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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, October 21, 1913
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All persons are warned not to trespass on the premises of the under- lifted with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game in any manner; nor for fisMng,or in any 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 1905. -, William Allison, SamT. Walters farm, Hamiltonban township. John D. Rfley, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. . -- 3Irs. 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. Kime, Butler Township, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. ML Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. George E. Harman, R- 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R. 2, Biglervll!e. Mrs. Matilda TL. Codori, Cumberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot, Straban Township. . D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, Biglerville, 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. BiddJe, ML Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, ML Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Bam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K. Major, Straban Township- John W. Mcllhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. .' Robert Harner, Greenmount, Pa. Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. ^ ' Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Wiiliam Coshun, Straban Township. Elias Wolford, 3lL Pleasant Township. H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. . "" _I .£ C. H. Rummeil on C. I- Osborne farm, Menallen township. Wm. 31. Bigharn's Sons, Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Liberty Township. 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. WhLsler, ML Pleasant Township, R. 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. George Herring, Highland Township. W. F. Herbst. Orrtanna R. 1. J? O. B. Sharretts, Cumberland Township, R. 2, Gettysburg. Pa. G. E. Stallsmith, Straban Township. R- 9. Gettysburg, Pa. John Dick, Kofiaeker Farm, Straban Township. Gilbert Rudisill, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg Route 1. J. E. Jacobs. Eugene S. Kelly farm, Cumberland Township. J. Clayton Rider, Mt- Joy Township, Gettysburg R. 1. Charles Fidler, (W. E. Golden farm). R-1, Biglerville, Butler Twp. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. John H. Eckert. Straban township, Gettysburg, R. 8. Otis Walter. (Conrad Walter Farm) R, 1, Tillie, Franklin Township. E. F. Strausbaugh, Orrtanna R. 1. _ _. JL- Albert Hollinger. Cumberland tov--aship, Gettysburg, R. 6. Beardorff Brothers. Tiliie. Pa. Franklin Township. E. P. Garrettson, Butler Township- *~ f ~^[ / John and Frank Garrettson, Menallen Township. R. H- Black, R- 2. Gettysburg. Cumberland-Township. Mrs. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg Route 6. D. S. Reynolds, Straban Township Gettysburg Route 9. W. A..Bigbam, Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, R. 3. John Groscost. R. 7. Gettysburg, Straban Township. Garfield Jacobs. R. 13, Gettysburg: near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff. Highland Township, (Mrs. H. B. Mover Farm). H. S- Mertz, Hamilton Township.- (Campbell and Moyer Farm). James L. Bigham. Freedom Township, Gettysburg^ Pa. Levi Crum, Menallen Township. Mrs. Andrew Brough, R. 1. Aspers Menallen Township. L. H. Meals, Cumberland Township. R- -5 Gettysburg. C. W. Black (J. Carna Smith Farm) R- 2. Gettysburg, ML Joy Twp. Wm. H. Johns, Cumberland township and Gettysburg. George W. Wolf. R. 3. Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. .Edmund Little, (John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Harris Cook, Menallen Township- Walter C. Snyder. R. 12, Gettysburg:. Pa., Cumberland Twp. Bayly Farm- Vincent Redding. R. 8, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Edward Redding R. 9. Gettysburg. Straban Township, A. J. Smith Farrn. H. E- Boyd. Guldens, Pa., Straba n and ML Pleasant Townships. Harry S. Trestle, Straban Township. Edward A. Trestle, Straban Township. Jofcn Leese, on Xathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8- W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township, Gbg. R- S. Mervin Black. Biglerville, Menalien Township. Mrs. Martha Reed, near Arendtsvi lle. Waybright Rice, Biglerville, Pa. H. S. Croiuer. 3It- Joy Township, R- 2, Gettysburg. Pa- John S." Wolf. Straban Township, R- 7, Gettysburg, Pa. Clarence Hoffman, R. 2, Biglervili e, Pa. J. C. Walter, Butler Township, R- 2, Biglerville, Pa- Robert Witherow. Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa- Frank Herr. Cumberland Townshi p, R-13. Gettysburg. Pa- Frank Eicholtz. Freed Farm. Straban Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa- D. W. Stoops. Highland Township, R- 4. Gettysburg. Pa. J. Martin Bream. Tyrone Township, R- 3, Biglerville, Pa. H. H. Hart, R- 6, Gettysburg. Pa., Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz. ML Joy Townsh ip, Gettysburg, Route 1. J. A. Wetzel (Mary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Township. J. 31. Bushman. (3iary A. Snyder Farm) Franklin Township. J. W. Tate, Tyrone Township, R- 4- Xew Oxford. J. W. Cook, Menallen Township, Flora Dale. Pa. A-1- Osbome. R. 2, Bigierville. Allen Barnes, (Cromer Farm) Cmiberland Township, R. 13. Gettysburg Cbas. E- Schultz, (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township. R. -5, Gbg- R. A. DJehl, (Minler Farm) Butle r Township, Star Route, Biglerville Pa- John B. Eiker. Cumberland Towns hip. R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa, Additional names, 50 cents for satire season. Public Auction SULZER SCORES TAMMANY HALL Says He Refused to Obey Die-! lator About Appointments. SPURNED .MURPHY'S MONEY Declares That When He Determined to be His Own Master His Destruo tion Was Decreed. New York, Oct. 21.--Thai Charles F. Murphy, leader of TammaEy Kail offered noney to \Vil!iam Subrer, aji, ! that the impeacbmenL of Salzer resulted Irom his refusal to take or ders from ifce chief of the Tamman} clan, was tee charge made by tbe ousted Governor in an interview printed in an evening newspaper. According to the former Governor, his political death was ihe outcome of a conspiracy which began when Sulzer refused to accept money from ilurphy just before he took oSce a; the State executive. Sulzer said he ernres=ed surprise when Murphy offered him money with which to pay his debts. In his state- mentment the former Governor boldly charges that the Tammany chieftain subsequently sent agents to him. The ofier of money, he adds, was subsequently mace in a more alluring form, but Sulzer declared that he had taken office determined to shake o5 the shackles o: Tammany and spurned every advance from that source. The statement is the long-promised "exposure" which Sulzer wanted to make during hss trial in Albany, but was withheld by his lawyers. In addition to exposing a conspiracy, he says, he wants to show m the public how the Tammany organization does its work. ilurpfay is alleged to have demanded appointments from the Governor, and their second meeting took place at the home of Judge McCall. the Tammany candidate for Mayor, declares Sulzer. At that time, Sulzer asserts. Murphy gave h:ni a list of names of Tammany men he ?. anted appointed to office. Big issues," which have been agitating New York city and the rest of the State, ivere discussed, says the deposed Governor, and Murphy showed no hesitation in giving his views. Murphy wanted James Gaffney, a dy ed-ln-the-'B'ool Tammany man, to be State Highway Commissioner, Sulzer asserts, this being a rich oSSce for contract work. Sulzer declares Mur phy grew threatening and practically demanded that GafTney be given the place on penalty of having Taramany hurl its ponderous strength agains the Governor. The late Mayor Gaynor's name is brought into the article and, accord ing to his assertions, Sulzer acted on the advice of Gaynor when he broke away from ilurphy and Tammany. Sulzer declares Murphy made wrath ful threats when it seemed that Sul zer was getting too progressive in his ideas for Tammany Hail, and Tammany's old-fashioned politica methods. Finally Salzer says. Tv il':rpay saw that the Governor was determined to be independent, he sail ted his attacks and began to place obstacles in the way of prison in vestigation and other reforms. Sulzer reveals considerable "insid J history."' "Unknown to the people o j the State, ae and Murphy -were a I war from the moment ihat he (Sulzer' \ras inaugurated. Murpay. according to the ousted Governor, attempted get the Governor under financial ob ligations to him so that, he could dom inate the State Macainers, but failed The broadside takes a s!ap at th Legislature, ·which Salzer asserts i mainly dominated by Tammany Hai in this city. He teiis of arrempts ti kill his progressive legislation, am make his administration appear to b of little account. Sulzer says the fina threat frcm Murphy was that of irn peachmeat. and declares that if h had called off the investigation o State departments he would not hav been impeached. Saturday October 25., At one o'clock, on Centre Square. All sorts of Household goods. Chas. S. Mumper and Co, AIMS TO J3E_SPEAKER Sulzer Says He Will be Back as Gov ernor In Year and Three Months. Albany, X. Y.. Oct. 21.--"111 b back In this house in a year and thre months as Governor of this Stat again." This remary made by former Gov ernor "William Suizer to an friend in the executive mansion, show what plans the deposed chief execn Uve has for regaining the power whic the court of impeachment took from him. He expects to accept the Pro gresslve nomination for Assembly the Sixth District of Manhattan. He is certain that he win be elected to the Assembly. He thinks that the body will surely be nominated by Progressives and the representatives 01 the direct primary partisans and that his election as Speaker will be easy 10 accomplish- Once elected speaker he plans tc wage a continuous battle for all oi the popular measures of the day, direct primaries, popular elections oi all ederal officers, recall of judges anc judicial decisions--in short he will gel upon what he believes is rapidly be coming the popular side of every issue. As the exponent of these ideas, Mr Sulzer thinks that his elevation from the Sieakershlp to the Governor's chair next fall will be assured. EDWARD A. M'CALL Tammany Candidate for Mayor of New York in Sulzer Scandal. hoes 1SI3. by American Press Association. EPISGOPALS ELECT FOUR NEW BISHOPS make lasting friends There's a lot of pleasure in selling Sclz Shoes. Most ·v^ people are easy to fit with them and they are generally :H pleased over their tee is One More Vacancy In Missionary Field, New York, Oct- 21.--The house o f i bishops of the Protestant Episcopal? Church elected four new bishops to all vacancies in the missionary field by death, resignation or transfer. A fifth vacancy was not filled. Rev. Dr. Milo H. Gates, vicar of the chapel of York, was vacancy there was made through the transferrence of bishop Albion "W. Knight to the university of the suots! at Swanee, Tenn., -where he will be the vice-chancellor- Rev. Dr. Hugh Burieson, secretary of the chnrch board of missions, which has headquarters in New York, be- eejnes bishop of the missionary district of Norta Dakota- Dr. Burieson will take ihe place of bishop Cameron, ilann, who goes to southern Florida, where a vacancy was created by the recognition of Bishop Gray. Hev. Dr. "vT. B. Gates; now principal of Columbia institute at Columbia. Tenn., becomes b:shop_ of Spokane, taking the place of Bishop L. H, Wells [ who resigned because of old age. j Rev. Dr. F. B. Howden. rector ofj St. John's P. E. Church at George-j town, D. C., was elected bishop o f i Xew Mexico. Tr.e vacancy there was j caused by the death of Bishop Kend-j rick. ] Another -vacancy exists in the mis-] sionary district of Porto Rico through | the recognition of Bishop James H. j Van Buren who retired about a yearj ago. It is understood the house of · bishops lefz this vacancy unfilled ini order to permit search for a man' thoroughly familiar with the Spanish language. purchase as \vc v/crc in sell- incr. Another good point about Sclz Shoes is, they generally make good lasting friends. So much more pleasant t', sec a customer come back and order the same kind of shoes they had last season. Selz customers do this. That's why they are making the famous Sclz Wau- kcnphast that has been a Selz standard for man}" years. People just ain't get tired uf them. They're not~ t'uit kind. Ever sec a pair? Let us show them to you. That's a pleasure too. We like to see skeptical people come to our store. They are easily convinced. The Sehi Guarantee is a "question settler." Cjiiie in and read it. -- · For sale by Raymond 6 Myers "Selz Royal Elue" Store SULZER FOR ASSEMBLYMAN Nominated by Progressives in Sixth New York District. Xew York. Oct. 21.--William Suizer impeached as Governor of the State was nominated for the Assembly by the Progressives of the Sixth Assembly district. Mr. Sulzer 5s 1SS9 began hfe- pDubhc career as a member of this branch of the State Legislature. Post Toasties Are mighty handy to have in house as well as mighty good to eat direct from the package with cream. Besides being the most delicious ready cooked cereal food made of corn these crisp, crinkly flakes serve many another useful purpose in home cooking. Rolled into crumbs and used as an outer dressing fur breaded veal, lamb, chicken, pork or ham; they give a z r st to the 'fry' that make the home folks ask for more. ' "WANTED: woman over 25 for- a _ 'saleswoman. Address Lebo, Box 113, Chambersburg.--advertisement Deer Battles With Bull. Pottstown. Pa.. Oct. 21.--Hired men on Edwin Gerber's farm near Pine Forge, witnessed a desperate Sght between a large deer and a. dehorned buii. The deer had the advantage and sank its antlers Into the bull's bead and sides. TTith'pitcMorks the men drove the deer away, and leaping a five-foot stone fence it ran toward ilonocacy. Dog Finds Sick Man in Barn. Orange, N. .1-, Oct. 21.--James Lahey, 35 years o!d, 5s in a critical con dition in the Orange Memorial hospital as a result of having spent four days and four nights ill and helpless, without food or drink, In a barn in Lalie^ide avenue, TVest Orange. A dog found him and led searchers to the barn. Softened with milk and used with usual spicing and fixing as an inside dressing for baked fish or fowl they impart a delicate flavor to the finished dish, remindful of the chestnut fillings that cast a halo around the days of old time cooking. Post Toasties are sold by Grocers every where-and eveiy- here folks who relish good things to eat, appreciate the delicae Indian Corn flavor that makes "The Memory Linger" W Tame Deer Ruining Crops. Hagerstown. Md.. Oct. 21.--Deerff are so plentiful in the South Mountain and have become so tame that they are giving the farmers living in the valley considerable trouble by feedins on their growing crops. FOR SALE: several choice building lots fronting on. South street. Apply George P. Black, --advertisement ' j I will be in my room on the ' Square over "Stallsmith's Store" on second floor, every , Wednesday afternoon from . 12.30 to 8 o'clock, where I will do fitting, or I will call on yon in your home, at your convenience, on any Thursday, upon receipt of post card. Please cail and see the SpireUa corsets ani corset accessories. ANNA 0. MYERS, New OxfoT.1, Pa Spirclla. Corseticrrc. FAMOUS BABCOCK LADDERS I Fnll assnrtmMit now in stock, consisting of: 5 Full assortment now in stock, Straight ladders, extension ladders, step ladders and special fruit ladders. Every'piece'oOhis well known brand is made from second growth * ~ spruce with rungs of ash or elm. H. P. MARK, ARENDTSVrLT.E NFWSPAPFR! JEWS PA PER I

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