Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, September 11, 1919, Page 9, Image 9

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    Central Pa.News
Railroad Company May
Acquire Mountain Lake
Waynesboro, Pa., Sept. 11. —Lake
Royer, at Cascade, in the Blue
Ridge, may again be a lake with
water in it. It is reported on good
authority that the Western Mary
land Railroad is negotiating for the
liike —or lakes, as there are two of
them, upper and lower, communi
cating—for the purposes primarily
of securing an adequate water sup
ply for its trains on the main line
as also the Harrishurg-Baltimore
division, whose western terminal is
near the lake.
Personal and Social News
of Towns on West Shore
Miss Dorothy Lenhart, of New
Cumberland, is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Snyder, at Emigsville.
Mrs. C. H. Smith and Mrs. C. L.
Hale of New Cumberland, attend
ed the Smith and Hess wedding, on
Tuesday evening.
Harry Kohler, of Detroit, Mich.,
is visiting his parents on Reno
street. New Cumberland.
Mrs. Cathrene Fahr, of York, is
a guest of Jacob Eichinger and Dr.
J. F. Good's families, New Cumber
Owner of Hundred Farms
Disposes of Two of Them
Shipponsbnrg. Pa., Sept. 11.— -Col.
George H. Stewart, of this place,
who llkely is the owner of more
firms than any other maninthe
■snte his list exceeding a hundred,
and all fine ones, has lately been
selling some of his holdings. Hi ,
most recent sales were the McCune
farm at Oakvtlle. to James Hawlln.
and the Maclay farm in South
ampton township, to Lawrence P
Carlisle Soldier Has |
Honor Place in Parade
Carlisle, Pa.. Sept. 11.—A Carlisle
u nv . hid a place of honor in tne
p"rade of the First Division at New-
York yesterday. He is Lieutenant ,
Mervtn Eppley. He was transferred
from Camp Merritt and placed in
charge of the color guard of the |
division, according to news just r_
reived bv friends. He experts to
he stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor
for some time.
York Hotel Is to Be j
Made Into Hospital,
York. Pa., Sept. 11.—Sale of the ,
CUff House, u west end )j° 8te lr>. ,
and two adjoining dwellings. h>
Harry Trattner. to Dr. E. .
Moisenhelder. Jr.. was made
dnv and who purchased the prop
erties for the West Side sanltorium.
The Buildings will be renovated and ,
equipped for a most modern hos- .
Judge Gillan Hears
Suit Against Borough
Carlisle, Pa.. n—Fourt.cn "
divor-e cases, the largest number in
several months, were on the list foi
n session of court held yesterday be
for - Judge Sadler.
In addition, there was a . jecia.
•• Lament of the case of Gra.o i\.
Pshroeder against the Borough of j
Mechanicsburg. Judge Gillan,
Franklin county, heard this case.
Miliersfcurg Fsc, ie Buy
Food F~jm Government
Millersbui g. Pa.. Sept. 11. —Many
Millersburg people are availing
themselve of the opportunity to
purchase Government food through
the local postofflce. Orders to the
amount of ever SI,OOO has al
readv been sent in. Some of the
food alreadv has been received and
distributed and is pronounced first \
class by the purchasers.
nianiborsburg. Pa., Sept. 11.
The marriage of Miss Mary Eliza- ,
1 -th Sommerville, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bond Valentine Sommer-
V.ie, of Winburne. Pa., to Joseph]
t'lark Buchanan, son of the late
Andrew Buchanan, of Philadelphia
avenue, this place, was solemnized |
nt • home of the bride last eve- i
ni- at 7.30 o'clock. The groom is |
nected with the banking firm of j
>wn Brothers and Company at
1 hiladelphia, where the couple will |
Chambcrsburg, Pa., Sept. 11. —|
T. Bayard Beatty, son of George B.
Beatty. of Quiney. has been elected
teac-her of English at Lebanon Val- |
ley I'ollege, and will begin his duties 1
when college opens this fall. Prof. I
F.eattv is a graduate of Lebanon ]
Valley College and of Columbia Uni- ]
versity, and prior to his election to I
Lebanon Valley was instructor at ]
f'arnegie Institute of Technology at j
Mechanicsburg, Pa., Sept. 11. —i
The death of Mrs. Samuel P. Zim- ]
merman occurred on Tuesday morn- j
ing at her home near Shiremanstown i
after several years' illness of heart j
trouble and dropsy. She was aged I
72 years and a member of the State i
Hill Mennonite church. Funeral |
services will be held on Friday aft- j
' ernoon at 1.30 o'clock, conducted by !
Bishops Benjamin F. Zimmerman ]
and Samuel Hess.
Carlisle, Pa., Sept. 11.—Charged j
yvith giving a worthless check for |
a meat bill of sl, C. Scott Ricket, j
of Philadelphia, who has been in '
charge of the Doubling Gap Springs j
Hotel, was brought here for a hear- j
ing. The charge is false pretense ;
and was brought by John Park, a j
Carlisle butcher. The case was ad- ;
justed on the payment of the amount i
in dispute and the costs.
Waynesboro, Pa., Sept. 11. |
George K. McGaw, a prominent Bal- <
timore merchant and president of j
the Buena Vista Springs Hotel i
Company, Buena Vista, Pa., died at
his cottage at that resort, of hard- |
ening of the arteries, aged 70 j
years. Mr. McGaw was one of the J
incorporators of the Buena Vista j
Mechanicsburg, Pa., Sept. 11; —j
George W. Yeagy died on Monday
night at his home in Monroe town
ship after an illness of four weeks I
of a complication of diseases. He ■
was aged 81 years. Funeral services '
will be held on Saturday afternoon, i
conducted by the Rev. Dr. E. D. |
f Welgle, pastor of Trinity Lutheran j
church, Camp Hill. Burial will be !
In the DUlsburg cemetery.
[Other State News on Page 2.1
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I good gingham U7L 4 Ladies' Fibre Silk and Wool f Bo >' 8 Dark Tan Blucher School Shoes, made for hard white and brown Oi/C \ I W4
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SEPTEMBER 11, 1919.