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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. VoL XL No. 602. Gettysburg, Pa, Monday, November 21th, 1913. Price Tw» Cnl* ' - ' HAVE YOU SEEN THE ! N4w Short Stiff Bosom Shirts? We are showing them in the Corner Window; the new feature about them is that the bosom ss set underneath instead of on the top, thereby making a practicalle summer shirt minus the: starch. The bosom is small and short and \\ ill not catch on top of the trousers. The newest sh?des of Pink and Brown, also the staple colors. The cuffs attached or detached. The Price $1.00 and $1.50. THEIR ANNIVERSARY 8QUNTY PEOPLE DEER SEJ® TAKEN BY! CLOSE · · | * |St James Christian Endeavor So-:Mrs. Daniel Cofgmao, until recently,Adams County Hunters Kill Large College Athletic Council Decides to'Correspondentssead in Many Items W{LL PLAY GAME (LETTERS FROM ON THANKSGIVING! COUNTY TOWNS- ciety Celebrates its Twenty Fifth, a Resident of Gettysburg, Died in i Anniversary. Present Faithful! Hanover Saturday. Mrs. Mcliheny! Member with medal Dies in iiie West MRS. D. S. COLEMAN Bucks on Closing Days of the! Season, ftrendfsviile Camp Boi Five. Break Camp. V/ith the closing day^s of ihe deer Mr?. Celia Miller Co-emun, wife cf i season now at hand reports are Play Franklin and Marshall at Lancaster on Thursday." Mr. Schaeffer Better. of Interesting News from their Respective Towns. Personals and Many Brief 'lesns. ECKERT'S STORE, "0° *he Square- j founding of the St. James i Endeavor Society was helt j main auditorium of the church Sur j evening in the presence of a large au-ij R O O n at 4 : 2Q after a Hr.jr«-ri.-.g iHn«^.! Joseph Cooby. of the Brysonia Deer'and every prep: jdier.ce. The society was the rirst of its ' ji rs _ Coleman had "been III for sor:e '. I-ur.'dng Club, shot a six prong buv.k ! Kiade to get the The College Athletic Council at a! meeting Saturday evening decided not · BUCHANAN VALLEY Buchanan Valley--Robert Clap- WALTER'S THEATRE The twenty fifth anniversary of the! Christian. d in the f Daniel S. Coleman, died at the home cf received of more bucks falling before j to cancel the game with Franklin and sadl and son, of near Chambersburg, a.".cay i their son In Hanover Saturday af«i-the local hunters. ; Marshall at Lancaster on Thursday, visited his brothers in the valley on Joseph Cooby. of the Brysonia Deer, and every preparation is now being lass Friday. -, the local team in shape' Samuel Baker and Saninel C!ap- · kind in Adams County and from it a : :. r . e a n j vv hen her con-Jition because * or.e day the latter part of last week, i for the closing contest of the season. sadl each shot a fine deer lass week. | number of others have sprang, among | serious several weeks ago ?he -.ven to I The Cashtowa camp got another j It was generally reported following · William Bowmaster shot a fine deer ! them being the cne at the MuhJen- j her son's home where sht rtrcaEieJ ro! large buck last week. It had f:ve; the death cf Mr. Wray that all games on the mountain, and carried ic into -.berg Mission in Africa. j*]^ t j n:e c .f }» er death. 5T.:e l^a\s; pronjrs or. each side ~:iu -.veigheu 175 = would be cancelled for the remainder 'the Kane Camn alone. He left it there ugherty. now its pre- ' husband, her son, Roy Co' of ' pound?. Three shots were tired almosr · of the sensor, bat it uas realized that until he could send a team for it. TO-NIGH T R RELIANCE AX EVEN EXCHANGE A f the stage coach. ! Miss Lily Do sident, to'd in a brief historical sketch I Hanover, and r.vo, .L E. ;of the . v- ! ers went :t, to'd in a bmi nsstorical sketch j Hanover, and r.vo brcU.-r-, -I. E. C. · simultaneously at the dter, by Paul A. j such uci-ori would infsict a heavy fin- · Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yeage e trials through which Jis found-; Mil-er, of Xev.- Oxford; ;.::·» X. C. Mi!- I Marti", Samuel and Lawrence | ancia! loss upon Franklin and Mar- daughter, Annie, spent Sunday rent at its beginning and of the j ; er , of Brush Run. ! Kebc-rt, ^nci it has riot yet been dec-id- ' shall, who reap a large return from the Kane Hunting Club. A few days WAITING FOR HUBBY ."..".....".'.".."... 11IAXHOUSER I Business meetings, r. jmerous socfels, i Hubby was a model hubby until the evc--.Ing the picture pictures. Thtjs .the series of mishaps that befell hm v.-ere wonderoas to behold, and meantime · ·- wify waited. Show starts 6:45 Admission 5 cents. fouisnK. Onr- Xiuht Only TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ·£ A P!ar of Totiav "\VH£r:EIS MY WANDERING BOY" Ptats on sale at People"; 5 Drug torc. Yeager and at the , , . . , . , ~ - --J" s after| steady growth w-tn constantly ijjcreas- ' Funeral sen-ice at VMS r,V^k Tue?.- cl tc whom the head shall be given. ! ThanLsgh ing Day game, and that to ! ward Mr. Yeager shot a deer on the I ing interest. During its existence the | ]..,.. R ior::i!;g at Salem United lireth-{ The ArsrsidUville Daer Club broke j annul the game would urobably inter- hill. j society has held no less than 1300 Sun- ; lx .,j church. | camp on Saturday. The original in- j fere with arranging f u r t h e r ! Martin Wyand, of Wavnesboro, tenrion had been to stay o^c for the J athletic schedules. : spent a few days with his uncle. Jacob «."t.ire season but they fek they ha«ij The funeiai of Homer II. Wruy. t h e , J - Kohi. this week. gotten their share and decided to quit. \ college stadei.: who tried en Friday! Misses Evelyn and Loretta Cole got a j evening, was held at two o'clock this i spent a day in Chambersburg xhe oast Lessig. J afternoon from his home in Leecnburg.! week. evening prayer meetings; 250; sss meetii ! visits to the Count" Home and t-ins and has cone EDWARD MARKLE t° in " I EJ-.varJ Markle. aged "·} y.urs. died much i - erv su dden!v at 6 o'clock SaturdavjThe following members each cannot be estimated. lie is survived bv three George X. Hart-1 George H. Schaener, the foot ball \ Mrs. Alfred Kessler, or Phiiadel- i player who was taken to the Harris- ; phia. will spend some -rme with her Shoemaker, near Conoco-; burg Hospital on Saturday suffering.. mother. Mrs. Annie Shorb, of this P H O T O P L A Y BIOGKAPH VITAGftiPII E3AN"AY THE ADOITED BROTHER- ................................ - ..... Bio.^ph He saw Another accuse-l of a f-ri::e Lis degenerate brother ha-1 comniitP^t. He f-u»o] I.v tnitb. Two escaped convicts lilit-d ".«:L vengeance soa-sht tbf a-k.pted :»rvth»-r. G-od done imotiier and ix-turned. frustratc-il their «!i^-!i;n. tho:iih the price was a life. ana faithful from its beginning to the MIHhelm; Markle, c£ V.'est Man- present time ard. in concluding her sketch, Miss Dougherty presented to | .Markle. of ParkviHe; and Albert Miss Annie Wolf a gold cieca! in rec- {Markle. of Midway. Hi.s wife oieo ognition of this faithfulness. Miss Mcud M,iller 'told ox the organization ! helm township. York Cour.ty; Ctlvin · about six years ago. Percy Stoops, of Biesecker's Gap. I able to resume his studies in brought an S-prong. 1,30-pound three weeks- Leo Dillon and son, John, spent ay in Gettysburg at the home about! of her aur.t, Mrs. Jerome Martin. Paul and Charles Stover and Kobert A Df iU. VOIi Til E Ii\liY. At ;h" ri-k of tiK-ir !iv^=. thr- gt-nt-rous hearted cowboys satisfy ihe l».i.-ri-rz -m i ··.i.-f h -r fro:ii t:c bands o- death. and work of the Junior Society which now has 151 members on its roll. Miss !LilIIa.n Riug; s^ng beautifully "These jAre They Which Came" and ie'cters I were read from Dr. Joel Swanz, of .YiiagTAph ! Baltimore, under whose pastorate of chiM's j Sr. James the society was formed: I and from Dr. A. R. Steck, of York, and Funeral Tuesday, November 25; brief services at the house at 12 o'clock noon; further services and interment at St. Paul's · Dui.-b?) chuich. Rev. S. L- llenoh onsciatirg. III Essanav XT. Tf I Er .' , - ui-l.t "\ i ' U I X C K u F EVIL r ' Vtcagrsph in a:-2Kn«-~- s"-r !;'i:«fi:snz j.'.'tv^ a vrr.uiari in the c-t a rascal. j^;-^,,; in iti-r_-i-^i.'-r 7!ii-l iox--and deVOti:i triiifljijh. She-*- starts C:SO i'. ii. Admission 5 cents to all niAXKSGTVTXG CAY '·' ' " ' GOOD VillXGS ire njt-aH IlniiteJ to things to eat, t.ov.-e» T cr- enjoyable i^ey ^.ay be. Ihers a;s tlso good, vbings -^ v;ear, ^··"·ecialty these incicced. in those es- tentials like erava'ts. g;oves. nznd- tsrchief?. fancy vests and hosiery -*h:ch all go to snake up the line -of Is as sold as furnishings. Salig"s have an exceptionally fine line. The Quality Shop WILL 31. SELIGMAX The Cash Tailor Dr. J. A. Clutz. of Gettysburg, who served the church as pastors during the life of the Christian Endeavor. The evening's address was made by Rev. Joseph B. Baker who made an earnest plea for active and effective service rather than talks and raeet- fings about the theory of religion. · "What would any oneliave thought/' he said, ''on the night of July 1. 1S6C. ~c : K O D A K S F I L M S C A R D S P A P E R S Everything needed by the Amateur Photographer Our entire stock is of the stardard E a s t m a n M a k e Direct from the factory- ALWAYS FRESH. Careful attention to the development of films. Mail and Phone Orders Given Careful Attention. jwhen the Court House tras filled with i mangled forms, if the physicians and j surgeons had sat down and read books · on the theory of respiration, temper- I alare or other medical subjects ~? i'oL. jare now surrounded by mangled souls jivho need immediate attention. We j criticise a doctor when he does not give j immediate attention to an emergency j call. There are emergency calis a!i 1 about you. If the Christian Endeavor- · ers in this land would ail do their duty the vices would soon disappear." ] 31r. Baker told of the coming; revival 1 = j to be held in St. James church during ~. :the month of February and asked all E jto get down to practical religious =§ j work. ^ j Prof. O- G. Klijiger organized the =_ isocie'cy in 1SSS with these as the = -charter members: Charles Swariz, E I Frank Swartz T 3Iiss A tmie Wolf. Mrs. = i Lillie Miller Powe!!, Miss Kate Miller. MRS- R- KING McILHEXY Mrs. Sarah Mcllheny. widow- of the late R. King Mcllheny. of Bardes- ville. Oklahonia. died ICovember 5th. at :he home of her son, J. JFrank JMcIl- .leny, aged S-j years. She v,-a= a daughter of Francis asid £!iza Montfcrr. whose home was ir. Hunrerscown. She married IL Kir.g ilcllheay in 1850 and 'lived three years on the old Mcllheny farm or "ihe banks of lie Conewago Creek. f ney moved to Bauer County. Ohio. ir. 1S-5S and from there T?enr to Chicago Ji 1903. They mc/cr TO Bartlesviile. Oklahoma. where her hasbard died in 1904. She is survived by her son. J. Fran-is Mcllheny. a haif sister Ros£ Monforl. of Columbus. Ohio. c.nd two .lalf brothers. Sebrean, of Sandusky. Ohio, and Armstrong, of Kansas. dcer at o o'clock Friday afternof-n.} James S. Glass, of Coatesviiie. a ; Freiler. of Bigierviile. snen'c a few davs near the vineyard- This makes four j Sophomore, is at his home suffering! at the home of John F. Cole this week ·Jeer for Ihe Gap hunters, this season, j from appendicitis: Frederick W. Hoif-! returning home on Thtirsdav. ^nd they are eiateu over the good j men. of Altoona. is home ill. and', George McDannell shot a deer on showing- they have reside. ·' George S. Poust. a. Prep student, has · Friday last near his home on the, other deer are reported in | been tkerx to his home in Hughesville ! "Big Hi!!." the Buehanan'VaHey Idtter as having i threatened v% - ith pneumonia, been killed last week. ! I MONEY FOR HOSPITAL Carlisle Has Half of the S50.000 quired. Re- CLEARED $31.00 WAS WOUNDED HERE Jenivy V.'ren Club Produces Plaj- Civic Xurse Fund. j Confederate Veteran Survives Injury for - here. Now Loses Leg. The college play, "After the was presented on Saturday -afternoon William C. Long. 73 years old. Confederate veteran, of JHarrisonburg, Virginia, lies seriously ill at the Rock Carlisle's campaign for 530,000 for j at the Wizard Theatre by the Jenny ingrham Memorial Hospi'taL It has been a hospital has closed half the allotted J Wren Club- It was under the direction ! found necessary to amputate his le°- period of ten days with half amount secured. The Rev. G. M. Diit enderfsr, who is ~ re. is con the! of Miss Frances-Fritchey- for the-bene- j bst\veen_ the _knee_and the hip on- ac- -- iit-: fit of the Civic Xurse Fund and was a i count of a severe injury sustained on . n? r-tfn the guiding ger.ius of jsuccess In. every way. A'iarge and en^l'tn^ nndent tha'c the whole j thusiastic audieTiee- \vas presenti--Tiie'r?- cc ' ( y, when he was shot in the leg' ?- cc ' ( J en i a lly by Paul Koontz. 16-vear- -.vHI be saeured- Among the larger trib-Jtio.-is are ?1.500 from Col. Hays, the Frog and Switch Company, done credit to grownups. Greaucretht | when young Koonts stumbled over a - §1.500; Carlisle Gas and Water S3.000, and the Aerie of Eagles.' tion hours to rehearsals and fo'r their is gun. the load entering the rear of -1 ; 000. This latter is considered a re-. success in selling 'tickets. They cleared I -^ Longfs leg. Physicians hurried to maikab-e contribution, inasmuch as over S31.00. The same club is dressing j TMs assistance, but so great had been con-i young girls-knew their parts well, and.|° 5 « son of Mail Carrier M. E. Koontz. John j acted them ir. a way tha'C would have j - They were returning from a hunt;;-' an;.-, done credit to grown--ups. i when young Koonts stumbled over a Co.. is due them for their devotion of vuca- j^"'re and fell, causing the discharge of- rrlfi^; ' f i r t r v lirn-?-cr T-r\ -i-^at»rioT-r..*i"!^ t-»t*3 y^« ·I'^.n^^ ( K?^ cr?ln rjis* Inirl nnf-nw-nn. -j-l. n .-- -£· She was a coiisis've Presbvterian church. member of the REICHLE--BERGER -\ornian Reichle and Miss Bessie ger 3Iarried on Saturday. ·"rht the hospital campaigners march- oas citizens who contributed the the Battle of Gettysbnrg-, half a. e-J in parade with the Carlisle Indian theatre, tickets and furniture, thus j century ago, Mr. Long was shot in the Band, and addresses were made from lessening expenses. i leg. and while being carried from the the headquarters by the Rev. H. D. j The following" took part in the piay: j SeW another bullet passed through his Steek. D. D.. and Dr. D. Gray. All Genevieve Po\ver. Elizabeth Huber. I hand. He recovered from his injuries the smaller towns surrounding Car- Sara Xeely. Elizabeth Evans, -Justine J a n d ^ent back to the front in several '" j lisle in Cumberland county are raising Hartley, Edith Sheely, Lorene Roth.! months. (a quota, bat the amounts have not yet Lucille Bender. Anna Miller, Margurei j Following the accident on Thursday Xorman Reichle and Miss Bessie Berger, both of this place, were mar- j --ied in Baltimore en Saturday. The\- j .vill make their home at 46 West Mid- J been ascertained. SILK 31JLLS BUSY street- Mr. Reichle is a son of Mr. I | M-JIs of York Being Operated at Full and Mrs. George W. Reichle o t s i Capacity. ^ I Miss Sadie Stallsmith. Mrs. Elizabeth place, and the bride is a daughter o; I Mrs. M. C. Berger v.-ho recen'tJy moved t'rom Gettysburg 1 to Balti-sore. _ Sxvartz. Mrs. Rose Pitzer S {Stevenson. Mi~. Blanche Grammar = ' Ernest. ^ j The presidents of the society hsve == ;been: Charles Swartz, Mr. Brehm, The silk iu-str 1 - in York has been Major, Louise Bender, Martha Major.! v Between the acts good lively music j v.-as furnished by William Troxell and by Edna and William Zincand. Koontz lost his head, and in his ran several miles before he be halted and assured that he nothing to fear. -fc T T T 7 r T - * T - ' 0 r \ O T T / ^ C T ^ r \ L L 7 H U B E R S D R U G S i O K h f 3IOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT Road between East Berlin and LINCOLN HIGHWAY NEWS for LODGE OF SORROW Ab-! Morc Towns Xame their Streets revised, and all of the miHs are l.e.::g bottstown Scene of Accident. i Lincoln Highway. operated at their full capacity. I · The Pennsylvania Terctile Company. · Sair.uel W. Hassler. of York, was | KesoJu'cions are noxr before the al- v,heh took ever the defunct m:i!s of painfully hurt in a motorcycle acci-|^ orirlen of East. Liverpool, Alliance j the Ameri Corporation, has den". Sun.Isy afternocn on the road be= Urank^Swa^^rg ^ferbehem,, £Jks i 0 Hold Annual ^remorial_ Ser-j p]aced 5n opcr v iion lhe " three York twoe^ Za^B^^'^d^VbD^^cwn.' =he name of the J. II. IIUr.EK. i nie Spangler. Xorman Wolf, Charles | Bream. Guy McCarney. E. P. Miller, I George Hai'iman. Fred Troxeii, Stev. ·art RudisilJ, Lily Dougherty. YOUR - TURKEY - DINNER Will taste better if you have a N E W S U I T O R O V E R C O A T on Thanksgiving Day. We have a large variety of choice fabrics at prices to suit everybody. J. D. LIPPY, Tailor. FREE LECTURE (Lecture Open Jo the Public in j Chapel at College- i Dr. -J. H. Sieling. of York, vriil lec- fture in Braa Chapel this evening on :''Gems of Local History"'. The lecture, I which will be open to the public, will i start aV eight o'clock. .ices on Sunday. December .-. j factories, and are T-.OT.- auvertisir.- for H; 3 r.^achine. it is said, \vhilc t!?.%-e-'"ng , . ~ ~ ' more hands. Thev have eno'jsjh v.-ork at a high rate of speed, struck a i ne annual lodge 01 sorrow o f thcL j " 3 , - , " , . . , , _ , , . * . ,, . , , to secure sieadv emT!ovir.ent 3or ?ome Emitter and tnc ndtr was thrown a Geavsbartr Elks wnl be held =n Wai-1 - . . . . . . . . . ,- , . . " , ^ ~ , -,. " _ ;time. consiuerabie a:stance. ahghtine on hif cers iiieao-e aur.a-y^axtemoon. Do- Tho gouter Silk Manufacturing left shoulde-. He was "found Iving eemoer / i h e genera: aadress v.-il: be j c nv in the westfirn ^ of York ^ .^ roaj and . %va= ^^ ^ ^ ^aae oy George J. Benner Esq. ^na ] Js S , 5O rjshcd w : {h orJe _ A ^tomobile to East Berlin where Dr. the loca, eulogy t,y S. fc. Xeely ^c. J Eugene Elgin reduced t h e f r a c t ^ Ema j Tfie C ° lie ^ e qaar ?^ TM' 1 TM5 ami ar ~ ELECTED PASTOR he wa. then taker, to York, j rangements are i3ii,g- rnaae to secure | a soloist from Lancaster. ,,. ^,,, !K ............ , .,, , , ,,.,, ,,,,_ -.-^,-^ ^^-^T^ NOEL--^FORD -, Dr. Ss*«ch Eieclt-d Pastor of Firs! Lutheran Church, Carlisle. nd Wooster. three Ohio cities, to have principal thorough"are through which the Lincoln Kigh- ;vay will pass as "The Lincoln Way." road in Wooster county, outside city of Wooster, has already been "Li-coin Way'" by "the Board of 1 County Road Commissioners. ] Fi M. Hardwlck, of Tuscarawas \ Street West. Canton, claims to ha\-e ; placed the first Lincoln Highway road j marker in Ohio in front of Ms place of j business. The claim is disputed by PROPERTY SOLD l Four Acres -»vi!h Improvements Bring S10CQ at Private Sale- Rev. A. R. Stcck. IX P.. pastor tho i'nscn Lutheran church, of York, , Mr. Xoc-L of .McSherrjstown, and Miss } highway. Ford, of HunJcrstown. Married. ! '. other Ohio cities on the route of the or. Saturday unanimously elected ]paior of t.e First Lutheran church.' Harvey A. Xoei, son of Mr. and Mrs. j SALE REPORT MARRIAGE LICENSES , r .,. -, , T , s Reuben V. Xoel. of ?.IcSherrysto\vn,' Chickens Brins? Large Figure at Sale Matthias B. Mansmert has so=d fonr l of Cariislc. Pa., to succeed Rev. G. if. a!ui M ;^ Lir . ie Ford . daughter of Mr.'. of C A. ffisfer. ; acres of land '.vuh isr.provements. near j n:«?eriIer:-_-r. I- D. The vote wcs not and jMt. Pseajant. in Conewago township, i or.Iy unaiiiniou.^. but cr.lh-jsiastJc. The For Your Horses, Use Dr. Hudson's Liquid Conditioner he Results will please you. 1 Clerk of the Courts OlL s ger has is- | to Clinton E. Zenp. cf West Manheim : c hJrch at Carlisle has a jsued a marriage to Francis | township, for ?!/Ji'0. Possession April jover 1200 i Thomas and Miss Beulah Fritz, both i s j 1014. lof Franklin township. Ford, of Hunter?-! towll . were niarriei ir. St. ?Jar\"s! The sale of C. A. Bixler ir. oapacuy tnc uai.iionum. ot ( eh'irch. McShorrystown, Tuesday ev- ; J°J" township on Thursday amounted ;, by Hev. L. Aujr. ReuJter. ] -° $18-3. The best horse brought $160 They wc-re attended by the jrroom's · 3n bes^ cow SSS.-50. Youitff chick- T«I j ORDER yoc;- ice "i, ro ther-5n-Jaw ar.d sister, Mr. end l sr - s so'd ^~ S1.22 3 - each. Thompson PIAXO Bargain. The Stiefr pia^.o j cream now. See Gettysburcr Ice and ilrs . j anlc .. ? Bossier, of McCoys\-ilIe. · t t a s the auctioneer and Collins and used at the David Bispham concert J Storage Company ad 0:1 anuiher pai,e.' }j r . an ,j ir.=. Xoe! will reside with i^arr the clerks. Tuesday evening will be for sale. Thi*; j--auvertifc-nent 1 is a piano especially selected for this j l SPECIAL: we have received a large ] line of children's, ladies' and men's Kvinter coats also b*oys' and men's fall I suits. Special prices on large rugs 9 x j occasion, and rather than ship it j FURNITURE auction, Saturday. , 12, linoleum and sweaters. G. II. i again, will be sold at a sacrifice. Sec j November 29, at one o'clock. See ad- j t T""_ T"k± .^Jt _.. "It - ^ J _i_~ _ _ _ i _ i tTT-- _ T* f\^. ^_ TV?', j ^ j i . _ _ T Y *.».-.-- _ T i · _ _ 1 . * « j^ti. _ . f~i i r_ _ _T f~* _ t his. parents for fhe present. FIRST BIG ONE Knouse, Biglerville.advertisement 1 ment OLD FASHIOND MOLASSES TAFFY Almond Taffy, 40 oenta «-, Buttemnt Taffy. 50 cents lb., Peannt Tafly *20 j LQST gnnday befcween Gefctysburg cents lb., Peanut Brittle, 10 cents lb. Ice Cream Taffies, 10 cents lb. --Fresh | and ci-.ambersburg, sliver pin, Jade L. E. Myers'mill will be closed on Win. T. Once, Pi'tzar House.--advertise- Uaily at. KWSPAPLRl GETTYSBURG CANDY KITCHEN seVting. F. H. W. on back. Reward. Re-1 Thanksgiving Day, November 27th.-- turn Times Office.--advertisement 1' advertisement 1 vertisemcnt. Chas. S. Mumper and Co.' F .; rst i_ nrsrc H O JT of the Season \Yeij»h- --adverliseriicnt od 161 Pounds. IF you are looking for style, quality W. M. Musser, of Gettysburg, killed and comfort, buy the Crawford shoe a t ' the first large young hog of this year. A fine line of candy on display a'c the Department Store. Special prices to teachers.--advertisement 1 Kirssin's.--advertisement It weighed 461 pounds. FOR SALE: good family mare, fearless of all road objects, can be bought cheap by quick purchaser. Willis H. Lady. 22G East Middle street-advertisement. iWSPAPLRl

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