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o/Grip/9, r&After Effects Grip leaves its victims weak with localized troubles. Many of them drag along for months after an attack with aching backs, coughs and colds and impaired digestion. Grip is a catarrhal disease and it leaves the system full of that dread malady. Drive out the catarrh and you overcome the grip. There Is one treatment that seldom fails to bring relief, one remedy that time has tested and thousands have proved. Rebuild Your Lost Strength with PERUNA—a good tonic Because PERUNA iB a good tonic and because it has special reference to catarrhal conditions its use in the weakness follow ing Grip has proven very beneficial It clears up the system of all the poisonous matter left after the attack, gives tone and strength to the diges tive organs and overcomes the congestion and I IA % inflammation. What it has done for thousands I, //I \\ \ is well told in the letter below. M v / v \ \\\ LOOK AT THIS LETTER /> I ) \ \\ Mrs. Frank Stroebe, R. F. D. 1, Appleton. MI I W Wis., says: al\ ■ "I began using Peruna a few months ago M\ when my health and strength were aU gone, ■ and I was nothing but a nervous wreck. Could ■ I not sleep, eat or rest properly, and felt no I Jfk desire to live. I r/\ "Three bottles of Peruna made me look at I yfiri life in a different light, as I began to regain I my lost strength. While my recovery took I y&thjk nearly four months, at the end of that time I I was better than I ever was before. I had a I splendid color and never weighed more in my 1 V>J H f e. " I certainly think Peruna is without a rival as a tonic and strength builder, and it has -y my endorsement." ' PERUNA IN TABLET FORM B PERUNA is now put up in tablets, not un- |\ / / jjf pleasant to take. They are very effective and I \ convenient treatment for catarrh in whatever I form it manifests itself. They are invaluable in I \ colds, affording quick relief, and are a prevent- I ive if taken in time. Carry a box with you. 1 W The Peruna Company, Columbui, Ohio > ATTENDED CONVENTION Professor Spencer I-lelges, principal of the schools at Huntingdon, attended the schoolmasters' convention at Tech nical high school and spent the week end with his brothers, Professor Walter Heiges, supervisor of the city schools, and George Heiges, of Green street. George Harbold, of East Berlin, has returned home after visiting his daughter, Mrs. Paul H. Reynolds, of 33 North Seventeeth street, and Mrs. J. C. Harlacher, of 16:11 Green street. Airs. Preston Krdley, of 1805 State street, is visiting friends in Baltimore. S. W. Reynolds, of South Thirteenth street, has recovered from a recent attack of pneumonia. Lovely My Shin HalrHands Kepi So 5y Daily Use of Mora Soap and occasional light touches of Cuticara Ointment. Nothing better than these super-creamy emollients. Sample Each Free by Mail With 32-p. Skin Book on request. Ad drew poit-c&rd "Cutirura, Dept. 19<i, Rotton-" Sold throughout the world. WHAT THE, SHOPSjSg&i I ARL SHOWING It 13 often said that ripe olives re-I 1 quire a cultivated taste, and yet any- ! i one who has tried the delicious ripe ( olives offered by the Studebaker j 1 Grocery Store, Second street at then crossing of State, will find it very easy 11 to become fond of them for their J flavor is delightfully fascinating.; i Naturally the more things we enjoy, the more pleasure we find in life and i : it is important to cultivate tastes for 11 the best. Children should be en- i couraged to eat ripe olives for they j contain an even larger percentage of, nutriment tliau green olives which are' known to be of great food value. The l'erndell ripe olives, sold exclusively by Studebaker's are particularly lus cloua, though they offer other excel lent brands as well. Winter With a Vengeance As though to mock the harbingers of Spring, winter has come back with a vengeance and now while the cold air is creeping in between the cracks of windows and doors, it. is wise to make plans for other winters and se lect a furnace that will heat the house adequately and yet use the least amount of coal. The Penn Comfort 1 furnaces sold by the Himes Hardware Store. 10 North Market Square are ! particularly well made, embodying all , the up-to-date features that make a , furnace desirable and durable. Thej' gas-tight drums, heavy castings, easily |i operated grate, and convenient clean- |, ing features are a few of the points)] that Insure the Comfort from which | this furnace gets its name. ;, The Cliami of a Smile The charm of a smile depends prin cipally on the beauly of the teeth, and pretty teeth are the result of care- 1 : fill attention. It is foolish to recom mend any one particular dentrilice for general use, for that whicli is perfect 1 TUESDAY EVENING, EARRISBURG TELEGRAPH MARCH 7, 1916. INSTALL OFFICERS Star of America Commandery, No. 113. Knights of Alalta. will have in stallation of officers this evening at 8 o'clock in Grand Army Hall, North Third street. C.- J. Blair, district deputy, and his staff will install the officers. Air. and Airs. J. S. Peifer, of 111 North Seventeenth street, visited rela tives in Alechanicsbnrg. Airs. J. F. Alatz, of 82 North Eighteenth street, has returned home after visiting her mother, Airs. Alary Noecker. of Schuylkill Haven. • A. W. Myers, of 1700 State street, spent the last few days in Scranton, Wilkes-Barre and Moscow on a busi ness trip. Professor Jesse Heiges, dean of Cum berland Valley State Normal School, at Shippensburg, has returned home after visiting Air. and Airs. James A. Smyser, 123 North Eighteenth street. Airs. C. E. Wertz, of 111 North Sev enteenth street, and Airs. F. E. Wood, of 108 North Seventeenth street, vis ited friends in York. Christian Hess, of Steelton, has re turned home after visiting his sister, Airs. Thomas Peifer. of 121 North Eighteenth slreel. Airs. Peifer has been seriously ill for the last five weeks. Three Hundred Guests at Zembo Entertainment The third of this season's series ofj entertainments given bv Zembo Tem-1 pie of the Mystic Shrin ™ was held last evening at Chestnut Street Auditor- j ium and was attended by over three hundred nobles and their ladies. Dancing and cards with a short en tertainment made the evening pass' quickly. George Alartin of Paxtang' gave a negro monologue in costume; ] Miss White of Alarysville. in piano se lections. and John W. Phillips ren dered Scotch and Irish ballads. A cafeteria luncheon was a novelty which was well received and thoroughly en joyed. Zembo orchestra furnished the music. SINGS AT LEBANON Aliss Katharine Dubbs of Third and Briggs streets, is home from Lebanon, where she sang in the amateur opera "The Magic Wheel," for charity, Fri day and Saturday. Aliss Dubbs who was soloist for "The Parrots" was as enthusiastically received in the neigh-' I borimr town as she was here, and re ceived not only the heartiest applause, but flowers galore from societies and individuals. Aliss Bessie Dubbs was 'with her niece. for one person may be unpleasant for another, but the Gorgas Drug Store, 16 North Third street carries a full line of tooth powders, pastes and mouth washes all of excellent quality, making it possible for anyone to find just the dentriflce to suit his particular need. They make a specialty of tooth brushes, carrying not only all the standard makes, but also some espe cially fine brushes at popular prices in large assortment. The Dye Shortage "Scarcity" . seems a contradictory cry in this day of prosperity in our country and yet the dye shortage is daily becoming more alarming. Col ored ribbons are becoming as valuable and liard to get as gold bricks, and yet Dame Fashion with her usual whimsi cality is making this the greatest rib bon season in years. The wide, fancy ribbons, hardest to obtain, are, of course, in greatest demand, and the Astrieh Store, Fourth and Market streets, is prepared with a good sup ply of the new ribbons, still offered at popular prices, though these low prices can not be assured for any length of time. The Queen of Smart Boots "The Queen of Smart Boots" might well be the name of a royal purple model offered by the Walk-Over Boot Shop, 226 Market street, for, not con tent with its lovely coloring to give it : distinctive style, this clever boot is buttoned straight down the side, add ing the touch of novelty to beauty of color and excellence of line. It Is suitable for dress or street, wear, made with French heel, and it would be particularly smart with the new shades of gray for Spring. It is a boot of unsurpassed elegance for the j woman who wants ultra-style and I perfeet qOjtlity. PERSONAL AND SOCIAL NEWS CHARITY BRIDGE IS THIS EVENING ■ Please Lend Your Assistance to the Youngsters of New Nursery Home The card and dance party for the benefit of the Nursery Home at. Chest nut Street Auditorium this evening will begin at 9 o'clock and those who desire to occupy tables will be there at that time, although there will be j plenty of tables for those who come later. The dancing; will begin at the same hour. Cards will continue until 11.30 and dancing until 1 o'clock. Those who do not care to occupy the U JV, e J n eit,ler way, cards or dancing, will have plenty of accommodations in jthe numerous chairs placed in the j hall. Sara Lemer's orchestra is go ing to play the dance music, the best to be had. and that is an incentive to those who "trip the light fantastic." The list of patronesses includes Mrs. J. Kervey Patton, Mrs. Morris E. Jacob son, Mrs. Francis Jordan Hall, Mrs. Spencer C. Gilbert. Mrs. Henderson Gilbert, Mrs. H. B. Montgomery, Mrs. J. E. Dickinson, Mrs. Philip T. Mere dith, Mrs. George Kunkel. Miss Min j ster, Mrs. Elsie V. Middleton, Miss Caroline Pearson, Miss Alary Pearson, Mrs. Ilarvey F. Smith, Mrs. James D. Hawkins. Mrs. Uomer Harris. Mrs. Frederick H. Marsh. Mrs. Charles F. Etter, Miss Cora Lee Snyder, Mrs. Arch. B. Millar, Mrs. Thomas Earle, Mrs. Clarence B. Miller, Mrs. Samuel B. Rainbo, Mrs. W. It. Houser, Mrs. Charles Forney. Mrs. Louis F. Haehn len, Mrs. Edwin F. Doehne, Mrs. Rob ert H. Irons, Miss Alice Nelson, Miss Aline 17. Wert, Miss Mary Cameron, -Mrs. Meade D. Deiweiler. Mrs. Ed ward Sponsler. Mrs. J. H. Boher, Mrs. John B. McAlister. Mrs. David Kauf man, Mrs. G. M. Whitney, Mrs. An drew Patterson. Mrs. John W. Relly, Mrs. John McCullough, Mrs. E. F. Dunlop, Mrs. James Thompson. Mrs. C. A. Buchanan. Mrs. R. M. P. Davis. Mrs. H. J. . Corbin. Mrs. Benjamin Strouse. Mrs. Charles Reinoehl, Mrs. John Olmsted, Mrs. B. F. Africa, Miss Carrie Reinoehl. Mrs. Charles Froe lich, Mrs. P. G. Diener. Mrs. Augustus Wildman, Mrs. Samuel Gardner, Mrs. John L. L. Kulm, Mrs. Samuel F. Dunkle, Mrs. George E. Etter, Mrs. Arthur H. Bailey, Mrs. Henry W. | Gough, Mrs. W. Frank Witman, Mrs. Richardson. Mrs. C. P. Turner. Mrs. John Fox Weiss, Mrs. M. E. Stroup, Mrs. Martindale E. Ward, Mrs. Ed ward E. Beidleman, Mrs. Mercer B. Tate. Mrs. Charles E. Covert, Mrs. Charles S. Rebuck. Mrs. George Doug las Ramsey, Mrs. Frank Carney, Mrs. Joseph B. LeCompte, Mrs. Mabel Cronise Jones. Miss Mary Hanlen, Miss Fannie Eby, Mrs. James ST. Milhouse, Mrs. Howard Wickersham, Mrs. R. D. Pratt. Mrs. W. P. W. Pound. Mrs. A. j Carson Stamin. Mrs. A. E. Shirey, Dr. Ruth Decter, Mrs. Homer Black, Mrs. ; G. W. Ensign, Mrs. Edward N. Cooper, Mrs. G. ,S. Yickery, Mrs. Anna Bacon, Mrs. C. A. Burtnett. Mrs. G. IT. Reiff, Mrs. H. T. Cumbler. Mrs A. F. Nelson, j Mrs. George Reinoehl, Airs. Paul Fur man and Mrs. William Donaldson. TAKE SOUTHERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burger of Olean, N. Y„ who spent last evening with Mr. and Mrs. John F. Whlttaker of 1701 North Second street, left this morning for an extended trip to Flor ida, and the Southern States. OU)-TI.MI: QUILTING PARTY OF .MISSIONARY SOCIETY I A few members of tho Missionary (Band of the Holy Communion Luth icran Church, Seventeenth and State streets, held a quilting party yester day afternoon, at. the home of Mrs. J Henry Hassler, North street near Fif j teenth. In attendance were: Mrs. William | Baiichman, Mrs. F. E. Wood, Mrs. S. E. Peifer, Mrs. Philip Clauser, Mrs. I Harvey l.oser. Mrs. Noel, Airs. W. O. 'Moyer, Miss Sarah Moyer, Airs. Allen l.andis and Mrs. Henry Hassler. Miss Ruth Craighead Elected to P. S. C. Society Miss Ruth Craighead, daughter of Air. and Airs. Charles C. Craighead, 204 Harris street, and a junior at Swarthmore college, has just been elected to the Pi Sigma Chi society, an honor greatly desired by the stu dents as the requirements are for "character, scholarship and loyalty to Swarthmore." Aliss Hilda Long of Ridley Park, who has a number of friendsheresince her visits to Miss Helen Wilson of | 932 North Second street, has also been ' elected to the Pi Sigma Chi. LEAVE FOR FLORIDA Airs. John SpofTord Spicer and small ; son Henry of 276 Peffer street, start ed yesterday for Florida to visit her parents. Air. and Airs. Huber. formerly of Alechanicshurg. at their home in St. Petersburg. They will remain away until Spring. STOP DANDRUFF! HAIR GETS THICK, WAVV, BEAUTIFUL I 1 j Girls! Draw a cloth through your hair and double its beauty. Spend 25 cents! Dandruff van ishes and hair stops coming out. i To be possessed of a head of heavy, beautiful hair; soft; lustrous, fluffy, . wavy and free from dandruff Is merely a matter of using a little Danderlue. It is easy and inexpensive to have nice, soft hair and lots of it. Just get ■ a 25-cent bottle of Knowlton's Dan ; derine now—all drug stores 'recom i mend It—apply a little as directed and : within ten minutes there will be an ■ appearance of abundance, freshness, llufflness and an incomparable gloss ' and lustre, and try as you will you ■ cannot find a trace of dandruff or fall ing hair; but your real surprise will 1 be after about two weeks' use, when you will see new hair—fine and downy i at first —yes—but really new hair — sprouting out all over your scalp— . Danderlne is, we believe, the only sure hair grower, destroyer of dandruff and i cure for itchy scalp and it never fails . to stop falling hair at once. If you want to prove how pretty and i soft your hair really is, moisten a i j cloth with a little Danderlue and care >! fully draw it through your hair— ' | taking one small strand at. a time, i 1 Your hair will he soft, glossy and ! | beautiful in Just a few moments—a I i delightful surprise awaits everyone 1 who tries this. MANY HARRISBURGERS GOVERNOR BRUMBA \ / AIRS. MARTIN GROVE BRUAIBAUGH The bright sunshine with its forecast of Springtime brought a large number of loyal Harrisburgers, both men and women, to the Executive Mansion this afternoon to welcome the bride of Governor Brumbaugh to the city where she will make her home for three years. The Mansion in its new furnishings was most attractive, and flowers in pink, azaleas and roses predominating decorated the drawing- room. Receiving with Airs. Brumbaugh, who wore a charming afternoon gown of green gros de Lon dres silk with garnitures of .silver was Mrs. Cyrus E. Woods, wife o£ the Secretary of the Commonwealth who is living here. Mrs. Woods wore orchid colored taffetas with chiffon and lace. Pink and white Spring flow ers prevailed in the tea room, where Airs. William Henderson and Airs. John E. Fox presided, assisted by some of the younger ladies of the city. Airs. Henderson was attired in a blue lace afternoon costume with blue tulle hat. and Mrs. Fox wore black velvet with satin and tulle and a tulle hat to harmonize. 18TH BIRTHDAY OFMISSGARMAN Party of Young Folks Merrily ji Surprise Lucknow Girl Last Evening ■ •' JBk . /Jtßk H MISS ELIZABETH GARMAN Some of the young friends of Miss j Elizabeth Garman gathered at her j home at Lucknow last evening to sur- ] prise her on her eighteenth birthday.' Music, games and cards were enjoyed , with prizes awarded to the Misses! Catherine Erter and Catherine Hetssel, j Richard Durham and Cauley Stine. A buffet supper was served to the | Misses Gertrude Culhane, Marie Beihl, Catherin Hetzel, Agnes Culhane, Alice Brackbill, Eleanor Wuechsiki, \ Margaret' Jacobs and Elizabeth Gar-j nvin; Messrs. Cam by Stine, Richard i Durham, John Brame, Jaines Craw ford, Harry Cohen, Joseph Young and ] John Ream; Catherine Erter, Mrs. Mary. Garman and family. Miss Claire Hibsman has returned to her home in Philadelphia after having visited friends In this city for a few weeks. Miss Norma Barker, of Evergreen Street, has returned from a visit among friends in New York. '■ Miss Helen May who had been vis iting friends in Harrisburg has re turned to her home in Shamokin. City Clerk Charles A. Miller, who had been confined to his home during j the last few days because of Illness !' has returned to his desk in the court house. Miss Augusta Grover has gone home ' to Princeton after visiting Miss Kath- I erlne Etter, of Pine street. , Miss Elva Crist, of Columbia, Is ) spending a few days with Mrs. Charles Nelson Fry at the Commercial apart- 1 ments. Dr. Charles B. Eager, principal of I the Technical High School, visited!' Central High yesterday. The Rev. Dr. Torkington, of Wells- 1 1 burgh. Pa., a former missionary to Africa, spent some time with the Rev i Dr. James Fry Bullitt, of Beiievue i during his stay in Harrisburg. Mrs. Marie Wesbroom-Dager of i Philadelphia, accompanist in the' Sie- c fert recital, which was held in Chest- i nut street auditorium Friday evening March 3, has returned to her home in Philadelphia after a week-end visit i as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George i W. Deiker, of 1304 State street. Charles D. Slucker spent to-day in i Sunbury on a business trip. Other Personals Pa£c 0. j MUSICAL PROGRAM BY CHURCH CHOIR Choice Number Will Be Sung Under Direction of E. A. Hcfflefinger A program of music will be pre- i sented thl sevening by the chair of' Christ Lutheran Church in the new ! Sunday school building. The follow- j ing numbers will be enjoyed: Piano solo, selected, Mrs. H. K. j Goodman; soprano solo, "The Pub-j lican," Mrs. A. R. Todd; instrumental j quartet, Lloyd Dunkle, violin; C. L. Scott, flute; Edgar M. Peters, cornet, I and Oscar Steager, violincello; bass! solo, "O Worship the Lord," S. S. | Fackler; offering for new pipe organ fund; Millard's Mass in G, choir, as-! sisted by instrumental quartet, solo! parts taken by Mrs. Wertz, Mrs. East- ! right. Miss Bretz. Miss Wilson, Miss 1 Harpel, Miss Koliison, George Eber- i 3ole, C. J. Witman, Wilson Ebersole, Mr. Wallower, Mrs. Crist, Air. Boyer and Mr. Lyme; selection on organ I chimes, A. L. Huber; vocal luet, "How | Sweet the Name." Mrs. J. F. Krohn | and Mrs. J. E. Whisler: male chorus, "Wake, O World, from Slumber." The | chorus comprises the following: So- ! pranos, Mrs. Earl F. East right, Mrs. M. M. Wertz, Miss K. Gertrude Heffel flnger, Miss IClla Fenical, Miss Ruth 1 M. Heffeltinger, Mrs. A. Raymond J Todd, Miss Eliza Bretz, Miss Margaret Wilson and Sirs. J. F. Krohn; altos, j Miss Alice Rollson. Mrs. J. E. Wilis- S ler. Miss Ida 'A. Long, Miss Esther M. ! Harpel and Miss Mary McKee; tenors,! George L. Kbersole. Wilson S. Eber- ! sole, W. W. Witman. R. C. Wallower and R. L. Fohl; bassos, F. E. Crist, | S. S. Fackler, Warren Lyme, Harry | A. Bo.ver and F. ,T. Wallis. E. A. 1 leffelfinger is the director oft the choir and Miss Irma Bird the pianist. W. C. T. U. will Entertain Teachers of the City The department of "Scientific Tem- ! perance Instruction" of the Harris burg W. C. T. U. lias invited all teach ers of the district, west of the Penn sylvania railroad to attend an •enter tainment Tuesday afternoon. March 14, from 4:30 to C o'clock In the social rooms of the Harris Street Evangelical Church. An informal program will include j music, a lecture by Professor L. B. Nye, of Steelton, on "Alcohol in Rela tion to Eugenics and the Schools" and refreshments served during a social hour. All teachers in this district are cordially Invited to he present. n. . 1 Hair Often Ruined By Washing With Soap I Soap should be used very carefully,! if you want to keep your hair looking ] its best. Most soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much alkali. I This dries the scalp, makes the hair brittle, and ruins it. The befct thing 'for steady use ls|, just ordinary niulsitied cocoanut oil (which is pure and greaseless), and is better than the most expensive soap j or anything else you can use. One or two teaspoonfuls will cleanse the hair and scalp thoroughly. Sim- ' ply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. it makes an abundance of! rich, creamy lather, which rinses out' easily, removing every particle of dust, | dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. The hair dries quickly and evenly,, and it) leaves the scalp soft, and the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, flufTy and easy to manage. You can get mulsifled cocoanut oil at any pharmacy, it's very cheap, and a few ounces will supply every mem ber of the family for months. —Ad- i vertisement. [TOADIES' BAZAARj DON'T FORGET I A lOQ 4.1 C. DONT FORGET THE NUMBER IV'ILO. 4111 01. THE NUMBER "We Adrtrtix the Truth—The Troth Advertises Ui" * Unusual Values in New Waists Silk prices, like many others, are on the rise. And later on this is likely to cause an upward tendency in prices of silk waists. Anticipating such a condition, we bought heavily last week, and offer to-morrow some extraordinary values, which the woman of keen fore sight will be quick to buy. Pussy willow and crepe de chine silk waists, in flesh, white and maize, plain and embroidered, usually shown at QC $2.98; our price, choice «51eO*J Taffeta silk, crepe de chine, Georgette crepe and all lace d»0 QC waists, usually shown at $3.98; our price, choice «PA.O*J Big CORSET WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Broken sizes in front and back $10.98 All Wool ll't <lO I STThSM*.™vStS serge Dresses... .W. 70 $1 to $1.50 values, 4!«- „Vw"!«r'„o'SS tn td Trainee UU/. black, navy and green, worth up to values.... to .U0.98; special Wednesday. $5.00 values .... $1 .40 . laßt '. $4.98 GIVES TURKEY DINNER Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Sample Enter tained a number of l'riends at their home, 2038 Swatara street, to a de lightful turkey dinner in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Sample. The house was decorated in jon quils, tulips axid pussy willows. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Van Austin, of New York City; Alderman and Mrs. John IT. Shaner, of Harrisburg, and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Sample. Miss Dorothy Beach has returned to Elkins Park, Pa., after a pleasant stay with Miss Myrvinne Leason at Front and Chestnut strcet.s Take Iron, Says Doctor, if You Want Plenty of "Stay There 9 * Strength Like an Athlete! Orillnll ry \u\Hteil Iron Will Make I >«-11— catc, \'crv«u* ItuiMiotvn People •00 I"cr Cent. Stronger In Two Weekn' Time, In Jinny Case* • NEW YORK, N. Y. Most people foolishly seem to think they are going to get renewed health and strength from some stimulating- medicine, secret nostrum or narcotic drug, said Dr. Sauer, a specialist of this city, when, as a matter of fact, real and true strength can only come from the food you eat. But people often fail to get "the strength out of their food because they haven't enough iron In their blood to enable it to change food into living matter. From their weakened, nervous j condition they know something is wrong, but thej' can't tell what, so thev generally commence doctoring for atomach, liver or kidney trouble or symptoms of some other ailment caused by tne lack of iron in the blood. This thing may go on for years, while the patient suffers untold agony. If you are not strong or well you owe it to your self to make the following test. See how long you can work or how far you can walk without becoming tired. Next take two five grain tablets of or dinarv nuxated iron three times per dav after meals for two weeks. Then test your strength again and see for yourself how much you have gained. J have seen dozens of nervous, run down people who were ailing all the while, double and even triple their strength and endurance and en tirely get rid of all symptoms of dyspepsia, liver and other troubles in from ten to fourteen -days' COULDN'T FOOL HIM TWICE Experience Proved That There Was Nothing "Just As Good" as Father John's Medicine for CoSds and Throat Troubles and As a Body Builder The victim of an unscrupulous Jill I I IL - I druggist in a Pennsylvania town B ifealj Ifc 'TmiTTT' I says that when he asked for I IlljoSste Father John's Medicine the I FiMrly' dfco. ' druggist persuaded him to take I U~ If -'t' * something else which was "just 7 us good," according to the clerk. /, k "I might just as well have ) 1 i taken so much water," this | 'I & 1 writer continues. "I afterward J. v 7 /wlfr /hi'lLi I 1 ntfil 1 111 \ | went back and got Father John's jf *?*-'- i..%M ' * ' !A! I i Medicine and in a short time I jy Mp. J-/W i, < Ltt \ J felt the good effects. It increased —'tw JmL'M C*£ / Imy weight, gave me strength *§ NT\ and helped my bronchial trou- }1 In some localities this practice W'-'fßp 11lw 1 A gIPQ of substitution by druggists is an '' //>' II Kg I !|B : v I" /f n | ! evil practice of vast proportions. * > /ES^rffiif IV\ \ If f J 'i'lie unscrupulous druggist who II 1H i * cLXy forces upon you a different IIJ y m,, preparation when you call for Father John's j'/'r IIM. \\ Yvtff Medicine Is doing you an injury. I ||Bv\ \\| i Remember that Father John's Medicine is a. J jWV 4 U doctor's prescription, pure and wholesome, free bmK&l ■■ from opium, morphine, chloroform or any other JnM dangerous drugs or alcohol and with a history of more than 50 years' success In the treat ment of colds, throat troubles and as a tonic and body builder. Begin taking it to-day; it will make you strong. Becker Bros. j* Bear tliis name .I*ll mind when considering the purchase of a piano. It would be to your interest. The house of high quality, low prices and fair treatment. * C. .AV lar, Inc. Pianos Victrolas s/6te» rtr\ Tvr o_j ni **/>*/sboag Mo/it/**. kjkj EH • 6nd.oU wa/v4, ■ ' " ' " ' ' - 1 ' Mrs. Wm. Jessop Is Guest of Mrs. Albert Chesley | Mrs. William Jessop who lectures (this evening in the Pine Street Pres jbyterian Church on Y. W. C. A. work in Egypt will be the guest of Mrs. Ai j bert Chesley, tne Reynard apartments | for several days. Mrs. Jessop as a young girl, Miss Louisa Ahl, of New ville, frequently visited her aunt, Mrs. A. J. I-lerr, in this city, where she I still has a host of friends. Her hus ! band has seen Y. M. C. A. service in j India and Egypt and while with him | ill Egypt Mrs. Jessop worked in the (hospitals for the wounded soldiers. 1 time simply bv taking iron In the proper form. And this after they had in some cases been doctoring fur months without obtaining any benefit. But don't take the old forms of reduced iron, iron acetate or tincture of iron simply to save a few cents. You must . take iron in a form that can be easily absorbed and assimilated like nuxated iron if you want it to do you any good, ' otherwise it may prove worse than useless. Many an athlete or prize fighter has won the day simply because he knew the secret of great strengtlM and endurance and Ailed his blood with iron before he went Into t'le affray, while many another has gone down to inglorious defeat simply for the lack o£ iron. NOTE—Nuxated Iron recommended above by Dr. Sauer, is one of the newer organic iron compounds. Unlike the older inorganic iron products, it is easily assimilated, does not injure the teeth, make them black, nor upset the stomach; on the contrary, it Is a most , potent remedy, In nearly all forms ol indigestion, as well as for nervous, run-down conditions. The Manufac turers have such great confidence Ir Nuxated Iron that they offer to forfeit SIOO.OO to any charitable institution it they cannot take any man or woman I under 60 who lacks Iron and increase tjjelr strength 200 per cent, or over In four weeks' time provided they have no serious organic trouble. They also of fer to refund your money if it does not at least double your strength and en durance in ten days' time. It Is dis pensed In this city by Croll Keller, G. A. Gorgas, and all other druggists. —Advertisement.