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a/ There Is s remarkable interest in Home Baking ssxf Cooking throughout the land. This is a most encouraging indication that the battle against impure, improper food is going to be wos» The credit for the victory will belong to the women of the country.. Home cocking has the backing of science and the approval of fashion, It adds to housekeeping a pride; to our food, healthfulness. It is acknowledged by experts, and by the women who know, that the best cooking in the -world to-day is with the aid of Royal Baking Powder. i \ "^C I i | i I I i I I Christmas Gifts ~; that Mean Something Whether you rpKitii iiitit: or i:iuch for Xuia.-- It :s iu:0ortant that your fnits have la^tinir v:il!:^. Citri^tniiLj j-rites here are mostiy lower than at otlienlphsons bcej.ujt of '-ar }JL^K r);:r,-iiar."-- Thfr quality of ereryth;:ijr in tills store makes it a worthy viir whether lite price you p:iy L- iar^?; or ^niaii. 1 HERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: 9 ·^ * » « e K For Mother or Wife Hooiier Kitchen Cabinet China. Closet "*--' Buffet Table The best Girl in the World For Father Morris Chair Revolving Chair 5 Leather Rocker Smoker's Stand For My Best Fellow Music CaBmet Dresser Pedlstol i Chiffonier Arm Chair Writing Desk I Foot Stool Book Case So iiiany now buy Christmas Gifts for their wives fje-re tliat lie have made a special stsniy of heipioj: nic-n with carr-f;:! sui^cstions. Come in and esansine the hijn--:rei!= of Ix-atHif;;! anil ;:stf:il silts -.\e Iiave for the entire family. A Stetndaid Sev/mg Machine Would Make an Ideal Gift for the Wife H. B. BENDE THE HOME FURNISHER i 9 ^1^ o * K * I Medical advertising SOFFBA8ISTS Holds Tfiem Bespoosible For Fate of Franchise Figtt HOW IHE LOBBYISTS WORK ENEMIES OF TRUSTS. Clayton and Henry to Introduce BHIs to Curb Big Business. GOES COOLUJTO HIS DOOM Mouthful Murderer, Calm* While" SJstW and Mother Faint, Dirties Crime. StiuUury. i»a ' Praise For PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1913. The undersigned intending to quit housekeepings-will Ojfer at Public Sale | in the Arendtsville Borough the f ol- Speaker Declares Unless Administration Grants Women the Ballot They WilS Risk Losing Their Support. "Washington, Dec. 3. -- isuiaatiiis thai ite l9icoc-raw- parry must aujeiid the constitution and grant the baliui to al! the women of ikie uanoa or risk losing the support of vromea who a.1- ready have cotaiEeti ihe fraacse. Miss Alk-e PauS, chairman of ih; coti- gressioL-^; committee e: the Xasioual \Voa-an~s Suffrage assoclauo::, aroused applatbe at the fony-Sfth annual eoa- yenUoE. when she told of the work or loi»by:s:s for v.-onaau saSrage in Wash- hsgtcn hi the past year. .Miss Pa-.i'. Y.-ho has been eaileu the ch : er of lobbyists for -Ai-ics tuffra- gis;=. exp'ained hov.- every vorUer :a ij;e equis iiauchise isovertsejit ·.vr:ti has j v-Ested V.'ashsagtua ias been guided I by i?:t congressional cousiu-iie* 1 10 t tapkol. \vliere they made eaaa frage arguments before senators ana representatives from ta^Ir iioiae slatvrs. ".More has beea accomplished in creatfcg savorable sentiment ia congress by these persona! appeals than can be estimated cr explained in Sg- ::rc£." declared iliss Paul. iliss Paul said that one-sirth of the c--icto:a: college, one-fifth o: the sea- ate ant one-seventh of the house is composed of niea from states v/here v.-oniea have the vote, and created enthusiasm by asking: "Can any po'ltl- eal party disregard the great strtngch of the women voters?" She ass_r..ed that v.-omen already have gained so raach strength that they need not appea: auy longer, but laay demand their rs^fcis. The report cf the constitutional revision committee, headed by Mrs. Care:- Cl-.apraan Catt, attracted great at- lentioii, and a vigorous Sght is proai- iscd when the matter coraes to a vote. The new constitution provides that each aGIlated organization vriU have to pay Into the national association's treasury at lease 2ve per cent of the smalier body's total expenditures. In adciiicn to this, ii there be any deScit in the national treasury, it "will be apportioned among the affiliated societies ar«l they -^lil hare to levy a spe- c-ial assessaieat to meet It- Tee "uncertainty as to Just ho^- big such a deficit may be is -nrhat is causing tie chief discussion, and some state leaders say that a heavy assessment from the national association v/ould disrupt their own organization. V.'hen opposition developed in eoia- mitcee ilrs. Catt, \vho also is president of the International Suffrage Al- uar.ce, declared that she ·.voula vote against the -vaoie plan "if a single af- fiiiatei society tvere to be driven oat by the change." acre braverj' than any cite*: icarder- ?r ever haaged aere. even after his aiother aad sister. 3Ir»- Katherine ila- j ! oney, of Philadelphia, aiid his ^ister- Ji-law. 51 rs. Albert Xve. of PlttsbarKa. ,aad fainted in isis cell. Fred Xye paid |:he death penalty for :he killing of Harry E. Miller, o£ Suabury, by aarg- ·ng ia the Xortaunibei!aud county jail S yard. j The boy cheered his ractl-er aad rel- :ati\es after they were revived and Jtoid SheriS G5aiS :har he would not j taase *ay troufc!e. He v.-ent to his j death ia a talkative uieod. tsecleu coni- I ini^tJni; :he crime and l!a:ced it oa jh-s ceaiyaniou. David EverStt. He ] sever Pinched aati! -he crop was | ajade. Sooa after he ".va^ prc-nouuced ; 'iead. t X\v was twensy year«: olj. He was jConvitJet! of murdering ilill«jr en Feb. ··12, 1S!1'. :a Miller's pCGlrnG'a ::i Sun; bj:ry. The ascuve »vas rejbery. Xye j and Event; go: SS, some chewing gum land the contents of a slot machiue. j Xye vriis soon captured, and his I con:paa:an was arrested at Hazleton, ' On a «raia from Kazleton to iioisnc · Cannes Everiti is said to hare coa- ' j«.»3sO'l. eSsarJns hs~.seif cf the actual s mi--tlf-r. A j:iry believed his tale and ; he v.-a.-: penrenced to twelve years for ihe speakers -srho ^'ill appear be fore the house rules committee toaaj to ask that it recommend the appointment of a house committee on sugrage were announced as :"o! Er. Anna Howard Shaw, president cf the Xational association: Mrs. Carrie Cnapman Catt. president of the International Suffrage association; Miss Jane Addams. .of Hull House, Chicago: Mrs. C. C. Bradford. Miss Helen Gardener, illss Mary Beara aad Reprpseatative John E. Baker, of California. The anti-suffragists will hold a hearing tomorrow, and on Friday saEra-J gists will make a rebuttal, the speak-1 ers being Mrs. Catherine "iVauga Mc- Cuilouzh and Miss Alice Stone Blact- 0 1322, by Press Associrtuos. I-a»v~ that wouM curb the trusts and reduce the c-xss-'afr high prsees of the necedsarles «- H:e are expected :o cc- cuny a jrreai deal of time in the sew sessi-Ji: of congress xvhieh has -oa- veae i. Kepreseatative Claytpa whl takf= i::f- initiative in framing b!!!s re- franl^d as e5sec::ai in ronnecsion v-itli the ?h';rnjan !a\v. it is expected that the an:: trr-»t act wiiJ be amende 1 so ns :o ra:il:e it rcor^ easily understood and fsciHiate its acaisnistTauon and esforc'-~ienr. As cha:r:nan of rhe house jrd:f-!- j ry commiKee he will im!B«i:ate!v take «p Ehe taslc. Represea- ;at!ve Henry (below) will introduce an err-f-Ti'Irreiu to this act providing iai! lerrr 1 ^ for vie:a r ors. He believe? MAN KILLED, 3 HURT !N INDIANAPOLIS RIOT Policemen Riaing en Ice Wagon Fire Info Crowd. · u * of* r n Uftfu iRMgbLU Wllh annnprmn A R9!D£ AuuLMisiu A DftiDL Vnrlr Pnfir-a f U f K rOiibu . . . . . . tain indicted -- Xev.- Yo-k. Bee. 3. -- Dosiinick G.j Reilly. ';:u:: three weeks ago a cap-! tain o:" ;ol;ce. uas arrested'on a war:; rant charging him with having accept-; ed a l"IT;e from former Detective Al-| e.anacr Co'jen. confessed agent of tiie wireless wire tappers. Reilly was heldj in S~'J · "..all icr trial. - TLe district, attorney's office feels that a strca? case has been built up aga:35; I-ceilly and that ineicnnents against at least one other police oS- clal are sure to 1/e returned this -week. Tr.e specific allegation In the indict- j men: if. tiat on or about Oct. 20, 1913, RelKey accepted SlO'.y from Alexander Cohsn. jp-b:v.-esn for the wire tap- pers, cad that this money was_part cf the money frauijueatly obtained by the ~Ire tapping gaag from Simon. H. Jones. of Pittsburgh. -Icnrs Tras fleeced out of S20.000 by the vr're tappers on Oct. 17. 1913. and it i^ charged that the wire tappers had Lrr^ng:^"-] TO pay Cohen 10 per cent o: whatever thej- got from Jones, pn of which was to go to the police for not interfering. It is alleged that Gecrgs K. ilc-Rea. cue of the wirej :ap;.prs. handed Si"'"'*"' to Cohen, who! kept ra-T of h for himsei: an · passed j the re?t to Reilly, iz. accordance with] Indiana poHs. Dec. 3.--As the result cf a c-I.'.sh ia the teamster's and chauffeurs' strike. Claud Lewis, a negro, aged nineteen years, was killed and lour :nen were wounded, one probably farai! · v.Uen sue special police officers rl-Iins .ca aa ice wagon shot into a crov.-c that tried to stop the wagon In Indiana avenue. The four Injured are: J. H. Mason, negro barber, xvoaad probably fatal; John .'.shley, -hot Ia left foot; Archie Smith, negro porter, shot in. the.teft shouMer: Alexander Sedan, shot ,in neck, not serious. . . - - . The special olScers were taken-to the police station, laut- it was said they \ro::!d rve released, as · soon as they made :- statement. " The wagon had stopped to unload ice at a saloon. A large crowd began hooting and jeering at the six men on th-'- wagon. v.-lio had been given police powers to protect the Ice com- ·pany's prcnerty daring the strike. After the -ice had been unloaded the crowd trisd to prevent the wagon moving do.va the avenue. Then the spec-la" of^cers opened fire and at the first vol!o~ Lewis. Mason, Smith, and Se~an. ~ho were m the_froat rasks cf the T-;wd. fell. Ashley was almost half a biTk a~ay when he was hit by a stray "^:i!!e;. Cured Her Cold, Restored Her Appetite and Built Up Her Run-Down System. Dr. John D. Bear. Elkton. Va. Dear Sir: I had been complaining of a. cough every -printer for four or five years, during ·which time I lost ilesh. had no appetite, felt very -weak and nfndovm." I heard that Mrs. Robert Early praised your Emulsion so for rundown systems and coughs, so I Tc-en"c over io see her one day^and after she explained to me how it had benefited her I bought a bottle and began to improve after the first couple days. On buying the seconc bottle J decided to weigh ~before taking it. I found "co r my great pleasure that I had gained feight pounds -while taking the second bottle." I can recommend it to anyone wishing something rv for a cough and a good tonic. Yours very truly, Mrs. J. W. Simmons. Bear's Emulsion tones isp the stomach, builds up the system, gives appetite and gives strength to the bc-dy. We ask every run-down, nervous, aged, weak or any one suffering -with weak lungs, to try a bottle of Bear's Emulsion and if it does not do as claimed r6turn emp'cy bottle and get exactly what you paid for it. Por sale by Huber's and People's Drug Stores. Of Service. "That isn't much of a tune to that sons." "Perhaps not," replied the ragtime soloist "But It ^serves Its purpose. Propriety requires some hind of a melody to conceal the words." 1 good "Weaver orgau ; 1 large six legged table, 1 couch. 1 lounge. 1 bu- · reau. bedstead. 1 corner cupboard. 3 i stands. 2 sinks, 1 doz. cane seated I chairs. % doz. plank bottom chairs. 3 ,« 1 doz. good dining room chairs. 3 rock] ers. wood box, baby coach, trundle bed. J double heater stove and pipe, chunk 1 stove, 80 yds. carpet, 40 yds. good j matting, 7 yds. linoleum, 7% yds. I stair carpet, 4 dcughtrays. Iron Kettle sand ring, lot of window blinds and Icurrains. 4 mirrors, lot of glassware iand dishes. 4 lamps, pots and pans. agate ware, lot; of jars and crocks, 2 ·wash bowls and pitcners, 4 one gallon 'jugs of vinegar, fe barrel of vinegar. 1 cider barrel. 1 meat vessel. I fifteen 'gallon keg, 2 ten gallon Kegs, bread : cupboard, 2 tubs, -wash machinej rubber and wringer, 3 lard cans, good bushel basket, % bushel measure, lot of netting wire, digging iron, mattock, shovel, rake, coal buckets, 2 sets of knives and forks, spoons. 2 spinning ( wheels, shoemaker bench and tools, 2 pair of skates, tri-square, plane and Jlot of articles too numerous to men- ·tion. I Sale to begin at 1 o'clock when ,' terms will be made known by tha un- dersgned _ MARGARET R. TAYLOR, Ira P. iavior, Auctioneer. A. D. Sheely, Clerk. Musical Plant. In Nubia there is a strange plant called "isofar." When the wind blows it sends forth musical sounds closely resembling those of a flute. The natives, who are ignorant, superstitious people, regard the plant with dread. There is no reason for this, for the plant gives forth its unusual sounds because of certain thorns at its base. pieieed with tiny holes by insects who search for the gum in the plant. SEA CRUSHES VESSEL Crev/ Hsngs In Rigging cf Doomed Ship and Watchers* Pray. Abcrcesn. Wash.. Dec. 3.--VTIthin 7/ ; ~:a view of praying -watchers froni if-3 shore, a four-masted schooner is r.o^:nd:ng to pieces just o2 Gra;-'"s Karl-or jc-ity. F-vo of the crew hax w e neen rescued, but the waves are washing over the rest as they hang in the riggins- A terrific storm broke over the coast and tiie vessel was driven oa the jetty by "the gale. As far as could be tald from the shore, the vessel was either tbe Espada or the Balboa. It is believed the men on board are doomed to daaih. Iiji.iense damage has been done along the coast. The jetty north of Aberdeen has been swept away. It cost FHENCH CABINET RESIGNS ^___^___ i Opposition Defeats ?:an to Leave! Ecnds tri-..-nune. } Pars. Pec. '-',.--The government of! Premier BsrthrtM ''--as defeated by a! vete o:" -if" to -5~j in tee chaznber of! ·jej-uties "n ;he qaes.ion "bother taei new loan of $2oO.C 1 -».000 shoaiil be syb-j JcrCt, * O 4,2^hXviOlt \-i i j*i tiitij*£? iitvG LilG evis:;ng rentes. The tninJsters then ieft the clirsniiser an.: rarsded in their rcsic:r.";:--;ns to President Poincare. WINS SENATE SEAT Court Gives People's Party Man Majority For Maryland Legislature. Sno~.' Hill. McL, Dec. 3. --- Quinca Ashbura. candidate for the People's party .or the state senate from "Worcester co'inty. has won his appeal to the cirr-ult court to include tae votes cf the S;o. ktor, district in the total. "U'ith these votes counted, Ashbura will he e;sci^-3. over Orlando Hariisoa, Democrat, by fo;:r votes. The d^ttsion of the court sustain3 the csniiirr^r of Mr. Ashburn and orders the 'jnara of supervisors of elections, sillies as a board of canvassers, to re r cnvep= an 1 vancass the votes of the Eighta or Stockton district, which were t!:rc-v.-- o::t --hen the votes -vere eanva==cd ci the Thursday following the ele'lia::. It Is s-:no;:aced that the case will be takca to the court of appeals. 3^To Trespassing: All persons are warned not to trespass on th« presume* of tb« under. ilgned with dog, gun or trap for the"purpose"of'taking;"game in any maacr; j or for Sshing.or ia any way injuring or destroying property. All pcrM^yio* isting the laws of the commonwealth with regard, to trespassing on lands of the jindersigner will be dealt with under the provisions'of tbe Act of April 14. William Allison, SamT. Walters farm, Hamfitonban township. John D. Riley, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. Mrs. J. EL Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. Wiseman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, It 1, Gettysburg, Pa. C. J. Deardorff, Orrtanna, Pa- Charles Wagamaa (Dr. W. U. O'Neal Farm) Highland Township. F. L- Kime, Butler Township, Biglerville, Pa. C. B. Shank. Srraban Township, R. T, Gettysburg, Pa. J- 11. Kaha (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt. Joy Twp. Jac-,t Fromnreyer, Strafaan Township. George E. Kanaaa, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. liary -J. Y/eikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. K. Rex, Kos 30, R. 2, Biglervilie. ilrs. Mziiiida L Codori, Cumberland Township. Sa.-:uel Robinson, R. i, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toet, Su-aban Township. D. L. Jacobs, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. Butler Township. -Joseph B. Twining. R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A. Scott, R. 4. Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brown, Highland Township. R. F. Biddle, JIL^Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J Reile, R- 12, Gettysburg, Pa, Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, Mt- Pleasant Townshio. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert X. Major, Straban Township. Johr W. Mc-IIhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Hebert, Seven Stars, Pa." G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, ?a. George D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. Rol-ert llarner, Greenmoant, Pa. Harry E. Shriver, Butler Township, R. G, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert. Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Wilisam Ccshtn, Straban Township. Jeremiah Weaver, R. S. Gettysburg, Pa. D. C. March. Butler Tc\vnship. R. (5, Gettvsburg. Elias Wo-ford, Mt, Pleasant Township. ' 'He. Biglerville. Twp., R, 8, Gbg. P-ndsll 13 Rsnominated. Gel', the Peoria. 131.. publisher, was re- noTnfnatod by President "Wilson for amoassa.'or to Russia. Findell's nomination sailed in the extra session after it ter-s:3:e a center of attention be-1 ca-^o cf the publication of certain al-j leged correspondence wiih Senator J.j Emperor on i hrone 63 Years. Vienna. De;-. 3.--Ernperor Francis Joseph of A,-stria celebrated the sixty- fifth anniversary of his accession to the throne. On^y one sovereign. Lou:s XrV. of Frsiu-e has reigned longer. He was on the throne seventy-two years. Furniture Kcuse Goes to Wall. Xe^-" Vur'-c. Dec. 3.--Receivers were appointed for Sheppard. Knapp Co.. one of the odes: furniture and carpet houses sn the cuy. The assets were piaced at more than 5200.000. The liabilities were not given. GENERAL MARKETS Holds Up i rain snd KHIs Man. j i-os Angeies. CaL. Dec. 3.--In spite] of the reward of So'jOO offered by thej Southern Pacific company for the cap-j tare of the youthful bandit who heidj up the westbound Sunset Express near J here, the robber Is still at large. The! bandit hilled Horace E. Montague, j travel :ng passenger agent for the company, and secured §500 in lootj from the passengers and trainmen. WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Indict Boy's Alleged Slayer. Xorristown. Pa., Dec. 3.--The grand' Jury found a true bill against Joseph * O'Brien, charged with murdering Is- i rael Goldman, a neighbor's boy. oa the golf J:nks at the White Marsh Country ' club. O'Brien never winced when he heard the finding. His trial -was postponed nni''. March. ; Revised. ; "I can't live without you, --Miss Millions," fervently declared the count "Don't you mean, count," she replied, Grsservancss of Usited States v,-either bureaus taken at S p. ia. yesterday follow: Albaay ......... Atlantic City... Kostcn....- ..... f!::lTalo ......... C.jif.igo ........ Xaw Orleans ___ K-T-V York ...... S'. T.O'^S ....... "Wash i u zton ..... Clear Cloudy. 42 Cloudy. 4S Cloudy. 50 Cloudy. Clear. Cloudy. Cloudy. Clear. Cioudy. ·*'· -IS C6 4? 52 oS 50 The Weather. Gor.orr.n.v cloin'y today and to- -orrow; varialiio winds. Philosophy. It 13 easier to take things phllo- "that you cannot live as you'd like to sophically than It Is to part without me?" them philosophically. -- Puck. with ' fancy. $4.?0«i -3.KX RYE FLOUR finis, at S3.50fG.60 ser barrei. WHEAT steady; Xo. 2 red, new, CORN weak: Xo. 2 yellow, new, SO*A . OATS weak: Xo. 2 white, 46c.; lower grades. -.4-~c. POTATOES steady: per bushel, 70 . POULTRY: Live steady: hens. ITc.: old roosters. Il-@12e.- turkeys, IS'S^Oc. Dressed firrrs; choice fowls, JSc.: old roosters, 13c_: turkeys, 23 @24x BUTTER firm: fancy creamery. 3c_ EGGS sieaisy; selected. 46c.; nearby. 43c.: western. 43c. Live Stock Prices. CHICAGO-- HOGS weak: bulk of saies. ST.''."^ 7.S5: light. 57.15'a..SO: mixed. ST 4^1 7 fc.; heavy. $7 SO-a 57.9712: rough, $7.3'J^7-65: pigs. $3.10 ift7.1"i. " CATTLE ?tearly: beeve-=. $6 60-S S.30: Texas rteers, $.'o'??7.70: str,ck- r-rs and '?'if-r?, SJ SOT- 7. !0: cows and ueiir^. S".." iff S.I S: ralves. S7'«?1L i RfiEKP weak. na:iv« shoep, ?.2 90-ffi j 5; y^irliri!;^. §"."· 0-^5 ( 50: lambs, native^ 53 90(f; 7.5'». Mellow Generosity. Many a man thinks he is a good provider because he occasionally brings his wife a cheese sandwich at 11 p, m. Township. Rofcerc S. Shul! (J. A. Shul! Farm) Franklin Township. K. C. Kartzell (-1. A. Shul! Farm) Franklin Township. -Jacob E. Hoke, Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. H. 31. Sneeringer, R. 9, Gettvsburg. near Bonneauville, Pa. J. D. Moose, Biglerville. Pa. ' P G. F. Basehoar. Gettj-sburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. Lonis Mizell. Strafaan Township, Gettysburg, R. 7. N. S. Shank.' Biglervilie Houtel. T. F. Eoih. Butler Township, Gettysburg Route 6. C. S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Griest, llgr.) Guernsey. C. A. Heiges and Mrs. H. F. Keiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren, Menallen Township. " "" ' ~ C. H. Rnmmeil on C- L. Osborne iarm, iTenallen Township_ Wm. 31. Bigham's Sons, Freedom .TownsBip. _ : ,. Wm. M- Bignam's Sons, Liberty Township. : " Jacob F_Peters. TyroneTownship.JL 3. Biglervilie,-Ea --.Charles Essick and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. ·' J. C. Coulson, Butler"Township." " " - , A. 3. Whisler, 3Ic.'Pleasant TownshTp,"E. 10.' " " " " "~" "~°* Mrs. Clestia A. Black. R. 1. Biglervilie,'Pa. . /' " ' "/-' George Herring, Highland TowEshin. W. F. Herbs:, Orrtanna R. 1. 0. B- Sharretts. Cumberland Township, R. 2, Gettvsburg, Pa. G. £- Stallsmith. Straban Township, -R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. - ;" John Dick. Hoffacker Pa rm,_ Straban Township. Ch;.ries Fidler, (V. r . E. Golden farm), R. 1, Biglervilie, Butler Twp. K. .i. Menz, Hamilton Township. (Campbell and Mover Farm.)- Jar.-es L. Bigham. Freedom Tpwnshio, Gettysburg, Pa. Le-x-i Cruni. Menalln Township. . . Mr.--. Andrew Brough. R. i. Aspers, Menallen. Township., - L. if. Meals, Cumberland Township, R. 5. Gettysburg. C. -.v. Black. (J. Carna Smith Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, ML Joy Twp. Wrs. H. Johns, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. George W. Wolf. R. 3, Getrysburg, Cumberland Township. Eihnand Little. (John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Ha-ris Cook. Menallen Township. Townships. Harry S. Trestle. Straban Township. Edward A. Trostie. Straban Township. Johc Leese. on Nathan Brown farm, Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikert. Highland Township, E. 1, Fairfield- D. F. BaXterman. 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, Bonneauville, Pa. Otis Walter,"(Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, Tfllie, Franklin Township. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. Strausbaugh. Orrtanna. R. 1. Albert Hollinger. Cumberland TownshiD, Gettysburg, E. 6. Deardorif Brothers, Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township. S. P. Garreitson. Butler Township. John and Frank Garrettson. Menallen Township. _. Route 6. D. ,S. Reynolds, Straban Township. Gettysburg Route 9. W. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 3. John Groscost, R. i. Gettysburg, Straban Township. Ga: neld Jacobs. R. 13 7 Gettysburg near Barlow. Do:sey DeardorrT. Highland Township, (Mrs. H. B. Mover Farm). Z:r:anuel Plank. Highland Township, Gettysburg Route ~4. E. D. Heiges. Biglervilie Borough. Jchn H. Eckert, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 8. W. iV. Miller farm ! Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township^ Gbg. R. 8. ?.Ier\-in Black. Biglerville. Mena!le_n Township. Mrs. Martha Reed, near Arer.dtsville, Waybright Rice. BSglerviHe. Pa. H. S. Cromer. Mt- Joy Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa, John S. Wolf. Strsbar, Township. 3L 7, Gettysburg, Pa. Clarence Hoffman, K. R. 2. Biglerville, Pa." J. C. Walter. Butler Township. R. 2, Biglerville, Pa. Kolert Witherow, Cumberland Township. R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Herr. Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettvsburg, Pa. Frank Eichoits. Freed Farm. Straban Township". R. 12, Gettysiurg, Pa. D. W. Stoops, Highland Towr.ship, R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa, J. ?Ianin Bream. Tyrone Township. R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. H. H. Hart, R- 6. Gettysburg-. Pa,, Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz, Mt- Joy Township. Gettysburg, Route "i, J. A. Wetzel. (Mary A. Snj'der farm) Franklin Township. J. M. Bushman. (Mary A. "Snyder Farm) franklin Township. J. W. Tate. Tvrone lownship, 5- 4, New Oxford. -j. W. Cook. Mena?'en Township, Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Osborne, R. 2, Biglervillel Allen Barnes. (Cromer Farm) Cumberland Township, R- IS, Gettysburg: Chas. E. Schultz. (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township, R. o. Gbg R. A. Diehl. (Mir.ter Farm) Butler Townshio, Star Route, Biglerville, 1'a. John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. XV. J. Beamer, Straban and lit. Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg, R. 8. -J. Elaine Bushey. Franklin Township, JS- 1, Biglerville, Pa. Jacob Groscost. Tyrone Township, R. t, Gettysburg, Pa. »V. T. Howard, Straban Township. C. E. Tawnev. Mt- Pleasant Township. Gettvsburg, R. 8. C. W. Toner," (E. A. Cropse Farm) MenallerT Township. R. R, Idaville, Pa. Curtin McGlaaghlin (John P. Butt Farm) Franklin Township. James Sanders, (X. H. Musselman Farm) Hamiltonban Township. Howard Bream. Straban Township, R. 9. Gettysburg, Pa. Alien Redding (Robt- S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. William J- Eckenrode, Cumberland Township. G. G. Griffin. Straban Township. Route 9, Gettysburg. Der.ton Hoff (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butler Township. Harvev Scott, Cumberland Township. Jacob "Boyd. lit Joy Township, R. 13. Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman, Franklin Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. !. M. Hoffman. Bigierviile, Route 2. L". X. Hoffman. Biglerville. Route 2. J. I. Heretc-r. Highland Township. R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. !i:cst Manahan7(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa i)av;d G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. x f. Shindlcdeckcr, Cumberland Township, Gettvsburg, R. 5. H. M. Trostie, Highland Township, Tillie Post Office. 1). A.'Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R. C. IX C. March. Butler Township, R. 6, Gettj sburg Robert AT. Klilon. Aspers. Mary Baldwin, Bendersville, Pa. . . ,,. .. ."SPA.T'FTU

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