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MONDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH ' NOVEMBER 16,1914. Columbia, Pa., Nov. 16.—Professor J. R. Hemminger's "boy" choir in (he Nicholson-Hemminger evangelistic campaign at Columbia, which ended yesterday. The ages of these men vary from 73 to 01 years, .and reading from left to right, they are: Standing, Charles G. Kise, John H. Elliott, Jacob Albright, Philip Clark and John Folk. Sitting, Robert Hall, Peter Sides, Uriah Sourbcer and George W . Young. HOSPITAL, APPRECIATED Medianicsburg Will Contribute Gen erously to Harrisburg Institution Sfecial to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., Nov. 16.—Har risburg City Hospital during past years has been very kind to many of our people in their greatest need. As a token of appreciation and to aid in the good work, Mrs. R. H. Thomas, Jr., the Mechanicsburg representative of that institution, has arranged for another donation and hopes to make it a liberal one. To this end she asks the public to contribute what is most needed for the benefit of the patients, such as preserves, jellies, canned fruits, etc. The churches of the town as well as the school children, who if you suffer from Blood Poison, Rheu matism in any form. Lumbago, Gout, Blad der or Kidney Trouble, Scrofula, Eczema or any skin disease. Back Blood, Pimples or other facial or body erfiptions or sores, write at once to THE SORRELL CO., Ml Sorrel! Building, Hot Springs, Arkansas, j All advice, physician's diagnosis, and miiny of the remedies are sent entirely FREE. last year so generously contributed 'and worked for its success, are again •urged to aid in making the donation I this yeijr surpass that of the years I past. It is the intention to make this j donation before Thanksgiving Day. | EDDIE COLLINS A HUNTER Gettysburg, Pa., Nov. 16.—Eddie j Collins, of the Athletics, has Joined the I ranks of Adams county nimrods. He ; took out a hunting license at the of- I (ice of County Treasurer Spangler [Thursday. Collins is spending some i time at the home of Eddie Plank on I his farm near town and it may be ex | pected that he will get his share of Adams county game. TURKEY DINNER AT BUNGALOW Dauphin, Pa., Nov. 16.—Teachers of the Camp Curtin grammar school building, of Harrisburg, held their an nual turkey dinner at the bungalow jof the Misses Lillian and Bertha I Pentz, Avalon, along the river on Sat ! urday. Those present were Prof, and i Airs. Edward G. Rose, Prof. Brehm, j Prof. Machen, Mrs. William Mayers, : Misses lola Urich, Jane Dare, Maude I Robinson, Duella Simonetti, Helen j Krull, Blanch Paul, Elizabeth Baker, j Bhendna Stambaugh, Miss Brown, j Miss Kreider, Miss Welsh, Anna [ Swope, Minerva Hepford, Jane Deib | ler, Ruth Bratten, Josephine Koser, j Helen Reynolds, Rhedna Myers, Ma bel MlcWeyv :M iss?Overholtzer, Levine Grove, Miss Wort and the Misses Pentz. ff I U need a Biscuit j Nourishment —fine fla vor—purity—crispness —wholesomeness. All for 5 cents, in the moisture-pro of package. GRAHAM CRACKERS A food for every day. Crisp, delicious and strengthening. Fresh baked and fresh de , livered. xo cents. SNARAROONS A delightful new bis cuit, with a rich and delicious cocoanut fla vor. Crisp and always fresh, IO cents. Buy biscuit baked by NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Always look for that Name WEST SHORE NEWS 1 " PARTY ON GIRL'S BIRTHDAY Shircmanßtdwn, Pa.. Nov. 16.—A jolly crowd of young folks gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brlnton on Saturday evening to help | celebrate the fifteenth birthday an niversary of their daughter, Lottie. Music and games were enjoyed after which refreshments were served, among whom were the Misses Lottie Kauffman, Pearl Laverty, Ethel Parks, Lottie Brlnton, Edna Hutner, Annie Sheaffer, Alice Wallace, Frances Lav erty, Edith Ebert, Ruth Knupp, Mary brlnton, Helen Fisher; Wayne Fisher, Frank Wallace, Herman Gelling, Ralph Smyier, George Reed, Walter Seitz, Charles/Slothour, Herbert Parks, Scott Brinton. Frank Reed, Charles Ebert, Harvey Laverty, Sylvan Parks. Foster Gelling, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brlnton, Mrs. D. U. Wonderly and daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Brlnton and family. LITERARY SOCIETIES MEET Lemoyne, Pa., Nov. 16.—Lemoyne high school Literary Society held Its regular meeting Friday afternoon. An excellent program was rendered, fea tured by an extemporaneous debate and a sketch in which members of the senior class participated. On Friday afternoon the opening session of the A grammar school Literary Society, Lemoyne, was held In the school room. An Interesting as well as instructive program was ren dered. Meetings of the society will now be held regularly. PIANO RECITAL RY PUPILS New Cumberland, Pa., Nov. 16. Miss Rhoda Desenberger and her pu p'ls will give a piano recital in Trinity United Brethren Church next Thurs day evening. ATTENDED GROUP MEETING New Cumberland, Pa., Nov. 16. To-day a number of the members of Trinity United Brethren congregation were at Mechaniesburg, where they attended the group meeting In the in terest of missions in the United Breth ren Church. PLANNING FOR BAZAR New Cumberland, Pa., Nov. IC. Teachers of the Methodist Sunday school will hold a meeting this even ing In the Sunday school room when plans will be mado 2or the Sunday school bazar. ENTERTAINED AT CARDS New Cumberland, Pa., Nov. 16. I..iss Ruth Kilmore entertained at .cards at her home in Reno street. Luncheon was served to the following guests: Misses Delia Leonard, Blanche Cross, Carrie Cratzer, Kathryn John son, Jane Ritter, Ruth Yoeman, of Harrlsburg; Miss Anna Wolf, High spire; J. Rupert, Mr. Evans, J. A. Hyle, Harrlsburg; F. N. Burns and Harper Sunduy, New Cumberland. Recent Deaths in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph Annville. —William C. Stuckey, a well-known resident of Lebanon and a former Annville resident, died at his home in Brandywino street on Satur day, aged 60 years. Mrs. Martha Blair, of Annville, is a sister. He was a membzer of Quittapahllla lodge. No. 3 35, Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Annville. ltlnin. Funeral services of Clar ence L. Martin, grain and coal mer chant, of Loysville, who died after an illness of three weeks, of typhoid fe ver, were held on Saturday. Burial was made in the new cemetery at Loysville. The Rev. A. R. Longeneck er, Lutheran minister, officiated at the services. Mr. Martin was 32 years old and is survived by his wife. Druiijore. —Miss Helen McComb, 26 years old, a music teacher, died yes terday. She is survived by a sister. Nickel Mines. —John W. Showaker, 72 years old, a retired farmer, died at Belviedere, New Jersey, while on a visit. His wife, and six children and a number of grandchildren survive. Lancaster.—David P. Sanders, 77 years old, died yesterday. He was a native of Lycoming county. Six chil dren, three brothers and two grand children survive. DEAD MAN ON BRIDGE Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., Nov. 16.—Bruised and battered the body of Ceoltus Henntng er, 35 years old, a Shamokin miner, was found lying face downward on the Philadelphia and Reading railroad bridge crossing the Susquehanna river early yesterday by Grant Bollg, of Selinsgrove, the agent at Clement, who was walking to his work. It Is believ ed that he vyas riding on top of a box car and was brushed off by a bridge girder. He leaves a widow and two children. TURKEYS ABUNDANT Special to Tlte Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., Nov. 16.—Turkeys are said to be abundant in Northumber land county this ye.ar. and more than 22 cents per pound, dressed, It is de clared will be too high, farmers say here. FIREMEN'S BAZAR OPENED Special to The Telegraph Annville, Pa., Nov. 16.—0n Satur day evening the largest bazar ever held in this town was opened on Sat urday evening by the Rescue Fire Company in their quarters in West Main street. A large variety of articles was disposed of. Including fancy work and household necessities, chickens, ducks and turkeys. The Washington Cornet Band furnished the inuslc. SMALL BOY INJURED Special to The Telegraph Gettysburg, Pa., Nov. 16. —Falling heavily to the ground when he was tripped by one of his companions, Morris Kummol, the nine-year-old son of Mrs. Nettie Rummel, of Frank lin street, received a sprained back and also tore several tendons when playing on his way to school. The unfortunate lad was taken to his home on a chain CHURCH DEDICATION Special to The Telegraph East Berlin, Pa., Nov. 16.—Yester day the Church of the Brethren dedi cated their church. The Rev. C. D. Bonsack, of Blue Ridge College, Mary land, preached the sermon. CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING Special to The Telegraph Marietta, Pa., Nov. 16.—Mr. and Mrs. Adam Moehler, lifelong residents of this place, yesterday celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. In a quiet manner at their home In Wal nut street, where they have resided many years. The venerable couple were married at Lancaster, November 15, 1864, by the Rev. Mr. Walters, Just two days before the nineteenth birth day of Mrs. Koehler, who was Miss Margaret Sprenkle, of York county. In the Spring of 1865 they removed to Marietta. MKLE TO BE BUILT NEXT MONTH Planning For Big Evangelical Cam paign at Mechaniesburg in January Special to The Telegraph Mechaniesburg, Pa., Nov. 16.—Plans for the evangelistic campaign which will begin in this place on January 3 are being rapidly made. The taber nacle will be located on the corner of Arch and Keller streets, of easy access by trolley, and will seat about 2,000 people with gallery accommodations for 250 singers. Volunteer labor will construct the building, about the mid dle of next month, when the ladles of the co-operating churches will serve a dinner to the workmen. Stoves from the Cumberland Valley Railroad will be secured to heat the tabernacle, which were used last winter during the campaign in Waynesboro and Chambersburg. The building will be well adapted for the work, with venti lation, heat, and light. KILLED BLACK SQUIRRELS Special to The Telegraph Selinsgrove, Pa., Nov. 16.—While hunting, John Schoch and Claude Alkens each killed a black squirrel, rare specimen in this section. _ PENNSYLVANIA WEDDINGS Special to The Telegraph Gettysburg.—George L. Hellman, of Huntington township, and Miss Gertie M. Gulden were married Sunday after noon at 3 o'clock at the Lutheran par sonage In York Springs by the Rev. Paul Gladfelter. Sunbury. Miss Carrie Bucher, daughter of Charles J. Bucher, a Sun bury deputy sheriff, and Edward Herb, of Shamokin. wore married here by Squire I. A. DeWltt, a friend of the bridegroom. They will live In Shamo kin. Marietta. —Jones H. Bucher. of Lex ington, was married yesterday to Miss Ada Pleffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pleft'er, by the Rev. John Le fever, of Neffsvllle. The attendants were Miss Mary Bucher, cousin of the groom; Miss Anna Bucher, Mahlon Mertzler, Elam Pleffer, Amnion Buch er. DEER RUN TO HUNTER Special to The Telegraph Lewlstown, Pa., Nov. 16.—Hunting in the Seven Mountain section is being productive* of great results this sea son. Three more deer and one bear have been added to the fifteen deer killed previouly. The bear, a large specimen of that family, was killed by Charles Miller, of this place.. A man by the name of Loudenslager, from Milroy, was crossing a field near the mountains when a crashing in the thicket attracted his attention. Rais ing his rifle ready for service he was almost run down by a herd of four frightened deer. Taking aim at the largest in the bunch the man fired and killed a fine buck. APPOINTED ELKS' CHAPLAIN Special to The Telegraph Sunbury,/ Pa., Nov. 16. —G. Dallas Fox, a Milton Jeweler, to-day received announcement of his appointment as State chaplain of the Pennsylvania Re union Association of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, for this year. Herman H. Kline, York, Pa., president, made the appointment. ATTEND STOUGH MEETINGS Dlllsburg, Pa., Nov. 16.—0n Friday night a party of sixty Dillsburg folks attended the Stough revival In Harris burg. A special train enabled the party to return to their homes that night. Another party will attend the services on Tuesday night. SURPRISE FOR MR. HYDE Dlllsburg, Pa., Nov. 16.—0n Satur day evening the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Hyde was the scene of a pretty surprise party in honor of Mr. Hyde. After an evening spent In games and music a supper was served to a large number of guests. ROCK INJURES FIREFIGHTER Marietta, Pa., Nov. 16. —Peter En sminger, track foreman o"n the Colum bia and Marietta division of the Penn sylvania Railroad was badly Injured Saturday afternoon, when a huge boulder came rolling down Chlckles rock, where the men were fighting a forest fire, and struck him. His right arm was badly cut, his entire right side lacerated and his right leg crush ed. It is feared he Is injured inter nally. Ensminger is a man of about 200 pounds, 66 years old and Is a vet eran of the Civil War. AFTER YOU ARE FORTY Forty years Is middle age or should be. People who squander their youth are old at forty; everybody needs to give a little more care to health and careful living after passing the for tieth milestone. The reserve of strength is not what It used to be. Nature a little help if w r e are to continue the work and worry of modern life. To most people Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, non alcoholic, but a supporting tonic, gLves just the necessary assistance. These pills make the thin blood rich and red, carry nourishment to weak and Inflamed nerves, increase the appetite and make Indigestion nor mal, correct sleeplessness and most forms of headache. Try them for any trouble caused by thin blood or weak nerves such as anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, indiges tion, sick headache or St. Vitus' dance. It Is surprising how many diseases are due to thin and Impure blood, how quickly they yield when by proper treatment the blood is built up and the starved nerves nourished. Dr. William's Pink Pills contain no pois onous or habit-forming drugs and can not do harm. Pamphlets on the treatment of dis eases of the blood and nerves will be sent free by the Dr. Williams Medi cine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. Your own druggist sells Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. —Advertisement. "RUPWRir Appliance" used and approved by U. S. Government —now here. 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