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Town School -Pupils-- :Soi
Musical Festival Twnty-tw Cmw
in City Court, in .Eleven. Days- Em.
broidery Club Give ' Whist Red
Croea Notified From Washington- of
Financial Campaign, i
Scores of children. reprsntin g' the.
mded schools in . the .town, parucl-t
pated in a. musical festival held "In- the
town nail rnaay ; wxeruooffi x ne jee--
tival. an innovation in achool atEaire
tn town, demonstrated conclusively
the value of - the town' tMlcy In "nro-i
viding instruction along1 musical lines'
and In developing- eometniiif 01 ine
artistic In: the'puplla. The ehonwrt,
solos, folk dances, etc. all contributed
to the making; of a very Interesting
and entertaining affair. TH musicals
was arranged under the direction of
Miss Bernice Cegawell, supervisor of
music In the schools of KHlingly. Tb
representatives of each school - con
tributed something to the program
that won for each particular - school
special distinction, indicative of the
fact that the- instruction la as valna
ble In Day vine. Good year, Attawau
gan. Ballouville and other villages as
In Danielson... .
Crisp Borough Chronicles.
Mrs. Durant E. Latbrop and son of
Winthrop, Mass., are vlstting. . Mxsw
Hattie Bailey, School street. . Mlsa
Mae Bailey, teaching at Ayer,. Mass..
is also at her home here for the week-;
end. ...'.'.."
Mrs. Leonard James will have the
members of the Ladies Heading cir
cle at her home for a meetingMon
dav afternoon. . "."
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Landry return
ed here from their wedding trip, go-,
inc later to tlie'r home In Thompsons
vllle. ' ' "
Rajmond Bartlctt, son of Mr. ana
?.Trs. O. P. Hartlctt, and Payson-Hay-ward,
also well known here . go to i
Plattburgh to take instruction at the
officers' training camp.
Ralph B. Woodbury, as contract
seent and collector for the' 8. N. E
Telerhor.e company, has taken up Bis
residence here.
Wilbur C. Hire of Mlddletown "vis
ited with friends In Danielson Frt
day. ' ' -
Membership Now 382.
The membership of the local ohap
ter of the Red Cross -was announced
Fridav afternoon as 38!.
A real social dance, C E. "Wood's
orchestra. Phoenix hall, tonight. Com.
a it.
Rev. T. R. Edwards of Newton
Mam., will preach at the services at
the Bapfist church Sunday.
Members of the Pentecostal church
held a cottage prayer meeting at the
home of Mrs. .Lucy Baker, Furnace
street, Friday; evening.
Clubmen's War Tax.
Vhder the proposed war" tax, mem-
bers of the Bohemian club will be as
sessed ten cents a month extra on
their club dues.
The temperature dropped to 39." de
grees In Danielson' Fridav mornliig.
and a piercing northwest wind added.
to the discomforts, of the day.
Twenty-two cases in Eleven Days,
Three more cases in the town 'court
Friday morning" a record of 22 In 11,
days of May. . ' - : '
Henry G. Harrower of Hartford vis
lted friends here Friday. -
A. P. Woodward has been. In HaTt-
ford on a business trip. . - '
Xew auto livery service,- direction
of J. J. Cody. Phone calls to garage
75-12, or 203. - Good cars, prompt
service. Omar lAKar driver. adv.
very uttle planting or home - gar
dens has been done-here this week-n
account of the unseasonable weather.
Mission for French Parishioners,
A mission for French-speaking-
members of St. James parish will be
pin Sunday. r , . .
Wage advances In more mills here
abouts are to be announced with the
opening of the coming week.
Embroidery Club's Whist.
In St. John Baptist hell in the H;xfl
clock, Friday evening, more than 160
persons attended a- whist and basket
social given under. the auspices of the
fcrnbroidery club. -
This week the members of the Thir
teenth company .have been expectant
of mobilization orders, - but.- it- has
practically passed without a call-com
ing. -Most of the men have returned
to the occupations In which they were
engaged before going out for . guard
cuiy in jiarcn. . . . .
Instructions From Washington Re'
garding Financial Campaign.
fTom Red Cross headquarters at
Washington Mrs. Alfred L. Reed of
tne local chapter of the Red Cross re
ceived Friday morning telegraph In
etractipns relative to inaugurating a
finance campaign as will be done
throughout the countrv under the-'di-
rectlon'of the War .Council board e
tne organization. - Clarence. A. - Potter
is chairman of . tne finance, committee
or tne local chapter. - .
The .urgent call ..for . raising a big
i una is necessitated by the -increased
demands for such supplies as to the
allies through the Red Cross and to
tne extraordinarily Increased demands
for similar supplies in this country
inciaent to tne mom ligation cf hun
dreds of thousands of men who are to
the t ested
I i yon want to experiment on year
kin, there are plenty ol treatments
to experiment with. But if you want
something whose 'value has been
proven by yean and years of suc
cessful use, if you want a treatment
that electors prescribe constantly,
that you kmovt . contains nothing
harsh or injurious, yon-will Aid it in
5 esino! Ointment, aided by Resinol
Soap. It usually stops itching in
iianlfy, and rarely ' fails to -clear
away all trace of eczema or similar
tormenting sVin-eniprion. . ...
Xasiaol OMantari Raxtsol Stmv mt 14 -hr
al 4mirt. For trial foa, writ to Dept. .
27-R, Hanoi, Baliunsrc, Md. .. .
"The Local - Undertaker'?
Parlors it Maohanio Street-
Committee Appointsd for Y. M. C.Ai
War Work High School student
Ardont for Farm W?rk-;-B,"dhw-Fragano
Marriage Ofltesrs of
Chamber of Commerce Invitation
to ' Attend PlairifiehT f Isg ; Raiisfng
Accspted. rTr- '""
Seventeen were pressrit Friday noon
at a conference dinner. hHd Jit theTP.ut
nm Inn In the interest , of. Y. M C A.
war work organiaation, . "the, meeting .
was addreseed by S. B.; Doollttie,. sec
retary of the 'T. iM. .JC-"A. at. Willl.
m&ntlc, which city' has. the onlai banb
of the organteatlon In the county; by
Robert S. Moore, "pastor of, the, Meth
odist church at'willimantlc," and 'by
Lieutenant J. B. JSillerton, UUnian
tic. . ..
It was exDlained that , the T. M, C
X. purposes to raise a.fu.hd of '$3,000,-
000, which will be appoea 10 ins worK
of constructing and , ecrtjipplhg 200
"shacks" at' camp sites. Windham
county's. share of this .tiugS'Tuni is to
be a minimum of 'S1.000, 'and the ap
portionment of tlie- county's -part, '"for 1
rh. pitrnnm ri mrrirr m h. minimum ox
SSC0 to $400, althpifgh. it "is"; hbp'ed far
to surpass this amount Tn' "th towns
of Putnam, Thompson,. Woodstock and
Pomfret. - 1 ' -
In the evening armeeting similar to
the one held here was neld' atDaniel-
son. ' : .
The local committee '-appointed " to
have charge of the campaign 'to raise'
the fund is made up of Rev.1 Albert is.
Stone. Rev. C. J. Hstrriman, Silas M.
Wheelock, John A. Dady and Cheater
M. JMllott. These -men may " add to
the committee membership as- they
think may be required' to properly
handle the work In.'th : townS " of
Woodstock, Pomfretr 'ah'ff- Thompson:
The work of the committee Is " to' be
completed by June 1. ' - i" '
Those who make pledges- may pay
the full amount at once,' or-under the
optional arrangement of BO per cent;
In SO days, 25 per cent. Aug. 1, ted '25
per cent. October " ;
That the fund- raised here and - else
where throughout -the -country ' will
support a great work rwss fully "ex
plained by the speakers at Friday's1
conference. Secretary iJooMttle-had
experience in T.- M. C. -A: army, camps'
In 1898, and is well "versed-In the?
great- benefits that-such' camps afford
the soldiers. - - "
The Y M. C. A.- buildings- -afford
pleasant -quarters for: rest; and recrea
tion, for writing and'-for - entertain
lent. Lectures ont . subject Of inter
est, picture shows and (Other .attrac
tions are included inconstantly: .'vary-'
lng programs that are of never -falling-interest
to - the men, who,--in ' many
cases, sometime find army life lonely.
But a. major service performed ; at
the T. M. C. A. stations at war camps
is saving the .men -.from- the- da-ngers"
of immorality, often more deadly than
bullets of the enemy, by affording
them, pleasant-means fti diversipn from
the routine of their, duties. The T. M.
C. A. stations .are -.beacon, lights that
outshine for. thousandsYof-man the-red
lights and the yellow lights that me-rk
the .outposts of . vice.-, and -corruption'
and indiscretion. .Thoso-who -help the.
T. M. C. A. fund help., the soldier to.
be a clean living man,.
Those High School' Beys Who .Do
Their Bit With the Hoe to Receive
Putnam High- school boys, . emulating
the historic example of- the great pa
triot for-whom thls'own ;1s-,ii'amea:-
are leading- the : way- to- the f arrrts' of
this and surrounnding towns to" do-
their bit for -their country- as" soldiers"
of the soil. They have heat-d-the -'calF
for a mobilization of' men-arfd mater'-i-
ial needed In swelling the " country's'
food supply and elevptr'-Of them are
already out and at-worle 6n 'farms and
more are to follow them at once," Prin
cipal A. B. Handy said Fridav. "
Principal Handy vsays that? the boVs'
who have gone to the farms and "oth
ers who are to follow -iwilb receive "their"
credits for the remainder' of j:"thei'
study periods of the school" veai- If
they remain on . the. farms" -nntll Seip-
tember 1. ; -
Boys who have gone to the farms
from the school are: Howard Brown.
Clifford Gleason. Rajph Pierce, Clar
ence JS. Fierce, Edward Angell, Ralph
Spencer, all of Putnam,: Howard Ba
ker, John Dolan, Iva. Nelson... Thomas
Hanley, James Burns,-- "Wjalter Ajapid,
battle under the flag of the United
States. ,. - , .
That the Red Cross may at-the- ear
liest possible moment- be. placed in a
position to adequately . fulfil- ,the ser
vice that it will be called upon : to
perform it Is necessary- to begin at
once the campaign to strengthen the
n nances of the organization. In every
city and town in the country- nrhere
there Is a chapter a canvass will be
made for contributions. . They ;-may
be large -or they may be: small, as the.
financial circumstances of -..the" donor
will permit, but what Is 1 given is. to
be applied to the great f und that will
he needed to iperfottn the numberless .
works of mercy that will - need . be
done for the boys who are to engage
in tne worm Dattie ror democracy. -The
details for making the canvass.
here were not worked oufFriday, bu
me matter was receiving the prompt
attention of Red Cross ' workers and
plans will be completed as rapidly as
possible. ''
Parents' Sunday.
Tomorrow will be observed -as Par
ents' Sunday at the Methodist church.
tnis replacing lAlothers Sunday.-. Rav,
E. , A. Legg will address, his sermon
particularly to parents. : . ,v.
To Boost the Garden , Projecfc v?
Beginning with the ; coming -v week
there is to he & special campaign con
ducted in Danielson -and vicinity,? vas
weu as throughout the state, to drive
home the fact that every man,-woman
or child who plants a garden this
spring is doing a patrlotio - act-' and
aiding along line of camoai that
is aDsoiuieiy among .the first --of 'the
important faotors that may decide 'the
outcome of a war for Abe - allies, of
which the United States Is now one,
must produce enough food -stuffs to
supply not only the pecvple here-, -but
many millions abroad- to-. make H pos
sible to win the war. v. s , ..-
Potatoes and other foodstuffs now.
have taken their places among -the. list.
of vital essentials to success of the al
lies in the war. The drive here -will
oe maae unoer tne direction, of . a-
county 'committee. Thousands .have.
not waked up to the . 'fact that,.ships
and food in sufficient quantities make
absolutely certain the winning . of the.
war by the countries with which .the .
united states is augnedjand that fail,
are to provide sufficient ships "and food
may mean the loss' of the war, within
a surprisingly short space of time, and
iriumpnant f russianism that will
eventually lay its mailed fist e with
crushing force upon" the -United States,
and particularly Connecticut, -which,
is-the arsenal of. the nation,""' c.
Men here who are in close' touch
with men who know inside facts ar?
almost prayerful in their entreaties to.
the people to plant gardens land Aco- '
duoe things to eat. This war in.Vnicl)
thee United States is now-engaged c'ali-"
not be won unless the fields are xria.de
to yield as they have never Sefol-e'
yielded. ";--'. ,. . .' "- - ,
I nil of Pomfrtl. To this ta ta ha added
hr -the--near future the names of Lao
Angler and Xeyren Cotter. In aeme
Instancoa these boys will be employ
ed On farms owned by' their -fathers
and in other cases they are to' woric on
fa,rms in waich tnetr people nave so
Interest. .' '
In--addition to this ochoor members
wlir santribate to the food supply by
culttvaUng Ave acres of land,' ss
of which has leen afforded - by gen
erous persons.' There are four acres
of ttfelsr land -on the Petti farm, near
the X-Klmball hospltair and -another
acre r-.on - the Carpenter-Child estate,
south-of the oity. This-land is being
made ready for planting. ,
. Engaged in the care of the five
acres -will be Principal A. B. -Handy,
Kenneth Ballard, Stanton Ballard,
WUbur Lown and Stewart ' Pease, a,
quarter-acre each; Arthur Andrews,
'one acre; Percy Richardson and
Ralph. Spencer, - one acre - together:
Fred -McCullock and Frank Stanley,
quarter acre each; Anson B. Handy,
half acre; lrfuis Bodlnsky and Hector
Lucier, one-eighth acre each; Henry
Brousseau and George Child, together
one-quarter acre. .-....
. Theee plots will be cultivated out
side 4i. school hours and most of the
five acres will be given to potatoes..
. . Bradshaw-Pragane,'
s ' Norwood V. ' Bradshaw, ' 21, " Puknam,
son - of - Thomas N. and' Ada Stev
ens Bradshaw, -and Catherine B. Kra
gaho, 17, daughter of Vlheent and V?
DiSessa. Fragano, of Fomfret, were
mairried at 12'.S0 Friday afternoon - by
Justice Irving H. Hiron.' Mr. Brad-
aha-w' was formerly in the employ of
tne telephone companj'.
Chamber of Commerce Election. .
-These officers .. were elected Thurs
day, night at .the annual - meeting of
the Putnam Chamber of. Commerce
in '.the., chamber rooms, -Union block:
President, George il Padgett; .firtet,
vice presiaent, Join . Johnson; sec
ond yice president, Alexander Oilman;
third vice president, E. L. Kelley; sec-
J.retary,C. Jarvis Harriman; treasurer.
uaniei j. tsyrne; Doard or directors,
Clinton Andem, John G.. Johnson;
Alexander Oilman, Ellsworth I JCeJ-
ley,. Whitman Danielson, Omer J, Mi-
lot, G. .Harold Gilpatric. ' Ernest' C.
Worse, waiter J. Bartlett, . Frank F.
RusBeU, Harry C. Meipkin, Arthur D.
Lowne, Isaac Channpeau, C. Iwight
jsnarpe. . .. ....
Lariveer Clark. '..' . ,
r Miss- Mildred Clark of - Abington.
Mass., ,and Alfred Lariveeof Concord,
ISP. H.,- were united in marriage- here
oy Rev. j. Harriman, at St. Phil
ip a church. . ..
Condition Critical.
Xt was said at the Day-KQnbaH hos
pttal Friday afternoon that William
Wray, -who acoidentally shot himself.
at -rjroooyear, weanesday evening, Te
mained In a critical condition.
Brush Fire. '
, The, jiuto chemical was. Called but
Friday to extinguish a brush fire that
was. getting - a good start near the
railroad bridge, where the soldiers are
on guarg. . ' . .
Social at Owls' Hall.
- Many attended the social dance
given in Owls' hall Friday evening.
The music, was . by the New . Ideal
Singing orchestra, under the direction
of Miss -Mabel Duprey. -
Irving . Miron left Friday, afternoon
on a business trip to xvew . i"ork.
Mr. J. B. Tatem, Jr., and Miss Eli
zabeth Byrne were at Willimantio on
priaay to near tne address by Dr. An
na H. Shaw.
Accepts Invitation, to Plainfieid. .
The' '-"chamber of commerce 'has ap
proved an invitation from Rev. W. A.
Keefe, pastor of St. John's church at
Plainneld, to be represented at the
big " patriotic demonstration and flag
raising to be held in Plainfieid oh Sun
day 'afternoon. May 20: '
.j . Notes.
Ransom M. Gascoigne, of Ohio- state
college,, , son of Mrs. .Carrie . B. Gas
cdlghe-Qf this city has been accepted
as a member of the officers' training
camp , at Fort Benjamin Harrison, in
and other equipment " for
tne i-aitnam. Home Guard are expect
ed to.be received within a short time,
wie company naving Deen mustered in.
"K'i . SALEM ...;.r
Surprise Party for Mrs. William
" Kingsley on Her Birthday Personal
. Items.
Rev. John G. Hehr of Gardner Lake
occupied the pulpit in the Congrega
tional church Sunday morning.
Mrs. Mary Darling was leader of
the Y. P. S. C. E. meeting Sunday
even-ing. A solo, A .Dream - of Para
dise, was sung by Victor Hehr.
Miss Katherine Graub was a visitor
m. NeiST ' London Sunday.
Mrs. Richard Lee of Grassy Hill
spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs.
James lieeoe.
: Representative -Carl Rogers, Mrs.'
Rogers-artd Miss Violet Rogers spent
Tuesday in Hartford.
' Guests From Westerly.
Mr. and Mrs. Champlin of Westerly
were Sunday guests or Mr. and Mrs,
N. L. Clark. . .
Miss Lila Chapman Of Contv4Ue
has been, spending the week with her
sister. Mrs. Wlnfleld Hannev.
. Mrs. Karl Brown called on relatives
In North Lyme Monday.. .
. . Mrsv Abram Simnowitz was a caller
in- t.olchester Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. AVeslev Brown mn-c.d
last. week, from the Joseph Rix iplaee
on SiaJem street to Cnarles- Staplin's
'Miss Martha Rogers has moved from
ti. A. itogers to JM-usic Vale place;
Surprised on Birthday,
Airs: William jingsiey was given a
surprise, party at her home Monday
evening in honor of her birthday. The
friends present spent an enjoyable
evening. . jKetresnments were served.
Abram Siminowitz was a business
caller -in Jvorwich Monday.
J. Frank Rogers and daughter, Mrs.
jonn KatnBun were callers in Col
Chester Tuesday.
Play By Taftville Dramatic Club For
. Benefit" of St. Thomas' Church
. Plans For Memorial Day. '
. Geotge Lillibrldge, u. g. jf., is at
home on a furlough for a few days. ,
Thomas . McDonald, delegate from
Court Xiberty,, No. 132, F. of A., was
at , Iew. Ifaven the latter part-, of the
week to attend the state convention -of
foresters." . . .....' . .
Mr. .and Mrs. Charles A. Anderson,
Morris Anderson and Miss Dora Miner
were . Sunday callers at the home of
Mr. .and Mrs. William Lund, In Nor
wich.. V.The Ladies' Society of the Baptist
chur?h met" in the chapel last Wed
nesdayafterijoon. ...
-Play Follows Supper. .
- A- ielam chowder supper which was
followed toy the play entitled "The
Parish PHest," presented by the' Taft
ville Dramatic club, was held Fridajy
evening. May 4, in Union hail, for the
benefit of the St. Thomas' chTch The
play Was weTl presented and was
greatly enjoyed.
; -George"-B Dawley, whe has-been ill
with, pneumonia, is greatly improved.
Patriotic Celebration.
: ' ' TK ' fOmrh1tf' fni- .rvirvnial 'f)atf f.
;p'ajihiri-g a patriotic celebration this
year -in evefy way. The committee .in
cludes s'J6hn Lachapelle. chairman,
.WHfred -Bducher, secretary and treat-
uici, - na wim nui, x rea -. vawiey, I
t flip Sale of High Grade Food For Saturday Means a Big Opportunity For Ycj
Another New Store Will Be Opened By the Mohican Co., at 423 Wert BroadwayrWoolworth Building, South Boston, Mass., May '12th.
"The Mohican System of Merchandising is Proving Its Econimic Feature During These War Times. All Unnecessary Expenses Eliminated. Ho
Expensi-re Delivery System, No Credit and Unlimited Capital. All Food Under Glass.
Cut from Prime Beef -
4 t 6 lb. average
UTTLE PIG PORK LOINS to roast, lb. ......... .26c
NATIVE RUMP ROAST VEAL, lb. ......... . 24c
lb. .....
LEAN BOILING BEEF, lb. . ... 18c
SHREDDED WHEAT BISCUITS, 2 packages for. . .25c
LAUNDRY STARCH, 3 lb. box. 20c
dozen 15c
Morris Anderson and Wilfred Derols-
er - - '
iMri. C. "W. Chatfleld has been in
Hartford for a few days.
Mrs. J. B. Knowles Jed the B
U. service Sunday evening:.
T. P.
William , Beebe Returns from Backus
Hospital Miss ' Luddingten Ad
dresses Franchise League.
Miss Ruth Harding has finished her
studies at . a Middletown business col
lege and spent a few days the past
week at her home In Sterling- City, af
ter which she takes a position in New
Mrs. May: -Bill- and Miss Carrie Bill
had charge of the Indies' Aid society
last Wednesday.
William iBeebe returned home from
the Backus hospital, Norwich, last
Sunday, -much improved in health. .
Mrs. E. B. Haines and son Edward
went to their home in Broad Brook
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell are guests
of Mrs. Lindley Hosford on Bill Hill.
, Equal ' Franchise League Meets.
The Lyme E. F. league held the an
nual meeting- at the public hall Friday
afternoon. Officers elected -were;
President, Mrs. K. N. Bill; first vice
president, Mrs. J. L. Raymond; second
vice president, Mrs. Jared Daniels, Jr.j
secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Charles
Chappelle; executive committee, Mrs.
Lodowlck Bill, Mrs. E. Stiles Ely, Irs.
C. M. Peck. Miss Katherine Luding-
ton of Old Lyme, county chairman for
New London county, spoke on the work
of the- farm bureau In connection with
the suffrage work. A largo number
was present. The league pledged its
"bit" toward the salary of the in
structor of home economics.
A May basket surprise was given
Mrs. William Stone, Wednesday night.
Games were played and dancing was
enjoyed. -
A dance was held in the Eureka So
cial club- Thursday night. A good
crowd attended. Cake, coffee, candy
and cigars were sold.
Miss Ruth Tinker spent Sunday
with her parents here.
Miss Etta Kaplan, assistant teacher
in the 12th district, attended the con
vention at Norwich. Friday.
Stanley Tinker has returned home
for a short stay, after working in
Nathan Katzman has moved from
Springdeld to his home on Walnut
Hill. . -
Clyde Rli and Harvey Watrous of
Groton were Sunday callers on Mr
and Mrs. Charlea Tinker.
Annur Aiernman or (jaKdale is
working for William Howard of Lakes.
rond. . .
Mrs. Willis dhappell of Fitchvllle is
visiting- her sister, Mrs. Charles Pow
ers. ...
Matt A. Tinker is Imnrovine- as ran.
Idly as can be expected, after his long
Mrs. F. A. Rockwood. Mrs. A. T.
Browning, Mrs. W.. Weaver, Mrs. Ray
Manning. -Mrs. Grant. MIm ra
narp and 'Miss Delia Brlg-ge attended
tne social Corner K-atherinz- at Willi
mantle, .Wednesday.
The mid-week prayer meeting was
iu st weeK at tne home of Mr.
and Mrs. Reuben Manning.
Mr. ana Mrs. R. . M. Hardin and
son, Mather, Frank Harding, Rev.
Francis Child, Mrs. Child. Miss Olga
oicuiw, , r. i-reo . Jttace and Har
old Bltgood, attended the conference
of churehes at Hanver..Wnlnflv
Miss Jessie Camobell of Cnir-ht
is visiting Airs, frank Rockwood.
Alton Cox ef Norwich spent the
week-end with his mother. &Tt ttw
ma Cox.
The Bible class mm n,lfh sit
Theodore Crandall, Friday afternoon!
Mrs. Harriet Mardine- a nH
Llna. have return H tn thai.
Lyme, after spending the winter with
ine iormers eon, R. Mher Harding.
Vr. and Mrs. Wiilianv- Woodward
have returned home, after spending
the winter In New Haven.
Unlighted Vehicles Collide, 60 Dozen
Eggs Scrambled. Meeting Under
Auspieea of Food Supply Committee.
On Long Hill Mondav nlc-ht there
was the greatest drop in the egg mar
ket in this locality for some time, B.
Lehman was movinsr to a new homn
on Bunker Hill, and Clarence White
was driving in the- same direction
with , a load of eggs. Neither carried
lights: their vehicles cnllldnd. Knth
horses were thrown, but not badlv
hurt; - but sixty dozen egfrs were
strewn about the joad. The
of the wagons escaped Injury.
Jiiast central romona will meet with.
LEGS, lb.
Fresh Cut Shoulder
STEAK, lb.......
ROAST, lb.....
each 20c-25c
Andover Grange Wednesday, May IS.
Morning session 10.30 o clock.
Publio Meeting.
A public meeting- was held at the
Town hall Thursday evening under
the auspices of the committee of food
supply. County Agent John E. Gif
ford, Judge John E. Fahey, Judge
John E. Flsk, all of Rockville, were
the speakers.
Representative A. B. Frlnk has sold
his farm to Nellie L. Perkins and
Amanda Stevenette of Hartford.
Ladies' night will be observed at the
Men's club Monday night. Rev. Wil
liam H. Bath will speak; topic, Per
sonal Responsibility.
Bolton Grange will furnish the pro
gram at Andover grange meeting next
Friday evening-.
Pastor Taken. III.
Rev. William Tate, who. was to be
gin his labors Sunday, was taken 111
Saturday -night and was unable to be
here. Rev. George Reynolds of West
Hartford supplied.
The Columbia Dramatic club gave a
play. Cranberry Corners, in the town
hall Saturday evening-.
David Rogers has sold his farm.
formerly the Yeomans place, to Frank
L. Bogrue of Hartford.
Charles L. Backus is building- a
bungalow at Columbia Lake.
The Red Cross met at the Town
hall Thursday for work.
More Preparedness.
Perhaps America will need her dogs,
too,. In the war work, and it might be
just as well to start putting them
through a course of training. Colum
bia S. C.) State.
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li i -mmmmm mmmmm iJ
2 lb, for 38c
pint bottle ........ 25c
ROLLED OATS, 5 lbs for 30c
tumbler, 2 for. . 25c
large bottle 10c
Mohican Macroni, pkg. . ,12c
l ib. package 9c
all kinds, 1 lb. package . . . 60c
Mohican Sweet Corn, can. 15c
each 15c
Funeral of Mrs. John B
lis 1
lng of Garden Club :Everybody En-
thuaing for Coming Flag Raising.
The funeral of Mrs. John B. Ingli3
was held Thursday afternoon from her
home on South Alain street. Rev. Ar
thur Barwick conducted the services.
There were many beautiful floral pieces
from the family and friends. The body
was taken to the Evergreen tomb in
Central Village. The : bearers were
William Broadhuret and Wiiliam Mar
tin of Norwich, John Hargraves and
George Hutchinson.
Garden Club Meets.
The Garden club and Sewing circle
of Plain-field-gra-mnjar school he'd Its
weekly meeting Friday afternoon In
the school building.
John Nolan is employed at day Work
in the Hopkins & Allen plant In Nor
wich. "vv
Lively Interest in Flag Raising.
With "Boomlna- the Mohegan Trail"
as their slogan, the people in this sec
tion have responded nobly to the cor
dial Invitation given out by the offi
cials of the flag raising exercises to be
held Sunday, May 20th. The managers
of all the large factories In eastern
Connecticut have answered the invi
tation by promising to send large
All the Home guard have promised
to fall in line, also other organizations
and individuals have consented to
participate in the demonstration. As
the result of these responses it ap
pears that several thousand people
will form the parade. Reports were
The "Millionaire Resi
and Fatimas
Last summer while New York
City's famous 7th Regiment (some
times called the "Millionaire Regi
ment") was encamped on the
border at McAllen, Texas, a record
was kept of all cigarettes sold.
Fatimas sales averaged 42,680
per month ; the next most popular
cigarette averaged 17,600.
This big preference for Fatimas
is simply one of the many indica
tions that more and more men,
OUR BEST LEMONS I maine potatoes
Good for Seed
dozen 15c peck 95c
SWEET POTATOES, 2,1b. for isc
FANCY CUKES, each. 4c 17 for 2Zc
quart 10c lb. 4Ie
3 ba. for 25c 2 quarto 2-Sc
PARSLEY and CELERY Strawberries, basket. . .2Zc
with purchase of 1 lb. Apple Butter, I2xZc
SAGE CHEESE, lb. 32-
FRESH EGGS, dozen.
TARTS, dozen .14c
Sav Cno lOolIor
Bring it to this bank and open sn account. Th res-ilt wi!! hn ; pan.
.Monster oaks from little acorns grow and cjmforuo, for unim I -.
small savings.
This bank is an institution Security pn-l Po!id:v
Deposits, $2,630,114.73 Surplus and Profits, $11411
Come In and grow with us.
J. ARTHUR ATWOOD, President WILLIAM It. BURXlliM, Vle-rrt:!t
CLARENCE A. POTTER, Secretary-Tre jrr
received from Norwich Friday that the
city will be represented by a large
Many attended the high school en
tertainment given in the town hall
Friday evening. . .
Mrs. Seneca Rathbun Dies While Vis
iting Her Daughter in Rhode Island
Mr. Eddy df Norwood, R. I., is at
Mrs. Ellen E. Waite's.
Miss Ada Greenman was In Central
Village Thursday.
Mrs. Edwin Hill is visiting her sis
ter in East Killingly.
Mrs. Seneca Rathbun, 87, died on
Tuesday niffht at the home of her
daughters, Mrs. Charles Tyler at
Washington, R. I., where she went
two weeks ago for a visit. She has
every day, are finding that Fatima's
delicately balanced Turkish blend
is not only more pleasing in taste,
but is far more comfortable too.
More comfort while you're smok
ing and also afterwards. For, even
though you may smoke more than
usual, Fatimas never remind you
of it. They're a sensible smoke.
The next package you buy get
lived on Gibson Hill for a njn-h'
years and will bs srriitiy rr : ')
funeral was heir! l-'ridi- a 2 p
from the home of h-r ,jcV"t, .
Charles Tyler at Wihln:oi.
Miss A. A. Pailey i i.;.
Thomas Brown rtrjrre'l T ;
from a visit to his nfr at It
Fred I'.ush'V ha eriiis'd 1
stationed at Kort Siocum, N, T.
Drink Question in South A f
In an effort to ntv frrj.j.
some native drink proliLm, tl t---. ,
African govfrnment. han i.
take over the prndu"-tkin an I .
all Kaffir beer, as th 'Jrir.k .
ed by the natives Is p'-puiarly a.
The best seller !n th r -trenches
is said fo be ''iurl I
ens, translated, fhe 'onrl v ;
mas, and then Turg-enicf xi, i Tf'
.; :
aent" x, A
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