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i'« I tysburg. Public Sale On Thursday, November 20. in Spalding's stables, Get- One carload of fresh cows, springers and sonie Holstein heifers. Some stock bulls and steers, weighing 800 pounds. Howard Spalding POULTNEYBIGELOW. Says We Need Everlasting Drubbing to Create Real Patriotiim. Bigelow Declares in Would Re-! create Heal Patriotism. JAMES H A Z E N Y D E TO WED IIUIIS = = Magazine Readers = = Don't forget to stop at THE BOOK STORE When you want magazines. All the latestaag- azines on hand, special Price to club subscriptions. One of the classiet lines of Writing Papers on the market dont fail to see the line. A large and varied assortment of books, late fiction and popular reprii -.. School supplies of- all kinds. THE BOOK STORE Baltimore, Sfc. Chas E, Swisher, Prop. FALKS OF MEXICAN CRISIS | Traveler and Historian Says Europe Believes Us Money Mad, Insolent arid Half Civilized. Philadelphia, Xov. 14. -- Peuitapy Bigelow, traveler, historian. Journalist I aad friend of the kaiser, who, after a j !oag period of observation abroad, is ! one of the best qualified Americans to I give as the European viewpoint oa j Mexican affair, said in this city i city that intervention should be we5- corned by true Americans as merely another step toward the everlasting drubbing that is essential to recreate a decent spirit aad real patriotism in the United States. = The first thought in European minds. = j Mr. Bigelow said, "would be to question j = why the United States should assume i = to go to TV ar m order to beaeat the civil and industrial condition of hordes of semi-savages and utterly neglect a large part of its own population which is relatively no better otf. The altitude of Europe toward the United States, he said, hasn't changed a whit since 1S76. There they still regard us as a reckless, dangerous giant, blundering with the worst mismanaged government under the sun and likely to stumble into any sort of disastrous mix-up. The hidden powers that have directed the Washington government have Countess Gontaut-Biron, '!· Daughter of John G. Lelshmai. Paris. Nov. 14. -- The engagement ras announced of the Countess JLo'uis 3e Gontaut-Biron. eldest daughter 'of- Jofcn G. Leishman, formerly American iznlxissador to Germany, to James Hazea Hyde. Mr. Hyde was formerly a prominent .nsurance man in New York, but he aas lived in Paris for some years. The redding wiU take place within a few i Countess, Louis de Goataut-Biroa'i- aiaidea name was Martha Leishman Her husband died ia Paris ia Beeem- oer. 1S07. Her* younger sister. Hiss f Xancy Leishman, was marripd to the Duke of Croy oa Oct. 2S, at Geneva ; Switzerland. j Mr. Hyde has made his home in j Paris for some years. In fact he left ;Xev York for the French capital fo ! - »! towics: the disclosures ia the life ;a- jsuraaee Investigations in Xew York, .'ia 19*5. Mr. Hyde, who had gaieed considerable publicity as a cotillon lecder and an exquisite, was brought irua the investigation when the inves- |tigarors brought out that he was re- fceiving 5100.0C-0 a year salary as flrsr j v i e e president of the Equitable Ofe, i wi h virtually no duties to perform. j His. father was Henry 3. Hyde, found) er of the insurance company. . All -persons are warned not to trespass *TM^.^, wgned with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of takiqr pun. uf* -sor forjsbin^or in any way injuring'or destroying property. Ani ^ting the laws of the cSamlonwealth witl^re^trd to^respassingSa laafe * - unaersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of the Act ; of April 14. MAN, 25, KILLS GIRL, 12, AND HIMSELF (IIHUUHIIU "Hfi r i" 1 C-C-OOO^ XH Shell Oysters Large, good flavored Grisfielcl oysters on the half shell. 25 cent a dozen. 15 cent half dozen. Give me a trail. O. KLENFELTER'S CAFE. IS Car!L=!e St. NOTICE Having purchased the well known Key Stone Roller Mills. I am prepared to do a general milling business. Highest cash price paid for grain of all kind. The Patronage of the public is solicited. J. I. Hereter R- -*- Gettysburg, Pa. Maddened fcy Unrequited Love He Planned Crime, SAY CZAREVITCH CAN'T LIVE LONG j Suffers From Rapid Tubercu- sis and is Incurable, Scraaioa, Pa.. Xov. 14.--Maddened by the unrequited !ove of a twelve-} St. Petersburg, Xov. 14.--The czare- yi2r-o!d girl, Michael Martin, tweaty-J vitch, the czar's heir and oaly son, years old, shot and killed Anna, cannot 15be more than six months. Reclcles. a pretty 1-ttle schoolgirl, and Such is the opinion of then killed himself. Martin had been boarding at done everything to instill in European minds the conviction that this is a half-civilized nation, over rich, iaso'eat :a the possession of too much money and dead to the real elements of life and intellectual progress- Mr. Bigelov.- said he wasn't ready to criticise this government for its present attitude in Mexico. President \\~ll- soa. in playing a waiting game, was i foHotriag good historic prei-edtnt. and j doubtless had his reasons. Inrervea-! SSCC3d ficor of he fcome, while a girl tion will be all very nell if we do it ia '· f P CIld " K " as !n tl ~ hall, and ifer mother, a proper way and not as the invasion I sjslers and brothers were on the of Cuba was effected, when all rh° po- j Srouad ficor. the euragei aad disap- Htical scum and rabble of everv con-! P°= n:ed loier ^latched her in one arm ' * " from his red at her Mexico, he said, end the manner in vaich we are involved, is by no means ! i!ersslf . the most serious issue facing Atneri-1 ISC , ""' cans. What -re should do, instead of: ant * Fed s;:rgeons in St. Petersburg, who the bsve ueen called in consultation over Reykles fcoiae for the last year. His at- the boy, now in his tenth year. They teaticas to the girl aroused the suspi- say he suffers from rapid tuberculosis picas of the parents, and they ordered ' of the bones and is incurable, hia^ to leave. j Ot course, ao one dare whisper this Making his r!ans of murder with def in St. Petersburg, but the czar knows liberation aad coolness. Martia car-. his soa is in aa extremely precarious ri?d them i.1:0 effect ia every detail.' conditioa. He cannot walk, and s. mus- 5^ tee sir' into bis room oa the cusar orderly carries him when he appears ia public. Many bath= and special treatments ha~e 'le^ri tried, and every sort of es- pe--, Advice has beea consulted, but the boy's condition has defied the skill of the greatest doctors and specialists." The a-;ony is really very great for the czrr ana his wife, and much sympathy is .eiven them. Shop windows throughout Europe arc. hung with pictures of the czare- vitch, and silently the public awaits the inevitable, they realize that the irasefiy must soon reach its climax. The czarina is quite well again. She har. returned from The sanatorium in Ecmburg. one hour from Frank- T " e _ __ " z i!D one and to protect i=e Srst ballet pierced -'Bother struggle ensued '~- Snaiiy placed the revoK-er der and canag for the welfare of our 1 h " :i -sejf- /'": 0^2. people as the European govern- j Members of the family, hearing the _ __ UI£ . ,,.,, ,,,,,,, IIUIU fi ... uv ments are doing. Then v-e might nake ! shots ' rushed to the room. Martin has f urt . Although Austria is the blood some passable claim to patriotism. "You will see." Mr. Bigelcw said. already breathed his last and the girl v '" as "nconscious. She died one hour BE KIND 3 tKe turkey; you'fl need a sharp axe Thanksgiving-Day. Be kind to yourself and your wife--the boys and the hired man. Get them am engine to do the. heavy chores--afittle surprise they'll ,be thankful for. Come to our store "wfien you come into town to get nuts and cranberries--we'H show you the right Mnd of engine--an Olds. You'll thank us for years if you buy it. We're thankful for chances to show you our line. ] "if you study history, teat all revolu- j JalSt ^-^ the State hospital. tions have started wiuj the abuse and j underpayment of the Jitxie laan. The} English aave found in tic'r colonies i that one sure way to preserve peace is to give the people work ar-5 pay them for it. Revolut'oas, as I paid, be- ] enemy of Russia, yet the whole nation . is stirred with sympathy over this s canpy family and the certain fate of WKQLE'FAKilLY IS POISONED 1 ^ ° nly S ° n " I V/i!I Be Taken to Eaypt. Georgia Man Is Charged With Crime j Cairo. Egypt. Xov. 14. -- Arrange_ to Get $300,000 Estate. 5 meats are being made at Helouaa. for iaarlenurst, Ga» Nov. 14.--Charged t he reception of the Russian imperial . , , - _ gin vrith the abuse of the siaal! man. j "*? P° !Son i n S ^e entire family of his ! crow-, prince, who is shortly to ancJer- and with his exploitation We are all ^ I:c la orcler ^ t she a^ght inherit j go treatment at the famous hot sul- exploitation TTe are all money-mad here. Men are exi)!o!ted nowhere else as they are exploIre-J in this country. For what rasoa? Ga.^ knows. "We don't teow what to do aa estate of $300,000. Patrick TTrsery [ phi;r spriags there. arrested here. j " Soaie t:ne ago TJrsery married the \ DUPONT ROUTS HOLD-UP daughter of John G. Ross, reported to \ the^ insTSe or from the outside, but it will come. 'But doa't ask any intelligent Bu- ropeaa to believe you when you ooast of American ealigarenmeat. They have notaiag but the utmost contetaot for oar politicians ant} oar political s?s teai. They hsirr and mistrust ns as a rule. Intelligent Russians wio hare been amazed beyond speech at cur at tempts to dictate their internal policy hate as. G°raiaas. fifty years ago. considered this the land of liberty, hope, opportunity and idealism. Xow yon caildren became ill aad al- · "U'ilmlnetoa Country Club. Victor Du- ir-ost liea. "UTrsery aad bis' wife were '. poar. Sdr an athlete aaa"~ One of the not i!". f yo-.Tas-er officials of tae Dupont Powder [ Physicians declare'l that tae Ross j company, was held up by a higaway- ' family Lad been poisoned by arsenic ) in tieir f5od. that 213(1 *_ Ir ^^ «='- eloped, it is s bnnsess bad man. who demasdf-a him to "'hancl over^' Ife did. bat what he handed over ae had told ·3 that he i TV " as a punch. The highwayman sooa control the Ross estate. Desth of Lady St.-athcons. T^nuon. Xov. 14.--Lady Strathcona. wife of the high commissioner for the Ccrsiniori of Canada in Great Britain, died here, aged eighty-nine years. She cant find a_Gennan who has a good , e , TS5 be side her husband, one danga- word to say for Air.erica. You dank your energetic capitalists, money inacl generally, who ha- atated a soveraiaeat and a eo'imry 'liat saotrid nave been a. light to lead all tie world." caaie ba-k at him and was compelled to f;e--. J:-. Bijpor.t's nose was treated at the cl:ib. 3rd Car In Plunge. -ToHet. Til.. Nov. 14. -- Running forty miles an hous. Ssnta Fe train Xo. 6. Denver TO Chicago, ran through an was a si Scotchman and her mother was Find Body Guarded by Dog. Barclay. ?a_ XovT 14 --"\V:th ms S aog guarding the body aad g mournuuly, Charles E. Clonn, r, can't find time to come and see ns, ask ns to come and see yon or send you a~free catalog of Olds Engines, We're here to serve give as the chance. g. y ByVWERS. Farm Implements and Gasoline-Engines,'-Biglerville, Pa. Gettysburg Auto Tire Repair Shop 42. W. HIGH STREET- Murdersr on Hunger Strike. Harrisbnrs. Pa.. Nov. 14. -- Pascal ?ali. who was recently convicted ot ·raeriag Heary Slater, of Steel;on. j a young farmer of tbis section, was and who is in the Dauphin ccnaty j fo'ird in a thicket a short distance prison, awaiting sentence, has gone en 5 from his farai. He had died from gan- inmser stride. He has not eaten a j snot wonnds. supposed to have been mouthful s'ncc last Saturday. j Sred accidentally fcy an unkaowa hun- I t er . George S. Laper Dies In Meadville. Meadviile. Pa, Xov. 14.--Georse P. Luper, former insurance co3smjss:oaer of Pennsylvania, died at his aoaie her^ after a Ions: illness. Mr. Luper "eras sixty-two years of age. and prior to his appointment as commissioner in 3 SSI was depnty commissioner. street belo~. no one vras hurt. Tae first ~oach alighted on top of the en- gin' 1 - ?nd r«a!ned its balance. Ofiicials jirononnced it,ihe strangest wreck in the history of thf ro3-3. The train bearily -oadea tvith passengers. Soxing Lessons Cost S270. j Ycrl;. Xov. 14.--Ttro bnndred 1 and seventy dollars for boxfjss: lessens i and a course in physical tra'nlnsr is | the largest item of expense Contained j in the campaign expense seconnt c." i John PHTTOV M'f^hel, mayor-c'ect. ' Dies In Dentist's Chair. Easton. Pa., Xov. 14.--\tr=. J. R-^ni bo. a prominent resident tiled TUBES A "SPECIALTY With modern «:«im equipment. Tarn prepared ro do {rcneral repair work -onte, sections ami retreading.,, If the hole is not- Jonger than thtnb it can fe repaired. Satistaction gnarantccd. , i.. -- TWELVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE FOR-HIRE Comfortable, ReHaM^ and Povrerfni. Try it Tonrs and BattleneiJ trip 3 a « pedajtj Local Phone 117 X C. A.STONER, prop _ in a xientist's rhair tooth treated. It v.hii- hi-.:-? a at fi-Rt rhojszht she- had fainted, but jSsysic'ans foaad her dead. i WEATHER : EVERYWHERE. Observations o* Unit ·weather bareaas taken yesterday follovr: Temp. Albany ... zn .Atlantic City. Boston Buffalo Chicago Xew Orleans. Xew York Philadelphia. . St. Lonis Washington. . Ths TTn!(»ttlofl tf( ... 54 52 4S ... 50 ..I 62 .- 54 56 . .. 66 -- 56 Weather. ed States at S p. m. Weather. Cloody. Clear. Clear. Clondy. Clondy. Cleer. CloHdy. CIoTidy. Clondy. P. Cloudy. today; cloudy tomorrow; light variable winds. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA -- rT.OUU da!l: winter clcn.-. $2 *5"'53.3 85; ci!v nji:is, fanf-r u S4.30 SJ^O. ^·er barrel. I WHEAT firm; Xo. 2 rsd, new. I ®32c- CORN" steady: Xo. 2 whfie. Sl'.ic. OATS *taa«7v: Xo. 2 J p6TATOES" steady; per bushel, 70 j _POULTRY- I/ve stea'y: bens. ISaJ »nn"; choice fowis, ii~T: o'^J roosters. "BT.'TTER slrn-,; fancy f-rcasifry. S5c. Most* of the nrask that Is exported from Tibet is Ijcnjht by a French firm and is used in the innnnfnetiue of per fumerv. FOR SALE: ^ Prodi:ce . roi:-rh, 57 65 $7."9 ?5.50 CATTLK 56.75*;?.$"; . - ; . a;.d U. r.ativr. S4 r3ft :..···* 5.50: ·eai!!57.-. ?." 4 tive, S5.IOS?7.I»r.; -.v vp~',"n. §4 SOS ? C,f.~: lambs, na- it i^ said to require 4.~«.0X'i.O("(l tons , . family mare, nf ;,.,, Jn ., ^ i!(K 0 , 0u .,. )u t)( ,. eel) til , fearless of all road objects. Address C. l f lf o.i and a.inl.-, of tlio peofle of tat- Times office.--advertisement ; United States co«.l. William Allison, SamT. Walters farm, KamHionban toimship John D. Kiley, E. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township." Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. "Wfaeiaan, Cumberland Townshio. ^ 'Frank-ifaisper/iL 1, Gettysburg, Pa." C. J. Deardorf:, Orrtanna, Pa. Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. H. O'Xeal Farm) Highland TowMhip. F. L. Kime, Butler To^vnship, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shack, Straban Township, E. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. fl. Sunn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) S. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt. Joy^Jfmp. Jacob Fronnneyer.'Strabaa Township. George E. Harman, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, B. 2, Get^vsfaurg, Cumberland TowiuMpl ' J. H. Rex, Box 50, R. 2, Biglerville. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Oomberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa, Cumberland Township. J- i-- Toot, Straban Township. D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, B:gler\ille, Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B. Twiniagr, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. 'Edward A- Scott, R. 4, Gettj-sbarg, Freedom Township. J- D.'Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddie, ilt Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettj-sburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. " Leo Froremeyer, Mt- Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert EL Major, Strabaa Township. Joha W. McIIhenay Farm R. ?, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersvffle, Pa- George D. Thomas, Chambersbnrg Pike. Robert Earner, Greenmonnt, Pa. ' ~, .Harry "E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R, 6, Gettysburg. : J William Coshun, Straban Township. " X t D. C. March, Butler Township, R 6, Gettysburg. Elias Wolford, Mt Pleasant Township. E. L. Smith, Butler Township, Biglerville. J. Edward Lawver, Butler Township, R. R. Xo. 2, Biglerville. S. J.-Haverstick, M. "M. Sponselle r f arm, Straban Twp., R.^, Gbg. M. E.'Freed, Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm, Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott, Cumberland Township. John H. Sponselier, (McPhersoa Farm), Cumberlaad TownsMp. -Jacob E. Hoke, Straban Township. Gettvsburg, R. 7. H. M. Saeeringer, R. 9, Gettysburg, near Bonneau\-ille, Pa. J. D. Moose, Biglerville, Pa. G. F. Basehoar, Gettvsburg, Cumberland and Germany Townships, oouis Mizell, Spabar. Townshio, Gett 5 sburg, R. 7. X. J. Shank. Bigierville Route'l. T. F. Roth. Butler Tov/r.ship, Gettysburg Route 6. C. S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Griest. Mgr.) Guernsev. C. A. Heiges and Mrs. PL F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren. Menallen Township. C. H. Rumrae!! oa C. L. 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 fissick and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5. Gettysburg- J. C. Coulson, Butler Township. A. S. V.Tiisler. Mt- Pleasant Township, R. 10. ' , .Mrs. Clestia A. Black, R. 1. Biglerville, Pa- George Herring, Highland Township. _ W. F. Herbst. Orrtanna R. 1. ' - . ' · ' , ' O. B. Sharretts. Cumberland Township. R. 2. Gettvsbarg, Pa. -_ 1 G. E. Stallsmith, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. - . 5i John Dick, Hoffacksr Farm. Straban Township. " , Gilbert Rudisfll, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg Route 1. " J. E. Jacobs. Eugene S- Kellv farm, Cumberland Township. J Clayton Rider. Mt. Joy Township, Gettysburg R. 1, Charles Fidler, (W. E. Golden farm), R. 1. Biglerville, Bntler Twp. ii. S. Jlertz, Haniikoa Township. (Campbell and Moyer Farm') James L. Bigham, Freedom Townshio, Gettvsburg, Pa. Levi Cruni, Menallen Township. " · Mrs. Andrew Brough, R. 1, Asners, Menallen Township, r . H. ?.Tpa!s T Cumberland Township/R. 5, GetU-sburg. ' ' , C. W. Black, (J. Carna Smith Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Mt Joy Twp. \\ m. JtL Johns, Cumberland Township "and Gettvsburg. George W. Wolf. R. S. 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. 8, Gettvsbarg, Straban Township. e . Edward Redding, R. 9, Gettysburg, Straban Township, A. J.; Smith Farm. H. E. Boyd, Guldens. Pa., Straban and Mr. Pleasant Townships. Harry S. Trostie. Srrabaa Township, ^dv/ard A. Trostie. Straban Township. John Leese. on Xathaa Brown farm. Straban. Township, Gbg. Ronte ; 8. ilervin 1. Weikert Highland Township, R. 1, Fairfieldr D- F. Batterman. Butler Township. Shalti Bros. D. B. Snj-der Farm, Straban Township, Gettysburg, P. O. McDannel Bros, Arendtsviile and Franklin Township, BiglerviBe, R. 1. S. B- Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) Butter Township. Calvin R. Snvder, Bonneaaville, Pa. Otis Walter. (Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, Tfflie, Franklin Township. F. B. Twisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. Strausbaugh, Ornanna, R. 1. Albert Hollinger, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 6. Deardortt Brothers. Tillie, Pa. Franklin Township. E. P. Garrettson. Butler Township. , . .: John and Frank Garrettson, ileaallen Township. - ?:^ R. H. Black, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. " "· ,4 Mrs. Daniel Miller. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Roate 6. D. S. Reynolds. Straban Township, Gettysburg Route 9. i W. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, R. 3. : John Groscost, R- i. Gettysburg, Straban Township. Garfield Jacobs, R. 13, Gettvsburg near Barlow. " " Dorsey Deardorft, Highland" Township, (Mrs. H. 3. Moyer Farm). Emanael Plank. Highland Township, "Gettysburg Route 4. E. D. Heiges, Biglerville Borough. Township, Gfag. R 8. Mervin Black. Biglerville. Menallen Township. Mrs. M_artha Reed, near ArendtsviUe. V.'aybright; Rice. Biglerville, Pa. 5 II. S. Cromer, Mt Joy Tov.iisLiu, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa- John S. "P. olf. Straban Townshio. R. 7. Gettvsbarg, Pa. { Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa." -J. C. Walter, Bntler Township. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa. Robert Witherow. Cumberland Township, R- 13, Gettysburg,'Pa- Frank Herr. Cumberland -Tonvnship, R. 13, Geccvsbnrg, Pa. Frank Eichoitz, Freed Farm. Straban Townshin", R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. K. H. Hart. R. 6, Gettysbarsr, Pa., Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz. Mt- Joy Township, Gettysburg,"Route 1. J. A. Wetzel. (Mary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Township. -J. 31. Bcshman, (Marv A- Snvder Farm) Franklin Township. J. W. Tate. Tyrone Township^R- 4. New Oxford. J. W. Cook. Mena!'en Township, Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osborae, R. 2, Biglenillet Allen Barnes, (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township. R. IS, Chas- E. Schnltz, (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township, R. 5, Gbjr R. A. Diehl, (Mir.ter Farm) Butler Township, Star Rente,^Biglerville, tti. John B. Eiker. Cumberland Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. W. .). Beamer, S^aban and Mt. Pleasant Townships, Getirsbnrg 1 , "R. 8. C. E. Tawney. Mt- Pleasant Township, Gettysburg. -R-- 8. C. W. Toner. (E. A. Cronse Farm) Menallen Township, R. R. Idaville, Pa J. Blaine Bushey, Franklin Township, R. 1. Biglerville, Pa, Jacob Groscost, Tyrone Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. W. T. Ko-vard. Straban Township. Cartir. McGlaughlin (John P. Batt Farm) Franklin Township. James Sanders, (X. H. Musselman Farai) Karniitor.baa Township. Howard Brea» r Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. Pa. Allen Redding (Robt. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. William J- Eckenrode, Cumberland Township. G. G. Griffin, Straban Township. Route 9, Gettysburg. Denton Hofr (Rafus Lawver Farm) Butler Township. Harvey Scott. Cumberland Township. Jacob Boyd. Mt. Joy Township. R. IS. Gb.e. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman. Franklin Township, R. 5. "Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman. Bisrlerville. Ro-Jtc 2. ; E. X. Hoffman. Biglerville, Route 2. '·'? J. I. Hereter, Highland Township, R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. * Ernest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9, Getbrsbarg, Pa David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettvsburg, Route 7. 1 W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. , ·· M. Shindledecker. Cumberland Township, Gettvsburg, R. 5. H. M. Trostie. Highland Township. Tillie Post 'Office. D. A. Hankey (Mrs. Jerenilah Bender's farm) Cumberland Tvrp v R. 5. D. C. March. Butler Township, R. 6, Geuj sburg Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. LWSPAPLRl

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