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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. VoL XIL No. 52. Gettysburg, Pa-, Monday, December 1st, 1913. Price Two CeaUk HAVE YOU SEEN THE New Short Stiff Bosom Shirts? We are showing them in the Corner Window; the new feature about them is that the bosom is set underneath instead of on the top, thereby making a practicalle summer shirt minus the starch. The bosom is small and short and \vill not catch on top of the trousers. The newest ~ sh?des of P ink and Brown, also the staple colors. The cuffs attached or detached. The Price $1.00 and $1.50. ] ' : Remodeled Church is Reopened with j Battlefield Guard and Veteran of the CATHOLIC CHURCH REOPENED SUNDAY WILLIAM LADY SUNDAY , Elaborate Services which will! Continue throughout the Week. Forty Hours Devotion. Civil War Died at his Home after a Brief Hlness. Funeral will fee Held Tuesday. : ECKERTS STORE, "Q- the i j After four months' labor consumed \VUliam Lady died on Sunday after- · in beautifying the interior of St. j noon at 1:15 afc " }}ls nomfc on Stesp.wehr Francis Xavier Catholic church, at a ; avenue age i 75 years, 0 months and | cost of $3000,. the church doors were 124 days. He was taken ill with an at- WALTER' | with 'che general of the in-; }j; 3 home where terior are the admiration of all who' enter. The altars are painted white j he grew weaker. Mr. Ladv had been gradually in the govern- ED ISOX BIOGRAPH OBJECTIONS OVERRULED . Farce comedv featuring BlJiich S»veet. BLACK AND WHITE BIOGRAPH Farce Comedy. A MISTAKE IN JUDGMENT EDISON COMEDY DRAMA ] with onyx pillars giving them the ap- | menE employ for the past fifteen years, jpearar.ce of a Carrara marble. Thcj t h e « 2St \hree of which were spent as BIOGRAPH · Stations of the Cross and the statuary i a «ru art j on t },e avenaes. BIOGRAPH , are painted in cream color and goldjc;°-ii \\K ~ vf-roran anf? I blending beautf ully with the color 'scheme cf the entire interior. Ke was a ;i \\ ar veteran anci a memaer of f Corporal Skelly Post £·. G. A. R. He thoa; with their mistake. A WOMAN IN THE ULTIMATE BIOGRAPH DRAMA, Show starts 6:30. · Admission 5 cents. Benefit of Fire Comoanv. A Four Act Drama "THE DUST ' OF '·«» THE EARTH" ·a ith a cast of haract^rs by Local T:de:it. Thursday December 4, 1913. i enlisted on November o. 1S'J2 in Cap- j The sanctuary is tiled in white v.-ithJ^ir, j acob ^_ pianks Co. D, 165th la small green design to break the j Pennsylvania Regiment, and served 1 monotony of an ali white appearance i und i j uly 2 s, 1863 when he was honor- j while the aisles and plane before the | sanctuary are covered with a plain green V.'ilton velvet carpet giving a very rich effect. The sen-ices opened Sunday with a j Solemn High Mass with the following iprlests assisting, celebrant, Father ably discharged. Mrs. Lady died about eighteen months ago and he leaves two daughters, Mrs. George W. G. Heagey, and Miss Laura Lady, both a: home. Funeral Tuesday afternoon at two I o'clock from his lale home, conducted P H O T O P L A ] Paradise. E.CE.SU z.s ouu-jueacun. ^iicer i -*· j the mass the exposition of "Lhe Blessed ] KSSVXAY i Sacrament took place which wz Norman Arthun infant son of Mr- died at his .s pre! and Mrs. Charles Myers. J'lS LORDSrill*. 15ILLY.SJIOKK .·^ruph (JOHU-dy i the Litany by the celebrant, the re- for !:is !n«;-hip. lit-«s a !ori of [=pons£S being given by 'che choir, who F-i Ir ss a roAb -v nifl won't Ftajj.i for ! n « i - p . ,- a or o iisniWlf, r«'-sthert2Jit wrocgand ra;isaTt-ay v\uli hlstyrewnter. STONE T5IE WOMAN" Sl.nn h-' a-; vo:i w.:li :·- vllf reptile. Give her no word u-ir.i be'T-rtk th-**.-5it,:si:.y of hifinanity. Pnfc iorth a \i a-T his--ill- h.i'»!~tU^ '-rd her CD detract-on and the snon a- or took that hn- han.l to drs-race- «one the i aiso rendered Rosewig's Mass in D | Flat during the celebration of the View Cerae'.ery, Blgierv ilie. Services and interment were private. PATRIOTIC ORDER ATTENDS CHURCH Order of Independent Americars Hears Sermon on Fraternity and Patriotism. Rev. Mr. Gardner Praises Beneficial Orders. A high tribute to fraternity and to fraternal orders was paid Sunday evening by the Rev. J. Charles Gardner in his sermon to battlefield Council TIT. Order of Independent Americans. \vhich attended the service in the United Brethren church. Rev. Mr. Gardner had for his text "They helped everyone hss neighbor and everyone said to his brother 'Be of good courage'".' His subject was "The Sacrament of Service"' and i:; opening- his discourse he d\veit at some length on the principles of the order which he was addressing. '"The spirit, teaching and practice of your organization", said the minister. : "are virtue, liberty and patriotism. These are too well known to be necessary to discuss them at any length but it is sufficient to say that the principles of the Order of Independent Americans are for the maintenance and promotion of everything that affects the interests of Americans--to TEMPERANCE WORKERS MET Various Temperance Organizations in the County Hold Meetings and Discuss Topics of Interest One Church Crodsdw. One of the largest and most successful temperance meetings held in the upper end of the county in recent years took place Saturday evening at! the United Brethren church in Big- j Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Plank have gona enects of foreign competition, to as sist its members in all fearful business, vil!e - The most important items of pursuus, and to encourage the public' business transacted were the appoint- school svstem; to prevent sectarianism I in S of local department chairmen and in the public schools and to encourage. their committees. These department? the reading of the Holy Bible therein; j cover « uire a varieJ 3eW - press - F!oY -- tc advocate the placing of the Ameri- er Mission. Railrod. Christian - ·=» j-*-_ - ·* ' . . - .·· on eiery WILL SOLICIT FUNDS «e T-- the I sermon, taking for his Those who .fcljllliui 1«-·- Lti^i :*!.*»· __·- * · - * - i - -The !··*· toai-ht will 'f- f r t^'w b2nefic of the L^ies' Aid o thi Sns of Ve:erans i Word was made nesh and dwelt SI'ETIVL 1XT'\VO REELS TOMORROW NIGKT, . r ^^i iV. . j»ER*', VirAGKAl'lL Carry on Canvass Civic Nurse. for TUE-DAY I'THE INTRU- ' T* t r -«- "i«i tenant- rion tf their h-nr-t- and ·VVithv.M.«JKIJE' CF starts 6.30 · v:n-r h'iir appear^ ?* a:; iufniocr. He wkfe- . n'wktnt: hiniseif and overybody i-ise -S-JLT the leatlingpart. Admission 5c to all. amongst «=". Hi.? discourse was able and very impressive leaving no doubt | on the minds of those who heard him · that a treat was in store for those who j will have the opportunity TO be pre- j sent the balance of the week. Sunday ITIANKSG^VING JXAY~ "·' "· ''" ," GOO! THINGS - * - - · all ver; - enjp\-abie thsy icay- be. There are al^o good things to wear, Specially those included in those essentials .like cravats, gloves, handkerchiefs, fancy vests and hosiery ·»hich all go to make up the lir.e of Soods as sold as furnishings. Selig- lan's have an exceptionally fine line. The Quality Shop WILL M. SELIGMAX The Casn Tailor j evening at i :o'0 vespers" and : don of the Most Blessed · benedic- offered up during- which Father Xo better approvaLcan be given the civic nurse for her.- work, than by hearty support. This'evenir.g between 6 and 7 o'clock a. representative of this cause will call at-every door in tovm and will give every one in Gettysburg an opportunity to contribute Sacrament what each can to carry on this work. ! Brennan preached a strong sermon on ! ''The Seal Presence of Otrr Lord in. \ the Blessed Sacrament" | orornises which Christ showing the made to his 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 stacdar 1 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. H U B E R ' S D R U G S T O R E J. H. HCBEE, Druggist- j followers during His public career and i the motive of love and mercy which j prompted Him to institute the sacra- j mest; of the Eucharist- i The services of the Forty Hours Dei :tion wfll dose Tuesday evening with i a procession of the children followed -, by Benediction of the Most Blessed i Sacrament at 7:30 o'clock- The balance of the week vriii be devoted to the Jubilee services which are prescribed by the chnrch in honor of the decree of Constancine the Great who was the first to grant religious liberty to the = j Christians. H j Father Brennan will preach the en= j tire series of sermons during the week = I ending che services "n Monday mom- =f ; -.g, the Feast of the Immaculate Con= ! ceprion. The public is cordially in= i vited. AT NOR3L4JL SCHOOL i Adams County Pupils at Well Known 1 State Institution. Graceful Lines Beautiful Proportions ' Exquisite Coloring and New Weaves. These, toe undenyins features whicli radiate visibly through, sll our cloths and characterize them smart. . - : . J. D. LIPPY, Tailor. = I The report of the "West Chester = i State Normal School shows Vhe fol- ! lowing Adams County pupils at that j institution: Ruth M- Baugher, Aspers; 1 John A. Kinneman. Abbottstown: Luther M. Lady, Arendisville; C- Raymond 3Iichener, Bendersville: TS1I- ; liam B. Wilson, Aspers. j The report also shows "these former j students of the school to have pront- {able teaching 1 positions: Luther G. · Haverstock, of Biglerriile, at Lykens; · Ira Lady, of ArendtsviHe at West | Chester; Ruth A. 3IcIlher.ny. of Ge't- itysburg. at "West Chester: Ellen J. lOyier. of Gettysbarg, in Maple Town|ship, Delaware County: Esther V. · Peters, of Guernsey, at Plymouth ! fleeting: Friends" School. The second business item of interest was the decision of the L. T. L. tc _ - , . . . . . send the collected magazines and Fraiermtv hcs ciimbea mountains, j , __ , _ ° _ . ,. , . ,-. . v. -j- i. papers to the lork Pauer Comoanv. ·t nas delvea into tne earth, it has ^,, . ·., , ; , " and to inscill ihe spirA cf patriotism \ c in the hearts of the youths cf the land-, ;rt. Homer, Scott. Thomas, ^ ons ills. Topper. Virginia Beard. * e * The following solicitors have been assigned sections of The-town and will meet at Christ Lutheran Church ar 6 ·:his evening to receive instructions: Misses Hollebaugh. Fritchey, Black. Duttera, Mcllhenny. Widder, LQlie rcver. Dickson. Chritzman. Maud Bream. Frances Sheely. Tudor. Kerr. Julia Gilber Maran. Wi Krauth. Carrie Miller, Howard. Everhart. Wentz. Messrs. Ott, Eemir.el. Bntt. H. T- Weaver. Smiley. S. A. Tate, Harnish. Brown. J. D. Buehler. Cullison. Stewart, R. H. Bushman. Iveet. Picking. Bender. A. Holtzworth, Himes. Keith. Stover. E. Grouse. Burger, Shriver. E. Trostle, C. Dougherty. H. Hartman. Rev. L. D- Ott. Prof. Kirby, Dr. Cobean, Messrs. Spangler. McCuIlough, H. 3Idlhenny. G. Black. I. L. Taylor. D. C. Stallsmith. Wean- ar. C. C- Bream. C, Gulp. H. Wentz. H. Shefier. G. Hartman. John Ohler. C. Speese. Please bring pencils. crossed seas, oceans and deserts, it has gone wherever humanity is known to exist that Christianity and fraternity may give aid to the distressed, may help the widow and the orphan and may relies e all those who need it- "Fzacemicy caused the star of ancient Masonry to arise in the East and to appear to the builders of Solomon's temple; fires were lighted in its honor by Foresters and Red Men in Revolutionary days; Odd .Fellows lighted a taper in Old England and Thomas Wilttey caused a ilame to arise in this country; Justice Rathbone sent-for the lamp of Pythianism to weld co-operation with fraternity and Father Up- LETTERS FROM COUNTY TOWNS Correspondents send in if any itens of Interesting News from their Respective Towns. Personals and Many Brief'terns. ORRTANNA Mrs. D. R. Hager spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Poff at HeHam. The plasterers finished their work lerviUe. The auditorium was crowded j on Wednesday at John Stultz's new and some could not gain admission, so! house erected on the foundation of the large was the attendance. The sneet-| one destroyed by fire in August, ing opened with a miscellaneous pro-1 c - E - Siarner has most of his ma- gram rendered by members of the Big- !»nes set up in the planing mill of Servi-le Union and their friends, there j H - *- Spence and has finished the was musk- by the Biglerville Male | frames for A. H. Kready's fine house Quartette and by the Rudisill Quartet 1 vvh £ ch * s S^-S «P »P|^y- of Gettysburg. Three adores made, Rev. J, B. Baker having as his j to Reading to spend some time with subject "Biffs at Booze"; E. P. Miller i ilr - ** M ^s. John Shirey. speaking on '-The Tragedy of It": and j Charles Baumgardner was moving C. S. Reaser on ''The Right and \Vrong End"'. The regular monthly meeting be held this evening at Mrs. Susan ' mon Rif e's, the one front wheel of the Wierman's at 7:30 o'clock. All mem- angine broke through, but did no harm bers urged to be present. :e r " e engine and no one was hurt- Mr, and Mrs. Curlin McGlaaghlin entertained a number of friends at a dance at their home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Herring entertained a party of hunter? at their home near town at a bonteous Thanksgiving dinner. These department? j Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Starner gave a birthday parcy in honor of their daughter, Thanksgiving evening. Allen Kane presented your correspondent with a fine roast of venison on Wednesday last on his return home from camp. During the season 12.897 barrels of apples were shipped from here, while the canning plant received 30,000 bushels or 1,500.000 pounds. The last of the apples were canned and made into cider Friday morning at 10 o'clock. The highest number put up- in. ·* day was 5000 cans. The plant has been very' successfully managed and. has been extremely beneficial to- our town and community. The siding to-' the plant from the main track-is rap-' .comDletior! , k e his hay packer from McClellan Buch- · er"s to John Wetzel's farm Thursday will I n d? when crossing the bridge at Har- A re«nj!ar meeting of the Walter L. hield Americans from the Jecressing j T - L - was held on Saturday at the "· x »_ ^ r- . « T ·*"i"'._ r-.» * . _ _ . . * _ . ._ihome of Mrs. A. I. Weidner, Arendts- L- Qubiic school house Citizenship. Aria-Narcotics, etc. The meeting was well attended and will hold its next meeting the afternoon of December thirteenth at the home of Mrs. C. A. Griest, Guernsey. The regular monthly meeting of the W. CL T. U- will be held at the home of JUrs. Willis Pitzer. at ArendtsviHe. on Tuesday evening, December 2nd. YORK SPRINGS rfc -Springs--fc-W.--Weaver;- church presented to the world the fraternal electric light of the Nineteenth Centurv--the American Order of j . , . .. . -· . , , , ,- _,_ I paiafui exnerience of being shot wn-ie United Workmen, and tne mightiest * - , ,. - , , , has ., been conducting-^the- Pondtowc RolIer-^Mnls Tor the past six: years has sold out his business -and wil" move to Lancaster... "" Charles Prosser, of Latimore ' township. Adams county's oldest resident has been ill the past week. C. T- Lerew had the unpleasant anc WALKED 50.000 MILES Two Gettysburg Mail Carriers Covered that Distance on Foot. Norton C. Miller and F. 3Iark Bream, two of Gettysburg-'s city mail carriers, completed the twelfth year of their service for Uncle Sam on Sunday. In that time each has traveled about 50.1)00 miles on foot, each has carried a total of 290,000 tons of mail and each has carried approximately 4.200.000 pieces. They started on their thirteenth conservabie results have followed in peculiar protection of home, family and country. The fraternal orders of this coun-1 try have in the past thirty years paid i between §600,000.000 and SSOO.000.000' in sick and death benefits--undoubtedly one of the greatest forces for good in the land. There is annually paid in -5-5-5.000,000. all in small sums, and less than ten per cenc of this is needed to maintain ;he orders. Such orders deserve the utmost consideration at the hands of law makers and all others having at heart the public good." Rev. Mr. Gardner continued co show cutting wood on his timber land or Bonner's Hill, near town, on Friday A couple of boys from town shot at a rabbit that was in range and a numbei c Mr. Lerew in the A few days ago Baltzley Bro.thers. ^ left their farm with a fine large'pork-*" 2r'to deliver to H. L- Spence. When the Spence farm "was reached, they found'f :o their surprise an empty box. ··tbe-± porker having escaped along the way ~ n some manner unknown to either of the men. back, inflicting painful, but not serious wounds. Frank Hewitt, of Harrisburgr. has purchased the Meals farm, in Huntington township, from Edward Trump and will plant it in fruit in the spring Joseph Steinberger has sold his fifty-five acre farm to Constable Shealer, of Gettysburg, and Herman Bream, of Cashtown. j J. D. Gochenour has sold one of his farms to Sheriff Thompson, of Gettys- McSHERRYSTOWN McSherrystown--^Lenora. the eigh'c- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JE. Smith, who has been ill with diphtheria, has recovered. The McSherrystown football team, j pulled one over on the Hanover West End team in a game on the Hanover High School campus Thursday morn- ng. when they were victorious by th« score of 19 to 6. The local boys were at their best and proved too much for the West-Enders. Joseph Weaver has accepted a posi- how the spirit of fraternity had | burg, and Rural Carrier prompted men to rise to the defense: Xew Oxford- The new how the same spir.t, had prompted them to enter a captured city not with the sword, but taking instead supplies for the starving inhabitants, and Clara Barton Stoug-h, oi owners will the n't the 100 acres in fruit in THERE EVERY DAY tion in the barber shop of Clarence G. -, Smith, to succeed Cnrtis Little, who _ with her force of noble fellow tebor-, pHpi!s Pcrfect in Attendance during resigned last \veek. AH the diphtheria cases in this section are reported improving and. the quarantine will be raised nest week. A number of Moose from Baltimore, who paid a fraternal visit to the Han- ox-er Lodge on Thursday, visited McSherrystown in the afternoon. Mrs. Agnes Strausbaugh celebrat- . _, , ed her 90th birthday on Wednesdav, The following pupils 01 Pleasant | Xovembe _ 2fch / "Grandmother" the text. | Dale Sch w J. Edna V. Miller^ teacher. | S i r a u s h _ . 3he s fa:nn5ar j y Be the;attended every day during tne wire j .^^ . g a life . ion? res5(!ent of tfals brave advocate of every virtue, the jmontn, Isabelle Oulp. Margie Hum- j coujuy rd t ^ findre life near effective reformer of every vice, thejmer. Laclla Lower Grace McCaushn. ^^^ ^ in thi _ p]acfc H erbirth- unSinchir.g destroyer of every false- jVerna Hummer. Lela Culp, MuneJ j ^ ^ ^^ in a ^ ^^ _, hood, the generous patron of intelli- Myers. Carne S;aybaugh G,enn j ^-^ o / friendg GdlijJJr to extend ence. the watcher oy slandered inno- j Brehm. John OUCK, John fchank. Clyde 1 COJ1£rratalations _ she a so received 3 ers. In conclusion he said, the Third Month. "Lee the Order of Americans march on. Tiaeper.der.t ) You have a j mighty mission. Remember fear God, De manly and fight- year this and their patrons. gpRce _ the %va - tcher oy slandered Inno- j Brehm. John Cluck, John Shank. Clyde j COJ1£rrat ,, latior ^ to whom they have always shown the cen ce. the guardian of childhood the j McCauslin. William Shank, K°i a ^! nmT ; beT of ^ grealest courtesy, trust that they may ,,,;,,==,.,,,n f w-avon to Home, the truide' Hoffman. Gilbert Culp. " "J_ , , - , "" grealest courtesy, trust that they may continue for many more years. NEW PHYSICIAN For Your Horses, Use Dr. Hudson's Liquid Conditioner The Results will please you. SHEELY--DILLER I Miss Diller and Mr. Sheely Married at Wooster, Ohio. OLDFASHIOND MOLASSES TAFFY Mr. and Mrs. B. G- Rhoads announce ] the marriage of their niece, Mary ; Elisn Diller. of Gettysburg, to Jasper 1 N. Sheely, of Greencastle, Thursday, Almond Taffy, 40 cents MX, Bnlternnt Taffy, 50 cents lb. 5 cents lb., Peanut Brittle, 10 cents lb. Ice Cream Taffies, 10 cents lb.-- Fresh Daily at. Peanut Tally, 20! November 27th, at Wooster, Ohio. GETTYSBURG CANDY KITCHEN DON'T forget Emory Zepp's sale on December 2nd, for good cattle, hogs and chickens.--advertisement 1 Dr. Crist Opens an Office Middle Street. On East Chester G. Crist M. D. has opened an office in the house on East Middle street formerly occupied by Miss Lillie inister of Heavers to Home, the guide j Hoffman. Gilbert of orphans, the brother to the poor, j At Boyd's School. Cumberland town- the disciples cf Christ's fioly church, jship. the following were preaci.i every ,-, - . i » 'dav durinir the past month, Elia . . _, ~ . , '-On the Savior s heart rests your,^ j; p ~ , , ^~ - tivuy. 3Irs. Strashaugh sSchultz. Margaret Scr.ustz. and unassailable hope. voar uriouestJoning trust and uncon- ojnas ' A TM e querable love. The blessings of thou- j John Thomas. Raymond I Foulk. John Aughinbaugh. Dorsej i esencs and birthday- cards, which were appreciated very highly. As a proof that she retains a remarkable amount of her former ac- insisted ort ! helping to batcher the following: day did more than her share of th* wors. sands of widows and orphans ave. , . . . been hered upon roar o7d5r. If every ] *«** - »«« Benj.m,n --^ blessing were a flower your order j _would be hid beneath a wilderness o f f McClean. Dr. Crist attended Gettys- j blossoms- Be thoroughly m harmony 1 burg College and is a graduate Medico Chi, Philadelphia. He was for Marj- E. Funu teacher. GREAT SUCCESS of I with God and with your brethren; dwell in tents down here and in the, LETTERS " one year an interne at the Harrisburg Hospital and for the past two years has been connected with the sanitarium at Mont Alto. FOR SALE cheap: two colts six- months old. Jacob A. Kemper, Gettysburg route 3.--advertisement 1 palace of the King hereafter. May each new day be fraught with deeds of love such as those which passed between David and Jonathan. May the Mail Awaiting call at the Gettysburg Post Office. Catholic Bazaar 3Iakes a Handsome Profit for Chnrch. Mail for the following remains unclaimed in the Gettysburg post office. light of heaven beam upon your order Mr. A. D. Baxter, Mrs, D. F. Culli- and shine upon it as upon the path-'sion, Mr. Frank George. Mr. Charles way of the just which shineth more Kami, Mrs. Lxila Reece, Mr. Ralph R. and more unto the perfect day." Thompson. The big bazaar in Xavier Hall closed Saturday evening with the largest crowd of the week. The bazaar was one of the mo«t successful ever held in Gettysburg, the total net receipts amouting to over SI 000 with the pos- sibih'cy that the profits may reach §1100 whon all the returns are counted. SPAPFRf

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