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Christmas Gifts that Mean Something 1 i i you spend little or wucii for Xsnas it Is Smjortiint tbat ypur jrffc* !*a»v iaiting value. Chri^tiuas Alices here are tuos'Jv J-jwer than at other reasons Leciiii.-e of our larjre pun-hases- Tfae qualitj' of everything in this st«re liiaketf it a worthy t'iit whether U:- price yoti pay i.-j larjie or saiail. HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: For Mother or Wife \ For Father Morris Chair Revolving Cliiir Leather Rocker Smoker's S^^ad I a S $ ! ® I Hoosier Kitchen Chioi Closet Buffet Sewing Table The best Girl in the World Mueic Cabinet Dresser Pedistol V/HUng Desk 8 For My Best Fellow Chiffonier Arm Chair Foot Stool Book Case So ijMsnv Jiov.- buy Chri±uiia Gift-- for tlstir «Asves- here that he have nia«ic- a .special htPidy of ht-!|.iajr u«-a v.iiii eart-ft!! .--ij^«.~,::o::-. Cju:.- 5n e iJ.e !»!:ri!X-«Li of U.-^::t:fi:i :».Kd ::stf«! g:U5 v.c have lor iln- A Standatd Sewing Machine Would Make an Ideal Gift for the Wife ii I I K«x»:-:«!?.K"-:®3»s^«K»?:»5-:e:i:s:':»st^s?:s:^::s:"-;3. :s:e: :*?. :c:~:-s: .^: H. R F N n F R O I-* i^l JL/ 1_^ l.\. THE HOME FURNISHER I 0 a a MLY'S TMAS GIFT NCE. loss, ago, ia the in u n t :·. 3 n s of soutbera France, tbere lived a poor but iio^est family of a friiufcr, mother and t'.vo eiiil- dreu. Tlte father was K:i^ied Adam aw! she ia o t h e r Hoiuiah. The son. "eicr. n-as nveive years of age. aud the *iuus!i£er, -CstLx-r. -.vus on'y 2i::e. l":;tl:er Atlaiu ivas xn houesr. hurd- w-jr!:;i:^ t^au. Ou the s:t-ep sides of tl:e iiiOuutaifin h« kept his sheep aud a cow. :iiid iii a H:t!e valley that !ay tfeiiveeu tht 2*uui!taii:s Mother Hau- aah laatie a garden. tiUis^ ihe sol! by her OTTIJ hands, v.-iih the aSd of a fevr sSai;«Se j:an3c-:!i!:^ t«x»!s. And her son I'Cii^r y- v e her wluit assistance a boy of his years could ^i-»-e. Esther kept tlifc lltt: e ilj:ttchc-I cottage tidy and c!«r:ij!. ijre;.ar!i»jj the meals for the tiree kers who were- out o? dwrs snosr of ;:y aKii who can:t in at uishl fro:u DR. ANNA H. SHAW. ' President ef the National Woman'* Svffras* Association. tin- S adverdslnf: Ihulr toi! very, vc-ry liri-d. IJut they uexer gru!i!l!ed at iholr lot. f.;r they 5l:t d huj'fc} lh::t Fonaae would .-,::!e 0:1 :*ie::! some tiinu. And she did -- :·: tlie for:;: of :t fa'ry. One luoriiiiis t5ie day bt-fore Christ. Father Aclam an-1 family sac tsy Aczencaa Press Association NEED OVE.R A BiLLfON Connress, Is,AsUed 10 Supply Need* For F:scai Year 1914. Y,"sstuFg-Aui,_ Dec. :^--l: v.v 1 lake in tie fiscal year tUat wl!' be begun 3E .July I, 1914. according xo the a-i- il estlrsates submit*e-i tc congress by lie secretary of the ireaVtry. Tie Oemui-fatic s'cretsry or ·'::. treasury was not iny n.ore s-iit-cessfi:! is. cutting dov.u ibis ;· ear's.es'.iraatts tiiSii his RepuLlic-aa rreieces=cr of a year ago. Tlie c-.^::mat'rs o: the nee4; o* the governrcei-i ;"or the aev.- lisccl year are Sw4,o'j'. .«0i» in excess o£ the cusoum made available for ihe ctirrenE fiicai year. The precise amount of ibis year's esnraa-es is §-,l«»8, f ;!1.777.y2. a · agnias^ i.74,3^r- Sui? 73 appropriat« 4 Two i-aulesflips ani eighi corpeCj az, destroyers made up in part the val buiMicg program embraced i.i f te l-oo-t o? estimates. The suas of 57.- SOC.C60 is asked as a beginning for bat- tic-ship construction already authoriz- An .nereased appropriation Is sousri-t i to tont!ii'je work oa the Paaaaia csi- L!. It will cost. $1,500,000 to admh;- \ isic-r the ueu income tax. For rivers I £:.! harbors improvements the sec-re: 5r:y of v.'ar estimates that $41,COO.O-.'0 . v:l'.l :e required, a reduction In this : ::^-ii o: about $10,000,000. Opens Up Nostrils, Clears Head, Ends CoSds Or Catarrh At Once Instantlv Relieves Swollen, InBamed Nose, Head, Throat--Vou Breathe FreeJy--Dull Headuche Goes-- Xasty Discharge Stops- Try "EI/V. Crca:-^ BS.-KI." Ge't a small bottle anyway, juo^ to try it--Apply a little in the nostrils and instantly your clogged nose and I dissolves by the heat of the nostrils; j Dentrates and heals the inflamed, i swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and throat; clears "the air ·ng conies immediate!'.-. ippea morning! the catarrh, cold-in-head of catarrhal sore throat will be jcone. End such miser:/ aowl Get "the small bottle of '-Ely's Cream Balm" at any drug' store. This sv.-eet. fragrant balm j Don't lay awake to-night struggling 'for breath, with head starred; nostrils ! closed, hawking and blowing'. Catarrh ! or z. cold, with its running: nose, foul ! mucous cropping: into the Throat, and j raw dryness is distressing but truly I r.eediess. i Put year faith--jast once--in "Ely's j Cream Balm" and your cold or. catarrh I will sarelv VV^HK CHRISTMAS-CCr.tES I N BiLL-VILLE. % cornes !=- BI"vIIIe There's joy the rSngis' coarstrv roua", It's hallelujah v:p zr.~ "Wlien ChristTr.as comes !n 3III- Etirsny weather, ttirrdln" snow. blizzards do their best to The happy land o" life we know "When Christinas conies la 3IIi- The old totra Sedler--give him p^. Aa' l«t him make the music race. Ee'H lausa the ^crinkles o" his 'ace Christmas conies io Bill- iCot evea a. gro~!er v.-ears z. T For Joy goes gallopln" aro^n'- Ti'e run old Trouble out o" tcram Vr"hen Chrislrr.as comss in BHI- vMJe. -- AtJanta. Constitution, Broad Realm cf i oys. There is svthins material on eartb, animate or Inanimate, relating in r.nr ·way to our civilization, frosn a simple pin to a complex steam enjrine. from a single seed to n forest of crlant trees or from the lowest observable forms of the animal creation to man himself, that is not represented in our toys. DOGTOeS WO.HTB UNDER IN GOBA! GOVERNMENT Kerslsr of White Girl Reveals' "Wizard Trust." ; and Mristar Ms Ha-.ann. Cuba, Dec. 2.--A sensation _ v.^s casis=ed here by ;h-_- disco very of. an a!Iegeu extensive organization' arncng the negroas of Cuba for tbe : p:-a.cilee ct" v.-itc-hcraft or "voodo-jisnj." It Is saltl thai the ne^ro wizards cos-! s::ia^e a. tov.-erfui trust. ; Tee revelation was made as a sc- ·1 :e! to ;he recent murder o: a white' eirl, six :-ears o*.i. in coiiaeciius wicii| a :aysterlous method of healing an ] :ll nc-?ro v.-oman. EO wisom the child's' ijl'.-f,d v.-as sasi to have been aaralnis-- It ;=; generally repcrzeu that t h e j "vscdooists" have reLitions -.v;ta poli-| ue:-ns who ccarrol" their vo:es and j protect them. - - 4 Several crimes oi a simllcr nature" :o the cr.e ^ hieh led to the discovery' ·-. the "voc^ocs" have been comrnlited' recently. The newspapers sow call on; congress 10 tind a remedy. j Re:-.«ins. ?a.. Dec. 2.--The oflicSal life of the old city councilmen has lens'sate-d. four coimclimea-at-larse, George F. E5senbro-.vn. Peter S. Hoil, B. Frank Ruth and Jacob H. McCoa- ^t-ii v/ere sworn ia. They xvere elected by the voters of ihs T,-hole c-Ity on a non-partisan ticket c.rc rheir psrsoua! ;clit:cal aSlliations f!IJ not enter largely Into the contest that ended, Sn their victory. Mayor Ira. \V. Srratto'n is the Sfta member of the It is likely ;hat a number of changes amcng suorainate officeholders vri:l be made by ihe new council in the course oi "the aest fe'w- months. Some of the present Incumoents ar the city hc.ll. taring arrayed themselves with other c-EJididates at the November ^el.ictian. are said to feel that their of- Sclal -.lays are numbered, and rJiej tfouiil not be surprised at dismissal. are presects for an ihe girls arid | the boys. j And even ihe baby has so man-- -oys j That she ocesr.'t quite Sno'K- ^hat to do j with tnenn a!L j 'Cause tbs toys are so big and her mouth j is so 5:22!! | ^nbere are slippers for gnraisdpa. su^C otber j tfeings too. j And for gran3^-.a a shatrf of the loveliest j blue. j "VThfle for father and mother and all of j the res! ·' - j ^There's Kcactiy the present they say tiey : iiie laest- j And -wlaerever 1 so I ain cerlajn to find [ Santa. C5aos 'has been there and left some- f thins Behind. ' Sot, although ii Is Christinas, Taj sorry because Ko one has a present for good Santa Claus. --2-sw Tort Americaa- ] i:b ! A CHRISTMAS MENU. Here is a suggestion of a menu for a Christmas dinner: Bax£ Oysters. Ciecr Sonp. Fried Smelts TTiai Butter Sance. Chicken Patties. Roast Turkey "WiUi Oyster Staffing. Elce Croquettes. Sweet Potatoes, Green Corn Pudding. Cranberry Jelly- Celery Saiad. Salted Ataonds. Pumpkin Pie., IHace Pie. Pium pVdding. Ice Creanx Christmas Cake. Small Fancy CaRes. Fruit. Coffee- Address Plainly. Address the box plainly, so tUere can be no danger of Its soin^ astray. Printing is better tban script. Dnless some dreadful catastrophe happens, the gift Is sure to reacli its destination in per fectcoudition. AVE you ever played "rescue by lifeboat"' Xo! Tnen try it. Get n bis cotton sheet and roujrWy paint on it a lifeboat manned by sailors in s ~ield:r,~ osrs ^vith vigor. The boat nmy be bright green tvith red lines and the oars red. Make huge ·svaves of green and use pale yel!o\v 1 r foam of breakers- It does not take an artist for -rrork. Be as crude as you lil-:e so lc-:.u as you get the shape of a boat anO :· awiu Froni stiff tvliitc paper or heavy -water color paper dra^v a.1! sorts of Queer figures--nien. ^voaicn. children, animals, household goods and tranlcs Pnlnt Trith water colors and ivhen dry cut out eacb figure Tritli sharp sw^sors. Over tiie side of tbe Jsfeboat iiave a bending figure ·svitii hands outstretched as if to lift in n passenger. Between the hands dra^s- a red cross as the point of safety- Pin sheet to Trail and put ali the figures in a big tub covered tritb thin paper jxainted to represent water. Have each guest in turn fish from this tub some object with n rod and hook such as are used in jackstraws. only sarger- TIic Sgnr°s -ire numbered, and tbe ·jsherinen .are obliged to write tbe number drawn opposite their names. This is written on n big card held by a child dressed as a coast guard, with red coal and cap ever n latln:jg su:t- The players are then blindfolded in turn, and after beii!^ twirled around several tinges they try to pin thci fi^sre rescued from the briny deep--the tubas near the safety red cross on the lifeboat as possible- The figure must be pinned on the spot fir^t tone-bed. Use large siecl pins with white heads rather than ordinary pins. Prizes are of fered for the throe players reaching nearest thp safety uoint. BEFOES HER STOOD A FATEY- arn'ind their plain -wooden tab:e eating nizish and ro.Hk. Adam spoke. "'Tis the ho'.y ticie of Christinas, nictber," Le said, "and tre should do an act of charity toward some one poorer than ourselves, even though it s~:oiUd be giving, ever and ever so SJLI.-I!! ;i gift. The Lord gave his life f-:r Sufferers in IiisJi^ine OTI the day of his ."ati'--ity. T;"iiat say j oa. motSitrrT" "You ftre right." acreetl Mother S:'.rtnab. "There is the TVklovr Diivic. wiio suinds in great need S!:e has two cI:i:iJreu. aa;l the wolves got aiaortg her slieep a::d kilie.l ii.ree of the gnesi. Sbe is trying h::-i ti kr-i-p her "-hi!uren aiici herself. \Vhat say yon to ot;r sanuii;g her a L3g of whc::: uad a s-.ns.li cht-esel-" "Very good, mother." agreed Father A da 2.1. "Aad ::s I ftisll have to ivutch the sheep a:.d cow either IVter or Esther sba" tike the ".vilest: and cheese to iTido'-v David's cot-" "I'll go." cfjfereo Esther, "for Peter anri mother an- tl;"~:ng yp the ground fssr tl:e nlaniiu^ of vines in ti:e s;rii:g-" So it w;;s agrtcd that Esther shoold t;;!:e the do-- cart and make tb^ j:nr- n^-y over the mountain to the cottage of the TVidovr David- As soon as breakfast was over Esther tidied up the Louse and p!aeed the noon nieal -- a loaf of bread. :i jug «f homensade wine a:-d a small cheese -- on the table "-·Iclher and Pezer will he htnigry after tie forenoon spent in the c;ar- Jen." she sai»L "Poor father always carries his bread and cheese in his P'-cIic-t and eats ::s be herds the sheep. "Xn-.-.-, !;efore goinq; J shnli Ss the fi.-e r-- h-!u sj;; noonday: otherwise the hon- v.-j!! l^ coltl on laothcr's and Pe- t-:r"s return." So saying. li-tber picketl up n huge PENNSY CUTS-OFF PASSES cr Hrr.ployes F.iust Pay Farej IP Pennsylvania. j Philadelphia. Dec. 2.--Xotices w-ere: posted in the Pennsylvania railroad' stations here that no more free passes j ·^'ill be issued to rlie families of om-; c-ers or employes of the road, ia Pena: s;.5v2n*a,arter Jan. 1. ~^ '·- - | rr.akfc it isipossiole for any relailve of the presirlenc of the road, ac v.-?ll a= o- the humblest section man. to ride frce. - | RaUrcacers Ask Pzsss or Wives, i Karrisi.-i.'rK. Pa.. Dec. 2.--Employes' c-f tbe Lehish Valiey railroad aa%-e ( asked the public service commission · fcr a ruling ia the question of passes for -wives of employes, mentioning the, fact that employes ·arita meritcrious| jsrr-.-ce for ~2e year have been given! Chen:. The commission will aot rule on i ;Le nuesuoTj ur.i.11 after Jan. 1. i Official Change In Harrisburg. Harn^bxirs, Pa., Dec. 2.--The com- rDrss'os lo-tn of government "was in- ausurated ia Karrisburg, with a statement ths.t fe\v changes in office tvouid bfc rnade for the present, and with 2 Bossibiilty that commissions by irixics Harrlsbari; has administered construc- ticn of p"b!ic \vorks. parks and other municipal nctivities, would be contiH.- ued ior a year or so. lisyor .foha S. Royal heads the coramission. the other menibers be- :ii;j V.'iiliam Luther Gorgas, "William H. Lynch, riarry F. Bowman and M. Hcr-.e\" Taylcr. CLs S125 HEART BALM G:r; Settles ! 10.000 Suit In Court in Pottsv::'.e- ?Gttsvillp. ^a.. Dec. 2_--?»iiss Grace S'-ocra. of Minersvilie. -jrao sued Louis :-:onker, of JTinersville.- for $10.000 (!r,.::sq;e? for nrr-ach of prosiise. set- -.lac the suit in ^pen court for SI25. Tii:s. :n addition to a valuable ring ~i;;-a the yo;:nc lacy refused to return to Moslrer. is the onl heart balm siie vvii! receive. - - jT-r-nl-f.- go: a marriage license to -.red Miss Scnora In August 1912. Af- t--r holding ;he license for fifteen days ae cnangea b:s mipa and refused to h;tve the ceremony p^rforraed. !o~ that la :',r- Remarkable Appeal. It is said of the eloquent bishop of Ripon, that he once made the following appeal from the pulpit: "Brethren, I beg of you to take hold of your heart, and look it straight In the face." beside the fireplace- "Ah. j tl : s i.- the 2or f:;t:»cr said shonid bum ; o«:r Cbr:^:inn^ eve lire. It \viil scon he Ciirist:n;is eve. nr.il I'll throtv tbe !og , OH the flame :snd have the bouse ! cheery o:s lue roluni of the dear ones." i ·J-Jt jii^t ns Hither was lifting one end ! =r i!:e l:e.jvy !t^r--ihe Yule Joe-- n 2;ish : if il^'jt Ie.:rfd from the farther end j ir-1 canse*! Kstbe- t" close her eyes. I VT'ien she opened them again there i Oi-fo'v !:er st=K)d n frsiry. "Ah: I have : -"oi:ie to r-rin:: you some Cliristmas ' e^t-er." said tbe fairy. "Your parents ; jrood and leservjn:r folk. Tbey ; robMnc: their larder to help the ' n^vdy widotv. ?o here is a bit of good :"«-rt^.i:e for yon aiKl yours, little help- ; f-.:: ms:::. Take of it for yourselves and for those about yon who are in p.rpa." Then, before Esther could re- '. r,:.v. the fairy bad disappeared, leaving: on the bcartli a bag of gold. Tbe Httle girl ran out and called in "nor p-ircj!ts and brother. When tbe fpthcr looked into the big bag of gold ,Y swld thnt there w.is enough there to korp thoni all in comfort for the rest of their lives and \vith which to help their less fortunate neisbbors as well. And you may be sure there was a merry Christmas for the family, with jicny good wishes for tbe kind fairy. if.lrtter. Or.cs Priest. Takes a Bride. Richmond. Va.. Dec. 2.--Cards are beinc; sent x:c anaoisnciag the mar- riare of Dr. Juan Orts Gonzales, for- isrrly n Caihclie priest, now a Presbyterian iEini?trr. and Miss Xina Power; I^timer. s:enosrrapber to Dr. \\*. W. I :rs. president of Union Theological - .iuary. from which the bridesroora duate'l last year. j THREE MAY DIE OF BURNS Children and Mather Near Death Taken From Blazing Home. injckin. Pa.. Dec. 2. -- Mrs. Irvin and her sons. Harry, taree years r.ad Ilovrard. five aicatiis old, probably fatally burned when -:C~P- at Sbarptown. a suburb. :ie?tro} ed by nre. The origin of ir? :.a= not been learned. . c-r. D-rk and several others t: -n.o the burning bome and ""· c^.: ?Irs. Berk and her c-Ml- The victims" clothes had been d irora their bodies. the Ks fircn. burn i o Rename Pindeli. \VssLn.ston. Dec. 2.--President Wii- =02 v:*i -ec-idisate Henry M. Pindeil. ;ne Pco~:c. publisher, for ambassador to Rusria. Mr. Findell failed of con- £r:na;jon in t-ie extra session of con- Srfss. The nresideat. will also reucmi- nats ail other appointees who failed of confirmation. Bryan Brings Home the Oysters. \Va?;h;ncton, Dec. 2.--Secretary of Statf Bryan showed that he was just a regular house-broken husband when h-- Trent o^ an errand to a downtown l::nih room and bought half a pint of ra?. - oysters.. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA -- FLOUR quiet; -.vir.ter ^c'.ear. ?3.-5t?3.90; city mffls. KYh* 3FLOUR firm, at $3.50@3.50 ner b^rroJ. vrHEAT steady; Xo. 2 red, new, If V/EATKER EVERYWHERE. Observations weather burea vesieraay follo i i Atlantic City... Eo?:on BuiTalo Chicago Xetv Orleans... Xc".v York Philadelphia... St. LOVJS of United States :s taken at S p. m. Terop. Weather. . 42 · Cloudy. ·5S Cloudy. 4- Cloudy. . 4S P. Cloudy. 4S Cloudy. 6S Clear. 47 Cloudy. 4G Rain. 47 Cloudy. 44 Cloudy. The Weather. Unset-.io:l today: probably fair ; j tarurrov; variable winds. CO'IX weak: Xo. 2 yellow, new, OATS weak: Xo. 2 waits, 46c.; iower erades. 44 2 «c. ; POTATOES steady; per bushel, 70 " POULTRY: Live steady: hens. 14@ !7\: old roosters. ll'5?12c.: turkeys. IS-52'jc. Dressed Srna;" choice fowls. ISc.: eld roosters, 13x; turkeys, 23 ^BUTTER firm: fancv creasiery, 37c. EOGS sttady: selected. 46c.; near- ny. 4Jc.: western, 43c. Live Stock Prices. CHICAGO--HOGS weak: bulk of " CATTLE steady; beeves. $660© 50; Texas steers. $.65© 7.70: stocks nnd feeders. S4.SO;07.40: cows and ' calves, $7@li. SHEEP weak: native sheep, $3.90@ \ 5: voariin?'. $5lo?i6.50; lambs, na- 4 , ,ivtC S3 :"ft 7.~'-'. Revised. ; "I can't live -without you, Miss Millions," fervently declared the count "Don't you mean, count," she replied, "that you cannot live as you'd like f,o without me?" Philosophy. It is easier to take things phllo- sophScally than It Is to part with them philosophically.-- Puck. Mellow Generosity. Many a man thinks he is a 3 f provider because he occasionally brings his wife a clieeso sandwich 11 j l l l ^ m i ... · j ^ ISTo . U persons are warned not to trespass on the premises of the un'dwi . Mgned with iog, gun or trap for the purpose of taking game in any maaccr; jior forfishia^brin any way in juring "or destroying property- All persons Tie. tating the laws of .the commonwealth isith regard to trespassing on lands of the undersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of the Afct of April 14. ·""5. - ^ William Allison, Sam'l. Walters farm, Kaaultonbaa to-smship. John 1. liiiey, it 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Totraship. Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. YVKiemai:, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, It 1, Gettysburg, Pa, C. J. Deardorff, Orrtauna, Pa. Charies V/agamaa (Dr. W. H. O'Xeal Farm) ihghland Towa^hip.; ., " F. L. Xime, Butler Township. Biglerville, Pa. " ,, C. B. Shank, Strban Township, S. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. J. H. Kuhn J. F. Kuha Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt- Joy 'i Jacob Frcmnieyer, Straban Township. George E. Haraan, P_ G, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Sheaies Strabao Township. Mrs. ilarv J. V.'e-kc-rr, It 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. K. Rex, Box 30, E. 2, Biglerville. ilrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. Samsei Robinson, It 1, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Townshin. J. L. Toot, Straban Township. D. L. Jacors, R. 1. Bg!ervi!!e, Pa. Butler Township. Joseph B. rw:.-.;;.g, K. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. £lv.-anl A. Scott, R. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. P.. F. E-ddle, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. S, Gettysburg. D. J Reile. R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Froraineyer. Mi- Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumbericr.il Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Men ring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K..Major, Strabaa Township. John W. Mcllher.ny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Strx-ban Township. Charles F. Rebcrt, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. £ldo«, Be^dersvilie, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersbarg Pike. Robert liarner, Greenmount, Pa. Karry E. Shriver. Butler Towmship, R. 5, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert. Butler Township, R. 6. Gettysburg. Gettvsburg. E1-2S Vv'olford. Mt- rieasant TowRship. E. L. Smith. Butler Township. Biglerville. J. Kerr Lott, Cumberland Township. -John H. Sponseiler, (McPherson Farm)," Cumberland Townsnio. Roberc,S. Shull (J. A. Shall Farm) Franklin Township. H. C. Hartzeil (J. A. Shul! Farm) Franklin Township. Jacob E. Hoke. Straban Tov.-nship, Gettysburg, R_ 7." H. M. Sr.seringer, R. 9. Gettysburg, near Bonneauviile, Pa. J. i: Moose, B:gler\ii!e, Pa. G. F. Base-hoar, Gettysburg. Cumberland and Germanv Townships. ficuis jlizell. Straban Township, Gert^sburg, R. 7. ?C .T 5?h»n!r Ttip-If»«-vi)!p T\r.:irp 1 X. J. Shank; Biglerville Route NEWSPAPER! Township H. C. Warren. Menailen Township. .. " - . v C. H. Rummeii on C. I_ Osoome farm, Menallen Townshfp. vV'm. M. Bigham's Sons. Freedom Township. Win. M. Bigham's Sons. Liberty Township^.. - . _ , _ _ Jacob F. Peters. Tyro_ne Township, R_ 3, Biglerville, Pa. , ., Charles Essick ar.d sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. .Coulsca. Butler Tovrashro..- - " " " A. S. Whisler". ilt- Pleasant Township, R. 10. ' Mrs. Glesiia A.J3Iack, It l^Bigiervilie, Pa. · ' ' George iierririg,.Highland.'x.oivnsiiip. - - · \T. F. Herbst. Orrtanna R. 1. O. B- Sharretts, Cumberland Townshio, R. 2, Gettysbttrg, Pa. G. E. Stailsmith. Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. John Dick. Hpfracker Farm. Straban Township. . . , , Gilbert Rudisill, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg .Route 1. J. E. Jacobs. Eugene S. Kelly farm, Cumberland Township. -J. Clayton iiidef, Mt. Jov Townshia. Gettysburg It 1, ' Charle's Fidicr. (W. E. Golden farm), R. 1, Biglervffle, Butler Twp. H. S. Mertz. Hamilton Township, (Campbell and Mover."" James L.~Bigham. Freedom Townshin, "Gettysburg, Pa. Levi Crum, Zilenalien Township. Mrs. Andrew Brough, E. 1. Aspers, Menailen Township. L. H. Meals. Cumberland Township, R. o, Gettvsburg. ^ t · - : C: W. Black", (J- Caraa Smith'Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg.-Mt. Joy Twp. 'Vfrn. H. "Johns. Cumberland Township and Gettysburg- . - , George W. Wolf. R. 3,_Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. Edmund Little, (John-BlocSer Farm). Cumberland Township. Harris CoolC'Menallen Township." Walter-C. Si5yder,*R.-,l2, Gettysburg. Pa., Cumberland Twp., Bayly Farm 'Vincent Redding. R. 8, Gettysburg, Straban Township- Edward Redding, R. 9. Gettvsburg, Straban Township, A- J. Smith Farm. H. E. Boyd. Guldens, Pa.. Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships. Harry S- Trostle. Straban Township. Edward A- Trostle, Straban Township- John Leese. on Nathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikert. Highland Township. R. 1, Fairfield- D. F. Batterman. Butler Township. Shultz Bros- D. B. Snyder Farm. Straban Township, Gettysburg, P. O. McDannel Bros.. Arendtsville and Franklin Township, Biglerville, R. 1. S. B. Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) Butler Township. Calvin R. Snyder. Bonrieauviile. Pa. Otis Walter, (Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1. Tillie, Franklin Township. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. S:rausbaugh. Orrtanna, R. i. Albert Hcllinger, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 6. Deardcrft Brothers, Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township, E. P. Garrettson, Butler Township, J John and Frank Garrettson, Menailen 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. GarSeld Jacobs. R. 13, Gettysburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorfr. Highland Township, (Mrs. H. "8. Mover Farm). Emanuel Plank, Highland Township, Gettysburg Route'4. E. D. Heiges. Bigierville Borough. - T ohn H. Eckert, Straban Township. Gettysburg. R. 8- W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township, Gbg. R. 8. -Mervin Black. B;g!ervi!le. Menailen Township. Jjlrs. Martha Reed, near Arendtsviile. Wavbright Rice. Biglerviile, Pa. H. S. Cromer. sit. Joy To-.vnshSp. R. 2. Gettysburg, Pa- John S. Wolf, Straban Townshin. R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa- Clarence JHoiTman, R. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa. J. C- Waiter. ButSer Township. R. 2, Biglerville. Pa. Robert Witherow. Cumberland Township, R. 13. Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Hen-. Cumberland Township. R. 13, Gettvsburg, Pa. Frank Eicholtz. Freed Farm, Straoan Township", R. 12, Gettysturg. Pa. D. W. StooDS, Highland Township. R- 4, Gettysburg, Pa. J. Martin Bream, Tvrcne Township, R, 3, Bisjierville, Pali. H. Hart. R. 6. Gettysburg, Pa.. Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz, Mt- -Joy Township, Gettysburg, Route 1. J. A. Wctzei. (Mary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Township. J. M. Bushman. (Mary A. Snyder Farm) franklin Township. J. W. Tate. Tvrone Townshia. R. 4. Xew Oxford-/. W. Cook. MenaTen Towr.snip, Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osbome, R. 2. Biglerrille- Ai'en Barnes. (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Townshin, R. 13, Gettysburg: Chas. E. Schultz, (Gilbert Bucner Farm) Franklin Township, R. 5, Gbg R. A. Diehl. (Mir.ter Farri) Butler Township, Star Route, BiglerviUe, Pa. John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township, R. 12. Gettysburg, Pa. W. J. Beamer, Straban and Mr. Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg, R, 8. J. Blair.e Bushey. Franklin Township, R. 1, Bigierville, I"j. Jacob Grosccst, Tyrone Township, it 7, Gettysburg, Pa. \\~. T. Howard, Straban Township. C. E. Tawncv. Mt. Pleasant Township. Gettvsburg, R. 8- C. W. Toner."(E. A. Crouse Farm) Menailen Township, R. R. Idaville, Pa. Curtin McGIaughlin {-John P. Butt Farm) Franklin Township. James Sanders, (X. H. Musselman Farm) Hamiltonban Township. Howard Bream, Straban Township, R. 9. Gettysburg. Pa. Allen Redding (Robt. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. \Villiam J. Eckenrode. Cumberland Township. G. G. GrifRn. Straban Township, Route 9, Gettysburg. Demon Hoff (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butier Township. Harvey Scott, Cumberland Township. Jacob Boyd. Mt, Joy Township, R. 13. Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman, Franklin Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman, Bi^lerviile, Route 2. E. X. Hv,fTzr,an. Biglerville, Route 2, J. I. Fester, Highland Township, R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. Ernest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Ho_uck Farm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M. S'nindlcdecker, Cumberland Township, Gettvsburg, R. 5. H. M. Trostle, Highland Township. Tillie Post Office. D. A. Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. K. P. C. March. Butler Township, R, 6, Gettysburg Robert M. Eldon. Aspers. Mary Baldwin, Bendcrsville, Pa, . . . _ . _ ^ _i NEWSPAPER!

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