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^s Theatre .Medical Advertising. Friday Nbvember 7 irect ; From LaFayette Theatre New Ay Visor Just a little care 2nd small expense, that's alL Isn't a head of rich, heavytiair worth ·white? Ask Your Doctor. FALII86 *Rqger s and Creamers rNegro; Players of A menca m 'The 'Old* Man's Boy Three Act Musical Comedy 41IHTOPLE.40 :Read What -The New York Critics Say New York San: The first night's audience did not know that the term "Xegro Players," as the advertisement says, is a phrase meant to denote an attempt to display the literature and taient of a. distinctive race. So they were a little surprised v/hen they found pathos, plot, though s. meagre one. and a problem mixed up ·with an Apache dance, clog dances, ragtime and other things that have made the regulation minstre! show. But they took it ic. good part, even with enthusiasm, and that is saying more than could be said of many a Broadway show. If "The Old Man's Boy"' had lain for twenty-four hoars on. the desk of a Long Acre Square manager it might not have appeared in the form that it did, which is not saying anything against it- Prices 50c and 75c, ___ Seat Sale Tuesday. _ iFurniture Auction On Thursday November 6 at one o'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, dc not miss this sale as we will have something that you will want, _ Chas. S. Mumper 'Co _ ijjiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiii.'iiiiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiniiHniiiiiiiiniiiiHiniiniiiiiiiHJiiiintniiiiiiifi'iiimHiiiiiiiiiiiii | TREES FOR SALE 1 = I have good Peach and 2,000 Apple trees ready § 1 for planting that, I will sell at re asonable prices in = = ' small or large lots. = | G. E. Spanglet | = Gettysburg. Pa. _ = Is Easily Stopped; Also Dandruff and Itching Scalp--Use Parisian . ' Sage. Since Parisian Sage, the rerredy that remo'/es dandruff with one appli- . cation, has been placed on sale thous- jands of purchasers have found that ' dandruff is unnecessary; that falling hair and itching scalp can be quickly stopped acd that hair which is brittle, matted, stringy or dull and faded, can ba made soft, fluffy and abundant. To everyone who wishes to eradicate dandruff, stop falling hair and have an immaculately clean scalp, free from itehiness, People's Drug Store agrees to sell a large fifty cent bottle cf Parisian Sage with a guarantee w refund the money if not satisfied. IE :s an idea!, daintily perfumed hair tonic, free from grease and stickiness. De- iighteu users pronounce Parisian Sage the best, most pleasant and invigorating- hair tonic made. RHEUM! WILL STOP URIC ACID DEPOSIT Rheumatic Complications Checked and the "Human Sewers" Restored. The Kidneys, Bowels and Skin are the '"human sewers"' which carry on the imparities in the blood. When these are clogged Urir Acid sedimem lodges in the muscles and joints and Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA, the great remedy .for all forms of the terrible disease, checks the deposit of Uric Acid. "I suffered from Rheumatism for six years. Tried different doctors, -with no relief. I have taken three bottles of RHEUMA and am entirely free from the disease-"--P. W. Miller. Catawissa. Pa. People's Drug Store will return your money if it fails; 50 cents 2 bottle. If -Too Suffer Any Stomach Bites You Should Take Mi-o-na .ow--At Once--Its Action is Immediate-Safe--^Effective. When you feel nervous, irritable, tired arid dizzy--when you have headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, indigestion and pains in the colon and bowels--you suffer from indigestion-you need Mi-o-na at once. ill-o-na goes to the seat of your I trouble and quickly and surely ends stomach misery. It builds up and strengthens the stomach walls and glands, .Improves quickly the digestive system ana assists nature to properly digest the'Tood, thus insuring health for the entire system. Do not suffer another day. Gee a fifty cent box of Ml-o-sa i ablets at People's Drag Store. -^lltHlHIliunilUHIIIH flH»imi!lH!HHni!H!HUHHIIHHHIIIt!IllHIIBin ilHUIHIIUHHIII HHIIHUIIH HUH? Grad-of Optics.29 Pomfert St.,CarlIsIe. I will be in Get t y s b u r g every Tnesday a t P e n r o s e Myers' Jewelry Store. W.H.DIXKL3 DISCUSS COMMUNION WINE Women's Christian-Temperance Union Takes Up Question. . Asbury Park. N. X, Xov. 4.--The annual Ssht against the use of wine in he communion was reopened in the ~3rii=th national convection of toe Von;«?n"s Christian Temperance Un- .32 here. Mrs. H. E- Hol!ingshea3, of Ohio, s-ho is leading the campaign against he use of wine in religious services, sxhocated the use of unfermented jrape juice instead. la support of her views Mrs. Hollingshead told the delegates that al- ~eae!y a number of iaSuentiai churches lad replaced wine «v:th grape juice. 'However, we hardly hope to accomplish cur purpose so far as the fash- ·onab!e ci^y churches are concerned '"or some time yet," saiti Mrs. Holiings- ·lecii. - She said no answpr had been received from the house of bishops of he Protestant Episcopal church since ·he request was made at -the triennial "onvontioE recently that the Episcopal church do away with wine. Satisfactory progress is being-made n the union's fifht to have the federal constitution amended to prevent polygamy, according to Mrs. -Harriet S. Pntchard. cf Xew York, head of- the department for the. promotion of pur- :ty in literature and* art, whose report on the subject stated · that- a dozen =!taces had gone oa record against the olural marriages. - H) GUARD CITY DURING STRiKE 0,3,SENApRS|SfiDSEO TELEGRAPH Resolution Would Limit'Item to Washington, Nov.«,4.--As the result of charges made by SenatOr^Brlstow. of Kansas, that Senator -Ashurst. of Arizona, had abused the privilege of transmitting telegrams oa official business at government-expense, -he senate committee on audit and. control 01 the contingent: expenses of The senate starred an inquiry ·which resulted in reporting a resolution introduced by Senator Shafroth, of Colorado, limiting: the value of telegrams a senator may send at government expense to $50 annually. The committee submitted a report on the resolution prepared by Senator \Villiams, which disclosed the fact tha: the meaibers had conducted an investigation of the alleged abuse of the privilege by senators. The committee fcusc that the average suinber of telegrams sent !n three months was forty- iive for each senator and that the expense incurred in each case was S25.27. They found that, nine senators had sen: no telegrams, while one sent "IS, at an. expense to the government of $210. The lowest expense Incurred for such telegrams y»-as 26 cents by one senator who invoked the government rate. "Some senators seem to have substituted the telegraph for the post." said Senator TViiliatns in his report- "Some seem never to resort to it. Others have resorted to i~ only oa strictly ofScial business, and then only when the occasion was emergency and a letter would not answer tne purpose."' Selz Waukenphast Model Very Latest for Women This Is one of the newest models brought out by the Selz factories. The popularity and universal satisfaction given by the Selz Waukenphast for men, suggested a similar model for v/ornen and children. They were Introduced this season for the first time. The factory at Chicago is working day and night'to supply the demand for them. Let us fit you with a pair and you will then know why Selz shoes are so popular. We also have many other styles for men, women and children. Ask or send for our Catalogue. For BOTS aod GSs AIS-13 RIOTS GREETJIEW DUKE Socialists Mar Ceremony of Eievstion to the Throne of "Brunswick. Brunswick. Germany. Xov, 4.--Disagreeable weather and rioting: by Socialists, in v.hich many persons were hurt, marked tne state entry of the r-oang Duke and Dueaess of Bmn \rick. son-in-law and daughter of the kaiser, hitherto known as Prince Ernes; August of Cuisberlana and Princess Victoria liaise of Prussia. "\Y"ni!e rhe cuke was issuing a decree granting amnesty tn prisoners in celebration o: bis c:e»atibn to-the tbrohe of the grand ti-jcay racical -Socialists ca"le:l a mass meetias-outside .tne cas=- tie Fiery speeches-led ito a.'.hostile demonstration and :-a_'iSsnt So21owe Soldiers and police charged the-rioters aad drove tr.etn avray.-. - Kiifed on Way to Deathbed. Braddoc;:. Pa., Xov.. 4.--Hnrryiag to the becjice of his dying brother in the hospital. Patrick' Coyne became confuse'l in tbe Pennsylvania, railroad ysrds and was killed b"-a irain. His ]rother. ifsrhcal Coyne, died tne fol- Ic-wisg aftemcon. Indianapolis Bankers and Business Men Do Police Duly. PfllLDElPM IS KILLED GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA-- FLOUR steady; winter clear. SS-ToS-S-SO; citv mills. . K~i"E FL-OUK. quiet, cat ;$3.5G@3.60 per barrei- V."HEAT steady: Xo. _2 red, - "SELZ ROYAL BLUE 95 STORE B--*^gabg. r*?st* . CORX steady: Xo.^2 -white, Sl@ Sl'-c. · O~ATS steady: Xo. 2 white, 4S@ lf ¥c.-. lower grades. 45c. - P'OTATOES steady: per bushel, TO -ffSSc. POULTRY: Live steady: hens. 33® ISc.: oM roosters. ll@12c. Dressed firm: choice fowls. 19c.; old roosters, I3c _ BUTTER sieany: fancy creamery, 35f . per 3?.. EGGS steadv: selected. 40c.; nearby, 37c.; western. Sic. Produce Markets, CHICAGO -- HOGS weak and gener- allv 5c, lower; bnlk of sales. §7.70® S.l^: Hgbt. S750-SS.1": mixed, S7.50S) S.20; beavy. S7.40©S.25; rough, $7.40 g.7.60: pigs, S5@7.25. C-ATTI-E steady: beeves. $6.70® !.65; Texas steers. S6.65@7.75; stockers and feeders. S5@7.50: cows and heifers, $3.30@S.2s; calves, $6.50@ 10.7n. SHEEP slow and 10@15c. lower: native sheep, S4@-5: yearlings, ~|5.10 @6; lam'»« native, $6@7.40. Was Shot By Guard In Street Car) Barn Who Was Firing Into Crowd !n ] Street. ! i Indianapolis. InL, Xov. 4.--Xo effort '· was made to resume street car ser* :ee, \ which has been, tied up since Friday night by the strike of the employes of the Indianapolis Traction and Ter-1 mina! company. s Although a special guard of police: was detaHed to guard strike breakers, · the crowds of strikers and syiapathiz-1 ers flocked so thickly near the Louis- j iana street car barns thai the cars j were not run out. The crowd teat or- j derly and cuiet, but remained on the" watch a block from the bams. i Bankers, merchants and professional' men are to guard the streets in order '· to iet the police devote th-air fuH time · to tbe prevention o* destruction to · street car property. Shenrf Porcteus' served summonses OH 200 represents-1 tive business men, ordering them to j report for guard duty as deputies. i An^onsj the men summoned by the | sheriff were: James A. Allison, secre-; tary of the Indianapolis Speedway; : Fred M. Avers, a merchant; Harry At-j kins, manufacturer; William K. · Brown, automobile manufacturer; for-| iner Postmaster Robert H. Bryson; 3 Otto F. Frenze!, Merchants' Xational | bank;'C. C. Hanch, president of the' Chamber of. Commerce; Thomas! Howe, president of Butler college, and j others. i Clubs were used freely by the police I when aa attempt was made to run the j cars which stand oa street corners j iato the car barns. When the strike j sympathizers discovered the plan they crowded to the front end of the car and resisted the muscular force of the police. Although the men scattered at the use of the clubs, they returned quickly when the police returned to the cars and the effort was given, up. Robert L. Todd, president of the street car eorcnany; John J. llahoney. superintendent for the company, aac Superintendent of Police Hyland were attacked by a mob, but were not seri cusly injured. The mob threw stones bricks, lumps of coal and pieces of iron, striking the three mes several times. Todd and ilahoney. accompanied by Hyland. had gone to Georgia street and Capitol avenue in an effort to run cars into the Louisiana street baras. A crowd soon collected and drove the ear ofEcials away -srith missiles. The strikers followed the men to the com pany's offices in the terminal building bat did not attempt any destruction there. In an attempt to rnsh the street car earns where Imported men are quartered. Isaac Fleisher, twenty-four years old, an imported roan from Philacel ph:a, was shot in the neck and died on cae way to the City hospital. Fleisher ·vss shot by one of the men in the bam, who -eas firing into the crowd ircin a second-story window. The nouce had the streets around rhe barns roped, and when they lei clown the ropes for an automobile to pass the crowd rushed through. The strikers and thpir friends pushed past the pohee. and as they approached ths | barns they were met by a volley o' riSe shots fro rathe second-story windows of the barns. Fleisher fell almost at the feet of Police Sergeant Andrev.-s. vhom he was helping to stop the rwsn. About a dozen shots were Sred. but Fleisher was the oaiy one who was hit. ?£QRE VEGETABLES.LESS MEAT \Yestern Hctelkeeper's Suggestion te 'Secrease High Cost of Living. -Escelsion Springs. ?.Io., Xov. 4. -More vegetables on the menu and not so Eaasy meats as a means of circumventing- the high cost of living was one .of the-proposals discussed by the Mis- .soarkKansas Oklahoma Hotel Men's .association at the opening session of its, convention here. Soda fountains serving a light hmch^ eon, it-was said, would greatly increase nsines by attracting patrons who had .neither money, time nor appetite to face-the bill of fare of dicing room or cafe. Killed Himself at 86. Atlantic City. X. J.. Xov. 4. -- Despondent because he realized that cancer would soon caiise his death, Charles H. Fairbanks. e:ghty-s5s years of age, took a sliest from his bed. fashioned a nocse, ns'iled out a snit case for a "trap." icra two slats from the bed. placed ihem between t~o doors opening ir.to a narrow ha'lwsy, fixed the noose on his r.eclc and over the slats, stoca on the snlt case and kicked it frosr under him. He was dead when occupants of the house found aim. Maid 63 Years In One Family. Philadelphia. Xov. 4.--Ellen Hume, who for sixty-three years has been in the service of one family, celebrated her nSaetierh birthday anniversary. She is housekeeper for John T. Morris and his sister. Miss I.ydia T. Morris, r.nd sac entered the service of the fan:f»" as a mai'l when Isaac H. Mor- M;.. the father of her present emplo\er, living. F01J REXT: furnished or unfurnished rooms. 117 Carlisle street.--arver- tisement ! FOR SALE: five thoroughbred bull 'terriers. Hill Top Poultry Farm, F. G. j ' McCammon.--advertisemenfi. \ * 3 -4* ' * * All persons are warned not to trespass on the prentisWfof ""the signed with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game in mny nor forfishing,orin any way injuring or destroying property. All perxm* ri» .lating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on !*JH!* of | the undersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of therAct of April 14, 1905. William Allison, Sam'L Walters farm, Hamfltonhan township. John D. Siley, JEL 12; Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. ^ D. B. Wineman, Cumberland Township. J 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. Mt. Joy Twp." Jacob Froxnmeyer, Straban Township. George E. Harman, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs- 31ary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R. 2, Biglerville. Mrs. Matilda I_ 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. Brov.Ti, Highland Township. f ^ J | R. F. Bidole, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. -s' 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. ·- i Robert EL. Major, Straban Township. John W. Mcllhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Strahan Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chanibersburg Pike. Robert Harner, Greenmonnt, Pa. ·" Harry E. Shrlver, Butler Township. R- 6, Gettysburg. " ^'* | Joseph A. Albert, Bntler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. ''^ William Coshun, Straban Township. D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Ellas Wolf ord, Mt- Pleasant Township. E. I_ Smith. Butler Township. Biglerville. J. Edward Lawyer, Butler Township. R. R- Xo. 2, BiglervQIe. S. J. Haverstick, 31. M. Sponseller f arm, Straban Twp.,-R-~8, Gbg. M- E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm, Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott, Cumberland Township- John H. Sponseiler, (McPherson Farm). Cumberland Township. , Jacob E. Hoke, Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. H. M. Sneeringer, R. 9, Gettysburg, near Bonneauville, Pa. J. D. Moose, Biglerville. Pa. G. F- Basehoar. Gettysburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. Louis Mizell, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 7. X. J. Shank. Biglerville Route 1. T. F. Roth. Batier Township, Gettvsburg Route 6. C. S. Gries't's Sons (C- Arthur Griest. Mgr.) Guernsey. C. A. Heiges and Mrs. H. F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren. Menallen Township. C. H. Rummeil on C. L. Osbome'farm. Menailen Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons. Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bujham's Sons. Libertv Township. Jacob F. Peters. Tyrone Township, R- 3, Biglerville. Pa. Charles Essiek and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Coulson. Butler Township. A. S. Whisler. Mt- Pleasant Township. R- 10. Mrs- Ciestia A. Black. R. 1. Biglerville, Pa. George Herring. Highland Township. W. F. Herbst. "Orrtanna R. 1. 0. B- Sharretts, Cumberland Township.. R. 2. Gettysburg, Pa. G. E. Stallsmith. Straban Township. R- 9, Gettysburg. Pa. '· · , John Dick. KofFacker Farm. Straban Township. " , ·' Gilbert Rudisi'l. Cumberland Township. Gettysburg Route 1. r ^ J. E. Jacobs. Eugene S. Kelly farm. Cumberland Township. J. C'avton Riderl Mt. Jov Township. Gettysburg R.-1, Charles Fidler. "W. E. Golden farm). R. i. Biglerville, Butler'Twp. H. S. Mertz. Hamilton Township, (Campbell and Mover Farm.) James L. Bigha-n. Freedom Townshin. Gettysburg, Pa. Lev! Crum. Menailen Township. Mrs. Andrew Bronsrh. R- 1, Asners, Menailen Township. L. H. Meals. Cumberland Township, R- 5, Gettysburg. C. W. Black. (J. Carr.a Smith Farm) R_ 2, Gettysburg, Mt Joy Twp. Wm. H- Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg- George W. Wolf. IL 3. Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. Edmund Lnt!e. (John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Harris Cook. Menailen Township. . Walter C. Snvder. R. 12. Gettysburg-. Pa.. Cumberland Twp., Bayly Farm. Vincent Reddlner, R- S. Gettysburg. Straban Township. Edward Reddinsr R- 9. Gettysburg. Straban Township, A. J. Smith Farm. H. E. Bovd. Guldens, Pa.. Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. Ham- S/Trostle. Straban Township. Edward A. Trestle, Straban Township. John Leese. on Xathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. Mervm I. Weikert. Highland Township, R- 1, Fairfield. D. F. Batterman, Butler Township. Shultz Bros. D. B. Snvder Farm. Straban Township. Gettysburg, P- O. McDannel Bros.. Arendtsville ana-Franklin Township, Biglerville, R. 1. S. B. Bream (F. 31. Bream's farm) Bntler Township. Calvin R- Snvder. Bonneauville. Pa. Otis Wa!ter."(Conrad Walter Farm R. 1, Tillie, Franklin Township. F. B. Tvvisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. Strausbauch- Orrtanna, R. 1- Albert Holilneer. Cumberland Towr.ship. Gettysburg, R. 6. Deardorff Brothers, Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township. E. P. Garrettscn. Bntler Township. John and Frank Garrettson. Menailen Township. R. H. Black. R. 2, Getxvsburar, Cumberland Township- Mrs- Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Route 6. D. S. Revnolds, Straban Township. Gettysburg Route 9. W. A. Bigbam, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R- 3- John Groscost, R- 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. ~ Garneld Jacobs. R- 13. Gettysburg near Barlow. -- Dorsev Deardorff, Highland Township. (Mrs. H. B. Moyer Farm). «. Emanuel Plank. Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. E. D. Heiges. Bisrlerville Borough- John H. Eckerr. Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 8- W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township, Gbg. R- 8. Mervin Black. Bisrierville. Menallen Township. Mrs. Martha Eeed. near Arendtsville. ;l Pk- S. Wavbright Rice. Biglerville. Pa. H. S. Cromer. Mt- Jov Township, R- 2. Gettysburg, Pa. John S. Wolf. Straban Township. R. 7. Gettysburg, Pa. Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa. J. C. Walter. Bntler Township, R..2, BiglervIHe. Pa. Robert WItherow. Cumberland Tovraship. R- 13, Gettysburg. Pa. Frank Herr, Cumberland TownsbJprR-.13, Gettysburg, Pa- Frar.k Eicholtz. Freed Farm, Straban Township, R- 12. Gettysburg, Pa. D. W. Stoops, Highland Township. E- 4. Gepysburg, Pa. J. Martin Bream. Tvr'one Township. R. 3. Biglerville, Pa. H. H. Hart. R. 6. Gettysburg. Pa.. Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz. Mt- Jov Township, Gettysburg. Route 1. J. A. Weczel. (Marv A. S~nyder farm) f icanklm Township. J. M. Bushman. (Mary A- Snvder Farm) Franklin Township. '· ; J. W. Tate, Tyrone Township." R. 4. Xew Oxford. J. W. Cook. Mer.allen Township, Flora Dale, Pa- A. I. Osborne. R. 2, Biglerviile. Allen Barnes. (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township, R- 13, Gettysburgu Chas. E. Schultz. (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township, R- 5, Gb*R. A. Diehl, iMinter Farm) Buder Township. Star Route, Biglerville, Johr. B. E:ker. Cumberland Township. R- 12, Gettysburg, Pa. W. J. Beamer. Strahan and Mt- Pleasant Townships. Gettysburg, "R. C E. Tawnev," Mt- Pleasant Townslilp, Gettysburg. R. S. C. W. Toner." (E. A. Crocse Farm) Merallen Township. R- R. Idaville, Pa. J. Elaine Bushey. Franklin -Towriship. R- 1, Biglerrille. Pa- Jacob Groscost,"Tyrpne Township. R- 7, Gettysburg, Pa. W. T. Howard, Straban Township. _ Cnrtin McGlausihllr. (John P. Bctt jrarm) Frcr.klin Township. James Sar.derst (X- H. Musselmaii Farm) Hair.iitonban Township. Howard Bream. Straban Township, R. 9. Gettysbarg. Pa. Allen Reddinsr (Robt. S. Bream Farm),Cumberland Township. William -J. Eckenrode. Cumberland -Township. G. G. Griffin. Straban Township. Ro\ite 9, Gettysburg. Der.ton Hoff (Rufus Lawver Farm) Batier Township. Harvev Scott, Cumberland Township. Jacob "Boyd. Mt- Jov Township. R. 13. Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S F. Bushman, Franklin Township. R. 5, Gettysourg. J D. M. Hoffman. Bijrlerville. Route 2. _, ^'~ E. X. Hoffman. Bisrlerville, Route 2. · J. I. Hereter. Highland Township. R. 4. Gettysburg,-Pa- ^ Ernest Manahan ? (Mrs- P. L. Houck Farm) R- 9, Gettysburg, Pa _ J David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township. R. 9, Gettysburg. M Shin.lledecker, Cumberland Township,.Gettysburg,,R, 5. II. M. Trostle, Highland Township, Tillie Post. Office. t D A. Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. 5. · i. C. March.'Butler Township, R. G, Gettysburg ,» liobert M. Eldon, Aspers. . _ . . . , -- ~~l E W SPAFLk

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