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TIMES. VoL XL No. 408. Gettysburg3?a_ Friday, November 7th, ISIC. Price Two CCMU. -SWEATERS- FOR MEN--WOMEN and C H I L D R E N 50 cts To $7.oo. Ecfeerts Store " ON THE SQUARE." RIGHARH PAYTBIBOT! TAKES HIS LIFE TO EDDIE PLANK FORV!E8 MERCHANT!WHAT BECOMES TAKEN BY DEATH IF LICENSES 1 Proprietor of the Eagle Hotel Fires! Gettysburg's Admirers of Sreat Base j Henry Fahnesiock, Former Bettys- j Question that now Confronts Adams [correspondents send in Many Items Ballet into his Brain. Supposed to \ have been Worrying over imaginary Financial Troubles. \ Ball Pitehsr Units to Honor him ] burg Merchant, Oied on Thursday ] County Hunters win Want to in BaaqusL High Praise Paid in! Speeches of Citizens. \ r - t A gathering such as Gettysburg has j in Waiertcwn Sou-h Deaths in the County. Dzkota. nistory as- HENRY J. FAHNESTOCK Henry J- Fahnestock, formerly of WALTER'S THEATRE TO-NIGHT BIG NEW YORK SUCCESS Jl'ST FINISHING FOUR WEEKS KUN AT NE\V YORK JtOGEK AND CREAMERS I'EE#ES1 Negro Players of America \ Richard M. Hani, proprietor of the ! Eagle Hotel, committed suicide at noon ] possibly never sees in :ts j to-day " ' ver into occurred ag'narv financial troubles are said to J ' have been the cause for his act. , Minister*, lawyers, physicians, .mer- j burg on August 11. 1S2 I Mr. Ham [all mornin \ affairs and at. noon had an appoint- · I nient v.'ith William Hersh a;id John D. I ' Know where the Meney So. s Fifty Per Cent Comes Back to Cctnty LETTERS FROM COUNTY TOWNS of Interesting News from their Respective Towns. Personals and Many Brief '.terns. A great snany hunters have been wonde-sing what becomes of the large isnirods for ting "their FAIKFIELD FairSeld--Communion services be held in the Reformed church, day, Xov. 9, at 10 o'clock a. m. will Sun- Pre- The Lutheran church council is having a water plant installed in the « of the old Good Intent e I Bertha Harrison the colored nurse of and mead- paratorj- services Saturday afternoon ilr. Fahnestock was born in Gettys- I ows. As many thousands have pur- I a r 2 o'clock, Eev. W. S. Hartzell, pas- ind was ed- · chased the license tags and receipts ! raduat- | there are just that many dollars re- Iment. are paid ten i parsonage. conducted | cents out of each license issued. Fifty j Grant Hoofnagle and Guy Mc- ntile · per cent, of the money paid for licens- 1 Glaaghlin, of York, soent several days county and | here this week. bounties. | j. Harry Pecher and brother, John ~.t iegisla'tion gov- i B. Pecher, took an automobile trip to me and the 1 Frederick last Saturday where they refore. it is provided that \ hsd the pleasure of hearing the Hon. nd the members of the rising genera- j v.-as very prominent in Gettysburg's J SI shall be paid for every mink killed. | William Jennings Bryan speak. » 'THE OLD MAN'S BOY" THREE ACT MUSICAL COMEDY PRICES 50 and 75c. Doors open 7.U'.' Cirtaic 8.20 P H O T O P L A Y ithe four attractive little children ) Mr. and Mrs. Ham, rushed into \ parlor and called "The i himself. Come quick." They ran to the third goor the unconscious form of the man was _ Iving across the bed In his room, and '· oe.egations. ! olood was gushing from the opening j / R formal reception in me t!On who S» ve him the fadoration « ue a \ business and social circles. i -?2 for every weasel. $2 for every fox I Elmer Baumgardner and" wife have t {, e ' hero. More than two hundred were -, Mr. Fahnestock was twice married.' 3"-d -?4 for each wild cat. Should a I returned from a month's visit to points bo=:= has shot P res£R ~ ar -* of t * iat ^"H 1 ' 0 **" many · f ir st to Miss Mary L- Lord, of Canaan · hunter kill a weasel he wiil thus get J ; n Iowa. Illinois and Ohio. They were 1 eame from a distance while the por- Four Corners. Xew York, and after- j his first license fee back and have a j nvjch pleased with their trio. to Miss Octave E. Hill, of Collar to take out next year's license. J W. V. Xeely and wife, of Wenonah. town. He leaves "two sons and -. Section 12 of the law governing the · x. J.. were visitors here this week. ! two daughters, all living in Water-. protection and propagation of game j George J. Kebil had a volunteer vhe-e ; t * ons °^ r " e county north, east, south j \vard ,. !,' ~ ~ : a n d vrest of Gettysburg all sent their j Doyles lobby i town. KALE ii riends in the base ball J .vlil be held in Wat! which npkins THOMAS L ADAMS .. Adams died at the | is of interest to the general public. It j pumpkin vine in his garden on whic er- : states thai "-.he license fees collected 5 grew eighteen good sized oumpkic '· under the provisions of this ace shoulc · and two small ones. ' bs paid over to the state treasurer, as ! ___ ! designated, and he will keep the man- j BONN15 A.U VTLLE separate i Bonneauville -- Miss Annie Gebhart. of ! cf the Mansion House. Hanover, and of Mc- nome j ey thus collected as a fund evi J. Adams. McSherrys- j £r .d apart solely for the purpose :t 1 -15 o'clock Thursday. purchasing and propagating game an- | aunt. Miss Sallie Wagaman, . over froni Ita'y. lint la'er he got very hard up and La-j to pawn ht;r :n order to j?.-t unich needed nrsoney. \Vhea he went to the pawn shop j to ZKl her ajrain, both thi pawn broker and tha girl refused. j BROXCOO BIf-LY AXD THK XAVJO MAID Esanay Western j to reach his side and she swooned a= . sne sight- TV H. confronted by the awful · * " World's Championship pennant', seases . ^ . ^ , , . . o; I9i0 anc the pennants 01 tne ^. BIIOXCHO llti.LY JliL* time saves a youns Indian maid from the wilesof a whni- pn-^j.i-t-:«r. Thr "hue man shoot? him but the Indian girl nnr==es hi::: i.. k to :.L.;Uh. V/tih 'T. M. AXDER.'iOXin the role of Broncho^Billv. K o..-:.o-.--"A WILD RIDE'' In two reel? La n dau was hurriedlv erlcs and " College. A nne from a complication of di-' der the supervision of the game com- I Sherrvsto-.vn. spent Tuesday at the after an illness of several' rnissioners of the commonwealth cf [ home of the former's father, Crist I Gebhart. weeks. His age was 67 years. 4 months Pennsylvania. and 12 days. l-~*-~ - -it-Vli » ; . i - - * * i _ , , . - , . , " · nkeness cr Edaie attuearea on tne cov I sent tor and resaondea irom his dr-ie! , . * · . , - ,, . . _ - . - D -r- i _. - . . ^ : er of the menu card ana on tne various i ims ana wiie. 01 Brnsntown. For . store ai-ross t. e ^ ee t t gi . , ^^ f were extracts from newspapers 1 period of about 50 years he carried on Ke was a son of the late Jacob Ad- ' money ihus received by the This act further states that the- William Smith and wife and Mrs. . .,.,,..__. ,,,,,--, »^^.^..^« ,,_, ,,..,, state; Frank Smith spent Saturday in Hana · treasurer shall be specifically dispos- ' cver. e d of whether in the general appro-; Mrs. I. A. Xoel returned home Sat- THE FIRST SHOW- STORM thst hsnsids the crdareii yocr Trrrrter ssnt or riSi.-j' oy- t.-coat. Pcn'w wait tco icr.g, ,-^ ready _- r the Fro=: Kir.g- vrlien ha fc-rvas. A arslaxy of smart patterns av-«it your choice, at'd v.-e %vj! have yc- -' Cata.- vav. Pr~rc Albert or sick r ·' ntted r T vcv. and made to her,?- as ? fit in --.e s r.;.rtest slyie, =--S v.--li : .- _yonr Chesterfield or Ulste. overc ^'. it is '·x-ne now to order at SC-! T TKS: "s. A f-jil line Bradey's S~.-ii crs. Will M. Seiligman, The Cash Ta iior. C I :.n.le:?! r.-= St · once "that they "were sure to prove ! fatal. The bullet had penetrated toe and "lodged in th» - * w Th» i t An elaborate menu was served and Surviving are the following child-' f C r the payment of bounties, the spirit or the occasion" was not lost {ran: Levi J. Adams, with whom he re-1 The open season for rabbits j wound continued to breed freely up to | ! me injured I . con ~ C!oa = nss s man never , , ana n gre,-. tweaker, death occurrina: as indicated ." ,, ,,,. i , - ! oalls. Tne t; ! dorff. and : Eev. Fr. Shanahan and sister, of St. such delicacies, as "white · sided: Lewis Adams, of Hanover; j squirrels is very apparent these days ' Joseph's rectory, were visitors in Get- I elephant" and "Athletic salad" to bs= j Henry Adams, of near Mt. Rock; j a t both of the railroad stations. It is j tysburg this week. r ^ov»-ed I- ound "- vhr ' e Ed i" ie Plank pennants | George Adams, of McSherrystown:' EO t an uncommon sight for several j Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Melhorn spent .=^ _ ~ - _ j surmounted the croquettes and tha | Emanuel Adams, of Xew Oxford- One men with as many as fifty or sixty' several days with Mr. and Mrs. David L °J, j Ices were enclosed in imitation base j brother. George Adams, of Hanover,' rabbits and ten to twenty squirrels to \ Iloffmar.. of .near Gettysburg, and also ^ wgre , _. , . . ... ,,, j ranged for the diners and the table ; Witnin the last Iwo weeks Mr. mm , ^ . the ^^ o£ honor and hb jandXeilMcConomy. who had ^" j frTerds was - ]oca - Leei ,; R the center of ; joint proprietors of tne notel since ; ^ roorT . whe ^ ; r _as couo .- n 10,. dissolved partnership. Mr-1 j^ nine V ^7^-^ o fr TO |J»^-i'^/4rt.!T^hT»i 3 ~"~ ly a r - j a n a 21 grandchildren also survive. Funeral. Saturday. Xov. S. from out al! ans- I Since that time, it is said, a number [ ^ Mack nd rhe vher£ _ ' of wersons went to Mr. Ham and told j I him that he had made a great mistake J In opening the session of t. je seen starting on their homeward visited at the home of James Hoffman ! journey. One hunter when interview- ; and family in FairSeld- toasts and j aH;iHIIUlHHI!niiliniH!H!HIUIIIHHlIHn!HI!HHIH!HHU!IinH,UHlHI!HHKUiara«HHniHHHIHHHlWIt : in Assuming the responsibility of so ! sueeches after the sappar Charles j Duncan. toastiBaster. spoke of t -- Llarge a business venture. predJetinsr! -- i - T. i - , , -, - ·. - T, ' character ol the gatnenng a^ 2 * tnat he-wonla lose heavily anc teat fee ; s . . _ , ~ ; T. a - , " 'The v e is but one tning i;; "the =, fhad committed a grave error. ' x -* c - c ~ «j- « HARRY J. TOPPER Harry J. lopper died at his v, 0 I home in Hanover Wednesday at :j m.. after an illness of three C " "" " *" - - string cf 52 rabbits and 2 birds. THERE EVERY DAY i ^ Jg' n ra£ ie Paper, Eaton Crane and Berlin Jones ji Stock usual price 25, 55 and 59015. 17 cts per box^ etthefirstctoice Peoples' Drug Store Mary's church, McSherrystown. Re-' e d. said that 'the party of which he Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chrisman and quiem high mass will be observed, v.-as a member being strange around son. Richard, of Littlestown. are Rev. L. Aug. Eeudter. officiating. In- j these parts, did all of their hunting on spending 'the week at the home of the temient on the family lot in Cone-'.Jack's Mountain as they were afraid j former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wil- \vago Chapel cemetery. j o f "getting in bad" by hunting on pro- j Ham Chrisman. ; perty which had been advertised. I Crist Gebhart and wife spent Sat- I "Rabbits are very plentiful^ this sea- j urday at the home of Henry Rang and iate son", he said proudly exhibiting his t family of McSherrystown. ; Mrs. Eugene Meihorn and sister. ; Miss Mary Miller, were visitors at the Shor.ie of Mr. and Mrs. John Melhorn i in Xew Oxford. Attendance at Ccun- , L . C. Myers and wife attended the chools. · f-jnerai of Mrs. Lewis Weaver at Liv,, I tlestowii Wednesday. At Montz's Scnool. straban town-. Eusgne Groft ^ 3IcSherrvstown surg. who snip. Mary uie.il. Irene ana Oare Her- | ?nen ^ Saturdav and Sandav at the with four children, man. Helen. Annaoel ar.d aamndj .^ of h i s ' fathcr . ia . Iaw : Charles ,- . . - . twi uu« iui c. .-,,.« ^ » ^ «TM» » »-. s e - Paui and Gregorj-.' Hai tze!L Raymond and Maunce san- : Strausbaaeiu and faa , r . v . · t . . . . . d;3 P° 3inon i ^ e do ' this noc 5imDlr becau£e he is the j all at home. His parents, three broth- ders. Ray and E 4 aa S.ietter. -\Iargare, | - -^ flv are i was not in evidence anc he seemea to, ^ sovihr)S ^ ( n ^ wor3d bct jer*. Ctarles Topper, of Stone Jug: and * rank Osbome and^t-sther- Dieni ] 6R(li he week ^ th her m ^ her . j be ourdenea aoout sometmng. Tms | ^^ ^ ^ .^ and xesoect Mm _ , Mervin jcpper. of Gettysburg: Emory were present every day. Minnie M. Me- | .^ Jo * eohine McMaster . ; morning the same tnmg was ooservea j ^ ^^ .^ introdlj - ed j Kdge J Topper, of Xachusa. Illinois, ana one Guigar, teacher. eard. D months and 21 ciavs. z.iaie snouia ce tne prouaes country tc-aay to think that it | irei ; evening at tne iime ct tne oia ban- { s . ,, , . . _ . . ,~ , ;n ihe country tc-cav to tmnK tnat it j---»-"« i ^°~ \ quet to JbdGie Plank ne was aoout the i - , - . ~ - ·, ^^^- ^^ - ! - - , .. - . - , - - ,, is in ft:s fionor tnat sucn an airair has j -- - » » » « ; » . I notel b u t tnose wiio knexr m m well n o - . . . . . . . . . , i Vp:i=p *o · ^- j , , . T - ii j- - - been Doss:bie. Ana set it be Known that ,-· 'ticed that RIS usual jollv J "--.-"·-- ; JC f" . - Gettysb = : and he was evidenciy under hisrh ten- l sion for he refused to attend to ma' - - , , . j t Gettvsours: Tans , ters wmch were orougJit to rum tor ·. j immediate attention. * One of these was the navnien'c :fcr ! Swope who spoke of the delight of J sister. -Urs. fZa.T--i-s.tmrir fart^ in having present 1 terstown. also s -- TT . - rU i Connie Mack. : 3Ir. Mack", he said. "You Hun- ' i - h -e following pupils of Biglerville ; ' Primary School have been perfect in ] I attendance for the month ending Oct the GOES TO AL'iOONA f !I There Are many convincing arguments Uaat might be presented a? to tl-.e snrt-rio:itT Made Clothes -» hut we know o: none so conclprfve a= th- renne-i appearance o; the clothe [| tfacniselvcs. T!^fire is beauty in every line an«I quality in every stitch an'j J, D. Lippy Tailor We have R special nne line of U:e Anderson ra.:n coafc' deal ir. j , ,. j here- 1 ou are a credit : That the brooding over his «taking over the hotel was the cause of ·his death is sraneraiiv believed though ! J 1 .'"! , ,. . , . " " , , ; . - - ( Lr.iteo states i no prooi of sucn feeling is Known to j , _ ^ -._ , · have been given either in writing or · in conversation and he gave no indi- i LIBERTY HALL Liberty Hal!--The following spent , ,, _ .. .. ", Sunday at the home of -J. H. Kugler, · :J1. c.cr.a i,i!ricn. E%-a Carev. Margaret · , ", ,- _, . ,_- ^ IT , _ ' . .. . ,,.,--, * , ~~- - -'Ir. ana --Irs Charles Kugier. or Em- Getfcr, Marsraret Guiiland. Ciinor-; , ,. , , r *.- ~, ,-, -,-. . , _ , _ . _ . . , -, · rnittsfaure. Mr. and Mrs. «. T. b. bites -Leaves Latimorc To-nsh.p after Bucr.er. Dale FofiK James oancoe. Sons 7Milton and Lawrence. Miss Three Quarters of a Century. . Dale Wampler. Russell Stonesif er. Su= _ ^^ Mrs _ JIaiy Um and ,, . . . _ ,, T-- ... , -Franfchn Stanl. ·Williaia Drawbaugr,; Elizabeth and Elva Eiker, ±- reaencK \\ inand --vil! poor, leave ciair Lauver. Harold SIav»ausrh , , ., - - , T c , . . . 3 T , - * j Lnzabeth Herring and Master Saniuel towusnip a^,er an aimosi. Harrv Dra"vcaagn, Jonn Oroupe.'-,.. s residence t.lere of 77 years. Harrv Carev. Artl.u: . . . . , . , . . i -:s to-ni^ht -.vhen we join to ao nonor \ 'tne propnetor out he was always ask- _ , . . _ . . ! i . -, - , ,- ^ , -, * , ^, · to our own Eddie PianK, great as a , ea to wait just a little while and the , . ,, . . ' ° j . . , , . base ball pitcner ana great as a man. . OUSinesS was never tra.nS3.Ci.ecS- : . .. . , , j«_«;;ui.;i.uuo jc^i'jc.iic ~n*..~ v± ·· ^.w^..- nj»rrv i_arev. .-vrtiiu: xve«i»v, ; -- i /- j - . _t.--»_ -IT; we are sriaa vou tvere born l n , : -,, ., · . . . ' _ . . . . . bamue; Currens and oaugRter, -li3 ' to the town.;J;^^V^^ e ^ o :^ n ^- T The ^^^T 1 !.!! .^T" 1 "!! ^ Etta, of Kump,Md.. spent Sunday broad ' ' "* , I There is not a hamlet in these ·*-. i however small, t? fi , , . L "? e ^ na _ lne Oi ^t, ai «: t h e third house ir. tr . ] Piank ana wnere ne is irom. Itou are · ^ , , , _ ^ _ , _ * i i i j . ^-cti. \»\^ii*/i*««*fciO4i'^ -- "~\ OTX S.HCI cation tnat he contemplated taKing n:s : ^. place . Iniermediate School, \vere perfect ir. : ..' ; attendance for the month ending X 1 5. Mearl WaniDler, ?»Ia ' Mvles Klesrfelter, -John Q Weisfcaar and fam5Iv _ aarcnce Scabrook . of Philadell)hia , of his grand- · life. Those who have intimate knowl- lecsre of his business " iacK ~ r - fi n - l ° *-* affairs declare ^ n ," · attended the funeral , e . . - , b if vc . r '. f?.!"*-father. William Baker, which was held . - *n ISoi? tne ranroac oniy went as -a £ Carev. Earl Drav.-bausrn., Da:ue! Gull: ^ :a3 ^ t0 ? naj : nd?e0ple ^^f. 10 ^ '^"^^Osbon.* Cla5rFohl.Thel-; o n ^ 0 ^ Wavnesboro. spent · " - ~ : t o Piusourgr. -.vent over to Hoincays- n :a Slaybaugh, Xetue Shelter. Mary:^^ , 0 ,, » , " . . - j, " ^ ; rtt:r£j ar.d took the inclined plane road. Stover. Martha Peters. Mary ~ his worries , and tnat ; continued stretch of service alter a lasting a Ho the farm bearing te uraise of voar "" leader y ° H ;ceiient shape and that !were purely imaginary. _ . : With 3Ir. McConorny. Mr. " j canie to Gettysburg in Apri PREVENTION OF DISEASES-BEING THE PRACTICAL ^^^^^^ of the i _ ... t . · , . - . . , - , · % · i There a r e n-.any tnings tnat Dus;ness end or the note: and was con-1. - , . - - ^ T , , . . , , . , · to ir.v mind to-rsi?nt ana one of ' ** ST*t V L t*16 d°SF" "\VJl£r'6 il6 ^""fi^ 3.1 ' " ·"' " " " " , . ,'. ,is the wonderful pair of r .. J . - Unn 5 n } s . stay ! Plank and Mathewson, good as ,..,,, . nere made a large circle of irienas. · - , j , _^^» T-.T'r-TTT 'TJO tiT'n IT/^T T r\\iT -3 fsr\'\"\-\ iro r- A-I ^^ T - ,. · / - . * . T. t^re, and they are good only because · HAPPY RESULTS Will FOLLOW - 3 BOTTLES For $1.00 ; p TM/ * coming w Gettyso-arg he was I thev have Jed dean and gober ,. ves _ i ! hea £ ^f, ft tne ^ elieTOe -^ ralford ; We are honoring Eddie to-night not j ^ zz= ' i n Philadelphia and his acquaintance-1 s i ] y for hig base ^ ^ but .^ of A l M a r y Shank. Mar;, Bucher. ^-^n^ inlo a city. Mr. T-Vinard T , v!o ,. ar.d Mvma Tavicr. "" " ' Marie the -mir«T o* come back I S a n d built a h o m f o r a Mr. Ever.,.' AIM- DK. HUDSON'S LIQUID CONDITIONER **"*· --- '' ~ . SHOULD PROVE OF GREAT VALUE TO. THE FARMER !^vs mo af ble and ^ ^.ii-sj--^ _ £SrVed S ° come them ^uary and Is one of th« most ! Happenings Scheduled in Gettysburg g^i respected citizens in Larimers . f or Coming Weeks. lowrsmn. MEETING Executive Comniittee Meeting of Ccunty W. C. T. U. Saturday. : Nov. 7--Lecture- Dean j Brua Chapel. ' Xov. 11--Lecture by President the ; viiie. Brua Chapel. iXov. 17-21--Adams County Institute. Walter's Theatre. · ter Countj- and York spent Sunday at : the home of J. D. Weishaar and on i Monday enjoyed a day's sport after 'the "cotton tails". [ Miss Amanda Sar.doe. of Gettys- jbarg-. is visiting relatives in this cozn- Soathwick ! ^^r-ity. i J. S. Eiker visited Russel Stoops on Gran- [ Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Reyno'iuS has returnee Teachers i " onie after \-is:tir.g her parents at I Foxville, Md. OLD F A S H I O N D MOLASSES TAFFY , . , , , , . j o»..i^. j A.W» ...^, ««-- .,_.. j,.^,..^.^, .^u^, The executive comrsiittee of the) | stop extended over many states. j fcecause hfi . g a dean sob honorable i A c w c T c wiu meefc , SPECIAL: we have received a large He leaves his wife and four young j man , esson to thg VQU men r; - ptaer -^^ on Saturfav at 2 SEE Kirss.n s ad on an insioe page. | iine of children's, ladies' and men's Almond Taffy, 40 cents lb., Bnttemnt Taffy, 50 cents lb., Peanut Taffy, 20 J children. ! of to-day." L m \f ter the transaction of business --aavertisement · 1 j winter coats also boys' and men's fall Convention ] suits. Special prices on large rugs 9_x his sents lb., Peanut Erittle. 10 cents lb.. Ice Cream Taffies. 10 cents lb.--Fresh Daily at. GETTYSBURG CANDY KITCHEN p . m . After lo a report from the Judge Swope ihsn presented lo j a report from the State SKATE at Garden Auditorium," af- Plank the token of esteem purchased jwilJ be given. All interested in tcrnoon and evening. -- advertisement 1 (Continued on second page) jarc imnted to be there at 3 p. m. MODERX house for rent. Apply j V2, linoleum and sweaters. G. H. Times office.--ndver'nswient 1 j Knouse, Bifflorville-advertisemen*- 1 '·SFAFLRI

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