The Gettysburg Times from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on December 4, 1913 · Page 5
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Domestis Gas Engines * Spraying Outfits May Tag Electric Power "Washing Machines Read:rig Standard Motorcycles arc point- of the jji(.vii2Mi,Ml cc-,k--- fyr v.h'cii 1 h-'S ? :Le a^c-iu-y. i «.»:! be jr'a-S r.tte iiay o:ie o» : PREB5CTS WAR to !- jagr 3SS HaBfl B3:lBV8S li is I am prepared to do any :n.i:ir-cr o ' ,, " . / Cabinet .and Machine Shop. repar work at -111 telephone, W. M. C O N O V E R Cor. 3II'M! ·Free Jl^"""% " ^^ ^^ Coffee Buy tvo pounds of 25 cent Prize coffee and g a quart granite coffee pot free. " EL W. Trestle and Son Arendisviile, ?a. i Hcestt Passes B : JS I cent to Kaise Volunteer; In "Tirce of Actual or Threatsneci War." i Yrsshiagtcn. Dec. 4. -- JEHI'»S H ; teuse, declared iu i:r- to-jrst c: d-2- j States aaO Mo^ico ii inc-. .tab-e anl t n.ii!s accordingly. · Tio fact thzit the Deicocrs:s al-ov.ed j added to its slaii!:;?-cii',3. Mr. Masa'i E ."(·»** "i, T* 5 iS ^*O!*^fi I* *·* ' "***f* "O ; parlance of a b:Ii c_Ik-l rjs L; ,~.-i a:;ve Hay, oi" V- ihe "na R.-nre JAMES R. MANN. Republican Leader .In Congress Predicts War With Mexico. HTO.MP s j -. .* » r %, * * Jleaical Advertising In One Minute! Clogged Nostrils i- Colds And "is time oi ace. j U2i or threatened war." ' Mr. liana said solemnly th^t the Ha ; -till' v.-as part of the p.aa oi the gov \ erameat to get iise'.:: ia readiness foi : ver v/ith Mexico. Frcm the momen* [ that Mr. i'ann took part in the debate E 7 - x I Interest iin thf- ns-ftt-PPsHngs were en!»v- V SniStl · ened aad the "voluntary £rmy" bil. i -£«"3s pstsse^. fjy a unamr^ctiS vote. Predicting war with Mexico, Mr try a: stopped-up ·will open; you ssages or toe neaa : closed, na\vkmg ana blowing. will breathe freely; | or a cold, ·'.virh Izs running nose, foul Lfc-K^-f. m*^)* ^TVS. t^r Wii-i Vft* Sf *· x.*~i. *J -f ^j--·--.-- - ^ End such miserv now! Get the small j Put your faith--just once--in "Elv's · bottle of ''Ely's Cream Balm'* at any! Cream Balm" and your cold o~ catarrh drug- store. This sweet, fragrant balm ' will surely disappear. j Hare .Bark Hair · Sleclical Advertising !HERE AT HOME it means war. Mr. liana told of the situatiosi that obtained in. congress jus: Lefore the vrsr with Spain aad suggested thai the appearance of the Hay bill on the day fcilawlng President Wilson's pub lie discussion of the ilexieaa ties in his message was significant. Ti.s Kav bill, -svhfch Breviers for 2 voltrnrary army to be raised In the discretion of the president, now goef to the senate. It was said that boij v.-:Ii take immediate action upon the raeasure. I, ZfcTo are' war-red- not" to' trespass*on- the premises fr- th*. te Opposition! _ uadtrsigner will be dealt with uutler the provisions of the Act of April 14. 5. ' ' ~-f. . · ' :\ ·fif.i'i.;^ - V/Hiiam Allison. Sam'L Y/aJters f WdSMrijrtflB IENGE FLEES BOHN1NO MOVE Prevails In Mexico Ctij ,Wi!scn VVi:i Keep Hands Ofi and Lst^Huerta to His Enemies. Mexico Cty. Mex., Dec. 4. -- Tac Defers to aiarm President Kuerta, es peclaliv since be long ago abandoned hope ol anything but opposition from she United Staces.-He said: "I have- no intention of yielding Should' this fighting in Mexico con Unie for- years I shall continue to di my p:»rt in :t. if I ass still alive." ! An outline of the message deKverec j by President Wilson to congress a-" J "Washington was prcm:r.e2i!y dsspiay { c-a b all the Spanish newspapers j Only vague impression? of the actaa" j contents of the message were cca j veyed by the brief extracts published The general conclusion was that Pres j iderst Wilson intends to keep hb 1 hands off and to leave Provisiona. j President Huerta to the mercy of hi_- j enemies-.' I Tbe news that Genera! liercado commander of the Federal forces ir *, northern' Mexico, had sent a mHitari. I peace commission from Chihuahua tc fwo" Eoiployss Btifi Slid Wo-| ^ is regarded as the aiost serious yet struek at Federal prestige. la viev.~ oi Provisional President HnertaV-' staternents that he nevei Pottsville. Pa., Dec. 4.-- During the i '"«'-»W ^eat --vith the rebels, it is con progress o' a sho\v at the Palace n-o- i sifered impossible that the peace com lion picture theater, 03 the nain street ! ^i^^n.-has Leea saneiicned by him here, the place caught fire. 1 At Eie ^^e Ijme - however, it is point In a 'w!s'«-'ns the entire front was l - ^ cnt ~ t6ar Ihe appointment of ihe a : 2ze The audience rushed fcr the · «o«KJssion is ia iine with the recent in the rear and escaped without j £«?SSstfoB- made by Dr. Anreliano TJr. cveramental saaeuou. M iook ?[ Nobody can ..Tell \vhen you Darken Gray, Faded Hair : ' with Sage Tea Cslor is given to the statement o: ?.Ir. 3lanc that the acn:i:ils;rat:on li preparing for trouble by the haste thai oarked ^c-c-- nas-age of the Hay bill The measure was ordered reported ai a. special meeting of the military af like the folio-sing-1 fa:rs committee on Tuesday and gives- placed Dean's Kidney Pil!s { ^e right of v.-ay in the house imme- so far shore competirors. vVhen peo- { diately aftsr the Transaction of some Gettysburg .Citizens Gladly Testify aiid ConSdentiy Rccommeud --. Dean's Kidnev Piiis. .It ii,testimony that fca's placed D Gettysburg: citizen ____^___ 3ohn" A. Tav-Tieyr^^^f^Baiti^sre St"! in support of. ilr the administrstiOE pisg~fcr-- trouble vras fottnd ir made" by Democratic Grandaaorhe'rkept her hair beariti- -- =v ,--- - - - »-ri 4. rr-~-.-. IIKI ~ ·f--"-' a- ii^t ready fb, iise. lor aDout, oO cents. TGI S D S£ore _ T - -^ simple mixture can be aeper.ded u.uor. ( ^ -j,. e relief -to restore natural color ana beauty g ^Siisbm -tne hair and is spienaid ^.or canartitr. |) O2n = Vi dry, itchy scalp and failing hair. j A well-known downtown drug-gist = sa\-s everybody uses VTyeth's Sage and · Sulphur, because it darkens so natur- ; 'alh" and evenly "chat ncbcdy can tell i- .' has been applied -- rr's so easy to use. j too. You simply dampen a sponge or ' "Ci take them long Yc-3 raay continiie s mv former endorsement of y Pms." irij it gn_a_CG5indati9ji_s?3ies5rhat srml it upon the las:5 siiiitia rests Teat :s, the naval military vided with mare me nand te eauipment. li be pro- ere ade- glossy.. soit and aunoant. There's 1:3 reed of it- Sn:c a h;i:c Konaca's, -e original and genarno Catarrha! Jo!!r. rp t; : e =ostr:7s. its soothing, bsalic^ properties a^.:ck:y ra- lievejoa. BejitJhi^ 's, catarrh. sore ihroat, catarrhs' hcacaci.c. no?e b:eed. de.-fi.CEs, etc. conciiiioa causes sncr:-- g. Sold on!;.- in i5c snd 50c san:;cr7 tctcs by .' oi men cio--yes! and vronien also. Fail| are to keep the hair properly nourish- i ed and the scalp free from dandruff is · one of the main causes of baldness. i If yoar hair is thinning- out imme- idiate action is necessary. Parisian J Sage is just -what you need to remove, j dandruff, stop failings: hair and itching i | scalp and make the hair strong-, beat;- j i tlful and vigorous. i This delightful and refreshing- hair- · tonic, n-hich is novr sold at druggists ?ar,d toilet counters ir. HQ cent bottles, f Spcncer [jEjrjp ppsrcr'Li PMITY u tfistJE; Ciiiunijri _Oiv» j I 'cdsrai Counci: of Cht-rcnes-of Chris! Discusces Co-cperatlon. | -Eakimcra. :--5_ Dee. 4.--Plans fc: j greater co-operation la efforts, to se ! cure social service legislation ani IB carrying: c:» social service work by the various Protestant deaomiiianons rejs- rcesnted in the Federal Cou-eil oi ChJirches of Christ in America were discussed b" 5 " the e3cecutive comc^ittes of use council, which liegan a two-da;session hero- There -will be a mass mesting this ei enlng. at -n-hich the principal speak e~j iriil be Dean Saaler Matthev.s. oi C.-.icago university, president of ths. ft?aeraj coauc!!. and Bisnnp W. F. Me of Evanston. liL VILLA LEAVES JUABEZ · ^ _ r " ~ c-r^ ^ .. - or . 4 ^ , f J r ^ * , : , "v. il-iam Salisberger, a ticliet seller, j to get the night's receipts and j rot cut -His hair was scorch- j Rebei'lieadfer Says'FedeTsf^ordrers In Chihuahua WifI Not-Be Karrnttd..i El Paso, "Bex.. Dec. 4.-^--Declarins ea and his face blistered John Kelly, i an operator in the "asbestos-covered toctX -svas forgcrten. He opened the. doer, to 5nd birsself ' looking into a csry ;uma,ce JOE. .evgrj^hand. . ____ . Keening his Tits i-rapei in ths nick ner rna.t he would eat his Christmas din in the City of Mexico. Pane-he i left--T;;ares-for-Chihuahua- City. aboui him. hei accompanied by three train loa'Js o: £_ time, leaping; rei-el caialry and artiner;.- aatl pre- oct -rum a cordon of long tqnguss of j ce£ed by 3COO other rebel troops ea. Han:e ~hf--r. ieniraed Bin in on" sev- 7 ! trained oarins ert! sides. .Heiwas sc-alp and the siie of his face,.losing Iiis enter clothing and. taTing a "mar- g th v e past week. Gener?.] Villa was calm and not a .t -the i-'biil coastiuL - He aided Bis- men tc load, rhefr horses-and -car' munitions ; and ouRehea a sandwich when'he go* ve'ous escape frcm what seemed cer- hurgry. As the last train was read} .a!- aeath.""' ~ ' - --~ - - -- -j to leave "he s-w,rng on and stood bow The picuire sho~ proprietor. WII-j ing from the rear platform of his lis-rs. Krel:tr. and thcrttirner of the! tra-2. .- _ Ge^sral vuia. known as the bandi" of j!coi:hr:s_ty habris, who has "boasted of his executions of Federals, is j becoming: insgiianlinciis. The T3essen- j ger who brought him an invitation - j from the people of Chihcahaa to come .d Cc^nry, pa., Court | to the state capital, asked mercy foi Federal soldiers left by Gen t. ^re the heaviest losers. The" origin "6? the Sre has UOL been Isarnefi. . ... JAIL QEUYERY PLOT the 2 i! ' - P r-'IT r. L'J I Hears of Plan. , : t . C-Kibcry "-- Dee. 4.--That plans j era! "erearlo ss a guard for pronertj cr a wr.'j:o?a;e delivery of prisoners | ia the citv. Villa sent wcra tha; nor a ro.u the Xarthunborland coantj" jail i ha:r on thsir heads would be harmed. ar-'i ocer. fr;i?tra'ej by the authorities] j5C£i3e kn^-.-n it i'i? trial of John; ^ro«i2!j c-nu "."alter Vi'oliand, charged I T.:I S : ha-.Inir :.;!rc-Q2.=e t : instruments to] ·--~z- the c-.-i;-ery. id ia the te'.l is ^aij^ea for the !*--. Brczinau res-i s I SJ3. t\vo other | a number o£ jig- \ve:e '-.'* r:!^:: r.-£ : cr3 f^UBDEREB DEMANDS E6GS .i.e. j is rigidly guaranteed- If Parisian Sarc 1 ·.:-.s i does net give complete satisfaction i For Limit ing Diet of Man About to Die. Chicago, Dec. 4.--Henry .^^.^^, __ .. _^=. ^^^ [ People's Dreg- Store will return your \ scnt eaeed to se hancea Dec. 19 for the pieirce. V.'rkc P.Ifrsn. murder of Mrs. Mildred Allison Rev se surely supplies hair 5 reat _ expressed two desires -- one th^; and the ashs? :he court bTr.s^ he other was »o: ;jcc:i ;»cvt week. cr3al snd that ovcrpov/cr tae | cr-G!d Victim L.sft Unconscious, Botindl and Gagged. j7n="on PP.. Dec. 4.--For the second tlr-c TrSrniu a week a small girl has« been aii£_" fl in this country. Tlic latest victim is Sarah Gehret, eleven jears olsl. daughter of Wilson G^r.rft. -f Inland Pari-:. Thc perron who attacked her seized :e -was on her way tr I cer into a quarry hols, rged her, and sfter maJ cut her hair from bet . ~ y^^^..^.. ^rz*ic^, soarcneii the i.ic i-vo robl-esa WJQ ficd ' in c.~.=:i r.fter Ulliug A. W. : an-; c | troat : n? her. head- Then he puiled a lunch from his pocket ami ate iu teasing his victim by pretending to offer it to her. Sae found unconscious two hears io ·- ' " ' I For sale by People's Drug Store Gettysburg, Pa, PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY. DECEMBER ·- deceased, E ! north of Haraey. along- the Gettysburg ;R 20. I$I3 : ] and TaneytoisTi roads, the following: anis Co^ Pa. on the road l mile southwest of Fionas Church on sow will farrow iu.Feb- o use biga price of the latter Sheriff K»irm has eliminated then: from the cuisine of the jail at Waea:- ' "a. -where S?encer is conSnea. Spen for limitins 'has only six Married 77 Years. Syracuse. X. Y.. Dec. 4.--Mr. anc Irs. John D. Ciem-ens. of "VTestern wI51 on Dec. 7 celebrate the seventy se-'enth anniversary of their marriage Tie couple, both ninety-eight years oi-i. hope to make an aeroplane Sigh on that day. e- Ks"ed " s i lat^r, gaggecl and bound] A description of toe man agrees with that of a siiEuosed tramp abcni twenty-three years old. who has beer seen about the place for the last few days. ay OcaJ FaH. co. 4.--WisI3e ins :» ee G'smlc- m:r.e, Peter Wore.- Neck Sro ksn at Footbai!. wa= covered r,- a rail of ccai. A res i T.-Jr.Selfi Kan.. Dec. 4.--Fred Ham,V~~- S r f^\.Z' 5 - r ^r5'- r -T 7 = t0 h "? S " I ikoa - !e " ha!r « ack on tbe Southwest I---LT later ma .o..r-i him 13 z. dy:n= \ err! C9l :ege team, is in a local hosp; i tal with his neck broken and para: ca r..s S2.CR a: fall. been brok KER EVERYWHERE. OL-servatioss of United Siate- v. eathsr bureaus taken at 8 p. IT. jesterdsy idiow: Temp. Weather. -Clear. Cisar. Clear. the John P. Butt farm, the following: corn icrk: 1 nlow, Ol- Resirsct-Sceed j lyrcd in both arms. His injuries were i cot considered serious until an X-ra | ] picwre showed the Sfth vertebrae I fractured. Hamilton was injured in t Thanksgiving cay gabe with the Pitts j bnrch normal team. d traces: double tree t traces. Also the sjoods: 1 burear:: cupboard; cook stove and pipe: mare mentioned above; gtess ware; lamps; 3 yards of linoleum calses six months old, 0:13 a heifer the other-a Holstein bull calf. The above Holstein ca'ctle are all New York State bred. 8 fine young sheep; 6 shoats. . ' ~ Sale to CDTPinenra at ore o'clock, when-terms will bfijnade- known by CURTIN McGLAUGHLIN and other articles too numerous to mention. Conditions and terms \rill be made known en day of sal? by MRS. .MAJJY'C, BENXER William T. Smi'ch. Auctioneer. D. J. Hesson, Clerk. operative mail wagons may not ex ceed fifteen miles an hour. Jj-PaKadeip'aia 4G-,^3 i; St. Lorr-is 3!-! Cloudy. i 5 T»"asa:agtcn 52 P. Cloudv. j » ~ Mail Car Robbed In Belgium. Brnssels, Dec. 4.--The robbery of z package containing SS7.500 in Germai ; j The Weathar. bank notes was discovered here. T l i i i ; Generally fair today and tomor- nsoney disappeared from the mail ecu 1 ' row; north winds, of a Brussels-Cologne, express tra-.n ( -------- -- Cardinal OregHa Is III. ] Some. Doc. 4.--Cardinal Luigi Ore? j i 1:a di Santo Siefcmo. dean of the Sa j i cred Cc::ege an-1 the on:y surviving ] cardinal created by Pope Pius "TSL, Is | -· ! ill with pneumcuia. 13 viey of the as j" | vancefl ase of ire cardinal-^-be-."^a;! 1 born in 1S2S--ser:c;:s anprehensioni · ! are felt at. ;he Vaiicss for his rocov j John D. Eiley, E. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberliiiw! -Town^ap. Sirs. J. E. Haghes, Cumberland Township. D. B. Wiseman, Cumberland To'»vaship. Frank Mumper, E. !, Gettysburg, Pa. C. J. Deardorif, Orrts-nna, Pa. f - i* s'V*. --: 'iv»/ij54 ;, ,4^. " Chaties Wagsinau (Dr. W. HL (XNeal"]Farm)" Highland Towasip-./'", *J ~^'- i- K:me. iiutser Townsfrip, Biglerviile, Pa. ... -, ~~~--£ ', - *J. fl: ICuhn \3: F K-ahn Farra) R. 2, GettysfaurgrPa. Mt. Joy ~i~\ Jacob Frons.'iieyer. Straba.i Township. George E. ilor^i^n, P_ 6, Gettysburg, George C. Shealer, Strabaa Township. ".i^ri: {..j 1': 3Irs. ilsry -J. Welkert, R. 2 r Gettysburg, Cusiberland Township. J. H. Kex, KOI. oO, R. -., Biglerviile- -·''-.- iLrs. Matiioa L-CccorJ. Cun:bi.rland Towasbip. - - I - « Klf~ SaKue! lioblnsoa, K. 1, Gettv^burg, Pa., Cumberfand Township. J. L. T-'.t, Sir-ibcu- Tc-.vr.shsp. ^."-^- . I?. L. -Jacols, II. 7 S Cialcrville, Pa. Butler Township. *Josc-pL B. T'.vin:::sr, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. - "3w-. -'.-. Edward A. Sccu, II. 4, Gettysburg, Freedom Township. J. D. Brovrn. Higiil^Kd Tov.-asr.Ip. * 'Z* '*·--., H. F. B-dd!e. 3Jt. Pier ssnr Townsh : p, R. 8, Gettysburg--".'-D. J Eeile, E. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. i-.ct Fro:u:::^-\er. 311- flKtsant Township. '-«-.. ·* ^.^ M-irtin \V»'-;er. C'jriibcr!^nd Township and Gettysiarg^"-t \V. T. !S*e5ir".R;. Syr:n~s LU;:- Fartri, Camucrlaiid Township. liojerr K. Jl^jor, Str^ban Township. " ^·"- ' ·- "i ··*! Joha W. Melihenny Farm R. ~, Gsttysbarg-. Straban Township. Charles F. Itebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa. George D. Thomas. Chaiabersburg Pike, liobert flarner, Greenmount, Pa. ",^"-: : ; Harry EL Shriver, Butler Township, E. 6, Gettysburg.. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, S. C, Gettysburg. William Coshun. Straban Township. Jeremiah Weaver, R. S. Getrvsburg, Pa. D. C. March. B-itSer ToTrnship, R. 6, Gettysburg. Ellas Wolford, 31 u Pleasant To-.vK3h:p. E. L. Smith, Butler Tov.-nshiD. Biglerville. J. Edward Lavrver. Butler -Township. H- R- No."2,*! S. -J. Haverstich, M. M. Sponseller farm. Srraban Ttwx., ?»L E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm. Franklin Tw_p v Gashtown. -J. Kerr Lott, Camberlacd Township.- - -'-* · "" tn John H. Sponseller, (IMcPhersca Farm). Cumberland^Township. II. 2VL Sneeringer, R. 9. Ge'ctvsburg. near Bonneauvilie r -Pa^ .1. D. Moose, B:gierviiie, Pa. " ' «:"./ :awfi-.i,-i7;- \GL F. Basehoaiv GetU'sburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. Louis-iLizell, Strabcn, Toxvnshio, Getf sbarg, R. 7. 'X. J. Shank, Biglerville. Spute'l. T. F. Roth. Biitier Towhs~nip, Gettvsburg Soute G.*"--C. S. Griesfs Sons (C. Arthur Griest, 3Jgr.) Guernsey.. C. A. Heiges and jlrs. H. F. Hesges,_FranMin Township^ 3. C- Warren, ilenallen Tovrashipl . ^ - c - - *· 4 ^ ·-- J C. H. Rammell on C. L. OsSbrne farmv 31^nallen Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons. Freedom 'ToTSTiship TTTr "^ T" T^~ T » _ f~* "_T ~T - f. - fn*I i _'T~r '^ Mrs. Clestia "A. Black; S. 1. Biglerviile, Pa. Georg-e Herring. Hlghlacd Tov.-nsblD.., . . , ,-JK,E_£6rbst. Crrtanna R. 1. t . O. B. SharrettsT Cumberland Tovmshio,' E. 2. Gettysburg, Pa. *"- "·'" G. E. StalSsnaitfc, Strafaan Toivnship, R. 9. Gettysburg, Pa. . ·. -John Dick, Hoffacker Farm, Straban Toivnship. ' G-IberX Rudisill. Curabemcd Township, Gettysburg Ronte 1. J. E. Jacobs.- Etrgerre Sr-ii.e!ly farm, Cumberland Township. J. Ciavtori Eider j ^3- Jbv To^vnship. Gettysburg- R. 1, · ' ·'-.. - .-, ' harl?s-Fidier/rvv: E.^Golden farm}.. R. 1. Bigrlervflle, Bntler'Twp. " - II. S. iJerts. Haniiltcn Toj^sh^j[Campbell_a.i3cLMpyer Farm.X,. · James £.- Bl^ha; .."T-reeaom Toirashia, Ge*ccysburg, Pa. Levi Cmm 7 ilerallen To'KTiship. . . . Mrs. -A-ndrev." Brcugh. R. 1, Aspers, Menallea Township, i* a S ij "« f . »; I ti ii ' ·R George Y/. Vst olf. R. 3, GetQ-sbnrg, Cuniberland"TbTSTiship. Ednitind Little. tJoiin Eiocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Harris Cook. ?'Ieaallen JLov/nshio. " ' - · - " * " · ' · -----v : i Walter C. Siiydcr, R. 12. Gettysburg, Pa., Ctnnberland Twp., Bayly Farm,; Vincent Redding-, S. S. Gettysburg. Straban Township. . -y. * Carries Off Stove F-T Revenge. ] Psuerson. X. J.. Dec. 4. -- Andrew i Koelin ran av.'jsy with the family cc.o Ftove anil sewin? machine in r Tor LJS wife's act in suing him for Nations of Egg Eaters, French people eat on an average of i S«Hy Thought. The mind that aasccintes impurity 105 eggs a year each, English eighty-': vfith the human body is itself irnp-ure. five end Italians only forty-eight. i --Jay Fox, Way of the Race. Ten thousand enthusiasts ~ low a golf champion through : pour, but a heavy fog keer away from the polls on election day. l Harry S. Trostle. Srraban Township. Edv.-ard A. Trestle. Straban Township. Leese. OR Xathan Brc-sm farm." Straban ToymsHp, Gbg. Eoute 8. 3-Ien-in I. W°ikert. Highland Tpv.-nship, R- 1, Fairfield. _ . . , D- F. Ba'ctenaan. Butltr To*vnshi». - - * S *" -?hclt2 Bros- D. B. Snyder Farm/Straban Tovmship, Gettysburgr, P- O. IvicDartnel Bros- Arendrsville and Franklin Township, Biglerviile, K. 1. 3. B. Bream (F.' 31. Bream's farm) Butler Township. Calvin R. Snyder. Bor.neauviile. Pa- Otis Walter. (Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, Tillie, Franklin Tovrnship. ?. B. iwisden, Gettysburg Poaltry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F. Straasbaugh. Orrtanaa. R. 1. Aibert Hollinger. Cumberland Tovrashjp. Gettysburg, R. 6. 1 Jeardorff Brothers. Tillie. Pa. Franklin Township. 1= i. P. Garrettson, Batler To-Svnship. Jc-hn and Frank Garrettscn. Menallen Toxvnship. R K. Black, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Mrs. Daniel 3Iiller. Cujiiberfand Tovnaship, Gettysburg, Routs 6. i. S. Reynolds. Straban Township, Gettysburg Route 9. \V. A- Bijcham. Cumberland iov.-nship, Gettysburg, R. 3. -if.hrs Groscost. R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. GarSeid Jacobs. R. 13. Gettysburg near Barlow. = - Oorscy Deardorfr. Highland" Township. (Mrs. H. S. Mover Farm). Ernanuel Plank, Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. " - -- - E. B. Heiges, Biglerviile Borough. -John H. Eckert, Straban To-smshiD, Gettysburg, R, 8. "' W. V,", Miller farm ,' Oscar Bream'tenant") Straban Township, Gfag- R- 8. Mervin Black, Biglerviiie. ilenallen Township. Mrs- Martha Reed, near Arendtsville- V-'aybright Rice. B:gicrvi:le, Pa. II. S. Cromer. lit. Joy iov.-r.ship, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. .Tehn S. Vr'olf. Straban TowTishit!. R. 7, Gettysburg. Pa. Clarence IIoiTrnan. R. R. 2. Biglerviile, Pa. J. C. Tfalter. Butler Tov.-nshio. R. 2. Biglerviile, Pa. Robert "Wiiherow. Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. _ r rank Herr. Cumberland TownsMr*, R- 13, Gettysburg, Pa- ' Frank Jbichcits. Freed Farm. Straban Township. R. 12, Gettyslarg, Pa. D- W. Sloops. Highland Tov/nship, R- 4, Gettvsburg, Pa. J- ilartin B'rcam,"TjTorje Tcv.T.ship. R- 3. Biglerviile, Pall. H. Hart. R. 6. Gettysburg. Pa., Butler Township. Sam-jel Schwartz, 3It- Joy Township, Gettysburg, Route 1. J. A. WeXzel, {--lary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Township.' -J. M. Bushman. (Mary A. Snyder Farm) Franklin To-wnsaip. I- V»". Tate, Tyrone TovfTiship. R. 4, New Oxford. -s. W- Cool:, 7ier.a''en Totvnship, Flora Dale, Pa. A. I. Oslrorn^, R. 2. Biglerviile- ' Allen Barnes. Crcmer Farm) Cumberland Townshio, R. 13, Gettysburg. Chas. E. Schultz, (Gilbert Bncher Farm) Franklin Township, R. 5,eGbg R. A. Diahl. (jiintcr Farm) Butler Township, Star Route, Biglerville, Pa. John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa, R". J. Beanier, Straban and lit. Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg, IL ?. J. Blaine Bushey, Franklin Township, R. 1. Biglerviile, Pa, -Jacob Grosccsi-'Tyroiie Tovmship, S. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. v.". i. Howard. Straban Towr.ship. C. E. Tawney, ilt. Pleasar.t Township. Gettysburg, E. S. : .·JC. W.-Tcner."(E.-A. Crc-nse Farm) Mer.allen Township, R. R. Idaville, Pa 7Curtin XcGlaughlin (John P. Butt Farm) Franklin Township. "·Mam:^ Sanders, (X. H. Musselman Farm) Hamiltonban Townsnip. · - 1 Howard Bream, Straban Township, R. 9. Gettysburg; Pa. - , Ailen Redding (Robx. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. William J. Eckenrode. Cumberland Township. G. G. Gr:Sr., Straban Township, Route 9, Gettysburg. Denton Hoif (Rufus Lziwver Farm) Butler Township. narvey Scott, Cumberland Township. - '· h* Jacob Boyd, ilt. Joy Township, R. 13, Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman. Franklin To-snship. R. 5, Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman. Biglerviile, Route 2. E. X. Hoffman, Biglerviile. Route 2. J. T. Hereter, Highland Township. R. ·«, Gettysburg, Pa. Err.est Manahan.plrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa David G. Lott, Straban Township^ Gettysburg, Route 1. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R, 9, .Gettysburg, M. Shindiedecker, Cumberland iownship, Gettysburg, R. 5. li. M. Trostle. Highland Township, Tiliie Post Office- *-D. A. ITankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., R, S O. C. Ma'-ch T 'Bntler Township, R. 6. Gettjsburg Oc.hen JJ Eldon. Aspers *.j Mary Baldwin, Bendersville, Pa. . . ^ ·» .NFWSPAPFRf nFWSPAPFRI

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