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ALL THE NEWS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA TOWNS MANHEIM PLANT BEING ENLARGED Hershey Foundry and Machine Company Building Big Addi tion to Works ERECTING NEW GARAGE Sixty-eight Members of Odd Fellows* Ixjdge Attend Church Services Py Specin! Cerrtspeudnct Jllwtm. Pa., May 6. The Her shey Machine and Foundry Company, one of the substantial Industries. Is er«elin* a brick addition to their al ready large plant. It trill be 15S by RS feet, with an office building 24 by 34 feet. Klsm Zimmerman is erect ing a garagv i!S by 51 feet. It will! be of tile. ■William H. Bertot is' Mwtinj a business building In Market I Square. 41 by 70 feet in dimension.— J Selsh Lodge of Odd Fallows attended j worship in St. Paul's Reformed church on Sunday evening. Sixty-eight mem- i hers were present. Mr. and Mrs. C.. r>. Kleiil spent Sunday with Mr. ami, Mrs. John Burkholder at Lancaster, j Mrs. Hiram Strickler of Mt. Joy spent Sundey with her sister. Mrs. H. j C. Miller. Mx. and Mrs. J. B. Myers j and daughter. Miss Mary, spent Sun day with Lancaster and Rhorerstown j relatives. Joseph Gemmill and Elisabeth Freeland. of Columbia, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W.: Aides. Miss Sue Eby is visiting K lira beth town relatives. Miss Mary, Cuter spent Sunday with Columbia frierds. Robert Buchter and Miss Bertha May. of Frlckerville. spent Sunday in the Michael Spangler home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murr of Ephrata ftvjr.t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam K- Gantz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry: Ksheuhach of Eliznbethtown. spent Ssturday at the home of Amos Rambler and Sunday at the home of, r'ani el Frey. *>T Ofcio. CltT of T.ncus Owraty. *•. F-rint J. ObMirv mrkn ilwt 'i, senior •i rt it* of tt>« tra 9' P. J- ("Jiwwj- & C<x, de l!>K hoslnesn tq tk* '.Sty of Tlilwin. Cocntx mod Pt«t» rforo«uA. *i»J th« smli Arm wt!l p«T the sum of O!tb nt-xpßrn nouji;? for oioJi rad ov»ry <***» vt O-aUre-h ttint rnnnot b« «-tir»J hy tli* Bsc ft* Hull"* Onrstrh Curfc FUA.VK J. CHCXBT. Sirorft to Vwro tnc not! Riibcrrtbet la mT pro»«T»:)ft, tute <Uj *>t Decmtwr. A. IX, iS>fi. SMA. A. W, CUE A SON. Xoiacy Publlft. RalT* Catarrh Core 1« tjiVf-n tnt«rnall7 sjrf • or* 4lr#rr!.r ut'.-vr :t>« blnod and tnwooti* wur fnoct of Ur» vsrum. Sei-4 for torn tw ml a K few. T 3 CHENEY A CO.. Toiwlft. O. SoW Jiy >ll rti UKylsOK 75c. T«*» Bkll'a r««mr FTQs fnr r-an«Oj*tV». EDI'CATIOSAL School of Commerce Yiawp MMhgc 15 Sa. Market , Day and Night School 224 Year rnaai ■ i lnl nd Strnoin«pl>lc Ceaxaea Bell Pkoae lUM^I Harrisburg Business College Day and Night §!■■! in ■ pi ■ | Skorfhnml, CHil Serrlee Tlilrlieth Tear £39 Market St Ffarrlabaix* Pa. OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL Kaatmaa Rldg. 4 S. Market Sa Training That Secures Salary Increasing Positions In the Office Call or aend to-day for Interesting tooklet. The Art of Gealnx Aloaj; In the Tiarli." Bell phone G94-R. Try Telegraph Want Ads ' Never Mind Strong Y«u Are — What d'ye Know? That's the point—"What d'ye KNOW?" To-day it's a battle of wits—and brains win Muscle and brawn don't count so much as they used to. In the fight for good jobs and big salaries it's brains —not brawn—that win "What d'ye KNOW?" is the one great question that draws the line between defeat and victory between "wages" and "salary" between yon and the Boss. What do YOU know? Are YOU so expert In some line of work that yon can "make good" as a foreman, superintendent, or manager? If not, why don't you mark and mail the attached coupon and permit the Interna tional Correspondence Schools to show you how yea CAN "make good" on a big job? For 28 rears the X. C. 8. have been showing men how to do better work and earn bigger salaries. Every month over 40# students write of promotions or salary increases through I. C. B. training. What the L CB. are doing for these men they can do for YOU. No matter where you Ill's, how old you are. what hours you work, or how limited your education—lf you can read and write and are ambitious to learn the L C. 8. can train you In I your own during your spare time, for a more Important and better-paying position. Mark and mall the attached coupon—It won't obligate you in the least—and the I. C. 8. will show you how you can H acquire this aalarr-ralslng ablUty by their simple and easy m method a gj It will cost you nothing to Investigate —lt may cost a Ufe tlme of remorse If you 4on't Mark and Mall the Coudod NOW. 1 i INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS [ Box 1311. Scnanton, Pa. Please explain wlthovt an» obligation to me how I «•»- quaW ' Ify for the position before which I mark X. ' ? Elect rlenl Engineer Mechanical Draft* Shovr Card Wrltlac '' Elec. Lighting Sapt. Refrigeration Engineer Advertising t Electric Wlreman Civil Engineer fialeamanahla •' Tel. ft Tel. Engineer Surveyor Teacher • Architect Loco. Fireman A Eng. Engllah Branches ■' Architectural Draftsman tlrll Service Agriculture i Structural Engineer Railway Mall Clerk Poultry Farming ? Building Contractor Bookkeeping Pluinh. & Steam Pti •' Conoret»Xon«tructlon St mo. A Typewriting Chen-latry c' J Mechanical Engineer Window Trimming Automobile Running J Name J / Gt. and No. «j < city . State j! 5 Present Oeeupatlen _ J SATURDAY/ EVENING. FIVE GENERATIONS IN MECHANICSBURG FAMILY ■sfrw? 4 " **^r~ —• of£"C m* ss& '"*" /»>« j* ,■ ""' .5, ■..*>■•*■ ...-..■• , y .....'.— » ~ nii.inji min Mechank-sburg, Pa., May (!.—Th e above picture, which Photographer E. E. Strong took for the Telegraph, Is the exceptional one of live gen ora tions and was taken at "Grandmother Cocklin's" homo in West Factory street. Reading from left to right in the upper row are: Mrs. Martha Perry, of Wilmington, Del., 21 years of ag'e and her mother, Mrs. Harry Funk, of Harrisburg, 4 8 years of age. Lower row. sitting, Mrs. Ann CockUn, 92 years old; her daughter, Mrs. J. C. Rupert, of Mnchanicsburg, fi6 years old. with her little grandson. Robert Perry, 19 months old. Mrs. Cocklln is In good health and active for her years and always has a warm welcome for her many friends. Lykens Minister Moderator Baptist Central Association By Special Correspondent* Lykens, Pa., Hay 6. Mrs. John! Hnidenwag spent some time with her; parents at Schuylkill Hsven. Harry j R. Bltterman spent several days at I/ewlsburg. W. H. Cooper waa a visitor at Harrisburg recently.—(Cyrils Parfet spent several days at the home ! of his brother-in-law, John F. Low at Hershey. The Rev. A. H. Soulllard of the Transfiguration Baptist church of J.ykens. was elected moderator of the -Baptist Central Association at Harrisburg this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Daniels, Mrs. Samuel Spangler, and Mrs. David Somberger were the delegates representing the I.,ykens church. George Klinger and sister Fpent some time at Sunbury.—Joseph HoMch and John Viotasek went to Cleveland, Ohio, where they have se cured employment. The Rev. A. H KwniHard waa i-nlled to Uliannni 1 o attend the ftlneral of his brother this week. The fourth issuo of the Gleaner. I.vkens' High School paper was published this week. Selinsgrove Council Will Aid in Sewering Town By Special Correspondence Sclinscrovp, Fa., May «. At a re cant meeting of borough council, it | was decided to help along the sewer- j lng of the main streets of the town by assisting in paving the cost. Ei- Judtre McClure of Tvewlsbury, who controls the Selinsgrove "Water Com- j pany, will finance the sewer proposl- [ tlon. but thinks the town should help' a little, and proposed the borough ! stand the cost of maintaining a State. Highway Inspector here, while Mar- ' ket street is being ditched in order, to lay the pipe. The borough council ! did not hesitate to appropriate a sunt sufficient to cover the above expense j and It Is understood that work on the I new sewer will be started at once. | Miss Sue Tool, who taught the prl- I mary school at Mlddleburg. for the 1 past four years, has been elected to [ one of the grade positions here. —j T.loyd Swincford has cone to Mount Union where he hns secured employ-' ment. l.oster Witmer of Milton, spent the week-end with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Amnion Wag enseller of Middlebtirg. attended the play given by the High School here i this week. John Klopp Is ill at his home hero on Market street. Methodist Choir Practices at S. B. Trostle Home By Special Correspondence New Germantown, Pa.. May 6. Miss Kenyon, of Philadelphia, is the guest of Miss Dessie Shearer. Cap tain Gard C. Palm, of Blxler, did some surveying for Miss Luella S. Mc- Laughlin. Miss Katie Doyle and brother, Tom, of Burris Valley, Frank lin county, visited their sister, Miss Phoebe Doyle, who keeps house for Henry Eby. Brlnton Hpckenberry, of Horse Valley, Franklin county, was on this sido of the mountain on Wednesday. Mrs. Edward Barn hart was the guest- of her daughter, Mrs. M. D. Garber of Blaln. W. R. Mumper has moved to Newport, caus iing a vacancy in the schoolboard, of which he was secretary. Dewey Swartz who had been employed In Harrisburg, ha* returned home and is now attending school at Blain. Mrs. Arthur Gray, of Jackson town ship, Mrs. IJ. i\ Stokes of Hi,v.i-.. and- Mrs. 1. 1,. Smith and daughter. Evelyn, of llarrisburg, were guests of M. 11. Shearer's family. Mrs. John S. Briner and son, Donald, of New Bloomtield, visited the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Troslle. Miss Mabel Westover, of Clearfield county. Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. College. - - The members of the choir at the M. E. church at Fairview met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Trostle for practice on Friday eve ning. Fund of $2,000 to Keep Cemetery in Condition By Special Correspondence Monnt Joy, Pa., May 6.—A fund of *3.000 is being raised for the benefit of the Milton Grove Cemetery, the in terest of which Is to be used to per petually keep the cemetery In proper condition. Henry Flory. one of the directors, heads the subscription with SSOO. —Dr. George Bickley Burns, dis trict superintendent, will hold quar terly conference in the Methodist Church on Wednesday evening.—Dr. William Workman, of Paradise, will locate in Mount Joy to practice medi cine. He is a son of the Rev. D. R. Workman, a Presbyterian minister of Paradise. —On account of the death of the wife of Councilman Benjamin J. Dellinger, borough council did not meet last Monday evening but will meet next Monday evening.—James G. McSparren, Jr.. of Chestnut Tyevel, will bo the Memorial Day orator at Mount Joy on Tuesday, May 30.—Miss Eliz abeth Missemer, of Sporting Hill, was the guest of her brother, J. R. Misse mer, on Tuesday.-—Samuel S. Kraybill was on Monday elected a trustee of the Mennonite Children's Home at Mil lorsville.—Mrs. John Shearer, who had a paralytic stroke, is gradually im proving and is now able to walk.—-The Reformed Mennonite denomination will have preaching services here to morrow morning. 816 EATERS GET KIDNEY TROUBLE SMS AUTHORITY Take a tablespoonful of Salts to flush Kidneys if Back hurts. Omit all meat from diet if you feel Rheumatic or Bladder bothers. The American men and women must guard constantly against kidney trouble, because we eat too much and all our food Is rich. Our blood is filled with uric acid which the kidneys strive to Alter out, they weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the elim inatlve tissues clog and the result is kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in health. When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine la cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night; if you suffer with siclc headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you have rheu matism when the weather is bad, get from your phurmaclst about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a'tablespoon ful In a glass of water before break fast for a few days and your kidneys will then act tine. 'This famous salts is made from lh<» acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neu tralize the acids In the urine so it no longer IH a Rourcc of irritation, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad Halts Is inexpensive; cannot in jure, makes a delightful effervescent lithla-water beverage, and belongs In every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kldnev flushing any time. —Advertisement. KARRISBURG TELEGRAPH RECEPTION FOR BRIDE AND GROOM Young Couple Cordially Re ceived at Waynesboro Home of Bridegroom's Parents By Special Correspondence Waynesboro, Pa., May 8. Mr. and Mrs. Kaber W. Heefner, who were married in Nicholasville, Kentucky, the home of the bride, who was Miss Mary Ruth Lyne, arrived In Waynes boro on Monday and were given a dinner and reception at the home of the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. lleefner. Dr. Mark L. Heefner, brother of the groom, met the wed ding party at Washington. D. C.. and brought them to Waynesboro, where they will live. Announcements have been received here of the marriage of Dr. Edgar Dorman Thompson, for several years treasurer of the Pen- Mar Odd Fellows' reunion, and Miss Bertha Norton, daughter of Mrs. Sarah E. Norton, of Pawling, N. Y.- Anges G. Brown, of Lantz, Md., and ! Miss Estella Ruth Kipe of Waynes boro, were married at Hagerstown by I the Rev. A. B. Barrihart. Miss | Esther Bridentliall is here from Har- j risburg to spend two weeks. Miss Lelia McFerren. of Waycross,GGat;. t ; who spent the past month with her aunt, Mrs. Jennie Shank here, left on Tuesday for Richmond, Va., where she will spend a few weeks before re turning to her home. Mrs. Her man Creuger and daughter. Miss Gladys Creuger, returned to their j home in Roanoke, Va., this week after spending six weeks with the former's parents. Col. and Mrs. 1 Charles B. Clayton. Mrs. Gert-j rude Huyelt, has returned from a three months' stay in Rockford, 111., j most of the time being spent with her daughter, Mrs. C£cll Sanders. — ! Luther Whitmore. of Philadelphia, spent the week with relatives here. Matamoras Shirt Factory Running on Full Time By Special Correspondence Halifax, Pa., May 6.—Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sponsler. of Luck now, spent | Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lebo. Edward Miller spent! several days al Mlddletown. Otto Zehentmayer, of Shamokin, spent Sun day at his farm near town. Mrs. Daniel E.vster and son Harold spent ] Sunday at Llnglestown.—Mrs. Susan Lebo, who spent the winter at Harris burg, lias returned home.—The Mata moras shirt factory started work Tuee y morning.—mio nm< *iq W Fernando Loudermilch, of Halifax, 1o Inkn charge of the plant. He is as sisted by Miss Myrtle Noblit, of Fislier i ville.—Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Ryan and child and Mrs. Mollis Zimmerman, of liarrisburg, and N. J. Ryan, of Shire manstown, spent Sunday at the home iof I. G. Ryan.—L<?wts Wagner was I called to Liverpool, Perry county, on j Tuesday on account of the serious ill - j ness of his sister, Mrs. Harrison Shuler. —W\ C. Heisler represented Camp No. j R646, M. W. of A., at a meeting held | at Harrisburg Tuesday evening for the purpose of making arrangements to hold a big Woodmen's picnic some I time this summer.—Miss Ella Rutter and .Tarnes Anderson, of Harrisburg. and William A. Rulter. of Millersburg, spent Sunday at, the home of Mrs. Hannah Rutter. Mrs. A. Forten baugh, of Harrisburg. and Mrs. S. F. Prowell, of New Cumberland, were in town on Monday.—Elmer E. Daugh j erty attended the funeral of Miss Mary ; Zimmerman at Inglenook on Friday, i She was buried at Long's Cemetery, j near Matamoras. Dr. Smith on Wednesday received word that his l father, G. M. Smith, had fallen down a (light of stairs at his home in Phila delphia and broken his right shoulder. ! —Dr. Ray Parker, formerly of this place, and Miss Helen Marion James were married on Wednesday at Norris- I town George Schroyer, Homer Dtinkle and Charles Reisch, of Pal -1 myra, and Lloyd Straw, of Hummels ! town, spent Sunday at their homes j here.—G. Merrill Grove spent several ; days the latter part of the week with the Rev. C. A. Funk and family at Philadelphia. "Father and Son" Banauet of Lewisberry Boy Scouts Bv Special Correspondence Lewisberry, Pa., May f>. Boy Scouts of America, Troop No. 1, ol' | Lewisberry, held its first annual | "Father and Son" banquet Saturday I evening in the town hall. The toast master was J. F. Sutton. The program was as follows: Recitation, "It Pays to Advertise," Robert Sutton; address, "What Is a Boy Stout?" the Rev. L. Elbert Wilson: some scout yells; violin solo, Mrs. 1,. E. Wilson; address, "What a Father Expects of His Son," the Rev. C. S. Messner; address, "What a Son Expects of His Father," j H. M. Sutton; recitation, "The Patter | of a Shingle," Paul Walker; address, "When Father Was a Boy," P. C. Bell; 'reading, "Is Peck's Bad Boy Dead?" James Spangler; recitation, "A Sep tember Gale," the Rev. L. E. Wilson. I — R. M. Spangler, teacher of the intermediate school rtt New Market, | has resigned on account of measles in the family. The remaining five weeks will be taught, by Miss Nolah Freysinger, of Siddonsburg. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Coover and sons. Vance. Glenn and Mark, of Lemoyne, I spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. | Chester Cassel and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cline. Miss Carrie Urich of Golds boro. spent the past week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Roy Miller. Mal colm and Helen Reiff of New Cum berland were recent guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Reiff. Miss Ada Croll of York, Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. C. Wise, The Ladles' Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal church will hold a festival in the town hall on Saturday evening, May IS. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Miller have gone to housekeeping In the Slroninger home near town. Mrs. I Clarence Beldel's father Is a guest at their home. Mrs. Bair and son, i Raymond Balr, of Newberrytown, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Fetrow on Wednesday. Dr. H. B. Hetrick of Rossvllle, was In town on Wednesday. DISTRICT S. S. CONVENTION By Special Correspondence Endera, Pa., May 6.—Milliard F. End «rs lias returned to his homo at Har risburg after spending several days at his former home.—Mrs. Walter Enders and children of Harrisburg. were visi tors here.—A district Sunday school convention will be held In the United : Brethren Church this evening. A (speaker from Philadelphia will address the meeting.—The Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Lyter, of Harrisburg, were guests of I Mr. and Mrs. John Lyter, on Monday.— j Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Mlnnlch. of Tower J City, called at the home of G. W. End ers recently.—William Shoop, aged 78 years, who died at the home of IIIH daughter, Mrs. W. H. Zimmerman, at Harrisburg, was burled In the Falrvlew I Cemetery on Monday. , 1 LANCASTER COUPLE CELEBRATE GOLDEN WEDDING •■■T >ti ■•-*■•' '■» ' : i ' ' ■ >V<I ' ?H- ' V * - MR. AND MRS. D. W. E. POISAL Marietta. Pa., May 6. Mr. and Mrs. 1). W. E. Poisal, of Lancaster, on Sunday celebrated their golden wedding anniversary and rrom Iwo to live o'clock in the afternoon had "an open house" for their friends. The couple were married in Maryland, and shortly afterwards removed to West Virginia, but for tne past thirty years have lived In Lancaster coun ty. Mr. Poisal is a traveling salesman for the Zook Leather Manufactur ing Company. Mrs. Poisal before her marriage was Miss Christine Muerle. Shining Star Class Is Entertained by Teacher By Special Correspondence Sliireiuanstown, Pa.. May 6.—Shin ing Star class of the United Brethren Sunday school, taught by Mrs. AV. Beistline met at the home of the Misses Rhoda and Jennie Kline in Railroad street and an interesting program was rendered. Organized Bible Class No. 4 of the Bethel Church of God met at the home of their teacher, Mrs. Frank E. Weber on Tuesday evening. - The Christian Endeavor Society of the United Brethren church held a business meeting in the lecture room Monnday evening. The conditions of Harry and Gilbert Starr who fell from a roof at Ihe Wertz farm on Tuesday are slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Rupp, son Raphael and Mrs. Elmira Eckels motored to Car lisle on Sunday where they were en tertained by the Misses Rupp and Mr. and Mrs. William Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Wood. Miss Virginia Wood, Lee Wood and Mrs. Charles Wertz have returned to their homes in liarrisburg after being guests of Mrs. Woods' parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Weigel. Miss Helen Arnold and Miss Evelyn Arnold have re turned to Churchtown after spending Sunday wi.tli their sister, Mrs. Percy Heisey. Miss Julla 11eftU'llnger,- Miss Olive Taylor and Miss Emma Bashore of Mechanicsburg, spent a day with the Misses Louise and Kate X'oell.—Mr. and Mrs. John S. Roth and daughter, Miss Katharine Roth, Miss Sara Rupp and Miss Elizabeth Rupp were entertained at luncheon on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bltner at Pleasant. Retreat Farm. Mrs. I. Alvln Wrightstone has return ed to her home here after spending' several weeks at Warwick. N. Y., ■ Where she visited her daughter, Mrs. W. P. Staller and her son William I Felter. Miss Sara Barlup has re- \ turned lo Penbrook, after visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Bar lup. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fortney, children Meda, Millard and Brenne man, Mrs. Frances Brennetnan, all of Siddonsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stretch of Mechanicsburg, were enter-| lained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Brennetnan recently. Miss Mary Smith of Ephrata, spent Sunday at the home of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Lantz. Prof. F. N. Stroup of Elmira, X. Y., visited friends here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllam Starr, of Harrisburg, and Mrs. George Dccknian. of Mechanicsburg, were called here by the serious accident of the former's brothers, Harry and Gil bert Starr. Seventeen New Members Join Dillsburg Lodge By Special Correspondence l>illsl>iii'K, Pa., May 6.—On Thurs day evening the Ladies' Aid Society of the Lutheran church held a social in the basement of the church at which a large number of members were present. Refreshments were served by the committee in charge. At a meeting of the school board on Tuesday evening the following teach ers were elected for the 1916-17 term: Principal, L. W. Bell: assistant prin cipal, Myrtle Mayberry; grammar, Marietta Menear: A Intermediate, Ethel Rearlck; B Intermediate, Hulda Bender; Primary. D. B. Raker. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. lieiges, of Harrisburg. spent several days at the home of Mrs. Leonard Heiges. Miss Esther Bentz was a Harrisburg visitor dur ing the week. Miss Carrie Bushey spent several days at the home of C. K. Bushey at Camden, N. J. Miss Naomi Bentz, of Harrisburg, was home over Sunday. Postmaster J. Roborl McClure and son, Wilnter, are spending several days at East Berlin. lrvln Grove of Harrisburg, Is spending several days here. Mrs. Clyde Spalir of Harrisburg is spend ing several days at the homes of Rob ert Spahr and John J. Ilamni. Mrs. Harry Myers of New Cumberland is spending several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Crowl. ! Mrs. Dorothy Diller and Miss Dora March are spending the week at the i home of S. Cross. The children of W. S. Lerew, Hoy, Harold and Alta i are spending the week with their ! uncle at Philadelphia. At a meet- I ing of South Mountain Dodge, No. 1200 on Wednesday-night seventeen new memliers were given the obliga tion and on May 17 they will be taken by automobiles to York, where they will receive the three degrees. MUSS AC.W.KY KNTKRTAIVS Wiconinco, Pa., May 6. Mrs. Charles Masterson, of Tower City, spent Sunday ,at tlie home of her | daughter, Mrs'. James Hettinger. i Miss Maude BordnerV.spent Sunday ; with Willlamstown friends. Miss | Dorothy Acale.v entertained several i friends on Saturday evening. After an evening of card playing and sing ing, luncheon was served to Hilda Buckley, Esther Botdorff, Louise Stevens, John Keen, Harvey Botdorff and Roy Acaley. Mrs. Homer Pon tius and son, Roy. of West Fairvlew, spent Sunday at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Buckley. Ira Keiter of the University of Penn sylvania returned to his studies after spending a vacation at the home of his parenls, Dr. and Mrs. I. A. Keiter. Joe and Robert Matter who i were burned by an explosion of gas about two weeks ago, are recovering rapidly. Walter Gordon of Wil llamstown spent Monday evening at the home of his parents here. —lsaac > Mossop spent Monday evening at Tower City. David Evans of Phila delphia Is spending some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Malick rind family of Dayton, spent Sunday i ;tt the home of Mr. and Mrs. John A Aralev. MAY 6, 1916. 1 -v.;-,--*: vU;... Hagerstown Sewing Club Entertained at Greencastle Greencastle, Pa., May 6. Work was begun this week on removing the old Kreps building in West Baltimore street, recently purchased by Samuel Hosteller. It will be replaced by a three-story building, the lower floors to be used lor mercantile purposes, and the second and third floors as apartments. The Pan Piper's Glee Club will give an entertainment for the benefit of the Mens Bible class of Marlon, Tuesday evening, May 9. The club realized $73 from the entertain ment given in Greencastle. The Greencastle Branch of the Landis Tool Company is again operating a 24-hour a day schedule, nnd employ ing 115 men. Squire Lemuel Snivel is able to be out after a month's ill ness with rheumatism. Misses Mary and Sidney Nill are at Wash ington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Steck have returned to Martinsburg, W. Va., after a visit with Mrs. Steck's parents. Mrs. C. H. Clippinger was the hostess of an enjoyable Bridge party Thursday evening in her apart ments in the Brendle building Miss Mary Watson Craig entertained the Out-door Club Saturday evening. Miss Millie Stutenroth, of Ship pensburg was a week-end visitor with Annie Koeler. Dr. John P. Stover is recovering from liTs recent illness. Miss Camilla Stahr of Reading is the guest of Miss Eliza beth Brendle. Mrs. Langdon Ker ne.v entertained a Sewing Club from Hagerstown of which she is a mem ber at her apartments in the Barn hart building. The guests ettme to Greencastle by trolley. Harry Mc- Gaughey a well known Greencastle resident, celebrated his 7Kth blrthdav Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Strine left this week for an extended visit with their daughter in Dallas Center, lowa. Mrs. Annie E. Grove has returned from a visit with her daughter in York, Pa. Mrs. J. Funk Martin has returned to Jack sonville. Fla., after a. brief visit with her father, T;. H. Fletcher. Post master H. E. Petrie fell from an im provised scaffolding at his new garage on Wednesday and was pain fully injured. Assessment Doubled For Mt. Union Brick Plants Ml. Vnion. Pa., May fi. Assess ment of (lie local brick plants, which formerly amounted to $185,000 has been raised by the County Commis sioners to $350,000, or more than double, and as a result the three com panies are carrying the matter into the courts. Frank Moore, for many years superintendent of the Silica Brick Works, has resigned owing to ill health. His place is being tilled by Mr. Peterson of Alexandria. —The Harbison-Walker Company of town are contemplating building a num ber of tennis courts for the benefit of its office force. The High school debating team added new honors to the school when it deefated Mifflin county and thus bringing to Mt. Union the championship of Juniata, Mifflin and Huntingdon counties. Mrs. George Thompson is suffering with typhoid fever. The new Municipal Building; was used Monday night by council for the first time. The build ing will bo formally dedicated in the near future. A son was born to Mr. anrl Mrs. Abe Diamond. Mary and Xeida Newhart of Bloomsburg, visited Mrs. Emory Long on Sunday. Mrs. Harvey Bennett was given a surprise party by her children. 1 8 For a Supper that Tempts the Appetite a out the flavor of tta plainest dishes \jt I The only original Worcestershire Sane* H I H Send postal for free kitchen hanger containing B j on new recipes I.EA & PERRINS, Hubert Street, New York City ■ wii»iii!ni»^ Sisters Read My Free Offer! ®j am ■ woman. I know a woman's trials. I know ber need of sympathy and help. 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The County Commissioners and the Coun ty Treasurer, who went out of office nt the first of January, have appealed the surcharge of S4OO made against them by the County Auditors as Ihe amount to be returned to the county of the SBOO fee allowed John D. Keith for legal services in connection with J the Straban township road money controversy against the State. They deemed the fee excessive and the ; question will now be threshed out in court. Among the new charters granted hy the State authorities is one ,to the Oyler and Spangler Fertilizer I Works, with a capital stock of $40,- | 000. Dr. and Airs. P. M. Buck who have been in the India mission fields since 1871, are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Buck is a native of Gettysburg jand will spend a part of her furlough here while her husband is in attend ance at the General Conference of the t Methodist church at Saratoga Springs, J X. Y., to which he is a delegate. ! A number of Adams county farmers I have on hand their entire wheat crop ] of last summer and many others have ja good part of their crop in the hopo of getting higher prices for it. —- | Burgess Eicholtz has issued strict I orders to the police 1O enforce the i rules against tramps found within the | borough limits. The sociability ] motor run from Cumberland county, which starts from Camp Hill on ,tlie | morning of the sixth will pass through here on their way to Annapolis. It is expected that at least one hundred i men will take part in the run anil that | between 20 and 25 machines will be 1 used to convey the party. Mrs. John Gintcr, who was a life-long resi dent of Adams county and who died > at her home several miles from hero ■several days ago belonged to a family t who rca' lied —advam cd agor. nt—loin-t two of them exceeding in years .Mrs. j Ginter, who had just passed her 94th I birthday at the time of her death, j Her mother died at the age of 10.". | years and an uncle lived to be 106 i years old. "The Winter's Tale" Told to High School Pupils By Special Correspondence Kcwvlllc, Pa.. May 6.—Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Oft and Miss Edith Bentz spent Sunday at Waynesboro.—Mrs. Perry i McLaughlin and Miss Henrietta Sharpe spent Tuesday evening nl. Chambersburg. The Rev. F. T_ Wheeler and Dr. O. M. Reed attendee" a meeting in llarrisburg on Tuesday.— Miss Elizabeth Stewart has gone to Harrisburg to spend several weeks. — Simon Bo.ver and daughter Edna and Ocorge Diehl. of llarrisburg, spent Sunday with Ed. N. James and family. —Mark Derlek spent several days in ! Slianiokln. Mr. and Mrs. Parker | Wheeler, of Harrisburg, spent the I week-end among friends here. —Mrs. B. Frank Reitz gave an interesting talk j to the pupils of the Newville schools | on Friday afternoon in the auditorium. I Her subject was "The Winter's Tale." from Shakespeare, which she told in a charming manner. The Shake* I spearean Literary Society of the high school cleared about $75 at its two I entertainments last week. The money | is to be used toward the library fund. NEW Y. M. C. A. BUILDING By Special Correspondence Lewistown. Pa., May fi. Lewis town will hold a Y. M. C. A. week in June to raise money for a building.— j Some carp measuring from 24 to 28 I inches in length have been cauught in I Mifflin county streams. Daniel ! Ford and family have returned from six years' residence at St. Petersburg. I Florida, to again live here. Charles M. Smith, Mifflin county's great truck er, expects to raise $5,000 worth of truck on 10 acres of land this season. Mrs. G. It. Bell and Mrs. Fred Stannerl are at Atlantic City. Miss Helen Friscli of Baltimore, Md., is I caling on Mrs. Oscar Lewis. Clias. Wian of Coilingswood. N. J., has been visiting his brother, William Wian.