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**i fHE~GETTYSBURG TIMES "^ Published Daily Except Sunday Tiae. «ri Mejw J-uHiahifi* Comply W. LAVERE HAFEK, ~ FUlU* 1 * Secretary and Treasurer. , PHIIJP K- BIfiLE, Editor RATES Single copies to s»n-subscribers._2jcenta 1 CAPTAIN" TELLS OF SEAJIS ASTER 1 Declares Grew Worked Hard to Save Voiturno. Csrmansa's Commander Who Di- } reeled Race to Earning Ship. j I _. I Pa "matter, aider Congress Marc"_o., lbf»- 'BELL PHONE t» Northwest UNITED PHONE of Centr* Souare. Gettysburg. Renasviyaafa. -H;5 PAPES REPRESENTED FOR SY THE GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO WMtldt Onecent per word each insertion. Two cents a word if gaaremted Srt i£S poritiQ«: lesoluriQDS of respect, poetry *nd memoriams OB. cent mnm DURIHG THEFIBE TO OUR HEADERS - - ^^ «. The Gettysburg Times takes absolutely no part in politics, being central m aa £ rMch gives the same news to Republican, Democratic, Prohibuion, or Socialist papers and which is strictly non-partisan- Our Advemsine columns are open to all candidates of all parttea. SO TRESPASSING All persons are -.varned net to trespass on the premises or the under- · ' " "- --.y manner; rsons vio- 1905. " William Allison. Sam"!. Walters farm, Hansiltonban township. John' D. Riley, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. . Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township- D. B. Wineman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. "C.'J. Deardorff. Orrtanna, Pa. .Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. H. O"Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Kirne, Butler Township. Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank. Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Euhn '(J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt. Joy Twp. Jacob Fronimeyer, Straban Township. George E. Harman. R- C, Gettysburg. Pa. Butler ToTsusbip. George C. Shealer. Straban Towaship. - Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2. Gettysburg; Cumberland Township. J.'H.'Rex, Box 50. R. 2. Biglerville. Mrs. Matflda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. I, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot, Straban Towaship- D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, Bigler\ille. Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, R. 4. Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Bro-wn, Highland Township. "R. F. Bidd!% :It. Pleasant Township, R- S, Gettysburg. D. J Refle, R- 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 EL Major, Straban Township- John "W. Mcllhenny Farm Iv. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. "W. Eldon, Bendersville. Pa. George D. Thomas, Cbambersburg Pike. Robert Harner, Greemnount, Pa. Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6,^ Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township. IL 6, Gettysburg. William Coshun, Straban Township. Win. H. Johns, Cumberland township and Gettysburg. George W. Wolf. R. 3. Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Elias Wolford. Mt. Pleasant Township. H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. C. H. Ruinmell on C. L. Osborne farm, Menallen township. Wm- M. Bigham's Sons. Freedom Township. Wm, M- Bigham's Sons. Liberty JTownship. Jacob F- Peters, Tyrone Township R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. Charles Essick and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Coulson. Butler Township. A. S. Wfaisler. Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 10. Mrs- Clestia A. Black. R-1, Biglerville, Pa- George Herring. Highland Township. W. F- Herbst. Orrtanna R. 1. O. B. Sharretts. Cumberland Tovoiship. R. 2. Gettysburg. Pa. G. E. Stallsmith. Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. Pa. John Dick, Hoaacker Farm. Strabin Township. Gilbert Rudisil!, Cumberiand Township. Gettysburg Route 1. J. E. Jacobs, Eugene S. Kelly farm. Cumberland Tovvnship. J. Clayton Rider. Mt. Joy Township, Gettysburg R-1- Charles Fidler, (V."_ E- Golden farm;. R- 1. Biglerville. Butler Twp. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm. Cumberland Township. John H. Eckert. Straban township. Gettysburg. R. S. Ous Walter. (Conrad Walter Farm; R- 1. Tillie, Franklin Township. E. F- Strausbaugh. Orrtarjia R. 1- Albert Holiinger. Cumberland township. Gettysburg. R. 6. Deardorif Brothers. Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township. E. P. Garreixson. Butler Township. Jonn and Frank Garre^Xso^. rIenallen Township. R H. Black. R. 2. Gettysburg. Ca nberlar.c Township. Mrs. Daniel Miller. Cuirsherlar.d T -»wnship. Gettysburg Route 6- D. S- Rei-T-olds. Straban Tovmship. Gettysburg Route 9- W. A. E.ghair.. C-Jir.berlar.d Township. Gettysburg. R- 3. John Groscost, R. 7. Gettysburg, S.raban Township. Garfield Jacobs. R. 13. Gerty.-bur::. r.ear Barlcw. Dorsey Deardorif. Hijrhlard Totmship. (Mrs. H. B. Mover Farm). H. S. Mertz. Hamilton Township. (Cajnpbell and Mover Farm). James A. BIgharn. Freedom Township, Gettysburg. Route 4. Additional raznes. 50 cents for er.tire season. Commander of "Doomed Ship Gives tails of Disaster Which Cost 135? Lives. j New York, Oct. 15.--The steamship j Kroonland, bringing a«ari- Y a hundred j survivors of the Yoliurno disaster to | this port, has developed a flaw in aerj crank shaft which is retarding her: speed. ! Captain Francis Inch, oi the \ol-, turno, sent his story of the disaster j which cosx ISO lives by wireless from j the Kroonland, on which he is being j brought to New York, to the officers OE j the Uranium iine. J "At C.50 a. m., Oct. 9, 1913 latitude! -JQ1* north, longitude 24.51 west, fires was reported in hold Xo. 1 by the; chief officer." Captain Inch's narrative j reads. "At 6.55 a. m. flames were burn-; I; i"~ tiiroush No. 1 hatches, selling Sre - Carreariia after she h-fi recerivi jTiS ^castle ana all deck nuiagsj ^u *~ ? ^ =! ^-£a^ 418 MEN KILLED IN WELSH MINE ·w Explosion Shatters Colliery Alter 931 Men Enter. ABOUT 500 IARE RESCUED \ Blast Was So Terrific That Country · For Miles Around Was Shaken as PERSONAL NOTES. AND BRIEF ITEMS ANT) j Paragraphs of News Telling ef th* 4ru , a ntK for U fc- mafle by th ' JLI\*JU -i-Vi. XA,-jaaii..i^*w^- ·« *--·",,· . - -- · _ · if - - n j -- , - - · -- - - i j * " iating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing 011 ,ands or the nndersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of the Act of April 14, Happenings .in and atari Town People Visiting Here and Those .* /"\ O JJ^ "Vf r W\ j Sojourning Elsewhere. low, who were burned u death in the I forecastle. . ? -A series of explosions sow occurred, wrecking the saloon and hosoiial amidships, the compass and steering gear being also damaged by the explosions. I gave orders to get help by wireless as soon as the flames burnt the hatches. -It seemingly being Impossible to save the snip, I baa boats provisioned and swung out. Tie ship was rolling heavily. Boats Nos. 13 and » were smashed, but No. 2 was lowered in the water with cabin passengers aafi stewardess, in charge of H. P. Miller, chief officer. After this 'boat left the LEGALITY OF HEW LAW UPHELD ;hiD she caps:zel, throwing her occupants into the water. She afterwards righted herself and several ot tne ere* got back into the boat, the chiefjofi- cer being one o£ tbem. -The Xo. 6 boat was lowered and got away safely, filled with steerage passengers, in charge of Fourth Officer Court Sustains Constitutionality of Non-Partisan At Harrisburg, ?a.. Oct. 15.--The constitutionality oi the non-partisan bal- loc act was upheld by opinions given ia tv.-o cases uy Judges S. J. M. ilc- Carroli, of the Dauphin county court, and "\V- Hush'GiUag, ui-Franklin county, sitting vrlth Uiza, and the question Though By an Earthquake. Cardiff, "Wales, Oct. 15.--More than 400 \Velsh miners perished, it is believed, from fire and afterdamp In the "Caiversal colliery near here. A terrible explosion shattered iae works shortly "alter 921 men had descended into the pit. About 500 were brought to ihe surface alive by rescue parties. The rescued miners, ihe members of the Uie- saving gangs and the officials of the; mine declared that they could hold out * no "hope for the miners still below. The men brought to the surface were found oa the east side of the mine, where the ventilation remained fairly good. Oa the west side, where the explosion occurred, are soon added ·is terrors and the rescue parties were unable to make any progress. men in the east side oi the the surface, but 4lS were forcings in tiie west side, on fire. Colonel Pearson, chief Inspector of mines. In giving this information, added: "The Sre is In the intake airway and everything is being done to cope with It. VTe are hoping to the last." Most of the rescued men presented a pitiable appearance. Nearly all were suffering from burns, shock or the et- poisonous gases. It :s feared a ·r of them will die. So violent was the explosion that the country for miles around was-i shaken as though- by"an earthquake, and it was feared at first that all the entombed men had been burned to death or blown to bits. Cardiff trembled from the shock- The day shift of 931 men descended the shafts In the cages. Aa hour afterwards a deafening report brought tbe residents In the vicinity of the mine running to the pit head, where they found taat the ventilating and hoisting machinery at the top of the shafts hadToe"en blown to atoms by the ex- Specials FOR Farmers' bay , v.-Ul HOT.- go to the supreme court for final detcnainai:oa. Langsell. The Xo. 7 -at oa beiag The chief opinion groTrs out of the o g T ,-as caught under the stemj applicability oi the act to the noinina- of the ship, the boat being wrecked. ; uon of candidates for the Philadelphia "Meanwaile the chief engineer, twe ceamen and myself fougbr the flasies. 1 gave orders to send 110 more boats j answering tae ( away, as I nad received word from the | is special legis: Carmania that she was hoping to be' with, us by II a. . Life belts were nut on each passenger. The passengers now became calmer. Food ^as served to them. '·At 9 a. m. the bunker was found to be ablaze. It being Impossible to ' stop the Sre ia the bunker on account of gases, the water tight covers were closed and water poured down the AO. 2 hatch into the are, but the fire ·tc-as gaining ail the time. "At 11 a. m. the Carmania arrived and lowered a boat, but could not reach the ship on account of the high municipal court- Considerable space is devoted to contention that the act iatlon and to a strong declaration that the legislature has a rigat to sec-jre Independence of the judiciary and to take judges out of the stress of partisan politics. In so doing it provided, holds 'the court, lor the selection of men to constitute a part of the government and In its provision Regular ioc. Washing Blue Miss Katie O'Neal has returned ] from a visit in Taneytown, Mrs. Crap- jster accompanying her here to spend J several davs. j Rev. and Mrs. H. Hall Sharp, of I JMechaniesburg, are at trie nome of Hoa. \Vm-~A. Martin, on I^ncolu avenue, for the week. Rev. and Mrs. George X. Lauffer, of ewville, are visiting: at t:se nome of Mr. and Sirs. R- A. iiyers, on Centre Square, this week. Mrs. Charles Pfeffer, of Baltimore street, went to York this morning to spend the day. Miss Myrtle Watkins, of Biglerville, is spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Fred Trosell, of Centre Square. Rev. Fr. W. F. Boyle, of West High street, is attending conference in Ilar- risburg to-day. Among xhe town people who -.vent to the Hagerstown fair to-day were Mr. and Mrs. George Spongier, of York street; Mr. and Sirs. William Codori Jr., and Mrs. Abner Mills, of ES.SE 31iddle street; Edgar S. Faber, of Chambersburg street; Robert IX Bream, of Seminary Ridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore K«mp:e. Mrs. William M- Tawney, of Chambersburg street, is spending a few- days with friends at Virginia Mills. Mrs. Howard A. Stoufter, of Chambersburg. has returned home after a short Yisit at the home of her parents, aid not injure the uniformity or elections or restrict the right of the voter to Insert ihu .name of any candidate for -ahom he desired to vote, whether his name appeared on the ballot or not. In this larier connection the opinion refers to the case of Thomas Ross, of plosion. A man who had been working sixty feet away had been decapitated by the force of the blast. Resce parties of miners -were soon on the scene making preparations to j save their comrades. The fiery repnta- J tlcn of the mine, however, gave little i hope that any of those below could be I rescued alive. i The families of the miners rushed to the mouth of ice pit, frantic In their srief and anxiety and determined to sacrifice their own lives if necessary- IE an attempt to save those penned in the shaft. Hundreds of others, led by curiosity or the desire to give aid, clustered about the pit mounh. Special trains and automobiles bearing rescue apparatus, medical sup-| plies, doctors and nurses sped to the I scene. A first aid hospital and a tem-j porary morgue were erected side by 1 side not far from the shaft opening, i Farmers' Day price 50. io Cent Popular Music Farmers' Day price 50. 50c. Ladies' Hand Bags Farmers' Day price ioc. 25c, Boys' Tool Chest Farmers Day price ioc. 15'cent Coal Scuttles "Farmers' Day price toe 5 Cent Pack Envelopes Farmers' Day price 3 Packs 5C. 25 Cent Leather School Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hamilton, on Xorth Washington street- Dr. Stynczynski, president of the Polish National Alliance College, Prof. Piatkowski, of the same institution, and Thomas Butkiewaz Jr., attorney for the Polish National Alliance of the United States, were members of a oarty of distinguished persons who spent Tuesday in town. The exeitempiu grew to extent that hundreds of sue a an! constables | not reach us. ·'Several steamships had arrived n» dusk. The Kroonlaad put away boats,. . _ which made four attempts to come j saj( j teat the right of a voter to Insert alongside, but were swept away each j a name is not abridged and that he enjoys the privilege of inserting a Basse. The court holds that the primary does not mean certain election prevent every can- ·oin going on tae ballot if tno man who runs next to the man receiving the highest vote can have ills name printed. "At 9-30 p. IB. the saloon and chart house were bl3z : ag. The deck, bridge aTc all before the luunel were onrainc j and asks what is to pr fiercely. O::r pumps and dynamo stop-: d:aa:e at a primary fri rea for want of s*eain. The Marconi operators -- ere working with the accumulators until 11 n. m.. when the magazine oa tae bridge blew up, carrying tbe aerial away. "Several boats by this tinie were l-ring oS the ship. They Induced passen- were placed on duty around the head | of the mine. Lines were formed to '· keep the grief-stricken relatives of the penced-up miners from danger. When The call was given for volunteers to enter the mine at the risk of their own lives, hundreds of miners dashed forward and begged to be allowed to join in the relief work. The owners ci the mine express the Farmers' Day price ioc. " 5 Cent can Light House Cleanser Farmers' Day price 7 for 25c. " 5 cent box Light Powder Farmers' Day price 7 for 25C. ·' 5 cent cake LIg boap Fanners' day price 7 for 25c. " 25 cent Bottle Proxide HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE. , It Causes Hardening of the Arteries arid Other Grave Troubles. Physicians have always studied tno im!==e. because ir gives valuable infbr- runtion concerning the body's condition of "health or disease. But it ia only. jceeentJy that they naye_"Degun to «e the lerin "blood pressnreT frequently pressure as "of " io jregaifl ^the aajpjcnt oi " importance. Tb?t"Is because they nojre" have Instrn- uiepts for accurately measuring the pressure, .-which previously Xhey could oa!y estimate by feeling the pulse[ Biood." pressure or .the .degree, of-ten- f siop of the "blood current yrijchin the j arzeriJ ISL chiefiy. significant, because ! n permanent Increase in It is quite sure to be followed In time by hardening of the arteries and by the degerier- j The biood pressure is Increased T T i a number of causes that Increase the riousej force of te 1,^^ beat or that coa- tract the smaller biood vessels. Any excitement--anger, joy. fear, "nervousness""--raises it temporarily- But that is of little importance unless the emotion is frequently repeated or unless the person already has diseased arteries. The blood pressure that Is per- Farmers' day price IOC. I manently high Is more serious. That belief that a blast exploded the coal " 25 Ceat Children S comes from lon^ continued mental excitement, such as worry. Easiness anx- dust. Under-l iet v or P° Lftical strife or from U naer , SI0-000 CHARGE ELIMINATED No! vrear In Kidnap Women. Trir.:d2c. Colo., Oct. 15.--Mrs. JohnJ tive Lad-wig: White House Tells Undsrv/ood Such Contribution Was Made, j Washington. Oct. 15. -- Representa-| his! Farmers' day price ioc.! I '1 cer ta!n poisons that are formed tne system and not properly ex- TJnderwood's reierence ia r I Mrs. Matt Beiger. wives clash with Representative Hobsoa. to j ~ " Ryan having contrib-i :o President "Wilson's when the president r governor of Xew Jer- How T.*u=h Seed Com to Select. It will ren-jre about sevor.teei: ears j of corn per acre to plar.t three keme'.s! per Mil ia ilr.-'K rowed CAIT. if yon j list, it Is tne »-lj«or"s ?UI~K-:.:: that r.oS . "^ ^"-" - . * . » . ^ . _ ~ . j _ ble one in a" Mil siA ibe spree s'^if. I be ss equally di^tril'iiti,"! r.s j-t^"/.*'- RenujjnSer. however, that la soac^tlTii: tb«» corn Sn the field yoiz co over 5i rather hurriedlr. "\Vhen wintor comes and you look the ears over carefully you ·will fir:3 ninny that wi'.l not su.t j u " re o f n you. Of the? may not An oM i.sdy rri»n-'i. uoir dead, "h ::.T: a rop-.tntl^;; -i« n first class cook, or.^o r.vorainoRcet! loe foilo-wing ss an ^xco^ent re"ipe for pickiing beets: IV" ::.e bo^f Tvith n little s;ilt in tbe ~ itcr \Vnc:i CAO: slice nnl pack tight ·^ a ;nr. p-'-:;r : cg over tlsem bolltag hot I'.ie ff»llow!n? mixture: One gallon cider -.iawrar. tliree pounds brown sug- rr. or.c-:oiirt:i pound of ground mustard an.l rienty of ungroxind horserad- i-!i. Cover and keen In a cool place- tne night. "The ohief engineer, the ruarconi men and seamen a^a myself passed the night making small rafts in case tie fire burned through the deck before iayl:ght- "At 5.15 a. m. 'vi'eazlier and s«?a Jiavlijg monerateJ boats were enabled *o come alongside tbe snip, -^^Ics. enabled passengers tc embark ^aickly. All the sceamshsl?; -K- around The ship sent boats. Ko-s were enabled to load three boats passengers at once. The passengers left in an orderly way and there have sent "o L-ufilow to investigate. Accused of $11,454 PostofSce Theft. Cle-.c'.3r.o. O-, Oci. 15.--Edward Silberger, -.-ve^ty-one years old. assistant He Srst boat arrived j r-ostrras'or at Pocahontas. Va_ was ar' est"ri t~"- ^'sstoOce iaspectors ac Be- ea, near "nerc, charged iear.r.c: ?:i.4Ci Ia bank and postoffics V.'EATHES EVERYWHERE. hsc ^-rations of United States Tv-jns crir^cng is a good deal of a speca'ation. a=; is Indicated bv the fail- e that do iuit a number | at ^zjfm, l r strong. un«s the corn i Btiglu b.t t Is properly dried and stored. A, rule is to select twice as many cars from good 1'innts 5n the field as nr^ needed to pJar-t the reiinired number of acres next j ear. This nllo^rs a very close selc"tioa to be made during tlie Vinter.--Kansas Farmer. ;«g company, capitalized located at Houston, Mo. the plants, and forthwith the fori'i ho;if-s of the backers of the enterprise f.idwi into thin air. Some folks may in,ike money raising ginseng, but a good m n n y more -n-ill have more dollars 5n t!.e end if t'uey devote the same cnerfrv nr.d brains to growing potatoes, ojiions or most any standard crop. no panic, troraea breaking down anc j crying "when help was alongside, anc | · all. about 400 passengers, were off ta« | | . ·_ T- *.__ c -~ T»X T c-^i-sT-i^'Hck^ ^?io ;^JIT i S ship by S a. in- . - I searched the myself and found no one else on board j so decided to abandon her 7 ,as thc ! No. 3 hatch was well alight by now EO with remainder of the crew I em barked on board the Krooaland. "The ship was abandoned in lati tuoe 49.30 north, longitude 34.57 west.' weather bureaus taken as. 8 p. m. vesterday follow: Temp. "vTeather, Altar.y ......... *2 P. Cloudy. Clear. Rain. 54 Atlantic City ---- =-* Eos'oa ......... Buffalo ......... Railroad President Dies. Oxford, Me., Oct. 15.--J. R- Parrott j president of the Florida East Coas! I railroad, died at his summer camj j J here of angina pectoris. Mr. Parrot! j j had been closely associated with the late H. M. Flagler in business. BRACELET found between Gettysburg and Bonneauville. Owner can get same at F. J. Sneeringer's.--advertisement New Orleans ____ Xe« York ...... Ph:Ja5fiphia ---- St.I.on:s ....... Wash ir.gton ..... 70 60 68 35 Clear. Clear. Ck-ar. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. The Weather. Fair today and tomorrow; northv.e?£ winds. ·ear In the official re- j e Congressional Record. j The TvT.ite House informed Under- j wood that no such contribution everj nad been received, and the Democratic \ floor leader struck the reference from j Package Matches Farmers* day price 3 packs for i oc, " 15 cent Leather Palm. and finger husking"glove Farmers' day price ioc pr. io cent Doll Hammocks his speech before the Record went to press- Judge Speer Very JII. i Mount Airy. Ga.. Oct. 15.--Federal; Judge Emory Speer has been brought j to his £o:ne here from the North; Carolina mountains In a condition of] health which gives his friends andp family much alarm. He has not left his bed since his return. An investigation of charges against the judge's official conduct Is being delayed by the house judiciary because of j his ill-health. | Farmers' day price 5 io cent Bonnets and Sweeping Caps Farmers' day price 5c 5 cent Roll Toilet Paper Farmers' day price 7 for 250. 1 products of digestion, especially j blood pressure by causing the smaller i arteries to contract. In small amounts these rKHS° as excreted at once, but ia persons eat large quantities of meat, especially, of bee? aid mutton--poultry and fish are less harmful--they are sometimes formed In amounts so large that £fae kidneys cannoi dispose of them promptly. \Vhea this happens, especially If it occurs In a person who Is under a constant mental strain,' Iffce the politician, the financier or the chronic Bonier, there is grave danger of a permanently blgli blood pressure and. fpno\dng that, of hardening of the arteries and of kidney disease, mental disturbance, or apoplexy. 'if yon must -worry be a vegetarian; if you must eat meat do so only one* a day or, better still, every other day. --Youth's Companion- i Lots of other bargains on all counters. Watch for our pre- j German Ar^y Airrnan Killed. j usm alK J rfon't forget to I Berlin, Oct, 15.-- Lieutenant Koemg. miu:uicuiu u I a military aviator, fen aui was killed bring the children along tor a - ] a military aviator, fell arcl was killed i Dring tne cnuurcii «M«ug tw a. [ at the Neuendorf aerodrome, near Ber-, souve nir. All Special goods Farmer Struck by Train; May Die. Hazleton, Pa., Oct. 15.-- John Caste' gar, sixty-three years old. a Brandon- j ville farmer, was struck by a train i at Vulcan and so badly injured that hs I may die. His horse was^kllled. OX Oct. ISth will have my opening of millinon,' goods and ask for con- f your patronage. Mabel A. BABY conch foi sate cheap. 144 street--advertisement. BaltO St. Trimmer s IP Opposite Court House The writer doesn't Hfce to appear In the guise "of- a pessimist touching tne potato situation, but he is persuaded that the shortage of the crop for tae Country as a whole is a good deal larger than those produce papers. JKkted for tbe most" part ja the Interest, of commission men and retailers, are just now giving their readers to stand. Jsot only Is the yield of tubers iess'than half what it was m many sections last year, but coupled with this is a reduction of the acreage planted following the glutting of the markets with last year's crop. These two conditions 'seldom come together. but they have this year !a a rather aggravated fashion. In view of the high prices which are quite likely to prevail it will be a good idea to pick up at digging time any potatoes that will be "large enough for seed: ~ " " " JEWS PA PER I -IWSPAPKR!

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