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Happenings of a Day in Central Pennsylvania
When Elmer Barrup Strikes
Hard Ground Base of His
Skull Is Fractured
EmlgSvUle, Pa., Dec. 18.—Elmer
Barrup, aged 36, a former resident
of Harrisburg wlio came here sev
eral months ago to work for the
Kmlgsville Quarry company, died as
the result of an unusual accident
last evening. Yesterday forenoon
Barrup, with two other workmen at
the quarry, was carrying iron pipe
from one place to another. One of (
the workmen slipped and fell. The
increased weight thrown upon Bar- .
rup and his companion caused
Barrup to fall. His impact with
the hard ground caused a fracture
at the base of the skull, although
his head did not strike the ground.
He was taken to his home here in
an unconscious condition and ling
ered until last evening when he
passed away without regaining con
sciousness. His widow and five chil
dren survive. Barrup has relatives
in Harrisburg.
While Woman Shops
House Is Badly Burned I
Waynesboro, Pa., Dee. 18.—Firei
of unknown origin badly damaged
a frame house in West Fourth
street, occupied by Luther Kemper
and Granville Shaffer. The loss
will amount probably to $1,500.
The conflagration started on the
Kemper side of the house and was
discovered by Mrs. Charles Baker.
Mrs. Kemper was down town on a
shopping tour at the time. During
.her absence an explosion was heard
by neighbors and this it is thought
resulted in a lire that practically
gutted the lirst floor of their side of
tho house. The upper story was
unharmed. The Shaffer side of the |
"house was scarcely damaged.
Youth Brings Down
Big Deer on Last Day
Huntingdon. Pa., Dec. 18.—Gun- |
ning near Spruce Creek on the last i
day of the deer season, members of
the Hollidaysburg-Spruce Creek j
hunting club, composed of Kenneth j
Hileman, Roy Keller and W. M. |
Bouslough, all of Ilotlidaysburg and |
Edwin. Guy and E. V. Kocher. i
George, Albert and Roy Wilson and |
Paul Henry, all of Spruce Crock,
brought down a seven-prong buck, j
The animal was one of the finest
brought down in this part of the
State. Edwin Kocher, aged 15, one I
of the youngest nimrods, was the I
iucky hunter. The party gunned I
along the barrens near Spruce Creek.'
Cell-O-San Ends Sore Throat
and Stiff Neck In One Night
In Many Cases, Says Specialist —Tells How New Dis
covery Fights Inflammation and Often Gives Almost
Instant Relief For Colds and Catarrh
Many people any that Cell-O-
San is inngle ami Hint It works
by some mysterious charm. No
such claim enn he iiitKle, for al
though its notion may appear
marvelous, the results must he
attributed to recently discov
ered selentltle principles, the
Importance of which have been
cstublishcd lieyond doubt.
Physicians who
have used this new
discovery are amaz
ed at the startling
results. Their pa
tients are healed al
most as if by some
magic or miracu
lous power. Yet
Oeli-O-San is not a
drug and is abso-.
lutely harmless,
tven to a child. It is
offered to the public with a confi
dence that nothing like it has ever
before been placed within their
reach. It usually relieves cold in two
minutes and often ends it overnight.
With sore throat, stiff neck and na
sal catarrh the effects are frequently
so rapid and eNtraordlnary that
users of Cell-O-San have declared that
the seemingly impossible has been ac
complished. Cell-O-Ran acts upon
living cells which have become "sick"
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"Tlic House of Diamonds''
Store Open Evenings Until Christmas
When You Buy a Diamond
You arc not going to be satisfied until you have
seen our stock of diamond jewelry.
Everyone realizes that utmost care should he taken
in choosing the dealer from whom to make a diamond
purchase. For seventy years we .have kept the faith
with the buying public, which is the first reason why
you should conic to us for diamonds. Other reasons
Standard of Quality
Size of Stocks
Moderate Prices
Make selections now for Christmas
Since 1850 Harrisburg's Foremost Jewelry Store
,28 N. Second Street
Harrisburg Pcnita.
■ LITTLE LIVER compound I
mWtWVfoR "7 TU "™" g
United Brethren Are
to Give Entertainment
New Climbeiiaiitl, Pa., Dec. TB.
On Christmas evening an entertain
ment entitled "Santa's Christmas
Slipper" will be given in Trinity
United Brethren Church by a num
ber of young people and children of
the Sunday school. Santa Claus
will have a part on the program.
On Sunday evening, Dec. 28 at
7.30 o'clock the choir of the church
will render a beautiful cantata un
der the leadership of Miss Helen
j Lechthaler.
Enumerators Who V ill Get
Data For Government in
Neighboring County
Carlisle, Pa.. Dee. 18.— Census
enumerators for Cumberland county
have been appointed > as follows, ac
cording to announcement made here
last night: Thomas F. "Weist, New
ville: William J. Graham, Carlisle,
R D.; Charles H. Harnisli. West
Fairvlcw; R. A. Bowman, Me
chanicsburg, R. D.; H. A. °'
Horace C. Barner, Charles L. Coney,
Charles M. Goodhart, Shippensburg,
John A. Shoemaker, Charles W. Ot
to., Carlisle, R. P.; John A. Hand
shaw, New Kingston; Mrs. C. •
Towser, Camp Hill: A. Todd Coron
way. Bernard Nogcl, E. L. 1-aber,
Esther M. Park, William IT.
Scha offer, David M. Reese, J. b.
Armstrong, J. William Smith, t ar
lisle; Samuel J. Houston. Alma Hon
man, Carlisle, H. L).; William A. l a
vies, Gardners, R. D -i Effie, A
Wormlevsburg; Harold M. Hipplo.
Clarence A. Bainbridge, &n° ,a j
Russel Barrlck, Carlisle; David L.
Dietz, Mechanicsburg, R. D.; Frank
M. Oyler, Newville. R. D.; George VS.
Haggerly. bemoyne; I. C. Hess.
Shiremanstown; Eli P. Conley, New
Cumberland; C. J. Leigh. *'
Harriet S. Arbcgast, T. R. Winston,
David O. Smith. John IV. pugan,
Mechanicsburg: J. M. Durnin: Car
lisle R. D.: Major John W. Cleave,
Carlisle; Henry T. Hetsey, Boiling
Springs', Harwev W. Scheaffer,
Mount Holly Springs: Sara L.
Gracey, New Cumberland; John a.
Kelley, Newville; Fred C. Squires,
York Haven, Pa. Dee. 18.—The
funeral <>f Alexander FranU CPU
War who died nn Mnnd.ij.
was held t his afternoon from i*
home near here. Interment was made
in the Union at Manchester
The Rev. .1. 11. Schmitt. this place,
and the Rev. .1. 1\ Koontz. York
Haven, officiated.
the real cause of
colds, catarrh, sore
throat, stiff necks,
bronchitis, etc. By
conquering the in
llamniation through
its marvelous pen
etrating and heal
ing power it works
quickly to overcome
the disorder. Cell-
O-San is prepared
" from pure mineral
oils by newly discovered scientific
processes and the actions of electri
cal force. It is clean, simple, inex
pensive and easy to use. Try Cell-O-
San tonight and got the relief you
would scarcely have dreamed possible.
See if you do not find it absolutely
"different." Success and satisfaction
guaranteed or your druggist will re
fund your money tomorrow. Cell-O-San
is dispensed in this city by G. A. Gor
gas o stores; Kennedy Medicine Store,
J. Nelson Clark and Croll Keller.
William H. Miller lias Agent
in Switzerland; Sells
One For SSOO
Carlisle, Pa., Dec. 18.—Tho finest
goat herd In the United States
eventually will DO seen in North
Middleton townships, this county,
where William H. Miller, who re
cently sold a fine Swiss goat to L.
C. Buhl, of Upland, Cal., has bought
from Thomas Henry the former
Bretz farm of 73 acres. The farm
is about three miles distant from
Carlisle. A few days before Mr.
Miller had sold his farm of 86 acres
in the same township to Mrs. Ida
Gelslnger, of Chambersburg, for
$8,600. *
He bought the Bretz farm be
cause he believes it better adapted
for the raising of in which he
will deal extensively. He now has
an agent employed in Switzerland.
The goats he will purchase for Mr.
Miller will he sent to the West In
dies where they are to remain for
six months befttre being shipped to
Carlisle; When these and other
goats arrive Mr. Miller is certain he
will have one of the best if not the
best herd In the United States. He
has now 30 on his farm.
Mr. Miller has been in the goat
industry for some time and has
made a success of it; He is a
former Carlisler having been for
many years the expert students'
banker at the Carlisle Indian school.
New Company to Enlarge
Silk Mill at Huntingdon;
to Employ 900 People
Huntingdon, Pg„ Dec. 18.—The
silk mill hero is to be enlarged,
preparations being made to begin
work at once on a building 66 feet
wide, 510 feet long and two stories
high. 13. B. Myers of Pittsburgh,
assistant district manager of the
foundation Company Engineers, is
in town, looking for men and plac
ing orders for materials to be used
in the erection of the building.
When completed, the silk mill will
employ over 900 people,.
„-i? ,he i i " terests of the Susquehanna
silk mills have been taken over by
a new corporation, the Huntingdon
Specialty company, by whom they
will be operated, beginning Jan. 1.
At a meeting of the directors A. C.
\\ inget was appointed superinten
dent. Tito new corporation will be
run bv an advisory board, compris
ing the follow inn? persons: R. IT.
Moore, chairman; Messrs. A. f\
Winget, Herman Sliultz, Chalmer
a orris. Earl Swope andG. A. Gohrs,
all of Huntingdon.
Personal and Social News
of Towns on West Shore
V i£l , i' le ?.. Star '\J >f "Williams Grove,
ViV,.' d , h Lo , moth(, r. Mrs. Angellne
"tare, at Shiremanstown on Tuesday.
Mrs. Ralph Snyser and son. of
Shiremanstown, visited Mrs. Frank
j"J. ser at Mec hanicsburg on Wednes-
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ITess, of Shire
manatown, and the ltev. A IT
Geigley of Iron Springs, were enter
tained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. C M
Musselman at Lemovne.
Mr. and Mrs. IJoyd Stare. Mrs. An- 1
oelina Stare and daughter, Miss C!ail.
of Slnremanstown, spent Wednesday
SV, 1 , 1 ?. Mr -. and Mrs - Charles Stare, near
\\ illiams Grove.
Miss Clara Cromleigh, of Mechan
irsbtirg spent several davs with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. -William Crom
leigh. near Shiremanstown.
Miss Ruth Yohe, of I.etnoyne. has
gone to Penbrook to visit relatives,
after spending a week with her
grandparents at Shiremanstown.
Mr. Nickey. of Harrisburg, was a
business visitor at Shiremanstown on
Mrs. A. W. Bistline. of Shiremans
town. attended services in St..
Stephen's Protestant Episcopal
Church in Harrisburg Wednesday,
conducted by James Moore llickson.'
Gettysburg's New Industry
Starts With 22 Employes
Gettysburg, Pa., Dec. 18.—Men
dels Brothers Company, of Balti
more, manufacturers of house
dresses and middy bluoses, finished
installing machinery in the new
branch factory here and actual work
in the making of their product be
gan to-day.
Twenty-two employes are now op
erating the machines. As soon as
these learn and others can be se
cured additional workers will be
taken on until the full capacity of
the plant is in operation. This is
the first one of the three new in
dustries to locate here to start ac
tual work, the other two being
| hrnftches of the Eagle silk mill and
j a branch of the American Cigar
. Company.
I" —-
B Beckley's Business College |
121 Market .St.
i H Hell 125 Dial 401(1 ■
; Applicants For Insurance
Often Rejected
i Judglhg from reports from drug
i gists, who are constantly in direct
| touch with the public, there is one
I preparation that has been very suc
| cessful •In overcoming these condi
tions. The mild arrd healing influ
ence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is
soon realised. It stands the highest
1 for its remarkable record of success.
An examining physician for one
;of the prominent I.ife Insurance
' f'ompanles, in an interview of the
| subject, made the astonishing state-
I mer.-t that one reason why so many
j applicants for insurance are rejected
i is because kidney trouble is so coni-
I moil to the American people nnd
j the large majority of those whose
i applications are declined do not
I even suspect that they have the d'.s-
I ease. It Is on sale at all drug stores
1 In bottles of two sizes medium and
| large.
However if you wish llrst to tost
, this great preparation send ten cents
I to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blngliamtor.-,
iX. Y., for a sample bottle. When
j writing, be sure and mention the
i Harrisburg Telegraph.
Game Warden of Mifflin Says Deer Killed by Hunter Is Not
"Barney," Who Has Crippled Leg; Animal Brought
Down Has 18 Prongs, But Four Good Legs
I-cwistown, Pa., Dec. IS.—"Bar
ney," the famous old buck of the
Seven Mountain region, still roams
at large; at least this is what Game
Warden John J. Sluutterbach, who
has been traveling over this entire
region during the season just closed,
said to-day. It was reported that
George Switzer had brought down
the old deer, but Slautterbach says
the deer killed by Switzer was not
old "Barney." Switzer's deer was
an old one, having 18 prongs, nino
on either side, with all of them per
fect and with a spread large enough
to allow a man' to stand between
their points. When dressed the deer
weighed but 134 pounds.
Had it been "Barney"' it would
have cleaned 300 pounds, hunters
say. Besides, "Barney" has a crip
pled leg. Switzer's buck had four
good ones. A large posse spent the
final day of the season following the
light skift of snow in the hope that
they might get sight of the old deer,
but they failed.
According to Slautterbach. the
number of deer killed, iq Mifflin
county alone reached 125, as against
74 killed last seasbn. Three does
were killed, although five were re
Franklin County Official Of
fers Home to Aged Dray
man Who Helped Him
Chamhorsbni'g, Da., Dec. 18. —Re-
membering the man who gave him
his first job when he was a mere
youth, Jacob H. Mayer, •Franklin
county's new sheriff, has offered, a
home to Frank Dlsert, who has met
with misfortune in the past few
years and is now without a home
and somebody to care for him in his
okl age.
Wllhin the past week the house
in which Discrt made his home here
was burned and the plight of his old
friend so appealed to Mr. Mayer and j
his wife that they decided to give
him a home with them at the county
jail apartments. He will be given
light duties tp-perfprm and- will live
as a member of the Mayer family.
Speaking of his old friend. Sheriff- j
elect Mayor said he was the first man
to give him work and his first weekly
wage was 60 cents, pe continued
in the employ of Mr. Disert, who
conducted a drayagc business here j
for a number of years.
After Mr. Mayer moved to Way
nesboro many kind acts were done j
b.v Mr. Disert for the aged parents
of the man who will be his bene- j
New Sheriff of Adams
Gives Up Legion Place
Gettysburg, Pa., Dec. 18. — For**.'
Eichelberger, of Gardners Station,
has been elected commander ol the
Albert Lentz Post of the American
liegion here. He has been vice
commander of the Post since its or
ganization. John W. llartman, who
resigned as commander, did so be
cause he. was elected to the office j
of sheriff of Adams county to sue- |
eeed his father, and is therefore in- j
eligible to serve as head of the j
I soldiers' organization.
Other officers elected were David
Yoho, of Gettysburg, vice com- I
mander; Earl Stallsmith, Gettysburg,
post adjutant; Harry Trexell,
Gettysburg, finance officer; O. j
William Duncan. Gettysburg, his- |
torian, and C. G. Webner, of the
Seminary, chaplain.
Mount Wolf. Pa.. Deo. tS—The,
Mount Wolf band has elected the fol
! lowing officers: President. John}
Blessing: vice president. Karl L
Wolf; secretary. Herman K. Oreiman;
treasurer. George 11. Wolf: leader,
George 11. 1,. Diehl: assistant leader.:
B. F. Crumling; librarians. Charles,
Krebs. Charles Brown: trustees I
Jacob W. Lichty, Charles B. Wolf and
Lewis Krebs.
Columbia. Pa., Dee. 18.—The,
Jewish Relief Fund in Columbia is
now over SI,BOO and when the'drive 1
1 closes it will reach the two thou- j
sand dollar mark.
Little Lines From Nearby
Lyltcns Mi*, and Mrs. Robert
Hummel, of this place, announce the
birth of a daughter.
WUliamstown —Mr. and Mrs. Ri
mer Kissinger, of this place, an
nounce the birth of a son.
Lewistown Jordan Miller was
badly Injured when he struck a post
at the foot of a hill on which he was
coasting here with other boys.
York Haven —Edwin Rife, of this
place, a member of the surveying
corps of the State Highway Depart
ment, fractured his right arm while
| cranking an automobile.
Lewistown A shipment of 100
! cars of coal for the Burnham steel
plant, now on the way to Lewistown,
is expected to relieve the fuel short-
I age at the big plant.
Waynesboro—Mrs. E. L. Haugh,
of this place, received news to-day
of the death ut Baltimore of her
niece, Miss Minnie A. Cook, who was
killed in an automobile accident.
Lewistown Farmers here are
asking 40 to 45 cents a pound for
Christmas turkeys and one farmer
demanded CO cents a pound for
; geese.
I Allitvillc—William F. l.laus, who
i was a member of the 70th Division
! and was wounded by shrapnel and
i gassed, has enlisted and expects to
| be placed in a division tbut will go
j to Siberia.
Dover—Jacob Meul and Mrs. An
! nle Bentzcl, aged resident of this
j pluce, weyc married here by the Rey.
| J. H. liege and are on thir honey
j moon trip to llarrlsburg, Steelton
: and Lemoyne among relatives.
Carlisle After purchasing SSOO
i worth of gifts for his family In
1 Greece, Antony Kekello, for eight
| years a resident of this place, has
i gone to New York, whence he will.
• suil for his homo near Sparta. He
formerly lived In Hurrisburg.
ceived at the Lewistown Hospital,
one killed in Huntingdon county and
the other in Centre county. But one
bear was killed, although several
more were killed on the border line.
Residents along tlie Tuscarora
mountains say. deer are so plenty
their dogs will not hunt raccoon and
foxes. I No matter how well trainee
they are they will follow the deer
trail when it crosses the trail ot
the t timber animal.
Working men in the Denltoim
freight yards report having seen
dozen deer, two of them bucks, it*
an open field close to the tracks on
John Stuck, of Belleville, reports
two doe, two bucks and a fawn ;n
Taylor's woods, along the State road
near Reedsvllle. .llunters are ship
ping their deer in trunks and boxvis
this year rather than in the open
way "of years gone by. They say
the transportation companies have
become so careless that many a good
head has been spoiled by them for
mounting. Many others were shipped
by automobile express. The weather
having been sharp and frost-laden
during the entire 15 days of the open
season, no game spoiled while hang
ing in the camps.
Churches of Upper End Bor
ough Plan to Celebrate
Christmas Festival
I/jki'iis, Pa., Dec. 18.—At the
Methodist Episcopal Church on Sun
day morning, at 10 o'clock, a Christ
mas sermon will be preached by the
Rev. Dr. Alexander Gibson on the
subject, "What Does the Advent oC
Christ Mean to Me?" On Sunday
evening, at 7 o'clock, there will be
a Christmas song service by the
choir, together with a special Christ
mas message from Mrs. Alexander
Gibson, whose subject will be "The
I'owe: of the Babe." On Christmas'
night there will bo an entertainment
by the children of the Sunday School.
Professor Sluire, of Indiana, Pa., will
play special numbers.
St. John's Lutheran congregation
will hold its Christmas services on
Wednesday evening, at 7 o'clock.
The program will be under the direc
tion of Mrs. James Newton.
The Zion Lutheran congregation
will hold its services on Christmas
evening, at 7 o'clock. In the morn
ing. at 6 o'clock, the pastor, the Rev.
C. S. Jones, will deliver a Christmas
sermon, and there will be a praise
service. On Sunday evening, at 7
o'clock, the Rev. Mr. Jones will de
liver a sermon appropriate to
Snyder County's Road
Supervisors Organize
Mi<ldlcbiii-£- Pa., Dec. 18.—The
Road Supervisors Association of
Snyder county met in the Court
House yesterday and effected the
following organization: President,
S. B. Brown; vice presidents, D. S.
Herrold and U. E. Howell; treas
urer, D. G. Garman, and secretary,
B. W. Voder.
The meeting was addressed by
; Hon. Albert W. Johnson of Lewis
; burg. First Township Engineer 11.
A. Thompson and Field Representa
; tive Thos. R. McDonald, both of
t Harrisburg. These gentlemen ex
| plained recent road legislation,
j Everyone of the fifteen districts were
represented by delegates.
Carlisle, Pa.. Dec. 18.—Caleb S.
Brinton, attorney to the Cumberland
! County Commissioners yesterday
j gave a fine dinner at the new Hotel
I Carlisle to the present hoard of
i County Commissioners. Levan
Brelim, A. 1.. Sieber. D. G. Bishop:
; the new board D. H. Heller, J. S.
| Pryor atid J. Walter Hard; Clerk
j J. W. Eppley. County Treasurer R.
W. Peffer. J. Harvey Line Esq., and
j Charles H. Kutz.
Carlisle, Pa., Dec. 18.—The Good
Will Fire Company has elected Its
I officers fob 1920. William Ogilby
| again heads the organization,
j Archibald Long was re-elected as
\ chief director. During the year 15
new members were eleeted and two
were lost by death. The Company
now has a membership list of 875.
I Easy to Make This I
Pine Cough Remedy ;
Thousand* of families swear by Its f
prompt multn. lnrxprnilrr, f
uud wives about *3.
Vou know tluit pine is used in
nearly all prescriptions ami remedies
for coughs. 'J'ho reason is that pine
eontains several peculiar elements that
have n remarkable effect in soothing
and healing the membranes of the
throat and chest.
Pine eough syrups are combinations
of pine and syrup. The "syrup" part
is usually plain sugar syrup.
To make the best pine cough remedy
that money can buy, put s'/i ounces
of I'inex in a pint bottle, and fill up
with home-made sugar syrup. Or you
can use clarified molasses, honey, or
corn syrup, instead of sugar syrup.
Cither way, you make a full pint—more
than you can buy ready-made for three
times the money. It is pure, good
and very pleasant—children like it.
You can feel this take hold of a
cough or cold in n way that means
business. The cough may be dry,
hoarse and tight, or may be persist
ently loose from the formation of
phlegm. The cause is the same—in
flamed membranes—and this Pinex and
Syrup combination will ston it—
usually in 24 hours or less. Splendid,
ton, for bronchial asthma, hoarseness,
or any ordinary throat, ailment.
Pinex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine ex
tract. and is famous tho world over
for its prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of substitutes. .Ask voui
druggit for "2'/a ounces of Pinex"
with d : reetions. and don't accept any
thing else. Ounrnnteed to give abso
lute satisfaction or money refunded
Tho Pinex Co., Ft. Wayne', Ind.
iNew Director of Sanatorium
at Mont Alto Entertains
County Physicians
Chamborsbnrg, p a „ Dec. 18.—The'
| Medical Society of Franklin county i
held its December meeting' on Tues- j
day at the Mont Alto Sanatorium in i
the physicians' homo, as the guests l
of Dr. Theodore L. ilasslett, the new:
medical director of the institution, i
I Thirty members were present, rep-i
; i esenting the entire membership [
I with the exception of Dr. T. H. Gill- i
j and, of Greencaatle.
i Ihe nominations for the officers j
tfor 1020 resulted as follows: Presi-j
Dr. j. p. Maclay of Chambers- |
bm-g; first vice president. Dr. S. 11. |
t liomaa of Waynesboro; second vice >
president,- Dr. W. IS. Holland, of i
b ayetteyiile; secretary, Dr. J. J. !
Ooffman, of Scotland; treasurer. Dr. J
I'. X. Knimert of Chambersburg; I
censor, I)r. John K. Gordon, of 1
C.ha mbersburg.
i The paper on "Preventive Medi-!
ne ' hy Dr. p. D. Hoover, of
I Waynesboro, was especially note-'
| worthy as a feature of the program, j
j Tlie. clinical discussion centered !
about tuberculosis and the various I
phases the tubercular condition, j
Dr. W. ISrdmun Seibert of Green
castle. was admitted to membership
and Dr. George O. Keek, of the sana
torium, applied for membership.
The guest of honor at the meet- j
ing was Dr. Joseph P. Rothroclc of 1
West Chester, the founder of the!
sanatorium. Dr. Rothrock, in an
after dinner speech, spoke on sana
torium work and its objects.
Hershey Legion Post
Elects Year's Officers
Hershey. Pa„ Dec. 18.— At a busi
ness meeting and smoker held by
Hershey Post No. 386. American
j Region in Ilershey Central Theater
: building the following officers were
I elected: Commander, Grover C.
jSheckart; vice-commander, J. Lan
[dis Zimmerman; adjutant, Ivan 1,.
I Mease; flnapce officer, Robert H.
Sattazahn; historian, A. Bowman
Sn\ ely. Executive committee:
George C. Hcnch, Paul R. Gingrich,
Edwin W. Schwenk, John Jay
Daniel, Harry C. Wirth. There will
be meetings of the Post on ilio
fourth Tuesday of eaeii month.
. H. A. Schaffner, commander of
i Swatara t Post, Hummelstown. de
livered an add!ess, dwelling on llie
j princ.pies of the Region.
| Mount Wolf. Pa.. Dec IS—The
Adelpbia Club has leased the rear
room In the firemen's building and
Tanuary 1 S new quarters there
VOT Open Any Evening Before Christmas
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Store Closes Every Saturday At 6 P. M.
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28-30-32 North Third Street.
10 Per Cent Reduction On Alt Furs .
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Coat Sale Continued
A very unusual collection of high class coats for women and
misses taken from our regular stock and formerly priced
up to <J> f &
|j Choice $47.50 1
This is a radical reduction considering the quality, desirability
and style of these coats. This is the kind of weather that calls for
a good, warm coat, and, therefore, this opportunity to save a con
siderable portion on the regular price comes at the right time.
Two Dap Millinery Sale, Friday and Saturday
Trimmed Hats Formerly Up to $7.50
Choice $2.49
These are our own models taken from our regular lines.
We do not purchase any hats for sale purposes, hence you are
sure of getting the same styles and qualities that go into our
regular stock. The models are very stunning but conserva
tive and are suitable for wear for many months to come.
Attractive and Practical Gift Specials
Envelope Chemise of heavy Women's Silk Hosiery, full
duchess satin, elaborately fashioned, embroicl
! || lace trimmed and hand ered clox, were $3.75.
embroidered, value $13.90 Special, a pair, for . .$3.50 t ||
for $12.00 Kayser's Italian Silk Vests,
Habutai Silk Petticoats, sizes up to 48, value $3.95,
plain and satin striped, all for $3.29
\ shades, value $4.25 Georgette Blouses with
for $3.95 • frilled collars and cuffs,
Navy Satin Camisoles, value value $11.90. Special $9.90
$1.95. Special for.. .$1.75 Crepe de Chine Blouses, in
Kayser's Mercerized Vests, flesh and white. Special
=3 value 95c. Special for 75c at $6.59
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DECEMBER 18, 191 V.
Philadelphia Firm Gets t
Columbia's Bond Issue
Columbia, Pa., Dec. 18.—The new!
loan of $45,000, voted a bond issue ]
at the election in November, has;
been taken by M. M. Freeman & !
Co., of Philadelphia, at a premium !
on the whole issue of more than five!
hundred dollars. The audit of the j
tax collector's account on the dupli- j
cate of 1910, shows that he had j
paid to the borough treasurer more j
than a hundred dollars over the sum ]
he had collected. This will be re- '
Parents Entertain Guests at!
New Cumberland on Girl's •
Birthday Anniversary
Now Cumberland, Pa.. Dec. 18.— |
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fetrow enter- i
talned in honor of the eighteenth j
birthday anniversary of their i
daughter, Fairy. The decorations
wore black and yellow, which har
monized with the colors of the
evening dress worn by Miss Fetrow.
(lames, music anil dancing were en
joyed. Refreshments were served
to Misses Fairy Fetrow, ltuth Zim
merman, Elizabeth Sloat, Ruth
Stahle, Anna Becker, Marie Becker,
Helen Stettler, New Cumberland;
Evelyn Hertzler, West Fairvtew;
Cothryn Becker, Grace Seibert, of
Steelton: Anna Endress, Penbrook;
Charles Gabel, Enolu; Hobaert Snell, j
New Cumberland: Earl Rodkey
Demey Rodkey, Alfred Smith, C. It. !
Orndorff, George Selway, John j
Heenhour. Steelton; Harry Anderson,
James Anderson; E. N. Amis,
Samuel Devlu, Ilarrisburg; John !
Fetrow, Philadelphia and Mr. and
Mrs. George Fetrow, Philadelphia;
Mr. and Mrs. William Shuler, Mr.
I and Mrs. J. F. Fetrow and son, Rus
| sell.
Kills 8-Prong Buck
on Season's Last Day
West Falrvlew, Pa., Dec. 18. —
I Martin Stuart, Dick Arnold, James
Webb. John Wagner and H. B.
Arbegast of this place, were deer
! hunting on the last day of the sea
; son at Centervillo, Pa. Dick Arnold
j succeeded in killing an 8-pl-ong
j buck, the tbiril deer to come to
. West Fairv'ew tliis season.
Waynesboro. Pa.. Dec. 18.— The
] Rev. Jerome H. Funk, one of the
I best known residents of this coni
: lnunity, died yesterday mdruing at
i his home at Zollinger, aged 63 years.
| He was a minister of the Church of
I the Brethren.
Brill Model Is Being Tried at
Night Between Waynes
boro and Chambersburg
Waynesboro, Pa., Dec. 18.—Since
late night train service on the
Waynesboro branch of the Pennsyl
vania railroad was resumed, due to
the luel restrictions being removed,
the company has been trying out the
new Brill company electric car,
equipped with the Edison patent
storage battery. The storage ca
pacity is 130 miles per single charge.
Ihe car is divided into three com
partments, passenger, smoker, and
baggage, and will seat fifty pas
sengers, with room for a dozen more
in smoking compartment.
The ear is to be kept in service
lor several evenings to determine
whether it performs the duties
called for as adequately as the reg
ular train. . It' it does it will pron
ably become a llxture with the ex
ception of Saturday nights, when
the business naturally increases to
demand a full train.
The operation of the car requires
three men, motorman, conductoi
and baggageman, a saving of one
(fireman) over the steam system.
Vested Choir to Sing
at St. John's Lutheran
MiirrnuinMton n. Pa.. Ilec. IS On
Christmas morning: St. John's Luth
eran congregation will celebrate Holv
Clvistmas with an early service at
C:1I. o'clock.
The festival of the Bible school ami
congregation will be held Christmas
evening at :30. At this service the
music by the vested choir is to lie
unusually good.
With False Teeth?
I Dr. Wernet's
Keeps them firm. Prevents sore gums.
White. FUrorcd. Antiseptic.
If vour dentai plate is loose or
drops, to get instant relief use
Dr. Wernet's Powder regularly.
You can eat, laugh, talk with ease.
Guaranteed by Wernet Dental Mfg. Co.,
! 116 Beektnan St., N. Y. 25c, 50c, & SI.OO.
(Vt Drug and Department Stores. Refuse
imitations. This it the original powder.

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