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THE EISBEE DAILY REVIEW, SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 12, 1917.
MR. and Mrs. Frank Brunell and
baby Frank, have left for Den
ver. Mrs. Brunell has been vis
iting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. William Buckett of this city, for
the last three months, having came
here to attend the Safford-Buckett
wedding last June. Mr. Brunell ar
rived here a few days ago. The Bru
cella are residents of Ajo and will
visit with Mr. Burnell's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. T. P. Burnell, while in Den
According to word received in Bis
bee, Tuesday, Charles E. Goetz, well
known merchant, and Miss Elinor
Scott, both of Benson, were married
in that city last Monday. Rev. Jos.
E. Ferris, pastor of the Methodist
church performed the ceremony. The
bridegroom is one of the enterprising
business men of the Junction City and
is well known here where he has a
large number of friends. The bride is
one of the charming belles of Benson.
After a brief honeymoon in California
the couple will return to Benson where
thev will make their home.
Mrs. I. H. Hayes left Wednesday
night on the Golden State Limited for
Los Angeles. 1
Miss Sadie Wolfe and John R. Cn
they were married last Tuesday nipht
at 8:30 p. m. by Justice of the Peace
M. C. High at the home of Siim Ver
ran, in Cochise, couple will make their
home in Bisbee.
W. G. Gilmore and wife were in the
city last week on a Fhort visit from!
their home in Tombstone. Mr. Gil
more was called here on business and
Mrs. Gilmore while here was the guest
of Mrs. Alexander Murry of Warren.
Mis3 Emma Bishop was in the city
last week from her home in Tomb
stone. Miss Bishop spent a few days
with friends returning home on Tues
day. Dr. C. H. Hawley and wife have
gene to California, where they will re
main for a number of weeks on a
' pleasure trip.
Mrs. H. W. Flemming a resident of
Los Angeles, is visiting in this city
and is the guest of Mrs. William Tru
ax. Mrs. Flemming came up from
Douglas, where she had been visiting
for. several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Williams and
daughter. Miss Edith, have left Doug
las for the east where they will visit
friends for a number of weeks, and
also visit their son and brother, Er
nest A. Williams who is now a lieu
tenant in the army of Uncle Sam. Mrs.
Williams and daughter were in the
city before they left, visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Williams and to her sister,
Mrs. M. Doyle.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reay and George
Dawe of the Copper Queen Smelter;
were through here last week on their
way to California. They were travel
ing in Mr. Dawe's car.
Miss Mable Hill of Tombstone, was
in the city last week visiting friends.
Miss Gladys Woods spent a few
days last week in Tombstone as the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. William Lut
ley. William Lutley and wife were in the
city last Wednesday and while here
were the guests of Mr. and ' Mrs. H.
M. Woods of School Hill. They re
turned home by auto during the even
ing. Miss Myrtle Arborn, of Bisbee, and
Miss Julia Wartenberg of Los Angeles,
ON HER HANDS
f oo IH to Walk Upright. Operation
Advised. Saved by Lydia L
Pinkham's Vegetable Coaipoani
This woman now raises chickens and
does manual labor. Read her story:
Richmond. Ind. "For two years I
was so sick and weak with trouble?
from my age that
I had to pe
very slowly w:t:.
my hands "on the
step?, then sit down
at the top to r?st
The doctor said he
thought I should
have an operation,
and my friends
thoupht I would not
live to move into
our new house. My
dauehter asked mi
to try Lydia E. Finkr.am's Vegetable
Compound as she had taken it with good
results. I did so, my weakness dis
appeared, I gained in strantrvh, moved
into our new home, did all kinds of
garden work, shoveled dirt, did build
in? and cement work, and raised hun
dreds of chickens and ducks. I ea.i
not say enough in praise of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and
if these facts are useful you may pub
lish them for the benefit of other
women." Mrs. M. O. Johnston.RouU
D, Box 190, Richmond, Ind
are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Arborn at their summer home in Ixmg
Miss Anna Bryan, district chief op
erator of the Mountain States Tele
phone company and a resident of Tuc
son, was married in that city on Satur
day to Mr. X C. Cutting who is in
the employ of'the United States gov
ernment in the branch of the depart
ment of justice. Miss Bryan has many
friends in this city. She was a visitor
here a few weeks ago as the guest of
Miss Alexander the local chief opera
tor. Mrs. Clara Joiner returned last
week from Benson, where she had
been for a several day's visit with
Mrs. Lillian James, wife of J. H.
James, clerk of the superior court at
Tombstone, was in the city last weekj.
Mrs. George Theil of Tombstone, re
turned to her home in the county seat
recently. Mrs. Theil had been visiting
her mother, Mrs. Merrill of Bisbee.
Mrs. Adson P. McRea of Bisbee, was
a visitor in Tombstone last week.
Mrs. James Cunningham of Vaughn,
Santa Cruz county, has returned to
that camp after spending a few weeks
here on a visit with friends.
Mrs. James L. Gannon has return
ed from a week's trip to Benson. Mrs.
Gannon visited her mother Mrs. M.
Kinsela a former resident of Bisbee.
Miss Myrtle Kenyon a resident of
Cananea, and well known in Bisbe.
where she has visited on numerous oc
casions, was married on August 2 to
George Snow, well known automobile
man of Cananea. The couple were
married in San Francisco.
Miss Katie Oddonetto has left for
Douglas, which is to be her future
Mrs. Miles Merrill and children have
returned from St. David where they
had been visiting Mrs. Merrill's par
ents for the past few weeks.
Miss Charlotta Moyer, secretary of
IN 6hopdom this month the airiest
nothings are receiving the most at
tention. The sheerest of organdies
and nets find themselves the most
popular fabrics at the dress acces
sories counter, where they are bloom
ing in the most delicate of pastel
shades and have trimmed themselves
with tiny ruffle upon ruffle of near
Valenciennes lace in white or cream
One of their latest forms is that of
the surplus vestee made with collar
and front pieces of the frilly ruffles,
and even furnished with organdi?
waist bands which, crossing in back
to hold the vestee in place, return
once more to the front for an orna
mental and fashionable tying.
These little affairs can be worn
eually well as summer aids to the one
piece dress as well as the tailored suit.
Thee rare also collar and cuff sets of
dainty organdie similarly trimrod",
with many rows of tiny lace ruffles,
from which one may select a stand-up
collar style or one of the shawl va
riety, and also suit one's taste as to
the size and height of the gauntlet
cuffs. Only the narrowest widths of
Val. lace is used and the little ruffles
are placed close together so that they
overlap. Sometimes tiny peeot edge
ruffles of the colored organdie take
the place of the lace ones, or a simple
footing edge will be used. Here, also.
the tiny ruffle trimming is duplicated,
as well as the sash ends, which either
tie in back in a bow or are brought
around to the front or re loosely
looped together. These sashes have
a finish of tiny ruffles, also, like their
sisters of the vestee tribe. The usual
skirt used with this model is that of a
full shirred one having some form of
tucking as a trimming.
Thin white silk hose for wear with
low pumps and slippers have colored
lines of red, white and blue Introduced
in the fashionable clock form. They
will prove effective with a military
suit or an all white sport costume.
Other recent models in hosiery show
lines in the national colors embroid
ered up the Instep fronts, while the up
per section beneath the skirt has a
design carried out in three rows of
star-shaped ornament sin blue and red
White footwear is quite as popular
as ever. Most women have found
that there Is nothing cooler they can
put on their feet for either dress or
sport events, and all varieties of mod
els for all occasions and all manner
of summer happenings are to be found,
from a rubber-sole tennis shoe to a
French-heeled dancing slipper.
Among the garments the transparent
coat and wraps are easily the most In
teresting. These take the form or
sheer models made after the manner
the Y. W. C. A., has left for California
where she is spending a few weeks' va
cation. Miss Viva Villman of Tombstone,
spent the week end with her sister,
Mrs. George H. Kellogg.
William Osborn and wife of Santa
Fe, X. M., were the guests of Dr. W.
F. Haas and wife of this city during
Miss M. E. Barns has returned from
a few weeks' visit to California.
Mrs. Francis left for California
where she will spend a few weeks.
Miss Jesse Jester, well known in
Benson returned to her home from
Bisbee. where she has been visiting
friends. After a brief stay Miss Jes
ter will go to Douglas where she will
make her future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Saffcrd. who were mar
ried here last June, have been spend
ing the last nine weeks in Southern
California at Long Beach and Catalina.
Mrs. Safford who was Miss Irene Buck
ett, taught in the grammar school here
for five years. Mr. Safford teaches com
mercial subjects in the Bisbee high
school. Mr. and Mrs. Safford will be
at home to their many friends in War
ren after the first of next month.
Mr. R. E. McFarland and wife have
returned from Tombstone, where they
have been for a short visit to Mrs,
McFarland's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wertz left last
Thursday on the Golden State Limited
for Las Vegas, where they expect to
be the balance of the month. Las
Vegas is the former home of both.
Mr. and Mrs. Laurenson returned on
the Golden State Limited last Thurs
day from the coast. Mr. Laurenson
is athletic coach for the rocal high
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Anderson of this
city are spending a few weeks in Los
Angeles and are registered at the Hotel
Mrs. A. J. Finnerty and children will
return home the first of next week
from an extended visit with relatives
oi a sport coat and having, maybe, a
wide collar and a bottom hem of satin
or some heavier material suitable for
such wear as would be given a silk
sweater, and more dressy models of
exquisitely hand-embroidered chiffon
cloth suitable for evening wrans
These garments are often three-quarter
length, and a very effective color
Is black. Georgette crepe, chiffon
cloth, silk voile, silk grenadine, and
other sheer fabrics are utilized. Em
broidory, beading, satin bands, braid
ing, marabau and fancy evening
plushes are seen in trimmings.
Black jet buckles are seen of late
on the newest street pumps of white
nubuck and wash leather.
Taking the place of a bag is the lat
est novelty M a coin ball, small or
namental balls attached to a silver
chain of slender make.
A china silk slip under the trans
parent summer negligee is noted as
one of the dainty new touches of the
The newest "wrinkle" in the realm
of the luxurious house is the boudoir
cape. This garment is a chiffon dup
licate of the beach cape.
An afternoon frbek of the new esper
ance shade of rose is built on simple
but very good lines.
A Georgette gtwn of avlateur blue jer
sey has a collar tnd narrow cuff bands
Touches tor fur, the stiff-haired va
riety, are used on woolen jersey.
Blue velvet combined with blue and
red striped velours make a clever cos
tume for the early season.
A motor coat and cap of dull rose
duvetyn of aviation type is much in
For the warm summer shower is pi
vided also the featherweight silk rain
coats, which look like t rose-colored
cloud worn over a summer dress.
Jaunty hat to match these rain
coats can be purchased.
The shawl blouse of rep silk, with
narrow collar andtovers, is very pretty.
The latest sports costume is com
posed of a dress of wood color and
white striped Jersey cloth, with short
loose coat of plain ctolor.
Wide fabric belts are now bringing
themselves forward as hot weather un
derstudies to the swagger black patent
! FRENCH FLYING EXPERT AND WIFE
i ARE ENTERTAINED IN WASHINGTON
j K XL. I V 'Hyygsayg
ir j i !.,. t rvt
3e la Grange, the distinguished
Mrs. A. O. Ftiedel returned last week
from the coast, where she and her lit
tle daughter had been lVr sveral weeks.
To Attend fWedding ,
Mrs. M. A. Howell, one of the pio
neer women residents of Cochise coun
ty, was in the city Friday from her
home at the San Bernardino ranch,
east Vf Douglas, to attend the wedding
of Miss Gladys Woods. Mrs. Howell
came to Cochise county in 1S79 with
Mrs. J. J. Belford is spending a few
days with friends in Tucslm. She ex
pects to return to her home in this
city the first of the week.
Miss Etta Sanders was in the city
last Thursday evening from Tomb
stone on her way to Douglas.
Mrs. Edward Barnett and little
daughter of NacV road, have returned
from Long Beach, where they had
been for several weeks on a pleasure
Mrs. Cornelius Munson of Warren is
spending a few days in Tucson. She
is a former resident of that city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Slaughter were
in the city last Friday frtm their home
at the San Bernardino ranch, east of
Douglas. They came here to attend
the wedding of Miss Gladys Woods and
Earl Standridge. Mr. and Mrs. Slaugh
ter have just returned from an extend
ed trip to Kansas.
Mrs. Charles P. Lloyd and daugh
ter, Mrs. Albert Sheetz, returned dur
ing the week from the coast. They
have been visiting in Long Beach.
Miss Gladys Woods and Earl Stand
ridge, were married Friday evening at
the home of the bride's parents on
School Hill. They left at once for
the Grand Canyon on a bridal trip.
The ceremony was performed by Rev.
Fry in the presence of friends of the
couple. Among the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Slaughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Brakefield. Miss Edith Stowe and Mrs.
M. A. Howell.
Mrs. Winchester is the guest of her
daughter Mrs. John Rainey of Mason
addition, Lowell. She will visit here
for some time.
Premier Lloyd George says: "It de
pends very largely on the French
whether we get through to the end.
If the French and ourselves hang to
gether, we shall get through to the end
despite our Russian troubles. The
Russians are an incalculable quantity;
they fought when we least expected
them to, and fliey hung back when it
seemed they ought to go on. My latest
information is that Russia will recover
and become as formidable as ever."
ASK ANYONE WHO HAS USED IT
. There are families who always aim
to keep a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and ' Diarrhoea Remedy in the
house for use in case it is needed, and
find that it Is not only a good invest
ment but saves them no end of suffer
ing. As to its reliability, ask anyone
who has used it Adv.
St. John's Episcopal Church.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Morning service at 11 a. m.
H. S. Brewster, rector.
REVIEW WANT AD8
CoL de la Grange, head of the French
aero mission and Mme. de la
French aviator and head of the
French aero mission to the United
States, is one of the few women who
have accompanied members of the
foreign missions to this country.
Mme. de la Grange, and ber'hus
band have charmed Washington so-
ciaty and are being frequently en-
The Assembly of God.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday preaching at 2 and 7:30 p.
Tuesday Bible Study at 7:30 p. m.
Friday prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m.
Everybody cordially Invited to at
tend these services. John Eiting, pas
tor. Christian Science Society.
Christian Science Society of Bisbee
holds services in the Woman's Club
building on Quality Hill at 11:15 a.
m. Wednesday evening meeting at
7:45 p. m. Sunday school at 10:10 a.
m. The public is welcome and invit
ed to attend. Subject for Sunday. Au
gust 12th, -Spirit"
First Christian Church.
Preaching and communion at 11 a.
The Rev. Dr. C. A. Steepleton of
the Frst Arizona Infantry will preach
Sunday morning. Subject: "Our
Country and Our Home."
Let's give this young patriot a good
Duet, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Williamson.
Solo, Miss Marjoria Young, of Can
Pianist. Miss Edith Hudson.
Bible school at 10 o'clock a. m.
Endeavor at 6.30 p. m. v
Preaching at 7:30 p. ra.
Everybody welcome. W. S. Deather
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Young Peoples meeting at 6:45 p.
m. Topic: "The Sin of Gossip and
Scandal" Psalm 120.17; Exodus
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m.
Choir practice Thursday evening at
seven o'clock. John E. Fry, pastor.
Church of Jesus Christ.
Latter Day Saints.
Sunday school at ten o'clock, and
preaching at eleven.
Morning sermon subject: "Fullness
of Times for the Gentile Xations, as
Outlined in Prophecy."
Scripture study at 6:45 in the ev
ening and an address at 8 o'clock.
Subject, "Tolstoy's Vision Measured
by Present World Events and Compar
ed with Phophetlc Scripture."
The chapel is located on Short
street. Tombstone Canyon. J. E.
First Methodist Episcopal.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.
Preaching service at 11 a. m.
Rev. C. A. Housel.
Epworth League at 6:45 p. m.
Sermon at 7:45 p. m.
First Baptist Church
Sunday school at 9:45, J. II. Brana
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Subject, "Greater Sunday School."
Junior and Senior B. Y. P. IT. at 6:45
Subject, "Sin of Gossip and Scand
al." Psalms 120:17, leader O. W. liar
shaw. Preaching at 7:45 p. in., subject
"Freedom in Service."
Wednesday evening prayer meeting.
Thursday evening, choir practice.
Hrlng your friend, F. M. Pitman.
WEEKLY NEWS LETTER YOUHG
MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
The general secretary. A. B. Rich-
ardson, writes from Estes Park, Colo.,
where he .is a member of the school
faculty for the Y. M. C. A. summer
school, ' I feel very much like I am
in a military camp at sunrise the war
students wht are here go through the
usual military proceedings of raising
the flag and the same program is fol-
lowed at sunset, and boih in the morn-
ing ana at eventiue sua army uruis
tre the order of the day. .Needless to
advice that yours truly is not taking
tne arduous anus, it is enouga aisci- since the arrival of our old pal. Wick
pline to be compelled to crawl out )f , nam on the ast. "Wick." who I
bed at 6 a. m. The conference grounds reRarued as an unknown quantity in
this year present an unusual scene of iocai terpsichorean circles, has from
activity the preparation on the part aU reports introduced some sinuous
of so many young men taking up the scintillating steps to the Angeleno
army Y. M. C. A. work adds to the dancing wizards,
usual crowd and aiso has a tendency .
to bring the great war closer ri us.
"One of our war secretaries, fresh
from the war-ridden district, was here
a few days ago, and the many dis
tressing incidents he related of real
conditions in the war zone were suffi-1
cient to make one's blood run cold. ' w- H- Jurgens. from the Travelers
Another young fellow is here. Dnly re- San Antonio, is a new arrival
cently having returned from Germany, in bisbee and is favorably impressed.
where he was held a prisoner for nine ; H ,s employed at the Bisbee lmprove-
months. and the treatment he and oth- ment company.
er prisoners received is not compli-
mentary to Kaiser Wilhelm anyway G. P. Mizell. formerly employed at
the secretary was glad to have his life : the Holbrook, has just returned from
spared. I learn here that Dr. Jno. R. a trip to Los Angeles and San Fran-
Mott. general secretary of the inter-1 cisco, where he enjoyed a month's rest.
national committee tf the Y. M. C. A,'
and a member of the president's Rus- J. D. Bush, a salesman for the Milady
sian commission, is still in Russia, but Taifrrs and an enthusiastic Y. mem
fully expects to be back to Xew York t ber, left last night for San Francisco.
by August 15. In my letter two weeks j ,
ago I spoke about the heat over in j Following is a list of new members
Texas my story now, is the reverse , and renewals for the past week:
cool almost cbld, in fact is, after sun-j C. A. Boynton. R. B. Bronson, Ral
down. but the days are very pleasant, i eigh Bingham. Edward Baldridge. W.
Quite a number of the teachers in the A. Brenner, Roy Brown. L. J. Carrell.
school were prevented from coming ; Donald D. Clark. Rodney S. Craijier.
this yea rdue to losing so many of their: HV&n, Henry Colbourn. Robert Cll-
forces in the draft and Y. M. C. A.
war work, and this has required many
of us to double ton the usual work re-
quired of us but we can stand the
strain and charge
it up to "Patriot-
G. Maloy, John Mathews. A. E. May.
Believe it or not but Secretary Rich-1 H. G. Moses, Horace D. Roberts, Cecil
ardson has the document Charles Jew-1 A. Thompson. F. E. Wharton. Errol
ell has joined Uncle Sam's navy and Widmeyer, Dr. O. W. Brandon. Chas.
when heard from was on his way to Cole, Chas. S. Edmundson. C. L. Guy
the field, or ship of action. His card j nr. Frank A. Kopf. Fred A. McKin
was written from Cincinnati, Ohto. ney. Herbert B. Sansora. H. L. Fenner.
Charlie for several years was a won-'M. MeMurry. Durlln House. Ray Bar
derful booster of the local association J tee, Dan Hocker.
and also was a frequent visitor at the ,
Y. W. Boys' Department
The drawing for opponents in the
The national association is follow- tournaments took place last Thursday
ing the flag and also serving the flag ' mid great excitement Ybur oppon
in a very substantial way. No matter ent will be listed on the bulletin board
where that may be a building and a , from nw on "ntil the tournaments are
tfrps of secretaries is the plan for ev-1 finished. You had better stir around
ery brigade. Thus far. 120 secretaries a little and practice up a bit Your
have been sent to France. One ship opponent may be lucky in the finals
on which a number of secretaries were i whether he is a shark or not.
aboard was sunk by a submarine, but
thanks to the old association swim
ming pools back in their home towns,
they knew how to swim and in this
manner kept afloat until they were res
cued. Six army Y. M. C. A. buildings
are now under erection at Deming, N.
M. Thirty-six thousand sAildiers will
be located at this point
C. E. Livingstone, one of the live
wires, has just received a letter from
former member A. M. Shambaugh. in
which he describes briefly some of the
life at the Presidio reserve officers'
training camp. Extracts from his It
"An the whole we have a fine bunch
of men from all states ton the Paci
fic. Xew Mexico, Arizona, Xevada,
Utah. Idaho and Wyoming. The man
best e me is a young lawyer from
Wyoming, at my foot are two men from
Yale, one cot over is a teacher from
a normal school in Washington the
fellow in the corner is from Oregon
so you see something of the surround
ings as to associations. The physical
surroundings are very decent, fine
woods, paved roads, green lawns, many
flowers and street cars less than a
bfock away." Friends of Shambaush
should drop him a line. He will be
glad to near from his old associates.
Following is a letter received from
Bill Cooley, now in the engineering
VMembo Park. Cal., Monday eve.:
Dear Mr. Richardson: Well, here we
are in camp, all settled and working
hard. We've got a swell rocation and
a fine bunch of fellows. Right now I'm
in the Y. M. C. A. tent, and there's a
phonograph going at one end and a
piano at the other. It sure is a flne,witn an unnatural looseness of the
place, but I don't think it could any
where near come up to the old "Y."
in Bisbee. We're going to take stme
snapshots in a few days and I'll send
you one. Regards to all the gang."
The doctors had the use of our build-
ing last Saturday. August 4. and Tues -
day. August 7. for the examination oftack of gummer complaint and was
m neofr the U. S. draft army. We j ,uffering intense pain. One dose re
partlcularly noticed that all our best iievd me 0tner numbers of hit fam
boys. who have been with us for years, j Hy hav(1 since useJ it witn llke
and especially those who have rooms j ulta." Adv.
in the building, all passed the examlna-l
course, sVrry to see our boys go. but
we are confident they will make good,
wherever they are sent they go with
out very best wishes for their future
We had a card from Bill Cooley
showing a picture of himself and his
friend. Mr. Xewton, taken in front of
the Y. M. C. A. tent at Membo Park,
We are glad to lesrn that the b'jys
still stick around the Y. They are
both enlisted in company "A." Engin-
eer Corps, and both send their regards
to all their Bisbee friends.
Society reports that have sifted
through to Bisbee indicate that -bear h
dancing" has not only been revived,
Dut na, Deen given a deciae(i impetus
M. II. Tilley. a new member of the
Y., and who is employed at the Sac
ramento shaft, is nursing a yliphtly in
lins. Chas. A. Cutchall. Ben F. Corder.
Paul F. Dennis. Jno. Dickerson. D. F.
J Dow, George Dobson. Jack Edinger.
, W. B. Haynir. C. E. Heuistis. Eugene
Hicks, Wm. C. Hanser. Guy Jenninfgs,
Arthur Latham, T. C. Lamphere. II.
There will be regular "gym" classes
from now tn until further notice pend
ing the arrival of a new physical di
rector. The following boys have taken out
memberships for another year: Phil
lip Irwin, John Brown. Russel Wright
Frank Harris and Hubert Detloff.
A big membership campaign will be
launched in the near future. Call at
the office and get the secretaries to
tell you all about it They will be
on hand rb give you all the informa
tion yot want Teams of six boys each
will be organized with a captain at
the head of each. There will be two
divisions and a big feed will probably
be your reward.
A pleasant union meeting was hel
last Sunday. About five gallons of
punch was served to the crowd of lo s
and girls who attended.
Mr. Martin, former secretary of the
boys' department, has been heard from.
He is in the army Y. M. C. A. and he
likes his work well. He expects to
fight for his Uncle Sammy "somewhere
in France." The boys of the depart
ment wish him the best of luck in his
All boys having cameras are urged
to call at the office and help organize
a camera club.
During the hot weather of the sum
mer months some member of almost
every family is likely to be troubled
i bowels, and it is of the greatest im-
' DnrtAflfA tint th!a Ha trfaftfi1 nmmnt!r
which can only be done when the nied
Irine is kept at hand. Mrs. F. F.
Scott, Scottsville. X. Y- states. "I first
used Chamberlain's Colic and Diar
rhoea Remedy as much as five Years
1 ag0- that time , had - seTer ...
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