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SUBURBAN HUMMELSTOWN 193 Pupils Present Every Day During Fifth Month of School Term Spechtl Correspondence. Hummelstown, Feb 8. —The report [ of Prof. W. A. Geesev for the fifth month of the school term shows that *33 pupils were and the aver age attendance in the schools during the month was 396, or a percentage of j 96. There were 109 eases of illness recorded and the visits to the schools numbered 43. One hundred and niuetv three pupils were present every day j during the month. The Rev. Theodore F. Herman, the faculty of Lancaster Theological Seminary, preached at both the morn ing and evening services in the Re formed" tthurch yesterday. Harry Bbersole has moved iuto the property on Prospect street which was j recently vacated by H. R. Brenneman. The "mid-week prayer service in the j Keformed church will be omitted on j Wednesday evening. The farm on Chamber Hill owned bv I J. J. McKntee has been sold to Harry H. Yetter for a private consideration. Possession will be given April 1. The members of Washington Camp No. 306, P. O. S. of A., will attend the evening service in Lutheran church on Sunday. February 21. The pastor, the Rev. Herbert S. Games, will deliver a special patriotic sermon. F. O. Wheeler and Samuel Groff, who had been employed in the Ens minger lumber mili at Harrisburg for a number of years, have secured posi tions in the new planing mill at Her •hey. The board of directors of the Farm ers' bank has organized by electing , Allen K. Walton, president; Dr. W. C. j Baker, vice president: H. M. Horst, cashier; Miss Mary Flrich and Harvey l Ei gle. clerks. The regular meeting of the Borough Council will be held this evening. Mrs. Harry Wolaver fell down the cellar stairs at her home on Friday and sustained painful injuries. Mr. and Mrs. John Mutzabaugh were guests of relatives at Duncannon over Sunday. Miss Rebecca S:itcliffe has returned j from Harrisburg. where she spent week with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shue. ; ELIZABETHVILLE Nathaniel Feidt in Serious Condition From Stroke of Paralysis Special Corresporfffe lice. Elizabethville, Feb. S;—Xathanie'. Feidt is in a serious condition since j last Monday, when he had an attack of ; paralvsis. He is one of the aged resi- . dents, having made his home with his daughter. Mrs. John Cook, since his wife's death about a year ago. Mrs. Alex. McLaughlin has been se riously ill for the past week. A trained nurse has been secured to care for her. Word has been received here that on and after February 15 the postoflice at Dietrich will be closed. L. H. Zeigler £ Sons purchased an i auto truck at West Fairview, which they will use in their business. Mrs. Amanda Hartman '.s visiting her sister in Halifax township. Joseph Shadle. of Takoma Park, P. C.. is the guest ot liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Shadle. The real estate of the late Henry W. Sehreffler will be offered at public sale on Saturday. March 6. C. K. Dei bier's big porker was slaughtered last week. The animal weighed 60S pounds. The closest! guess was made by D. W. Romberger, 610 pounds. Harry Henry and Agnes Reist were married January 5 by the Rev. Mr. Cooledge, the I". B. pastor at South Willianisport. The groom is employed on the New York Central railroad be tween Avis and Clearfield, and the cou- i j!e will live at Avis after February 1">. V. P. Sch '>ll. proprietor of the Fish crville nurseries, was in town Friday taking orders for'trees. There \is an increasing demand for houses at this place and prospers are bright for a hoom in building opera tions during "915. l'har!e* Forney, of Rife, will begin work iu the mill of L. Mattis & Sons nex' week. Mr. and Mrs. Forney will reside on East Main street. MARYSVILLE Republicans Meet and Elect Temporary Officers for a Club Special Correspondence. Mervsvilte. Feb. S.—The Ladies' Aid Society of the M. E. church was enter tained by Mrs. W. W. Kerstetter at her home oii Valley street. Thirty mem bers were ' t >re^ent. About fifty Republicans met Thurs day evening .n the Knights of Pythias hail for the purpose of forming a Re publican 1 lub. Dr. C. H. Epplev was elected temporary president, while J. P. Liliev was elected temporary secretary. E. B. Leiby vis:ted his brother, J. B. Leiby. at Xewport. Mrs. Edith Streightiff is spending several days witii her mother, Mrs. Wary Bair. at Duncannon. Mrs. A. F. VanOam was a re-ent visitor in Halifax. Albert Zaepfel. of Mount Joy, is ' spending some tine w.th friends in town. y ' ' Mrs. H. J. Varnes returned home hfter spending a few days in Harris burg. Mr. and Mrs. Scott entertain- ■ ed a party of. 'heir Harri«burg friends at dinner Thursday evening. Tiose I resent were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hull. and Mrs. William Snyder. Mr. and j Mrs. Lewis Tyson and E. B. Lefrby. WILLIAMSTOWN Mrs. Mary Wert, 78. Buried In Wico nisco Cemetery Sp :al for; espon«!e»ice. Williamatown. Fe<>. S.—The Rev. A.' J. Amthor, of Philadelphia, former pas - tor of the Methodist Episcopal church, delivered an able lecture on "Billy"' Sunday in the chureh Friday evening. The Rev. Mr. Amthor was amon'> the delegation of Philadelphia ministers that went to Scranto'n a year ago to in duce Billy Sunday to carry on a cam- ■ paign in Philadelphia. Mrs. Mary Wert, aged 78 years, died at her home in Dayton, Thursday even ing and was buried in the Wiconisco cemetery yesterday afternoon. Many of the public school teachers attended the local institute at Millers-, burg Saturday. ' Thirty-five persons from this place took in the excursion to Philadelphia on Thursday to hear "Billy" Sunday. Mrs. Henry Xaw, Broad street, who : died at the home of her daughter, in | f% A A /% Ti M* /\ X"\ IVT Harriflburg's Greatest Merchandising Event, intended to better acquaint W I A U I V II I. IVI lIWW Ml I \A# • our Patrons with Bowman economy. The first day tells of Only a Portion £ Al\ 1 I\J JLfJL Y V • of the Great Bargains To Be Found on every floor. . Watch for further announcements. Most Important of All Is a Disposal of Hugh Purchase of Embroideries 13,000 Flannelette Garments I \ and Laces Brings Which Will Go On Sale To-morrow Morning Prices Down | At Half the Regular Prices These lots were purchased several months ago from one of New York's largest importers, espe- You are safe in expecting to secure the greatest flannelette bargain in the history of this city, bat it is difficult to imagine statements strong enough to as to value, we consider it one of the greatest convince VOU 01 this tact. bargains ever offered. T»f 9 ri ! - I here s a Reason The Assortment Includes: 500 yards 59c and 75c 27-inch embroidered , For this never-heard-of-before sale, which found.a beginning in a local Swiss Flouncings. B. B. B. Sale 39<* yd. factory that makes thousands and thousands of flannelette garments every year. wi!b° TTk; B )0 Sale° Vei Embroidory ' vd* appears that about 13,000 too many were made this past season; at least U , " ' ' k ' a -' ••• . ; , there was that number in stock which the executives offered to transfer to our *oo vards 39e to 50c embroiderv strips, 18-inch .. ~ . . r -it* , . a Swiss flouncing. 10 yards to strip. (Cut as de- store at a really surprising figure—indeed at less than it cost to make them. sired.) B. B. B. Sale 25c yd. And while 13,000 flannelette garments are more than all Harrisburg stores to 10c embroidery Edges; 4to 9 in. wide, yd. gether can offer, the quantity was no draw-back, for at Half-Price, and with the 5c linen Torchon laces 3? yd. reputation of our B. B B. Sale back of it, 'twill only be a short time till the en -750 yards Nainsook Edges; widths. 4to 9 tire lot has disappeared. (On sale, Second Floor.) inches; beautiful patterns; 20c to 25c values. I B. B. B. Sale 12 1 y 2 j yd. ImDOrtan t ? Main FIoor—BOWMAN'S. MtllfJW frUffte Utica Mohawk and Pet g arment is PERFECT in every way, and the qualities are standard. Sheets at Extremely Following Describes the Garments and the Verg Low Prices These best known sheets need no recommendation Women's Flannelette Children's Petticoats A' Children's Rompers as every housewife knows of the tine qualities that Petticoats 15c Value 2Sr: - flanne,ette - L*f 15c Valuo 29<?: rink * prey has characterized these famous makes for vears. or Value 50c: striped pink with muslin bodies bound VjL blue stripes; also plain O- . i i ,i , ' i, Vr%C , , , a * neck and sleeves; embroidered fwimKu dark grey; flat collars; necks and w ing to a very large purchase we are enabled to sell «and blue pattern,; n. so at bottom; s( . allored edgf _ flffM , ollars bound in plain materialg . them at greatly reduced prices. (Not more than Six , 1 ,1a,n « rc - vs and cheeks, ami pla.n blue and white; Ito 12 years. JcMM TO 2to 6-year sizes, to each customer.) white; 31 to-39 inehe. .n length. fgWHJJ iW C(, 4- , . c lor Value 39e; pink and blue | r Value 29c; muslin band '/llflTi Children S GOWnS UtlCcL Sheets nlOhaWK Sheets suites: a i so plain white, with five button j|l> II Value 50c; plain white «3c. value Soc; .63x90 inches. 55c, value 69c; 63x90 inches. pre - v am ' P in ' s : embroidered . holes: pink, blue and white: em- || | II uOC an( j pretty stripes of pink TOc. value SOc: 72x90 inches. value 75c- 7 o x t >o inches flounces. j broidered flounce with scalloped I J II and blue; with and without col value tuitV in?he, value 90c'; slx9o inchest P P ttiona.t< ' I I « 4 * 12 HOc; value $1.09; 90x90 inches. 7 - c - v *lue 95c; Slx99 inches. JUISSes .retl»lCOd,lS - _ Value 19e; flannelette \DI J; i years. 72c. value 9oc; 90x90 inches. -- value 29c; pink, blue and body; 1 to 4 Children's Sleeoinff UtICEL Cases 3.nd ~ IDC an( | J, rev stripes; sea i. years; scalloped flounce; button- ||ft\\\v\ 80/sfCrS * MOnaWK ases loped rufllo at bottom; also plain ! holes at edge. _ \hl\Wvl Garments and Bolsters bluei piuk and ,vhite ' erabrmd- j M|U\\U\ IQZ: y alue 39e; Ito 6 years; 10c, value 20c; 42x36 inches. ered at bottom. Suitable for small I Infants' Kimonos • Juaml grev stripes; military col 18c, value LLc; 4nxJ6 inches. 15c, value 20c; 42x36 inches. women. ■ >llll * lars; long sleeves and foot S-lc. value 40e; 42x72 inches. l«c, value 22e; 45x36 inches. I | Q Value 29c; all white and pockets. 3«c. value 45c; 45x72 inches. JCic, value 40c; 45x72 inches. , _ * x . « lUC white with colored collar. Sheets and Cases Slightly SoUed women.and Made of Mohawk and Utica Muslins ribbon; turn over collar. Infants SaCQUeS j 49C and narrow pink and blue OQ \alue 50c; military col -1 Oft -O nn • U _ _ n m Value 49,>• collarlem . . , - . . . stripes: also plain white; with CIUC lars; pink, blue and pin 48c, value b.e; .-x9O inches. PlllOW CaSeS ' ! 25c >tvi» in wh'to with Innl>U / 0C ui P'nk and and without collars; necks, vokes, stripes; good heavy quality. I«<~. ' i«b„. ,v«ke back and front. j U iSKT&T&SIS'&r"- SgSJ*? **" ZZiL'; sJlus'u!r„. i!& "ilfil:; «x 55 l°l"' NOTE: In advertising Main Floor —BOWMAN'S. facturer should not be used. Philadelphia last Monday, was buried at Lvkens Thursday. District Attorney Michael E. Stroup, of Harrisburg, was a visitor here on Saturday. "newportT Editor Fry, of the ' News." School master at Spelling Bee Special Correspondence. Newport. Feb. B.—The Newport Men's Association heM a impelling bee in their rooms Friday night. F. A. Pry.! ciiitor of the Newport "News," acted as schoolmaster. The wtrrd which the last speller missed was "purview." H. C. Frank, of Harrisburg, was in j town last week. ' N Miss SeJma Stephens entertained the Philomalhean Club Friday evening at her home on Mulberry street. The i guests were Mrs. Effie Welch, of Keyser, W. Va.. and Mrs. William Strawinski, of Harrisburg. Mrs. Raymond Ba«kins and daugh-1 ter. Ruth, of York Haven, are visiting; Mrs. Baskins' parents, Mr. and Mrs.; Isaac Beasom. Mrs. W. T. Hanly spent Friday with; j friends at Tyroue. I Samuel Bvers has returned home aft-1 . *• v - , « *- •- ; f " X ■ # ; -r.7 . - % -• * ' - r "•' ' ' **' % \ . ' ~ er spending six weeks with friends and 11 relatives in Harrisi>urg, ('amp Hill.jl Steelton. New and York. Mrs. Elmer Zeigler and son. Percy,; spent Wednesday in Harrisburg. Miss Elizabeth Fry and Iter nephew, Harry Brightbill, of Eshcol, were in town Friday. ELIZABETHTOWN F. & M. Glee Club Will Give Entertain ment February 18 j 1 Special Correspondence. Elizabethtown, Feb. 8. —There was •' a very interesting program rendered by the Christian workers in the Church of the Brethren in this place on Sunday : i evening with a large attendance. Bur-;' gess S. P. Engle was the leader. The Rev. Mr. Lyons, of Michigan, is I conducting the evangelistic meeting of the Brethren in Christ church no>w in 1 progress in this borough. A grand entertainment will be given 1 by the Franklin and Marshall Acatlemy ; Glee Club in Abele's Hall on Thursday ' evening, February 18, under the au- ■ spices of the Boy Scouts. Thomas F. Bretz is executor for i Elizabeth C. Scb»ffner, late of Middle town. J. K. Freymyer, the Florin baker, 1 has taken poMesfien of the Asheafelte' 11 bakery. Ili« brother, Henry, moved ; here and has charge of the plant. At a sale of securities at Lancaster ; ? twelve shares of Klizaibethtown and I ' Florin Railway Company stock at N $59.75 per share was sold to F. K. l«e-' fever. ! 1 Forty-two persons have been so far ! converted at the Church of God in this borough. The Boy Scouts will celebrate the ' eleventh anniversary of the American ♦ organization in Abeie'g Auditorium this evening. Professor J. A. Rothermel, of I Lancaster, will deliver the address. ! ] Lrfk-aJ Masons heil 1 a meeting last)' week in Heisey Hall for the purpose of establishing a Masonic lodge in this borough. H. C. Fahs is making improvements . to his buiiding on South Market street which will be used when completed as 1 a chapel for St. Elizabeth Mission. E. H. 'lackier and family, Mrs. J. ' G. Wifeon and Miss Elizabeth Brinser ( attended the "Billy" Sunday meeting in Philadelphia last week. , Miss Angelina Stephen has returned i to New York City, after upending sev- ' eral weeks with her mother. Mrs. E. E. Keidleman and daughter, ' Katharine, Mrs. Stover and' sister mo- 1 tored to this place on Thursday and were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Nissley. Misses Bernice Nissley, Alma Brin ser, Sue Hershev and Sue Brinser, ol Hummelstown, were the guests of J. H. Buch and family recently. Walter Gochnauer and family, of An derson, Indiana, are visiting the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Gochnauer. Robert Lindermuth has acceipted a position at tihe Masonic Home. MILLERSBURG Missionary Society to Held Annual Birthday Party To-morrow Special Correspondence. Millersburg, Feb. B.—(Mrs* Jack Ream, of this place, and Mrs. C. H. Rettinger, of Sunbury, went to Phila delphia last week to see their sister, Mrs. Benjamin Musser, who is at the Medico-C'hi hospital, having undergone an operation for appendicitis. Contractor H. H. Helwig has a force of men working on a garage for J. C. Mullen at the rear of T. J. Long's hard? ware store. Miss Florence Matter, of Halifax, was the guest of friends here last week. Mrs. T. J. Long and daughter, Miss Fav„ are visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Tost, in Philadelphia. The annual birthday party of the Mary J. Bradenbaugh Missionary (So ciety of the Methodist Episcopal church will be held at the home of Mrs. Mark to-morrow evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Rickert, of Savannah, 111., are visiting the for j mer's father. Dr. C. M. Rickert. Mrs. T. F. Bradenbaugh is visiting : her sister, Mrs. Linn Bowman, in Phila delphia The Rev. D. E. and Mrs. Rupley, of Oberlin, Pa., visited friends here last week. Mr. Rupley was formerly pastor of St. iPanl 's Lutheran church, of this place. W. A. Granville, Ph. D., LL. D., president of Gettysburg College, preached in St. Paul's Lutheran church yesterday morning. HERSHEY Frank Bonfanti Purchases House From Clayton Uugle Special Correspondence.. Hershey, Feb. B.—Augustine Deoji Ohol, of Bombay, India, delivered an illustrated lecture on "The Awaken i ing of India"' in the H«r«hey Central ! theatre yesterday afternoon. | .Miss Evelyn Bitner,. of Harrisburg, was the guest of Miss iMinnie Dressier. Mrs. William Cooper visited relatives at Dillsburg. Samuel Skivington, of Duncannon, has secured a position at the chocolate faetofy. Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Wolfe and Mr. and 'Mrs. J. N\ cim.ith are receiving the congratulations of their many friends on arcouut of the stork's visit to their 'homes. In the former home a son has arrived, while in the latter a daughter made her appearance. Mr. a Jul Airs. J. 0. Packler, of Harrisburg, were entertained iu the home of S. D. Clark on family. Mrs. A. Brown and 'Miss Esbella Brossroan, of Palmyra, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Carman. Mrs. H. G. Blanvelt, of Richmond, Va.. has come to this plach and is mak ing her home with the Cassady family. Frank 'Bonfanti has purchased the home of Chayton Lingle and will move into the same in a few weeks. Clarence Stauffer, of Derry Church, has purchased one side of the double dwelling house formerly owned by Wil liam Stoner, of Pen'brook. Lawyer's Wife (2 a. m.) —John, there's a burglar downstairs. lawyer— Ask him if he's got S2O with him. I won't bother with him for less.—Chi cago News.