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May Discuss Problem
of Labor of County
Prisoners on Roads
While it is a matter of conjecture
as to whether the Dauphin county
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will be interested in knowing that we have opened a savings
department, and hence there is now a National Bank in Harris
burg where savings deposits, large or small, can be made.
To popularize this department and in a short time, we are
sending out a crew of trained and bonded bank solicitors. They *
will loan free to new depositors little self-recording home safes
the most desirable and most expensive safes manufactured.
THESE MEN ARE AUTHORIZED TO COLLECT
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time we will I. only necea
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| prison board will take any definite
I action relative to the grand jury's rec
| ommendation for county prison labor
} on the township roads, it is likely that
the grand Jury's suggestion will be
placed before it at its meeting next
The, March sessions grand jury
among other things recommend that
the act of 1907 which provides that
the prison board, the county com
missioners and the sheriff combine
into a board to supervise the work of
county jail prisoners on the county
roads, be put into effect in Dauphin
county. John H. Mcllhenny, a mem
ber of the prison board, by the way
was a member of the grand jury. He
said to-day, however, that he couldn't
say whether the prison board will act
on the recommendation.
The act in question provides that
prisoners may be put to work under
the supervision of deputy sheriffs the
latte rto be paid at the rate of $2
per day, providing that prisoners
awaiting trial are not put into this
service and providing further that not
more than ten per cent, of the num
ber Incarcerated shall be used for the
purpose at one time. The law stiipu
lates that only five miles of road may
be constructed in any one township
at a time.
MANY CHANGES IN
[Continued from First Pago.]
then went to the church where the
appointments were eagerly received.
There Is but one change In Harris
burg, the Rev. Frank W. Leidy, pas
tor of the Epworth church for several
years, goes to Rohrsburg In the Dan
ville district, and he will be succeeded
by the Rev. Jos. D. W. Devor, who
cornea from' the Catawlssa Avenue
The clergymen remaining here are:
. Curtln Heights. Alvln S. Williams;
, Fifth Street. Barnett H. Hart; Grace,
;John D. Fox; Ridge Avenue, John H.
Daugherty; St, Paul's, Robert W. Run
yon; Stevens Memorial, Clayton A.
A resolution to request the Legisla
ture to enact a law reversin gthe re
cent Public Service Commission rul
ing, revoking the half-fare privilege
formerly enjoyed by the clefgy was
caried by a vote of 69 to 68 after a
lengthy debate this morning.
District superintendent, James B.
i Anthracite Mission. Berwick, Fran
cis Meka; Hazleton, Adam Nagay, and
j George Olejar (supply).
Ashland, Daniel M. Grover.
i Beach Haven, Hugh Strain.
Beaver Meadow. Charles V. Hartzell.
Benton, Harry W. Newman.
Berwick. J. Howard Ake; Calvary,
John E. Beard.
Bloomingdale, Abner C. Logan.
Bloomsburg, Edgar R. Heckman.
Buckhorn. George Martin.
Catawissa, Robert H. Stlne.
Centralia, Charles W. Bryner.
Conyngham, Harry E. Crow,
j Danville, St. Paul's, Edwin H. Wlt-
I man; Trinity, Alexander Scott.
Elysburg, Thomas F. Ripple.
Epsy and Lime Ridge, Edmund J.
I Excelsior, Byron Albertson (supply).
I Freeland, Andrew P. Wharton.
Gordon, George A. Duv&ll.
Harveyville, William R. McKinney
Hazleton, Diamond, William W.
Banks; St. Paul's, James E. Skilllng
Irish Valley, to be supplied by
Jamison City, Jared N. Diehl (sup.
Jeanesvllle and Audenreld, Zaccheus
Jeddo, Latimer and MilnesvlUe, L.
Elbert Wilson (supply >.
Jonestown, Philip Thomas (supply).
Laurelton, H. M. Trautman (supply).
Lewisburg. Jeremiah B. Brenneman.
Mifflinburg, Samuel Fox.
Mifflinville, John W. McAlarney
Millville and Jerseytown, William A.
Mount Carmel, J. Emory Weeks.
Xescopeck, Charles K. Gibson.
Northumberland, Isaac Cadman.
Orangeville and Light Street, Ariel
Park Place and Delano, to be sup
Riverside, J. Victor L. Wagner.
Roaring Creek, John H. Greenwalt.
Rohrsburg, Willard Shannon (sup-
Sellnsgrove, J. Earl Jacobs.
Shamokin, Lincoln Street. John S.
Souser; Chestnut Street, Henry D.
Shickshinny, Elmer E. Harter.
Snydertown, George M. Remley.
Sunbury, St. John's, Alexander Lam
berson; Catawlssa Avenue, Frank W. j
Town Hill, J. Fred Andreas.
Trevorton. Willis A. Gruham.
Wapwallopen, Ralph W. ICnittle
Washingtonville, L A. Remley (sup
Weatherly, John Horning.
White Haven, William W. Roth
Wilburton—Charles E. Lehman.
Richard H. Gilbert, field secretary.
Rohrsburg Williard Shannon
(suppply), Catawissa Avenue, Frank
Church Temperance Society, First
Church, Berwick, Quarterly Confer
Joseph Clemens, chaplain United
States -army, member Nescop£tk,
Supernumeraries—Charles M. Barn- j
itz, William Brill. Elton H. Wallace, j
Conway W. Dickson.
Retired —William S. Hamlin, Wal
ter R. Whitney, Timothy H. Tubbs,
George V. Savldge, John C. Wilhelm,
John Vrooman, John W. Buckley,
Henry F. Cares, Samuel P. Boone, Al
fred S. Bowman, Charles H. Camp
bell, Frank C. Buyers, Isaac Heck
man, John W. Forrest.
District Superintendent, Simpson B.
Alleghany, to be supplied.
Altoona, East, Otho C. Miller;
! Broad Avenue and Lyswen, Gordon A.
i Williams: Grace, Charles W. Karns;
j Eighth Avenue, Wilford P. Shriner;
I Falrview, John C. Young; Fifth Ave-
Inue, John H. Mortimer; First Church,
| Horace L. Jacobs; Italian Mission, Jo
seph Paciarelli; Juniata, Charles W.
Wasson; Juniata Circuit, William W.
Reese (supply); Simpson, Vaugn T.
Bakerton, Harry F. Babcock.
Barnesboro, Joseph K. Knisely.
Bellefonte, Ezra H. Yocum.
| Bellwood, Sam"el S. Carnell.
Blandburg, Gideon P. Sarvis.
Cherry Tree, Richard H. Colburn.
| Clearfield, Trinity, Henry R. Ben-
Sore Throat Prudence.
No family medicine cheat is well stocked
• without a bottle of TONSILINE, for you
' don't know what moment it may be needed
to relieve a sudden case of Sore Throat.
| Believing Sore Throat is TONSILINE'S
I special mission. It is made for that ad
; vertised for that—sold for that one purpose.
TONSILINE is the one and only Sore
Throat Remedy which is sold over a large
| ?art of the United States. You'll
aeed TONSILINE one of these y*
lays, or some night when the drug !!J
jtore is closed better have a bottle rj
ready at home Then vo« need it lil
most. 25c. and S(V. Hospital Size M
In Severe Cases
of Constipation ;
! Take Lax Links
Men and women who are habitually
I constipated often rely ijpon purgative
j medicines to obtain relief, but the
trouble Invariably returns as bad as
ever. Take this advice and notice the
•leneflclal results: In obstinate consti
pation. take a glass of lemonade or eat
in orangt- after taking one or two Lax
Links. These are delicious candy laxa
tives. exquisitely flavored with the oil
of spearmint and do not contain any
habit-forming or dangerous drugs.
They are mild, but sure in their action
and do not gripe or cause pain. They
will act properly upon the bile, na
ture's own laxative, causing It to flow
freely. Ideal for children. Recommend
ed by physicians. Sold by all drug
gists. 10c and 25c boxes. Write for
free sample. Boro Saliclne Co., Phila
ider; Eleventh Street, Robert C. Peters;
[West Side, Bert. A. Salter.
I Coalport and Irvona, John T. Wll
Curwensvllle, J. Max L&ntz.
Flemlngton, William Moses.
Glen Campbell, Steward H. Engler*
Glen Hope, William F. Gilbert
Hastings, William F. D. Noble.
Houtzdale, Jacob H. Dlebel.
Howard, James Jt. Dunning.
Karthaus, John F. Cobb (supply).
I Lumber City
| Mahnffey, Abraham L. Frank.
I Milesburg and Unionville, Henry K.
Mill Hall, Elmer F. Ilgenfrltz.
Morrisdale, Robert J. Knox.
Munson. Nathan B. Smith.
New Millport. Omer B. Poulson.
Osceola Mills, Herman H. Crotsley.
Patton, David D. Kauffman.
Penn's Valley, Walter H. Williams.
Phillpsburg, George M. Glenn.
Pleasunt Gap, David J. Frum (sup
Port Matilda. William B- Cook.
Ramey, Charles V. Snavely.
Salona and Lamar, Franklin A.
Sandy Ridge and Clearfield, Harry
Shawvllle. John B. Durkee.
Snowshoe, Irwin S. Hodgson.
State College. James M. Relley.
Wallaceton, Michael B. Bubb.
Woodland and Bradford, William H.
I Supernumerary, Elbert V. Brown.
Retired, George B. Ague, David F.
1 Kapp. T.ewis A. Rudisill, Charles A.
Biddle, William W. Reese, Marshall C.
Piper, <""eorge L. Comp.
District superintendent, Benjamin H.
Alexandria. Frank W. Roher.
Alum Bank, J. Arthur Garver (sup
Bedford. George W. Faus.
Bellville. to be supplied.
Birmingham, Harry H. Sherman.
Bnrnham. Norman H. Smith.
Burnt Cabins, E. H. Swank (supply).
Cussvllle. Jonathan S. Phillips (sup
Clearville. George M. Frownfelter.
Concord. Samuel J. Pittinger (sup
Dudley. John R. Melroy.
Duncansvllle. William H. Stevens.
East Waterford, R. H. Pierson (sup
Ennisville, Thaddeus Covert (sup
Everett, George E. King.
Frankstown, Charles Griffin (sup
Hollidaysburg, Charles T. Dunning.
Hopewell, Willis W. Willard.
Huntingdon, First Church, George S.
Womer; Fifteenth Street, Elmer E.
James Creek. Jonathan Guldin.
Lewistown, Dorsey N. Miller.
Manor Hill, Eli E. Sponsler.
Mapleton and Mill Creek, P. L. Gor
Martinsburg, George M. Shimer.
McVeytown, John A. Mattern.
Mifflintown, Edward E. A. Deavor.
Millerstown. Charles F. Himes.
Mount Union, Thomas S. Wilcox.
Newport, John C. Collins.
Newton Hamilton, William A. Lep
| Orblsonia. William A. Carver.
Petersburg, J. Merrill Williams.
Pine Grove Mills, A. A. Price (sup
Port Royal, Franklin E. Hartman.
Ray's Hill, Benjamin F. Hilblsh.
Reedsville and MUroy, Frank T.
Rlddlesburg, Albert D. Luring.
Roaring Spring, Edwin L. Eslinger.
Saxton, Carl V. Drake.
Schellburg, Martin C. Flegal.
Shirleysburg, James W. Chambers
Thompsontown, to be supplied.
Three Springs, Charles F. Weise.
Tyrone, Columbia Avenue, William
J. Sheaffer; First Church, William W.
Vira, to be supplied.
Warriors Mark, Edwin C. Keboch.
Williamsburg, Robert T. Whiteley.
Wolfsburg, William S. Rose.
Yeagerstown and High Avenue,
Harry C. Burkholder.
Supernumerary, Gordon Gray.
Retired, Ceylon W. Marshall, Wil
liam H. Bokden,William M. Fryslnger,
Joseph Gray, William H. Norcross,
Isaiah J. Reeser.
District superintendent, Augustus
Alrville, Marion J. Runyan.
Blain, Thomas R. Gibson.
Boiling Springs, Salem and Pine
Grove, E. Lamont Geissinger (supply).
Bressler, Calder D. A. Bruner (sup-
Camp Hill, H. Willis Hartsock.
Carlisle, Joseph H. Price.
Chambersburg, J. Ellis Bell.
Cross Roads, Edward Jackson.
Dillsburg and Wellsville, John W.
Duncannon, William W. Sholl.
Enola, Samuel F. Rounsley.
Fort Louden, W. W. Edel (supply).
Gatchelville, James Dohorty.
Gettysburg and New Oxford, Rich
ard S. Oyler.
Greencastle, Raymond E. Marshall
Green Village, Roystan S. Cuddy. |
Hanover, John W. Glover.
Harrisb'urg, Curtin Heights, Alvin
S. Williams; Epworth, Joseph D. W.
Devor; Fifth Street, Barnett H. Hart;
Grace, John D. Fox; Ridge Avenue,
John H. Daugherty; St. Paul's, Rob
ert W. Runyan; Stevens Memorial,
Clayton A. Smucker.
Harrlsonvllle, Edward J. Croft
Hustontown, John H. McKechnle
Lewisberry and Llsburn, David L.
Littlestown, Ellis B. Davidson.
Liverpool. William C. Bobbins.
McConnellsburg, John V. Royer.
Mechanlcsburg, James J. Kish.
Mercersburg. Rankin S. Caldwell.
Mount Holly, Ellsworth M. Aller. i
New Cumberland, Joseph V. Adams.
New Bloomfleld, George W. Mcll-1
Newville, Haynes H. Lippincott
Orrtanna, Wesley P. Griffith (sup
Rehoboth, Michael F. Davis (sup
Rouzervllle, Lucien B. Fasick.
Shippensburg, William R. Plcken.
Shrewsbury, Harry Daniels.-
Stewartstown, Harry J. Schuchart.
Waynesboro, George F. Boggs.
Weit Fairview and Marysville, Ste
phen B. Bidlack.
Wrlghtsville, Frederic G. Sleep.
York, Duke Street, W. Emerson
Karns; Epworth, Richard Brooks;
First Church, Morris E. Swartz; Ridge
Avenue, Allen C. Shue; West Street,
William E. Watkins.
York Springs, Luther W. McGarvey.
James H. Morgan, dean of Dickin
son College, member of Carlisle Quar
John B. Polsgrove, field secretary
American University, member of Car
lisle Quarterly Conference.
Eugene A. Noble, president of Dick- 1
lnson College, member of Carlisle
Quarterly Conference. i
D'strlct superintendent, Emory M. |
Austin and Costello, John W. Skill
Avis. Arch. E. Mackie (supply). I
Bnr.ezftto, Harrv C. .Moyr r supply).
Blackwell Charles A. Sauter.
Valley. M. S. Q. Mellott (sup
Cross Fork, Harry 1,. Jarrett.
r 'ubolstown. Owen Hicks.
Eaglesmere and Laporte, Walter R.
Ellmsport and Maple Hills, Thomas
J. Fulton (supply).
Emporium, Lyons M. Brady.
Emporium circuit, Frank L. Artley.
Fairview, David A. Sower, Jr.
Hoytvllle, David M. Kerr (supply).
HughesvlUo, Herbert C. Hinklo.
Jersey Shore, Epworth, James F
Glass; First Church, Theodore S.
Keating Summit. Bruce Hughes,
Lock Haven. Main Street. Robert J
Allen; Trinit;-, Alfred L. Miller; Cir
cuit, R. Frank Ruch.
Loyalsock, Alexander B. Mackie
Milton, Joseph F. Anderson.
Montgomery, James H Morgart.
Montoursville. Henry A. Straub.
Muncy, William L. Armstrong.
Muncy Valley, Joseph E. Kahler.
North Bend and Hyner, James H.
Oriole and Antes Fort, Charles E.
Penfleld, A. B. Harper (sppply).
Picture Rocks, James M. Brennan.
Picture Rocks Circuit, Homer C.
Ralston, Walter G. Steel.
RenOvo, Joshua K. Lloyd.
Salladasburg, William E. Ruth.
Slnnemahonlhg and Driftwood.
Thomas A. Elliott; ' Mary's, James!
I M. Johnston.
1 Troutßßutn t Charles E. Driver (sup 1
Waterville, William M. Taylor (sup
Watsontown, John T. Bell. . '
Westport, Elmer L. Ritzman (sup
Wllliamsport. Fourth Street, Frank
H. Bunstetter; Grace, Fletcher W. Bid
die; High Street. L. Dow Ott; Market
i Street, David Y. Bronse; Mulberry
Street, Oliver S. Newberry,
; Jacob E. A. Bucke; Pine Street. Edwin
IA. Pyles; South. Joseph E. Brenne-
I man; Third Street, Michael S. Der
Woolrlch. Robert J. Allen.
J. Reside Hykes, superintendent
American Bible Society, Shanghai.
Benjamin C. Conner, president Wll
liamsport Dickinson Seminary, mem
ber Mulberry Street quarterly confer
Wilbur H. Norcross, dean. Williams
port Seminary, member Mulberry
Street quarterly conference.
Charles W. Rlshell, conference evan
Retired —Charles W. Burnely, Levi
G. Heck. William H. Miller, Richard
Mallnl'eu, Milton K. Foster, William
V. Ganoe, George Leidy, John E.
Phila. M. E. Conference
By Associated Press
Pottstown, Pa., March 24.—The ap
pointments of the Philadelphia Metho
dist Episcopal conference were an
nounced this afternoon. Following
are all the changes made, preachers
whose names do not appear in the list
were not transferred:
Northwest district, William Powlck.
district superintendent; Dauphin, F.
J. S. Morrow; Hummelstown, A. S.
Fike (supply); Llewellyn, H. S.
Dande; Lykens, I. T. Edwards; Man
ada and Paxton, W. E. Tomlinson
(supply); Minersville, J. E. Grauley;
West York Street, H. E. Hand; Pine
Grove, E. E. Dixon; Riverside, R. B.
[Dysart; Spring City, Arthur« Oakes;
Steelton, J. H. Royer; Tower City, J.
H. Jones; Wiconisco, G. S. Kerr.
West district, E. G. Griffiths, district
superintendent; Bainbridge and Fal
mouth, to be supplied; Christiana and
Gap, William May; Churchtown and
Morgantown, W. H. Reeves; Goodwill
and Ebenezer, A. W. Kauffman; Leola
and New Holland, J. L. Hunt; Millers
ville and Martievile, J. L. Neff (sup
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A PHYSICIAN'S ADVICES
"Indigestion and practically all forms
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Friends of the popular patrolman will
entertain him this evening at a lunch