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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES Jb. -JL^^"»^ ^-- 7L* ,.. t_*Jt TY.«l«r T«W***Tvf Standv PHILIP R. BIKLE, Editor for 25 cemts pe* moat£ Single copies to non-subscribers, 2 cents. y^.'lf^r----E*^** ** ·"** ^^ o***- i PAPER REPRESENTED FOR ADVERTISING BY THE GENERAL. OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES At t 7 KE WILSON'S TOUCH BLOWS UP DIKE Flashes Signal Dynamiting Last Barrier in the Canal 4000 MILES IN 4 SECONDS ATHLETICS W!N THIRD Defeat Gianis 3 to 5, After Hard Hitting on Both Sides. BENDER MAIN CONQUERS rib' TO OUR READERS . -· ^ , ^ takes absolutely no part in politics, being neutral am an rthat airoeara in our general news columns, concerning ·ochm*' ycBoezm -which giv' Oar advert papers and Trhich is strictly non-partisan. cVaomns are open to allrandidatea of all parttoa. Medical Advertising. IF YOU "CATCH COLD" EASILY READ THIS ly is a'sign of a run down system--a sign that your o weak to resist ordinary conditions. Such a condition u^ -^ freouently leads to consumption if not checked in time, ^ becuretTand this dreadful result avoided if you will regularly use" Bears' Emulsion COLDS, BRONCHITIS AND WEAK EMULSION is a natural product, pleas- 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 recommended and sold by all good druggists everywhere. The Greater Part of Panama Waterway Is Now Ready For Light Draft Vessels- Washington, OeL 11.--A little electric spark, which originated when President "Wilson pressed the button in the \Vhite House, was the silent agent which sped more than 4000 miles over land and under water and ignited the immense charges of dynamite that practically removed the last obstruction in the Panama canal. ^ Electrical experts calculated that within four seconds after President; Wilson pressed the button in Washington the current threw a small switch on an apparatus at the Ganiboa dike, which la 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 accompanied the giving of the signal. The president, immediately after luncheon, went to the office of the chief usher, I. 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 was ready. Mr. Wilson stepped forward just as the hands of the White House clock touched the hour and pressed the button, flashiag to Panama the current which was to send tons and tons of the Gamboa dike flying heavenward and perform practically the last act in connecting the waters of the two great SEE EARLY MONEY REPORT President Is Told That Senate Sentiment If Changing. Washington, Oct. 1L--Word came to ,, , . President Wilson from the camtol that * . the currenjf^-situation in tb«- senate Sunerl flfcsf and that the bill committee before was impro'v* ^ be reported- frbm Oct. 25. While some doubt Is expressed that - f the senate can pass the oil! within | Diff en ierfer D. D-, president ^of,, CHURCH NOTICES COLLEGE LUTHERAN ;;J A. E. Wagner D. D-,, pastor. Bible 9:45 a, m., Mr. I. L. Taylor Superintendent The new pastor will be installed. At 10:45 a."m:.the Rev. Henry Ansiadt, of" Washington, D- G-, will deliver the charge to the congregation. At 7 p. m. the Rev. George 5L .250 to 4 Indian' Allowed" Only Two Hits Until New York Banged Oat Five Runs In Seventh'and Eighth. WORLD'S BASE BALL GERIES. Won. Lost- P- C. Athletics . - 3 *"- 1 Ce\v York 1 3 First game, von by Athletics-Second game, won by Giants. ..3 to 0 Third game, won by Athletics..8 to 2 Fourth game, won by Athletics.G to a Philadelphia; Oct. 11.--The Maek- mea won again. It v.-as a close shave however, for after the Athletics had hammered out sis runs :u the early innings of the game,, Olef Bender wobbled and the Giants lobbed his delivery for a total of five runs ia the seventh, and deighth innings. Then the Indian put on steam' an-! retired the side, mduding-two pinch a'.tters, without a man reaching base IB the ninth. It was the tail end of the Athletics' batting' order that won the contesc. The bats oE Collins and Bakers-were as silent as the Xew York n after the game, but Sehang were there thirty days after it is reported, the president is confident that this can be dene. There still is a strong impression at the White House that Democratic pressure on the banking" and currency committee within the next few days'wQl^forcje the Democratic members oB^e'conTumittee^abruptly toj report the oil! favorably. __ j With a long^llst of witnesses", still | to be beard, the committee hearings j continued on the bill. Former Repre-j West Pennsylvania Synod, will deliver the charge to the pastor and perform j the formal ceremony At 6 D. m. Christian sentative A. F. Dawson, president of I the First National bank, of Davenport, Iowa. geheraHy endorsed the purposes of the uieasure. but suggested amend- of installation. Endeavor meeting led by Mrs. Anna LakeC Strangers cordially welcomed. - ---=~ EPISCOPAL '* · Sunday School, 9:43; morning ser- 10:30; even|ng~serYJee, 7300. ST. JAMES LXJTHERAK, _ At 9:15 a. m-, Sunday School Rally lerviee; 10:30 a m., preaching; PERSONAL NOTES AND BRIEF ITEMS Paragraphs of News Telling if the Happenings in and about Tow» People Visiting Here aatV Ttiose fiSDJounrin£Elsewherr ments to make it more attractive to smaller banks. WEALTHY FARMER FOUND DEAD ON ROAD 6:00 o. m-, Christian Endeavor; 7:00 p. m., preaching. Mrs. Oliver Trone and children, of Hanover, are spending the week-end with Mrs- Trone's parents, Mr. ^and Mrs. J. Harry Stine, of Baltimore street Miss Sell, of, Uttlestown, is the gaes£of_-Mrs. Schniizer on Centre Square. Mr. and Mrs. Xeil McConomy have returned from a trip of several days to Philadelphia. Mrs. Edmund Manges, of Lemoyne, is visiting at the home of her paren'ts, PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Sherman H. Doyle, D. D., of Philadelphia, will speak both morning Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Blocher, on and evening. His subject in the morn- ! Carlisle street. ing will be "The Importance of Reli r I Mrs. R. A. Myers has returned home i gious Education in Colleges." Dr. ] after a visit of several weeks in Pitts- Dovle is a master of his subject. He I burgh. Bullet Wound in Head and M Lay Nearby. Philadelphia, Oct. 11. -- Samuel J- Waters, a wealthy farmer, who had planned to sell his livestock and retire B-rrv"and I from business within a. few weeks, was with use yeoman .^·rvice. 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; v.-alked twice for a perfect batting average and scored a run Oldnng was the only one o£ the upper set of batters -A ho did any important clouting. McGraw sent AlTDemaree, youngest Price. $1.00 the bottle of six bottles $5.00 Begin Tegular use today and you will begin to feel better and be better at once DR. JOHN D. BEAR Elkton, Va. NO TRESPASSING AH persons are -warned not to trespass on the premises of the undersigned -with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of xaMng game in any manner; nor forfisHng.orin any -way Injuring or destroying property. All persons violating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on lands of the nndersigner wfll be dealt with under the provisions of the Act of April 14. 1905. William Allison. Sam 5 !. Walters farm, Hamfltoriban township. John D. Eiiey. R- 12, Gettysburg. Pa. Cumberland Township. .^-.Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. WIneman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, E. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. C. J. Deardorff, Orrtanna, Pa- Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. H. O'Keal Farm) Highland Township. Wm.-H. Johns, ^omberland township and Gettysburg. -F. L. Mme, Butler Township. Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, E. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Knhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) E. 2. Gettysburg, Pa. Mt. Joy Twp. Jacob Froihnleyer, Straban Township. George E. Harman, R. 6, Gettysburg. Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary -T. Weikert. R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. George W. Wolf. R. 3, Gettysburg. Cumberland Tovraship. J. H. Rex, Box 50, H. 2, Biglerville, Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. Sanmel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa.. Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot Straban Township. Ellas Wolford, Mt_ Pleasant Township. V ~ £ D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. - Leo Frommeyer, Jit. Pleasant Township. Martin Winter. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehiing, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township- Robert K. Major, Straban Townshlp. Johir W. McHhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. FJdon, Bendersville, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersbnrg Pike. Robert Harner, Greenmoant, Pa. J Harry E. Shrrcer, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. * Joseph A. Albert, Butier Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. ' William Coshnn. Straban Township. ~ H- C. Warren, Menallen Township. X : D. K Jacobs, P_ 1, Biglervlile, Pa. Butler Township. ; Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, R. 4. Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. * E. F. Biddle, Mt- Pleasant Township, E. S, Gettysburg. C. H. Ranimell on C. L. Osborne f arm, Menallen township. Wan. M. Bighaxn's Sons. Freedo m Township. Win. M. Bighain's Sons. Liberty T ownship. Jacob F- Peters, Tyrone Township , R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. Charles Esslcfc and sisters. Butler Township, R. 5, Geftysburg. J. C. Coulson, Bailer Township. A. S. Whisler, Mt, Pleasant Town ship, R. 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black, R. 1, Bigier viile, Pa- George Herring, Highland Townsh ip. W. F. Herbst, Orrtaiina R. I. Additional names, 50 cents for entire season. oceans." "^cll, that's all there is to it." said the president with a smile as he turned away. "Gamboa is busted.'' Secretary McAdoo and Secretary Tumulty were the only other officials present. The destruction of this dike per- r\ mitted the waters of Gatun lake to flow freely into the Culebra cut, which after nine years of the greatest digging the world has ever seen is now almost completed. \Thile It was not an official holiday in the canal zone, everyone who could be spared from work journeyed to the scene. The danger zone was guarded bv a. strong cordon of police. Fourteen j 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. r'ne barrier -was shattered. The lock- j found dead near his farm on the But- tleton pike. There was a huge gunshot wound behind the left ear, and the dead man's shotgun lay beside him. with one shell discharged. The police say that Waters committed suicide; the members ot his family insist thai his death must have been accidental, and it is admitted that mur- when the ganie started. He appeared to have very little, however, and alter befng pelted" for seven hits, including a triple and s. double, *n four innings for a total of four runs, he re- wil! preach on a gospel theme at 7 p. ra. REFORMED Rally Day service at 9:30 a. m. Members of the church and friends are cordially Invited to attend. Xo evening- service. The pastor will conduct services and administer the Holj lommunion in St. Mark's church at ^0 a. m. The preparatory service will be held on Saturday at 2 p. m. METHODIST Sunday School at 9:20 a. m.. Rally Dav will be observed. Epworth League at G:15 p. in.; preaching at 7:00, subject of sermon, tired Irom the game. Marquard took up. U*e"pitc'h"ing burd'en--and some burden it proved to be righ: at the stare. After the wound to substantiate this. Friends of the dead man indignantly reject the idea that .he was a suicide. He was Jfnown as the jolliest of neighbors. One man who hi known him intimately for many years declared that -Waters never had a 'grouch in his life." The nefghbors said Watels always age took two hours and a naif, some time being lost through maneuvering the vessels into position. Tne lock mechanism worked perfectly. The Atlantic and Pacific oceans were not actually united when the Gamboa dike was destroyed and the waters of Gatun lake were allowed to flow into Culebra cut, as lake and cut are,_at the norma"' surface of the wafer, eighty-five feet above the level of the { sea. The destruction of the Gamboa dike, however, removes tne last obstruction to the navigation of the greater-part- of the canal by light draft vessels anc! opens up direct connection between the great Gatun lake, -nrhieh already is practically ready to discharge vessels into the Atlantic through Gaaia locks,^ and the Pacific division. The waters of the lake, rushing "through the broken dike at Gamooa. sweep through the greater locks at Pedro Miguel, whica mark the beginning of the descent from the top level of the canal to the Pacific The first craft to enter will be the great steam dredges, whose work is to clear and deepen the channel. The presence of small craft in portions of the canal, however, does not as yet mean ocean-lo-ocean navigation. drufJuJn; Mackmen gave him in Xev.- York three i days ago fresh in his mind, had gained a little belf-yossession by fanning Baker and throwing OUL Melnnis, the bor- tom ot the batting order opened up on him as it had on Demaree arid drove in two more runs. After that the -'Rube" pitched good ball. ilerkle, who erred grievously in the field for the Giants with two bad tauffs, both of which figured in the Mack run getting, atoned for his slips in the seventh inning, v.hea with two of his team mates on the bags, he bounced the "ball into the left Seld bleachers for a home run.' The hit put new life into his team mates and the Giants came back at Bender in the eighth, scoring two more runs on a single, a double and a triple. But the National leaguers did not have a look in when the Chief burned the hail over the plate in the ninth. The score: ATHLETICS. AS'.R- Murphy, rf 5 0 Oldrmg, If 4 0 Collins, 2b i 0 Baker. 3b .. 4 _0 Scrunk. cf .--"--1."... 2 2 Barry, ss 4 '-. Schang. c 2 1 Bender, p ·* « ~ 6 10 27 9 made money and was worth from $200,000 to $250,000. It wa sonly three or four days "ago thax he told the neigh bors he was planning to sell off his stock and tools some time around the end of October. He ^was going to have a, public sale to clear the place out and retire and live on what he had put by. He was looking" forward to enjoying his long vacation. He was fifty-five years old. as unto the Lord." A cordial invitation to all services. L- Dow Otc. pas'tor. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREXv Marsh Creek: Love Feast services begin Saturday at 2 p. m.; preaching Sunday at 10 a. m. Stratton Street Church: no morning sen-ice; preaching 7 p. m. APJEXDTSVTLLE REFORMED Church service on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. BIGLERVILLE REFORMED V The oastor -will preacn'Sunday at 2 o. ni- Sandav School at 1 p. m. FAIRFTELD REFORMED Rev. GuyJLJKiag. son of Emaauel! King, of Fair-field, vv-ill preach in the j Reformed Church at Fairneid. on Sun- j J. L. Butt and family, of Carlisle street, attended the funeral of Mrs. Doll in Frederick to-day. Mrs. Philip M. Bikle will return home this evemhg after a visit of sev- e'ral months in Mifflinbiirg ami Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Hesson, of Elko, Xevada, are visiting Prof, and Mrs. C. F. Sanders on Springs avenue. George W. Schriver, of Chambersburg street,, has gone to Washington, D. C., to spend several weeks. "Mrs. M. A. Crown, of Baltimore, has returned to her home after a short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Burgoon. on Baltimore street. Mrs. I. X. Lightner, of Baltimore street. Is spending several days with friends In Harrisburg. Rev. L. L. Sieber, of West iliddle SLreet. has gone to Altoona where he will preach In the Second Lutheran Church on Sunday. Henry L. Siebert, of Xewport, spent Fridav with friends In town. Medical Advertising" M. M. Eeniief do's S.i of ADOLPHUS BUSCH IS DEAD 0 3 2 1 0 3 0 2 1--7 1-3 3 2 2 6 1 0 0 0 * o 0 0 0 2 I 3 Famous St. Louis Brewer Passes Away In Germany. St. Louis, Oct. IL--News of the death in Germany- of Adolphus Busch, president of the Anheuser Busch Brewing association, of St. Louis, came in a cablegram from Germany rrom his son. August A- Buscn. to the laser's son. Adolphns. It read: "Father passed away peacefully."' - 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 Adolphns Busch died during tae celebration in St. Louis of the WOth anniversary of German independence. To the found for financing this celebration he contributed ?5000. He was made honorary presiSenr of the German-Americaa eenteninal celebration. dav, filling the pulpit for Rev. W. Hartzel. Mr. King is a graduate Gettysburg College, class of 1909, and j of Union Theological Seminary, class of 1912. and will leave Xew York on Thursday for Oxford, England, where! he will continue his studies. j BIGLERVILLE LUTHERAX j Sunday School. 9 a. m.; preaching ft 7:30 p. m. BEXDER'S LUTHERAX Sunday School at 9. Preaching at 10 a. m. YORK SPRIXGS M. E. ksvflle: Sunday School 9:00;' sermon 10:00; Epworth League 7:30.. Bendersville: Sunday School 9:30;! Pills der, Liver, Backache; tarrhal CoMtibns Deafer for a Csr- 'Sample" class meeting 10:30: Epworth Laugue j 6:30: sermon 7:30. Luther W. Mc- ·arvey, pastor. ST. PAUL'S A. M. E. ZIOX Preachin? at 11:00 a. m.: Sunday Totals" 33 XEW YOBS, AB. II- BH-PO.A. E DROP IN STEEL ORDERS Big Corporation Reports Decrease of 2*:9.683 Tons For September. Xew York. Oct. 11. -- The United States Steel corporation, in its monthly staement. reports unfilled orders on iis books as of Sept. 30 last of 5,003,- 7S5 tons. This com»*res wjih 5.223.46S tons on ATIS 31. a decrease of ±19.683 tons, with a.39?,3I6 tons on July 31; 5.S07,-| Burns. Barr? 317 tons on .T-ane 30, and with 6,551,507 tons on Sept. 30. 1912. Snod^rass, cf Herzog. 3b Dovle. 2b Fletcher ss Bams. If gifer, 3b, cf Murray, rf McLean, e Cooper. " Wilson, c Crandali. ** Markle. Ib 4 Demaree. p I AieConnick, *** 1 Marquard. p 1 Grant, =**** 1 2 0 2 0 4 0 4~ 1 2 0 10 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 4 4 § t 0 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0 9 0 School at 2:00 p. m.; Christian Endea- ;On SATURDAY. OCTOBER 18th,l913 " _ _ n ^.« ; T~t ,»,,,3 A*--* : »*v-»^ar3 TT-?11 cc*ll of: n(*T~ T*S1-- Totals 34 5 S 2*11 2 *Ran for McLean in fifth. **Batted for Wilson in ninth., ***Batted for Demaree in fifth ****Batled for Marquard in the ninth. Athletics 0 1 0 3 2 0 0 0 Xew York 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 Left on ba*e=--Xew York, 5: Athletics. 7. Bases on balls--Olf Demaree, 1- off Marquard. 2: off Bender, i. Struck out--By Jiaraaard. 2: by Bender 5 Home rm--Merkle. Taree oase " Fer, OHrir.g. Toro-base hjts-^- rrv. 2 Sarrifice hit--Strunn. FAMOUS BABCOCK LADDERS Full assortment now in*sroc-k,~consisdn2 of: Straight ladders, extension ladders, step ladders and special fruit ladders. well-known brand l~ mde from avoond jj sprace with rungs of a?.h or elm. H. P. MARK, ARENDTSVILLE Convicts WhSppeS to Death. Mobile, Ala., Oct. 11. -- Acting on charges of cruelty to convicts made against tne Harford Orv5a Xaval Stores company, Governor Eajaiet O'Xeal cancelled the contract for convict labor held by that firm 'or the last two years. Prisoners made affidavits that men were whipped to death in two instances and that many prisoners were so badly beaten tliat taey cad to lie down to eat. Lane Returns to Washington. Washington, Oct. 11.--Secretary o' the Interior Lane, accompanied by Mrs. Laae, Dr. Adolph Miller, his confidential assistant. au! H. B. Mayer, his secretary, returned to "Washington. Secretary Lane apparently has rec-OTered fro:a his illness. ball--Bv IV-nder. I. Hits--OS: aree. S'm four ir.r.ings: off Marqaard_ 2 Sn four inning*, fnjpires--Esan an* gained 63.'°' H'ANS SCHMIDT INDICTED Priest Slayer of Girl Wants Quick Trial For Murder. Xew York. Oct. 11.--Hans Schmidt, erstwaiie priest and confessed slayer of Anna Aumnlier, ^-hose body he dismembered and threw into the Hudson river, was indicted for murder in the first degree by the grand jury. "That's good." said Schmidt, when told of the indictment- "I want to hurry up my trial." or. z 7:00 p. m.; prea -n. A hearty -welcome to all- W. O. Cooper, pastor. St. JOHX BAPTIST Sunday at 11 a- n-._ Covenant mee'tg: 1 p. m., Sunday School; 8 p- m. ^reaching. Public cordially invited. Elder X. D. Shadney. pastor. Doctors Discover New Toadstool. Hartford. Conn., Oct. 11.--The ret deaths !ere from eating mushrooms weer due to a hitherto unknown type of poisonou? fnngas. according to physicians at the Hartford hospital, under whose care the cases catae. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA -- FLOUR dall; winter clear. S3.755J3.90; city . . - - RTB FLOUR qaiet; per barrel. ?3 5£ 153.60. " WHEAT firm; Xo. 2 red, sew, FORSAL.-E by The P eople's Drug Store PUBLIC SALE of Fine Household Goods at Yerk Springs ,,,. of fine Household Goods. Upright Checkering piano in perfect condition, one drop leaf Singer sewing machine not; used hard and in good f onoraon. solid -walnut plush covered parlor suit. 75 yards Brussels carpet, 2 comnlete bed room states, roll \top desk, hall rack with mirror, side boaro, S dav clock, beds, -wash stands, lot: 01. fine 'mattresses and springs, childs crib, high chairs, extension table, lea*. ,, , n , , ... clothes tree", lot of glassware, dishes, H 0 3 C 2%m Q cooking utensils, iron pots, pans, mir- nuulu UQIUUII IIIO rors. nictures, carpets, mattings sad irons," windou- shades and screens, c. "When von nave that choked and stuffed on feeling in the morning, crusts in Vne nose, raising of mucus. [ droopings in the throat and offensive breath, you are affected -with catarrn. Immediate stens should be taken to stop the disease or it -will become chronic and serions. Br all means use Hyomei. Money refunded bv People's Drug Store it not satisfied.'It is a medicated air treatment that does not Grug or derange [ Two story the ^omach. bat is brethed in through rooiu? suitable Sale begins at 12 o'clock. .Terms by M. MIXERVA TRIMMER. L, Lerew, Auct. Executrix. Wm. H. Smith and J. Harvey Xeely, Clerks- PRIVATE SALE The -Tacob Kitzaiiller property on TV T . Middle street. the Hvomei inhaler that comes -with through erv"Sl.OO Outfit, 1^ effeciivelv de- porch and y ten s gas sood well oi warfrunaer eastern with n!a;r unaer COSX steady; Xo. 2 yellow, 79% evtii v -5JL-W v/wvft»v* -»-«' ^«**_.-.-- -v _j--- f - - - - ^ scroves the catarrh germ., and qaicrfy kitchen, gooo stable, soothes and heals the irritated mscons For fnll informauoa apply to ^ir- ^embrar.e of the nose and throat. KifconilSer, 1-5 Chambersbnrg st- or Get a complete ontSt now and be M-Walter. PLAYERS GET S135-163 Winners WiS! Receive S81.098 and Losers S154.065. The oS-ia! fig? res oa attendance and receipts of ye-terday's world series game fo;iow: AKenfiasc»X 2 coin mi OATS steady: Xo. 2 ii-c.: lo-wer grades. 46c. i*)TATOES steady, at 75©90c. per basheL POULTRY: Live steady; nens. ISc.; old roosters, 12gl3c. Dressed Snn; choice fowls. 2""»c.: old roosters, 13%c. BTrTTES steady; faacy creamery, S-Sc. ier !b- EGGS steadv: selected, 35e.; aear- by, 33c.; western. 3Sc. Prodoce Markets. CHICAGO--HOGS 5c. lo lOc, lower; Yesterday's garre tras the last i hicfc tho player* share the receipts.? he:r total for :r.e four s 3351 ^ 5s SISS.-j . - _ CATTI-E beeves. Quite Correct. A. philosopher says. "A man worships what he cannot understand." If he is referring to women be Is correct.--Ifew Srleans Picayune. 1^3 S''. The tea:s · pionship will receive SSI, 1 lie lasi.njr ienni s^T.'joS-sS. stros? to 15c. aigfeer; : Texas steers. S7 and feeders. S5-258-7.S3; feeifers, S3CS5SS.75; calves; - - - , SHEEP steady to 15c. higher; aa- tive she ep. S3^0@5.10; yearlings. 6; native lasabs, only strike when the iron is not, b«£ make It hot by striking.--Oliver Cromwell. Chance g --Jonberi favors the prudeec. Mrs. Max Williams has returned to her home on West High street from the Hanisburg Hospital where she underwent a surgical operation. She is very much improved, * . ,..-- ----|1| Medical Advertising. Head Stops Dull hah'In (V- MSk Instant Relief When »ose and are Clossjed from »' Cold. Xastv Caiarrhal Discharges. Headache Vanishes. Try "Ers Crearo Balm." a small bottle anyway, Jast to it--Applv a little in, the nostrils instantly yoor clogged nose and ned-ua air passages ot the ,,... "open: you will breathe dullness ainJ h^dache disappear- J morr.ing! the catarrh, cdd-ir.-head catarrhal sore throat tvill be gone. End scch misery now! Get the s botUe of "Ely's Cream Balm ft an? dnsg store. This sweet, fragrant balm n Nostrils head dissolves by the t oenetrates ar.d heals · lines the air S ; y s comes immediately comes . . ^TMpxrfine . "^t^r faith-jast once-ln "Ely's Cream'Balm- and your cold or catarrh wfll sorely disappear. _

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