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Medic*! Clogged Nostrils Open At Once, Head Colds And Catarrh] Vanish Instant R«li*f Win are Clogged ft __ Nasty CatarrlMl _ ile*dach« Vanishes. and Cold. Head Stops Dull Try "Ely's Cream Balm." Get a small bottle anyway, just to try it--Apply a little in the nostrils and instantly your clogged nose and etppped-up air passages of the head will open; you will breathe freely; dullness and headache disappear. By motmiygTtnV catarrh, eold-in-head of cat*rrhai£oi e' throat will be gone. End;,* ' bottle.,, drug s , · r-»i'.T dissolves by the heat of the nofttrila; penetrates and heals the inflamed, swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and throat; clears the air passages; stops nasty discharges and a feeling of cleansing, soothing relief comes immediately. Don't lay awake to-night struggling for breath, with head stuffed; no«tril« closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh or a cold, with its running nose, foul mucous dropping into the throat, and raw drynesa is distressing but truly needless. , Put your faith--just once--in "Ely'* Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh will surely disappear. SAVE FOR CHRISTMAS 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 Tiekuti l-fticd Kadi 1) po«itorJ\Vithout Co-t. A «mall deposit weekly and you'll have a nice amount for C'l'rifttiiiap Shopping. START NOW EVERYBODY WELCOME Biglerville National Bank WILLIAM R. GEORGE. publio. «f Recently Jwntvr Re- Unde« fir* STABBED TO DEATH IN HOME Murderer Then Attacks DauQhter of Victim and Escape*. Ueo. ^t : .~~John Haja- All persons are warned not t# with dog, gun or trap for u. r nor for fithingior in any way torty-Bix years ol i, a balwr. tating the laws of the commonwealth with regard ta For tale by People'* DrogStore Gettysburg-, Pa. · PUBLIC SALE On TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1914. The undersigned will sell at public sale at his residence in Alt. Pleasant Township, Adams County, on the road leading from the Baltimore pike to the Bonneauville Road, 3V miles south of Gettysburg, the following personal property:-One pair of black mules coming 4 years old, one a good leader; 29 head of cattle consisting of 7 milk cows 3 heifers, 3 of them fresh by time of sale and others close springers; 12 bulls from 1 to 2 years, 8 of them fit for service, Durham and Holslein stock, hard to beat; 4 sows will farrow in February Poland Chini stock. Also about 50 chickens mostly Leghorns. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock sharp, when terms will be made known by GEORGE JEFFCOAT. G. R. Thompson, Auctioneer. Reuben Schwartz, Clerk, of them fresh by time of sale, 10 s I § P U B L I C SALE at the Creamery at Guernsey on Wednesday, December 31st Consisting of a lot of shoats ranging in weight from 25 to 50 Ibs. 1 Chester White Sow with ten pigs by her side. One O. I. C. sow will have pigs by day of sale, Berkshire Boar,200 lb«,sow will have pigs latter part of March;2 Fat hogs, will weight about 300 pounds, also one Bay Mare, 10 years old, fearless of all road objects, and other articles too numerous to mention. Sale to]co3ioi9ice at 1:30, wa^n t^rins Jwill b3 made known by , A.VV. Slaybaugh - ··*«- auct- = EL M. Wolf | flinn miiiiiiimiimi!iiimiiimiiiiiiii'JAmyiyiti()* imiiniiHininiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiii miitinuiii iu'l Medical advertising STBICH ypsm Mi-o-na Will Prevent Further Trouble--It Quickly and Surely Ends Indigestion and Stomach Distress. Distress- after eauiijr, belching of pa and tm ligebted foo-i, that l u m p of lead feeling in tin- M.oma'-b, headache, tt!i- ousness and lack ol energy, are warning signals of ont-of-order stomach. Now --at once--i- the time to stop this distress. Mi-o-na Stomiuh Tablet^ i- the remedy- They a 'C- absolutely harmless. Get a fifty cent box to-day. Their use aurely and quickly -tops «totna-h il tres a and irnpixne-; aud str'iijt,hen« t digestive ^y-tc-ni so that what you oat i-j com erred into nutrition an«lj the entire system i 1 - properly noiiri'-hw]. Money back if riot benefited. People's Drug rftore, Gcttyburjr. Pa. Another Christmas Club AT The * I Gettysburg National Bank | You will need money next Christmas, so why not join our club and until the next Holiday Season you will have saved a snug little lump that has not caused you the least inconvenience to accumulate? Small weekly payments that you will never miss, at the end of the year will constitute a fund that will render your Christmas shopping easy. Over 300 Christmas Checks were distributed this year to the members and 'they amounted to ?8, 000. The 1914 club promise to be bigger tan ever. Call at the bank and we will be glad t o explain to you our plan. It does not cost you a cent to join and there are several classes of payments, so that you may select the one that best suits your purse. THE SAVINGS FUND OPENS ON DECEMBER 29TH HUNDREDS WERE MADE HAPPY IN 1913 Why not be one of the happy ones when next Christmas rolls around ? MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS A MERRY ONE. i i I I I GETTYSBURG JUARK7518 Prices at the Gettysburg warehouse ccr- rected daily by C. Milton Wolf, Jr., Successor to J- Geo. "Wolf's Son' Co. Per Bu Sew DrjJ Wheat ...... , ...... si- ew E*r Corn ...... . . « · ....... Oo Rye ........................... Oats ...................... BETALL PBICE3 Per 1CK Badger Dairy Feed' .............. $1.3 Coaree Spring Bran ............... 1 .3 Hand Packed Bran ............... 3 4 Corn and Oats Chop ............. 1.4 ^hoemaker Stock Food .............. 1 5-5 White Middlings ....... · ...... 1 Red Middling-* .................. 1 .50 Timothy Hay .................... 1-00 Rye Chop .......................... 1 .70 Bided Stra* ........................ tc Plaster ................. $7.50 per ton. Oment ............. $1.40 per lihll Coll on Seed Meal per Ton ..... t:U 0 " " per Hundred ......... 1 "5 Per bbl. Flonr .......................... $4.80 Western Flonr ................ 6.00 Per bu Wheat ......................... ll-OC Shelled Corn ....................... *5 70 55 5f BETHLEHEM STEEL PLANT PROSPEROUS Schwab Spending $10,000,000 in Improvements. Bethlehem, Pa., Dec. 26. --Charles M. Schwab, the steel magnate, is spending $10,000,000 on his big Bethlehem steel plant. In the old Lehigh plant Schwab has just installed a new 300-ton blast furnace, two of the old 200-ton blast furnaces have been dismantled and in their places will be erected another modern $2,500,000 furnace, which when completed will give a battery of seven modern turnaces, each costing more than $2,000,000. On the twelve acres purchased from the New Jersey Zinz company is being built a rolling mill plant to consist ot a thirty-two-inch re\ersing blooming mill, a tour-stand Mesta mill, a twelve- inch and eigM-inch combination mill and a ten-inch guide mill. The pucldle mill will be partly rebuilt. For the crucible department contracts for new sixteen inch and twelve- inch and eight-inch mills have been let. To furnish additional steel for the new mills six fifty-ton open-hearth mills will be erected. A new locomotive repair roundhouse will be erected, its dimensions to be 2Sb feet long and seventy feet wide. In the new Saucon plant six additional se\ enty-five-ton open-hearth furnaces aic being built, raising the total to sixteen, and ihe battery will have an ingot capacity of more than 1,000,000 tons per year. A new 1000-ton hot metal mixer, the largest in this country, has just been completed and put into operation. \n addition will be built to the San- pon plant power station, and two additional 18,noo,000-gallon pumps will be installed at the pumping station. I of i,':;,'0 Kast Ontario street, was tumid f Btebb?d to death in a sheu behind his borne, after his wife and ihlldreu h a l been a.'ov.sed when his d^is^htcr, Josephine, t w e n t y years old. !iaU screamed that A mua was tryin 1 , to attack her. The EifcU escaped. H is believe 1 that it was he who stabbed the father to deatli be'ore he went to the room of the daughter. The Bajanowskis had a family party at their home on Wednesday night, but all except the father reared at 10.30 o'clock. He said ho would stu up and read. At ii.30 o'clock in tue morning the daughter, Josephine, \va« awakened by a man who v,-as tugging at the bed covering. Slve v reamed. The mother an Height other i hildreTi were aroused, but before the\ could reac h the girl's room the intruder ha 1 fled. They rushed down stairs and blood stains met their gaze. They went through the tour down stairs rooms and the bakery store in front, and everywhere they saw bloo r ' stains. Then they vent to a shed ID the rear of the house. In a corner ol the shed the sixteen, year-old daughter, Stella, discovered her father's body. On a table in th«« sbed was a long butcher knife, bloody to the handle. TUe body was sent to tho Episcopal hospital, where ^it was reported that death must have been instantaneous, as the man was stabbed through the heart. th* uade»ign«r will b« 4«*lt with under the proTiitbba at tltt A«t rf Apt |4 THREE HELD FOR FARMER'S MURDER Alleged to Have Robbed and . Th;n Killed Him Elkton, Md., Dec. 26.--Herman Mapie, Thomas Blake and James Para- way, all colored, were locked up in tlie Chestertown jail. They are charged with having murdered James Coleman, one of the oldest farmers of Kent county, whose dead body was fmmd in his barnyard late Tuesday night with his skull frac tared and ais wagon bespattered with blood. Coleman was last seen alive on Tuesday evening, while purchasing Christmas presents in a store in Elk on, and at that time displayed a large roll of bills. The colored men are alleged to have ollowed the farmer down the road, where they waylaid him, robbed him of his money and after beating him to leath v.ith a blunt instrument, placed he body back in the wagon and then started tbe horse towards the farm er's home at Melitore. New Ear Corn \ewOate * . The . . Gettysburg National Bank Gettysburg, Pa. Effective November 16, 1913. THE WESTERN MARYLAND RAILWAY 8:56 A. M. Daily Except Sunday foi Baltimore, Hanover, York and Intermediate Points. 10:28 A. M. Daily for Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg, Hancock, Cumberland, Pittsburgh and Chicago also Elkinii, W. Va, 12:25 P. M. for Highfield and intermediate stations. 2:55 P. M. for York, Baltimore and Intermediate Points. 5:36 P. M. Daily except Sunday for B. and H. Division Points to Highfield, also Hagerstown, Waynesboro, Chambersburg and Shippensburg. .13 New Oxford, Hanover, York, and intermediate stations. BURGLARS INVADELEWISTOWN Steal Auto as Doctor Talks to Patients and Seven Turkeys. Lewistown, Pa., Dec. 2G.--A series of robberies were committed in this vicinity on Christmas eve. Masker! men entered the house of James Marathon, a farmer, near Mc- Ve^own, and stole $106. Marathon's lamily was at a church Christmas ser- Mce and he was at home alone. Two hours later an automobile wa stolen from Dr. C. M. McCoy, of Lewistown, the machine being taken from the front ot his office while he was consulting v:ith patients In his office. During the night seven different homes in l.ewistown were robbed o; dressed turkeys and other edibles stored in the cellars and kitchens for Christmas dinners, these robberies being ma'le while the families were al away from home. Gettysburg Auto Tire Repair Shop 42 W. HIGH STREET TUBES A SPECIALTY With modern steam equipment, l a m prepared to do funeral repair work blow-outs, feortione and retreading. If the hole is not longer than tntub it can *e repaired. Satisfaction guaranteed. TWELVE PASSENGER AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE Own tort abk-, Reliable an I Powerful. Tryjit. Tours and Battlefield trips a ppecialtj 117X C. A.STONER, prop NOTICE ^ jlvcn that an election os s«tcn directors of Biglerville National Bank will be held at the banking honw at Bijtfer-vilK on Ttmfejr, JaMMry 13th, lt!4, between tl»e hours of one and two '/*lrtf*k n IT). E. D. HEIGHES, Cashier. "A M*n'« "At * train w«at out of Paddlngtoa Matte* th« other day," w« are told, were In * third-elm* com part- i two women smoking cigarettes knitting."--London Punch. H. Bushman Cleaner FOR SALE House and store property on Chambersburg street opp osite the Pitzer House For Rent one house in the row on West Middle street. Possession April i 1974. J. A. Tawney. Baby Born, Father Tries Suicide. Philadelphia, Dec. 26.--Because his \vife gave birth to a baby, Josepl Pockbino, ot 37 Garfleld avenue, Ger mantown, tried to end his life. Pock bino slabbed his abdomen with a Ic and then drank a bottle of Ink. He wa taken to the Germantown hobpiial, where his wounds were dressed and the ink pumped out of him. The doctors sa he will recover. William Allison, Sam'l. Walters farm, "^·""tl^'Tfr' John D. Riley, R. 12, Gettysburg, P»» Cu»b«riai4 T Mrs. J. E. Hughes, Cumberland Township. D. B. Wineman, Cumberland Township. Frank Mumper, R. 1, Gettysburg-, Pa. C. J. Deardorff, Orrtanna, Pa. Charles Wagaraan (Dr. W. H. O'Neal Farm) Highland Towns*!* F. L. Kime, Butter Township, Bfglervillt, Pa. C. B. Shank, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg; P«- J. H. Kuhn (J. F. Kuhn Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. Mt Jacob Frommeyer, Straban Township. George E. Harman, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa. Butltr Township. George C. Shealer, Straban Township. Mrs. Mary J. Weikert, R. 2, Gettysburg. Cumberland Twwnahlffv -., J. H. Rex, Box SO, R. 2, Biglerville. Mrs. Matilda L. Codori, Cumberland Township. Samuel Robinson, R. 1, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. J. L. Toot, Straban 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, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 8, Gettysburg. D. J Reile, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Township. Leo Frommeyer, Mt. Pleasant Township. Martin Winter, Cumberland Township and Gettysburg. W. T. Mehring, Springs Dam Farm, Cumberland Township. Robert K. Major, Straban Toarnahip. John W. Mcllhenny Farm R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Charles F. Rebert, Seven Stars, Pa. G. W. Eldon, Bendersville, Pa. George D, Thomas, Chambersburg Pike. Robert Harner, Greenmount, Pa. Harry E. Shriyer, Butler Towns'iip, R. 6, Gettysburg. Joseph A. Albert. Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysourg. William Cc--hun, Straban Township. Jeremiah Weaver, R. 8, Gettysburg, Pa. D. C. March, Butler Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. Ehas Wolford, Mt. Pleasant Township. E. L. Smith, Butler Township, Biglerville. J. Edward Lawver, Butler TownsVJy, R. R. No. 2, Biglerville. S. J. Haverstick, M. M. Sponseller farm, Straban Twp., R. 8, Gbg. M. E. Freed, Mrs. G. W. Biesecker farm, Franklin Twp., Cashtown. J. Kerr Lott, Cumberland Township. John H. Sponseller, (McPherson Farm), Cumberland Township. Robert S. Shull (J. A. Shull Farm) Franklin Township. H. C. Hartzell (J. A. Shull Farm) Franklin Township. Jacob E. Hoke, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 7. H. M. Sneeringer, R , Gettysburg, near Bonneauville, Pa. J. D. Moose, Biglerville, Pa. G. F. Basehoar, Gettysburg, Cumberland and Germany Township*. Louis Mizell, Straban Township, Gettj sburg, R. 7. N. J. Shank, Biglerville Route 1. T. F. Roth, Butler Township, Gettysburg Route 6. C. S. Griest's Sons (C. Arthur Griest, Mgr.) Guernsey. C. A. Heiges and Mrs. H. F. Heiges, Franklin Township H. C. Warren. Menallen Township. C. H. Rummell on C. L. Osborne farm, Menallen Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Freedom Township. Wm. M. Bigham's Sons, Liberty Township. Jacob F. Peters, Tyrone Township, R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. Charles Essict and sisters, Butler Township, R. 5, Gettysburg. J. C. Coulson, Butler Township. A. S. Whisler, Mt. Pleasant Township, R. 10. Mrs. Clestia A. Black, R. 1, Biglerville, Pa. George Herring, Highland Township. W. F. Herbst, Orrtanna R. 1. O. B. Sharretts, Cumberland Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. (ii ,,·-., ""'"'' "" PHONE MENJHANK WILSON Independents Say He Has Done Wonderful Work For Public Good. Washington, Dec. 26.--Independent telephone officials formally thanked President Wilson and James 6. Mc- Rejnolds, the attorney general, for tlie administration's efforts in protecting their interests and for obtaining an agreement from the American Telephone and Telegraph company to give conenctions to them. Mr. McReynolds gave out copies of two letters he received, one from B. C. Hubbell, of Buffalo, president of the 1'ederal Telephone and Telegraph company, and the other from John H. Wright, oC Jamestown, N. Y., of the Independent Telephone Association of America. Mr. Hubbell invited Mr. McReynolds to be a guest of the Independent Telephone Association at its meeting in Chicago on Jan. 7. "\ ou have done a wonderful work for public good," Mr. Hubbell wrote, "and are being proclaimed a hero by independent telephone interests, which embrace in their scope more than400,- 000 security holders." "For a long time we have felt that there must be some adequate remedy against the wrongs that were openly, aggressively and continuously perpetrated by the Bell interests, which Avere designed to eventually end all competition," Mr. Wright wrote. "We knew that the effective remedy was in the hands of the federal government." ·rid Prcsscr Good All Round aids to good health--and to the strength, comfort and cheerfulness which depend on the condition of health--are the famous, time-tested, safe and speedy BEECHAM'S PILLS WEATHER EVERYWHERE. Observations ol United States weather bureaus taken at 8 p. m. yesterday follow: Temp, weataer. Albany 34 Cloudy. Atlantic City 46 Cloudy. Boston 36 Cloudy. Buffalo 32 Rain. Chicago 30 Rain. New Orleans 44 Cloudy. New York 36 Rain. Philadelphia 40 Rain. St. Louis 38 Rain. Washington 40 Rain. The Weather. Snow or rain today; fair tomorrow; north to west winds. Looks In C h i m n e y For Kri«; Fall* In. Sunbury, Pa., Dec. 26.--In a Christmas story his school teacher toliLJsas a statement about Santa Claus lurking in the chimney the clay bclore Christmas, so ..ohn Hattent, fourteen years old, of Port Trevorton, climbed to the roof to sec him. Peering over the top of the chimut-y he lost his balance and fell in, landing on his head at the bottom. It ib 1 eared he is injured internally. Confesses to Train Robbery. San Fra:icisc-o, Cal., Dec. 20.--Joan Host'.! k, ma( innist and amateur ban- ait, contested, according to the police, lo the robebry of a Southern Pacific tr^in nca«- Ry Mente, Cal., on Dec. 1, and to the murder of I T . E. Montague, passenger agent, who tried t o thwart tne robbery. Ho ;ilso a d m i t t e d trying to rob a Southern Pacific train near | Oakland last month. (Jr. . Stallsmitn, Straban Township, it. y, John Dick, Fnffacker Farm, Straban Township. Gilbert 'Rudisill, Cumberland Township, Gettysbar^ Route 1. J. E. Jacobs, Eugene S. Kelly farm, Cumberland Township. J. Clayton Kider, Mt. Joy Township, Gettysburg K. 1, Charles Fidler, (W. E. Golden farm), R. 1, Biglerville, Butler Twp. H. S. Mertz, Hamilton Township, (Campbell and Mover Farm.) James L. Bijrham, Freedom Townshio, Gettysburg', Pa. Levi Crum, Menallen Township. Mrs. Andrew Brough, R. 1, Aspers, Menallen Township. L. H. Meals, Cumberland Township, R. 6, Gettysburg. _ C. W. Black, (J. Carna Smith Farm) R. 2, Gettysburg, Mt. Joy Twp. Wm. H. Johns, Cumberland Townsbip and Gettysburg. George W. Wolf, R. 3, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Edmund Little, (John Blocher Farm), Cumberland Township. Harris Cook, Menallen Township. " Walter C. Snyder, R. 12, Gettysburg, Pa., Cumberland Twp., Bayly Patm. Vincent Redding, R. 8, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Edward Redding, R. 9, Gettysburg, Straban Township, A. J. Smith Farm H. E. Boyd, Guldens, Pa., Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townshipa. Harry S. Trostle, Straban Township. Edward A. Trostle, Straban Township. John Leese, on Nathan Brown farm. Straban Township, Gbg. Route 8. Mervin I. Weikert, Highland Township, R. 1, Fairfield. D. F. Batterman, Butler Township. Shultz Bros. D. B. Snyder Farm, Straban Township, Grttysbarf, 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, Tillie, Frankhn Township. F. B. Twisden, Gettysburg Poultry Farm, Cumberland Townihip. E. F. Strausbaugh, Orrtanna, R. 1. Albert Holhnger, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, K. O. Deardorff Brothers, Tillie, Pa. Franklin Township. E. P Garrettson, Butler Township. John and Frank Garrettson, Menallen Township. R H. Black, R. 2, Gettysburg, Cumberland Township. Mrs. Daniel Miller, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, Rout* 8. D. S. Reynolds, Straban Township, Gettysburg Route 9. W. A. Bigham, Cumberland Township, Gettysburg, R. 3. John Groscost, R. 7, Gettysburg, Straban Township. Gai field Jacobs, R. 13, Gettysburg near Barlow. Dorsey Deardorff, Highland Township, (Mrs. H. B. Moyer Farm). Emanuel Plank, Highland Township, Gettysburg Route 4. E. D. Feiges, Biglerville Borough. John H. Eckert, Straban Township, Gettysburg, R. 8. W. W. Miller farm (Oscar Bream tenant) Straban Township, Gbg. R. ·» Mervin Black, Biglerville, Menallen Township. Mrs. Martha Reed, near Arendtsville. Waybright Rice, Biglerville, Pa. H. S. Croner, Mt. Joy Township, R. 2, Gettysburg, Pa. John S. Wolf, Straban Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. Clarence Hoffman, R. R. 2, Biglerville, Pa. J. C. Walter, Butler Township, R. 2, Biglerville, Pa. Robert Witherow, Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg, Pa. Frank Herr, Cumberland Tewnship, R. 13, Gettysburg, P»- Frank Eicholtz, Freed Farm, Straban Township, R. 12, Gettysturg, Fa. D. W. Stoops, Highland Township, R. 4, Gettysburg, Pa. J Martin Bream, Tyrone Township, R. 3, Biglerville, Pa. H. H. Hart, R. 6, Gettysburg, Pa., Butler Township. Samuel Schwartz, Mt. Joy Township, Gettysburg, Route 1. J A. Wetzel, (Mary A. Snyder farm) Franklin Township. J M Bushman, (Mary A. Snyder Farm) Franklin lown.V»p. J W. Tate, Tyrone Township, R. 4, New Oxford. J. W. Cook, Mena'.'en Township, Flora Dale, Pa. Allen Barnes,' (Cro'mer Farm )' Cumberland Township, R. 13, Gettysburg. Chas. E. Schultz, (Gilbert Bucher Farm) Franklin Township, B.6, Go* R A Diehl, (Mmter Farm) Butler Township, Star Route, B.glemlle, Ffc John B. Eiker, Cumberland Township, R. 12, Gettysburg, P». W J Beamer, Straban and Mt. Pleasant Townships, Gettysburg, R. I. J Elaine Bushey, Franklin Township, R. 1, Bip-lennlle, Pa. Jacob Groscost, Tyrone Township, R. 7, Gettysburg, Pa. *V. T. Howard, Straban Township. C. E. Tawney, Mt. Pleasant Township, Gettysburg, R. 8. C W Toner, (E. A. Crouse Farm) Menallen Township, R. R. !4aYlH«, Pa, Curtin McGlaughlin (John P. Butt Farm) fl""*" n 3TM*^ P '«»i. James Sanders, (N. H. Musselman Farm) Hamiltonban TownNNp. Howard Bream, Straban Township, R. 9, Gettysburg, Pa. Allen Redding (Robt. S. Bream Farm) Cumberland William J. Eckenrode, Cumberland Township. WANTED: Rood teamster. Good ·.varies to right man. Apply N. H. Mus- sclman.--advertisement. ^^ Parker's Ex-Partner Ends Life, New York, Dec. 2 K -- Ocorce F. P«r- kor, an attorney, formerly of Brookline, Mass.. wlo was connected with the law office of Alton n. Parker, com- '.uiut- i .,uu Kle l\ inh.vlhi'T Vis. He 'lot related to Judge Parker. HOUSE for rent on Hanover street Apply Howard Ridin^er, Hanover plrcct.-- advertisement . S F Busnman, Franklin Township. R. 5, Gettysburg. D. M. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. K. N. Hoffman, Biglerville, Route 2. J. I. Heretcr, Highland Township, R. 4, G^^^V^r Ernest Manahan,(Mrs. P. L. Houck Farm) R. 9. Gettjifrur David G. Lott, Straban Township, Gettysburg, Route 7. W. C. Storrick, Straban Township, R. 0, Gettysburg. M. Shindledecker. Cumberland Township, GeUyiBWt, K. ·· H. M. Trostle, Highland Township, Tillie Port ? · * · . . T) A Hankey (Mrs .Teremnh Bender's farm) UVMMHBM D". C.' March. Butler Township, R. 6, Gettft»b«rff Robert M. Eldon. Aspera. -. Mary Baldwin, Btndcrsville, Pa. JEWS PA PER I nFWSPAPFRI

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