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Toasties Toasties BANDITS SHOOT CASHIER Finds Get $10,600, But Posse Later "Money * J n a Cemetery. \ Kew London, Conn., Oct. 7.--Carl j Koelb, cashier" foe the American Vel-' vet company, of Stonington, panied by Charles Ran, was held up j by two masked men in linen dusters. The bandits-leveled a gun at Koelb, who was shot .twice, once in the wrist; and again in the hand, and then rob- \ ! bed him of S10,COO, t%o weeks' pay for t I the mills from the First National bant. I unharmed by the robbers, \ BANKERSTOPROBE CURRENCY BILL ·Medical in Boston. , Pears Ms Cols or ·- Jt i. Sc ' · * j j.uLj.4«i«ii_ iieiiofs Swollen, Inflam'ed x ) "JN'ose. Head, Throat--You 'Breathe y Freely--Diiil HeadachV "Gocs-^Xas- Cwwnes |Ins{antlyReIieves of the robbery, and all the employes formed a posse/assisted by the local: sfcer:2s. After searching some time; the money was found bidden in the! cemetery. ijs-- j SBOfO ARE PRESENT TWO MEN KIDNAP GIRL Think Country Institutions Have Not Beers Given Sufficient Consideration. Carry Off York, Pa., Child as She Was'' CO ? D About to Enter School. | -» st York Pa, Oct.'7.--T-AO men k!«i-J ' mYit napped Eilen Stl2!er. jrse years old, · ^-^ as "she Mas about to enter St. Mary's i eiatu Boston, Oct. 7.--The meeting of the country bankers here s:ooi out as the important event in connection th the thirty-niath annual con\en of the American Bankers* asso- tion, which has brought to Bastes C-"*"o!«e paroehSa! sehooL i Dearly Sve thousand bankers from aii "xo c-ew a= to the child's where- i P*rts of the United States. abouis has been'found. John \VhareJ The meeting was called by a can* a s'x-vear-old cousin, was v.-ith the I "er o: prominent country bankers £01 Si'i when tv.o men approached them he purpose oi discussing the currency a-'(i caH«d the Sufiler girl aside. %Vhen hill now before congress. ^~e !?e~an to cry they dragged her| "Thus far," said Gordon Jones, pres 1~.,, v " " " i Ident oi the First Xationai bank, o"" '-r-ip « !r i has curh hair and ruddv! Littleton, Colo., and one 6t the siga- r-r-eks "she wore a redV-nsham dress | ers of the call, "the "oil! has been con- and a waist. I sitered mainly from the viewpoint oi *~ _ j the large banks la the reserve cities. ; It is desired to give the country bank| ers^.n opportunity to consider certain I features which apply particularly to j their own business. ·"By country banks is meant the small banks, those of $250,000 capital and less; the little fellows in the one and two bank'towns, out on the agri cultural and industrial firing line. Such banks compose at least 75 per cent ol all the banks of the United States." Consideration of the currency biH Is expected to me the dominant tea ture of the regular sessions of the as sociation, which opens tomorrow. PROMISES FREEDOM TO THE FILIPINOS iledical Advertising EXCURSION Pale Children Ager's Scrrsapailla helps natcre to rr'f'fc-fb lien, red blood. No alcohol. Sold -for GO years. Ask Your Doctor. TO P H I L A D E L P H I A ACCOUNT World's Series jWhy Not Get An 11-pc. "NUCUT Glass Service Set? ' Always useful and parti-uiar- r y appropriate for sclft purposcs. .Vll you need to do is to Save 50 BABBITT Trademarks Base Games Wednesday October 8th. 1913 Special Train Via Philadelphia Reading Railway! FROM Ge4Srrsburg Biglerville ............. ------- SPEC'!. Lv-A-M. FROM SPECLi Lv. A-M-! 7.00 pit. Holly Springs - - S.0-5 1 Carlisle 1.7.47 ] | Guernsey 7:13 j Carlisle -Junction S.09 j "Centre Mills 7.22 ' Boning: Springs S-17J BendersviiJe 7.26JBrandtsvilJe S.24: Gardners -. - 7.34 JD. M. Junction S2i j *Idavi3Ie 7.37 ] ^P.osegarden S.30 ; Starners 7.4-3 j *Grantham 834] "Goodyear .' 7.49 Bo-wmansdale Banters Kun 7.56 ."VHiite H-I1 - - - ilill 8.02 P.eadins Tenriirial (arrive) .. S.-3S! ! 8.40! · One trade-mark"comes on each Babbitt 'product. Your irrand- mcther used Babbitt's. Today they are better than ever--more reason v.-hy you should continue to use them. Ask your grocer today for Babbitt's Pure Lye. Babbitt's Cleanser (it saves you DC), Babbitt's "1776" Powder and Babbitt's Best Soap. "fi'hen you have 50 trade- ·ttnrVq fpjrf* fhfim to^ Your Grocer or the next nearest one. Start to save now. Offer is for limited time onlv. ORDER THESE 3 FAMOUS BABBITT PRODUCTS TODAY B-T-BABBITTJnc. York City. Harrison TakesJUp Duties es Governor General 3Iarma, Oct. 7--Francis Burton Harrison, newly appointed governor general of the Philippines, arrived on the steamship Manchuria. Ke was greeted by several thousand persons, many of whom had come from the provinces. Several of the welcom- i-S delegations "were accompanied by ands The 3Ianenuria "was met down the harbor by a fiotilla of steam launches, one of which toolc out Xewton "W. Gilbert, of Fort "Wayne, Ind., the vice governor. MUST NOT WEAR AIGRETTES Cannot Be Imported. Even on Worn en's Heads. Say Officials. "Washington, Oct. 7. -- A woman ea tering the Onlted States wearing an rette on her hat violates the new law just as much as a man with a. pound of opium in his pocket. That is the unb£5cial view of ofncers -who have asked the" Xew York customs house for details of seizures o! ai ty Discharge Try "Ely's Cream Bairal" Get a small bottle anyway, ily a little in the just to nostrils penetrates and ,^eals the inflamed, swollen nsembrane which lines tEe nose,"liead"~and fii^oar; clears the air passages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief comes immedlafely:' * · * · » ' - , f . Don't, lay awake to-pigct-^tr^gling for "breath, with'Eea'd stuffed; nostrils acd instantly your clogged nose and sVoppediup air passages of the head cj will open; you yill breathe freely; o ' r a c ' 0 ld, wfchTJgjydnnlag"nose, foul Si^ 8 - h * e ^--r^ B - v I mucous droppiB^iiifQ the throat, and morning the catarrn. coid-ir.-head or ra w drvness is dis^ess^ng but' 'trulv ca^rrnai sore t-iroat ^vill be gone. needless:- *·*;· Ena such miser 1 .- now! Get the small bottle of "Ely's Cream Balm"' at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant baira Pat your faith--just once--in "Ely's Cream Balm"' and your coid or catarrh dissolves by the heat of 'the nostrils; will surely disappear. DANCE XAVIER HALL TUESDAY Night - WEDHESDHY faight ? Dancing 25 cents, Refreshments of all kinds will be served. ,GOOD MUSIC Second Annual Stoc Governor General Harrison, on land- plumes from hats of trans-Atlantic Ins. drove froni ESe "pier by a roundabout route to the Luneta, where he delivered his inaugural address Harrison's address embocLed instructions received from. President "Ktlson through Secretary Garrison stating broadly the administration's policy toward the Philippines. The Instructions tnus embodied ts the address were as follows: ""vYe regard ourselves as trustees, acting not tor tneJaflvantage of the United States, but "for the henefit of the people of the Philippine Islands. Every step WP take -sill oe taken with a. v'ew to the i.itlmate independence of- the islancs and as a preparation ior that mcier-endence" and we hope to move toward that end as rapidly as ihe safety and the permanent interests or the islands" -will 'permit- After each step taken experience ^-V snide us to the.aext. "The administration vrili take one step at once- It will give to the native citizens of tne islands^ a majority In the appointr. e commission and thus : n the upper as veil as in the lower branch of the le^isiatpre. "It wih do tais : n tte confident hope and expectation that immediate proof will thereby be gi'-en in the action of _tfce _cqm32isslon under the new arrangement oi tne political capacity of those natii e citizens who hai e already come forward to represent and lead their tieoule i" affair: Kerpp. Poet. Goes to Prison. Southampton, Eag_ Oct. 7.--A ses- ;ence of twenty-one days at hard labor -vas pronounced on Harry Kemp, the -..iceriean verse writer. Semp crossed the Atlantic as a stowa--ay. The agis passengers there Saturday. Senator Simmons, who commanded -the-tariff--fight in the senate, does not agree with the view that the snatching of aigrettes from women's hats, as -was done- by customs inspectors ia York Saturday, was intended by T.'b.e tariff act. "I think such a course is beyond all reason," said the senator. "There is nothing ia the law to justify such a course, and the framers of the bill se^er intended that such, action should be taken."' The undersigned in order to make'room for young stock which he Is raisingSvilTofier at public sale at his farin on "'the Carlisle Road 3 miles from Gettvsbiirg and 2 miles from Table "Rock, formerly the John H. Gilliland farm. 011 '.^ S* rt 'S- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, as 12 o'clock - (.. the following Horses: 1 black mare, o years old," *souS(r % and c /all right, good worker and driver and in foal to my Belgian "stallion.^ grade colts coming 2 years old, good and growthy. and "" k vnll~'make nice horses. 1 Registered Belgian stud colt, 1 year'old. last June,^ a fine one. * . . - - , - - . . i; ? f « t -. Coivs. 17 high grade shorthorn cows, a number v,ith calves.by their sides. Others forward springers and the balance "have Heen fresh a short time and are giving" a good flov/ of "ihilk. Hogsl 75 head of Duroc--Jersey Hogs Consisting of sows and pigs/breed sows, old and young boars ancTshoats. all registered or can be." Goats^ 2 nanny goats ' ' ^-, Terms: On sums of 810 or cash over that amount 10 months with approved security payable at the Citizens Trusf Co. 3 per" cent, off for cash. No goods to be removed until conditigns are complied with. Sale Positive. """ * * · "· JOS. B. T\YINING. _ Albert Slaybaugh, Auctioneer. " - - --. FATHER SHOOTS SON Lad CHmbs Chestnut Tree and Parent Takes Him For Squirre!. Baltimore, 5IcL, Oct. 7,--"While out scuirrel hunting in Harford county. C. yt. Daltoa, a fanner, accidentally shot his son, Joan, thirteen years old. while the latter was up on a tree. The father and son had been hunting and the son started for home aaead of the parent. The "boy. however; instead of going straight home climbed a tree to get some chestnuts. "When the father came along the boy made a noise Iifee a squirrel and shoo:: some leaves on. a branch of the tree. Tne father, thinking a squirrel was perched, on a branch, fired ais gun at it. The boy is not seriously injured. NOTICE The new Sanitary FishOyster Market wishes to ^inform the P-ublic that they do not go around Ringrao^Bel!s~ Yelling to the sell their goods but we take orders and deliver. We do not handle cheap Fish Oysters or drag them, around streets,^ We have the only Sanitary Fish and Oyster market in To\vni We dp not sell, Ice water floating arpund with the Oysters.wef put ice around the packing cans to preserve flavors of Oysters. 22 Carlisle st. ~ on the Front St. F. W. Kappes Co. ,,,, :rate recorni ported. lended that Kemp be de- BETURXIXG--Special train will leaie Kesdin:: Tena:aa: (only) li.'O P nixr.e stations. M. :o: Tickets good only on date of excursion oa above Special Tra:n in each direction 3x?iwecT -5 .ird 12 years of 8ge half fare. GETTYSBURG MARKETS J Prices a; the Gettysburg -warehouse cor- ;r rt _ i rected daily by C- 3I3tonTTolf, jr.. Successor to J. Geo. "X% olfs Sons Co. Per Bn New Dry "VTheai - ^s ^ewEar Cora . ............ 65 1 SETAIL PBICES -passengers from stations njaixed with star c sr. pr.rchase tickets iron) - - - - , - ±n^,i . __ TM -v-^ 'O * (ffl special train. , r.cgrJar train :So. -,-'. · Badger Da:ryFeed^ .............. H-S5 · Goar=e Spring Sran ............... \J3z | naad p^^ Bran ................ , 4ft | Corn and Oats Cho ............... 1.4-5 arim · | TREES FOR SALE 1 I have good' Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready I for planting that, I will sell at reasonable prices in I small or large lots. I ' G. E. Spangler Sinniiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiu: iiumimiimiiiimi!imnnuuiHiimmmiiinmi iniiiuiiHintiiu i = .'".."".'."'.'.'.'."" !j; Rye Chop 1.70 Stcckrr.en's Bank Robbed. Kcncy Creel-:. Iowa. O,ct. 7. -- Cracfes- men robrefi t-e S^octanen's ban 1 : nere of S2221. "oio'sving open the safe rJtroglyceriue. "o one saw bers come or go. the rob- GENERAL MARKETS A THRIFTY WORKMAN Baltimore Fireman Saved S30.00C Out of S1150 Yearly.. Baltimore, -»M , Oct. 7.--Out of nis salary during forty-five years" service as an engineman in the Balamore fire department. John Calder. -who died r.e- centiy. acquired a bank account of 530,000. Caider ~as a bacaelor, sixty-sh: years old, and became a member of the Sre department Tv-hen ae ~as t"K-enty-oae years old. His pay was gradually increased from S700 a year to §1150 a year. He never varied from nis original expenses of S500 a year, and the balance of his pay he put in bank. PHILADEI.PH; x -- FI winter clear. S3 To S 3.90; -- FLOUR dnll; city mills, fancy. S5 -5^5.60 . . ,, _ _ RYE FLOTTR c.-iet; per Darre., ^.o'J Glass Spimter Taken From Kellogg, Idaho. Oct. 7.--Jack XfoleU iras operated on Sunday and a piece of "lass removed from near the so:n( Ti° sp!:cter was over sa inch long £73: Xo. 2 red. new, S9l- j a _ jd ^ r . le red Xibletfs tight leg several SX steadv: Xo. 2 yellow, 79% } years ago vrhen he fell against a piece · of broken nlate glass. OATS steafij:.^- " ~ '~" ! Two Killed In 3. O. V/reck. St. Lcir-s, Mo_ Oct. 7.--Baltimore j Ohio westbound passenger train ?~~ C; from Xew Tork: to St. Lon;s. ran -:7-ic - lower ^ra-ies. -Jbc. " POTATOES steady, at 7o@,'0c. per - T^ive steady: hens. I6c.; li^lCc. Dressed Srm: " t f roosters. , Platter ^7.50 per ton. j Coinent ^i, Ju Vcr b'M] ! Perbbl. 1 Floar 4.SO I Wesiem Flonr ;.OC i Per b« MTr.eat «1.00 i XewO.xta Corn The "wrell known Washington House, opposite the Western Maryland "Railroad Station, 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 es, r tablished hostelry are served -with the b.est eatables, of the substantial and solid kind", as also ·with the best of liquors, botb spirit and malt furnished anywhere. The fact that 3Ir. Kane has a large acquaintance throughout the county should be sufficient assurance that he will take good care of such of his friends and patrons as visit him. FINK'S PRIZE BEERS are served at this bar, both on draught and in bottles. C-VTTLE stror.s to 15c. higher: beeves. S7.20@9SO: Texas steers. §i @S; stockers anc feeders, Sp_.2o@i.So. ^·f-SO-Sll 50". FOR SALE: several choice building ' i 2 t lots frontirg on -South street. Apply ".55 George P. Black. --advertisement Gensral Gomez at Gibraltar. London, Oct. 7--General Jose Miguel Goiaez, formerly president of Cuba, arrived at Gibraltar on his way to Spain, TWO rooms with conveniences for light housekeeping for rent. 32 East Middle street.--advertisement FAMOUS BABCOCK LADDERS Full assortment now in steck, consisting of: Straight ladders, extension ladders, step ladders and special fruit ladders. y piere' this -s\ ell" known w i t h brand !? made from n ^ of r.-h or t-r«. -eoon H. P. MARK, AREND1SVJLLE

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