Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, February 02, 1914, Page 5, Image 5

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Two Most World-Famed Tonics
Combined in Vinol.
Cod Liver oil and Iron have proved
to be the two most successful tonics
the world has ever known—iron for
the blood and the medicinal curative
elements of cod liver oil as a strength
and tissue builder for body and
nerves, and for the successful treat
ment of throat and lung troubles.
Two eminent French chemists dis
covered a method of separating the
curative medicinal elements of the
cods' livers from the oil or grease
which Is thrown away, but to these
medicinal elements tonic iron is now
Jtdded, thus combining in Vinol the
two most world famed tonics. I
As a body-builder and strength ere-'
ntor for weak, run-down people, for
feeble old people, delicate children,
1o restore strength after sickness;
and for chronic coughs, colds, bron
chitis or pulmonary troubles we ask
you to try Vinol with the understand
ing that your money will be returned
It it docs not help you.—George A.
Gorgas. Druggist, Harrisburg Penna.
' Inol Is sold In Steelton by T. Prowell.
P. S. For pimples and blotches try
our Saxo Salve. We guarantee it.—
to enroll next Monday in
Day or Night School.
15 S. Market Square, Harrisburg, Pa.
Harrisburg Business College
Day and Night. Business,
Shorthand and Civil Service. In
dividual Instruction. 28th year.
329 Market St. Harrisburg, Pa.
(Successor to J. J. OgFlaby)
It's getting pretty close to the LAST CALL now and those
" who have been waiting until to-morrow had better hurry—
i there are only FIVE DAYS MORE and every day leaves
less books. So act quickly. You want this book—you
NEED it—and for these few days you can get it for
A Certificate
and (as explained therein) the small expense amount of
Greatly Reduced Illustration—The Big Book Is 9x12 Inches
"Panama and the Canal in Picture and Prose" intelligently
sets forth the true purpose of the wonderful waterway. It
not only gives its history, but foretells its future; suggests
its policy; explains its possibilities.
Don't Wait Another Minute
Where is there a more useful book to ">
put in the hands of school children? It MAIL ORDERS
adds to their knowledge of history; it Those residing at a
. . . , distance can have
puts them in touch with the world's the book on the
great progress; it teaches them to do big same terms b y in *
, . eluding the amount
tilings. named in the certifi
cate to cover the ex-
OFFER ENDS co " of
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Excellent Program by High
School Literary Society
Special to The Telegraph
Willi&mstown, Pa., Feb. 2. Wil
liamstown High School Literary So
ciety rendered a program in the hljh
school room on Friday evening to &
large audience. There was included;
I Music, high school choir; re&tatlon,
j Miss Estella Moffett: discussion, "New
j York Water Supply," Alva Barnes;
oration. Norma.n Bolton; historical
jtclection. Clair Row; vocal duet. Miss
'Clco Haller and Florence Hoffman;
j debate, "Kesolved, That the pulpit has
! been ft greater factor in the world's
| history than the school teacher's
desk," affirmative, George Bond, Miss
| Mary Griffith, negative, Arthur Kllng
er, .Miss Ruth Mason, judges. Profes
sor A. B. Crook, John Dyer and Mrs.
Benjamin Holler, decided in favor of
tile affirmative; humorous selection,
Jacob Mellon; Instrumental duet,
Mildred rook and Elizabeth Watkens;
extracts, Olive Boyer. Ham Haas,
.Margaret Budd, Gordon Shuttels
worth, Charles Ivllnger, Margaret
VVatklns. Margaret Dinger and Hattle
Williard; solo. Miss Annie Bhadel,
chorus by high school choir. The
next public program will be rendered
in two weeks.
Spttial to The Telegraph
Marietta, Pa., Feb. 2.—Miss Kath
ryn K. Miller, of Millersvllle, was mar
ried yesterday to Chester M. Kindig,
by tlie Rev. H. S. Shelley, pastor of
the Reformed Church at Willow
Think what Is stopping Itl Think of 9U
the terms and diseased tissues which
poison every breath!
Here la the bis point in the treatment by (.-
Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly. It purifies the air U.
as ft enters the nosf, throat and mouth. Its V
action ia simple, soothing and scientific. No I
harmful druga. <juaranta*d right and we
firove it by a big free sample. 2&c and 60c m.
übes-all druggists or direct.
konden Hit. Co.. Minneapolis, Minn. X\
II Catarrhal Jelly \\
One Leg It Crushed by
Falling Tree and Other
Fractured by Fall on Ice
Special to The Telegraph
Miffllnbur*, Pa., Feb. 2.—While at
work In the mountains a few miles
from Mifflinburg 1 , several months ago,
William Stahlnacker, a man with a
wif® and Ave small children, while
outtln* down a tree, was struck by one
of the large limbs and pinned to the
earth, badly crushing and breaking
hi* left leg In several places and other
wise terribly injuring him. He was
taken to University Hospital, Philadel
phia, where he was compelled to un
dergo a very critical and painful oper
ation —that of taking, or rather, saw
ing, a large piece of bone from his
good leg, placing it In the Injured one
where the bones were crushed. The
operation was a success and he re
turned from the hospital several days
ago. Arriving in Mifflinburg on the
late evening train, he remained all
night with his brother-in-law and sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gaunt. The
following day he was conveyed to his
home, a few miles southwest of Mif
flinburg. Yesterday, wni'.e assisting his
wife at some light work at the home
he slipped and fell on the Ice and had
his right log broken between the knee
and ankle. Mr. Stahlnacker is a wor
thy man of good moral habits and has
no means to maintain his family.
Financial assistance will be needed for
weeks to come.
Special to The Telegraph
Sunbury, Pa.. Feb. 2.—At a meeting
of the board of directors of the Run
bury Ice and Storage Company here
this week, it was decided to Install
machinery for the making of ice
cream, butter, etc. Fully 1,000 gal
lons of ice cream per day will be
manufactured and a large number of
additional hands will be given employ
Special to The Telegraph
Blain, Pa., Feb. 2.—The Rev. G. P.
Servls, pastor of the Plain Methodist
Episcopal charge, is holding an in
teresting revival at New Germantown.
The meeting has been in progress for
three weeks.
Anniversary Week Being Cele
brated Throughout City and
County by Thousands
Christian Endeavor
week, beginning yes
terday and ending
next Sunday, started
with special services
in many churches of
Dauphin county and
this city.
Christian Endeavor,
one of the greatest
movements in the
church and world, is
now thirty -three
years old, having
been founded Febru
ary 2, 1881, by Dr.
Francis E. Clark,
pastor of the Williston Congregational
i.hurch in Portland, Maine; it now has
80,000 societies scattered throughout
the world.
At the international convention the
slogan, "A Saloonless Nation in 1920"
was suggested by Dr. Clark and this
society is supporting the great tem
perance movement.
Threo big district rallies will be
held, one at Lemoyne this evening
and two in this city to-morrow even
West Shore Bally
The rally at Lemoyne will be held
In Trinity Lutheran Church, I. W. Ap
pier, presiding, who will also give a
short talk on "The Progress C. E. Has
Made in This District"; addresses will
be delivered by the Rev. M. S. Sharp,
pastor Lutheran Church, Enola, on
A Christian Endeavor Soldier" and
M. A. Hoff, a prominent business man
of New Cumberland, on the subject,
"Christian Endeavor The Training
School of the Church." The llarris
burg C. E. choral union will render
excellent music.
Central District
The big central district rally will
be held in the Trinity Lutheran
t hurch, South Ninth street, 10-mor
row evening. John Harder, vice-presi
dent, will preside. The principal ad
dress or the evening will be delivered
by the Rev. E. E. Snyder, pastor of
St. Matthew's Lutheran Church, sub
ject, "The C. E. at Work." A duet
will be sung by Mr. and Miss McKel
vey. The Rev. W. N. Vates, pastor
Fourth Street Church of God, will of
fer prayer.
Allison 1111 l Rally
A big rally will also be held in the
Fourth Reformed Church. Sixteenth
and Market streets, to-morrow even
ing. This district is composed of four
teen societies and will be presided
over by Paul D. March, vice-presi
dent. The Rev. Homer Skyles May,
pastor of the Fourth Reformed
Church, will conduct the devotional
exercises. Mrs. J. A. Sellers will sing
a solo and E. J. Muggins, president ofi
the Harrisburg C. E. Union, will'
make important announcements. O.
P. Beckley, ex-president of the Har
risburg union, will speak on "C. E.
Work." The Christ Lutheran male
quartet will sing special music after
which responses to roll call will be
given by fourteen pastors. Mrs. Ada
Culp Bowman will render a solo.
Big Rally Thursday Night
The most important rally will he
held in the large auditorium of Beth
lehem Lutheran Church. Green and
Cumberland streets, on Thursday
evening. William G. Landes, of Phil
adelphia, general secretary of the
State Sabbath School Association, will
deliver the address of the evening on
the subject, "A Housetop Vision."
Two banners will be awarded to the
societies having the largest percent
age of their membership present. It
is estimated that the church will be
filled to its utmost capacity as great
preparations is being made by nearlv
every society in this city and vicinity
to have all the members present. Sev
eral societies have a membership of
nearly 200 and many societies have
a membership of 100.
Sunday Talks Via Hart. —The Rev.
"Billy" Sunday talked to 2,500 people
yesterday by proxy when the Rev. B.
H. Hart read two of his sermons at
morning and evening services in the
Fifth Street Methodist Episcopal
Church. At the morning service, the
Rev. Mr. Hart read Sunday's "Mother"
sermon to a crowded house. In the
evening he read the great temperance
sermon "Get on the Water Wagon."
The Rev. Mr. Hart made the assertion
that Sunday has created the greatest
Impression in religious life since the
preaching of the Apostle Paul.
M. E. Conference Here.—Prepara
tions are being made for the enter
tainment of several hundred ministers
and laymen who will visit this city for
the forty-sixth annual convention of
the Central Pennsylvania conference
of the Methodist Episcopal church to
be held in Grace Methodist Episcopal
church, starting March 18. The Rev.
Dr. John D. Fox. pastor of Grace
church, is supervising the arrange
ments assisted by several committees.
Most of the delegates will be enter
tained in the homes of local Metho
dists. Bishop Earl Cranston, of
Washington, will preside at the ses
sions which will last several days.
Great luter«st in Bevivals. —inter-
est in revival services in the city
grows. At the Pleasant Sunday after
noon meeting in Lenney's theater yes
terday men and women were turned
away. The Rev. Dr. 1. W. Bagley. of
Camden. N. J., who is conducting re
vival services in Olivet Presbyterian
church was the speaker. His sub
ject was "The Cross." Revival serv
ices started in two city churches yes
terday In Olivet Presbyterian and the
Ridge Avenue Methodist Episcopal
churches. They will be continued for
two weeks. The Rev. John H.
Daugherty, the pastor, is conducting
the services at Ridge Avenue Metho
dist church. The Rev. Dr. I. W. Bag
ley, of Camden, N. J., has charge of
the services at Olivet Presbyterian
Missionary Meeting.—The Women's
Union Missionary Society of Harris
burg will hold its regular monthly
meeting In tho First United Brethren
Church, Myrtle and Boas streets, to
morrow afternoon at S o'clock.
Dr. Smith Attacks
the Religious Fad
The Rev. Dr. Smith preached two
sermons at Market Square Presby
terian Church yesterday which at
tacked the fads and theories of pres
ent-day religion.
Dr. Smith was particularly "severe
upon that class of people who believe
that instead of a redemption through
washing in the blood of the Lamb a
bathtub is all that is necessary; that
Instead of a tendency toward evil man
is constantly looking upward. He de
clared that wealth or residence In a
particular street or the kind of clothes
a man wears are no indication of
character; that God is ready and will
ing to forgive all who come to Him,
and that no particular sensation is
necessary as a prerequisite to convic
tion and conversion.
In the evening sermon, which was
in the nature of an after study of the
text of the morning—"Man Must Be
Born Again"—Dr. Smith gave a num
ber of striking illustrations of the con-
I version of men who ware regarded as
| hopelessly los*.
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steps In the scientific management of
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Sfecial to The Telegraph
Williamstown, Pa., Feb. 2. —A
spiritual revival meeting is in prog
ress in the United Brethren Church
with the Rev. E. Ethan Bender, pas
tor as the evangelist. Gospel sermons
are preached and old-time hymns
sung. Personal workers are on duty
every evening one hour before meet
ing tiine. Twenty-six have been to
the altar of prayer thus far. The
United Brethren Church has taken a
new lease of life. All departments of
work ore in fine order. The Sunday
school attendance last Sunday passed
its enrollment mark by five.
Special lo The Telegraph
New Bloomfield, Pa., Feb. 2.—Sat
urday next the annual meeting of the
Perry County Fruit Growers' Associa
tion will be held in the grand jury
room in the courthouse at which time
the annual election of officers for the
ensuing year will be held and busi
ness of importance in regard to the
next annual fruit show will be dis
To Restore
Good Health
The first thing to do is to cor
rect the minor ailments caused
by defective or irregular action
of the organs of digestion and
elimination. After these ©r
gans have been put in good
working order by timely use of
(Hm Lu|iil Sal* *1 Any MHMm ta Mm WmM)
better digestion results, and then
the food really nourishes and
strengthens the body. The first
dose gives relief and sounder Bleep,
quieter nerves, and improved action
of all the bodily organs are caused
by an occasional use of Beecham's
Pills. They giver universal satisfac
tion and in safety, sureness and
quickness of action Beecham's Pilld
Have No
Known Equal
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i hot an tut valuable.
Two Coal Yards
We have one coal yard and office on the
Pennsylvania Railroad at Forster and Cow
den streets.
The second yard is at Fifteenth and Chest
11 ui streets on the Reading Railroad.
Having one yard in town and another one
on the Hill enables us to make quicker de
You always get your coal soon when you
give ns the order and the coal is good, too.
United Ice & Coal Co.
Korater A ton drn Third A Boas
I .-Hi & Chpilnut Hummel A Mulberry
»"» " 307 Market St
What Shall I Do?
with my money to keep it safe? is
a question with people who keep
their money at home, and as a temp
tation to thieves or burglars. Why
not deposit it in a good safe bank
where it will be invested at three
per cent, interest and safe at the
same time. You can do this now
by putting it in the
First National Bank