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i J r LVAnift:}'^ews] 400 Teachers Present When Institute Opens in Northumberland County Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pn„ Dec. 14.—The sixty second annual institute of tho teach ers of the Northumberland county public schools opened in tho Chestnut street opera house here to-day with more than 400 teachers in attendance. It is being held under the direction of Professor I. 11. Muser, Sunbury, coun ty superintendent of Public Instruc tion, and will last until Friday at noon. These are the Instructors: Henry M. Pattengill, Lansing, Mich.; Professor W. M. Pierce, superintendent of the schools of Ridgway; Dr. Louis Ra peer, school of pedagogy. State Col lege; Miss Lillian Johnson, superinten dent of model school, of Millersville State Normal school; Miss Sarah P. Thomas, Philadelpphia; the Rev. E. B. Bailey, musical director, Baltimore, Md., and Miss Mollie Smith, pianist, Milton. Northumberland county has 582 A GOOD COMPLEXION MEANS PURE BLOOD Everybody that wants a fine, glow ing. youthful skin, should take old reliable Hood's Sarsaparilla, a phy sician's prescription, which gives a clear, healthy color. When your blood is made pure, pimples, boils, hives, eczema disappear. Langour, loss of appetite, tired feel ing. weakness are symptoms of im pure. unhealthy blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies tho blood. Get a bottle to-day.—Adver tisement. ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS A simple, safe and effective treatment avoid ing drugs. Used with success for 3S years. The air carrying the antiseptic vapor, inhaled with every breath, makes breathing easy, aoothesthesore throat, and stops the cough, ■rTj 3WH assuring restful nights. KmiP\Ao -*7^-''•*■ ■ Cresolene is invaluable If tul® I to mothers with young L Uvr/jflt children and a boon to ft ~> sufferers from Asthma, R TpC Send us postal for descriptive booklet TP* VAPO D CYESOLENECO. LIVE n , XMAS TREES The finest ever. After Christmas stand on the front porch for an all-winter dec oration. 3to 5 feet high. $1.50 to $3.00 Each Phone early and we'll de liver when you say. The Berryhill Nursery Co. Bell Phone 3799 3 ' ! '~TQ j We Solve Your I | Xmas Problems 1 jp|j Three doors from Soutli Market Square you will fid |! find one of the oldest jewelry establishments in the lii fid city. Just around the corner from the high rents, $1 WCg where prices are as low during Christmas season as tfMi any other time of the year. $, Whether you want a watch or a diamond, a choice ©8 1 M piece of cut glass or some jewelry trinket, you will xi' I find an ample assortment here to choose from. K) .-Sterj, 40 YEARS' 1 Reliable Merchandise and Expert Service Diamond Rings from $lO <o »4«o. Diamond Lavalllereg, yf $6 «o SSO. Watches. $0 to »75. Sparkling Cut Glass in a m wide range of patterns. French Ivory and Ebony Toilet I I and Manicure Sets, Tie Pins, Cigaret Cases, Shaving Sets Oi with mirrors. Smoking Sets. Bracelet Watches, Clocks, Table Sj? Sliver, and Innumerable articles at a trifling: sum or the more elaborate gifts. Open Evenings Until Christmas | | WM. PLACK, Jeweler! MONDAY EVENING, schools and 21,328 pupils. It has school property valued at $1,925,076, and pays out $352,156 yearly in teach ers' salaries. SURPRISE PARTY HELD FOR -MRS. ELLA IJRIGHTBILL Special to The Telegraph Annville, Pa., Dec. 14. —Mrs. Ella Brightbill was given a surprise party at her home Saturday evening by her six married daughters with their hus bands and children. The event was held on Mrs. Brightbill's sixtieth birthday and came as a complete sur prise. She received many beautiful and useful presents. After enjoying n pleasant social evening, refreshments were served the following: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bashore and children, of Lebanon; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Funck and children; Mr. and Mrs. John Grubb and children: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Glbble and children; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Baldwin and children; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanders and children, and Farry Painter. SUPERVISORS ORGANIZE] Special to The Telegraph New Germantown, Pa., Deo. 14. The board of road supervisors of Toboyne township, organized here by electing the following officers: Presi dent. Geoiee M. Smith; secretary, James O'Donnell; treasurer, Frank A. Arnold. At the yearly settlement, on December 5, a large balance was in the treasury, although the supervisors had expended a large amount for tiling and road ma chinery. The school board of the township also organized by electing M. H. Shearer, president; Oliver S. Bistline, vice-presi dent; James A. Noel, secretary, and J. T. McConneli. treasurer. DIES AFTER II YEARS' ILLNESS Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., Dec. 14.—Mrs. Lu cinda Renner, 81 years old, died at her home at Northumberland, of can cer, following an illness of eleven years, due to a fall in which she suf fered an injury to her back, and was an Invalid ever since. C. F. CLEMENT APPOINTED Special to Tlte Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., Dec. 14.—Charles F. Clement, son of Brigadier General Charles M. Clement, commander of the Third Brigade, N. G. P., has been appointed auditor of public accounts by the Northumberland 'county- court. He will go over this year's accounts of the prothonotary and register and recorder. LEEDOM —FASNACHT Special to Tlte Telegraph Annville, Pa.. Dec. 14.—Robert C. Leedom and Miss Stella M. Fasnacht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fasnacht, of this place, were married at the home of the bride on Saturday evening. The ceremony was perform ed by the Rev. Paul D. Witman, pas tor of the First Lutheran Church of Annville. C. I). SIDLE BUYS HOTEL Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg. Pa., Dec. 14.—Charles O. Sidle, proprietor of the Bee Hive Bak ery. in West York street, has purchas ed the good will and fixtures of the Biglervlilo Hotel of Biglerville, Adams county, and will take charge of the hotel "when the license can be trans ferred. Mr. Sidle has disposed of the bakery business in Dillsburg to Frank L. Lutz. For Agonizing Corns You Can't Beat It Certainly not, "Putnam's" has 'em all beat a mile. It's a marvel on corns and foot lumps, acts like magic. "Why for nearly fifty years Putnam's Ex tractor has been the standard remedy, the dependable one, the sure kind that never disappoints. It's painless too. Think of it! Paint it on to-night, in the morning the pain is all gone. Small wonder the sale of Putnam's Corn Extractor is so large, 25c at dealers everywhere and at C. M. For ney's.—Advertisement. ALL. ACES both sues L RESTORATIVE-RECUPERATIVE - VJTALIZER-TONIC - CORRECTIVE. VfIDfDIN EVCirV MOHt ( CONTAINS NO NAPCOT ICS > AT DRUG STORES I ooPM BOTTLE THE PEPTONOL CO. .ATLANTIC CITY N.J. S£ R cZSSr REPAIRING or adjusting, Jewelry cleaning or repollnklng, take It to CDDIMPITDTIII: RELIABLE ARRLLLUBLL JEWELER 206 MAIIKET ST.—Bell I'kone | WEST SHORE NEWS] SONS OF VETERANS ELECT Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., Dec. 14.—At i a meeting of John W. Geary Camp, ISO. 174, Sons of Veterans, the follow-| ing officers were elected to servo the; ensing year: Commander. John G. Davis; senior' commander, C. A. Hoyer; junior com mander, Jesse Slpe; treasure, A. C. Burke; secretary, Harry Koch; camp council, Charles Parthemore, J. H. El senbergrer; patriotic instructor-chap i? iu H ' guide, Charles Parthemore; color-bearer, William .Simmons; inside guide, Luther Grove; outside guide, B. Frank Eisenberger. SUNSHINE GUILD MEETS Special to The Telegraph New Cumberland, Pa., Dec. 14.—A special meeting of the Sunshine Guild! was held at the home of Miss Marian Leib this afternoon. SOCUETV ELECTS OFIICERS Special to The Telegraph Lemoyne, Pa., Dec. 14.—The Le moyne High School Literary Society held its monthly election of officers Friday afternoon, as follows: Presi dent, Lloyd Smith: vice-president, Walter Slothower; secretary, Hazel Ruhns. BAKERS AT TABERNACLE Special to The Telegraph Lemoyne, Pa., Dec. 14.—The em ployes of the West Shore Bakery, thirty-two in number, attended the tabernacle in a body Saturday night. MANY MADE HAPPY WHEN THEY RECEIVE XMAS CHECKS Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Dec. 14. —Hundreds of Christmas fund patrons were made happy here to-day, having received over $70,000 in checks mailed by the Columbia. Trust Company. This large sum of money in circulation will > brighten many homes, and to the less j fortunate ones a mammoth commun-' ity Christmas treee will lend cheer and happiness. The tree will be erected in the public park and will be thirty-five feet high. ISAAC W. REIGLE DIES Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., Dec. 14.—Isaac W. Reigle, 52 years old, died at his home at Northumberland, of blood poison ing, superinduced by a small scratch on the arm. Ho was tho father of twelve children, all of whom are liv ing. CHILD FALLS DOWN STAIRS Special to The Telegraph I Lewistown, Pa., Dec. 14. A 15- j months-old daughter of Rufus Beaver, of this place, toddled to the head of the stairway and fell down the flight of steps. A physician was summoned at once who found that the. child had suffered a broken collarbone and bruises about the head and body. CORNERSTONE IS LAID Special to Tlte Telegraph Lancaster, Pa„ Dec. 14.—The cor nerstone of the new St. Paul's Metho dist Episcopal Church was laid yester day afternoon before a very large con gregation, representing many sections of Lancaster county. Addresses were delivered by the Rev. E. C. Griffiths, D. D., of Philadelphia; tho Rev. Dr. Meminger, and the Rev. Edward Baw den, of this city. The choir, augment ed for the occasion, rendered special I music. Work on the erection will be pushed rapidly towards completion. MRS. SARAH H. "WEAVER Special to The Telegraph Marietta, Pa., Dec. 14. Word reached liere yesterday of the death at Hanover of Mrs. Sarah H. Weaver, aged 73 years. Beside her husband, two sons, three daughters and several grandchildren survive. MRS. JOHN 1./OXG BURIED Special to The Telegraph Wrightsville, Pa., Dec. 14. Mrs. John Eong. a former resident, was burled Sunday at York. She died at Emporium, Va., of apoplexy, aged 59 years. PLAN EVANGELISTIC CAMPAIGN* Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Dec. 14.'—Washing ton boro is to have an evangelistic cam paign, for which preparations are now beirlK made. The services will be held in the Methodist Episcopal Church from February 2 to February 14, and will be conducted by the Rev. H. M. Honeymon, secretary of the Montrose Bible conference. REV. HENRY BEEL.MAN BURIED Special lo The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., Dec. 14.—The fu neral of the Rev. Ilenry Beelman, the well-known Brethren minister, who died at his home in Monaghan town ship, near Filey's Church, on Thurs- I day, was held on Sunday morning at 9 I o'clock. MARRIED FIFTY YEARS Special to The Telegraph Dalmatia, Pa.. Dec. 14. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Wiest celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Friday at their home. One hundred invited relatives and friends were present. The couple received man presents and one hundred dollars in gold. SNYDER—KI.JNE Special to The Telegraph Blain, Pa., Dec. 14.—David H. Sny der and Miss Ida Glin, two young peo ple of this place, played a slip on their friends and went to Hagerstown, Md., last week, where the were marrid on Thursday. The groom is a son of John A. Snyder and the bride a daughter of William A. Kline. CARLOAD OF UK A X SEIZED Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md.. Dec. 14. A car containing 400 sacks of bran, each sack containing 100 pounds, was seized and attached here by United States Deputy Marshal William Ohrisslnger for an al leged violation of the -ure food law. The car was from the Morris Citv Mills and consigned to C. M. Horst, this city. The attachment calls for a hearing in the case in the United States Court in Baltimore, on December 28. Dr. O. R. Sudler. a Government food and drug inspector, was here and made an ex amination of the contents of the car. NEW WAGONS ORDERED FOR SCHMIDT BAKING COMPANY Special to The Telegraph Hagerstown, Md.. Dec. 14. The Hess t'arriage Company, of this citv has just booked an order from tlie Schmidt Baking Company, of TJarris burg, for five bakery delivery wa»r)ns in addition to a consignment of wagons shipped the firm by the local manufac turing concern several weeks ago. The Hess Company reports a rush of'ordcrs there lielnsr over 100 orders for vehicles of various kinds on hand to he filled A member of the firm stated that busi ness Is better than It hag been in a lon* time, and the next year promises to be a very busy one. Harrisburg telegraph Mx (y&k MULUTUDE HOLIDAY GIFTS ARE HERE We have never in our experience entered the holiday season with such remarkable values. Every which way you turn here you will find a genuine bargain to interest you—something you will be proud to give—and that the one remembered will be so pleased to receive. You cannot have a better demonstration of the opportunity this store offers—nor a more pronounced evidence of the real advantage you enjoy by dependence upon us, than to see the unusually large suggestions which we have assembled for gift giving. ROCKER * l7 - 00 1 ?nn modelit SETS CO I ™ l^l][l^ G $2.25 jj I]f rocker!* and* VISIT OUR TOY DEPARTMENT * quality of imitation leather, that will A solid oak dining chair, braced outwear some grades of genuine I 0 f Raraain* I ilc*» wlth a frame under the seat, very leather; soft, comfortable seat and gains i_mc mcse comfortable as It has a pad seat of good height of back. genuine leather. $23.00 - BEAR Y . 89c 49c | I NO'I! I I ""j : f Nov T..r«ct and if WW *> WW ; j I amusing. Whe'n you hit the bull's live in the radius of our I The largest bear in the city eye H»e hunter Jumps up. Prices delivery <servire> \v? nrenav 4 I , _ include spring gun, darts in the ciemery service we prepay Li I for the money. .Nicely made, shape of cartridges, cartridge belt freight OTI all shipments. 0 and usually sold in most Toy an <' ta / pet A. „,, . V Start a Shooting Gallery in your Departments for $1.50. own home. AW UYtfTI I EWT Only a lady can appreciate the . r**i i _ Ail EAvELLLII 1 one has three French plate mirrors. Demonstration of Mechanical Toys Daily CHRISTMAS GIFT the end glasses being adjustable, two I n Our Window 2to 5 P M drawers in base, dull mahogany tin- * " llli)i<il H,ml 1 )BUI,I) IA, ished. An excellent value. v«———————jj. »° r i of golden oak, fumed or early -pepper shakers. Both the salt and hiL/ JDUrJrHiX w B< Li I™™ i m 'i er Pepper shakers have genuine Ster- Polished finish, re-enforced top, writing bed. and a roomy desk, „ ng Hi iver tops, and the .three one lined drawer, large linen closet, $6 50 pieces are packed In an attractive $22 00 Holly covered box. Makes an ex- - «J>££.UU LADIES' DESK—dull mahog- cellent gift. It would be consid- Rl IFFFT any finished, scroll feet that ered a, very good dollar value. , u , , carries out the Colonial stvle, Dull finished mahogany, extra well made, Only on sale Tuesday as lons as K00(1 cabinet work, three drawers d>io /*« thev inxf across top of base, center drawer colonial pattern $50.00 Solid Oak Princess Dresser—oval W French plate mirror, well finished. A ■ ■ B M W y d e vaiu .^ at . tm . B SI2OO L>urn& <x company 103 PERSON'S CONVERTED Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., Dec. 14.—Tl\e Union evangelistic services, conducted by the Rev. S. B. Goff. of Philadelphia, and Professor W. H. Myers, musical direc tor in the Dillsburg Methodist Church for the past three weeks, came to a close on Friday night. This was the most successful evangelistic campaign ever held in Dillsburg'. One hundred and three persons professed conver sion. For Protection agaihst the serious sickness so likely to follow an ailment of the digestive organs,—bilousness or inactive bpwels, you can rely on the best known corrective BeecbamS Pills (TU Umrt Silt •< Aw ■*4 ida« b tkeW.rU) S*U EwywWr*. I« l»c.. ZJc. BRACELETS For Ladles, from up. For 'Children, from 50c up. JOS. D. BRENNER - Diamond Merchant anil Jmpler No. I North Third St. V__—————— SOCIETY HAS ENTERTAINMENT Blaln, Pa., Dec. 14.—The Pine Grove! Literary Society rendered their first program on Friday evening which | consisted of music, recitations and se- | lect readings. UMBRELLAS V "Hull's Famous" Gold and Silver i Mounted Handles, for Ladies and ' Gentlemen from SI.OO up. JOS. D. BRENNER Diamond Merchant and Jeweler No. 1 North Third St. 1 t —. j Business Locali KELLBERG DOESN'T CARE If the sun never shines. He can take pijtures of the finest kind with the aid of the new powerful light that is as efficient as sunshine in producing! I the best results. Sittings every day |up to 6 o'clock. Ample facilities for | Christmas deliveries, but "procrasti- I nation is the thief of time," so do I not delay but arrange for appoint ments now to be assured of Christ mas deliveries. Kellberg Studio. 302 Market street. DECEMBER 14,1914. ' W^^M^p Latest Euorpean War Map Given by THE TELEGRAPH To every reader presenting thU COUPON and 10 cents to cover promotion expenses. BT MAIL—In city or outside, for 12c. Stamps, cash or money order. This is the BIGGEST VALUE BVER OFFERED. Latest 1»14 European Official Map (fi colors) —Portraits of 18 European Rulers; all statistics and war data—Army ,Navy and Aerial Strength. Populations, Area, Capitals, Distances between Cities, Histories of Nations Involved, Previous Decisive Battles, History Hagu* Peace Conference, National Coin Values. EXTRA 2-color CHARTS of Five Involved European Capitals and Strategic Naval Locations. Folded, with handsome oover to fit the pocket.