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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES Published Dally Except Sunday line* *a4 New. PnUicMmr Company 3B I tf 4V. JUAVCKIS HAFEB, Secretary and Treasurer PHILIP E.JBZKLE, Editor RATES Single copies to non-subscribers, 2 cents. HUERTA'S RULE IS OTTERiNO iebtorsbip in Mexico Will Soon Collapse. ·* "t*ii dayt after" your money is received at The Tiroes untce. Gettysburg Pa, as .ecoad-dTM. matter, ' Congress March 3, 187V. IM REBEL VICTORIES! SAYHES SAiL_FQR EUROPE Wfite Kouse.Bride snd Groom Leave ! on Wedding Tour. j New York, Nov^S.--Mr. and Sirs, j Francis Bowes Sayre. "thp " w iltsr : House J bride and groom, sailed lor Europe tMs morning on the George Wasting^ ton. It is said that ibey will first visit jLondou, going iaier to Paris and Berlia. The length of their stay abroad; has not been announced. They were I accompanied to the,pier by President i ! \VHson ai-d illss Eleanor Wilson. » ! The ce-.vly* rcsrried pair were ac- comijanied lo^Kew York yestercay oy the president, Miss Eleanor Wilson.; EftLTY 00, WALL g|gQgjygf For$25,- Goocern. IPTfflH · A U l i U R Burned and Federal BELL PHONE UNITED PHONE rm^Tup- ~sv--«--£: ~«-~i~-*~~ ii^-sr- to ---*^ of C«tr. TiiS PAPER REPRESENTED FOR t-OR£iC-t- - ,, ADVERTISING 3Y TH£ GENERAL OFFICES NEW YORK AND CHICAGO Is cers Put Train and Massacre of 309 Men and 100 Women Reported. Mexico Citj, Mex., Xov. 29. -- Ke- 'Dr. Gary T. Gra\soii and tne presi: ! dent's secretary-. Joseph P -Jf a ^ New York Rea! E^securlty Com-! of Carlisle. Epworth League at 6:15 p. Off-: who attended ibe Arm; CHURCH NOTICES CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Strattori Street -CKurcfif {3u School, »:30; preaching, 10:30 ,7:00. Friends Grove: Sunday School, . 9:30 ; preaching, 10:30. ! ST. JAMES LUTHERAN * Sunday School at 9:15; -preaching: sat 10:30, subject "The Story of the JSeas"; Christian Endeavor at 6; i preaching at 7, subject, "The Biggest JMan between Calvary aad Round '.Top." , METHODIST v Mrs! L. iL^LeaH, of^East Middle Sunday School at'3Qja.*J».; preach- j stree t, is spending*some lime in Westing at 10:30 by Rev. H. H. Lippincott, j ra j nsterj 3jd_ Edward Ross is visiting in Hanover PERSONAL NOTES AND BRIEF ITEMS Paragraphs cf Mews Tel!in§ cf the Happenings in and about Tow? People Visiting Here and Thast Sojourning Elsewhere. afternoon. · ,. ,, . Country by Sale of Small Bonds. i L. Dov.- Ott, pastor. EPISCOPAL A DOUBLE ELOPEMENT i JCew Yok, Xov. S9. -- The New York } · Keal Estate Security company, vs'bica, j ser- ports of Federal disasters in all parts of the republic indicate that General j Hyena's ciciatorship is crumbling- j I The most conservative of observers j ! here say that CUrisuaas will see a, douWe 1 new government JK Mexico City. j It is believed that Kuerta see= the I hacd'A riting on the wall, but is de- Two Sisters Wed Uncie and Nephew ] wish the exception of the Asior estate, j af St'-iton, Md. Elkton. MtL, Nov. 29.---A started s-3:re moniJUs j is the biggest holder ot real estate in romance! Xew York city, has failed, ego ia". An involuntary petition ia baak- i - ·· Sunday School 9:45; morning: 10:30; evening- service 7:00- COLLEGE LUTHERAN A. E. Wagner, D. D., pastor. 9:45 a. School, Irvin L. Taylor, sn- j j_, ^ iaiViSliia *-t?v *.·· J .All 111* ViUlI«.«ii v e«;*.»^ivii *-* «.---- . ^ - · « « -- - *terminated in i|n«pey was filed la the United States j permtcndent; 10:4o a^ m morning TO OUR READERS Democratic, Prohibitiom, or . 2 D e r and which, is strictly non-partisan. Otir »dvertisniz-colainns are open to aU caadidstes of all parties. to bij tie things po pel NEW EAGLE HOTEL *C*p»citr 400 Sooma -with batk mm «olt« flam A McConomy, Prop's. WILLIAM E. ZIEGLER Expert Electrical work. Repairs aad sapplies. 12 Carlisle St. Phone 94 Y. ~ \ 2 Trimmer's 5 and 1.0 cent Store. I 'While they last! Tery 'special lot j of Ladies' collars. _~ - L . CHAS. S. HUMPEE Proof Storage-for FnrBitcr* and Goods rtored y ^length of tim*- 1-j" KICE'PRpD'UCE ]- Highest Caih. Price* Paid for mtt Tim'ei W. TJPTON j teroiaed to fight to the last. It is his j policy to crush every suspected person vk ithin his reach. Fifty cases of typhoid fever were reported ia Mexico City. Conditions in the capital are becoming alarming, food shortage is more was at first believed, and become famine-stricken. Reports from Tampico say thai Vic- I coria, capital of the state of Tamauli- ! oas, has been razed and looted by the j rebels under General Pablo Goazales | aad Genera! Jesus Carranza in the ! face of an expected attack by the I combined Federal forces under Gen- j erals Guillenno. Xavarette and Oear- j anze. i The reports indicate that the rebels i were thorough in their destruction of = the city, leaving no stone upon anoth- | er, burning all houses and using dy- i namite in destroying anything that · resisted the Sames. i Blood and family ties did not avail co halt the vengeance of the Consii- tptionalists when Federal officeholders fell into their hands at the capture of Victoria. State as "ell as Federal of- Gcials "were executed -without quarter. Among those slain was a young civilian, cousin of Enrique Cabaliero, a leader o£ the rebels at Victoria and one of the chief lieutenants of Venustiano Carranza. The young civilian was condemned to die because he had helaed the Federal troops to defend the" city. A further movement of rebel troops froin the district of Victoria' toward Tampico is. reported. The telegraph wires were cut. at Gonzalez, sixty miles northwest of Tampico/" By the capture and desn-ncnoii* of Victoria the rebels have attained com- nephew The couple; Miss Elizabeth Curtis and Carl A. ; pany owns §^5,000,000 worth of prop- Keigbt and Miss Leola Curtis, all or j eri y iu Manhattan and The Bronx, iiaaasnuan. i Judge Hough appointed James Ro- Howard Height is the uncle of Carl j seaberger receiver for the company A. Height and lire brides are sisters. 1 under a bond of 550.01*0. Xo statement Thev were man-led by Rev. AY. T. j of liabilities or assets was made in Quigg, of Elkion. The r.vo couples | rh e application. The company, which eloped* from ilaaasouan in an auiomo- j v ,-as formed with $3,930,000 capital, t -· * « ^;«.«.*3 tf~.«w.4i-« fni- 5r«? rtT"l!T£f i*T IflTI?? is. HARVEST to SHOES BUYERS You will find on our Bargain Tables shoes of well known lines which we have dls-continued. W. H. Douglas $3.50 and $4.00 shoes at $1.98. Others reduced to 98 cents and $1.48. Ladies LaFrance $3.00 Shoes, Now $1.98. Childrens Shoes were 50 cts and $1.00. Now 19 cts and ^48. .C. B. Kitzrniller MAN KILLS BUCK AND DOE AT ONE SM has raised funds for its operauoas j chfefiy through the sale of bonds i «Tiiill lcnrminfT!0"S thrOUSaOUt th liiiS'dlf FlflSu Pays S100 Penalty. the United States. The officers of the company are: Thomas B. Hidden, president; AV. E. CaiI!?nrJ r vice president; Legare AValk.- Irene Burford leader; 7:00 p. m., evening: worship with sermon by the pas- and Newr OxfqrS for a few days. Prof. *Waitef~Heynolds is visiting at his borne in Hanover over Sunday. Mr. and 3Irs- Levi Bushman are visiting at the r horae of their son, Oscar Bushman, ia Dillsbargr. Frank Quibly has returned to his home in Xew Jersey after spending the summer here. Mrs. Thompson, oZ Chambersburg stree'c, lias returned home after visiting: « York for the past few days. Mrs. A. J- McDonnell has returned to her home on Chambersburg street, tor. Theme: "How to Find Life''. a r ler spending some time with re!a- Strangers always v/elcome. PHESBYTEPJA^iX Re.v. F. E. Taylor will preach at the morning service at 10:30 on "Success", and at the evening service at 7 o'clock on "The Child in the Midst." tives in Baltimore. I_ R. Dean, of Princeton University, is visiting for several days at the home of Prof. Albert Biliheimer, on Springs avenue. Mrs. Mae C. Berger and daughter, GETTYSBL'RG U. B. i iliss Grace Berger, of Baltimore, Sunday School, 9:30 a. m.; Junior j spent Thanksgiving Day with rela- or, treasurer; secretary. The company Charles K. McCarthy, Carlisle, Pa., Xov. 29. -- Because of the ireal: action of a bullet oa the last day of the deer hunting season. R. C. Yocum, of ilap!e:on, near Carlisle, voluntarily laid information against ovrns sixty-six im- propertles, iacl^fiing the ; twenty-story office building at 42 Broadway, wliera i^ headqnarters are .oeated. It aiso owns a. number of modern apartment houses. The value of the property against ·which the company's bonds have heen issued is said to toral between 520.600,000 and 825,000,000, and according :o counsel, the proceedings against the company were instituted as a __ ___ _ _____ Mmself aad paid a Sae of S1GO for j fr?ead?y aciioa to protect the bond- shooting a doe te had aot aimed at. Yocum had siaiioned himself at one bolders. 'The company owns a. great number nlete control of. oae of the^two ea- trances.to, Tampico. aaa thelme-oi ret - oE the deer crossings on the mountain j o ? valuable parcels of improved prop- near his home, v.hen a large buckj ert i es in New York city, which are passed. He fired and hit the animal, j subject to mortgage," said the firm's The bullet mortally wounded the buck,; attorney. "Calls have been made oa Vox passed-through its body oa for|ac count of the principal of some o£ raore than IOO yards and kiied -:"ne ^ these mortgages. The company was i snable to replace the mortgages and OH mmters say that such an inci- · was" obliged to" make reduction, on ac- fleet has not Tutherio occurred in the ^oun; ^f~ principal. - -5ilany holders of mortgages have threatened to foreclose because of the non-payment of taxes, and cais proceeding' -wras commenced by certain creslitors for the benefit of all creci- 'sliootlng- annals cf Pennsylvania. Tiseer 'have been seven coaviedons for the" shooting of does in the" Cum- oeriand valley is the season just clos- deac does, however, have- istian Endeavor meeting-, 1:30 ra.; Senior Chris'cian Endeavor meeting, 6:00 p. m.; worship 7:00 p. m. The sermon will be preached by the pastor to the Independent Americans. Subject: "The Sacrament of Service^. Everybody welcome. J. Chas. Gardner, pastor. REFORMED Sunday School, 9:15 a. m.: church service, 10:30 a. m., subject, "Three Xames"; church service 7 p. ia.. subject, "Whs.t to Put On"- The funeral service of Mr. Harry Miller will be held in the church at 2 p. m. BENDER'S REFORMED Unioa Sunday School ar 9 a., m. on Sunday. Worship at 10 a. si. ARENDTSVILI-E REFORMED Ac 2 p. m. Sunday the congregation will observe the Sftieth anniversary of the organization of . the..Board .of Home Missions-1 { I.,. .* l .' - : ~*~ -": BIGLER^ILLE REFORMED ! P- tives in tO T .vn. Miss Marian Blocher, of Seminary Rdge, spent several days this week with friends in Xew Oxford. Mrs. Maurice Mitten and daughter, Elizabeth, of Westminster, spent Thanksgiving: with Mr. and Mrs- Frank V.*. Mitten, Hanover street. Dr. L. L. Sieber left this morning for Phiiipsbarg, Center County, where he vriil spend Sunday. KITCHEN SHOWER Large Gathering at the Home of Mrs. Harry Stock. A very enjoyable kitchen shower was given Mrs. Harry Stock on -November 25. Many useful presents were received. Those present were as follows. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stock. Mr. and Mrs.. Augustus Srougiv - Mr. and Mrs. C.'M.' Stoagh. Mr! and Sirs. Herman Ginek. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Sny- :Miss:onaryjervice/a,Sunday: even.- d er r -air. and 3Irs.-Frank ilarch, 3 ing at 7:30? ; » ~ -^ .-. -'. -'---' -4 a -nc£-3Irs. G. 31: Sa^ensperger, Mr. and ;| BIGLER'vTLLE LUTHERAN ,Uj r£ . Frank Eichoitz. 3Ir. and Mrs. · Sunday School at 9 a. m.; preaching-1 j ohr Ta - e ilr . ant i i lrs . James Mil- tre; that eat o£ the JFeBeral.' fpre~.es is, g __tai it will eaiirelr" eliailaateliS froaT"aay eifort'giade~ia*tne defense of the city. rAaother report received- but not. vet verified, is that a troop traia. carrying 300 Federals, under Ueateaact Pena; 100 women, kaowa^as soldiSeras, maay childrea wno were with -zSe niea. was blown up- by dynaiarte Ise- tweBtt La--entnra and Saa-Salrtadcr, oi ie'Sfatioaal railway.* by careless hnEters. EATS riflviSELF UNCONSCIOUS Man Puts Away 15-Poand_ Turkey, the Fixin's and Then Some. . Bonider, Colo.. Xoy. 20.--As a. result of atteajp-Jsg to Via a §10 wager br devouring a Xtanicsgiviag,.dinner ^oSeient to feed a family of twelve jerscas, C. B. Karris is ia a .semi-coa- scious condiii^a at his home. Wizh T- !s" ' Fergusoa. Harris wa- vived the dyaamitins:. Ti:e -- omea and children were all killed and every sol- cisr was shot. Only oae man. a ra:l- v.ay telegraph operator, managed to escape. The traia t^as tailing troops from Vanegas to Salniio to strengthen tsc garrison. -- hich is threatened -svita attack by hordes of rebels. Governor Cacno, of the state of | Oasara. reports thai ihe rebels froia i ;he srate of Guerrero destroyed the Real Estate "VTe -si '··nld l;ke to a*3-i a fe-sv farco^ to -r.r list of Real Estate sale. If yr.n have any thai you would like i« ?c-li and place. 5n hands of a Heal Estate Agents, we ^5!! be ala-i to handle same for no matter 'svh- tber lanr** ^r saiali or viliere lojatf^l. Or ",f you ·« -tat to :-ny any K?ai E-tat-f-. fsl! on or a Troxell and Swisher Real Estate Agents 104 Baltimore St. Gettysburg Pa. aca Cicv. v."oiaeii helped the men of the iowa jn the defense. After the captr. r s six of the es^omen ivere ms- tiiatea and hanced. vnth seventeen men. to tree= o'itsi'=e the city. . Anotner r»oel for^e- sacted tne to»rn of San ^'onisto. in the state of Paesla, Tbc-y «!ia not c-iea spare the chtircr. ivbicb they looted, after ksllirts: the safrlstan. 3-ich a thing is unusual. churches and priests generally heinj: respected by tae raiders. It is estimated by the American consulate that there are now about I50f Americans in tne Capital, of "vchoni 30C are -n-omen. as compared -with 8000 under normal connitions. tiree loaves cf bread, six large sweet -ocaioes. ? : " cnps of coffee, two btuicbes o? ce'ery. four disces of cranberries, one glass of mint jelly, sis bananas ana one pound of butter, one order of s? .a?a. t~o mince pies and pnaclng -USPEKD SEHTBJCE ON GIRU Young Bride Who Clipped Coupons ', From John.D.'s Bonds on Parole. - 'XeV York. Nor. 25.--Mrs. Evelyn Rutherford, the yovsg bride who clipped coupons.from a .batch of Joaa D. ·Rockefeller's bonds aad cashed theai, to the ansc-uu of $2400 was givaa a ^uneaded - sentence .after pleadia^ guihy cy grand larceay. She was instructed to report onceji week for five :-ears to probation om- cers and to lead a life-of honesty, oa per.alry of several years" imprisoa- meat. Mrs. Rutherford obtained possession of the coupoas while employed as " cierk in the "offices of tne Southern disnos pium with Pacific Railroad company. \Vaen she . resigned recently the theft.was dis- th i eovereu.-After her arrest she r res!ituti \.y 10.a:,m.; Junior Endeavor at 6 p. m.; Senior at 6:45. and preaching- at 7:80. - ; BIGLER^LLE U. B. -Sunday School, 10 a. m.; Communion services a'c 11 a. m. Everybody ·welcome. BETKLEHE1! U. B. Center Mills. Revival services at TrjJO every evening:. Everybody ,welcome. 1 ST. -JOHN BAPTIST ' " .Services Sunday at 11 a. m. and 8 p.,ni- Sunday School a'c 1 o'clock- Public cordially invited. X/ v D. ,Shadney, pastor. ST. PAUL'S A. 31. E. ZIOX Preaching-, 11 a. m.; Sunday School. 2 p. m.; Christian Endeavor. T p. m.; evening sermon, S p. m. AV. O- Cooper, nastor. made tution of the full amount Karris his meal at 6 o'clock ' : -,^ and had reached the o r-" ?oriioa of the mean whea U- S. Warshios Sent to r.lexico. ·\Vasb:ngtt»n. Xov. 29.--The battle- Conn^'-lin::. Kaa?as and Oh!'. of i-be fourth '!iv : s!«-iTs of t'ne Atlantic Sect, now o;j a oni!=e -a the Mediterranean, "^er^ r--"ered by Secretary of trie 'Xavy Dar;is to the cast coast of YTetiro TO relieve the J-O".:s:aaa. Mich- iaaa and Kew Hampshire, now there. Nose And Head Stopped Up From Or Catarrh, Open At Robber Gets 33 Lashes. ton, Del- Xov. 29--Cornelias C. Street, arrested ia Philadelphia several weei-s ago for robbing the homes of Alexis I. Dupoat, of the Dapont Powder company, and "W. Laird, ia this city, and who was f guity, "was given twenty ashes at tfee ·whipping post today. Street failed to win hss fight to hax-e Governor S ^tervene in hi* benalf. L-Kshtping Cs'cuiator Dead. Karsa? f" ~:. Xov. 29.--Ruben Fielii, !be v.-jd»ly ki3wn "iishtninz' calcula- "or. 12 ri°ad at the Jackson county fann. vrh^re "ie had been care-J for since 1?''7. F7e Tras seventy years old. IicifJ reczr .*'~. liis inathemancal ^ow- rr? as a ~'ir of uod. that would !;e *s.l;^r f'O-r. him if ne turned it to WKso'-'s Tviessage i uesdsy. Was'^r.eson. Xov. 29.--Congressional alDrs n-f-^ed Tipon a joint session cf rhe ho*J c ° and senate at i p. m. ca T;:e?aay. T^ec 2. at whicn. President Wilson w:}J read in person his annual MINE FRAUD CASE POSTPONED Boyeretown Msn Is Accused cf Sei-ing Worthless GciJ ans Radium Shares. Reamncr. Pa.. Kov. 23.-- The hearins of v.-ji;iara Wright, of Eoyertov.n, for fraud ia the sale of shares of tlie Gers «old and Radiwni cotnpaay. al- IN" 3.IE3JORIA3I !-gcd to be worthless, was scheduled lo txil.e place resterday before Uaitea States CoKiTOis^":oncr llcarj- Maltz- berse~, irs this c:t. The hearing v.-as rosipoaed. howev- -T. ):nt:i acxt Friday at the same hoar, pi'^a'ion of the soveraor. 3Ir. was nros^nt, 171 conipany -s-irh ?°;. forn:er .Tudze V'jlliani K. . afsl seeine-1 confident of be- In loving- remembrance of our dear husband and father. Frederic A. Asper, who departed this life November 29. 1912. Dearest Husband, just one year ago to-day God sent his Angels, to take you away. From our dear home, we all loved so -well, Oh! how we miss you no tongue can tell. Horae is not home, with father not here, His pleasant smile and greeting voice . r s t . GENERAL MARKETS pini'Tr:; rm.\ -- FLOUR dai 3 ; v-.ntcr S- z~. §3.65^3.0«; city mills, -:ancy ?· '· ' ". i«\ n\*E Fl.orn finn. at ?3.50@3.60 70 YTJIE'.T r%adv- Xo. 2 red. new, ;Z1JS,ff -,·' CO r iX f"~r.- Xo. 2 vc! OATP *fi : Xo. 2 lav. er jrra'"'-s. i?c. POTATOES steady: per bushel, white. . POn.TRT- Live steady: hens. 13@ 14c_: ol'J r*~ -rcrs. Hl512c_: turkeys, IS^ftc D'f~-ed"firm; choife fowls. IS'-.: o'J rj-.-ters, 10c.; turkeys, 23 fancy creamery, ^c'CfJ. 45c.; near- . BUTTER ^nict; 7c v*r '" EO1? -'rn- y: F My Cleansing, Healing; Balm Instar.th ; absolves bv the heat of the nostrils: Clears Xose. Head and Throat-- pe-.earates" and heals the inflamed, StopsJNasty Catarrhal Discharges. \ swollen membrare which lines thi . Dali Headache Goes. au' · rose, head and throat: clears the j assage?: stops nasty discharges and r ', feeling of cleansing", soothing reliei Get a small bottle anyway, just te comes ii^mediately. try it--Apply a little in the nostrils | Don't lay awake "to-night struggling end instantly your clogged nose and | for breath" with head stuffed; nostrih ^lopped-up air passages of the head j cso^c-d. hawking and blowing. Catarrh Will" open; you ^dll^ breathe freely; , or cold, with its running nose, foul dullness and headache disappear. By ! rr.ucojs cropping into the throat, and , morning! the catarrh, cold-in-hesd o:-; raw drynevj is distressing but truly' CBtarrhal sore throat will be gone. j needless. --End such misery now! Get the smali Put your faith--just onw--in "Ely'i Cassius M. Clay Dead. Paris, Ky., Xov. 2S. -- Cassius M. Clay, president of the Kentucky constitutional conventio nof 1SS9. onetime candidate for governor of the state on the Democratic ticket and prominently known throughout ths south, died here. He was a graduate of Tale in tbe class of 1S66. He was reventy yesr*» of age. L-vc Stock Prices. CHIC ·· '.O-- CATTLE firm; beeves S'',.'"t'f!'.- ~ ' Te^as steers, S-J f »'ai.60: ^tockc=- .-r.n feeders, S4.SOg;T.4!: f-ors a-,; . f crs, $3.35 1? S.I 5: calves. " ' " HOGS light S710@7.70; . ni::.e:. ?~."-,r 7.SO: heavy, S7.C5G.-Sj: |ro-.ir v - S7 - "i T.So: pigs. So@7; buiK bottle o£Ely J s Cream Balm" at any irug store. This sweet, fragrant balm Cream li.-.hn" and your cold or catarrt will surely disappear. __ _^ fci " s«- Close. ·*· ' "Is Charlie much of spender?" i "The only thing I ever saw him spend vras an evenicjj out at the house." 'SHEEP sie-idy; lambs weak^ nat|ve Truth About Many a raau who is credited with being v.ise enough to ksep sileut, is really growing knovtiedgg it, de but won't ac- NT HANDLE_SKUNK SKIN ·jrg. Pa., oPstmaster Kicks U Into Street. Isarrisb-i'c;. Pa . Xo-., 20.--rostmas- cr F. M A*land. o' PIHsbi-rr. decl-n- ccl to has-ile some r,arccl post mail. It was delivered to iis ofnce by «h-i .-.lasrc- froro Frankllniown. and consict- ed o£ a skr.ak s'-::n. duly placarded- The postmaster k:ekcd it into the street, refusing to have it in bis office. Kills Herself Pa.. W:th Scissors. ?nva!5d ATest Chester, Pa.. Xov. 23--}Iiss mia Steven?, nfly-c.snt years old. of Philadelphia, an inticaie rt the James C. Smith M"n30rlai borne at Oak- bortrne. was found clpsrt =11 a bathroom. She had V-c'l to d~aih from a seir- !i5fiicted wosiafi in tbe neck, nrotlaced ·v scissors. She hai he-n an invalid was so dear, God loved him too and though't it best To take him home with him to resr. Dear Husband, we hear your voice no more on earth, Though we cannot see your face, thy memory we still cherish, Till we shall meet you face to face Around God's Heavenly Throne of Grace- Rest father rest- from all thy pain, Thy sufferings now are o'er. And Oh! a brighter home than ours In Heaven is novj thine own. By his wife and daughters.--advertisement himes, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Haverstock, llr. and Mrs. Jesse 3!iihimes, 1-Ir. and ilrs. Harlej- "Wagner, ilr. and Mrs. Herman Beamer. Mr. and Mrs. "Roy JBoiiinger, 3Ir. and 3Irs. Charles Hillnmes, Sir. and ilrs. Curtis Swope, !Tr. and ilrs. Edward Bollinger, Mr. and 31rs- Luther ilinter. Mrs. W. D. Taughinbangh, Tvlrs. G. F. Trimmer, Mrs. A-'F. Sanders. 3Iiss" Mary Beam- sr. 3Ir. Erwin Guise. 3dth Snyder, Paul Rhodes. Leona Rhodes. Clarence -Stough. Katfcryn Charles Snyder, Besse Rhodes, Elmer Shyder. iiyrtle Beamer, Lloyd Garretson, ilary Snyder, Luther Thomas, Hosie Routsong, Raymond Thomas, Georgianna Trimmer, Clalr Bond, Lettie Gaise. George Milhimes. Ethel Thomas. Edward Taughinbaugh. Esther Taughinbaugh, 3Iervin Decker, Tvlary March* Ncely Taughinbsugh, Sadie Milhirnes, George Tawghln- baugh. Anna Eicholtz, Harvey Hoffman, Beulah Eicholtz, Paxton Reniclt- cr. Beoiah McKonley. Hofaerc V/olfe. iledia Stock, Merle Sanders. Grace Guise. Anna Coiestock. Minnie Have-stock. Alia ilinter. Hazel Sayder, 3Iae Beamer. Lindora Wagner, Marion Minter. Bessie Swope. Martha Minter, Harry Hulick, Earl Coiestock. John Jlilhhnes. Howard Bollinger. Maurice Wehier, Harry Bream, Mark Stock. Lawrence Fidler, Charles Stough, Jphn Ginck, Curtis Ginck, Guy Thomas. Earl Snyder. David Taughinbaagh, Roy Eicholtz, Cletas Milhimes, Ealph Milhimes, Clarence McKonley, Chester Barg-ert. Charles Swope. George Swope, Roy Swope, William Bupp, Charles S tough. DAYS HARD LUCK Uctwrns to Work after Several Months' Absence. Is Soon Injured. for several years ana came S--Jth home to raospcraie. " to the Sack Broken 10 Years, Man Dies. Scranton. Pa.. Xov. 2S. -- TVHIsaos Price died at tne State hospital after suffering for ten years from a broken back. Price was inSared while at work in the mines. When he entered the hospital it was said that he could no'- Ure"through the day. Suined by the Tariff. "Does your line'of business depend on the tariff?" "Very largely. 1 am a caiipaign orator."--Washington Star. To have his thumb torn ofr by a circular saw, a half hour after returning co work at the Penn Box factory McSherrystown. was the unfortunate experience of Frank S. Poisi. early Monday morning. Mr. Poist had worked at the factory for several years. About two months ago he decided . to get outside work and secured a position wfch George F. Bender, tinner and rlumber. After working there a short time he made up his mind to return to the box factory- The unfortunate young man had hardly begun work when he met with tiie accident, Dr. A. C. Rice gave the necessary surgical attention. "Where are yon going, my pretty Ksaid?" "I'm going slioppins;, kind sir." sht said, "for every day that I delay means more trouble. So I'm on my way.*' DESERTION CASE Clarence Heagy* was arrested on Thursday by Charles H. Wilson charged with desertion. .NFWSPAPFRf .FWSFAPFR!

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