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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES A · ^^ a D*0y Except Sunday by carrier ia Gettysburg f or 25 e«mt« pe* momth. u - - - cent« er moath. ^ K £ * CU V » T-T*-" -* *F -*-- ··*· w»»wwj- «·--P «^ -- » _ MaSd outside of Gertysbarg for 25 cent* per month. Square; UNITED PHONE iH'S PAPER REPR5SEKTED FOR PORH!S^ ADVERTISING BY THE , GENERAL. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES,'?*- WJLSBffSTOUCH 'ATHLETICS WIN BLOWS UP DIKE THIRD VICTORY SEE EARLY MONEY REPORt president Is Told That Senate Sentiment Js Changing. Washington, Oct. 11,--Word came to Wamt »d*. fait ]»£« One cent per word each insertion- Two cents a word if piaramted poetry and memonami o»« cent Flashes Signal Dynamiting Last Barrier in the GanaL 4000 MILES IN 4 SECONDS The Greater Part of Panama Waterway Is Now Ready For Light Draft .Vessels. Washington, OeL 11.--A little electric snarST; which, originated when President" Wilson pressed the button in the White House, was the silent agent which sped'more than 4000 miles , over land and under water and ignited j the immense charges o£ dynamite that. -~T practically removed the last obstruc- OUR READERS J.VJ IJUJ* J^J^JT U AX J-fcW - - ^B takes absolutely no part in polMcs, being central om an i t h a t apuears in our'general news columns, concerning Socialist Oar adverti acd which is strictly non-partisan, are open to all candidates of all parata. Medical Advertising. IF YOU "CATCH COLD" EASILY - READ THIS To catch cold easily is a'slgn of a run down system--a sign that your body forces are too weak to resist ordinary conditions. Siich^a condition is dangerous^ It frequently leads to consumption if not checked in time, 1 - 'becured and this dreadful result avoided if you will regularly use I but it caul FOR COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS AND WEAK BEAR'S EMULSION is a natural product, pleasant arid'easy to take and" of great benefit to the system. Your money is refunded freely if it does not benefit you. Complete information regarding actual results of thousands of cases sent free on'request. BEAR'S EMULSION is recom- -mended and sold by all good druggists ever, where. Price. $1,00 the bottle or six bottles $5.00 Begin xegular "use today and you will begin to feel better and be better at once Defeat Giants 8 to 5, After Hard Hitting on Both Sides. BENDEB AGAIN GOHQKRS Indian" Allowed Only Two Hits Until New York'sanged Out F.ve Runs In Seventh* and Eighth. WORLD'S BASE BALL SERIES. Won. LOSL P-C- Athletles 3 l - t D V Ke\v York .' 1 · President Wilson from the cajntol that. the curreajB; situation in the- senate was impro\%£nd that the bill might CHURCH NOTICES V ^^BA^^BMB ·" COLLEGE LUTHERAN ";,J A. E. "Wagner "D. D.,, pastor. Bible SchooL 9:45 a, m., Mr. I. IT Taylor be reported- from Oct. 25. committee before Superlntendent new-paltor will be installed. At 10:45 a. m^the Rev. Henry Anstadt, of~Washington, D- C.,; will deliver the 'charge j:o the congre- "VYIiile some doubt is expressed that gation. At 7 p. m. the Rev. George M. the senate can ^ass the Bill within · riff e nderfer D. D., president ^df ,the thirty days after it is reported, ^ej^Ye't Pennsylvania Svnod, will deliver pres.dent is confident that this can ^Lj^Vna-^e to the pastor and perform done. There still is a strong iinpres-^ ^^ ceremony of i^M^ion. \ PERSONAL NOTES AND BRIEF ITEMS Paragraphs of News Tellm§ tf Ibe Happenings In and atari Ttw» People Visiting Here aid Those SojourninglElsewhere. sion^at tae White .House" that Denio-« erotic pressure on the banking and -250 First game, won"by Athletics..-C to ,4 Second game, won by Giants. -.3 to 0 Third iraaie, won "ay Atiileacs.-S to 'Fourth"gainer won by Athletics.C to 5 earrenc-y committee within the next few days'^ai^force the Democratic members of li'e earaniittee abruptly tof report the biU'favorabry. j With a loag^ilsr of -witnesses' siiilj to be beard, the committee hearings p continued on the bill. Former Repre-j senia'ive A. P. Da».vson, president of the First National bank, of Davenport, Iowa, generally endorsed the purposes of the measure, but suggested amendments to make it more attractive to smaller banks. of 4s C p- m. Christian Endeavor meet-{ . - . , . , _ ~ l 4 b v Mrs. Anna Lake. Strangers Mrs. Olner Trone and cn.laren ,. ,, ' , --j " Hanover, are spending tne v/eek-end ydiallv welcomed- - ---- j -,, TM , ~ ± ~ ·« ' - - - - r - I with Mrs. Trone's parents, Mr. ana EPISCOPAL' | Mrs J " Ha-rv Stine, of Baltimore Sunday School, 9:43; morning ser- ~ ^ ' tion in the Panama canaL __ Electrical experts calculated that within tour seconds alter President Wilson pressed the button in Washington the current threw a small switch" on"an apparatus at the Gamboa dike,' whscb in turn set in motion other apparatus which furnished the current for exploding the charges. Just before sending the signal President Wilson dispatched this message to Colonel George Goethals, chief engineer on the canal zone: '"My warmest congratulations." _ Practically no ceremony acconipan- ied tUe'giving of the signal. The president, immediately after luncheon, went to the office of the chief usher, L H. Hoover, in the executive mansion; ·where the instrument was waiting. The chief operator. K. "W. Smithers, tested the line and sent four dots flashing, through to Panama, as the signal that the president -a. as ready. Philadelphia; Oct. 11--The Mack- men won again. If was a close shave, however, for-after the Athletics had hammered out s:x runs :n the early innings of the game., Cn'ef BenUer ; wobbled and the Giants lobbed his de- «Verv for a total" of five runs-in the seventh'and desghth inniags. Then the Indian put on s:earn"ant' retired the ^ide/including-two pinch hitters, without a man reaching base in the nintn. It was the tail end of the Athletic^ batting" order that won the contest. The bats 01,Collins and Baker,were as silent as the New York rooters were WEALTHY FARMER FOUND DEAD ON ice. 10:00; evening service; KUU. Miss Se]! ^ oL L t u iesto\vn, is the ST. JAMES LUTHERAN , _ g:»es£"ot._Mrs. Sehnitzer on Centre At 9:15 a. m.. Sunday School Rally s ouare . Bullet Wound in Head and Gun Lay Nearty. Day service; 10:30 a- EL, preaching; (3:00 ». m., Christian Endeavor; 7:00 p. m., preaching. PRESBYTERIAX Rev. Sherman H. Doyle, D. D., of Philadelphia, -will speak both morning | Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Blocher, on aid evening. His subject in the mom-! Carlisle street. ing will be ''The Importance of Re!i- j Mrs. R. A. Myers has returned home ^gious Education in Colleges." Dr. j after a Cssit of several weeks in Pitts- Doyle is a master of his subject. He ! burgh. wiH oreach on a gospel theme at 7 p. S J. L. Butt and family, of Carlisle m . street, attended the funeral of Mrs. REFORMED . Doll" in Frederick TM-day. Ra'lv Day service at 9:30 a. in. · Mrs. Philip M. Bikle will Members of the church and friends are cordially invited to attend. Xo even- Mr- and Mrs. Xei! McConomy have returned from a trip of several days to Philadelphia. Mrs. Edmund Manges, of Lemoyne, is visiting at the home of her parents, return home this eveilihg after a visit of several months in MifHini)urg arfd Phila- ing service. The pastor will conduce delphia. services and administer the Holt j Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hesson, of Elko, Communion in St. Mark's church at Xevada. are visiting Prof, and Mrs. C. after the game, but k Barry and Mr. "Wilson stepped forward just as the hands of the White House clock touched the hour and pressed the button, flashing to Panama, the eurrenr which was to send tons and tons of j ths Gamboa dike nyfng 'heavenward ' and perform practically the last act in. - connecting the waters of the two great oceans" Well, that's all there is to it.' Schang'were there' with the yeoman service. The shortstop got two doubles and a single- out of four times up and scored -two runs~and Schang singled twice," scoring four runs with them; walked twice for a perfect batting average and scored a run O!drmg_was the only one o£ "the upper set. of bat- nr clouting. ters who did liny important clouting. McGraw sent 'Al Tfeaaree, younges; tjlanned to'sell his H\estock and retire irofh business within a few weeks, was found dead near his farm on the But- tleton "pike. - There -was a huge gunsSot wound behind the left ear, and the dead man's shotgun lay beside him. with one shell discharged.^ The, police say that Waters committed suieice; the members of his family insist that his death must have been accidental, and it is admitted that mur r cer is a third possibility, though taere said iDR. JOHN D. BEAR Elkton, Va. the president "with, a smile as he turned s.v.". "Gamboa" is busted." Secretary McAdoo and Secretary Tu- £mity~ were the only other omefals present. The destfuetlon of this dike permitted the waters of Gatun lake to - flow freely into me Culebra cut, which after nine years of the greatest digging the world has ever seen is now almost completed. | While"it was not an oSeial holiday in the canal" zone, everyone who could be spared from work journeyed to the " TRESPASSING All persons are"warned not to trespass on the premises of the ttnder- sgned with dog, gun or trap for the' purpose of taking game in any manner; nor f or fishrag.or in any way injuring or destroying property. All persons %-io- iating the-laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on lands of the undersigner wfli be dealt with under the provisions of the Act of April 14. ter befng-peitedlor seven hits, includ- 'a triple and a doub'e, In four innings? for a total o£ -our runs; he re^ tired-from- the game. Marqsiard took ua^t^pitch'mg buHfen-- and some burden 'It proved to be r:ghi at the stare ' " Aftei^the "Rube/' who seemeu nor imouST-with, too much confidence Tvita the membry-of tlie drufTrng whieh_ti:-e" ifaekmen^gave him in New York three. 10 a. m. The preparatory service will be held on Saturday at 2 p. m. METHODIST F. Sanders on Springs avenue- George W, Scbriver, of Chambersburg street, has gone to Washington, 1905. William Allison. Saml. Walters farm, Kamiltonban township. John D. Rej, E- 12, Gettysburg. Pa. Cumberland Township. .. Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. B. B. "Wineman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mnmper, E. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. C. J- Deardorff, Orrfenna, Pa. Charles Wagaman (Dr. W". H. O'Xeal Farm) Highland Township. Wm.-S~JonnsrCum!er!aEd-towrs5h:p arid Gettysburg. ~ F. L. Mme/ Butler Township. Biglerville, Pa. G. B. Shank; Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysbnrg, Pa. J. H. 'Kuan. (J. F. Xuhn Farm) R. 2. GeTtysburg, Pa. Mt. Joy Twp. Jacbb F'romnieyer, Strahan Township. George "E. Harman. R. 6. Gettysburg. Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. "Weikert. R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumoerland Township. George "W. "Wolf. R- Z, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R. 2, Biglerril'.e. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gertysburg, Pa.. Caniberlar.d Township. J. L. Toot. Straban Tovmship. Elias Wolford, Mt. Pleasant Township. V D. J Reile, R. 12, Get^sburg, Pa.. Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, Mt_ Pleasant Township. Martin Winter. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert ~E- Major; Straban Township. John W. McHhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg', Straban Township. Charles- F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Becdersville, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersbtsrg Pike. Robert Harrier, Greenmount, Pa. Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6. Gettysbarg. William Coshtra. Straban Township. H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. x H. 1_ Jacobs, R. 1, Bigierville, Pa- Butler Township. Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, R. 4. Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddle, Mt- Pleasant Township, R. S, Gettysbnrg- C. H. Rsrr.mell on C. L- Osborae farm, Zvlenaslen township. W:n. M. Bigham's Sor.s. Freedo m Township. Wm. M. Bighairfs Sons- Liberty T ownshzp. Jacob F. Peters, Tyrone Township . R. C, Big!«rri!!e. Pa. Charles Essick and sisters. Sutler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Coalson, Butler Township. A. S. Wrnsler. Mt_ Pleasant Town snip, R. 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black, R. 1, Bigler viile, Pa. George Herring, Highland Townsh 33. W. F. Herbst, Orrtar.r.a R. I. Additional names, 50 cents for entire season. scene. The danger zone" was guarded by a strong cordon of police. Fourteen units of the Atlantic, dredging fleet were successfully passed through the Gatun locks on their way to the Gamboa dike and began operations as soon ^ as tae^barr'er was shattered. The lock- j age to'ok rsvo hoars and a "half, somej- a time being lost tarougn maneuvering - Tbe er and throwing ouc ilelnnis* the bo-- tom ot the batting order opened up on him* as ir had on Demaree ana drove in. two more runs. Alter that the ;'Rube" prCcEed good ball indignantly,! reject the idea that.he was a suicide. He was finowa as the jolliest of neighbors. One man v.-no has known hip intimately Tor many years declared that -"Waters never had "a 'grouch in his life."' ,, ~- 7~ The neighbors said Watels always made monev and was"worth from $200,000 to 3250,000. It wa sonly three or four days~ago" thqx he told the neighbors he was planning to sell on his stock and toolVsome time around the end of October. He "was going to have a public sale to clear* the place out and Sunday School at; 9:30 a. m.. Rally jD. C., to spend several weeks- Dav \vi!l be observed. Epworth League ! "Mrs. M. A. Crown, ot Bakimore, at G:15 p. m.: preaching at 7:00, subject of sermon, '·Doing as unto the Lord."* A cordial invitation to all services. L. Dow Ott. pas'tor. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN, Marsh Creek: Love Feast services begin Saturday at 2 p. m.; -preaching Sunday at 10 a.", m. Stratton Street Church: no morning service; preaching v.-iil preach in the Second Lutheran has returned to '«er home after a short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs J. I. Burgoon. on Baltimore street. Mrs. I. X. Lighmer, of Baltimore street, is spending several days with friends in Harrisburg. Rev. L. L. Sieber, of West, Middle street, has gone to Altoona where he t D. m. "ARJEXDTSVILLE REFORMED Church service on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. BIGLERVILLE REFORMED -, The nastof will preaeS* Sunday at 2 D. m. Sandav School at 1 p. m.. FAIRFIELD REFORMED Rev. GuyJLJKing. son of Enmnuel j King, of Fairfield, will preach in the Reformed Church at Fairneid. on Sunday, filling the pulpit for Rev. W. S. Hartzel. Mr. Kingrls a graduate of Church on Sunday. Henry L. Siebert, of Xewporr. spent Fridax- with friends in town- Medical Advertising^ M. M. Earner Go's re :tlre and In e on what he had put by. | Gettysburg College, class of 1909, and of Union Theological Seminary, class of 1912. and v.iil leave Xew York on He was looking-forward to enjoying ^ferkle, vho erred grievouslr in ^ e field for the Giants with, w o bad muSs, botH of w"kich figured ? n the ilaek run j rgetiirig- atoned for his slips in the seventh inning, v.hea with two of nisi team mates on the bags, he bounced -oaii into the leic field bleachers for his long vacation, jears old. -· He was fifty-five ADOLPrUJS BUSCH IS DEAD Famous St. Louis Brewer Passes Away the vessels into position. The lock mechanism worked perfectly. The Atlantic and Pacific oceans were not actually united when the Gamboa dike was destroyed and the waters o' Gatun lake v-ere allowed to flow into_ Culebra cut, as lake and cut are. at the normal surface of the wafer, eighty-five "feet ab'ove the" level of the sea. The destruction of the Gainboa dike, however, removes the last obstruction tJTthe na\ igauon~of~the~greateT of the canal by light draft vessels anfl opens up direct" connection between the great Gatua lake, which already is practically ready to disc-barge vessels into the Atlantic through Gaeun iockjSt and tbe Pac'fic division. The wafers of the la'Ke, rushing 'through the broken dike at Caniboa. sweep through the jreaier locks at Pedro Miguel, which mark the beginning of the descent from the top level of tne canal to the Pacific. The first craft to enter will be the great steam dredges! whose work is to c'ear and deepen the channel. The presence of small craft IP portions of the canal, however, does not as yet mean oeean-to ocean navigation. put new 'Ife into his team mates and the Giants caine back at Bender in tne e : s"ith, scoring two "In Germany. St. Loais, OcL 11_--News or the death in Germaliy of Adolphus Busch, ^resident ot the Anheuser Busch Brewing association, of St. Louis, came in a cablegram'from "Germany f^om his August. A. Busch.." to the laser's -- ^ " - , - -i *.«;) *. 1 isUil, -n.u^i*=t- ^=- A^V*-J.-.*. more runs on a sing'e. a aouole and a , Adolpbll s. It re ad: tripleT J3ut the Karons! leaguers _did · Fatner pass'ed away peacefully.- _ri--~ J K* r -i-iri -» Ir^olr *- tvTfV T"{lS GlllSi. * -~^- ~ -- - i £· T; - a look in when the Chief ,burned the bail oxer me plate in the ninth. The score: -~ . ATHLETICS.- A3I It. BSCPD.A. E. Murphy, ff ... Oldrmg. If ---Collins, 2b - - .- ._. o - - Strurik. c£ ..... Barrv, ss - Schang. c ..... Bender, p ..... Totals' ........... " - The news caused" a general feeling of sorrow, for he had" long been recognized as one of the city's most useful citizens. . _ It is a coincidence that _Adolphas Buscb. died during trie celebration in Thursday for'Oxford, England, where he will continue his studies. j BIGLERVIELE LUTHERAN j Sunday SchooL 9 a. m.; preaching at 7:30 D- m- BENDER'S LUTHERAN Sunday School at 9. Preaching at 10 a. m. PUls der, Backache,^ %e tarrhal Conditions etcJ 9 J°°'' Ask Deaflffof a |iee *o., : ' " 7 by 0 St. Louis of AB.R-BH.Pb.A-E DROP IN STEEL ORDERS of Big Corporation Reports Decrease 219.583 Tons For September. New York. Oct. 11 -- The UniteS States Steel corporation, in its monthly staement, reports unfilled orders on its books as of Sept. 30 last of 5,003,- 7S5 tons cf .. Herzog. 3"S Doyle. 2b Fletcher, ss Burns. If £^fer,-3b- cf ilflrray, rt McLean, c--.. .Cooper, *· Wilson, c Crandaii. ** ... ilarkle. Ib - - - Deniaree. p - -McConnick. *** Marquard. p ... Grant, =**** 2 0 ·2 0 4 0 4~J. ·i 2 1 0 2 "'2 5 0 0 0 0 1 0 1. 0 i 0 1 0 1 1 2 2 . 2 1 2 1 2 1 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 anniversary YORK SPRINGS M. E. Wenksvflle: Sunday School sermon 10:00: Epworth League Berdefsville: Sandav School _9:30; \ cla=s meeting 10:30: Epworth Laugue ; ,, 6-30: sermon 7:30. Luther W. Me- j' The P eople's 'Drug Store Carver, pastor. , PUBLIC SA^E ST. PAUL'S A. M. E. ZION -^ Fj - ne HonsehQ id' Goods Preachinga£ 11:00 SL. m.: Sunday! atYe-rk Snrings School at 2:00 i. m.; Christian Endea- i On SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18th,l913 ^"^ * * --~, ·* -- ·" _"_? ^_^IT _,,!! ^.i- i^rvv~ -*-Od_ ^ German jndepenSence- _To tne found for financing this celebration he contributed 55000 He was made honorary president o f -- the German-Araer:ca5 eenteninal celebratSon. .-or. at 7:00 p m-; preaching at 8.00 p. j T3. A hearer welcome to all. H'ANS SCHMIDT INDIGfED 0 Priest Quick Totals 34 5 S 2i UL 2 *Han for McLean in fifth. **Batted for Wilson in nmtn.^ ***Batted for Demaree in fine ****Batted tor Marquard in the ninth AthletTcs 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0"x-- § New York 0 n 0 0 0 0 3 2 0--o Left 02 bases--New York, 5: Athletics. 7. Bases on balls--Oa Demaree, 1; on ifarqiiaril 2: oft Bender, Slayer of Girl Wants JTrial^For Murder. New York. Oct. 11. -- ^Hans Schmidt, erstwhile priest and confessed slayer of Anna Amnuller, whose oody he dismembered and threw into the Hudson river, was indicted for murder in the first degree by the grand jury. "That's good." said Schmidi, when told of the in'! lens eat. ''I want them to hurry up my triaU' Doctors Discover New Toadstool. Hartford. Conn., Oct. 11.--The re-cent deaths ere from eating mE rooms weer due to a hitherto unknown type of poisonous fungus, according to physicians at the Hartford hospital under whose care the cases came. 317 tons on -Tune 3'\ and with 6,551.- 5j7 tons or Sept. 30, 1912. FAMOUS BABCOCK LADDEEtS Full assortment now inrstock,"conisrin? of:Straight ladders, extension ladders, step ladders and special fruit ladders. Everyjpiecejof'thig wcll^kno'wn brand h uiatle from ncond «ro\\th spruce with rungs of a-h or elm. H. P. MARK, AREXDTSV1LLE Convicts Whipped to Death. Mobile. Ala., Oct. 11. -- Acting on charges of cruelty to convicts made against tae Husford Orvm Xaval Stores company, Governor Eai32et O'Xeal cancelled the contract for con- \iet labor held by that firm for the last two years. Prisoners made affidavits that men were whipped to death in two instances and that many pr's- oaers were so badly beaten that they had to lie down to eat. Stolen bases--i;«rr.s. Murray, Coujns Passed ball--McLean. Hit by pitcaed ball--Bv Bender. :. Hits--Oii Deai- aree. S'm lo.sr innmgs: off Marquard, 2 in four inniri?« Umpire^-Klem: Rj^'er and Connolly. Time The undersigned will sell at her resi- - - - - -- ing:- ooter. pastor- S- TOFX- BAPTIST bL. JUJi-N ± 5 - i i i i |Ior of fine Household Goods. ! Upright Chiekering pl ar.o in perfect i condition, one drop leaf Singer sewing r, a. · imachine'noi; used hard and m good y at 11 a- m. Covenant meeu- | condlrioiu solid wa i nu t plush ' covered ng: i r. m., Snr.dav School; 8 p- m. ;-5 ar i or suit. 7a vards Brussels carpet, " " 2 complete' bed room" suites, rolltop desk, Sail rack with mirrorrside boara, 8 dav clock, beds, wash stands, lot or "mattresses and springs, childs --^ · ~ ^ j «· Breaching- Public cordially Invited- Elder N. D. Sfaadney T pastor. Medical Advertising Hyomei Soothes s Purifies,^ - Heals' Catarrh Ills fine crib, high chairs, extension table, table, refrigerator with, top and ror. stands, six cahe seated chairs. r / dinin? room chairs, oatior and kitchen chairs, rockers, bureau, wardrobe, j clothes tree, !ol of glassware, dishes, 1 · cooking utensils, iron pots, pans, mir- Lane Returns to Washington. TVashington, Oct 11.--Secretary ot the Interior Lane, accompanied by Mrs. Lane, Dr. Adolph Miller, his confidential assistant and H. B. Mayer, his secretary, returned to Washington. Secretary Lane apparently has recovered frojn his illness. Quite Correct. A philosopher says. "A man worships what be cannot understand." If be ia referring to women be Is correct.--Ifew Orleans Picayune. FLAYERS GET SI 35-163 Winners Wii! Rece.ve §81,098 and Losers S154.055. The ofri'ial fig-.-rcs on attendance and receipts of je^terday's world series game follow. Attendance 20,"v. receipts, §49,645; commission's siiare. 5^964.50: players' share. S72.20. Yesterday's sar.ie was the last in which tho Tlayei-« snare the receipts. Their total for the four games is $135.- lt»3 SO. Tho team v.Uicli xvins the chani GENEHAI1 MARKETS PHIljADELPHIA -- FLOUR dull; winter clear. S3.75@3.90; City mills, lancv. $a:25"S'5.60. RYE FLOUR quiet; per barrel, §3.50 T firm; No. 2 red, new, S£ ~CORN steady; No. 2 yellow, 79% @SOc- OATS steady; Xo. 2 white, 4«@ ·iTU-c.; lower grades. 46c_ * POTATOES steady, at 75@90c. per bushel. POULTRY: Live steady; hens. ISc.; old roosters. 12@13c. Dressed Srni; tijoice fowls. 20c.: old roosters, 13%c- BTTTTER steady; fancy creamery, S4c. per lo. EGGS steady: selected, Sac.; nearby, 33c.; western. 3Sc. When von have that choked- ar.d stuffed m .feeling in the morning, crusts in'the nose, raising of jrnucus. droppings in the thxoat arid oliensiye b'-eath, vou are affected with catarrn. Immediate stens should be taken to stop the disease or it will become chronic and serioas. B~ all means use Hvomei. Money refunded by People's Drug- Store if not satisfied- It is a medicated air treatment that does not urug or derange Sale "begins at 12 o'clock. Terms by M. MINERVA TRIMMER, i. Lerew, Au_ct- _ Executnx. H. Smith and J. Harvey Neely, Clerks. _ PRIVATE SALE The Jacob Kiteiailler property on TV. Middle street. Two story brick house containing ten :»? suitable for keeping boarders, saz 1 of water nncer filter under Produce Markets. CHICAGO--HOGS 5c. to lOc, lower; .ss^s s^are. ^.4,,: p, % «« , gf 73 f »Uftl|^f|g: h ^ HI . $2G.S"S.S' : clubs' share, $1',- ^g.90; rough, ?7.S5@S.05; pigs, $4,50 (g;7.75. ... CA.TTL.E strong to IDC. higher; beeves. $7.20@S.50: Texas ^teers, S7 fiS; stockers and feeders. So.2a@7.85; cows and heifers, $3.65g.S.75; calves, 57.505)11-50. pionship will rocei%-e ?Si,09S33, and the Icst.ng team $.~4,0(i5.5S. Not only strike when the iron is hot, hut make It bot by striking.--Oliver CronnvcH. Chauce generally favora the prudeec --Juuberfc . . SHEEP steady to IDC. higaer; native sheep. S3.90@5.10; yearlings. $5i^ 6; native lambs, §5.90 @ 7.40. Mrs. Max Williams has returned to her home on West High street from the Harrisburg Hospital where she underwent a surgical operation. She is veiy much improved. of the nose and throat- Get a complete outfit now and cured of catarrh. ion apply to Mrs. Kit7TOiller. 15 Charabersbnrg st. or Geo' be M. Walter. Med;cal Advertising. Instant Relief When ^'ose and Head are Clogged from a Cold, ktops Xasty Catarrhal Discr.arges. Dull Headache Vanishes. Try "Ely's Cream Balm. Gee a small bottle anyway, just to * TV jt--Apply a little in, the nostrils and instantly your clogged nose and stopped-up air passages of the head will open; you will breathe freeb, dullness and headache disappear, by morning! the catarrh, cold-m-head ot catarrhal sore throat will be gone._ End such misery now! Get the small bottle of "Ely's Cream Calm at any drug store. This sweet, fragrant balm stfils : arrfi- dissofves by the heat of ;ae""«£2? inflamed, ·which lines tlie swollen membrane which nose, head and throat; c?e«sj the air ·es and comes immediately- v awake to-night struggling " %vith head stuffed; nostrils ·», - " _ j Ki^,^?no- Patarrh . needless. Put four faith-just once-in "Ely's Croam Balm'.' and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear, 1 NEWSPAPER! NEWSPAPER!

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