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Parents Should
This Splendid Remedy
Simple Laxative Compound Helps
to Correct Constipation
in Children.
With all children there are times
tbe bowels fall to act naturally i
and it becomes necessary for the par
ents to administer a remedy. Cathar
tics and purgatives should never he
used as these agents afford only tem
porary relief while their violent action
shocks tho system unduly. Mrs. Eva
f'\ Gaff, 517 10th St., Washington, D.
C., says that Jier little girl, Marie, had
been subject to constipation, and that
she round Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin the best remedy because of its
mildness, and now always keeps a bot
tle of it in the house.
Dr. Cpldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a
compound of simple laxative herbs,
free from opiates or narcotic drugs of
arty kind, and is an ideal remedy for
children because of its mild action and f
positive effect. Its use tends to <
strengthen the impaired bowel action i
and restore normal regularity.
It is important that parents should
know of a dependable remedy with 1
no unpleasant after effects, griping or !
NEW I, Y WEDS BACK i
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Keffer have re- i
turned from their wedding trip and t
will be "At Home" to their friends, t
after November 15 at 1601 Green
street.
TOl'R BATTIjEFIEEI)
The Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Boughter, .
of the First United Brethren Church, r
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These are anxious days. |q
The world is shaken with wars and ru- I®
PJ mors of wars. |f
|l Peace treaties are failing those who de- It
|l| pended entirely upon them for protection. ||
|f International law is not the absolute ||
jg guarantee of safety it was supposed to be.
j| A single year of world history has shown |g
»J that armed ambition respects nothing except
a show of force equal to or greater than its jJ
own.
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|9 If the United States is going forward to t«
Jq the great destiny its fathers saw in their vision
jg it must gird its loins and keep its powder dry.
|| In the readjustment of the balance of jj
world power there will be no place for the 19
weakling, even though he pleads peaceable
ft intent and righteousness of cause.
It The day of the stalwart is at hand, and kg
Jg it remains for you, Mr. Citizen, to say whether
Uncle Sam shall stand before the conqueror, a *
helpless old squire whose pockets bulge invit- )|
N ingly with wealth, or whether he shall be I*
|| buckled in his armor for protection against
jq' aggression.
|| Whatever your ideas of national defense ty
may be, you ought to read the two great pa- )i
H triotic books, "The American Government" If
|§ and "The Panama Canal," by Frederic J.
|| Haskin. Ji
|j They will show you how big and im- |f
y portant your country really is, and will make
you more anxious for its security than you
|C have ever been before. ■
You can secure these valuable books at |i
|f cost price by using the coupon printed else- IA
|l where in today's issue of the
2 Harrisburg Telegraph jj
FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEfcRAPH OCTOBER 29, 1915
M'^rii^^AFF
strain; Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
costs only fifty cents a bottle and can
be procured at any drug store. To
obtain a trial bottle, free of charge,
write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Wash
ington St., Monticello, 111.
and Mrs. J. M. Peters, of White Hill,
went over the Gettysburg battlefield as
the guests of Henry Burn, a veteran of
the war. on Thursday.
OKI.Y ONE "BROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name,
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Eook
for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures
a Cold in One Day. 25c.—Advertise
ment.
(Ottier social itonis, pages 8 and 18)
VARIED COSTUMES
WORN AT PARTY
Bible Class Makes Merry at
Masquerade Hallowe'en
Celebration
The Mrs. A. E. Groff Bible Class
of the Olivet Presbyterian Sunday
School held a Hallowe'en party at the
home of the Misses Huber, 224 Hum
mel street, last night which was at
tended by fifty-six people. The cos
tumes were varied and many of a
costly nature. There were Indian
chiefs and their squaws, officers and
enlisted men of the army, fire laddies,
clowns, Tama-Yamai, gypsies, darky
men and women, nurses, Spanish
madis. Puritan maids, Colonial maids,
186 0 girls, a Sunboimet Sue, Dutch
girls, a goddess, old ladies, young
ladies, up-to-date, out-of-date, any
date, in fact almost anything that the
most vivid imagination could imagine.
The refreshments were very'appro
priate to the season. The house had
been lavishly decorated from the attic
to the cellar. Pumpkins, black cats,
cornstalks, large wicker baskets filled
with autumn foliage and decorated
beautifully with yellow ribbons and
perky bows on their tall handles, skulls
holding lighted candies and ghosts.
About a dozen prizes were awarded
to the following: Mrs. Armstrong, for
the most beautiful costume; Mrs.
Goodlieart, for the funniest costume.
In the contests were Mrs. Bowman,
Miss Shoemaker, Miss Heagy, Miss
Beck and others.
Class Band
Music was furnished by the class
band, of which the following are mem
bers: The Misses Miller, S. White,
Kiester, Cullmerry, Shauff, Stouch and
Mrs. Berlew. Beside these the follow
ing were present: Mrs. Yates, Mrs.
Class. Mrs. Kitchen, Mrs. G. Cull
merry. Mrs. Pennypacker, Mrs. Good
heart, Mrs. Rapp, Miss Wagner, Mrs.
llauck, Mrs. Stephens, Mrs. Shoe
maker. Mrs. MacAllister, Miss Beck,
Mrs. Nicodemus, Mrs. Brassleman, Miss
Brassleman, Mrs. Cox, Sr., Mrs. Cox, Jr.,
Mrs. Himes, Miss N. White, Miss S.
White, Miss Herman, Mrs. Lvme,
Misses Annie, Kate, Mary and Ger
trude Huber, Mrs. Kendall, Mrs.
Walker, Miss Nicodemus, Miss Mote,
Mrs. Bowman. Miss Brightbill, Mrs.
Steel, Miss Cannon, Mrs. Eangletz
Mrs. Crisswell, Mrs. Stover, Miss
Smith and the following children: As
boys, B. Walker. P. Walker, D. Bow
man, K. Goodheart, A. Rouse, R
Rouse, and as girls, the Misses Kitchen
and Cox.
Herrs Entertain Jolly
Crowd of Masqueraders
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Herr enter
tained a jolly crowd of masqueraders
at their home near Lawnton. The
masqueraders were met at Grey's
Eane by ghosts and Uncle Cy who led
them by the light of pumpkin lant
erns through many a gloomy place.
The usual Hallowe'en games featured
the evening's fun. The guests in
cluded:
Mrs. A. Harrow, yama yama girl;
A. Harrow, prince of patches clown;
Mrs. A. K. Jerauld, gypsy queen: A.
K. Jerauld, big Indian chief; Mrs.
George Nebinger, yama yama girl;
George Nebinger, ghost; Mrs. F. Tyler,
spirit of Hallowe'en; F. Tyler, Uncle
Sam; Mrs. William Fitzpatrick, yama
yama girl; William Fitzpatrick, Willie
Green; Mrs. H. W. Snavely, Red Cross
Nurse; H. W. Snavely, Aunt Sallie
from Away; Mrs. Robert J. Champion,
colonial dame; Robert J. Champion,
Uncle Cy; Miss Margaret Myers, vama
yama girl; Miss Ruth Rapp, Irish
girl; Miss Pauline Burner, gypsy
maid; Miss Esther Gruber, Indian
maid; Miss Catherine Snavely, yama
yama girl; Miss Violet Champion, In
dian maid; Alic Gellbaugh, clown; J.
Cole, by scout; tester Jerauld, far
mer boy; Budd Jerauld, cow
boy; Clarence Colestock, clown;
Simon Champion, tramp; Nissley
Snavely, pretty girl; Mr. and Mrs.
Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Seiger, Miss Ellse
Seiger; Miss Mildred Shaffer, Paul
Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Herr,
Master Alvin Herr. The guests thanked
Mr. and Mrs. Herr for the pleasant
evening they spent with them.
ENTERTAINS CUBICAL CLUB
Mrs. T. B. Keener last evening en
tertained the members of the Cubi
cal Club at a Hallowe'en party given
at the home of her mother, Mrs.
Charles E. Wright, 1111 North Third
street. William Foster was awarded
the prize for being the best dressed
masquerade and Thomas Stacks re
ceived the Rward for the funniest cos
tume. The guests included: Miss M.
Grace I,ong, Miss Cordelia Brenne
man, Miss Florence Luck, Miss Helen
Keener, Miss Cordelia Forney, Miss
Ruth Richards, Miss Margaret Rich
ards, Miss Carrie Schaubauer, Miss
Eleanor Ream, Miss Susan Kepford,
Miss Cleo Davis, Miss Catherine Bar
key, Miss Ethel Straub, Miss Helen
Goodyear. Miss Phoebe Richards,
Truman Keener, Edgar Gohn, Homer
Balsbaugh, Sherman Garett, John
Bennett, Franklin Metzler, George
Hepford, John Richards, Mrs. Thomp
son, William Gray, Samuel Engler,
Thomas Stacks.
COUGHED CONTINUALLY
Day and Night—Man Says Noth
ing Helped But Vinol.
That statement does not surprise
u<?. We have told the people of Har
risburg many times during the last ten
years that Vinol is the greatest rem
edy for chronic coughs and colds that
we ever sold. Mr. Dunning says:
"I took a heavy cold which settled
into a chronic cough. It seemed as
though I coughed continually dav and
night, so I could not sleep. I was all
run down and so weak I could hardly
keep about. 1 tried different cough
medicines hut seemed to get worse
instead of better. I went to the drug
store and got a bottle of Vinol. Be
fore it. was half gone I vf-as better
and its continued use cured my cough,
built me up and I am feeling fine."
Benj. Dunning, 208 Tenth Ave., Scran
ton, Pa.
Vinol is not a paliative like cough
syrups, but It is a constitutional rem
edy for coughs, colds and bronchitis,
which removes the cause and stops
the cough, and the recovery of Mr.
Dunning was due to the healing medi
cinal extractives of fresh cods' livers
without oil, aided by the strengthen
ing revitalizing effect of tonic iron
and beef peptone which are con
tained in Vinol.
George A. Gorgas, Druggist; Ken
nedy's Medicine Store, 321 Market
street; C. F. Kramer, Third and Broad
streets; Kitzmiller's Pharmacy, 1325
Derry street, Hanisburg, Pa.
lET us help you decide where you should get your clothes. We offer
you nothing more than guaranteed clothes, highly tailored in up to the
minute styles at the same prices you will pay in the cash stores, on a weekly
payment plan or monthly remittance just as it suits you. Remember
Livingston's is behind every transaction and from what our customers say
we are convinced that that is sufficient assurance for anyone.
LADIES' ~
All of the season's approved styles are well represented in all the popular materials,
including Gabardines, Broadcloths, Poplins, Serges, Velvets and Corduroys
$13.50 $45.00
LADIES'
Our stocks are well chosen, embracing every popular fabric and style. Complete
assortment of plushes
$5.00 to $50.00
LADIES' DRESSES
In Poplin, Taffeta, Crepe de Chine, Silk and Serge. Complete stocks in all styles and sizes
$5.85 lo
Ladies' Waists, Hats, Skirts, Sweaters, Furs and Petticoats,
also Girls' Coats and Dresses to suit all tastes and prices.
men ' s suits w~
We are particularly proud of our stock this season in as much
as it has been so well received by our customers. This is no j I
self praise. We are just voicing the sentiments of our clients.
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MEN'S OVERCOATS W\ j
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