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HT COS BWiliiii— *t has been known that Nature's moat rateable health giv- V IjjJv.
la 1 tag agents for tha ear* of disease are found la oar Americas forests. *VV
I' Onr forty years ago Dr. R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician to the Invalids'
| Hotel and Surgical Institute at Buffalo, N.Y., used the powdered extracts aa well aa
H the liquid extracts of native medicinal plants, each as Bloodroot and Queen's root,
GoMsa Seal and Stone root. Cherry bark and Mandrake, for the cure of blood
diseases. This prescription as pat np in liquid form was called
Qolden Medical Discovery J
pfc and Ims enjoyed a large sale for all these yean in every drug store in the QK
IE land. Yoa can now obtain the powdered extract in sngar-ooated tablet form of
Trjvmi medicine dealer, or send 60c in one-cent postage stamps for trial box to®
ur. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N.Y., and tablets wul be mailed, postage prepaid.
The "Golden Medical Discovery" makes rich, red blood, invigorates the
stomach, liver and bowels and through them the whole system. Skis
affections, blotches, boils, pimples and eruptions—result of bad blood
—are eradicated by this alterative extract—as thousands have testified. I
Sod 31 one net staxaps to pay cost of •nailing only oo a free copy of Dr. i
. Www's Cwnnon Sense Medical Adviaer, lOOS pages, clothboand £f
ADDRESS DB. B. V.PIERCE, BUFFALO, N.Y. jg%
98c Just Nowj
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read him again and again. His pages are so crowded with interesting O
characters of all types that you hate to take leave of them. You want 5
to meet them once more. The truth is you can't "take In" Dickens at S
one reading. The plot is so exciting that you rush through the story. X
and then go back and read It all over again, to enjoy its wonderful dia- 5
logue and vivid descriptions. g
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FRIENDLESS! ALONE!! ALMOST DEAD!
Cast by an all powerful ocean upon the shores
of a savage Island, a veritable plaything of fate
"LUCILLE LOVE, the Girl of Mystery"
Slowly comes to consciousness and wonders what the future has in store for
her on that luxurious but inhospitable shore.
Amazing and thrilling as were the events which resulted in the casting of Lucille upon the Savage Island,
In mid-ocean, still more marvelous and astounding were the things that happened to her, when tne black
hued natives discovered this fair-skinned intruder on their island. •
TO FIND OUT ALL THAT BEFEL HER, READ THE NEXT INSTALLMENT OF THIS GREAT
STORY, now running in these columns, at your leisure, and then watch the announcement for the moving i
picture dramatization by the UNIVERSAL FILM MANUFACTURING COMPANY, which will be shown at
all the local moving picture houses supplied by them.
| IT HOLDS YOU ENTHRALLED BY ITS HUMAN INTEREST, FROM START TO FINISH
I OF EVERY CHAPTER. AND MAKES YOU IMPATIENTLY LONG FOR THE NEXT.
Got Valuable Tips
on Municipal Repair
Plant For Harrisburg
Some tips on the construction, main
tenance and operation of a municipal
asphalt repair plant which will like
ly be considered when Harrlsburg's
proposed plant Is established, were ob
tained in Camden Saturday by City
>_ ommissioner W. H. Lynch, and City
Bngineer M. B. Cowden, department
of streets and public improvements.
The city officials visited Camden's
plant before returning home from the
snow shovelers conference In Philadel
phia. The Camden plant cost SIB,OOO
and the municipality does all Its re
pairing. paving, etc., with this equip
ment. Mr. Lynch said he thought
Harrisburg will be fully able to pro
vide a splendid plant for $25,000. the
amount provided, unless the price of
ground should be too excessive.
DANGER IN DELAY |
Kidney Diseases Are Tpo Dan-j
gerous For Harrisburg
People to Neglect
The great danger of kidney troubles
is that they so often get a tirm hold ,
before the sufferer recognizes them, i
Health will be gradually undermined. I
Backache. headache. nervousness, 1
lameness, soreness, lumbago, urinary
troubles, dropsy, gravel and Brlght's
disease may follow as the kidneys get
worse. Don't neglect your kidneys.
Help the kidneys with Doan's Kidney
Pills, which are so strongly recom
mended right here in Harrisburg.
Mrs. G. A. Weber, 313 Hummel
street, Harrisburg. Pa., says: "One of
the family suffered from kidney
trouble and his back ached constantly.
He felt tired and didn't rest well.
Reading about Doan's Kidney Pills.
I got a supply and they made an im- i
provement in every way. I can't speak i
too highly of this remedy."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 I
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, '
New York, stile agents for the United j
Remember the name —Doan's —and
take no other.—Advertisement.
Has its advantages, the chief of i
which is a price saving of 50c a j
ton on Broken. Egg, Stove and 1
Kelley is prepared to fill your j
bins with any quantity of any j
kind of fuel, which will be de
livered when you want it.
April Prices are 50c Lower.
H. M. KELLEY & CO.
1 N. Third St.—loth & State Sts. i
*tSJIRISBURG S£®& TELEGRAPH
MUSICAL CLUBS FRANKLIN AND MARSHALL COLLEGE
a> st *^H
Closing one of the most successful trips in their history, the Franklin ami Marshall College musical clubs will
play a return engagement In Harrisburg to-morrow night. The concert will take place in Fahnestock Hall, and
the list of patronesses announced In the Harrisburg Telegraph Saturday night indicates an audience largely in
creased over that which greeted these artists on their first visit to Harrisbu rg some ago. On the roster of
these musical clubs are several Harris burgers, including George, Mintzer and Daniel Kunkel, sons of President
Judge George Kunkel, and Clarence A. Zorger. These clubs have a number of masterpieces in their repertoire
and a rare musical treat is promised. ,
DELEGATES TO CONVENTION
Special to The Telegraph
Blain, Pa.. April 21.—0n Sunday,
delegates were appointed by the su
perintendents of the Sunday schools
here to represent them on May 7 and
8 at the annual convention of the
Perry County Sunday school Associa
tion, which convenes in the Metho
dist Episcopal Church at New Bloom
field. Following are the delegates:
Methodist. Mrs. I. Lindo Smith and
Mrs. Charles R. Hench; Reformed,
David H. Snyder and Reuben H. Kell;
Lutheran, Miss Lee Dromgold and
Miss Annie Harkins.
i ~ I
To Keep the Face
Fresh, Clear, Youthful
More important than the cosmetic
care ol the complexion is its physical
care. To keep the face clean, fresh,
youthful, there's nothing better than
common mercolized wax. It absorbs
the soiled or faded wornout skin par
ticles. Cosmetics simply add unwhole
somoness to the complexion. That's
the difference. By all means, acquire
the mercolized wax habit. It's so easy
to get an ounce of the wax at the drug
gist's, apply at night like cold cream
and wash it off next morning. There's
no detention indoors, the old skin com
ing off so gradually no one suspects
you're using anything. When in a
week or two the alluring youthful,
roselike, underskin is fully in view
well, you won't want, or need, a make
up complexion after that. It must be
apparent that this process means com
plete riddance of all cutaneous blem
ishes, like freckles, pimples, blotches
For obstinate wrinkles, a face bath
made by dissolving an ounce of saxo
lite In a half pint witch liazel. sur
passes massage cream and everything
else for results.
City Filter Patent
Before U. S. Court
Argument on the city's appeal from
the recent decision of the Middle Dis
trict Federal court on the filtration
infringement case is being heard to
day in Philadelphia by the United
States Circuit Court of Appeals. This
is the intermediate step between the
middle district tribunal and the court
of final appeal—the Supreme Court of
the United States. City Solicitor D. S.
Seitz and W. M. Jacobs will appear
for the city.
The question at issue is whether or I
not Harrisburg and half a dozen other I
cities of the country infringed upon j
the patent of the New York Consoli
dated Jewell Filtration Company In
installing and operating the same
system now in use in the island filter
plant. The middle district court de
cided that the patent had been in
fringed upon. If the verdict holds the
city will have to settle with the com
plaining company for a lump sum in
damages or a yearly royalty.
FARM HOUSE DESTROYED |
Special to The Telegraph
Dillsburg. Pa., April 21.—0n Sun-1
day evening the dwelling house on the j
farm of George W. Detter, in Wash- j
Ington township, was burned to the
ground. The fire is believed to have
started from a spark from the chim
ney dropping on the shingle roof.
Mr. and Mrs. Detter had been away
from the home during the day and
had just returned and started fire In
the kitchen range. With the excep-1
tion of a little furniture on the first i
fioor everything in the house was j
burned. Mr. Detter's loss will be \
about $2,000 partially covered by in
FUNERAL OF MRS. DUTREY
Special to The Telegraph
Mechanicsburg. Pa.. April 21.—Fu
neral services of Mrs. Mary A. Dutrey,
widow of George Dutrey, of Boiling
Si>rings. who died at her home in that
place on Saturday, was held this
morning at 10 o'clock. She was 70
years old and is survived by the fol
lowing children: Mrs. Grant Sprow
and Mrs. Harry Hutter. of Carlisle;
Mrs. J. D. Bowman, of Locust Point;
Mrs. A. M. Wise and Albert Dutrey,
of Boiling Springs, and Raymond Dut
rey, of Harrisburg. Burial will be
made at Springville.
MY wife, Jetta Houser, hav<ng left
mv bed and board without just cause,
! I hereby notify all persons not to
harbor nor trust her on my account, as
1 will not pay any debts contracted by |
j ROBERT E. HOUSER. j
THE annual meeting of the Paxtang
Cemetery Association will be held In
the office of the cemetery between the
' hours of 2 and 3 P. M., on Monday, 27th
I April, 1914.
! EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA STATE;
Spring City. April 16. 1914. I
! SEALED PROPOSALS will be recelv- |
ied by the Board of Trustees of the i
Eastern Pennsylvania State Institution !
'for the Veeble-minded & Epileptic, ail
1 the Superintendent's office. Spring City, !
Chester County. until KLEVE.V ;
O'CLOCK M.. SATURDAY. MAY l>.
1014, for the construction of Buildings I
"H" and "I," and for the heating, the
plumbing, aiul the electric lighting fori
the same, in accordance with the plans
and specifications of the Board prepar
ed by Philip H. Johnson, Architect.
Plans, specifications and blank forms
for bids can be obtained from the
Architect, 1824 Land Title Building,
"Bids should be addressed "To the
| Building Committee of the Board of
I Trustees," and will be opened and read
' In the presence of bidders at the Su
perintendent's office, at Spring City, at
eleven o'clock A. M. on the day above
No bids will be considered unless ac
companied by certified check or guar
anty bond as per specifications.
The Board of Trustees reserves the
right to reject any or all bids as it may
deem best for the interest of the Com
GEORGE W. FRENCH,
Chairman. Building Committee.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
North Londonderry School District
Offlce Hitch School Building
THE School Board of the Borough of
Palmyra, Pa., hereby ask for sealed
bids for the Heating and Ventilating
of a school building to be erected on
the site located on Railroad street, be
tween Cherry and Mabel streets.
Building containing 18 class rooms
and High School, etc.
Plans and specifications can be had
from Stetler & Mengel, Architects,
Bids must be in the hands of the Sec
retary on or before April 28, at 12 M.
All bids must be accompanied with a
certified check of 10 per cent, of the
contract price, and bid unaccompanied
with check will be rejected.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
M. R. FISHER.
BOARD OP DIRECTORS
North Londonderry School District
Offlce High School Building
1 The School Board of the Borough of
, Palmyra, Pa., hereby ask for sealed
: bids for Electric Wiring « School
' Rulldlng 10 be erected on site located
ion Railroad street. between Cherry and
Building r-ontainng IS ulsM. ruoms
snfl High School etc.
Plant and specifications <;tn be had
APRIL 21, 1914.
retary on or before April 18, at 12 M.
All bids must be accompanied wtth
a certified check of 10 per cent, of tne
contract price. Any bid unaccompanied
from Stetler & Mengei, Architects,
Bids must be in tue hands of the bee
will be rejected.
The Board reserves the right to re
ject any or all bids.
M. K. FISHER,
CLERKS NOTICE NO. 2668 IN
BANKRUPTCY ln the District Court
of the United States for the Middle
District of Pennsylvania, Charles A.
Kirby, Harrisburg, Dauphin County,
Pennsylvania, a oankrupt under the
Act of Congress of July 1, 1898, having
applied for a full discharge from all
uebts provable against his estate under
said Act, notice is hereby given to all
known creditors and otiier persons In
interest, to appear before the said court
at Scranton, in said District, on the
20th day of May. 1914, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the prayer of the said pe
titioner should not be granted.
GEORGE C. SCHEUER,
NOTICE Letters of administration
on the Estate of James Gregory, late
of Steelton, Dauphin county. Pa., de
ceased. having been granted to the un
dersigned residing in Harrisburg, Pa.,
all persons indebted to said Estate are
requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims will present
them lor settlement.
AL K. THOMAS,
Administrator d. b. n. c. t. a.,
Care of East End Rank.
GEO. F. IjUMB,
No. 1 North Third street.
Office of the Board oX Commissioners
of Public Grounds and Buildings of
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
JOHN K. TENER, Governor;
A. W. POWELL, Auditor General;
R. K. YOUNG, Treasurer,
IN compliance with the Constitution
and the Laws of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, the Board of Commis
sioners of Public Grounds and Build
ings invites sealed proposals for con
tracts for furnishing such supplies for
the Executive Mansion, the legislature,
the several Departments, Boards and
Commissions of the State Government
as described, and below such maximum
prices as are fixed In the following
schedules, for the year ending the 31st
day of May, A. D. 1915; Schedule A, for
furnishing all Paper and Envelopes: B,
for furnishing Typewriters, Adding,
Addressing and Duplicating Machines
and Supplies; C. for furnishing General
Stationery, Mahogany. Oak and Metallic
Furniture and Office Supplies; D, for
furnishing Engineering Instruments,
Blue Print Paper, and Labratory ana
Engineering Supplies; E, for furnish
ing all Books; F, for furnishing
Blushes, Glassware. Brooms, Mops,
Buckets, Toilet and Cleaning Soaps.
Towels, Rugs, Fuel, Uniforms, Rubber
Goods. Chemicals and Miscellaneous
Supplies; G, for furnishing iiose and
Fittings, Awnings, Carpenter Supplies,
Upholstering, Painting and all Hard
ware Supplies; H, for furnishing Sup
plies for the care of the Conserva
tories and Grounds; I, for furnishing
Lumber, General Repairs, and Removal
of Dirt and Refuse; J, for furnishing
Light, Heat and Power Supplies.
As the various classifications of the
schedule will be bound In pamphlet
form for the convenience of the Bld
! ders, it is therefore desired that In ro
' questing pamphlets the bidders indi
cate those desired by using the letters
! set forth above.
No proposal for any contract shall
be considered unless such proposal be
accompanied by a certified check, to
the order of the State Treasurer, in
one-fourth the amount of the estimated
contract; or by a bond, In such form
and amount as may be prescribed by
the Board of Public Grounds and Build
ings. Such bond shall be conditioned
for the faithful performance of the
terms of the contract, if awarded, and
shall have as surety two individual
sureties, approved by a judge of the
Court of Common Pleas of the county
In which the person or persons making
such proposal may reside or of the
county wherein shall be. located the
principal place of business of the per
son, firm or corporation making auch
proposal, or one surety company au
thorized to act as surety in this Com
monwealth. A bidder who shall have
accompanied his proposal with a certi
fied check, as aforesaid, and to whom a
contract shall have been awarded, may,
within ten days after such award, sub
stitute for said check a bond as herein
prescribed; otherwise said check shall
be retained in lieu of a bond. No bond
to be In less sum than Five Hundred
($500.00) dollars, conditioned for the
faithful performance of the contract,
and addressed and delivered to the Su
perintendent 6f Public Grounds and
'Buildings on or before 12 o'clock, meri
dian. Tuesday, the 12th day of Mav A.
D. 1914, at which time the proposals
will be opened and published in the
Reception Rooms of the Executive De
partment, at Harrisburg, and the con
tracts awarded as soon thereafter as
AS PROVIDED BY THE ACT OK
1913, ALL BIDS MUST BE RENDERED
IN DUPLICATE AND MARKED
"DUPLICATE" AND "ORIGINAL."
Blank Bonds and Scheduler contain
ing all necessary Information may be
obtained by communicating with Sam
uel B. Ranibo, Superintendent, Public
Grounds and Buildings, Harrlsburg, Pa
By order of the Board.
SAMUEL B. RAMBO.
_ _ Superintendent.
C. P. ROGERS. JR..
Herses For Sale
All In flrat-ciaaa condition. We
have mora than we need tor the
United Ice & Coal Co.,
Forster and Oowden Ste.
I THE Harrlsburg Polyclinic Dtapen-
I aary will be open dally except Sunday
lat 8 P. M . at Ite new location, 1701
> North Second street, for the free treat
! ment of the worthy poor
MONEY TOR SALARIED PEOPLE
and others upon their own name*.
I Cheap rate», easy payment*, confiden
Adams * Ce„ R. KM. * N. Market >«.
i his May Happen to You
The Utopia policies of the General
Accident, cover any disability due to
accident or sickness. The entire
period for accident, one year for ill
ness. Principal sum Increased fifty
per cent at once. Weekly benefits in
creased BO per cent at tne rate of 10
per cent each year for five years. Nu
Confinement to the house not re
quired. If unable to follow your oc
cupation, total disability benefits will
be paid you.
In this policy, casualty Insurance
h*a reached the acme of perfection.
10.1 North Second Street
To accommodate the work
ing people who cannot get to
our office during our daily
office hours, from 8 a. m. to
6 p. m., beginning April 1, our
office will be open every
Wednesday and Saturday
evenings until 9 o'clock.
Business may then be trans
acted daily 8 a. m. to 6 p. m„
Wednesdays and Saturdays,
. 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.
LOAN & INVESTMENT CO.
204 Chestnut Street
! >7ll SEALS & STENCILS M\
! 'il MFG.BYHBG.STENCILWORKS ■ ■■
U 130 LOCUSTS! HBG.PA. U
UPPER PAXTON TOWNSHIP
Buffington, F. D., produce.
Boyer, Jacob, groceries.
Cooper, C. C.. merchandise.
Fraellck, Frank, produce.
Freeburn, M. E., groceries.
Hummel, C. C., cigars and tobacca
Hoy, Jacob J., produce.
Kahler, J. E., hides.
Lebo, J. W„ milk.
Lebo, J. C., meats.
Lebo, Geo. W.. produce.
Lenker, H. E., produce.
Mlllersburg Milling Co.. flour and feea.
Millersburg Milling Co., wholesale Hour
Mace, J. F., milk.
Miller, S. D., milk.
Null, Philip, meats.
Novlnger, G. W., produca.
Negley, B. P., produce.
Ornsdorff, C. N., coal.
Renn, Mary E., merchandise.
Spotts. C. E., merchandise.
Spotts, Benjamin, produce.
Shoop, C. F„ produce.
Strawhecker, John, produce.
Strawser. J. W„ general merchandise.
Shaeffer, H. L. produce.
Seal, J. F„ produce.
Weaver, Lanton, produce.
Wltmer, J. D. milk.
Zimmerman, J. P.. produce.
Bonltz, Geo., milk.
Boyer, J. W., Implements.
Cample, H. J., milk.
Erdman. G. W.. produce.
Feldt, W. A., milk.
Gunderman, M.. produce.
Good, A. D., merchandise.
Gauglen Wm., produce.
Johns, J. J., milk.
Kopenhaver, T. M., produce.
Lewbold, H. E„ produce,
linker, H. C., produce.
Lebo, Chas.. produce.
Lenker, C. C„ produce.
Motter, Peter, milk.
Potlger, Henry, tobacco and cigars.
Smeltz, J. E.. milk.
Swab, Isaiah, meats.
Snyder. N. E„ oils.
Row, A. D., cigars and
Shade, Clayton, cigars.
Snyder, H. H., general store.
Ulsh, Jacob, produce.
Yam, D. W.. produce.
Yeager. Lewis & Son, feed.
Zerby. Jonathan, cigars.
WEST HANOVER TOWNSHIP
Buck, John W., meats.
Fox, Geo. W., merchandise.
Hess. 11. W., meats.
Landls. L 0., fertilizer.
Perkey, J. E., produce.
Bhubauer, J. C.. groceries.
Shaeffner, A. M., geneial store.
Stuckey, I. H.. produce.
| WAYNE TOWNSHIP
Bordner, James, oil.
Dlnipsey, Austin, groceries.
Enders, Elmer, produce.
Hartman, Chas. F., general merchaa«
Jury, J. E., groceries.
Kelter, Aaron M„ produce.
Kelter, Aaron M., wholesale product.
Miller, Jos., produce.
Miller. Jos. W„ produce.
Proudfoot, Elmer F., produce.
Rummel, Geo., ammunition.
1 Adamack. Peter J., groceries.
Batdorf, John F., stationery.
Batdorf. S. P., shoes.
Pood, A. A., groceries.
Davis, Mrs. Emma, confectionery.
Detrlch, W. W., pool.
Detrlch, Wm. W., groceries.
Fsterllne, J. R.. flour and feed.
Erdman, E. H., mill.
Fetterhoff, E. J., candy.
Foreman Bros., clothing.
Hoffman, Andrew, cigars.
Harman. Edwin, stoves.
Kolva. Wm. T„ pool.
Kolva, Wm. T., cigars.
Kerwln, Jas., groceries.
Kissinger, W. H.. general merchandised
I Keen & Rro., drugs and hardware.
I Kelley, Wm., groceries.
I Koppenhaver & Son, meata.
I Long John J„ notions.
Murphy. John J., cigars.
Messner. E. D.. pool.
Messner, E. D., cigars.
Miller Estate, Samuel, general merw
Miller, Adam, groceries.
Mucher, Geo. M„ cigars.
Prout. J. 8., drugs.
Pontius, J. H. clgara.
Row, J. A., pool.
• Row, J. A., cigars,
j Shadle, Wm. L, groceries.
' Smith, Geo. W., groceries.
I Umholtz. Edmond, clgara.
I Wleat, W. 0., groceries.
Zerby. Oliver, cigars.
For the purpose, of hearing appeals.
| and to correct any errora In appralse
-1 ments, the County Treasurer and my
self will be at the County Treasurer's
Office. In the Court House, Harrisburg.
Pa, April SO. 1914. from 9 A, M. te I
P M. o'clock
HARRY B HOFFMAN.
Mercantile " ATprat*sr."- -
Halifax, Pa.. March 2&. 191*.