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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. VoL XL No. 309. Gettysburg, Pa., Tuesday, October 2Sih, IS13- Price Two OmU, 2MUUlUiUl!llill|ii.;iwuH|{UH^iumm!iUUUIUraniiiumiiiinUiU!!HUU[L'IIiUUUniIllllUlitHi^ "EXCUSE MY DUST" j The New Automobile Pennant With These = ALL READY FOR FRIDAY PARADE WILL OPEN TWO NEW STREETS TO PRESENT BILL CELEBRATED TWO I COUNTY PEOPLE FOR B!0 MEMORIAL! GOLDEN WEDDINGS! TAKEN BY DEATH I Words And Also The Word "GETTYSBURG" Size 12x30. The Newest Thing In Auto Pennants 50cts Each. I Cash Prizes Offered for Energetic' Several Tracts Wsst ofTcwa Pur- j Will Ask Congress to Make Appro-: Hast BeiHa Couple Married fifty Mummers who Participate in An- irjal Fantastic Parade 0.1 Ha! j low'en. The Arrangements. chased to he Converted inia Resti dentiaf Section. Will Open Sever-," si Ksw Streets. : nation far Magnificent Memorial i in nommgmara'nn of ihe Great | Gettysburg Pescs Jubilee. ! Years and Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hutchison Celebrate Anniversary at New Cumberland. I ECKERTS STORE "ON THE SQUARE" Z j All arrangements ire completed for j D. P. McPherson and Martin Winter: At the requeue of Colonel Andrew j ~- I Ej · Gettysburg's second annual Hallowe'en ( have purchased the Louis 'iVeygimdc t Cowan, of i§ i mummers' parade which will take , tract of land containing C5 acres J. Franklin Gulp, Former Gettysburg Resident, Dies at Mason City, HI- inois. Jacob Fritz Dies at Cashtown. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Absalom Trimmer, of J. FRANKLIN GULP ' Louisville. Representative - East Berlin, celebrated the fiftieth j J- Franklin Gulp. s. native of Get- i muiiiijici.3 parade which will take , tract of land containing S5 acres and Swr.ger Sherley, 01 Kentucky, will I anniversary of their wedding on Sat-j tysburg, died on Monday morning in | olace on Friday evening. Cash prizes,; fronting on the FairfieSd road just · soon introduce in the House cf Repre- j urdr.y. They were married Sunday, j Mason City, Illinois, after a lingering will be ; v -"est of Seminary Hldge and joining ' semauires at Washington a bill to er- ! Oct. 25, 1803. Mrs. Trimmer was Miss ; illness. He was aged G8 years. WALTER'S THEATRE will be given and every effort made to have the event mere eiabor- | the Prof. J. Louis Sowers home. Thev 'etc a great monument at Gettysburg in j Marie Ligh-.y. The ceremony was per- ' Mr. Cu!p was the eldest son of Jere] ate than last year. Flour throwing- and '. have also bought the Philip Hennig · commemoration of the peace jubilea : formed by the Rev. Adam Brown, so j ir.Iah ar.d Rebecca Culp. He lived cor last Julv. · paddling will be forbidden and Get- ' tracV of land containing 24 acres just I tysburg*s observance will ail be in the across the road from the \Veygar.ut · Colonel Cowan represents the j well known to the settlers of the Old j Gettysburg until July 1867 when asso- : K g i district, Adams county. Mrs. j wes.V to Mason City where he had 1 m he been tract a::d extending to and fronting on elation of Union and Confederate vet- ; Trimmer silll possesses the silk frock,', i""ing ever since and had been success- Sirii!!g Ton-gilt :is:tl Every Ni^iit This \Vt-ek With a Sie.-ial Saturday Aitemooj William McG. Tawnev wi!l be chief ' ^ fe Springs Hotel roa.u. this tract be- trans formed for ihe puroose of se- · ihe dainty light blue satin poke boa- f'-ily engaged in the undertaking busi- ~ - » · _ - "" f " " """ - « _ _ . » · _ " " _ _ _ _ " " . _ ! | nature of a public celebration. v _.___.-;, _.L4 -- /JL.to ! marshal and Oliver McPherson trump- '. ^ n ff known as the oid nice course curing ifee erection of a magnificent, ! - er » «"-«·'« a ribbon, a feather and a bit J ness. eter. The aides will be Maurice Stans- i tra memorial E.Y, Gettysburg, far superior . °' i £( -"~ upon it, which she wore on her j He leaves his wife, two sons and a to anything now or. the battlefield. It ", wedding day. daughter; also one brother and two and her New York Stock Company. The only Stock Coni-* D ar% Ralph Wierrnan, Joseph Smith.' -- is the intention of the purchasers pany carrying; a quartet. Mi^S Francis is a late Star of the j George A. Taylor, Bernard Hoffman, *° develop these trac:s of land, by op- Is expected that the memorial ' -'- - - - -* --- - - I Lawrence Oyler and Roy Zlr.n. j enuig two streets through them from, cost not less than §500.000. ( . , Bream iviil be marshal of \ the Springs Hotel road southward '. Mr. Sherley, who is to Introduce the : tju!s Davidsburg; Mrs. Jane Wagoner, tysburg. which v.-iH be made up j across the Fairfield road and on to the ! measure in Congress, spates that he | deceased; Mrs. Emma Crawford. Han- j The funeral will be held oil Thurs- Lubia Moving Pictures. The best Stock Company on the j Lawrence Oyi road today.Tonights bill, "The Girl From Back East". Miss j t Clifford C. l -.-. J , / , . , ' ^ . . . n ^ \ the nrst divisi Jrrancis starred m this play at $i 50 prices, 5 months m bo 2 years in New York and 3 months in Philadelphia. See will 1 - * r ~ and Mrs. Trimmer had a family sisters. Reuben H. Culp, Miss Myra R. , of nine children, as follows: Mrs. Ella j Culp and Mrs. Sarah E. Ruff, of Get- F . .-- . . -. . i - r» «_ i t :ie ilia L ui^isiu.i »u«.u v.ui ue ;: ranas starred m this play at $ i 50 prices. 5/nonths m boston of tfae Cidzens Bandj all school ch ; !d . j southern limits of the Weygar.dt tract " r thinks fr^r ren and ladies, and town participants i -°- r ° e present, with possible farther · and he the idea-a most excellent he will do all that he can a law. Coione! ;elv instrumental o::e i over ; Albert L. Trimmer. I ·%' Mulberry;' day in Mason City. to have i-» irs - Katiie Hoffman. Stony Run; Miss { Anna V. Trimmer, at home; Mrs. Roetta Wire, Chauncey R., and Landis each evening. in Ca.fis.ln S. 15 P H O T O P L A Y SPECIAL TONIGHT "TIIK TRAPPER'S MISTAKE" TWO REELS PATK£ The mistake »vas a natum! one ron^iuerinjr the evidence which fate uncovered to him. After Torn Underwood ·iult boarding at tiie iiome of G. Kob Turner. Mrs. Tnrner disappeared Puitina two and two -together Bob swore to be avenged when he found Tom Uncenvood. That Is v. le-re he made a mistake. The Indians, In '= absence- had attacks-! hit wife and chased IK.T from Lome, and Tom had pro". her. However Bob met Tom 5efore he met his wife and here is where the pan of his mistake took place. THE CALL, OF HER HEART Labin 1 irts G.:jfl Admission 5 cents students, people of the surrounding j These tracts are in Cumberland : perfecting Ihe j country, teams, horseback riders and i township near the borough line and . Hilary Herbert, a Union %-eteran and j automobiles. ' Arrangements will be mace for bor- ' Secretary of War during the adminis- 1 All persons will report to the chief j °' J gn water and also light. j tration of President Cleveland, is to be ·marshal not later than 7.15 at Center I The plan of Mr. McPherson and Mr. j the president of the association. JACOB FRITZ Jacob Fritz died at his home in the plan and LeVan Trimmer. York. They have 21. Cashtown on Monday morning at nine organization." General grandchildren and eight great-grand- ° vi °c k aged 77 years, 7 months and children. Mr. Trimmer is seventv-three Years | Square. j u ln;:er is to open up a large new resi- j - The iirst division of the parade will : aeatial section immediately form on Chambersburg street with, right on Center Square and the 29 days. Ke is survived by dis widow and the and Mrs. Trimmer seventy-one years of age. Congressman Sheriey :s the son of children: John Fritz and ! M5ss iJHie Fritz, at home: Abraham ] Fritz, of Penbrook. ;·_ »» -to. 5 VJVii^^^-J^A.atli; ·tJ^K^^t -3 else ;*_·!! 1/i. J | _._ west of i the Mr. Sheriev who wa's head of the A P !ca «« even * ' £Ook P !ace Monday , He also leaves four brothers M. Lui _. . . : ·tr-J^^M 1-t-tti T^cv- -5*1*1 Af»-r- T T? flTufnlt " Trtf^r t'wtv f!L "XT/\ *·»-**·- "K*r~t-f--r nn ^ IT n _ a that will provide room for the ex- j Cl'dzens" Committee of Louisville second · Pension of Gettysburg which they j which had in charge the entertaining ig-ht on , * ee! 3ure Js to continue. Many of the "' of the Grand Army of the Eeuublic righ' AUTUMN HUNTING For new styles in suits and over-coats has begun now. but the man who is fortunate enough to be a patron, division on York street with Center Square. } raore recently openec up parts of the | eighteen years ago when Its encamo- The parade will move promptly at i Borough have seen lots sold quickly j mem was held In that city, the first 7:30 east on York s:reet to Liberty j an * Bouses erected -with the result that j time it was ever held south of the Maj south to Middle, west to Franklin.! S°2 lots are rapidly becoming scarce, i son and Dixon line. i north to Chambersfaurg. east to Wash- ' These new tracts will provide building j -! ington. north to Water! east: to Car- l facilities for years to come to those] DEMONSTRATION TRAINS ! lisle, south on Baltimore to Battleneld ; v:no Prefer living at that location j [Hotel, countermarching north to i rather than in the present more fully j Farmers in Various Counties to Have i Breckenridge, west to Washington, j ^e v eloped sections of Vhe borough. ] Benefit of Trains. north to Chambersburg. east to Center ' Square where a fantastic drill will be j DICKINSON GAME ! when the Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hutch- j ther Fritz, G. Morris Fritz and Har- Ison. until a few weeks ago residents v ey R. Fritz, ail of California; Henrv of Gettysburg, celebrated their golden ; Fritz, of near Cashtown; and a sister, wedding anniversary at their home in; Mrs. Eva V. Gerger. of Newcastle, Xew Cumberland. Indiana. The Rev. Mr. Hutchison has been a j Funeral on Wednesday morning at member of the United Brethren con- | ten o'clock with services at his late ference, preaching for forty three · home. Friends and relatives will kind- years. He retired from the conference b" take cms as notice of the funeral, on account of throat trouble and moved to Xew Cumberland from Gettysburg a few weeks ago. of The given, after -which the parade \vill be J dismissed. I if plans of officials of the State De! partment of Agriculture can , ,. . Quality ?hop knows that he nee-1 not seek oismissed. any lurtht-r. Onr hantt-ome and eifrgant Mr. Plank wishes t be Carlisle Expects Big Erent when Get- ' ^^ ouc " the P e °P le of the State :o extend a cor- j tysbarg Plays ihere Saturday. ! have an W^n'ty to visit not fabrics ?.re awaitinc: yr.;;r choice and our -dial Invitation" to the students of Get- | «i\lss=arv iip-to-tht-i:iiin!£ft and we ivfll ' 5-Jand finish your o-itrit in a manner E. m- S. i cars in which thev will hear lectures He was married to Miss Mary Sellers. at Carlisle by the Rev. J. Wentz. on October 27.1863. - | The four children of the couple were onlv present at the anniversary. Thej- are Mrs. Bertha Creep, of Harrisburg: EI- at can only be done when you have It made by Will M. Selligman, Cash Tailor, College to participate "in this L ^ foHowin ?, news stcr ; has besr.; 3 " 0 ^ raising fine frait and bumper parade and he will endeavor to see that every consideration will be showa them.- For the best male --ostume a ~ [ sent from Carlisle concerning Salur- = cr °ps of corn and wheat, but how to a j day's game at that place between " m " the cows, to drain Vhe farm, to Dnze j cf S'3.00 -will fae given, for the best fe- Dickinson and Gettysburg. ; Iraprove the sanitary condition of the There Are many convincing arsruuients that niigl.t be presented as to the superiority OF Lippy Made Clothes »nclnsi-e as the refined, appearance of the dothe^ itity in every line and i«alsty In every stitch and J. D. Lippy » but we know of none so conclnsi-i -1 tbemselves. There Is beaa fibre. Tailor We have a ?pec:al fine line of the An'lf-rson rain coats j judges will be Mrs." iiarry Bender, i i Miss Kate Gilbert, Mrs. Clyde Stover j and Mrs- -John Blocher. At 7 o'clock Friday evening In front of . * _ _ . the Gas OSce on'Salamore street i Ehs P rese:5;; season. ·'With two teams as evenly matched ^homestead and to make the fanners' as those representing Gettysburg and ' ^chen. that abiding place of good Dickinson It Is difficult to nick the' ^ngs, as strong a hold on economy iuchen of a big hotet run on a basis- be the most Important game In this ' ~^ e orchard demonstration and gen- secdon of the state on tha: dace ana j er2 '- -arm management trains are no the only game of great Importance \ r - ov eiiy. but this year the railroad scheduled for any valley tot%n durinsr'. people, who can see a dollar across a GEORGE F. MANGES George Franklin Manges, the fane son of the Rev. Lewis C. Manges, of Harrisburg. died of pneumonia, j Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the of IS months. The funeral was morning at 10 o'clock. Burial at Chamhersburg-. rner Hutchison, of Gettysburg; W. S. I Hutchison, of Baltimore, and J. R.! Hutchison, cf Harrisburg. Nearly seventy other guests were present. MUST READ BIBLE State School Head Tells 1100 Teachers to Read Verses to Pupils. PARTY AND DANCE j a lot of lanterns will be given away --j^those taking parr-In the parade. to "While both teams have not been j j thousand acres, have the train as a means taken hold of of stinmlaana: which contain? FIRST NIGHT \ snowing to ihe best adx-antaee owing i '·- e production in other directions, and j to the faulty arrangement of their j or - e Ir: j schedules, particular efforts are being {^'chei i made for this contest and all other · a toar over a raiiroad system in the Dr. Xathan C. Schaefter, superinten- 3Iiss Madge Geyer Entertains Friends ! denr of P"Wic Instruction, on Monday at her Home. | °P ened the forty-sixth annual insti- j tute of the teachers of Luzerne Coun- On Tuesday evening a very enjoy- jty, wich an address, in which he de- able surprise party and dance was giv- ' clared that It was the duty of school j en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John beards to see that eleven verses of the Geyer. McKn!ghtsto-.-.-n. in honor of Bible were read daily In the public rhsir daughter, Madge Those present schools as demanded by the law passed were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mundorfi", by the last Legislature, i Mr. ar.d Mrs. George Piank. Misses I He declared that any atheist "or ag- SIIHI HtimiHimtll!IlimUH:UHii!iIiiiIHHHIIIII!iniUIIIUlI!II!IU!I!U:Ullin)i:iiIlUIIilI!l.iuUI * All the new designs in Congress Cards With big stock of Bicycle and Steamboat Cards, Tally and Score Pads, cards, counters etc. Everything you need in the games at our store. Phone or Write. No delivery charges. People's Drug Store Stock Company Opens before Good j gantes pale into insignificance before j «ortheas£err. end of the State that an House and Scores Decidcdy. j Ir " s struggle which rs considered the ! s " on: v "' ! « be made to run duplicates _ j most important on either schedule. · over tfi ~ other systems. It is further Slock Company, j "Parades, band concerts, and other ' P r ?osed to have a model dairy farm addl- 5 3nd one ^^'C" can contain cars for de- The Lcle Francis heralded as the best 10-20-30 company i events are set for Satardav v ?n ier. Ruth Geyer. Rath Bail. Viola Bali, this law. should resign and seek a DO- Evelyri Mundorff. Esther Cluck. Almajsition In States where the Bible has e public sch assembled, Dr. Cluck. Alice Rebert. Grace Baltzley, been excluded from the public schools. Esta \Vetzel, May "We'czel. Marie Me- To the 1100 teachers Laughiifi. Jennie Wetzei. Beulah "Wet- Schaefier said: -- zei. Xannie McLaughlln. Beulah Fritz, j "It Is cot the function of the public that ever played in Gettysburg:, justi- i tlos to the big- game and the resldar.ts 1 » v ery of lectures on co-operation and i - Blanch Keliar. Madge Geyer, Helen school TO teach religion that should be s methods of farm ma gg -- -- - -- _ ~ , v » . , v ..-u u «_ - · . , * . _ _ * i«».,^J KA^r^ I_^^.A. S_U j 1^V«.V.V\rV» *.V Vi- itZii C JL\fL Csl"* C V C ^ I p! at Walter's Theacre Monday evening! Special arrangements are being mad g | In their opening bill, "A Child of ; with the railroads for excursfons s fied all the good things that had been j of the country for mOes around are said about them. Trhen they appeared j expected to be here for the event.' raert - These trains will be run In conjunc- s _ o i tlon \\~ith the farm counsellors' ser- jrate". The company is decidedly su-J that residents cf surrounding towns. "'·~- e s of the State Department of Agrl- jpenor to any repertoire attraction that; especially the alumni of the Institu- - c- -"'i:-re, a branch of education which jhas ever appeared here and. If they jVions, ma\- have an opportunltv to at- = n z s J U5 - ^zzn developed under an act {continue work of the quality of Mon- · tend." * ] appro 1 , et? by Governor day evening:, 'they should be given full | _ ; sprlrg. and v/hlch has proved one of houses during the entire week- This | OBJECTS TO C A R^ ! the greatest boons to the farming evening's play-will be "The Girl from j "~ l communities kr.ov.-n In many a year. Back East." After their engagement j Littlestown Man Complains to the I T h e counsellors, whose work has ire-j here the company returns to Hanover j Public Service Commission. : -i-jentiy been mentioned In the news- · where they have been secured to play j j papers In the most commendatorv for five weeks- They were In the neigh- I T- J. Hicfcey. of Litdestown. objects ! "-^ay. ha%'e offered their services, and boring town last week and scored so j to the Public Service Commission to I the service will be- of rare value. heavily that a demand was made for I t - le custom of the Hanover an extended engagement- using their cars " i McLaughlin. Romaine Haroaugh,' taught at home, in the Sunday school ~ e ~ Mary Keliar. Alva Keliar. Messrs., and in the church. I have known some Paul Wiekert. Paul Lower. Paul Mun- ; public school teachers to go out of dorff. Paul Rebert. Paul Keliar. Clair their way co ridicule the faith of a Rebert, John Wiekert. John Kellar. pup^' or parents. A worse service couid Robert Baltzley. Clarence Rebert. Har- no: be rendered. If you destroy the ry Lower. Calvin Musselman. Clyde sense of obligation to God you have is. Ei rhlin. Rebert. ' n Ia ° l ] {Geyer. f rancis Thomas. Emory Baltz- j robbed the child of the strongest mo- ener -a»i, 5(l .. TV-:.-; AJVT ^un-iiHr, P"manuel · tlve to moral conduct. Teachers can- Wilbur : net afford to se'c an examole of law- Baitzley. William G. Geyer. ininn CORONER'S INQUEST -- Assaiiarst of James Dc-Iar.ey -n ill cape Punishment- MEETING f ^ and ?.Ic| Sherrj-siown Street Railway Companv : | In using their cars for' combined ; coanlr Pupils Do not Miss PREVENTION OF DISEASES-BEING THE PRACTICAL AIM; DR. HUDSON'S LIQUID CONDITIONER SHOULD PROVE OF GREAT VALUE TO THE FARMER | HAPPY RESULTS Will FOLLOW - 3 BOTTLES For $1.001 ".. OLDFASKIOXD MOLASSES TAFFY Almond Tafiyi-40"cents lb. ; . Butternut Taffy. 50 cents !:. r Peannt Tau~y,"-20 Peanut Brittle. 10 etnts lb- Ie Cream Tafilcs. 10 cents lb.--Fresh GETTYSBURG CANDY KITCHEN Teachers to Meet Friday Evenini Chestnut HIH School. An educational meetm- will be held S freight and passenger tragic between 1 Llttlestown and Hanorer. : at! The complaint Is the first of the', The f Kind ever made. It will be considered ' school at the meeting of the commission Thursdav. THERE EVERY DAY a Day at ihe jury of inquest sirtir.g In the , case of the death at- Hasjerstown of i ! le^sness 10 the pupils,'* ! Dr. Schaefier declared that the j Catholic teacher has us much right ' to read the prescribed number of Bible Es- ] verses from the Douay version as has j the Protestant to read from the Kin? . ! Janies version. COMING EVENTS School. John Delan.ey. the umbrella fixer, ren-j i dered a verdict to the effect thaV the · ,, . 1 man came to his death from an urJaw- Happenings Schedniedjn Gettysbnr S on attended every day during the pasi. month: Dorothy Riesecker. Helers Cease, Pauiine Rlggeai. Mildred Orrtanr.a | ful and felonious besting on the night j of October 17. on Xorth Jonathan street, between Church and Becnel streets, at Lfte hand or hands of some MEETING ; Baiirngardner. LIHIe Funt, Ruth Bles; ecker. Allc-rs S:«at. Ivan Riggeal- Roy for Coining Weeks. Mom- pany or parties unknown to the jury. ] A r.umoer 01 witnesses testsr.ec ANNUAL excursion to Baltimore: | Local Temperance Workers to Roy Biesecker. Roy Flsses. Har- ^hey saw the man struck but could EO^ ! I the Washington Camp. No. 414, P. O.j i S. of A., will ran an excursion to Bal- · O n Wednesday. ts lb., Daily at. RUNKPECKMAN'S REALTY REPORT FORSALE A verv good investment property--3 frame houses in a row vdth tin roofs ar.d water In the houses. These houses have just been painted and are in good repair and rent for S6.00 per month each and you can buy them for less than S2600. . ., *- * *v * ONE of the best built brick, 'an roof horses in good section ot the town with alPmodern conveniences such as bath, gas» range, heat, hot and cold water, large porches, fine lawn, good outbuilding's, good garden and room enough on the lot for another house. Some person is going to get a big bar- rain in this house, come 'to see UF, wo will be glad to tell you all about it- PECK At AN, Real Estate, Masonic Building, Gettysburg, Pcnna. tlniore on Saturday, Xo\\ 1st, 1913. Train leaves Gettysburg 7:1-5 a. m., returning, Hillen Station 11:30 p. advertisement 1 3Icct ! ry Biesecker. Clifford Biesecker. Guy . i S'cat. Claude F:ssc!, Wisbert Rigsreal,' ~ "^n Bowiinjr. Teacher, Stella Lij.n. At Ber.der's Church School those . wno~- m. i The regular monchly session of the , ! W. C. T. U. will meet with Mr*, Kate i present every dav were: Mae Lady. Volf. ior* street, Wednesday after-i Mar : e Dre: C hner. Freda Miller. Marv j noon. October 29. at 2:30 o'clock. JRie S le. Blanche Taylor. Catherine j ~ ! Taj !or. James RIegle.-John Lady, J. "WANTED: a clerk for general store, j CARPENTERS can buy some good j Edward Keefauver. Caivin Eckert. experience preferred. Must be tern-1 tools at the sale of Mrs. Eva V. Rex- Walter Guise. Ray Fidlcr. Claire perate. Lock box 245, Biglerville, Pa. j r th or. Friday afternoon, October 31,1 Guise, Roy Guise. Grace L. Spahr, TO REPRESENT COUNTY Oct. 31--Annual Hallowe'en mers' Parade. ·^ Nov. 7--Lecture. Dean Soutiiwick. Braa. Cbapel. 'resident Gran" vine. lJrua~CEa5e!. 17-21^--Adaras County Teachers' Institute. Walter's Theatre. Nov. IS--Lecture by Dr. J. H. Sleling; York. Brua Chanel. . tnat j\- _ _ ,, T . v ! Aor. 11 -- Lecture bv R.C. Milier Chosen as Good Roads v " " · " . ^ ^ , , ,,. , , ,, , . Xov. 16--£xr.i!ts. Bovs and Girls' Delegate. League. Court House. advertisement 11913.--advertisemen DONT forget H. B. Bender's public sale of household goods in front of the Court House, Thursday afternoon, October 30th.--advertisement H. B. Bender will have public sale of household goods in front of the Court House, Thursday afternoon, October 1 HOth.--advertisement teacher. CHICKEN soup will be held at Bender's Church school, Wednesday evening. October 29th. Everybody is invited.--advertisement 1 Robert C. Miller has oeen appointed Xov -19--Fiftieth Anniversary. Lin- bv Governor Tener to represent Adams I coln " s Gettysburg Address, Countv at the convention and expos!- ! Nov - 24-29-Bazasr. Xavier Hall. of the United States Good Roads ! Xcv - 25--Recital. David Bispham. tion Association u be held in St. Louis on November 13. KODAKS, films, everything in Kodak line always fresh. Store.--advertisement Huber's Drug Brua Chanel. MEN WANTED: to S cover orchards, $2.00 work in the per day, no strikes, no trouble, only more men wanted.--advertisement 1

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