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I ji UC&ION! *>3
GREATEST SALE in the HISTORY of HARRISBURG
I Fine Diamond Jewelry, High Grade Watches, Rogers' Silverware,
I Cut Glass, Opera and Field Glasses, Umbrellas, Etc., Etc
I WILL BE OFFERED AT PUBLIC AUCTION
I Absolutely Without Any Limit or Reserve
I This auction is the result of several years' accumulation of Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry. We
I have kept them as long as we could. There is a lot of money tied up in these pledges and it is neces-
I sary for us to get some of it back, so under the hammer they go. Any reasonable offer will be accepted,
Iso get busy and be on the scene early—you will get the biggest bargains ever known in this community!
I" So beginning to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at 2.30 o'clock, the cry of the auctioneer will be heard
"Going!" "Going!" "Gone!" at This Great i
STOCK REDUCTION SALE, at PUBLIC AUCTION I
Jewelers and Brokers!
UKj>J Jlf 429-431 MARKET STREET 1
imM? SALES. DAILY AT 2.30 AND 7.30 P. M. "9^l
Prominent Speakers at
Special to The Telegraph
Lewisberry, Pa., Jan. 30. —A farm
ers' institute will be held in the town
liall this afternoon and to-morrow. It
will be in charge of Morris M. Hays,
George Bowers and Park C. Bell. The
program will include addresses and
papers by E. B. Forsett, of Mansfield,
Pa.; C. M. Barnitz. of Riverside, Pa.;
Professor C. W. Stine, superintendent
of York county schools; 11. R. Kray
l>lll, of St r *e College, and D. H. Watts.
Three sessions will be held to-mor
Cough Two Years Old
Yields to Vinol. Read Why.
Strong vigorous men and women
hardly ever catch cold; it's only when
the system is run down and vitality
low that colds anil coughs get a foot
Now isn't it reasonable that the
right way to cure a cough is to build
up your run down condition again?
Mrs. D. A. Mi-Ot'c <if Wavcrnss, On.,
says: "I had a chronic cold and cough
which kept me awake nights for two
years and I felt tired all the time.
Ytnol cured my cough and I feel
stronger in every way."
The reason Vinol is so efficacious
in such cases is because it contains
in a delicious concentrated form all
the medicinal curative elements of
cod liver oil, with tonic, blood build
ing iron added.
Chronic coughs and colds yield to
Vinol because it builds up the weak
ened, run-down system.
You can get your money back any
time if Vinol does not do all we say.
George A. Gorgas, Druggist, Harris
burg, Pa. Vinol is sold in Steelton by
P. S.—For itching, burning skin try
our Saxo Salve. We guarantee it. —
Test Kelley's Coal
Put Kelley's Coal to the test in
any kind of weather. The quality
is there to burn satisfactorily un
der any conditions.
Much of the comfort of Harris
burg home owners in Winter time
is due to Kelley's Coal. It is uni
formly sized, it is all hard, all soft
or thoroughly mixed according to
the order, and is delivered as clean
as it is possible to make it.
Put Kelley's Hard Stove at
$6.70, or Kelley's Hard Egg at
$6.45 to the test in your furnace.
H. M. KELLEY & CO.
1 N. Third St
• 10th and State Streets.
FRIDAY EVENING, HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH JANUARY 30, 1914.
TRYING TO REACH 80
Sunday School Workers Will Talk
on Subject in This
The conference which is to be held in
Grace Methodist Episcopal Church oti
Friday eveninK of next week on work
among: Moslem children, is one of a
number to lie held in cities of tile State.
The conference will be interdenomina
tional, ami a committee, of which
.Tames W. Barker is chairman, and K.
F. Weaver, secretary, is arranging to
receive the touring; party. The meet
ings will be held afternoon and even
| From February 2 to 11 a whirlwind
tour of fourteen important Eastern
! cities will be made by this party of
j World's Sunday school experts, with
I the purpose of informing the people of
. the wonderful transformation that is
I taking, place among the ancient races
lin Mohammedan lands. Their mission
! is to enlist interest in a magnificent
plan, in which the Sunday schools will
! have a large part, in reaching the more
than 80,000.000 Moslem boys and girls
who now live in the most degraded and
The cities to bo visited in Pennsyl
vania by the Moslem tour party are:
Pittsburgh. Altoona, Harrisburg and
Philadelphia. On February H Pittsburgh.
Altoona and Harrisburg will be visited
by various members of the party, re
spectively. Conferences, banquets and
mass meetings have been arranged in
I these Cities and it is expected that the
party will arouse a mighty interest that
will bring lasting benefit to the Moslem
The touring party consists of the fol
lowing well known men: Tlip Rev. Dr.
S. M. Zwemer, F. R. G. H.. from Egypt
ami Arabia, author of numerous works
on Mohammedanism; Bishop J. C. Ifart
aell, who is in chat;ge of Methodist
Episcopal mission work in Africa; the
Rev. r>r. C. T. Eriekson, representative
from Albania, to the United States ami
Canada; the Kev. Stephen Van R. Trow-
IF YOU SUFFER ANT
Take Mi-o-na Now Perfectly
Harmless But Acts Quickly
When you feel nervous, blue, irrita
ble, tired and dizzy—when you have
headaches, sour stomach, heartburn
and pains in the colon and bowels—
you are suffering from indigestion—
you need Mi-o-na at once.
Mi-o-na is not a cure-all but a spe
cific for stomach ills—it goes to the
seat of the trouble und surely ends
stomach misery. It builds up and
strengthens the stomach walls and
glands, improves quickly the digestive
system and assists nature to properly
digest and assimilate the food thus in
suring good health —you are free of
the blues—life really seems worth
Do not suffer another day. Get a
fifty cent box of Mi-o-na Tablets at
H. C. Kennedy's, or your nearest drug
store. Keop them with you constantly
—they will help you get well and
strong and immediate relief is sure.
Do not delay—delays are dangerous
and needless. If not benefited Mi-o-na
! bridge, formerly missionary in Turkey;
Frank L. Brown, the new general sec
retary of the World's Sunday School
Association, and Marion Lawrence, the
general secretary of the International
Association. The arrangements for the
> meetings are being completed by the
' respective county Sunday school asso
ADDITIONAL SUNDAY TRAIN
VIA READING RAILWAY
Between Harrisburg and New York,
commencing Januarv 25th. "IIAR
; RISBURG SPECIAL" will run daily,
' leave New York 5.45 a. m., arrive
Harrisburg 1.40 p. m.; leave Harris
burg 4.35 it. m.. arrive New York 9.35
P. m. Dining car service on this train
Mummers Were Afraid
of "Thirteen Hoodoo"
Special to The .Telegraph
Sunbury, Pa., Jan. 30.—Finding
thirteen persons at the banquet table,
the Mummers' Association, of Sun
j bury, which planned and held a big
marathon and mummers' parade liere
on New Year's day, refused to go on
I with the affair until h fourteenth per
| son came. W. W. Fisher, a prominent
merchant, was rushed to th£ scene of
; the banquet in a special car and was
, made the guest of honor. An elabo
\ rate, menu was served.
Pride of Nation Lodge
to Initiate Big Class
Pride of the Nation Ijodge, No. 83,
| Junior Order United American ilc
j chanics. will initiate a large class on
| Monday evening at the rooms at 304
North Second street.
York Council will send a degree
team here to confer the degrees. A
program will be given after the initia
tion and members from nearby coun
cils will be present.
HORSES BURNED TO DEATH
Special to The Telegraph
Waynesboro, Pa., Jan. 30.—Three
horses perished In a fire which de
stroyed the stable owned by J. 11.
Oiler in the rear of his residence in
West Fourth street early yesterday
morning. The horses were the prop
erty of Charles Myers, the well-known
hackman at Pen-Mar Park. In addi
tion to the horses there were burned
a quantity of hay and corn fodder, a
buggy, top wagon and a six-seat hack,
all of which belonged to Mr. Myers.
The loss to Mr. Myers is estimated at
SI,OOO and to Mr. Oiler, owner of the
KRAMER MADE PRESIDENT
OF FIREMEN'S BENEFICIARY
C. D. Kramer has been elected presi
dent of the firemen's Beneficial Asso
ciation. Other officeft elected for the
coming years are:
Harry N. rt*lly, vice-president;
Marion Verbid, recording secretary;
Charles E. S'>*-.>hy, financial secre
tary; William it Lynch, treasurer;
Jacob H. Bo>J, *John White, Geary
Waltz, Eckles, trustees; John
lludgins, John White, Geary Waltz
and Leroy Eckels, investigating com
mittee: Jacob 11. Boyd, C. Frank Kef
fer and John C. Kindler, auditors.
SPEAKER FOR MEMORIAL DAY
Special to The Telegraph
Gettysburg, Pa., Jan. 30.—A com
mittee appointed by Corporal Skelly
?, 08t A ' R ' to en 8»B« an orator for
Memorial day have secured Moses
E. Clapp, of Minnesota, for that occa
sion. Mr. f'lapp is United States sen
ator from Minnesota.
EVIDENCE IX IJQUOR CASES
Special to The Telegraph
Sunbui'y, Pa., Jan. 30.—Judge Cum
mings yesterday heard evidence in the
liquor license cases of Elmer Roush,
John Murphy and Frank Troutman,
prominent cafe men of Shamokin,
This Mark Means
Juicy, Sweet Fruit
dgWgßp Oranges and grapefruit are good because of
juice—the pulp has little food value. When you
an orange or grapefruit, how good it is depends
IBHr the amount of juice it contains.
And when you buy these citrus fruits, whether or not you
WBm your money's worth also depends upon how juicy they are.
W Only Tree-Ripened Oranges and Grapefruit Are
I Fully Filled With Juice, Sweet and Spicy ■
K Oranges and grapefruit must have been tree-ripened to give them the full amount of ■
V juice; to which the buyer is entitled. The juice increases in quantity each day while the I
I fruit is ripening on the trees —and becomes sweeter as the citric acid turns to sugar. I
I Juicy oranges can be grown only under favorable soil and climate conditions, of I
1 course, such as are found so generally throughout Florida. The grapefruit grown in Florida I
1 has a world-wide reputation for surpassing quality and delicious flavor. 1
1 Florida Citrus Exchange Oranges and I
ft Grapefruit Are Ripened on the Trees I
K Only tree-ripened, juicy fruit is put into the This spicy, sweet and delicious fruit has-
HA market by the growers who form the Florida splendid keeping qualities. It is carefully han-
Citrus Exchange—because they believe in ad- died by white-gloved workers, and no hand
vancing their own interests by protecting the touches it in grove or packing house. No child
interests of consumers of their fruit. labor is employed by tne exchange.
Up-to-date dealers in almost every city sell Florida Citrus Exchange
Oranges and Grapefruit. If your grocer doesn't carry them, he will -
get a fupply if you insist. Should you have any trouble finding
the fruit, please to
W. H. Moody
207 Trustee Building Harrisburg, Pa
District Manager, Florida Citrus Exchange
churgerl with violating the liquor laws. HALIFAX GRANGE PROGRAM tive side Theodore Blever and Howardl
In Troutman's place a woman detec- —— Pritz. There will also be a class ini
tive worked for nine nights and re- Halifax, Pa., Jan. "o.—The ques- tiated in the first and second de
ported scenes in side rooms on the tion, "Resolved, That women should grees.
part of men and women frequenters, vote," will be discussed at the meet-
The court has reserved the decision ing of the Halifax Grange to-morrow " ArR J' ou familiar with the Mexican
in the Troutman case, but granted evening. On the affirmative side will situation?"
licenses to Koush and Murphy. be Joseph Miller, and on the nega- I oit"Free Press° Ck 11118 m ° rnlng '