The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on November 12, 1913 · Page 5
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Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
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Philadelphia Reading Railway EXCURSION ACCOUNT $1.00 GETTYSBURG CHABLES D. HILLES. Republican National Chairman, Who May Be Foresc! -to FEAR MANY DIED IN LAKE STORM PSJCE OFEGGS SOARS Belting a* 55 Cents a Dozen In Phlla- --«ie«phia and $1 Is Predicted. Philadelphia.' Nov. 12.--If you are t rating strictly fresh eggs for breakfast these mornings, it might be just as '*" ~ ^-f^K- vs BUCKNELL FOOT BALL GAME -^ AT 'r- y \ Carrying Grew rf forty, Lost LIBHTSHIP ^LSO WRECKED SATURDAY, NOV'R 15 13 SPECIAL TRAIN @ 1K2. by Araerican Press Associatloa REPOBL1CANS PLAN \ REORGANIZATION! ; A Cozen or Mere Steamers on Great : Lakes Are Ashore and Several Are "issing. Detroit. Mich., X'cv. 12.--It is believed many !iye have teen lost In ilie terrific gales ·»;»!« h have s-.vep'. the Great Lakes since !a=t Sa:aida night. A dozen or more staunch freighters hiive been driven ashore. oa« sieamei ceps;zed and scores 01 e.h«.-r waft have been driven to shelter :n v.-wely scattered harhors. i Probably the worst cisasier is the ·oss of an aaitieatiSe.; s'reishter found bottom up :n I-ake Kurcn, elsht mile? out froni Port Huron. The ship apparently v.-as a GOO-fooi sieel frelshier. There Is no trace ol the crev.-. which nitis: have numbered swell to keep the income tax collector 5 from Retting '.vise to she fact. j With the snowy spheroids now sel:- ins at 53 to Z5 cents a dozen and still headeti toward the clouds, it might niaJjc a difference in his estimation or your wealth. As a matter of fact,' 55 cents is re- gardes! by practically all the dealers as i a veiy temporary halting place. Most of ihem confidently expect that the price vrill be 75 cents a dozen by Christmas and some predict that $1 a will be asked. FROM LV.A.M. i iett ysburg * 8.25 · Goldenviile - S.35i FROM LV.A.M ""'Centre Mills S-52 Bendersville g.56 9.0s Rock S.3S| [Gardners rJiglerville 8-"| JBamstaa* (arrive) ,.... 10.05 Guernsey S.4Sj | fetETURNLNG--Special Train will leave Harrisburg 10.30 P. 5L same date for above stations. Tickets good only on date of excursion on above Special Train in each direction. Children between 5 and 12 yezrs of age half fare. *Pa*sengers From stations marked v.-jthtsar can purchase ticket from conductor. t A Rayo Lamp is one tbiiig- needed for a cheerful and pleasant home. Its soft, white light is the best for your eyes, and Its attractive appearance--solid brass, nickel plated--makes it an ornament in a room. Can be lighted without removing" chimney or shade. Easy to clean and rewick. Simple, durable, economical. For sale at all dealers. I Effective June lo, 1913. !HE WEMS Mip 8:05 A. I. Daily Except Sunday for · Baltimore, Hanover, Tori: and Intermediate Points. 10:3-5 A. M. Daily for Hagerstown. "Wsynesboro, Chambersburg.Han- cock, Cumberland, EUans aac: Paints West 12:55 P- M. for York and Intermediate Points "5:50 P. M. Dailyrfor Baltimore, Hanover, and lntermeSiat» Pft»n«j« 6:58 P- iL Daily except Sunday for B. and H. Division Points ro Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Cha.nbersbarg. Shippens- berg and HancockJ'ittisbizrgb and all points West. Sunday O"!?. 7:13 New Oxford, Hanover, York. Baltimore and vnreirrnechate stations. Sub-Commiiiee Discusses Contention. Representation. "Washington, Xov. ]2. -- Plans for reorganizing the Republican party were discussed here by the law committee of the Republican national commute*.-. Proposals for changing the number of delegates and representation basis In the national convention along lines ! ut. forty, and vessel men expressed the belief that all hands per:sJeJ in iLe \vreck. I: -xzs dilncult to ascertain when the disaster occurred and where it took plice. The overturned vessel probablv drifted several miles. Csptain Plough, in charge of the life: savine station.^ left with his crew IOT tie scene of the wreck. Searching parties were also organized to patrol the sl.ore. Reports indicare a shifting o! cargo may have been responsible for tte accident. Anion? the latest missing boats tc be reported is the J. 51. Je^:s, of the "VT. A. and A. P. Hawjjoofl company, ol Cleveland. She left the Soo Saturday I High Price of Eggs Blamed on Corner. Harrisburg, Pa., Xaf.'. 12--"The speculators and gamblers in esrgs in Pennsylvania can make the price of eggs drop 10 per cent in twenty-four hour; if ihcy will release the millions of doreas of eggs they have in storage in this state, and it would be-the part o: v.-isdosi for them 10 do so," said James FCJ-SI. dairy and food commissioner. "Ninety per cent of the esgs ia storage are April eggs, and the time limit en them is up on Dec. 1. I propose to declare every egg: stored beyond the eight months' limit outlawed. Outlawed erzs cannot be sold. The price of ee^s can be brought dcvre good an-1 hard if they are put oat." FUSION IS SOUGHT TO OUST PENROSE Washington and Democratic Leaders to Gonter. Philadelphia, Xov. 12.--The questioi of fusion v.-uh the Democrats on candi dates for United States senator and in company with four other steamers I scveraor w:H be talked over shortly b\ ' all or which have been heard from. put fonrard by the Progressive ele j ° Ughtship Ko. S2. carrying a crew s's men. stationed in Lake Erie rcent or the party vrere taken up. i Q - Point; Abino. fifteen miles Trest o! The discussion Indicated individual! BuiTalo, is reported lost by incoming opinions that the national committee had noc the power of itself to change vessels. vrrecfeage ol the lightship floated representative Progressives from the eastern section of Pennsylvania. Washington party leaders shrug thoir shouhlers when the feasibility o the propose'! state-ivide-gec-together movenient is broached, and Democratic leaders, up to this time, are non-com the basis of representation, but that it! into BuSalo harbor. The flotsam con-: m:c:;a " could call an intermediare convention I s:=:ed of a boat railing, two or three! ,, Fasion °a a^ successor to Senator dcors. end s-everal life preservers, ali; marked "United Stares L V. 82." A lifeboat Jxam the lightship \va= I found Soa:ing bottom up ofr the Bnf fs.Io Dreair.vster. A broken oarrcos fa.=i in i-s ea-;oc!v. A. heaw overcoat and' bijck in the ' Aay the cabin door of-the vessel we=-e also- Denser-rats and Washington party men r.-sbed aEhcre. The ten-Jer Crocus and are - ef l" aK v desirous of choosing Sena- to make that and other changes. The sub-committee recommendations will be considered by the national committee on Dec. 15. Those present were: Charles B. Warren, Michigan; Representative ilann, Illinois; Roy West, Illinois; James A. Fowler. Tennessee; Sherman Granger. Ohio, and Marshall Bullitt, Kentucky. Senator Jones, of Washington, sent his proxy. James B. Reynolds, secretary of the national committee, was present. GEN. BIDDLE TO RETIRE Head For of Marine Cor^s Applies Voluntary Retirement. Washington. Xov. 12.--After thirty- eight years of service. Major General William P. Biddie. commandant of the Jlarine Corps, hcs anplied for voluntary retirement under the tL:rty years" service law. Major General Binnie hss been the commandant of the ?.Iarine Corn? since Feb. 5, 1911. He would not ha*e been retired for age until Dec. 17. 1317. ilajor General B:di!e commanded the marines on Admiral De~ey"s flagship during the battle cf Xanila Bay. and in the Bo'ver uprising in China he commanded the first regiment of marines during the march from Tien-Tsin to Pekin for the relief of the foreign legations. Ke commanded the marines in the battle of Yang-Tsun and in the fighting ia the vicinity of Pekin. Pcarose and Governor Tener, Demo crats and Progressives concede is z very difficult problem. The United States senatorship is re as the principal stumbling fusion next vear s-V"rai ~-s Save rer-.'rae^ to BaSalc: tcr Penrese's successor. The Demo- Vi-.hoar finding any trace" of -Jae mis! 5 ra " r " ^ art: "- 5s in the saddle at Wasb IIJ2T S--!J? ~ An iiniufvr.tiSed sceaine«- IKS pound IT, 5 OR the rocks off ilaniiou Tsiancl at and can ill afford to lose a sen ato "- B esidcs - Congressman A. Mitchei; * Democratic leader of Penn the Tip o: KetreenW Point. Lake Su j s ' ivania - has h{s e " e oa Senator Pen pericr. and the fate cf her crew could' rO3es place not be learned, despite-heroic efforts of life savers to reach her. Two srea. : r rs are aground at Isle Roys] end Copper-Harbor, Lake Su-; ^ Former State Senator Flinn, of Pittsburgh, according- to report, not asree to Washington-Democratic EXTRA SESSION-'---TENER di-Tato against Deirny O"XeiiI. ! conjraissioner. f Fi ; nn holds the Senator Penrose, J. a Pittsburgh county purse strings, can r?er:Dr. and it is not known if theii| Tic passenger slearaer Huronic is a?hore ia "^"bi'eSsh Bay, J^ake Su pericr. bu- ss resting easi-v. The Ca , np.-Il3n-cv.-nca freighter Acadian with' par:: - ! ^oers with fc-w exceptions, and csptain and crew ^on" boSrd'. lies on a hf " 0islike of Senator Per.rose is a i in?,rc : i for anything in that line that reef off Alrena. Thunder Bay Lake! Huron. A Tcmilnson line vessel, heij Cc ^''" RooseV9lt has scf5rs awas'c. is on the bottom of Gros- · cap Point Lake Superior. Her wns on irard. fighting desperately for their lives. Kzrifi Ape 1 si_vj = V«.rllx^, Kourc Decide: WILSflW The Peraorrauc tariit roiicy is. more than anv one thing, perhaps, the barrier which makes fusion on a Demo- crnt r or United States senator improbable, if not out of the question. on Jjtvisllcd Ornarc.enl; Washington. Xcv. c J2.--A % jewelled" nerk-ace. ~i~:: a co^trn^ sbo'j «i: ES present, zrom tijV»=nfc«s of th e ho-se to 3£ss J^ S irWociro^ Wilson. -,, ._--.*,, " .- f -_ " _-=" .." «.--,.-.e. o. .Uc ^r S ,g , d tp mate a s Clar K is tn Goverrior Refuses to Reconvene Lcc:s-1 lature For Action on Road Loan. | Harrisbnrg. Pa_ Xov. 32.--Xo extra! session of the legislature will be called | chairman, ieia a meetir.z. Repr^seiita as a result of the defeat cf the S50.00O.- ! : * Ti ' v J ar "e3 H- Inanri. of Illinois. Repab- 000 good roads loan. j "?"«n floor jcaaer. wh^ first szic;^es:ee For some days reports have been I "^ et t5l P npusc .cive aiiss Wilson a current that an extra session would be j Prss-ens. was on haad. ^lled. but Governor Tener said that j vVi '- a ^ s ~~ l ? of Mis s Gcnevieve! he had no such intention- | Clerk, daugi'cr of the sneaker, the "There would have been no neces- ccSKsfttee spent several-'-honrs care- ity for an extra session if the loan nad carried, and there is none -ras the governor's statement in gard to the repcrts. F:fteen-Year Term For Slayer, i'ount Holly. X. J.. Xox". 12.--^When BaVer was s--signed before pr^me Court Justice Voorhees tc '^"l ar.sver to an indictment charging him | w : .ih the m;irder cf ins stepfather. ! Hudson Weber, of Bortoc's Landing. I tho r- r -soner withdrew his former plea ; cf mt siiiljy and entered one of non | viiit oontendere. The court sentenced Baker to hard labor in the state prison · for not less Shan fifteen years and not more than thirty years. re- Killed by Threshing Machine. Pocghbeepsie, XT. Y_ Xov. 12--Paiiip vipp. sixty-five years old, a farmer of Corth Dctchess ecan-ty. was mn over i - i ti"'es froig "kettles coi-dirs to ?ir. Mrnn of various ar Ship Had ~oo Few Lifebosts: Fined \TastJ3gt-m. Xov. 12. -- The niaxi misrj fine of $)'0' for proT-diag ins-:: 5c:snt life ssvjng apparatus ^as iia posed 17 Assistant Secretary of Com- killed instantly by a thrashing j scree S^eet -cpcn the owners of the machine driven by his son James. 1 and Straw Voting Now. "What has become of the old-fashioned woman who used to put fresh Btraw under the parlor carpet every spring?--Chicago Daily News. SPAPFRf FOR SALE i Modern nine room house i ' . . ' Heat and all conveniences. j Lot 40x232 ft. Terms i\ suit purchaser. ; J. B. Hamilton Flattering Epitaphs. Charles Lamb, when -a little WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Observations of "United States ·weather bureaus taken at S p. us. yesterday foKcw: Teaip. Weather. Albany 3S Cloudy- Atlantic City 36 Clear. Boston 35 Clear- Buffalo 30 Cloudy. Chicago - 38 Clear. Xew Orleans...I 56 Clear. Xew York 35 Clear. Philadelphia 32 Clear. St. Lonis 42 P. Cloudy. Washington 36 P. Cloudy. The Weather. Fair today and tomorrow; south winds. ste^nsshsp riinf*;vi'le. vrh^ch nlies be- t~cen S-:i3 Juan. Porto R'co. an3 Sp-Ia. He fois^rl ttat She vessel carried 70S passengers and provided life hosts for on5y 7-^2. Burglar Feils Woman; Gets Cash. Tiioant Carmel, Pa.. Xov. 12. -- Rens to a timid knock at the front door, after coming in from church, ·where she is organist. Mrs. John Cez- ha ~as felled by a club in the hands cf £.n tm'kno'ivn man. TThiie the Troman lay unconscious the intruder ransacked the house and escaped ·svita money and jewelry. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA -- FLOUR dull; ·svtr.ter clear. S3.65@S.S5; city miila. fancy. $4.90ffl5.10. RYE FLOUR quiet, at S3.50@3.60 rer barrel. WHEAT Srin; Xo. 2 red. ne?r, 91^ @S2c. CORX steady: Xo. 2 white, SI© Puts Kerosene on Fire; Kilied. Oraftcn. W. Va.. Xov. 12.--Sirs. Joan Patsy \vas kiHoTl aa3 her husbani. a j rich Italian merchant of Berryburg 1 r.e=r here, was fatally injured by aa OATS steady: Xo._2 white, 4giic.: lower grades. 45c_ POTATOES steady; per bushel, 70 @S5c. POULTRY: Live steady; hens. 13@ ! explosion ^rhich ble^v their house t c , , -- r_- -^*.v« i p:eres when Mrs. Patsy attempted tc by ' 41c " western ' · JuadJe a fire \vHh a mixture of kero-j · srae an-i flrm; 13c. BUTTER firm; fancy creamery, 33c. EGGS steady; selected, 44c.; near- "Xxespa,* to All persons are warned not to trespass on the premises - of the v^mmr signed with-dog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game-in any, manner; nor forfishing,orin any way injuring or destroying property. All persons *io. lating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on lands of the undersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of the Act of April 14. ·905. William Allison, Sam.'L Walters farm, Hamiltooban township. John D. Riley, JL 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. Wiseman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. C. J. DeardoriF, Orrtanna, Pa. Charles Wagamsn (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Kime, Butler Township, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. II. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. ML. Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. George E. Harman, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C- Sheaier, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R. 2, Biglerville. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. Samuel liobinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot, Straban Township. D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. Butler Township- Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, R. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D- Brown, Highland Township. R- F. Bidd'e, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J ReiSe, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer. Mt Pleasant Township- Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert EL Major, Straban Township. John W. McIIhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, 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. Joseph A, Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. William Coshun, Straban Township. T D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Elias Wolford, Mt. Pleasant Township. E. L. Smith. Butler Township, Biglerville. ' * J. Edward Lasrver, Butler Township, R. R. No. 2, Biglerville. ·· S. J. Haverstick, M. M- Sponseller farm, Straban Twp., R. S, Gbg. M. E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm, Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott, Cumberland Township. John H. Sponseiier, (McPherson Farm). Cumberland Township- Jacob E. Hoke. Straban Township. Gewsburg, R. 7. H. M. Sneeringer, R. 9, Gettvsburg, near BonscauviHOj Pa. J. D. Moose, Biglerville, Pa. ' G. F. Basehoar, Gett\-sburg. Cumberland and Germanv Townships. Louis Mizeli, Straban Toivnship. Gett' sburg, R. 7. X. J. Shank, Big'erville Route "l. T. F. Roth, Butler Towr.ship, Gettysburg Route 6. C. S. Griest's Sens (C. Arthur Griest. Mgr.) Guernsey. C. A. Heiges and Mrs. K. F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren, Menaiien Townshio. C. H. Rummell or. C. L. Osbornefarm, Menaiien Township. Vim. M. BIgham's Sons. Freedom Township. Wm. M- Big-ham's Sons. Liberrv Townshiol Jacob F. Peters. Tyrone" Townshio. R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. Charles Essick and sisters. Butler Township, R. 5, Gettvsburg." J. C- Coulson. Bt,"iler Tovmship. A. S. Whisler, Mt. Pleasant Township. R. 10. Mrs. Clestia AJ Black. R. 1. BiglerviUe. Pa. George Herring. Highland. Township. W. F. Herbst. Orrtanna R. I. O. B. Sharretts. Cumberland Township. R. 2. Gettysburg, Fa. * G. E. Stallsmith. Straban Tcwnshio. R. 9. Gettysburg, Pa. John Dick. HofFacker Farm. Scraban Township. V/ant Roosevelt In Japan. ToTdo. Xov. 12.--President ; of Harvard universSiy. and Colonei Produce Markets. CHICAGO--HOGS 10?zl5c. higher; bulk of sales, S7 99-38.15: light. S7 65 ·SS.20; mixed, f7.65@S 25: heavy. $7.50 @§.25: rough, 37.50@7.0; pigs, S5.59 7,75. CATTLE mostly l^c. higher: beeves. heodore Hcoseveit will be asked b;. i $6.75@9.SO: Texas steers. S6.50@7.75: the Harvard Club of Japan to come totstockers ad feeders. $5@7.75: cows and ToVn aid ni3l-p ·ddT-o«= r 5 v T-PQ-I., heifer?. S3 25@S.25; calves. S7@ll. JO.,.0 and make addresses. A resjiu gHEEP strong and 10@15c. higUer; , uon to that effect was adopted at the' native, $4.2: 5@5.60: western, $4.30® . 2nr.ijal meeting and dinner of the chib. 5.50; yearlings. $5.40@6.65; lambs, na. tive, $6.10©7.S5; western. $6.15@7.90. boy, walking in a churchyard with his sis- j ter, and reading the epitaphs, said to i all frVio i Nothing New to Him. "Did that palmist tell you the truth. FOR SALE: three fat cows. Apply FOR SALE: five thoroughbred bull - . i ^ , , « , . , « . , , I «« UCC naughty people buried?"--Table Talk.j togham advertisement McCammon.--advertisemenS, Charles Fidler. (W. E. Golden farm"). R- 1, Biglerville, Butler Twp. H. S. Mercz. Hamilton Township, ,(CajgpljelI and Mover Farm.) James L. Bigham. Freedom Townshio," GettysDurg-/Pa.~ -"'' f ~ Levi Crom. Menaiien Townshtp.- Mrs. Andrew Brough. R. 1. Aspers, Menaiien Township. L. H. Meals. Cumberland Township, R. 5. GettvFburg. C. W, Black. (J. Carna Smith Farm) R. 2. Gettysburg, ML Joy Twp. Win. IL Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg- George W. Wolf. R. 3, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township, r-dmund Little, (John Blocher Farm). Cumberland Township. Harris Cook. Menaiien Township. Walter C. Snyder. R. 12. Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Twp., Bayly-Farm Vincent Redding, R. S. Gettysburg, Straban Townshio. Edward Redding. R. 9, Gettysburg. Straban Township, A. J. Smith Farm. H. E. Boyd, Guldens, Pa., Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townshios. '' Harry S. Trostle. Straban Township. * - ; Kdward A. Trostle. Straban Township. -John Leese. on Nathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikert, Highland Township, R. 1. Fairfield. D. F. Batterman. Butler Townshio. Shults Bros. D. B. Snyder Farm/Straban Township, Gettvsburg, P. O. MeDannei Bros., Arendtsville and Franklin TownsmprBiglervule^R. 1. S. B. Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) Butler Township. ' Calvin R. Snvder. Bonneauville, Pa. Otis Walter, (Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, TiUie Frapklin Township. F. B- Twisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm. Cumberland-Township. E. F- Strausbaugh. Orrtanna. R. 1. " * -Albert Hpllinger, Cumberland Townshin, Gettvsburg, R. 6. Deardorrr Brothers, Tiliie. Pa. Franklin Township. E. P. Garrettson. Butler Township. John and Frank Garrettson. Menaiien Township. R. H. Black, R. 2, Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. Mrs. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Route 6. D- S. Reynolds. Straban Township, Gettysburg Route 9. ' W. A. Bigham. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, 5. 3. John Groscost. R. i. Gettysburg. Straban Townshin- Garfield Jacobs. R. IS, Gettysburg near Barlow. " ; Dorsey Deardorif. Highland" Township. (Mrs. H. 3. Mover Farm). Emanuel Plank. Highland Township, "Gettysburg Ronte 4. E. D. Heiges. Bigierville Borough. " John H. Eckert/Straban Townshio, Gettysburg-, R.S. W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream'tenant) Straban Township, Gbg. R 8- Mervin Black. Biglerville. Menaiien Township. Mrs. Martha Reed, near Arendtsville. Wayfaright Rice. Biglerville, Pa. H. S. Cromer. Mt. Joy Township, R. 2. Gettysburg, Pa- John S. Wolf. Straban Township, R. 7, Gettvsbnrg, Pa. Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. Biglerville. Pa.* -J. C. Walter. Butler Township, R. 2, Biglerville, Pa- Robert Witherow. Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Herr, Cumberland Township. R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Eichokz. Freed Farm. Straban Township, R. 12. Gettysburg, Pa. D. W. Stoops, Highland Townshia. R. 4. Gettysburg. Pa, J. Martin Bream, Tvrone To\vnship. R. 3. Biglerviile, Pa. H. H. Hart, R. 6. Gettysburg-. Pa.. Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz, Mt. Joy Townshio, Gettysbnrg/Route 1. J. A. Wetzei. (Mary A. Snyder farm) r raBklin - -Towr.ship. J. M. Bushman. (Mary A. "Snyder Farm) EraakSn Township. J- W. Tate. Tyrone Township. R. 4. New Oxford." j. W. Cook. Menal'en Township, Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osbome, R. 2. BiglervilleL ' " Allen Barnes, (Cromer Farm; Cumberland Township, R, 13, Gettysburg: Chas. E. Schultz, (Gilbert Bucher Farza) EraukJin Township, R. 5, Gbg R. A. Diehl, (Minter Farm) Sutler Township. Siar-Eonte, Biglerville, Pa. John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township, R. 12; Gettysburg. Pa. W. J. Besmer. Straban and Mt. Pleasant TownsfaiBs,~GeUvsha3re, ~R. S. C. E. Tawsey, Mt. PleasantJTownshiB, Gettysburg' R. S. C. W., (E. A. Grouse rarai) Mer.allen TowusMo, R, R. Idavfiie, Pa J. Blaine Bushey. Franklin Township, R, i; Biglervflle, Pa. Jacob Groscost, Tyrone Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. W. T. Howard, Straban Township. Cartin McGIaughlin (John P. Butt Farm) Frauklin Township. Jamos Sanders. (X. H. Musselman Farm) Hamittonban Township. Howard Bream. Straban Towr.ship, R. 9. Gettvsburg. Fa- Allen Redding (Hobt. S. Bream Farm) GuniberIanfTowr,ship. William J. Eckenrode. Cumberland Township. G. G. Griffin. Straban Towr.ship. Route 9, Gettysburg, Dentcn Hoff (Rufus Lawver Farm) Batler Township. Harvey Scott. Cumberland Townshio." Jacob Boyd, Mt. Joy Township. R. 13. Gbsr. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman, Franklin Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. t-.. X. Hoffman. Biglerville, Rouie 2. ·; J. I. Hereter. Highland Township, R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. ' "~" Ernest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettvsburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M. Shindledecker, Cumberland To\vnship, Gettysburg, R. 5. II. M. Trostle, Highland Township, Tiliie Post Office. D. A. Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. a. D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettj sburg Robert 31. Eldon, Aspers.

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