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:E«£*:^^^ M HOT TIAY 1 1 Vy L^ 1 L^ JTli I \IRMEMpROgBOMSSONMQORS Spanish Aviators Hiiri Explosives on * - Enemy During Battle. Madrid,- 'Dee. IS.--A large ^fcree of Moc'rish tribesmen was routed with y- heavy loss by the Spanisik troops at IjJiBIuley 'Abselaza, Spanish Morocco. £^-5paiusb military aviators threw.the _ Si" Moors into disorder trick showers'of '- 1R? -Effective ^Joveinber 10, 1913. I * '*[ - © ~ ft] \Vhea the order'for t5c general ad- jt'ivance of the Spaal'sU column -was |£'gives the advance guard, discovered ·K? several thousand ?.loorlsli mountain- i * leers concealed ia leh irregularities of | jji'the ground. - H| A flotilla of military aviators "was Wisest up to reconnoitre. By means of ^ s Bag signals the aviators guided the 8:56 A. M. Daily Except Sunday Sol ' Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:28 A. JL" Daily for Hagerstown, f Waynesboro, Chambersburjj, Hancods, Cumberland, Pittsburgh and Chicago also Elkin^ W. Va, 12:25 P. 1L for JJighOeld and intermediate stations. 2:55 P. M- for York, Baltimore a=d Intermediate Points. 5:36 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B- aiKT H- Division Points to " Eigbfielc£""~ also ' Hagerstovn, Y.'aynesboro, Chainbersbtrrg and Shippeasbarg- TJie aviators then ascended" to an and intermediate stations. I i t - ' the Moors Tivere is. lie greatest at £J bers. 5~ | Thea came vrhat the dispatch to the § Spanish war office describes as a (B 'veritable rain of bombards, tossed S i o'y^hand by the airmen fcto the icldst y.! of the Moors. §| After this bomardrsieat the Spanish G j infantry charged -.-ith the bayonet and dislodged the Moors from their positions, causing taem to flee in great J£j disorder, leaving large numbers of p j dead and '«.-o-is'led on the field. iji The Spanish troops also lost a con- y \ siderable aursber of men, as the ri3e ® j fire of the Moorish tribesmen was very 9! accurate. TO TftKE llfflllEE WEEKS VACATi o ^c e and Small Musical Instruments during the Holidays. Victor Talking Machines and Records. A Piano or Victor Talking Machine is a joy to any liorne. W ! £ f selFt}ieni at prices 'arid-'--terms that you Can afford one, Call '--" 'and get pfices^ T ) before ' : · · purchasing elsewhere ' i 6'oiftg Away For a Rest When 'Currency"Bill is Passed O z e s* 4 - "Washington, Dec. IS. -- Although -^! President "Wilson's physician declared ® j that the president was fully reco\~ered ~ from his attack ot the grip, ""*" Advertising: From th~ T W O L L I E S Z '* 0- Th Oolis- ^ Weak Throats*. Ayer Cherry Sold for 70 years. Ask Year Doctor. J. C. Aj«r Co.. pllowing usefQ^arl^Je^ are suggested for Christmas r Gifts for man, woman and child. LL. B, BR8PSY TREATED FRANKLIN MILES, M. D^ . The Great Heart =ud Dropsy Sue- cialist. Will Send a New $3.75 Treatment Free. Many "Hopeless" Cases Soon Cured "After 5 to 15_Deciers Failed- At nrsl no disease :s apparently more harmless than dropsy, a iirtle s'.vel!ingr of the eyelids, rands, iae- ankles or abdomen. Finally there is great shortness of breath, smothering spells, sitting up to brea'the. eouga, feint spells, some times nausea^ and vomiting, even bursting of the limbs and a lingering- and v.-rerched denth if the dropsy is not removed. · ^ _ Dr. Allies has been known as a le-d-' ( ' ing specia-sst in this_disease for 20 years. His liberal »t * * 3- - i t -J »* * JT 4T ·,,* '* -Z* Carving Sets. Cutlery of all kino-*. Di^^cls Carpet Sweepers, Clothes Wringers. Numerous Styles of \Tashin^ Mathiiies, Fot^l Choppers. Meat Grinders, Lird Presses. Wear Ever AluimniJiri Coolvlr.tj fteiisils. Safely Razors. Pocket Krave?; Scissors. Too's o[ all kinds Express Wagons. Tricycles. Sk-ds and Skates, AaOmobilo i'obes, Horse BJaiikets. iry Storm Froi.ts, All kinds of Harness. SB received anolher I.IH shipaieat of beautiful Trunks, Bags and Suit Cases. All of the abo\e articles sold at extremely low pricts. Your oatronage respectfully solicted. * -- '."^* *~ * * ' t t oftsr is cerYanly 9 © ©?i _©_ e worthv of serious consideration. You mav noc have another oppormnity. The Grand Dropsy Treatment coc- ssts of four dropsy remedies, in one. also Tonic Tablets and Pcra'-Larca for removing the "water. This treatment is especially prepared for each patient and is at lease ten times as successful as that of most ohysieians. It usu- irom P-IS a-^u^ Oi ue B ii^, -.-- ««- ally relieves the; fir^t" day. and ra- son did not go to the executive offices, moves swelhng ^ six oays m most He \rill probably continue to -work in zhe VHiite Honse study for the remainder of the -K-ee'K:. Secretary Tuiaalty said that the oresident is planning a three -creeks' vacation to be began as soon as the currency bill is disposed of. He hopes to oe-ab:e to sign this measure early nest D/Ol Hnghes. MarHi, Texas. afteV 3 ohvsicians failed- Sirs -fC · 2 s e i e @ -^^^^^ SAVE FOi Ask us to tell you about A t . t r_a c t i v e S a v i n g s P l a n making saving easy Ticjts Isaied Eicii Dc-po^rorJ.TIth.oiit Cosi. .A small -lepoEit aid you'll have a nice amount for Crrlsimas Shopping. START NOW EVERYBODY WELCOME ICL ·The»length of time of the vacation," said 3tr. Tumulcy. "vrili_-,.'ot coarse depesd on the plans jEade.. by congress for its holiday recess./ Tl - ^° KJrelVjihoweTer, that congress jonrn immed^tery after oill is out of The vray 12. This TTouid enable ti get away from, the _ ^^ f .^ three weeks and secure.the sfest ·??' It is admitted he badly needs: * "Just wLere this vacation^. r _ snent nqs act been Snally. decidefe Tfce Presicent and ilrs. considering a. auniber of finally "agree ca the a- the best opportunity rest." - -~ cases. Delav is dangerous. Mr D. J' " ' urea after 3 oh" arah A. Boyd. 23 So. Frederick St.. )e!v.-ein. Ia.."cured ari.er giving up ooe. ilrs. El\ina Senders. Decatar, v"ebr., cured after 10 pnys:cians fail- d. Sirs. A. J. Nash, "iilnden. Xebr.. ured. Limbs srsrolien up to the body. Irs. J. Y.'Davidson. Gaiesviils, Wise.. . . . . , .. ured after 6 physiciars failed, ilrs. tdia, Breault. Dugdale. ilinn.. cured ' AFIRE;jIUMPSJO DEATH Man Wh:h Clothes AfTame Leaps Into River From Torpedo Boat. PhQadelpaia, Dec. 19.---Frank Keller, twenty years OIQ. -sras dro-srned he jumped into taeTJeia-firare river at Cramps' shipyard Tritb. his ablaze. Keller ^ras vrorking inside the torpedo boat Parker, which is nearly completed, ween ais clotaing becanse ignited py a lighted candle. He ran to the deck and lumped into the river ·with his clothing in Sames- He did not rise to the surface it is believed that the sacck of plto ing into the cold crater rendered unconscious. His body --as anally recovered. No Graft In U. S. Supplies. Washington. Dec. 13.-- Charges graft ia the purchase of sovernzrt supplies totaling siasy millions of do! lars ^-ere foinid baseless ana errors in the a^crard of contracts ~ere minor according to findings of a special com mission appointed to investigate oy Secretary of the Treasury HcAdoo. Students Meet the Pope. Home, Dec. 19.-- Forty-five stuier-t- of tie American college in Rome Trer pfeseated to the pope by rucssfs^o Thomas F. Kennedy, the rtctcr. TJ pope appeared to be in perfect IieaiL-i GENERAL MARKETS **XX#Ktt«^^ ** The Best Christmas Gifts Are Useful Gifts The Hardware Store kl 3r " '*'# 3, * A Boys Wagons Nickel Teakettles Nickel Coffcpjfots C; Oil Heating "Stives Gloves for Men and Boys Enamel Ware. Driving Lamps Boys Coasirs^and Skates f J -- -* ·T'oodxChoppers «t,nainel Roasters =; Eeeii Entter SaftyT?azor Carving Sets Remington Rifles _ w __________ Hatehets and Sa-vrs Call to see us and exmaine our Jine. " Our prices are low,Quulity the best Knives and Forks . J- Reindollar PHILADELPHIA -1 wfeter clear, §3.75® 4; city mills, fa=t ! cv, "54.30^5.10. "RYE FLOUR firm, at 535JS3.S · ! ser barrel. WHEAT steady; N"o. 2 red, ! ^mx^eak: Xo. 2 yellow. TSfSOc OATS firm; Xo. 2 ^vnite, lovrer trades, -55 3 .^c. POTATOES steady, at «0@S-.e. pe liashel. . ,, _ POULTRY: Live steady; heris, isy I7c.- old roosters. Il@12c.; tr.rlcc^s, iSS^c. Dressed fina; choice lo-wss. iScl; old roosters, 13c.; turkeys, 23 j? -7.1C, ~ BUTTER nrm; fancy creamery. S9c. EGGS steady: selected, CDg4i:c.; searby, S7c.: Live Stock Prices. Go GETTYSBURG; PA. ££-Z j 5 - -^ have put forth every effo'ft"td'Arfy- l ou^ i tKe / ReaI Gift Store of the uppeig| enii of-.-A.da ps 4i Qount,y rt ,|Ji!s iyeay, : andj ( \vejbeUeve^v^^liay^ s^fceeded. O spacious rooms are filled with the very newest411.-every. lln.e,ior eyer\- me * - - - - the little trinkets that are always welcome remembrances : ^e substantial and useful gift^israjipre doubly appreciated. 31 :EPS iUR HAIR DARK Honseliold -Gifts 1 ^d we want to call the special _ are-here for yo::r Inspection. The popular We^-Ever Altfltiinum Cooking; advs mages of a. yonthfol appearanc^ Ybnr hair is your charm: It makes or ^ mars the face. When ic fades, turns '_. gray and looks dry- "wispy and scrag- j'j gly" just a few applications of Sage . te _ Tea and Sulnhur enhances its appear- ; Q -^ ^ T . _ 3 ^ _ 1 J S^TV ^e ! || Utensils will make a pretty as well as a useful gfft to the housewife who appreciates j| : S - , * 3 . , - , - « i " r M or 1? rnts oi real value. -a H ·S e · eS Look voun,: Eith--: Men Our Hue of -Traveling Lags. Suit Cases and Tranks is ex;ens5ve and well -selected. We claun the best line of of -"Wveth's Sage and Sulphur tiairi \j±. ·v^dji. o .^^.^w t..~u. ^%^.vi.M. **M..TM 55»j -seicd-ci*. Remedy." Thousands of folks recora- j gj lend :;his ready-";o-tise preparation. gS ^1* Jen's IS Neckwear in the county and an and voting- men like. sponge or soft brush vrith it. drawing: , tins through the hair, taking: one · g small strand atr a time. By mornirgr iga the gray hair disappears: after ancch- · g® eir application or_rro, its natural color , gg is- restored and it becomes thick. ! glossy and lus'crous, and you appear ; For Women Brush and Comb Sets in nice Leatherette Cases \nake very attractive gifts. Every article of wearing apparel that a woman could want or need may be jj found here, includinj a specially nic( line'6*T"Ribbons, Jewelry, Fine Hand-,-, "kerchiefs and -Unnfbrellas^are also hereof with raanv, many other sice ?rdcles. T~« * "5 - - 4~*i · *t ¥ ' / ? ? ' - · For tne Cfeildren years yonnger. SHERIFF'S SALE | In pcrsnrance of a Ttrit o- fieri i"..c;a? isuing out oitne court of common p!5is , of Adams Gonnty. and to me direcii rt. { will be exposed topuhlicsale on Monday. ' the 22r.d "day of December. 191:;, at o'clock in the afternoon at the courthouse; in the borough of Gettysburij, A'iams« county. Pa., the following: Leasehold: on j ihe ab^ve date I "will sell ali the richt: and interest of tliedefendant in tl;-- }i**tei' property on York street, in the borough , _ of Gettjsb^nr- Adams connty. P.I.. ' £g knoxva as the Globe Hotel, £o~ wit:- a'_ §g certain leescholcl gisaranteed bv An«.of -·- ' se Collins, o-scner.Jro G- H. Sipe, defendant., ^ ia and to a lot of srotmd forming on' gg York street, oounded. on the east and j e® ill * * * «j And for the litile people we have Sleds," Express Wagons, Toy Desks, Dolls, j and a bio; line of toys, together with pretty things in the. va;, f Wearing AppareF^ and Sweetmeats without which Christmas for the youngsters would be a failure. · ·? _ ,-ti Do Your Shopping EARLY And Do It HERE. You'll be Pleased. We Pay Highest Cash Prices for Country Produce- I heeves, . Texas York street and to a public alley, -^.»~ iv^=v~n-~..v» ».*,.,,-^~~-,^ of the defendantexpiresonJi.pr!llBt. 1P141 and. is subject to *he pavment oi a men- \ thly rental of 3150.00 per mouth. j r " :ed and taken into, execution as ih Adams.Co., Pa. , ·west asd in the rear by public alleys. , ley; the leasehold snteres^;. - .. _ __ · -- " ~ OW/.trVi itij'i til-\^J.l JULV, ^-Vt^UtiVai «l^ t . « . ^ l , * nroperty of G- H. Sipe and to be sJ,d:|i by a*-- - - - -» G. R. Thompson. Snen: SherJiT'-= office, Gettysburg, Pa., y 9.h. 19IS. rt-is si · ! -^ , ., . steers, S6.fi"'?? 7.C5: stockers ar.d feed ers. S-:.?0 V O 7.40: covrs and hlefers, 53.Sfl 1 S.20: calves. $7-3 11.25. SHEEP r.ieady: lambs lo-wer; na- M^ejiheep, 51.-JO@5.75: yearlings, So.aO ·ti!6.85; ir-mbs, native, $6.40@7.9o. ' - Can Tell AH About It. On© of the peculiar tbings in American life is that those -who bave no finances always know the most about finance.-- Philadelphia Ledger. 't Flit Of! seeking relief frooi the illnesses caused by defective action of the or- - , gans of digestion. Most serious sick- i nesses get their start In troubles of : the stomach, liver, bowels -- troubles , 1 1 quickly, safely, surely relieved by ; ! BEECH AM'S PILLS '_ Sold ereryrvherc. la boxet, 10c. t 25e. 1 lo SHOES BUYERS q«$ Bsligaip Tables ?hoes of 4e!l knSvn fines Ivhich we have dis-conlinued"; W. H Douglas $3.50 and $4.00 shoes at $1.98. Others reduced to 38 cents and $1.48. Ladies LaFrance $3.00 Shoes, Now $1.98. Childrens Shoes were 50 cts and $1.00. Now T9 cts and .48. C. B. Kilzmffler EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE, Letters Testamentary on the George W. Lavender, late of Cas Adarf-s County. Penna.. decea? .,_, r.orinwl 10 make itjsraediatt . an«i those persons na\ins cl^ms K sa!«%es«sdtto prescar the same R dtlayfo. · j XEITIE E. BOTVLIE. \ Freiierick. 3Id. ' n^ecutrix of the last "Will and ! T*^=ta:«ent o; Gtx*. W. Lavender, decrd. Or to i ! William Hersn, ES.J.. | j Attorney. Ask your grocer for White Lfly FLOlM It's the Best ,

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