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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES Published Daily Except Sunday Tf=« *ad New. PnMUoag W. UkVERE HAFES,, Secretary and Treasurer. MANY DIED IN FIRE PERSONAL NOTES ONTHEVOLTURNO AND BRIEF ITEMS PHILIF R- BIKLE. Editor SUBSCRIPTION Served by^carrierln Gettysburg for 25 cent, per momth. Mailed outside of Gettysburg for 25 cent* per month. BATES Single copies tonon-subscribers. 2 cents. IF you receive THE TIMES by mail you can find the date up X' -s -- =·, - --' gi-itT- -- -T - : -- S- - ---- -- ; ---BELL PHONE UNITED PHONE hiNorthwest^komer "of Ceatri^Sqggr^Gettysbtirg. "HIS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR ADVERTISES BY THE .GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES ··" fir ·-*·«· · »··*. Want ads- One cent per word each insertion. Two cents a word if gnaramted first-page positiom. Besolntions of respect, poetry and memonama oat cent D«r word- 4 TO OUR READERS -: The Gettvsburg Times takes absolutely no part in polMcs, being neutral oa aH rechmatiers. Anything that appears in our general news columns, concerning ·tate or Jiational'politisc, is furnished us bv The American Press Association, a concern which gives the same sews to Republican, Democratic, Prohibition, or Socialist papers and Trhich is strictly non-partisan. Oor-«dvertisinff columns are open to all candidates of-all parties. «ERS' ! LIST i SULZER VERDICT Mi WirelessFromRescueSiiipGives Deiaiis ot Disaster. LIFEBOATS WEBE SMASHED Paragraphs of News Telling of the Happenings in and about TOWP People Visiting Here and Those Sojournin|"Elsewhere. i. Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Baker, of New- Oxford; -are, 'spending the week at the home of Mrs. T. J. Stahle, on Balti- Flames Which Started From Explosion more street. in Forward Ho.d Leaped Eighty Feet ^- and Mrs. Mark K. cover with 1 Reek- Continued from First Page. cvi silk petticoat: second, silk fan. G. W. Weaver and Son. Fo»- best piece of embroiderv on colored linen: nrst prize, tab.c ith silk: second nrize. lace cellar and cuff set. G. W. Weaver ana Son. For best hand embroidered centerpiece: $2.00 fancy fearner. Miss Anna For be^t old coverlet: ?3.50 parlor stand. C- S. Mumper and Co. For quilt having the largest number of patches: 83.50 rocking chair. C. S. Mumner and Co. ^o^" *he -best hand made doilv : S2.50. Gettysburg Railway Company. ' GRAINS For best eight ears of pop corn: year's subscription to any daily nev.-s- paoer. P. W. StaHsmith. ' " For three largest ears of corn: SS-00 hat. Funkhouser and Sachs. For tallest stalk of corn: S3.00 in cash. Gettysburg Compiler. For nnesr peck of wheat: S5 gold piece. Star and Sentinel. For largest ear of corn: pair of $3-50 Radcliife shoes. O. H. Lestz. For oeck of the finest rye: vears subscription. The Gettysburg Times. "For oeck of the finest o'ats:' vears subscription. Adams County INews. " CANNED FRUIT. PRESERVES AND PICKLES For best quart jar of peaches: first prize, white wool blankets; second unze. Marsellaise quilt- Dousrhertv and Hartley. For best glass of appie^butter. open to fanners only: ladies" silk smrt waist- Hub Underselling: Store. For best glass of grape jelly, open to town people only: laoies trimmea hat Hub Underselling Store. . For best jar of cucumber pickles: S3.00 Eastman koaak- tuber s Drug For nicest glass of apple jelly: any pair of ladies" shoes in the store. Haines" Shoe Store. For best jar of pickles: pair of S4.00 Selz Royal Blue lames' shoes. Raymond and Mvers. _For glass of the best preserves: ladies' 14 kt. gold Slled watch guard. C. B. Jiitzmiller. looking: jar of cherries: prize to town competitors Si-00 mesh bag: similar prize "co country competitors. Penrose Myers. T?^Y- V.^O*-'^T- r? ot-i-^xt-KoT-r-t- TM-i»=»T-.-r-5; 16 x 20 portrait- John A Mumper. For best jar of strawberry preserve For best tw,o pound sample of dried Store. apnles: jardiniere. People's Cash For best two pound samole of dried cherries: roaster. People's Cash Store. -For-best tumbler of quince jelly: first prize -violin: second prize, music folio. Spangler's Music Housc. BUTTER AND EGGS For best roll of butter: first prize: large sack of Pilisbury flour: second prize, quart of larsre olives- Gettvsburg Department Store. For best roll of butter: rlrst'prizeT S2.00 worth of groceries; second prize. ?LOO -worth of groceries. I. M- Reynolds- For best roll of butter, not over four pounds: So.OO parlor rocker. H. B. Bender. For the dozen largest eccsrs: S2.00 worth of groceries. G- S. Dillcr. CAKES. FIES. BREAD. ETC- JFor best plate of rolls: dozen cans of peas. N- L- Minter. For best cake baked in Ge'ctysbnrir. S10 set of furs; for best cake baked outside of Gettysburg- SiO set of furs. Funkhouser and Sachs. For best loaf ofbread: first prize. Universal bread maker; second prize, decorated salad bowl. For best sponsre cake: first prize, mandolin; second prize, music roll. Span.srler's Music House- To the countrv girl or lacv baking the largest pretzel: silver mesh bag. J. S. Ziegler." -For best plate-of hoir.e-made candy: $5.00 banch of aigrettes. Miss Bcr- nette Rhinehart- For finest plate of fat cakes: $4.00 sweater. Will M- Selljrnian- For best, pan of baked beans: carvins: set. Adams County Hardware Co. 4 j _ For best sponjre cake: first prize- Kayo lamp: second prize, bed room ! \.": rno -" lamp. Gettysburg: Supply House. [ For best chocolate cake: six pound can of Educator crackers- P. A. Miller, i-or best plate of fudce: case of corn. Lao H. ililler. For the finest cake baked with Kako: -S'J.OO woich of groceries. G- S. Diller. FLOWERS For the finest bunch of yellow or pink chrysanthemums: S4.00 plume. Miss Aima Hollebausjh. For the finest disp_!a%- of flowers: §2.50 in cash- C. B- Hartman. For the prettiesV bouquet of fio-vers: pair of Queen Quality shoes. M. K. Eckert. -For the finest bunch of six chrvsanthcmums: S5.00 plume. Miss Anna Reck. _ MISCELLANEOUS To the person brinsrinc in the iargrest load of people: $8.00. To the oldest woman on the v.-ajron: Sl.oy. To the youngest child on the Avagon: Sl.OO. A. H. Butt, restaurant. To the hea\iest child under or.e year of acre: Hrst prize, five yards of embroidery: second, three yards of embroidery: third, two yards of embroidery. G-ettysburjr Five and Ten Cent Store. To first boy cliir.birsg greased p-!e in Centre Square, envelope containing money. Gettysburg Five and Ten Cent Store. j-or finest tearn: plush rob \ C- C- B-eam. To the r«o boys winning ^ legrsred *-ace: S2.00 in cash. P. W. Slal-smith. To the bo\- winding bac race: SI.*"'). P. W. Stalismith- To boy winning pie eatinjr contest: La?e bail anc3 bat. P. %V. Stallsmith. For the boy bnnjrinir in the cas:* i.'ith the largest number of live rats: S2-50-_ Funkhoaser and Saehs. io the, whose ^on?" combined -.vejghi is the heaviest: Lamson and Hubbard hat. M. K. tckert. Inio the Air. On Board the Xonh German Lloyd Steamship Grosser Kurfuerst at Sea, by Wireless to Cape Race, Oct. 14. -- AViih 105 survivors on board from the steamship Voliurno, barned to the «ra- ler's edge during a gale in the mid- Atlantic and abandoned oa Friday last, the Grosser Kurlaerst is approaching Xew York. The passengers and crew of the Grosser Kurfuerst wimessed some thrilling scenes when their vessel, called by distress signals from the Volturno, arrived in her vicinity. They sound the Volturno burning fiercely and her crew and passengers helpless in the heavy seas. It was learned by wireless -messages from the flaming vessel that the fire had been started by an explosion in the forward hold at 7 o'clock Thursday morning, ship's tirue. On the srriva! of the Grosser Kurfuerst the flames from the hold of the Yoliurno were leaping eighty feet into the air through the hatchway. It was learned that fifty or more of the Volturno's crew and 5ieerage passengers had been killed by the explosion .and the fire. Sis boats were lowered immediately afterward irosi the Volturno's davits. Three of them, still empty, were smashed to pieces against the vessel's side. One boat, -with forty passengers on' board, captized while being launched and all -were lost. The two others, with from sixty to eighty passengers on board, got away, but apparently were iost in the mountainous seas. Aitogether twelve big liaers were brought by the wireless distress signals within hail of the Toliurno. The Cunard liner Carmania was the first of these. She reached the scene at about 12 o'clock noon. Then followed the Seydlitz, the Gresser Kurfuerst. the Kroonland, the Xevr York, the De- voaian. La Touraine, the Xarragansett^ the Minneapolis, the Asian, the Rappahannock and the Czar. The sea wab mnEing too high to allow the taking uff of the Yolturno's passengers when the rescuing vessels came on the scene. During the daytime the flames from the hold of the Yoltumo were kept more or 'less under conxrol. but about 9 o'clock on Thursday night the fire reached the coal bunkers, and it was fotind necessary to close the bulkheads. The pumps thereupon were unable to ~or!c at full pressure and the ames broke out through the entire forward part of the vessel. At twenty minutes to 10 o'clock on Eckert, of Springs avenue, are spending the day at Pea Mar. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Clutz and children, of Kansas, who are visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Clutz, are Pen Mar visitors to-day. Miss Irma Dick, of SccTctdale, has re- Attorneys Today Argue as to; Exclusion of Evidence, DECIDED HI mm SESSION! The Testimony In Question Reviewed ; Acts of Governor Not Mentioned In. impeachment Articles. \ Albany, X. 1'., OCL 14.--Instead of" proceeding toward a verdict the ine-j peat-hinent court unexpectedly hailed: to allow Use lawyers to argue today a, Question of grave significance to botii sides. ' - I The question: How shall-the court 5 consider in pondering the gusk or in- parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Singmaster, on Seminary Ridge. Mrs. Ida Dillman and Mrs. William" iValter have gone to- Hagerstown to spend several days. Miss Rachel Granville is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Lelj- man in Harrisburg. , Rev. and Mrs.. Howard A. Stouifer, of Chambersburg. are spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hamilton, on North Washington s'creet- Rev. and Mrs. Jonas K. Robb, of Xew Kingston, are at the home of Hon. W. A. Martin on Lincoln avenue [or the week. A party of Maryland College girls spent Monday on the battlefield. They registered at Hotel Gettysburg. TanrFiiay right another explosion oc- turned home after spending several days with Misses Louise and Kathar- , aocence of Goveraor Su izer the tesU-j ine Duncan, a'c their home on Lincoln monj - to w hieh Henry Morgen'hau. j avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Lewars, of Harrisburg, returned liome this morn- ng after visiting at the home of Mrs. START WORE Will Take Products of Mines to Smelter at Charmain. This morning work was commenced at the Xew London mine, which formerly belonged to the Linganore Copper Co. This was determined on Monday by the directors of the United Mining and Milling Co.. which recently took over the properties of The Linganore Copper Co. and the Eagle Metallic Mining Co., at Charmain. Pa. The ore from the Xew London mine will be concentrated, as has been done in 'die past, and the concentrate shipped to the smelter at Charmain. The Dolly Hyde mine will probably be opened up in a very short time. Manager Dunshee stating he expected to put a. force of men at work upon opening the mine within a week. He stated thac ore from this mine will also gro to the Charmain smelter, which was acquired, when the United Company took over the plant of the Eagle ci:rrecl on tlte Voltumo aa-'i caused a pnn'c among her despairing nassenser s aac rre^v. Tnc Grosser Kurfnerst launched three boats ar»i rescued thirty-two persons, v.-hc had bef*n -washed into the _ _ . . ... . sea. One 01 tne resr:!;ns sueboats was j ont for six hours and was nearly lost- All these rcmainia^ on hoard the To'iurno cro~«ed Together at the af- Tfr end of the vessel and "A ere tskerr off safelv after daybreak on Friday. Metallic Mining. Company. The mine at Xew London contains ambassador to Turkey; Duncan W. Peck, superintendent of pub-ic works.* and Allan A- Ryan, Thomas F. Ryan's son, gave for the prosecution? This j. testimony reviewed acts of lite gover-j nor not mentioned in the impeachment. articles. j The .conversations -which Mr. ilor-j senthau -and .Mr. -Ryan had with Mr. j Sulzer took place after he was im-; peached. Mr. ilcrgemhau testified, that the governor asked hira to "be. easy on me" and to treat the ambas-; sador's flGOO contribution as a "per-; sona! matter between you and me." \ Duncan W. Peck swore that the gov-' ernor advised him to perjure hiaise!f i before the Frawley committee as to; Mr. Peck's §500 contribution to "do as j I shall--deny it." And through Allan j Ryan, the governor's futile attempt to \ have William Barnes and Charles F. j Murphy stop the trial was revealed. j In the opinion of 'many persons, the j disclosures of the three witnesses hit. the Sulzer defense the hardest blows.; That'it would count heavily in the ver- j diet was obvious. As members of the. court approached that verdict it was j borne in upon the-a that its place ia j the impeachment articles had not been i fired. The eight articles must be voted upon one by one. "Under what head _ should the Ryaa-Siorgemhau-Peck tes- · timony come? | This v.-as the problem which the · court confronted. Judge -Miller had on ; the assembling 'of the court suggested ; that lurcher argument be heard on this ; evidence. { The court immediately went into se-! cret session, and for nearly an hour snd a half debated whether or not the: lawyers should be invited to -argue in \ relation-to the evidence in question- [ Wh'ea the court reconvened, in the j open the announcement -was made that} it -was decided to hear counsel further [ on the acts as -testified to, not only by · MoEgentaau and Peck, but also by Ai-j Ian A. Ttyan. j S2.000.000 TO CHARITY Estate of Adolphiis Busch Is Estimated at 575.000,000. ; St. Louis. Oct. 14. -- The will o f ' Adolpiius Busch, who died in Germany ; oa Friday, probably will not be -made public until after the funeral, which an excellent shaft, some underground! j s _ expected to take place here on Oct.; work, and is in good shape, For some "dme the mine has not been workeG. ^ but all water which is most likely to collect in mines has been kept pumped out. the company retaining one Tnan to look after this. Tne Dolly Hyde mine is an old mine, j and it is stated the ore from it is par- Omcer E. TJoyd. of the_A'ol- viculariy rich. The directors are anx- For the quai-.test old d-ess: §".00 :adies" hat- Miss Anna Reck- To the person purchasinc the mo?:, merchandise during- Vhe w prize^S-5 role piece, second. S2.50 gold piec "" i-or the bes^ -water color, oil or pencil week: first iece: third. SI bilL""Lewis E. Kirssin. pencil drawing- or paip.ririer. bv native of the corur,ty: one G-ze T - SG.9 1 "' y'notpcraphs. W. H. Tipton. " Jror the mar; seliir.c and deliveri-c: within thirtv davs 'the most calves: S2.50 ir. cash. C. B. Hartnvar. pipe For_ the jifghesi score in cbcl. r»ir.s: g-o^d mounted amber French bria s.nd 25 box of 10 cer:t cijrars. W. H. Kalbfieiscn. . . For tne coant'-y hahy 'j:.der o^.e year »f age ha\"insr the most teeth: S7.00 rfcssed doil. Tri~irer Fv S ° ne of '^- heroes of the He Ml fnn? a height of tv.~-r.-y !pet \vhile repairing the -vrire- lf?? apparafs on board isis vessel, but f^aifnnet! "o fi^hc the fire ail day, and ^t 7 o'clock in the evening made a perilous '-~lp to the Grosser Kurfuerst a small boat -a-ha ihroe others from the Yoiuinsn. The little craft was Klnk- inc v.-i:^r: she was picked up by one of the iff bos: s of the Grosser Kiirfuerst. The iota: n-imber of those saved is bei:of"i to be ^23. _ Ti'c arri-. al of the tani-: ships Xarra- ns^tt nr-'l Xew York in the vicinity of the b':rn:p~ vessel one of the mosi fprt;;n3to things connected -with ITC res";:c-. fo- throush those ships s'iir.r:ent oil was obtainable to soothe the seas a»!d to make the work of rescue poss-tie. ious to reoDen this mine. COIVIING EVENTS ALLENTOWM HEIRESS MISSING Miss Mame He'irran Disappeared Friday ar.:5 Relatives Fear Saicids. Allcrjtowp. Pa.. Oct. 14. -- Miss Manse Hei^niaii. an aconied daushter of Sirs. Mary Heilnian, one of the city's rsca- c=: wo~ s^.n, d'sappeared from her home st ars early hr-r on Friday morning ar.d no xrncc of her has been found. Searchers are scouring the country anti the rivers are being dragged, iliss Heilraan recently s-aSered a nervous sed doil.'s Five a?id TCT: Cent Store. ·- * or Xhe most comical co-j-ury rider: punch bowl set- Trimmers Five and ifen Cent, Store. For tne lar£e~t farrily of chl'-dre^. froir the coantrv: five pound box of cfcocolate^.Trjiir-rnerJs Five and Ten Cent Store. ^ To tne bc?v"or ?nr! Tr.akirg- the best r.ra\virc of a cow: pair of ice or roller skates. Adams Cp-anty Hard-ware Company. * -For the smallest hat «rK't bor.r.etj ever worn bv a lady: S3.50 hand. 5Gsses Chritzman. feather To the best lady sir.ger ar.d the be?t zjen-Jemar, singer: S2.50 each. Walter's Theatre. To the farrner bringirg 5r. the rr.o-t dozens of eggs during the week: pound can of Parjce s baKinjr po\vder. P. A. Miller. To the farmer purchasing the most ^oods during the week: 25 pounds of sugar. Leo H. Miller. For the prettiest fdri baby under three years of are: one fourth barrel of flour. J. E. Cleveland. GETTYSBURG Sapply House will sell paints on Fanners' Day at five per cent discount.--advertisement THE Gettysburg Supply House will give big inducements on Fanners' Day to any one contracting for heat ---- plant, bath room?, or water systems BABY coach for sale cheap. 144 ; on the farm. Call and let us talk it Chambersburg street.--advertisement j over.--advertisement Girl Buried In Sand Pit- Albany. X. Y-, Oct. 14.--Sliding sand iu a sand pit causea the death of Marie Strohnaehr. aged ten years. With others the gir; was playing, when a shelf of earth loosened, burying her beneath it. Cries of her playmates summoned help. The girl died in her father's arias. Happenings Scheduled in · Gettysburg for Coming Weeks. Oct. 17--Concert- Mozart Compaq Brua Chapel. Oct. 18--Gettysbarg-'s second annual Farmers' Day. Oct. 21--Concert. Miss DeYo and Mrr Bayly. Presbyterian church. Oct. Gl--Annual Hallowe'en Mummers" Parade. Xov. 7--Lecture. Dean Southwick. Brua Chapel. S--Foot Ball. Mt. St. Mary's. Xison Field. JOHN T. STABNER Cumberland Township Resident Died after Brief Illness. ' John T, Starner died at his home in Cumberland township on Sunday morning at ten thirty, ag-ed 57 years- He had been complaining for the past two weeks but had been in town on Saturday. He is survived by three children. The funeral was held from Mt- Joy Church. Tuesday morning at nine o'lock. - , 25. A. lawyer identified with the Busch. interests said teat five years ago Mr.: Busch drew a will naming his son, August A. Busch, and his -sop-in-law,, Edward A- Faust, as executors of ths. estate ami lodging control of his brew, j cry in August A. Busch. Both August. Ensch and Mr. Faust are vice presi-'. dents of the brewing company. i It is es'.itnated that the wili icak-as'. bequests fur charitable, educational) and public purposes aggregating $2.-, iiOP.r.00. ; This airoruey estimated the estate j to be disposed of in the will at 575,-] 000,000. | AH -UfiUSUAL OPERATION | 1 ' ' ' '" _ i Ciubman Has Piece cf Shinbone Graft- j et; His Spme. 1 Xe^v Haven. Coan.. Oct. 1-S.--Ralph i r»I. Armstrong, a clubman, of this city, j is recovering 'at a iccai hospital from j the unusual operation of the grafting | of a piere of his shinbone into his i spine- _ ! A year a=o he injured his spine b"y | into a bathtub at his home. Me j apparently recovered, but som-: months ) I^tcr he ajrain suficred spinal injuries while playing base ball. New Postmaster For Reading. ; Washington. Oct. 14. -- President« Wilson nominated Charles X. Scitz-1 inger to be postmaster at Reading.! Pa. Mr. SeitzJnger is a protniaCat labor i' leader and by trade a cigarmaTcer. He j was one of sixteen Democratic eaadi-: dates for the position to succeed A., M. High, wbo died two months ago j alter holding the office nearly fifteen J years. Football Player Dies of Injuries. Wilmington. Del, Oct. 14.--William Riley, eighteen years old. is dead at his home here as the result of injuries received in a football game. In a contest between local teams he was thrown heavily / in a scrimmage and sustained concussion of the brain. FOR SALE: five thoroughbred bull terriers. Ilili Top Poultry Farm, F. G. McCammon.--advertisement. inent Father's Inconsistency. Father will splash around in two feet of water and, ruin a good suit of clothes to snve articles in a stranger's, house during a tMrty cent fire. Bnt if the pan tinder the Icebox flows over he trill go upstairs and wake mother so she cnn co:re clown nnfl mop it up.-Cincinnati Enquirer. FOR Farmers* Day Gettysburg Supply House will sell fodder twine cents per pound.--advertisement at 7 FOR REKT: 52 acre farm situated in Mt Joy Township. Apply Jacob Dentist Palis Dead Treating Patient. Wnkes-Barre. Pa.. Oct. 14.--While treating a patient in his oSce, Dr. Al- j nert C. Hayes, a dentist, fell dead. Hej had shown no sign of illness, and when | a patient came to his oface he began work, talking as he worked. His conversation suddenly ceased and he fell to the floor. The frightened patient found tho doctor was dead and then called for help. Quart of Whisky Kills Man. Ann Arbor, Mich.. Oct. 14.--Charles BBeckley, a teamster, made a wager that he could drink a quart of whisky at one sitting. Beckley's fnneral will be held from a local undertaker's parlors. SPECIAL bargains in heating stoves and ranges. Before buying be Snyder, 30 Carlisle street.--advertise- j sure and see them. T. J. Winebrenner. --advertisement NO TRESPASSING All persons are warned not to trespass on the premises of the undersigned with, dogr, gun orrtraplfor the purpose of taking game in any manner; nor forfisbing,orinanj- way-injuring or destroying property. All persons violating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on lands of the undersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of the Act of April 14, 1905. , .- - .^i ? f » j 5 . * - William Allison, Sam'L Walters farm, Hamiltonban township. John D_Riiey, IL li Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. Mrs. J. E. Hughes" Cumberland Township. D. B. Wineman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. _ . C. J. Deardorg, Orrtanaa, Pa. :*!«;·,-.- j Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. £ F. L. Kime, Butler Township, Biglerville, Pa. *; C- B. Shank, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. ,-?·;,?*;.: . t ' J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Knhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt Joy Twp. ^ Jacob Frommeyec, Straban .Township. George E. Harinaa, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Strafaa-r To\vnship. Mrs. Mary J. Weikerc, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. George W. Wolf, R. 3, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R- 2, Biglerville. Mr-s. Matilda L- Codori," Cumberland Township. Samuel^ Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot, Straban-Township. Elias Wolford, Mt. Pleasant Township. D. J Reile, IL"12. Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, Mt- Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm. Cumberland Township. Robert K. Major, Straban Township. John W. Mdlhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert,-Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, BendersviHe, Pa. George D." Thomas. Chambersburg Pike- Robert Harner, Greenmount, Pa. Harrr^E,-Shriver* Bsitler Township, R. G, Gettysburg. Joseph~A*. Albert, JJutler Township, R. C, Gettysburg. William Coshun, Straban Township. H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. D. L- Jacobs, R. 1, Eigiervjile, Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edwaid A. Scott. R- -1, Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddle/Mt. Pleasant Township, R. B, Gettysburg. C. H. Rummell on C. I_ Osborne farm, Menailen township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons. Freeco m Township. . Wm. M- Bigham's. Sons, tiberiy T ownship. Jacob F. Pete'rs, Tyrone fc.-R-nship , R. 3. Biglerville, Pa. Charles Essick and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Coulson, Butler Township. A. S. Whisler, Mt. Pleasant Town ship, R. 10. Mrs. Glestia A. Black, R.-i; Biglerville, Pa. George Herring, Highland Townsa ip. W. F. Herbst. Orrtatma-R. 1. O. B. Sharrettsr Cumberland Town ship. R- 1. Gettysburg. Pa. G. E. Stailsmitn, Straban Townshi p. R- 9, Gettysburg. Pa. ·sJohn Dick. Hofracker Farm. Strab an Township. Gilbert Rudisill, Cumberland Tow nship, Gettysburg Route 1. J. E. Jacobs, Eugene S. iveHy farm. Cumberland Township. J. Clayton Rider, M'c. Joy Towashi p, Gettysburg R. 1. Charles. Fidler, (W. E. Golden f a r m / . FL 1, Biglerviiie. Butler Twp. F. B- Twiscen, Gettysburg Poultry Farm. Cumberland Township. John H. Eckert. Straban township, Gettysburg-. R. 8. Otis Walter. (Conrad' Walter Farm,! H. I. Tlllie, Franklin Township. . E. F. Strausbaagh, Orrtanna R. I. Albert-HoMinger. Cumberland tow -is.;p. Gettysburg. E. 6. Deardorff Brothers. Tlllie, Pa. Frar.kllr. Tov-T.ship- E- P. Garrettson. Butler Township . John and Frank Garreuson. Mena l::n Township.. = * Additioiral names. 50 cents for entire season. - -, MAHLON N, HAINES Better known as HAINES The Shoe Wizard The Great 98c to §1.98 SfcoA Ma*P : ' This business ability grit and nerye gpes intp any shoe market buys from-T t*a thausanS drses?of Jhoes to get the Prices and turns the shoes over to the customers, saving them from IDC to $2.00 on a pair of shoes. Go into any*£.the twelve-fast growing stores and see the wonderful shoes foi 98c to $1.98. Gettysburg and Adams-Co, are fortunate in having one of these Stpres. Address Carlisle St. Gettysburg, Hanover, York, Carlisle,' '!' feHerfcftvId. are other nearby stores. JEWS PA PER I nFWSPAPFRI

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