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| Yours-for-Only $395
See It Today?
IF >ou have hesitated to buy a player piano because the price was too
* high, or because you were unwilling to take chances with a low
priced, unknown player—come in and see the Frances Bacon priced at
So positive are we of the extraordinary value of this instrument,
that we urge you to see the player pianos selling at SSOO and more—
then see, and test in every way, these $395 Frances Bacon player
That's all we ask. We know you'll save sll0 —and more in some
cases—by getting a Frances Bacon, and you run no ri«t at all because
we give you a guarantee, covering everything.
Terms: $lO Cash—sß Monthly
12 Music Rolls, Bench and Scarf Included
Get a Victrola or Edison ||j|
I new Victrolas just received" J |||j
'f Join our Club now y
Delivery at once, or not
* until Xmas, if you prefer.
]. H. Troup, Music House
Troup Building 15 S. Market Square Hi
Special to The Telegraph
Hagerstown, Md., Nov. 11. Mrs. i
Herbert Sparrow, of Maugansville, dis- i
tinßuislicd herself as a mnrkswoman j
== I
Absolutely Removes
Indigestion. One package
proves it 25c at all druggists.
Cumberland Valley Railroad
In Effect June 27, 1915.
TRAINS leave Harrlshurg—
For Winchester and Martinsburg at
6:03. *7:52 a. in., *3:4 ft p. m.
For Hagerstown, Chatnbersburg, Car
lisle. Mechaniesburg and Intermediate
Stations at *5:08. *7:52, *11:63 a. in. I
*3:40, 5:37, *7:15, *11:00 p. m.
Additional trains for Carlisle and i
Merlianii'sburs: at 9:48 a. in.. 2:16, 3:26 '
«:30, 9:35 a. ni.
For DillsbiirK at 5:03, *7.52 and
*11:53 a. ill., 2:16. *3:40, 6:37 and 6:30
p. m.
•Dally. All other trains dallv except
Sunday. H. A. RIDDLE,
,1. 11. TONGE. G. P. A.
* —— m—m
1 &f>OWE|
Home Devices
will be shown and demonstrated by us at our
booth at the Exhibition of the Pennsylvania En
gineering Society next week.
Be prepared to use them and
Wire Your Home Now
Have our representative call and give estimate.
I by shooting a full-grown skunk in the
| harden at her home a few nights ago.
I but she lias vowed to be more careful
: in the future, as the entire family has
| been forced to camp outside of their
| home since.
j Hagerstown, Md., Nov. 11. Ar
rangements are being made here to
run an excursion over the Western
Maryland railroad to York, Pa., on
Tuesday, November 23, to the Bieder
wolf evangelistic meeting. The
Rev. Dr. Biederwolf conducted a suc
cessful campaign in this city last sum
mer and he has thousands of admirers
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for a;
i case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by liall
Catarrh Cure.
I\ J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
j We. the undersigned, h«Te known K. J
I for tin* last 15 years. uud believe bin
i perfectly honorable lu all business transaction*
' and flnauHiilly able to carry out any obligation*
1 made by lis firm.
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of
tbe system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75
cents per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pilla for constipation.
Special to The Telegraph
Mechaniesburg, Pa., Nov. 11. Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Deitch, West Main
street, celebrated their tenth wedding
anniversary last evening, very pleas
antly with a dinner to thirty guests.
Chrysanthemums and autumn leaves
brightened the rooms. Mrs. Deitch
was gowned in her mother's wedding
dress of 48 years ago, and received
the guests who were relatives. Fol
lowing the dinner the time was spent
with music and social converse.
Special to The Telegraph
Cleveland, 0., Nov. 11.—The pres
ence of James McAleer, former man
ager and president of the Boston Am
erican League baseball team, in the
city last evening, and the fact that he
was in conference with Charles W.
Somers, owner of the Cleveland team
in that league, led to rumors that the
Indians are on the market. Reports
also had it that McAleer was to be the
purchaser. Both Somers and McAleer
denied these reports, but would not
explain the reason for thetr long con
Stop Piles
I A Simple Home Treatment That Eu
Brought Joy to Thousands la
the Famous Pyramid
File Treatment
How badly do you want relief? Do
! you want it enough to go to the small
: trouble of mailing the below coupon
for a free trial of ttM Pyramid Pll*
J Treatment?
The Pyrudi Smile from a Slafl#
Thousanda have reported to u« their
great joy at having been led to try
thta great treatment and at the re
markable results It produced in their
cases. Be fair to yourself. Give
yourself the chaaee to get well. Mall
the coupon BOW or go to any drug
store and purchase a 60c box of Pyra
mid Pile Treatment.
681 Pyramid Bids.. Marshall, Mich.
Kindly send me a Free sample of
Pyramid PilaTrcatmeat, In plain wrapper.
City •5tate...,.,.,..
I ——'
Trotter to Speak Here
on Rescue Mission Work
Superintendent City Rescue Mission
Arrangements have been completed
l>y the Board of Managers of the City
Rescue Mission for the visit here De
cember 2 of "Mel" Trotter, a famous
mission worker. Mr. Trotter will
speak at two meetings; one in a
church auditorium, in the afternoon,
and the other in the Technical High
school auditorium in the evening. He
will also attend a business men's din
ner at 5 o'clock in the mission room
of the City Rescue Mission, 107
South Second street. At the present
time "Mel" Trotter is In ill health and
the Board of Managers have arranged
to have George Trotter, his brother,
come here in case "Mel" is too sick to
visit Harrisburg.
The City Rescue Mission in South
Second street is in charge of Superin
tendent Griffith Jones. It is equipped
with a large mission room for nightly
mission meetings, an office, kitchen
and bath. The board of man
agers includes: James W. Barker,
president; Luther Minter, vice-presi
dent; W. G. Hean, secretary; Fred
Kelker, treasurer; E. F. Weaver,
Charles S. Meek, John C. McFadden,
Philip Reed, Harvey Buck, John E.
Gil>ple, Frank E. Musser, S. Ramsav
Black and A. C. Dean.
Kennedy Medicine Store
First of Kind in U. S.
In yesterday's issue of the Telegraph.
Kennedy's Medicine Store announced
a thirtieth anniversary sale with two
pages of specials arranged for a three
day event in recognition of the store's
growth and success since it was es
tablished thirty years ago. In those
days cut-rate medicine stores were un
known and Mr. W. H. Kennedy con
ceived the idea of specializing on pat
ent medicines and sell them below the
prices prevailing at that time. Since
then the idea has been adopted in
practically all cities of any size until
to-day there are thousands of stores
that specialize on the cut-rate medi
cine business. Kennedy, therefore,
claims the distinction of having the
parent store from which all others of
a similar character have evolved. Al
though there is but one Kennedy store
in liarrisburg. there are other Kenne
dy out-rate stores in Scranton, Johns
town and Reading.
For eight years the store was con
ducted in Broad street, after which it
was moved to South Third street to be
In a more central location. For twen
ty more years the business continued
iat this place until two years ago, when
the present storeroom at 321 Market
street was secured in order to get still
more room and a more advantageous
The special sale includes all well
known medicines, toilet requisites and
rubber goods. Souvenirs will be given
to the ladies, and the three-day sale
will no doubt eclipse any previous ef
fort of the Kennedy store since it was
established thirty years ago.
Special to The Telegraph
Lancaster, Pa„ Nov. 11. A man
named Gorlund plunged through a
closed window of a Pennsylvania rail
road passenger car on an eastbound
1 train. near Kinzer last night. The
man was brought to the hospital here
and an examination showed that he
was not seriously hurt.
Special to The Telegraph
Lebanon, Pa., Nov. 11. it is said
here that a new electric light line, to
be operated with power from the
York Haven Power company's gener
ating plant along the Susquehanna
river, is projected to serve residents
of Colebrook, the vicinity of Mt. Gret
na, Montana, Biamark, Cornwall and
Rexmont. A number of local capital
ists. including Assemblyman Asa Wei
mer and former Mayor E. A. Weimer,
are named In connection with the en
Special to The Telegraph
Camp Hill, Pa., Nov. 11. To
morrow evening the first public meet
ing of the Camp Hill High School
Literary Society will take place in the
new school auditorium. Music will be
furnished by the recently organized
high school orchestra. A feature of
the program will be a detiate, "Re
solved, That a Large Standing Army
and Navy Is Necessary For the Wel
fare of Our Nation." '
Special to The Telegraph
Lykens, Pa., Nov. 11. Fire which
caused a shut-down in No. 4 slope of
the collieries here for several days,
has been extinguished and work in the
{nine will be resumed to-morrow.
Special to The Telegraph
Mt. Union, Pa., Nov. 11. —This week
the Aetna Explosives Company made
its first shipment of gun cotton,
amounting to 160,000 pounds. In a
few days the company will begin the
manufactrue of smokeless powder. At
the present time 1,800 men are em
ployed and the company is 'building
bungalows for their families as rapid
ly as possible.
Special to The Telegraph
Camp Hill, Pa., Nov. 11. To
morrow evening the Rev. W. W. Hart
man, pastor of Ridge Avenue Metho
dist Church at Harrisburg, will be the
principal speaker at the special ser
vices in the Methodist Church here.
On Friday night the Rev. J. V. Adams,
of New Cumberland, will speak.
Special to The Telegraph
Mechanicsburg. Pa., Nov. 11 Ar
rangements are being made by the
Washington Fire Cotnpany for a free
distribution of gift packages on Christ
mas Day to the youngsters of the
town. l>ast year several hundred
packages were given out by the com
pany. and as many, children's hearts
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but all through the hard, raw, shivery '
winter time. ■' ~ . —" "ffl
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you can get full pleasure from your I Bp
morning bath if you'll only get a S ;
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Keep it ready by your bedside, spread
ing its genial warmth all through your
sleeping room; then, just as soon as you
roll out of bed, put your Perfection in j n
the bathroom. In less than no time a D
this, too, will be warm—not too warm, > <
A Perfection Heater makes the usual
winter ice-cold tiled floor but a memory.
Because of recollections of past discom
- forts, once used this heater becomes in
dispensable to your comfort. InpF
It is a perfect heating device, burns Jnj j
without a trace of smoke or smell. Its fjl \\\
fuel economy is pronounced, the more so fe)
if you use Atlantic Rayolight Oil. A
large one-gallon tank makes constant ™
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Pittsburgh and Philadelphia
Special to The Telegraph
Tliompsontown, Pa., Nov. 11.
Mrs. Amanda Patton. aged 8(i years,
died at her home at Tyrone and will
be buried at Center Church to-mor
row morning at 11 o'clock. She Is
survived by Ave children: Mrs. John
Weirich of Harrisburg: Mrs. Ida Pat
ton Smith, and Mrs. Mellie Purdy, of
Tyrone; Mrs. Emma Connelly of Spo
kane, Wash., and Robert Patten of
Special to The Telegraph
' Waynesboro. Pa., Nov. 11.—Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Reininger celebrated the
sixty-fourth anniversary of their mar
No wonder so many men are asking for "those
cigarettes that go so good." «gi _J gs*
Favorites are filled with all-pure tobacco —a kind Ta,
that is famous for its cool, mellow taste!
Be quick. Get yours 1
EXTRA good to- K J******
NOVEMBER 11, 1915.
riagre yesterday under most auspicious
circumstances. Mr. Reininger is in his
ninetieth year and is a member of the
Waynesboro fire department, being the
oldest fireman in the State. He is also
the oldest Odd Fellows in Pennsyl
vania. Mrs. Reininger is a few years
his junior. They were married in New
York city, November 9, 1851.
Special to The Telegraph
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 11.—A world's
record for a yearling trotting filly was
made here at a meeting of the Ken
tucky Trotting Horse Breeders' Asso
ciation, when a yearling filly by Prince
Ansel-llla-Moko (rotted a mile in
2.17%. She is owned by the Wood
land Stock Farm, of Woodland, t'al.
The former record was held by Miss
Stokes, when she trotted the miie over
the same track as a yearling in 2.19'/,.
Special to The Telegraph
Hagerstown, Md„ Nov. 11. After
chasing a gray fox with hounds from
8 o'clock Monday morning until late
in the afternoon, Charles and Roy Mc-
Donald and George Sword caught the
anifhal in the North Mountain, above
Clearspring. The fox was an unusual
ly large one.

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