The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, October 29, 1914, Page 8, Image 8
8 GAS, HEARTBURN. INDIGESTION OR SICKJTOMACH "Pape's Diapepsin " Ends All Stomach Distress in Five Minutes Time it! Pape's Diapepsin will di gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach surely within live minutes. If your meals don't tit comfortably, or what you eat lies like a lump of lead in your stomuch, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of indiges tion. Get from your pharmacist a fifty cent case of Pape's Diapepsin and take a dose just as soon as you can. There will be no sour risings, no belching of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nausea, debilitating headaches, dizziness or in testinal gripiug. This will all go, and. besides, there will be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Pape's Diapepsin is a certain euro for out-of-order stomachs, because it takes hold of your food and digests it just the same as if your stomach wasn't there. Relief in five minutes from all stom ach misery is waiting for you at any drug store. These large rtfty-cent cases contain enough "Pape's Diapepsin" to keep the entire family free from stomach dis orders and indigestion for many months. It belongs in your home. Adv. SUBURBAN MIFFLINTOWN 001. Roosevelt Stopped for a Short Time To-day at Station Special Correspondence. Mifflintown, Oct. 29. Dr. A. W. and Mrs. Baker have for their guest the doctor's brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. George Baker, of New York City, who made the journey in their touring car, stopping at Uniontown, Jeannette and thence to Mifflintown. Mrs. Lloyd, of East End. will leive Saturday for a visit to New York City and New Jersey, where she expects to spend the winter. The Rev. Mr. Yates, of Pittsburgh, iilled the Presbyterian pulpit on Sun day, preaching morning and evening. Mrs. Joseph Arbogast was in Lewis town Saturday., Mr. and Mrs. lieorge Bell, of Harris burg, spent Sunday with Louis Bou sume. Mrs. Ellen Pomerov and daughter, Miss Pameiia, of Port Royal, were vis itors at Mrs. T. Van Irvin's several days. Miss Lizzie Kearns, of Lewistown. is a guest of Miss Rothoricks. Miss Margaret Laird is visiting for a week with Mrs. John Robison, near Academia. Miss Delia Marshall, of Mechanics burg, is visiting at the home of Bryant Zeiders. Mrs. MacAlaruev lectured in the court house Monday evening on woman, suffrage. Miss Mary Graham entertained her classmates, members of the senior class of (he Port Royal High school, at her home last Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Esh gave a birth day surprise party in honor of their son, Edgar. About tiftv guests were present. Miss Hununelreich, of Port Royal, is spending the week-end with Miss Mary Graham, of Spruce Hill. Mrs. Katherine McCoy and daugh ter, Adelaide, of Lewistown, art} visit ing John Graham's in Spruce Hill. Mrs. M. R. Bashore and Mrs. Solo mon Bashore visited relatives in Al toona over Saturday. Samuel S. Book and daughter, Miss Mabel, of Spruce Hill, were callers in Mifflin on Saturday. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Edgar B. Sterrell, of this place, to Miss Elizabeth Rose Frailey on Wednesday, October 14, in Philadel phia. • 'olonel Roosevelt accompanied by GJfford Pinchot, Washington candidate for United States Senator, and William Drjaper Lewis was at Mifflin station this morning at 5.30 o'clock. The train stopped three minutes. Mrs. Joseph Wctzler and daughter. Violet, have returned home after spend ing two weeks with relatives at Ha gerstown, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Messinger, of Hol lidavsburg, are visiting relatives in Mifflin. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Meloy spent last weqk in New York and Harrisburg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nankaville spept Saturday evening in Harrisburg. Dr. H. M. Swagart. wife and chil dren, of Lewistown. were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Vin cent. A toy balloon with a card attached on which was written "Charles E. French, 419 Langinad avenue, Hagers CAUSE FOR ALARM Catarrh a Danger Sign. Hyomei the Remedy—Guaranteed by H. C. Kennedy There is no more annoying likewise serious ailment than catarrh, which is indicated by sniffling, raising of mucus and frequent colds. Tf it is not cured it will surely affect the delicate lining of the air passages, and frequently de stroys the hearing. Hyomei is the effective and reliable remedy for all catarrli ills you breathe it, using a small inhaler that comes with evpry complete outfit. The antiseptic medication of Hyomei simply has to reach all the sore, raw and inflamed surfaces of the air passages. Its healing begins at once—you feel better after the first treatment —even almost hopeless cases respond quickly. Hyomei is inexpensive, and surely gives quick and permanent benefit. H. C. Kennedy sells it on the "No-cure no-pay" plan. You certainly can af ford to try this harmless remedy when there is nothing to pay if uot bene fited. Adv. • 'V' : K.V■; ' . V. * HARRISBURG STAR-INDEPENDENT. THURSDAY EVENING. OOTOPFTT <>9. 1914 town, Md., please return card as soon as found," was fqpnd on the Schweyer farm, east of town, last Friday. The card was mailed to the Hagerstown ad dress. The reply was that the balloon had been put up at 1.30 the afternoon of the same day it reached here. It was found about 4.30 in the afternoon, hav ing made the trip in about three hours. HUMMELSTOWN Funeral Services for Edwin Diener Held Last Evening !*ppolal Correspondence Humnielstown, Oct. 29.—Funeral services for Edwin M. Diener, who died | Monday, were held at his late home j on West Main street last evening at 8 o'clock and were conducted by the Rev. Robert A. Bauscih, pastor of the Reformed chinch. The body was taken to Reading this morning for interment. Dr. and Mis. Ralph Shaeffer, of Ta conia, Wash., are guests of Mr. Sthaef fer's parents, Dr. and Mrs. N. R. Shaef fer. Mrs. Mary Knull is spending several | days with relatives in Harrisburg. Mrs. Sarah MoGuire, of Lebanon, and Mrs. Mark Skull, of Harrisburg, are visitiug their sister, Mrs. Jane Hum med. George F. Greenawalt spent to-day in ! Harrisburg. A large number of members of the | Palmer-McCormiek League will attend j the Democratic mass meeting a:t Harris- j •burg on Saturday evening. WILLIAMSTOWN Bohemian Club Remembers Francis Beigle and Bride Special Correspondence. Williamstown, Oct. 29, —The Bohe mian Club met at the home of David Watkevs Tuesday evening aud pre sented Francis Reigle and 'bride with a leather rocker. Mrs. Reigle, 'before her marriage, was Miss Efther Malicu, daughter of IMr. and Mrs. Hiram Ma lick, of this place. After the presenta tion a luncheon was served to all by the groom's mother, Mrs. David Wat keys. Miss Eva Ralph entertained the Sowing Circle at her home on West j Market street on Tuesday evening. A j delicious luncheon was served. The Washington party held a mass | meeting in the Academy of 'Music on I Tuesday evening. W. W. Lenker and K.I B. Martin, candidates for re-election to the Assembly, were the speakers, and j ve-n greeted by a crowded house. ' Mi', and Mrs, Jacob Williiard have re- i turned from a visit to Philadelphia. Miss Margaret Wal'kinshaw and niece, Dorothy Walkinshaw, were on *a shopping tour to Philadelphia this week. Mrs. Edward Berry has returned from a visit to friends in Pottsville. Misses Eva Feglev and Anna Sa it?,er, j of Ly lie us, were in town yesterday. DAUPHIN Donation for Family That Lost All in Fire Special Correspondence. Dauphin, Oct. 29.—A donation will j lie held on Saturday evening at the home of William Minsker in behalf of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S'haffner and fam ily of Linglestown, whose home and 1 contents were totally destroyed by fire ' September 1G and t'hey all were forced \ to es ape from the second story window. The family had no insurance. 'Mr. and ; Mrs. Shaffner will a; preciate anything given them, such as second-handed fur-: niture, carpets, 'bed clothes, clothing or j edibles. Any one wishing to contribute'j can forward his or 'her donation to Mr. Shaffner, Linglestown. R. F. D. No. 2.' or bring it to C. W. Tallev's store room Saturday, October 31. The • S'haffner family consist of Mr. ad Mrs. j Shaffner and five children, ranging in I age from 3 to 13 years. Mrs. Shaffner j was Miss Mary Grunden, of Red Hill,' and will be at Che 'Minsker home on Saturday evening. 7 to 8.30 o'clock. IMr. Shaffner is a Jenant on the W. L. ! Sowers farm aibout two miles from j Harrisburg. Mrs. Reginald Fernald. Mrs. Edward j Miller, Miss Anna Miller entertained ' the Mite Society of the Presibyterian j church on Tuesday evening after the regular business was transacted. Re- ! fresh in ents were served. Mrs. Katharine Williams, of Everett,, Pa., was the guest of her cousin, 'Miss Anna Mii.cr. 'Monday. Miss Elizabeth Crouse. of Lelbanon, ! spent Sunday witih her mother, 'Mrs. j Elizabeth Crouse. Miss Charlotte Bberiy. of Harris-J burg, spent the week-end with Miss i Carrie Gepberieh. LVCrs. Franris Powlev, o>f Halifax, j spent several days with Mrs. William J Irvin. Mrs. Moses (Minsker and son, Rob | ert, of Yardley, spent several days | with her parents, >Mr. and Mrs. Joseph , -Backet. MILLERSTOWN Ladies to Hold Halloween Social in School Hall Special Correspondence. Millerstown, Oct. <0. —The ladies of' the Methodist church will hold a Hal loween social, in the school hall, Sat- 1 urday evening. . Mrs. J. B. Allen and daughter. Gra ' cella, of Wormlevsburg, spent several j days with her sister, Miss Ella Tyson. Dr. A. L. Holman and bride hav e re-' turned from their wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Binehart were in Washington Sunday. Peter Attig had his house wired for I electric light this week. MARYSVILLE Harry Mutch and Thurston Dorman Re turn From West Virginia | Special Correspondence Marysville, Oct. 29.—The L. U. A. ; will have a five hundred party in the \ Knights of Pythias new hall Friday i ! evening. The Rev. T. B. Tyler, of Pliiladel- j j phia, officiated at the funeral services of W. H. Baughman. Mr. Tyler was a | former resilient of this place and while I iiere visited some of his friends. F. A. Fleisher, contractor of this | place, is erecting a garage for his new I auto truck. • Harry Mutch and Thurston Dorman returned home from Clarksburg, West Virginia, where they were employed in a zinc factory prior to its closing down. The Rev. 8. L«. Rice, of this place, visited relatives in and near Timber ville, Va. .1. C. F. Geib, yardmaster of the lo cal yards, is spending his vacation at. Atlantic City. The Rev. H. A. Benfer, of Lewisburg, spent Monday with his mother, Mrs. Matilda Benfer. at her home on Vallev street. \ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fisher, of Hm "When the Frost Is On the Pumpkins and the Corn Is In the Shock" Then it's time to lift your tender plants from the beds and pot them up for winter flowering in doors; and it's time to transplant those plants which have out grown the size of pots or tubs they are in now. We Have All Sizss ot Flower Pots and Plant Tubs Best Quality—Bight Prices Delivered Anywhere USE OUR PLANT FOOD IN TABLET FOBM. It puts new life in your plants, l<)c and 25c per box. QUALITY BULBS They Produce Finer Flowers. We have sold many thousands of them and still have a tremendous stock for you to select from. Get your order in now. Tulips, Hyacinths, Narcissus. WALTER S. SCHEIL 'QUALITY SEEDS J 1307-1309 Market St. W? have Pumpkins for Hal loween. Get them for the Chil li drcn, 5, «, s and to cents each, m risburg, spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. J. W. Benfer. Miss Marv Hain, of Liverpool, is spending some time with W. N. Shu maker, William street. HERSHEY Bally Day Services to Be Held in U. B. Church Sunday Special Correspondence. Hershey, O-t. 29.—The Rev. 1. Moy er Hershev preached in the Deny Pres byterian church on Sunday evening, lie will preach in the Shamokiu United Brethren church next Sunday evening. The Temple quartet, of Lebanon, ren dered several selections in tiie Park theatre on Monday evening. The annual Rally Day services will bo held in the United Brethren church on Sunday morning. Mr. and M.S. B. F. Sihertzer, of GrantvMle, ami Mrs. Ellin A. Snagberg er, of Alliance, Ohio, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allison'Garman. A Democratic rally was held in front of the Men's Club building last even ing. Addresses were made by Messrs. Berry and Sass':man. A Republican mass meeting was held at the same place at noon to-day, when Dr. Brum baugh and Congressman A. Kreider spoke. E. B. I ass'dv spent several days at Atlantic Cltv. Frank Tiuney has beeu appointed to serve as pastor of a charge in West Virginia and will move to that place in the near future. Louis Brinker visited friends at Lan caster. ' Clarence 1.. Bender spent several days at his home at Mt. Holly Springs. Mr. and Mrs W. F. R. Murrie and son. Malcolm, were in Philadelphia on Saturday. NEW CUMBERLAND Progressive Meeting to Be Held Satur day Evening Special Correspondence. Xew Cumberland, Oct. -9.—A Pro gressive meeting will be held at New Cumberland Saturday evening, October 30. Addresses will be made by A. K. Rupley, Fillmore Maust and G. Wilson Swart z. Riverside Council, No. K7. (). of I. A., was visited by a large delegation from Mt. Vernon Council, No. 333. Tuesday (.veiling, accompanied by their degree team who conferred degrees on a class of candidates. After the exer cises an informal smoker was held. Keeney and Simmons, real estate agents, have sold the property of Har ry Swartz at Elkwood to Robert H. Byers, of Steelton. Mr. Byers, who has been associated with the Steelton Store Company the past ten years, will open a retail butcher shop. Meri Witmer has purchased a pair of houses on Seventh street. Sherman Hull, proprietor of the CITIZENS' INDEPENDENT RALLY FOR OUR HOME CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR VANCE C. McCORMICK Thursday Evening, Oct. 29, at 8 O'clock Chestnut Street Auditorium SPEAKERS: DEAN WM. DRAPER LEWIS, HON. C. E. SWIFT, REV. R. M. LITTLE, OF PHIL A.; HON. ARTHUR R. RUPLEY, CONGRESSMAN AT LARGE; HON. JAMES A. STRANAHAN AND OTHER PROMINENT SPEAKERS. Let Everyone Join, Without Regard to Party Affiliation, and Help "Clean Up Pennsylvania" % Steelton ferry boat, has to run a small er boat to and from Steelton on ac count of the low stage of the water. Jacob Danner, who resides about four miles from New Cumberland, will make sale on November 12 and move to New Market. Charles Ross moved iuto his Acently purchased home on Bridge street yes terday. Miss Hester Sponsler, of Steelton, is a guest of Miss Ella Long. Mrs. John Stralev and Miss Dora Ewing, of McVeytown, and Mrs. Crull Keister, of Florida, wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Straley this week. Mrs. Sible, of Harrisburg, was a guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. L. Hale, yesterday. Mrs. Chester Cline, son, James, and mother. Mrs. George Lease, spent Wed nesday with Mrs. James Cline at Steel ton. LINGLESTOWN Communion Services Will Be Observed In the Lutheran Church Special Correspondence, Linglestown, l Oct. 29.—Communion services will be observed on Sunday morning by the Lutheran pastor, the Rev. Mr. Bittner. Special music has beeu arranged for thfse services. Services will be held in the Church of God on Sunday evening by the pas tor, the Rev. George Sigler. Services will be held in the United Brethren church on Sunday morning. The Rev. Mr. Seigfred will fill the pulpit. Loyd Strayer and John Hepford were week-end guests of the former's parents at York Springs. Mrs. John Early and Miss Clara Hain, of Hainton, on Wednesday were the guests of Mrs. William Feeser. Mrs. Helen Frantz and daughter, Emma, spent Wednesday with friends ' at Harrisburg. Mrs. Elizabeth Baltbaser and Miss Sue Metlheuny spent Tuesday with friends at Oberlin. Miss Ruth Hain spent Tuesday even ing with friends at Harrisburg. Mrs. Daniel Grubb and two children, spent Wednesday with friends at Har risburg. Jacob Rowe aud family moved their household goods to Harrisburg on Thursday where they will reside. Mrs. Rebecca Baker and Mrs. Wag ner had electric lights placed in their homes this week. Mrs. W. G. Zimmerman on Tuesday visited friends at Paxtonia. J. H. Mcllhenny, of Harrisburg, on Tuesday visited friends fiere. The Misses Anna and Caroline Fisli burn spent Wednesday with friends at Harrisburg. Mrs. Gertrude Nissley and daughter, Kathryn, spent Tuesday night as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fanber. MIDDLETOWN Mrs. .Harry Fenical Injured While Cranking an Automobile Special Correspondence. Middletown, Oct. 29. Webster Shal kop, of Philadelphia, is visiting friends in town for several days. Mrs. Harry Fenical, of Rovalton, is suffering with a very sore wrist from the effects of having, it struck while ■'ranking her automobile on Tuesday night. She went to the office of Dr. W. P. Evans for examination and upon his advice she went to the Harrisburg hospital Wednesday afternoon and had the X-ray examination. H. B. Fox has purchased a Regal automobile from a firm at Phi'a le.phia and expects it in a few days. The Halloween party to be held by the Mite Society of the Church of Cod on Friday evening, instead of the La dies' Aid Society, will be held at the home of Miss Margaret Smith, North I uion street, instead of the parsonage, as was stated in last evening's paper. The Rescue band will play for the Republican Club this evening at their hall on Market street, where a mass meeting will be held. The Liberty band will take part in the big parade at Steelton on Friday evening, when the fire companies and secret societies will take part. Mrs. Louise Murrv i s ill with a stroke at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wilt, Swatara street. William Kohr , and assistant are building a new porch in front of the residence of T. C. Smith on Sprinir street. Philip Eisemann, of Lancaster, tran sacted business iu town to-day. Dr. H. W. Gerge, who had been spending several weeks at Harrisburg on account of ill health, has returned home and will be able to practice at his profession again in a few days. The Junior League of the M. E. church packed a box on Monday even ing containing 115 articles which were sent to Philadelphia, where they will be POLITICAL ADVERTISING. | POLITICAL ADVERTISING. | POLITICAL ADVERTISING MARTIN 6. BRUMBAUGH CANDIDATE FOR ' t' * ' GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA 1 : Stands For Clean, Capable, Con g«| I scientious State Government 3 i T J MM Welcome Your Support On dr mart.n G brumbaugh. Election Day , Nov. 3, 1914 | For the Supreme Court I Judge George Kunkel s> p " y JtfwW The Jud 8 e who tried the Capitol Gtaft Cases, and last year re- 1 ¥ '*s&s ? ceived every vote ill his own county for re-election on the non- ' i i partisan i>auot ' "fiWWgKj* aB A croSB mark » n the Party Square is a vote for Party candidates I jSgnfflgH only and is not a vote for Judge. I BSfSS&j In addition you MUST make a cross mark after the name of th* I I Judge for whom you desire to vote. i Vote for JUDGE KUNKEL and mark your ballot this way: C ! | GEORGE KUNKEL |X | !| MlI Joshua W. Swartz REPRESENTATIVE J| First Legislative fIKJH HARRIBBURO, PA. Your Vote and Influence Will Election November 3rd, 1914 I forwarded to the orphans in the foreign j lands on the Christmas ship. Mrs. Mary j Rakestraw and Mrs. George Seltzer I had charge of same. Karl Bowers, who had been assist ing in wiring the large school building l at Manheim for the past two months,! has returned home and the work on j same will be completed by one of his| helpers in a few days. He was sent ] there bv the Harrisburg Electric Sup-1 ply Company. Miss Edna Pickle is ill with typhoid fever at her home on Spring street. Miss Hlla Stipe, of Harrisburg, spent yesterday in town. M. G. Brumbaugh, Republican candi date for Governor, spoke to a large crowd in the Realty theatre this morn ing. Clarence Brandt spent the day at' Harrisburg on business. Quite a number of persons from town i were at Harrisburg last evening to hear Penrose speak. Mrs. A. S. Quickel, Xissley street, is visiting her son, Dr. H. L. Quickel, at Boyerstown, for the week. Detweiler Bros.' have their place of business vary handsomely fixed up for Halloween. There is several large shock of corn, faces made out of pumpkins, and all make a very line appearance. MECHANICSBURG The Rev. J. J. Resh Delivered 9n Able Sermon Last Evening Special Correspond nee. Mechanicsburg, Oct. -9. —According to announcement, the I'almer-McOor inirk party arrived here a'bout tioou. | They were accompanied by a number of the members of the Democratic Club, j of Harrisburg. Mr. McCormiek has a j host of personal friends in this place and. irrespective of party, they joined**, in giving him a welcome. On account of Halloween falling on ! Saturday this year and the "witching! hours" encroaching 011 Sunday, the! Halloween parties planned by our j* young people will 'be held on Friday evening. The sermon in the Methodist church last evening was by the pasitor, the i Rev. J. J. Rerih. A very inspiring tes ( timouy service followed. There have> been several conversions. Miss Grace Yordi has returned from I Franklin, where she completed an en gagement as pianist. Mr. and Mrs. George Ooover and | daughters, Miss Minerva and Miss Lulu. | attended the Gehr-Webbert wedding in i Oburchtown on Tuesday. -Miss Mi nerva played the wedding march and ; IMiss Lulu was ring-bearer. Mrs. Coov- j or is a sister of the bride. Word was received by Charles Her- ; man yesterday that his brother, Addi- j son, had died suddenly in Newcastle. , where he wen;, last Sunday evening t from this place. His home'was in Car 1 lisle, but he spent considerable time | For Representative in the i General Assembly * FIRST DISTRICT ' Augustus Wildman j [ llStl I pledge myself fhat if elected, I | I wM w " 5U PP° rf only such legislation as I \ wr lit/ is fo " ,e sst ' n * etes! le People. I Your Support KindlyJalicite^j *- i» this place. Hi* body will be taken to ('arlisle for burial. Mrs. H. B. Marklev 'left on Tuesday for a visit to friends in Ottawa, Can ada. Mrs. Sarah Dorn'bach spent vester j day wirli relatives in Harrisburg. Mrs. John H. Btatler, of Middletown. is Uie guest of Mrs. Kate Beitner, Soubh Market street. Stop Those Early Bronchial Coughs They bang on all winter if not checked, and pave the way for serious throat and lung diseases. Get a bottle j of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,: i and take it freely. Stops coughs and 1 I colds, heals raw inflamed throat, loos- I ens the phlegan and is mildly laxative, j T. Miller, Ed. Enquirer, Can- j ffllttiin, Ind., had bronchial trouble, got I j very hoarse, coughed constautly from | ; tickling throat. He used only Foley's i Honey and Tar Compound. Was "en- relieved. Wants others to know; !of Foley's Honey and Tar. George A. j Uorgas, 16 North Third street and P. j R. K Station. adv. A Late Book Mrs. Hoyt who became the possessor 1 of a fortune by the death of an aunt.! i ilid not like to admit her ignorance of! any subject. One afternoon she had a call from; i a prominent society w oman, and the I I conversation turned upon hooks. "Have you read Shakespeare's I worksf" asked the caller. "Oh, yes. indeed," replied Mrs. Hoyt, "all of them —that is," she add jed hastily, "unless he has written ■something very lately."—National j Monthly. f Not the Only One I "This is mv son Frederick, Mr. Fos | dick,' * said Mr. tilauders proudly, in-' i " " t ———\ James W Barker W nMliiiiKlou I'Ht'tv Nominee For STATE REPRESENTATIVE from Hit* CITY OF HARRISBURG ! If IOIPCIHI Will Fnvor i I.O( Al, OPTION, WOMAN SI F KK.WiK, OOOU HO A DM, l*ROI*l<;il I'KOTKI TION OF li AIIOH, CIVH KK'IITKOI SNIOSS. Vour Voir mill Support Solicited V J i i troiiucing his 5-year old boy to his caller. "Well, Frederick," said the caller, "do you obey your mamma/' 1 " \ es, sir,'' replied Frederick prompt ly, "and so docs papa."—Philadelphia I .ledger. STAR-INDEPENDENT WANT ADS. BRING RESULTS.