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THE CHATEAU OF BL01S which is .almos'tt filled -with" raw ch*«t-f nuts- They "are "covered with a MO-{ oad ·we' clothf and put on" the "fire to, stea.ro. Hot steamed chestnuts mr* carried around the city street* In bs*-, kcts or -pails." -Tie .majority of th» working peoples, who usually have no- fire early in the" morning, eat them for their breakfast," "with or. without milk. Physicians state that, as an article of food, chestnuts are ·wholesome, nutri- itious, aad fattejilBg:;-, Tfeeee nuta ar« often used as a"vegetable, aid are ex- Auditors' Report AUDIT OF THE ACCOUNTS OF THE BOROUGH OF GETTYSBURG. Account of Philip R. Bikle, Treasurer of the Borough of Gettysburg, for the Fiscal Year ending on 1st Monday of January, 1913- Philip R- Bikle, Treasurer, in Account with the Borough of Gettvsburg- GENERAL BOROUGH FOND. DR.» ' · ' ;._ To balance on hand at last audit $74.56 cfedingly popular, being found oa the To liouor license receipts,'.·:. .960.00 tabled of the well-to-do and wealtbr- \ To proceeds from Fire Ins. from ^ ^ They are served ifbt" onlV- boiled," but j Auditor Genersl-c. ----- -An'ni roasted, steamed,-- pureed, and - a» j To receipts from'Burgess, 600.00 ^otes discountec at First " dressings *=for poultry- .-asd -meats- Chestnuts are also made into bread, by the mountain peasantry. CYCLE OF THE RAJNDROP f National Bank, ..--" 4,675.00 ! To T-eeeiots from Market Master 185.90 I To fines'from J. L. Hill, J. P., .. .45.00 t To taxes from Peter Culp, collector t 1910 $471.91 1912 3,407.13 3,879.04 A. German professor named Mela- TO ' ca r-bin" repayments ....... 256.20 ..*,,., T,., »TM,,.^,t ,JTT,«OT ^rt, M i m . ! ardus amused Touralne, the garden ot France, as It is called, is rich in historic castles. lating how long a^drop ot water stayc ! in the ocean before it is evaporated, " and how sooa" it returns to the sea. Calculating -- he does not say how -- the total evaporation from the surface of the ocean and estimating the total Along the 'vallev of the Loire stand ! volume of water in the ocean, a drop lho«e of BJo's," Chambord, Ambolse. ] of water entering the ocean will stay as repayments.. ____ 225.11 To taxes from Wm. H. Frock, Mrs. M. EJ Zinn, ..... 4.16 J. C. Wierman, - . ---- 36.90 John C. Irvine, G. W. Stallsmith, ..... 2.25 Peter Stock, ...... .--2-7G SURVEYING nn W. H- Foreman, ---- $3^-00 J.J.Martin, ......... 3.75 S- Miley Miller, ____ 522.99 C. W. 23egler, . . 1 ..... 2.60 MISCElZ^NEOUS LABOR Jacob Mundorff, ----- 51.80 Joseph Carver, ....... 3.00 C. H'. Wilson, ......... 4.00 John Shealer, ........ 3.00 M. G.Myers, ......... 7.80 Harvey Bellinger, ---- '*.00 Paul Stock .......... 10.20 C. W. Ziegler Co. . -2.50 A. B. Plank, ......... 68-1 I_O. Beitler, ........ 4.70 COAL 3icl!hennv Brothers, -12.:jO Kellv Oyler, ...... 12.50 ' 618.56 561.74 collector, 112.41 39.85 Leo MiUer 10 00 J allies. Ross-.7- 5 00 David Arendt.. 5 00 Toddes Co... 23 00 A. M- Stahle... 5 00 J. E. Pitzer 19 00 Frank Williams 5 00 Irvin Kelly 10 00 CaL Heiges 5 00 S. Hartzel 10 00 L W. Hamer.. - 5 00 J. J. Plank 19 00 C A. Stoner...-. 500 Richard Ball..- 10 00 Harry Sehriver. 10 00 James Leister...10 CO Andy Hartman. 10 00 Ed. Swope 5 00 John Kime 13 00 F. Fromever,.. 10 00 J.Fe!ix..". 5 0 0 Chas. Summers. 5 00 HL A. Shultz... 5 00 L. L Mundorff.. 5 00 Edw. Weaver.. 5 00 1910 1911 G27.00 522.50 1,149.30 Gettysburg and Petersburg Turnpike, 133 Tax Lien, 1907 Dep 2.28 AFFIDAVITS W. L. Hafer, · REFUNDS J, A. Holtzworth, Burgess, 10.00 133.00 Cfaenonceaux,'LaEseais and Azay-le- \ there 3,460-years, provided It awaits] Rideau. It was at Blois that Joan of · Its turn to be evaporated. However. " Arc raised her standard in 1429. The ! the professor'admits that the surface eldest part of the chateau dates from [ water stands a good chance of getting the thirteenth century and Includes ' ahead of its'turn. The average stay j the Louis XII. -aisg with Its famous } out of the ocean is only 12 days, portiere. The illustration shows the portiere. To Pole taxes, CHESTNUTS AS FOOD The absence of Indian com as an C- V. Tel. Co ...... $21.00 Bel! Tel. Co ....... «8.00 Amer, U- Tel. Co. . .42 00 W. Union Tel. Co. . .3.30 Gettysburg Ry- . . .311.00 "- i | Miscellaneous, HER ASHES TO FLOWER BED The will of Mrs. ifargaret Carmichael Webster, who WES burned to *iTM u.^^.u.u «_ ^,-.*-- »,- death at her home In Washiugtoa article of diet among tb/2 poorer class-1 street. Flushing. K. T., provided that es in Prance Is. to a certain extent, s her body be cremated and that the replaced bv the popular chestnut, j ashes be scattered on the central The ordinary way of cooking them.« Sower bed In frbnt-of the crematory at says a consular report, is :o remove i Fresh Pond, Queens. The will, which the outside shell, blanch them; then a j was madeoa October 21J.S95, was filed wet cloth is placed in an earthen pot. · for probate recently in Queens county. 14.93 Total Receiots, ........... S 12,725.55 CR- Bv disbursements mace upon vouchers, - "PAY ROLLS . Labor, ^ v Street Commissioner, ...... $1,391.26 POLICED John Shealer, ..... §540.00 Geo. 4 Strbup, ...... . 159.50 Wallace Emmons, . .382.50 T: O'Reily, .......... 2.00 Place the Most Enchanting of Fairy Castles. Residence of Prince Lucwig of Bavaria is Grand Court But Withal Is a Very Sad and Lonely Place. Berlin--Neaschwanstem is a dream tale, a fairy tale castle of the most faultless kind, the only thing lacking is the memories of the beautiral princess, the ~knigats and ladies and the court fool, for no one ever lived here but a lonely, sao_ prince. LuSwig H. of Bavaria, called the -uad King-" Although he-was sa lonely, he loved solitude and -E was very seldom that he ever had guests and then they were mostly rcen, for Ludwig hated ail women except two, one his cousin, Elizabeth of Austria, wiio was shot in Geneva a number of years ago, and the other was ilarle Antoinette, to whose memory i-uowig was devoted. ·v?e Iiau cTIniZJeu anS ctligFeu. we came to a fine boulevard, which led directly to the castle gate. Looking- over the wall built at the castle gate we got a. splendid view of all the surrounding country. It was s. 3at country dotted over with shining lakes and "small villages. The castle of Hotcnschwangan looked old and jacec besides the .glory of Xeu- sehwaustein- Avray Ia the distance we could see the faint outline o* the A_p5. "We sonnded the castle bell several times before we got an answer, but finally a spruce looking :.oung German opened the gates^ and explained that v.e could not be admitted- But a five mark piece mace Mm change nls -mind and he said that ne would show us part of the castle, the part that X.-cdwig occupied during his three years' residence there.--, , We v^ent through one splendid room afier another, and. everywhere we saw s--aas, and nearly every room was done in blue--royal blue. This bine was Lucwig's favorite color and fee always had his bed chamber inng in it no matter v.-l.ere he lived- It is so neb. a color, ir affects the senses like the sound of music. The s^ass were wo\en into the .most inaicate " s patterns, on the ceiling, on the crap- . Whittiiigton, ---- 3.00 Ettiv. Bower, ......... 2.00 M. Van J Dyke, ....... 18 00 Chas. Yohe, ......... 2.00 State Constabulary .board, ~ : ..... 117.00 To amount oustanding last audit $319 55 C1L t Amounts paid Treas .. .$50 00 Commissions ....^ . 2 63 Exonerations 47 96 5 per cent added 2 40 102 99 Balance outstanding 8216 55 DR. J1910 Duplicate. 'To amount oustending last audit §597 19 CR. Amounts paid Treas. .|332 50 Commissions 17 50 Exonerations 64 41 5 per cent added 3 -?229 00 Total expenditures, ?12,437.66 Balance on hand, 287.89 SPECIAL ACCOUNT. DR. To balance on hand as found $12,725.55 at last audit, V. ... . .............. S322.36 Special Tax, From W. H. Frock, Tax Collector. Total receipts £002 75 Bv amts. paid Borough "Treasurer $600 00 By bal. on. hand 2 75 $602 75 A.CCOUNT OP CHAS. G. MILLER MARKET MASTER DR. To monthh- licenses. .5 77 50 To dailv licenses 110.50 Total receiots ?1S8 00 ' CR. By amts. paid Borough "Treasurer $185 90 1909, ____ §50.00 1910, ____ 332.50 1911, ..... 261.25 r Peter Gulo, Tax Collector. 1912,' 643.75 - 1,897.39 Florence Williams, 1907 tax lien,. 1.15 Proceeds of loan from. 1st, Nat. Bank, . . . .^-. .......... 250.00 1,22G.OO POLICE -UNIFORMS John Brehm ................... 20.00 WATCHING FIRES Curtis Eberhart, ____ S 2.00 Ralph Wierman, ...... 2.00 4.00 REMOVING DOGS John Shealer, .................. 1.00 crossed over^s.e,veral little assed £ s e ~ T p l beautifu and passed The driver streai ul lakes. everything to us in a langntSs that even a northern German could 3or understand, and he Bossed, the feathr i M s Alpine hat. When we 'caine near Hohenschwan- gan we caught our first glimpse of Neuschwaustein, standing white and dazzling against the green of the mountains.' It is a much smaller looking castle than one would think from its pictures, but it looked so complete so compact that it seemed exactly the right size. We lunched atrthe inn before start Ing up the mountain and our waiter told us that "he did not think we coulc get into the.lcaatle as it vas an off season^- However, we determined to try and" We started up the little zigg ley foot path up thg mountain.. After center of the state was a great ·white swan, meant to hold fruit tnat was Feline Yowls in Frignr and Interrupts, the Pastor's Serrnor.--Res- cued by Usher. We left itafoh early in the morn- cha!rs ing and we arrived at Fcssen at noon, j ~^ ' The distance was not great, bat the j ' " tram goes in a circle instead of on a direct line. It was a wonderful ride and all the v-ay along we saw the Bavarian Alps sometimes on one side of the car window and sometimes on the other, for they switched about l:ke magic. Fuss en Is a funny little village situated at the foot of the raouEzains- Here we hired a rig that was to take us to Eoiienschwangan, where the castles of Hoheascnwangan and Xeuschwanstein are situated. Our driver was a mountain peasant with a. huge goiter on. his neck. This disease Is very common in all the highland regions of Bavaria and Switzerland, and coraes iroin the water of tee country. Onr rig was nor exactly dashing. It was Intended lor two horses, and as our driver only possessed on? horse he hitched It on one side and the horse tad to walk sideways to Seep the rig from tipping over. __ The country from Fussen to *±oliea- schwaagan was perfectly fiat, and we C G. Miller, Market Master and janitor, ____ S 230.00 J. A. Holtzworth. Burgess, ...... .' ..... 125.00 R_ E. Wible, Atty. . . .80.00 P. E. Bikle, Treas. . . .75.00 C. B. Eitzmi!!er.See.- 100 00 610 00 BOROUGH AUDITORS ? 39.00 MERCHANDISE Peoples Drug Store, .S 4.95 Doman ' Comuanv, . .5.00 C. BJGtzmillerrDOStage .82 C. G. Miller, .".T 1.00 W. H. Johns, 1.00 Peooles Cash Store, ... 40 Adams Co. Hdw. Co., .3.45 Getcvsburg Deo't Store. ." T 23.36 Tatol receiDts, . _ 53,114.65 CR. Bv Borough bonds redeemed :\"o. 7, S3.90 per cent borough bond of January 3rd, 1906 due Oct. 1st, 1912..100.00 Nos. 13 14 4 per cent Sewer Bond of issue of January 3rd, 1906. due Oct. ,1st, 1912, for'SSOO.OO each, 1000.00 No. 4, 4 uer cent. Bond issued Mar. 1st, 1909, due Oct. 1st, 1912, 500.00 , §1,600.00 Bv interest counons. paid:Due Apr. 1,1912, 4 per cent. Sswer Bond of issue of Jan. 3rd, 1906, 48 coupons at S10.00 ." 480.00 Due Oct. 1st, 1912. 4 per cent Sewer Bond of issue of Jan. 3rd, 1906, 47 couoons at SiO.OO, : 470.00 Due Oct. 1, 1912, 4 per cest. Bond of issue of. Mar. 1st 1909 from bonds Nos. 4 to 20 Inc. 17 bonds at $20.00 340.00 Due Oct. 1.1S12. 3.90 per cent redemotion bond of issue of Jan. 3rd. 1906, 24 at S3.90, 93.60 Bal. due borough 2 10 S188 00 ACCOUNT OF TAX COLLECTOR W. H Frock, collector. General Borough Taxes: 1906 Duplicate. DR. To amt. outstanding last audit S 28 81 CR. Sxonerations ..$16 15 5 per cent added 81 Liens vs: Total, all Resources.."-...$ 8 038 96 S417 83 Balance outstanding 2179 56 ] 1911 Duplicate. DP r- ! To amount oustanding lastaudit S726 24 CR. Amouiits paid Treas.$261 25_ Commissions 13 75 Exonerations 62 25 5 per cent added 3 11 Balance outstanding §385.88 ACCOUNT OF PETER CULP, TAX COLLECTOR, DECEASED. GENERAL TAX. DR. 1912 Duplicate $7 402 32 To per centage added loo 48 S7 567 80 Excess Liabilities : ovcrv « Resources 7rr. 1. I$39 325 28 , September 15, ,1913. We, the" undersigned, _ Auditors^ of 'the Borough, of Gettysburg-, herby certify that we have audited, settled and adjusted the .accounts of the Borough Council, Tax Collectors," Burgess, Market Master acd "Finance Committee, for the year ending January 6th., § 1913, and nnd them to oe correct; and jthat the foregoing is a^traejazid correct _ {statement"of^the-accounts .^of the said" i officers for-said oericd.;. 7v t r f i GEO-'AT TAYLOR, HARRY-D. M. Ai-MILLER, Borough Auditors. CR. By abatement $ 24 84 By com at 2 per ct. 9.44 By com. at 5 per ct. 179 33 Bv arnts. paid Treas ' - 471 91 j _ Medical Advertising ! PEOPLE SHOULD GUARD | , AGAINST, APPENDICITIS Gettysburg\peop!e l Trho 1 feaYe stomach and, bowel trouble should guard against appendicitis by taking simple rtickthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as ompounded in Adler-i-ka, the s German remedy which "became famous iy curing appendicitis. ^JOST ONE* DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas oa he stomach and constipation IN T STANTLY because this simple nux- .ure draws off such a surprising amount of old foul matter from the body. H. G. Landau, druggist. Kate Hoffman S 2 10 Minnie M. Sheads 4 67 A. J. Mvers 92 5 per cent added. 69 38 S 25 03 prior Aug. Bv amts.paid Treas. 'prior Nov. 1 3407 Balance outstanding now-in. hands of H. E. Bumbaugh, col ?3 SPECIAL TAX. DR. 1912 Duplicate . .$4 431 93 Percentage added 121 99 -?4 092 65 75 15 CR. By abatement S 13 85 By com.@ 2 per ct 5 26 Bv com.@ 5 per ct. 75 49 By amt-paid Treas $4 553 92 Balance outstanding S 1907 Duplicate: DR. To amt. outstanding last audit $228 67 CR. Exonerations S162 08 5 per cent added 8 11 Liens vs. Kate Hoffman, f 2 10 Minnie Sheads 5 25 H. B. Wolf, Est- 3 94 F. Whitmer 2 36 Laura Hamilton 3 15 John Witters... 6 30 A. J Myers... 92 Cecelia Penn... 2.36 L. F. A-Wills.. 2.45 3 Si' "prior Aug. 1 263 09 By amtoaid Treas. trior~Nov. 1 1634 30 39.98 REPAIRS A. B- Plank, - - 10.13 LIGHTING Gettysburg- Lighting Company,- §2,707.79 Gettysburg Gas Com. pany. 1.95 2,709.74 -S28 83 5 per cent added 1 44 200 46 Balance outstanding 528 21 1908 Duplicate: -SI 991 S9 ^PUBLIC ISALE THURSDAY; OCTOBER 9th, i i^frMfn j H v w^v n r Q-- t The "undersigned intending ~- to quit ' nousekeeoing ,will sell'atiPublic Sale_ on the afeove date j at ', his* residence in Sumberland'township;^! 1 mile 'west ^ of Gettysburg on thejFairaeld Road ^the "ollowing personal property :^| j, * i , 2 good head of work* horses, ,. one la", good leader and brooa_maire, the^other,, good off side, worker SnSC driver," I two " good milk cows, 'onetwillf be ^resh -by · To amt.outstandinglast audit S165 44 Exonerations S73 09 1,383.60 5 per cent added 3 6 6 {Liens vs. Woodward.SI 45 interest iaict First National on loan, .......... I ......... 96.10 Edw. Balance on hand, .............. 34.95 Kate Hoffman. . . 2 10 -- EICHELBERGER AND STABLE CHARITY FUNDS i Minnie Sheads -- 5 2 3,114.65 H. B. Wolf, Est. . 3 94 S. J. Diller, Est.. 7 35 Laura namilton. 3 15 Riverside, CaL--cnuscal presence of mind was evidenced by Dr. G. P. 5it~ pastor "of" t!ie~~Ftrst:~~3apti5f church, when his secondly and thirdly were rudely interrupted by the yowling of ajrightened cat. Adjuring his parisaiorEers to pay no heed to the unearthly noise, which grew sore ear- =plitting~ every moment, the preacher -afsed his voice ana went ahead- The ushers, meanwhile, went on a gaiet iuat for the intruder, and after a long quest one intrepid searcher discovered x Inttea struggling desperately to seep : ts head above, the water 1:1 the bap- dstry, which had _aeen used earlier in the evening in. connection with the re- oeption of new members The rescuer received the thanks of the pastor ana a meow of gratitude from tne shivering feline. EAGLE MOTHER FIGHTS MAN Huge Bird Battles Defending Young Until Crippled by the Most Severe Clubbing. LIGHT SUPPLIES T. P. Turner 2.82 WATER ~ Sertvsburg- Water Co 400 00 3PRLNELING Civic CInb, . - 10.00 LEGAL- EXPENSES E. H. Berkfceimer, ...S1.50 Bechtel heirs. 50.00 51.50 Board of Health, 3tafe_Tas: o 202.00 s, . . ._. ..... .138.70_ _ _ ADVERTISING AND PRINTING Times Publishing Co. -S 100.37 Star and Sentinel, 46.25 146.62 RENTS il- A. Miller. 15.00 DISCOUNT First National Bank, interest on loans, 426-57 NOTES REDEEMED 1st. National Bank, 1,000.00 FIRE COMPANY SUPPLESS Darling valve Conraanv, TS 337.50 Fabric Fire Hose Co., .525.00 862.50 FREIGHT AND EXPRESS Gettysburg Harrisburg Rwy. 3 13.47 A.Tnerican Exoress Company, 1 45 13.92 Orovffie, CaL--Deputy Sheriff Alvia had a thrilling experience with a hage eagle near Stirling City when ne captured the bird's Sedgeiing. Faul ·vas compelled to best back the Tnoih- sr bird with a club. Fa-ul. was driving aions; in his auto from this city and noticed tie bird cir- sling around* its ~sest ia a tall pine. He decided to scake a try for the young bird* -As he approached the ·aest the b!g bird rushed him and lie had to break o2"a rotten-fbough and ase it as a-clnb-to protect himself. Me struck the bird several times and woeaded it so it conid sot Sy- He brought the ^eaglet, which is about the size of chicken, back to this city, and "now has it ia captivity. Smiles Prevent Appendicitis. Baltimore, Md.--Appeadicits and kindred intestinal disorders are caused by depression and gloomy spirits, according to specialists at Johns Hopkins university hospital here. Smiles and general cheerfulness, the doctors say, will prevent appendicitis. Town Invaded by Mosquitoe*. Hackettstown, X. J.--Invaded by a swarm of mosquitoes, this town is too poor to fight them. The board of health asked the council for fl.OOO to fight the pests, and the council replied that it cowld not make the appropria lion. STREET SUPPLIES Brick Auburn Shale Brick Co $ 41.54 ·umber «J. M. Wolf, 35.62 Stones, L W. Ziegler, .SIO.OO L A. Smith, 5.20 F. B. Deardorfr. 100.53 W. Ovler, 203.49 it) R- Bikle. Treasurer in accounc Isaac Kauffman. 2 26 - - - - - - H - Slonaker, heirs 2 6 3 J. H. Widders. -. 5 78 Wm. CuS, Est..-- 53 Lacy Devan 2 36 W. O. Lvles 2 50 A. J. Myers 92 Cecelia Penn 2 10 Ida Paul 53 L. F. Watts 2 50 Emma Warner.. 3 15 48 50 5 rer cent added 2 43 T O T with "Borough of Gettysburg. To balance on hand at last audit. SI34.89 To interest or. Mumaer loan 166.25 To income from Stahle fund,"- 119.73 Total receipts, '- S420.87 _ , CR- - By amount paid boroagh fin- "ance committee on Stahle fund. = ._. $119.73 Bv disbursement on ·vouchers: J." O. Blocher S54.18 W. O. Lvles 1-50 Jesse Snyder 10.00 H. M. Hartman 5-00 G. W- Steinour 9-00 C- B. Kitzmiller 4.50 W. O. Oyler Bro 3.25 Gettysburg Times 1-50 G. W- Weaver Son . -2.00 L W- Reynolds 4.00 Geo. Reever 3.00 Geo. Scott 8.00 Scott Brothers 22.52 Leon Miller 1-50 R. E. Zinn 1-»0 Emorv Cleveland 6.00 W. J. "Eden 11-00 Mcllhennv Brothers ..2.90 C. J. Weaiier .1-36 Kellv Ovler 45-23 E. P. Wisotzkev 1.50 Gettysburg Deo't Store 9.33 N. L. Minter ." 1-50 John Kimple 2.00 Peoples Cash Store - - -5-00 127 68 Balance outstanding 37 76 Balance outstanding and now in hands of H.E.Bumbaugh, collector .' S2 561 9C ACCOUNT OF H. E. BUMBAUGH TAX COLLECTOR. GENERAL TAXES. 1912 Duplicate. DR. To balance outstanding at death ot Peter Culo ?3 475 15 CR- None ~ Balance outstanding S3 475 lo SPECIAL TAXES. 1912 Duplicate. | DR. I To balance outstanding at death of Peter Culp $2 561 93 CR. None Balance outstanding 32 561 93 Statement of Resources and Liabilities as of the 1st Mondav of January, 1913. RESOUURCES, General Purposes. Bal- ia hands of Treas S287 89 Bal in bands of Burgess 2 75 BaLin hands of Market Master 2 10 Outstanding Taxes in hands of W. H. Frock: 1906 Duplicates 3 81 1907 " " 28 21 : . 1908 " 37 76 1910 " 187 52 1911 " 490 24 $747 54 Outstanding tax in time o f ' . May. These v are}^ l exceptionaUy t good»_ cows, one shoat will* weigh ;5 about ^80 IDS., onellgbod,,'- phainpion^itwo rhorse wagon, one springs wagon, 1 two buggies, " one mostnew; one* good Deering mow-^ er in good -running, order,, -^oiie ^gooid. hay rake", one "spring harrow, "one good Imperial.Long plow,' one single shovel -. plow, one^douDle^shovel pl6w,~pne corn., fork, one corn '· coverer,"; one ' 1-horse sled, stone i sled,|;one' good wheelbarrow, one 23 ^ft. ladder, ione r 16 It. lad r cradle, 1 grass scythe, n briar scythe, dung -and pitch Ifprksf, but,' breast and cow chains, 1 log Refrain, 2 pairs of long 'traces; double^and single' trees, jockey, sticks" 2Tdung forks open and single, Z good sets "of frontr'gears, set of spring wagon" harness, set of buggy_ harnesSjpair check^lines, plow lines,-2_ halters, 1 set' hay j-i "carriages, ~L4r irr- long,l set drill wheels, about 75 chickens, lofof chicken coops, lot of fencing wire, cross-cut ** saw, maul, and wedges, double-bit, 1 ' axe, 3 iron kettles, 1 copper-kettle, "and- stirrer, 2 large iron~pots,"l Enterprise sausage" grinder- and stuff erj gammon sticks and hog looks, about 12 bu. potatoes, lot ^ of sweet potatoes by" the bu., "l home- lawn swing,-2 large milk cans. 1909 Duplicate: DR. To amt.outstanding last 890 35 CR. Exonerations ..§87 42 5 per cent added 4 37 iUfens 55 05 5 per cent added 2 75 Over pavment 1910 Duplicate: DR. To amt. outstanding last audit - -SI Oil 10 CR. Amount paid treas.S627 00 Commissions 33 00 Exonerations - -_ 115 53 5 ner cent added o 7 / Liens vs 40.26 S 59 24 217.27 Balance on hand - S3.S/ hands of-K.E--Bam- baugh. successor of Peter Gulp, deceas ed, 1912 duplicateS3 475 15 Total, general purposes . -£4 515 43 Special Purposes- ^. Balance in hands of Treas S 34 95 Outstanding tax in hands of W.H-Frock. 1907 Duplicate? n 89 1908 " 41 89 1909 " 216 56 1910 "" 179 56 1911 " 385 88 -S823 58 5 per cent- added 2.02 Balance outstanding ... .§187 1911 Duplicate ^ To amt- outstanding- last audit SI 262 33 CR. Amts. paid Tress ?522 50 Commissions 27 50 52 Accounc of 319.22 S420.S7 Finance Committee of i Exonerations 114 41 Borough Council. Apppointed to Dis- }o per cent added Q 2 'k tribute Charitv Fund. T-.-T* Sand, S. Robinson, 51.25 Sdw. Meiichey. 45.00 96.25 Cement. L O. Blocher, 128.09 W. Oyler Bro. .. .254.14 McDhennv Bros. 82.1-5 C. M. Wolf, 42.82 D. J. Boston, 43.71 3EWER PIPES Soeece . Pfefter, . .S 10.50 .41 J. Smith Son, 1.30 C. M- Wolf, 17.77 550.91 29.57 CURB SUPPLIES Steel Curb Company, 34.00 OIL . " J. Frank Hartman, S.S3 GRADING Martin Winter. 175 57 COBBLING David Irvin, S 36.45 M. Tate, 8.50 3. D. Ridinger, 274.95 Andrew Utz, 1.75 321.65 RAILS Harrv Viner, 160.95 CURBING, PAVING, etc. Chas. Lady, $ 463.54 M. Tate, ." 80.65 Powers Pittenturf, ... 1.7"» B. Cassatt, 6.00 DR To balance on hard last audir- ...6.50 To amount received from borough Treasurer, 119.73 Liens 5 tier cent added ..... 10 86 S772 03 Total receiots, 126.23 CR. Bjr disbursements according "to statement rendered by members of Council: George Shealer 30.00 J. L. Butt 42.00 J. A. Tawney 47J23 Balance oustauding S490 24 SPECIAL TAX. J1906 Duolicate- 1 · DR. }To taxes oustanding last audit 311 51 CR. Exonerat'ons S734 5 per cent added 37 Liens -^ 3 63 5 ^oer cent added 17 S835 78 Outstanding: tax in hands of BLE-Bumbaugh, successor to 1 Peter Culo,deceas- ! ed. 1912 D"up!cate$2 561 93 \ Total, special purposes . .S"j 4S2 66 i Charity Purposes: " j Balance in hands of . Treas-from Eichel- s berger fund $_ 8387 Balance in hands of Finance Committee from Stahle fund $ 7 00 Total, Charity purposes. .S 90 87 Total, Resources S3 03S 95 LIABILITIES: General Purposes: Due W- H. Frock, Collector. Overpayment onl909 , . Jousehold and kitchen furniture: 1 Excelsior coot stove," 1 parlor coal .rove, 1 double, heater "stove, one chunk stove, 1 egg stove, 1-3 burner oil stove, 1 -bed room oil stove, lot .fC stove pipe, 2 bed steads, 2 bed spacgs, L iron bed and spring-, 1 old style bureau, in good condition, R tables, i .a solid walnut table. 1 good couch," 1 good cot, 1 good Eimbel organ, like new, 1 good Singer sewing machine, iot of rocking chairs, 6 plank bottom chairs, 6 cane seated chairs, 6 good stands, 1 good clock, comer cupboard. 1 good sink, 1 kitchen, cupboard, 1 cellar cupboard, l,faath tub, 1 washing machine, 3 tubs, 1 set quilting frames, 2 wood chests, lot of old fashioned dishes, lot of other dishes, lot of cooking utensils such as pots, pans, and crocks,l-5 gal. oil can, about 175 qt. fruit, lot of empty jars. 1 churn aad buck, butter faowi, lot of benches and barrels, 1 screen door, 1 buffalo robe in good condition, 1 feather bed, 1 chaff bed, feather pillows, 4 mirrors, 1 old style, lot of lamps, lot of brussels, ingrain and rag carpet, good window curtains, lot of jogs and crocks, lot of pictures and frames and a host of other articles too numerous to mention, Sale to commence at 10 o'clock sharp when terms will be made known E. O. CURRENS. James Caldwell, Auctioneer. Pius Miller, Clerk. Pittsburg Chicago Leave Gettysburg 10:35 a. m., connecting via Highfield 1 w 11 h Chicago Limited, through sleepers, observation parlor and club cars and 119.23 Balance on hand 7.00 $ 126. 23 ACCOUNT OF J. A. HOLTZWORTH BURGESS. DR. To bal. due last audit S 36 50 To receipts from sewer permits 17 permits @ 75c 12 75 Building permits 21 00 Digging permits 81 00 Licenses: Venders $119 50 Vizard Theatre 58 00 Shows 5 00 Photo Play 40 00 ?222 50 Morgan Mickley ?10 00 511.51 1907 Daplicate. DR. To amount oustanding last audit 3100 95 CR. Exonerations S71 03 5 tsr cent added 3 oo Liens 13 79 5 per cent added 69 Duplicate S 59 24 Notes held bv First National Bank: i Dated Nov. 9,"l9l2 @ 3 months SI SCO 00 Dated Oct. 29,1912 @ 3 months 2 675 00 Dated Dec.il, 1912 @ 3 months 4 700 00 | Date Dec.81.1912 i months 1 600 00 j S10 275 00 j Borough 4 per cent bonds | of issue of Mar. 1st., 1909 5 --16 500. Nos. o to 20 inclusive $ 8 000 00 189 06 Balance oustanding Sll 89 1908 Duplicate: DR. To amount outstanding last audit ?H5 44 CR. Exonerations S36 94 ·5 per cent added 1 85 Liens 23 58 5 per cent added 1 18 863 55 cars | coaches attached. Arrive Pittsburg 730 p. m., and Chicago 7:59 a. m., next day Via the Total, General liabilities.SIS 334 24 Special Purposes: Notes held by First National Bank: Dated Oct. 5, 1912 @ 3 months SI 880 00 Dated Dec.30,1912 2 months 250 00 Western Maryland Lines -32 130 00 4 per cent Sewer bonds of issue of January 3,1906.$24 500 00 3 90 per cent bonds of issue of January 3, 190G..$ 2 400 00 Balance outstanding $41 89 Total, special lia- Dunlicate ' bilities ...$29 030 00 implicate. ^ Total, all indebtness......|47 364 24 Gleaner acid Presses "SPAPERJ

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