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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. Vol. XIL No. 73. Gettysburg, I'm., Friilay, December 26th, 1913. Price Two Cent*. wish you AHappyNewYear Store Closes at 6 P. M. except Saturday. ' PARCELS HERE Town Force, Assisted by the Rural Carriers, Handle Thousands of Small Parcels during Christmas Rush It! Rid of All. ECKERT'S STORE, WALTER'S THEATRE LUBIN EDISOX PATHE WEEKLY XO r5 HER PRESENT Lubin Comedy Very comic episode which pnds in. a good match. THE TEST Yitagraph It's a service one, but the wife proves her love for her husband unassailable. He id convinced and his love for her is strengthened by the test, Clara Kiniball Young and Harry Nortbrup are featured. HIS REWARD --- Lnbiii Comedy A good old-maid j ke which will make you laugh. Show starts 6:30. Admission 5 cents. PATHE WEEKLY - Xo 5-1 Current events from every part of the Globe. Coming. PAUL GILMORE, In His Great Romantic Comedy Drama, (CAPT. ALVAREZ] One ^ight Only, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER :J1' P H O T O P L A Y SPECIAL TO-NIGHT THE WATER RAT .................. SELIG in 2 The glory of a high cas-te thief who covers bis tracks by swimming to and from bis home. His hatred for an old school fellow leads him to throw suspicion on this innocent man. A Scotland Yard detective, whose monocle extricates him from dilKcnltiec, brings justice ont of tbe tangle. The third reel to-night will !*·: WHY BRONCHO HILLY LEFT BEAR COI'NTY ............. Esanay Western T|I«TO is a atagp-coarh roMxry. Tbe girl influences Broncho and IK- ru- MorM ihe L'nM lakci! from the stage by the girl's father. He assume* the l-biiii.- i or 'il c Hi. ii :»nd k-sves Bear County. With G- M. ANDERSON Show starts 0-CO Admission 5c to all. For Yottr Christmas Clothes SELIGMAN, the leading tailor, will afford you the most satisfaction. Our stock of Winter fabrics is exceptionally fine in cheviots and worsteds of most taking patterns and weaves. The Quality Shop WILL M. SELIGMAN The Cash Tailor About four thousand pieces of parcel post mail were received at the Gettysburg post office from Saturday to Christmas Day, inclusive. It was all handled promptly and on Thursday afternoon nor one piece of unJei'vered mail remained in the ofice. G.jtt; sburg was in striking contract to s me othei towns in this respect and the puci-ess- ful handling of the big mcor.in-.' mail, as well as an equally large amoun: outgoing letters, cards and parcels, is a matter of which the local post office force is justly proud. John Slaybaugh, the parcel post man, delivered all of the mail himsel' until last Tuesday when Charles Myers Jr. was pressed into service to assist him. On Wednesday Postmaster Beales, following instructions from Washington, pressed into service the rural mail carriers with their teams and on the last two mornings 'they made numerous deliveries about town before starting to cover their regular routes. The parcel wagon made eight trips a day, which covered the entire town twice, so 'chat people not only got the parcels intended for them but got them promptly. While this delivering was being done the clerks at the office were handling a tremendous amount of outward bound packages and the office saw rapid work. The rural carriers had their wagons loaded Vo the limit,when they covered their routes Wednesday and Thursday but the county people as well as those in town got their mail promptly. While Gettysburg was getting away with this mail, other places were tied up and the result of this is being felt now. This morning the belated mail started to arrive. Parcels from a distance are" coming in a day or two late and many people will get their Christmas gift? after the regular celebration has passed. In addition to the big parcel business the number of postcards and small remembrance cards was greater than ever before. The small price at which these are sold attracted many buyers and Uie mail carried hundreds of them daily through uie local office. The odd sizes of the envelopes which contained these cards caused them to be considerable of a nuisance but the employees of Uncle Sam were sufficiently imbued with ine Christmas spirit not to mind this and all went well. ARENDTSVILLE · · » Arendtsville -- Krom his flock of"tern black Minorca hens Harry Shiiler got 1950 eggs doi'injfthe year. Cannon Crum has gone to Furlong, Bucks County, where he is employed at a steam saw mill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howe and '(.heir little son spent laf-t Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Wassem. Miss Merna Comfort is visiting relatives in Harrisburg and New Cumberland. Messrs. Edwin Roberts and Paul Bream, who are students in the Mercersburg Academy, are spending Christmas in their homes here. Pius S. Orner is getting the material together to build two new dwelling houses in this town. Mrs. Amos II. Lady and her two daughters, Misses Mary and Bertha, and son, Charles, of Harrisburg, spent Christmas in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram C. Lady. They formerly resided in this place but for 'the last 26 years have been living in Harrisburg. Miss Ruth Koser, or Boston, Mass., and her sister, Mi K s Vida Kn«er, of Mechanicsburg, are spending the holidays home with their parents, Rev. and Mrs. D. T. Koher. A. J. Miller, with his wife and daughter, Edna, and sons, Earl and Gilbert, and Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Sheely and their daughter, Miss Annie K. Sheely, spent Christmas wi'th Dr. C. A. Sheely in Harrisburg. Mr. and Mrs. Francis C. Knouse, oC Bethlehem, are \risiting here in the homes of Mr. and -Mrs. II. W. Trostel and Mr. and Mrs. David Knouss. Messrs. Clyde H. and Ira E. Lady, who are teaching at West Chester, and Luther A. Lady, who is a student in the West Chester Normal School, and Miss Carrie E. Lady, who is Leaching in Highland Township, spent Christmas in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lady. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Witmore and daughter, Edna S., and son, Rodger, spent Christmas in llarrisburg. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bittinger spen f Christmas-in the home of James P. Lupp, at Aspers Station. mmm One Paper Circulated Asking for a Closed Season for Five Years, Another Protesting against Such Action. Many Sign Latter. Recently there was sent throughout a part of Franklin and Adams counties for signatures, a petition asking the state game commission to prohibit the killing of deer in the two counties mentioned for a period of live years. It was alleged that the male deer were being exterminated by the hunters during the open season each fall. The petition was signed by about 200 men, it is said. j To counteract 'the effect of this, » paper was circulated throughout this same section of country containing the protest of h u n t e r s and others again*!, this closed season of five years for deer. 1'c has received more thau 700 signatures and 1000 could have been procured had there been sufficient ime, it is said. The protestants against this lonp, losed season say there are more deer n ever in the mountain and that here is no necessity for cutting off he annual hunting season. Pennsylvania's bear hunting season vill close next Wednesday night as ne of the most disappointing known n years, unless snow falls and the veather becomes much colder. The ears have not ventured into the open ecause they did not have to hunt very much for food and there has been 110 snow to track them. There is prac- ically no bear hunting ground in this -.ounty but Adams County : (hunters usually visit Fulton County for a day's bear hunt during . the_.deer_sea- K O D A K S F I L M S C A R D S P A P E R S Everything needed by the Amateur Photographer our entire stock is of the standard E a s t m a n M a k e Direct from the factory. ALWAYS FRESH. Careful attention to the development of films. Mail and Phone Order* Given Careful Attention. H U B E R ' S D R U G S T O R E J. H. HUBER. Druggist. 1U*'lHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.1M1IMIIII!IIIIHIIIMIUIIIIIIIHIIIIilllllIlllltlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!:illlllllll"l IIIHHMIlS POSTPONED Bad Weather Causes Exercises to be Postponed. The Christmas exercises of the Fairfield Reformed Sunday School have been postponed to Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. Owing to the bad weather the Christmas exercises of Flohr's church have been postponed uiuil Saturday evening at seven o'clock. A Christmas entertainment will be jiven at Boyd's school, Monday even- ng, December 29. It was postponed on account of the bad weather. HAMPTON, Hampton--Miss Iva Chronister, who had been visiting 1 " her brother, II. B. Chronister and wife, at Johnstown re turned home last week. Jacob Miller and wife, Georgia Slagle, and nephew, Hugh Hantz, Eddie Bellinger and Lemuel Milaun Esq., Chester Ohronister, wife and child, Dale March, Wilbur Bosserman and wife, Mrs. EHas Hartzle, Mrs Henry Klindmst, Miss Rebecca Myers Allen Markle and wife were amonf- the many shoppers from this neighborhood at Hanover last week. Isaac Wilt is busy sawing wood ii and around town. Miss A n n a Miller is spending ; few weeks at Hanover. Henry Raifensperger and Isaac WiV Sundayod at New Oxford. Eniert Simpson is suffering with ty phoid fever. Mrs. William E. Wiley and daugh ter, Myrtle, of near Pine Grove Fur EAST BERLIN East Berlin--Last Wednesday the W. 1). Brougher Net Company, ol W:ll;;vill(, shipped two car-loads of leather fly nets to the western customers. On' Friday evening, at 7 o'clock, Rev. William 11. Miller will organize a catechetical -lass in this place. The class will meet in the Sunday school room of Zwingli Reformed church. Next week prayer meeting at Trinity Lutheran church will be held on Thuisday evening, January 1st, instead of Wednesday. Immediately after the service the Sunday School will meet to reorganize for the ensuing year. Miss Margaret Kohler, New Oxford, has resigned her position as bookkeeper in the office of the Pure Feed Milling Company, that place. Her place in the mill has been filled b; Guy Wolf, of Abbottstovn. Orvillu Baublitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Baublitz, formerly of East Berlin, last Wednesday underwent an operation for appendicitis at the home of his parents in York. Rev. W. H. Miller, will begin a series of meetings tit the Bermudtai. Reformed church on Monday evening. January 5."Meeting every night thai week and on Sunday evening, thv llth. All are invited to these meet ings. CAPTAIN ALVAREZ aul Gilmore and Associate Players, in Their Great New York Success. The management of Walter's Tho atre in which Paul Gilmore is to present "Captain Alvarez", H. S.Sheldon's- great new romantic drama on Decem ber 31 gives a positive guarantee tha'. this is one of the best attractions that has ever appeared here. This guarantee was made after having read the newspaper clippings from other oities-- where this company has appeared, nl! testifying to the merit of the production, though an acquaintance with Mr. Gilmore's work in former years and a firm conviction of the worth of all his former productions, should in itself carry weight sufficient to j u s t i f y a. guarantee of this attraction.--advertisement TWO TAVERNS Two Taverns--Mr. and Mrs George Rife and Mr. and Mrs. Samue! H. Sent/., of Hanover, spent Sunday with J. T. Myers and family. John Topper lost a valuable horse bj death during 'the week. D. C. Rudisill has erected a new wood house. Alex. D. Wherley has the telephone installed in his house. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Hann wen Hanover visitors on Saturday. Mrs. C. A. Yoost spent Saturday mid Simday visiting friends at--Han- PERSONAL AND BRIEF Paragraphs cf Kews Tellini of the Happenings in and about To«n. People Visiting Here and Those ' Sojourning Elsewhere. Roy Honian, of Altoona, is visiting at his home on West Middle street, Frank Cook, of Philadelphia, is spending some time with his sister, Miss Anna Cook, on York street. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Oyler, of Mifflin, are visiting Mr. and "Mrs. Wesley Oyler on East Middle street. Louis Engel is visiting relatives and friends in Baltimore for some time. Miss Helen Smuckler has returned Hi'-risburg after visiting at her om6 on York street. Harry Rubenstine has returned af- er spending Christmas at his home in Jaltimore. Dr. Ross McAllister, of the U. S. ^avy, is spending some time at his ome on High street. Mr. and Mrs. J. Laurence Stack- louse, of Easton, spent Christmas ·vith his parents and sisters on East Vliddle street. Mrs. Stackhouse will emain until next week. Mrs. Rebecca Geiman, of Hanover, s visiting at the home of her mother* Mrs. Mary Menchey, on South Wash- ngtcn street. Miss Anna Bowman and Miss Addie Jaughman, of Lancaster, are visiting .Irs. Free Pitten'turf, on Carlisle -street. Miss Ruth Cullison, of York, is isiting at the home of her parents on West High street. Herbert S. Bream, of New York, is visiting- at his home on Seminary over. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wherley was- Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Collins. Messrs. Dennis Bucher and Piu Gouker had the Bell Telephone installed in their homes. Charles C. Miller is KSving 1 tiinBe sawed preparatory to building a new barn in the spring. Mrs. Julia Newman has erected e. new picket fence around her lawn. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller twins, a son and daughter. Samuel Young, who has been on thi sick list, is improving. A r t h u r C. Sentz has accepted tht position of engineer at the Charle Rudisill .saw mill, which is sawing ou a I,'·act of timber on the farm ownei by John Appier, formerly the Coshui farm near Bonneauville. MEETING Arendtsville School Pal runs to Meet Next Tuesday. The Arcndtsville Parent-Teachers' nace, spent a few days with her uncle Association will hold its regular meet- l! TW^'Oi-'c i vi rl i\ r i f «i ; rri _ . ! _ . . _,,,., : », ,.. T^nn .-.«.* t-vn *· *J A Reduction : Sale This I» The Semi-Annual Of all unsold Winter Overcoats, Suit and Trouser Materials. Come Early to Get a B A R G A I N . : : · T a i l J . D . L I P P Y o r For Yqur Horses, Use Dr. Hudson's Liquid Conditioner The Results will please you. HOT CHOCOLATE With W H I P P E D C R E A M and Wafer* 5c Chicken, Beef, Tomato and Clam Bouillon Be G E T T Y S B U R G C A N D Y K I T C H E N CHRISTMAS FIRE Small Blaze on Stratton Street Brings out Company. Fire at the home of Charles Stallsmith on Stratton street brought out the Fire Department Christmas evening about eight o'clock. Their services were not required and they turned back after having gone about half way. The fire was caused by the f u r - nace. A small hole was burned in the floor but little other damage was done. and aunt, E. C. Myers and wife. Charles Myers and family and ?rlrs. J. A. Hykes were also recent guests at the Myers home. Mrs. Samuel Sipe :s spending some time at Spring- Grove with her sis'ter, Mrs. David Fissel, and family. Mrs. Amelia Smith, Williamsporl, Mrs. Charles Yohe, Hcidlersbunr, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Margaret Smith. ing on Tuesday evening, December .'50, at 7:.'50 o'clock. The following program will be rendered, music, II. C. Lady; solo, Edwin Rice; "Benefits of a Parent-Teachers' Organization", Prof. George M. Rice; instrumental solo, Miss Vida Koser: duet, Messrs. Rice and Lady; address, Prof. C. 11. Lady; instrumental music, Miss Margaret Minter. SERIOUSLY ILL Mrs. Slover not Improved from Accident Injuries. Auto r. The condition of Mrs. Simon Stover, of McKnightstown, who was injured in an automobile accident latt Sunday, continues about the same and no improvement is reported. THE following merchants will close every Wednesday and Friday evening at G:00, beginning Friday, January 1st: C. II. Klepper, H. W. Trostel and Son, M. K. Knouse, and K. G. Lower. Thomas Brothers, J. H. Seasoly, S. G. Bigham and G. H. Knouse will close at 6:30.--advertisement 1 PAIRFIELD Fail-field--Communion service in the L u t h e r a n church Sunday, J a n u a r y 4 at 10:80 o'clock. Preparatory service' Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Peter S. Harbaugh is .sutlVriiir w i t h a carbuncle on his neck. The schools of this d i s t r i c t w i l l re open on January 5th. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Macklcy arc spending the holidays with relative.-, at Maytown. Mrs. W. S. McCreary is v i s i t i n g relatives at New Holland. Albert Barr and family, of 'York, spen'i Christmas with Mrs. Kv.'innal, Artzberger. Miss Janet Cunningham, of P'nilu delphia, and Miss Elizabeth C u n n i n g ham, of East Orange, N. J., are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cunningham. ~NO TESTS ' Stair Discontinues Tuberculin Tests of CaKlc for the I'resrn' It will be of interest to t h e farmers of Adams County to Tinow that th StaVe is making no tuberculin tests of cattle at present at the expense of the State ox«-pt in herds belonging to | state institutions. MRS. EDWIN HARRIS Mrs. Harris Diod at her Home in Bon- dcrsvilli-. Hattie S. Harri.s, wife of Edwin S. Harris, died at t h e homo of her mother, Mrs. Angel i IK- Sheely, in Benders ville, this m o r n i n g at 1:30 aged :!G years, 2 months and 1 day. Funeral Monday morning, meeting at the house at 10 o'clock. Services in 'the Lutheran c h u r c h , Rev. Joseph Arnold officiating. I n t e r m e n t in Bendersville cemetery. Friends will please take t h i s as notice of the funeral. FED 80 PEOPLE \BBOTTSTOWN Abbottstov.-n--Joseph W. March home from Swarthmore College ,-,pend the holiday vacation. .Jerome Border is rapidly recover!n; from his injuries received by a fa several weeks ago. At an election held in the Reformei church Sunday the following officer, were elected: elders: H. A. Waltman George E. Reichart; deacons: Jaco' Miller, Jonas Hildebrand; trustee, J. J Wolf. Charles Baugher sold his property in Hamilton township to Amos Mum inert, of Hanover. Terms private. I'o^ session given in the spring. I ' l a j t o n Spain- anor iiis housekeeper M.ss J u n e Wisle-r, of East Bcrlir moved i n t o our town on Tuesday. Colored Elks Had a Larftc Number al I heir Christmas Dinner. The Colored Elks on Chris'tmas Day fed at their home on West High reet fifty of the lit'tl- colored child ren of town together with about thirty older persons. After the dinner all the children recited speeches or sang and the even'i. was a great swcfss and a Vippy one for all who look part. BERMUDIAN Bermudian -- Mrs. .Joseph Gochen our and Mrs. M. Ilershey have return L-d home after spending t,ome t i m e a tin 1 home of C. M. Spahr and f a m i l j it York. Harvey As.per transacted b u i i n o s in Kast. Berlin on Saturday. John K n a u b recently sold a cow fo: ivhich he received $90. Lewis Slothour, w i f e and daughter Mary, of Dover, spent Sunday will J o h n Asper and family. Harvoy Asper holds the record fo 1 the champion weight porker. H- slaughtered one the other week thai pulled SI5 pounds dressed. J. C. Peters made n business dip t East licrlin, Monday. MARRIAGE LICENSES Permits (o Wed Issued by Clerk of tin Courls. Clerk of the Courts Olinger has i" .sued a marriage license to Ervin Me CJurk and M i s ! Mary Cook, both o ( J p t t y s b u r g . POST Toasties. One full si/.P package free with overy ten cvnt box. Gettysburg Department Store.--advertisement 1 i . A I A ' A N l ' / . K D buckets, wore If md JO cents now !:" cents. Gettys burg D e p a r t m e n t S'tore.-- advertisement 1 Miss Ella N. Goodhart, of Chester, is visiting at the home of Mrs. J. H. Widder, on West Middle street. Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Lewars, of Harrisburg, are spending some .time at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Singmaster on Seminary Ridga. . Mrs. Herbert Klingel, of North Washington street, is visiting at her lome in Reading for a month. Roy P..Funkhouser has gone to Big Pool, Md.',-for a visit at his home, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Sheads returned Wednesday evening 1 from Baltimore vhere they spent the past few ff«its. Rev. *nd Mrs. H. A. Stouffilr- ind ;on, of Ghambersburgv are visiting at he home of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hamilton, on North Washington street. Mr. and Mrs. U. F. White, of Cap* Charles, Va., spent Christmas at the ionic of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Troxell, MI West Middle street. Miss Edna Steinour, of South iVashington street, is spending a few .vecks in Newark, N. J. William McSherry, of Boston, Mass., ·ipcn'L Christmas at the home of hta nother on West Middle street. Mr. and Mrs. William Eckenrode ind family have returned to their lome in Warren, Ohio. Miss Justine Hartley, of Carlisle street, is spending some time in East Berlin. William Plank, of East Middle ;treet, spent Christmas with relatives n Fairtic'ld. Miss Grace EicholU has returned o her home on Chamoersburg street. ifter spending several months in Virginia. Mrs. Clara Deitrick and Mrs. J. W. Senncr. of Chambersburg street, are /isiting for several weeks at the home f Rev. and Mrs. W. II. Iletrick, in A T es'tminster. Miss Annie Miller, of York, is .pending some time with relatives in own. Paul Rupp, of McKeesport and Rob- ^rt Rupp, of Hagerstown, are visiting heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ^upp, of West Middle street. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoke, of Philadelphia, are visiting at the home if Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hoke on West ligh street. Mrs. Leah Schnitzer has returned "rom a visit of several months in vVestminster. Robert Schni'tzer ac- ·ompamed her home. Dr. C. E. Treiblfry anf * family, of Vashinjjton, are visiting Mr and Mrs. I. A. Ring at Hotel Gettysburg. Miss Mary Mcllhenny, of Richmond, Virginia, is visiting for several day:i it the home of her parents, Mr. ar.-i Vlrs. John Mcllhenny on East M1ddl-- itreet. George Bowers, of Sieelton, was a. merit at the home of Mr. and Mrs \ annor Buehlcr on East Middle street, Christmas Day. (Continued on second page) INEWSPAPERif VSPAPERI

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