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fersonal^vSoclS SILVER WEDDING OF IIJD IS. SHUFF Prominent Lemoyne Folks Cele brate Their Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William Shuff of North Lemoyne pleasantly celebrated the twenty-fifth anniversary of their mar riage with an informal reception. Gifts were presented to them with the Cood wishes of many friends and re freshments were served to the follow ing people: Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Shuff, Airs. Charles Shuft, Mrs. Frank Shuff, Mrs. Levi Sprlcker and daughter Helen. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kiramel and daughter Viola, of Lemoyne; Miss Martha Neff cf Grantham, Mrs. George Klmmel of Beaver Creek, Mrs. George Powell, Mrs. Maud Straduf, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shuft and son Robert Shuff, Mrs. Eugene Moyer, all of Harrisburg; Mrs. Winfleld Rupp of Wormleysburg, ;George Zimmerman of Lebanon, the |Hev. J. J. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fortna, Mrs. John Campbell, David (Zimmerman and children David, Mar- Jln and Margaret, all of North Le moyne; Mr. and Mrs. George Jacobs, 45f Shiremanstown, and Mrs. Esther Harvic, of North Lemoyne. ■Miss Sara Beam Marries Donald Mitchell English A quiet wedding was solmnized Sat urday noon at Duncannon, at the home of Mrs. Isaac Beam, widow of Judge Beam of Perry county, when Jier daughter, Miss Sara Josephine Beam was united in marriage with X>onald Mitchell English of this city. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. W. Sholl, pastor of the Methodist Church, in the presence of the immediate families and a few per sonal friends. Daisies and ferns made attractive house decorations. The bride wore a charming gown of white embroider ed silk net over satin and carried a ehower bouquet of marguerites and iern. There were no attendants. Following a wedding journey to Buffalo, Niagara Falls and Philadel phia, Mr. aod Mrs. English will re elde at Duncannon. FIXE PIANO RECITAL Arthur Nesblt, a pupil of Frederic C. Martin gave an informal piano re cital yesterday afternoon at Mr. Mar tin's Riverside home. Mr. Nesbit whose home is in Steel ton, is but 19 years old and gives promise of becoming a fine pianist. He plays with feeling and brilliant technique and has a clear and limpid touch. TARXER-Bf SSELL WEDDING Miss Ida E. Russell of Shippenaburg and Paul M. Vainer of Penbrook were quietly married in this city, Friday afternoon, July 9, by the Rev. W. R. Hartzell. pastor of the Reformed Church. Mr. aj}d Mrs. Varner will reside near Penbrook on one of the beautiful faxms of this section. LEAVES FOR EXPOSITION Miss Pearl Ellenberger, 2039 North Fourth street, left yesterday for the Panama-Pacific Exposition. Before Returning she will visit the Exposition at San Diego, Yellowstone Park and tour Southern California, 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 ail gone. Smajl wonder the sale of Putnam's Corn Extractor is so large, 25c at dealers everywhere.—Advertisement. f ' > BUNIONS CORNS, WARTS AND CALLOUS PLACES Removed by Golden Pine Ointment Formula of Rev. J. Schlicter Guaranteed 250 Per Box FORNEf'S DRUG STORE 426 Market Street "She 3Fmtrlj &Jjnp" MISS SWOPB ' "The Reynard" 208 N. Third St Appreciation To-day is the fifth birthday of this little shop. Gratifying indeed is the progress it has made during the past five years. We are mindful, however, of the generous patronage that has made its success possible. To all who have contributed thereto a word of appreciation is extended, and the pledge re newed, that as each year goes by, we shall endeavor to make it "Jiore important to those who seek the exclusive. Anniversary Specials Special lot of Neckwear 250 Special lot of Summer Dress Goods 25c Direct from Switzerland, some new arrivals in Ladies' Colored Handkerchiefs, to match the summer gown 250 A little lot of very exclusive Embroideries that maral in nrice from 91 to $1.60 . 250 MONDAY EVENING, LUNCHEON TODAY TO MISS DETWEILER Miss Mary Meyers Is Hostess at Her Home to Bride- Elect Miss Mary E. Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William it- Meyers was hostess this afternoon at a handsomely appointed luncheon at her home, 213 North Front street, in honor of Miss Mary Elizabeth Detweiler who will be a bride on Wednesday evening. The appointments were of pink and white and the table centerpiece was a round Venetian basket in cretonne ef fects, with the lid half open, disclosing a riot of flowers from "My Lady's Garden," including the dainty white baby's breath, and clusters of the pink lily auratum with its rich golden spots on rose pink. The favors were corsage bouquets of sweet peas and sweetheart roses tied with pink chiffon. The guests were Miss Detweiler, Miss Carrie Cooper Powell, of Clearfield; Miss Mary Creighton, of Altoona.; Miss Laura MacDowell, of Coboes, N. Y.; Miss Mary Holton Qf Steubenville, O.; Miss Helen Martin of Holyoke, Mass.; Miss Gertrude Hagar, of Nenia, O.; Miss Frances Morrison, Miss Myrvinne Leason, Miss Louise Carney and Miss Margaret McLain of this city. This evening Miss Louise Carney of I Steelton entertains at a dance for Miss i Detweiler, with the Updegrove or chestra playing and many of the younger contingent in attendance. Among the events of last week for the bride-elect were an Informal luncheon given by Mrs, Henry Mc- Cormick at Rosegarden and a small dance Saturday evening at the Det weiler home, 23 South Front street. Miss Margaret Reynolds'of Pitts burgh is visiting Mrs. John C. Har vey at 106 South street. Miss Julia Bishop of Pine street leaves this week for her summer cot tage at Ebensbnrg to remain for two months. Miss Lucien Notestine and daughter Miss Helen Notestine of Bellevue Park are home after a pleasure trip to Boston and other New England points. Miss M. I. Kast and Miss Pauline Kast are visiting relatives at Ashta bula, Ohio, for two weeks. Mrs. William H. Lyter of 1006 North Second street spent the past several days with relatives at Mechanicsburg. Miss Isabel Ryder of Cottage Ridge will return to the city on Thursday afternoon visiting Miss Eleanor Elder at Kensington. Md. Miss Elder will accompany her for a sTtort stay here. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Townsend and Miss Mariorie Townsend of 22 8 Ma clay street are enjoying a stay at Cape May. Mrs. James A. Stranahan to 303 North Second street is spending sever al weeks at Mercer, her former home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bitner of delphia are visiting the latter's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Wolf at 226 Hummel street. Mrs. Charles Small and Miss Mary Small of York are gruests of Mrs. George C. Potts, 1613 North Second street. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lang-ton have gone home to Cleveland, Ohio, after a week's visit with their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Langton of State street. Miss Louisa Boyd of Oaklelgh is vis iting Miss Georgia Balloy at Eagles mere. Mrs. W. Edward Lyter of North Fifth street, is home after a short visit with friends in Pittsburgh and vicinity. Miss Marian Boyle of 837 Harris street is spending the summer with her grandparents at Reedsville, Pa. Mrs. L. D. Dunn has returned home to Philadelphia after visiting her mother, Mrs. Wolf of Hummel street. Miss Mabel Mac Donald, of Boston, Is spending the summer with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mac Donald, 9 South Fifteenth street. Mrs. Guy Alton Colt left for her home at Warrangton, this morning after a little visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Cox, 1011 North Front street. Mrs. Robert Hopkins Moffitt, Jr., is spending a fortnight at Atlantic City. Miss Dorothy Morgan, a Young Women's Christian Association Exten sion secretary, who has been at Camp Nepahwin for several weeks, will at tend the Y. W. C. A. conference at Silver Bay, N. Y., July 20. Miss Ruth Hammer of Penbrook is home after a pleasant visit at Punx sutawney. Mrs. Gustave Gulbrandsen of Phila delphia, who is visiting here has been taken to the Harrisburg hospital for an appendicitis operation. Miss May Mountz and Miss Pearl Herman have returned to their homes in this city after visiting a short time with relatives in Boiling Springs. Miss Mildred Buttorff of this city is the guest of Miss Isabal Diffender fer of Carlisle. Mrs. Herman Neumyer and son Clayton returned home after a visit among friends in Chambersburg. Mrs. George Nolte of this city was a visitor in Huntingdon Saturday. Miss Bertha Smith has returned to her home in Lebanon after a visit in town. here not became prices are loner, auulltle. are hrtt>rlW—W—l——M cnp clipping DAW 3) aip Clip " ■ —», ——Clip 6 years, _ Clip tJ- tfi ' r Men's Wash Ties, *§§*■ c,, =■ 1A7,. Prices For To-morrow Only—Tuesday, July 13th Me sw£* ht w» h Th" «lipping. y on must bring the clippings to enjoy the prices advertised. Perhaps the best way would be to bring the en- Wlth n >V a ! ue - • t* re advertisement and examine the various articles on sale. " Bo} s r ants, sizes 19c value 4 and 5 years, , Men's Black Silk 9c SI.OO and $3.00 Values in Ladies' 25c and 39c Values. | 75c Value "° SC ' with This nipping. Black Untnmmed Hats m Hemp y lue ' 1 C. —————— and Milan Hemp Flowers and Fancies, Children's Untrimmed Hats, IOC 50c value. C 1 C with Thi. cupping. Ladies ' 29 C 15c 25c value Mercerized Skirts, WITH THIS CLIPPING. WITH THIS CLIPPING. WITH THIS CLIPPING. Men's Silk 23c I I ' I ' I Neckwear, with Thi. cupping. Lot of Sheet Music, 25c value. value. 50c value. value. 5c value. IC r _ eac h> Bead Bags, Striped Wash 5-string Brooms, Linen and Cotton Initial Wl#ll . 50c value. 10c Suitings, 25C Laces, Handkerchiefs, Pl> *' Children s with Thi. cupping. with Thi. < lipping. fio with Thi. clipping. An 50c value. 10c value. 25c value. ° dd lot China and """ .™' Brocaded with Thi* cupping. Ladies' Stocking \\ aist Sets, value Tinware, each, 25c value. 50c value. Novelties, i F ; et ' 8c 40-inch Figured IC° 5c LaceTnd B « h i"i Ca P'' 1()c wt,. 4c ciith, w» n, Co SiS^ ,oa 25c Pillow Shams, ,25c value. \2>jZC . .5c value. Trimmed, 25c va|ue 1 O/Zjp 15c value. with Thi« cupping. Diamond Snap 17c va l ue> Colored Stripe with Thi. cupping. Ladies' Ribbed y ate " t Fasteners, 2 for with Thi. cupping. Bathing Shoes, Ratine Silk, —— Shaped Vests, • BeTpUlows, Sc 25c value. 10c 12^ C , Stamped Ready-- He with A? Sipping. feather filled, Children's Skirts with Thi. < iipp,.,g. with Th.. t iippi.g. made Pillow Cases, Wltil Thl " c "P' , "'g- Qe 15c and 25c values. P^ ai " hemmed and 50c value. 50c value. 1 Q _ 5c value. 6DC Dress Buttons, hemstitched, Suit Cases, qL Messaline. IOC 10c value. Beauty Pins. with Thi. cupping. in . """"" Ladies' Ribbed two c„ a card. 5 0c value. w„> L„-„ h Or "' Cf. m k 36-inch Black Silk 50c value. 25c value. 5c value. with tw. Cliwinic. StampeQ OC with TU. Clipping. Mousseline, 0,.:. T.aHies' Drawers. 0:1 Bags, 1 n Fla.d R bbon,, hcmstitclled and ' Macmne u.l, 6c value 5c m I n ,1 , lUC embroidered edges OC 36-inch Unbleached with Thi» cupping. • va Dressing Combs, with Thi» CIIPPIBR. with THU nipping. 17 & with Tin* cupping. Muslin, -75 c value Fancy Top Socks, Wl(h va ' ue ' }? c ^ c . v 5l uc " . 4'lzc fc oc \alue. - Thi. tiipyiny. p oac hers. Fancy and Dresden f 40-inch Curtain with Thi. cupping. Stencil QC 10c value. r» Ribbons, 50c value. Scrims, white and , Monograms, with Thi. cupping. Whisk Brooms. OC 1 Oil**, ' Ladies' Nainsook ecru, „L 2y 2 c v^l lue. ————— » Wlth ThU cupping. X /2 C Gowns, i o|/,« 32-inch Dress **** 75c value. /C - 1 with Thi. cupping. OC L 4* /&C Gineharrts, Children's Stamped ith Thi. cupping. 25c value. 6*Ac value with Thi. clipping. //_ 50c value. Readymade Coats, 15c value Cut Glass, floral Cambric ' "'« h T "'" C "^' value. W!th S,?®, P p.„g. Stamped Ready- white and tan, Dress Shields, designs, Embroidery, 50c^ value. Colored Crepe 1 made Dressing 25c Kn IE,, A*> d,eS ~.c f S 9 Novelties, 25c value. Sacaues with Thi. cunning IOC 4C Slips, pink, blue C 36-inch Black and <L!mtt. on? to a cui- ' w««»> Thi. cupping. with Thi. cupping. with Thi. dipping. and lavender, White Checks, ng r,) 25c value. 50c value. ''Sc value 15c value. 25C <llpplnB:- 15c ZDC Ladies' Neckwear, Hair Switches, riich 18-inch Cambric with Thi. ciionm*. 25c value. with TM. mm-i... With Thl. Clipping. slightly soiled, qt. enamel uisn Flouncing, _ . Children s Stamped ————— „ C „ i ans, 10c value. Readymade value. 15c value. OC .vuth Thi. cupping. ty j- JJC Children's Drawers, Dresses, Figured" Crepe with Jap Fruit and with THI. cupping. 25c value. with "cupping. sizes 2to 12, blue and tan, Neat Figures, bandwich Baskets, 25c value Barrettes, —— 15c and 19c values. 4c 10c 6c Sc Lace Pins. 39c value. Lace Bands, with Thi. cupping. with Thi*. cupping. with Thi. cunning. With Thi. Clipping. 1 Of/ Sr White Enamel "7 n i N 10cvalu , - EXTRA! EXTRA! Stamped Cushions, 2ac value - Basins, 25c value. SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY ONLY 5c Peari Beads, Z'f,!?'- - 2 5c 50 Dozen Ladies' Waists • 12'/2C C with Thi. cupping. #C White and ecru, hemstitched, embroidered and ruffle trim- | 50c value. 10C value. 10c value Wttai, ' ,l,1 »' cM « Stamped Waists 25c value. Remnants of Dress German China Children's Patent With Floss, Lavallieres, and Wash Goods, Oatmeal Dishes, Leather Belts, 12 ; /2C tfz P " ce 5c 3c SEE WINDOW DISPLAY W Ith Thl. Clipping. With Thl. Clipping. With Thl. Clipping. With Thl. Cllpplug. With Thl. Clipping. Soutter's lc to 25c Department Store 1 MIL LI N E RYEXC E~D| Where Every Day Is Bargain Day 215 Market Street . Opp. Courthouse GIVEN 1 WELCOME NOME FROM HOSPITAL Miss Dorothy Walker Is Pleasantly Greeted by Party of Young People Miss Mildred Walker, of 1615 Re gina street, arranged a little party in honor of her sister, Miss Dorothy Walker who has just returned from Philadelphia where she was under treatment for several months at the Episcopal Hospital. Dancing, games and music preceded a buffet supper, served to the follow ing guests. The Misses Grace Lelb, Barbara P. Neal, Maud Dunkle, Edith Hauck, Mary Derr, Gertrude Yeager, Bertha Maurer, Dorothy and Mildred Walker. William Ha!kk, Russel Toro llnson. Earl Hoffman, Paul Arnold, Ernest Shoeman, Harold Breenamore, John Frankenburger, Edward Sha dow, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Walker. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years '« * n .•*• • - y * ** * ***■ -r | HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Daughter of Fannie Rice to Wed Former Resident Telegrams from Northfleld, N. H., say that Fannie Rice, the famous ac tress who spends her summers at Blanchard Farm, near there, has an nounced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Edith Rice Purdy, of New York, to Eben Lord Chapman of Harrlsburg. The wedding will be a most elaborate event. Mr. Chapman, a civil engineer, lived fol - a short time at the clubhouse of the Engineers' Society, Front and Chestnut streets, but recently removed to Franklin, N. H He is reported to have inherited a million-dollar fortune this summer. Mr. Chapman is a graduate of the Massachusetts Tech and Miss Purdy Is a graduate of the Swan Art School, Massachusetts. She and her mother have recently return ed from Australia. The Rev. H. Branson Richards, Leb anon, was a Saturday visitor in this city. Mrs. Susan Leib of Reading was the guest of friends here on Saturday. Mrs. Clinton Leininger of Lebanon returned to her home after a week's visit among friends in this city. E. R. Wieand of this city was a vis itor in this city Saturday. Miss Lottie Frick of Lebanon spent the week-end as the guest of friends In this city. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kllgore and I family of 361 Harris street are spend ing the summer at Penns Grove. Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Shull are home from their wedding trip to Delaware Water Gap and are occupy ing their new apartments at 1817 i Derry street. Miss Frances Hoopes, of Reading, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Kathar ine Hoopes, 1611 Regina street. RAILROAD MEN EXJOY A TRIP TO THE SEASHORE M. B. Mishey, I. L. Behney, E. S. Lindemuth, P. R. Troup, W. F. Slay maker, J. E. McManamy, C. C. Pax son, B. T. Gougler, Jr., and W. F. Tripp of the cashier's office Pennsyl vania Railroad, and J. S. Sides of the Division Passenger agent's oiflce, Har rlsburg; J. H. Lee and J. J. Mcßurney of Altoona spent the week-end at New York, Coney Island Asbury Park. AT PRINCETON SUMMER SCHOOL Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Omwake and family of Riverside, have gone to Princeton, N. J., for the summer. Mr. Orawake of the Academy faculty, teaches in the summer school at the University during the summer months. SEWING CLASS CLOSES A little sewing class taught by Miss Jean Mullen at the Bethany chapel, will hold a closing session this eve ning, when there will be an informal program of music and recitations fol lowed by refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. W. Harry Baker, 206 Harris street, are spending some time t in Atlantic Sity. Miss Miriam Hart of Williamsport, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mauk, Sixth and Kelker streets. Miss Mildred Cook of 526 Camp street .spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook, at Dun cannon. Mrs. Jesse Kramer of Atlantic City Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Hoffman at 1921 Penn street. Mrs. James Hall Musser of 215 North Second street, haa returned home after a month's stay In Phila delphia- Miss Ethel Stimson of 2214 Jeffer son street, spent the week-end with relatives at Dunc&nnon. [Oll<ar Piauuli ut Pan JULY 12, 1915. Camp Nepahwin Delegates Come Home on Saturday Mrs. John W. Relly, president of the local Young Women's Christian Asso ciation, came home to-(Jay after a fortnight's stay at Camp Nepahwin, Canton, Pa., where she was the camp hostess. Others of the party who re turned on Saturday were Miss Florence Carroll, Miss Carrie Gable, Miss Stella Metzger, Miss May Crouse, Miss Mary Shearer, Miss Annie Blocher and Miss Irene Oren. MOTOR FROM HVtiHESVILLE Charles E. Landls and daughter, Miss Miriam Landls, of 1630 Green street, and Miss Helen Gerdes, of 1608 North Third street motored to Hughes ville. Pa., Saturday, returning the same evening with Mrs. Landls, Miss Mar garet Landis and Master Luther Landls who had been visiting the Rev. Renett Williams and family at Hughesville. J^m Phonc for WajonT Bread Coata no mora than other bread- BIRTHDAY PICNIC Mrs. S. B. Sweger of Nineteenth street, arranged a birthday picnic for her father, William M. Hortlng, at Reservoir Park, in celebration of his 77th birthday. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mingle, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hort lng, Donald Sweger, Ralph Sweger, Miss Hazel Seacrlst, Miss Helen Hart zell, of Stewartstown, Miss Alva Mc- Clure, Mr. and Mrß. S. B. Sweger and Mr. and Mrs. William Hortlng. VISITORS AT PERDIX Mrs. Rose White entertained the fol lowing guests at a week-end house party at her Perdix cottage, the "La William:" Mr. and Mrs. Charles Price and son Preston Price, Mrs. Mary Silk, thajf Misses Verne Bomgardner, Ruth Gos nall and Mary Gosnall of Harrisburg, Lewis Hawthorne of Washington, D. C.; Larue Baker of Ohio and Jack Malklin of Pittsburgh.