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SCHOOL HOMED General R. H. Pratt, First Com mandant of Famous Institu tion at Celebration Special to The Telegraph Carlisle, Pa., Oct. 7.—Carlisle Indian school celebrated Its thirty-fifth anni versary yesterday by honoring- General Richard H. Pratt, U. S. A., retired, who, in October, 1879, then a lieuten ant in charge of Indian prisoners at the Dry Tortugas, Florida, saw the possibility of educating them, and with federal permission brought them to Carlisle, where ht founded the great Indian training school. At 7 o'clock this evening General Pratt was introduced to the student body by Acting Superintendent and Supervisor Oscar H. Lipps, and the founder spoke fully of the school's inception and his broad views of In dlan education. N Appetite Follows Good Digestion I Nearly everyone indulges their I appetite and the digestive organs are abused, resulting In a conges tion of poisonous waste that clogs the bowels and causes much mis ery and distress. The most effective remedy to correct this condition Is the com bination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, known as Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. This Is a natural, pleasant-tasting remedy, gentle yet ppaltive in action, and quickly relteWM Indigestion, con stipation. sick bee<laohe, belching, etc. Drug store* sell Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, and in thousands of homes it is the In dispensable family remedy. For a free trial bottle write Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 451 Washington St., Monticello, 111. IfHEfSICT BID TAKE SIUS Says Backache is sign you have been eating too much meat. When you wake up with backache and dull misery in the kidney region, it generally means you have been eating too much meat, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which overworKs the kidneys in their effort to filter It from the blood and they be come sort of paralyzed and loggy. When your kidneys get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your bowels; removing all the body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sick headache, dizzy spells; your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, channels of ten get sore, water scalds and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Either consult a good, reliable phy sician at once or get from your phar macist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful In a glass of wa ter before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, com bined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize acids in the urine so It no longer irri tates. thus ending bladder weakness. Jad Salts Is a life saver for regular meat eaters. It is inexpensive, cannot Injure and makes a delightful, effer vescent llthla-water drink. —Advertise- ment. ELECTRIC WORK Bells, Telephones, Thermostats and Electric Lights Installed and re paired. Twenty-two years' experi ence concealing wires In homes while occupied. We guarantee not to soil plaster or paper and replace all carpets. YINGST ELECTRICAL, CO. 1423 North Third St. Sl*—————^ Make Repairs Before Painting Go over your building and see if the lumber is sound before you paint. We have siding to match wha: is now in your house; as well as any other lumber you may need. Don't paint over boards that are rotten and ex pect the painter to give you a lasting job. Come in—we can fix you up. United Ice & Coal Co. MAIN OFFICE Porster and Cowdra .Its. *- * EDUCATIONAL Enroll Next Monday DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL Positions for all Graduates SCHOOL OF COMMERCE IK 8. MARKET SQUARE, HAKRISBURG, PA. ' Harrisburg Business College 329 Market St. Fall term, September first. Day and night. 29th year. Harrisburg, Pa. WEDNESDAY EVENING, HAKRISBURG TELEGRAPH OCTOBER 7, 1914. Mechanicsburg Woman Is Found Dead in Her Home Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa„ Oct. 7., —Mrs. William Erb, of South Walnut street, was found dead In her home yesterday morning about 11 o'clock by her neighbor, Mrs. William Kulp, who had come in on an errand. Mrs. Erb, who was making preparations for the week's ironing, was lying on the floor, when found, and when Coroner Dr. J. H. Deardorf arrived, an examination showed that life had been extinct for more than threp hours. Heart failure was given as the cause. She was 58 years old and was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran- Church, along the State road. Her husband and the fol lowing children survive; Harry W. Erb and Calvin T. Erb, both of Worm leysburg, and Elmer E. Erb, of Mechanlcaburg; also one brother, J. Tolbert Ensminger, of Lemoyne. The funeral service will be held on Friday morning at the St. Paul's Church on Friday morning. Rossville Lutheran Church to Be Rededicated Sunday Special to The Telegraph DUlsburg, Pa.. Oct. 7.—On Sunday next St. Michael's Evangelical Luth eran Church of Rossville, Warrington township, will be reopened after be ing remodeled and beautified, with very appropriate services. A sermon will be delivered by the Rev. T. C. Blllheimer, D. D., of Gettysburg. This church tvas built In 1849 and remodeled several times. The work of remodeling the church was under the direction of the Rev. H. T. Bowersox, the pastor; E. G. Ellcker, Lewis Spangler, Calvin March, Mrs. H. T. Bowersox and Mrs. C. U. Spangler. ODD FELLOWS INSTALL OFFICERS Special to The Telegraph New Bloomfleld, Pa., Oct. 7.—At the regular meeting of Mackinaw lodge, No. 380, Independent Order of Odd Fellows on Monday night the fol lowing officers were Installed, Warren K. Clouser acting as special district deputy grand master; Grand warden, Harry Shellhamer; grand treasurer, John Holman: grand marshal, S. H. Bernheisel; noble grand, Clarence As kins; vice grand, Phillip Clouser; treasurer, S. H. Bernheisel; warden, Frank McCaskey; conductor, James E. Stewart; chaplain, Frank Keller; right support to noble grand, W. H. Clouser; left support to noble grand, S. Beck Wallace; right support to vice grand, Harry Shellhamer; left support to vice grand, Laurence Cupp; outside guar dian. Frank Fetterhoff; inside guar dian, John Holman. SENT FRUIT TO HOSPITAL Special to The Telegraph New Germantown, Pa., Oct. 7.—The Rev. Thomas G. Gibson, of the Blain Methodist Episcopal charge, held har vest home services in the Fairvlew M. E. Church at 2.30 p. m. on Sunday and in the Methodist Episcopal church j here at 7.30 p. m. A large display of fruits, vegetables, glasses of jellies, etc., were on hand which will be sent to the patients in the Methodist Episcopal Hospital In Philadelphia. A FREAK CHICKEN Special to The Telegraph New Germantown, Pa., Oct. 7. James Baltozer, three miles west ofj here, has a freak chicken. In stepping around It does not walk like other chickens, but straight up, with its tail dragging on the ground. It is the special pet of Mr. Baltozer's youngest daughter Madeline. WOMAN KILLS COPPERHEAD Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Oct. 7.—Mrs. Edgar Kise, of Washingtonboro, had a thril ling experience on Sunday while walking near her home. She failed" to see a large copperhead snake In her path and tramped on Its head. The reptile coiled its tail around the wo man's ankle, but finding a shovel at her side, she killed the sna"ke, which measured thirty-eight Inches in length. KILLED BY FALLING TRUCK Special to The Telegraph Columbia. Pa., Oct. 7.—Elsie, the 7- year old daughter of Albert Llppus, while playing with a number of chil dren at Kinport's saw mill, climbed on a truck that was standing against a wall, in a game of tag, and the truck fell on her head and burled the little girl beneath its heavy weight, causing instant death. WOMEN CAN HARDLY BELIEVE How Mrs. Hurley Was Re* stored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Eldon, Mo. "I was troubled with displacement, inflammation and female weakness. For two years I could not stand on my feet k; long at a time and I W 9 FBI could not walk two / blocks without en \ *=» / during cutting and Y drawing pains down : my right side which 'Hit increased every Hit month. I have been fltf at that time purple in the face and would walk the floor. I could not lie down or ! sit still sorrtetimes for a day and a night at a time. I was nervous, and had very little appetite, no ambition, melancholy, and often felt as though I had not a friend in the world. After I had tried most every female remedy without suc cess, my mother-in-law advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable I Compound. I did so and gained in strength every day. I have now no trou ble in any way and highly praise your medicine. It advertises itself."—Mrs. S. T. HURLEY, Eldon, Missouri. Remember, the remedy which did this was Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. For sale everywhere. It has helped thousands of women who have been troubled with displace ments, inflammation, ulceration, tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bearing down feeling, indigestion, and nervous prostration, after all other means have failed. Why don't you try it? Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mui WEST SHORE NEWS Cream-colored Pumpkin Is Shaped Like Swan New Cumberland, Pa., Oct. 7. A pumpkin raised at the Hutton farm, attracted much attention In the dec orations at the harvest home services In Trinity United Brethren Church, September 27. The pumpkin is crsstm color and is a perfect representation of a swan. It was also used in the decorations at the Harris Street Evan gelical Church at Harrisburg on Sun day. FACTORIES TO CLOSE New Cumberland, Pa., Oct. 7.—This evening the Susquehanna Woolen Mill and the New Cumberland Knit ting Mill close. The Knitting Mill will not resume operations until Monday. Cumberland County Jurors From Lower End Drawn Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., Oct. 7.—To serve as jurors at the November term of the Cifmberland county court, the following men from the lower end of the county have been drawn; Grand jurors, Mechanicsburg, S. Z. Donson, Charles Arnold. J. C. Nesbit; Upper Allen. Cyrus Peffer; Silver Spring, Charles C. Cheeney; East Pennsboro, George W. Fisher; New Cumberland, John C. Coover; West Fairvlew, Allen C. Stlne. For the week of November 9, Mechanicsburg, Mearl Williams, A. E. Seiber; New Cumberland, Jos. M. Wisler; East Pennsboro, John Strick ner, Levi Lightner; Lower Allen, Jacob M. Shelly, Lawrence Fetrow, J. H. Rupp; Silver Spring. Harry Senseman, Jacob G. Eshelman; West Falrview, L. S. Hatfield, W. E. Glvler; Hamp den, John Swartz; Camp Hill, Frank M. Koser; Upper Allen, George Berk helmer. For week of November 16, Mechan icsburg, W. A. Huber, Tolbert Stam baugh, Alfred B. Strock; Monroe, F. P. Boyer; East Pennsboro, C. M. Broush, John Welsh; Lemoyne, W. A. Davidson, S. L. Eslinger, Hays Hoov er; West Falrview, George Hoover, John Shettle; Upper Allan, Ira Hart, J. J. Kauffman. S. R. Smith; Worm leysburg, W. F. Martin; Lower Allen, Harry Murtorf; New Cumberland, Howard Stone; Silver Spring, D. H. Shank; Hampden, E. C. Shuman. Farmer Croll Gives Away Great Quantities of Turnips Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., Oct. 7. G. Ed ward Croll, who has for the past three years seeded twenty-five acres of ground In turnip seed, and from which seed hundreds of bushels of turnips have been grown, all of which are given away by Mr. Croll, announc ed this week that the turning were again ready for the gathering. Several dozen people from Waynesboro and scores of others from all parts of Southern Franklin county have call ed at Mr. Croll's farm to get some of the turnips. Wagon load, after load were seen leaving his farm yesterday, and those partaking of Mr. Croll's | generosity • were bearing smiles of gratitude. _ | Perry County Fair Opens at Newport Next Tuesday Special to The Telegraph Newport, Pa., Oct. 7. —Next week the annual exhibit of the Perry County Fair Association ill be held on the association's grounds, beginning Tues day, October 13, and closing Friday, October 16. Every indication points to this being one of the county's most successful shows. The program em braces many special features and extraordinary attractions have been provided for. One of the attractive j features will be the Pennsylvania State ! College livestock exhibit, which will be seen under a large tent. There will aIBO be a Canadian exhibit, in charge of a trained specialist. In front of the grandstand Professor J. Apdale will exhibit his zoo* in daily acts. Games of baseball will take place on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday be tween the home team and Blain, ' Lewistown and Port Royal, In the order named. Wednesday has been set apart as school children's day for the children of the county. Special features have been arranged. NEEDLEWORK GUILD MEETS Special to The Telegraph Annville, Pa., Oct. 7.—Last evening the. board of directors of the Annville branch of the Needlework Guild of America held a meeting at the home of its president, Mrs. C. M. Coover. The meeting was preliminary to the annual ingathering, which event will be held on November 5 in St. Paul's Evangelical Church. Fourteen mem bers were named last evening, making In all forty-one. The guild is organ ized for the purpose of making gar ments for the needy and destitute. CONDUCTOR'S LEG AMPUTATED Special to The Telegraph i Waynesboro, Pa., Oct. 7.—William Miller, Waynesboro, conductor of the Chainbersburg, Greencastle arjfl Waynesboro Street Railway, who was caught between his car and one be longing to the Shippensburg Railway Company, in Chambersbu/g, Monday, and was badly crushed, had his left leg amputated at the Chambersburg hospital yesterday afternoon. His leg was taken off at the socket by Drs. W. F. Skinner and Charles F. Palmer. His condition last night was very critical. Recent Deaths in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph Ellzabethtown.—Samuel W. Bailey, 8 4 years old, died yesterday. He was a retired minister, and 111 for several years. His wife and several chlllren survive. Gap.—Michael Smith, 90 years old, died yesterday. He was a retired hardware merchant, and political leader. Columbia.—Mrs. Henrietta T. Brady died at the home of her son Edward, here, aged seventy years. Mrs. Amelia Hettinger died at the home of W. S. Musser, her son-in , law, aged 78 years. Sunbury.—Miss Mary E. Campbell, 38 years old, for 18 years a teacher In the Shamokln public schools, died at her home there yesterday. Riley Bostlan, 89 years old, died at his home In Milton, after a year's Ill ness. Emery Eckman, 67 years old, a widely-known farmer, died at his home at KUnesgrove. near here, yes terday. Mrs. Sarah Shuey, 91 years old, died at her home at August&ville, She i lived there all her life. absolutely to fireman and friend an extra J£B pair of pants absolutely free wF • 81 - Don't delay, as this free of- 1 ll" | If* fering is good only during this I kJUIL V^l COMEW.DAY. piacc your ■ i ■ Balmacaan order and get your suit when M I '"ll. „«, „ ■ tJJ Overcoat pjrf.c.l, « „ru„d y „„, UlW^^Made to Order 211 Market Street News Items of Interest in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph Sunbury.—While cranking his au tomobile Dr. J. H. Snyder, Washing tonvllle, suftered a broken right arm. Sunbury.—Yesterday the mid-year institute of the Central Pennsylvania Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church opened at Danville with more than 100 preachers in attendance. Sunbury.—While out hunting in the woods near Shamokin. William H. Unger and Daniel F. Wilson bagged eighteen racoons, the largest number ever killed in that vicinity. Marietta.—Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mack, residing at the eastern end of town, celebrated their forty-fifth wed ding anniversary. Both are enjoying | good health, and the couple have liv ed in the same house for more than thirty years. Mahanoy City.—Due to the large number of persons who have either lost their lives or become maimed while walking on Pennsylvania Kail road tracks, that company has noti fied its officers to rigidly enforce the trespass law. In the last two days three met fatal injuries on the Potts ville-Bllkes-Barre division. Lancaster. —The flye-year old son of Joseph Kavanaugh, who was visit ing his grandfather, James Kennedy, died yesterday of injuries received by being run over by a car of the Cones toga Traction Company. Allentown. —Harry Gardner, an Al lentown storekeeper, driving to Mick ley's to meet his wife, was held up by two' masked highwaymen, who beat him terribly and robbed him of more than SIOO. THIRTEEN POUND ROOSTER Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md., Oct. 7.—To Isaac Gruber and Ambrose Detrich, of Mid dleburg, the town that straddles the Mason and Dixon line, near this city, was awarded the honor of exhibiting the largest Plymouth Rock cock at the farmers' day celebration held in Waynesboro on Saturday. The bird, which is only two years old, weighed thirteen pounds. The exhibitors got a premium of four dollars. YOUR KIND OF HEADACHE The headache which In addition to the pain, gives the Impression of a tight band about the head, is caused by nervous exhaustion. It Is a bless ing In disguise because it gives warn ing that you are overdrawing your supply of nervous energy. Unless you stop the mental fatigue and build up your nerves you will be fortunate if you escape nervous breakdown, some form of paralysis or other severe nervous disorder. Rest is, of course, desirable but not always possible and liable to be de ferred. With sufficient rest the nerves will build themselves up. Falling In this, you need something that will build'them up and sustain them while they are kept moderately at work. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are probably un equaled for this purpose. They build up the nerves In the only possible way. by enriching the blood with the ele ments the nerves need. The treat ment is one of nutrition of the nerve cells, requiring a nonalcoholic tonic and Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have proved useful in so many severe cases that every sufferer Is Justified In giv ing them a trial for any form of nervous debility. They contain no opiate or harmful drug. A little book on Nervous Disorders will be sent free on request by the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. T. All druggists sell Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.—Advertisement. Four Pennsylvania Couples j Married at Hagerstown Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md., Oct. 7.—Miss Elizabeth R. Sloaci and Edward K. Terry, both of Waytown, Pa., were united In marriage here Monday af ternoon at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church by the Rev. E. K. Thomas, pastor. Miss Mabel Ramsey and Charles Beck, both of Palmyra, Pa., were mar ried by the Rev. E. K. Thomas at the parsonage of the First Baptist Church. Miss Edith Dennisar, of Mercers burg, and Elmer Penslnger, of St. Thomas, Pa., were married here Sat urday afternoon at the parsonage of St. Paul's United Evangelical Church here by the Rev. E. C. Basom. Miss Elda Whitmore, of Pen Mar, and Bruce Bumbaugh, of Waynesboro, Pa., were married yesterday in this city by Elder O. S. Hlghbarger at his residence. How Actresses Remove Superfluous Hair They generally use El-Rado, the liquid Hair* remover. It ii absolutely infallible in ita effect, and positively harmless. This is proved con clusively by the fact that many physicians use the Ingredients in El Rado for exactly the same pur pose. hair-removing. A few drops, a simple application, and any growtha vanish. You see •nly the skin, smooth and velvety, even whiter than before, because of the aoothing, antiseptic ingredients in the preparation. Get a 40c. or 11.00 bottle to-day. Test it on your arm. Prove for yourself It will do everything claimed. Your money back, if you are not entirely pleased. If Inconvenient to call at your druggists, it will he all right to order direct from the Pilgrim Mfg. Co., New York. Booklet containing valuable in formation sent on renueit. Ia this city £1 Bads is sold and recommended by: Golden Seal Drug Store, E. Z. Gross, Kennedy'* Drug Store. Keller's Drug Store, Chas. T. George. John N. Cot terel.—Advertisement. Cumberland Valley Railroad TIME TABLE In Effect May 24, 1914. TRAINS leave Harrisburg— For Winchester and Martlnsburg at 5:03, *7:50 a. m., *3:40 p. m. 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