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Florida Oranges and Grapefhul Ripened Under Nature's Smiles Citrus fruits came first to Florida of all Ameri ' ca —were heritage of the State from its Spanish discoverer. In no part of the world have oranges and grapefruit attained the per* ■> fection they have reached in their adopted "Land of Flowers." The soil and sunshine —the Kwj&iyS ocean breezes and summer showers —develop EKfofliayffi and ripen the fruit in Florida as nowhere else. . The progressive fruit growers of Mp- kjt&Ub- Florida have a co-operative or ganization for mutual protection of themselves and consumers. ( Bought in boxes oil which the above mark is branded in red, Florida Vyforanges and grapefruit will be found heavy with juice, delightfully sweet ftf bP>> i ,4. _wffff) all d delicately flavored. In season Florida Citrus Exchange fruit can be secured from most dealers—yours will get it for you if you insist. Then are many ways tl torrinf mn|u and frapefruit. fc> Booklet containing scores of recipoa for tho uto of atrus K fruits mailed for 4 cents in stamps- Address FUrid * Citn " Ezchulf *> 62B B " k Tampa, Fla. tho Ealthoio SUBURBAN rr~-r— — FISHERVILLE Horse Belonging to Harry Klinger Hanged Itself in Barn Specif' 'y r: -pniiUen<^- Fisherville. April 14. —J. C. Bixlcr %iul son, David, autocd to Harrisburg last Thursday on business. Harry Noblit, postmaster of Halifax, was a town caller last woek. Isaac Swab, of Elizabetliville, was in town on business last Thursday. Charles Shope, editor of the Halifax "Gazette," was in town on business. Mrs. G. W. Keitor is spending some time ,it Millersburg. •lames Wolfgang, of 'Harrisburg, transacted business here last week. J. O. lloltzman was at Millersburg last woek on business. S. F. Bowman and family autoed to Harrisburg last Saturday. C. M. Bowerman transacted business at Harrisburg last Friday. Charles Kurzeuluiube, of Harrisburg, was in town during the week-end. Harry Klinger lost a valuable horse 'by death. Tho horse had hanged itself in the barn. The town school elosed last Thurs day for the winter term. Miss Myrtle Noblit visited at Ly kens over Sunday. Tho Rev. Mr. Morehead will preach next Sunday ~t ? p. m. to the Reformed congregation at the Fetterhoff church. Sunday, April IS, communion serv ices will be held here at 10 a. m. and nt Enterlinc at 2 p. m.; April 25, at Fetterhoff's at 10 a m., by the Rev. J. F. Stabley, pastor. The Rev. .1. C. Peace will preach in the U. B. church on Sunday evening. Miss Gertiude Lelir. of Lykens, is spending some time here with her graudmothei. Mrs. Cathariue Bixler is spending tome time :it Klizabethvillc. TOWER CITY Bishop W. M. Weekley, of Parkersburg, to Speak in U. B. Church Special Correspondence. Tower City, April 14. —Miss Cora Rishe, of Reading, visited friends at this place recently. Miss Annie Knecht transacted busi ness at Pottsville. John Leonard and mother, Mrs. Mary Leonard, spent sevoral days in Phila delphia. Miss Carrie Eeklcr, of Schuylkill Haven, spent a few days at her home here. Miss Margaret Boyer, principal of Ihe Tower City schools, spent a few days at her home at Pinegrove. Miss Bertha Jones, of Reading, was tlie guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Jones. Leroy Kaufman and Emanuel Ham mer, of Allentown, spent a few days here, the guests of Mr., and Mrs. F. H. Kaufman. Bislyap W M. Weekley, D. D., of Parkersburg, W. Va., will preach in the United Brethren . church on Friday evening, April 16. Oscar Brown and of Harris burg, were the guostS of Mrs. John J. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Jones visit ed relative.! at Llewellyn and Reading. The Rev. O. G Romig is spending several days with his family at Her shcy. DAUPHIN Speeceville Presbyterian Church Has In stalled an Organ Special Correspondence. Dauphin. April 14.—George Swart?., of Harrisburg, has moved to his cottage CHEAP MOTH BAGS DON'T LAST GET A GOOD ONE Cedar Moth Proof Bags AIR TIGHT—DUST PROOF Germ and moisture proof. De signed to provide perfoct protection for all articles of apparel, FURS AND FABRICS against moths, insects, mice, etc. OOc 75c 24x37 30x50 inches. inches. 85c SI.OO 30x60 30x70 inches. inches. FORNEY'S Drug Start 426 MARKET STREET % . . . ' . " ' 4 ' ."" % V HAEBIBBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 14,1915. the "Wren," at Speeceville, for the summer. Mrs. Peter Runvfeldt, who was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Isaac Bog ner, Speeceville, has returned home. Charles McNeely, of Marysville, speut Saturday with his sou, C. S. Mc- Neely. Mrs. Goldie Speece and children, Rov and Ethel, and Mr. Clark, of Green Hill, are the guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Howard Speece, Speeceville. .Tohn Garmau left Saturday for Wil liamsport, Md., where he is employed by the Pennsylvania Steel Company. Lewis N. Gross, of New York, was the guest of his brother, W. B. Gross, on Sunday. Mrs. John Felty, of Rockville, spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fite. Mr. and Mrs. John Putt and sou, Kehneth 'Franklin, of Harrisiburg, spent the week with Mrs. iMargaret Fertig. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller and daughter, Julia, of Enola, were the week-end guests of Mrs. J. E. Williams. Mrs. Katharine McCully, who was of her parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. B. Fraiiklin Bickel, returned to Pitts 'burgh on Saturday. Miss Carrie Bailey, Miss Giede and Howard Snyder, all of Harris'hurg, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Bailey, Zionville. C. F. McKissick, of fflershev, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy Mc- Kissiek, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jotin Hocker and nephew, Oharles Kitzmiller, of 'Marys ville. spent Saturday with Mrs. George Shoop. » The congregation of the Presby terian ehaj>el at Speeceville, which is in charge of the Rev. Dr. George John soil, pastor of the Presbyterian church at Dnneannon, recently purchased an organ. The instrument has a double key board and is of a very sweet tone. The organ originally belonged to the Dun cannon Presbyterian chnrch and was brought over to Speeceville by Walter A. Speece. Mrs. Isaac Bogner is organ ist. Carl Irvin, a student at Susquehanna University, at Selinsgrove, will preach in the Lutheran church Sundav, Aipril IS. Mrs. Katharine Hess, of Baltimore, Md,, was the guest of Miss Cora Cofrode on Monday. .Mrs. Zeiders. of Harrisburg, was the guest of Miss Jane SSponsltr, on Satur day. Charles Maus, of Atlantic City, was the guest of his uncle, L. H. Maus, on Monday. DILLSBURG Fanny Trimmer and Luther Speelman Married in Gettysburg •I'jr-.M'ii CnrresoonnencA. Dillsburg, April 14.—Luther W. Speelman, of York Springs, and Fanny Trimmer, of this place, wore married in Gettysburg Thursday. They will make their home in York Springs. Mr. and Mrs. John Boose, of South Baltimore street, announced the birth of a son yesterday morning. The entertainment at the Opera House -given by the Kings Daughters was well attended and those in at tendance were highly pleased. The participants deserve much credit for the manner iu which they renderod the play. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Young, of Har risburg, were the guests of O. M. Bushman and family on Sunday. Contractor Williams and force of men ar P erecting a new stable on the Peter Sidle property, where the stable was destroyed by fire recently. Mrs. Amelia Bender, Harrisburg street, spent the past few days with friends in Harrisburg. The Rev. J. B. Breuneman, of Lew isburg, was a visitor here for several days. Geeorge W. Baker, of Mechanics burg, visited friends here on Sunday. The Agricultural Society will hold a public meeting in the Operra House next Saturday evening. Professor Menges, of York, is on the program for the evening's address. The men's chorus of this place will furnish the music. MIDDLETOWN Miss Vesta Shlley, After Operation at Hospital. Is Convalescing Middletown, April 14.—Miss Vesta Sbiley, who underwent an operation at the Harrisburg hospital a few weeks ago, was brought home yesterday. She is on a fair way to recovery. Miss Cora Flowers, who had been in the Lancaster hospital f<Jr the past three weeks undergoing an' operation for appendicitis, returned home Monday afternoon. The body of the late Mrs. Jane Ken dig. who died at the home of her daugh ter, Mrs. F. Brown, at Overbrook, was brought to town yesterday and taken to the Middletown cemetery, where services wure conducted by the Rev. Mr. Bcrgstresfer, pastor of St. Peter's Lutheran church. ' The Women'* Home and Foreign Missionary Bociety of St. Peter's Lu theran church held the regular monthly meeting in the Sunday school room last evening. Jerome Sogers' has returned from a business trip to Philadelphia. A cantata, "The Rison King," was produced by the M. E. church choir last evening. Mrs. Clarenee Sweeney, of Now Cum berland, spent yesterday in town as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Beaverson, Swatara street. ~ Mrs. P. W. Myers and daughter, Mrs. H. Rudy, spent yesterday at 'Harris burg. Mrs. Harry Orner and two children are visiting relatives at Harrisburg for several days. The Rev. T. C. McCarrell spent yes terday at Gettysburg, where he attend ed the Carlisle Presbytery. Miss Annie Chrisemer is ill at her home in Royalton. Harry Baumbaeh *-ill move from his present home on South Wood street to his new home on Eagle Heights next Monday, and Herbert Beard will move from Fisher avenue to the Baumbach property. W. D. Bitner, of Elgin, 111., is spend ing some time in town as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Beachler, Ann street. The funeral of the late William Wampshire was held from the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Swartz, Spring street, vesterdav afternoon at 2 o'clock. " The Rev. W. R. Ridington, pastor of the M. E. church, officiated. Interment was in the Middletown ceme tery, ' BERRYSBURG The Rev. Mr. Wehr Will Preach Bacca laureate Sermon on April 25 Special Correspondence. Berry«burg, April 14.—Mrs. Norman "Kngle and son, Norwood, of I'enbrook, spent Sunday with her parents, Charles Kebaugh and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Jolin Pisher, of Eliza bethvillc, visited the latter's father, William Walters, on Monday. Lee Shoop and family, of Shamokin, spent Sunday with Harper Schreffler and his family. Miss Dorothy Spangler, of Rothville, is spending a few weeks with her uncle and aunt, tho Rev. and Mrs. Hoflman. Mrs. Morris Daniel is visiting rela tives in Philadelphia. Perry Keboch made a business trip to Harrisburg Monday. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. (Hoover, of Rebersburg, are visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Binga man. M. S. Daniel and William Bowman made a business trip to Harrisburg on Monday. Miss Hazel Deibler spent Tuesday in Elizabetliville. Quite a number of young people of town attended the teachers' meeting at Schreffler's school on Thursday. Charles Snyder and wife, of Har risburg, spent Friday with his mother, Mrs. Samuel Snyder. The baccalaureate sermrti will be preached by the Rev. Mr. Wehr in the Lutheran-Reformed churcM on Sunday, April 25. | . NEW~CUMBERLAND Mrs. Joseph Weatherby Entertains in Honor of Her Guest Special Correspondence. New Cumberland, April 14.—Mrs. Joseph Weatherby, Third street, enter tained at cards in honor of her guest, Miss Taylor, of New York, Monday evening, pther guests were Miss Isa belle Ennis, of Philadelphia; Mrs. Wil liam Ennis, Mrs. S. A. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. P. E. Coover, Mrs. C. H. Smith, Mrs. Edith Feight and Mrs. Sherman Hull. William Blodgett, of St. Louis, spent several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blodgett, on Third street. The" Everfaithful Bible class of the Church of God will hold a food sale at ( the home of Mrs. G. W. Beckley on' Fourth street on Friday. The sale will start at 4 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Spangler attend ed a dinner at the home of Mr. Spang ler at Red Lion on Sunday. Miss Ruth Willis, a daughter of Mrs. Eve Willis, Second and Geary streets, New Cumberland, and Chester Steiger walt, a son of Constable Steigerwalt, of York county, were married at Baltimore on Sundav and went to housekeeping at Bellavista on Monday. Mrs. John F. Wilkinson, of Detroit, Mich., called on Mrs. William Grayson on Monday evening. Mrs. S. N. Good is spending a few days at her home in Elizabethtown. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bucher, of Hoges town, visited Mrs. Bucher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eckert, at Sunnyside farm. Miss Annie Brnbaker, who has been spending the past ten days with her aunt, Mrs. W. W. Zimmerman, has re turned to her home in Enhaut. Mrs. R. M. Spangler, of Lcwisberry, Health in Old Agr How much better it is to be hale hearty at 80 years of age than it is to acquire all the wealth in the world and be an old woman or man at 60. Sensi ble thinking people only need a sugges tion or warning to realize the im portance of not allowing the health to fail and the vitality to become low, as it is a long, tedious job to rebuild the constitution up to its youthfjul stand ard after disease or overwork has sapped the streugth and wasted the tissues. In the case of premature physical decline Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has proved of great value to many old people who have given it a fair trial. When taken as directed, Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey assists in keeping healthy the essential functions of digestion because it induces activity in the flow of gastric juices so the food eaten will digest naturally. This action upon the digestive process is of great importance as it brings out all the nu triment necessary for proper sustenance. Upon entering intofthe blood stream, it is carried (0 one part and another of the body and serves to put the various or gans into action, and causes them to functionate as they would not otherwise do. Because Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey plays such an important part in the work of bodily nutrition, and likewise in fortifying the system against micro bic disease, it has become famous as a "medicine for all manldhd." It makes the old feel young and keeps the young strong and vigorous. Folks who "know from experience that this excellent tonic and stimulant may be depended upon, always "Get Duffy's and Keep Well." —Adv. Nearly All the Hen In This Section Are About to Buy New Spring and Summer Clothing yJjUjIL- tiLliX . 17 VERY man wants the best for his money and is entitled to it. Every good store endeavors to give, the best for the money. r Some stores are better prepared than others. \ Some stores have lavish expenditures and 1/ / I vßys frills to tack onto the profits. Some have to • V/j" \ P a y larg£ prices for their goods and therefore ' r I sM^\ X cannot give you the same value for your This store lias 45 years* jflj experience. They are con- I nected with 78 other large I <• stores and enjoys this buy- • We Will SpaeializK fl wK ' This Weak in Suits at jf|| if sl2, sls, $lB, S2O & $25. I® if Every one of these suits are worth a $5-bill more but we have marked \ 1 | M them down for this sale. f j/M 1 | 111 Ylothm o/ 1 Quality w .Ll 1| I We can give you a Suit for $8 or $9 —a Boy's Suit for $1.98 to ,1I j| , II I $12 —but our sl2—sls—slß—s2o and $25 Suits are the best ri 5/11 ll 'II / 11 ll' |'i values. We have them too at $35 and S4O. Ill| || |fl I'l l Special Orders Taken For Full Evening and L JJ § p|P Tuxedo Dress Suits You Can Always Have Your Bill Chargid if You Wish 0^ 'VWVMWWMUWt%WWWW»WWVWWVWWVWWVV» WWWVWVtI Mi *.t*tMMWVWMWWWWWW\UmiW\W - GAIELY & FITZGERALD SUPPLY CO. ™ FURNISHERS 29-31-33-35 SOUTH SECOND STREET CLOTHIERS Location Means a Great Saving To Ynn f jHf is visiting (Mrs. 8. R. Wagner, Elk wood. Surveyor Rupp, of Shiremanstown, was in New Cumberland yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glass and son, Lawrence, spent to-day with Mrs. Mag gie Glass at Harrisburg. HERSHEY Funeral of Miss Sabina Hess Held From Home of Parents Special Correspondence. Herdiey, A.pril 14.—John Seitzinger visited his parents at (Mohnton. L. P. Williams and J. B. Sneath vis ited friends at Mew Kingston. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barth, of Reading, spent several days with Thomas ißlack and family. Mrs. tevan, of Reading, is spending a few weeks with Mrs. Boyd Von Neida and family. Park Bryson, Paul Miller and Elmer Swartz spent a few days at Paradise, Lancaster county. fra Hart-man "isited at his home at Biglersville, Adams county. The funeral of Alice Haibina, daugh ter of Levi and IMary Hess, was hold Monday forenoon at the home of her parents at this place. A brief service was held at the home, after w'hich the cortege proceeded to the Gravel Hill United Brefhren church near Palmyra, where the services were continued. The Revs. A. A. Koch, of Annville, and O. G. Romig, of Hershey, officiated. The deceased was aged 26 years, 9 months Dyspepsia Tablets Will Relieve Your Indigestion George A. Gorgas STEAMSHIPS |B ER MUDAI Itiw Churalnc Islanda An New mi Thetr Beat i. S. "BERMUOIAN" hold* the record—4o hours—la the gewaat and only twin-screw steam ship sailing to Bermuda, and tha only one landing paaaencara at Us dock at Hamilton without transfer by tender. Round Trip with meals C<C 1 and and stateroom berth * up For full particulars apply to A. & OITKHHRIDGK * CO., Aftsto «s» bee 8. 8. Ce., 1.M., It Broadway, New Tarki P. LURNU HIKHGL. lMt Mas. kat it. WHIMSIS. Ma. at mmr Ttafe. et Aaeat. Gocd Seed Mean Cooi Lawns Sow my "Quality Lawn Seed" and you will get the resultß you wan£ —a thick, perfect, velvety green sod. And NOW is the time to sow the seed—while the April showers are getting in their wbrk! Lawn Supplies Everything you need for the lawn:—Electric Hose (the best hoSe made), Mowers. Sprinklers, Hedge Shears, Grass Shears, Sickles, Rakes, Grass Catchers, and \ Lawn Fertilizer Wizard Brand Pulverized Kheep Manure is the ideal lawn fertilizer; far superior to stable manure, without the objectionable weeds which always follow the use of the latter. Makes strong thrifty turfs; largely ■ used by golf and country clubs and private estates. Come in for your lawn supplies now. Walter S. Schell "Quality Seeds" 1307-09 Market St. i and 8 days, and was a member of the United Evangelical church at Annville. MECHANICSBUEG Mrs. Charles Martin Entertains Mem bers of Church of God Mite Society 'Jpeclal Correspondence. 'Mechanicsburg, April 14.—The Mite Society of the Church of God held a meeting last evening at the homo of Mrs. Charles iMartin, West Keller street. After the transaction of the business of the evening_and a musical . program was given some time was spent socially. The Rev. George Fulton, pastor of the Presbyterian church of this place, and i\ K. Ployer, a lay delegate of the church, and the Rev. R. F. McClain, a retired minister of the church, who is also a mem'ber of the Prestbytery, are at tending the meeting of the Carlisle Presbytery now in session in Gettys burg. Last evening the recently elected of ficers of the Mechanicsburg I. O. O. F. were installed "by District Deputy Chester G. Hall, of Mount Holly. J. W. Dougherty, of Carlisle, County Register of Wills, was here yesterday on official business. George Wagoner Miller has signed as a player with the New Cumberland baseball club. Chester Hall, of Mount Holly, was the guests of his aunts, the Misses | Eckels; West Main street. The local W. C. T. U. will hold a prayer service to-morrow afternoon in | the Methodist church. Dr. Kumm, who is international sec retary of the Soudan Union M'issions in Africa, will address the (.Men's Union 'Bible class of this place next Sunday. Jefferson day was not observed here. SYMBOLS AS SHOP SIGNS A Legacy From the Old Days When but Few Persons Could Bead The man on the street, and especial ly the man on the stroet in Manhattan, does not realize that he is every day perpetuating in the signs that he uses the customs of a people who could not. read. In the old days it was useless to put up the sign "apothecary," because few could read it. So the apothecary decorated his shop front with a mortar and pestle as a sign of his trade. We can read now, most of us, but we cling to signs of this sort still. The symbol lingers. Here there a barber tries to throw off its yoke by painting a sign that reads "tonsorial parlor," but the normal barber silwp proudly sets up its totem pole, which retains as a tradi tion the silent but eloquent testimony of the former practice on the part of the brfrber of blood letting. Similarly the pawnbroker hangs up his trinity of golden balls because the original pawnbroking business was started by a Medici, whose coat of arms was charged with three golden 'balls on a field of silver. The wooden Indian signifies a to bacco store because it was from the Indians that th« idea of smoking orig inally came. The n?ble red man has HOTEL SEVILLE NEW YORK S. W. Corner Madison Av. and 29th St. ONE HALF BLOCK FROM FIFTH AV. In the center of everything, but just away from the noise. 8 MINUTES FROM THE PENNA. STATION. 8 MINUTES FROM THE GRAND CENTRAL. Single room, with use of bath, $1.50 per day upwards Double room (2 people), use of bath, 2.50 per day upwards Single room, with private bath, 2.50 per day upwards Double room (2 people), private bath, 3.00 per day upwards Large room, two single beds and bath, 4.00 per day upwards Parlor, bedroom and bath, from 5.00 to 910.00 per day Booklet with plan showing all Rooms AND THEIR PRICES ' gladly mailed on request. EDWARD PUBCHAS, Managing Director. thus been debfcsed and doomed to hold | forth in effigy a bunch of cigars to both I the willing and the unwilling. | A boot that swings as a sign says I plainly to every man, "This is a shoo shop." The shoes within will wear themselves out iln the service of thoso who buy them. A large wooden watch can mean only one tiling, and that is that the sign owner is a horologist.— New York Mail. |3.00 to New York and return via Reading Bail way, Sunday, April 18.— Adv. 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