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HCENMABPENNAM WOUNDED DEER FIGHTS HUNTER In Tussle Animal's Horn Breaks Off and Then Its Throat Is Cut Special to The Telegraph New Gerniantown, Pa., Deo. 16. — Hut-ins the past few days George F. Kesler, Charles Shambaugh, John C. Smith and the Bryner Hunting Club of Clsna Kun and Loysvllle, shot deer. A member of the elub shot a 7-prong buck and Mrs. Smith's was a 9- pronged one. Mr. Smith had an ex citing experience In getting his deer. Me gave him one shot which knocked the deer down, but the second shell failed to explode. Mr. Smith grabbed the deer by one of its horns which broke off; then pulling out his hunt ing knife Mr. Smith cut the deer's throut. STATK GRANGE MEETING Special to The Telegraph .State College. Pa., Dec. 6.—Plans have been completed for the meeting at the Pennsylvania College of the State Grange from December 21 to 24, when it is expected that 1,000 persons will be in attendance. A special program has been arranged for three days' ses sions. C. K. OFFICERS ELECTED Special to The Telegraph Blain, Pa., Dec. 16. Young Peo ple's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Keformed Church has elected offi cers as follows: David H. Snyder, president; Henry Orth, vice-president; Miss Alila Snyder, recording secretary; Mras Maude I. Smith, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Fred A. Kern, treas urer; Miss Ruth Book, pianist: Miss Maude Smith, assistant; and Miss Ida •JlcKee, chorister. BLAIN CHRISTMAS PROGRAM Special to The Telegraph Blain, Pa., Dec. 16. —A program of recitations, music, class exercises, drills, etc., entitled the "Prince of Bethlehem," will be rendered on Sun day evening by the Methodist Epis copal Sunday school in observance of Christmas. SHOWER FOR NKWLYWEDS Special to The Telegraph New Gerniantown, Pa., Dec. 16. —A Ititchen shower was held for Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brlckner on Saturday evening at the home of the parents of the latter, Mr. and Mrs. Abner Watts. Many useful household uten sils were presented and refreshments were served. MISSIONARY MEETING Special to The Telegraph Shiremanstown. Pa., Dec. 16.—This afternoon at 3 o'clock the Woman's Missionary Society of the St. John's Lutheran Church met at the home of Mrs. William Martin. The topic for discussion was "Christinas for All the • 'hlldren of the World." Next Wednes day evening the Luther League of the same church will hold a social meeting at the home of Mrs. Kate A. Eberly, In East Main street. HENSEL PORTRAIT PRESENTED Special to The Telegraph Marietta, Pa., Dec. 16.—A handsome portrait of the late W. U. Hensel, of J Lancaster, lias been accepted by the members of the Lancaster Bar Asso ciation and will soon grace the walls of one of the courtrooms. Judge Lan dis will make an address. Mrs. John A. Nauman, daughter of Mr. Hensel, presented the portrait. ACCIDENT TO TEAM Special to The Telegraph Wrightsville, Pa., Dec. 16. —While Daniel Wallick was driving down a steep hill to-day the wagon began sliding on account of the snow and one of the mules was thrown down. In an attempt to tighten the brakes Mr. Wallick received a number of Injuries. The mule was badly Injured. DIES TN HOSPITAL Shepherdstown, Pa„ Dec. 16. —Mrs. James Leas, who was taken to the Harrisburg Hospital last Friday, died on Monday evening, aged 43 years. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Harry, Mrs. Charles Otstot, Frances and Marie. Funeral services will be held at the house to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock, with burial at Mount Top. Services will be In charge of the Rev. A. B. Mower, of the United Brethren Church, of which Mrs. Leas was a member. TAX DUPLICATE SETTLED Shiremanstown, Pa., Dec. 16. —S. E. Sheely, collector of State and county tax, was at Carlisle Wednesday, where he made full settlement of the dupli cate of 1913 for the borough of Shire manstown. WHY SUFFER WITH BAGGIE, KIDKEYS OR RHEUMATISM NOW? Letter Tclit of Long Looked-for Prescription. Dear litn^ers —l am making a per sonal appeal to those of you who are bothered with kidney ana bladder trouble, that you give up the use of harsh salts or alcoholic kidney medi cines and in their place take a short treatment of "Amide.'' I have taken many of Dr. Pierce's medicines for the iiast twenty-five years with good results, suffered with kidney trouble for some years. I recently heard of the newest discovery of Doctor Pierce, namely, his " Anuric" Kidney Tablets. After using same I am completely cured of my kidney trouble. I recommend, heartily, all sufferers to Dr. Pierce, for what he has done for ©e cannot be estimated too l) ! ghiy. A doctor pronounced me a well preserved woman for my age, all due, I believe, to Dr. Pierce's medical aid. Yours very truly, Mas. MKI.LSDA MILLER. NOTES You've all undoubtedly heard of the famous Dr. Piorce and his well known medicines Well, this prescrip tion is one that has been successfully used for many years by the physicians and specialists at Dr. Plerco's Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., for kidney complaints, and dis tases arising from disorders of the kid neys and bladder, such as backache, weak back, rheumatism, dropsv, conges tion of the kidneys, intlammation of the bladder, scalding urine, and urinary troubles. Up to this time, "Anuric" has not been on sale to the public, but by the Persuasion of many patients and the Increased demand for this wonderful healing Tablet, Doctor Pierce has finally decided to put it Into the drug stores of this country within immediate reach of *ll sufferers. Simply ask for Doctor Pierce's Anuric Tablets. There oan be no imitation. Every package of " Anuric " Is sure to be Dr. Pierce's. You will find the signature on the package Just as you do on Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, the ever fanaous friend to ailing women, and Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, proven by years to be the greatest gen tonic and reconstructed lor any one. J THURSDAY EVENING, If Amounts. I Of Useful Christmas Gifts fliS*" f a In time for Christmas comes this large shipment of cedar chests —five hvin- sortment of skins embraces— | fe C i fjpffl dred of them distributed among our five stores. Now five hundred cedar chests ; BLACK FOX LYNX I U yfr . |jj|||p are a £°° d many but, at the price we are able to offer them, they will not last j CIVET CAT POINTED FOX 1 M Every woman wants one of these chests for her pretty clothes and coining, as " HUDSON SEAL they do, at the Christmas season shoul d answer for many men the important MINK FITCH We are glad to be able to offer these chests at this . so a com Pl ete l' ne °* Children's E TllSt the Thine time as, on our easy credit terms, many good wives may l l ' rs ' 4 ft be made happy this Christmas. —.m | A VICTEOLA Jewelry Gifts I P Step into our Victor Room and allow us to explain our "—ATVT 17 A Q"V TTfPTVTQ : J? easy payment plan on Victrolas and records. The very finest A A W gift you could give the family for Christmas. To those who prefer giving jewelry at Christmas we offer ij| I Priced From sls to S2OO I lan, designed to your individual requirements. 3 I $3.50 tO $7.50 = BRACELETS TOILET SETS J R LA VALLIERES CLOCKS j W. M This chest regularly sells for not less than $24.75 —some- BROOCHES RINGS J II I •IT* - times more—and can be sold at our price 6nly through very laree Other articles too numerous to mention. MA # Mechanical I rams, quantity purchase. $ ft' - A m 0 A - Made of heavy red cedar with all joints grooved, tongued m » 5yC tO ij> J.JjD and screwed together. ' H | ! ijujji All screws are carefully countersunk and screwholes plugeed I lip l ' M-'t I 1 ft r j t 52 » G with fi g ured cedar - II ; Fu,ned ° ak m » It n l l • n Exceptionally effective odor due to the large number of FflßSlff ) l! i Tabourettes. ?« W Jr Ulumbia Coaster knots in the wood selected. A S A I Wagons, $2.25 up sl7. SO I" 29c | | the boy. ? lei SS* "V ] | Hobby Horses 3K I £: _ ML! u 3g*l no White Enamel and Ma- QQ up •jtf'TW'- - t S $1 OR 11 n hogany finishes, "OC $ | OI.OT up gsmmm 312 MARKET STREET r>9* to $4.r,0 . | Community Christmas Tree For West Fairview: Special to The Telegraph West Fairview, Pa., Dec. 16. —It is | now an assured fact that the resi dents of town will have the pleasure! of looking upon and participating in ' the exercises connected with the first; community Christmas tree celebration j in the borough. Tlie committee in | charge of the affair has left no stone i unturned in their efforts to make it j a success. A twenty-live root Christ mas tree has been secured and will | be erected at the intersection of j State Road and Third street and will j be illuminated with electric lights. At eight o'clock in i.he evening of De cember 24th, the pupils of the High and Grammar schools will assemble at the tree and sing several Christ- j mas carols, render recitations and a short talk will be given by a promi nent resident of town. DEATH OF JACOB I). WEItiAXD Mount Joy, Pa., Dec. 16.—Jacob D. Welgand of Elizabethtown died on Wednesday morning, aged 79 years. He was adjutant of John M. Good Post No. 502 Grand Army of the Re public, for many years. Mr. Welgand j enlisted on October 18, 1861, as a| musician in the band of the Sixth j United States Cavalry, and served until December 1, 1862. He is sur vived by these children: Mrs. J. W. Marsh and Grant, of Warren, Q.; George of Philadelphia; Mrs. 11. L. Horst, of Elizabethtown, and Charles, of Sunbury. Two brothers and one sister, also survive: Frank, of Dun caster, John of Harrisburg, and Mrs. Albert Sherbahn, of Wayne, Nebraska. FUNERAL OF MRS. ANNA LEAS Mechanlcsburg, Pa„ Dec. 16.—The funeral of Mrs. Anna Leas, of Bow mansdale, about 3 miles south of this place, will be held to-morrow morn ing at 9 o'clock. Burial will bo made In the graveyard at Barren's Church, near Dillsburg. Mrs. Leas was aged 44 years and died at the Ilarrisburg hospital, where she was taken ror treatment. She is survived by her husband and four children, Mrs. Andrew Shaffer and Mrs. Amanda Dull of Mechanics burg. are sisters. Civil War Veteran Dies in Post Office at Goldsboro Special to The Telegraph Goldsboro, Pa., Dec. 16.—Jacob W. Berger, an old resident of Goldsboro and a Civil War veteran, died suddenly in the post office here on Monday evening. He had just entered the office to mail a package when he was stricken and fell over, dying in a few minutes. Mr. Berger was born about one mile north of lown January 17, 1843, and about fifteen years ago moved into town. He is survived by his wife and the following children: Edgar B. and Florence, at home; William P., of York, and Samuel P., 1 of York Haven; also these brothers and sisters: Ampudia Berger, of Goldsboro; Mrs. Annie E. Crum, of Goldsboro; Mrs. Maggie Jessop, of York; Mrs. Ross W. Dugan, Mrs. Wil liam Brinton and Mrs. George Good, of Harrisburg. I Funeral services will be held at the home to-morrow morning at 9.30 o'clock, with burial at Paddleton cemetery. OFFICIALS DENY RUMOR Special to The Telegraph Mt. Union, Pa., Dec. 16. Officials of the Mt. Aetna Explosives Company here deny the rumor circulated here for several days that they had re ceived a letter threatening to blow up the big powder plant on December 15, unless the doors were closed and work stopped prior to that date. Deafness Cannot Be Cured bv local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There la only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitution •1 remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearlug, and when It is entirely rloaed Deafuess fs the result, and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and thla tnbe restored to its normal condition, hear ing will bft destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused br Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. we will give One Huudred Dollars for any caaa of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend fop circu lars, free. F. J. CHENEY St CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH WILLIAM ROSNKK DIES Special to The Telegraph Lynkens, Pa., Dec. 16.—William Rosner, one of I ./kens' oldest and best known citizens, died at the home of his son Charles, yesterday morning. His daughter-in-law found him dead in bed about 7.30 and It is thought that death was due to old age. Mr. Rosner was 85 years old last April. He came from Germany when a boy and was employed In and about the coal mines for many years. Several years ago a stroke disabled him so that he was compelled to quit work. He was married to a Miss Erdman of Gratz, who died several years ago. He Is survived by one son, Charles. Fu neral services will be held to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock with burial in Wlconisco cemetery. VWWWWWWWMWMWWMWWWVWWWWWWWWWWWWWH Motor Car Owners The revenue hunter in Congress again has an eye on gasoline and the horsepower of your car. ' In order to successfully oppose the proposed TAX the American Automobile Association will be put to considerable expense. You can best contribute your share, by becoming a member of the Motor Club of Harrisburg. We charge no membership fee, and we forward part of your dues to the State Federation and American Automobile Association, giving you concurrent membership in both those bodies. Five dollars dues per annum to this club covers all. Membership now carries you to February, 1917. The Time To Act Is Now. WILL YOU HELP? Motor Club of Harrisburg P. O. Box 361—201 Patriot Building I. J. Weaver, Health Officer, j Dies at Mectianicsburg Mechanicsburg, Pa., Dec. 16. —I. J. | Weaver, State health officer and a I Civil War veteran, died late yesterday, afternoon at his home in East Locust' street, after an illness of congestion, of the lungs. He was aged 72 years and was a resident of this vicinity for the past 34 years. He was n member of the Col. H. I. Zinn Post, No. 415, holding the office of chap lain, serving in the war In the Seven teenth Pennsylvania Cavalry for al most three years. Mr. Weaver was | born In Rosstown, York county on; January 15, 1843. He was a member of the Trindle Spring Lutheran DECEMBER 16, 1915. I church. Ono daughter and two sons I survive: Miss Bertha, at. home; W. H. Weaver, of Low'er Allen, and an adopted son, Charles Wilson, of Car | lisle; also two sisters and one brother, I Miss Kate Wilson, of California; Mrs. I Alice Lochman of Philadelphia and i David M. Weaver of Mechanicsburg. ' The funefal service will be held on , Sunday afternoon at 'I o'clock, the , Rev. S. S. Games officiating. Burial will be made in the Mechanicsburg cemetery. - *-.r.0 I'htlnilrliihlii mill Itrlurn K..*o A ClmrmiiiK Sunday Outlnis Special low rate excursion next Sun day, Pennsylvania Railroad. A rare I chance to see the battleships at league j Icland Navy Yard. Visit Independence Hall or Fairmount Park. Special train leaves Harrisburg 7:00 A. M. —Adver- tisement ' r : l THE ALWAYS WELCOME GIFT ffcA KODAK The Kift that keeps tho picture story of everv youthful interest— school days and sports—the winter and summer outings, the city boys' trip to the country and the country boys' trip to the city. Jn all these there Is fun In the picture taking and afterwards both fun and satisfaction In possession. Our Christmas Htoc-k of Kodaks and Brownies Is com plete. Let us show you. Gorgas Drug Stores 16 N. Third St. Penna. Station ■ ; > \YI 1,1 II AM WENTZ DIES Special to The Telegraph Mount Joy, Pa., Dec. 16.—William Wentz, tax collector and a member of the school hoard of Martic township for thirty years, died at his home 011 Tuesday from the effects of a stroke of paralysis. He was in his seventy third year. Besides his wife, he is survived by one son, C. Klvin Wentz, living at Itawlinsville, ana one daugh ter, Leila, wife of K. Koy Eshleman, of Andrew's Bridge, and a brother, Isaac, of Penbrook, Dauphin county. PIPESORGAN AURIVICS Marysvllle. Pa., Dec. 16. The new Mohler pipeorgan for tile '/Ann LutherHii Church, arrived and was taken to the church, where it will ho set up soon. It will be used for the Christmas enter tainment.