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HE IS STING
111 MIFFLIN COUt
Wild Turkeys and Pheasants Come
to Held* and Wildcats
Special to The Telegraph
Lewistown, Feb. 26. —The roughest
winter weather that Mifflin county has
experienced In twenty years is driving
wild turkeys, pheasants and other wild
game into the fields near human habi
tation l'or food. In several sections of
the county wildcats have made raids
on chickencoops. The Rod and Gun
Club of this place will feod the game.
A farmer from Center county reports
passing a large ilock of wild turkeys
on his way to this place. Ho says
"they seemed but little scared at his
passing close to them.
Y. M. C. A Boys Walk Out,.
But Come Back on Trolley
Special to The Telegraph
Columbia, Pa., Feb. 24.—The Rev.
Charles W. Sayres, Boys' Work secre
tary of the Lancaster Young Men's
Christian Association, chaperoned a
number of boys, who enjoyed a snow
hike from Lancaster to Mountvlllo, a
distance of five miles, In last night's
snoitetorm. They had a novel trip,
through the snow and dined at 11
o'clock,, returning to Lancaster an
hour later on a trolley car.
f CANDIDATE FOR ASSEMBLY
Special to The Telegraph
Newport, Pa., Feb. 26v—It is ru
mored that John E. Eby, druggist of
thlfl place, will be a candidate for
the nomination for member of the
Assembly for Perry county on the Re
publican ticket. Mr. Eby is a member
of one of the old families or Newport,,
and is widely and favorably known
throughout the county.
Starvation Will Nt
But a Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet
Will Enable You to Eat Your
Meals Without Suffering
After Doing So.
Every person knows that to live in a
healthy happy manner we must eat.
Diet, starvation, predigested food, etc.,
are not the correct methods of elimi
nating digestion disorders.
Many dyspeptics know that they
must eat and so they go to their meals
in a half-hearted manner. When they
see food before them they are made
miserable. Their judgments tell them
to eat, but their stomachs revolt at
the Idea and so whatever food they
consume does them more harm than
"If I Were Sure Thl* Meal Would Not
Injure Me I Would Kat For I Am
Loning Welulit livery Day."
In cases of dyspepsia, catarrh of the
stomach, gastritis, heartburn, brash,
foul breath, bowel complaint, stom
ach trouble, etc., a Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet taken after each meal will do
more good than anything you have
# You simply cannot realize how these
little digesters put away ft meal, with
out effort, pain or distress and at the
same time HO build up the digestive
apparatus as to make the next meal,
more easily taken care of.
To understand what Stuart's Dys-i
pcpsia Tablets are composed of is to
realize that when they reach the stom- j
ach they dissolve Into digestive Juices
.iust as desire by Nature. They hold
ingredients which the healthy stom-i
ach is supplied with and the unhealthy
These natural qualities have a great'
digestive influence upon all food. One '
grain, of one ingrodlent contained in
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets is sufficient!
to digest 8,000 grains of food.
When you have given this a single'
thought consideration you will then
understand why it is that Stuart's Dys-1
pepsia Tablets are the greatest stom
ach and dyspepsia remedy known to
Thousands of stomach sufferers all
over this country, who have been re
lieved of all kinds of digestive dis
eases, are the influences which have
made these tablets sold by druggists!
in every city, town and village in this
Go to your druggist to-day and ob
tain a box. Price, 50 cents.—Adver
COMB SAGE KIT
Look Young! Common Garden Sage
and Sulphur Darkens So Naturally
Nobody Can Tell
Grandmother kept her hair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and abundant
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur
Whenever her hair fell out or took on
that dull, faded or streaked appear
ance, this simple mixture was applied
with wonderful effect. By asking at
any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Hair Remedy," you will get
a large bottle of this old-time recipe
ready to use, for about CO cents. This
simple mixture can be depended upon
to restore natural color and beauty
to the hair and Is splendid for dan
druff, dry, itchy scalp and falling
A well-known downtown druggist
Bays everybody uses Wyeth's S.-<ge and
Sulphur, because it darkens so na
turally and evenly that nobody can
tell It has been applied—lt's so «asy to
use, too. You simply dampen a comb
or soft brush and draw It through your
hair, taking one strand at a time. By
morning the gray hair disappears;
after another application or two, it Is
restored to Its natural color and looks
glossy, soft and abundant.—Adv.
K PEOPLE W
Franklin Hall at
Scene of Brilliant Social
Special to The Telecraph
Mechanicsburg, Pa., Feb. 25. A
pleasant social event of the season
was the formal midwinter dance given
by the young people In th!s placo last
evening In Franklin Hall. Music was
furnished by Weber's Orchestra, and
Rakestraw catered for the occasion.
Many out-of-town people were pres
ent, and participated in the new
dances. Among the invited guests
were: Mr. and Mrs. George E. Lloyd,
[Mr. and Mrs. Coover Eberly, Dr. N. W.
Hershncr and Mrs. Hershner, Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Alumina, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Dick, Mr. and Mrs. R. Byron
Schroeder, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Diets,
of Lemoyne; Miss Uertha Zulllnger,
Mt. Holly; Miss Fannie Hertzler, Car
lisle; Miss Edith Trojp, Harrisburg;
Miss Edith Stein, Cumberland, Md.;
Miss Jesse Houck, Boiling Springs;
Miss Mao Siiigiser, Miss Barbara Eber
ly, Miss Katharine Kough, Miss Mary
Clark, Miss Katherine Feefer, Miss
Sara Miller, Miss Agnes Long, Miss
Lyia Neldig, Miss Martha Shatflrt, Miss
Helen McCaleb, Miss Jean Sample,
Miss Mario Strominger, Lawrence
i Eberly, Fred Mumma, James O'Rorke,
Carlisle; Glenn Todd, Carlisle; S. Car
roll Miller, Chester Strominger, John
Shelley, Joseph Clark, Arthur N.
Young, Harrisburg; Ray Clark, Martin
Keet, Harrisburg; Robert Thomas, Bd,
Robert Neidlg, N. H. Schaefter. Boil
ing Springs; Warren S. Taylor, Harris
burg; D. H. Biddle.
The committee in charge were
George E. Lloyd, Ralph Mumma, Da
vid Biddle, Edgar Clark and Laurence
Will be proven with a Behr Bros.
Piano or Player. Spangler, Sixth above
CELEBRATE pOLDEX WEDDING
Special to The Telegraph
Columbia, Pa., Feb. 25. —Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Roye celebrated their
golden wedding anniversary at their
home in this place on Monday and
in honor of the event held a reception
and served a dinher to members of
their family. Mr. Roye is a veteran
of the Civil War and for many years
was the driver for the United States
Express Company in Columbia. He
enjoys good health and recently re
signed his position to accept one with
the Susquehanna Cut Glass Company.
Mrs. Roye is a few years his Junior.
ICE GOIIOE NEAR SUN BURY
Special to The Telegraph
Sunbury, Pa., Feb. 26. —Alarm is
being felt here because of an immense |
ice jam and gorge similar to. that
which broke Shamokln dam here and
carried off numerous bridges in this
vicinity. hTe gorge has formed on
the crest of the broken dam and has
hindered the progess of the water.
The ice is nearly ten feet high and
as water strikes it it freezes and the
thickness and height increase. It is
feared that if there is a sudden rain
and thaw back water will ?ain inun
date the lowlands here as tt did dur
ing March of last year.
Special to The Telegraph
Sunbury, Pa., Feb. 25.—Chief Bur
gess Dr. H. T. Keiser and Chief of
Police Merle Shannon took another
fling at immorality in Sunbury yester
day when they ordered all scarlet
women from Sunbury. Bawdy houses
have been closed and signs for rent
adorn some of the houses. Women
are barred from cafes and hotels here
and several poker joints have been
raided. Slot machines have been rele
gated to the ash heap. Both of these
executives were converted in the
Stough evangelistic campaign recently
I ENTERTAINED FRIENDS AT
Special to The Telegraph
Halifax, Pa., Feb. 25.—0n Monday
evening the Misses Buoyniske enter
tained a number of friends at their
home near Matamoras. The evening
was spent in playing games and in
strumental and vocal music. Refresh
ments were served to the following:
Harry and Joseph Shive, Norman
Fetterhoff, William Buoyniskl, Harry
and William Webster, Joseph Leo,
Myrtle Scholl, Annie and Sue Fetter
hoff, Mary and Eva Shive, Clara Lich
enstein, Lizzie Buoyniskl and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Buoyniskl.
MRS. MARSHALL ENTERTAINS
Halifax, Pa., Feb. 25. —Mrs. L. S.
Marshall on Monday evening enter
tained at a progressive "500" in honor
of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. ROland Carson, of Wild
wood, N. J. Prizes were awarded to
Iva Gemberllng, Florence Schell,
Claude Ryan and Warren Heisler.
Those present were: Mrs. E. L.
Shope, of Harrisburg; Mr. and Mrs.
M. W. Etter, Misses Iva Gemberllng,
Florence Schell, Florence Matter,
Mame Derrick, Helen Loudermilk,
Charlotte Heisler and Messrs. Russell
Poffonberger, Reed Landis, W. C.
Heisler, Claude Ryan and Charles R.
Bressler and Miss Anna Prenzel.
Overcome by Simple Remedy
Hurried and careless habits of eat
ing, irregular meals and foods that
do not harmonize, tend to weaken
the digestive organs and result In
different forms of stomach trouble.
If you are one of the unfortunates
who have drifted into this condition,
eat simple foods only, slowly, regu
larly and take Vlnol, our delicious cod
liver and iron tonic.
Mrs. H. J. Smith, Thomasvllle, Ga.,
says: "I suffered from a stomach
trouble, was tired, worn out and ner
vous. A friend advised me to take
Vlnol. My stomach trouble soon dis
appeared and now I eat heartily and
have a perfect digestion and I wish
every tired, weak woman could have
Vlnol, for I never spent any money
in my life that did me so much good."
The recovery of Mrs. Smith was due
to the combined action of the medi
cinal elements of the cods' livers—aid
ed by the blood making and strength
creating properties of tonic iron, which
are contained in Vinol. We will return
the purchase money every time Vinol
falls to benefit. George A. Gorgas,
druggist, Harrisburg, Penna. Vinol is
sold In Steelton by T. Prowell.
P. S. Our Saxo Salve stops Itching
ind begins healing at once.—Adver
, • - ; $ • - • r •: ■ ' ;
HARRISBURG <6BBI TELEGRAPH
fWEST SHORE NEWS]
EPIDEMIC OF FIRES
Boy Playing With Matches, Defec
tive Fine and Elower Torch
Wormleysburg, Pa., Fob. 25.—Three
(Ires In one afternoon established a
new record for Wormleysburg yes
terday. Each blaze was easily extin
guished before much damage was
done. The fires were the first in the
town for a year. The Wormleysburg
Fire Company had but one run and
only one alarm was sounded.
The iirst lire of the afternoon oc
curred about 1 o'clock at the home of
Albert Keller, in Poplar street, when
the chimney began to blaze. Smoke
Issued from all sides of the chimney
and filled the house. P. C. Coble, who
lives near the Are house, was notified
and he sounded the alarm. Fire ex
tinguishers wore rushed to the house
and in a short time the blaze was
controlled. The firemen then cleaned
the chimney so that there would be no
Mr. Coblo At It Again
Mr. Coble was slated for more than
the sounding of an alarm. Soon after
the firemen left the Keller l;ome ho
walked to Front and Ferry streets,
where he stood in front of the home of
E. F. Arnes-, telling Mr. Arney about
the fire. In a few minutes Russel, a
son of Mr. Arney, aged about 6 years,
rushed up to his father crying that ho
had set a bedroom afire. Mr. Coblo
and Mr. Arney procured buckets and
In a short time had enough water on
the blaze to extinguished it.
Russel Arney was playing with
matches in the room when the head
of one of them flow into a bed. Imme
diately the bed clothing and the mat
tress were in flames and the little boy,
becoming frightened, summoned help.
The damage will not amount to very
Torch Causes Third
The third and last blaae of the day
occurred at tho parsonage of St. Paul's
United Brethren Church, occupied by
the Rev. G. B. Renshaw. For several
hours the minister and J. D. Hippie
were .endeavoring to thaw out a water
pipe, but their efforts failed. Late in
the afternoon they sent for J. Fred
Hummel. Mr. Hummel had a blower
torch and when the flame came in
contact With some old newspapers
which were wrapped about the pipe
the blaze was started. Mr. Hummel
papers from the pipe
with his bare hands, burning them
slightly. A bucket of water quenched
th© fire. The heat from the burning
paper thawed out the pipe.
The Are company was not called to
the parsonage or the Arney home.
Traction Company Takes
No Action on Petition
Lemoyne, Pa., Feb. 25.—The Valley
Railways Company, which operates ail
the 'cross-river cars, has not as yet
taken any action on the petition pre
sented to the company by residents of
New Cumberland about three weeks
ago asking that transfers be Issued on
all cars. C. H. Bishop, president of
the company, said this morning that
the petition had been received, but
that it was lying dormant. He ex
plained that the annual meeting of the
company has already been held and
that a session at which the petition
could be considered would have to be
a special one, at which only the mem
bers of the board of directors would
Continuing, he said there was
little likelihood of a special meeting
The New Cumberland petitioners,
should the traction company fail in
the course of time to grant the re
quest, will place another petition in
the hands of the Public Service Com
mission. Mr. Bishop said that if that
should be done, their side of the case
would probably be left to the attorneys
for the company.
LINEN SHOWER FOR DAUGHTER
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Frank, of
&4 Columbia road, Enola, gave a
| linen shower at their home on Monday
evening in lionop of their daughter
'Mrs. Norman F. Shuey. Many beau
tiful and useful presents were re
ceived and games and music were en-
Joyed by the guests, after which re
freshments were served to the follow-
Misses Gladys Mumma, Viola Red
'man, Clara Snyder, Esther Shuey
I Clara Bennett Kathryn Swartz. Anna
Kessler, William Mumma, George
Wallace, Philip Fordney, Herbert
Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Norman F
Shuey and Mrs. H. E. Frank.
SOCIETY OFFICERS ELECTED
Last evening the Young Peoples-
Missionary Society of the United
Evangelical church held its regular
i monthly meeting. Officers for the en
suing year were elected as follows:
Hettnan Hippie; vice-presi
dent, Miss Ruth Kennedy; secretary,
Lester Mutch; treasurer, Cassius Ken
lieuj-, librarian, Owen Kennedy: or
ganist, Miss Romaine Benfer; assist
ant organist, Miss Ruth Kennedy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wadsworth,
of Enola, announce the birth of a
daughter. Sunday, February 22. Mrs.
Wadsworth was formerly Miss Lottie
Kessler, of Enola.
CAR REPAIRMEN SHOVEL SNOW
At Enola the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company has had several hundred of
the car repairmen at work shoveling
enow during the past several days.
FILLING ICE HOUSES
Ice dealers at New Cumberland are
having ice cut and are filling their ice
DAUGHTERS VISIT YORK
Last evening a delegation of the
Daughters of Liberty of New Cum
berland visited the lodge at York.
The evangelistic meetings which
have been in progress in the Baugh
man Memorial church at New Cum
berland have closed.
Samuel Kaufm. i has purchased the
property of the Kaufman estate,
which he has occupied in Market
Square as a store bullying.
LADIES' AUXILIARY MEETS
Wormleysburg, Pa., Fob. 25.—The
Ladies' Auxiliary to the Wormleysburg
Fire Company met at the home of
Miss Edna Eckert last ®v« ling and
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I minute news pictures. Staff photogra- ji
H phers on the job have snapped everywhere B
M the most interesting current events and ||
■ people with picturesqueness and speed. ' II
II The eye of the camera will convey ji
B them all to you, graphically, every Thurs- I
I day morning. Every field of activity is ||
covered. Crack Ledger photographers w
9 and reporters will be in the training camps I
| of the Athletics and Ph.llies, so that I
II this newspaper can get quick action for I
,1 folio vers of sport. H
' Be sure you see Thursday's Ledger. K
Watch this new feature. It is another
plank in the Ledger's platform of present- g
ing a great, complete newspaper. If
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HARRISBURG. PA. i\*s
1 made further plans for the fulr, which
will be held for the purpose of helping
along the movement for a new lire
house and town hall. Several addi
tional names were added to the list,
making the total membership fifty
eight. The auxiliary decided to ac
cept the invitation extended by the lira
company to be present at the anni
versary exercises on March 5.
WILL OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY
Wormleysburg, Pa., Feb. 25.—At a
meeting of the Wormleysburg Flrt
Company the members decided to cele
brate the fifth anniversary, which oc
curs March 5. by entertaining the resi
dents of the town. The company was
organized March 5. 1909. During the
evening a history of the company will
be read by P. C. Coble, the president,
and the financial standing of the com
pany will be announced. Sandwiches,
coffee, ice cream and cake will be
served to all who attend the cele
bration. A committee has been ap
pointed to arrange for the event and
further plans will be announced later.
CLASS TO TAKE SLEIGHRIDE
Wormleysburg, Pa., Feb. 25.—Mrs.
John J. Hemmer will chaperon the
members of her Sunday school class
of St. Paul United Brethren Church
and their friends at a sleighing party
to New Kingston this evening. The
party will leave Mrs. Hemmer's home.
Front and Locust streets, at 7.30
o'clock in one of J. D. Hippie's big
sleighs and go to the home of C. H.
Howard, ut New Kingston, where an
oyster supper will be served. About
seventeen couples will take the trip.
MRS. EARLY ENTERTAINS
Wormleysburg, Pa., Feb. 25. —Mrs.
H. L. Early, of Second and Walnut
streets, entertained a number of her
friends at a Colonial party last even
ing. Games were played and music
was furnished, to the enjoyment of the
quests, by Mrs. Edna Diven. At a
late hour a supper was served. Among
hose present were Mrs. Edna Diven,
Mrs. William Wyble, Mrs. Agnes Cam
eron. Mrs. David Elllnger, Mrs. Crist
Lindsay. Mrs. Harry Funk. Mrs. Geo.
Wlngard, Mrs. Harry Fish, Mrs. John
Bendal, Miss Ula Clark, Miss Mabel
Early and Mrs. H. L. Early.
Annual Glee Club Concert
of Irving College Students,
I Special to Tht Ttltgraph
1 Mechanlcsburg, Pa, Fob. 24. —Mon- I
day evening the annual Glee Club
concert of Irving College was given
with Miss Mabel Frances Hall, di- i
rector, assisted by Miss Jane Rae, j
reader, in Columbian Hall. The music, i
as usual, was a treat to all who ven-,
tured out on the stormy night to hearj
it, and the readings of Miss Rae, the!
new elocution teacher, were greatly]
i enjoyed. Following Is the program:
i (a) "Alma Mater," MacDowell, (b)
"Dance Song," Weinzlerl, Glee Club;
(a)" 0, Wert Thou in the Cauld Blast,"
Mendelssohn, (b) "Minuet," Patty
Stair, (c) "The Night Has a Thousand
Eyes," Rogers, Glee Club; reading,,
Miss Rae; (a) "Loch Lomond," Old
Scotch melody, arranged by Macy, (b)
"The Land o' the Leal," Boltwood, (c)
"The Gap In the Hedge," Barnard
Lynes (solo. Miss Ofr), (d) "Cradle
Song," Glee Club; quartet, (a) "My;
Lady Chlo'," Clough-Lelghter, (b)
"Ashes of Roses," Cole, Misses Orr,
Wolfersberger, Potter, Lines.
Part 2—(a) "Faithful Johnnie,"
Beethoven-Saar, (b) "Silver Bell (ob
llgato, Miss Singiser), (c) "Keln
Halmlein Wacht Auf Erden," Bach-
Frank, Glee Club; piano solo, "Rondo
Capriccloso," Mendelssohn, "Mazurka
Caprice," Wollenhaupt, Miss Fike; (a)
"The Rosary," Nevln, (b) "Destiny,"
• Huhn, (c) "Sweetheart, My Song is
Come," Slms-Lynes, Glee Club; read
ing, Miss Rae; "By Babylon's Wave,"
Gounod-Harris, Glee Club.
Dlllsburg, Pa., Feb. 25.—The fourth
entertainment of the course of Ly
ceum entertainments under the aus
pices of the citizens' committee was
held on Monday night. The entertain
ers were the Fishor Shlpp Concert
Company of the Antrim Lyceum
Bureau of Philadelphia. Despite the
snowy weather, a good number of gen
eral admission tickets were sold, be
sides the season tickets.
FEBRUARY 25, 1914.
Big Class Will Graduate
at Waynesboro High School
Wayneaboro, Pa., Feb. 25. This
(year the number of graduate!) of the
Wayneaboro High School la the largest
In the history of the school. There
i are forty-six. Following are the honor
I members and their averages for the
, past four years, or while in the High
School: Miss Marjorie Shearer, vale-j
Idlctorlan, averaan 82.99 per cent.; Miss
! Gertrude Noel, salutatorlan, 92,12:
i Miss Margaret Shearer, third honor,
92; Stoles Good lius been given hon
orable mention with an average of
Superintendent of Schools J. H.
Reber lias secured the Itev. William
H. Orr, pastor of the Presbyterian
, Church, to preach the baccalaureate
sermon to the graduating class, Sun
day evening, May 24.
EAT NEW BREAD, CABBAGE. SAUSAGE
AND DIGEST IT. "PAH'S DIAPEPSIN"
No indigestion, no sour, gassy
stomach or dyspepsia.
Do lome foods you eat hit back—
taste good, but work badly; ferment
Into stubborn lumps and cause a sick,
sour, gassy stomach? Now. Mr. or
Mrs. Dyspeptic, jot this down: Pape'a
, Dlapepsln digests everything, leaving
j nothing to sour and upset you. No
difference how badly your stomach is
disordered, you got happy relief In
five minutes, but what pleases you
most is that It strengthens and regu
late* your stomach so you can eat
Retired Reading Railroad
Man Dies at Columbia
i bpicial to The Telegraph
Columbia, Pa., Feb. 24. Bernard
Edelnian, for forty-eight years an em
ploye of the Reading Railway, dleil
iat the home of hie son, Bernard S.
j Qdelman, here this morning. He was
80 years old and had been a resident
!of Columbia for the past, eighteen
years. Mr. Edelman was placed on
. the retired list in 1902, and was a
member of the Reading Railroad lU
lief Association. For many years he
was employed as watchman at the
railroad crossing at Lundlsvliu. His
only surviving child is Bernard, .an
i engineer on the Pennsylvania Rail
road running out of Enola, and with
whom he made his home.
your favorite foods without fear.
Most remedies give you relief some
times—they are slow, but not sure-
Dlapepsln Is quick, positive and puts
your stomach In a healthy condition
so the misery won't como back,
You feel different as soon as Pape's
Dlapepsln comes In contact with the
stomach—distress just vanishes—your
stomach gets sweet, no gases, no
belching, no eructations of undigested
food, your head clears and you feel
Put an end to stomach trouble be
getting a large fifty-cent case of
Pape'n Dlapepsln from any drug store.
You realize In five minutes how need
less It Is to suffer from Indigestion,
dyspepsia or any stnrwnb disorder,—