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ALL THE NEWS OF CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA TOWNS EPHRATA CIGAR FACTORY ANNEX United Company Plans Big Ad dition to Plant and Many More Employes 10.000 AT ANNUAL PICNIC Automobile Party of Thirty-one Comes From Maryland to Attend Jollification By Special Correspondence Ephrata, Pa., Aug. 12.—The United Cigar Company, through its local agent, W. R. Kinports, for the Kin ports estate, has awarded the contract to A. L. Gerhart. builder and con tractor, for the erection of an addition to the four-story brick cigar factory. The new building will be 86x3 8 feet and four stories in hfeight and will be of brick. With the completion of the i»»w structure the capacity of the in dustry will be considerably increased aad the force of clgarmakers employed by the concern will be Increased from 800 to 500.—1t is estimated that at least ten thousand people were at the Muddy Creek Sunday school picnic, near Swartzvtlle, on Saturday last. Among those in attendance was an au tomobile party of thirty-one people who came from Carroll county. Mary land. where the Rev. Dr. Martin W. Schweitzer, present pastor of Muddy Creek Reformed Church, was formerly a pastor. The speakers were the Rev. B. G. Welder, of Reamstown; the Rev. Dr. Martin W. Schweitzer, of Ephrata; the Rev. T. J. Hacker, of Wyomls sing, and the Rev. Carl Yoder, of Union Bridge, Md. Music was fur nished by Tyrell's military band and the Philharmonic band of Reading.— Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Baum and son John and Burgess and Mrs. S. L. Weaver re turned to Ephrata on Monday evening after having spant a week at Atlantic City.—Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Wenger, of Los Angeles. Cal., are being enter tained by the former's sister. Miss An te Wenger.—Mrs. Mary Xauman has returned to her home after having: spent several weeks visiting her son, H. H. Xauman, and family at St. Paul. MinD.—Mr. and Mrs. Milton Myers, of Cedar Springs. Va., spent a week with Ephrata relatives.—Mr. and Mrs. Ed win Kilheifner. of Harrisburg, were visitors in Ephrata on Sunday.—The Kemper family reunion held at Eph rata Park on Saturday last was attend ed by about 300 of the Keper rela tionship. SIOO Reward, SIOO The readers of this paper will be pleated to leaxn that there la at feast one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its Stages, and that Is Catarrh. Ball's Catarrh Cure Is the only posit ire cure now isnown to the med ical fraternitr. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Ball'a Catarrh Cure is tsken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by build Jug up the constitution and assisting na ture In doing Its worfc. The proprietors bare so much faith In Its curative powers thst they offer One Ilundred Dollars for sny esse that It falls to cure. 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A Tnwwrttl.* ChemUrrr ,i | Mecbealeel Eaglasst Window Trimming Aatomoblle Bsuisi i| Name !' | (C u< Na i[ i City hi. State ]i Preset Oooupatlea ............ ]i SATURDAY EVENING, HERSHEY PEOPLE FOR NEW HOTEL New Executive Will Combine Hershey Farms and Industrial School; Reception to Rev. John Irvin Meek and Bride By Special Correspondence Hershey, Pa., Aug. 12.—People of this town thoroughly appreciate and commend the Telegraph's fight for better hotel accommodations in Har risburg. Every day visitors here ask for information about rooms in Har risburg and often it is necessary to direct them to other places because Harrlsburg either is full up or has not the accommodations desired. There is especial need of a high grade hotel in which first class rates may be charged for first class rooms and service. Many of the people who come here from all parts of the world have money to spend and they do not mind spending it so long as thev get what they want. Most of them would be glad to spend a day or two at Harrisburg, but they want a mod ern hotel. Hershey has outgrown its hotel and house capacity. Every thing here is crowded and Hummels town and Palmyra are called upon to take care of some of the new people who come to Hershey by trolley Within a radius of 50 yards lightning 3 times in 3 successive storms at the eastern line of Hershey. its latest hit on Tuesday peeled a fine tree on High Point.—The hay crop in this part of Lebanon valley is the biggest on* ever known —George G. Signor. for three years superintendent of the in stitution for the feeble minded, comes to Hershey on September 1 as executive In the new organisation that will com ,i ne . t ?A®« H ® r " h * y In< lu»trial School and the S.oOO acres of Hershey farms. Mr re P lac ® B no one. He comes on his unusual record In making the farms at bprlng City produce food and Teacher and Class Visit Union Deposit Minister Sfecial to th: Tdigraph Fnion Deposit. Pa., Aug. 12.—Mr. ; and Mrs. Joseph Etter spent Sunday iat Annville, visiting Mr. and Mrs. ' Philip Kettering.—Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Boyer. of Palmyra, visited Cyrus Garrett on Sunday.—Miss Ruth Peif fer spent part of the week at Me j ehanlcsburg with the Rev. and Mrs. j Samuel Garnest. —Miss Minnie Hicks, | of Lebanon, spent Sundav with Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder.—Mr. and | Mrs. Henry PeifTer and son Sterling and Miss Bertha Gingrich spent Sun day at Bedlngton. Va.—Miss Violet i Tingst, of Reading, visited her par j ents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tingst. on i Sunday.— ; Mlss Christiana Parthemore, ;of Harrisburg, after spending some j time with her Miss Lizzie Par- I themore, has returned home. Mr. ! and Mrs. Allen Sherman, of Pine | Grove, were the guests of Mr. and j Mrs. Henry Tingst. on Sunday.—Miss Carrie Hetterman and Sunday school class of the United Brethren church. ' spent a day at Annville visiting the Rev. George W. Hallman and family. —Miss Lizzie Parthemore spent Wed nesday at Harrisburg.—Bates Alexan der and grandson, of Philadelphia, [ spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Maggie Hartman.—Miss Edna Landis and sister, Ruth, spent Sunday at Lan caster.—Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Landis entertained as guests on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. C. Kellar and children, Her man and Charlotte; Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Shope, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stauffer, Mrs. Martha Hocker and Miss Lizzie Landis, of Harrisburg; Mr. and Mrs. Xeal Miller, of Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs. I Levi Hershey, of Elizabethtown, and I Miss Carrie Landis, of Huinmelstown. I NOTRE DAME LADY'S APPEAL To all knowing sufferers of rheumatism, whether muscular or of the Joints, sciatica, lumbagos, backache, pains ia the kidneys or neuralgia pains, to write to her for a home treatment which has repeatedly cured all of these tortures. She feel* it htr duty to send It to all sufferers FREE. YOB cure yourself at home as thousands will testify—no changS | of climate being necewary. This simple aiscoverv banishes uric acid from the blood, loosens the stiffened joints, purities the blood and brightens the eyes, giving elasticity and tone to the whole system. If the a bore interests you, for proof addresa Mrs. Ji. | Bummers, Bos B, Notre Dame, lnd. for his work In the management and education of children. Until they can I ret a permanent home Mr. and Mrs. Slg- I nor will occupy the house In Chocolate avenue next to Mrs. Menno Hershey.— . Last night Hershey Lutherans rave a fine reception to Rev. and Mrs. John I Irwin Meek, who were married in June. i Mr Meek has charge of the Evangelical I Lutheran Church, of the Holy Trinity. I Hershey has picnics every day and so ; when the Hershey people held their own picnic the churches united, hired ja special train and spent the day at Penryn Park. They enjoyed the change but the same old picnic rain descended. —All the sixty boys in the Hershey In dustrial School are in perfect health but purely as a matter of precaution against infantile paralysis the grounds ; have been closed to visitors.—Miss Ruth I Esbensliade has returned from a ! month's stay In the Poconos.—Mr. and | Mrs. William Harm, of Columbia, are f visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Graeff.— Miss Florence Rldgely, of Luthervllle, ; Md., is the guest of Mrs. Lynn R. I Meeklns at the Inn—Miss Abigail Gor don left Thursday, for New York, to 1 take up professional work In the Deaf land Dumb Institution.—Miss Virginia ; Hershey will leave next week to take up her new work as art teacher of the York University, of Nebraska.—Frank S. Saylor has returned from Atlantic City.—Mr. and Mrs. E. L* Bomgardner are home after a vacation In Atlantic I City.—Six houses are In the course of building at Hershey, the most elaborate i being the handsome residence of D. | Frank Magee. superintendent of the Hershey Chocolate Company. Group of Camp Fire Girls Camping at Camp Comfort Millers town, Pa., Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Lahr of Newport visit ed their brother D. A. Lahr this week. Miss Cora Cofrode of Dauphin, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Branyan. Mr*. Charles Newbaker and daughter, Marion of Steeltoh, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hopple. Mr and Mrs. K. H. Ulßh and daughter, Mrs. James E. Rounsley were at Harrisburg on Wed nesday. Mrs. Isaiah Mitchel of New port spent Wednesday with William Kipp. Mrs. Joseph Ulsh of Altoona is at the home of her brother, J. Kauffman caring for her son, who was in an automobile accident last Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Leiand Rouns ley and son. Edgar, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Rounsley returned to their home in Altoona on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Brubaker of Phila delphia and Charles David Rickabaugh of Mount Holly Springs, are visiting at the home of D. M. Rickabaugh and family. Miss Minnie Dlnn of Dinns ville is visiting her uncle, Lewis Dlnn. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kipp, Mrs. John Brinton and Calvin Dtnn accom panied Mr. and Mrs. Grant Patton of Harrisburg to Rolling Green Park on Thursday. Mrs. Samuel Rounsley and daughters, Ethel and Helen, were at Harrisburg on Tuesday. Miss Lee Emma Ward Is visiting relatives at Altoona. The Rev. Herman Fickes of Rochester, N. T., visited Mrs. S. C. Alexander over Sunday.— Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Long and D. M. Rickabaugh visited Sheriff Knause of McAllistersville. The Camp Fire Glrle are camping at Camp Comfort above town for two weeks. Mrs. Joseph Kauffman of Newton Hamil ton and Mrs. Margaret Helnbaugh of Altoona. spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. William Blain. Dr. Roscoc Hall who spent his vauntlon with his mother here, returned to his work at Baltimore on Wednesday. Mrs. Grace Dilxter and children are vistt ing relatives at Lancaster. Mrs. Wm. Gregg who had been caring for her mother. Mrs. Emma Gregg at Newport has returned to her home here. BELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onepackage proves it 25c at all druggists. EDUCATIONAL ' The OFFICE TRAINING SCHOOL Kaufman Bldg. 4 S. Market Sq. Training That Secures Salary Increasing Positions In the Office Call or send to-day for interesting booklet. "The Art of Getting Alone In the World." Bell phone 649-R. School of Commerce Troup Building 15 So. Market Sq. Day & Night School Bookkeeping, Shorthand, Stenotypy, Typewriting and Penmanship Bell -185 Cumberland 249-Y Harrisburg Business College A Reliable School, 31st Year 329 .Market St. Harrisburg, Pa. tAsk The Merchants For Whom We Work As To Our Ability We will gladly furnish yon with the list, but here's ai good plan: Notice the clean est windows— WE "DID" THEM. (Harrisburg Window Cleaning Co. OFFICE—MS EAST ST. Bell Phono 3520 nr ■ 111 Will 1 11 M— l l IIJWSMt HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH Juvenile Birthday Party on Lawn at Columbia Home \ —•• ■ * x .; if WILLIAM AND MARY BUCHER By Special Correspondence Columbia. Pa., Aug. 12.—A Juvenile birthday party was given on the lawn at the Bucher mansion In honor of the seventh birthday of Master Wil liam Bucher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam L. Bucher. The little boy's sis ter, Mary Louise Bucher, received the guests and assisted her mother in en tertaining them. Mrs. Bucher pre pared a banquet for the Juveniles and they had a delightful time. Personal News Items From Nearby Towns in Central Pennsylvania Wormleysbaric Masters George and Irvin Boose are spending two weeks with their uncle at Cornwall. Mr. and Mrs. H. Boose spent Sunday with Mr. Boose's parents at Westminster, Md. Miss Ruth Ream, of Williams- K«ort, Md., Is spending some time with er uncle. Winter Baker. Miss Kis ter, of Lake Helen, Fla., is the guest ot her aunt. Mrs. Vernon Kister. Miss Allie Spong and Miss Anna Cornman of Boiling Springs, 'have returned from a trip to Buffalo and Niagara Falls.— The Ladies' Aid Society of the United Brethren Church will picnic at Summer dale on Wednesday.— The local society of the W. C. T. U. held a "Mother's Day" meeting at Reservoir Park, Harrisburg, on Thursday. Miss Emma First re turned to Wilklnsburg on Wednesday. —Mr. and Mrs. Howard Quigley and Philadelphia.— Miss Portia Sadler has returned from Atlantic City. Lfnlnhfrrj - . Prof. L B. Nye, prin cipal of the Technical high school at Harrlsburg, was & Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Brenneman. W. S. Noi tenhelm, who was a guest at the home of W. S. Hammond left Tuesday for his home at Philadelphia. The Rev. Dr. A. W. Kudisill, of York, was among the visitors at the home of his brother. Isaac Rudlaill at Meadowbrook farm.— The following were entertained Sunday at the home of John R. Laird; Mr. and Mrs. James Nesbit and son Benjamin, of West Virginia: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Nesbit and sons Quay and Dewey, and Miss Helen Smith of Dillsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Straley and son Ralph and Mrs. Henry Straley of Pintown; Mrs. Elwood Myers and son Aaron, and Mr. and Mrs. William Bollinger and son Niles of Mt. Airy. Mrs. Lus Miller and Mrs. Roy Miller spent Wednesday with relatives at New Cumberland. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Coover and three sons and Miss Pearl Fowler of Le moyne. took an auto trip Sunday and were guests of Mr. ana Mrs. Luther Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cllne. Bruce Downs, of Yocumtown. is visit ing at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Bratten and Frank, Jr.. and Miss Alda Bratten of Harrlsburg, spent several days with Miss Clarissa Brai ten. Mrs. J. H. Shettel returned home Saturday from spending the week-end with relatives at Harrlsburg. —Mrs. Matilda Parks of Lewlsberry. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parks, of York, ana Mr. and Mrs. Blake Parks and daughter Lois, of New York city, took an auto trip Sunday, to the Cove near Duncan non. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutton and children spent Sunday at Gettysburg.— Mr. and Mrs. Allan Frankelberger and daughter, Margaret, returned to then home in Philadelphia after visiting at the Franlceberger home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hammond, of Washington, who were guests of relatives here, are now visiting at the home of Luther Coovei of Taxvllle. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Coover and daughter Edna, of Le moyne, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Sutton. Miss Mildred Rlne smith of Penbrcok. was a guest of Miss Ethel Rich. M. C. Crull and grand daughter, Miss Henrietta Fissel, of York, are guests of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis C. Wise. Mrs. Charlotte Nebinger of Lemoyne is a guest of Mrs. Ella M. Sutton. Grnntvtlle. Harvey Gerberlch and family and Miss M. Elizabeth Urlch took an auto trip to Myerstown on Sunday. Next Saturday the annual picnic of Blndnaugrle's Lutheran Sunday School will be held at Jacob Betz's grove. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Seamer announce the birth of a child Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stahle and Mrs. Aaron Zinner, of Hershey. visited Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gerberlch, on Sunday. Mrs. Paul Lingte and Miss M. Elizabeth Urich called on Miss Kate Baker on Tuesday. Miss Groh, of Lebanon. Is spending some time as the guest of her brother. Dr. John L. Groh and family. —A number of friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Airspach last Saturday evening to serenade their son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drubb, who were recently married. Plketown Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rhoads, Miss Mabel Shellahamer and Harry Dietz, of near Shellsv-llle, spent Sunday afternoon with David Mumma, and family. The Rev. Jonas Martin and family are attending the Walnut Grove campmeeting. Mrs. Rosanna Shive is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Brose Burtnett, at Harrlsburg. The United Evangelical Sunday School will hold Its picnic in Stroh's grove in Fishing Creek Valley, on Saturday. August 19. The New Cumberland band has been engaged. W. H. Brown transacted business at Harrlsburg on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kinsey, of Hoernerstown, spent Sun day with Miss Priscllla Ramsey and W. H. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Run kle and daughter, Luella, and J. W. Ebersole visited Hershey on Monday.— G. W. Fox visited at Harrlsburg on Wednesday. Mrs. John Thompson, of Harrlsburg, spent several days with her father, Thomas Ramsey. Tower City. Miss Lily Murray has returned from a month's vacation at Philadelphia. The Rev. Fetterhoff and family, of Pottsville, spent Satur day at the picnic in Thompson's grove. —Miss Ruth Machamer returned to her home at Branchdale after a pleasant visit to her grandmother.—Mrs. Robert Schrope, Miss Elsie Erdman and Mrs. Harry Houtz and children, left for Herndon where they will attend the campmeeting. The Rev. Kutz and family and the Misses Carrie Moyer and Elizabeth Stauffer will spent their va cation at the Herndon compmeetlng.— Mrs. Robert Marsh, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. H. E. Buffington, of Lyens, spent Monday evening with friends here. J. R. Reinhard and son, Henry, returned home on Monday after visit ing Philadelphia and Atlantic City. Misses Martha and Beatrice Updegrove, of Philadelphia, are spending their va cation with their sister. Mrs. G. Trout man. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kehler, Mrs. George Hess and Mrs. Albert Erd man and daughter spent Thursday at Herndon campmeeting.. Thompson town. Mlsa Grace Sher mer, of Payson, Utah, visited Mrs. George Hlbbs this week. Mrs. Theo dore T. Haldeman Is visiting: her par ents at Washington, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keplar left on Tuesday for South Dakota. Mrs. G. B. Arnold and little son, of Hyattsvllle, Md., are visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Gross.— Mrs. Nate Vanhorn and Miss Annie Patton visited Mrs. Walter Thompson and Mrs. Carl Burrls at Mexico, Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Holdeman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, Misses Pearl and Emily and Paul Haldeman, of Winchester, Va., were guests of Mr v FOUR HUNDRED VIRGINIA CADETS AT LEE MONUMENT DEDICATION Erected by State of Virginia to Commander of Confederate Forces at Battle of Gettysburg; Ceremonies in October By Special Correspondence Gettysburg, Pa., Aug. 12.—Impor tant highways leading out of this place are getting a coat of oil this week by workmen employed by the State, but none of the dirt roads under State control will be given the treatment this year. The road from here to New Oxford, a distance of ten miles, part of the Lincoln Highway, is being given a coating of asphaltlc, oil and stone chips.—An automobile tourist party from Cleveland, Ohio, on ar riving here from Frederick discovered that a. ladies' handbag had been lost out of the car. The bag contained money and Jewelry to the amount of S4OO. —Four hundred cadets from the Virginia Military Institute at Lexing ton. Virginia, will come to Gettysburg for the dedication of the monument which the State of Virginia is erecting Young People Hold Union Meetings at Blain Churches Blaln, Pa., Aug. 12.—A Union Young By Special Correspondence People's Meeting was held on Sunday evening in the Reformed Church and a union meeting will be held in the Lutheran Church to-morrow evennig. —Myrtle Wentz visited at Lakewood, N. J. James H. Snyder of Ohio, is visiting the family of En>mett Trostle. Lester Peck, 10-year-old son of David Peck, was taken to the Harrisburg Hospital for treatment of necrosis of the bone in his leg below the knee. Miss Grace Smith, Mrs. Homas Wagner and son of Harrisburg visited E. M. Wilt. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Seilhamer and Stanley Knox, of Harrisburg, visited the Rev. G. H. Knox at the Methodist parsonage. Mary Kistler, Mrs. A. B. Bueher, of New York and Edith McNlnch of Pittsburgh, are guests of Mrs. Caroline Kistler. Mrs. Annie Woods and A. C. Henry, teachers In the Lutheran Sunday school, gave a pcnlc for their classes In Sherman's Park. —The Rev. R. W. Woods of Pittsburgh, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Woods, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Woods and baby, of Boiling Springs, visited their father, W. W. Woods, who is ill. Huckleberries are an abundant crop on the mountains in this locality. Mae Wentzell visited In Shamoltln. Miss Grace Morrow of Pittsburgh is visiting her grand mother, Mrs. Matilda Morrow. Mount Olivet Campmeeting Sessions Open at Dillsburg By Special Correspondence Dillsburg. Pa., Aug. 12. —Ralph Bol linger, of Siddonsburg. and Miss Jen nie Harlan, of Dillsburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herlan, yere married at the Dillsburg Lutheran parsonage by the bride's pastor, the Rev. George W. Eveler, on Thursday evening. Miss Alma Coulson, school teacher, has re turned home from a visit at Elizabeth town.—Miss At'aline Irrgang returned home from a trip to Olean, N. Y, and Connecticut. —Alvln and Elda Weaver, of AnnvlUe, spent several days with Mrs. A. L. Helges.—Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Heiges spent Wednesday at Harrls burg.—Robert Nelson and family, who spent several days In Adams county with Lewis Bushey and family, have returned home. —Harry Bushey and Misses Elise Boesh and Carrie Bushey motored to Doubling Gap on Sunday. —Miss Maude Forry spent Sunday at Harrlsburg.—Austin Lerew, who has been at Boston. Mass., Is spending sev eral days with hi* mother, Mrs. Maggie Lerew.—Miss Mcllwayne, a member of the faculty of Smith's College, is being entertained at the home of Miss Mar tha Bailey.—The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Segelken, of Steelton, are visiting at the home of G. W. Brltcher.—Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Herehner spent Sunday with Dr. W. L. Crawford. —Miss Mary Clapsaddle returned home from a visit to Hagerstown. Md., Pen Mar. Mer cersburg and Chambersburg.—Teach ers have been placed for the school term as follows: Principal, Professor Donor, of Carlisle: assistant. Myrtle Mayberry; grammar, Marietta Menear; second Intermediate, Ethel Rearick; first Intermediate, Hulda Bender, and primary, Professor D. B. Bober. Mount Olivet union campmeeting opened vesterday, to continue ten days. Evangelist Harrison will have charge and ministers from neighboring cities will attend. August 19 will be rally day and a special program will be ren dered by the young people, the union orchestra and the choir.—Harold Rea rick has successfully passed an ex amination as train dispatcher for the Philadelphia and Reading and is look ing forward to an early appointment in that Important position. Mr. Rea rick has been doing night work in the train dispatcher's office for the past five years.—Miss Ada Weaver, of York Springs, is vlsltin? her uncle, Charles Weaver.—Mrs. L. L. Bentz called on Mrs. E. Lutz at Mechanlcsburg Mon day —George Seibert and family called on Mrs. Hikes at Blglervllle.—Mr. and Mrs. John Goudy visited Harrlsburg friends on Wednesday.—Mrs. W. H. Lerew and daughter. Mrs. Chester Stouffer. were Harrlsburg visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Spahr, of Harrls burg. spent Sunday with Robert Spahr. Miss Margarette Balsch returned home from a ten days' visit to Harrls burg friends. —Miss Ethel Smith, of Harrisburg. Is visiting her grand parents, Mr .and Mrs. Niles Balsh. Their Children Surprise Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jury By Special Correspondence Rife, Pa.. Aug. 12.—The Rife Union Sunday School voted last Sunday to hold its annual picnic on the second Saturday of September at Lenker's Station. Harrv Longaboch Is em ployed at the Mil'ersburg water plant, where they are making repairs.—Mil- dred and Mlle<! Strohecker are spend ing some time at. Harrlsburg.—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jury were surprised on Sunday when all their children and near friends came home except two who live In the West. Mr. Jury is a Civil War veteran and they are the oldest couple in this neighborhood.— Mrs. Allen Cooper and daughter called on her mother and family at Kllllnger on Sunday.—Mrs. D. F. Smeltzer and children and Miss Kate Bohner, of Elizabethville, are spending some.tlme at the home of Frank Forney. and Mrs. A. G. Holdeman and Mrs. J. G. Hnldeman from Saturday to Tuesday. While enroute home they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. EMward Holdeman, of 203 Harris street, Harrlsburg. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Patterson, of Miff lin; C. C. Tennis, of Pittsburgh; J. C. Tennis, of New York; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Walbrldge, son and daugh ter, of Toledo, 0.. were guests at the Tenuis home, Sunday. Miss Mabel Ripman returned from visiting her friend. Miss Mabel Rltzman at Millers town. The Misses Marguerite and Elgarda Tennis, with their house guests, are spending the week-end at • house party in Yeagertown, the guests of Mrs. Musser. AUGUST 12, 1916. to the memory of General Robert E. Lee. commander of the Confederate forces at the battle of Gettysburg. The dedication will be hold in October. — Chief Justice J. Hay Brown, of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, was a visitor for several days.—An automo bile party from Strlnestown, York county, furnished themselves with music for their trip here by having an electric organ placed in the car. Entertainments were given at different places In town and on the battlefield with the Instrument. It Is claimed that there are only three of these in struments in the United States.— County Commissioners H. B. Slagle, H. J. March and E. C. Keefer, with their clerk. G. Allen Yohe, attended the annual convention of the County Commissioners of the State at Mead ville this week. Halifax Township Gander Dies at Age of 19 Years By Special Correspondence Halifax, Pa., Aug. 12.—Mrs. John Williams and children, spent several days at the home of Edward Weaver, at Waynesville.—Miss Lillle Lebo spent several days at Lucknow. —Miss May Bland, of Harrlsburg, spent Sun day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Lebo.—Miss Florence F&uber, of Philadelphia, is spending a vacation at the home of J. C. Blxler.—Jesse Mc- Nalr and family, of Steelton. spent Sunday at the home of W. B. Bowman. -—Emma Hoffman and Marie Green spent Sunday at Oberlln. —Mrs. Sarah Sweigard is seriously ill at her home here. —Misses Mae Douglass and Cath arine Barnett, of Steelton, spent part of the week at the home of J. A. Al bert.—Postmaster Harry S. Noblet was at Harrlsburg on Wednesday.— Mrs. Roy Smith and two children, of Nlles, Ohio, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Ettlen.—The Rev. and Mrs. James Cunningham and three children, of Middletown. arc vis iting friends here. The Rev. Cun ningham was a former pastor of the local Methodist Episcopal church. Mr. ajld Mrs. H. B. Spahr, of Harris burg, spent Sunday at the home of her father, John Crutzer.—Elmer Daugh erty spent Saturday with friends at Dauphin and Stngersvllle. Jacob Baker, of Harrlsburg, spent several days with his daughter, Mrs. Urban Lebo.—Charles F. Ballon, a Civil War Veteran, living below town, was taken seriously ill on Sunday.—The Rev. and Mrs. George M. Rlchter, of Coateeville, are spending several weeks with his mother, Mrs. Carl Rlchter. —Miss Ber tha Richter. after a pleasant two weeks' vacation at home, returned to Washington, D. C., on Sunday.—Miss Minnie Alvords spent this week with relatives at Lykens and Williamstown. —Charles Rhoads, of Dauphin, catcher of the Halifax baseball team, has been given his release. —A gander belong ing to A. C. Newbaum, of Halifax township, died on Monday at the age of 19 years.—Mr. and S}rs. James Eby, of New Cumberland, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clem son on the island near town. —Perci- val Hill and daughter Isabel, and his mother-in-law, Mrs. D. G. Alter, spent Sunday with Mrs. Hill, who is sum mering at Mt. Holly Springs.—Mr. and Mrs. James E. Neltz spent Sunday at Port Treverton. —Clayton Flckes, of Steelton. spent several days at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Daniel Miller.—William Tobias, of Hershey. spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Tobias. Wiconisco People Spend Week at Herndon Camp By Special Correspondence Wiconisco, Pa., Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Haydon Prout and son, Haydon. of Mauch Chunk, are spending several weeks at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Prout. William Jones, of Johnstown is spending some time at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan'el Jones. Mr. and Mrs. John Acaley, have returned home from a two weeks' visit to Brooklyn, N. Y. The following per sons are encamped at Herndon Camp meeting for the week: Mrs. W. O. Welst and daughter, Margaret; Etta Kerstetter, Dora and Anna Shadle, Anna Stecker and the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Warfel. Mrs. Maude Rosener Is visiting Harrlsburg relatives. William Reeser and family are spend ing some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reeser. Misses Margaret Schoffstall, Amelia Seip, and Mildred Koppenhaver, are spending a week's vacation at Rolling Greens.-*— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Deitrich, of Har rlsburg, are visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Acaley. Harper Welst, of Harrls burg, and Harry Weist, of Yeager town, spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Schreffler. I" 1 - m TT yTHEN lunch or supper VV seems a long time off and you're hungry, eat I Just enough to satisfy—to keep you going till meal time L flaky that Jthey won't^spoil GEORGE DIETZ IS NEW BANK TELLER Takes Place in Mechanicsburg National Made Vacant by Death' of N. M. Wertz MITE SOCIETY SOCIAL' Dr. E. E, Campbell, Ex-Presi dent of Irving College, Will Make Home at Washington Mechanicsburg, Pa., Aug. 12.—This evening the Rescue Hook and Ladder .Company will hold a festival in the truckhouse and on the lawn at the rear. The Singer Bund will furnish music. At a meeting of the board • of directors of the Mechanicsburg National Bank on Tuesday, George Dietz, was promoted from the position of bookkeeper to teller, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Nevln M. Wertz. Dr. E. E. Campbell, ex president of Irving College, will live at Washington, D. C., moving there about September 1. On Thursday evening the Trindle Spring Mite So ciety held a box social at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heagy Weaver in Rox bury, about two miles west of town. Mrs. Elizabeth Neiswanger returned to her home in Willamette, 111., after spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mumma near town. Mirs Ida Eberly has returned home after a visit to Mt. Holly Springs. H. N. Cromleigh was at Newvllle on Tuesday attending the district con vention of the Sons of America. Miss Bessie Basehore has returned home from State College. Mrs. Susan Raffensberger, Mrs. M. B.lbaeh and daughter, Isabel, left on Tuesday to spend a week at Mt. Wolfe. After spending two weeks in Me chanicsburg, the gtiests of Mrs. S. J. Mountz and other relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker will leave for their home at Springfield, 0., to-day. —The Mite Society of St. Paul's Reformed Church held a meeting at Boiling Springs Park on Thursday afternoon. Miss Grace Adams was a visitor at York this week. Mrs. Percy Martin and daughter. Miss Sara have returned home from a trip to Atlantic City. Miss Ruth Hefflefinger was a visitor at Atlantic City. On Saturday eve ning, August 19, the Mte Society of Trindle Spring Lutheran Church will hold a chicken corn soup supper at the Rescue Hook and Ladder engine house.—Miss M. Pauline Ninlnger left to-day for Atlantic City where she will spend several weeks. Miss Mary Furst is home after spending several weeks at Stone Harbor, Cape May and Wiftlwood, N. J. Mrs. Parsons of Glenside was the guest of Mrs. J. H. Kuhns, South Market street. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN PICNIC By Special Correspondent* Berrysburg, Pa., Aug. 12. Frank Delbler, who has been helpless with inflammatory rheumatism for some time, is now able to walk around.— On Tuesday while Harvey Deibler was helping to put away oats, he dizzy after starting for home was over come with the heat and was taken home.—Mrs. John Miller and children, after spending a number of weeks with her parents, have returned to their home at Harrlsburg.—The shirt fac tory is nearly completed and is ex. pected will start operations Septem ber I.—Mrs. Charles Lebo has re turned from Philadelphia, where she nursed her daughter, Mrs. Hoffman. Mrs. Walter Swartz has gone to tako her place. Miss Helen Daniel re turned from an extended visit to Her shey and York. —Waldron Lebo Is spending several days at home. —The St. John's Lutheran picnic is being held in Ilennlnger's Grove to-day. The town band is furnishing music.—Miss Helen Miller and Miss Isabell Cambell, of Philadelphia, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Mil ler.—Charles Kebaugh and family and Miss Hazel Deibler are at Herndon campmeetlng. Mrs. Harry Andress and daughter Anna, left here Tuesday for Philadelphia and in a few days will leave for California, where she will join her husband. —Miss Falena Shank, of Lancaster, is a visitor at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Huyett. PEOPLES' ANNUAL PICXIC By Special Correspondence Malta, Pa., Aug. 12. The Thirty first Annual Peoples' Picnic under the auspices of the Lutheran Sunday school of Malta, was held on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Schlegel, of Danville visited at the home of Rob ert B. Zerbe and family over Sunday. Lincoln Underkoffler, of Sunbury, was the guest of Mrs. Mary Grimm on Sunday. W. L. Zerbe, of Tower City, had business here, recently. Mrs. Enoch Williams, of Williams-- town, called on relatives here for sev eral days, Harry Agnew and fam ily, of West Collinswood, N. J., are spending a week at the home of H. C. Witmer and family, here at present. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Zerbe were county seat visitors on Wednes day.