here is an obit on the Mother of the 3 brothers I am sure the bottom one is a brother also. There is a draft cards on all three brothers from 1918 at ancestry.com plus many family trees on the families the 1930 census list all their children if you need it let me know
The Cumberland Times
HARDINGER 12 Feb 1914 Mrs Rebecca Hardinger, aged about 72 years, widow of James Hardinger, died at Indian Creek PA last night of Brights disease. At the time of her death, she was visiting her sister, Mrs Alice Miller. She was a member of the Bethel ME church of Cumberland Valley PA. Surviving children are: William Hardinger and Mrs Emma Leasure of Cumberland Valley; Monroe Hardinger; George Hardinger and Harry Hardinger of Roosevelt UT; and these sisters and brothers; Mrs GS Hite-Cumberland; Mrs Elizabeth Evans-Hyndman; Mrs Alice Miller-Indian Creek PA; Thomas Dicken -Winfield KS; J Clark Dicken-Corriganville; and Charles Dicken, of the War Dept, Washington DC. She was a daughter of the late John Dicken, a prominent farmer and auctioneer of Cumberland Valley PA.
HARDINGER 16 Jun 1914 The badly decomposed body of William T Hardinger, 41 years old, a wood sawyer from Hazen, this county, was found hanging from a tree suspended from a limb by bailing wire yesterday morning near M&K Junction, above Rowelsburg WV. It was necessary to bury the body where it was found. Hardinger, employed by the TB Smouse Company, a lumberman of this city, had been missing for over a week. His father-in-law, William H Twigg, went from Cumberland to Rowelsburg and with a search party, hunted for him in the woods. They found him hanging from a tree. Hardinger was married and is survived by a wife and 7 children. Hardinger was a heavy man well known in the county. He had been sent to Rowelsburg to saw timber. The coroners inquest gave a verdict of suicide. He was the son of James Hardinger, a farmer of Cumberland Valley. His mother died a year ago. Two brothers live in Roosevelt Utah.