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A Brand New Supply of Horse Blankets and Hobes is here- Blaiikete of every description ami at all prices from SI.00 up- The prices lepeadiiwr upon the quality--but not a ixxr one in the lot. You know tlie kind »ou have bought here before--*ve guaraiitve this new lor to weir as ;:ood or better. The ECS- designs aad patterns are sure to pit-ass. Plush and Water-proof Robes A waier-proof robe is a necessity ia wareer weather. But when you buy one you want it to last more th.m one vi inter. Ours are mad** for wear--hard wear- Come to see then*. C. C. Bream, Cor. York and Stratton Streets Gettysburg, Pa j^^jy^ji^(- t a-^;Bp^iag-gn.' t gjj^gggagg eK Bazaar and Oyster Supper The Oyster Supper ar.d Sale to be held iu the Pre?bytericn CbapcL Huntersiovrn, ^" Saturday Afternoon and Evening, November 15th, SIR THOMAS V. BOWATER. SnctslJed. Lerd Msyor of Lor.dsn With Anciant Pomp. FREE 8EILIS IN ~ RITUAL · _., . - . s. £ -v^****.^ mi jory Ms Jew Innocent of ^ ^ea «* ' srrovc'j his stock Slaying GftnsUao Boy, DESTROYS STOCK OF DRINKS Nanticoks Saloonkeeper. Converted, Dumps Beer and Whisky In Gutter. "Wnkes-Bsrre, Pa^ Nov. 11.--George Bor'aan. for znacy years a successful ; salcoaueep«r m Nanticcke, aas em- ! braced Christjanity. To c^'e-rat*" the -chajigc he has pub- AM persons are warned not to trespass on the premise* «· igned with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game ij^an or for fishiug,or in any way injuring or destroying property! AJI pejaiibs rio- lating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on lands:at · he undersigrser will be dealt with under the provisions of the Act df^ April 14. '905. ' " FBB It Photo by American Press Association. beicinnin^: at one o'clock, is Growing in interest. The ladles have many useful and beautiful articles, together some admirable pieces of fancy work, all of which will be eold, besides many other things. I Ice Cream, Cake, Candy, Fruit and Other Refreshments ·will be on Sale. All friends art- asked to brinjr a companion, and the public is cor- diallv iiiviuM. LONDON'S NEW_LORD MAYOR Sir T. Vansittart Bov.-ater Takes Oath of Office Araid Regal Display, j I.-oatloa. Nov. 51.--Sir T. Yansinart I Bowater was installed lord mayor of i the city of London with all the- solemnity-and display that ancient castora demands. The oath was administered to the new lord mayor by the new lord chief justice. Sir Rufus Isaacs- The civic authority of the lord rsaycr of the city of London extends over 3. resident population of less than 20,CC£», the greater part of the territory of the city proper being covered with warehouses and business oSces. .London has rwety-eiglu other boroughs, each with its own mayor. regiigSfi rJigl Medical Advertising. Nose He-ad Slopped Up From Cold Or CaiarrJ). Ooen it Once My Cleansing. Healins Balm Instantly [ dissolves by the heat of the nostrils; Clears ?sose, Head and Throat--j penetrates and heals the Iniiameo, Stops Xasty Catarrhal Discharges- j swollen membrane which lines the Dull Headache Goes. nose, head and throat; clears the air massages; stops nasty discharges and a Try "Ely's Cream Balm." feeling of cleansing, soothing relief Get a small bottle anyway, just to I comes imrnediately- tty it--Apply a little in the nostrils i Dpn'E lay awake to-Right ^trugglinfj »nd instantly your clogged nose and j for breath, with head sturted: nostrils rtppped-up air passages of the head ' closed, hawking and blowing- Catarrh will "open: you " Tviil breathe freely; {or a coid. with its running nose, fcul " mucous dropping into tne throat, and raw dryness is distressing but truly needlsss. Pu"i, your faith--just once--in "Ely's Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh surely disappear. dullness and headache disappear. morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head ot fetarrhal sore throat vrill be gone- End such misery novr! Get the small botde of "Ely's Cream Salm" at any drug store. This sweet, fragranc balin Philadelphia Reading Railway $1.00 ACCOUNT vs BUCKNELL FOOT BALL GAME AT SATURDAY, NOV'R 15 13 SPECIAL TRAIN VALUE OF CORN CHOP BREAKS ALL RECORDS Verdict Causes Gfca* Exciteirent Kiev, and Solsfers.Are Pairs!!.ng the Kiev.. Russia, Noy. 11. -- Mendel Bellis, a Jew. Tvas acca:ueJ by the jury in the so-called "rit-^aJ murder*" case. Beilis was accused cf s!aing a Chris; ian boy, nassed Andrew Yus- ch:?3 ! iey, two years ago. The trial was begr.E Oct. S last. The government was cosaoelled to ;ti-! srroyed his stock of beer aad whisky by dumping it In the streets and re- f«i£.n^ several big offers for his U'isi- ness. Boraaa's conversion has cost him about S20*)Q. MaiU-o'-v Borman. his brother, re- Jy became a member of :he F:rst ···cdis:: church of Xanticoke, aad I since then he has been trying to get . s the raioorjKeeper interested ia church I work. Georse attended several church a:ee:inas and declares he saw a new light. He became a Methodist convert asd decided to asake a complete t-hanse ia his life. His Srsi step was to pjH down :he blinds of his saloon and to lock the doors. Then he knocked iu the beads of the beer kegs and nt an a cf ac- Altougli Smallest Since (903, !l is tto Host Valuable Washington. Nov. 11.--This year's corn crop promises to be the most valuable this or zxny other nation ever has produced, although the department of agriculture's preliminary estimate of production indicates It will be more than half a billion bushels less ia size than the record crop at last ear, aad tae smallest since 19u3. Based o- ine department's figures of T'J.T cenis per bcsael. the average farm \-alne oa Nov. 1. the crop, as now estimated, is worth. §1,741.353,013, while the value of the 1912 record crop was Sl-520.454,000. The previous most valuable crop was that of I9l'9, when it was worth $1,C52.S22,000- Betails of the report follow: Com--Total production, 2,453,017,- OOf 1 ., bushels, compared v. ith 3,124,746,000 last year. Yield per acre, 23.0 bushels, compared wita 23.2 last year, an;! 27.0 bashels. tl'e ten-year average. "Wheat--Toiai production. 753.233,.000 bushels. Yield. 15.2 ynshels. Average farm price. 77.~' cents per bushel. ~Oats--Total production, bushels. Yield per acre, 2S.3 oush- els. Average farm price, 37.9 cents per bushel- Barley--Total production. 173,301.000 busaeis. Yield per acre. 23 9 busbeis. Rye--Total production. 34.7S9.000 bushels. Yieid per acre. 16.3 bushels. Hay--Total production, 63,460,000 toss. take precautions to Jewjsli uprising in. ihe event quiztal and Kiev was f:::! of when the verdict was given. X«:i»s of the acquittal caused great exc:t--:nent throughout Kiev. Troops were kept moving through all of ihe sirjr^s as the representatives of the "£b.c;-: Hundred," an anti-Je-.vish or- gan'ziticn, threatened a pcgram, or massacre, if Beslis was acquitted. Hundreds of peasants, who had come to Kiev fcr the end of the tr.aL shouted out iheir denunciations of ine verdict. The Jews remained indoors ad many of them barricaded their houses. It is estimated that several thousand Jews have left lUev s.ace the trial hegan, fearing a massacre in tpe case 01 an acquittal. BeiHs will probably go to America, to live. Tie trial of Ceilis aroused greater interest throughout the world than any other criminal trial since the Dre:.fs.s case in; France, because of the religious and racial' elements injected into it by. the Russian governmeat- Tsi'.is vias, in* prison for two years, during which tisse he. was subjected froii time TO, tiSse to the "third degree." with all the traditional sever.ty of the Russian police. He rcraamea ste-dfast in his protestations of innocence, and Ins iast,Vords when the cas · -ACI-C to the jury were: "I am in nc.-ent of r.ny erirae.", 7 lie. iriii of Beilis, a. Kussian of the Hebrew fziiih. for'the alleged murder fcr purpose^ of ''blood ritual" of An drew Ti7scii : nsl:y r s. Chr;s:inn !an, began nn Ocr_ S. Thf rr-uiliated body of the boy Yiis- eh-.nsriy v. a=; c-Iscovered en March 25, 1ST-, in a Lave en a suburban hold-ng ourrsiJe Kiev. Tas hsnas were bound bc'r. T nu the back 2nd there were forty sevsn wc m jnds on xhe Jbody. Seilis was sion!y aftercrard arrested and charg- ea '.vrth the icuraer and was kept IE clo^s conf.r.emcnr until te tria'. I! --3.3 alleged ihat the blood of the boy wa-5 -red in a Jewish ceremony. rleaical mra gave various opinions as to the reasons for the crime. Other witnesses rhre^ suspicion, oa a woman, Vera Tcaeoeriak, alleged to be tae barbor^r of a band of criminals SLAYS CHiLp_AND HERSELF "Woman Shoots Boy and Commits Suicide When Husband Dies. Richmond, Ky_ Xcv. II.--ilrs. Benjamin L. Banfes, one of the most prominent women of Xenxucky, shot and Jailed her only child, a boy. twelve years old. and then blew out her own brains at her home ia this city. The tragedy followed the receipt of news announcing The sudden death of her husband from pneumonia in Adair county, where he had been visiting his parents. Mrs. Banks was formerly secretary of the State Federation of "Woman's Clubs. HAYWOOD CGWVfGTi«3N VOID N. J. Suprcrre Court Sets Aside Sen Lance Imposed en I. W. V/. Leader, j Trenton, N. J.. Nov. 11.--The stats snr»rerpe court set aside the conviction af TT!":om Ilaywood. Industrial \Tork- ers ".I the T-'orlci leader, who with two oihrs was convicted on a charsp oi being disorderly in connection with tie strike of tne P?terso;n, N. J., siih wcr'-tcrs. The other men involye^L are Carlo j Trcsei. and Adolph Lessis- The men i wers sentenced to ssr,vo-SJX months in. 'ja.i. ' The opinion of the supreme court in a slec!sicn_read by Justice ^Berses. holds the mere fact that a person walking along the public streets in a peaceable and cniet rnasner. is followed by a crowd of people, is not sufficient to justify ais conviction for be'ns; a disorderly gers_on. 5 i Immigrant Wore Big Green Bow. Xew York. Xov. 11. -- Miss Kaae OTxmneli, sixteen years old, arrived here from Ireland with a big green bow tied to her arm. She told immigration, officials that a relative, who was to met her at the pier, had asked her to wear the ribbon so she conid be identified. VINCENT A3JOR.'S- PLANS- Likely to Make Hernciyffe at, Rhinebeck His- P-erfr.ansnt Home. e, X. Y.. NOT.' 11.---Tho indications ar:e that Viaceat Aster, c to I|s_s HeJen wacse Dinsmore Hantingtcn was announced last weqk-, will Fernclyffe open -ami! the. holidays, if not all winter. It :s also said tsat the Huatingtoc hose. libpeiaE-i. House, Staatsburg. wiH also-remain open mo^r^of the winter. From tbe extensive alterations at ,}/» j FernciySe it is thought that Mr. As- I tor means to osase his i home at Rhiaeueck. permanent FROM LV.A.MJ Uettysbnrg 8.25 t Goldenvffle - S.35 ·Table Rock 3.38 Biglerville Guernsey IFROM LV.A.M. S.44J 8.48 *Centre Mffis 8.52 Bendersville 8.56 Gardners 9.03 Harrisburg (arrive) 10.05 Train will leave Harrisburg 10.30 P. M. same date for above stations. Tickets good on b T o n date of excursion on above Special.Train in. each. direction. Children, between 5 and 12 years of .age half. fare. *Pa**engeTS from stations marked withtsar can purchase ticket from conductor. WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Observations weather bureaus yesterday follow Atlantic City -Buffalo Chicago New Orleans.. New York Philadelphia St. Louis ...... Washington ... of "Unit ; taken Temp. ^ 34 . 38 44 26 . 26 : 56 36 . 3S . 34 . 04 ed States at S 'p. m. Teather. Cloudy- Clear. Cloudy. Saow. Clear. . Clear. Clear. Cloudy- Clear. Cloudy. The Weather. Fair and cold today and tomorrow; northwest winds. j American Suffragette HI In London, j London. Nov. ll.--3Iiss Zelse Enaer- ; son, the American suffragette, of Jacl:" son, Mica.. Js seriously ill from concussion of the brain, the result of injuries received in a riot Nov. 5. She presided at a meeting at which it was pro- damped ihe contents, together »:ith whisky and wine, Into the gutter. Then E'jr:L';-n publicly burned his license after several men oSered to buy him cat. Herman declares he starts a Christian I:fe by knocking out one cf she 1500 licenses in Luzerne county. LABOR FEDERATION IN YEABLY MEETING Gonventisn Hears Reports of Growth in Membership. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 11.--Declaring that "the trade movement has become the greatest factor in. the lives of the masses of American people because of its practical idealisn:." the executive council of the American Federation of Labor, in submitting its annual report to L-.S international convention of that bocy, congratulates the delegates en the steady growth of the organization winch, it declares, has passed the 2,- OOO.Off' mark and is well oa its way toward a new goal--the 3,000,000 mark. The report 01 the council includes tile statements of the president, secretary and treasurer and the heads 01 :he various departments. The secretary "s report shows that the total receipts were ?244.252.04 and the total expenses S-5S.702.SS. P-irtng the year ended Sept. 30, 1913, "22 charters v/ere issued to national and iiternational, central, local trade and fc lera! labor unions. Reports from the secretaries of ninety-eight national and international organizations show- thai toS^ charters were issued and. 13-1S 'snrrendered. The gain in ment- osrshio reported "by sixty-six mterna- tio^al organizations was 295,695. Reports from sixty-eight national anil International organizations and local unions aEiiated with the Federa- aticn ?hcw that there were 969 strikes, in v.-h:cn 231.236 workers were involved Of that number 186,644 were benslireu- The total costs of the strides re?cr:erl ^as §3,345,721.43. In addition $HS,srt4.4S -was donated by un- iODK to other j;p.!ons. making a grand total of 53.454.2:15.91 expended to sustain members on. strike- Death benefits amounted to $1.985,- SS2.S3 and death beneSts to members' wives. $58.420. The total in sick benefits was §"16.336.41. Train Kills Family In Snowstorm. XortD .Iv.dson. Ind.. Xov. 11.--^A. father an;! his two children, were hurled to death by a Chicago-bound Erie passenger train here. Xo intimation of the tragedy was had by the engineer of 'ine nyer until it reached Crown Point. Ind.. nearly forty miles away. There bi:s of red-stained cloth on the pilot told the story. The blinding snowstorm presented tae engineer from seeing their carriage. Shooting Crap For Silver Forks. Hackensack. X. -T.. Xov. n.--^Bursting into the fconis of Louisa Ricks, colored, in. a search for stolen silverware, the police found Louisa and five ne- groes IIL tae midst of a crap game for siiver. forks. German Cruiser to Leave Vera Cruz. Berlin, Xov. 11.--The German cruiser Bremen is to leave Vera Cruz in a short time. She has been ordered to cruise in Mexican waters, visiting Tampico first. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA -- FLOUR dull: winter clear. S3.65@3.S5; city mills, fancy. RYE jrer barrel. TVHEAT firm; Xo. 2 red, new, ©92c- "CORX steady; Xo. 2 white, Sl@ SlV-c, OATS steady: Xo. 2 white, 46@ V-c.: lower grades. 45c. POTATOES steady; per basael, 70 . POULTRY: Live steady: hens. toe.; old roosters, ll@12c. Dressed arm; choice fowls. I9e_; old roosters, ISc. . _ BUTTER firm; fancy creamery, 3ac. EGGS steady: selected, -J4c.; near- nopnced that a volunteer corps was to be organized for the protection of the militant suffragettes. Miss Sylvia *?- 41c - Astern, -ac. Par.khurst was present, and when the police tried to arrest her a fight with sticks and clubs tool: place. In the battle Miss Emerson was Imocked down by a blow on the head. Vermont Savings Tax Upheld. Washington. Xov. ] 1. -- The Vermont statute of 19o6, levying a tax upon savings deiK3its in national banks, upheld as constitutional by the supreme court Belief That Endures. What keeps politics going is the belief every man entertains that he can WlutTo Within Her. "It la true I can't sin well," said the cat, that had just'swallowed the Produce Markets, CHICAGO--HOGS 10(®15c. higher^ Dtilk of sales, S7.90©S.15; light, S7.65 ffiS 20: mixed, §7.65-SS.25: heavy, S*.--0 feS.'-5: rough, S7.50@7.*0: pigs, §5.5'J 27.75. CATTLE mostly lOc, higher: beeves, J6,75@9-SO: Texas steers. S6.60@7.7o; stockers ad feeders. $5®7.75; cows and leifers. S3.25@S.25; calves. $7®11. SHEEP strons and 10@15c. higher; 33tlve, $4.25@5T50: western, S4.30@ 5.50; vearlings, $5 40@6.65; lambs, na- ave, $6.10@7.95; western. §6.15®*.90. FOR SALE: five thoroughbred bull terriers. Hill Top Poultry Farm, F. G. fully satisfy the public, In spite of j canary, "hut I have a good deal of _, _ .v thp fftnt that, nohndv pvpr diri it. mufiio in m» an th« anmo '"' MeCammon.--aavertisemett. the fact that nobody ever did it. music In me all the same.' Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. Wiaemaa, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. C. J. Deardorrl, Orrtanna, Pa. Charles TTagaman (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Kime, Butler Township, Biglervilie, Pa. C- B. Shank, Straban Township, R. 7. Gettyshorg, Pa. J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. 2iL Joy Twp. Jacob Froauneyer, Straban Township. George E. Harman, R. 6, Getrysbarg, Pa- Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Sev, Box 50, R. 2, BsgiervUIe ^ , *-~ 3Irs. Matilda L. Codori, Cuxaberland To^nshi?. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa., C'JDsberiand TjownsMp. J. L. Tcxt, Strahan Towuslup- D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, Eiglerville, Pa. Butler TownsluR,,. . Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, K. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom J. D. Brotvn, Highland Township. R. F. Biddle, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg, D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Fromn:eyer, Mt- Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. \V. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Townshig.. Robert'KL Major, Straban Township. J-^hn W. Md'heiusy Farm R. 7, Gettysburg. Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa- George D. Thomas, Chambershurg Pike. Robert Harner, Greenmount, Pa. Karry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg, William Coshan, Straban Township. D. C. March, Butler Township, R G, Gettysburg. Elias Wolford, Mt. Pleasant Township. E. L. Smith.. Butler Township, Biglervilie- - .,,, J. Edward Lav.-ver, Butler Township, R- R. No. 2, Bigleryille.. S. J. Hax-erstick, M. M. Sponseller farm, Straban TwjC, R. 8, Cbg. M. E. Freed. Mrs. G. W. Bieseckerfarm, Franklin.-Twp,,,Casntown. J. Kerr Lott. Cumberland Township. John H. Sponseller, (McPherson Farm). Cumberland Township. Jacob E- Hoke, Straban Township. Gettysburg. R. 7. II. M. Sneeringer, R. 9. Gettysburg, near Bonneauville, Pa. J. D. Moose, Biglervilie. Pa. G. F. Basehoar. Gettysburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. J.ouis Mizell, Straban Townsh'D, Gett' sburg. R. 7. X. J. Shank, Biglervilie Route"!. T- F. Ro_th, Butler Township, Gettysburg- Route 6. C. S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Griest. Mgr.) Guernsey. C. A. Heige-s and Mrs. H. F. Heiges, Franklin Township II. C. Warren, Menallen Township. C- H. Rummell on C- L. Osborne'iarm, Menallen Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons. Liberty Township. Jacofo F. Peters. Tyrone Township. R. 3, Biglerville, Pa- Charles Esssck and sisters. Butler Township. R. 5, Gettysburg. .T. C. Coulscn, Butler Township. A. S- Whisler. Mt- Pleasant Township, R. 10. Mr*. Clestia A. Black. R- 1, Bigleryille, Pa. (ieorcre Herring. Highland Township. W. F" Herbst, Orrtanna R. 1. O- B- Sharretts. Cumberland Township, R. 2. Gettysburg, Ba. G. E. Stallsmith. Straban Township. R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. ~ John Dick, Hoiracker Farm, Straban Toxvnship. Gilbert Rudisill, Cuiriberland Township. Gectysburs: Route 1. J. E. Jacobs. Eugene S. Kelly, farm. Cumberland Township. J. Clavton Rider. Mt. Jov Township. Gettysburg R- 1, Charles Fidler. (W. E. Golden farm), R. 1. Biglervilie, Butler Twp. U- S- Mertz, Hamilton Township. (Campbell and Moyer Farm-). -Tarnes L. Bigham, Freedom Township. Gettysburg, Pa. Levi Crum, Menallen Township. Mrs- Andrew Brough, R. 1. Aspers, Menallen Township. L. H. Meals. Cumberland Township. R. 5, Gettysburg. C. W. Black. (J. Carna Smith Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Mt. Joy Twp. , "vVra. H- Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. George W. Wolf, R. 3, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township- Edmund Little. (John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Harris Cook, Menallen Township. Walter C. Snyder. R. 12. Gettysburg. Pa., Cumberland Twp., Bayly Farm Vincent Redding. R. S. Gettvsbnrg. Straban Township. Edward Redding, R. 9. Gettysburg,' Straban Township, A. J. Smith Farm. H. E. Boyd. Guldens. Pa., Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships- Ilarry S. Trostle. Straban Township- Edward A. Trostle, Straban Township. John Leese. on Nathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gfag. Route 8- Mervin I. Weikert. Highland Township., R. 1, Fairfield- D. F. Ba'tterman. Butler Township. Shultz Bros- D- B- Snvder Farm. Straban Township. Gettysburg; P. O- McDannel Bros., Arendtsville and Franklin Township,. Biglerville, R. 1. S. B. Breams CF. M. Bream's farm) Butler Township^ ' Calvin R- Snvder. Bonneauviile. Pa. tj ' : ' Otis Walter."(Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, Tillie, Franklin Township. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm. Cumberlanct-Tbwnship. £,. F. Strausbaagh. Orrtanna, R. 1- Albert Hollinger. Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, R. 6. Beardorr? Brothers. Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township. E. P. Garrettson, Butler Township. John and Frank Garrettson, Menallen Township. S. H. Black, R. 2, Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. Mrs. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, Route 6. D. S. Reynolds, Straban Township. Gettysburg: Route 9. vv. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R^S. -John Groscost, R. /. Gettysburg, Straban Township. GarSeld Jacobs. R- 13, Gettysburg near Barlow.' Dorsey Deardorff. Highland Township, (Mrs. H. 3- Moyer Farm). Emanuel Plank. Highland Township, Gettysburg Route i E. D. Heiges. Biglerville Borough- John H. Eckert, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R- 8. W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream*tenant) Straban Township, Gog. R. 8- Mervin Black. Biglerviile, Menallen Township. 31rs. Martha Reed, r.ear Arendtsville. Wavbright Rice. Biglerville. Pa. H. S- Cromer. Mt. Jcv Township. R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa- John S. Wolf. Straban Tovsnship. R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa- Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. Bisrlerville, 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 Eicholtz. Freed Farm, Straban Township, R. 12. Gettysburg, Pa- D. W. Stoops, Highland Township. R- 4. Gettysburg, Pa. J. Martin B'ream. Tyrone Township. R. 3, Bisrlervple, Pa- H. K. Hart, R. 6, Gettvsbursr. Pa-. Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz. Mt- Joy Township. Gettysburg, Route 1. J. A. Wetzel. {Mary A. Snvder farm) Franklin Township. J. M. Bushman. (Marv A. "Snvder Farm) Franklin Township. J. W. Tate, Tvroi;e Township." R- 4, New Oxford. J. W. Cook. Mena"eri Township, Flora Dale.'Pa-' A- I- Osborne, R- 2. Bislerville. Allen Barnes. (Cromef Farm) Cumberland. Township, R. 13, Gettysburg 1 . John B. Eiker, Curoberjand Township, R-"l2, Gettysburg, Pa. W. J. Beamer. Straban and Mt- Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg. B. S. C- E. Tawnev. Mt. Pieasar-.t Township," Gettysoirrg, R. 8^ C. W. Toner." (E- A. Grouse Farm) MenaSeir Tjownship, B. R. Idav.He, Pa. J. Elaine Bcshey. Franklin Totrr.snip, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. -Jacob Groscost,"Tyrop.e Township, R: i-, Gettysbcrg, Pa.~ W. T. Howard. Straban Township. -···-----. · Curtin McGlaughlin (John P. Butt Farm) FranMia'T«wnship. ^ James Sanders, (X. H. Musselmaji Farm) Hamiltonban" Township. Howard Breann Straban Township, R. r Gettysburg. Pa- Allen Redding (Robt. S. Bream Farm; Cumberland Township. William J. Eckenrode. Cumberland Township. G. G. Griffin, Straban Township, Route 9. Gettysburg. Denton Hoit (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butler Township. Han-ev Scott, Cumberland Township. Jacob "Bovd, Mt, Joy To^vTlship. R. 13. Gog. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bus'hman. Frar.klin Township, R. o, Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman. Biglerville, Route 2. ' *" E. X. Hoffman, Biglerville, Ro-o te J. 1. Hereter, Highland Township, R. 4. Gettysburg, Pa. Ernest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9. Gettysburg, Pa David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. G. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M. Shindledecker, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 5. II. M. Trostle, Highland Township, Tillie Post Office. D. \. Hnnkey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp.. K. 5. D. C. March, Butler Tovmship, R. 6, Gettjsbtirg Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. . _ . ____ . lt-W IV ·®

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