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Prof. Prescotc, of the University of Michigan, explains why Royal Baking Powder adds healthful qualities to the food. Testifying before the Pure Food Committee of Congress, the Professor stated that fruit acids were excellent articles of food and that of these cream of tartar, the acid of grapes, held rank with the highest both in itself and its effect in the process of leavening and baking. He regarded the results from cream of tartar baking powder as favorable to health. Scientists and hygienists are in accord With this opinion. Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grave Cream of Tartar. ITTEE MAY SOFFBAeiSTS Io Report Thai Be Considered. CARDINAL GRE^Li/L Dean of Sacred College In Rome, Who Is Seriously III. SLAYER ON HUNGER STRIKE USTo XTespa-ssl2n.gr All persons are warned not to trespass on the premises of the fined vrith dog.la-or trap lor the purposed taking .game -many'; Pottsville Man Says He'll Give Mr*, Pamkhurst Some Pointers. *' or for fishing.or in any way injuring or destroying properly. Pottsville, Fa., Dec. 6. -- \Vith forty tating the laws of the commonwealth with regard to trespassing on lands ,«t iSPEffiHS SCOBS HEFliS ;*^ y. ·f. e ;©; ·5- e ~^C © § Special f rf/^^C* ices --ox ft S y- * and Small Musical Instruments during the Holidays. Victor Talking Machines and Records. A Piano or Victor Talking Machine is a joy to any home. We sell them at pikes and terms that you Can afford one, Call . , f and set prices before ia= ios elsewhere Spangle/s ©· Alabama Women Poured Out Their Wrstn on Congressman For Gupcs ing The ""Cause."' Washington, Hec. S.--Th«- co~nil;tcc I on rules of the touse of represent-i-j lives concluded i:s bearings c: ihej re^ressrsitiitlves of v.'CH^an su"rag^ aiid; the representatives cf the oppjiitiouj to the granting o: votes lor ·» o--t-s. i At tiie tisai sfession Mrs. CaLl-crl2eJ \V. McCulI.jch, of Ciil.asy, :o^k charge} of the suE'rage side C£ tu_- c-tn:v^.iij^| and presented more than t%vo-sco:e otj tiiret-ittiuiite orators. The aati^ haJi the ur«i%ice on their speakers' 1-sij oi Ken. J. Tom iieiliu, o: Aijj^saa. For the sufrraglsis Kepr^-ea:ativ: Frank llo-iae:!, o: Y.'yo--Iug, uaCt; the cazciuusug address. Fo:;v.--us the hearings " became j kno-'.n tha; tfie eo^irE'tiee := no: i;oseU to grant the full recuest oi s:isfr£g:sts that a spec-la! li-j;:se mittoe te created SlJemUua of the SUE" to the known officially as "the uojsc d,r2in:itee on equal susfiS«-* It is pointed oi.t by several ni£r»iers of t:-e confutes tiiat the answer ta the v.-o- m«^.'s Ua will be a sueti^e rfcC-oni- m£:;dat.cs by the rules eociisittre tt. the ^omniittee on elecilon oi president, vice president ana sieniLer^ ci coa'-ircss, for the cosisideratiou ci the general subject of equalizing tee SIIL- irage aad the consideration oi the suggested HUifrage amendme--t to the constitution. O:jecticn to this disposal of the r.-Iea is rcide tliat present eircuai- £ - days more of life before Mm," Joan Shushinski began a hunger strike to · cheat the gallows. ShusfainsLJ, who killed his roommate while the latter was sleeping, ·was conducted, and SheriS P. J- M.UT- . phy read the death warrant to hios, | the date of the execution being Sxed for Jan. 15. Shashiaski heard the reading in silence and refused to speak a word to the sheriff or his party, but later declared his intention of starving himself to death. "I -nil! give Mrs. Pankhurst some pointers: just watch me." he declared. The prison officials say that Shu. shinski went on a hunger strike several months ago. but was talked out of it by his spiritual adviser. They will not feed him forcibly ia order to keejj him alive, they say. ihe undersigner will be dealt with under the provisions of -tb* Art -tf April lib ·305. .iSJSBiMK, FAHKHUBST [LAPSES IN JASL C NATION-WIDE PRIMARY MAYHALTG.G.P.REFORM Wilscn's Program May do Away With 1910 Conventions. Militant Leader Succumbs to Kanaer and Thirst Strike. stances acu in view of tze pronounce-j iiL --~^ a-eat cf President- V.'lisoa. that he considered at th:s session, the co=s-! mittec aoove mentioued will nave its hands iuH. dov.n _ I It around the sun and mooru then he decorated the combination with roses, lilies o£ the -.-alley asd nighi Dlooniiug cereus. Kis peroration was gran;I!I jcaent and he succeeded ic. Lrls£,I"n down upon his head direct] ans-.:!-- iro-iii the Alabama v.-cnien -«ici spske :cr suSrage in The arzument in retuttai. jlrs, Csear Hundley, of Birmina- har^: ZiTs. Bal'lrfage. of Huntsvilie. anu Ir3. Patty R. Jacobs, of Birimng- aara, p-sured oat the vitais of their wratli on ilr. Hefiin's sieek head, ^raiie tr.at gentiercan. sitting ·scith the conm-ittec, smiled a s^^i^Jn^ly ap- prees.ed the hTirrieane as much- as azy cn.e present in the hearing room. jliss Helea Todd. of California, er.- dec.'icred to confute tas statenisiits made by tae- anu-suffrajdsts ths; v,-o tcan suffrage iu California, after less than tv.-Q years, ^ras Traains is popularity. She ascribed to the ^rorseu voters of California the enactment of tas stCLte eight-hour lav.- for '.vomen. the aiothcrs" pension la^. the advanced child ia'^or la^r and otlier ciessures for tile protection of th= mothers and the youth cf that stats. Ereier. Eng., Dec. 6.--Mrs. ·Ine Pankhurst. the suffragette leader. Is sa:-i to be in s. state of collapse. Lai Ins started both a hunger and strike since her arrest aboard cr-e M.ijestic. The threat of the militant saffra- gettes za resort to \ io'^nz methods ot ^ j rev==ce for the arrest of their leader, Mrs.E lamellae Paakhu.rst.Tvas put into effer t v.-;th the destruction of the y Scot- .troy let- 1 boxes cases of v.":sdo-.v slashing. iioroover, it v,-as stated that the vo- inen ha:! a plan to do something sen- -atl'-sal v.-ithin the nesr Tivesty-four hours and the police everywhere kept FIHE AT BOWERS' BEACH Ten Cottages Are Destroyed--Dover Firemen Aid. r-cvsr. Del.. Dec. S.--Tea cottages were destroyed "by fire in Bowers' Beach. Kent conaty's main summer resort, aa the Delaware cay. Thi.- blaze, ·which started in Chandler's store, threatened for several hours to \vipe out ail the houses on tie creeU The loss was 512,000. Xesssges Tvere sent to Dover for -rip. as the iccal volunteer firemen ! -. ^re unable to cope with the Sames. "p-!i» tee arrival of the Dover Sremea J v.-";a ;acir themical engine they fought | · _ : blaze ;rom the north, saving the I~r^e hotel, ihe ent cottage and some snall-r cottages on the Bowers side or :ac- river. Pas-engers on the liner - iiajestic, on ·-,'I:!cI-. Mrs. Paalihursi inade the vuyasc across the Atlantic,-told of the ·naisHaticii of the travelers',at being tieta.ne'i for over an hour in Plymouth Iiar'.or 12 order to enable the police tc ourxii :ne saSragettes -who planned to :eti;p Mrs. Pankhurst. " As one American put it. "All tais to arrest one The English press also is inclined tc sneer at the eiabcrate police plans. The jlar.chester Guardian remarks: T.'as an absurd disproportion ·~C-- the artual danger of disorder or rcscTie and the plans cf the authorities." The Westin-nster Gazette says, 'It ;s absurd to describe the arrest; of Mrs ^".inknurst as a triumoh for the pcUcs." "VTashington, Dec. 6.--The issue of direct presidential primaries, brought, into public discussion by President \Vi!son"s message, promises to be an important factor in the deliberations of the Republican national committee here ca Dec. 1'J. Many politicians believe that congress may provide primaries that ivill do away with the need of any nominating conventions for the next presidential campaign. The decision of the law committee of the national committee leaves only one important change in Republican, rules *o be made by a national COE.- ventio:. That relates to the basis of representation. V."hne Republican leaders believe the z:-ticaal committee -will call a convention, for March or ApriL some thought the direct primary plan might inSuenee some committeemen against it. It -vas pointed out that, if a direct primary law were passed before the 121G elections, the need for a change of Republican, representation would disappear. Senator Jones, a member of the law committee, said: "I am in favor of some form of a- direct primary. .One plan, thai appears to be sound would provide for direct primaries In the states, with national convcntlcns. la which delegates would sit in p-oponicn to the vote of the states. "Each state would apportion its delegates according to the strength oE the resacctivc party candidates, and the national convention would make a final c jciee." SAY! IAN FROM FIRE » ^·iT · Taxan Sheets a Mexican. Erc^rnsv:rse. Tex.. Dec. 6.--Jnan Gui:ar. a Z-e:ican, was shot here whei \V. A Rutleage, a jeweler, opened fire on 3. ·!. Hainesworth, whom Rutledge acc::?^s of wrecking his home. An iu- vcs i~afcn has been ordered ay the f-;J-':j;: authorities becase of the deli- cats- "elataons between this country and -:e--nco. Gailar will recover, but IIa"r.rs.»onh probably will die. 2 S-icl- 1 Dying. In Indianapolis Strike Inti-jnapolis. Dec. 6.--Two strike- brea* crs were shot, oae probably fatally. -.Then a crowd of striking teamsters and sympathizers attacked a wagcn of tae Coburn Transfer corn- pan v in "West \Vashington street. Ja?ob Sor.enfield. of Chicago, was shot ihrorsh the neck and his injuries are believed to be fatal. Sociaiist Shoots Priest i B-'Ssels. Belgium, Dee. 6.-- A Catho] Kc priest \vas shot and wounded here · by a Socialist because he refused to I join a funeral processio nia which, the | red f'.as of Socialism was carried. One · of the 2i:en in the funeral party on his ' return irom the cemetery forced his j way iiito the priest's house, shot him \voi.ndeu one of the domestics. ^^ i Gettysburg, Fa. txe»: t :»K®x*x»xex*^K** x * K * £ * :s * ^^**^'*t: -p9 .TIO -- ,xnmp ep OB joxitno;.. -- u; pe/Ioiduio paAJas .inaq AVCU PBOJTI zanng Men 1-ock Arms and Fight Way to Kccm. \Vhsre She Lay Sick In Bed. \Tir-.cs-Barre. Pa.. Dec. 6.--Children pla: lu-r v.-iih matches in the home of Patrick Cahill. Cork j^ane. Pittston. sc: fire 10 the honse ana then ran awav. leaving Mrs. Anne Feeney, TVJIO was ill ia Led. in danger oi the blaze. T.ie house was soon enveloped in .'laires and the cries of Mrs. Feeney CGiila se heard begging for help. Men. tried .o rash through the flames, but the smoke and Sre drove them back. Finally a half dozen men locked hands cud fought their way to The room In whi!_".i 3trs. Feeney was. They t r s v r-^ankets about her aad then battle,: w-"th the Cames natil they rad reached safeiy. ACCEPTS POLO CHALLENGE American Committee Cables Willing- r.ss- tc Play Club Matches. New York. Dec. 6.--The American Polo association cabled acceptance of rb° challenge cf the Hurlingham club, cf t:rr:;r-u. for a series of international C-J.T matches. The first match f-ill be piayed on June 9, 1914. H. T- He-.jert. Harry Payne "vThit- ney ar-j August; Belmoat, members of the international committee, held a meeting Tor the purpose of taking action on the English challenge, with the resi-it stated. It was announced that Ha~ry Payne Tvnitaey would not :a : K^:.i ;hx? United States team in these ~azches. Accuse Banker's Wife as Smuggler. Hobcl-en. X. J. Bee. 6.--Mrs. Ella Plerains. v.-:fe cf a Los Angeles, Cal.. n';e~. was held in ?1"0 bail on a charge of trjiug to smuggle $2400 v/orih of e:Otb-ns and jewelrj"4nto the Tre Pcpe Receives American Priests. P.-r^e. Dec. «.--The pope received In :h;:e audience the Rev, Thomas C- "IliZ:i«. chancellor of the diocese of -eve:r.ad, and Rev. John T. O'Con- vl:. cf Toledo. WEATHER EVERYWHERE. j OSserratloas of United States j ^i..hGr Luieass taken at S p. m- I itisia:-day foilo-a-: j " Temp. "Weather. j Albany ^ Cloudy. ; .'.clr.ntic City... · rr-=ton XJT Orleans. - Ke--v York Fhiladolphia 44 44 44 68 47 52 54 36 Clear. Clear. Cloudy. Cloudy. Cloudy. Clear. Clear. Rain. Clear. The Weather. Fair today; cloudy tomorrow; · r'able v\iads. 36-000 ESGSJFROM RUSSIA Graf V/=:jarsce Brings Shipment For Phiiacisiphia Bakers. Philadelphia. Dec. 5. -- Thirty-six thousaa i e^gs were imported here from Ili'.ssia. The-- comprise the first of what is expecteJ to be a big consignment to brea:; tr.o egg comer in Philadelphia- Tie sri"rr:ent was admitted from the liner Graf \Vaidersee free of duty and --ill be sent to Pniladelphia bakers. 2- Dead in Texas Floods. Dallas. Tex., Dec. 6.---Flood conditions -.vre improving in this section, 'he high wat^r tenter shifting to the south around Heme and Richniond. XVaco and San Antonio were the greatest sr.iTerers. the three cays" rain and fiood having caused in them alone $500,0'," damage. The death list still totals twenty-foiir. GENERAL MARKETS PHILADELPHIA -- FLOUR quiet; winter clear. SO 65 g 0.30; city mills, at S3.50g3.60 rcHEAT firm; Xo. 2 red. new, 93% S-S" CORN caiet: Xo. 2 yellow, new, " : ' : No. 2 white. 46%@47c.; Credit Is Due. lower trades. ·?-"·- , POTATOES steady; per busne!, POULTRY: Live steady: hens. 17c.: old roosters. 11-5 12c.; tarSevs. iSfi^Oc, Dressed firm; choice iowis. iSc.: old roosters, 13c.; turkeys. -3 BFTTSR Srm: fancv creamery. 3Tc. EGGS steady: selected, C9c.; nearby, 3Jc.; ·western, 33c. Live Stock Prices. bulk of » rilln - CVTTLE slow: beeves. - T.»Vas steers. S6.70«7.80; stocKera and feeders. S4.90@7.70: cows and heifers. S3.40@-S.25: calves $i@ 11- SHEEP steady; native sheep. *4.10 0.540: ccarlmgs. $5.40@6.75; iambs, native, $6.-;-©7.85. Daily Thought. A man believes he is a hero if he H}3 heart was ^ great as tna amuses a baby for three minutes. But. ^- orld but there wa s no room in It he never gives a mother credit for to hoJd tllft mem0 ry of a wrong/-amusing it 24 hours a dag. \ Emerson. WHliaru Allison. Sam'L Walters farm, ilasiiltoiiban township. John D. Kiley, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa. Cumberland Township. ilrs. J. EL Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. Winensan, Cumberland Township. Frank iiumper, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa. C. J. DeardcrS, Orrtasna, Pa. Charles Wagarcan (Dr. V?. H. O'-Ceal Farm) Highland To«Tiship. F. L- ivinie, Bstler Township, Biglervilie, Pa. C. B. Sha-ik, Straban Tc-A-nsfaip, R. ~t, Gettysburg:, Pa. J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) E. 2^ GeUysburg, Pa. Mt- Joy Twp. Jacob Frooittieyer, Straban Township. Geoj ge EL Hariian, ?_ 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butler Township. George C. £hea!er, Strsban Township. Mrs. Mary J. \Veikert, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. J. II. Eex, ox oO, P.. 2, Biglerville. Mrs Madida L Codorl^un-.berland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa-, Cumberland Township. J. L- Toot, Siraban Township. D. L. Jacots, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. Batler ToaTssMp, Joseph B. Twining, R. 1^, Gettysburg, Pa. Edward A- Scott, ii- -i. Gettysburg, Fretdom Township. ' J. D. Brown, HJghlacfi To\vnship. E- F. Bidd'e, Mt. Pleasant To-nmship, R. 8, Gettysbarg. D. J Re!!e, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumherland Township. Leo Frommeyer, Mt. Pleasaat Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K. Major, Straban Township. John W. Mcllhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert," Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersviile, Pa. George D. Thomas, Chambersburg Pike- Robert Earner, Greenmount, Pa. Harry E. Shriver. Botler Township. R. 6. Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. "R'iUiam Coshun, Straban Township. Jeremiah Weaver, R. S, Gettysburg. Pa. D. C- March, Butler Township, R. ti. Gettysburg. Elias Wolfcrd, ML Pleasant Township. E. L. Smith, Butler Townshio, Blgierviile. J. Edward Lawver, Butler Township. R. R. Xo. 2, Blglerviile. S. J. Kaverstick, M. M. Sponseiler farm, Straban Twp., R. 8, Gbg. M. E. Freed. Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm, Franklin T-.vp.. Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott, Cuniberland Township. John H. Soonseller, ^.IcPherson Farm), Cumberland Township. Robert S. Shuli (-J. A, Shull Farmi Franklin Township. II. C- Hartzell (J. A. Shuil Farm) Frankiia Township. Jacob E- Hoke. Straban Township. Gettysburg, R. 7. H. 31. Sneeringer. R. 9, Gettysburg, near Boimeauville, Pa. J. D. Moose. Biglervilie. Pa. " G. F- Basehoar. Gettysburg. Cumberland and Germany Townships. Louis ilizei!. Straban Township, Gett^ sburg, R. 7. X. J. Shank. Biglerville Route 1. NFWSPAPFR Heiges and Mrs. H. i-- Heige H. C. Warren. Menallen Township. C. H. Rummell on C. L. Oshome'farm, Menallen Township. V»"^2. M. Bigham's Sons. Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bisham's Sons. Libertv Township. Jacob F. Peters. Tyrone Township. R. 3, Biglerville. Pa. Charles Essiek and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Goulson, Butler Township, ·i S. Whisler. Mz. Pleasant Townshio, R. 10. Slrs. Clestia A. Black. R. 1. Bigleryille, Pa. George Herring. Highland Township. W. F- Herbst. Orrtanna R- 1- O. B. Sharretts, Cumberland Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. G. E. Staiismith. Straban Township. R. S. Gettysburg, Pa. John Dick, Hoifacker Farm, Straban Township. - - - - Gilbert Rudisill. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg JRonte 1- J. E. Jacobs. EigeneS- K-ellyferm, Gumberiand lioTraisnrp. r.;_.,;-. --· J Ciavton Eider. Mt. Jov Township, Gettysburg R- 1, Chafes Fidler, (W. E. Golden farm), TL 1, Bigierville, Butter Twp. H. S. Mertz, Hamilton Townshin, CCampbell and'Moyer Farm.) Ja-nes L. Bigham. Freedom Tpwnsbin. Gettysbarg, ~£aL. - - _ Levi Crum. Mecallen Township. Mrs. Andrew Brous^i, R. 1. Aspers, Menallen Township. L H. Meals, Cumberland Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. C. W. Black. (J. Carna Smith Farm) R- 2, Gettysburg, SG. 3oy Twp. ' Wm. H. Johns. Cumberland Township -and Gettysburg-' George W. Wolf. R. 3, Gettysburg. Cumberland Township. Ed.-5iund Little. (John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Tovraship. ' Harris Cook. Menallen Township. -.-- * "' - Walter C. Snvder. R. 12. Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland T:wp^ Bayly Farm V:r.ceric Redding. R. S. Gettysburg, Straban Township. Edward Redding, R. 9. 5ectvsburg. Straban Township, A. J. Smith Facnv H. E. Bovd, Guldens. Pa., Sxrafaan and ML Pieasant Townships. Ha rrv S/Trostle.-Straban. Township. Ed'vvard A. Trostle, Straban To\-.-nship. Jonn Leese, on Nathan Brown farm, Straban Toismship, Gbg- Rout* 8- Mervin I. Weikert^ Highland Township, R. 1, Pairfield.- D- F. Ba'nterman. iJutler Township. Shtiltz Bros. D- B. Snyder Farm. Straban Township, Gettysburg, P. O. AlcDannel Bros., Arendtsville and Franklin Township, BiglervlBe, R. 1. S. B. Bream (F. M. Bream's farm) Btfder Township. Caivin E. Snvder. Bonneauville, Pa. Oris Waiter.'f Conrad Walter Farm) R. 1, Tillie, Franklin Township. F. B- Twisden. Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Township. E. F, Straasbaugh. Orrtanna, R. 1- Albert Hollinger. Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 6. De-rdorff Brothers. Tillie. Pa. Franklin TownsMp. E. ?- Garrettson, Butler Township. John and Frank Garrettson. MenaUen Townsn^j. R H. Black. R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Mrs. Daniel Miller. Cumberland Township. Gettysburg, Ronte ^D. S. Revnolds, Strafaan Townshin. Gettysburg Route 9. W. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 3. Jor.n Groscost, R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban TownsMp. GaiSeld Jacobs, R- 13. Gettvsburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff. Highland Township, (Mrs. H. 3. Mover Farm^. Euianuel Piank, Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. E. D. Heiges, Biglerville Borocgh- Jol.n H- Eckert, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 8. W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township, Gfag. R. 8. Mervin Black, Biglerville, Menallen Township. Mis. Martha Reed, near Arendtsville. Wrvbright Rice. Bisderd-le. Pa. H. S- Cromer. Mt. Joy Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. John S. Wolf. Straban iownship, S. i, Gettysburg, Pa. Clarence Hoffman. R. R. 2. Biglervilie, Pa. J. C. Walter. Butler Township, R. 2, Biglerville, Pa- Robert Witherotv, Cumberland Township. R. 13, Gettysburg^ Pa. Frank Herr. Cumberlar.d Township, R. 1-3, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Eicholtz. Freed Farm., Straban Township, R. 12, Gettysli D. W- Stoops. Highland Township, R- 4, Gettysburg, Pa- J. 3Iartin BVeam.""T%-rone Township. R. -3, Biglerville, Pa. H. H- Hart. R- 6, Gettysburg, Pa., Butier Township- Samoel Schwartz. Mt- Joy Township, Gettysburg. Route 1. J \. Wetzel. (Mary A. Snvder farm) Franklin Township. J. M. Bushman. (JIary A. Snyder Farm) Franklin Towns'"?. J. W. Tate, Tvrone Township, R. 4, Xew Oxford. ./ W. Cook, ller.ain Townshin. Flora Dale, Pa- A-1. Osborne, R- 2, Biglervillel J2'en Barne=, (Cromer Farm) Cumoerland Township, R- 1*, Gettysburg. Chis. E. Schultz, (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township, S- 5. Gbx- R. A. Diehi. (Mintcr Farm) Butier Township, Star Ronte, Biglerville, Pa. John B. Eiker. Cumberland Township. R- 12, Gettysburg, Pa. W J. Beamer, Straban and Mt- Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg, R- ?J Elaine Bushev. Franklin Township, S- 1, Bigiervifle, Pa. Jacob Groscost/Tyrone Township. R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. \V. T. Howard, Straban Township. C E Tawnev. Mt- Pleasant Township, Gettysburg, R. S. C W Tonsr." (E. A. Crouse Farm) Menallen Township,, R. R- Idavflle, P*. Curtin McGlaughlin (John P. Butt Farm) Franklin Township. Ja-'i-s Sanders. (X. H. Musselman Farm) Hamiltonban Township. Howard Bream'. Straban Township, R. 9. Gettysburg, Pa. Alien Redding' (Robt. S- Bream Farm) Cumberland Township. William -I. Eckenrode, Cumberland Township. G G Griffin. Straban Township. Route 9, Gettysburg:. Denton Hoff (Rufus Lawver Farm) Butler Township. H-Tve-"- Scott, Cumberland Township. Jacob Boyd. Mt. Joy Township, R. IS. Gbg. (William Cromer Farm). S. F. Bushman. Franklin Township, R- 5, Gettysburg. D .\I. Hoffman, Bisrlervisle, Route 2. E. X. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. T I Heret«r. Highland Township. R. -t. Gettysburg, Pa. Frnest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck i-arm) R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick. Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg. M Shindledecker, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R- t. H M Trostle, Highland Township, Tillie Post Office. D A Hankey (Mrs. Jeremiah Bender's farm) Cumberland Twp., K. i. D! C. March. Butler Township, S. 6, Gettjsburg H-ihpi-t ?.? Eldon. Aspers. ^ Mary Baldv,-in, Bendersvil'.e, Pa. _ _ . i*l JS_J» ^WSPAPER! turg. Pa.

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