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S Household Economy |
S Hon to Have the Brat <'« OR b <2
g Hrmrfly aid Save 93 by X
'• Making It at Home
tough medicines, as a rule contain a
large quantity of plain syrup. A pint of
granulated sugar with Vj pint of warm
water, stirred for 2 minutes, gives you
as good syrup as money can buy.
Then get from your druggist 2 , 4 ounces
Pinex (50 cents worth', pour into a pint
hot tie and. till the bottle with sugar
syrup. This gives vou. at a cost of onlv
61 cents, a full pint of reallv better cough
•yrup than you could buy ready made for
s2.so—a clear saving of nearlv $2. Full
directions with Pinex. It keeps perfectly
and tastes good.
It takes hold of the usual cough or
chest cold at once and conquers it in 24
hours. Splendid for whooping cough,
bronchitis and winter coughs.
It's truly astonishing how quickly it
loosens the dry, hoarse or tight cough
and heals and soothes the inflamed mem
branes in the case of a painful cough.
It also stops the formation of phlegm in
the throat and bronchial tul>es. thus end
ing the persistent loose cough.
Pinex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine extract,
combined with guaiacol, and has been
used for generations to heal inflamed
membranes of the throat and chest.
To avoid disappointment, ask your
dtuggist for "2'i ounces of Pines,"'and
don't accept anything else. A guarantee
of absolute satisfaction, or money prompt
ly refunded, gins with this preparation.
The Pinex Co., it. \\ ayue, lnd.
EXILED HOU>TD TREKS HOME
O'wnet Recognizes Emaciated Canine by
ork. Pa., Oct. s l,ov e for his old
home has brought * 4 80h," an old fox
hound, i aised by 1,. K. Sentz, of Felt on,
ha-!* after he had been shipped first to
irginia and then to the mountains of
Tuesday night Sent/, discovered an
emaciated old .lug dragging himself
into hi? yard anil, failing to recognize
"Bob," was about to drive him away,
w iren t • animal made himself knbwn
L.v joyous barking. Sentz has decided
to keep the faithful dog.
WILL MAKE CHRISTMAS COIN
Denver Mint to Help Philadelphia Car
ry Christmas Burden
Denver, Oct. S.—Announcement was
made here yesterday that the Denver
,mint vvill coin for use in
;ne eastern holiday trade. There will
$.1,000,000 in i2..">0. gold pieces. Sev
er: 1 ! millions iu silver coin will be
Phis is the first time the Denver mint
i as liee.i .ailed upon "or such coinage,
rhr Philadelphia institution usually
handling t'he holiday needs aloue.
To Dedicate New School
Hc siiey, Pa.. Oct S.—The new M. S.
Ilershey Consolidated school bui ling,
the gift of M. s. Hershev. will he dedi
cated October 12. N. C. Schaeffer,
Superintendent of Public Instru-tion,
and Henry Houck, Secretary of Inter
nal Affairs, will lie chief speakers;
A.K'V than .100 students are enrolled.
A Lady Bountiful
• Do you like Mis- Prattle?"
" Ves, she's so generous. Never
l,ee;is anythi g to herself anil is al
ways ready to give away even her best
' 1 -
No. 25 South Fourth Street
Dirccll) I nlou Mutiuo,
mnipperi Milli tut .Hoilcru liuprov?-
uitfuis; liter in every momi
Luc bath i perfectly f««oltiry; nit-fly
. ..i iiUUeil (hrouisliout. Hates moderate.
JOSiuPli wtll/tiTI, Proprietor.
217 Market St., Opp. the Court House
-to Comfortable Rooms—Each provided
\»ith Telephone with Free Local Service
Elevator —Every Modern Convenience.
Shower Baths Free to Guests.
J. W. Bodenhaver, Proprietor
Large and convenient Sample Booms.
Passenger and Baggage Elevator. Elec
tric Cars to and from depot. Electric
Light and Steam Heat; Rooms en suite
or single with Baths. Kates, *2.50 per
day and up.
J. H. Ec M. S. Butterworth, Props.
42:i-425 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
At the Entrance to the P. R. R. Station
F. B. ALDINGEB,
SO Rooms and Baths
Maurice E. Russ, Proprietor
Third and Walnut Sts., Federal Square
Corner Market and Third Streets
Entrance on Third Street
Rooms provided with Heat, Hot and
Cold Water. Baths free to guests.
W. H. BYERLY, Prop.
HOTEL DAUPHIN "
30» MARKET STREET
European Plan. Hates JI.OO per day and
up. Rooms single or en suite, with
luncheon, 11.30 to 2 p. m., 35c
Dinner daily, 5 to 8 p. m„ ."We
Special Sunday Dinner. 12 noon
to 8 p. m., 75c
A la carte service. 6 a. m. to 12 D m
HORTIMG A MINGLE, Proprietor*
For something good to eat. Every
thing in season. Service the beet.
Prices the loweit.
JILTED GIRL ISES REVOLVER
Orders Former Fiance to Drive Auto to
Minister's or Be Shot
Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. S.—A near
tragedy WHS enacted yesterday iu an
automobile on the principal downtown
streets by Lillian Kreps and Benjamin
Werner, an automobile dealer.
Werner had taken the girl, whom he
was formerly engaged to marry, out for
a ride. When they entered .Hfth ave
nue, the principal business thorough
fare downtown, the jilted girl pulle.t a
big automatic and. thrusting it against
the back ot' Werner's head in plain
■»ight of hundreds of passersby, ordered
Imii to drive to the residence of an
Kast Km I minister or prepare to die.
On Urant Boulevard, near Washing
ton street, the cowed Werner dropped
the steering gear aud vaulted into the
'.ear seat, but his strategy failed, as
Miss Kreps brought the heaxy re\ol
ver butt down on his head, opening up
n big ga«h and rendering him uncon
scious. Deprived of its driver the car
crashed iuto an embankment and piled
up iu a heap.
Passersby apprehended Miss Kreps.
Werner was taken from the wreckage
1 y the police and hurried to a hospital,
where his injuries were dressed.
KIKE AT MILLERSTOWN
l>arge Barn and Seven Horses on Mc-
Donald Farm Destroyed
Millerstown, Oct. S. —A fire of un
known origin destroyed the large haru
on the McDonald farm in the west end
of town on Tuesday night, between 9
and 10 o'clock. The buildin-g with
auist 4if was totally de
stroyed. There were seven head of
horses burned and all the grain which
j was in the barn.
The farm is tenated bv W, K.
Shra'viler and he suffered a total loss
, as he had no insurance. The barn,
which was owned by the McDonald
heirs, was insured. \ drover who had
, cattle in the barn at the time, saved
NO IMJCIif OR
Get a 10 Cent Package
of Dr. James' Head
ache Powders and
| hen your head aches you simplv
i must have relief or you will go wild.
It's needless to suffer when you can
take !i remedy like Dr. James' Head
ache Powders and relieve the pain and
neuralgia Send someone to
the drug store row fcr a dime package
of Dr. .lames' Headache Powders.
Don't suffer. In a few moment? you
will feel fine—headache gone—no more
neuralgia pain. Adv.
DENIES CRUELTY CHARGES
Superintendent of State Reformatory
Says Accusations Are Untrue
Huntingdon, Pa., Oct. B.—Superin
tendent T. B. Patton. of the Pennsylva
nia State Industrial Reformatory, when
| interviewed in regard to the charges of
inhuman treatment preferred by former
inmates of the institution, declared that
i he knew nothing about the incidents
referred to, but supposed the charges
were made up by former prisoners on
account of resentment for deserved pun
ishment received for violation of the
i rules. All such punishment, he said, was
1 administered according to the nature
of the offense, and in no case was it se
i \ ere or inhuman
The reformatory receives young men
from every county in the State. None
1 is received under 15 or over 25 years
of age, and the sentence is an indeter
, in nate one, the boys receiving their
parole at un early date when their be
iiavier justifies it. When the conduct of
an inmate :s exceptionally bad, he may
be transferred to one of the State peni
tentiaries. The average number of in
itiates in the institution is about 700.
and there are about 100 teachers,
guards an i other employes.
Foley Cathartic Tablets
on will like their positive'action.
They have a tonic effect ou the bowels,
and g.\e a wholesome, thorough cleau
sing to the entire bowel tract„.Stir the
liver to healthy activity and keep
stomach sweet. Constipation, headache,
_dull, tired feeling never afflict those
"who use Foley Cathartic Tablets. Only
2 sc. Specially comforting to stout per
sons who enjoy the light and free feel
ing they give. George A. Gorgas, Ifi
North Third street and P. R. R. Sta
tion. ' adv.
C. E. SILVER ANNIVERSARY
Held in Zion Reformed Church At
Marietta, Oct. B.—The silver an
niversary of the Christian Endeavor
convention, of Lancaster countv was
held yesterday the Zion Reformed
church, this place.'and nearly two hun
dred delegates from all sections of tlie
; county was present. There were three
sessious, an.l it was pronounced the
most successful convention in the twen
•I. G. Dailey. of Philadelphia; Walt
er P. Riggs. White Rock; the Rev. G.
D. Batdorf, Lan.-aster; .). Rauch Stein,
Bethlehem, were among the speakers.
In the afternoon the State committee
met and discussed a number of sub
jects. In the evening Dr. 0. H. Chain,
president of the State convention, ad
dressed the assembly. The Christian
l.ndeavor Society of this place served
1 the meals.
Special Train For Harrisburg
arietta. Oct. B.—This morning
| nearly three hundred people boarded
i tne special train for Harrisburg.
I Among the number was the Pioneer
I Fire Company, No. 1, under the lead
j ership of (i. Penrose Hippie, and the
Metropolitan band, of Columbia. The
new State, flag presented to thp com
, panv, was used in the parade for the
I first time.
Deatn of Aged Woman
.Mountville, Oct. 8. —Mrs. David K.
iMellinger. 77 years "old, died from a
complication of diseases. Srtie was a
member of the Silver Spring church and
is survived by her husband, several
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Tunnel Begun at Elizabethtown
Marietta, Oct. S.—The Pennsylvania
Railroad Company has begun the dig
ging of a tunnel, eighteen t'eet wide,
at the new Masonic Home, Elizabeth
town, hjj<l in Ui.e ue V future will be-|
gin the erection of the proposed sta
tion at that place.
Farmer Succumbs After Long Illness
Kin/.er, Oct. B.—Christian B. Hoover,
years old, died yesterday from a
complication of diseases after a long
illness. He was a farmer and gardener
by occupation, and is survived by sev- i
eral children and a number of grand
Vulcanizing With Light
Messrs. Helbronner and Bernstein, in
France, have been experimenting with
ultra violet rays as a means of e.xpe
diting and simplifying the vulcaniza
tion oi" rubber. Vulcanization consists!
in impregnatng rubber with sulphur,
The experimenters mix solutions of sul
phur ami rubber at norma.! temperature
ami submit the mixture to the influence
of ultra violet light for ton seconds.
On evaporating the liquid a film of vul
canized rubber is left. A very small
quantity of sulphur suffices —6 in
1,000. —New York World.
The Employer—By the way, the
| children usually eat with us.
•' The .New Governess (firmly)—,
must olf jeet to that.
They're sure to pick up such fault)
notions of grammar.—Cleveland Piaii