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11= JOSE S. ZELAYA. SCARED BY WHALES Fishermen Drenched as Xeviathan* Blow In Circle About .Boat. Atlantic City. Js. J,.. Xov. 28.--Any doubts that may have ?susted regard- · \\ 2cpo=sa" President of Nicaragua Xmas Gifts Like These 4 For Babbitt Trademarks B. T. Babbitt's Premium List is one of the largest in the country. All kinds of valuable and serviceable articles are included. There is nothing among them that you would not be proud to own. And you can select whatever you wish by merely saving the trade-marks from R^klUu-'o . SOAPS AND Babbitt s CLEANSERS Yon already know the value and economy of Babbitt products--how helpful and labor-saving they are about the house. In addition to giving you your "money's worth" in soap and cleanser, we are giving you valuable premiums. ^ Scare the '·Babbitt Habit", ro-day. Send for Beaiaifu!, New Illustrated Premium Catalogue, to te£ tales told by fishenuea daring the ( past ."week of playful whales encoun- j terc-d.ou the lisaing banks. five'iaiJes ' off the ccasi, v.-ere dispelled v.-hea' Jesse V.*. Stan-, 3d. and Ciaries C. 5 l^fsrren^e, Phlladelpsians, relaied 1 their experieace. - * : Soon after they had reached the I banks ihey were startled by the sight S of an eisaty-iooi waale, v,-h!eh arosej nc-ar ifceir beat. The leviathan was | , followed to the surface by three oih- j | ers, tvvo of which v.-ere equally "as j , large ar:d one a mere ''baity" forty feet 1 | ia length. ' » i Speedily feauling 'n their author, '· ', Starr and I-ai^rence prepa.-ed ior a! I hurried trip 10 the beach, bat the I ] whales, they say, closed in on iheai! j and started a procession a"soat th»:r | j tiny'craft, "falowiag" as they venLj 1 Boib ihe men were dreaded to the" skia before tliey sacceedetl 5a Qadiag: an cpeciag- -ii the rapidly closing clr-j cle, £Bt! then began a -a-JId Sight io| the beach. _ j "1 Arrested For Mcrcier. Medical Advertising AFTER GRIPPE j" __ 3Iade Strong by VinoL j John C. Furmaii, of Clarion. Ea,, l says: "After a very severe attack of jtfce grippe my system was is 2. \\-eak- j eneci. nerrciss : All persons are warned not to'irespass on tae premise* with d o , i a or trap for the purpose of taking «f -the wider. ""TM ·"·""""" *aJ^-***5~ ~ " ^f ~~--' -- - -- -- j.r^TM jr-_-.^w -VTA *-*;ji*.»j*^ ^^afciiJ.i^. 13 ftUY IMLfttt^f* .ijr-forfishin£,oY!ifaKy ,syay injuring or destroying .property. AlljiersjMij^ri*. li'pog the Jaws cf _tii; coMisianweakh irjib regard to* trespitifEaf. 5 *^ jl»nd5 «f with under the provisions of the Act of April 14- li'POg the uaders'gner be IFFICIALS ATTEND THANKSGIVING MASS! B. T. Babbitt, Inc., P. O. Box AT 1776 New York City Save no your trademarks fer Christmas. , _ and run-down coadlticn. j I had no appetite at elL I was obliged i to eontinsie with ray wos k, and nothing i seemed Xo'help me* until a friend in^ jdueed ise to take VinoL I psgan to i sjote good results from the first bottle, j j cc-irinued its use and am ao\r sound i and vsreil.-as ever. , . I In health one cannot realise how | depressed a person niay become after I trylpg one remedy after another v.-!th; out benefit for such a condition as i~-lr. Furman was in, or what a relief, i it is to find he!o aad be restored to ] Iheahh and strength. j I It is the combined action of the' ;med:eir.ai curative element of cods'; Many Dignitaries at f fie Pan- j GLEN GliTiSSIO American Service, TSY FLIGHT OVER SEA Own Your Own Home Stop Payment Interest We \vill seli th-i fiae ne\v brick eight room and bath residences on N. Stratton near Stevens street- Gettysburg on the monthly payment plan at the .same price as v/hen sold for spot cash- These are up to date houses, with every improvement and convenience- well an 1 substantially built and in every respect equ?l to houses selling for 50 per cent more money--call and lock them over. Our selling'plan is as follov.-s-- 10 percent cash and trie balance ia monthly payments vv-Mcfopayments Include the interest at 5 per cent and a payment oa the princioal-this monthly payment will be $115-00 which is the same as tenants now occupying theselioases are paying us for rent. Why pay $ 15.00 a month rent v.-hen for the same house you need only pay $15.00 as a monthly installment aud eventually the house will be yours? This is the easy opportunity of your life to get a nice home of your own and stop paying rent. Apply to Martin Winter Gettysburg, Pa. .GETTYSBURG MASKETS i Medical Advertising - -Prices at the Gettysburg: warebctse coi-i DON'T KNOWTHE-Y rected daily by C. Milton Wolf, Jr., See- ! HAVE -APPENDICITIS cessor to J. Geo. Wolfs Sons Co. | , ilany Gettysburg .people who have T g cnrortic appendicitis.' · winch is not ,,. _, -rr-i .. «7 3 vet T painful, have doctored for years ^ew- Dry W nesi - --.^ · f or g^g on t ^ e s t ornacn _ go^r stomach ew Ear Com -® , or constipation. H, C. Landau, drug- Rye - ' v ; gist, states if these neople vrill try A Oats ·« j SINGLE DOSE of 'simple backthom KETAIL PRICES bark, glycerine, etc., as compounded in Per ""00 -" remedy which became _ . .-, - ii"^;; famous by curing aopendieitis, thev Badger Dairy Feea 5i-« ^,'11 be surprised a -* the .INSTANT Coarse Sprins Bran Hand Packed Bran Com and Oats Gbop Shoemaker^toek Food 1.40: ·White Middling 2~ Bed Middlings «-50| TimotJiy Hay '-]f:\ Rye Chop - *J I Jf Baled Straw -·_-- »| Piaster * ST.oO per ton. j Cement $1.40 per bb!3 s Per *bl.' leumati Biht's Disease . , . Si.SO i Prof. Bcdlong was Quickly Reliered of * - · . * . · » · · * » - * » - · * - , ,-- _ jy.- r~ T_ T ~ " T1_ _"Western Flour .- -- fc-09 F?r «*: Wheat- ... "-.1 -- j-J.OC _ Ear Corn, ...................... £« ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE 1/etters of Administra'cion on the Estate of H. F. Heiges late of Frank- Both afflictions by Using Rheuma. If you suffer from any" forrn of Rheumatism, remember -that UHEU-. MA goes to work quickly to remove the cause, not simply to relieve the distress. Many years' use has demonstrated that i'c goes to the seat of the disease and expels the poisonous matter through the natural channels--die kidneys, bowels, liver and skin. "For many years I was troubled -^ Rheumatism, also with Bright's Washington, Xov. 23---The fourth annual Pan-American Thanksgiving · t-^isLraiion, \. 1th Its attendant mass,! a service of thankful unity between· tae Celled State^ and the twenty-one j Latlri-Anierlean republics, was observ- i r»l he r e yesterday. j Pr-.-sident V.'ilson, Secretary of State i Bryan and ether cabinet officers, all} the diplomats from Latin-America, j Chief Justice \Vblre and Justice ife-j Keana, of the supreme court; sena- [ ic~s, representatives and other public] oScia-s attended. j 45t. Patrick's cimreh. was decorated '.vitn American and Latin-American ags. A cove of peace, boldrn? together :n iis beak the 3ag of tne United 3:a~es and that of the Pan-American j Cnloti. symbolized tae peaceful union oetwesa tfce nations of the western heiriispbere for Ti-aich prayers were offered. Cardinal Gibbons was preseat. Righi Rev. Charles TV". Currier, reel bishop of- Maranzas. v.-ho preached tae j sermon, on a comparison of peace and j ·«rar, decried war as the "natrnal ea-j emy of order, and therefore of thatj \vhlc"i is good ai:d true:"' said that itj -'subverts the moral order by opening) wide the door to ail manner of vices." j aad closed by holding up before his audience the "sickening sight of the lat.l!leld. with its carnage, its blood, its sjrlm death, "its misery upon which only vultures feed. Tell ace, after ·.'-I 1 -'" he asked, "'can you still lv© A- :i.e luncheon in the rectory toasts ·^-ere r!--ir.k to President Wilson, Secretary Brrun. Ambassador Da Garaa, of Brazil, and others, and appropriate j --*i«r'-*^iT'. ;r*-k'* Trt-'i A j-i ~* \ teiean Finanoier Said to Be Backing flia Venlyre, response? made. LAW SPEEDS ELGPL'RS Pennsylvania Couples Driven to Wed Eisev/hsre by EUCSRIC Law. Hagerstown. }id_ Xov. 2S.--^Tweaty- tvro narriage Hceases "Wednesday and nearly two iii:iu!re3 since the Srst of Octcbrir. issueii to couple from Pennsylvania, is the remarkable "record at ·:he oinee of C'erk Edward Oswald IE .bis city, shcvnEg the ejects of the aev- eugenic law in the Keystone iictc. *" T-I.nisters of Hagersto'wn are reaping ·. fcar"i ft?t from vredalng fees, as many ·f :ha cCiiiiift-; get married in Hagers- OTT^I " - '_ _ Kfc~ E- K. TScrias. pastor of the -"";rsr Tjapusf caurch, married five coa- )Iss within two aoHrs % All of them vere fjoni Harrisbarg, Pa. .Long Fa!! Ticfcjes Baby. -. X. .Y., Xov, 28.--rWaaderiust passessed the eleveii-inoriths-old soul ii Paul Mclver. so lie climbed through. i v/Indotr of his parents* apartment to ree -c-hat was ontside. He fell seventy- 3vc feet before be^ found anything- Thss be struck a grass piot, and inci- Jentally fractniea a bcne in one of nis legs. Mrs. Mclver "swooned, but Paul j ;Snc!-:lcd at, the janitor who picked up. Paris. XOY. 2S. -- Preparations are being made in New York and London for an aeroplane Sight aercss the Atlantic ocean, to take place nest August, IE v.-as learned here. The Sight is being planned by Glen Curtiss. the American aviator; Joha Dale Cooper, one of the chief assistants, and an Englishman whose identity has not been made known, but who i a said, to be a leading aviator. A prominent American, financier and sportsman is furnishing the Snancia? backing. Tae plans, in their ^present stage, call for a flight from the.Keivfouadlaad coast to the Irish coast- The machine decided upon is z. hydroaeroplane that has bee? designed bat not as yet constructed. ; ' This machine will ^-embody both American and English. Ideas, acd the Giglit ia every sense will be an Anglo- American venture. It'was said that wbea the attentpt i5_made American and British warships .^rill line the route to tie taken, to ala_tne aviators IE case the Sight is not? successful. - Tbe liydrcaerolane ~wdX" be" larger than any previous'y constructed and T7?!l carry three men. Suel suSciear to last thirty-sis hours will be carried, and it is planned to" complete £ae Sight in this time. Tee machine is expected to travel between sixty-five and seventy miles an 'Soar. '" " INVALID TRIESTOSTOP SUICIDE Son Fisngs Aged Mother Aside and Takes Poison. Baltimore. Md-. Xov. 2S. -- Afier stniggling desperately with her stalwart son. ia an attempt to prevent: hira from taiviag poison, ilrs. Elizabeth Kvet. an aged invalid, was fi-jng frcn him and compelled to look on ·nith iiQrrified eyes as he took four tablets of poison. Tile woman's cries fcrongat neiga- bors to the bouse, and a policeman sent the inaa to St. Joseph's bospitaL Ke :s sinking rapidly. The son is Albert Kvet- twenty-four years old. Several \7eeks ago he lost bis job. and since then has been usable to get eaplcj. mezr. Fa'is Into Boiling Liquid. Consjioliocken, Pa., Xov. 28.--Losing ais balance ~v.-aile throwing dyestufi from a bucket ;ato a vat of boiling liquid at a siill here, Thomas McCort. f i - i j years old. pinngeG into the scald- .ng mixture Hp to hfs neck. Alone. McCort managed to pal! biraseli cut and was fousd later by fcllovr workmen. , He is in the Charity hospital and will probably die. Rivers Defeats Cress. Angeles. GaL. Xov. 28.--After twenty rounds of the liafdest kind of Sibling. Joe Rivers, tae Meriean battler of Lcs Angeios. won the decision over Leach Cress, the Xew Tork den- t5s£- Cross -was .loored for Ihe count of n:ne t'"ice durlzc: the contest. It was a soDd figat all rbe way. Eacb round found ihe men fighting like tigers. up ihe v."eakeiied run-down sysrera. V.'e g-jarantee Vinol to give vou perfsc-i .satisfaction. People's Drus- Store, Gettysburg, Pa. " P.^S.--For rough, scaly skin, try our Saxo Salve. V.'e guarantee it. " COLDS \Vhen they first come, the best time to break them tip. One iandard remedy -- Aysr's Cherry PectoraL Sold ·for- 7O years. AsJc Your Doctor. ?'Incurable' Heart Disease! Soon Cured j By the Great SnecleiSst in Treating Weak : and Diseased Hearts, FRANKLIN · MILES, M. D., LL_ B. I V/ho will Send S2^5 Worth of Special;' Treatment and New Book Free. T-» pnne tlib reniarkabie curative powers of hLs now and coiiiplfctc-. Special j Treutiiitlits for heart t!i~i-ae. i-hort j breatli. pain in sdc. siioi:!d*.-r or arsis, j oppression, irregular pnl^e. palpitation, smorlit-ring. pufiin^ of aiskk-s or drops?. Dr. iliics wi'tseiwi to c\ery uifiicte»l pef- iOsi u S'J.50 Free Xrvatmeut. Had cases toon relieved. These treatiaentB are thti r-;s:«!t of SO j years' extensive research and n-:uarkaUr j success la treating \ajrious jihuents os the heart, stomacli ami nerv.-s -.vhif-Ji MI'I- e:i tosaplicate ecch case. r a--itou!3iiiiiK are the results in JBO-SE cases, tiuit he oi- fc a!i sick pt-rtons a tivo-ioun«i Trial Tre:.tii!'!ifc free- Iio not fai! to t:.y it. Ck'rrainly iiothiiiK cou'd Ix; more gtdi- eroi.s. Few* Physicians have su«-h con fide:u-e in Uleir treatments. 'A5i afflicted persons ilion:d avail ihemselves of this iibt-s al offer, as they nitty never liave such an opportunity agaia. · Delays are uanirerons., Xo deatli comes more suddenly than that from hfcart"uisea=«-" Send for Remarkable Cures inYoarScate- ilr=. Sarah Thomas. MaysviUe. 310.. cured after 5 physicians failed, ilr .Io=- eph Seine. Lincoln. Kans.. after : failed. Mr P.W. Runjan. Spender, loivv., after:; faileJ. Mr. Ira. Dexter, Friendship, S. Y.. after 2 fniled. ilr. II. L. Davenporc, Conaea;:Lvi!!e. Pa.. -^fter4 failed. Mrs. Lixzie Ev.ingr, South Charleston, Ohio, ·Hirer "2. fci!:^!. Mrs. Anna Chick. Hampton. Ii! . a;itr 7 failed. Mrs. Eva Jean- nwctte. Guys _\ii!'s. Pi., stfttr several falk'l. Many cared aiter o to Jd phys-i- ciai:^ h:i'j »ror:oimeefi thorn "incarabie." Si-n-i w'jtr. Franklin Miles. Dpt. HD g^ to .375 J|a:n St. JESkhart, i d : al oner-. *'jr rr^e Heart f-ook, Exam nation Ciiarr. (Ji/TT-ian. Advice ami FreeTreat- n*«;r. DL-cril,e you Car Hits V/edd'ng Motor. Chif ago. N'ov. ±S.--Miss Xona _A.hl- sirantl -svas severely injured and four other bride?ijaids received bruises when an automobile carrying them from a Tfeddins party -s-as struck by a street car. Blames Tooth For Sleep. Del.. Xov ±S.-- arraigneS before tlie board of police commissioners charged -with be-ns asleep while on post, Patroiaian Harry C. Slaaiinele excused hinsseU" by say- iag that he had a tooth extracted and the gum ached so badly that the ca'y he cosud find relief -was to ho'd his face to a wall, and in nursing his sore jaw he fell asleep. ^_p*jv*--v-- ·--- ---- -- -- *_· ^^ «» -. »« **-j» jk%'tj.k v -x*«*.«*v«'Oii* «*..?vr »T * ^i* jw«: a.^ **s*- o * lin township, Adams county, Pa., oe- = Di sease of t |, e Kidneys. I suffered aw- j ceased, having been grantee; ^ ..o tne: f u n y . Tried many advertised remedies. I undersigned residing in Gettysburg,_^f ter ^gjn^ your truly remarkable! all persons indebted to riid i-state are j preparation, RHEUMA, I-was "fully requested to make immeaate payment, | cured."--Prof. C. J. Endlong. -Sound and those having claims will present ViewvJ^onn- them for settlement- to C. A. HEIGES, Buford avenue Administrator. RHEUMA is guaranteed fay People's Drasr Store, who sells it for oO cents a bottle. Mahanoy City Newspaper Surned. Slahanoy CUy. Pa,, Xov. 28.--The plant of the Daiiy American was oe- yca by fire. The cause is unknown. The .publication is owned by DavSd ii. Graham. The American will be issued ·'ropi the office of another newspaper, fhe loss is stout $30,000. Dec. 8-14--Pickert Stock Company. Dec. 2--Lecture. Dr. Charles \»' Walter's Theatre. | Stork. Brua Chapel. Dec. 19--,"The Shepherd of the Hills." j Dec. 4--"The Dust of the Earth". Wai-' Waller's Theatre. ter's Theatre. WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Observations of United States weather bureaus taken at S p. za yesterday follow: Temp. Weatber. Albany Atlaatic C:ty... Boston Buffalo Chicago Now Or7c22S... 32 44 32 40 46 65 York 3S Philadelphia 35 St. Lora* to V.'ashington 38 Clear. Rain. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. Clondy. Rain. Clondy. Rain. The Wsathsr. tliei:. with rain or saow, cloudy tomorrow. YORK SPRINGS York Springs--D. F. Starry. Hiram Albert, Henry Wierman and H. S. Yeatts attended a. Grand Array banquet at Gettysburg on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Griest, of Xew York City, were the guests of his parents several days recently. - Dr. and M:s. C- L- Myers, Mrs. -Tohn Gardner and Park Gardner autoed to Siddonsburg on Sunday where they spent the day with his brother, John Myers- Paris Hershey, manager of the Lebano-i Valley Creamery Company, spent a f ew days here recently with Wiiliam Davis. J. Harvey Xeely and family spent several days recently at Harrisburg, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emory G. Wolfe- Joseph Stsinberger, of Franklin township, is -the guest of William Xewman, of Huntingdon township. Miss Martha Eauftman. daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. E. L. Eauffman. of East Berlin, who for the past 10 months has been under instruction for trained nursing at the York hospital. is ill with typhoid fever at that insti- tuticn. C. F. Menges will quit farming next spring and his mother will move to town and reside with nim. The Menges farm has been rented by J. A. "i. one- Clarence Cline, a. ten-year-old York Springs boy, was the cause of a six prong buck being killed on Friday. The; lad had accompanied his step-father, l Henry A. Meals, to the Big Flat last j week on a hunting trip and on Friday, j while the members of the Camp werej ou"c rcaking a drive, Clarence and the cook, Mervin Shank, were taking a stroll nearby when the boy saw a buck and called the cook's attention to it. Tne latter argued that it was a doe but Clarence was so positive about it that the cook finally blazed away twice and the back dropped. NOTICE: all road tax of. 1913 must be paid by December 1st. By order of j Board of Supervisors. H. C. Shryock. Daiiy Thought. Avoid, extremes, and shna the fault yi such who still are pleased too little or too much.--Pope. Sublime Porte Sultsn's Court. The sublime porte is the official name of the court of the sultan or Turkey. Mostasem, the last of the Abbasside caliphs, fixed at the threshold of the principal entrance to his palace at Bagdad a piece of the black stone adored at Mecca, and thus the entrance became the "porte'" by eminence, and the-.title of bis court. The sultans, successors of the caliphs, assumed the title. William A:i:s«}!i. Sani'L Walters farm, Hamiltpnban township. John D. RiJey, R. i-. Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland-Township. Mrs. J. £. Hujrbes, Cumberland ToTvssijip. D. B. \Vsaeman, Cjiraberiand Township. Frank plumper. ,£, 1, Gettysbarg, Pa. C. J. Deardcr^, Orrtanna, Pa. " v ^ Charles V.'agaman (Dr. %'. H. O*Neal Farm) Highland Townshiplfr F, ,L- KJme, Butier Township, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban To-.vnship, R- 1, Gettysburg, Pa., J. H. Kuan (J. F. Kuan Farm) R, 2, Gettysburg, Pa, if t. Joy 'rwp. Jacob Froraraeyer, Straban~ToTmship.' George E. Ilarman, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Sheaier, Straban Towaship. ilrs. Mary J. Vt eikert, R. 2, Gettysharg, Cumberland Township. J. II. P.ex, Box 50, JL 2, Biglerville. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Csunberland Tovmship. Sacaiiel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa., Comberland Township. J. L. Toot, Sirabaa Townsbip. D. L. Jacobs, R. I, Eig?ervi!le, Pa. Butier Township. , Joseph E. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. : Cdward A. Scott, R. 4, Gettj-gburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland ^Township. ". " R-'F. Biddle, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J Re:!e, R. 12, Gettysburg, Fa., Cumberland Township. !.eo Fromraeyer, Mt. PleaSctat Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K. Major, Straban Township. John W. McIIheiiny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. ReberU Seven Stars, Pa. :. \V. EWor.. Bendersv-lle, Pa. "- l^eorge D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. 5 Robert Harner, Greenmount, Pa. ~. Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. O. C. March, Butler Tcv/.ishfp. R. J, Gsttysb-jirg. 1'Has Wo'.ford. ME. Pleasant Townshia. M. L. Sniith. Butler Townshio. Biglerville. J. Edward Lawer, Butler Township, IL R. No. 2, Biglerville. S. -I. Havers'iick, 31. M. Soonseiler farm, Straban-Twp., R. fe, M. E. Freed. Mrs. G. W. Bieseeker farm, Franklin Two., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lett, Cumberland Township. .John H. Sponseiier, (McPherson Farm). Cumberland Township. Robert S. Shul! (J. A. Shull Farm) Franklin Townshin. II. C. Hartzell (J. A. Shul! Farm) Franklin Township.* Jacob E. Hoke. Straban Township. Gettvsburg, R. 7. II. M. Sneeringer, R. 9. Ge'ttvsfanrg, near Bonneaaville, Pa. J. D. Mocse, BiglervHie, Pa. G. F. Basehoar, Gettysburg, Cumberland and Germany Townships. i.oais M«ze!i, Straban Township, Gett'sbarg. R. 7. .\ r . J. Shank.. Biglerville Route "l. T.-F.-Roth, Butler ^ownsaip, Get vsburg Route 6. C- S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Guest. Mgr.) Guemsev. C. A. Ileiges and Mrs. Ii. F. Heiges, Franklin Township II. C. Warren, ilenallen Township. C. H. Rummell on C. L. Osborne farm, Menallen Township. Wm-M. Bigham's Sons, i'reedom Township- . . Win. M. Bigham's' Sons, Libertv Township. ""·Jacob F. Peters, Tyrone Township, R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. " Charles Essick and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. · · J. C. Couison, Butler Townshin. - _ A. S. Whisler, Mfc Pleasaiit'Township/R. 1D' -'*;'· ·"- ' -' Mrs. Clesria A_ Black. R.-JI. Bigleryille,-Pa. -: . -^ " *';.* ^.',- ;,' George Herring,'Highland Township.-"" " --" " - -*·"-"- "* s " \V. F. Herbst. Orrtanna R. 1. , O- B. Sharretts, Cumberland Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. G. E. Stalismith. Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. -Tohn Dick, Hpfracker Farm, Straban Township. Giihert Eudisill, Ctur.berland,-Township, GettysDur^Route"!." ~-\;-,: -T. £. Jacobs, ^Eugene S. Kelly farm. Cumberland Township.' '** J. Clayson Rider. Mt. Jov Township, Gettysfaurg^R. -1; Charles Fidler. (W. El-Golden farm), Rl'X Bigle'fville, TJutler Twp. ?I. S. Mertz. Hamilton Township. (Campbeil and Moyer Farm.) James L. Bigham, Freedom TownshiD, Gettysburg, Pa. " - Levi Cruia, Menallen Township: , t , t . "?-Irs. Andrew Brougn, R. I, Asp'ers, Menallen.Township. L- H. Meals, Cumfaedar-d Township," R. 5/ Getrvsborg., ' " " ' · C. W. Black. (J. Cama Smith Farm) Ii." 2," Gettysburg, Mt. Joy Twp. Wai- H- Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. ' - " George W. Wolf. R. 3. Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Edmund Little, (John Blocher Farm); Cumberland ^Township, ilarris Cook. Menallen Township. · Vt alter C. Snyder, R. 12^ Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Twp., Bayly Farm Edward Redding, R. 9, Gettysburg, Straban Township, A. J. Smith -Famt !1. E. Boyd. Guldens. Pa., Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. Harry S. Trostle, Strabaa Township. ~ *" : Edward A. TrosUe. Straban Township. -John Leese. on Nathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikert. Highland Township, R. JL, Eairfisld. D- F. Batternian, Butler Township. ~ " Shuliz Bros. D. B. Snyder Farm, Straban Township, Gettysburg, P.,O. iicDannel Bros., Arendtsville and Franklin Township, Biglervflle, R. 1." S. B. Bream (F, M. Bream's farm) Butler Township. Calvin R. Snvder, Bonneauville, Pa. Otis Vvalter."(Conrad Walter Farm) R. I, Tiilie, Franklin Township. : P. B. Tv.-isden. Gettvsburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. JJ E. F. Strausfaaugh. Orrtanna, R. l". ~^gi Albert Ilollinger, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 6. · -'if-*! Deardorit Brothers, Tiilie. Pa. Franklin Township. *'~ ~ E. P. Garrettson, Butler Township. John and Frank Garrettson, Menallen Townshio. R. H. Black. R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Mi s. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Route 6. ~~~ D. S. Reynolds, Straban Township, Gettysburg Route 9. ^_~-' W. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R.-3. ~" r . John Groscost, R- 7. Gettysburg. SEraban Township. GarSeld Jacobs, R. 13. Gettysburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff. Highland' Township, (Mrs. H. 3. Moyer Farm). Eoanuel Plank. Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. * E. D. Heiges. Bigierviile Borough- John H. Eckert, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 8. *v"- W. ililler farm (Oscar Bream tenant") Strafaan Township, Gbg. R 8. Mervin Black. BijrierviHe, Menallen Township. Mrs. Martha Recii. near Arendtsville. Waybright Rice. B:~Icrville, Pa. " - II. S. Cromer, Tilt. Jov Township, R. 2, Gettvsburg, Pa. ~ -T 1 John S. Wolf. Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. ~ Clarence Hc-fman, R. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa. T. C- Walter, Butler Towr.ship, R. 2, BigJerviHe, Pa. * Kcbert Withcrow. Cunberland Township. R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank HeiT. Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Eicholtz. Freed Farm, Straban Townshiw, R. 12, Gettvsburg. P*." D. W. Stoops. Highland Township, R.-4. Gettysburg, Pa. J. Martin BVeam, Tvrone Township, R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. H. H. Hart. R. 6. Geltysbnrff, Pa.. Butler Township. Samsel Scmvartz, Mt- Joy Township, Gettysborjr, "Route 3-I. A. Wetze],"(Mary A. Snyder farm) EranMin Township. J. M- Bushman. (Marv A. Snvder Farm) Franldin Township. J. W. Tate, Tyrone Township," R, 4, New Oxford. .i. W. Cook. Mena!"en Township, Flora Dale, Pa. A- I. Osbome. R. 2, Biglervijle. Allen Barnes, (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg; Chas. E. Schultz, (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Townshin, R. 5, Gbj? R^ A. Diehl, (Minter Farm) Butler Township, Star Route, B'iglerville, Pa. John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. " i W. J. Beamer, Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg, R- 8. -^ J. Elaine Bushey. Franklin Township, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. ~~ * Jacob Groscost, Tyrone Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. j w". T. Kov,-ard, Straban Townshio. C. E. Tawney, Mt- Pleasant Township, Gettvsbarg, R. 8. C. W. Toner, (E. A. Crcuse Farm) Mecallen Township. R. H. Idaville, P«. Curtin McGlaughlin (John P. Bait-Farm) Franklin Township. James Sanders, (N. H. Musselman Farm) Hainiltonban Township. Howard Bream, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. ir*^5 AJIen Redding (Robt. S. Bream Farm)" Cumberland Township. r "**"' William J. Eckenrode, Cumberland Township. · ? ~""?? G. G. Griffin. Straban Township, Route 9, Gettysburg. Denton HofF (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butier Township. Harvev Scott, Cumberland Township. Jacob "Boyd, Mt Joy Township. R. 13, Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman, Franklin Township. R. 5, Gettysburg. i D. M. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. "* E. N. Hoffman. Biclerville, Route 2. J. I. Hereter, Highland Township, R. 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, Gettysburg, R. 5. H. M. Trostle, Highland Township, Tiilie Post Office. D. A. Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. i, D. C. March. Butler Township, R. G, Gettj sburg Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. i-~^ \^

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