, C. V. TeL Co §21.00 Bell TeL Co BS.OO Amer, U. TeL Co. . .42.00 W. Union Tc-1. Co. . .3.30 Gem-share Rv. ...311.00 445.CO A. B. Plank, 08.41 L, 0. Beitler, 4.70 COAL Mcllhennv Brothers, .12.«0 Keilv Ovler, 12 SO C. 31. Wolf, 14.35 AFFIDAVITS \Y. L. Hafer REFUNDS I {J A.. Hckz-A-orth, Earless, 10.00 ] iCCOUNT OF CHAS. G. MILLER MARKET MASTER I Total reeeSy-s ?#2 75 I Bv arnts- »aid Borough 39.851 "Treasurer SvOO UO i.Bv baL oil hand 2 75 , 25; ' SC02 75' Balance outstandi Hill Duolicate. DR. To amount oustauuir.g: last audk S720 24 CR. Amounts paid Treas. 82»U 2o_ Commissions 13 .5 5!7y 50 struggling to-.vard the of the theia by a cub. i -- stil! . ^layer ~The~y roughei it and j ^ ^^ I liarrv was getting the best or" the; ' .' ~ _ , ' ""-'-- ;- _° , - . . _ . , } front -v»i!xk\vs \Mtis f.vo Fuei Efficiency cf the Car. j argument, vrhea, in a CI:EC«. 2« s»t-:.- j ^^ About a!! the energy o: :- :ae! jou i ped oa the £sh and fell. v.:tii the ttar j ^-^ .^ ^ .^^ ^ can expect to get in th« :orm oi vor-z , on top. j ^, . 5 '_ P T-X-^ P I ;.".v, e .,^^ e -, cast the craisk-sba.:t of a car :s IS per j Barry's friend heard the co=s=:ot5o2. f *-*· ~* - -" " ~ """ '~ s cent.; from this iaust co:ae losses. ! and. cuuJag a sapling, cauie to the i ia. Is s. hopeless e^'or: to get ^ w ,,_ " * ~ ~ tiie sa Total expenditures.. rsi-^,437.G« I DR. Balance or. hand 287.S9 'TO monthly licenses. .S iTo daily licenses 110.5'J 512,725.55 t To'cai receipts CR. ^P~CI A.L -A CCO LNT. DR. To balance on har.d as found at lasri "Treasurer S1S= audit S322.30 j T.!. due borough 2 GSXERAL'TAX. 77 50 DR. 1912 Duplicate S7 402 32 ..S18S 00!To »er centage added 103 4S ! - 3 , ... \ such her.cv.-av that tlis lieutenant's at- per cent, from propeH^r to cross-i took it v.-.in tiiem. t-:i.ry «:.t ^'-·--1 - '. , , H(i v, fir ! shaft after the bevel *hee!s nave :h e aaiaal to Chicago whea he ,,,. i «.=-:» ..a* c..e.t.d .ro_ . --*S ".vorn a bit, and a stiil farther loss or ' covers. 12y amis, paid Borough s £?T : "m. -- , _ 'ilQ^l Special Tax. Miscellaneous 14-i'o | From W. H. Frock. Tax Collector. Total Receipts, - 12,725.^3 | 190S S50.00 90 ! By abatement $ 10 j By com at 2 p«r ct- --31SS 00 !By coir., at 5~per cz. S By anits. paid Tras 15 per cent, from the eross-suait to i the read wheels through the ::,or« or , less cirty chains; this, of course. cat for a few minutes. I When the fire iai under control he . ... i again saw the cat standing over a SLIT SKIRT STITCHED ^os. Ke -.vent v? and fountlthat there ·.V'ere four more kittens. Ail or t* CR. Bv .disbursements Ki£Ge tiiGT! vouchers. "PAY ROLLS Labor, Street Commissioner. Si.391.fV POLICE John Shealer, §540.00 Geo. Stroup, 159.50 Wallace £mmor.s. . .352.50 T. O'Reily .' 2.00 Jos. Whlttinjrtor., 3.00 Eir.v. Bou-er 2.00 M. Van Dvke, 18.00 Chas. Yohe. 2.00 State Constabulary board, 117.00 ID 10 332.50 1911 201.23 ! A CCOUXT OF TAX COLLECTOR! prior Aug. 1 I" W. H Frock, collector. |iiy amts.Daid Trea 471 91 From Peter Culp, Tax Collector, i 112/ IGene'-a! Borough Taxes: 043.75 I 1900 Duplicate. Florence "vViHIin-.s, 1S"7 tax Hen.. 1.15 DR. To ami- outstanding last audit S 23 84 CR. -tr, [Proceeds of loan from 1st, Exonerations . .S10 15 Xat. Bar.k, 250.00 j 5 per cent added --! Liens vs: Tatol reeeiots S3.114.05iKa'ie Hoffman $'2 10 CR. By Borough bonds redeemed:Xo. 7. §3.00 per cent borough V^rnie il. Sheads 4 67 A. J. 3Iyers 92 orior Xov. i 3407 13 the tires oi the Crlv-ag wheels. 54 002 G5! POLICE UNIFORMS John Brehm 20.CO | WATCHING FIRES Curtis Eberhan; S 2.00 Ralah Wierman 2.00 bond of Ja.naarv 3rd. li 1.22C.CO | due Oct. 1st. 19~12.. 100.00 I Ncs. 13 14 4 per cent Sewer j Bond of issue of January 3rd. 1000. cue Oct. 1st, 5 ner cenc added REMOVING DOGS John Shealer, SALARIES C. G. Miller, Market Master and janitor, S 230.00 J. A. Holczv/orth. Burgess. :... ..125.00 R. E. Wib'Ie. Attv. .. .80.00 P. R. Bikie. Treas. .. .75.00 C. B. KitzmiHer.Sec.. 100.00 ; 1912. for S500.QO each. ! 1000.00 4.CO i Xo. 4, 4 aer cent. Bond issued i 3Iar. 1st. 1909. due Occ. i Isr. 1512 500.00 .l.CO! ' 51,000.00 7 09 38 S 25 03 Balance outstanding nov.- in hands cf H. E. Bambaugh, col S? SPECIAL TA:«:. DR. 1912 Duplicate ..S4 431 93 Percentage added 121 99 SI CR. j By abatement 5 13 85 " By com.@ 2 per et. By con.{a 5 per cc. Medical Advertising Raleigh. X C. -- When PoUce2-.an r-la.:! beat back a curious cro - »vd la 92 BOROUGH-AUDITORS? .. MERCHANDISE Peoples Drug Store. -S 4.65 Dornan . Company. . .5.00 C. B-Klizmiller, Hostage .S2 C. G. Miller, ..." 1.00 V,-. H. -Johns 1-00 Peoples Cash Store 40 Adams Co. Hd\r. Co.. .3.45 Dep't; Score. ' By interest coupons paid:[ Due A.pr. 1.1912. 4 per cent. I Server Bond of Issue of JarL j 3rd. 1905. 4-3 counons sz j SlO.GO. .". '.480.00 ! Due Oct. 1st. 1912. 4 per cent: · Se-.ver Bond of issue of Ja-_ 610.00 i 3rd. 1906. 47 coupons z \ 310.00 ~..-" 470.00 . .39.00 , D je Oc=_ 1. 1912, 4 per cenr. Bond of issue of Mar. 1st; iC'09 from bonds Xos. 4 to 20 Inc. 17 bonds at §20.00 340.00 ! Due Oct. 1.1912. 3.90 per cent i redemption bond of iss-ie i of -Jan. 3rd. 1906. 24 at j $3.90 93.60 Balance outstanding S 1907 Duplicate: DR. To am'c. outstanding last audir - -S22S 67 CR. Exonerations S1G2 OS o per cent added 8 11 Liens vs. jKate Hofrmar. S 2 10 Minnie Sheads H. B. Wolf. Est- F. V.Tiitmer Laura Hamilton John "wlrters... A. J Myers -Cecelia Perm -I_F-A. Wills.- S2S S3 5 Der cent added 1 44 3 SI 3v amt.D2.id "Treas 75 49 2C3 09 prior Aug. i.... By amtpaid Treas. orior Xov. 1 1634 30 Ayer*s Sarsapariffa Changes tendency toward disease to tendency toward health. No alcohol. Sold for 6O years. Ask Your Doctor. J. C. AyerCo.. Xxwtf*'. M..··»·. : Ayden and protected a pr-tty girl. i\ ith ' i.p«,t-:s!c-d 10 hins. he did not know that ' the i:r=t s!:t skirt ev«r s«.-e:s in the 5 t«j\vi hat! a:trjcteii the rse:!. Aft: c-r a ginnct: at the gov.-n he f;uiek!y ; escorted the girl to a K!i;:.::ery store FOR SALE i \Vhe:i the girl, v.-ho is sta;.i-g v,-:ta : :riv;ntis in the towj;. appeared is the 1 strtot with an attire ^hat disclosed gray hcse. near:y i.j-j her and she sought - men followed :o escape their as been the Chief Ross decided to £_dopt her. Ke took her to the c-r.giae house at Sixth avenue and Thirty-third street, v. here she v.-ili spend the rest of her life in luxury. EX-KSMG MANUEL !S MARRIED Former Ruler of Portugal M=rri=s Princess Vicroria of Hohen- zoilern in Germany. t -Sl 991 99! [ Balance outstanding and no\v in hands of H.E.Bumbaugh. collecwr S2 501 93 5 25 3 94 2 36 3 15 6 30 92 2.36 2.45 200 46 ACCOUXT OF H. E. BUMBAUCH. TAX COLLECTOR. GEXERAL TAXES. 1912 Duolicate. DR. To balance outstanding a'c death of Peter Culo S3 475 15 CR. Xone I curious glances ia flight, bat t'.reti i fisi'ek!".-. Then Poi:ce:aan Jordaa ap- D r OL T T i ii pearcti - drfc " v his c! " uad drorfe l ~* K. C. Khoae islana;t--o wd aw3? What's the toable" hs asKec. The Red Yearling Hensh- 1 , 1 ' 0111 ~ i Jordan t and Pullets. ALVIN SHEETS Table Rock, Pa to the slit ana blushed, ook her bv ;he arm, -ed htr Ei" ^ " M e " h=r Sigiaaringen. Germany.--\Vith tha pom? and ceremony associated with royalty, former Kins Manuel of r'orc- ugal was married to Princess Aug'iS' tine Victoria of IiohenzoHern in ths castle of the bride's father here. The ceremony, which followed the Rcraaa Kcte! Blocks fcr Tombstones. Xew York.--The graizne blocks that have served as walls for the old Astor TWO second hand Ford touring i house here will be sold to a toaib- cars and an Indian motorcycle for sale.!- stone maker by the firm engaged to ;p-prsze the landmark. Balance outstanding-. SPECIAL* TAXES. : Central Auto Company, 475 15 ! street.--advertisenent Balance, outstanding §23 2111912 Duplicate. 190S Danlicate: DR. 39.98 Irfieresc said First National 1.383.60 6'J REPAIRS ; A. B. Plank, 10.13 i LIGHTING ' Gettysburg- Lighting Company. S 2.707.79 Gettysburg Gas Company, 1.95 V' on loan. 95.10 Balance on hand 34.95 3.114.65 To amt-outstandins: last audit S165 44 CR. t,xonerations - 873 09 5 per cent added- Liens vs. Ed~. Woodward.SI 45 Kate Hoffman... 2 10 Minnie Sheacs.".. 5 2o H. B. Wolf, Est.. 3 94 S- -J- Dnier. Esc. . 7 ?Ja Laura .Hamilton- 3 15 LIGHT SUPPLIES T. P- Tnraer WATER Gectvsbarg- Water Co 400.00 | SPRINKLING Civic Club. - 10.00 ! EICHELBSRGER AND STAHLE CHARITY FUNDS _ Philip R. Bikie. Treasurer In account Isaac is.auitman. 2 26 2.709.. 4 [·?.-!ch 'Borough of Getcvsburg. DR. LEGAL EXPENSES E. H. Berkhelmer. ...S1.50 Becntel heirs, ...... .50.00 i | To balance on hand at last 2.S2i audit -S 134.89 I To interest on 3Iumt!er j __ loan. .165-25 ! io income from Stahle fund 119.7-3 i Board of Health 202.00 State Tax on Loans. ISS.iO ADVERTISING AND PRINTING Times Publishing Co. ."...§ 100.37 Star and Sentinel. -. .46-25 Total receiats S420.S7 51-50! ~ ' CR. 5y amoant; paid borough finance conrrnfctee on itahie iH. Slonaker. heirs 2 63 i-I. H. Widders.., 5 78 [Wm_ Cuff. Est 53 ' L-acy Devkr. 2 36 W. O- Lrles 2 50 A.-J. Mvers 92 ! Cecelia Peim 2 10 : Ida Paul 53 L. F. Watts 2 5c Emma Warner.. 3 15 4S 50 5 ter cent added 2 43 RENTS luna. -- By disb-qrsement on vouchers: J.'O- Blocher §54.13 W. O. Lvles - - .1.50 146.62 Jesse Snvder 10.00 | K. 31. Hartmaii 5.00 G. V,~- Steinonr 9.00 M. A. Miller, 15.00 i C. B. E3tzmil!er 4.50 DISCOUNT Jr irst National Bank, interest on loans - .426-57 NOTES REDEEMED 1st- National Bank. 1,000.00 FIRE COMPANY "SUPPLIES Darlins: Valve Comuany, . .^ ."S 337.59 Fabric J: ire Hose Co.. 52-5.00 j W. O. Oyler Bro 3.2-5 | Gertvsbursr Tines 1.50 1 G. W. Weaver Son . -2.00 L W. Eevnolds 4.00 i Geo. Reever 3.00 iGeo. Scotv S-00 Balance outstanding.. 1909 Duplicate: - " DR. To ami-outstanding last §90 35 CR- Exoneradons --S87 42 5 per cent added 4 37 t Liens. - 55 05 i 5 per cenr added 2 75 127 68 ?.7 7^ $149 59 r9 9. FREIGHT AND EXPRESS Gettysburg- Harrisburg- R%.. § 13.47 American Jbxpress Company. 45 862.50 13.92 STREET SUPPLIES Brick Auburn Shale Brick Co S 41.54 Lumber C. M. Wolf. - 35.62 Stones. C. W. Ziegier. S10.00 -J. A. Smith, . _ -5-20 F. B. Deardorff. 100.53 W. Ovler. .' 203.43 319.22 Sand- S. Robinson, 51.25 -. Menchev, 45.00 96.25 Cement, J. O. Blocher. 128.09 W. Ovler Bro. .. .254.14 Mcllhennv Bros 82.15 C. M. Wolf. 42.82 O. -J. Boston. 43.71 Scots Brothers 22.^2 L-eon Miller l.oO R- E- Zinn . 1.50 Eniorv Cleveland 6.00 W. J/Eden 11.00 McHhenisv Brothers ..2.90 C. -I. Weaner 1-35 Kelly Oyler 45.23 E. P. Wisotzkev l.oO Gertysburg: Dep't Store 9.33 N. ~L. Minter I.o'"* John K:mple 2.00 Pecoles Cash Store --5.00 Over Dayment S 11910 Dunlicate: DR. To amt. outstanding; last; audit SI Oil 10 CR- AmouiJt; paid rreas.S62 CO Commissions - 33 00 Exonerations 115 53 5 Tier cent; added o 7 / Liens'vs. 40.26 SS23 58 ·j per cent, added 2.02 Balance outstanding $IS 52 1911 Duplicate To DR. To balance outstanding- ar death of Peter Culo S2 561 93 CR. ~ None -----Balance outstanding-- 82 561 93 Statement of Resources and Liabilities as of the 1st Montiav of Januarv. 1913. RESOUURCES. General Purposes. BaL ia hands of i Treas. §287 S9 Bal In hands of Buress 2 7 5 Bal.in. hands of Market Master 2 10 Outstanding: Taxes in hands of T ,V. H. Frock: 1906 Duplicates 3 SI 1907 - 28 21 1908 " 37 76 1910 " 137 52 1S1I '· 49u 24 S747 54 Outstanding: tax in hands of H.E-Bum- baugrrsuccesscr of Peter Culo. deceas ed. 1912 duplicateS3 475 15 Total, general purposes . .54 515 Special Purposes- Balance In hands of Treas- S 34 95 Outstanding- tax In hands of W.H.l- rock. 1907 DuoIicateS II S9 PUBLIC SALE OF ONE CAR LOAD OF Fine W. Va. Horses I\ T ABBOTTSTOWX. PA, On Wcdaesnay, Oct. 1st, 1913 sell them for 1. L. \V;i~icr au-i ti.cy i-oaio 'liivct from Vi~" \irtr::)!.!. They ran_:e in ays from load be liaf The kin'l that rro\v in value unl demanii the- D J -=T ii Direful aitentioii. They are the ri^itt ktn-1 an i tiill do well to attend thi; saie. Ki-in;in!«er the "late. re in ays from 3 to t" years an'l Mr. V'arr,er write? that. tlii-= i- tin.- b«.ti j T-her" vi as ever siiipit^l np to A:j!)-itu-nn\:i. CioiKl tiraft horst: an-.i i:ac ·;ri\--r. j p..- Iiets a=| aftor retei i ons in ncel i»f ii'jr^c.- Manuel. Catholic ritual, v.-as conducted by Car- ilinai Xetto. former archbishop patriarch of i-isbon. .s a brilliant gathering o£ d princesses. Among thenj !:ii.»- ] v,-«re tae prince ci Wales, represent- Sale to iK-t;in pron-.;.i!\- ;ic 1 o'cloc:-: ;. m., r.un or shine. F. K. HAFER on 217.27 ... .S3.S7 DR. ami- outstanding last audit - SI 262 33 CR. Amis, paid Treas. -. .So22 oO S420.S7 Commissions 27 50 Account of Finance Committee of i Exonerations 114 41 Borough Council. Ap^ooir.ted to Dis-! o per cent added -T t'2 zribate Charitv Fnnd." ! Liens - 97 10 DR. j 5 per cent added ..... 4 86 To balar.ce on hand last J S772 09 audit. 6.50 } ^Balance oustandinjr S490 24 To amotirit received from borough Treasurer. 119.73 SPECIAL TAX. 1906 Dualicate. Total receipts. I To taxes 12*5.23 2ast audit DR. CR. SEWER PIPES Speece 'Pfeffer. . .S 10.50 A. J. Smith Son 1-.30 C. M, Wolf, 17.77 CURB SUPPLIES Steel Curb Comoanv OIL J. Frank Hartmar., GRADING Martin Winter. COBBLING " David Irvin, S 36.45 M. Tate, S.50 S. D. Ridinger. 274.95 Andrew Utz, 1.75 RAILS Harry Viner, CURBING, PAVING, etc. Chas. Lady, § 463.54 M. Tate, 80.65 Powers Pi'Uenlurf, ...1.75 B. Cassaft, 6.00 550.91 1,040.04 29.57 ..34.00 .. .8.83 .175.57 321.65 .160.95 By disbursements according: to statement rendered by members of Conr.cil: · George Sheaier. 3'XOO J- L. Butt 42.00 -J. A. Tairaey 47.23 Balance on hand 7.00 11P.23 DR. To amoun'c ousiandlnjj last audit $100 95 S126. 23 CR. Exonerations 871 03 ACCOUNT OF J. A. HOLTZ\YORTH |5 per cent added 3 55 CR. oi 1908 1909 1910 1911 41 59 216 56 179 56 3S5 SS SS35 ing ICins Georse of England: Prince Eitel Frederick, representing Emperor William of Germany; Prince and Princess Keary -CCXIIL of Reuss; Princes Fredsrich oi Hahenzollera: Prince Carol and Princess Elizabeth- TERRAPIN CATCHES BIG HAWK Hole's on Until He'p Ccmes to Complete the Capture of Chicken Marauder. Outstandins: _tax In j hands of H.t.Buni- | baugh. successor to 1 Peter Culn.deceas- j ed. 1912 JDuplcate-S2 561 93 | lotal. special purposes . .S'J 432 6G j Charity Purposes: 1 Balance In hands of i Treas-from Eiche!- berger fund S Balance In hands of Finance CominrJcee from Stahle fund S S3 87 Total. Cnaritv irarsoses-.S Total. Resources SS 038 1*6 - §g| LLABILITIE3: General^ Purposes: Due TV". H. Frock. Co'lector. IN COURTHOUSE GETTYSBURG PA Prominent Speakers Acquainted with Road Subjects will Present to J Citizens of Adams County Facts Connee ted with the Progress of other +~j States in Road Building. m ' Baltimore, !Md.--Edvrln Lo~e. son ol Eduis Lowe of McDaniei, Talbot county, exhibited a young chicken hawk that he and bis father had captured it bad been trapped Jay a coranios Mr. Lo'-ve and his so- --ere ti-alkias the road near MeDanie! -.vhea they .-. the har.-k hopping along in tha to it. unced. o: putt ou: of niisery. -sben they saw -. ~,::a ~xi ^ b^.:73pering :is movements. Tha h--i".-. had evidently tried to capture u.e terrap:n. but was captured itself, for one toe of the b:rd "^as heJ(i t:ghtly in the tcrrar'Jr.'s shell. Toth iiav.k ar.d terrapin v.-ere picked 3 | up i.n taken to I.Ir. J^o-ae's hone, and ^ j it v. as several hou-s, before the terra- V I _:-, _ 1 -,c-^r: =·; ~~= -n u-T. -t:!^2.Sr.G -u 0 --i'- £.xoneratiop.s S7 34 o T»er cent added 3 * Liens 3 63 5 per cenr added _ 17 1907 Duplicate. Overpayment on!S03 Duplfcate -S 59 24 Notes held bv First National Bar.k: Bated Nov. 9/1912 @ 3 months §1 000 00 Da'ted Oct. 29.1912 @ 3 months - 675 00 Dated Dec.ll. IS 12 © 3 months 4 700 00 Date Dec-^l. 1912 @ 3 months 1 600 00 A Full Discussion of the Propos- §! , , , T F 7 · £§31 Coir,mutes Death Sen m ed Amendment to the rennsvivania fg| SPARES AN ASSASSIN . , £· -S11.51 BURGESS. DR. To bal. due last audit S 36 50 To receip'cs from sev.*er permits _ 17 permits @ 75c 12 75 Building- permits 21 00 Digging permits 8100 Licenses: Venters $119 50 Wizard Theatre 5S 00 Shows 5 00 Photo Plav 40 00 per cent added 13 79 69 -SS9 06 Balance oustanding Sil 89 190S Duplicate: DR. To amount outstanding last audit Silo 44 CR. Exonerations $36 94 5 per cent added 1 85 Liens 23 58 5 per cen'c added 1 18 TIackmcn: Morgan Mickley^SlO 00 -$222 50 -$63 55 Balance outstanding $41 SO 1909 Duplicate. DR. -?IO 275 00 Borough 4 r»er cent, bonds of issue of Mar. Is-r.. 10-^0 I --^16 500. Nos. 5 to 20 SgSjj Inclusive S S 000 00 , sg ncs of Rafael Sanchez AHegro and Five Others to !_sfe Imprisonment. Constitution that Provides for a Loan p j -^^ Syain ^- ag A uonso co^, -p. -I T £3 J muted tne seHtcuces o: sis prisoners, Tor Koad Improve- ^l-«° ^_ ^^ -**·=?-** · ***· them v,.-is the auarch-st liifr.el Sa-;- of $50,000,0 ment K "£"'"-S" "5" "G" 'd'-'Q. 'a'^'Q- ;r;5 : c!ie7. A: ^^!at the k:sg is aa sttsmpt to assa==;n- Total, General liabilities.SIS 334 24 | Special Purposes: _ ;§ Xotes held bv First National Bank:'s Dated OcVx 5/1912 j ^ @ 3 months SI SSO 00 I ? Dated Dec.30.1912 ! g @ 2 months 250 00 lg S2 130 00'K A Meeting that will Interest every H{ *-' SftJSt ; Voter Whether in Fanr of or Opposed to this Plan. ! Never Biow in n r.tuis's Ear. i Stor.ehani, Cc-Io -- Carr.ey I5er.so2 , hac aeard ;b?-t the v,a to cure a _ ,,,,.^ ^. ^ ^...^ ,, ....-.v . t . ,^, _,,.. ·1 per cent Sewer bonds of issue of January 3,1906.821 500 00 3 00 per cent bonds of issue of January 3. 1906..$ 2 400 00 COURT HOUSE GETTYSBURG. PA. PT 91 ^ - ^ ^ Total, special liabilities $2.0 030 00 i ^* Total, all indebtness ?47 3G1 24.^ S He tried the- remedy ^n-2 is cow at a c hosr-Jtal iii Sterl.r.;; v. 4 th both ja^\3 j i broken and several t:at'i m:st,ia^ The^ mule did r.ot tike k'iidlj to the "ger»-1 tie zephyrs" p'^ajl-s '.r. its tars. ai*! as a rebuke laui^u boch beets ou B c a-| son's ja'v. i IP CharKe Cooin and his leaders say ( they do not fear the Giants, but ar*. looking for the Pirates to make a ho?, finish because the Pittsburgh pitcherfi are sure to come \\Ith the hot weather.}

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