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ALL THE NEWS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA TOWNS BURGLARS BUSY AT LYKENS HOMES Hungry Thieves Steal Entire Breakfast at Residence of One Victim 4 CLASS DAY EXERCISES Capable Cast of Students Gives Operetta of "The Wind mills of Holland" By Special Correspondence Lykens, Pa., June 17. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Soulliard went to Wllkes-Barre this week, where the former is to undergo an examination by a specialist. W. A. Treon spent some time at Locust Dale. Samuel Hoff has returned from Dickinson College for the summer vacation. W. H. Cooper spent some time at Harrisburg. —Mrs. William A. Treon and daughters. Pearl and Evelyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bowman autoed to Willlamstown on Sunday. Burglars have been busy in several Lykens houses during the past week. The home of Francis Eby was entered. Almost everything that Mr. Eby"s housekeeper had prepared for breakfast was taken. Evidently the thief was hungry. Class day exercises of the Lykens high school were held on Wednesday evening. The operetta, "The Windmills of Holland." was given by the following cast of characters: "Mynbeer Hertogenbasch," Solomon Bitterm&n; "Vrouno Hertogenbasch," Mary Kniley; "Wilhelmlna," Naomi Shomper; "Hilda," Vivian Moore; "Bob Yanbeej" Morgan Moore; "Hans," Wal ter Hoffman- "Franz," William Hawk; "Katrina," Henrietta Thompson. A chorus of farmers' daughters and a chorus of work hands. Nevin Shoop has returned from State College for his summer vacation. George Smith and family, of Tamaqua, spent some time here. The tenth annual commence ment exercises of the Lykens grammar school were held In the United Breth ren Church on Tuesday avening. The recitations by the honor pupil* were well rendered and the address to the class was made by the Rev. Spang lcr. MUXATED IRON r.-iaEMHin— Increases strength delicate, nervous, •jjj.* 'fl Y 3 iSTII rundown people 200 ?-V H| H f'i'j per cent, in ten days Kg |j « | Isuh| in in any v'fails as per full ex iTSi "fißiaiM planatlon in largt la*JltW ■! 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A Typewriting Chemistry J J Mechanical Engineer Window Trimming Automobile ft-----, i| J Name !' J St. and V» '[ J City ....................a......:,. State |i 5 Present Oocupatlon ■»... !' '^v^vyjwj.vvv irfVLfun nnnnnaan. - SATURDAY EVENING, Personal News Items From Nearby Towns in Central Pennsylvania By Special Correspondence ThompKondMYn. Misses Simonton, of Mount Pleasant, and AVilliam Isen ' ber. of Harrisburg. were guests of Miss Annie Patton. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac N'. Graham and son, Ray, of Pittsburgh, are spending a month with Mrs. Al inyra Logan. Miss Almira M. Gra ham. assistant superintendent of the Polyclinc Hospital, at Harrisburg, spent the week-end with Mrs. lx>gan.— Miss Garber, of Roaring Springs, was a recent guest of her brother, the Rev. A. R Garber. Harry McMeen and Miss Gertrude McMeen, of New York, were week-end guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Haines. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wingert and daughter spent Sunday at Halifax. John Smith, of Philadel phia. was a recent guest of- his sister, Mrs. Isaac Haines.- —Mrs. David Speece, of Harrlsburg, was a guest of relatives here on Monday. Mrs. Mary Gross and Mrs. Samuel Keplar, of Altoona, are spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dennis, at Philadelphia. Miss Margueretha Dimm Is visiting relatives at Bala and Philadelphia. Among those who went to Harrisburg Wednesday were: Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rowe and family, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Branthoffer, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Frymoyer, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Treitley. Jonathan Keiser, Miss Rose Keiser, H. Sowers. Misses Anna Comeron, Mabel Ripman, Mary Witmer and Russell Witmer. Gilbert Detra, of Lancaster county, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. ames Hostetter. Mrs. Amos Kinzer, of East Salem, is spend ing the week with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Nelson. AVormleyalmra;. Miss Emma Kirst, whose homfe was in Wllkinsburg, will now make her home with her aunt, Miss Balthaser, and be employed at Harrisburg. Mrs. J. J. Hemmer spent Wednesday at Mschanicsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Goiger and son, Carl Goigrer, are spending the week at Read ing and Geigerville. Mrs. Ellen I Smith, of Manayunk, Pa., called at the United Brethren parsonage to visit her eousin, the Rev. G. B. Renshaw. The Rev. Mr. Houck, of York, was also a caller at the parsonage on Monday. Mrs. Reese, of Chambersburg, is spend ing some time with Mrs. Eby. Chil i dren's Day services will be held in the United Brethren Church to-morow even in rg. New Bloomfleld. Mrs. E. E. Moor© left here Thursday to attend com mencement at Wellesley College, where her daughter. Frances Moore, will i graduate next Tuesday. Mrs. William | Painter and Mrs. Margeret Rice, of Harrisburg, were guests of Mrs. S. H. Bernheisel this week. Warren Seib lert has returned home from State Col lege, and Paul Darlington from Car negie Tech, at Pittsburgh. Edward Moore is home from State College. Mrs. I. Poter Hayes is visiting her daughter. Mrs. James C. Totten, at HeightstOwn, N. J. Mrs. G. C. Dean, of Jjewistown, is visiting her mother, j Mrs. •Charles H. Smiley. Paul Swartz I has gone to Glen Campbell, Indiana ' county. Pa., where he has secured a j position on the Glen Campbell News. I Mrs. Jean Ramsey attended commence ment exercises at Wilson College, Chambersburg, where her daughter, Miss Corinne Ramsey, graduated. Lawrence E. Cupp was elected teacher of Elkwood grammar school, near New Cumberland. Mrs. Edward Blessing land children, of Hummelstown, are | visiting Mrs. Blessing's mother, Mrs. H. IC. Shearer, here. Gettysburg Battlefield Automobile Guides Fined Special to the Telegraph Gettysburg, Pa., June 17. Gettys burg- National Park guards have brought legal action against three of the automobile guides who allowed the I rules pertaining to automobile traffic I over the avenues to be broken. Action will be taken against the licensed guides, who are fully acquainted with the rules, for any infractions that may occur and not against the driver of the car, who, as a stranger, does not know the rules. Each of the three guides ar i rested were fined $5 and costs of $7. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured v!th LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh la a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, and acts directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces. Ball's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was pre scribed by one of the best physicians la this country for years and la a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, com-' binod with the best blood purifiers, acting di rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two Ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing catarrh. Bend for testimonials, free. , F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, 0. ' Sold by Druggists, price 75c. T<e Hail's Family Fills for conatlpatloa. GRADUATES OF COLUMBIA HIGH SCHOOL, CLASS OF 1916 _ By Special Correspondence Thn ,„°i'"iVr* June I ,>'.~7 A, J OVe ls a photographic group of the graduating class of the Columbia high school. ! top row, left to right. Margaret Youtz, May Durborow, Edna Gram, Margaret FM«ho\il w! .2 T»v, £if Jackeon and Ruth Hoover; second row, Sara Glatfelter, Helen Bovd. Vivian Brandt, drew nn'd rlinh an V Walk; boys, standing, Daniel Striekler, Paul Ziegler, Alvtn Quinn, An iffi Si , wpr ,r ow - Merc cr Rhodes, Harry Klmmich, Earl Copelar.d, Wisler Zeamer. f. v i s*. es Keesey. Four members of the class who \yere absent and are not shown on the photograph are Raymond Sheckard, Paul Richards, Leroy Kinard and Grace Redman. Ground Broken For New Shoe Factory at Halifax By Special Correspondence Halifax, Pa., June 17.—Miss Laura Sweigard spent the week at Millers burg.—Liillle L.ebo and Gertrude Hoover spent several days at ElizabethviUe.— Arthur Miller, of Matamoras, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller.—Mrs. Benjamin Radle Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William .Sweigard at Penorook.—Mrs. William Rumtnel and children and Mrs. George L«bo and daughter, Carrie, spent Mon day at the home of William Kununel, near Enterline.—Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sheesley spent Sunday at Carsonville. —Airs. U. H. Botts, of Jersey Shore, Pa., was the guest of relatives here this ; week.—The Kev. and Mrs. J. O. Ball en tertained friends from Shippensburg 1 over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude ! Bowman of Lancaster, spent Sunday | with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Corne lius Bowman.—Mrs. Edward Seltzer and children, of Steelton, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Daniel WeDster. —Leslie Shope, an instructor in the Staunton, \ a., Military Academy, spent Wednesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. £hope.—Miss Mary Clemson, , who underwent a surgical operation at the Harrisburg hospital this week, is rapidly recovering.—Master Ben Clark Seagrist, 10-month-old son of Mr. and 1 Mrs. O. E. Seagrist, has already attend ed Trinity Reformed Sunday school ' forty-two times since birth.—Joseph Umberger and daughter, Miss Ella Cm- 1 berger, and Miss Carrie Forney, of Mll lersburg, were guests of Elmer E. Laughei'uy on Saturday.—Mis Chris- | tlnu iNeidig, who taught school at Ken nett Square the past term, is at home Willi her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A H. N'eiaig, tor the summer.—Mrs. Wilmot Ayers, of Bedford Springs, spent sev eial days with Mrs. Katlirine Pike.— Mrs. 1. T. litter, of Philadelphia, is spending the week at the home of her mother, Mrs. B. A. Brubaker.—Mr. and Mrs. \V. L. Pike, of Hummelstown, spent several days at tne home of Mrs. Pike's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman.—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Banner of Enola, visited relatives near town on Monday.—Elmer E. Daugherty at tended the funeral of Mrs. William Bordner, at Millersburg on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Schroyer, of Sun bury, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Schroyer.—A. H. Prenzel has broken ground for the erection of a large building to be used as a shoe factory on his lot in Third street. Charity Lodge, No. 82, 1. O. O. F., de corated the graves of their deceased members in the Methodist Episcopal Cemetery last Saturday evening. Washington camp, No. 576, P. O. S. of A. decorated the graves of their de ceased members on Sunday evening. Mrs. Agnes Bailey, of Dauphin, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bowman and family over Sunday. ION-O-LEX Stops Inflammation in Burns and Wounds lon-o-lex is probably the most important discovery that has been made in the field of medicine in fifty years. | It Is not a drug—lt contains no narcotics or opiates. It is perfectly harmless and does not interfere with any other treatment. Takes the pain out of a scald or burn ; almost instantly. Stops inflammation anywhere In the body. In Neuritis, Acute Rheumatism, Croup, Tonsillitis, Bronchitis, Appendicitis, Ec zema, Erysipelas—in any inflammatory dnease lon-o-lex acts promptly and effectively. tTwo forms—Liquid for internal use and lon-o-lex Unguent for external use. for rale hv I yyr Kennedy's Med. Store 321 Market St. _ and other prom iwlTXi#Ta£A Inent druggists. ft.io» n ,,Yr Ills KSBHHJDT^ ■ T ""'■ tfjefffr. A Charming Friends arc calling or you have a sudden Invitation. I Just a moment to look your best. It takes but a few seconds to apply Gouraud's u Oriental Cream and obtain a perfect complexion - a soft, clear, pe 2 r . y " wh ® appearance that is always refined and ana in good taste—Non-greasy—ln use 88 years. .. Send I 00. for trial alia HARRISBURO TELEGRAPH | Little Boy Is Drowned in Spring Near Richfield By Special Correspondence j Mimintowu, Pa., June 17.—Mrs. Reu ben Auker and sons Jay and Samuel, and daughter Katherine, and Miss Ella Auker motored to New Oxford and visited Ed Auker, stopping at Gettys burg; and Harrisburg.—Mrs. John Moy er left on Friday for a week's visit with her brother, Ed. Sleber, at Scran ton.—Mrs. Ezra C. Doty and sister, Miss | Josephine Wilson, are visiting relatives at State College.—Miss Margaret Laird ; is visiting her sister, Mr. Clem I-each, near Academia.—Misses Gladys McCau ley and Jane Banks are guests at a ; house party at State College. Miss ! Erma Hower is spending several days with Miss Ruth Heikes at Lewlstown. I —Miss Mary McNeal is spending the ■ week-end with relatives at Altoona. — ' Miss Frances Diffenderfer has return ed home after coinpletng her term of i school at Egg Harbor, N. J.—Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, of Johnstown, spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sieber.— Miss Jane Auger is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jesse Deitrick at Tyrone.—Miss Grace McLaughlin, of Churchill, is ' visiting her sister, Mrs. Charles Finne frock.—Mrs. Stuart Okeson, of Johns town, spent several days with Miss . Elizabeth Okeson, at Mifflin. —Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Neely and three daugh l ters, motored to Princeton College, to attend the commencement where their i son Howard is a graduate.—Mrs. Fa sick, of Altoona, is visiting at the home of her brother, Oliver 'Diffenderfer. — i Miss Alice Wishart, of Wells Tannery, ! a returned missionary from India, will speak in the Presbyterian Church June 22 at I P. M.—A two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Kerstetter accldental i ly fell into a spring at the home of F. |H. Garman, near Richfield, and was drowned. "Bide-a-Wee" Cottage at Dauphin Open For Summer By Special Correspondence Dauphin, Pa., June 17. Dr. and I Mrs. Thomas Poffenberger, and daugh | ter, Mary, of Harrisburg, are occupy ing for the summer, the house in Erie street, belonging to Miss Cora Coffrode. : —Miss Olive Douden spent several days I at Washington, D. C., with the gradu | ating class of the Harrisburg Central High School, of which she is a mem ber. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frantz and family, of Harrisburg, have opened their summer cottage, "Bide-a-Wee," along the river. Mrs. Charles Slng ler and Miss Mildred Romberger, of Harrisburg, were recent guests of Mr. J and Mrs. Wayne Singer. Mrs. I Bertha Tredwell, of Rochester, N. Y., | has returned home after a short visit with Mrs. W. F. Reed. Raymond j Suydam and Ralph Seiders, of Steel ton, spent the week-end with Ernest Shaffer. Mrs. David Nowinski, and children, David and Ella, of Philadel phia. are guests of Mrs. Nowinski's parent's, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Heck. —Lloyd Speece has purchased forty ! acres of land at Speeceville. which be longed to the A. S. Speece estate. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cresswell. and daugh | ter, Martha, of Harrisburg, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. William P. Clark. Miss Marie Weddell has returned to her home in New York City, after spending her vacation with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kline. Mrs. H. E. Lucas, of llarri3-j burg, was the guest of Miss Etta Mc- Neely, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Perling, and children. Carl and Ida, ] and Miss Ida M. Perling, of Duncan- ! non, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. i I. Lane Long. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison I Hoover, and Mr. and Mrs. 'William i Hoover, of Hummelstown, were the | guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Coble, on 1 Sunday. Norman W. Brooks, of New ark, N. .T., who Is visiting here spent I Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ' Emory Wireman, at Harrisburg. Miss Mary Umberger has returned home from a visit with Miss Emma Reel, at Harrisburg. Harry Pfleeger is building a bungalow at Frantzville Heights. Newton W. Speece, of Red Lake, Minn., is the guest of his sister. Mrs. D. F. Seller. Thomas Kinter spent several days with his mother, Mrs. William Kinter, at Trenton, N. J. —Miss Lucv Novinger has returned to! her home in Harrisburg, after spend- i ing the week with Mrs. William P I Clark. Mrs. Elizabeth Weltzel, of 1 Harrisburg, is visiting her sister, Miss I Clara Poffenberger. West Hanover School Board Will Elect Teachers Saturday By Special Correspondence Plketoxvn, Pa.. June 17.—West Han over School Board will meet In Sandy Hollow schoolhouse on Saturday, June f° r the purpose of electing teach erS. SJ the coming- term. The Rev. and Mrs. Jonas Martin and children. Mary and Willis Martin, spent Wed nesday at Harrisburg. Mr. and Mrs jO "P3 "umma and children, Ma7y and Marlln Mumma, spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Mumma in Fishing Creek Valley. Miss Odessa Strohm. of Stone Glen spent several days with Mr. and Mrs.' Marv In Strohm. Mr. and Mrs. W. F shoemaker and daughter, Carrie Shoemaker, of Hummelstown, were guests of J. w. Ebersole. —M r and Mrs. Simon Page, Mr. and Mrs. Page and son. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Page and son, of Harrisburg, spent Su 2 d £ y « I Mise Pr'scllla Ramsey and W. H. Brown. Charles Nye and Edward Nye, of Harrisburg. vistted their mother, Mrs. Rebecca Sye on Saturday Miss Minnie Ramsey'nnd Dewey Ramsey, of near Grantvllle and John Ramsey, of Harrisburg! spent Sunday with their parents, Mr and Mrs. J. L. Ramsey. Miss Lena Beckman, of near Fort Hunter, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs, Turn» Duncannon Pastor Baptizes Eight Members in' River Duncannon, Pn. June 17—Mrs. Marietta Milliken, of Philadelphia, Is here for the summer.—Mr. and Mrs. John Brenneman, of Jefferson, 111, were guests of Miss Margaret Cum mings and brothers.—Mrs. Rebecca Burns, who spent the past several months in Cuba and Florida, has re turned here for the summer.—The Rev. Wesley N. Wright", pastor of the Church of God, immersea eight mem bers of the church in the Susquehanna River last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Maggie Young has returned from an extended visit to Philadelphia.—Mrs. Hugh P. Leak, of Greensboro, N. C., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. C. Smith.—Arthur Bucke and family, of Harrisburg, spent Sunday at his pa rental home here.—Mrs. J. C. Bern heisel and son Ralph, of Green Park, are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fritz.—A. H. Bailey and fam ily, of Harrisburg, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lane S. Hart on Sunday. —Harry Bender, of Philadelphia spent over Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bender. —The Reminder Brotherhood of the M. E. Church will give a literary and musi cal entertainment on Monday evening, June 26th, in the Sunday School room, at the close of which a parcel post sale will be conducted.—Mrs. John Peters and two daughters Mary and Jennie are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Clugston. Birthday Surprise Party For Mrs. Jerome Furman By Special Correspondence Montandun, Pa., June 17. Mrs. Je rome Furman was tendered a surprise party at her home, Monday evening, in honor of her birthday anniversary. The evening was pleasantly spent piaving games on the lawn, which was decorat ed with Japanese lanterns, and refresh ments were served Curing the evening. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Angus Falrchlld. Mr. and MJSS. Ar thur Best, Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Fair child, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Fairchild, Mr. and Mrs, W. C. Burrey, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Renn. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hauck, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hockenberry. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Steigert, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sheets. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Art ley. Mrs. Charles Carr, Mrs. Forrest Harner, Mrs. Ed. Reitz, Mrs. Harvey Wenzel, Mrs. Lee Beiber, Mrs. Frank Fries, Mrs. Walter Ritter, Mrs. George Hill, Mrs. Jesse Shortess. Mrs. Frank Cox, Mrs. JamA Deitrick, Mrs. Lee Grimm, Bertha Reed, Mary Garber, Pearl Fries, Altha Harner, Edna Renn, May and Viola Hockenberry, Anna and Abram Fairchild, William Frederick, Pfluger, Barron Wenzel, Milton Beiber, Stewart Sheets, Donald and Scott Hauck, Robert Cox, Mr. and Mrs. I Jerome Ferman and Elma and Edgar Furman. The "Dollar Social" held by the Ladies' Aid Society, of the Baptist : Church, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Angus Fairchild, Tuesday evening, was well attended. About S2B was turn ed in. Miss Edna Beaner, of Sha mokin, was a visitor over Sunday at H. F. Frank's. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Kieffer and son. of Mazeppa, spent Sun day at Walter Ritter's. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grimm are spending several days with their parents, at Herndon. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cone and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hill enjoyed a trip to Philadel phia on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Myers, of Sunbury, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Best, on Sun day. I—— ■ 1 HEALTH OF WOMEN , WRECKED DY IGNORANCE A Prominent Pennsylvania Woman's Advice. Franklin, Fa. "When passing through the symptoms which come tc women of 45, I ;isc<l Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip- Mr- right for that pe riod of life, and I do not hesitate to For every disease or ailment of a womanly character, no matter cow ?9- cent or long standing, the one sure, reliable remedy of proved merit is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Women should never experiment with unknown preparations; the risk is too great. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription is prepared from nature's roots and herbs and does not contain a particle of alcohol or any narcotic. Women are earnestly advised to take It for Irregular or painful periods, backache, headache, displacement, ca tarrhal condition, hot flashes, sallow complexion and nervousness. For girls about to enter womanhood, women about to become mothers ana for the changing days of middle age Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription should always be on hand. Any medicine dialer can snppiy it in dither liquid or tablet form. Write Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. P :or free, coarideiatial medical advice, or !ree book on Diseases oi Women. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the original littlo» Liver Pills. These tiny tuti-biUoua granules—tne smallest and the easiest to take. One Uttle "Pellet'" foe A lasativ®— THßEE for » cathartic. JUNE 17, 1916. Two Five-Foot Blacksnkes Killed at Millersburg By Special Correspondence Millrisbiirs. Pa., June 17. The' Johnson-Baillie Shoe Company have! torn out a boiler which was condemn ed and will install a larger one in its place. Tne -new one will be placed in position after June 30, when the plant 1 will close down for 10 days.—Borough council at a recent meeting concluded to pave thrpe sections of streets, the north and south ends of Market street and East Union street. In all a dis tance of 1,800 feet. The contemplated new llrehouse and other improvements will be held over until next year. Two hlaeksnakes about five feet long were killed hy William McKissick and his son Richard at their home near[ the Pennsylvania railroad roundhouse on Tuesday. During the severe elec- I trical storm Sunday evening lightning struck the chimney at the home of U. G. Rarig, in Pine street, knocking off some of the brick. Thomas My ers is serving as a grand juror this week. Miss Fay Long has returned from a visit to Philadelphia. Henry Starr Is home from Gettysburg Col lege for the summer vacation. MINISTER ACCEPTS CALL Eliza bctlivlllc, Pa., June 17—Sam uel Cooper, of Lewistown, spent sev eral days with his mother here. —Mrs. Charles H Gardinier and son, of Mil lersvllle spent several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Stine.— John Phillips and family have re-turn ed from a visit to Harrisburg, 111.— j Joseph R. Stine is home from Frank- Tin and Marshall College.—Galen Nay- ! lor and family of Harrisburg spent several days with his father, Dr. W. E. Naylor.—Miss Irene Bressler, of Harrisburg, spent Sunday with her mother hero. —Harris Sheesley of Harrisburg spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sheesley.—Post master M. A. Miller spent Monday afternoon at Harrisburg.—The Rev. J. E. Beam has accepted a call to the Reformed Church at West Hazleton, and will shortly leave for that place.— Rev. E. J. Heilman and J. H. Bonawitz attended a Lutheran Synod at Read ing:.—Mrs. Charles M. Hoffman, of Philadelphia, Pa., spent several days with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Weaver.— R. F. D. Carrier P. E. Stine was at Harrisburg on Wednesday.—The Rev. B. L. Romberger, of Wilkes-Barre spent several days with his brother, A. M. Romberger and family.—The Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Farnsworth, of Orwigsburg, are spending a week in this vicinity. Duncannon School Board Chooses Teachers For Term Special to the Telegraph Duncannon, Pa.. June 17. The bor ough School Board elected the follow ing teachers: Principal, C. M. Lodge, of Huntingdon; assisnmt principal, J. L. L Burke; A grammar, \V. J. Ktnes; B grammar, Alma J. Pennell; intermedi ate, Josephine George; second primary, Margaretta Rosboro; first primary, Cor dellia Gray; North Duncannon. Catha rine Hamilton: mueic, Ruth Zimmer man. Professor W. A. McCune, super visory principal for the past two terms, has accepted a place in the faculty of the Harrisbure' High School. n&h enemies* v VyourTEETH —are Pyorrhea and decay. Senreco, the formula of a dental spec* „ , „ , , ialist, REALLY CLEANS. It sm. Both usually develop only in bodies specially prepared, solubls the mouth where germ-laden granules unusually efTective in clean tartar is present. ing away food deposits. Moreover, it <<_, . , . , ~ is particularly destructive to the germ But I brush my teeth," you of p yorrhea / say; Yes, you brush them, _ , , but do you REALLY CLEAN G ? ,0 ?°" r dealer ! oday and get " ' tube of Senreco—-keep your teeth th Cm? REALLY CLEAN and protect your- Tonight, after brushing your teeth, go wlf against Pyorrhea and decay, to the mirror and examine them. In all Send 4c to Senreco, probability you will find an accumnla- 304 Walnut Street, CSft tion of tartar on the enamel and bits Cincinnati, Ohio, fal of food deposit hiding in the crevices, trial package. f —-T| See your dentist twice yearly \ WW Uae Senreco twice daily IjH /nl Jf Th* tooth piuf that REALLY CLEANS V~/ \ 19 Hrlroiiffll 600,Q0Q.00 it; f| As a Graduation Remembrance || Mi to our son or daughter, some relative or friend imp;; a savings account which this institution is a gift -Am. * S SUrC t0 a PP rcc * ate< * - If is a gift that constantly grows in value and ■ □ H one which, because it will serve as an incentive II I to save and deposit additional sums, may be the ; I 1 J!|&; beginning of some young man's or woman's I Mwp financial success in later life. fV ;/■] Capital, 9300,000.00 Surplus. *300.000.00 s|®|| AUTO FOR EVERY NINE PERSONS Bonneauville and York Springs Has Dispute as to Greatest Number of Machines NEW FIRE APPARATUS Gettysburg Company Have Demonstration When Motor Machine Arrives By Special Correspondence <i*t»jnburg. Pa., June 17.—At a meet ing of the board of trustees of Gettys burg College recently a petition, signed by a large majority of the students, was presented asking for military instruc tion in accordance with the recent army \ bill, and the request will likely be granted If an instructor and equipment ; can be secured from the government.— i The Gettysburg fire company is plann ing a real demonstration at the time of the arrival of their new six-cylinder Boyd motor-driven fire engine the lat ter part of this month or the beginning of .July, at which time Judge Bonniwell. of Philadelphia, president of the Penn j sylvania State Firemen's Associaion. will make the address.—The Reading 1 railroad officials have refused to grant I the ministerial association the use of the ground at their depot here for the purpose of erecting a tabernacle to house the Nk-holson-Hemmlnger revival next Fall.—Miss Correne Deatrlck, of Blglervllle, and Jay W. Bringman, sur prised their friends by slipping away to Elkton, Md., and getting married. Monuments to two more of her lllus : trlotis Civil war commanders will be erected on the Gettysburg battlefield, to be located on the ground of the first day's fight. They are for Major-Gen eral Abner Doubleday, temporary com mander of the First Corps after the j death of General Reynolds, and Brlga ! dier-General John C. Robinson, com mander of the Second Division of the First Corps.—Announcement is made that the Virginia monument will be I completed during the summer and dedi cated about the middle of October.—• Jacob Nary, living near Mount Car mel church, above Orrtanna, saw one of the wild turkey hens liberated by Game Warden Smiley during the win ter, with seventeen young turkeys.— The villages of Bonneauvllle and York Springs are having a merry time over the question of which place has more automobiles, and actual count has proven that while Bonneauville has an automobile for every twelve persons, York Springs has one for every nine persons. DAUPHIN DISTRICT CONVENTION Special to the Telegraph Hummelstown, Pa., June 17. Dau phin County Christian Endeavor I n. n will hold its district convention in the Hummeistown Reformed Church next Thursday evening June 22. The sermon will be preached by the Ri"- George Edward Hawes, pastor of the Market Square Presbyterian Church, of Harrisburg.