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Big Clean Up Of Coat Suite ::? Every one must go; so we have priced thendower - * V " -t i than eifer. 'If you have not purchased your Coat Suit yet, you can do so at once and at a gre^t Savino-. SAYS BRYAN $8.00 and 12.00 " ISM « $10.00 14.00 18.00 Values : Remember, the very best Suit in the house at $12.98 none h i h e r . 3 llsspifc Lewu Idler. ASTOR'S FIANCEE. Authentic Photograph of MiM Helen Dincmore Huntington. 1 ·\ ·Si Secretary 'of State 'Declares* Tender o Ambassadorship to Russia Was Un -· solicited. Washington, Nov. 13.-- President ,«TiIson'.will ~send to the senate for :on£rmaiion the nomination of Henry : M. Pindell," of !Peoria, II!., to be ambassador to Russia, according to a stale Bient,. issued,, by. Secretary of Siaie Winter weather is here and from present indica tions expects to remain for awhile. Its just the weather for Furs and we have them for you at just the right price. , · Muffs from $1.98 Sets " 4.98 up $12-- Value $7.98. This is the Coat you are looking for. It's a great value fori the money. _As!c tojsee Style 4004, made of striped Zibeline cloth, 1 collars and cuffs trimmed ^vith. velvet, broadcloth and narrow braid, fancy back; Colors, Black; Blue, Brown and Grey. $12 value $.7.98. Other coats §5.00 to $25.00 If it's a Coat for the Child, -we have it. We give "S K" Green Trading Stamps. The Pictorial Review Fashion Book for Winter 1913 now on sale at This ·prospective nomination has -attracted widespread attention because of the publication of an alleged letter from Senator James Hamilton Lewis to Piadel!, in · which' Lewis is quoted as saying:'that PindeH need take the place for only a year,-that he vould-.nbt.be called upon .to transact. any important business, sach; as the making of treaties, and that he could spend practically all his_ time^traveling through Europe. -iJewis disclaimed "the letter to~ the extent o~t^declaring" that be r coii!d find no such ecouniinication in the files of his correspondence "with Pindell. ... "trhe.s-ajnbassadoEshlp .to Russia i« ·vaea^t;"tisaid Secretary. Bryan's statement, "and the ^resident has- for some time been desirous of filling it by an appointment which -would be entirely worthy or the .great dignity and im- ppEtanti»;6f/'tife post. " "Knowing ""Mr. Pindell personally, his character, liis Ability and his ex- j ceptlonal^ntness^for the-duties of such j a; place, he offered ..him the appoint-' " ment. Mr. Pindell'did not seek the. L-. *Ir was' tendered to" him on his part; ·without fcnowiedge or: anticipation on his part that it would-be offered to ·-without any solicitation "THE LADIES' SHOP" 10 Carlisle Street. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. .: "In responseto the offer he simply ^stated that, the^ould.be : gl-id to serve the administration in any. way in which the-president, thought-he could' serve, it. successfully,, but that be did apt : feel that.he could conscientiously' pbjisate.jhimself to serve the .full or- dinarj- term of a foreign diplomat, be- caus.e he; aid not feel that he could 1ea\;e_ his ^business so long. The presi- dent-asfeefi-him to accept it for as long-a-time as he could stay, and he consented." 1 ."-; " r v v . : . " . ; . . . ' · - . · : ; "This is a roll "statement of the m'atl ter, -which-has beeh:'grossly misrepresented. The^l president^-wilt not-allow, malicious : misrepreseiitation. to -inter-, fere -with ihis rigiit?tO;no7nina.te to^e senate the .best dualiSed ^man ·withia his,choice : for--conspicuous and responsible positions." ' . : . : -SecretaryBryan' declined to state iue exact "term-for-which -Pindell has accepted the -ambassadorship, saying that "he did-not 'believe that this point had^been definitely settled. '·""Mr. Pindell will remain abroad as : IoEg as he can withoat endangering his business interests." said Bryan. '1 ·now consider the^ incident is clDsedi-""' 'by :CaniiTai Studio. CATTLE OWNERS TO BE REIMBURSED State to Pay. For. Condemed Animals. ; r. Hartley Did'Not toe Mrs. Anwtt UntiKShe Wat His Wife. Baltimore, Md-i 'NwrriS.-^pDeclarins: that he had »not -seen the' face 'of" his bride until after the ceremony had been performed. Dr. Francis W. Hartley admitted that he was married on Wednesday evening at the Franklin Square Baptist church to Mrs. Marian A; ArneU, of Philadelphia.. "When -Mrs. Arnett arrived-jn this city "she, immediatelytven^^p. the church," said Tr. Hartley?*^^^ was rent me from ^eei,a^-ker face she held it sideways ifrom me until the pastor of the church/had..performed the ceremony and oronouhcedjjus man and wife." T M" " T " Mrs. Hartley admitted that such was the''case .and says that she is now h» All persons are warned not to trespass on the **»Jfith dog'/'gun orjtnEp"for tie purpose of taking »_«.» w . [jiw fmrl4hii)£ffi£in any way, injuring or destroying propwtr^Au" of ~ tte . ine the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespasnhff on lands dl tbe andersigner wOl be dealt with under the provisions c* tne Act of Aorfl lil *90. " "~' -- ' - ' · - ff - f t _ * , EARTHOUAKEKH.LS150 Many Ok In Pecu";Whe«;{H»0ar Plants J : - A _ D^^_J . '-·* : . Soy.; 33.-hi!Eore than ;009 PCKDCS are" homeless -fthd at least 150 ar^dead as th]e|re5uli^r an earth- Quake yiit oecu^r£dj!ast Friday in the " . Big sugariplaits were 'razed by the bocks ajnd.tfie e.iapipyes were crushed o deaths The^tre|nors wrecked all elegraph/ wires^ana the; news of the dieaszor hai^jto^S^jxmi^i to .Lima by curiers. The" government has ordered cod and nurses to. the city -of -Aban- 9 SAVED FROM GAS BY CHILD'S CRIES Infant Wakes Falter Wie Arouses Four Families. n* Kfminft Cot down your lead Get yottf fnrd of the load JN the waking ·ince.die invention of smokden powderis mested lining ·U die dme of the explosioa back 1 it in Remincton ·teel lined shells aetdrotto tae target quicker any other sheik cat down tne gness-woffc ut the center of AnM-Uaira MetallM Cutridf* Go. Mr. Pindell had "an hour's talk with :ths president. Bindell -vras accompanied to the "RThite House by Secretary ·Bryan,, who,'according to the alleged Lewis; letter,^stipulated that Piadeli could .-not Have the ambassadorship ua- Jess. ^he--agreed -.to the arrans;einen s; Pa., Xov 13--Auditor General 1 \\ Powe'1 was advised by Lticrney General John p. Bell that he ould pay ^appropriations of $300.000 or the reimbursement of owners of atae vhen were taken because of -isease, anu ror the suppression of -attle Jd^eases, $50,000 for tne pur- haes o 'o'-estrv reserve lands, $100, 00-for eneo3«-asement of agricultural xl-Ibitions ?S39,0Q"0 fo*- re'aiba^se- j nent cf counties for .expenditures for uses of uie .commission to investi- rn,eihou3 of-recordms, deeds and :ns'jirins 'itler ail *a~the gene r n.l ap- "*fror*r"^3.L on T*I*J ·* Tieraad tor general had questioned -vheiher these 'tems were "ord'nary expenses of fe state government and "iherafore wjnn tre nswer of tlie legislators, cc prc-v ce for .n the geae-al ar/propnatop bil' Tne attoraev sen eral in an exhaustive opinion holds that the* are prope~ expenditures in the.ordinary course o government. IRiED TO DYNAMITE HUSBAND Montrose. Pa, Woman Found Guilty 6n_.2ornb Throwing-Charge." Scranipn. Pa_ Nov. 1-3.--3irs.: Clara Rose, charged tr th attempting -to loll her husbaiid as he was .leaving his 'ViikesBarre, Pa.l SCoy. 13. -- The cries of ah infant in the home of George Hinkley, at -Kingston, saved a!E3teen -persons in four families from asphyxiation by gas. which escaped frcm a broken main in the street. The ^nineteen persons were affected, but only Miss Mary Mason and Miss JOCJE. Burnett are in a serious condition. ' - · . - . Tne families -Of George Hinkley, "^j-i'sm ilason,-David .Sites and Wii- 112.-Q Eikes-Hve'in a foaciouse -block^ \TiiIe the families slept, the main b-t 1 o'and. gas forced its way into the~ boines. Tns intaat in the -HiakTer fainiiy ctioc loudly and awakened the father. He found the house filled '.vlth gas. He used to arouse the other neighbor^ but found them under the inllu- enr BTJI ihe gas. -,.Tro doctors qnickiy came to the coaxes pad after the,:doors and -win- do vs -trere .opened."'kli".responded to treat-nent except ^Oss Mason and Miss Burnett, vr'ao still are in a serious condition. Pindell -is said to hare.submitted to "^nc^presiaent aUttaeJ^coffespoadeace he has. '· had with Senator, Lewis and others ^pertainins to the ."^ocial" am- -bassadqrship to BLussia. ' : No inforniatian-could be obtained as to wheihet such. : - a better, as that attributed to LjLewfs ^TCas contained in this correspondence, :bat the inference from the cautions-stateiuents made af ter Eiadeirs rail ,at the"White House iwas that be, ha3 r n.o record of any such ' hoiae in Morstrose by "throwing dyaa- mite bonits at him. was fp.iiiid"; guilty by the jury in tae Sussiueaanha court ind will be sentenced later.' : ~ Mrs. Hose, it was -..alleged;-; attempt- ad to Mil her husband in Vorder that -,he hsight be" free "to niarrV-- ; another assn, who. it ''« said, had beesi : -a. guest··- at tae-hcnse -be nisht befori^ .the" occurrence. '···*'-·:./-. STEBS IN FRONT OF EXPRESS . " · . - · ' * · " -I " ."" . -·-"""-",' ; .; .Men's .Body Carried by Train From . Camdeii to.- Atlantic City. " ;Can:den^ N. J., TSTov. lS,--Arthur Foster, was cat. to pieces ..under a train in i this city- . " : - · .FosjLer was. forty-flve years old, a laborer, and lived" at 6SS Bulsoin street, Camden. He stepped : Iroin behind an express/bcnnd into Camden at Seventh street directly into the path of an ei- press bpnnd -for Atlantic City. A car inspector -found the torso wedged in the rear track of the last car of the train at Atlantic City. : -Ai^fS TO H1TC9LD SfpRAGE Wculc! Bar interstate- -Shipments of F^cd Held Over ?? in sty; -pays. y . Washington, Nov. IS.-- As : :"a:remedy' or the high cost of livrngl Rearcsenta- ivc- - AIcKeliar. of Tesaessea. " intro- ,Uirc3 a rssc-li!t:-~n lo malca ^urtlawiul ^iy interstate slijpnients btbeef, veal. s«!.ton. lainb. perlc. fisb. poultry, bnt- er. eggs cr olnsrcarishable -foodstuffs iflcr being -kept in cold storage' more hdn Kiceii" cays.' Fines anfl iniprisoa- jaeat are proposed as penalties. CHURCH WOMEN ASK VOTE Equal. Suffrage !s Issue Before New YerkL Protestant Episcopal Churches. ^ ew York. Nov. -13.--Wheiher 'women EJall nave a voice and a vote in church government ,cr coatinae to be governed in matters spiritual by man was a question that came before tbe Prciestaat Episcopal church of the diocese of New York at the opening session cf its annual convention bere. j\il'.ocates of troman suffrage in the cij'irct; succeeded in introducing a resolution to give women equal riglits Triilr man in aeterciTriTiig^cnurch "poF iQ'- An amendment to the state law would have to be passed before -vroraen. .could be given tbe prcposert" franchise, in. the'.opinion, of those framinsr the resoiijtioR. A'ncthcr resolution which _ elicited wide corciner.t 7'as as follows: "Resolved. That no. clergyman Tihc is not 3n American citizen sksli be pcrmi-'teil o accept a rectorship -p tbe state of New York." Scoots Mcth=r \VIih New RsfJs. .Siijjoripr, ^visTM NpV. 13^--TYhIlc he "as_Ebowlns a friend the workings of lis "new r!fie r with which he had jnst ril!eU.a:deer; Roy, HasEias accidentaiiy ·~4ot- and killed .his moiher., ;3frs. Fred ' " An Honestly Built Stove G:r! toTi.-a, Pa,, ?^ov: 13.-- ^ , fifteen . years old. .was sc baiily burned that physicians say sh« cannot live; She was burning leave* when ner clothing caught fire. H.T. That Sells On Merit The Penn Esther .range does not have a lotof fancy cV-| coration that is hard to keep clean--and at the same ^thne jt is excelled by none in .appear ance. It is the most solidly built and best general purpose! ferty, his Trife. daughter and three rool-irnr rano-** «·*» t-nr.«.- rino I Krandchildren were burned to death in cooktngr rano;e *e know. One I v flre which consnnied ^^ home mt thnt \ve can conscientiously j Browning. OTjaraixtee. "In ape*idnF"6r frlcUbnTeia O . J , J jt t . ^ -- _ _ * MARING ; Masked Bandits Rob Canadian Bank. .Seattle, Waslu 3Cov. 13.--Five mask- cd inea robbed tbe Union banlc, of New Hazleton. B, C-. shot the cashier and -escaped with ; $10,000, after a-rine battle with citizens. : ;Sch!nidt:on trial Next,Wesk- YorJe Nov. IS.--Th6: trial of Tans Schmidt for. tie usiirder of Anna \MEuljerL;5arts of whose dliinenibered .iodTi,were fotaid_ui the Hudson river, .Teas set fo French Aviator Kilied. ·_ ,,Tijlacpablay. France. Nov. 13.-- Cap tain de 'Lagard, oas of the most noted Frepch army aviators, ' was killed a; _£he Eerodroaie here as he was landiae after a Sight JD i his^aeroplane. Flames Destroy Home: Six Die. 111., Nov. 13. -- ^ truUi to MmeUaw* itrmnger than frto- fuilding foim-rly occi'ipif-d byJStraw^Lacker Co. Rear of old Reading Fseijiht Depo -' J * . j «-- » ., The motto of some makes of tins mlffht be '11 abort life and a LIWTJ WEATHER EVERYWHERE. ^Observations 6£ IJnited States weatiier bureaus -taken at'3 p. m. yesterday follow: : ; . " - Tesnp. Weather. Albany-..-..... Atlantic City.... Boston... ..... . Chicago..-.....- Orleaas . . . ' York. . . ____ Philadelphia ____ St Louis........ :3S 42 T44 44 60 60 43 40 66 Washington..... 42 P.GIoady. Clear. Clear. Clear Cloudy. Ciearl Clear. Clear. P: Cloudy. Clear. The Weather. Fair today and tomorrow; northwest-winds. Possum Had Roosevelt Button. West .Orange, N..X, Nov.. 23.--A .eel-. ialc-Jd button, on -erhicii was printed "Vote for Theodore Roosevelt for GOT emor." -was found inside an opossnir Tsrhich -sras kiilsd near here bv Henrr Clark. Farmer.Gored by Ma -Tobnstoyrn.. Pa^ Nov. J3. Easn. .of Insleside, fifty rears old. -s-sf perhaps fataSiy s ored b;v a mad bnli Both his Inisss^were penetrated. GEN.pAL MARKETS PJiTLADET-PHIA -- FLO.UR er -clear. $3.65^-3.85;" ciiv mills fancy, |4.90@5.10- RYE FLOUHqnJet. at $3.30@3.S-- per harreJ. WHEAT firm; No. 2 red, new. 9iy, @92c. CORN steady: No. 2 white, FOR SALE: three fat cows. Apply G.:F."Basehoar, 401 Bnford avenue.-- sdvei'dsement " · ' OATS steady; No. 2 -white, 4C^c.; iower erades. "45c. -POTATOES steady; per bushel, 7(, @S3c. . POULTRY: Live stead-: beas. 3355 loc.: old roosters. 11 @l2c. Oresse" 5nn; choice fowls. ISc.; old roostera 13c. · · ' ' . K "" ; ' : BUTTER firm; fancy creamery, 35c. EGGS steady; selected, 44c.: nearby, -lie.; ·western, 41c. -; -Produce Markets. CHICAGO--HOGS 10@15c. -hfe'aef; bulk of sales. S7.90/S-S.15: ligbtJ S7.C5 8.20; mixed, $7.65@8.25: heavy, $7.^0 S.25r rough, $7.50@7.70;, pigs, $5.53 f CATTLE mostly lOc. higher; beeves, :$6.75.@9;SO: T«xag steers. $6.60.@7.75; · stockers ad feeders. .S5@7.75: cows^and heifers. 33.25^)8.2=: calves.' $7011! ·' ! 'SHEEP stronsr'and 10@lS«£-»igljer; native, i*.25®5.50: western; |4-30.@ 5.50; yearliags. $5-.40@6.65;-lambs, ha- lire, $6.1007.95; western.;I^.S®?.^ Marseilles plans .to. spend more than and replace tbem ways. modern nlgh- William Allison, SamT, Walters, farm, __.,, John D. RU«y,-K. 12,-Gettysburg, Pa-'Cumberiaaj Township: _ Mrs. J. E. Hvches, Cumberland Township. * - - D. B- Wineman;'Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper^BL I, Gettysburg, Pa^ . ' - - ,? . C. J . Deardorff, Orrtanna^Pa. ' . . * " " " ' ^ Charles Wagiman (Dr.~WrH. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township ' F. L. Kime, Butler Township, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, El 1, Gettysborg,Ta. J. H.'Kuhn -(J. F. Kuhn Farm) ; E. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt loy Twp, Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. " "" George E. Harmafi, K. 6, Gettysborg, Pa. Bctler-Towatip. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. " Mrs. 3Iary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Camberiind Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, H. 2, Biglerville. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori^, Cumberland Township. : -SaniBel Kobinson, K. i;.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. Scdtt,-E-4,-Getty'sburg, freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddle, Mt Pleasant Township, R. S, Gettysburg. D. J Refle, R. 12, Gertj-sburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, Mt Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K. Major, Straban Township. " " John W.JtfcIlhenny Farm R 7- Gettysburg, Straban Township. Chajles^JRebert, Seven Stars, Pa. "--"""" G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa._ George D. Thomas, Chambersbnrg Pike. Robert Harner, Greenmdunt, Pa. ' - ' . . " Harry E. Shriver,_Butlef s Township, R. 6, Gettysburg- ; · Joseph A. Albert, ^Butler. Township, R. 6, .Gettysburg. William Coshun, Strabajn -Township. *'· "' " ' 'D.lC.'Marih, JButiersTownship, E. 6,"Gettysburg. Elias Wolf ord, Mt Pleasant Town ship. E. L. Smith, Butler Township, Big lervflle. - J-Edward liawver, BuUer Townsh ip, R. R. No. 2, Biglerville. S.-J. ^Hax-erstickj ,M.Ml SponselleLr farm, Straban Twp., R. 8, Gbg. M. E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm, Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott, Cumberland Townsb ip. John H. Sponseller. (MePherson Farm), Cumberland Township. Jacob E. Hoke, Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. ?%^'4 Sn * eringe ^' R - 9 * Gettysburg, near JBonneauville, Pa/ J.D. Moose. Bigler\iUe, Pa. G. F. Basehoar, Gettysburg, Cumberland and Germanv Townships. Louis Mizell, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Rl 7. N.J. Shank, Biglervflle Route "l.. " T. F. Roth, Butler TownsMb. Gettysburg Route 6. C. S. Griesfs Sons (C. Arthur Griest, Mgr.) Guernsev. C. -A. Heiges and airs. H. F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C^ Warren, Menallen Township. C. H." Ruinmell oh C. X. Osborne farm,'Menallen Township. ; Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Liberty Township. Jacob F. Peters, Tyrone Township, R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. Charles Essick'"andsisters Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburff J. C. Coulson, Butler Township.- A. S. Whister.Mt.-Pleasant-Township, R..10. Mrs. Clestia A.. Black, R. 1, Bigierciiie, Fa. George Herring, Highland Township. W. F. Herbst, Orrtanna R. 1. Q. B. Sharretts, CumberlandTownship, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. . G-. E. SteUsmith^ Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. John-Dicfc^Hoffacker'Farm, Straban Township. Gilbert Rudisill, CumberlandTownship, Gettysburg Route1. = J. E. Jacobs, Eugene S. Eellv farm, Cumberland Tbwnsbip. J.-Clayton Rider, Mt. Joy Township, Gettysburg IL 1, : Charles Fidler, (W. E. Golden farni) R.-l^Biglefville, Butler Twp. H. S. Mertz, Hamilton Township, (Gampb'en and~Moyer Farm:) James -I*. Bigham, Freedom:^Township;eG^ttysbni^, Pa. "· Levi Crum, Menallen TownsWp. " ' T ? - : . " ' . Mrs. Andrew;Brough, R. l,:Aspers, Menalien-Township;; - - L-H. Meals, Cumberland Townshin, R. 5, "GettyspSrg; " " - - " · ' ' C. W. Black, (J. Carna Smith Farm) R. 2, Gettysborg^rirt Joy Twp. AVm. H. Johns, Cumberland Township ahd ; Gettysburg;·": " · Qeorge W. Wolf, R..3, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Edmund Little, (John Blocher. Farni), r GumberIand::T6wnshipi-v;··''·'· Harris Cook. Menallen Township. ··· V _ : '-:. " " :i " : Walter C. Snyder, R. 12, Gettysburg. Pa., Cumberland -Twp., Bayly Farm Vincent Redding, R. 8, Gettvsburg, Straban To\^sTiijpi;""----v- Edward Redding, R. 9, Gettysburg, Straban Township;:^.'!:-Smith Farrik H. E. Boyd, Guldens, Pa., Straban and Mt^ : Pleasaat Townsnips Harry S. Trost3e,_ Straban Township. ""·;·'? " J"'^ Edward A. Trostle. Straban Township. . . ' ' r - ·~._ : ·-, . " ". .John Leese, on Nathan Brown farm. Straban Township;Gbg. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikert, Highland Township, R. 1, Fairneld. · D. F. BaUerman, Batler ToTvnsbip. . . . : Shultz Bros. D.B:"Snyder Farm^.Straban Township, Gettysburg, P. 6; ...McCannel^ros-^Arendtsville and Franklin Township, BielerviBe, R 1. S. B. Bream (F. 31. Bream's farm) Butler Township. Calvin R. Snvder, Bonneauville, Pa. . Otis Walter, (Conrad'Walter "Farm) R. 1, Tillie, Franklin Township. F- B. Twisden^ Gettysburg-Poultry Farm,, Cumberland Township. E.F. Strausbaugn. Orrtanna, H. 1 . - - - . - * · Albert Hollinger, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 6 Deardorff Brothers, Tillie, Pa. Franklin TewnstiipV E. P. Garrettson". Butler TownshiD. John and Frank Garrettspn, Menallen Tawnsh^. ' 1 K.JJ. Black, R. 2. Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. . Mrs. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, Route 6. D. S. Reynolds, 'Straban Township. Gettvsburg Route 9. W-:A_ Bighaai. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg. R. 3. John Groscost, R. i, Getfysbur^, Straban Township. Garfield Jacobs. R. 13, Gettvsburg near Barlow. Bersey Deardorff, Highland" Township. (Mrs. H. Z-, Moyer Farm) imanuel Plank. Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. :£LD. Heiges."Biclerville BorougTi. · - " . ' " · ; JohnH. Eckert, "Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. S. W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Sixaban Township, Gbg. R. Mervin Black, Bi^lerville, Menallen Township. Mrs. Martha Reed, near.Arendtsville. Waybright Rice, Biglerville, Pa.. H. S. Cromer, Mt Joy Township, R, 2, Gettvsburg. Pa. John S.-Wolf, Straban Townshio. R. 7, Gettysburg" Pa. Clarence Hoffman, R. R. 2, Biglerviile, Pa. J- C. Walter. Butler Township. R. 2, Biglerville, Pa. Robert Witherow, Cumberland Township. R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa- Frank Herr, Cumberland To.wnship, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Eicholtz, Freed Farm, Strabaa Township* R. 12, Gettvsbars, Pa. D. W. Stoops, Highland To.wnship, S, 4, Gettysburg, Pa. J. Martin Bream. Tyrone Township. R. 3. Biglerville, Pa, ' H. H. Hart, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa., Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz, Iklt Joy TownshiD, Gettysburg, Route 1 * J. A. Welzel, (Mary A. Snyder farm). Franklin Township. ·J- *[· S Eshl ^ n ' tMary A. Snyder Farm) Franklin Township. J. W. Tate. Tyrone Towiasalp, R, 4, New. Oxford. J.-W. Cook, Menallen Township, Flora TJale,?Pa. A. I. Osborne, S. 2, Biglerville. ' Allen Barnes, (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Townsrao. R. 13, Gettr Chas. E.-SchaItz, (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township R. 5 Jv^-P 1 ^ 1 ,' ^ M j nter Far n») Butler Township, Star Route, Bigl«rvii John ±J. tifcer, Cumberland^ Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. W. J- Beamer, Straban-and Mt Pleasant Townshins, Gettysburg, 1L Si C- E. Tavvney, 3It Pleasant Townshr0,-Gettysbnf^ R. 8 $%-?^^~^£^^}J^F*«TM^ 5- ^ HaviI!e,-Pa W. T. Hovfard," Straban Toxvrishlp! Curtin McGiaughlin (John P. Batfc Farm) Franklin Township. James Sanders, (N. H. Musselman Farm) Hamiitonban Township. Howara Bream, Straban Township, R. 9. Gettysbiirff. 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 Township. Harvey Scott Cumberland Township. " 'J a «*» Boyd,-Mt Joy Township, R. 13. Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman, Franklin Townsbip, R. 5, Gettysburjr 'D.-M. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. E. N-jtloffman. Biglerville, Rotite 21 J. I. Hereter, Highland Township, R. 4, Gettysbur.tr, Pa. ; ErnesrManahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa Damd G. Ixtt Straban Township, Gettysburg. Route 7. «* Si:-^'? 1 ^'^' S^oan Townsh'ip, R. 9, Gettysburg. ,,· m · d s eck S Cumberland Township, Gettvaburg, S*'5 . - . . , · IT. M. Trostle, Highland ToAvnsbip, Tillie Post C^ef D. A. Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp. R. 5. D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg ' "*" - · Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. H'*,^ ~-,qr ,, '',..']..,,.r~ '.;. lEWSPAPERI lEWSPAPERl

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