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are made with. Royal Baking Powder, and are most appetizing, healthful and digestible foods. Rot biscuit made -with impure and adulterated baking powder are not so appetizing, nor ^o wholesome. It all depends upon the baking powder. Take every care to have your biscuit made with Royal, which is a pure cream of tartar baking: powder, if you would avoid indigestion. Own Your Own Home Interest Payment We u-il! sell the nae new brick eight ruom and bath residences on N. Stratton near Stevens street- Gettvs- biirg on the montfely payment plan at the "same price as Tv-hen sold for spot cash- These are up to date houses, with every improvement and convenience- well 2nd substantially built and Ja every respect equ?J to houses selling for 50 percent more money-call and look them over. t Our selling pHn is as follows-10 per cent cash and the balance ia monthly payments which payments include the interest at 5 per cent and a payment on the princlpal-this monthly payment will be SI 5.00 which is the same as tenants now occupying these houses are paying us for rent. Why pay SI5.00 a month rent when for the same house you need only pay $15.00 as a monthly installment and eventually the house will be yours? This is the easy opportunity of your life to get a nice hoine of your own and stop paying rent. Apply to Gettysburg, Fa. THIS STOVE HAS BECOME FAMOUS for its heating quality \dtli a snialJ consumption of coal. In addition to this, which is the essential reqmrement of any heater, it is especially noted, for its attractive appearance. We will take pleasure in showing it and explaning its full merit at our vvharercom. H.T. anng r of o!d Heading frei^hr station in Luilc for v.erir occ;;i-:a! l-.v Straws^icker Co. Dec. 2--Lecture. Dr. Charles W.; Impotent Rage, i "It has been a long time since I | have read any contemporaneous j poetry that moved me to tears.'' "Only Dec. 8-14--Pickert Stock Company, j the Gther day j read a poen i that | moved me to tears." "How did it : saove'you so?" "I wept because I f couJdn't get at the author/"--j Dec. 19--"The Shepherd of the Hills." j j, am Age Herald. Stork. Brua Chapel, Walter's Tlioatre JOSEPH P. TUMULTY. i-atest Photograph cf Pres-cJsnt | Wilson's Private Secretary. i Medical Advertising Kill CatjjtrJi. -; ·^ -- i -. - : Apjers.ons;are -warned, not to trespass xm-, ... flOU Try the sure and most effective way to reach the rav/,- tender icflaaed mu- f l» Rnf)?f "UntGC- Cnr COU3 membrane-infested -with catarrh, III DUail ?UU»3 rOl ;ger.-rs--use HycmeL You breathe it-;no stomach dosing.- "" ' if you suffer from raising of mucus, rating thVlaws'of, the' commonwealth, with* regard to tr the'undersigne? -will be dealt^tk under-the provisions of tfceA f S Q . ~ ' ' " - - s ' - ' . ^ EVESY ·oat or "any- other symptoms of es- \ | disease gersis in the nose, throat and P«an to Open Su^ 3 e Schoo! and Appear Before Congres- Drug S"core. "Voles for Woiae'n."* fctirTragists from J every state are 'fioekteg to the capital j I lor a. mammoth* coaveatlon, '.vhich. 1 opened, today and jriU coat:nue lor a week. - /"" ~. Visiis to Pf esi«!eat V.'I^son. hearings glBL SKIRT TIGHT m CAR Workmen Aid Miss at Muddy Baltimore, 1TM Xov. 29. -- ^Passengers en an eastoound Gilsiore street car ivere asLronisheci when the car reached Faycte street and Fremont aveime to see a handsome young wo- 12211 shoveled aboard the car by two burly workmen. The reason for the unusual procedure v.-as the fact tact the yoang v.-o- a:an wore such a na.rro~ skirt that she vvas unable 10 reach the step. Hur- r;-ing across the mud-covered street co catch the ~aitlng car, she tiid noi notice that the street had been, dug up ~here the car had stopped and that the step was quite high TO reach. Several times she tried to reach the step, Srst frith one toot, then the ether, anti each, time she failed owing to the lightness of her skirt. 3IucJs embarrassed at her predicament ana by the gaze of the passengers, the young , woman was. abeut ready to vralk, when the workmen came to the rescue. They had been ~aitlEg in a catch close to the ear and were among the interested spectators. Forming a. plat form with- their sho~eis, on which she "-stepped, they lifted the young --woman aboard -the car. SHOT AS SHE OPENS DOOR 5u:!st Hits "A'cman ss She Steps From Her Home. ' . · Trenzca, X. J-. Xcv. 29---iIrs: Itara Balderston. wife of Ernest Balderszon, · of Xewtown. Pa., sict as she siepped iO ine bac-U door of her some, liss ia -e ilercer iiospital m a critical con- c:acB. The vrooan left the breakfast taole to do an errand- As she opened the back coor there was a loud, though distant, report, and she sereasaea. Her t'csoand sad cniiaren rushed to her sice. A ballet had entered her soay. The surgeon located the bullet by the aid of an X-ray. It lies directly over zhe heart. The authorities are for rSe man -who fired t shot. WALES 1VIAY V1S!T PANAMA K:r-g George Considering Suggestion Tnat Prince Attend Canal Opening. Loncen. Xov. ±3.--A suggestion that be Priace of Wales should attend the oOci^I opei::n§ of tiie Panama canal ;s under consideration by Kins George, :; is reported, to offset the ni-feeiia? caused, ay the refusal of Havana to participate in the Paaaiaa-Paeific Exposition at San Francisco. Hon. TlTl'Sia George Cadogan. The aide-de-camp to the Prince of "Wales, says: "As far as - Iniow there Is ac Irulh in the statement." Washington to Have '"Spugs." Washington. Xov. 2S.--'Washington "spugs" are to be organized next TTed- cesday. wiion Mrs. August Belmont, Miss Anne Morgan. 3Irs. Champ Clark and Miss Gertnjfie Robinson Smith, of Xew York, will address a raass meeting here. The "spugs" comprise the Society for the Prevention of Useless Giving- started by Sirs. Belmoat last year. WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Observations of United States weather bureaus taKen at S p. m. yesterday follow: Temp. Weatiier. Albany Atlantic City-Boston Buffalo.,, Chicago Xew Orleans-- Xew York Philadelphia St. Louis Washington 3-i 53 42 44 48 68 47 48 GO 48 Snow. Cloudy. CsOEdy. Cloudy. Kain. Rain. Cloudy. Rain, Rain. Eain. The Weather. Unsettled today and tomorrow; east tvinds. Walter's Theatre. SPAPFRnrfCn NOTICE: all road tax of 1913 must be paid by December 1st 63- order of Board of Supervisors. II. C. Shryock. --advertisement Ise'cre the coagf%sicnal on constitutional amendments to en- 2'ranchise ·a-onien^ addresses by senators and jrepresentaiives and such leaders c* the cause of suarase as M'ss Jaae At-danis.-'Dr. Anna Howard Sba-.v, Senator Helen Iting Robinson, of Colorado; Mrs., ^iedil! McCor-xsick, ili-s. Carrie Chapman Can, Mrs. EJia 3. Stewan and Mrs: Catherine \Vaagh McCulIough svili, feature a v/eek of meetings. Such organizations as the Xatioaal American "Woman's Suffrage associa- ticn, tbe XatlonaL CoHege Woman's Suirage association, the Congressional Union, the Woman's Political Union of Xevr York and the ilea's .League for Suffrage ·a-ill be represented. Fresh from victory in Illinois, the suffragists \ri»i condjiet a celebration of their triuraph and urge congress. by amending the constitution to extend the ballot to wdmea. voters ia all the states. Although, the formal meetings o£ the convention do not open until Monday. the Collge Women's association and the Xational American V.'onian Suffrage association tad a joint session today and plans for the opening of the safiraare school, vrhich trill open under the auspices of the Congressional Union on Dec. S. Immediately at the c-iose of the convention, -will be perfected. T.ecttires. morning: afternoon and evening, ivi!! be given suSrage workers for the advancement of their cause. The "an: of lobbying" vrili be expounded in six lectures by Mrs. Shertaan K. Booth, who \vas a foremost worker in Tvinning the Illinois victory. Automobile campaigns, streei meetings. "How to reach the man voter."' "Suffrage t as it^ afreets the horse." and" other subjects will be created. Mrs. Robert LaFollette will lecture on how to reach the rural voter is a suffrage campaign. The lecturing, ho"!vever, will not be confined ID v/o^iea:^ S)r. Harvey "W. Wiley, Senator Chamberlain^ Representative Victor ilufabcli, Progressive party leader of the house; Assistant Secretary Post, of the department of labor. an3 many other men" of pablic ·ife will address the workers. Xext week's convention, however, promises to deal wjch fhe internal affairs of the organizations, plans for filling the war chest, new campaign's aav, the niaklag of converts. AUCTIONEER Any one desiring the service of A- W. Slaybaugh for the Calling of spring Sale» should give this notice strict attention as I have a few vz cant days in March. Z.J. Peters Guernsey Pa. will answer all'-telephone Messages for me. Beii or United Phone Post Office address Guernsey Pa. STEEL CO. OPENS NEW MILL Bcsserrer Extension to Steelton Plant Finished In Record Tims. Harrisburg, Pa., Xov. 29--The Pennsylvania Steel company put its new Bessemer mill at Steeltoa into operation, the itlaru: having been completed in record tiais. The rail! contains two twenty-ton converters and oae StiO-toa znetal niJxer and ;= in an extcnciaa of the big open hearth mill. --ith direct crane connection between the r^o plants. The start v.-as mads in the presence of several cfncials ar.d it is inierestiag to note that this Kcsreiner is tho third at the plant, lie original Bessemer having been ;he first to make rail steel in this caur.tr,.-. EGGS ON FARM 15G. A DOZEN Women's Clubs !n Kansss City Wage War on Wholesalers. Kansas "Cit;. iio.. XOT. 29. -- The Consumers" 1,935:36- the Housewives' League, tbe Atlienaenia and the "W. C. T. U. are planning to join the ixycott on eggs until prices are reduced. In- est^gaiors for the women's organizations rerorted that the Kansas "ar^ers were being paid only 15 to ^0 cents a dozen for eggs, while the retail price 'm Kansas City now ranges .rora 40 to 45 cents. .GETTYSBURG Frees as,the.'tJeaysLurg warehouse co- re,ted cailj-1?y C. jSikoaWolf, Jr., Sai. ces=or to J. Geo. WolPs cons Co. Per BL Sew -Ihrjr_ Wheat. C T ew Ear Com.'. 05 Oats BET AIL PRICES Per Ivs Badger Dairy Feed Cc-drsu Sprins Bran _____ Hand Packd Bran Cc-ra sst-. Oats Cpop ............... 1.4; Sboeniaiker Stock Food .............. 1 -*· V.'h-ie R-ti Middlings Timothr H"iy". Rye Chop BaUti Piaster. ..!-. Western 5"icur "- * ' Wheat. -. Shelled Core ' New Ear Cora, Oa-s .... ....... $7.50 per ten. Sl.JO pe^ bfai; Per bol. .'ASLSy .-,. ...:6 V .CC- ' Per D« 3Iedical AdTettising it for nasal and dry catarrh, sneezing. coJd la the head, bay fever-or snr complication resuming from chronic catarrfc. Keeps tne bresSun^ passages open, tht^ siring soca£. reslfcl sleep and sioirawi-i.g-. Soothes a^d heals tie iaSamed rnembraaes. riaa tor BOSS bleed. , Get Ko=do="s. tie original and se=ciae Catarrhal Jt^-._ at druggists or direct. 12 saakary fcib2S,2s=oriOc. Sample tree. V."ri:e Eonfion MS«j. Ccu, aiinnespolis, Minn. For sale by People's Drug Store Gettysbnrg, Pa. M. M, reneer Co's We Recommend the Kidney Pills for the KIDNEYS, Blad^ der, Liver, Bowels, Dropsy^ Backache, Rhearcatisai, Ca- tarrliai Conditions etc. A.sk Dealer for a Free Sample FOR SALE by 1 he People's Drug Store New York *'L" i rains Crash. Xew York. Xov. 29.--Xineteen persons were injurea, fosr seriously, vne^ two trains crashed together at he Chatham Square station of the Tblrd arenne elevated line. Fire fol- lowe,: the ec!!;s:ca and oae of the -ars was partly destroyed. The co .isrou was csussd by the failare of the brakes tc v.-orl--. educator a Suicide. COMB SAEE TEA iMTO GRAY Darkens Beautifully and Restores Its Thickness and Lustre at Once Common garden sage brewed into a heaw tea. with sulphur and alcohol added. v,-:ll turn sjray. streaked arse faded hair beautifully dark aisd la-v- -.ar. ai im college, ^rho bad Fept. 9. He had Drov/r:s In Six Inches of Water. Te3ton, X. J.. Xov. 29.--Edward Griffith, church sexton of GroveviHe, vas found dead in a swamp. In cross- ng a marsh lie had become mirsd and o-.iiel in sis inches o: water. Ar. easier vay is to ^et tr.e reaay-ro- use tr»Ji!c. costing about 50 cents a I larsre bottle, at druc store?, kr.on-n as -\Vyeth"s Sage and Sulphur Hair j | Rsmcdy'"- thus avoiding a lot of ^.tss. 1 Whiie vrispy. fjray. faded hair is r.ot! sinful, v.-e all desire to retain our j youthful appearance and attractive- j your hair v/ith j Proof. 'Tatrice and Flora are devoted to each other." ''Are you sure?' "Quite. They use the same nowder rag." ness. By darkening William Allison, SamO. Walters farm, Hamfltonhan township. John D. Riles, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa, CumberlaSd Township. Sirs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. " " -'*''*' D. B. Wineiaan, Cumberland Totrnship. · Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg,'Pa. - , ^ , C. J. Deardorff, Orrtanna, Pa. - - ' , / ' '" yA Charles Wagaman (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highia^Townghqj.- F. L. Kime, Butler Township, Biglerville, Pa. -" *'?' '^"J^T ""^' C. B. Shaak, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. ' ' ^ "*:'"J f H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt. Jacob Fromnseyer, Straban Township. George E. Hansan, P_ 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Batler Township., George C. Shealer, Srrabaa Township. ^*-.-. ,-**y Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland TowaiMp. J. H. Rex, Box 50, R! 2, Biglerville. ^ ' " "** Mrs. Matilda !_ Codori, Cumberland Township. ' " % * Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa^ Cumheriand Township. J. L. Toot, Straban Township. " "~~ · D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, Baglerville, Pa. Batler Township. Joseph B. Twining, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scon, R. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom .Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. ' * " " " " ,, R. F. Biddie. Mi." Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. **' D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. . Leo Frommeyer/Mt. Pleasant Township. " \ Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. £ W. T. MehriEg, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland .Township.^.." Robert K. Major, Straban Township. ~ ' John W. Mcllhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa." " " ~ " - * · G." W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa. George D- Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. Robert Harner, Greemnonnt, Pa. ' " | Harry E. Shriver, Batler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. ''·£ 5, Joseph A. Albert. Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg.- T ' William Coshun, Straban Township. ' -\. Jeremiah Weaver. R. S, Gettvsburg, Pa. ·?,- D. C. March, Butler Township, R- 6. Gettysburg. Ellas Woiford. Mt. Pleasant Township. E. J . L. Smith, Butler To'.vnship, Blslerville. . Edward Law\-er, Butler Tovrnshio, R- R. Xo. 2, 5! . rr, .-, r,:;^ BiglervilLo/*tj: Township. John H. Snonseller, (McPherson Farm), Cumberland Township. Robert S. Shull ( J. A. Shull Farm) Franklin To\vnship. ' - - - · H. C. HarEzell (J. A. Shnil Farni) Franklin To\vnship. -'j. Jacob E.'Hoke. Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 7. ' . H. M. Sneeringer. R. 9, Ge'rtvsburg, near Bonneauvflle,'lPai. ·!*'! r. . ?'.'a J. D- 3Ioose, BiglerviUe, Pa. " ' : ' -;| G. i? . Basehoar. Geth-sburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. - - * Louis Mizeil,~ Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 7. '·'-«---- ^ . - - N.'T. Shank. Biglerville 'Route 1. T. F. RqifiJ'Bufler Township^" Gettysburg Route 6. ' ^ C. S. Griest's Sons (C- Arthnr^Griest. ilgr.) Guernsey. nklin H. C. Warren. Menallen Township. . A. Heiges and Mrs, H. F, Hesges, Fra 'n Township · C. H. Runimel! on C. I_ Osbome^arm/^Eenallen Township. Wm. M. Btghaai's Sons, Freedom Township;.-?' ''A». iv °? ~""^Wm. M. Bighacrs, Sons, Liberty Township - " · - -- J. C- Coulson^Butler Townsnipr" A^ ; S. : Wh?sler;Mtf-Plezskn!rTownship, R. 10. Mrs.".Clesti2L:'A^Black,'JR_ l l, Biglerville, Pa.- George Herring, KighlaiiQ Township... ,» - W: F.-Herbst,-Orrtenca-R."l:-- O. ~ " ' - - - - John Township. - -- · · · - -James L. Bigham, Freedom TownshiD, Gettysburg; Pa. Le%-i Cnmi- JSIenallen ToTmship-"" " ~~^~ ·'"^--- --^j^-- Mrs. Andrew Brough. R. 1. Aspers. Menallen .-TownsMg. "L.'H. Meals, Cumberland Township, R- 5. Get^sSnigr- ' ^_ -G._5v~_ Black_ (J_ Carna Smith Farm)_R_:2, GeEtysfanrg r -Mt- Wm.'H. Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg." George W._Wpii, R^.3, Gettysburg) Cumberland Township. Harris Cook, Menallen Toxvnshin. Walter C. Suyder, R. 12, Gettysburg. :Pa., Cumberland Twp,, Bayly? Fa/jl- Vineerfc Reddling, R. S,"Gettysburg, Straban,Township. ": "- r $'--^£ Edward Redding, R: 9. Gettysburg, Straban Township, A- J. Smith Farnv H. E. Boyd, Guldens, Pa., Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. - r^'* Harry S. Trostle, Suraban Township. , Edward A. Trostle, Straban Township- - , '_, John Leese. on Nathan Brown farm,* Straban Township, Gbg. Route ' Mervin I. Weikert. Highland Township, R. 1, Fairfield.- - · D. F. Ba'uterman, Butlfcr Townshin. -" "·' ~ Shultz Bros- D. B. Snyder Farm.'Straban Township, Gettysburg, P. O. _ McDannel Bros., Arendtsville and Franklin Township, Biglerville, E. 1. S. B. Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) xsutler Township. " ~J- Calvin R. Snvder. Bonneauville, Pa. ^*~ Otis Walter, "(Conrad Walter'Farm) R. 1, Tillie, Frankfiri Township.'-'"'" P. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Townslupv : -F E. F. Strausbaugh. Orrtanna, R. 1. -vT Albert Hollinger. Cumberland TownshiD, Gettysburg, R- 6. Deardorif Brothers, Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township. £. P. Garrettson, Butler Township. : · John and Frank Garrettson. Menallen Township- ' " · ~. ] R H. Black, R. 2. Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Mrs. Daniel Miller. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Route 6. D. S. Reynolds, Straban Township. Gettysburg Route 9- W. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 3. John Groscost. R. 7, Gettysburg. Straban Township. Garneld Jacobs. R- IS, Gettysburg near Barlow. Dorsey DeardoffF, Highland" Township, (Mrs- H. S. Moyer Farm). Emanuel Plank, Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. £,. D. Heiges. Biglerville Borough. ' John H. Eckert, Straban Township, Gettysburg. R. S. W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Srraban Township, Gbg. R Mervin Black. Biglerviile. Menallen Township. * Mrs. Martha Reed, near Arendtsville. Wa% - bright Rice, Biglervilie. Pa. H. S. Cromer, ilc. Joy Township, R- 2, Gettysburg. Pa. John S. Wolf. Straban i ownship, R. 7, Gettvsburg^ Pa. Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa." J. C. Walter. Butler Township. R, 2, Biglerville, Pa. Robert Witherow. Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. f rank Herr, Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank EJcr.olts, Freed Farm. Straban Township. R. 12. Gettysburg, Pj D. W. Stoops, Highland TownshiD, R- 4, Gettvsburg, Pa. J. Martin B"ream,'"Tyrone Township. R- 3, Biglervilie, Pa. H. H. Hart, R. 6^ Gettysburg, Pa,. Butter Township. Saniuel Scnvrartr. Mt. Joy Township. Gettysburg, Route i. J. A. Wetzel, (Mary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Township. J- M- Busbman. (Mary A. Sn-vder Farm) Franklin Township. J. W. Tate, Tvrone Towr.ship.'R. 4, Xew Oxford. J. W. Coo Towr.ship, Flora Dale, Pa. Wyeth's ?age and Su:phur. ixo cr.e c-r. tefi. because it does it so naturally, so ' evenly. You just dan'.pen a sponge or sofc brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by mornlr.ir nil gray hairs hr.ve disappcarf-ri. After unother qj.plicaucn or two your bnu- becomes, beautifully dark, glossy, soft and lux- j uriant and you appear years younger. A. I. Osborae, R. ~2, Biglerville. Allen Barr.es, (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township, R. 13, Chas. E. Sehultz. (Gilbert Bucher Jfann) Franklin Township, JR. 5; Gbg"r R. A. Diehl. (Mmter Fans) Butler TownshiD, Star Route, Biglarvills,- ea. John B. Eiker. Cumberland Township, R. 12^ Gettysburg. Pa. : ~ W. J. Beamer. Straban ?r.d Mt. Pleasant Townships. Gettysburg, S. SL J. Elaine Bushey. Franklin Township, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. Jacob Groscost, Tyrone Tovrnshsp. R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. V. T. Howard, Straban ToTrr.ship. * ^? C. E. Tavme-,-, Mt. Pleasant Towisnip, Gettysburg, R. 8. C. W. Toner, (E- A. Crouse Farm) Menallen Township, R. R. Idaville, Pat Curtin McGJaughiin (John P. Butt Farm) Franklin Township. .^/ Jarnss Sanders, (X. H. Musselman Farm) Hamfltonban Township. "* s Howard Bream, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettvsburg, Pa. ^ Allen Redding (Ro~bt. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. William J. Eckenrode. Cumberland Township. s I -*^G. G. Griffir. Straban Township, Route 9, Gettysburg. ' "·. - !v Denton Hcsf (Rufus Lawver Farm) BuUer Township. -^ Harvev Scott. Cumberland TownshiD. ~ ~ .,- Jacob Boyd, Mt. Joy Township, R. 13. Gbg. (Wflliani Cromer Fann).^* S. F. Bushman, Franklin Township, R. 5, Gettvsburg. '·£' D. M. Hoffman,' Biglerville, Route 2. "" ·*·*? E. X. Hoffman. Biglerville, Ro-:te 2. , *j J. I. Hereter. Highland Township, R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. '%% Ernest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 3, Gettysburg, Fs David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M. Shindledecker, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 5. f i . M. Trostle, Highland Township, Tillie Post Office, !.X A. llankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. D. C. March." Butler Township, R. 6, Geitj sburg Robert M. Eldon, Aspers. . ,

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