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CHRISTMAS SAGS AND FANS ARE HANDSOME By JULIA BOTTOM LEY. The immense variety in ribbonsiper- mits an unending variety in fancy, bags, and they -vrill play their usual prcsiiaent partat Ctnisisias tinie. Tho rich" brocades"'saai b*»vy weaves in ·plaiB .ribbons are «se- for opera hags and for the handsorae shopping bags which city- women find it convenient to carry with theni when they have sraall purchases to make and intend ^.carrying them home Ribbons in lighter weight, such as the Dresdens, ia taffeta, which are found in so man? ·beautiful designs, are chosen for all those hags that fonn accessories to the Jfumishiags of the home. Among -taese,-those with Sowered patterns on t a plain silk ground having wide faorv 6ers of gauze are the newest and most ^beautiful of the season's offenngs. Such a ribbon is shown here -In th pretry corset bag pictured. A new design sn a shopping hag ,which may he made long enough 'to O COBNSTALK DISEASE r FOR POWER TRANSMISSION. -Enormous -Herringfaene --Gear - Wheel j J*, ut k/ .Machine. {_ "flie/.ada-ance sriitli .Jiav no*r leeo i!!«it!« jii the nay of siriKliK-JH lN.for all was in- "Gonsstalk disease" is not a myth In »f'industrial n*-" K \\rit ilJiistrafHl, many fanners".ivbo have -been fortu- . !: » J S"**'ttaaJ. aiul it i ai»o aii ezsitipie of nate-anoHgb"«9t to em-punter it in ! ^ wa - v .-" ""huh y«ir uunafactuniig theu-.ej-Keriiences, writes .a Nebraska ·"" s J* 1 * 0 "' 1 *" ** MK ia!sz«*l ·"" "TM - i- i ii ?*t* rit(**(***Y* * \vi!s*i*»»*^ ffn** f*f »*· coirespoudeatof-Farm Progress. It! - '» ^-o wm«r«. ?nt _t .r «-. . J ·'»··«· ha-. ^^«sr «ntias n:::c!inc is a. very real thin? to the man who ; ^ :a jj t .( f or c . ( {j.j,.^ j, .rr1'r''Mii*- .hasJost a-lfenc vai-aable yousg cattle j .^.j, «ii« v u iVuMhirty fo^hi through turning tlietn into a stalk ?A » ?·! toUla-: uml pii.fo:i »f «s field ~ _ { as te-» «»r in ""ii'-rti;^* v,";tl»ui Young cattle seem to be more liai.-ej pwio-1 t'««* a.ivaiitsse?. of rbta, class of to dapgerous attacks (T this trouble it " !ril! " h-jxe b-s-oaje wore :u«l aiorje thaa the oiler one* For «=oiae reason M'I'rwisred. aor only for «i*e in rollliis or other they are mor*' susceptible to it, and it goes harder with 'them after 7223" 7360 "TUNICKED AND PANNIERED IN MOST APmOVED FASHION frocks no longer sagsestj weight and warmth, rather Slmmessj and sheeniess. E\er thing mast be I diaphanous this season. This Js especially truf- of indoor dresses. luncheon and 7«a frocks. Mousseijne, tulle. rcilc, net a-!d caiffon are the favored! materials. j 7922 -ja a most char.asng- dancing i dress. Plaited chiffon is bung over a; «3el£cate pink foundation of liberty | ·atin.- The scaped trimming band orii th« .skirt is of pink chiffon bordered^ -with pink and blu^ znousseline rosej buds, with. now antt tl*en a. bud of bold- i «r color Tor con-rast. A colter of the; pink chiffon is also edged with rose- j buds -More vivic color is brought outj in the broad fo'ded sash. · A set-in sleeve is us^d and a three-' piece skirt. Tbe dress closes in tbe back. -This_ - little dancing frock may ba copied." in size 13 with 4% yards of ZS inch material. In 7SSO flowered, chiffon, is ^draped. the inset at the bottom, of tbe skirt is of planed chiffon. The dress is a peasant model, closing In the Jsack. A sur- pHce effect in the front, edged with _ a fr.I! o* plaited net. .renders Use blouse distinctive, and the wide, sharply contrasting girdle is- another smart point. To make a frock after this design" in" size ZS 07! yards of 36 inch material.L» neeced- Xo. TS22--sizes 15. 17 and IS. Xo 7SSO--sizes 34 to 42. F£ch^ggj.tgrn^l3_ceni5. To- obtain either pattern Illustrated SIl [oat this coupon and enclose 15 cents Sn lamps or coin Be ,sart to state nurroer Xame --. Lof pattern, and slz», saeasurias over tre i.dr»i-e=s fullest pa-t or ih»- bust. Adcr»Es Pattern -" Department, care of this paper. Size 1 Walter's Theatre Friday Npvember 7 Direct From LaFayette Theatre New York Rogers and .Creamers Negro Players Arm in "The Old Man s Boy" A Three Act Musical Comedy ·^O-PEOPLE-40 . .Read What The New York Critics Say New York Sim: The-jirst night's audience did not know tha'c the term "Xegro Players,"' ss the advertisement" says, is a phrase meant to denote an attempt to display -the lierature and talent of a dlstir.ctrce race. So they were a little surprised when they found pathos, plot, thence a meagre one, and 3. problem mixed up Tvith ; an Apache dance, clog dances, ragtime and other things that have irade the regulation minstrel show. But they took K in good part, even with enthu- .fciasnVand that is saying more than could be said of many a Broadway show. ^If "life-Old Man's Boy" had lain for cvvenCy-fonr hours on the desk of a Long AcrelBqnare manager it might; not have appeared in the form that it did, ^Tchicfiris not saving anything against-it, - f Prices 50c and 75c, Seats BOW on sale at Peopled Drug Store. answer for a music roll as well, is pictured- It is made of Drown nhooa and a figured ribbon stitched together. A. aarroTi silver braid is placed over the. stitching. The top of the hag is edged with the sar:e braid and a little finish of silver ball trimming is placed along ihe bottom. The bag is not gathered at the top, but is provided with four cords by which it is held. It is laid in a lev.- plaits at each *ide, held in place by an ornament _made of _tae silver cord. A substantial ribbon is required for this novel design. A. collar bag cf figured silk,suitable as a" gift to a man is provided wira a. pasteboard bottom, with sides rwo or three inches high. The lid of a round, oblong box is used for This foundation. It is covered with the silk. A strip of su ten inches wide forms tne hag; oas edge is sewed to The Galloway is the oHert ofxlhe pi;re brcc-fis of cattle aid is noted tr-r ItsljardinesE. Tbe breed is na- tlie to^ECUtht^esr S^otlant:. Trh4re t!-e c»^5loaj a=ion~ far-n-'Sis to winter cattle In the open. Tbe:--,ha.ve tnu=s acquired tbo=o characteristics of hardiness- "Inch adapt tem to farming conGStions in America.,es- oecsallv ^m, iie northern and west- em sections. In fact, experience p'-oves that the Ga ; !o\vay does oet- le-- irhert ^vintsr'^d -n the opeir than ·a-hen sheltered .n tarns Among: fcp^r breeds the GaHovrov holds high rank. _ -All persons are warned act to trespasTon %fgned with dog, gun or trap for the e p r u w e i nor forfishing.orin any way injuring 1 or-destroying property. g the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing jB*-liyto'*f ^ era ?« ner ' wi ll'fc«|dealt wijh under «K-pwyisions of tiw.Acfc ft April 14, I'-iey 6"o .set it- The Oner the stclfcs the more liable the cattle are to be the bottom around wa.ch the silk fits smoothly. The upper edge is gatner- ed on an elast:c cord run in a casing in the hen: Silver cord provides hangers and the cag is furnished with, an ornament made of It at each side and a bit of silver braid outlining the support at. the bottora. This is a convenience mat any man will appreciate, * The fine art of Japan puts even the least" expensive of Japanese fans in a class by themselves If one must look for gifts which have an artistic value to make them attractive, and at the sams time may be had at a small price, the products of the Jap- UfURALGIA, PLEURISY COUGHS. LUfciBASO. SORE THROAT VANISH ·All iVfiserr Ceases ^when, Bzgy's Mus- * matic Joints. Indeed its action in ail .tarineJs Applied for Any Ache, Pain forms of Rheumatism and Neuritis is "or Soreness.-It's very Penetrating- little less than marvelous. Get a 25 cent box to-day. Use it to- nigbt to draw out the" agony from those poor, burning, inflamed feet. BEGY'S MUSTAKINE yon^t blister. Don't be afraid to use it freely. It ; greatest of all remedies for Sprains, .Tnat hacking cough; that cold-in the chest; that terrible backache or head,ache will speedily disappear by just .robbing on BEGY'S ^iUSTARINE ' worrv about Lumbago, Sere , g greatest of al s Lameness or Stiff Xeck: Bruises, Cramps b n relief in just a few , than any plaster, poultice, iimmen.. or hot'water-Bottle. never fails to prove a biessmg , *tJ.«J «-!.«_ W \f*. .L**l*h *··«·- f"~" -- -- T^T -. T 3, .sufferers from painful, Swollen Rheu- ^sts. m Leg and Sore s joyful Musdes. It acts ?o quickly that users t's bet*°r are simply astonished. Be sure it's BEGY'S MUSTARIXE. -MUSTARINE is for sale and rec- onimended in Gettysburg at all drug- Motto. ~ j Burmese Measure Like Ours. »^j ^a_jgood, -xobtto" for married i The pulgat, a Burmese measure, is i^'Be-sure,you're right, then aJi | the only foreign measure exactly cor- your wife." " " ' 1 responding to our inch. anese are more likely than any others to meet the requirements of fine taste. Here is a little group of fans which illustrate this fact. A fan with, white enamel sticks, finished out with gold, has a shaded ground in- cteaar, beaatlful hlue, merging with -white- Carved ^S*TI^^? wood nonkes . ^ao for a lifetime, which depends for JJ namentation upon the way in which the sticks are cot out in a lace pattern. They are fcsid together by a narrow ribbon. The faint and den- clous odor of the wood makes this a fan to treasure. Nothing but a satin-like paper and brown, wood sticks form the ground upon which some artist has distinguished himself In the last fan. Such fans may be found ranging In price from about 50 cents to 52. Ti':cre is no treatment for it yet de- j veiyo^Hl. The v»tennanans canaot j fi.cke up their minds as to tne cause^ of tne .-iif»cTnn. * , It rn'ikes SitUe fiiffprpHfe abont the rau^e s-o IODE: a«r n« two men are able to .-sere** upon it- The point tbe cattlp i owner must keep 5u aiind is how to_i nreveGt it. The foIlo'Tin?: plan Im-1 been fonnd valuable as a prevenm«'- j Tirn tbe cattle" into the «talk fiekl! sn^-dn-tiiy Tbe fip=t sfy ought not be I ·ongcr than half _ajr hour, and this may bo gmdnally inci^ased if jno trouble is eueomrered. ,_- _ r _ If the cattle are well fed and wa terect before being-turned- In there is j le=s opportumtv -for trouble, as so mach of the dn food-will not be eaten · Givins: them water immediately auej j .they have stnnied theni=^lves wjth drs b!.ides and bu'-ks may bring on an. nt tack. By feedins ^oiae-lasative forage like clfalfa or i2tl!«t as a part of the muoi ·=val!e on the fetancs_tbe.cattle are Ics^ 'ikeiy to develop any of the- symptoiit - Sn far a*: I Unow'there is no.tnedicn! 1 rreani^rtc In.t a laxative is helpfu' in | trie «-ariiest ^tapps of tbp tr-jubie. It is j tieii to bear in mind that a great m.-.ny j ·-sse.« devolop Jate in tbe fall o r j enrlv in the winter dtinng the first' cold, stormy rains. By getting iho-| catt'e out of rhe §e*ds in such Tveatlier! and putting- Uiem.gander shelter t n e j danger of an attactewilLoe niiniiBized. i It is easy to pick out the sufferers in 1 a herd. They, arc -found "hnzapea up" ', and at some_?«stance from-the, main j body of tbe cs r-rle-.-The. switching or j the t.-uJ-^-tbe resUessness _and the aim j ie 5 ^ Idpklnc: "r? evidences of 5 KIO HEBBI:;GBOSS rai!l! to transasit tbe large amount of pi'TIM- ::eedet* for. tlie ro'ls and at the same tini» be able to stand the very seven- shock-* arising in this'kind of \vork. but also in the navy and other helil- where tbe use of electric motors i-s i.ow becoming general. Tim k«nd of ^carins is. in fact, well nt l nptE«l to work-in a number of cases \vhere-:i lanre-amount of power Is to In* tai-fsi from an electric motor. In VICTT jf the incrensing demand for tlie ^IMHBK tlie factory above referred to wa-- erected in "Pans exclusively for Ii-odi:clnsc herringbone gears,-and o-v- IH^ to the specialization of this work ir is now turning out gears of hi^b nu::ilrr and precision In consequence the French nsvy is now making use o* t'iet- jrenii- largely. They are us-d np-n a number of tbe battleships :'-i» fleet for driving some of the n i- chrnery on board. They are also em- piored in the Transvaal mines...where tlnrtv-one -ear "=ets serve for electee wii3 best of 2-"Kr to 900 horsepower, ajc twenty-three-sets are used for-tu'.-e- Tlie dmr jtjid older the stalks tlie more dangerous tbey seem to be. Corasfciis: dzspase'is r.irely beard of earlv hi tbe fs.ii. last s more comajon after tne last corntieid nas been gathered nn'l the. ^tocJr ttrrned in. -Rast on-VVFre-Wheels. Regardless of the quality of ecamel that is used on wire constant vibration is likely to cause it to hip. and v. here it chips the spokes tri!! r;:st; and in time they will tre,-fc if tbe rt;«t is permitted to eat its w«y into the metal. -The onuce of prevc:i- * rn on^.^ts of the applirarjon of sw-- ' c-^ive c-»:!t^ of thin, hard enamel.^ry. ·r.v ··· or T" i'-e r MX "son or rs often tLe pxi^tiijEr enac*-! ^IIOTTS. signs of i I'ii'pirj; cr ^ve^ri:'^ off Almost a*i~ c.i"i (···".fficl protlatc'l for u^eon tnet"I- i!" Mi'-f:!c»«: ^vin ;e~f t ^e purpose, aiul it --iH-nld not be iit on too thickly or .r \v,:i : lion a Ten-i^ncv to chip easilv T:i«- l.rrtf-r iv.-»y :» to apply seve;-.;! · ^ ;*- -f -.err tftiii «;i.iinel. nllowi. s f . '· ' dr; t'HToncbly hctore tlie ue~t ;. :'i:r 03« TIi- flryiuc process is rn .1- p v-t ·-! ji,!7t '»C t!)«- torh. aud sfaon (i :..- ^i-fji .--r:i:i!" Mine -- Aatomob. e -Hi2h Motor So=Td. \ ^K-.-.! of .;j:i!? rfro!nti».:s nrr ml i 'i'i- lor .m ;!!ir»n»ol!.e nj'stor w.is *-- r.5.s;is'i"0 by tJie ant»ui.!iie testn.:r ;;!nr.t of Jb'- ATo^-t^-ter !"o2y;pcbnic i ! Reasons For the SJIo- Pe*-aus.e ,of the palatabiiitv and suc- ealence silage rossesr -«t Tdgiicr feeding yaiue than does tbe same foracp dry t cured Conservative feeders cs^ riinate^tbnt the si!o-doubles the value, of the fora ire crop-.,' f Sjlas:e,caii be used in summer and fall as-aj=nbstitute for and to supplement pasture -It has been conclusively proved that the silo effects a considerable "yjving in the cost of production of beef, rant ton ard raiJk, The siio enables the fanner to keep more live stock, which promotes the rotation of crop^ and tbe preservation of the soil fertility- Improving the Korst's Mane. The mane snd tail of a horse may be Improved ia thickness by siaaply bathing then: once a day -wjth cold water. If any skin trouble is present pour on or rub ia,a mixtnre_of two parts machine oil and one part .kerosene two · · three times a week. Groom the hors- thoroughly everyday and feed carro. to improve the condition of the skin. smd^r which toe tfst-= were :n,ile a;« prosi'rt.ited n^ (.lonely r.s po"'^ : b!e ?\' till'.} dntv on the roail. A dj uamonn 1 tcr iniiJi-at^fl tli.jt the twenty hor«- j-i\cr rnti'ig of the motor ~as reac'i eCt -it 1.120 re 1 niutinn* per ciinnte. AI 1.0GO revoJutiO:j tlurtv ljors«»powrr inianj. 'Ssirty-rfs horsepower, equiv ;- U-nt to n sj-ccd of ei^'iity-r'sne rauo i«r hoar. At aio«t 3^5'-0 revolution* to drop - Ihe lower curve 1'ejran n OiJstcnes. A broken oilstone can be repv.red ^ * ti'ft Jt wiH Insr -;util the stone wer.s ^ out hi the fo!!ow:nc manner. Tl" pieces are fir^i: heat«ti on n;s iron p!:il' : to remove ai! oiL tb«n tlnroucU! . J The Ailing Animal, i \Then a farm animal is feverish stop r feeding. As a rule a horse or a cow ' will not take food when in that condition, but sometimes folks urge thezn to do it It only adds fuel to the fir"Walt; let nature work. She is a-better doctor than any of us.--Farm Journal. are well dusted with jwwderptj iis-3J.-i- . which s? suclted Iy be^t.nj us t5.-- same manner Tee :,arts rrc t'.ieu placed together ?nrt ti"btiy until they become -npJ,c3Tbe jo thus m^de will not interfere wirii cnttins surface- As the Eyes Should Set. ,The proper' distance between the is the .width of one eye. Dally Thought. Trust men «nd they" will be true to you; show Vibrator Adjusimsit. Ordinarily the viomtor shoii'd li»,«»J Tiinch sti'er for ni.ijraeto^ tiian for !-,iS teries. as the life of inntmeton :s not affected by excessive demands for pr: mnry current The stiftVr aiTjrsinu»nt .will cause a .hotte 1 " · ; :!" 1r ^ :ln l 'onsc- fjneutly more power Tliis i-. «:so f the many advantages of tbe magneto -FOR SALEr-five thoroughbred bull tenners. Uili Top Poultry Farm, P. G McCammon.--advertisement faxtn, John D. Kiley, iL 12. Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township.^ ilrs. J. EL Hughes, Cumberland Township. JL. C. W»^£niais,'CumberJaiid Township. FraKk-3Iumper, IL 1, Gettysburg, Pa. C- J. Deardorff,, Orrtamia, Pa. ^ Charles TV'agaman (Dr. W. H. O'Xeal Farm) Hfghland F. I_ IQnie, B'^er To-.vnship, Bigler^ilie, Pa. C. B. Shank, StTaban^Towj-ship, IL^Gettysburg, Pa. J. JEL Kana (JaF.J£ubn FanoJ#B-,2,- Gettysburg, Pa. ML Jacob Frornmej er, Straban Towzi^ip. George E. Harmm, R, 6, Gettysburg, Pa, Bctler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikerr, R- 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. 11. P-cxvBox^O, R. a^Biglerxille. ·"* - 'Mrs. Matilda JU Codori, Cumberland Towasiup. .Samuel Robinson, R. \, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. 1_ Toot, Straban Township. ^ J). L. Jacobs, R. 1, Bigler\il!e, Pa. Bailer .Township. Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Paf Edward A. Scott, R. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Bidciie, Mt- Pleasant Township, R. 8,. Gettysburg. D. J Reile. R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa,, Cumberland Township. Leo Fromnseyer, Mt. Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. 3Iehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. -Robert K. Major, Straban Township, ^ John W. McIIhenny Farm R. T, Gettysburg, Straban ^Township. Charles F. Sebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Be«dersvi!le, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. Robert Hamer, Greenmount, Pa. -Harry-E. Shriver, Butler Township, TL 6, t Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. ·AVIDiam CoEhun, Straban Township. ' · "* _D. C. ilarch, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. -Elias Wolford, ML Pleasant Township. ~ " E. L. Smith, Butler To\vnship, Biglervilie. J. Edv-ard Lawver, Bdtler Township, R. R-'No.j2 v -Biglerville.. S. J. Haversack, M. M. Sponseller farm, Straban Twp., R. 8,-(3bg. *M. E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Bieseckerfarra, FEanklia^Twp., Cashtcwn. J. Kerr Lett. Cumberland Township. John H. Spcnselier. {McPherson Farm), Cumberland Township. .* ,._ Jacob E- Hoke, Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. -H.-M. Sneeringer, R. 9, Gettysburg, near-Bouneauville, Pfi. J. D.-Moose. Biglervilie. Pa. G F- Basehoar, Gettj-sburg. Cumberland and Germany Townsips. Louis Mizell. Straban Townshio. Getcvsburg, R- 7. ' N.-J. Shank, Bjgler\'ille Route 1, T. F. RotVBufler Township^ Gettysburg Route 6. C. S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Griest, Mgr.) Guernsey. C. A. Heiges and Mrs. H. F. Hefges, Franklin Township -H. C. Warden.-M^nallen Township. C. H, Rummell on C. L. Osborne farm, Menallen Township. -Wm- M. Bigham's Sons, Freedom Township. Wm. M- Bigbam's Sons. Liberty Township, Jacob F. Peters, Tyrone Township, R. 3, Siglerville, Pa. Charles Essipfc and sisters. Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. __ J. C. Coulsoa. Butler Township. A. S. Whisler. lit. Pleasant Township, R- 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black. R. l.JBiglerville, Pa. George Herring. Highland Townshio. W. F. Herbst, Orrtanna R-,1. O. B. Sharretts, Cumberland Township,-R. 2,,Gettssburg^rPa. G. E. Stallsmith. Straban Township, R. 9. Gettysburg^ Pa. John Dick, HoJfacker Farm, Straban Township. Gilbei-t Rudisili, Cumberland To\vnship, Gettysburg Route. 1. J. E. Jacobs. Eugene S. Kelly farm, Cumberland Township. -. J. C!fa.yton Rider7 Mt- Joy Townshin,JSetty^bnrgvJL.-1. - Charles Fidler. (W. E. Golden farm), R. 1. Biglervilie, Butler Twp. H. S. Mertz. Hamilton Township, (Campbell andMoyer Farm.) _James L. Bigham, JTxeedom TownshiD, Gettysourgj Pa- Levi Crum, Menallen Township. Mrs. Andrevv Brough, R, 1, ATM°--'s, Menallen Township. L. H. Meals, Cumberland TownshiD. R. 5, Gettysburg. C. W. Brack, (J. Carna Smith Farrn) R. 2, GettysKurg, Mt. JoyJVp. Wm. H. Johns. Cumberland Township and GettvsbUrg. George W. Wolf. R. 3r Gettj-sburg, Cumberland Township. Edmund Little. (John Blocfcer Farm), Cumberland Township'. Harris Cook. Menallen Township. ,\ -Walter C- Snyder. R. 12. Gettysburg. Pa., Cumberland Twp., Bayly Fartn \inceiit Redding, R- S. Gettysburg, Straban Townsbip. Edward Redding,- R. 9, Gettysburg, Straban Township. A, J- Smith Farm. H. E. Boyd, Guldens. Pa., Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. Harry S. Trostle, Straban Township. Edward A. Trostle. Straban Township. John Leese, on Nathan Brown farm, Straban Townsllip,~ Gbg.-Route 8. 3Iervin I- Weikert. Highland Township, R- 1, Fairfield. D. F- Batterman. Butler Township Shultz Bros. D. B. Snjder Farm.*Straban Township, Gettysburg, P. O. McDanuel Bros., -Arendtsville and Franklin-Township, Biglervilie, R. 1. S B. Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) Butler Township, Calvin R. Snyder, BonneauviHe, Pa. " -^ * Otis Walter, (Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1. Jillie,^Eranklin Township. F. B, Twisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. Strausbaugh. Orrtanna. R. 1. Albert Hollinger, Cumberland Township. Gettysburg,»R. _6. Dcardorif Brothers, Tillie, Pa, Franklin Township. ~E. P. Garrettson. Butler Township- John and Frank Garrettson. Menallen Township. R. H- Black. R, 2, Gettysburg- Cumberland Township- Mrs. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Route G. D. S. Reynolds. Straban Township, Gettysburg:-Roate 9. W. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gsaysbar^ R. 3. John Groscost, R. 7. Gettysburg. Straban Township. Garfield Jacobs, R. lo. Gettysburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff, Highland" Township, fMrs.^H. B. Moyer Farm). -Emanuel Plank. Highland Township, GettysburgxRonte 4- E. D. Jtteiges. Bijrlerville Borough. John H- Eckert. Straban Township, Gettysburg,. R. 8- W. W. Miiierfarm Oscar Bream'tenant) Strafaan Township, Gbg- R- S, Mervin Black. Biirlerville, Menallen Township. Mrs. Martha Reed, near Arendtsville. Waybright Rice, Biglervilie, Pa, H. S. Croir.er, Mt- Joy Township, R. 2. Gettysburg, Pa. John S. Wolf. Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. Clarence Hoffman, R, R. 2, Biglervflle, Pa, J. C, Walter. Butler Township, R. 2, Biglerville, Pa. Robert Witherow, Cumberland Township, R, 13, Gettysburg, JPifc Frank Herr, Cumberland Township, R- 13, Gettysburg, Pa- Frank Eicholtz, Freed Farm. Straban Township, R. 12. Gettvsbnrg, Pa. D. W. Stcps, Highland Township, R- 1. Gettysburg, Pa. J. Martin Bream. Tyrone Towrshjp. R."3,-SiglerviHe, Pali. H. Hart, R. 6, Geltysburff. Pa,. Bsaer- Towisship. Samuel Schvrartz, Mt. -Joy lownsnip, Gettvsburg; Route 1. J. A. Wetzei, (Mary A. Snyder fairn}»JTranfclm^TowTJship. J, M. Bushman. (Marv A. Sarder Farm) Fraaklin Township. J. Y.". Tate, Tyrone Township,' R. 4, New Oxford. J. W- Cook, Menallen Township, Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osbome, R. 2. Biglerville! Allen Barnes. (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township, E. 13, Gettysburg. Chas. E Schultz, (Gilbert Bucher*Earaa)-Franklin Township;R- 5, Gfae R. A. Diehl. (Mir.ter Farm) Batier Township,-Star Route, Bigl«rvili«, Pi. John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township,'Ii,-l2,'Gettvs:barg, Pa, ·W. J. Beamer, Straban and Mt. Pieasanrt-ToswishiBs. Gettvsburg, 1L 8. C. E. Tawney, Sit. Pleasant Towaship, Gettysbarg'JR. S, C. W. Toner, (E. A. Crouse Fana) Mecaaen-Township, R. R. Idaville, P*. J. Biaiue Bnshey, Frar.klin Township, R.*l,JBigiervine. Pa- Jacob Groscost, Tvrone Townsnio, -R. T, Gettysburg, Pa. W. T. Howard, Straban Township.' - - - - . - - Curtin McGlaughlin (John P. Batt--Earni).'-JFrankUn Township- . .Tamos Sanders, (X. H. Musselman Farm) Hsmiltonban Towaship. Howard Bream, Straban Township, R--9.-Gettysburg. Pa. Allen Redding (Robt. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. William J. Eckenrode, Cumberland Township-,G. G. Griffin, Straban Township, -Route-9, Gettysburg. Denton HofF (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butler Tq^ynship. Harvev Scott, Cumberland Township. ' Jacob Boyd, Mi. Joy To\vnsh;p, R. 13. Gbg. (William Cromer Earm). S. F, Bushman, Franklin Township. R. 5, Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. E. X. Hoffman. Biglerville, Iloute 2. J. I, Hereter, Highland Township. R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. Ernest Manahan.iMrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. D, Gettysburg, Pa David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. XV. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R- 9, Gettysburg. M. Shindledecker, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg* R. 5. II. M. Tronic, Highland Township, Tillio Post Office. D. A. HanVey (Mrs Jeremiah Bender's farm) Camherlaiui Twp., B. 5. "D- C. March."Bntler Town^ln, R. 6, Gettysburg " __ Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. * . . . . _, ^ja

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