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Witmer, Bair & Witmer I Witmer, Bair 8c Witmer
We are Prepared for the Season's
Rush Now Here
<| Come and inspect the Newest Style Suits, Coats, Dresses for office, street,
afternoon and evening wear- Dress Skirts, Silk Petticoats, Waists in silk.
Chiffon, Crepe de Chine, Mescaline, Lace, Lingerie. Linen. \ oile. etc. The
New College or Skating Coats, etc.
Special Suits, Heavy Poplin, Satin Lined throughout—Russian green, dark
brown, navy and black —all sizes. $16.75
(5 New Short and Long Coat Suits, $13.75, $15.00, $16.75, $17.50, $18.75, $21.50,
$22.50, $25.00 to $67.00.
<H 150 Serge and Satine and Serge Combination Dresses $6.50 to $36.50
<| 100 Waists Specials—White Voile and Lingerie, $1.95 to $:*.75. Special, 95c
<j 150 Dress Skirts, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $2.95, $3.50, $3.95, $5.00, $5.95, $6.50,
$7.50 to 13.75.
q 175 Silk Petticoats, $2.95, $3.25, $3.50, $3.95, $4.00 and $5.00
Witmer, Bair & Witmer Annex, 311 Walnut Street
<| 150 "Waists —voile, lingerie, etc.. low neck, three-fourth length sleeves. Spe
<1 50 White Lingerie Waists —high neck, three-fourth length sleeves, neatly
trimmed. Special 40c
Q House Dresses —ginghams, percales, etc.. 16 to 56 sizes. .. .SI.OO to $1.65
C( Serge Skirts—navy and black, long over skirt or plain $2.25 to $4.25
.">0 Street and House Dresses —white and colored. $2 to $2.50. Special. SI.OO
if Silk Petticoats—colors and black,
$1.75, $1.95, $2.50, $2.75, $2.95, $2.98
<1 Serge Dresses—navy, black and brown. P. K. collar and cuffs, long over
skirt $3.75 and $4.50
New Full Length Black Thibet Coats $4.75
<5 7 X.avy Blue Bouele Coats, plush collar and button trimmed. Special, $7.50
<5 Children's Coats. 3 to 14 years $1.75 to $3.50
MAIN STORE EXT?,A SPECIAL, 202 Walnut Stree^-
<| 50 Sample Long and Short Coat Suits, one-third below the regular prices
until closed out. $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and $29.75
ANNEX, 311 Walnut Street, Extra Special—
<U 10 Light Weight Suits and 10 Heavy Winter Mixed Cloth School Suits for
Girls 15, 16. 17 and 18 years sizes: $lO to $25. Your choice Saturday, $5.00
Witmer, Bair & Witmer
Williamsport and Lancaster 202 and 311 WALNUT ST.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
HINT CHESTNI'TS TO-MORROW
Seniors of Central High School Will
A chestnut party, composed of mem
bers of the Senior class of the Central
High school. will go to Haiifax to-:nor
row where thev n 1 spend the day in
the mountains an i woods.-The party in
Pauline Hauck. Marie Daugherty,
Ethel L#ntz, Lillian Edwards. Mabel
Bright. Ethel Paul. Heien Bromall,
Miss Rhine, Miss Elder. Harold Whist
ler. Waiter Smeltzer, Richard Hamer,
'Herbert Springer, William Bingham,
Lewis M.itinell, Karl Peters. Ellwood
Baker. Benjamin Byers and Edward
Returned Missionaries Will Speak
M.ss Je>sie Brewer, a returned mis
-ona-y from Girnter, India, and Miss
Gertrude Simpson, n returned aWon
. ry t'roni Monrovia. Africa, will speak
st Zion Lutheran church Saturday eveu
'■ig at 7.4 5 oVlivk. The young women
v' l ne gaesfts of the Woman's Home
ami r'urc gn Missionary Society, and
t • Your,_ Peopie'b Missionary Society
> f Zion Lutheran church. Everybody
interested in missionary work is cor
• irvited to attend this meeting.
Like Blisters, Very Itchy and Irri
tating. Caused Hair to Fall Out
Gradually. Restless at Night.
Used Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment. Eruption Disappeared,
1037 Albright Are.. Rpv 90hant<m. Pa.
—' Our two ehlldren had some kind of a
•ealp di*** which gare them annoyance
on account of the Itching. There wu an
eruption on tbHr scalp* In the form of
tHlivan The»e were very Itchy and Irri
tating It caused th«ir hair to fan out gradu
ally Both of rhe children were restleas at
For a week I tried reroerfl** which did
no' glre relief Then I purchased a e*ke of
Cuticura Soap and a bo* of Cuticura Oint
ment and after a week's rtme noticed a
marked improvement in both caeee. In
rhe space of three weeks the eruption had
completely disappeared from both of the
children s heads. iSl(tied> Mrs 1 Kf*r
ney, Apr. 4. 19U.
Samples Free by Mall
Do yon wHh to hnprwre your compter! on,
hands and hair? If you wish a skin clear
of pimples, blackheads and othe- annoying
wuptions. hands soft and white, hair Hve
and glossy, and scalp free from dandruff and
itching, begin to-day the regular u*e of
Cuticura Soap for the toilet, bath and
shampoo, assisted by an occasional Hght
application of Cuticura Ointment They
work wonders in promoting skin and hair
beauty. Cuticura Soap (2«c.) and Cuticura
Ointment 50c > are sold by druggists and
dealers throughout the world. Liberal
sample of each mailed free, with 32-p book
on skin and svalp troubles. Addreas post
card "Cuticura, Dept. T, Boston.''
HOW TO (JET RII» OF COHNS
The feet made as fair as the face
with Oma. the greatest corn remover on
i-arth. To save you from being misled
the genuine Oma is sold only direct.
Send 25c to Oma. the Corn Killer, Dan
aster. Pa. It will be deliver**! to you
by parcel pojl, no matter where you
live. Don't be afraid to send coin" by
mall, the people are doing it ever.' (lav.
Wrap the coin in a piece of paper, en
close it in an envelope. That's the
HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT, FRTDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 9, 1914
BATES.ROUKK W K.IMHMi
Prominent Lebanon Man Marries
Trained Nurse of Pine Glen
Lebanon, Oct. 9.—Miss Annie Eliza
betn Boger. eldest daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. C. E. Boger, of Lebanon, and Har-j
rv A. Bates, son of John and Mary
Bates, of Pine Glen. Centre county,
were married yesterday afternoon at
the Boger residence here. The Rev.
Dr. T. Levnn, of St. John's Re-j
formed ehureh, this city, performed the
ceremony. Only the immediate mem
bers of the families attended the wed
The < ouple will reside at Pine Glen,
where the Bates family has extensive
land holdings in coal and agricultural.)
of which the young groom is the man-!
ager. The groom is also a nephew of.
Mr. Wagner, the well known Beilefonte :
miller, and of Dr. Bates, who is a mem
ber of the State Board of Medical Ex- 1
aminers of Pennsylvania. The bride'
is very popular in" this eitv. She is a,
trained nurse. Her father is also a very j
prominent druggist and Washington;
Dr A. S. Fasick WiU Lecture
Or. A. S. 'Fasick, p. D„ will deliver a !
lc ture on "Arks Among the B.il-'
rusnes '" in Onrtin Heights M. E. church I
this evening. Miss Ruth Kraybil). or-1
gainst of B. F. Stevens Memorial M.!
E. church, assisted by Mrs. Carl B.
Heefner, will give a revkal preceding
Miss Aimed* tireen. of Columbia, and !
Claude A. Ishler, of Philadelphia, were
married at the parsonage of tibe Christ
Lutheran church Wednesday afternoon
at -to 'clock. The ceremony was per
formed by fhe msTor. the Rev. Thomas
Reisch. The couple were unattended
and will reside in Philadelphia.
Married by the Rev. Thomas Beisch
Miss Hat tie E. He trick, of Lebanon, j
and WJliam Heffelfvnger, also of Leb
anon. were married at the parsonage of j
Christ Lutheran cfrurch yesterday at
noon by rhe pastor, the Rev. Thomas
Reisch. They were unattended.
Married at Methodist Parsonage
The marriage of iMiss Ruth A. THssel
to Charles W. Swartz. Jr., took place
at tie parsonage of the Stevens Me
morial I Methodist Episcopal c'hurch,
Thirteenth and Vernon streets, Wednes- 1
day evening at 7 o clock. The wedding i
was solemnized by Dr. Clayton Albert:
Sxucker. Mr. and Mrs. Swartz will re- ;
side in Harrisburg.
House Party at Stoverdale
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene IM. Rickert, of
Lewistown. will chaperon a party of
voimg people who wiK spend the week- j
end at the "Luna Cottage" at Stover
dale. The party will include Misses Mil-!
dred Watkins. Helen Freeland, of 'ljewis-1
town; Margaret Swartz, Veda Baker,I
•Helen Stevenson, Marie Snyder, Ger- j
trade Richwine. Messrs. George Rich- j
w-ne. Luther Martz. Frank Frev, Alden i
IMilier. David Miller and Robert Kline, j
PRINCETON'S RECORD YEAR
Student Enrollment of l.fiOfl Largest
in Its History
Princeton. X. J„ Oct. 9.—The enroll
ment of students at Princeton this year,
1.606, is the largest in its history. It i
exceeds bv seven the total of last year. I
The freshman class numbers 388. a fall- j
ing off of thirty from last year's record
breaking class of 4 28.
The registration of the graduate col
lege promises to be large, as a number i
of students who had intended to study!
in Europe have come to Princeton.
News of Persons
Who Come and Go
Mr. aiui Mrs. 'Bradley Murray, 107
Evergreen street, have returned from
a trip to Harper's Ferry, W. \'a.
i. harles Atadden of North Fifth
street, left this morning to attend the
Word's Series games iu Philadelphia.
Mrs. William H. Goodman left for
her home in Bethel, Pa., this morning,
after a week's visit witih her sous. How
ard W. Goodman ami Charles S. Good
man, of Camp Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ladv, of Get
tysburg, are the guests of Mr', and Mrs.
fctorm, 15 "5 Regina street.
Mrs. Keible and Miss Frances Kei
ide, of Chambersburg, are guests o;
Mr and Mrs. KrauK Keible, 1609
Mrs. Rose Aumaii, of Allentown, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles
Slentz, 219 Hummel street, for a three
Mrs. Margaret Fritz, of New Bloom
field, is the guest of Mr. ami Mrs.
Frank Fritz. 133 i Vernon street.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller, Miss
Edna Emerick and John Miller, of
Myerstown, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
George Eberlv, 1356 Vernon street.
Miss Louise Kuhlwin I, 122 Ever
green street, iias returned home from a
two weeks' visit with relatives in Lan
caster and Xew Holland.
Elias Snyder and J. C. O'Donnell, of
Xew Germantown, motored to this city
and were guests of W. H. Johustou.
3020 North Second street.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Deen and
The Victrola to-day is the
source of the amusement and
music in many homes of the
country. Your home needs
the variety, the quality and
entertainment of the Vic
The illustrated style is to
be had in Mahogany and
See them in our Victrola
C A\ Siller
e vtpv Mus/fc.Ai
~Z. 30 Norfl\ 2.rdSt"ZZT
daughter, of Lancaster, are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Kim >r R. King. 1725
North Sixth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFadden, of
Union Deposit, are guests of Mr. and
j Mrs. l harles Porter, 1502 North Sixth ]
Mrs. Amelia Burns, of Middletown; I
Mrs. William McCahan, of Chambers- 1
; burg; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCahan
| and children, of t arlisle, are guests of
; Mrs. Annetta McCahan and family, i
2500 North Sixth street.
j Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grove and i
'daughter, of Philadelphia, are guests i
i of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Shonk. 271 j
i Hamilton street.
Miss Knid Bell. 1437 Market street, i
! has returned from a visit to Philadel-
Mrs. H. A. Forney and Miss Annie
Wilson, of Newport, are the guests of
1 their sister. Mrs. Theodore Bower, 500
John Heim, of Pittman, N. J., is the
guest of his brother, Ueorge Heim,
| 1502 North Sixth street.
Mr. and Mrs. Kdwiu Bowers, who
i have been occupying their cottage at
Mt. Gretna for several months, ijre
! spending a few days at their home, 318
J Cumberland street
Miss Gertrude Doomed, of Lancaster,
i is the guest of Miss Irene Porter. 1502
I North Sixth street.
O. W. Jacobs and ffcmily, 10 South
' Eighteenth street, left tnis morning for
1 Buffalo nid Niagara Falls,
j Mr. and Mrs. James Hutrnan and
daughter, Mrs. Carrie Hack, of Phila
i delphia. are spending the week end
with Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Sliart er. 1349
I Vernon street.
Miss Mary Beattv, 1406 North Sec
i ond street, left to-day to spend a week
, in New York.
Mrs. Fritz, of Port Royal, is the
: guest of her son Vernon Fritz, 27
I South Fifteenth street.
Mr. and Mrs. William t ahill, 1625
Green street, attended the funeral of
i Joseph Kavannugh in Columbia yester
Mr. and Mrs. Naugle, of Carlisle,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Park Nau
gle. 1346 Vernon street.
Miss Ruth Dennis, 222 Kelker
| street, has returned home from a sev
! era I months' stav at l.ong Branch)
; N. J. '
• C. L. Smith, of ork, is the guest
' of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
,214 North Fourteenth street, during
| the firemen's convention.
Mrs. Emma Peters and daughter,
i Knid, of Middletown, are guests of
1 Mrs. Lawrence Lady, 1 832 Greeu
Miss Margie Householder, Miss Her
' tie F'. nchbaok and Mrs. C. R. Dun
! lap. of York, are guests of Mr. and
I Mrs. G. A. Hwing, 214 North Second
M"rs. Isabel Brant. Mrs. C. J. Fiske
j and daughter, Dorccs, of Lewistown,
and Mrs. H. M. Lightner, of Hunting
| don. spent yesterday with Mrs. Jen-
I nie Fry and Mrs. Margaret llroff.
i 1523 North Sixth street.
Mrs. Frank Sauser, of Millersburg,
| is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
I Kershner, 1725 North Sixth street.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Kwing, York,
■ are guests of their daughter, Mrs.
I Charles Kilgore, Harris street.
Harry Sites, of Philadelphia, is
spending a few days at the home of
When You Want
And If You Want to Eat Without Food
Fears Take a Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablet Aftar Each Meal
Laughter, smiles and mirth never
go with a "caved-in" stemach. Fancy
a -man-afraid-of-his-food laughing!
There is always that haunting feel
ing that a sick stomach is nothing to
be mirthful about.
4, My old grouchy days arc funny to
Just make up your mind to help
nature help herself. Give your body
a chance to make good. Heal the
raw edges of your stomach and give
your blood the tools to make diges
tive fluids with.
There is only one way to make the
body well —give it the chance to
make itself well. Harmful and strong
medicines handicap the system. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets go into the stom
ach just like food. Ifhcy are dissolved 1
and there they strengthen the weak
ened juices of the digestive apparatus
until the digestion is made normal.
There is nothing mysterious or
magical about them. Science has
proved that certain ingredients make
up the digestive juices. Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets are these concen
trated ingredients—that is all there
is to it. One grain of a certain in
gredient contained in Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets will digest 3,000 grains
of, food. This illustrates how you aid
nature to restore her worn-out ma
terials. When a stomach which is
filled with food receives a Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablet, it is more able to
digest the food than it would be with
out it. The work is not so hard nor !
the task so long.
When the meal is finally assim
ilated the entire system absorbs more
nourishment and harmful food effects
are eliminated easily, quickly and with
the maximum of benefit.
Every druj store carries Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets. To anyone wishing
a free trial of these tablets please ad
dress F. A. Stuart Co., 150 Stuart ;
Bldg., Marshall, Mich., and a small 1
sample package will be mailed free.
NU BONE CORSETS. front and back
laced, flesh reducing triple wire stays,
washable, unbreakable, rust proof,
elastic, trieot and slip-ons; ready to
wear and made to order. Maternity,
surgical and abdomen belts: most com- ;
fortable hvgienic corsets made. NU-1
BONE CORSET PARLORS, 101 North I
Second Street. I
Buy Your Set of Furs Now
Cheap for the quality offered
218 Locust Street
his father, A. W. Sites, 1003 North I
John C. Dabbler, of Lancaster, is
the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Jacob Me- j
Corkle, 2035 Penn street.
Mr. an»i< Mrs. Joseph Smith and
granddaughter, Miss Winifred Benson,
Mrs. Charles Hughes, Mr. and Mrs.
Clark Sinister, of Altoona; Mrs. Man !
gie Trough, of Now Cumberland; Mrs. j
Roberta Klliott and son, of Hagers-j
town, Md., were the guests of Mr. and ,
Mrs. William Ross, 1521 North Sixth;
Miss Clara Grimm, of Halifax, is
the guest of Mrs. F. Tomlinson,
1728 Fulton street.
Miss Margaret Hartsock, of Storms !
town, is a guest at the home of the ;
Rev. and Mrs. 11. W. Hartsock, Camp l
Miss Annie Null, Miss Lydia Xnil.'
and Miss Kllie .Null, of Carlisle, spent t
yesterday with their sister, Mrs. Pierce !
I,ingle, 318 North Seventeenth street.
H. M. Geiger. of Northumberland.]
spent yesterday at the home of Mrs. j
'Martha .1. Hartzell, 1501 1-2 North
Mrs. iMat'v Freeman, 612 Reilv J
street, has returned from an extended
visit at the home of her son at West |
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1/ Steriek, of Liv->
erpool, are guests at the home of their ;
son, L, A. Steriek, 2)250 Jefferson j
Miss Virginia Hargest King, 1605 !
North Second street, is spending a few
days with friends in Philadelphia.
James Brady, Mrs. James Clark and |
Miss Marie Clark, 1 732 Green street,:
are home from Columbia where they !
attended the funeral of Joseph Kav
aiuiugh, in Columbia.
Miss Francis Meyers. 1332 Vernon
street, is going to Philadelphia, where !
she will witness the world's series
games, and will go to Atlantic City
for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ferrv and
son, of Allentown, are guests of Mr.;
and Mrs. C. Slentz. 219 Hummel 1
Miss Lillian Stouffer, Twenty-first]
and Derry streets, left this morning for
a week's visit in New York City.
Karl K. Yungel. S South Eighteenth \
street, is visiting friends in Blooms
P. R. R. y. U. fl. CLASSES
WILL OPEN NEXT THURSDAY
Natatorium Is Popular Addition to
Gymnasium Equipment and Swim- j
ming Teams Plan Meets For Open- j
ing of Season
I'nder the direction of Physical Di- j
rector Geisel, systematic class work
will be taken up in earnest at the P.
R. R. VM. A., starting next Thurs
day. The gymnasium has been thor
oughly cleaned and the apparatus gone
over and repaired, in preparation for a
Owing to the fact that last year the
educational classes, which, are held
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, inter
fered some what with the gymnasium
classes, all classes which were held on
Friday last year, will now be held ou
The schedule for this year is as fol
Night Men s Class, Tuesday and,
Thursday mornings, from 0.00 to 11.00
Junior Class. Tuesday and Thurs
day afternoons, from 4.00 to 6.00 p.
in., and Saturday mornings, from 9.00
a. m. until noon.
Senior Cia j s. Tuesday and Thursday
nights, from S.OO to 9.30 p. m.
In addition to the regular class
hours, the gymnasium will l.e open
for individual work everv dav from
8.30 a. in. to 9.30 p. m.
The graded gymnastic oxer.ises,
standardized bv the International Com
mittee of the V. M. C. A., will be used !
throughout the winter. The members
of the different classes will be divided
into elementary, intermediate and ad
vance grades. according to abilitv and
experience. Regular attendance will
be a big factor in advancement.
The Basket Ball League, which was
such a success last year, will probably
be a feature this year, and will start
its schedule about December 1.
The bowling alleys are already in
use. although the Bowling League will
not organize until the first week in
One of the most popular additions
to the equipment has been the Xata
torium. It has had a successful year,
and has been very well attended".
Xow that out door swimminj is im
possible. it will be used more than
ever, for the room is kept at an even
temperature of 80 degrees, and the
water is heated to 76 degrees. Several
meets are being planned with the
swimming teams of other associations
and the season will be opened by a lo
cal meet, in which only member? of the
Harrisburg Association will partici
pate. This meet will be held November
20, and will be a great help in choos
ing the swimmers to form a represen
The management expects this sea
son to be the busiest and most suc
cessful in the history of the associa
SESSIONS OF CHURCHES
OF COD AT LANCASTER
Regular Committees Appointed by Pres
ident for Coming Year, on Which
Local Ministers of Denomination
'Lancaster, Oct. 9.—The annual ser
mon of the East Pennsylvania Elder
ship qf the Churches of GoJ was
preached by the Rev. Dr. S. ti. Vahn,
Samples of Ladies' Fall Outergarments
At Rare Price Advantages
Quick to give our patrons the benefit of any merchandising; opportunity
that will effect a saving of money we were quick to take advantage of
the price concessions offered us on a lot of samples of this season's most
fascinating stylos In ladies' and misses' fall outorgarments. Thoy are of
fered to you at equal concessions. The earlier you come, of course, the
wider the selection.
All models, materials and shades.
$14.98 values, $10.98 $20.98 values, $15.98
$16.98 values, $12.98 $25.00 values, $18.98
New models. Including Balmacaans, in all wanted fabrics *and color
$7.50 values, $4.98 $14.98 values, $9.98
$10.98 values, $7.98 $40.00 values, $27.98
Also Skirts, Silk Dresses, Cloth Dresses,
Waists, etc., at equally attractive prices.
* 1 N / V
Saturday Special Saturday Special
$8.98 Coats $4.49 $1.50 Waists 69c
Navy and black coats of ox Lingerie waists with set-in
oelle»t quality tliibet, three insertion, embroidered organdy
ourth length, patch pockets, cest and cuffs* long set-in sleeves,
-form collar. worth $8.!»8. Spo newest models, $t and $1.60 va!
cial Saturday tC 4 4 nes. Saturday sf\
only M.4V onlv OvC
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the Number MT IG-12 S. 4th Si. '-m the Number l
SCHMIDT'S SATURDAY SPECIAL j
49c FRESH CUT 49C
ALL COLORS. SATURDAY ONLY
SCHMIDT 313 Market
of Harrisburg, president of the Elder
ship. The pastor of the Lancaster
church, the Kev. ,i. YV. Deshong, as well
as the Kev. Dr. Sigler, of Linglestown,
ami the Kev. ( . <il. Grove, of Harris
burg, took.part in the opening services.
Dr. Yahn's theme was "Christ
Crucified - ' and his sermon was partic
ularly strong in the application of the
truths proclaimed to the individual.
Yesterday morning the Eldership met
for organization. The president con
ducted devotional services, after which
the Kev. .f. A. Detter, of Chambers
burg, constituted the Eldership.
The Eldership elected a stationing
committee, consisting of the following:
The Kev. \Y. N. Y ates, the Re\. S. (}.
Yahn, the Rev. George Sigler, the Rev,
H. Foover, the Rev. F. \Y. Mcliuire,
Ihe Rev. J. \Y. Deshong, the Rev. ( .
H. Grove, the Rev. 1). S. SHoop and the
Rev. (. F. Reitzel.
The president appointed the regular i
committees, as follows:
On arrangements, the Revs. J. W.
Deshong and O. M. Kravldll and Elders
C. A. Howe rs and 11 M. Herr.
On journals, the Recs. C. D. Risliel, I
B. IJ. ('. Baer and .1. A. Staub and Eld
ers H. Lenker and i . F. Shertzer.
On correspondence, the Revs. H. F. 1
Hoover, C. F Reitzel and C. C. Bartels '
and Elders ( . S. Meek and M. M. Hotf- j
On ordination, the Revs. George Sig
ler, G. W. Getz and D. S. Shoop.
On temperance, the Revs. W. S. Stnr
gen, T. B. Tyler and \V. J. Winfleld and ; i
Duffy's a Lifetime Benefit
Nearly thirty years ago this gen
/ tleman began using Duffy's Pure
< S Melt Whiskey. The results were
f~" 1 - so beneficial that he has depend
ed upon this valuable medicine
i n case sickness ever since,
P^ cture shows hew hale and
* t hearty Duffy's has kept him.
J <jO&KKgU gist prescribed Duffy's Pure Malt Wilis
•'•JsP key.' I took 12 hot t lex during tliat year
Hn '' after sickness was 110
TOSsH about 200 puinds. I am now f»l year*
iW HlHSyi ways keep a bottle of Duffv'g Pure
SnH Malt Whiskey and would
laPV wßt\ not be without it, for in sickness wn
have used it many times since with
MR. H. K. MARTIN. » 0 " 1 ' results."—Mr. H K Martin.
Huntingdon ht. # Philadelphia, Pa.
ifcny's pyre fciait Whiskey
is a life-sustaining agent in eases of emergency which no family medicine chest
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young strong and vigorous. Heed the advice of thousands — ,
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Sold by most druggists, grocers and dealers, in sealed |S|
| bottles only—never in bulk —by Pennsylvania trade Full V"\ I
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| The Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. V.
Elders (1. \V. Shaffer and Andrew Her
On education, the Revs. S. G. Yahn,
S. V Good and C. S. Rice and Elders
l>. XI. Bare ami J. E. Garner.
On state of religion, the Revs. I. A.
.MacDannald, ,1. ('. Fornerook and H. S.
Ilershey, Elders W. A. Myers, H. M.
Angle and C. E. Bair.
On resolutions, the Rev. W. N.
Yates, (i. B. M. Reidell and H. IJ. Bauz
hoflf, Elders A. L. Bierhower and D. B.
On publication of the journal, th«
Revs. F. \V. McGuire, ('. D. Collins and
I. 11. Wilson. Elders <i. W. Fox an<l H.
Evangelistic committee, the Revs. C.
S. Nonemaker, Jonas Martin, 1. H.
lleiges, J. M. Waggoner and G. W.
Auditing committee, the Revs. C. H.
drove, A. i\ Stover and W. J. Schaner,
Elders G. Miller and H. N. Bowman.
Odors of London
The sense of smell which enables an
engine driver to avoid a collision or a
sailor to steer clear of an iceberg is
the least cultivated of our senses. But
with a properly equipped nose and a
little practice we ought to be able to
tell where we are Idindfold all over
London, for every locality has its dis
tinct odor. Soho smells different from
Southwark, Billingsgate differs from
l.imehouse. Rotherhithe lias epiite a
special smell of its own, and Barking
is absolutely unique.—K. L. Stevenson.