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Auditors' Report AUDIT OF, THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BOROUGH OF GETTYSBURG. Account of Philip R. Bikle, Treasurer of the Borough of Gettysburg, for the on 1st .Monday of Mrs. M. E. Zinn, 4.1G J. G. Wierman, .. 36.90 John C. Irvine, 17.95 G. \V. Slallsmiih, 2.25 Peter Stock. 2.7( Fiscal Year endins January, 19131""-'^-" Philip R. Bikle, Treasurer, in Account with the-Borough of Gettysburg. GENERAL 'BOKO UGH ,FUNO. DR. To balance on .hand at last audit- S74.50 . nn To liquor license receipts.' 900.00 Joseph Carver, «.w - - Fire ins/from C. 11. Wilson, 4.«0 SURVEYING \V. H. Foreman. ?U5.00 J. J. Martin, 3.7o S. Miley Miller, .....522.99 C, "W.-Ziegler. 2.00 · .MISCELLANEOUS LABOR Jacob Mandorii, vl.SO 5G1.74 To proceeds -from Auditor General ............... 75.71 To receipts from Burgess, ..... 000.00 To notes dsscouut'J«ac First ' ..- ,National Bank," ..... .".'.... 4,G75.00 To receipts feets^Iarl^t Master 1S5.SH* To fines from J?L- Hill. J. P ..... 45/M) To taxjifroixtjpeter-p-ilp, collector 1910 §471.91 1912 - . 2,407.13 .-3.S79.04 To curbing repayments ....... 250.20 To pavement repayments ...... 22'J.ll To taxes from Wm. 11. Frock, coHector. · · 1910 - 027.00 li'll 522.50 1,145.50 John Shealer, 3-00 .M. G. ilyers, 7-SO Harvev 3o!iSj!ger. r.OO Paul Stock 1»-20 C. V.". Ziegler Co. - -2.50 A. 13. Phvnk 08.41 L.O. Behler, 4..0 COAL AFFIDAVITS ··X. i_ ilafer, . REFUNDS i J. A. He Leo Slitter 10 00 James Ross 5 00 David Arendt.. 5 00 Toddes Co... 23 00 A. 31. Stahle... 5 00 J. E- Piteer 19 00 Frank Williams 5 00 Irvin Kelly 10 00 Cal. Heiges.I.. 5 00 S. Hartzei...... 10 00 L W. Hartier... 5 00 J. J- Plauk 19 00 C A. Stoner 5 00 Richard Ball... 10 00 j Harry Sehriver. 10 00 {James Leister--10 W iAr.dy Hartnian. 10 00 ! Ed. "Svvope 5 00 j.Jofan Kime ,. It? 00 ' K*. FwBieVer^i j. IQ-IM " - * *-' - }.J. Felix..".'.-A". a'OO 1 Chas-Summers., ',5-00 ..; , _, ,. ill. A. Shuhz..::\n no,.-. . - 112.41 ] j L Mundorfr.. 5 00 JExhv. Weaver.. 5 09 I S229 00 f Total .receipts ?G02 ! By amis, uaid Borough Treasurer ?000 00 To amount ouslandiiig last audit S319 55 CR. Amounts paid Treas .. -?GO 00 Commissions ......... 2 03 Exonerations -. - t 47 9( 5 per cent added 2 40 Balance outstanding 1910 Duulicate- - * ~ DR. To amount ouslanding last audit S-397 19 CR. Amounts paid Treas. .S"J"J! 50 Conunissions 17 50 Exonerations 0141 i, per cent added .... Total, all Resources $ S OOS 9i Medical Advertising-. Excess Liabilities over Resources 339 325 28 September 15. 1913. ? We. the undersigned, Auditors of [)·? 091 ' l ^ e Borough o Gettysburg, herby -..'certify that we iave audited, settled ° ' -and adjusted the accounts of the Boro- j ugh Council, Tax Collectors, Burgess, j Market Master and Finance Connnit- Jtee. for "the year ending January Oth., J1913. and find them to be correct; and Uhat the foregoing is a. true and c"rr ·,,·,,·:. ·statement f the accounts cf the said Ely's Cfeam Nostrils and {officers for said ueriod. ! f »v % * \ 'r \ x* Balance outstanding ---- -?179 1M.1 Duplicate. , -- , .-DR. J To amount otistanding last audit.. 1 ....... S72C 24 CR. AiKOums paid Treas. S2-;i25_ " " GEO. A. TAYLOR, HARRY D. GEISELMAN 31. A. MILLER, Instantly Clears Air Passages; You j penetrates and heais the infiaajed, Breathe Freely. Nas:y Discharge 1 swollen membrane which lines the Stops. Head Colds and Dull Head- · nose, head and rhroaV: clears the air ache Vanish. j passages; stops aiasty discharges and a Get a SHiall bottle anyway, just to peeling of cleansing, soothing relief notriJs i conies immediately. ' Xry it--Apply a liule in ihs dissppe rrh, co'd-in-head or j mucvus croppinsr into trie drness is distressin ' i Exonerations ___ . ---- - 02 2~ 1 5 oer cec'c added . -- - 3 11 SHOE MANUFACTURER PREOiCTS CATTLE FAMINE uy. catarrlial sore :hroat wiii ie gwne. End such, misery now! Get the small, needless. . . i bott!^ of "Elv's Cream Ba!n:"' at anv i * u ' your faith--just once--in "Ely's" Jdrug store. This sv.eet. fragrant bahn iCreani Balrr." and your cold or catarrh dissolves by the heat of the nostrils: IvHl surely disappear. , _ S f J v Lai. on hand 2 Balance outstanding "iOOOi -""·'·' Gtt; ittysburg and Petersburg Turnpike/ 135.00 Tax lien, 1907 Dep 2.28 To Pole taxes, C. V. Tel. Co $21.00 Bell Tel. Co. CS.OO Amer, U. Tel. Co. . - 12.!iO W. Union Tel. Co. . .^O Gettvsburg Kv. ...311.00 sACCOUXT OF PETER GULP, TAX' Total expenditures. Balance on hand, .. SPECIAL ACCOUNT DR .'·{ .':.7^S7:S5J To m , . , ,,,_ ,, I To dai'y licenses ?,12.,2y.oyi- Toll recc-iuts... MARKET MASTER DR. .- licenses. -S 77 50 CR. Borough -S1SS 00 {GENERAL TAX. DR. |lS!2 Duplicate $7 402 32 STo per centage added 103 4 5 --§7 Selz of Chicago Sa; United States Must Have More Cattle at Once. 80 jnteresr and s!^rm s? fe-.t all throuji-i :he Unite*! Sza'c^ over the " ea::!e shuaiioa. ho^e who Live ""- , - . J iv amis. oa:u ic«roug.i : To balance o.i nanu as icund at last "Treasurer ?1S5 20 113.30) audit ? :J -~ 2 - : ^ 3 Bal. dau borough 2 1 0 Miscellaneous, 11-95 Total Receipts, ? 12,725.55 · - - - CR. Bv disbursements rwaCe anon vouchers. "PAY ROLLS Labor, Street Commissioner, ?1.391.2G POLICE ' John Shealer, S310.00 Geo. Scroop, 159.50 V,'allace Emmons, . .352.50 T. O'Reily, 2.00 Jos. Whlttington, 3.00 Edw. Bower, 2.«0 31. Van Dyke. 1R.OO Chas. Yohe 2.00 State Constabularv board, il'7.00 .\ccou:- 1 Special Tax, IVoi.1 \V. H- Frock, Tar. Collccror. lyOD §50.00 1910, W.~0 *9*i 201.25 ^ Goners (i-j..O! 1900 Duolieaie. From Peter Calp, Tax Co-kctor. i ___ " DR. *912, , 0 .--" 0 T o anlt - outstanding i.bJi.^J j as - audit -5 CR. CR- Cy abatement § | By com at 2 per ci. rn sBy com- at 5 per cr. J vw 3E:. .,..,. i ,. r -o»- a,-«- i -i i -t! UNT OF TAX COLLECTOR jjj^^-g-^.p^-^ *" " Vi". II FrocK. collector. I """V^O^'^voV l*~* 3407 i;j i l B o r u g h Taxes: - " *' ^ - Florence WilliamF, 1907 ta: lien.. 1.15 Proceeds of loan from 1st, Nut. Bank, 230.00 POLICE UNIFORMS John Brehm, WATCHING FIRES Curtis ISberhart $2.00 Ralph Wierrnan, 2.00 REMOVING DOGS John. Shealer, 1.00 SALARIES C. G. 3Iil!er. Market Master and janitor, $2:J0.09 J. A. Hoitzv.-orth. Burgess. 125.00 R. E. Wibie, Attv. .. .80.00 P. R. Bikle. Treas 75.00 C. B. Kitzmiiler,Sec.. 100.00 610.00 Talo! receipts, S"J.114.G3 CR. By Borough bonds receemed:- Xo. 7, SiJ.l'O per cent borough i bond of Januarv -JrJ.. 1906 1^20.00 | due Oct. Is:. 1912.. 100.00 ' Ncs. 13 . l-i - per cent Sewer Bond of Issae of January °0 QO 3rd, 160'3, due Occ. 1st." 1912, for S500.00 each, 1000.00 j no f No. 4, -t per cent. Bond issued 3Iar. 1st. 1009, due Oct. 1st, 1912 500.00 SI .600.00 Sxonerations . .§1G 15 5 per cen; added Liens vst Kate Hoffman §2 A .finnie M. Sheads 4 07 A. -I. Mvers 92 2S SI 10 0?2 t making a study of ::·.: an*! are in posi- i tioa to accurately :orec.*-=r the cojidition j ic ilsJs counrr;.' take a very serious vie-w j of the ma:;er. j J. 3i=rry- I^Jz, pre?i-!^at of ?e:z, Scnwab i i Co., large ?ho* n l inufac^urers of Chi' cago, u-ho are j.rol-abSy aisiona :he lar^e^i 0-3 '" buyers anil u^en? of :::ie Iciiher. :n an m- Baltsce outstanding jiov.- i;i hands of H. E. Bumbaugh, col S SPECIAL TAX. i DR. I l'J12 Duplicate . .S-i 4:;i K I Percentage added 121 j'j r.o 5 »er cent added Bj" interest coupons paid:Due Apr. 1.1912. 4 per cent. Sewer Bond of issue of -Jan. 3rd, 190K, 48 coupons at $10.00 480.00 Due Oct. 1st. 1612. 4 per cent Sewer Bond_of issue of Jan. Srd. 1906. -47 couoons as S10.00 T.470.00 BOROUGH AUDITORS t 30.00 i Due Oct. 1, 1912. 4 per cent. MERCHANDISE Peoples Drug Store, . 5 4.95 Dornan Company, . .5.00 C. B.Kitzmiiler. postage .82 C. G. Miller. ..-. 1.00 \V. H- -Johni 1.00 Peonies Cash-Score, 40 Adams Co. Haw. Co.. .3.45 Gettysburg Dep't Store, * * · I Bond of issae of Mar. 1st 1009 from bonds Kos. 4 to 20 Inc. 17 bonds at §20.00 ^ 34).00 Dae Oct. 1.1012, 3.90 per cent redcmntion bond of issue j of Jan. 3rd. 1006. 24 at 55-90 03-60 REPAIRS A. B- Plank, - - 10.10 LIGHT1NG-'- Gettysburg Lighting _ Company S 2,7f».79 · Gettysburg Gas Com- panVj 1.95 1.083-CO 39.98 ; Interest Taid First National on loan, ." 35.10 ! Glance on band 34.95 -t 3.114.6-5 EICEELBERGER AND STAHLE CHARITY FUNDS ! Philip R. Bikle. Treasurer in account 2,709.74 i v.-ith Borough of Gettysbnrg- ' j DR. LIGHT SUPPLIES ! To baiar.se on hand at last T. B, Turner 2.S2 [ audit ...$ 134.89 "WATER ! To interest on MuniDer Gettysburg Water Co., - 400.00 ! loan, .'.165.2-5 Balance outstanding S 1907 Duolicate: DR- To am'L outstanding last audit ?22S C7 CR. Exonerations §162 OS 5 per cent added 811 Liens vs. Kate Hoffman. S 2 10 Minnie Sheads o 25 II. B- Woif, Est. 3 Si F. "VVhitmer 2 30 Laura Hamilton. 3 15 John Witters-.. 6 30 A. J Myers.-. 52 Cecelia Penn... 2.30 L. F. A. Y.'iils.. 2.45 j CR- j By u:»rstenient $ 13 S-~» j By com.@ 2 per ct. 5 2'J i By com.@ 5 per CE. 7- 19 - » J B v anit-nasd Treas Y! 'prior Aug. 1 203 03 ~ I By amstjaid Treas. ! Brior Nov. 1 1631 30 -Si 5 -?I 991 99 j Balance outstanding I and no\v" in. hands I of K.E.Bursbaugh, I coiieccor $2 501 93 -S28 S3 . I -14 -j per cent added .. 200 4G Balance outstanding -?2S 21 190S Dutjllcaie: DR. To amc-outstanding last audit SIG5 4.1 ACCOUNT OF H. E. BUMBAUGH. TAX COLLECTOR. GENERAL TAXES. 1C-12 Dunlicate- *- ' DR. To balance outstanding a'c death o£ Peter Culo S3 475 15 CR. SPRINKLING Civic Club LEGAL EXPENSES E- H. Berkheinier, .. .81-50 Bechtel heirs, 50.00 jTo income from Stahle ..10.00 fund. ._-, 1I9.7S 51.50 Board of Health, 202.00 State Tax on Loans, 133.70 ADVERTISING AND PRINTING Times Publishing Co. · $100.27 Star and Sentinel, --4G.2o RENTS 31. A. Miller. DISCOUNT First National Bank. Interest on loans 426.57 NOTES- REDEEilED 1st National Bank. 1.000.00 FIRE COMPANY SUPPLIES Darling Valve Companv. " $337-50 Fabric Fire Hose Co.. .,.· 52-5.00 15 Q FREIGHT AND EXPRESS Getcvsburc: Ilarrisburcr Rwy., . ,, $ 13".47 American Jt-xpress Company 45 Total receipts, ? 120.S7 CR. - ·By amount.paid borough finance committee on Stahle fund, Siiy.73 ·,' disbursement on vouchers: j-L O- Biocher S54.18 i W. 0- Lvles 1-50 14G.62 '-Jesse Snvder 10.00 i H. M. Hartnian 5.00 i G. V/_ Steinpur ^. .9.00 W. 6. Oyler Bro~ ~.'. !H".25" Gettysburg Times .--l.oO G- Vv'. Weaver Son - .2.00 T. V,-. Remolds 4-00 Geo. Reever 3.00 Geo. Scott S.OO Scott Brothers 22.52 I Leon Milier 1.50 R, E. Zinn 1-50 S62 50 Emory Cleveland 6-00 YT. -J. Eden 11.00 jilcllbecnv Brothers ..2.SO C. -T. Yv caner 1.3« Keiiy Oyler 4-5.25 E. P. vvisotzkev 1.50 Exonerations §73 5 per cenc added 3 Liens vs. Ed-?.', Woocixrard-Sl 45 Kate HofriHap.... 2 10 Minnie Sheads-- 5 25 H- B. Wolf, Est.. 3 04 S. -J- DiiJer. Est.. 7 35 Laura Hamilton. 3 15 Isaac Kaufrman. 2 26 H- Sionalcer. heirs 2 63 -J. H. Widdsrs-- 5 18 Win. Cnfr. Est.... 53 Lucv Devan 2 36 W. 0- Lyles 2 50 A. -J. Mvers 92 Cecelia Penn 2 10 Ida Paul 53 L. F. Y="att5 2-50 Emma Warner.. 3 15 09 6G 13.92 Gettysburg Dep't Store S.33 STREET SUPPLIES Brick Auburn Shale Brick Co S 41.54 Lumber G. M. Wolf, 35.G2 j Stones. C. W.'Zieglar. .510.00 J. A. Smith 5.20 F. B. Peardorft. 100.53 Y» r . Ovler, 2G3.-W 019.22 N. L. :»Iinter 1-50 John K:mp!e ..- 2.00 Peonies Cash Store --5-00 ! Balance en hand 83.87 Sand. S. Robinson, 51.25 Ediv. ilcnchey, 45.00 05.25 Cement. J. O. Biocher. 12S.09 W. Oyler Bro. .. .254.1-1 3IcI3hennv Bros. 82.15 C- 31-Woif. .- .42.82 O. -J. Boston, 43-71 S420-S7 48 50 5 per cent adaea Balance outstanding 1909 Duolicate: DR. To ami-outstanding last S90 35 CR- i^xonerations ..SSt 42 5 per cent added 4 37 Liens 55 05 5 per cent added 2 75 S149 59 127 To amt. DR. outstanding lasc andi't $1 Oil 10 CR. Amount paid treas.S52i 00 Commissions 33 00 Exonerations 115 53 5 per cent added 5 77 Liens vs 40.25 ..one _ Stance outstanding S3 SPECIAL TAXES. .- l'J12 Duniicate. . Dli. To balance outsiand- ing at death of Peter Cuin S2 5G1 93 CR. None . Balance outstanding- S2 5G1 93 Statement of Resources and Liabilities as of the 1st Monday of Janaarv. 1913. RESOUUP.CES, Genera! Purposes- Bal- in hands of Treas 5287 8D jBai :n hands of Burgess 2 75 Bai.in hands of Market Master :. 2 10 Outstanding Taxes in hands of .W. H. Frock: 100S Duplicates 3 81 1907 " '· 28 -I 1908 " 37 70 1910 " 187 r.2 1911 « 490 21 Outstanding tax in hands of H.E-Bum- bangh successor of Peter Gulp, deceas ed, 1912 duplicate"" 475 15 Total, general purposes . -Si 515 -13 Special Purposes- Balance in hands of Treas S 34 95 Outstanding tax in hands of W.H.Frock. S 11 SO 73 I age of catlJe was :he j:-ea-e~t nie-nce this I country has to fac-:. "The real i:i!:Hr*- j tance of this/" said Mr. Se'.z.. "car: hardly S be perceived b the averace petor at the I present ISKIC. ami they vriil only rea'ue · what it means «"i:h relntion to the high I cost of livi-ig when it is too late to re- i lieve the tkuanon and the nssschicf Has I been done. Meat -wrji: be h.shT. and, of I course, that affects the price of leather and likewise the price of shoes. If the population cont:ni:e» to increase lor the next sis years in the same proportion th-\t it has :n the !a=t ?:x years anl the czttle supply keeps on diminishing IE the same proportion, there wiil be only io«r head of cattle to every tea people. This ss 311=1 one-half the number of cattle in proportion to the Qutnber or people that, there Trere rvvelve years ago. "If this question -.vere thoroughly under- j =. stood hy the rural community and :ra:ae- diate action v.-ere taken to-.va.rds more cattle raisin::, the situation i\ould be some- ·what relieved. We are s!aughtoc;ng oar j cattle. an«j especially the calves, ruthiessir, v.-ithout giving any thf:a;h: to the future. Everv farmer in this country ought to be An Excellent Heater... At a very reasonable price The accompanying Illustration * shows a stove from our stock that has many decided advantages. If you think of buying a stove ca!l to sec it and let us explain the good points to you. Visitors are always welcome. H. T. Maring Hot Air Furnaces carried In stock ready to install. Warerooms formerly occupied by Stnuvstacker Co.. rear of old Reading- freight depot. is \ encouraged to double, treble or quadruple hi= supply. In my opinion cattle nuking ·will not onh- prove pro.ltabte in she next fe-n- yearg. but almost a nation-wi!e neees- sity- I ani speaking not only from the hide end of It. but from the_food^ supply. "They talEf aBour furalng to South America for their supply and even Argentina. when only a ie\r =hort years ago the cry -.vent out that America could feed the world- Snath America cannot supply us ivith good cattle- They don't take care of then! do^vn there. Argentina has its hands full supplying other cox;n.- tries. The only other large cattle raising section 15 Australia. En^iand and her co!on:e= consume this product."' -SS23 58 5 per cent- added 2.02 Balance outstanding SIS7 52 Account of t i Borough Council. Ap_ tribute Charitv Fund. ~ DH. io balance on hand last _*a T j]5t- - G.50 io amount received from Dorough Treasurer. .110.73 1911 Duplicate DR. io amt. outstanding: last audit Si 252 33 CR. Am'ts. paid ireas Sa22 aO Commissions 27 59 e Committee of j Exonerations 114 41 PDointcd to Dis: P-r cent added 5 72 Liens 97 10 5 per cent added -.... 4 86 Balance ousiandinc SPECIAL TAX. lf)OG DuTtlicate. -S772 03 S4SO 24 SEWETI PIPES Speece Pfeffer., ..SlO.aO A". -T: Smith Son. :.. .1.30 C. M.-Wolf, 17.77 Total receipts, CR. ; according 1 to statement rendered by } members of Council: -550011Ocfrge Shealer, ."....30.00 _5i!-T- L. Batt ....' 42.00 J. A. Tavvnev 47.23 120.23 29.57 UHI CUHB SUPPLIES Steel Curb Corarfeny," ;. -v ; . ...... 3 1.00 OIL; ?*.--J. Frank jEiartrrjS^ . --.'-:- ........ 8.83 r\Iariin Winter.-'. .' ---- *w ....... 175.57 COBBLTXG David Irvin. .-..' ---- S 36.45 M. Tate, ..'. .......... 8.50 S. D. Ridinger, ..... 274.95 Andrew Utz .......... 1.75 RAILS . Harry Viner. CURBING, PAYING, etc. Chas. Ladv. -, ;·. S 463.54 M. Tate, .. ^ '. .80.65 Powers Pittenturf, ...1.75 B. Cassafc. 6.00 321.65 .160.95 Balance on hand /-CO To taxes oustandiug last audit §11 51 CR. Exonerations S . ' 3 4 5 per cent added 37 Liens 3 63 5 per cent added 17 1907 Duplicate. -$11.51 DR. To azrjOHn'c oustanding last audit "SlOO 95 S 125. 23? CR. ;E.~or.eratior,s S/l 03 ACCOUNT OF -I. A. KOLTZWORTH * per cent added 35? BURGESS. ; . DR. To^bai. due last audit S 36 50 To recejp'cs from sewer ··· permits _ 37 permits @ 7-5c 12 o Baildinsr permits 21 00 Digging permits 81 00 Licenses: Venders $119 50 Vizard Theatre 58 00 Shows 5 00 Photo Play 40 00 8 »£T~g 5 rser cer.t added .' Balance oustandfn 1908 Duplicate: DR. To amount outstanding last audit "sii-5 44 CR. Exonerations S36 94 5 per cent added 1 85 _ Liens 23 58 j 5 per cen'c added 1 18 13.79 60" S^O 0'' $11 SO 3909 " 215 -56 1310 '· 17ft -» 1911 '- 3S-5 88 . ^335 Outstanding tax in hands of H.E.Bum- baugh, successor to Peter Culn.deceas- ed, 1912 DuplcateS2 -551 0-3 Total, special purposes . .S3 432 GG Charity Purposes": Balance in hands of Treas-from Eichelberger fund -S S3 S7 Balance in hands of Finance Commit'tce frcrn Stahle fund S 7 00 iotal, Charity purposes..? 00 S~ Medical AdverliEing Wonderful Mustarim IS in T* 1 own Stops Headache. Backache. Toothache in 2 3Iinufes. Just Rub it · on. and Neuralgia and Lumbago Disappear-It will not Blister. No need 10 argue; no need to delav; :rct a 25 cent box of BEGY'S ilUS- TAEINE at your druggists to-day. and if it isn't the most ·vvonderftii remedv vou ever used--money back. BEGY"'S MUSTARTNE is the original t(reparation of its kind. Doctors, v.-ho live around Rochester, N. Y.. v.-here Mr. J. A. Begy. "the chemist, lives, have been using it in their practice for over 10 -years. Cold in Chest, Sore Throat. .Tonsii- itis and Coughs are ended over night- Khcumaiic swelling is reduced and pain vanishes. Sprains. JJruifes and ail soreness, aches and pains are speedilv relieved. BEGY'S 3IUSTAR1NE v.-iil do the ·work of o'blistering mustard plasters. It's a grand remedy- It per.e- I irates. | JIUSTAKINE is for saic and rec- | oniTnended i" Gettysburg at all druggists. PUBLIC SALE i otal. Resources $3 033 96 ' LIABILITIES: General Purnoses: Due W. H. Frock. CoHector. Overpayment onl-fOO Daplfcate S -"9 24 Notes held bv First National Bank Dated Nov. 9/lf»l2 2 3 months SI 300 00 Dated Oct. 20.1312 @ 3 months 2 075 GO Dated Dcc.13.10i2 @ 3 months 4 700 GO Date Doc.11.1012 @ 3 months 1 600 00 $10 : Boroi:gh 4 ier cent bonds The SUNDAY SCHOOL of \ Cashtown will hold a CHICKEN J SOUP saxU^D, Oct. n Of Lumber, Slab and Cord Wood On FRIDAY. OCTOBER 3. 39J3. i OR the Philip flouck farm one mile ! Eist of Gettysburg the follovring: ~-i j^-ords slab ivood sawed irs 32 inch j lengths, oak and hickory. 10.000 fu of i off-fal! lumber, boards and scantling. 50 acres uncut tree tops, chips, chucks, sawdust- 1 Saie to begin at one o'clock p. m. · sharp. A credit of three months vriil ;be given to a!3 purchasers gi-.-ing iheir ! notes vnth approved secwrit\. AH sums junder S5 cash. Positively jio lumber !iO be removed unrl sale is river. ] II. A. MYERS. ! J. 31. Cal dwell. Auctioneer. c '°:?. A. Miller. Clerl, The *v%-ell known Washington House, opposite the "Western. Maryland IlaiLcoad-Statlon. has been leased by John D. Kane, who as proprietor -will in the future, to the best of his ability, endeavor to see that all patrons of this established hostelry are served v.-ith the best eatables, of the siibslautial nr.d solid kind, as also v.-ith the best of liruors, both spirit and malt furnished anyv.'here. The fact that 3Ir. K:i«c has a large acquaintance throughout the comity should be sufficient assurance that he vrHl take goo-1 care of such of his friends and palror.s as visit him. are served at this bar, bottle. c:: draught and in FAMOUS BABCOCK LADDERS Kv.rv of issue of Tilar. 1st.. 1909 --16 500. Nos. 5 to 20 ] inclusive S 8 000 00 2 .Total, General ISabiluies.SlS 331 21 i Special Purposes: Notes he;d bv Fir?* National Ban:;: i Dated Occ. 5/1912 i " -@ 3 months SI 850 00 j Dated Dec.30.1912 i @ 2 months 250 00 Kackr.ien: Morgan Jlickky $10 00 -S222 50 5 Balance outstanding- ..... §41 89 190D Duplicate. DR. 4 per cent Sewer bonds of issue of Januarv- 3.1906.S24 500 00 3 SO per cent bonds of issue of Jan- uarv 3. 1906..S 2 400 00 82 130 00 i Total, special liabilities .$29 030 00 Total, all indebtness S47 361 24 The Riglit Liglit The Bright Light No odor No soot Triple reiiaea Pennsylvania crude oil. The best lamp oil is Family Favorite Oil FEEE--320 page book pJjout oU WAVERLY OIL WORKS CO. PittsWgli, Pa. Gasolines LubricaaU Straight ladders, extension ladders," step ladders 1 and special fruit ladders. .rni-fs i- u-.r.-:c f :-^~ f ';;i or « lin. v-, III: H. P. MARK, SEE SATURDAY EVENIXG OCTOBER 4th at Falrplay School House for the b Sunday School. Everybody Welcome. NEWSPAPER!

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