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look over oar ·i --. "' and Shoes, ? tbe result. G. Medical Advertising.'' C O U G M | N G Keep coughing: that's cae Mizy. Stop cougbicg: thafs another. To keep the cough: do nothing. To stop tKe'coigb.: Ayer's Cherry - - "-' f Sold for 70 5 ears. Ask Your Doctor- J.C AjerOo- EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. Widow of Napoleon 111., Whose Health Is Failing. Mm Proof f Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic Is. Gettysburg. Beca-jse it's the evidence of a Get- tvsbarg citizen. * Testimony easily investigatea. The strongest endorsement of menr. T h e best nroof. Read it: Mrs. Mar;.' Ohier, 147 Hanover St~ Fuimittire Auction On Thursday November 6 at oneo*clock in Centre Square the undersigned will sell, a big lot of Furniture, some is almost new. Also a lot of bed springs same as new, do not miss this sale as we will have something that you will want, Chas. S. Mumper Co extended from my loins into my head- 11 had chills and dizzy spells and was ! bothered by the kidney secretions. I Doan's Kidney Pills were so highly recommended that I filially procured a box as the People's Drug Store and commenced using them. A few doses brought relief and after continuing the use of this remedy for a short t:me, all symptoms ol the trouble disappear- '""* A. WILLING CORSOBORATIOX f A few years later when Mrs. Ohler wis interviewed, she said: "i heartily -eeommend Dean's Kidney Pills again and confirm all I have previously said about them. This remedy should have .a permanent place in every houiehoid." For sale by all dealers. Price 5C cents. ~Foste"r-iIilfaurn Co., Buffalo Xew York, sole agent for the United States. . Remember the 3=anie--Doaa s-and take no other. SAY GIRL CAUSED PASTGMFEROW Friends Say Siis Ran Rev. Vivien's House. : DOMESTIC TAN8LE AIRED 0810 Farmers - I have just received, a Standard Automatic Milk Separator which can be seen at Biglerville now . . . -, ^-j ing: soells'at night. and th S£ ^'o'r 1 ^ This machine is guaranteed -a {j e ^,- e "birh so exhausted. We tnec- i r -11 ^ I everything, but to no avail- At^ last to separate 750 pounds Ol miliC ^ ) some one suggested that we try \ mol. r*. ', an j v - e noticed a change in him irom Made Strong by Yinol. So many cases like this are coming to oar attention for the benefit of fath- .-*-:, and mothers of weak, sickly, aihr.gr children in this '.-iciniti- we puohsr. the following letter: _ . ^.Irs. -J. P. Weatherfcrd, Litcnneid. III., savs: "We have had an invalid child for the nast nine_ye-ars and iic- tii we began "using \-mol.we some- inies thought there was little hope Witb Failure 18 Mark riaie=: t o u g t t e r e -was j for him- He would have terrible coagh- Karris j;:rg, ?£., ^or. 3.--T~«nty-sii j arrests for the sale-o: tola storage j yru'iueis wbich were no-, properly | n.2.r:eti have been naad^- by order o*j ta-r tla-ry zz-l food civlsiori autborities j slr:ce liie first day o? pciooer, grp-c-u-' _ _ ^ I cairv ilJ of ihem in Piulat!e!phia and! ^ : ;' a ie\\ :a Johnstown. j -*,"' Xiaetses -ji the suits were for £2!--! " ;:re to mar'.: containers 01 eggs ""itfli El:6 i£ic- o: -.."Itharav.-al £ad ctaers for! ;be s-^le of sniolts. liver, kidneys as" r t (3* 1 and ?;e noncea a enange in ns per hour, ana as soon as i nave ^ j rhs very g rst . The coaghin . T wr/ I ^»«=.'i Krro he p-ained in stren: g spells sufficient number installed I \rillbuytheCream at regular price for creamery butter. J.W. Pettis t* · L-J-C · Vii » i^--m^W- *. -- -~f -r-- ~^y ^. , j ! ceased ana he gained in strengtn r.^..... "· I alonff. We would not be without it ana s -A-onid advise parents who have f mil- land weaklv children to try V:r.oL ' ' This is because the child needed tae I strengthening cod liver elements and 'the tonic iron that Yinol contains. ^N" j oil. delicious taste- Children love '.We give back vour money if Mno! I does not; benefit. People's Drag Store ; Gettvsburg. Pa. ·p.'S. For rough, scaly skin, try onr th^r r,ar^s cf aaima: that were r-iac^rlcd ss co:i stores^ foods. a" \?~ s-jus.-cr thre- were ordered. ore taa E | ·'or vio-Iaiica 01 the m:r.c and creaaij sc's IV- :or nrealtlag p"rc food iaivs.j sale a b--; ini= hear! "" ..... ;on;uc-s and food th^t had passed t h c j i *o- the sale of bad sale cf :r,p::re vlnegai and ic-.:r for the sale of ice rream tha; coald" not pass £S mustard. Philadelphia JiEvI Allegheny- had most of the arrests. ' Deciare Ug!y Stcries Which Followed j Resulted !n Wife Being Sent to !n- I sane Asylum. | Stroudsburg, Pa., Nov. .3.--A young ", \vomaa. barely tvveiity-:\ro, \\ ho has s lived v\i:h Re\'. A. M. Viviea and 'Aiie i for \e^rs, is said by those ^o knoiv ; to Le tht real cause 01 the yreak ia ti.e family o: the minister. It is generally atiruiuedi ly friends 01 both Cities that cue cr two ifliags is srue: That either Mrs. Vi'.ien terapor- arily losi her reason because sue wor- rieu over isor hsisb^ati's altitude :oward Ueddy tiarrisgica or that her iuear- c-eratica in an insane asylum was caused by her connnued ju-otesis agiias; the presence o: Beady in the house. Xo r:sargt of m.;scon«iu:i has beer. made ;»s^:u5t the iKin:ster. It Is sim- piv Uno-An that the ouug woman came out a "liov.here" and became a mem bcr o- ihe minister's household. She !!-.ed with the family when Mr. Vivies held has Stroudsb'.irg pastorate. She was :rea:ed as one of the :a=ai!y. Is iV.ct. :Cis. Vivien sas, sne ^as treated as li she were the -.vaole :'a:ni!y. The family physician and his -.vile, who have trie-.: jo be impartial in t'ne dispjte A*- has oSsrupted lie fasiili and resulted :a «g:y charges, say tha: :he minisier's atti-.uae toward Miss Karringiosi -.vas responsible for cos i:n-.:ous irar.bie in ;be house: that the minister actually put ihe jo-jng stranger in active charge or the household; t:.at her orders sunerceded those o! j- rs _ Vivien: that -.\ieu it was a ques tljn of p'-ec^n;; one woa:an or the other, Miss Har r iugton -.vas pleased. It is also a=seried in Strotidsburs that Detitions will be signed and presented to ihe tcan la Lancaster protesting asainst the further incarceration o-' ..Irs. Vlvle". '."ho is no"- on E sixty-day rsarole from the RittersvsHe asv'iim ^t i? gener£L:ly rcs^roed as un likelv that Mrs. Vivien ivili be return eu to the asylum. Dr. E. H. Levericgr, family ?h: siciar Q° Dr. Yivien ·while the doctor was preacher in Stroudsburs. said: "Rev. Mr. Vivien p':t on aa oHt-sran" aonearance of cordialli:-' towards hi . Saxo Salve. We guarantee it. FEATHER COSTS MAK'S EYE V=L:r.g Mar. Dancing V/;th Girl Blinded bv Quill en Her Hat. Ashevi'-le.- X. C., Xov. 3- -- While ·da-cing Tr:;h Ipcal-scciery girl at a -janr-? here. Breir T^atinzer. a youag fan from Greenville. S. C-- was pierced j IrTV-e ere :::·' a ciu'.l in tae g'.ri's ha: and s ;st the sigh: of his rigat eye. "rr. T-a^^er and tbe sM started tc taiico. and wr.ue matins an intricate -tirs a. l^z i"~- o- the girl's hat ?:ipnec heZrnd I-a-f^er's glasses, cut -s-jV -p^ n\ojall severely. His cry o! _^:1. -.,-,1;-.^ -J2. riasce s~a a physician v.-a= tho"cht ! '2t the injury ^as not serious, but £ti eiacilnation at the hos- =^ . , 1 ^ =c~o"s but an eiaoi.naaon. at tne aov If you are planning a Hunting i rip tor a day or a montn | ^ h ««^ £^£S£T^ -j it will pay you to let us fit you out with the proper equipment to insure a successful trip. _ Iver Johnson and Harrington Richardson, "Single"Barre Shot Guns, guaranteed for Smokeless Power, $4.00 Harington and Richardson 44-ga. Shot Gun, shell ejector, for boys or ladies, %^.L3 L. C. Smith Hammerless Gun, $25.00 Ithaca Hammerless Gun, 1 2 and 20., $20.00 Tryon Hammerless Gun, 12-ga., $ 15.00 Davis Hammerless Gun, $ 13.00 Davis Hammer Double-barrel Gun, $10.00 New Club, Nitro Club and Winchester Shells. Hunting Coats $2.00 to $4.50. Leggins, Gun Cases, etc. m Everything you need, JOIN OUR PIANO CLUB We sell the famous Story and Clark Pianos for cash or on the Easy Payment Plan. Call or^ write for particulars. If you wish we will have an experienced salesman call on you. We give the %C Green Trading Stamps. -S ~-v.'sa of ti:e accident; is prostrated by _ -5ef. I-at:mer -s csesrful and remarked that he "danced and -was -sriuias tc GRIBfRQM TACKLE MAY KILL iecrge Gay. cf ^he UnJcn Club. Para · lyzea by Strenuous Play. Phoenis;v;;!s. Pit.. Nov. ~3.--In a foot oa-i same I.?re bet--eea Pottsto'H-n and :ne Union Cicb. George Gay. of tae Caion Cl ·-·;- ~as d^aseroiisly injured snfi is ao» i" lhe Piiosniiyille fcospl- -al. . ._, _. ~T. "he th : .rd period Gay. ^?3:ie car»j- ·?,,, 7^1 ---r;", 3 vcas sirsnuously tacldei! -.^ th~o~-ii heavilj-. injuring his spine. -He would lecture-to bis congress ::on about marital love aad Sllzl Joy alty ana at t'ne same time he was aav izg tiomestic difScuIiy- "The whole trouble between Vivier and bis --iie is said to have been start ed over the minister's refusal to d:s cense with the services of Beddy Har rington. Beady apparently T.'SS giver fuli sway in the house and manager everything, to the exclusion of ilrs Vivien, ilrs. Vivien had tc consul'. Beddy about ihe management of tin place, instead of ihar girl having tc consult her. -·The wife lived a dos's existence Things bad reached such a conditior fn Stroudsburg that everyone sympa ihized with her. " T n barrooms, barber shops an-: other places tie:r contentions trerr a:rec- --Vivien's wife begged that ae se rid of the gin. She even went so fa; as to employ a woman to replace Ee5 e- Harrington's services. He refused Family q;:arre!s followed, and by per sons living in the immediate vicinicj of the pastor's home he is said to have been heard berating her. "Because of these coridsu-ons tn« congregation dv.-5sd"e-i in nuaice r s Every one lost interes; in the churcr T. crl-:." It is generally uncersicod that ilrs Vivien never got a peany of allowance f'-orsi her husband. It was generallj uaderstood also that Rev. Vivien had promised to his daughter. Mrs. IMarior Costa, of Philacelphia. that he woalc give her clothes and fancy articles ir order'to win her to his side. Be" ^as carried o5 tbe Seld and his -'T:5re \.-z~ ' c : ow the elbows is para- The in^'ired player :s a student at I sinus ccl'ege. where as is taking 3 -, ossra du2te cor.rse. BUY 27^000 ACRES OF CQAL ^i v-'i*h R- ^- 50 Years; Dies Suddenly. ili "^"!r.-.:ncton. Bel. Xov. 3. -- John 0"inr.. 60S East Seventh street, sevea- iv ver.rs old. one of fcnrjrno was with '"-·e" Pennsvlvanaa railroad for more f^-. gftv j"e3.rs. cjea suddenly of nean fa;i::re wh.Ie talking witii ais son. WEATHER EVERYWHERE.' BnSalo Ch:ca?o ?\ew Orleans ... Gettysburg Gettysburg, Pa ^1 ]) Observations of United Siaijs ^§ I ] v.-es-tacr bureaus taKen at S P. m. ve^terday follow: Temp. 1 i! 4 4 i j! Albany 44 H Atlantic City -56 . Boston ·*·* 46 50 60 -0 50 52 40 Cloudy. Clear. Cloudy. Clear. Cloudy. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. Clear. FhiJadelphians Wake a S^.000.000 Dea In Indiana County. ludlana. Pa.. Xov. 3.--The larges coal deal ever pulled off in Isd'aaa couniv was closed vp at Johns owr, v-aen'lhe ilanor Real Estate and T-us: of Philadelphia, obtained the ; s of the Greenwich Coal ar-.c Coke com'panj. a iraet of something ir-or*- tnan -7.000 acres. In Greer. aar. Baffiagton townships. The coasidar- £ .,0 -_ ^jjjie not officially g;ven out. is said to be close to S4,00fi.i-i.. The Cherrr.ree Dixonvnie rail road whose present terminus is Pmc F!at= will be evienneci to the new ccai SeldTaad will be the carrier of mined cal- .,. ^ ^ XTesps.ssIrL.gr All persons are warned not to tres£ass jon the pjremises .01, $$£ --_.;,..signed with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of takjngjgime m »9j"l»aan«rJ nor f or fishing.or in any way injuring or destroying property. All person* wo. lating the laws of'the commonwealth with regard to trespasses on lands of the undersigner will be dealt with under the provisions cf the Act of April 14, 1905 -- » ------· William Allison. Sam'L Waiters farm, Hamiltonban towBsMp. - \^» John D. Riler, it 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. ~~^ \ Sirs. J- E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. 4 -^."f"! . D. B. \Vlneman, Cumberland Township. _ |£ Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. " ,, C. J. DeardorS, Orrtanna, Pa. Charles Wagaraan (Dr. W. H. O'Xeal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Kime. Butler Township, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, R- 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Kuan (J. F. Suhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. ML Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. '- ** J V George E. Ilarmaa, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Bctler Township. George C. Sheaier, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. j. II. Res", Box 50, R. 2, Biglerville. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland TowniM?- Saniaei Rofainsoa, R. I, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Too 1 :, Straban Township. D. L. Jacobs. R. 1, BiglerviUe, Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B. TwLiing, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, R. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddlej Mt. Pleasant Towr.ship, R. S, Gettysburg. D. J Reile, 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 K. Major. Scraban Township. John W. Mcllhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Siraban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. E'.don, Bendersvilie, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. Robert Ilarr.er, Greenmount, Pa. Harrv E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. William Coshun, Straban Township. D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Elias Woliord, Mt. Pleasant Township. E L Smith, Butler Township. Biglervilie- J Edward Lawver. Butler Township, R. R. No. 2, Biglerville. S. J. Haverstick. M. M. SponselUr farm, Strafaan Twp-, R- 8, Gbg. M. E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm, Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott. Cumberland Township. John H. Sponselier, O^cPherson Farm), Cumberland Township- , «_ Jacob E. Hoke, Straban Township. Gettysburg. R. 7. H. M. Sneeringer. R' 9. Gettysburg, near BonneauviUe. Fa. J. D. Moose. Biglerville, Pa. ,,, G. F. Basehoar. Gettysburg. Cumberland ar.d Germany 10 Louis ilizeil. Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. X J. Shank. Biglervilie Route 1. T *" Roth. Butler Township. Gettysburg Route 6. C" ^ Griest's Sors (C. Arthur Griest. Mgr-) Guernsey. G! A". Hesges and Mr=?. II- F. Heiges, Franklin Township H C Warren, iler^llen Township. C. H. Rumrceii on C. L. Osborne farm. Me.nab.en Township. Wm. M. Bi^ham's Sons, Freedom Township. Wai. M. Bham's Sons. Liberty Township. Jacob F Peters, Tyrone Township. R. 3, Biglerville. Pa. Charles E?slck c.r.d sisters. Butler Township. R- s f Gettysburg. J. C. Couisor- Butler Township. 4 S Whisler. Mt. Pleasant Township. R. 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black. R. 1. BigierviUe, Pa. Georffe Herring, Highland Township. W F". Herbst. Orrtanna R. 1. , O B Shin-etts, Cumberland Township. R- 2. Gettysourg. Pa. G E ^talUmith. Straban Township. R. 9. Gettysburg. Pa. John Dick. Hoffacker Farm. Straban Township Gilbert Rudi=:i!. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg Route 1. J E T a cob=~EWene S. Kelly farm. Cumberland Township. j" C'.avton Rider. Mt. Joy Township. Gettysburg R. 1. Charles Fidler. fW. E. Golden farm), R. 1. Biglerville. Sutler Twp. H S Mertz. HamLhor. Township. (Campbell and 3Ioyer iarm.) Janies L. Bighanr. Freedom Townshin. Gettysburg, Pa. Levi Crum, Mensilen Township. "tfrs Andrew Brough. R. 1,- Aspers. MenaUen iownsnip.- L" H Meals. Cumberland Township. R. 5. Gettysburg. C W Black (J- Csrna Smith Farm} R. 2. Gettysburg, Mt. Joy Twp. Wm H. Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg Geo'-are W. Wolf, R. 3, Getrvsburg, Cumberland Township. Edmund Little. ('John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Township- Walt^r C Siivde'- 'iTlSr Gettysburg. Pa.. Cumberland Twp.. Bayly Farm. Vinc'ecc ReddingVR. S, Gettysburg. Straban Township. Edward Reddin^ R. 9. Gettysburg. Straban Township. A. J. Smith tarrn. H E. BoVd. Guldens. Pa.. Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. Harrv S.'Trostle. Straban Township. Edward A. Trostle, Straban Township _ »,,,,*.- c John Lce=e, on Nathan Brown farm. Straoan Township. Gbg. tfonte b- Mervin I.~Weikert. Highland Township, R. 1. Fairfield- D F Battemian. Butler Township. ^hultz Bro= D- B. Snvder Farm, Scraban Townsmp, Gettysburg, r". U- McD"nn°! Bros ArendtsVille and Franklin Township, Biglerville, K. 1. S. Stream (F. M. Bream's farm) Butler Township. Calvin R Snvder. Bonneauville. Pa. Otis Wal-er."('Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1. Tiilie, Franklin Township. F B Twisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E". F^ Strausbaugh. "Orrtanna R-1- ,, . . , ,, , , Albert Hol'inger. Cumberland Township. Gettysourg, K. b. Deardorff Brothers, Tiliie. Pa- Franklin Township. E P Garreuson. Butler Township. _ _ _ _ - . , . John and Frank Garrettson, Menallen Townsmp- R H. Black. PC, 2. Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. Mr= Daniel Miller. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Route fa. D. S. Revnolds. Straban Township. Gettysburg Route 9. ; ' ·\V A.. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 3. " John" Groscost. R. 7. Gettysburg. Straban Township. GarSeld Jacobs, R. IS. Gettysburg near Barlow^ \ Do^-sev Deardorif. Highland Township. (Mrs. H. B. Mover Farm). Emanuel Plank. Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. E. D. Heiges. Biglerrille Borough. John H. Ecke^t. Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. S. W W. Miller fanr. (Oscar Bream tenant) btraoan Township, Gbg. K. 8- Mervin'Siack. Bicrlcrrille. Menallen Township. Mrs. Martha Keed. near Arendtsville. Wavbrisht R:ce. B ; gle'-rille. Pa. H S C-on-T Mi- Joy Township. R. 2. Gettysburg. Pa- John S Wolf, Straoan Township. R. 7, Gettysburg. Pa- Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. BigierviUe. Pa, J. C- Walter. Butler Township. R. 2. Bigiemlle, Pa. ·f* -t 1TT-I -^,.- ^***v^i-.iclor»/? "T"/\T"rcnTT "R. "1 S_ frStl Stoi^e The Weather. Fiir today and tomorrow; south winds. F--an Frank D W t o . . , - , T " V a ,-n n B'ream.^Tvrone Tov.T.ship. : R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. w "ii "Kart. R. 6. Gettysburg. Pa.. Butler Township. SamuM Schvrartz, Mr." Jov Township. Gettysburg. Route 1. j ^ V«""" r zel f Vary A. Sr.vder farm) Franklin iownsmp. "T" V Bushman, r ifarv A. "Snyder Farm) Franklin To\vnsnip. j" \V. Tate. Tyrone Township. R. 4. Xevs- Oxford- J. V»", Cook. Menallen Township. Flora Dale, Pa. Pa. Hands and Feet Bound. Swms 8 Xew Yor'K. Nov. 5.--Harry Eiions.-vy. who though nineteen years old. weighs ^65 pounds, swam from the Brooklyn brM~e to Bayridge. a distance o? eight ffi ;"i e ? with his hands an-1 ieet bound arid "towns a rowboat in which were | seven men. j TwelveTiorses Sum in Ice Plant. { i Mtoona. ra_ Nov. 3.--The plant ot i -h" =:-an'lard Ice company was ae-1 E'roved by fire, the buildings and ma-1 chincrv being a total loss. Twelve holes' were burned in their stalls. Es- · *5maied loss. SoU.uOO; insuraace, $«,-j FOR RENT? furnished ^A : ed rooms. 11 . tisement FOR SALE: five thoroughbred bull ; rriers. Hill Top Poultry Farm, F. G. McCammon.--- advertisement r-e- (Cror-er i-arrn; Cumberland To^r-snip. R- lo. Geti-ysbarg. Ci-as E ScCcltz. (Gilbert Bucher Fanr.) FranKlin Townsmp, R. o.Ubg ^" \ D^ehl Oliiter Farm^ Sutler Township. Star Route, Bjglervdle, Pa. JohnB/Eiker. Cumberland Township. R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa ,,. * A W T Beawer. Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. Gettysburgr. H. 8- r~E~TaTrnev Mt. Pleasant Township. Gettysburg, R-8- r W Toner" E A. Grouse Farm) Menalien Township, R. R. Idaville, Pa. j" Bla^neBushev, Franklin Towr.ship. R. 1. BiglerviiK Pa. Jacob Groscost-'Tyrone Township. R- 7. Gettysburg Pa. W T Howard. Straban Towr.ship. r-s'-ti'n ·\IcGlau"hl!n (John P. Butt Farm) Franklin Township. T-rr-e* ^ar.der^ «X. H. Musselman Farm) Hamiltonban Township. * ^ Howa"rd ilream. 'Straban Township. R. 9 Gettysburg. Pau AH-n ^ed^inc (Robt. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Townsm?. WsVa".-. J- Eckenrode. Cumberland To-rrnship. _ , G G" Griir.n. Straban Township. Route 9. Gettysourg. De-.ton Hofr (Rufus Lawver Farm) Batler Townsmp. Ha-vav Scott. Cumberland Township. ,,..,,. _. T- i Tacob Bovd Mt Joy Township, R. 13,-Gjbg. William Cromer Farm). ^ S F Bushman. Franklin Township, R. a, Gettysburg. ^. F M Hoffman, Bisclen-iile. Route 2. E X . Hoffman. Bisrlerville. Ro :le 2. . _ , . _ , i T I Hereter. Highland Townsmp, R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. F'l-W ManahanTiMrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9,'Gettysburg, Pa David G Lott. Straban Township. Gettysburg. Route 7. W C Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M" Phindl"decker, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 5. H" M.'Trostle. Highland Towr.ship. Tiliie Post'Office^-' p X. Hankev (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland fwp., R. o. D" C.' March," Butler Township, R. G, Gettysburg. · ' * Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. _ _^,. ._ --J

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