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Parents Die of Influenza and
Youngster Added
to Big Fishff Family
Lcwlstowii, Ph., "Dec. 23.—1\ hile I
Justice of the Peace VanNatta, wus |
busy in his office, a middle-aged J
woman walked in and stated that she j
was Mrs. Hurley Fisher, of near ;
Granville. Mlffiln county, and that |
she wished advice on the legal pro- |
cedure of adopting an infant.
Mr. VanNatta informed the worn- j
an that he hail found homes for a j
number of unfortunates in infancy, .
but that he had no legal power to i
go through with the proceedings of i
adoption, but h, gave Mrs. Fisher j
the uecessarv advice. !
Mrs. Fisher told how the child s j
mother died during the recent epi
demic of Influenza and that the fath
er had gave the wee mite into the
care of another woman and this
woman also contracted the influenza
and died. This left the baby home
less and the Fisher family decided
out of goodness of heart to adopt it.
The Fishers already have a family
of 15 children. 13 boys and two girls. ,
Marietta, Pa., Dec. 23.—James
Straver, of Highmount, opposite j
Marietta, killed a porker on Satur- j
dav that dressed over SOO pounds and i
measured seven feet four inches in
length. It was the largest and heavi- |
est porker ever butchered in the.
county. I
I-" ——"■■Tgyy
I Cough Syrup
Combining the best ingredients,
its soothing remedial properties will
act quickly in cases of
Coughs, Colds
Grippe, Catarrh
Have it on the medicine shelf, ready for
the ailments of the respiratory organs that
come on so suddenly at this season. Very !
pleasant for children to take because of its
inviting aroma and taste. Take according
to directions that come with each bottle
You'll find it at your druggist's or dealer
in medicine.
Made by The Dill Co., Norristown, Pa.
Also manufacturers of those reliable
Dill's Liver Pills
1 Dill's Balm of Life
1 Dill's Worm Syrup
Dill's Kidney Pills
I A sic your Druggist or Dealer in Medicine. j
The hind mother alwaye kept ■
—I I illl UJWHJUIIii-iJgfflgro
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Gorgas Drug Stores
16 N. Third St.
Poiina. Station
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J Buy Here Hot Alone Because Prices Are Lower, but Because Qualities Are Better | i
I Odd Lots Of ;
i Holiday Goods
; ,On Sale Tuesday At
: Geatly Reduced Prices ;
25c Department Store ||
• jj Where Every Day Is Bar gain Day ]
; 215 Market St. Opposite Courthouse •
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Wounded Soldier Home
From French Battlefield
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Moclianicsburg. Pa., Dec. 23. —Af-
iter having engaged in some of the!
| heaviest battles on the western J
j front with the famous Twenty-Eigh
| th Division. Frank Westfall, son of
j Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Westfall," Me
| chanlcsburg, R. D., arrived here on |
I a furlough and surprised his parents. I
Private Westfall was gassed and j
•in a basehospital in France.. His |
brother and comrade-in-arms. John j
• E. Westfall, was killed in action by i
; bis side on August 10. Both were
numbers of the One Hundred and
•Twelfth Infantry, Twenty-Eighth
| Division.
MeelianiesbUfg, Pa.,. Dec. 23.
! Lowering clouds and a downpour of
rain did not dampen the ordor of
; members of the Methodist Episco-1
; pal Sunday school yesterday morn- |
; ing, .when a Christmas entertain- i
: ment was given by the younger
j scholars. The room was gay in dec-'
orations of holiday greens, scarlet j
i geraniums, Christmas trees and Red |
I Cross posters were on the walls. The j
| collection, which was for the Arrnen- j
ian fund, amounted to more than j
| forty dollars. An enjoyable program i
1 was given and the children were
, especially interesting in the part as- |
I signed to them. Christmas hymns. |
i and recitations with an address, full |
] of the spirit of the season, by the l
j pastor, the Rev. Ellis Bell, made up j
j the program.
j Carlisle, Pa.. Dec. 23.—The final i
i push in the Red Cross Christmas j
! rolicall drive was on to-day by the j
I workers of the Carlisle chapter and j
| auxiliaries. The majority of the I
old members are renewing their sub- |
i seriptions and new ones are being
i secured so that the final totals in j
i this district are expected to show |
!an increase. There will be the usual
i Christmas eve illumination of the
j windows of the town and the cross- I
j os - —j
For Itching Torture
| There is one remedy that seldom
J fails to stop itching torture and relieve
| skin irritation and that makes the skin
! soft, clear and healthy.
! Any druggist can supply you with
! zemo, which generally overcomes all
• skin diseases. Acnc, eczema, itch, pirn
! pies, rashes, blackheads in most cases
! give way to zemo. Frequently, minor
; blemishes disappear overnight. Itching
| usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe,
; antiseptic liquid, clean, easy to use and
I dependable. It costs only 35c; an extra
large bottle, SI.OO. It will not stain, is
I not greasy or sticky and. is positively
I safe for tender, sensitive skins.
I The E. W. r.-r." C-... C'jvclanj. O
Log Fractured by Piect of
Shell; Machine Gun Bullets
All Over the Body
Carlisle, Pa.. Dec. 23. —Wounded
eighteen times, in a Hun prison
camp and released and on the road
to recovery is the experience of
Frank Petre, a son of William Petre,
of Carlisle, who saw service with the
Pennsylvania troops. Ho was wound
ed in the September lighting, one
I leg being fractured by a high ex
plosive shell, ten machine gun
wounds in his body, four on one
| thigh and three about the head.
Defense Committee Listing
Names For Honor Roll
Carlisle. Pa., Dec. 23.—A special
drive is being made by the members
of the Cumberland County Council
of the various community councils
of the Cumberland County Council
of National Defense to close up the
listing of the men in section for the
county roll of honor by the first of
the year. Red Cross chapters are
assisting in the towns and several
j hundred men have been recorded
with a large mass of individual and
j historical data.
Plans are being made for the con
| struction here of a permanent mem
orial of some kind and several de
| signs have already been submitted
Carlisle, Pa., Dec. 23.—The com-]
! ing of peace will be suitably re-1
! membered in the Christmas services j
'of Carlisle, an ambitious program,
having been planned. All of the de- j
nominations will have special serv- j
ices on the day and the usual en- j
tertainments for the youngsters will j
be resumed on the former scale. The i
exercises in connection with the j
community Christmas tree will be- (
gin oir Christmas eve and soldiers j
from the general hospital will assist j
lat the first service. Plans are hcioff,
' made for entertainments and special,
! services for the soldiers stationed
| here.
jtcclianicsburg. Pa- Dec - 23
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Fuller. West (
Main street, announce the birth of a |
! son, on Friday night Mrs. Faller,
i was formerly Miss Helen Schroedet
1 of this place. *
| Hummclstown, Dec. 23.——'To-mor-
I row afternoon at 1 o'clflck the fourth
land fifth grade pupils will render the
following program in the fifth grade
room: Piano duet, Anna Barclay and
I Maude Taylor, song, Christmas carol;
' recitation, "Watching in Christmas,
i Beatrice Ebersole; playlet, "When
i Santa Was Tired," fourth grade;
i fong, "Christmas at Sea;" recitation,
I "An Adventure With Santa Claus,"
Witmer Allwein; piano solo, "Our
I Message;" playlet, "Dolls Farewell,'
| fifth grade; vocal solo, "The Glad
j Christmas Moon." Caroline Wise;
recitation, "Shy Santa Claus," Flor
| enee Stephenson; song, "Jolly Santa
Claus;" folk dance, Christmas
| Wreath, fifth grade; recitation, j
George Snyder; playlet, -"Christmas
in Naughty Land," fifth grade; song,
"The Star Spangled Banner."
Mt. Wolf, Pa., Dec 23.—Attract
ed by the high wages being paid
for night labor at the Marsh Run
quartermaster's station, a number
of local workmen-have accepted po
sitions thfere during the past week.
It is said that $7 a night is being
paid. Among those to accept work
at the Marsh Run plant are: Ser
geant Duffield, John Murphy, Wil
bert Brenneman and others.
Gettysburg, Pa.. Dec. 23.—Under
the direction of Milton R. Remrael
the choir of the Methodist Episcopal
Church last 3/ening rendered the
Christmas cantata, "To Bethlehem "
by E. K. Heyser.
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Mechanicsburg Surgeon
Chief in Occupation Army
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Mcohnnlcsburg, Pa., Dec. 23.
Gradually being promoted for effi
cient work on the western front,
friends of Colonel J. Weir
er, a native-born Mechanicsburger,
will be glad to hear that he lias been
| honored by promotion to chief sur-
I geon of the Army of Occupation,
! now on German soil. The informa-
I tion came in a letter last week to
I his wife, who with two sons, is
j spending some time with her fnth
j er, John M. Underwood, West Main
| street. Dr. Grissinger saijed for
I France as chief surgeon of the Rain
j bow Division, with rank of lieuten
ant colonel. In less than one year
jin France he gained the rank of
| colonel, then assigned as chief sur
geon of the First Army Corps and
now the present position.
Union Deposit, Pa., Dec. 23.—John
Peiffer, aged 78 years, died on Fri
day at his home in Hanover street,
1 after an illnes of several days. He |
! was a well known resident and a
I member of the Reformed Church.
;H e is survived by three daughters,
| Mrs. John Shellenhammer, of Derry;
I Mrs. George Miller and Mrs. Henry
Ginder, of Union Deposit; six sons,
Calvin S., Harrisburg; Hiram, of
East Hanover; Howard, of Steelton;
Henry, Edward and Charles, of
| Union Deposit; also twenty-four
grandchildren and five great fjrand
-1 children. Funeral services will be
I held to-morrow morning in charge
j of the Rev. Arthur R. King, of Hum
melstown, and the Rev. Henry
Welker, of Myerstown. Burial will be
| made in the Union Deposit cemetery.
Waynesboro, Pa., Dec. 23. —The
: will of Henry Spangler, lat e of the
I borough of Mercersburg, deceased,
was probated. His widow, Mary F.
! Spangler and son, Henry H. Spang
ler, uro named as executors. He
leaves an estate of over SIOO,OOO,
j which is equally divided among the
widow and children. No bequests of
public interest were made.
The will of Henry L. Lackove, of
Mercersburg, was also probated. He
was a soldier and was killed in
France. He left an estate of SIO,OOO.
Liverpool, Pa., Dec. 23. —The fol
lowing membership committee of the
Red CroSs: Mrs. Wesley Coffman,
Mrp. H. A. Long, Mrs. S. A. Derr,
Mrs. Frank Koch, Mrs. T. J. Wil
liamson, Mrs. H. A. S. Shuler, Miss
Bair and Mrs. Walter Wert will con
duct a house-to-house canvas this
week to secur e a 100 per cent, en
rollment in the Red Cross member
ship drive which is on nbw.
Mt. Wolf, Pa., Dec. 23. Mrs.
Margaret Hoover, widow of David
Hoover, died on Saturday evening
at 5 o'clock, at the home of her
son-in-law, J. She was
72 years old and is survived by one
son, William M. Hoover, of New
Holland, and five daughters, Mrs. J.
J. Rodes, Mt. Wolf; Mrs. Adam
Kohler and Mrs. Harvey Everhart,
of Manchester, and Mrs. Samuel
Melhorn and Mrs. Victor Stauffer, of
Mt. Wolf, Pa., Dec. 23. —Cecil Be
shore, son of Jacob Beshore, was
discharged on Friday from the Na
tional Army, at Fort Benjamin Har
rison, Ind., to which place he had
been transferred from Camp
Meade, Md Private Beshore was a
member of a contingent of draftees
leaving hero last September. He
had been employed at the Mount
Wolf Pennsylvania railroad station
prior to entering the service.
Mt. Wolf, Pa., Dec. 23. Susie,
wife of N. H. Miller, died at noon
Saturday at her home at New Hol
land, from pneumonia She was 36
years and and is survived by her
! husband, her father, Jacob Doll, and
| four sisters and brothers, Arthur,
I Mertie and Millie Doll and Mrs. Har
j ry Miller, the latter of Red Lion.
, Duncannon, Pa., Dec. "3.—Christ
mas vacation in the liuncannon
schools will be considerably short
ened this year, so that some of the
time lost when the schools were closed
during the influenza epidemic may be
1 made up. Instead of being permitted
'■ one week off. as usual, the students
this year will have only one and one
half days, starting at noon on Tues
Duncnnnon, Pa., Dec. 23.— 1 -Chrlstmuaj
Eve in Duncannon will be. marked by
some good, old-fashioned customs,
The Senior class of the Duncannon
i High School, together with nny per
j sons that may desire to Join them.
| will meet at the Duncannon school
house at 10 o'clock to-morrow even
ing and go about the borough singing
I their Christmas carols.
i Marietta, Pa., Dec. 23.—The Rev.
William S. Gerhardt, of Jefferson,
Maryland, has accepted the call to
become pastor of the Eden and East
Petersburg Reformed Churches, and
! will assume his new duties sooo, He
| will succeed the Rev. H, Rumeitntl.
Suburban Notes
R. Huston Lelby, a student nt Mer
cersburg Academy, Is spending his
I Christmas vacation with his parents
Mrs. Chester Wright and daughter.
Miss Creta Dorothy Wright, ore vis
iting with relatives ut.Phlludelphlu.
Miss Helen Saucernuin, who has
been studying music at Duyton, Vs.,
has returned to her home hero to
, spend the holiday season,
j Vernon Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs.
I Jacob Myers, has entered the United
states railway mail service. He Is on
I trains running between Philadelphia
aftd Pittsburgh.
Mrs. G. H. Howe and daughter, Clee
Ilowe, of Millerstown, visited friends
here on Thursday.
Miss Miriam Wagner .nd Miss Ida
Delmer spent several days at Altoona.
Mrs. Harry Llndley, of Mlddletown, |
was the guest of Mrs. Charles Bale un
Paul Cassel, who has been in the I
United States Army, stationed at Del
Rio, Texas, for the past live years, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Da- I
vid W. Cassel.
Mrs. Joseph Gensler and daughter.!
Miss Edith Gensler, visited friends nt!
Hnrrlsburg on Saturday.
Mrs. Charles Zerfoss spent the
weekend at Oberlin, the guest of Mrs.
Jacob Myers.
Mrs. Harry Gresh and son, Walter
Greslr, spent the weekend at Philadel
Miss Elizabeth Derr, a student at
Irving College, Mechanicsburg, is
spending the Christmas vacatioh
here with her mother, Mrs. S. A.
Miss Margaret Helmbucher, a stu
dent at Penn Hall, Chambersburg,
is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frazter Stailey.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stailey, of
Harrisburg, were recent visitors here
with Albert Hoffman and family.
J. D. Wltmer and family, of Har
risburg, visited here with relatives
this week.
Miss Caroline Mitchell, a student
at Coomb's Conservatory of Music.
Philadelphia, is homo for the vaca
tion with her parents, Prof, and
Mrs. H. O. Mitchell.
Mrs. P. K. Brink is visiting rela
tives at Duncannon.
Miss Puera B. Robison, a member
of the faculty at Willlamsport
Dickinson Seminary, is spending the
Christmas vacation here with her
mothec. Mrs. Emma Robison.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Shaffer spent a
day at Harrisburg.
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Miler and Mrs.
Harry Messener were at Harrisburg
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lesher were vis
itors at Harrisburg recently.
George McSurdy, of Coaiesville, at- j
tended the funeral of his brother, Ed- j
ward McSurdy, who was buried here
| Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Plunkett and;
Ross Davies, of MinersviUe, attended
the McSurdy f.-'neral.
Mrs. Frank Amthor, of New Jersey, i
has arrived here to snend the holidays
With her mother. ™
Mrs. W. E. Jones and son, Haydon
Jones, were at Pottsville last week.
Private Gordon Britton. the first
Williamstown boy to arrive home
from overseas, Is here.
Mrs. George Shomper and Mrs. John
Dinger spent a day at Harrisburg.
John Whltemnn, of Mlnersville,
spent several days wih his mother,
Mrs. Thomas James.
Word was received here that Mark
Adams and Stanley Adams, wounded
in France, had arrived in New York
from overseas and were taken to hos
George Hughes, of Scranton, visited
his aunt at the Mansion House.
Joseph Stites arrived on Saturday to'
spend the holidays with his parents,!
Dr. and Mrs. G. Stites.
John E. Philips spent several days
at Nanticoke.
Mrs. John la*onard, of Marysville, is
the guest of her son, Leroy Leonard.
Misses Ella Brightblll and Emn-.n
Bomberger were guests sf friends at
Lawn recently.
Mrs. George Child, of New York
City, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.
C. Ray for several weeks.
Mrs. Elizabeth Whitmoyer is spend
ing several weeks at Philadelphia, the
guest of her son.
Mrs. T. S. Loose and son, Edward
Loose, spent a day at Lebanon.
Ensign and Mrs. Philo Statton and
Mrs. Paul Kreider spent Friday at
Miss I-aura Millard, a student 0.
Goueher College, Baltimore, Md., is
spending the holidays here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Millard,
of Millarden.
Prof. S. O. Grimm made a trip to
I Philadelphia over the weekend.
| Dr. Clara Holtzhaus'ser spent sev
j eral days at Baltimore, Md,
It has been learned here that Major
I Roger a. B. Hartz, a graduate of Leb-
I anon Valley College, has been pro-]
j moted to the rank of lieutenant-colo
nel. He served on the Mexican bor
! der.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ell Miller, of Annvllle,
have received a telegram from the
War Department stating that their
son. Miles Miller, was wounded and 1
gassed in France.
Mrs. F. S. Wagenseller, of Sellns-'
grove, is the guest of Prof, and Mrs.
K. E. aheldofi.
| John Cretzinger, after spending
; rome time in a hospital <n France re-!
covering from shell shock, has landed!
at New York.
Word has been received here from
! Harold Wine, a former student at Leu-1
j anon Valley College, who is now with
I Pershing's troops in France. He:
states that while German shrapnel!
• was flying around him, he escaped,
I without n scratch until he fell and!
; broke his arm. He expects to come,
home soon.
A Comfortable Scalp
After Using Cuticura
Dandruff, itching and irritation dis
appear after a hot shampoo witli
Cuticura Soap, especially if preceded
i'■ by an application of Cuticura Oint-
II ment the night before shampooing.
1 ! Sample Each Fi by MaU ,A<WrM pott rd:
. | ' Oattcara, Dapt 11A mt " everywhere.
■ Soap 26c. Olntm.nt and Me. Talcum 26c.
Names of Men Selected For
Coming Sessions of Court
at New Bloomficld
New Dloomfleld, Pa., Dec. 23.—Perry |
County Commissioners heve drawn
Jurors lor the January sessions of
Perry county court, as follows:
Grand Jurors—S. 15, Arnold, Sandy
Hill; . Samuel Blair, SavlUc; Frank
r.ix'or, New Buffalo; David 15. Book.
Jackson township; George Boyor,
Carroll township; Ard. Brandt, Tus
enrora township; I. G. Brunner. New
I Bloomiield; Pelrce Crow, Buffalo
! township; Robert C. Fulls, Tyrone!
I township; Charles Freeland, Howei
! township; J. P. Hocker, Marysville: i
William S. Koll, Tyrone township; O.
P. Knouse, Liverpool township; 11. A.
I Long, Liverpool; William Morctz, 01l-
I \er township; Newton J. Murray, Ltv
! or pool: James Reedcr, Juniata town
■ ship; Russell Rice, Spring township;
i Henry Saucaman, Saville; Emanuel
.Souder, Spring township: William
Sptnse, Whoatlield township: Leon
Taylor, Liverpool township; Emmctt
Trostle, Jackson township.
Traverse Jurors—Nat. Adams, Sa
ville; Colson Bnrner, .Greenwood
township; B. F. Blnttenberger, Diver
pool; George W. Cnrmiehaol, Morys
ville; Charles Eberly, Carroll town
ship; John R. Fritz, Penn township; i
Thomas Garber, Spring township; A.
0. Gray, Jackson township; H. O.
Hench, Jackson township; ll F. Hen
ry, Tyrone township; Charles A.
Johnson, Saville; Uriah Kines. Oliver
township; Raymond Kistler, Spring
I township; M. E. Lightner, Spring
township; Harry K. Mlnich, Sandy
Hill district; S. H. Nace, Marysvllle;
David Jfewlin, Oliver township; Edgar
Noll, Newport: L. F. Piatt. Marysville;
A. a. C. Raffe.ispcrger. Saville town
ship; Harry Sanders, Marysville; Reu
ben Selders, Buffalo township; Robe-t
Shuman, John E. Simon
ton, Saville township; Abram Smith,
Saville township; John T. Smith. Car
roll township: John D. Snyder, Liv
erpool; John W. Stahl, Sandy Hill dis
trict; Austin Steckley, Howe town--
ship; Jacob Steels. Watts township:!
1. 15. Stephens. Buffalo township; John
Stewart. Tyrone township; Charles J.
Wagner, Penn township; Isaiah Weav
er, Saville"' township; David Wertz,
Mnriottjt, Pa., Dee. 23.—Private-
Amos Bowman, of Marietta, who i
served in Company M, Three Hun- ]
Idred and Sixteenth United States In
j.fantry, and was badly gassed, has ar
rived home. His lather, Joseph P.
| Bowman, received the word by tele
• phone that he bad arrived in New
jlork and would be home to-morrow.
Private Earl Davis, of Rowenni,
.attached to the Seventy-ninth com
mand, will be home to-morrow. '
11 was wounded and gassed. His
brother, James, is still in France, in
a serious condition.
Mr. and Mrs. Robrt Hoffman, of
Stony Creek have received word
that their son. Corporal Nevin Hoff
man. was wounded in France, Oc
tober 11. He is a member of Com
pany K, Seventy-seventh Infantry.
Lcwlstown, Pa., Dec. 23.—Mr.
I Hawkins, an ice cream dealer of'
i Sixth street, received painful injuries
j while butchering on Saturday. While
stepping ground to pick up a fallen
j piece of machinery, h e ran his fore
| head against a large knife which
was being used by one of the men
[assisting in the work and received
I a bad wound over the left eye.
York Haven, Pa., Dec. 23.—The
1 York Haven troop of Boy Scouts
was organized at a meeting Friday
night at the schoolhouse. Eleven
• members, besides Scoutmaster J. E.
Whisler and Assistant Scoutmaster
J. H. Schmitt, were enrolled. Others
will join later. Another meeting
will be held next Friday night when
Scoutmaster Roy F. Zaner, head of
the York city scouts, and several
York scouts will be present to tell
of the work.
Jlllj Order Your vPA
Hershey Superior Ice Cream
Today, Without Fail
| The Rush is On. Don't Be Missed
■' . !
If you don't know the location of your nearest
dealer, 'phone us 77 on the Bell or 3252 on the Dial
J Maraschino Cherry
Neopolitan Brick
Finest Equipped Plant in Pennsylvania
t %
Man and Wife Die
Within Twenty-four Hours
Gettysburg, Pa., Dec. 23.—Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Stoner, living on a farm
near McKlngstown, have both fallen
victims to pneumonia following in
fluenza. The deaths occurred within
twenty-four hours of each othor, Mr.
Stoner's death occurring about 4
o'clock Friday afternoon, and Mrs.
Stoner, who had been ill for some
days, sank rapidly after her bus
band's death until she passed away
about 12 o'clock Saturday noon. Mr.
Stoner was 27 J'ears old, while Mrs.
Stoner was 25, the couple having
been murrled in 1916. The double
funeral was held this afternoon.
Tax Collector Charged
With Keeping Funds
| Gettysburg, Pa., Dec. 23.—-Frank
R. Reamer, an ex-tax collector of
Straban township, has been arrested
by County Detective Charles R. Wil
son, the information laid against him
being that he did fraudulently take,
convert and apply to 'his own use
money belonging to the said county
of Adams to the amount of S6O" so
collected by him from county taxes
of and for the year 1114, and that
he failed to pny the same over to
the proper persons legally authorized
to receive the same. When brought
before Justice of the Peace Jacob A.
Appier he gave ball in the sum of
i $ 1,000 'for court.
Sit. Wolf, Pa., Dec. 23.—There
will bo an absence of the usual
Yuletide entertainment In the lo
cal churches on Christmas night,
owing to the influenza epidemic.
Special sermons on the Nativity
were offered at yesterday's services
by the local pastors, the Rev George
A. Livingston, at St. John's Luth
eran, and the Rev. H. W. Zuse, at
the Mt Wolf United Brethren
Dauphin, Pa., Dec. 23.—Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Garman announce the
| birth of a son, Saturday, December
: 21. Mrs. Gnrmnn was formerly Miss
j Hlla Lebo, of Halifax.
lOtaedMsj Hot water
i |c_ Ws Km Sure Relief
I 1
Don't Worry,
Plenty o£
Christmas Trees
i Our shipper writes, "I have selected for you one of the finest ears
of trees we ever shipped." More beautiful than ever, and
Prices Will Be From 35c to 52.50 for the Very Largest
Plenty of trees for all —at the same prices—from Santa's own'',,*
woodland, cut by Santa's own little wood choppers. If you wish,
Just tell us the size and we will reserve for you a beautiful tree.
Schell's Seed Store
1307-09 Market St* Both Phones
— J
I | Reports Show That Strength;
;; Energy and Ambition Re
turn Very Slowly to Grippe
' i Patients.
; i After an attack of influenza, do©-
3 tors advise that nature be assisted
in its building-up process by the
use of a good tonic—one that will
not only put strength and endur
ance into the body, but will also
I! help to build up and strengthen the
j run-down cells of the brain.
< I One of the most highly reeom
f. mended remedies to put energy in-
I I to both body and brain is 810-feren
" —your physician knows the fonn
-1 ula—it is printed below.
! ' s There's iron in Bio-feren—the
I, kind of iron that makes red blood
j corpuscles and creates vigor. There
j is lecithin also; probably the best
t brain invlgorator known to science,
a Then there is good old reliable gon
i tian, that brings back your lagging
1 appetite.
• i There are other Ingredients that
help to promote good health, as
you can see by reading this form
ula, not forgetting kolo, that great
0 agent that puts the power of en
.l durance into weak people.
Taken altogether Bio-feren is a
splendid active tonic that will
greatly help any weak, run-down
y person to regain normal strength,
energy, ambition and endurance.
Bio-feren is sold by all reliable
t ! druggists and is inexpensive. For
n weakness after influenza patients
are advised to take two tablets
after each meal and one at bed
time seven a day, until health,
cl strength and vigor are fully re
e stored.
r It will not fail to help you and
s j if for any reason you are dissatis
_ fled with results your druggist is
authorized to return your money
upon request—without any red tap©
of any kind.
Note to physicians: There is no
secret about the formula of Bio
feren, it is printed on every pack
age- Here it is: Lecithin; Calcium
Glycero-phosphate; Iron Peptonate,
Manganese Peptonate; Ext. Nux.
Vomica; Powdered Gentian; Phe
nolphthaleln; Olearsln Capsicum.
| Kolo.
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