The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on October 25, 1913 · Page 3
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4J11 persg«B are -warned not to trespass on the premises of ngn*4 witflMog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game in the under_.,,_-,,. r -_ -,,,, «. f purpose of taking game in any manner^ mir fd,rnsi£iig,orin aisy way injuring or destroying property. All persons jio- latin^'the la-ars of the commonwealth "wiib regard to trespassing on lands ol the iBders2inerlwiIl"b«' dealt with under tie provisions of the Act of April 14, «n/\r;-V J%f'' · ~ -~ ' *· William Allison, Sam'L Walters farm, Hamiltonban township. Join p. EHey, E. 12, (Gettysburg, Pa; Cumberland" Township. ljf rsl y. JB. 'Hughes, Cnmberjaniil' ^Tovgiship. « Ifrank jumper, E. l/Gettysbur^'Pal · , Z j. - * Cl'J. Deardorff, Orrtasna/rV '~,~' ' - "· Charles'Tfiftgaman (BrT'^.'JI. J3'^fal Farm)" Highland Township. " - Q. B. jSfaank, Straban Township, fL 7,' Gettysburg, Pa. J[. H. Kuhn ( J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, .Gettysburg, Pa. Mt Joy Twp. Jacob Fronaroeyer, Straban Township.', - GTeorgeJL Harman, R. 6, Gettysburg; Pa. Butler'Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, E. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. £ex, Box 50, R. 2, BiglervDle. * Mrs. Slatilda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. S^amuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Ta., Cumberland Township. Jf L. Toot, Straban Township. * _ pl L. Jacobs, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. Bntler Township. Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. IMward A. Scott, R. 4, Gettysburg, freedom Township. Jl D. Brown, Highland Township. * E. F.TBiddle, lit. Pleasant Township, R- 8, Gettysburg. P. J Eeile, R. 12, Gettysburg/Pa., Cumberland Township, fceo Frommsyer, Mt. Pleasant Townsjhip. Martin Winter, Cumberland Tcvmshlp and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehruig, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert !£-' Major," Straban Township. Jbhn'yi McIIhenny Farm R. 1, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F.' Eebert, Seven Stars, Pa.' G. W. Eldon, BendersviEe,Ta. George D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. Robert Harner, Greenmonnt, Pa. Harry E. Shriver, Batler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. G, Gettysburg. Wafiam Coshun, Straban Township. Eiias Wolford, ilt Pleasant Township. H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. C. H. Rummell on C. L. Osbome farm, Menallen township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Liberty Township. Jacob F. Peters, Tyrone Township R- S, Biglerville, Pa. Charles Essick and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C- Coulson,~Butier Township. A. S. Whisler, ML Pleasant Township, R. 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black, R-1, Biglerville, Pa, George Herring, Highland Township. W. F- Kerbst, Orrtanna R. 16. B. Sharretts, Cumberland Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. G. E. Stallsmith, Straban Township, R- 9, Gettysburg, Pa- John Dick, Hoffacker Farm, Straban Township. Gilbert Rudisill, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg Route 1- J. E. Jacobs, Eugene S. Kelly farm, Cumberland Township,. J. Clavton Rider, Mt. Joy Township, Gettysburg R. 1- Charles Fidler, (W. E- Golden farm), E- 1, Biglerville, Bntler Twp. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. John H. Eckert, Straban township, Gettysburg. R. 8. Otis Walter, (Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, Tffiie, Franklin Township. E. F. Strausbaugfe, Orrtanna. R- 1. Albert Hollinger, Cumberland township, Gettysburg, R. 6. Deardorff Brothers, TQlie, Pa. Franklin Township. E- P. Garrettson, Batler Township. John and Frank Garrettson, ilenaUen 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. Bigham, Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, R. 8. John Groscost, R. 7, Gettysburg, Strafaan Township. Garfield Jacobs, E. 13, Gettysburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff, Highland Township, (Mrs. H. B. Moyer Farm). H-~S. Mertz, Hamilton Township.. (Campbell and Mover 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- Cama Smith Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Mt. 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. S, Gettysburg: Straban Township. Edward Redding- R. 9, Gettysburg, Straban Township, A. J^ Smith J'arrn^ H- E. Boyd, Guldens, Pa., Straban and Mt- Pleasant Townsmps". Harry S. Trostle, Straban Township. Edward A. Trostle, Straban Township. John Leese. on Nathan Brown farm. Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Breamtenant) Straban Township., Gbg- R. 8. Mervin'Black, Biglerville, Menallen Township. Mrs- Martha Reed, near Arendtsville. Wavbright Rice, Biglerville, Pa. H. S. Cromer, 31t- Joy Township, R- 2, Gettysburg, Pa. John S. Wolf, Straban Township, R. t, Gettysburg, Pa. ' Clarence Hoffman, E- 2, Biglervflle, Pa. J. C.TValter, Bntler Township, R. 2, Biglerville, Fa- Robert Witherow, Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Herr, Cumberland Township, 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, Mt- Joy Township, Gettysburg, Route 1. J. A. Wetzei (Mary A. Snyder farm) iranklin Township. J. M. Bushman, (Mary A. Snyder Farm) Franklin Township. J. W. Tale, Tyrone Township, E- 4. New Oxford- J. W. Cook, Menallen Township, Flora Dale, Pa. A-1- Osborne, E. 2, Biglerville. ' Allen Barnes, (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township, R-13, Gettysburg Chas- E. Schaltz, (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township, R- 5, Gbg. R. A. Diehl, (Minter Farm) Butle Township, Star Route, Biglerville Pa, John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. W- J- Beamer, Straban and Mt- Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg, R. 8. C. E. Tawnev, Mt- Pleasant Township, "Gettysburg R. 8- C. W. Toner^ (E. A. Grouse Farm) Menalien Township, R, R- Idaville, Pa J. Blaine Bushey, Franklin Township, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. Jacob Groscost, Tyrone Township R- 't, Gettysburg, Pa. W. T/Howard, Straban Township- Curtin McGlaaghlin (John P- Butt Farm) Franklin Township. James Sanders, (N. H. Musselnian Farm) HamHtonban Township. Ho.i!Faisi-BreaTn, Straban Township, R- 9, Gettysburg, Pa. Allen Redding (Eobt- S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. ;·; WilKam-J.-Eckenrode. Cumberland Township. G. G. GnSn,.Straban Township, Route 9, Gettysburg. ! " ? ""Dem:on""Hoff (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butler Township. -, Jrvin R- Snyder, Bonneauville, Pa. Harvey Scott, Cumberland Township. Jacob Boyd, Mt. Joy Township/R-13, Gbg. (William Cromer Farm) S. F. Bushman, Franklin Township, R- 5, Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. D. N. Hoffman, Biglerville Route 2. Additional names, 50 cents for entire season. JOHN A. HENNESSY Fvjakes Bitter Attacks on Tammany · - t ^ ' ' and McCall in New York EATON BOUGHT P. Q. n p E D _ Q ? |15.000 Taligti |fi 9fi8 Tim. is OK 1S!2. by- American Pr CHURCHMEN DECRY BY CHILDREN Episcopalians to Work For Welfare of Uttia Toiiers, Legs! Advtser Testifies Concerning rhe Affection eS AdrranU and His Wife. Plymouth. Mass., Oc:. 25.--Tie de- lease in tae trial of Mrs. jenare May Eaton for the niGr«ler oy pO'*°3 o! her husband. Hfeir Aca:.ra! Joseph G. Eaioa, iatrotiaced evifieace ia sappor: of its two aiain conieaiicns. tfcat tae- Admiral M'as addicted :o tue use oi drags, and that bis v.-,:e. mstead o: pSotnag bis ceatb, lovc-c iiin and war loyal to lilm. "stcries of apparent iiiioiicauon on ine part o: the Adaasr^i -.vere told 1» Peier S. McXaily, "a newspaper re porter; Miss Mary M. Si^-moas, i. school reacher; Lieutenant S. S. Keyes, a naval cineer, auJ Ltrs. Benja raia S. Bianchard ?.- i J^cob AV Brown, physicians. * McXalJy described ti-e Admiral's be havior and appearance ou several occasions, sayiag that ce" appeared to be under tee iaauence'ofuifoxicaTiis but that the odor of liquor c-OTitf no* be detected on .him. --:eaiesa3t* £e"ye said that ·crhea Admiral Sarca wa? a captain ;E command o: the battle ship Massachusetts lie spent au enrirt night on deck clutching the rail. Dr. Jacob VT. Brown, a Boston practitioner, now serving a jail term for illicit practices, testlned that at Admiral Eaton's request he had prescribed a preparation containing arsenic. The prescription called for ·ioOO FS'!S* each containing one one hundredth of a grain of the poison. Mrs. Eatoa will testify asd me remaining witnesses-ior ihe defense will be heard Sloneiay. T-arer the Admiral brought some of the pills to the witness, saying that a child had died from eating one of them. Another zime the Admiral Slow the Safe at Attica, (X, an'd' Wreck to Buiiding. Canton, OH- 25, -- Bookers Wew cpes . ^sa'e of the post office at Aitiea, O-. seven ni^Iies west oi here, and escaped a-ith'loot estimated at $15/. l OO- f Tlie cvjplosion of the safe, winch rocked the town, and awakened the satire population, demolished tLJe ;wo-story 'building which sheltered :he postoffice, but did not prevent the /obbers f?oai getting away. The sum they obtained represents not oaly the mouew and stamps of ;he office,, but large sums of money ielcasias to tiie "Seneca County Fair association and other organizations of which Postmaster AV. R Uhle was treasurer. Uaie was recently appointed postmaster and had not yet arranged to pass over funds of some of the offices with private coacems which he had formerly held. " *' There vras no trace ci the robbers. The first man to reach the scene was a night watchman from a baak two doors from the post-office. IS BETTER CURE even New Yori, Oct. 25.--A plea for the j-elfare of 2.UOO.OCO children under IS years cf age, ,v:ho are employed :n fa'ctories, mines, stores and other establishments throughout the country, tvas 'voiced 'in. the House of Deputies of the Protestant Episcopal Church, in General Conveauon here. A resolution adopted by the Deputies called on the House of Bishops showed him some capsules, vhieb, he to unite "with them ia condemnation of the employment of such minors and to urge tae extension of vocational raining.. The resolution recited that many thousands of children are working under certificates ia which said, contain^*? arsenic and which he ;:sed to kill dogs. He said Admiral Eaton ·a as often intoxicated when he called on him. Judge George W. Keliey. of Rockland, friend and legal adviser of the » U i £ \ . i U tii-i\J.^i. V-tii tiJ-iV-ti-^T^-^ *** " -iifc.--· -- -- f -- · rhev are false!" represented as being Haion faraily, testiSed concerning the i of the legal age for employment. - -- --- = *= ' ^Rev. Dr. William Cabell Brown, Archdeacon or Brazil, was so-niriated bv the House, of Bishops missionary bishop of Cuba. His selection must be ratified by the House of Deputies. The House of Deputies adopted a. resolution authorizing tse Board of Missions to co-operate with other Christian Boards of Missions in this country and elsewhere. Uany Deputies ar the morning session opposed a resolation to sesd a delegation to the Federal Council of ! the "Churches of Christ in America. This resolution was adopted by aa overwhelming vote. The opposition to the program o! Christian cc-operaticn. both in worship' and missionary endeavor, was identified with the High Church wing of the House. Xot all High Churchmen opposed it. however. George ·RTiarton Pepper, of Philadelphia, being a conspicuous exception. affection of Admiral Eaton and the wife. The Admiral once said to Judge Keller: '·I hava a remarkable wife who has been of great help to me, but she has one obsession, her daughter June." ,,,,,,,, _ Mrs. Eaton had often expressed General fondness for the Admiral, although she did aot always speak of him in aifectionate terms. She told J«dg« Kelley thax her husband was becom ing insane" through the "use of drugs bet when the witness proposed hav ing hira arrested or committed to an insane hospital, she declared that she would not allow any one *~to harm a hair of the Admiral's head." Judge Ke.ley had no personal knowledge drugs. BRIDE ROBBED JOHN D. OF $2000, IS CHARGE Alleged to Have Taken Rockefeller's Railroad Capos, ~sb ff'~ £.-- New York, Oct. 25.--|Irs. Eveline P. Rutherford, a bride of'p'ne 1 month/was arrested on aa indiejbnent' charging her -with cashing 700 20 1 coupons on Southern Pacific 4 per 'cent, bonds belonging to John D. Rockefeller. The young woman before her marriage was employed in the coupon department of the Southern Pacific railway. It is alleged that on the day she gave up her position to be married to James A. Rutherford she concealed the coupons about tier person 'and "de- no'sited them to her credit in a bank at Atlantic Highlands, X. J-, where she resided. She is said to have confessed to having spent $400 "ot the proceeds on her trousseau and to have returned the balance to the Southern Pacific company. RAIL WORKERS ASK RAISE Western Eenginemen and Firemen No- tofy Roads of Wage Demsnd. Chicago, Oct. 25.--Forty thousand locomotive enigenrnen and firemen employed by ninety railroads running vrest ot Chicago, have notified officials o£ the lines that they will terminate their present labor agreements on Xo- vember 19 and demand a wage increase aggregating S50.000.000 a year. The railroads in turn notified TVarren 3. Stone, chief of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and W. S. Carter, chief of the firemen, that they would welcome a readjustment of s-age schedules. In addition to a wage increase me arement and engineers are aslsing icr a joint contract with the roads. The advance sought ranges ^between 25 cents ana SI a hundred rsiies. according to the nature of the service. Even tae slightest cough or ccld may prove serious, dangerous, *fc.«» fatal if not checked in time. Consumption is only the result of neglect. It is not hereditary and is positively preventable. In {act, if k your lungs are vreak and every cough pains you and you feel your strength growing less every ~Jay/you" can regain perfect health, and strength fay the regular'use of * * Emulsion FOR COUGHS, COLDS, B.ROHCH1TIS AND WEAK LWGS BEAR'S EMULSION is really pleasant to take and Is far superior *o any cod liver oil 'or other emulsions on the market. Hundred's of voluntary "testimonials prove its ·wonderful value. It may save your life and it is guaranteed to relieve and benefit you, or we refund yoar money. Write for full information regarding actual results told by thousands of users. Free oa retjuestT' DR. JOHN D. BEAR, Ph.D. ELKTON, VA. BEAR'S EMULSION is recommended and ld by People's and Hubcr'sDrug Stcre. Gc-ttvsbur? Pa.: .* y ' An Honestly Built Stove that Admiral Eaton used FIELDER TO DESIGN MONDAY "Fears"Rem3in«H3~as~Ac7ing-Governor Might Cloud Title if Elected. Bnrliagton, 1ST. J.. Oct. 25. -- Acting Governor Fielder made the announce-j Bient that ae \riii resign Best Men-j day. This action "will be taken to avoid the possibility of complications under tae_constitutional provision pro- S.ibiting a governor from succeeding hiinself- I ilr. Fielder, while merely acting I governor, feels that in. the event of his election to the governorship, the question of his eligibility may be raised. Lecn R. Ta:-ior. Moamouth county, speaker of the house, -wr.! become acting governor in ilr. Fielder's place- Girl K:!isd on RaiJroad WiKves-Barre. Oct. 25.--Bertha Ko- iislcj, aged IS years, -was Killed, and Tillie Xovak. aged 17, was badly injured by an engine of the Delaware and Hudson Company, which ^as switching In the yards here. The girls, with several others, were on their way to work in a factory. They formed a l:se and walked the railroad tracfes as a short cut. They took each other's hands and while they were laughing a switch engine caine upon them. WILSON FROWNS ON QIFT Opposes Mann's Suggestion of §2000 House Fund for Wedding Prssent. "^ashiaston. Oct. 25.--That a move ment starter, in the house of representatives for each member to contributes money towards the purchase of a pres ent for iliss Jessie TCTIso'n on the occasion of Ijev marriage, oa November 25. to Francis B. Sa^: o. w :il politely be discouraged ^as indicated. The president does not desire that costly pres ents obtained by subscription be given to his daughter. Representative ilana. Republican leader in tha house, proposed to a groap of his associates the purchase of a present and tbc idea was enthusiastically received. The proposal was each member coniricrate 55, which --onld make the total aboat §2000. That SeHs On Merit. '..-- .' .... .../t- .The Penn Esther range -»*C*»...r does not have a-lpt of fancy decoration lhai is hard to keep clean--a.nd at the same time It f is excelled by none in appearance. Ijc is .the most solidly .built and Jbesj: general purpose cookino- rano-e \ve know. One O O that \ve can conscientiously o-uarantee. O H. T. MAKING BrnWInsLiormeriy occupied t'i" Straw Slacker Co. Rear of old Reading Ftei^ht Dcpt. FURNITURE S li.u ing disconrsnuv^i oar Stove business on account of not havinir __j room v» handle we are nov. turning ail our time and elTort? to the g urniturc business tioili modern and antique. At this time v.e are well j|j stodcwl have one of the best lots of goods that v.-e have hatl for some § time. Thi? \vk we are suing special prices all over the house. Buy no-,v anl s.i-.e s. £Ox! liisconsit for yourseif. Charles S. Mumper Co. gBjHT^^nai3^r" : ^gg : M5^^ SSSi Will Try Schmidt November 12 Xew York. Oct. 25.--Judge Foster in the Court o? General Sessions grantee the application of counsel ""for Hans Schmidt, confessed slayer of Anna Aumaller. for the appointment of a commission to ta-.e testimony ia Germany regarding prisoner's sanity. The proceedings will be held before the United States Consul at Frank- fort-on-iheO.ra'a- The trial of the case cere was tenvatively set for Xoveza- ber 12. SHIP ICE BOUND SIX YEARS Missing Vessel Discovered with No Sign of Life Seattle, ^asa.. Oct. 25.--The steamer Centennial, which left Huroran, Japan, six years ago for Sap. Francisco with a cargo of sulphur and was never heard from, is reported fast in the ice of Saghalin Island. Okhotsk Sea. near Siberia. A Russian expedition. bound through the Okhotsk Sea. discovered t!ie missing vessel with lifeboats gone, the name partly obliterated and her iron work corroded. There was no sign of a human being on the ship. Commutes Land Fraud Sentences -Washington. Act. 25.--President TTIison commuted the sentences of Frederick A. Hyde and Joost H. Schneider, cf California, convicted of land fraud conspiracies, to one year and a day imprisonment for each, pro- v!d ; ng they pa~ the fines imposed. 510,000 on Hyde and StOOO on Schneider. ' The court gave Hyde two years and Schneider one year and two months. Owing to the inclement weather on Farmers' Day, C SPECIAL PRICE,® on all goods will be continued this week. *_J I C. B. Kitzmiiler FORBES and Forney will stll a car load of good colts at public sale at York Springs, Friday, advertisement October 31.-- WE have for sale a choice lot of nursery-stock in all leading varieties, propa^atecl from bearing trees, Boyer Brothers, Arendtsville, Pa.--advertise^ ment WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Observations o£ United States ·weather bureaus taken at 8 p. m. vesterday follow: Temp. "Weat'aer. Albany Atlantic City Boston Buffalo .».. Chicago New Orleans New York Philadelphia St Louis -~ Washington 60 62 62 54 56 60 61 64 5S 54 Raia- Hain. Rain. Raia. Clear. 'CIea£ Rain- Rain. Clear. Rain. The Weather. Rain today, fair tomorrow; light variable winds." Sew Tip of Boy's Nose On Philadelphia. Oct. 25.--Eignteeri- - months-old Harry Jiargert, in explor- ! ing the parlor cf his home, 143 VTes: : .Tefferson street, clutched at tie cover 1 of a small table for support and pnilea 3. big lamp over oa hisaself- The I shade of the lamp fell across his face. 1 cutting the end of the child's nose. ;Tne end was hanging by only a i thread of skin when his mother car- · ried aim into SL Mary's Hospital, but ! surgeons sewed it on. Voiturno Death Roll 134 Xew York. Oct. 25.--The total death rolHn the Voiturno disaster has been 5^»d bv the Uranium Steamship Cooi- pany a 134. Of these 102 were pas- seagers. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA--FLOUR tieadv; winter clear,_S3.75g3 90; city mills, 8 RYE*FLOIJR"auiet: per barrel, 3^.50 \VHEAT steady; »o. 2 red, new. 2 white. ia^Jr \ Girl Foils U. S. Raiders = Cleveland, Oct. 25.--It became ! known here that the Federal raid on = i Jewelers suspected of taking part in j ' a $50,0-00 smuggling plot was to have extended to Buffalo, Akron, O., Detroit and several other points, but that arrests were foiled in these cities !bv*a."woman, who used a long-distance ! telephone.* As a result half a "dozen · suspects escaped the Government . 47c." Sower sradcs. 45 1 ic. POTATOES steady, at 70@80c. per U -prn~"T TRV- TJve steady: hens. 16c.: old roo^ersV 12«I3c- Dressed firm: "hoice fowls. ISc.: old roosters. l-e. BUTTER, steady; fancy creamery, 33 EGGS 1 sieady: selected, 33c.; nearby, 30c.; western. .SOc. f^ _^_ _ Produce Markets. CHICAGO-- HOGS lOc to I5c lower, talk of sales. ST.65fS.IO; light. $-, »» SS 10: mixed, $7.5C-aS 2^: heavy. $,.£0 SS.20; rough, $7.40©7.5o; pigs, 5-..o steady: beeves. SS.S5-.S5. Farmers I have just received a Standard Automatic Milk Separator which can be seen at Biglerville now J This machine is guaranteed ~ to separate 750 pounds of milk per hour, and as soon as I have sufficient number installed I \dllbuytheCream at regular price for creamer}- butter. J. W. Pettis WANTED: a lady roomer for the FOR SALE: several choice building t,i\J^V ». W 9 « « ' - - . TM - isouai.ou; calves, $7^1050. f S H E E P steady to We lo Yo@5 Sfc . fcmb's, native, $5.85@7.15. WANTED: a lady roomer lor tne c««ti, etr-oot · lots fronting on South street. winter. Apply 21 Baltimore street. -- ' , advertisement , J George P. Black. -- advertisement j " . " ·* * " "~ 4 FOR SALE: five thoroughbred bull terriers. Hill Top Poultry Farm, F_G. McCammon.--advertisement FAMOUS BABCOCK LADDERS Full assortment now in stock, consisting o:: Straight ladders, extension ladders, step ladders and special fruit ladders. -pieceof this well-known brand U made from second - * '- ~ spruce with rungs oi ash or elm. H. P. MARK, ARENDTSVILLE

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