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   The Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - November 9, 1909, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                        VOL. VIII No 18 THE GETTYSBURG TIMES Office open Saturday evenings tram northwest corner of Center Square, GETTYSBURG TUKSDAV, NOVKMHER 9 1909 Is the Kind of You Wanl in This List? For Men and Women VANCIKS (irry, (rimmed Ucd, Blue or (Irewi, Light (irnj Trimmed with Darkfiiey, Nuvy Blue Trimmed with (irey, Plain und lied, (ireen, Blue, Maroon, While. to Eckert's THIS For Boys and Girls KANU1KS trimmed with Hhmor lied, Grey trimmed with Dxrk ('rifiy, trimmed with lied, I'luiw Oolorn and Hud, PRICKS SOetH, Sweater VCSIH fur Men Ui'oy, uuU Urowu, Store, vSOUAUIJ" At The Walter Theatre TONIGHT TlirC ACTOR D ESCAPED LUNATIC c j' TlIK HUNT FOR JACK Til K RII'PIOR Illustrated Son Warren L. Corroy, agont Cor Iho Taylor Slouk Coniiiimy, arrived in town to iniiko arrangenuMits Cor tho Tstylor Stocilc tr play in the Wai tor Thou tro next woek. Thoy uro now in tho York Opera House, York, Pa, BEGINNING Week Monday November 15 Matinee Saturday Taylor Stock Company With the Versatile Coinediun HARRY MOORE In Select Plays and Helmed Vuuclovillu Monday Night, Tlio Grout Play, I'Yom to Km-Lory Tuesday Night, Reaping tho Harvest Wednesday Night, Cannon Thursday Night, Fulsely Aeciuscd Friday Night, Red Bivor Saturday Night, The Avenger Saturday Mutineo, East Lynn Franco-American Pure Food Products Dclk-iuus Soups, prepared from only the choicest maU'.rlak If you have not tried any of those Soups one can will con- vince you they are the BliST. Ready to serve. BUCKWHEAT CAK1SS C-M he made Kood if you use good Piuckwheat Meal, Try ours, It is the'll ICST. MAPLE SYJRUP. In hollies from loc. lo 650. (lallons, and Gettysburg Dept. Store WIZARD THEATRE SKUli WHRKLS Ol'1 .1USTIOIO A love slor.v "full up" with incidents lo cxtremi', wilh neliou Mini nolnd for1. PAPA'S IIONIflYMOON OUT D'OR THK DAY TwoscroiimhiKly funny comody tho kind Unil. hus nhvuvs IU-PH iHinulMi' SONC-I'LLTURN FROM TIII-J VVO.RLI) TO YOU An cA'tru good show NAGLE CASE IN COUNTY COURT Charmain Assault Case Occupys Attention of the Court. True Bills Returned in Other Cases Other Court Business. The regular November Court con- vened in the Adams Comity Court Honso on Monday, Tine bills wero returned in the Following cases Com. VM, Saiunol Deardorff on outh of Mary E. Taylor, Com. VH, Clarence M, MeCullough, on outli of Annie Pulm, Cum. vs. Mike DBMugo.Elias Rosen- witcli, ArJum RusBiiwitcli, churged with feloniously from tlio person of Thomus Kolilor. Cfiin. VH. Cliark'S jTohrson, charger] with larcouy on oath of Ml Ion Dowoe.s, A no] PI'OM WUH entered in the oaso of Hie Commonwealth vi, Ray- mond Sluill and Hurry Lr.ughmmi. charged with burglariously entering a dwelling. David Kriso ami William llensol woro appointed tipstaves for tint first weak untJ David V. Starry and Henry 0. Halm for Niicnm! wwik. Harry A. Stiydnr was appointed foromiui ot tlio Grand ilury. The first oaso callnd WHS that against Archilmld with criminally assaulting Lula May Spronkln near her lionw in Hamilton- ban township on Vay II. Tlio defuii- dnnt is about 17 years of ago while tho girl is nmier 10. 'J'ho case in the "ir.st in Adams County Oyor and Turin- (nor Gum t si HUB tho Eylor murder .rial. A largo number of jurors worcuhnl- elided before- tho necessary twelve worn finally tho fullowing uiing sulicted I.OWJH Kriso, Frimk M. Miller, James B Boyd, C. 13. Inrtman, Sammd Bream, in (loud, John 1, Adnms, Daniel Lott. Hiirvuy Kioly, George Worley, George Ott and T, .1. Ihirdy, The easo in all its revolting de- alls is provin.; ono of the most un- uvory oror tried in the local Courts, t was continued all day today. The petition to view and, if neces- sary, lay out a road in Cumberland township from a point in road from Uubort Bream's to Pitztir's school House from Gettysburg to 'FuirHeld tiled and confirmed ni si to width of iimui i TOWN LAYMEN ME WORKING Committee 'Appointed to Get Dele gates to Big Convention to be Held at Harrisburg Latter Pt rt o this Month. PRICE Two CENTS A meeting held in the College Lutheran Church Monday evening to interest the people of the town and county in the intsrdnnoininutiuim! Laymen's Missionary Movement. The FOR THE MAN as he looks -and for the man as as he fee! Swing-, Spirit and "Go" in our Suits and Overcoats Not rampant in color, nor freakish in cut, but tasteful, rich and with style and distinction. You'll appreciate value of fabrics and tailoring that tells in perfect shape, long wear and satisfaction. _________________J. D. LIFPY, Tailor. There is great satisfaction in a bank account' When you know absolutely that you have money in the bank against a rainy day you don't know how good you feel, and it is sur- prisingly easy to accumulate once you've started. Bring down all your money and start an ac- count-then add to it, slowly but surely-and watch it grow. The CITIZENS TR UST COMPANY, of Getty si) vrg NEW OXFORD Now Oxford, Nov. of our ninrchnnts aro consicluring instiilling indiTidiml ircnnclescent liRht iilnnin in their estahlishinonts. Hix Now Oxlordsr-.jusinon left Mon- day for tho nionnuvinH to hunt jiheas- anti. Thoy wure Rnyinond Biuighor. K. William Snydor, William Herman, K. M, Stinley, Ed. T. Anker, and Dr. linssell, of Hatiovor. Tluiy ex- liec't to lio ont nliaut ono week. They iiro (anrctcd to hriiif; homo full bugs. (Ic of Pittshnrg.ar- rivod hnnio on Sunday avoniiifj and i.s condnod to his hod with the grip, Emory llcirshny.nr llcttding, nrrivod in town on Monday to take up his duties with tho now shoo company. Mr Jlershuy will hring hi.s fuinily luiro in thn nmir future., ,T, C. Alyors, livoryninn, lost ono of his host horstih on Monday hy colic. J.Q. A.Pfoiltor and wifo, of Wash- iiiKion, D C spoilt tho past wook i'h his sihtor, Miss Umia Pfoift'or, ir this phico, ueeting was fairly well attended. The principal address was mo.de by Mr. Hobert A, Carl, of who oxpluinod tlio purposo of the or- ganization in full and also told the. convention to bo held in Murrishiirg Moveinhor to 24 explaining (ho 1100- y of having; delegates ut that con- Tention, Tho followinis committee was chos- en, represfliiting all of the denomina- tions in town, to get delegates to at- tend the convention, it being expected that every minister in the county with at least one lay delojgitte from his church will be present; noformcd: H, T, Wearer, H, C. Sanders, William H. Frey jMethodist: Milton Rummol, Prof. W.A.Burgoor, Duflield Kidinger; 15, p, Miller, I, L. Taylor, R. Win, Bream; United Brethren: D F. Culnmun, 0. E, Hpanglur, Charles O. Miller; Church of the Brethren; ,1. 13. man, Lovi Diehl, J, D. Ue.ardorlV; Episcopal; Judge MeCloan, Haymond Topper; Presbyterian Calvin Hum- ilton, A, Jfoflhenny. Theodore McAllister, Mr. Bream WUH chosen chairman, Prof. Bnrguon Mr. Taylor treasurer, Tho eomrnittra will mcnt nt .six o'clock Wednesday evening in the lecture room of the Presbyterian church, Thn purpose, of the movement is to try to reach tbs whole world with the Gospel Message in this, generation. No now organization created; nor doi'.i it intend to collect funds undndinlniti- tor them nor send out new misspell- iirieu. Its pnrpiro is to work through the present existing boards, societies and agencies of the Chuich. Snventy fire conventi'ins nro to be held in the United in a National Missionary Congress at Chicago in May 1910. MR, DILLER HAS ANOTHER FIRE Isaiah Oilier Visited fay Another Night Fire. Buildings Saved by Ener getic Work of Neighbors and Friends. Another fire of origin Sunday night destroyed two large stacks fodder ou farm (Jf Isniah Ciller near Mc8borryntown, en tail ing a loss of about The ire wan the sacond whieh occurred the farm of Mr. Diller in u period of bil weeks. Both fires discovered tha same time of night, 10 'clock, and both occurred on Snnduy. The first which occurred Sun. lay, Sept, destroyed tbe largo hank burn, wagou shed, hog peri, corn crifc chicken house, together with the crops. Two horses, four ono bull, seven hogs nil 150 chickens also perished iu tha "The loss sustained at tha firs re wius estimated at Sunday night's fire is supposed to ave h3en tho work of KM incendiary, s was also first OMO, but us yet icre is no clue (o the perpetrator of 10 deUll. Mr. Dillur desires to extend thanks many neighbors and fritiuds who gatherrd ut tlio (iie und wore ready lo 'aid him in every way possible, UTe, burning feddcr M'jlks were al ant 1( i feet frciin (ho newest building, and they wore wall gni' 'ded Ity (hose p-0- pie aguinst thn danger of Milch ins from Iho big blir.n, MDUNTTABOR RUNAWAY AT MONT ALTO Italian on Joy Ride Lets Team Run Much Visiting on the Rural Routes Down Mountain Side. Collides with Another Team throwing Woman to the Ground. GETTYSBURG RURAL NOTES Ono of tho is to bo 1 SHd eld mil FOR SALK-Brick houao with all modern improvements No, JBH Curlinle street. Apply Timati otllco. bread SALE-NO w roil ltS. Boom 200 First National Bunk BuildiJif. Several intolligont fiunilicH huviug ono or more dnnghtor.s nhovo the ago of 14 years to work in a factory, both men und girlw can work in tho factory. St 'dy employment, good und can furnidh good lioj.sus at u reuHonable rent, Inquire for Iiurtieulurs at The Tiini.a oftice. Timber Ablaze Nov. of forest (ires on Stuto re.soivution huvo hiion reported IVoni tun countioH today, mid I Ic'irn that many firns uro raging in limber land not owiu.l by tho HtaUi, .said Shite, Ifornslry Ooinmis- .sioncr Hubert S (Vonklin tonight, "Thn woods havo bran nnido very dry by tho drought und the loaves and bushes afford ous.y proy for flame-i onco they got u stwrl. Unlras tiDiight'H rain in hurt] und gei.ertil, I fear somo of tho tires will bo serious and the loss he.nvy. I havo went out all nf our men unil tho authorities have many moil at work in several counties where IIres appeal to bo ilnnguroiiN, "Tho counties where fivo.s are rag- iiig on Stnte lund are Perry, Kruiiklin, AdiuiiH, MilTlin, Juniutu, Huntingdon, Union, Lycutning. Clinton and Sulli v.in in Harrinljurg November 22nd, Wth in Grace Mothodi.st Chnreh. A strong program hus bean prepared which will include such upoakers as Campboll Whitn juid Sherwood Eddy of Now York; S, Bilrlo Tuylor of the American Bapti.st Union. Dr. W. D. Eubauk. nf Chinai Col. E W. JIalford.of SVash- ingt'jn; Dr, Christopher Noss, of Lan- ouster; Dr. Homor 0. Stnntx of tho Mothodist Episcopal Bourd of Mis- Jtions; Dr. J. L, Dynring, of Jiipan; Rev. J. C. Hobbing, (ho Philip- pines. All are widely known us load- ing authorities in the mission Holds, Tho Hiirrisbnrg Committro adriwo that many delegates are already being unrolled und tho outlook is that (it least 1500 men will attend, MRS. RAYMOND HERSHEY Mrs, Estelln Hershey, wife of liny- mond Hersliey, of nBar Soven Stars, died about ten o'clock on Mondny night after n week's illness at (he home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Aaron Lohr with whom they She wi's aged 23 years of ago. Surviving her are her husband, hoi ptironts, infant son and one sister. Miss Grace Lohr, Mrs. Horshoy was a graduate of QcUyhbnrjf High School and had many friends in Get- tysburg and tho vicinity in which bhe resided. Funeral Thur.-iday meeting at the hoiiBO at ten o'clock. Services and interment at tho lioformril Church in McKnightstown of which nho WHS a memlnr. MISS SMITH RECOVERING Littlntown, NOT. ilosio Smith, whose home is in Mel., and who sustained severe injur- ies in a full caused by ix defective side alk in LiUlcitowt) la.st June, has so ur recovered that she is nble to nbont on ei'ntshe'i, it was during u visit to her brother in Hanover that tho accident happened on H side trip to Littlestowh, and she hns been con- fined to his home ever since. Mount Tabor, Nov. (I A. Colrsiock, of Mechanicsburg, preached Ht this plaeo on Subbath morning to N large mid appreciative audience, his thomu being "The (ilorillcution His Saints ond tlnj Eviingelixution of the World Though Mil years of uge ho all who heard him by bin and up to date address'. Tho Mi-ses Lcnigsdwrf, Eva nnd Peurle Rice, of Biglerville, Porothy Shufner, of Carlisle, und Houlnh Har- ris, of thin place, woro guc ts of Miss E. Irene ou Suiulny. Mrs. Edward Murtof, of California, is visiting friends in this neighbor- hood. Harry SHydur.of 15eadi'-s W1i, a guest of Mr, und Mrs. i'nmk lust week. Oria Wiorman mil wifn, of White Hill, at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Clino n 'ontly, Calvin MurtofT, of Lcinnyne. spent a week with his Hiid Mrs. John MurtoT, Mr. and Mrs. Van Horn, of Phila- delphia, spent a or ten days with Mr, and Mrs. Ryliiml Wright nn uun und Co. IN SPA PERI IN SPA PERI   

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