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100-POUND STONE ON SUPPER TABLE Blast in Quarry Sends Missile Through Roof of Dwelling 350 Yards Away Special lo The Telegraph Wrightsvllle, Feb. $.—A stone weighing nearly one hundred pounds, hmied :150 yards by a blast at the Vuion Stone quarry Saturday after noon. came through the roof at the home of Frank Ely, while the family was eating supper, and landed in the center of the table, breaking the tilshet: and frightening the members t f the family. The stone missed Mrs. Ely by a few inches. ICEHOUSE ON FIRE Special to The Telegraph Halifax, Pa., Feb. B.—A party driv ing along the river road to town on Saturday, discovered that Hezckiah Hatter's ioehouse, just north of town, was on fire and gave an alarm. Harry like and Ernest and Byron Koppen- were on the scene in short or der. Mr. Pike, with a club, knocked several boards off, while the Koppen heffer men. with buckets. carried water and extinguished the fire. ISAAC BOWMAN DIES Special to The Telegraph Halifax, Pa., Feb. B.—lsaac 11. Bow man, •;4 years oid, died at his home on Saturday. He is survived by a widow and the following children: William S.. of Portsmouth. Ohio: Mrs. Harry S. N'oblet, Mrs. Homer Stailey. j Harry and Chambers, of this place, i and six brothers and one sister. He served as school director and council man and was a member of Washing ton Camp No. 570, Patriotic Order Sons of America. I>K. ARMOR'S BIRTHDAY Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa.. Feb. B.—Dr. Smith Armor, the oldest living graduate of Hahnemann Medical College, Phila delphia, and one of the oldest practi tioners in the country, on Saturday celebrated his ninety-first birthday. Dr. Armor until quite recently, attend ed to outdoor practice, but has since limited his work to office practice. MINISTER HAS HARD FALL Shippensburg, Pa., Feb. S.—The Rev. C!. W. Sherrick, while on his way to the Lutheran Church last evening, fell and cut his head. 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Lateit 1114 European Official Map (S colors)— Portraits of II European Rulers; ell statistics and war data—Army .Navy and Aerial Strength, Populations, Area, Capitals, Distances between Cities, Historic* or Nations Involved. Previous Decisive Battles, History Harue Peace Conference, National D»bts, Coin Values. EXTRA 2-color CHARTS of Five Involved European Capitals and Strategic IfavsJ Locations. Folded, with handsome oovsr to fit the pocket. MONDAY EVENING, KARRISBURG TELEGRAPH FEBRUARY 8, 1915. " "Casey" Bickel Has Ridden 50,000 Miles in 25 Years on His Old-style Bicycle Special to The Telegraph Huntingdon, Pa., Feb. S. Summer and winter, through sunshine, rain, ice and kiiow, "Casey" Bickel. employed at the local "Pennsy" depot, has ridden to and from work three times each day for the last twenty-five years on a high-seated, rattle-bang old bicycle, which was one of the first to make its | appearance in Huntingdon, back in the eighties. When Fall comes around, most local cyclists store their wheels for the jvinter. and buy a pair of rubbers. But not "Casey!" Many people along the route of his going and coming set their watches and clocks by his regular ap pearance on his way to work. It is estimated that Bickel, who lives a mile from his employment, has rid den at least 50.000 miles in the last twenty-five years: so thai, had ho been n globe-trotter—instead of a baggage trucker—he would have encircled the world twice. MINISTER SHOT DOE* Sfecial lo The Telegraph Lewistown. Pa., Feb. S.—The Rev. John 11 ax I.antz. a former Lewistown boy, now a Methodist minister at Curwensville, has paid a line for shooting a doe during the season just closed. EAGI.E CASK WtLI. BE ARGVED Special to The Telegraph Lewistown, Pa.. Feb. S. On Febru ary \l2 the historic eagle case will again be opened up, when a session of argument court will lie held here. At torneys for PefTer, who shot the bird, and for the Commonwealth will argue. MARRIED LAST AUGUST Special to The Telegraph Terre Hill, Pa., Feb. 8. After keep ing the matter secret for more than five mdhths. Miss Margaret C. Shirk, daughter of 11. T. Shirk, yesterday sur prised her friends and the family by ! announcing that she was married last August to Barton Eshelman, of Head ing, r.t Klkton, Md. SUCCESSFUL. REVIVAI, Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Fa., Feb. S.—A six weeks' revival service just closed in the First Methodist Church has re sulted in about one hundred conver sions, the largest number in that church in many years. The pastor, the Rev. John C. Hieri, has had charge and was assisted by several evangel ists. SERMON OX EUHOI'EAX WAR Annviile, Pa., Feb. S.—Oil Sunday evening the Rev. Paul D. Witman, i pastor of the First Lutheran Church | of Annviile, preached a special ser mon on "The Uy-product. of the Euro pean War." The Rev. Witman deliv ered the sermon from the religious, so cial and economic viewpoint which ho las made a special study. :'IOZE"SEOMONIT MILLER TIBERICLE Special Reservation for W. C. T. U. Visitors at Mechanicsburg Evangelistic Services Special to The Telegraph Mechanicsburg, Pa., Feb. S.—Al most 700 trailhitters is the record of the Miller evangelistic campaign at the beginning of the last week. Every effort will be put forth by the execu- j live committee, ministers and personal' workers to make this week eclipse all others in the number of converts. Throngs continue to crowd the taber nacle every night, and hundreds are turned away. Evangelist Miller threw all his energy into his sermon last night, and made a strong appeal to sinners. In his efforts to hurl his mes sage to the farthest corner of the vast building, he jumped on a chair, and shouted out his warnings and plead ings. Responding to the invitation, fifty persons were enrolled for Christ, and among the number were promi nent and well-known people. Cheers from all o»er the audience rent the building, when A. B. Crawford, the >postal inspector, went lorward and grasped the evangelist's hand. Alto gether the meeting last night was one of the best in the entire campaign. Rev. Dr. Miller's text was, "And how shall ye escape if ye neglect so great salvation." Of great interest was the afternoon service when Evangelist Miller delivered his great "Booze" sermon to the women, and reserva tions were made for a large body of the Women's Christian Temperance Union members who came in delega tions from here and other towns and cities, singing temperance songs, as they marched. Saturday night saw a lot of trailhit ters. One mnn who came thirty miles was among the number, and another from Carlisle. fine musical pro gram was given at both meetings through the efforts of the director. Professor Hohgatt. Nineteen men, known ns the Long Mountain Union Male chorus, near Dillsburg, were present, and sang several selections. There was also a delegation from Le moyne. This week will have much of interest crowded in. To-morrow night, when the firemen of the town will attena In a body, will be a big event, and Wednesday, donation day, when the pour of the place will be re membered. To-day is rest day, and no service. Clothes Racks and Tables Made by Aged Woodworkers Special to The Telegraph Marietta. Pa.. Feb. S. Jacob Miller, of near town, 117 years old. made eight large clothes racks in his carpenter shop the past two months. Ills nerve is steady and he docs this to pass away the time. Levi Longeneckcr.o? Marietta, who is nearly SO years old. is making a table from pieces of wood gathered from all parts of the United States, in cluding several pieces from the prisons of Libby. Danville and Salisbury. Mr. Longenecker has completed within the past five years four tables, which are made of more than 10,000 pieces of wood. • SERVICES IN COLORED CHURCH Wave of Religions Enthusiasm Spreads lo Sit. '/Aon Congregation Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Feb. B.—The wave of religious enthusiasm, which has aroused this town, extended to the colored churches and in Mt. Zion Methodist Episcopal Church a week's special service attracted large au diences, Including a number of white people. The pastor, the Rev. Paris Daker, had charge. an<. succeeded in introducing some features into the services which proved quite interest ing. H. T. Heinaman, the noted trom bone soloist, favored the audience with a few selections, and his appearance attracted many persons from outside churches. Mr. Heinaman was trou bone soloist, in the Nicholson-Hem minger evangelistic meetings. SINGER HAND OFFICEHS Special to Tlte Telegraph Mechanicsburg. Pa., Feb. S. At a meeting of the Singer Band the annual election of officers took place with the following result: President. S. L. Duey; vice-president, L. N. Wood; secretary, : 10. K. Strong: assistant treasurer, L. K. Khoades; treasurer, Louis A. Diller: business manager, Louis A. Diller: musical director, Philip Sheffer; assist ant musical director. IS, S. Weber; li brarian, Philip Sheffer: trusttes. 11. W. St rock. 1.. X. Wood and Frank Sing iser: host. E. E. Strong. Six new mem bers were received, which raises the membership to forty. A course of in struction is being given by Professor llarr\ Lamison, of Carlisle. I MITE SOCIETY OFFICERS Shepherdstown, Pa.. Feb. S. On Thursday the Mite Society, of the Unit ed Brethren Church, at its regular meeting elected the following officers: President. G. A. Berkheimer; vice president, Mrs. A. B. Mower: recording' secretary. Miss Catherine Trimmer; financial secretary, Mrs. G. W. Huntz bcrger: treasurer, Mrs. H. W. Knouse; organist, Miss Kathryn Weber. GIRL TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Shepherdstown, Pa., Feb. 8. Miss Iluth Hunk was taken to the Harris burg Hospital, where she was operated on this afternoon for appendicitis. PURE, RICH BLOOD MADE BY HOOD'S Pure blood enabh-s the stomach, liver and other digestive organs to do their work properly. Without it they are sluggish, there is loss of appetite, sometimes faintness, a deranged state of the intestines, and, in general, all the symptoms of dyspepsia. Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure blood, and this is why it is so very successful in the treatment of so many ailments. Get it to-day.—Advertise ment. ASTHMA COUGHS WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC CROUP BRONCHITIS CATAMtH COLDS V simple, safe and effective treatment *v©id n# drugs. Used with success for 35 *ears. The mlrcarrying th» antiseptic vapor, inhilei • lis air C« - < <u* vaywi, ■»•■■—— ■ vith every breath, makes breathing easy. I loothesthesore throat, and stops the cough, .JH assuring restful nights, vt Cresolene Is invaluable IT yd»' to mothers with young ft •f ' ffmKF i children and a Anon to B ' I sufferers from Asthma, Bi >i yjR t l Senrf us patial (or I I dtscriptlo* booklet |B'o>UbF . I IOUO a Y ORUSCIBTB l Jm f""X | YAPO CRESOIENE CO. | K rorlU«dt N. Y. lMgg^^_Jggi WEST SHORE NEWS MIBVSVIIIE TO HIVE BOROUGH BUILDING Council Adopts Resolution Author izing Erection of Hall and Firehouse Special to Iho Telegraph Marysville, Pa.. Feb. s.—At the! regular monthly meeting of the town council, a resolution authorizing the erection of a suitable borough build ing on the borough lot on Lincoln street, for couneil purposes and to provide a place for the tire apparatus was adopted. W. H. Sponsler, of New. Bloomlield, asked eounell to grant permission to the Perry Conuty Tele-' graph and Telephone company to place poles and string wires in the borough for the, extension of their lines. An ordinance was presented to meet the requirements and consider ation was held oevr until the next meeting. EAST PENNSBOKO INSTITUTE Program l or School District Sleeting at Enola Next Friday Knola, Pa., Feb. S.—Next Friday afternoon the subloeal institute of the East Pennsboro school district will be held in the Methodist Episeopal Church here. The afternoon program will include devotiorfal exercises by the Rev. S. F. Rounsley; address, Harry A. Walters; recitations, bv J. Parker Sweigart. and Miss 1.. Mae Bitner; addresses by Daniel A. 11a maker, Grace M. Karpert and Eunice Ingham. Evening—music by Knola High School orchestra; addresses, G. W. Shumberger; violin solo. Henry shope: the recitation, (a) pupil's part. Miss S. Nettie Russel; (b) teacher's part, Robert E. Matthews; address Harry Stonebraker; vocal solo, Mrs. Harry Shope, and an address by the Rev. Dr. William N. Yates. ENTERTAIN CLASS Enola, Feb. B.—-Miss Miriam Neuer of Enola road, entertained at her home on Friday evening, the Sunday school class of St. Matthews' Reformed Church, taught by Mrs. C. 1.. Dice, the following were present; .Miss Hilda Smith, Miss Bealriee Peck. Miss Nellie Gruver, Miss Hilda Wagner, Miss Sara Dice, Miss Esther Dewees, Mrs. C. L. Dice and Miss Miriam Neuer. FOOD SALE AT ENOLA Enola. Pa.. Feb. B.—On Saturday the Ladies' Aid society of the First United Brethren Church of Enola opened a food exchange in the base ment of the church. The exchange will be open every Saturday afternoon until sold out. Homemade cakes, pies, bread, buns, noodles, potato chips and candy will be for sale. CAMPAIGN FOR MARYSVILLE Mar.vsville, Pa., Feb. B.—Plans are being formulated for holding a live weeks' union evangelistic campaign here. A tabernacle Is to be erected and an evangelist will come here to conduct the services if the plans ma ture. Final action will be taken on the matter on Wednesday evening at a mass meeting in the United Evan gelical Church, when an evangelist will present. TWO LICENSES ASKED FOR Marysville, Pa., Feb. B.—Two peti tions have been filed for liquor license in Marysville. in the Perry count at New Bloomfleld. This includes one new application. George W. Rhoads, proprietor of the Central Hotel has made application for the renewal of his license and Albert JCaepfel, of Mt. Joy, has made application for a new license for the Railroad hotel, which was revoked in October, while Stephen .1. Boyd, was proprietor. Mr. Zaepfei was formerly proprietor of this hotel. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS SOCIAL Marysville. Pa., Feb. B.—Miss Mabel Ellenberger's class of the Methodist Episcopal Sunday school will hold a social at her home on Maple avenue, on Tuesday evening. Ice cream, cake and candy will be on sale. PUPILS GIVE RECITAL New Cumberland, Pa., Feb. B. Pupils of Miss Claire Hoerner's music class gave a recital at the home of tlicir teacher in Bridge street on Sat urday afternoon. DEATH OF WILLIAM SHE'ITER New Cumberland, Pa., Feb. B.—Wil liam Shctter, 60 years old, died on Saturdtiy afterioon at the home of Harry Conrad in Fifth street, with whom he uoarded. Mr. Shetter was night watchman at the Steam Dye and Bleach Works and was well-known in the vicinity. Funeral announcement will be made later. MINISTER FALLS DOWN STAIRS New Cumberland, Pa., Feb. B.—On Friday the Rev. J. R. Hutchinson, of Reno street, made a misstep and fell down the cellar steps. He was con siderable shaken up, but no bones were broken. IN HONOR OF MR. AND MRS. STERI (INE New Cumberland, Pa.. Feb. S.—A progressive five hundred party was held in Buttorff's hall on Saturday night, complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stcrline, who will remove to Philadelphia, where Mr. Sterline has been appointed assistant superinten dent of the Metropolitan Life Insur ance Company. Covers were laid for the following: Mr. and Mrs. Stcrline, Mr. and Mrs. Br.von, Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass, Dr. and Mrs. Schafflec, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Coover, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wcatherby, Mr. and Mrs. Park er Mr. and Mrs. H. Purple, Mr. and Mrs. William Ennis, Mr. and Mrs. Wcstenhaver, Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Smith, Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Kirkpat riek, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Black, Mr. land Mrs. Sherman Hull, Mr. and Mrs. Parker Minter, Dr. and Mrs. Cadwala der. West Fairview; Miss Lelb, Clyde Kaufman, Mrs. Grace Leib, Harper Sunday, Miss Sara Kaufman, Dr. Mit chell. MAKYS\ 11/LE REPUBLICAN CLUB Temporary Organization Made at Well Ateemled .Meeting Marysville, Feb. S.—Fifty Repub licans me* on Thursday evening in the Knights of Pythias hall and effect ed a temporary organization of a lie publican club here. Dr. George H. Eppley was elected temporary chair man, and J. P. Lilly temporary secre tary, after which the necessary com mittees were named. Already the membership committee Is confident 'bf DO members. The next meeting will be held Thursday evening, February 11. L. U. A. CLUB ENTERTAINED Marysville, Pa., Feb. B.—Members of the L. U. A. and their friends were entertained at progressive five hun dred on Friday evening by Miss Mary Smith in honor of the birthday of her brother, Edgar Smith. Refreshments were served. * . FEBRUARY FURNITURE SALE The- BURNS FURNITURE SALE is an event of importance on account of the savings it offers. It brings to home builders the BEST there is in FURNITURE at the LOWEST PRICES. The assortments offer remarkable choice, as this store is famous for the desirability of its furniture. Save Ten to Fifty Per Cent. during this Sale. Practically everything in this large $75,000 stock bears a sale tag showing reductions of from ten to fifty per cent. The lowest priced furniture to the very' finest Grand Rapids pieces are marked at liberal reductions. Goods can be bought at February sale prices and paid for in thirty days or in small weekly or monthly payments. FEBRUARY SALE PRICES ON BRASS BEDS Our prices for brass beds of high quality are unusualiv low. They will give double tl;e service of inferior qualities. 858.50 Brass Bed . $6.50 $34.00 Brass Bed $26.00 $17.00 Brass Bed .$12.00 $37.00 Brass Bed $28.00 $19.00 Brass Bed .$15.00 $39.00 Brass Bed $32.00 $25.00 Brass Bed $19.00 $42.00 Brass Bed $34.00 $30.00 Brass Bed $24.00 $48.00 Brass Bed $43.00 Y"* P lions you would pay $8.50. **—-Ji \ > * Pp > 1 They arc finished golden ; b"llt *''<///' 'ii'lll ' ' li\ oak or mission, have roomy /•'/«. m i* sj drawer under the writing UijWV ■,« / vj! j Parlor Suits Buffets § Sale Price ' Sale l'rice \f k ft "j* .Jj $27.00 Parlor Suit. . $23.00 $22.50 Buffet .... $19.00 $58.00 Parlor Suit. . $49.00 $30.00 Buffet $20.00 $65.00 Parlor Suit.. $57.00 $34.00 Buffet .... $28.50 * %) H $85.00 Parlor Suit. . $<5.00 $35.00 Buflet ....$— 5.00 Gak Chlna Closet )K . nt *ll =5 00 Parlor Suit .. $85.00 $54.00 Buffet .... $44.00 glass door and ends, Colonial $155.00 Parlor Suit. .$125.00 $62.00 Buffet $49.00 fcctf'saTe' 1 PHce°"s 2l.oo " BURNS & COMPANY 28-30-32 S. Second St. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION j Perry County Merlins Asks Judges Xot to Grunt Licenses Special lo The Telegraph Duncannon, Pn., Feb. B.—Com mencing: Friday evening the County Sunday School convention held in the Lutheran Church here was well attended. Charles W. Hothwell. coun ty president of the Sunday School as sociation, conducted a round table conference and many of the delegates responded with short addresses on various plans of Sunday school work. At 9 o'clock Saturday morning a quiet hour service was conducted by the ticv. W. W. Sholl and a number or addresses were made by delegates on adult Bible class work and other topics. A committee was appointed to draw up resolutions requesting the judge of Perry county not to grant li cense to anv hotel in the county for the sake of the Sunday school boys and girls. ~ f Dr. Forsvtlie, State president of Adult Bible Class Work, delivered an interesting address. RECEPTION FOR PASTOR Special lo The Telegraph Shlppensburg, Pa., Feb. 8. The ! Lutheran Church held a reception for |their pastor Friday night. The ad l dress of welcome which was to be by the Rev. Dr. Sherrick was given by [the Rev. Frank Fry. PREPARING FOR CAMPAIGN Special lo The Telegraph Shippensburg, Pa., Feb. 5. En thusiasm in the tabernacle campaign and in the weekly prayer meetings is growing. The ground is being cleared for the tabernacle and the lumber is bought and paid for. DAUPHIN REVIVAL CLOSES Special to The Telegraph Dauphin, Pa., Feb. B.—l<ast evening was the final meeting of the revival services, which have been conducted by the Rev. H. C. Lutz, pastor of the United Evangelical Church, during the past three weeks. This meeting was one of the best of the revival and the Rev. 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The Olive Tablet Company, Colum bus, O.—Advertisement. FIREMEN'S MEMORIAL SERVICES Special to The Telegraph Lewistown, Pa., Feb. 8.— Yesterday the first Firemen's Memorial services to be observed here were celebrated. The services were held in the Temple Opera house and the various fire com panies composing the Lewistown and Junction fire companies, and marched to the opera house. Burnham, New ton and Yeagcrtown companies had representatives present. The eulogy was delivered by Fred W . Culbertson. a well-known attorney and orator of this place, while other speakers were Fire Chief Thomas Johnson and ex pire Chief W. F. Eekbert, Jr., the Rev. E. T. Rhodes and the Rev. W. M. I Heakes. MINSTREL SHOW AT DAUPHIN Special to The Telegraph Dauphin, Pa., Feb. 8. —On Satur day evening the Keystone Minstrels gave a delightful funny and witty performance in the schoolhouse. The cortlpanv, which consisted of George Stark, Dwlght Jerauld. Charles John son, Robert Fohl. of Harrisburg, and George Garman, Charles Garman, George Rhoads, George Howard and Clarence Shatto, of Dauphin, was very well drilled. The music was gay and catchy whie the dancing was of the best. Besides the minstrel show was an acrobatic act by Mr. King, which caused much wonder and merriment in the audience. Ready Help in time of physical trouble caused by indigestion,biliousness resulting from torpid liver, inactive bowels, is al ways given, quickly, certainly, safely by the most famous of family remedies BEECHAM'S PILLS Ltrgeit Salt of Any Medicine in the World. Sold everywhere. In boxes, 10c., 25c. iJill Li LLL itfiltff'M HTWii • o—"j>B>-»'Lj ffMN I Linotype Composition 1 For the Trade | Prompt Smrviem | THV TELEGRAPH PRINTING COMPANY ffl I VMatla* Bla«ta« At** ■«■«« HABRIUCHO, FA. Jfl iIIHMI 111 1 111 111 IIIH 111 I IHTTLE GlllliS KNTKHTMNIin Specuil to The Telegraph Dauphin, Pa., Feb. 8. —On Saturdaj afternoon, Mrs. David W. 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