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A Brand New Supply of Hone Blankets and Hobes i? here. Blaukt-is of every d-=jc-riitioa and at all prices froiu S1.X «i»_ The urlcss depending upon the quality--but not a poor one in the lot. You - know the kind you liave bought here before--we guarantee this new lot to wear as ;ood or better. The new designs and patterns are tare to please. Plush and Water-proof Robes A -Aater-proof robe is a sunxtslty in winter weather. Bat when yoa buy one you want it to last more than one winter. Our-; j»re mad** for wear--harJ wva r .. Cooie to see them. C. C. Bream, Cor. York and Stratton Streets Gettysburg, Pa Bazaar and Oyster Supper The Oyster Supper a:i(! rfale 10 02 held in the Presbyterian Chaptl, IJuntersw.vn, Saturday Afternoon and Evening, November 15th, beginning at ouo o'clock. Is Grovvinj; in interest. The ladle? have p many useful and beautiful articles, together with some admirable pieces ig of fancy work, all of which will he sole, besides many other things. S Ice Cream, Cake, Candy, Fruit and Other Refresh- ^ ments will be on Sale. 1 Ail friends ar^ askeu to bring a companion, an-I the public is cor- m dsally invite/1, § Makes Hard Work Easy! T"V USTING, cleaning and polisLins Ijardwood floors is tar4 bact-breat- ing worfc. An almost never ending task ar.^ seldom, satisfactory tne o.a ·«fay. Bel it is easy. QCJ± smi sadsfectoiy the near -atay -- ircnstKe O-Cce«- I I Two Sizes $1.0041-50 is also c»ed f or tne dtistin^ and dcanlns 1 of tli e tops cf faiga fcraitcre, betweta the banisicTs of tise starrs zmtl is so madle that yoa can get to tHe far comer uadex bed. bcncaiK the rscHator and other Try ail CXCo^ar Polish Mop for two days at ocr risk. Test xt ·ererywayfor Csro -days as'd If yoa are act ddrehted -witii it -we ptompdy rcliiad your money GETTYSBURG DEPARTMENT STORE Mokes It ESIT to Qcea Those Hard-to-Cct-At-PIa.K Philadelphia Reading Railway EXCURSION ACCOUNT $ 1.00 GETTYSBURG vs BUCKNELL FOOT BALL GAME AT 1 SATURDAY, NOV'R 15 13 SPECIAL TRAIN FROM LV.A.MJ Gettysburg *GoIdenviIIe *TabIeRock Biglerville Guernsey 8.25 ....... 8.3S ....... 8.44^ ....... S.4S! FROM LY.A.M. ^Centre Mais 8.52 Bendersville 8.56 Gardners 9.03 JHanisburg (arrive) 10.05 RETURNING--Special Train TvilHeave Harrisbarg 10.30 P. SI. same date for above stations. Tickets good only on date of excursion on above Special Train in each direction. Children between 5 and 12 yeai-s of age half fare. *Pasaen;fers from stations marked wilhtsar can purchase ticket Front conductor. ffl-'CQMBS WEDS IN LONDON Dearccratic^Nationaf-Chatrman Marries *Missj Dorothy Williams. London, OCgv. S,-- William F. Mc- ComSs. chairman of tie nations! Democratic commhtee and manager of President "Wilson's canjj/aizn, was mar- ritid. i^ere to itiss Dorothy \VIiliams. of Vsshla^tonl da;j»hter ot Colonel John K. Williams, U. S- A,, retired. The ee-remoay icok place in the Cath- olie church of St. Peter and SL Ed- JOHN K. - of Pennsylvania, Who V. ff ~ ~~ Way Mead;National League. Sir. McCombs aa£ been 115 for about sbc jaoaiJis. -ana ap to- -the eve of the tredulng it v. r as doubtful ?.-heiher Jiis bealiS tvculd permit the ceremony. Charles IV. Kalsejr. an_,ol(} classmate OH' 31s-. ilc-CorsiJs at Princeton. was best ?MB. The marriage was performed by Key. Father Yauj^an, cf Jjondon. who ·s Wei! known in tee Vailed Stares. The marriage was the erucoiss of a ron-aiice T.-iaea began with in* inaaga- ration of President Wilson iz. "Wash- ·ngtoh. It jivas there That Miss Wil- ·lams as'I Mr. McConiba a^et. President \VilsG2 i-.os jt»c^ urging jlr. McCoosbs 10 becoc:* aiiibaswuloB to France, and it is understood tat tig will accept. « SETfLE BIG STBiKE IN INDiANAPOLlS Men to ResiHne Work at Does s ^Pending ArUirgtioa Indianapolis, !nd_ Xov. S. -- Tua strike ot tne employes of the ludlanap- oils Traction and Terminal company was settled througb the eScrts of Governor Samuel M. Kalsioa. The employes won iheir ueiriarnl for arbitration- but nothing :s said about recognition of the iiaion in ;he terms cf settlement. Street car service is to L.e resumed within twelve fccurs. accoialug to the terms of the seii-emen:. -.v-iich also provide against any f.trrh-r Iiutrier- ente with the operation 01 ctrs. Ail the men ~'au v.-ere In ihc era- ploy cf the company on Fifslar nigut, Oct. 21, v.-aen the striae vra.» '.a!iecl. and aJt employes tvao c»u I^cc-a dis- cnarsed on aceo-an; of joining ths »±- ion. are to be reinstated by ihe company -wit!i full seniority rights anc ·without prejudice. Disputes and grievances as tr the ^ages. hours, conditions anc ter-. :,-c vrili be referred to the utziil^es commission for arbitration if the .-oa;p::ny and employes fail to reairh a :nuL-j"ii agreement wizhin t-ja -lavs. Tlie c^-nc- pany m-jst ta:^e u:i these £rf«~-vant-iS ·.vi;h i;s enuioyes T.-iiaia S%-e v^ys ai- tsr tbs : c»u£sptiCJi of servi;. Tlie ·at:!iries to-rnjir-EJou, by tlift tt:r~s of settlement, n-rst render z decision. ivhich slial: be Liintling on nil T arifes interested for three years, and shall relate back to tae resurapticrn c? ».-ork. =vithia thirty, days from the date eC tea 5rst hearing. I3U. ty American Press Association. : ORBIJ MERGING L OF COURTS I [ I^^^^^^B^^^^^V tupreme Court Declares Act ! Unconstitutional 3STo 'JAH ONLY CHANGE POWERS | Jscisicn Holds That Court Can Only 3e Abolished ay a Constitutional Amendment. Philadelphia. Xov. S.--It was not an inexpeeted disappointment to the sup- sorters of the act cf June 11, 1913, ·on:3O*idating the five common pleas tfjsirts here, when It was declared ua- ·onstituiional ia aa opinion handed town at Pittsburgh by Judge J. Hay iroim in use superior court. Even the most sanguine of them ilmost ha-J lest hope when the five iUdges act was declared unconstitu- Jlicaal. ; Judge Brown based his opinion upon · ihe construction of the fourth and 'Uxth sections of article five of the .constitution, holding that by these sec- 'tions the legislation in question is 10:. 5:iden. It is further held that the ju- Icisuiction and powers of these court* | clone may be changed, but tnat the act 'of Jane 11, 1S13, wipes theai out of ex- jfetence and substitutes for these live ' constitutional courts, one legsslativz 'co'-irt. Judge Brown said: \ "Courts established by the constitution can be abolished only by an , sai end m en C to the constitution, and until they are so aboSished. their existence is safe from legislative inter- which is limited to action re- solely 10 their jurisdiction and rpoiYer. The act violates the constitution clearly, palpably, plainly and in --;--: 'sach manner as to leave no doubt or Philadelphia, Nov. S--Governor John a esiuino!1 1H our Blinds. The demurrer ·i. Tener, of Pennsylvania, will be the / TO OFFER TENER JOB AS BASE BALL CHIEF HS Will ACC8pt N3- l tionai LeagQS.Presidency, . but w fe sail not direct tne iv. ener, o e n n s v n a . w e t . , . , . . . - ; . . _ . , T issuance of the writ praved tor fo"- ne« Fre^t 01 the National League ^ aflent aow Pkn ^ V3 lha . he ci Base o£ll C:ubs^ connate to be a judge of distinct - ° This :i tse ;inoGLciai announcement. , . . . . . . . , . 2nd separate court ot common and :t bears ail tne ear marks of oe- . , ~ . t ... .. ,, ,, . , in and lor the c-oantv of Pa;:a.d= :ng correct. Governor Tener v.-aen he, -p. ··.as asked l-v a newspsner corresnond- ~ ~ ~ L ~ - ». i ... · .. . : a member or the law committee, who I cm :t ne ·arouM accept the presidency t ,. | 01 the rnajrr base ball league, replied: ],,;,,. · "Xo ofCr-r of the presidency ot the , *~" i picas ... nma » , , , - _ _ , . Theodore F. Jenkins. , law committee, who , . .... r se part in irammg the b:tl, S j nathias :unh«r to say. I am in no sense a can.'Jdate." All oi" ;n:s Is tnie. Ko o^er of the nres : slea«"y '.izs orien made to the gov r crnor. and he isn't a candidate, but he nas teen soun'lc.i and the offer of the HE L!KES_PR5SGN LrFE Russian Denes Autiioritfes and Refuses to Pay Fine. Readine, Pa_ Xav. S----The ilussiaa consuis of PhflacelpMa a.-:l Xetv York have declincG to aid The authorities of Berks county to cenort, John Balyn, w in the Berks county prison, on the ground that any mas woo has $1200 ia a Philadelphia bank is not a paupar. Balyn was sent to Jalt eighteen nionths ago because h [ : refcsetl to pay she ccsts in a trivtai case against him. He imagined ae co::!d coHect §7.50 per day f ronL the county for illegal imprisonment. However, be is stubborn and refuses to pay to gain his freedom. Balyn is a philosopher, unmarried, says lie Ifkes the board, the labor is light anc he may conclude TO reaaia. another eighteen months. Tee authorities fear to set a precedent by freeing a man who has money and who refuses to pay a Sne and costs. ball circles and amona .ess to know. However, the supreme court, which :s ibe tribunal of final resort, has declared that they were not. and the consolidation now can be effected only through a constitutional amonrlaieat. "S.ace the supreme court decided the nv judges sxt was unconsti- ional the opinion necessarily fcl- no - Des L " aat 5t "^"ould be -" ose who nro- ' !ov '" ed al 'decided that the confolldation act was *" _ , ., _ . constitutional until after the opinion F. Uaker. president ot tne . Q ^ . _ Paillies. is responsible for the Tener | . "*,T . campaign. Jlr. Baker waitsd on Gov- emor iener some two wee,cs ago us e onesdon of tfae Ccas - itutioija j 5tv . he conrt . b ;. emor , Qf ,^ ^ b _ ouzht , Q . he conrt . b . ascertain tne governors .eehngs m 0»e Sa:auel c . B achmaa in a petition asT- ssaer. aaa now that ne has vne \ Ju Char!es McMichac! pleiges of s:x cluDS to vote for tne wmjam F r u n a w Wife Acquitted of Murder. Woodstock. Oat.. Xov. S. -- Sirs. Grace Beemer was fonnd act ^nilty of the murder of her nnsbacn and her nephew. Frederick Beerner. a farmer of Blenheim township. It was cbargsfi that slie bad poisoned him with slryca- Santa Glaus Gets irst Letter. "Washington. Xov. S.--The iir=t Saa- la Claus letter of the year reached the Dosiofnce department yesterd?.y. It was written by a Mercer. Tenn^ boy. who said he ~as poor, had three brothers and "just wanted Santa to visit all oi GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA -- FLOUR winter clear. S3.65@3.S3; citv raiils, fancy, 34.30^5.10. S.YS iTJuR qnlet, at $3.50©S.SO perbarrel- WHEAT steady; Xo. 2 red, new, _ steady; Xo. 2 -white, 81V- c. OATS steady; Xo. 2 white, 4S@ 46%c.: lower grades. 4oc. POTATOES steaoy; per bushel, 70 @83cPOULTRY: Lire steadv; ieas, 13© lac.; old rooste-s. ll@12c. DresseS firm; choice fowls, 19c.; old roosters. ISc. _ BUTTER firia; fancy .creamery, 35c. EGGS steady; selected, 40c.; nearby, 37c.; ·western, 37c. Produce Markets. CHICAGO -- HOGS active and 10 @ Joe. higher; light, S7.45@8: mixeS. 67.45@8.10: heavy. $7.35@S.10; roiign, S7.35B7-55: pigs, $5@7.6o. CATTT^E slow and weak; baaves, $6.60@9.70; Texas steers, S6.50@7.6o; Ftocketa aud feeders, S4.90@7.65; cows and ceifers, $3.25@S.15; calves, $7® 11.25. SHEEP active and generally steady; natives, $4.75g5.25; yearlings. S5.25@ 6^5; lambs, native, ?5.S5@7.75. put l|, tne gacouater.? ROLAND MQUMEfeUX TO WED Man. Once Occupant of" Death House, to Marry a Secritsry. New York. Xov S--- Rolan'l B. IMoIi- neaux. one 0 s~ i^njafj-of he death ')Oiase"at S;"s Sing, but finally accj-ji'- :ed afrer a reiris!. en tne c'aarge of mi;r'iering lir= Ki-3°riae J. Adams -. : th po:scn. spp'.iei for a marriage li"er.=e. TU- bride-to-be is T.Tiss ?^i2rgaret ConelK who sai--1 sas -^as a secretary. Lwe"ty-e-sV- years old. ilolineaux is forty sev«"i years old. The cier:: refr.sei to gr^ant the isar- riace 1-cc-n-e i'3!:l .-lolraeax produced i conv of t»:C decrea of divore 0 wfcici "i:s for-rer ~ : fe Blanr-lie Cbesbrough Mo::nea'jx. v I:o Ssn:Ted iu his murder "rials, obtained from h:m ia South Dakota ia 15''-. Fatal VVrsck at Panama. Panama. Xnv. S.--E. Logan, a l"co- r.otive engineer: J. Ii \V:lk«ns. a cos- '.;:rtor, ano four negro trainman w?-e \iP.ed ia a wreck on the Panama rail- read. WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Observation 1 ; of United States weather r--.;-ca'.Js taken at S p. m. yesterday follow: Temp. Weather. Albany Atlantic C:ty Bcstca Buffalo Chicago Ne~ Or'^Pns... Xew Yor^ .34 54 St T.O-.::? Clear. Clear. Clear. Cloudy. Cloudy. Clear. Clear. Cioiidy. Clear. Clear. The Weather. Ciouoy: rain toc'gbt or tomorrow; south winds. Good Citizenship I Good government Is good citizenship in action. Jefi fev h , CQ:lsol 5 da , ioil bin governor he trfi! c5er the presidency 1^"^^^^^^°^ , to Sir. Tener some day within the Jfry | '^ L "'jurisdictioV in a -·-ar fnt«re V-. Bsker is awaiting! . . . . . . . . . -. , icase ieo by nina oeiore the nassage of wort! iroa ice oiner t^vo club owners;. - "jeiore putrlig- the proposition, up tc the go-'a: nor fiaiiy. Tener's .-siary, it is said, tvoulc be 32*,C ! -y a year and his term would be for five years. President Johnson, of the American ie-s'ie. gets this saiarr nov. and ::a= a tv. enty-year con".rac : . Freshen: I^ynsb, of :he Xationa!. ge^s SS-""0 a-year and. 32is a. oae-ysar c-c- · ract. - U. OF ?. HASJJ549 STUDENTS Enrcilftisrtt This Year SHows Increase of Mere Than 10CO. Ph-ladeipbia. Nov. S --Provost E F Smirh. of trie University of Pennsylvania. ?.nno"nced the enrollment in all degartaieafs of the university for the sessions of 19i3-l14. which this year reaches a tola! of 0549. AHo^'-n? for duplications, he stated, -which arise from the fact that the s?.nae students :n some instances are registered in more than one department, leaves a net registration of at least 0347. or an increase of 1060 ovar !he enrolment of the preceding year. This is by far the largest percentass of increase ever reached at tae university. Xcariy all departments share In this gain. TRIES TO BURN GIRL ALIVE Domestic's Assai'ant Pour Oil on Her Clothing .and J?!ace Her Near Firs. Chicago. Xov. S.--Gertrude Hanson, a sixteen-year-old servant employed in the home of Otto Johnson, was found bound and gagged asnid burning rub bish in the casement of the house. The gir; had been attacked and the peroetrator had taken desperate rseasares to conceal bis crime. Miss Hanson's clothing had been saturated with kerosene and papers and other rubbish nearby set on fire. The smoke attracted neighbors, who rescued the girl. Woman and Man In Revolver Duel. Washington. Xov. S.--Mrs. VTiiliatn F. Hatton. of Linden. Md.. was wounded four times and Thomas J. Garrett, an employe of the Southern railway, was perhaps fatally wounded wbea they found a revolver duel in Mrs, Ration's home. The woman says sbe tried to kill Garrett to keep him froia tilling her. Negro Lynched by Mob. Xashrille, Tenn.. Xov. S.--A mob smashed in the doors of the Dyersbs^g jail, removed John Taliy. a negro, aged eighteen years, and lynched him in the court house yard. The negro was accused of an attempted attack on a white woman, and after his arrest identified. FOR SALE: five thoroughbred bnll terriers. Hill Top Poultry Farm, F. G. MeCammpn.---adyertisemenS, ., , All persons are ivaxoei not to trespass on the premilesL of the nufcjt« signed -svith dog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game fcaaj mumer) cor forfisbing,orin any way iajuring or destroying property.; Ail pers«»TSo. laticg the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassuigon'^iSrof the underslgner wUl be dealt with under the provisions of the Act of April 14- «905. * ' " " ' - - - *· e William Allison, SamT. Walters farm, Hamiltonban township. John D. E3ey,-R- 12, Gettysburg:, Pa.' Cumberland Township. j Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. * D. B. Wineman, Cumberland Township. fT Frar-k Mumper, E. 1, Getei^urg, Pa. ^' ^ C. J. Deardorff, Orrtanna, Fa. '*^ Charles Wagacaan (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Kime, Butler To«-ziship, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shack, Strafaan Township, K- 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) S- 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt- Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. * George E. Harman, R. 6, Gettysburg. Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Sirabaa Township. 3Jrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettvsburg, Cumberland Township. J. K. P.ex, Box 50, R. 2, BiglerviHe. ' " Mrs. Matilda I_ Codorl, Cumberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Getrysborg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. I_ Tcot, StraL-aa Township. D. I_ Jacobs, R. 1, Biglervilie, Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B. Twining, S. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Sco'.t, R. 4, Gettj'sburg, Freedom Township^ J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddle, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J Ee-ie, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. * ' t Leo Frommeyer, Mt. Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. S W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township, " "^ Robert K. Major, Straban Township. 1 John W. Mcllhenny Farm R. 7, Gettj'sburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. Robert Harner, Greenmount, Pa. '' . - *"..? Harry E. Shriver. Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. "~ i -' . %· Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. " ~ " * William Coscun, Straban Totcnship. f "n D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettj'sburg. · S -i .^ ElLis Wclford, Mt. Pleasant Township. E. L. Smith, Batler To'.vr.sh!p, BiglerviHe. J. Edward Lawver, Butler Township, R. R. No. 2, Biglerville. S. J. Haverstick, M. M. Sponseller farm, Straban TwpJ;^! S, Gbg. 31. E. Freed. Mrs. G. W. Bieseckerfarm. Franklin Twpr. Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott. Cumberland Township. John H. Sponseller. (McPherson Farm), Cumberland Township. - ^ Jacob E. Hoke. Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. H.' M. Sneeringer, R. 9. Ge'ttvsburg, near Bonneauville, Pa. - J. D. Moose, Biglervilie, Pa. " G. F. Basehcar, Gettysburg, Cumberland and Germany Townships. Louis MizeH, Straban Township, Getr sburg, R. 7. X. J. Shank, Biglerville Route I. T. F. Roth. Busier Township,* Gettvsburg Route G. C. S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Griest, Mgx.) Guernsey. C. A. Heiges ar.d Mrs. H. F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren. Menallen Township. C. H. RunimeH on C. L. Osborne'farm. Menallen Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Freedom Township. Wm. 31. Bigham's Sons, Liberty Township! Jacob F. Peters. Tyrone Township, R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. Charles Essick and sisters. Butler Township, R- 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Coulson. Butler To'.vnshio. A. S. Whisler. Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 10. Mrs. Ciestia A. Black, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. George Herrinsr. Highland Township. W. F. Herbsfc. "Orrtanna R. 1. " ". O. B. Sharretp. Cjmbarland Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. G. E- SpMsrnith. Sitrban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. ' Jo:.n Dick. Hoffacker Farm. Straban TownsLip- GD'aeic Riidisiii- Cumberland Township, Gettysburg Routa 1. J. E. Jacobs, Eugene S Kelly farm, Cumberland'Township. J. Clavton RiderT 3It. jo^- Townshir. Getrvsburg R. 1, Charles Fidler, (W. E. Golden fanr-}, R. 1. Biglerville, Butler Twp. H. S. Mertz. Hamilton Township. (Campbell and Moyer Farm.) James L. Bi^ham. Freedom TownsMo, Gettj-sbarg, Pa. Levi Crum. MenEllen Township. Mrs. Andre\v Brough, R. 1. Aspers, Menallen Township. L. H. 3Iea!s. Cumberland Township. R. -5, Gettysburg.' C. W. Bi=ck. (J. Carna Smka Farm) R- 2, Gettysburg. Mt- -Joy Twp. V/m. H. Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. George W. Wolf. R. 3, Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. Edmund Little, (John B'ocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Harris Cook. 3Ienallen Township. Wa'ter C. Snrder. R. 12- Gettysburg, Pa.. Cumberland Twp-, Bayly Farm \ mcent Redding, R. 8, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Edward Redding, R. 9, Gettysburg, Straban Township. A. J. Smith Farm. H. E. Boyd. Guldens, Pa.. S'traban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. Harry S. Trostle. Stravan Township. Edward A. Trostle. Straban Township. John Leese. on Xathan Brown farm. Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikert. Highland Township, E- 1, FairSeld: D. F. Ba'cterman. Butler Township. Snultz Bro? D. B. Snvder Farm, Straban Township, Gettysburg, P. O. McDannel Bros.. Arendtsvilie and Franklin Township, Biglepille, R- 1. S. B. Bream (F. 31. Bream's farm) Butler Township. Calvin R. Srvder. Bonneauville, Pa. Otis Walter.'fCanrad Waiter Farm) R. 1, Tillie, Franklin Township. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. StrausbaugK Orrtanna. 5-1- Albeic Hollinger. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 6. Deareorff Brothers, Tiilie. Pa. Franklin Township. E. P. Garrettson. Butler Township- John and Jt rank Garrettson. 3Ienallen Tovmship. " ^ R. H. Black, ^L 2. Ge.tvsbars:- Cumberland Township. -1 3Irs. Daniel 3Iil 1 ir. Cairiberfand Township, GettysburET, Route 6. D. S. Sevnolds, Straban Tovmship. Gettysburg Route 9. W. A. Bigham. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R- 3. -John Grcscost. R. 7. Gettvsburg. Straban Township. Garfield -Jacobs. R. 13, Gettvsburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff. H'Vhlana Township, (3Irs. ,H- B. 3Ioyer Farm). Eraanuel Plan!-, Kighland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. E. D. Hei^es. EI"'erville Borough- John H. Eckert-'traban Township, Gettysburg, R. 8. W. W. 3Iiller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township, Gog. E- S. 3Iervin Black. Biglerville. 3Ienallen Township. 3Irs. 3Iarth? Reed, r.ear Arendtsvilie. Wavbrisrht Rice. BiglerviHe, Pa. H. S. Cfomer. Mt. Jov Township, R. 2, Gettysbarg, Pa. John S. Wolf. Straban Township, R. /, Gettysburg. Pa- Clarence Hoffman, R. R- 2. Biglerville. Pa. J. C. Walter. Butler Township. R- 2. Biglerville, Pa. Robert Wkherow, Cumberland Township. R- 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Herr, Cumberland Township, R. 13. Gettysburg, Pa- Frank E : cho!tz. Freed Farm. Straban Township. R- 12, Gettysburg, Pa. D. W. Stoops. H ; srh!ar,d Towr-shio. R. ~. Gettysburg, Pa. -J. Martin Br 3ain,"T'. rone Township. R. 3. Bijrierville, Pa. H. H. Hart, li. 6, C ittysbursr. Pa.. Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz, 3It."-Jov lownship, G^ttysbnrs, Route I. J. A. Wetzel, (31? -v A. Snvder far.Ti) Franklin To-sraship. _ J. M. Busr.n-.-3. i3lary A. Srvder Farm) Franklin Township^ ^ J. W. Tate. Tyrone Tc^r.sh-'p. R-4. Xew Oxford. · 'J. W. Cook, 31* 'alien Towrship. Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osborae, F 2. Big'erville. Allen Barnes, ^Cro^er Farm) Cumberland Township, E- 13, Gettysburg; Chas. E Schulz (\_Iibert Bucher Farm) Franklin Tgwpship, R. 5. Gog R. A. Dieb!. {Minter Fanr'* Butler Township, Staf.JZoute, Bigisrville, Pfe. _ sborg. "R-S. C. E. Tawnev. 3It» Pleasant Tovvnship. Gettysburg^ S- 8. C. W. Toner." (E. A. Croase Farm) Mer.allen To-srnshlp, K- R. Idavihe, Pa. J. Blaine Bushey. FranKlin Towr.sh : o, R. 1. B!gtervilie,'Pa. Jacob Groscost/Tyror.e Township, R- 7, Gettysburg, Pa- W. T. Howard, Straiar Township. Curtin 3Ic35augh'"n (John P- Buft Farm) Franklin Township. Jam-^s Sanders. (X. H. JIusselman Farm) Hamiltonban Township. Howard Bream. Straban Townsb ; p. R. 9. Gettysburg-. Pa. _ A21en Redding (Robe. S. Breara Farm) Cumberland Township. William -J. Eckenrode. Cumberland Township. G. G. Griff-p, Straban Township. Routs 9. Gettysburg. Denton Hoff (Rufus Lawver f anr^ Butler Township. Harvev Scott Cumberland TOWPJ rip. » Jacob Boyd, -\!t. Joy To\vnship. R. 13, Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman. Franklin Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. D. 31. Hoffman. Big3ervi".e. Rout- 2. E. X. Hoffman, Biglerv: 'e. Route 2. J. I. Hereter, Highland Tov.T.ship, R- 4, Gettysburg, Pa. Ernest 3Ianaha n ;i3Irs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa Davjd G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick. Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M. Shindledccker. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg. R. ft. H. M. Trostle, Highland Town-hip, Tillie Po?t OiRce. D. A. Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Tw?. T R. 5. D. C. March, Butler Township, R, 6, Ge-tlj sburg £obert M. Eldon, Aspers. ,, . 1 NEWSPAPER!

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