The star-independent. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1904-1917, January 22, 1915, Page 4, Image 4

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28-30 and 32 North Third Street
Wonderful Bargains
Saturday and Monday
25 Se alette Plush Coats, $9.90 1 Country Club Blouses ofCrepe
All the newest models, in sizes 18 de Chine, $3.95
to 44; an actual $25.00 value. AA A . ~~7 ~ "
Special UmU\J A very letching advance model in
flesh, white., putty, sand and maize.
500 Military Blouses, $3.39 Value $5.90. 3.95
These blouses are of crepe de elime; '
Hack, white, flesh and maize; former 350 p ussy Willow Brilliant
value $5.90. Q VQ
Special 0.01/ Blouses, $2.95_
8 Velvet and Satin Combina- These blouses are all Military mod-
= rx els ' in white, flesh and maize.
tion Dresses, $9.90 Value $5.00. 9 qr
One of a kind—beautiful models. Special •
1 Sze 5 Size 4a 7 Serge and Satin Combination
Values to $45,011 A QA Dresses, $7.95
Special "•W -
Latest Fall models; onlv one to a
6 Afternoon Gowns, $8.90 customer.
In brown, navv and black. Sl - Z0 ' s ' zo ~ s ? ze ''j?"
2 size 16. ' 1 size 38. V J slzo 36 ; 40<> - ft 1 SlZ * 4^
2 size 36. 1 size 40. i 4'"!*. »P ,0 795
Ono to a customer. b P ec,al
Values to $27.50. O QA 12 Crepe de Chine Dresses,
13 Evening Gowns, $ 19.75 $5.95
~ ~ , . ..„ i , , In white and black; values from
One of a kind; beautiful model; si ß .r )o to $25.00. rQr
values up to soo.oo. 1A HX Special D.S/5
Special J.t/« 11/
10 Evening Wraps, $15.00 16 Afternoon Gowns. $18.50
These wraps are fur trimmed; one ' ? ne of ? kind: delusive models;
?. .» . 15.00 value *585.00. Sp"'.' 18.50
100 Pairs Lisle Hose, 19c 3 Jet Evening Gowns, $39.50
In black, white and tan. "J One pink and two black.
Value 25c. Special ±i/C Value $125.00. OA fJA
100 Madeline Corsets, $175 and s P ecial >
J295 1,000 Petticoats, in Crepe de
All sizes. Chine, $3.95
\ alues $5 to SB. 1 'TpTandO Apr j Silk Jersey and crepe de chine, in
Saturday only, . j white, pink, blue, navv, brown, green
Untrimmed Hats; 95c i * D<l Val " e ss ' oo ' 395
1 1 For Saturday only,
50 of these; values up to i One only to customer.
$4.95. To close out u -7^
00 x • , TI 50 Pairs McCullum Hose, 79c
28 Trimmed Hats, $1.95
~ 7T : In black and tan; value HCk**
\ alues $8 to $lO. Qr Saturdav onlv,
Special A •*JtJ I
25 Trimmed Hats, $2.30 Kgyser Silk Underwear,^2.79
Unusual"bargains. j .I" Ptok and white; all 2.79
Values sl2 to sls. A RA 1 s,zes ' Sa,urdav onlv
Special 200 Successo Corsets, 95c
New Circular Yoke Top j; All sizes; value $3.50.
Skirt, $3.95 ! Saturday only
New circular yoke top skirt trim- Navy Serge Dresses, $5.95
med "Jfli button and pocket in Sliep- Navy Serge Dresses, in an advance
hei d Plaid. Battleship gray, navv and model, short waisted bolero effect,
black Men's Wear Serge. OAP i Value $8.95. CAr
able $6.95. Special o.*7t> | # Special
Revival Services at the M. E. Church
jp f .. ~i c-T-e^on.lspre.
New Germantown, Jan. 22.-—The ]
series of protracted meetings held in j
Hie M. E. church for four weeks have
A number of persons from this place
attended the inauguration of Dr. Brum- '
fcaugh in Ilarrisburg Tuesday.
*: A ntunber of Christmas presents from
a distance were received by persons
Mrs. Mary B. Kern received a
box orf California grapes from her j
nephew, Charles B. Kern, of Wahtoke, ;
Oal., and a silk crepe scarf from Mrs.
teitheiaer, Heading. The Misses Mor-
' Ilot Water Bottles, . . . 75c to 82.30
Fountain Syringes, . SI.OO to 82.50 '
Ice Caps and Bags, . . . 50c to $1.50
Invalid Kings, $1.50 up
Tubes $1.50 up
■Rubber Sheeting .75c
Infant Syringes, 25c '
'Ear and Ulcer Syringes 23c
( Finger Cots 5 C
Air Pillows s.'{..">o
'Douche Syringes $1.50 up
Rubber Gloves, ..50c
Complete line of "Wearever"
'.Quality Rubber Goods for Patient, i
; Nurse and Physician.
Forney's Drug Store
/ I i
rison received presents from British J
Columbia, Seattle and Lordsburg, Oad. :
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Swarts, who visit-1
ed theiT daughters. Mrs. Miller and ;
Mrs. Fisher, in Harrisburg, have return-'
ed home.
Foster S'hearer, who spent three
weeks in Mt. Joy, has returned home.
Luther Watt and family, of Marys
ville, visited the former 's parents here
last week.
Mr. Watt's sister, Lydia, has been'
bedfast twenty-four weeks in conse
quence of illness,
David Mumper is shipping large
loads of lumber daily to the eastern
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mumper an
nounce the birth of a daughter. Unfor
tunately the infant died four hours j
after birth.
The boys who intended making ,
homes in lowa next year are preparing
for the trip.
Several persons from here attended !
the local institute in Blain Friday and ; ;
Saturday. ,
The demand for coal and wood for!
winter fuel has been great this sea-!
Russell Swarts. who spent one month j
with friends in Harrisburg, will return i 1
home this week.
Russell Watt moved on Tuesday from ' 1
the Drumgool farm, near Blain'to M.I
N. Willhide's farm, near this place. i
mabysvtlle I
Revival Services at the Various Church-',
ea Are Well Attended
Special Correspondence.
Marysville, Jan. 22.—Revival serv-1
ices are being conducted in the Church !
of God by the Re\' Charles Parson and !
in the Evangelical church by the Rev. j
Mr. Detweiler. Much interest is shown I i
at the services. The services are well!
Mrs. J. B. Lightner, of Loysville,
spent part of last week and the begin-)
ning of this week with her son, Dr.
H. O. Lightner, and family.
C. K. Manning, of Newport, is vis
iting relatives in this place.
William DoPugh spent the beginning
of the week with his parents in New
8100 infield.
The teachers' local institute will be
held on Saturday, February 20, in the
High school room.
The Haley Conclave, No. 866, I. O.
H.. will hold a special meeting on Sat
urday, January 23.
Mrs. W. F. Reed Entertaining Relatives
From Baltimore and Marysville
Special i ''nrr*x{ior<?«nce.
Dauphin, Jan. 22.—Charles Bowman,
of Renovo, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. G. M. Kinter.
Miss Monna Houdeshell of Baltimore,
and Mrs. Charles Heischley, of Marys
ville, are the guests of their cousin,
Mrs. W. F. Reed.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Riffert, of Har
risburg, was the guest of their daugh
ter, Mrs. Spencer G. Kinter, on Mon- ;
Harry Pflieger and family havej
moved to Collinton, Maryland.
Miss Edna Hummer, of Linglestown.
is the guest of her brother, Professor
Miles C. Hummer.
John Hocker, of MAysville, was in
town on Monday."
William Dell, of Enola, spent Wed
nesday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Dell.
Funeral of Mrs. Margaret Simmers Held j
Wednesday Afternoon
Special Correspondence.
New Bloomfield, Jan. 2-2. —The fu-.
neral services of Mrs. Margaret Sim
mers, who died on Sunday, were held j
in the Methodist church on Wednesday |
Schleisner's Semi-Annual
Men's and Boys'
- Suits and Overcoats
$50.00 garments now $37.50
$40.00 garments now $30.00
$35.00 garments now $26.25
$30.00 garments now $22.50
$25.00 garments now $18.75
$20.00 garments now $15.00
-53 Suits for Men $8.95
All-wool Suits taken from our regular stock in
worsteds, tweeds and cassimeres of tartan checks,
browns, pencil stripes and fancy mixtures; sizes 32
to 40, mostly one of a kind; English and conservative
models; only one to a customer; former price sls.
Saturday Only $8.95
28-30 and 32 North Third Street
at 1.30 p. m. The Kev. G. W. Mc-Il
nay ofliciated. Interment in the local
William E. DoPugh, of Marvsville,
spent the beginning of the week with
his parents at their home in this place.
Miss Theresa Miller spent Tuesday
ami Wednesday in Harrisburg.
U. S. Marshal James S. Magee spent
the week-end at his home in this place.
Miss Ida Koth after spending sever
al weeks with her parents at their home
re&uragd to Philadelphia.
George Spahr spent Tuesday in Har
risburg, with relatives.
Miss M. Zula Swartz was in Harris
burg for the inaugural ceremonies on
(j Prank E. Clark, of Philadelphia, is
j visiting his mother in this place,
j James Miller and D. Boyd Alter, of
j the firm of Miller & Alter, agents for
I the Maxwell automobile, in this part
i of the State, were in Philadelphia at
! tending the big auto show in that
j place.
Remonstrances Filed Against Granting
Liquor Licenses in Borough
j Special Correspondence.
| 'Mechanicsburg, Jan. 22.—A1l streets
j lead to the tabernacle and nearly all
i news is directly or indirectly of the
; tabernacle. All the trolley cars in aft
ernoons and evenings are filled and
] the last outgoing cars at nig»ht are over
| crowded with tabernacle visitors.
Remonstrances have been tiled at the
! ec untv seat against the granting of any
| liquor licenses in this place. The
i names of all signers of applications
I in the county will be published.
White carnations were much in evi
| dence here yesterday, the occasion be
j ing Mothers' Day at the tabernacle,
jit is estimated that 2,400 were used,
i The morning cottage - prayer meet
-1 ings continue in interest. Several
families not connected with the co-op
! crating churches have opened their
homes for the prayer meetings.
Yesterday Samuel Davis, a young
colored man, who is demented, was ta
. ken by Officei Coeklin to the county
| insane asylum. He has been tempor
! a£ily_insane several times and was for
■B £9r
j Oar Trad* Mark fit,, ein Regis
tered la the U. 9. Patrat
Olßee MM So. 30,300
! Get Acquainted
i with the superior qualities of
this perfect blend. In the
I neck of each bottle now is a
New Silvered
| Non-Refillable
permitting an absolutely free flow
I without in any way affecting the
color or purity of the contents.
Battled Oaly la Kail Quart*
Patterson & Goane
a time an inmate of the asylum, but
was at thin time out on parole. Yes
terday lie again became violent and at
tempted to set fi»e to some articles of
furniture which he carried out of his
mother's house on South Chestnut
George Pass, of this place, has been
appointed a page of the State Senate.
Mrs. Herr, East Marble street, is vis
iting relatives in Dillsburg.
Miss Mary Fink has returned from
a visit to Wavnosboro, where she was
a guest of the Rev. and Mrs. J. E.
Guy, former residents of this place.
Last evening Melita Lodge, Knights
of Pythias, had a special meeting. The
esquire rank was conferred on four
pages. The officers were installed.
! District President Eisenback, of Ship
-1 pensburg, was present and bad charge
of the ceremony.
The Busy Bee 'Society of the Simp
! son Street A. M. E. church held a
sauerkraut supper in the church last
The Freshman class of the High
school have on exhibition in the Hurst
store window a fine new pennant which
tihey have ordered for use this evening
at the tabernacle High School Night
Methodist Ladies' Aid Society to Hold
Bake Sale January 30
Special Correspondence.
Blain, Jan. 22.—The Ladies' Aid
Society of the Methodist church will
hold a bake sale on Saturday Janu- 1
ary 30.
Mrs. Elizabeth Stine, of Bixler, is
visiting friends in this place.
Harry and Edward Foose, of near j
Eliottsburg, spent some time with their
aunt, Miss Ida Hartman.
Miss Fannie Sheaffer, of Madison
township, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Park Shanabrook.
Miss Mabel and Esther Secrist, of
Duneannon, spent the week-end with
their friend, Miss Helen Bower.
Miss Mabel Noel, of New German
town, spent the week-end with Mr. and
Mrs. M. D. Garber.
James Prvor, of Cleveland, 0., is vis
iting his mother, Mrs. Margaret Pryor.
Mrs. Olivia Averill and daughter,
OaToline, have arrived home from
Brooklyn, N. Y., to-day.
A. H. Prenxel Retires From Shoe Fac
tory Firm
Sp'cial Correspondence.
Halifax, Jan. 22.—Announcement
was made on Wednesday of the retire
ment of A. H. Prenzel from the »hoo
factory firm of A. H. Prenzel & Co., of
this place, Claude G. Ryan and Charles
F. Sitill have purchased Mr. Prenzel's
share and in the future the firm will be
If you want to keep your hair in
good condition, the less soap you use
the better.
Most soaps and prepared shampoos
contain too much alkali. This dries [
the scalp, makes the hair brittle, j
and iB very harmful, a) ust plain mul
siiied cocoanut oil (which is pure j
and entirely greaseless), iB much
better than soap or anything else j
you can use for shampooing, as this
can't possibly injure the hair.
Simply moisten your hair with | :
water and rub it in. One or two tea- j
spoonfuls will make an abundance of
rich, creamy lather, and cleanses the 1
hair and scalp thoroughly. The J
lather rinses out easily, and removes
every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff
and excessive oil. The hair dries
quickly and evenly, and it leaves it
fine and silky, bright, fluffy and easy 1
to manage.
You can get mulsified cocoanut oil ;
at most any drug store. It is very i
cheap, and a few ounces is enough
to last everyone in the family for |!
And Hands, Would Get Red and
Sting and, Burn So Could Not
Sleep. Used Cuticura Soap and
Ointment. Healed in 4 Months.
1121 Parrish St., Philadelphia, Pa.—"My
■kin broke out in a rash. The parts affected
wore my faco, neck, arms and hands. Tliey
t would get red and would
■ting and liurn no I could not.
sleep night*. Afterward! they
would itch so 1 could hardly
staiul it. The breaking out
disfigured me.
I usod Soap and
Ointment, Cream of Tartar.
also Soap and found
them unsatisfactory. 1 had
the trouble four year* before I used Cuticura
Soap and Ointment. 1 found relief in threo
weeks. First I weuld wash with the Soap,
then dry lightly and apply the Ointment,
leave it on Ave or si* minutes and wash It
off with the Soap again. 1 would leave the
Ointment on my hands and arms all night
with a pair or loose gloves. I was entirely
hoaled in four months " (Signed) William
B. Brooke, October 2", 1914.
Sample Each Free by Mali
With 82-p. Skin Book on the treatment
of the akfa aad at-alp. Adrirem post-card
"Cuticura. Dept. T, Bo.ton' SoH
throughout the world.
composed of U W. Ryan, Claude G.
Ryan and Charles F. Still and will bo
known as the Ryan-Still Shoe Company.
Klnier E. Daugherty spent several
days the past week at Harrisburc aud
1 Thomas Smith moved his family to
j Sun bury on Thursday, having been pro
moted to assistant foreman 011 the
| track of the Northern Central Railroad,
j The High School Literary Society
1 will render an interesting program in
j th« High School Auditorium this even
-Mrs. Arthur J. Fas'iiacht and little
I daughter visited friends in Millersburg
j on Wednesday afternoon.
j Flag Room Custodian at Capitol Very
111 at His Home
Sp'f'al Correspondence.
New Cumberland. Jan. 22. J. A.
Sprenkel will go to Juniata county
to-morrow, where he will make an ad
dress at a teachers' institute.
The Susquehanna Woolen Mill Com
pany yesterday shipped fifteen cases of
blankets to New York.
Ray Zimmerman, of Carsonville. is
visiting his sister, Mrs. John Snyder,
Bridge street.
Mrs. B. L. Meyers, who has been
spending several weeks with her moth
er, Mrs. Sophia Kaufman, will leave
for her home in Mt. Vernou, N. Y.,
Saturday morning.
Enos Russell is very ill at his home
on Eighth street. Mr. Russell has had
charge of the flag room at the Capitol
for many years. He took sick about
a week ago.
Mrs. W r . W. Zimmerman called on
Mrs. C. E. Bare in Harrisburg yester
Miss Josephine Fleming, of Cham
bersburg, is spending the week-end j
with Miss Helen Fogelsnnger. teacher
of the borough primary school.
Mrs. Daniel Mat'nias, who had a se
vere fall several weeks ago, is recover
j ing from it.
; Union Evangelistic Services Are At
tracting Much Attention
ffp oial Correspondence.
Newport, Jan. 2'2.—The greatest j
religious movement this town has ever
' known is going 011 now. The union !
1 evangelistic services are attracting j
much interest and are well attended. j
Misses Margaret and Pearl Sweger j
I are visiting in Harrisiburg.
Misses Mae and Helen Saueerman are :
: visiting friends in Harrisburg.
Hugh Tomlinson, of Harrisburg, is!
I visiting his mother, Mrs. L. A. Duin.
Samuel Barnhart, of Bellwood. is i
! visiting his daughter, 'Mrs. Charles E. j
j Miss Carrie Beatty is visiting friends
I in Philadelphia and New York.
Miss Mary Blatzer is visiting friends j
in Harrisburg.
C. K. Manning is visiting his son. H. j
C. Manning, anil other relatives in Har- :
risburg and Marysvi lie.
Dancing at Bed Men's hall, West
Fairview, every Saturday night. Adv. |
Many Out-of-Town People Attend Fu- •
neral of Mrs. Shaffuer
Special Correspondence.
Middl«town, Jan. 22.—The
of the late Mrs. E. C. Shaffner was held,
from the homo of her daughter, Mrs.'
Ohrist Ober, yesterday afternoon. Serv-1
ices were held at 1.30 o'-elock at till<l
residence on Emaus street and at 2
o'clock in St. Peter's LutJieraji church.
Those present from out of town wore:
Mr. and Mrs. Daniol Cant* amd family,
otf Milton Grove; Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
Bretz and family, Mr. and Mrs. John
Mathiet and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. j
Swergart and family, Mrs. Annio Mil
ler, Mrs. Gruber, Mrs. Wolgeinuth, the
Rev. Frank Orowman, Mrs. Aumiller,
Mrs. Doedv, Mrs. Forney, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Benner, Simon Snyder, all of
Elizabothtown; Mrs. Annie Shaffner,
Manheim: Henry Weaver, Riheims; Mrs.
Shookers, Lancaster; Mrs. Henry Whit
tle and Mrs. Mary Shaffner, Mt. Joy;
Harry Shaffner, Hummelstown; John
Bretz, Thomas Bretz, Jr., Miss Mary S.
Bretz, Mrs. A. E. Brandt and Mrs.
Sherman Hawthorne, Mrs. Frank Wal
ters, Mrs. Elizabeth Bretz, Carlisle;
Mrs. Emanuel Rheinhart, Duticannon;
Mrs. A. C. Ober, Palmyra; Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Brandt and family, Steelton. The
pallbearers were Messrs. William Mc-
Nair, Samuel Weiricli. John Lats:, Sr.,
H. H. Shellenberger, Scott Side? ,nd
IS. C. Peters. The Rev. Fuller I)
stresser, of town, and the Rev. Frank
f'rowman, of Kliratibethtown, ofticiated.
Interment was made in the Middletown
A pretty home wedding was solemn
ized last evening in their newly-fur
nished home on Spring street, "when
Miley T. Sheaffer, of Dillsburg, and
Miss Margaret Palmer, of town, were
united in marriage at 8 o'clock by the
Rev. \V. It. Kidingt.on, pastor of the M.
E. church. Promptly at 8 o'clock, to
the strain of "Lohengrin Bridal Chor
us, '' played by her cousin, Miss May
Fuhrman. the bridal party entered th«
room. The bride was given away by
her brother, Aaron, the ring ceremony
being used. The bride wore white
crepe de chine and carried a bouquet of
white roses. Those present were rela
tives and friends of the brido and
groom. They received a number of beau
tiful and useful gifts. Re Freshmen if
was served. TJio couple was later sere
naded by the Indiun Runners' Drum
Mrs. Anna Fetter has returned home
from a several days' visit to relatives
at Palmyra.
The Tennis Club basketball team de
-1 feated the Rescue team last evening by
the score of 30 lo 15 and the Union
team defeated the Wiucroft team by
the score of 4 8-25. Both games were
played in the M. A. C. rooms.
Edward Myers, of town, and Miss
Marian daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Michael Peiffer, of Royalton, were
married at uoon yesterday at the home
of the bride's parents by the Rev. Her
bert Smith, pastor of the Royalton l\
B. church, iu the presence of the imme
diate families. The couple left on a
week's wedding trip to Newark, N. .1.,
and on their return will reside with the
| groom's mother, Mrs. Amauda Myers,
| liast Water street.
The Rev. ,1. H. Daughertv, of the
| liidge Avenue M. E. church, Harris
-1 burg, will preach at the revival services
j in the .VI. E. church this evening.
To-morrow will be pavdav at the car
Miss Catharine Warfel and Ralph Look
Married at Hagerstown
Special Corjespon,lente
Linglestown, Jan. 22. —Services will
be held in Wenrich's church on Sunday
morning by Ihe Lutheran pastor, the
Rev. Mr. Bittner.
Services will be held in the Church
of God on Sunday evening. A visiting
minister will fill the pulpit.
Revival services continue nightly in
the United Brethren church under the
labors of the pastor, the Rev. Clyde
The Rev. George Sigler is holding
revival services in the Church or' God
at Progress. Much interest is mani
fested. Some thirty penitents have gone
to the altar for prayer.
Miss Catharine Warfel, youngest
daughter of Samuel Warfel and Ralph
Ivook, son of M,r. and Mrs. Harry Look,
of near Manada Hill, were married'at
the parsonage of the First Baptist
church in Hagerstown, by the Rev. K.
| K. Thomas, on Wednesday.
A men's meeting will t>e held at the
| Church of God at Progress on Sumiav
I afternoon by the pastor, the Hev.
George Sigler.
| Mrs. Maria Zimmerman, of Pleasant.
i View, on Thursday was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Schaner.
| Miss Eliza Shriner spent several
days of this week as the guest of Miss
Anna Mehring at Harrisburg.
Mrs. William Mailer and Mrs.
Ikholtz, of Penbrook, on Thursday
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
j Harper.
j Miss Bertha Hoffstadt, of Harris
; burg, spent the week as the guest of
John Look and family,
i Mrs. A. .1. Kleopfer spent Thursday
| with friends at Harrisburg.
I Mrs. John Fox on Thursday visited
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Seiler, of Lower
Mrs. Gertrude N'isslev spent Thurs
day evening at Harrisburg.
Mrs. Clementine Reigle and M-s.
Edward Kunkle, of Harrisburg. spent
Thursday as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. William Feeser.
Mrs. Harvey Aungst and sou. Mar
| lin, of Philadelphia, on Wedne-dav.
I were the guests of the former's mother!
j Mrs. 1-annie Backenstoe.
Miss Ellirbower, of Carlisle is '
I spending several days of this week' as
I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Mrs. John Bench and son. McClellan
, fJeorge Hoffman, of Harrisburg, and
i Frank Hench. of Progress, spent Wed
nesday anil Thursday as the "uests of
Mr. and Mrs. McOle'llan Hench.
"Wonderful." Says Mrs. Stotesbury
After Sermon in Biddle Home
Philadelphia Jan. 22.—8i11y Sunday
told a large audience in the residence
of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Drexel Biddle,
2104 Walnut street, yesterday that the
only time a good many men and wom
en think of prayer is when "The
hearse backs up to their homes' and
"a lot of empty chairs remind them
of Jesus Christ."
Men and women whose names are
conspicuous in the Social Register oc
cupied the rows of chairs ranged in
parlor, hallway and dining room.
"[ think Mr. Sunday is wonderful,
wonderful," declared.Mrs. E. T. Stoics
bury at the conclusion of the sermon.
"His words impress one with the im
mensity of their meaning. 1 have
p.sked him to dc me the honor to speak
I in my home.
"I am going to hear him in the tab
ernacle. I have hesitated about it, but
now I realize that 1 simply must see
him win others to his cause and watch
the display of his great power. H?
has done great good for me."
Georgia Governor Calls Killing of Four
Negroes Attack on Civilization
Atlanta, Jan. 22. —'Governor Slaton
offered a reward of SSOO last night
for the arrest and conviction of each
of the first five members of Ihe (Monti
cello mob which lynched the four Bar
ber negroes—father, son and two
daughters—for assaulting a policeman. •
Iu his proclamation the Governor
denounces the lynching as a malignant
crime and an attack on civilization.
The Legislature only allowed the Gov
ernnr s.'>,ooo for regards.
< J How To Get Relief When Head $ .
<, and Nose are Stuffed Up. £
Count fifty! Your cold in head or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils will open, the air passages of your
head will ylear and you can breathe
freely. No more snuffling, hawking,
mucous discharge, dryness or headache;
no struggling for breath at night.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from yoyr druggist and apply a
little of this fragrant antiseptic cream
in your nostrils. It penetrates through
every air passage of the head, soothing
and healing the swollen or inflamed
mucous membrane, giving you instant,
relief. Head colds and catarrh yield
like magic. Don't stay stuffed-up and
miserable. Relief is sure.—Adv».