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Gettysburg Auto Tire Repair Shop ' --42 W. HIGH STREET H .- TUBES A SPECIALTY With modern steam equipment, I ani prepaied to io general repair work blow-oats, sections and retreading, litbelioleis not longer tbaii tbtub it can ae repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. TWELVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Comfortable, Reliable suwl 'Powerful. Try it. Tours SIK: JiaUiefieiJ trip* a specialty Local Phone 117 X , C.A.STONER, prop STATE TO PROBE . STORAGE \ Tenor's Commission Meals in Nine Years Experience ha's taught me that Buckeye Stock and Poultry Food is r/f'voest stock and poultrv conditioner on the market. /i Many of my neighbors will tell you this. I have a full supply on hand at all times and will be please to serve new as well as uld customers. J. D. MOOSE R. 3. -lii-'ervHie Xmas Gifts with Babbitt G o o d s You need not buy Xmas gifts- this year. There's a new way. B a b b i t t Trademarks will "buy" them for you · You need only save the trademarks v.-hich come on every one of B. T. Babbitt's famous soaps and cleansers. At Christmas take them to the nearest Babbitt Premium Store or send them direct to us and you can choose whatever you want from the country's greatest premiums. You need Babbitt's Soap for every "cleaning purpose. You get full size. You economize--and receive gifts by the saving. Start the Babbitt Habit -Today Write for Beautiful New Illustrated Premium Catalogue B. T. BABBITT, P-Or Box-1776 JNe'w York City RtBabbitfs SMPPOKDER FWSSSH^ATOCU, ""·-tfioosac-p^g^ PUBLIC SALE - OE Lumber, S:ab and Cord "Wood. 3IedIcaI Adver'cisiagr On Wednesday. November 2f, 191."*. On the George Osborne Farm, in Stra- ban tonnship. 1 niiie sontheast of (Tald- pn* Station." along the York Pike, die j 10 !l «^ n j?^ r.-T- . T r T-irDT^T i - 1 r- i I Relieves Rheumaf ism by Cleansmgrthe LOT OF ObFAL LLMBER. JuO Owls whole S v S t e m of all ImDUrities. of Oak and Hickory Slab Wood. 12 inches Ion* 7 ". 2-5 acres uncut tops acres of Sriandinsc DQ not _^. tQ rslieve Rhemnaiism bv - - ~ ' Timber, oak and| d r n £ adicated hickory.-m Iocs to"stjit purchasers. 10.CKK) j ^r£t* and feet of offal boards and scantling. 30 cor.Js ,^^ ^vc-^m ir of chunk wood, tree tops, chips. Edging. "· - - ~ L etc. Sale ledn at 1 o'clockT. 31.. sbaps. A credit of three months will be given to all purchasers giving their notes with approved security. ~ All suns under S5 cash- Positively no lumber to be removed until sale is over. H. A. MYERS J. M. Cal'lwell.'Auct. P. A. Miller. Clerk. svstem RHEL'MA is free from ail narcotics and cleanses in s. natural but scientific dangerous "waste" is er- from the kidneys. _ Hver and skin. EHEU3IA costs only 50 cents at People's Drug- Store. *·"! vras a great sufferer from Eheu- forjten years. After trro day's use of Rri£.U.iIA I laid do«n nay 1 crutches and have since given them lavvay. 1 am a ~e!l raan." -- J. E. j Crocker, 614 Sumter St.. Columbia. S. Suefene Daii*y pood and Cotton Seed , flspers milling and Pjpodaee Co. FOR SALE Modern nine room house Heat and all conveniences. Lot 40x232(1, Terms t( suit purchaser. J. B. Hamilton I OLi BECIPI mm H and Sulphur Turns Gray, Faded Hair Dark and Glossy. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compounded, brinars back the natural color and lustre to the hair vrhen faded, streaked or gray: also ends dandrair. itcnir.g scalp anu stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture -was 10 make K at home, vrhich is massy and troublesome- _ Z\owadays vre simply ask at any drug store"for "Wyetli's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy." You will^get a large bo'ttle for about 50 cents. Everybody uses this old. famous recipe, because r,o one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it, so naturally ar.d evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and draw this through your harr, taking one snaall strand at a time; by morrnrg "die gray hair disappears, and, after another application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and Philadelphia, ,Xov. 21.--Four of 5±e six metnJers'of'tae legislative commission asjpolnied recently by Governor Tener to investigate cold storage con- duioiis throughout the State wita a view to submitting a special report to the 2915 session of the Legislature, met here, an-! after organising and elect^a^ officers adjourned to reconvene the early part or January. Senator Cearies II. Kline, of Pittsburgh, -.vas elecied chairman; Representative Thomas F. ilc-Xicho!, of P!i:la!e!ph:% treasurer, and William P. GalJagh-r, of \YiJkes-3arre, was chosen secretary of the commission. Senator Kline immediately alter adjournment made a statement, in which Le dec'areO Uiat zhH in\ esitigatics would be far-reaching in its results. He saii that the commission was ta- tlrely acLinsed and woad meet the cold stomge question in s. manner thac would be satisfactory to those in favor as v.t!! as those opposed \p iiie present tc!d storage acs. Ti.e commission wsil report on: TLe necessity of cold storage and the jroper provision for the protection of perishable prducts. The value of such products to the jrrodsreer and the community 2.1 ppri- cds of the greatest production, when the supply exceeds the demand and ai si! other times. The length of time articles shouli remain under refrigeration or cola storage. Whether refrigeration or cold storage proriticis shall he branded, and if so, whnt shall be determined to be refrigerator prodtic-ts. The efi'ect on the price of common- CANALS WILL 0 Will Hle$B Big Saving in Frelfitf,; Sfeenisiiie Man Says. JAMES W. OSBORNE Named by New York Governor to Frofae Graft Charges. !rfes by reason 01 placing them un- cer refrlgeraiioa. The relation of cold storage to the Isgh cos: cf living. Tee e:Tect of cold storage legislation :n this and other States. The advisability of a uniform cold storage !a-s-. HE GIVES . SOME DETAILS' Declares Front the Souii? Would ce 30 to 40 Per Cent. that . Ma., Nov. 21.-- As^er-i e f j^s'ruci.oa 01 i coast vcu* i sii I. t- a 3O£\; J*iov. jt ; ·3»|i »i "o Ji /·ftC*" -Q T " « " ) « i ~ - » m p ·"*···» |» -» ·*·» a paper v.ritten j_ il^tne \V. Fr/,j ireasyrer of ibe Southern Transpor-; ii;;cn Company, --aJ ivasi before tas- Atlantic IjnHd 'A^-..-rv.ay ASSJC-a j tlon, ho!i!ajj Its sii-i; anr.uai cca\e£i-j tion here. | Mr. Fry could no: attend the meet-] ;n?. His company ba-s calces In Pa'ii-j ie:jh:a, B?:ur;ore a:.d Norfolk The! savins: in tae cd" of tninspo: latXn i of ireight now ttirrK'J ::: coasfai fei siesmships.-he ssH, v.-o-i^J amount t c j bet w ten thirty £;iu cr'y t-er cent. I n ' out, v.'onki be par... ,-:a:!y beneSt:ei.| "Tiansporyiilon i\ barges is the! today/' the paper re~ ;. "jr cargo .£· can he transported Ly ba-ges between | 30ic:s *Ahere there a r - canals or v/a I ter.xays it will suren reduce the cost! 01 !:vin?r. I 'HiiUers-and the Aiber : marie and Cbesapeahe canal, r pureiinscd by our government, deepened to twehe feet. AS soon r° the svorly of deepen.isg th:s canal ;s. ccEDleted It will cring ato'jt a sav-i Ing of bef-veen thirty ana -orty peri ce'nt. in the cost or sreishcs between. Phoro by American Prtrsa -\ssoci-!:oa. \M 9Z "M e; 88 Per Gent, Greater oo An- pst 15 Tlien In 1890. Xor:h Carolma points and Xoriclk Washington, Xov. 21.--Retail prices [ of food were higher August 1C than Q'jeen cf Spain has influenza. They to have left for Vienna, but the doctors forbade the queea to travel fcr| a -wee: "We are ncv.- asking our govern ! they ha;; beet at any other tir^j dur- naeni to purchase the Chesapeake an£: -ng rhe !ast twenty-three yearj, ac Delaware Canal and ;o make it a frce| cor-lins to vgares of tae Bureau of ·i-aterway of projher depth. ; Labor statist:-; department. "Coal conltt be earned in the bar^-i Retail prices of the principal ar es from Philadelphia to Xcrfolk ascT ticies or food :r forty important in other Virginia points at about -f' per- eVostri?! cities show that during the i cent. less cost of ireiebt. Guano or' year twel'.e cf the fifteen articlss ad crter fertilizing materials could te' vanceii ;n nr:c-e while only three de iransr-orced by barge at 40 per cen^j clincu. Comparison of retail rices on Aus i:st 15. 191C, ·sith pi-ices on the same date In 1912. shov.s potatoes advanced 20.0 per cent..; bacon, 1S. pei cent., smoked hani 17.5 per cent. Lloyds' Storm Loss P.u!itor.s. London, Xov. 21.--The liabilities of Lloyds' for shipping losses during the recent storas on the Great Lakes Is calculated at $7,500,000. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA--FLOUR steadv- ·winter clear. $3.65@3.S5; city mills' v:r Sin: fancy. S4.90@9.10. '{ delnhia barges oonid carry rntli a free · deer 1 a* same pro ;n:s comnuui-y ::· twelve is'i eggs 1- * per round, steak I1-? cents a ten. anc make tiis' ?er cent., sirloia steak If-_2 per ceu:, s they are novr makin:?-' ?°~k chops 9.3 per cent., hens i--7 lard S'.l per cent., rib roas butter 5.7 per cent, anc ^ Pig Ircn coalc be shipped from Xe"." per cent., lar part Xetcs. Norfolk and \icin:iv ;c! 7.9 per cent.. £. "Cas'len. Bristol aco-milk 27 ac 30 to 35 tests"a to; J2S3 COSI. -"If this canal -were opened up as s free Trateivray. twelve feet deep, i; Tronic re-^ce the cost o? ;h2 rraas- 5C-r:zi:oa u»fs-een ^Cor:o;k ana other T:r.c!nia points of shipment to Ph.Ii- cent Gtust, at S3.5aft3.60 ger· barrel. \VHEAT auiet; Xo. 2 red. ne^v 92S) 92^ie- CORX firmz Xc. 2 yello--. SS^g'SSc. OATS steadv; Xo^T "2 rrhite, "45^© 47c_: lo-arer Braces, 4oc. ' *~ POTATOES steady; ner bnshel, 70 @85c. _POTjLTRY: Live steady: hens. 13® IDC.: old roosters. Il'iriSe.: turkeys. 18@20c. Dressed fira: choice io-s-1? ISc.^; old roosters, 13c.; turkeys. 23 BTJTTER Snn: fancv crearoerr, 37c_ EGGS steady: selected. 43c.;" nearby, 49c.: -western, 40c. Livs Stock Prices. CHICAGO--HOGS --eak: sales, $7.00-^7.90; light. 3 mixed, _S7.4^i-«JS: heaw, _ rough. S7.3.J-557.45: piss. 53x71i!. _CATTLE ~Jo-K-er: " SC.65S? 5.o5: Texas steers §6.5'"»" 7,0'"*: stockers ami feeders. S4.SuS7.SO: co^ ana heifers. S3.2G-5iS.I'"';"'calve! @ 10.75. SHHEP Io--er: natives. SS.To'Si.To: yearlinss. S5@5.75; lambs. natSva, of « MABEKTS cessorto J.-Geo. TVol^aoon 1 ; Co. uaeas , \e--v Ear-Ckm 65 j oil"""".".".V.V.'.V." *.....V."" V.'.V"'.Ji SETAIL PKICES Per ICO Badger Dairj Feed 31-3-5 [k)arFe ?prinsr Bran . . 1-3S Hand Packed ^raa 1- i/7 ^isd Oats Chop 1-45 Shoernaker Stock Food L-JO White jk Red 3 Sugar decline. 7.9 per cent., u-hea;; no:ir 5.5 pe cent, and cornmeal 2.7 per cent. Cornnared vitt averages prices £o: ihe ten-year period 1SSO to IS99. everj article for -vlnch prices xvere note-L. with the exception of sugar, advanced Uacoii advanced ISy.O per cent., porl a. Ca-rden ann other Xc\v .Te--l chops. I24.:J per cent., round steal- sey po:nt« on the Dciavrare river, fal'y j IOS.4 per cent., smoked ham 92.2 pel rsvea-r-Sve to forty per cent. j cent., sir'oiri sieak 7S.3 per cent-, ri" "L-^njI'er could be delivered in ?h:I j roast 7C 5 per cent., potatoes 75 2 pe 7 acslphi^. a: fifty cents a thousand fee:) cent, hens 7'2 per cent, lard 69 f Jess cost, "v. rich wonld -sean lo-a-e" | rer cent., e?gs S6.4 per cent., corn cost of 1 mie- to builders anr! n--ana i nipal 60.0 per cent., butter 41.9 pe: fEr-tuic'-s. P-J : P -R-cod could be deLv j cent., and ir.iik 3S.S per cent. Suga. ered ;n V.'ji-'.Ir.stcn^ Delaware s n s : declined -." per cent. Philaaclpala 'or at least fifty cents j] "When the price of each of the fit cord less thp-p at present. Tnis shouini teen articles of food is v.-eighted ac jrin? about cheaper ccst of paper.! corning 10 average ccnsumpSicn IE Saiiroad ties could be transported a- j -.rorkmjpien's families, retail prices on a s^-.-ir-g o: about tiventy-5\» per, August 15, 191", vrere C6.1 per cent cent. GI present cost of freight-; above the average price for the ten ing. » j year penod 350 to 1S99: S.Q per cent. '"The present market for pig ironi above the price on August 15. 1912 rranspoitr.E ; on from Xorfolk to ?hi!=-| and 149 per cent. abo". e the price oc de'phla ana Xe^» Jersey points is- August 15^ 1911. ninety-Sve c^nis a ton. Barges coa'd- carr:- .ron Uiroush the pronosed fr=e' cans! v^-;rh t-.velve feet drart at abo^rj sixty gve cenrs a ton at the same- 3cbert V/i!son. of Carfaondale, may Have Been Murdered in Hotel. 'These ?av;3Ts on all of these com-' Scranton, Pa., Xov. 21.--Mystery Timothy Hiy t-C^ "iye Chop 1.7C Baled ^rrary ........................ g-3 P-astcr ................. £7.50 per *on. Cement ................ JSL.40 per bb!l Per bbi. Flour Wheat. .". ....................... S1-OT SheIle«I Com ....................... '· Ear Com. ...................... TO PUBLIC SALE On Tuesday Di«ember2, FOUND WITH THROAT CUT ?3ities -. 'aid come aboat by reason, sarrojnds the Snding of the body of cf the ellm.nauon of the present canal] ItoLert Wilson, father-in-law o* Jobs colls, and :he bcatr oc:ns able to loa'l Rovre. a hotel keeper of Carbon'5ale. fnti cargoes 10 nearly a twelve-foo: Ke -s-as icand dea\3 In a room of a draft, v-hereis tie same boats are! hotel with two deep gashes in his now limited to a nine foct draft. | neck. "Jf tbe-e v. as a- ccntlnuo-is inland! The ne"t room was spattered wlta free v?ateTMay. T-- elve iee; deep, fronij blood. IJeputy Coroner Johnson said Xew Tor--: to Florida, timber pr3duc:s| :t wodld have been impossible for tae t-otUd ne ?r2?=ported "by barae of 50-X-S vlcuni to walk from tbe room al?00 to 6^-0.-' ! -eet capacity froai- jo.niiss after the «-onnds had been in Georgia jind Florida to the northern 1 nitted. markets at a ooara masure. Th:= : Ke gave as his opinion that the vie tavJEs of r J-o'.t $l,S-5* on every cargc j tirn had met T7Jth foul play. The of sw.'te' '"cet Trould amount to an county authorities have taken up the ns s:;n of money a year." case. NEEDS HIS iVIiLEAGE VViison Nominates PindeH. \Vashinston. Xov. 21.--The Pindeli 'erred .e M. i Pindell. the Perona. 111., editor, to be his n»k*s3. Representative Thomas; arnb35sador lo r^sslz. ^vas sent to the of Jver.ta^h." mtrodaced a resolaiiou; senate b -.- President \Vilson. The cefflan:!:ar that Congress adjourn on no - al j a a: 3O n -svas referred to the for. ~-.^T ,,-*· ^ eagn relations committee, -where a "My rrt:Ji«crs -wast me *o uiUensre." Themes declared. "'Xine-^ tenths oi the members feel tae sarao: as I no. Congress should have adjourned three months aso. I coaJd] have my ; .-^ arainst'.rs conannauon Is The nn-icrsicned will sell on the Somn-1 *·'"£ T «~" ccrafortably on S12.0.10 a. el Van^hn farm along - die Emmitsbnrg r^ad three mile? south of Gettysburg, th followijii live slock: Eighteen head of CaUle. -T Milk Cows. three o; which will be fresh by time of sale, was fresh in Septern1er a«i one will be fresh in Janizary, I) Heifers. 2 of the:n close glossy and you look years younger. on^ a fine Red Darnam, ^ers, 4 fine Stock Bulls be in G e t t y s b n r g Fifty head of Hogs. 0 gco1 Clies'er Wnito. fight weeks old by day of sale. 7 Berkshire Piss, 6 weeks old by day of sale. 1 Male Re". The balance Shoate every Tuesday w ; ffllili:r froni to m a t Pe n ro s o| ^le t o commence at 1 o'clock, P. :»L Myers' Jewelry ! A credit of 10 nibiiths -will be given on all Store. Grad.of Optics,29 Pomfert St-.Carlisle. j sums over S5 Cut. Five per cent, off for j cash. Sale will h* hfUl rnin 01 shine. ! EMORY C. ZFPi'. G. R. Thomj.«on, Am t. C. C. Btcaiu, Ck-rk, vcar. I r-o-3ld live on S7.5» a year.' Bat I era from a Republican district! ·where i* takas real money to get ] the peopTo to vote right-'"' · Wealthy Doctor Poisoned. XC-K- f^ondon, Conn.. Xov. 21.--Dr. Horitf Tinker, a retired Xe^v Tork physician, reputed to be a millionaire, died 'inder 'n:y?terior«s circumstances at his home here. Friends of the fam :ly admit that death, -was due to pols- ar.-i the Coroner is conducting an Coi. Gcsth;:s Siient on Dayton Offer.! ,.^ cst ,^ auon Panama. Xov. 21.--Col. Goetha'.s,| '"^ ^° L chief en=;ireer of the Panama canal.] Emperor William HH. declined to comment on the o'ffer o*| Berlin, Xov. 23.--Emperor TVil'iam a^i^oriUes of Dayton, Ohio, that he| ca^g-,;! cold and was compelled to ;-Come city manager or to any other; caj ,c e i his engagement to attend the proposition said to have been made! opening of the convention of tie Ger- to him. i snan Shirhoilding Society. THE Ladies' Bible Class of the Lu- UXTIL other arrangements can be theran Sunday School, Fail-field, will made I will be unable 'to serve my cus- hcld a food sale, November 22nd. in j tomers with green goods. I am at pre- Mr. Cunningham's store room. Open j sent quarantined at home. C. B. Hoff- at 3 p. m.--advertisement ! man.--advertisement | AH persons are -warned not to trespass on the premises of the ondtTW ed with dog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game in^*ny nun por for fishing,or in ary'way injurTngfor destroying propir^I """""* "*"'"""* tating the laws of the commomvealtii -with regaj-d to t" y -- jltfee undersigner ^vill be dealt Tvith cadef "the prdTisions: William Allison, SainT. "Walters farm, Hamiltonban township. John D. Riley, K- 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. ' Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Toiraship. D. H. V.'ineman, Cumberland TowEshf- Frank Plumper, R. 1, Getn-sburg, Pa. C. J. Deardorff, Grrtanna, Pa. Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L_ Ease, Batler Tow-nship, Biglerville, Pa. 'J C. B. Shank, Straban Township, E. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. ',l~' * ~ tl ~J. H. Knhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) It 2, Gettysbnrg, Pa. Mt. Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. t ~ t ,, George E. Harman, P_ 6, Gettysbnrg, Pa. Butler Township. "* ra " 3 ~ George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary .J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Totrasbip. J. H. Sex, Box 50, E. 2, BiglerviHe. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa^ Cumberland Township. J. L. TOOT, Siraban Township. D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, BiglerviHe, Pa. Batler Township. Joseph B. Twining; S. 12, Gettysburg, Pa- Edward A. Scott, R. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddle, lit. Pleasant Township, R. S, Gettysburg. D. J Rei!e, S. 12, Gettysbnrg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Fronuneyer, Mr. Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. jJehrsng, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K- Major, StraLan Township. John W. Mclihenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. C. W. Eicon, Bendersvilie, Pa. George D. Thassas, Chambersbcrg Pike. Robert Harner, Greennrount, Pa. Karry E. Shriver, Butler To\vnship, R. 6, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Batler Township, R- G, Gettysburg. William Coshun. Straban Township. Jc-rem5ah Weaver, R. S, Gettysburg, Pa. D. C. March, Batler Township, R G. Gettysburg. Elias Wolford, lit. Pleasant Township. E. L. Smith, Batler Township, Biglerviile. J. Edward Lawver, Butler Township, R. R. Xo. 2, Biglerville. S. J. Baverstiek. 3L if. Sponseiler farm, Straban Twp., R. 8, Gfag. II. E. Freed. Mrs. G. V.*. Biesecker farm. Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Xerr Lott, Cumberland Townsb ip. John H. Sponselier, (McPherson Farm), Cumberland Township. .. Jacob E. Hoke. Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. H. M. Sneeringer, R. 9. Gettysburg, near Bonneauville, Pa. J. D. Moose. Biglerville. Pa. " G. F. Basehoar, Gettysburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. jLoais jlizell. Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 7. X. J. Shank, Biglervi'le Route "i. T. F. Ro_th, Butler To\vnship. Gettysbnrg Route 6. C. S- Griest's Sons (C. Artnur Griest, 31gr.) Gnemsev. C- A. Heiges and Mrs. H. F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. C. H. RunimeH 011 C. L. Osborne farm, Menallen Township- Wm. II. BJgham's Sons. Freedom Township. Wra. M. Bigham's Sons._Iiberty Township? Jacob .F. Peters. Tyrone Township, R. 3. Biglerville. Pa. Charles Essick and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C- Couison. B.u'tler Township. "A. S. Whisler, 3It. Pleasant Township, R. 10. ! Mrs.' Clestia A. Black.- R- 1. Bigleryiile, Pa. : : : George-Herring. Highland Township. " " · W. F. HefbsT.~ Orrtanna R. !.,...,._ ,, ,,. . ,,,, ,, -' ·O. B:-Sharretts-. Cumberland Township."'R. 2.""Gettvsburg," Pa. " i G. E. Stallsmith. Straban Township. Ji. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. = " John. Dick. Kofiacker Farm. Straban Township. · · Gilbert Rudisil!. Cumberland Township. Gettysburg Route 1. f J t. James "L. Big-ham. " reedom TownshiD. Gettysburg. Levi Crum. Menallen Township. ' - . Mrs. Andrew Brougrh. R. i, Aspers. Menallen Township. , L. H. Meals. Cumberland Townshlo, R- 5. Gertysfaurg. C. W. Black, (J. Carna Smith Farm) IL 2,-Gettysburg, Mfc Joy Twp. Wm..H_Jf)frr.s, Cj^inberlar.d--Township and Getrvsburg. George W.^Wqlf. R. 3. GettTsbarg...CumberlandrTowjishiB., _., Edmund' tirtie- (=John- Blocner*ferm);-Camberiand-To-wnship.' r -- : -^ Harris Cook, 3Ienallen Township. " h Walter C Sayder. R. 12,- Getrysbaxg, Pa!, Cumberland" Twp., Baylj|Farm. Vincent Redding-, R. S, Gettysburg, Straban .Townsbim · t\ Edward Redding. 1 R. 9. Gettysburg:, Straban Township: A. Jl SmitE-Farm. H. E. Boyd. Guldens. Pa^ Straban and Mt.- Pleasant Townships- * Harry S. Trostle. Scraban Township. Edward A. Trostie. Straban Township. John Leese. on Nathan Brown farm." Straban Township, Gfag. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikerc. His-'nland Township, R_ 1, Fairneld- D. F. Ba'ctPrman, Butler Township. Shultz Bros. D. 3. Snyder Farm, Straban Township. Gettysburg, P. 6. McDannel Bros.. Arer.dtsville and Franklin TownshiD, Biglerville, E- T. S. B. Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) Butler TowushipT Caivin R. Snvder, Bor.neauviHe. Pa. Otis Walter. (Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, Tillie. Franklin Township. F. B. Twisden. Getcvsburg Poultrv Farm, Cumberland TownsBib^ E. F. Strausbaugh. Orrtanna. R. f. -| Albert Hollinger. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, E. 6. .f Deardorff Brothers. Tillie. Pa. Franklin To-wnship- E. P. Garrettson. Butler Township. John and Frank Garrettson. Menallen Toxvnkhip. and Townshio. Eoute 6. : 9. o ^ 3 ^ oj _^. 2. John Groscost. R. 7. Getrysbnrg. Straban TownsMo. Garneld Jacobs, R. 13, Gettysburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff, Highland Township, (Mrs. H. S. Mover Farm). Emanuel Plank, Highland Township, Gettysburg Route "4. E. D. Heiges. Bigierville Borough. ' : -John H. Eckert. Straban Township, Gettysburg. E. 8. W. W. Milier fann fOscar Breani'tenant} Straban Township, Gfag- R- 8. Mervin Black. B:giervil!e, Menallen Township. Mrs. Martha Read, near Afendtsville. Wavbrifrht Rice. Biglerville. Pa. H- S. Grower, Mt. Joy Township, R. 2, Geetysburg-, Pa. John S. Wolf. StrabaTt Townshio, R. i, Gettysburg, Pa. ' 1 Clarence Hoffman. R- R. 2. BiglerviHe, Pa. J. C. Walter. Butler Township. R. 2, Biglerville, Pa- Robert WStherev,-. Cumberland Toxvnship, R. 13, Gettysbnrg, Pa. Frank Hen% Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frar=k Eicholtz. Freed Farm. Straban Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Ps. D. W. Stoops. Kiehland Township. R. 4. Gettvsburg, Pa. J. Martin B"ream.""Tvror.e Township. R_ 3, Biglerville, Pa. H. H. Hart. R. 6. Gettj-sburjr, Pa.. Sutler Township. i. \ Sansusl Schwartz, ^Jlt. Joy Township, Gettysburg. Route 1. " **-:·- J. A. Wetzei. (?.Iary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Townsbip. J. M- Bushman. iMary A. Snyder Farm) Franklin Township. J. W. late, Tyrone Township. R. 4, New Oxford- " J. W. Cook. 7 1 Ier;a!'eni iotvr.shlo. Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osbome. R. 2. Biglervillel Alien Barnes. t'Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township, E, 13, Gettysburg.'Chas. E. Schakz. (Gilbert Facher Farm) Franklin Township, E- 5, Gbg R. A. Diehl. (Minter Farm) ButJer Townshia, Star Route, Biglerville, P^..' John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township. R. 12t Gettysburg, Pa. W. J. Bcan-jcr, Strahan a'-.d Mt. Pleasant Townships. Gettysburg, 'R. 8. ^ J. Blair.e Bushey. Franklin Township, E. 1, Biglervilie, Pa. Jacob Grosco?t. Tyrone Township, 8. ..-· Gettysburg, Pa. * W*. T. Howard, Strabar. Township. C. E. Tawnev. Tut- Pleasar.t Township, Gettvsburg, R. S. ' ? C. W. To-er* lE. A. Crouse Farm) Mer.allen Township, R. R. Idavflle, Pai C"rt:r. McGlacghMn rjohn P. Bute Farm) Franklin Township: James Sanders. (X. K. Musselman Farm) Hamiltonban Towaship! if Howard Bream, Straban Township, S. 9, Gettysburg. Pa. *· *^ Allen Redding- (Root- a. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. " ;-. WilHam J. Eckenrode, Cumberland Towr.ship. "^" G. G. Griffin, Straban Township,' Route 9. Gettysburg. Den ton Hoff (Rufus Lawver Farm} Butler Township. v Harvey Scott, Cumberland Tqwnshrp. Jacob Boyd, Mt. Joy Township. E, 13, Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bnshman, Franklin Township-, R. 5, Gettysburg. J D. M. Hoffman, Bigierville, Route 2.' *», E. X. Hoffman. Bigien.-iile. Route 2. "· J. I. Hereter. Highland Township, R. 4, Gettvsburg, Pa. \ Err.est Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa .^?' David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. **" 1 W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M. Shindledecker. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 5. H. M. Trostle, Highland Township, Tillie Post Office. A D. A. Kankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. 5, 1). C. March,"ButTer Townshfp, H. C, Gettjsburg Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. _ __^._ . _J.._i

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