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S PublicSale On Thursday, November 20. At Willian Spalding's stables, Get- O tysburg. One carload of fresh cows, 9 springers and some .Holstein heifers. Some stock bulls and steers, weigh- ing 800 pounds. KING Will Abdicate FERDINAND TO QUIT Throne In I I Howard Spalding The Gettysburg Ice and Storage Co. Will give a demonstration of their products on Wednesday, November 19th from 2 to 4 p. m. V/e want to show you how we manufacture our Ice, and Ice Cream and Sanitary Milk Process When the pure food inspectors were here this past summer our products stood the test when others failed. Join the crowd on Wednesday and sample products. our i Gettysburg Ice and Storage Co. Ice, Ice Cream and Milk Of Interest to the Gentleman Our Nofade !"Remington" Feuicy Shirts do not fade out from worKing or perspiration. If they do, return to us and get a new shirt without charge. 40.,Dozen New Styles just in for Holiday shoppers,,to select from. This is the greatest Value for $1.00 on the market. Dougherty andHart!ey Gettysburg, Pa, i J Bulgarian Favor of Crovyn^Prince. Bertjn, Xov. IS.--KiSg Ferdinand of « Bulgaria, who arrived in Cobarg, is I " passing through such a crisis, accord- j ing to well informed circles in Coburg s _ end Berlin thai his abdication of the j '' chrcae in favor of his son is possible j [and even probable. The king is re(siding incognito at the palace in Co{burg. * Austrian statesmen are doing their I utmost ;o discourage his proposed sar- j render of tlie throne, because they J consider that the young Crov.ii Prince J Boris is likely to be influenced by the {elemenr friendly to Russia. | King Ferdinand at the same time is a receiving little encouragement in Ger' many. 2mperor William and the German government have expressed themselves openly as friendly to Greece. It is understood that when King Ferdinand expressed a desire u* come to Berlin hp was Rives an iatiSiation taaz sath a visit would be useless. Ferdinand is the youngest son of ifce late Prince Augustus of Saxe-Coburg Gotaa. asd was elected prince of Bulgaria on Ju!y 7. 1SS7. He declared himself king in 19f=S and was recognized by the powers. REV. DR. SYLVESTER BEACH Princeton -N. J.) Minister Who Performs White Kcuse Wedding. HISSING GiHL OF 7 WITH YOUTH Were Discovered in Fliiladelpliia [edging House, Nov. is.--Found :n a room in a lodging house at 337 Xorth Twelfth street Louis Thomas Ezn- moiis. known also as Louis Donvelie, Eiseteen years old, of Toronto, Can., but recently ci" Washington, arxl Harriet Grant, seven years old, of Washington, were taken in charge by Barry and Clarke, special policemen. The little girl is the daughter of Frank P. Grant, of -JO C street, Xorth- ·wesc, Washington. Trho befriended Emmons when he was wuUout I'ood or su-ncient clothing. Emasons entered the Grant -jonie on July 17. At that lime he told llrs. Grant, v/ho also Is a Canadian, a tale about his mother, father, sister and brothers dying and ·eavins him alone in the "world ·with- out any means of a liveliaood- Since that time he has been clochec and fed by Mr. Grant and has not done any ~ork. Tae charge against Enrmons -eras facis? a fugitive from the District of Ccl"rabia_ The charges at Washington are abduction, larceny and a. statutory olTense. 7 22 prisoner was arraigned before Magistrate Eiseabrown and turned over to the Washington atrtJioritles- Later iie was nianacled to Sergeant G. i;. Bariingame. a Washington de- teciive. and taken before United Sta~.es Commissioner Edmunds in the federal building. Ee -was then held nncer §2000 bail to await the preparation of removal papers. Daring the hearing- E^maons appeared uneasy. The little girl watched *he proceedings as she would a pa- race and the excitement seemed to please her. She said she v^as glad she =iras going to have another craia ride. i-ltilQ Harriet was taken back to her hone in Wash:ng:on by Sergeant Suriinsame. Her mother, Mrs. Grant, is in a serious condition as the result of the abdTicricn of her child. The r^uth and the girl had been njissing since Friday, and the police of every eastern city had been on. the lookout for them. FINISH CURRENCY DRAFTSTHUBSDAY · Bolfi Wings of Senate Com-) Agree to Report IS SUGGESTED] -- 1 i Adjournment of Congress Over Tnar.ksgtving Js Talked of, Bat Nc Action Will Be Taken Without Con sent of President. V.'ashsagtoa, Xor. is. -- A deSnii«| agreement by both the administration- and the aisii-aiiniinistratioa wings ol the senate banking and currency com mictee to complete their drafts of the curreacy bill, and submit theaa to the seaate t' Thursday, was followed bv .eencra- talk at the eapiio! 01 an ad jouimsent over Thanksgiving. laforaial discussion of the possibi! iiy cf adjosirnnient on bo:h sides ol ihe capito!, however, failed 10 take any de-in : te shape. Xo adjournment wii' be tal:oa without the consent of the president, and he has not made knowc his vizirs. In the senate it was believed that the president might agre to a brief recess, although it has been known that he desired to have con gress ia session in ths event of ereer gen;!es raising in the Mexican situa tics. Saturday, Monday and Tuesday have fceen suggested as possible dates for adjournment, in conferences of the house and senate leaders. Majoritj Leader Unaerwoo;!, due to return from Altoona. Pa.. Xov. IS.-- Alleging that i his senator i a i campaign in Alabama ghouls robbed the grave of his son' ca Thursday . is expected to take ur. 1S12. by Americas Preis Association. HSNTS STOLEN BY GHOULS! Thinks Medical School Has fcofpse ot Serpent's VicHm, ^ ouest j oa wkh president AVilson. .. iags o( the se na:e commit and seat the body to a medical school 5 at Baltimore, August KuMemaa, o f j _ Pavia, Bedford county, left Altoonaf te ^ ccWnue^ work on "their bills. The fcr Baltimore to try to recover taej six -idroinistraiicn Democrats reopen corpse. . | e( j j^e;-. aeliberations to consider the The son. eighteen years old, waSj advisability of altering the provision bitten Isj a serpent last summer. His in r h p ra 2 e 5 .Ov.-en bill for shiltins the mind was a blank for a time and then ais head grew to twice its normal size. Fiaaily he lost his reason, and "o Treeks ago he diet!. Doctors want- "UNCLE HENRY" DAVIS IS 90 Forrr.er Candidate For Vice President Spends Day Quietly. Wheeling. TV. Va.. Xov. IS.--Henry Gassaway Davis, known throughout the south as "Uncle Henry," was swamped -srita letters and telegrams of congratulation on his ninetieth birihday__anni-ersary, "Uncle Henry," who "'was the Democratic nominee for vice president in 1S04. celebrated the anniversary very quietly- He "Is active and energetic. Mr. Davis began his career as a railroad brakeasan and is now the wealthiest raan in "Wesr Virginia, In 1871 he was elected to the United States senate ami served mro tenns. ed :o examine the a rain, but Kuhlemar: refused to permit it. ia t ae Gias-Ov.-en bill for shifting the reserves of the country from the present depositories to the new regional reserve banks. It has been suggested tha; the provision might make toe grent a demand on the banking resources of the country ,result in the Ween he went to place flowers o n j call-as of loans and consequent sain ie grave he found the body had been stolen, and the shipment of a big Box to Baltimore gave him a clew. TO CONTEST ELECTION Defeated andidate Seeks to Oust South Bethlehem's Newly Elected Mayor. Scu;h nfHb'hem. Pa.. Xov. is. -Steps are being taken to contest the e.ec:ion of Dr. Iit:cheii Waiter, who was chosen mayor of the new city of South Bethlehem over H. A. R. Dle-T;C"I. by twenry-cne votes on Xov. 4. James T. Woodriag. attorney for K. ; jency. The Democrats reached no definite agreement, but Chairman Owen agree 1 to tabulate the figures avail able on the subject and present thani to the commietee. S^n^^or Hitchcock and the Republicans continued to -srite their draft of the bill. They increased the gold re serve to be iield against the new currency to -5 per cent, and provided thai when the reserve fell below that point it she-Id be taxed on a. graduated scale down to the minimum of 35 pel cent. The horse! refunding section was en- A. R. Dietrich, presented s. petition to tirciy changed. As amended it would tae court at Easton to contest ihe election. The petition bears the r. of thirty local voters, who allege, among other things, that votes were counted for both men when they pro vine that each regional bank should each year invest 50 per cent of its available capital in the - pet cent fcccds at par, which are the basis of tre pressnt bank notes. The re shoa'd ncz cave been counted: that giona! banks wosld then be allowed tc people voted who were not registered, aao that others voted wac failed to pay their rases. There also v. ill be a contest to establish the legality of the election on Dec. I, when the officers elected take their seats. The contest will be b~o;isht. by councilraen whose terms ol cfSce have not expired. ·Temperance -" Fund $2,555,425. New York. Xor. IS.--Contributions to the-Si.COO.000 ftind being raised for the Young Men's and Yonng "Women's Christian associations amounted to 5171,281. bringing the grand total up to S2.555.426. GENERAL, MARKETS PHILADELPHIA-- FLOUR steady; winter clear. S3.65@3.85; city mills, , . . . RTE FtXDTJR quiet, at -?3.50@3.60 per barrel. WHEAT cuiet; Xo. 2 red. new, For s; costs that it£ve become c!:r.iy. :· is iC".r.;: by tr^ci^g them in i tee folio--»":ss scanner rnalrcs thera! good zf nr.v: Get a ur-s^n. fill it with uo" : .ig -ivatrr and c l - ttle washing sora, il.':i ?ut the sponge-into-thia aiscl i^ivc ii fcr several hours Wiien tlil? is ?'n:sh-d, rir.se in plain hot wa- '.cr, sftern-ards rinsing in cold. Leave Uia sp.~T?gf- i- ft -."- nld 7.-£.trr until yoa crc rc..iv ., .jj. u a^'-i-i- firm; Xo. 2 yellow, S2% OATS steady: No. 2 white, 47c.: lower grades. 45c. POTATOES steady; per bushel, 70 @S5c. POULTRT: Live steady; heps, 13@ 15c.: old roosters, ll@12c.; turkeys, lS@20c. Dressed firm; choice fowls. iSc.: old roosters, ISc.; turkeysi 23 240. _ BUTTER firm; fancv creamery, 37c, EGGS steady: selected, 43c.; nearby, 40c,; western. 40c_ Live Stock Prices. CHICAGO-- HOGS weak: bnlk of jales. ?7.60@7.90; light, ?7-40@7.90; mixed, S7.40@S: heavy. S7.30@8; is tno Advantage. rough. S7.30@7.45; pigs, $5@7.10. is mightier than tae CATTLE lower-beeves, $6.65p -- ~" APPO!NTEDJL_S. SENATOR Frank P. Giass Named to Fill Out Jornstcn's Term. Ei-mingharn. Ala., Nov. IS.--Frank F. Glass, editor of the Birmigham Xe~s. and nrosi'ient of ihe r5cntgom- erv Advertiser, -n-as anr?o r.te'l United Sl^^es ser.2-or iry Governor O'Xeil tc snc'ffd ihe i~te Senator -Jcsepn l r - -Tohss:on. excbange ihe - per cent bonds for Z per cent one-year government notes agreeing to renew the notes for twealj years. These notes woald be available for s :so in foreign markets to obtain gold tf rnain-a:n the reserve. The Republicans also made numerous an;en r lnseats correctiug what they regarded as discrepancies in the bill an'! making ine later sections conform to amendments already adopted. Poisoned by 5ce Cream: Dies. Philadelphia, Xov. is--Lena Sivanss. eight years «!·!. of 1^5 Greene ?trost. one of a auns'jcr of children ~ho ~cre taken ili sc\ crsi ^esics ago after eat- TYPHOID IN COATESV1LLE Hss Sixteen Cases and Town Asks State Aid. Coatesvlllc. Pa.. Nov. IS.--The pre valence cf typhoid fever in this vicinity is becoming alarming- There are now sixteen cases in town and the disease is claiming new victims daily. Eating raw mushrooms from a field near a plsi«.e waeer sewage was deposited was the cause of the family of Frank V. Pratt, of Sciousca. becom ing ili of typhoid fever, physicians declare. ?.Ir. Pratt, his wife, child and an ea - j emplo;- e are now convalescing, ing ice crer.m "sandwiches." sold to ^he state was asked to assist i: them by ?. street vender, die-5 hi the Meniro-Chinsr^va! hospital. Ptomaine poisoning caused death. Prcbe For Cigar Stores. ^Tashington. Xov. is. -don of the United Cigar Stores Company by the hor c e judiciary committee "vas asked by Representative Reilly. of Coni'-ticut, in a resolution. He seeks information as to whether the roispany dees business ia viola tloa ci the sitti-t-ust law. in the investigation and an officer from the state health department will arrive to work with the Coatesville board o' health. Tvhich thinks that the cause of ihe continued outbreak is due to milk fro^s dairies in a most unsanitary con- dfticn. The board of health has advanced the :heory that the deposits contaminated the water supply on fanns- Samples of all miik sold ia Coatesville wili be tested at once. WEATHES EVERYWHERE. Observations DI United States weather bureaus taken at S i. «n. yeslerday fc ,aul lie r , a d a d e philoso- ' I dcu't naite «ee how the adage carrc-r.t conditions," com- m?-r. witli a practical mind. ,--obrii'y refers to the fact tnat · -· -«r,; as now worn is entirely - .- , ,vh::? .1 fountain pen can ex- · . j-i a way that will ruin a §45 suit '·r'ics :r. ftvo seccnds."--\c-«sa ; Texas steers, and feeders. *^S^5- * COy ^ 6.50@7.60; .S0@7.50; and heifers,-?3^068.10; calves, |6.50 @ 10.75. SHEEP lower; natives, S3.75@4.75; rearlinss, $5@5.7o; lambs, native, |5.50@7. WANTED: a man of .good habits for tenant on farm. Good location near town. Apply by letter to F. Times Office.--advertisement ' A ^ A u J \ Aibaay 3S ' Atlantic City 42 Boston 42 ·Br.ffalo 44 Chicago 54 -Xew Or!c?ns 40 Xew Ycri: 42 Pjlladelnhia St. Lo-Ji? Temp. Weather. Cloudy. C;ear. Clear. Clear. Cloudy. Clear. Clear. Ciear. P. Clo-:dy. Clear. 68 54 44 The Weather. F-iir t.'Jtiiy: unsettled tomor- rov.; south winds. Ka:ser Forbids Tango. ' Berlin. Xov. 13.--Emperor William ha= forbidden -German army and navy officers vrhiir- ia uniform to dance the Jango. one step and two-step, according -·- the Salon. Kis majesty has in- stnstlcd officer- not to visit families v. neer tnes^ dances are favored, and an actress of ihe Royal theater was advice.! by the imperial director of theaters rc: to participate ia a taago FOR SALE: good family mare, fearless of all road objects. Address C. Times office.--advertisement Year !n Jaii For SteaJirsg Two Eggs. Hnntinqtin. W. Va.. Xov. ]S. -Chari^ Tnsinel TO«st spend a year in prison fcr having stolen two eggs wh : "» he was working in a meat market. It was his second offense. Girl's Back Broken In Auto Accident. Pittsburgh. Pa.. Xov. IS.--Miss Gertrude T.ipphart. of Atlantic City, is dying in a hospital l.cre. the result of nn a'Jtomobil" icfid^nt in a suburb, when fcer hack was broken. FOR sale or rent: house 154 East Middle sU-eet. Possession at once. Apply on premises.--advertisement , . All peirsons are warned not to trespass on the preSusljf ~of the ed with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking: game in -3 j or forfishing,oria any way injuring or destroying ri"'pr iff 'Ml Mrii-rti nting the laws cf the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on land* W ihe undersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of the'Aet of April 14. * jQ5* William Allison, SamT. Walters farm, Hamiltonban township John D. Poiey, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township- Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. Wineman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. ^ C. J. Deardorff, Orrtanna, Pa. "· Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. K. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Kime, Butler Township, BiglerviHe, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. George R Harman, P_ 6, Gett\-sburg, Pa. Sutler Township. Ueorge C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikerr, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R. 2, Bigien-me. Mrs. Matilda L. Ccdori,. Cumberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot, Straban Township. D. L--3acobs, R. 1, BigierriHe, Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, R. 4. Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D.-Brown, High'apd Township. R. F. Biddle, Mt Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, ME. Pleasant Towiisbin. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dem Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K. Major, Strabsa Township. John W. Mcllhenny Farm K. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eidon, Bendersville, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersbarg Pike- Robert Earner, Greenmount, Pa. Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. William CosauH, Strsban Township. Jaremsah Weaver, R. S, Gettysburg. Pa. D. C. March, Butler Township, R 6, Gettysburg. I Elias Wolford, Mt Pleasant Township. J E. L. Smith, Butler Township, Biglerville. ; * J. Edward Lawver, Butler Township, R. R. No. 2, BiglerxTlle. S. J. Haverstick, M. 51. Sponseller farm, Straban Twp., R. 8, Gbg. M. E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Bieseckerfarm, Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott, Cumberland Township. John H. Sponsellsr. fMcPhersoa Farm), Cumberland Township. Jacob E. Hoke, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 7. 11. M. Sneeringer, R. 9, Ge'ttvsbiirg, near Bonneauville, Pa. = J. D. Moose, Biglen-ille, Pa. t G. F.-Basehoar, Gettysburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. : Louis Mizell. Straban Township, Gett: sfanrg. R- 7. N. J. Shank. BiglerviHe Route 1. T. F. Roth, Butler Tovoiship, Gettysburg Route 6. C:. S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Griest. Mgr.) Guernsev. ": C. A. Heiges and Mrs. H. F. Heiges. Franklin Township II. C- Warren. Menallen Township. C. H. Rummell en C. L. Osbome'farm, Menallen Township. Wra. M. Bigham's Sons, Freedom Township. \ V.'nr. M. Bigham's Sons. Liberty Township. Jacob F. Peters. Tyrone Township, R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. 1 C harles Essick and sisters, Butler Township. E- o, Gettysburg- j J. C. Coulson, Butler Township. A. S. Whisler. Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 10. Mrs. Clestla A. B'.ack. R. 1. Biglervilie, Pa. Ccorge Herring, Highland Township. V, r . F. Herbst, Orrtanna R. I. · . O. B. Sharretts, Cumberland Township. R. 2, Gettvsburg, Pa. G. E. Stallsmith, Straban To-.vnship. R.' 9. Getcysbt-rg, Pa. John Dick, Hcffacker Farm. Straban To\vnshio. (;aber"c Rudisill. Cujr.berland Township, Gettj-sburg Route 1. -3. E. Jacobs, Eugene S. Keiiv farm, Cumberland Township. .;. Clayton Rider, Mt Joy Townsbio. Gettvsburg R. 1. Charles Fidler. (W. E. Golden farm), R. l, Biglen-ille, Butler Twp. ii. S. ilertz, Hamilton Township. (Campbell and Mover Farm.) Jaines L. Big-ham. Freedom Townshin, "Getcysbnrg, Pa. Levi Crum, Menalien Township. Mrs. Andrew Brough. R. 1, Aspers. Menallen Township. I,. H. Meals. Cumberland Township. R. 5. Gettysburg. C. W. Black, (J. Carna Sn.ith Farm) R- 2, Gettysburg, Mt Joy Twp. Win- H. Johns, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. George V,~. Wolf. R. 3, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. ivJmnnd Little, (John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Karris Cook. Menallen iownship. Valter C. Snyder. R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Twp., Bayly Farm "Vincent Rpoding-. R. S r Gettysburg, Straban Township. Ikiward Reddintr, R- 9, Gatrysfaurg, Straban Township. A. J. Smith Farm. Js. E. Boyd, Guldens, Pa.. Strafaan. and Mt Pleasant Townships. ilsny S. Trestle, Straban Township. Edward A. Trostle. Straban Township. .?ohn Leese, on Xathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gbg. Route--8. ?.Iervin I. Wcikert.-Highland Township, R- 1, Fairfield. D. F. Ba'tterman. Butler Township. Khultz Bros. D. B. Snyder Farm. Straban Township, Gettysbargr, P.. O. McDanne! Bros.. Arendtsville and Franklin Township, Biglervule, R, 1. S. B. Bream (F- M. Bream's farm)'Butler Township. Calvin R. Snvder, Bonneauville. Pa. Otis Waiter,'(Conrad Walter Farm) R- 1, Tfllie, Franklin Township. F. B- Twisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. II F. Strausbaugh. Orrtanna. R. 1. Albert Hollinger. Cumberland Townshin.- Gettysburg, R. 6. ]eardorif Brothers. Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township. : K- P. Garrettson. Butler Township. ,'ohn and Frank Garrettson. Menallen Township- K- H. Black, E. 2, Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. ?-frs. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Route 6. 3). S. Reynolds. Straban Township, Gettysburg Route 9. W. A. Bigliam. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R- 3. -Tohn Groscost. R. 7, Gettysburg. Straban. Townsmp. · Oarfield Jacobs, R. 13. Gettvsbarg near Barlow. v J»orsey Deardorfr, Highland Township, (Mrs. H. S. JMoyer Farm). ] r-'5ianuel Plank. Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. II D. Heiges. BiglerviHe Borough- John H. Eckert, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R- 8. W. W. Miller farr.i (Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township, Gbg. R. 8- Merrin Black. Bisrlerville, Menailen Township. Mrs. Martha Reed. Tiear Arendtsvilie. Waybrisrht Rice. BiglerviHe. Pa. II. S. Cromer. 3It. Joy Township, R. 2, Gettvsburg, Pa. John S. Woif. Strabaa To\vnship.R. 7. Gettysburg,-Pa. " Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa. J. C. Waiter. Ectler Towr.sbip, R. 2, Biglerviile, Pa. llcbert Witherow. Ctnr.berland Township. R. 1-3, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Herr. Cumberland Township, R- 13, Gettysburg-, Pa. Frank Eicholtz, Freed Farm. Straban Township". R--12. Gettysburg, Pa. 1). W. Stoops. Highland Township, R. 4. Gettysburg. Pa. -T. Martin Bream. Tvrone Township. R. 3. Biglerville, Pa. Jf. H. Hart. R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa., Butler" Township. Sam;:e! Schwartz. Mt- Joy Township, Gettysburg. Route 1. J. A. Welzel, (Mary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Township. -!. M- Bushman, (Marv A. Snvder Farm) Franklin Township. J- V.". Tare, Tyrone Township," R. 4, New Oxford. -/. W. Cook. Mena!'en Township, Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osbome. R. 2, BiglerviHe. Allen Barnes. (Croir.er Farm) Csmberland Township, R. 13, Gettysbara: Chas. E. Schultz. (Gilbert Bccher Farm) Franklin Township, H. 5, Gbg R- A. Diehl. (Minter Farm) Butler Township, Star Route, Biglerville,.ra. -John B. tuiker. Cumberland TowRshit). R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. \V. J. Beamer. Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships, Gettj-sburg, B- 8. J. Blaine Bushey. Franklin Township, R- 1, Biglerville, Pa. Jacob Groscost Tyrone Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. \v". T. Howard. Straban Township. C- E- Tawuev. Mt. Pleasant Township, Gettysburg. R. S C. W, Terser," (E. A. Cronse Farm) Merallarj Township, R- E. luaville, Pa. Curtis McGiaughHii (John P. Bate Farm) Franfclir. Township. ·Tsrnss Sanders. (X. H. Mnsseiman Farm) Hamiltonban Township. Howard Bream, Straban Township, R- 9, Gettysburg. Pa. Allen Redding (Robt. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. William J. tckenrcde. Cumberland Township. G. G. Griffin. Straban Township, Route 9, Gettysburg. Den ton Hoif (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butler Township. Harvey Scort Cumberland Township. Jacob Boyd. ?Jt. Joy Township. R. 13. Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman, Franklin Townshio, R. 5, Gettvsburg. n. M. Hoffman. Biglerville, Route 2. E. X. Hoffman. Biglerville, Route -. * J. I. Hereter. Highland Township. 5. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. Ernest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9. Gettysburg, Pa David G, Lott Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M- Shindledecker, Cumberland Township, Gettvsburg, R. 5. IT. M. Trostle, Highland Township. Tillie Post Office. D. A. liankev (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. 5 D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. . . . ^. . NEWSPAPER!

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