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WIFE TAKES POISON ON DARE Seven Weeks Bride, Fifteen Years Old, !n Note Blames Husband. Baltimore. Jlu., Ken". 22. -- ACVRJ: AUCTIONEER Any one desiring, the c'.'R?: on J ,. . . . , x , ,,, . , ! .-ho, Fja service or A- W. :layhat-gh; Medical Advertising Kill Catarrh Germ ZLsTo AH persons are warned not to trespass on the premises of the tmder- ; Mie '"dare" of her husband, and^eal be*" lifc 10 ^'^ I ^° r ^ e C 2 ^ 3 *? °^ Spring SaleS i give this notice strict '· fen Long. Hiteen years o'd, s-'al- iovred a pojjon tsbk-t Srs the stree*. A moment alter takin? iJie tablet Mrs. Long fell M) the pavement i:i a faint. Beside her on the ind mot e'Tc-cu-.'e --va HAT so t g to the laggard appetite as a tight, flaky, iroit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? Royal mskes the perfect short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and healthfulness of all risen Sour- foods. It renders the biscuit, hot- bread and short cake more digestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more. attractive and appetizing, Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. } when she was picked up 'ay a bottle "filled with poison ta!l?:s. In her haa-J v.-£3-clutched a. note addressed to lie: mother, Mrs. OT/o-:i.e!L It read: *"De:rr Mother--Forgj-. e me for r^iat I have done. If 1 d:e, Wane it 0:1 £?n He gave me the rroze-y ibis j ig acci told me to buy soai" :»;i- j sen. He did no: sive a --"-- if I "."od. r. From your KE-.EX." ^ . to reach -::. i-av.% render Ir-f^tmed r.:i"~! attention as I save a rev/ va- w-s me:nbranc infested v-ith catarrr " T _ 'germs -- use Kycir.ei. You breathe it -in Marcn. Z.'J. '"o«-«^a:h dosing. frorn raisi'ii* of cant cays /"· | ( f c r j-j --.» ;;. v^-- tviiLT LI ij;ji ;-2isnr r of mucur. "a. Will aGS--f-.-t-'.usnt inc-z-riir. hiwky Voice, ei.-- *« ':n' r«*e from the ncse. drc.jnin;r:S hi lh e Messages .Uuvj-c cr any other jsymptons of t-c- ·. Bell or United Phone Post Office address Guernsey Fa. e'in-desiroj I" c" IlycmeL It ^ ; cc^=^- ijerias ;P the .tose. throe c ar I I-' -r~ sj;d jrivinsr «"vk ar-d Permun,.-::-, relief, or nioaey refunds*! by Peo^LfV D. ;-j 5'i.ore. * * The husband. Benjamin Loa«, :s tv,-fjity-*wo yeais old. Jie and tl:c- s-rS eloped TO Eiluuii Chy about .-even j weeks ago and were nrrie-J. wife is in a crriK-aS eoadtlo::. in tlie jlerev hospital. - EIL. POLITICIAN 3B ETTYSBURG MARKETS G«d*f Optics^ Ponifert St.^riisle. , PUBLIC SALE itisa co '. Milton Wolf. Jr.. Sac.. V»"oli"s cons Co. j Per Si- '"r-. v .; try Wheat .-- \e\i-EarCora .. 65 I have just received a Standard Automatic Milk Separator which can be seen at '" Biglerville now This machine is guaranteed, to separate 750 pounds of milk per hour, and as soon as I have sufficient number installed I vrill buy the Cream at regular price for creamery butter, sir 9 © 0 Chas. 5. Mumper Co. \\~ill sell a lot of SECOND HAND HOUSEHOLD GOODS in Center Square Saturday, November 29111, at one o'clock. This lot is much better goods than the last lot sold. Some of it is almost new. Iron Beds and Springs that were used during the encampment", Cots. Cot Pads, Pillows, Mattresses, i good Walnut Leaf Table, Walnut" Sofa, Couches, lots of other goods not mentioned. pl-I A Q Q l\y? f TEuf I317I3 $ /^Tl l^ri/la. i5. iViUivlJL lilt O£ %-AJ. I 1 ij ^-"---^f-^i. 3S?Os *~5 Css"^"* THIS STOVE HAS BECOME FAMOUS lor its heating quality with a small consumption of coal. In addition to this, which is the essential reqiareraent of any heater, it is especially noted for its attractive appearance. We will take pleasure in showing it and explaning its full v.-hareroom. Ffu Pa., Xcv. 22.^Gcorge \V. or!ijc-r co::.n:oa cousciliDtJB vros arrested Ly Robert G. i.i:::ber, s"at arui L...-V. O:i \\\nj:es 5av, Xove::i!--r isj. I 1 ."!:. O" tl;fc Ge6r*re Ctebornt- I":ir:a. is. ;r :a:i to'.vnship, 1 niiie so:u:.'.-.'.-t ': iiul iTs"- 1 Statso::. aioatr th York i'-ki-. i! fo:!o'.vins: KFfAIL PRICES aieipUia. 02 tie c-har-e o blackmail nzcnev .ro!ii b o:" Reading. Shaifer is siaie secretary of a national fraternal organisation arid recently Initiated Called States Senator Pearcse as £ member of ilie order. He is widely knoT/n In Reads arrest caused a sensation. ShsSer was given a iiearlag r.-efsre IT^ite-J Stares ilaltz- berger and v.-as held in ball for court. Ke vras charged with having written j P. A. Miller. Clerk. letters to V.'iliiani K_ I-iiiea. a Zcnaire corLTcc-ii^cery;urer aad -barker, tleaiaading SIC-""*, and to c^~ y^"«£»i T^ 1 ^^^- ( g*. /l*"*i^2" ;; ''" t~ pm3p v * n" $ujO. The lexers -.\ers pro-Jceed at tie iieariag. Saaser den.s-3 lise }" ?c Hi aaJ ()j;ts Chop of chunk wood, trtre toi-s. sluess men ----^·-"·_.· .j^ --"'--^Y ·=·"*,'' - I".""""".". iv - v "-;-'; is\ v. ::op t..'- i':.'_-ter *7.5Vi per ton. :»nt ?l-40per bb'.- Per bbi. Tj r.-~j ^GILT and his i provt-J security. All snr.s I;;IG«T - c;:s!i. i {iv~ijjv«v KO luoiber to be rc:i:-~vc--l until j VVaeut SSj.e'^tCorn J X-\v .'-Zar Com. '" ' \ V t S i - " 3 OiK ..- r'jilfr lv«n at 1 o'clock cr- -lit oi sliree months v, tlieir le is over ... .O.C-.3 Per b.: ...51.0^ 55 5" It --as allesec that Shauer demanueii Jlist the Eicr.c-y be p-lacea in an onen vindaw in horr.^. It v.-as rep~r.ed tiat anscier arrest will Le dide :n tie c-ass. desires to secure a high grade dealer to handle th i J * ·» me in county, most popular line in ccunuy and liberal contract. Apply immediately SCHMIDT aUST STAMP TRIAL Cc-jrt Denies f/.ctlcn For Appointrnsrit; cf Lunacy Commission. Xev.- Tork. 5cor. 22_--Hans Scar:!dt r slcyer'o? Anna Anrn'.:!Ier, is saa, a.-« Ei"St eo to trial for iis life next Tues- ±a~. according to a clee:s:cn s:a(le Ly Jucge Foster in the ccart of general S3S5iO23. The conn, deaied a motion made by I_oresre J~ Sicr.Ianas. rep.reesnting Schmidt. lor the aijpolritaifint of a iJicacv eorsmlssior. to r-ass en the n:en:al ccnfiuioa of the confessed slayer. The court mace it clear, however. t"^.t during Scr-^si'Ir's trial Ists cotia- sal heel the right to prove that Schmidt «-as Jssana r,-hes he killed tie girl. 622 Ckesirmi St, Phila., Fa, NO 1VHLEAGEJN SIGHT Senate \Vs\\ Have F4o Recess Before Regular Sassier: en Dec. 1. V.'sshinstcn. XGV. 22. -- T7hea tite sen27e assemljles for its last nasemis cr t.c special session it ·snli raeei at ^1 o'clock; on the 3.-ora:rig l of Dec. 1 "{· ecaii::i:c uitil r-oon. the hour tiie j risn::ar session begins. In that ~.-ay there can be no recess-nor eve" construe-lively---and no fijrat. uCli mooted ouestios of 38 full-bred White Orpings Cockerels bred of stock from Famous Owens farms Mass. Seiic your quick, also .oaers Season. W. W. De Bendsrsville. Pa. Eggs in L|ji i t.--6 miles noich of Gettysburg-, or. the G. H. Division c: t;=c Reading: Railroad is one of the ^rojri-sjsive and up-to-date tpvv-ns of Adan.s _ County. Located in the heart of the famo-s "Apple Reg-Ion"'", it is gro--intr ' rn.Dlil!v In j;osi»iai:c-ii and wealth. It has a. lars'^ canninir fuctc~". plane, cold storage plant. ni:!ls. \varer-ouse. hotel. Xationa! Banl". creamery, hardware stores, drug store, g-cnerai store, restaurprit. professior.rJ -Ken. the streets are being improved and other public and prsvaie entcrprisc.- re under v.-ay. Xo other section of Ada--.s Counlv prcsants at 'this time a more la-irir:g- field for profitable real estate v.-as agreed upon by the lead- icn ot a problem that threatcnetl to become a tangle. Yeccrpsn In Postofncs space to tell yet: th;it these properties are bargains Yv-nich vnll increase ir. valtrs in a short tiras- The men «t.o are siaki^g: iRor.ey in Aoarr.- County real estate are optimist pessimist in a progressive community. Yos can't sa-v it coes not pay to »e a -with a hammer. So, czs .n't fail to ask fcr more inforrnation about thece Pisioi i c-ter Gsts i-ourtsen Yorlc Xov. 22.--For c ! pistol, in vfD.ation. lav ~ rnnniai;. the Suilivani-_ ol3Se _ Tj^fn grocd. -arge poultry house, phone, poblic road and r.ea 1 - ^c merit at our rc^r. Price unon cr-si-cation. H. T. Maring ;" oM !;en!!n§ fre:s::!i: station in i-nild- ccccr-Ied bv ftnrs^ta'-ker Co. Nine Years Experience ha= taught me that Buckeye Stock and Poultry Food Is the best stock and poultry conditioner on the market. Many of ray neighbors will tel! you this. I have a full suppl) 1 on hand at all times and will be please to serve new as well as · old customers. J. D. MOOSE. R. 3. " ~ "B lEWSVAPEfiflRCHIVE® »-.._ ' CORX Sna: Xo. 2 yello-, S2%^S3c. j -- sced befcre the be5t Bayers. OATS stes.-iy: Xo. :: frhite. 45% @ I ~e.: lo~er trades. 4Sc. [ 3Iasonic Buildin POTATOES steady; per bnsae!, 70" Real POUI.TRT: Lire steady: cess. 4c.: o;d roosters. rur::ey-=, Gettysburg 1 . Pa. 18'S2Gc. Dressed firrn: enoire fowls. 1Se_: old rooste: iledical Advertising r, isc, t^ey, ^ | Nostrils And Head Stooped Up - T:»T:oir ^TA^Tn^T-c 1 ^Tn ? ** -- *· *· - - _ r BUTTER fins; fancy creamery, ^.EGGS steacv; selected, 43c.; near- «c. r" 1 /~t } i-\ -p T i /T /^ . | F 1 r rom Cold? 1 r 7 iviv Caianh oaim Live Stock Prices. - tb-c CATTLE steady; beex-e?, $S.srn I 0.60; Texas steers, S6.505i.65; stoek- rs and feeders. S-!.SO@7.50; cows oria lie!fers. S3.25@S.20;'caIres, Sfi.505'0. SHEEP steady; native sheep. $3 SO @5: yearlmsrs. §5.15©6.35; lambs, na- Sve, S.S5@7.50. UNTIL other arrangements earn be madf-1 will IIP tsnablo 'to serve rnj^ cus- j tomrrs Vv'ith pnrean Jtood?. I am at prc- 'scnt quarantined at home. C. IX Hoffman.--advertisement btcps. Try '-'Ely's Cream Balm." st a sn:aa bottle anyway, just , ifi^a.'js?: st.".ps nasty discharges f.ii. :· feclJujr oC cleansing, sooth:?.? r:!iel ,,'ifar:-hal sor« throat will ho prone. ,ii'-*.-«»" -- t End such misery now! Get tho j Pi.'i yo-ir faith--just once--in h.y s (·ottle of "Ely's Cream Balm" at any j Croam Balm'' and your cold or catarrlj drug store. This sweet, fragi-ant balm '.will surely disappear. Wiiliarr: Allison, San;"L Walters farm, Hamiltonban township. John D. F.tley. K. 12. Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. jlrs 1 . J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. I. V.'inenian, Cunberlacd Tovmsblp. Frank iltimper, R. 1, Gettysburg. Pa. C. J. Decrdorii, OrrtaEna. Pa. - - . - . . Charles "STagEinan (Dr. W. K. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L. Klme. Butler Tovmshlp, Blglerville, Pa. C. 3. Shari, Straban Township, R- 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Kuhn (J. F. K«hn Farm) S. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt. : Joy Twp. Jacob Frommeycr. Sirabon Township. George E. Uarrsan, P.. G. Geitysbsirg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer. Straban TownsliiD. ilrs. Mary .T. Weikerr. E. 2, Gettysburg 1 , Cumberland Township. J. II. ?:ex. Box 50, E. 2. Biglerviile. Mrs. ilatllda. L. Cocori, Cumberland Towssnip. Sanjuel Sobinson, R. 1, Gettysburg-, Pa., CoraberlaEd Township. J. L. Toot. Sirabsa Tovrnship. D. L. Jacobs. R. 1, B-glervIHe, Pa. Butler TownsMp. Joseph B. Tvr-n:ng, I!. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott. R. 4, Gettysburg 1 , Freedona Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Tov.-nsiiip. E. F. Brddle, 31:. Pleasant Township, R- 8, Gettysburg. D. J ?.eiJ-3, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa.. Cumberland TownsMp. Leo Frommeyer., Mt. Pleasant Township. Martin V.'inier. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. ~, W. T. Mo-Iir!':" 1 , Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K. 3Ia;or. StraLan Township. John "W. Mcllhc-nry Farm IL 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Cliaries F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. ~\V. Elilor., Bendersville, Pa. George D. Thomas. Chambersburg Pike. Robert Harrier. Grc-enmount. Pa. . Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. : " : Jc-ep-h A. Albert. Butier To-.vr,s!isp. R. G. Gettysburg. Jsre^l-Jh'vresvcV.'Hrs"^ Getryshur;rl Fa. D. C. Msrcn, B^i-cr Yewnshiis. R. 6. Gettysburg. Filas '/rdford. Ml. Pleasant Tc.v.i:shJD. E. K Smith, BatlerTownship. Bisrlerville. J. Edv.-ard Lawyer. B"t!er Tov.-r.shis, R. R. Xo. 2. BielerviHe. S. J. HaveraMck. M. M. Socnseller farrn, Straban Twp.. R. S. Gfag. il. E. ,.· ree--, Mrs. G. \V. Biosechsr fa'rni. Franklin Tv.-p.. Cashtown. J. Kerr Lett, Ci*nicer's::d Township. John H. SDfn=eil5r. i3IcPherson Farm). Cumoerland Township. Ec-berr S. SI-.uI ! j-J. A. Sh-jH Farm) Franklin Township. II. C. Hartzell r.I. A. Shull Farni) Franklin Township. Jacob E. Hokc, Siraban Towr.ship. Gettysburg. R. 7. II. M. Sneerinser. R. 9. GeXtysburg. near Bonneauvflle, Pa. J. D. Zvloc-se. BigiervHIe. Pa. G- F. Basehcsr. Gettvsbure. Cumberland and Germany Townships. Louis Mireli. Strab-sn Township. Gettysburg,. R. 7. X. J. Shank^ Biff!err:!!e Route 1. T. F. Ro-h, Butic-r T«v%-nsh:r. Getfr^-sbursr Route "6. C. S. Griest's So-= ,'C. Artr GiiesL ilgr.) Guernsey. C. A. Heige-s and Iilrs. H. F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren, if enaHen Township. C. H. Hummel! on G. L. Osborne farm, Jlenallen Township. Win. M. Bigiiam's Sons, r reedon- Tov-Tiship. Wm. 31. Bishara's Sens. Liberty Township. Jacob F. Pelers, Tvi-or.e Township, R. 3, Biglerrille, Pa. Charles Es=:ck a».:d £-"=ters. Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Couison. BuVler Township. A. S. V.'h-sler'. Mt. Pleasant Township. R- 10. 3Irs. Clsstia A. Bl-ick. R. 1. Bigiervifte, Pa. ' Georjre Herring, Highland TownsbiB. -W. ¥~. Kerbst. Orrtaana R.'l." O. B. Sharretts. Cumberland Townshio, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. _ G. E. Stailsniith. Straban Township. K- 9. Gettysburg. Pa. Jchn Dick. Hofraeker Farm. Straban TownshiD. GilherJ; Rudistil.. C-rntcr'.cnd Township, Gettysburg Route 1. -T. E. -Jacobs. Eugene S. Kelly farm. Cumberland Township.. -T. Clayton Eider, :\It. Jov Towhshin. Gettj-sburg R. 1. Charlos Fidler, {W. E. Golden farm). R. 1. Bigierrflle, BuOer Twp'. IL S. 3Ir-rt~. Ilamiltor. Township, (Campbell and Hover Farm.) -Tames L. Freedom Townshio. Gettysburg. Pa. I.evi Crum. Menailen Township C. Vr. Black, (J. Cams Smith Farm) R- 2. Gettysburg. Mt- Joy Twp. \Vm.JI. Johns. Cumberland-Township and Gettysburg- - - - -- _ - _ - ^ r Heorire W. "S"olf, RI S- Gettysburg, Cumberland Township". * ~- Edarand Little, f-Joim Biocher Faraa), Cumberland Township. Harris Cook. Ivletiallc:: Townshio. -. - . ,· Walter C. Snycer. R. 15. Gettysburg. Pa.. Cumberland Twp., Bayly Farm Vincent Redding. R. S. Gettysburg, Straban -JL'ownship. Edward Rsddinsr. R. 9. Gettysburg. Straban Township. A. J. Smith Farm. II. E. Boyd. Guldens. Pa.. Straban and lit. Pieasanr Townships. JIarry S. Trosde. Strs.ban Tovx-nship. Edward A. Trostie. Straban Township. John Leese^on Nathan Browr, farm. Straban-Township, Gbg. Route 8- :\lervin L Yv'e-kcrt, Highland Township, R. 1, Fairfield. D. F. Ea'cteraian. Butler Tcvmshin. Phultz Bros. D. B. Sr.vder Farm.'Straban Towr.ship, Gettysburg, P.-O- McDcn-iei Bros., Arendtsville and Franklin Township, Biglerville, R- 1. S. B. Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) Bu'der Township. Calvin R. Sm-der. Borneauvilie, Pa. Otis Walter.'(Conrad Vv'aiter Farm) R. I, Tillie, Franklin Township. F. B. Twisden. Gettv=bi;rar Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. Straa?baugh. Orrtanna. R. 1. Albert HoUinsrer. Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, R- 6. Dearcorfr Brother?. Ti'lie. Fa. Franklin Township. E. P. Gnrreitson. Butler Towrship. _ ,. John and ircnk Garrettson. ilenallen Township. IL H. Black. IL 2. Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. . ^ 3Lrs. Danial 3Iiller. Cumhorland Township, Gettysburg, Ronte 6- ~' D. S. Reynolds. Straban Township, Gettysburg Route 9. : W. A. Bigham. Cumberland Township. Getrrsburg, R. 3. -John Groscost. R. 7. Gettysburg- Scraban Township. Garfield Jacobs. R. 13. Gettysburg near Barlow. ' Dcrsev Deardorff. Highland TowEsh-p. i.31rs- H. "S. 3Ioyer Farm). Emanuel Plank. H:-lar.d Towr.sHp, Gettysburg Route 4. E. D. Feisres. BJcr'c-.-ville Borough. -Tohn H. Ecke:t. ?"-2h_n Towr.chia. Gettvsburg, R. S. W. W. 3!iller far:r, Oscar Bream"tenant) _Straban Township, Gbg. R. 3. Mervin Black. E-.^lsr^ir.s. Menallen jiownship. Mrs. r»Ia"na Rc;c. ArendtsTtlle. "sTaybright R-ce. Blglcrj-ille. Pa. H. S. Cro:r : er. I-:t. Jo" i owrship. R- 2. Gefcysbcrg. Pa. John S. V.'clf. Strr-LsJ. Township. IL ;. Gettysburg, Pa. _ _ x Ciarerce Hoif.-n?n, K. R. 2. Biiei-.-iHe. Pa. -T, C. Walter. Butler TowrshiiC R- 2. Biglerville. Pa. Robert V.'jtiicrov.. C-rtl-erland Townsh:?, R- 1-". Gettysburg. Pa. Kra-.k K=rr. Cu:":: r-r:r.rd Township. R. 1C. Gettysburg, Pa. r-an'; FichoHr., Free,-: Fr--: . Stra~an Tov,-r.ship. R. 12. Gettysburg, Pa. b!"v-*. ?:o"V?. Ki^Iard T-v,nsh:ri. P. 4. Gettysburg, Pa. -L 3Iai~-^ Bream. Tvror.e Tcwr.ship. R. S, Biglerville, Pa. .1. v.. '_--'OS. Mer.a 1 ";-- Towr.shio. FIcra Dale, Pa. A. I. Osoorr.e. E. 2. Biglorville". A^e-i 3r.rr.c« ,Crcr:er Farr:i Camberlsr-d Township. R- 13, Get^rsbsrg. Chas. E. Sclvj». i G"bcrt B'-cher Farm) Franklin Township, R. o. Gbsr R. A. Dk-hl. ', ?,I:r.tcr Fam". » B ji".er Townshio, Star Ropie, Biglerville. Pa. John S. Eik^r, Cc--l-er-ara Township. R- 12". Gettysburg. Pa. V»'. J. Bc-anicr. S;:T.ban ar. : M:. Picacars; Townships. G- "tysburg, R, S. J. B?^:jie Bcs^cv. Franklin Towrship. R. I. Bigterviile, Fa. " cob " yrone Township. R. 7, Gettysburg. Pa. IIo--va.-d. Hcv~,'\i Bream. Strarar. Tov~sn:p, R. 9. Getn-sourg. Pa. ·\"---- iiwi : ^" (F.oot. ?. Ercam Farm) Cumberland Towr.ship. \=r::V;'::"-: .:. Erker.rodo.jCi.mberlr.rd Towr.ship. G. G. Grit^r., Strol an'i). Houte ?. Gettysburg. :^C!.t: r. HotT (Ruf JP L-v^cr I-arm) Butler Township. iTarvev SectL Cumbcrlar.d TovvTis.isp. Jacrtb'Bjvd, 3Ir. -Toy Towr^hip, R. I". Gbg. fWilliam Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman. Franklin Township. R- -5, Gettysburg. D. 31. Hoffman.' Ciglerviile. Po-nc 2. E. X. IIotTman. Bijrlerrii'c, Ro- 'e 2. J. I. Heroter. liishiand Towiishi-,5, R. 4, Gettysburg. Pa. Ernest Manahai".i3Irs, P. L. Houck Farr-.i) R. 9. Gettysburg, Pa David G., Straban Township. Gettysburg. Routs 7. \V. C. Srorrlck, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M. Shindlefie»-ker. Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, R. 5. ti. M. Trosile, ITrt?hlr)r.n Township, Tiliie Post Office. D. A. Hnnkey (3Irs. Jer t -niiah Tiend^rV. farm) Cumberland Twp., R. 5 i). C. March,'Butler Towrship. R. G, Gettysburg -Robert 31. Eldon, Aspers. . , . _ ..

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