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HAIR GETS THICK,
SAVE YOUR HAIR! DOUBLE ITS
BEAUTY IN A FEW MOMENTS.
' Mrs.' William Havens of Savhrnnt
has been visiting- In Norwich,
Mrs. John .McDoue-al of Norwich haa
been the guest of Mrs. L. K. Luce, of
Nlantlc. . . ,
Philip Hartley of North Stoninarton
Light vehicle lamps , at 6.23 this & 55tlent ' the Baokus hospital.
evening. - I : ' - ;
dav of I Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Kinsman of
-TZ I Middletown ' are ' visiting friends In
Norwich, Thursday, Oofc. 25, 1917.
HAIR 8TOPS COMING OUT AND
EVERY PARTICLE OF DAN
" DRUFF DISAPPEARS
October 25th Is. the feast
. I I . I 1
01. Vv iaLLl, BUUV-1UBK. I NOrWlCh
V. I - . at . 1 M I
vr. jUa ijarK uyme. . dwlm huiu lu . .
Kale eTllbert, of WaterfortL his large Ut- t SII7nana
Devon cattle "iij.iiuiiioro oi Tvmerqr nave men
BRINGS DAMAGE SUIT AGAINST CITY
Heine V. Burns Asks $2,500 as Result of Fail on Alleged De
fective Sidewalk Heman Murray File Action Against
. Shore Line Road.
First class shoe repairing! neatly
none, e-i Mam street. Central wnarr.
Tonight Captain Charles T. Potter of
Norwich will speak . at the Learned
"Try as vou will, after an applica
tion of Dajiderine. von can not find &
single trace of dandruff or falling; hair j Mlssion'New London.
A.. .mltl nrill tin in Kilt wVl U f I I
will nlease vou most. Will DO alter a I t""
w. . -arey, wno nas been em
ployed In Norwich for two weeks has
returned to his home in Davlsville, R.
Mrs. Luella T. Gajrer and Miaa Bar.
bara Muller of Stonington have been
of st the . Tracy bungalow at Lantern
few weeks' use, when you see new I Quonocontaus; grange, P, H.. are now
hair, fine and downy at first yei
but really new haipgrowing all over
A little Danderine Immediately
doubles the beauty of your hair. No-
difference how dull,' faded, brittle and
scraggy. Just moisten sl cloth with
Danderine . and carefully : draw It
through your hah, taking 'one small
strand at a time. The. effect - is lm
mediate and amazing your hair will
be light, fluffy and wavy, and have an
appearance or abunaance, an incom
in the U, S. army and navy.
In spite' of cold, frost and -storms.
naray -. marigolds and zinnias . con
tinue : to bloom in some "Norwich gar
Miss Ida Paine of Brooklyn. N. T..
who has been in Westerly for several
weess is spending some time in Nor
Mrs. B. B. Topman of Quaker Hill.
who has been a patient at Lawrence
veewtahla and flower -.noria . ninra I nospitai, usew London, has
seedsmen predict that in the spring all I "orae.
hv, "... .7 avuu uccu. I ir- j v tv en A -
West Side have been ' spending nearly
iiA StmriAw. a -.,-KA.,,.,iAafci i a ween witn xrienas in Wfn.itpi ami
paraDie lustre, soreness ana lnxun-1 sinIltnrn, Tc,Jtiv, . wh--- , rni I wartrora,
.i i j v. : : . l - - . - , ..w .
ance, uib ucauljt ouuumot ui irao been a patient for several months,
hair health. I -
Get a small bottle of Knowlton's I Miss Olive E. Hunt of Huntineton
Danderine from any drug store r I place has returned after a few days in
toilet counter ror a tew cents ana I oe ton-
Drove- that your hair is as pretty and I
soft as any that it has been neglected I W. W. Bugbee, of Old Lyme, Is as
Mr. and Mrs. Arthui Sherman of the
! West Side have returned, after sev
eral days' visit in Hartford and
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Iredell have
or injured Jty careless treatment I slsting at Saybrook Junction' during I returned to New Brunswick. N. J.
Danderine is to the hair what fresh
ehowers of rain and sunshine are to
vegetation. It goes right to the roots,
invigorates and strengthens them. Its
exhilarating, stimulating andjife-pro-
the absence of Agent William S. Clark aer a rortnight s visit with Mr. and
who is on ten days leave of ab-1 Mrs- I M- Young of this city.
ne. . .
- - . , , I ii.r. aim mrs. rt. kj. jiDoy, or ijroaa-
Rnveral TSJnTh stnntnnn msn have I way, leave today for Boston where the
obtained employment at Lantern Hill I former goes on a business trip. From
h? c-tT of Norwich has been made
the defendant in a 12.500 daftiase suit
brought by Helena V. Bum. r hi.
city as the result of a fall on Main
S'Ti.i10 7 191- n th,t the
plaintiff, through an alleged defect in
the. sidewalk, fell in front of the
Mar-Jon building. She was injured and
her clothing considerably damaged.
The- P" ! thl" action were filed
with the clerk of the superior court in
this city on Wednesday.
A tS.000 damage suit ' has bee
brought against the Shore Line Elec
tric Railway. company by Heman Mur
ray of Norwich. The action is the
CONTESTED DIVORCE CASE
V IN SUPERIOR COURT
Arthur G. Smathhurat AaT.s Dor on
Statutory Grounds.' . .. ,
Juda-e Oardiner . Grfene started to
hear the contested divorce case of Ar
thur Smethurst of Stonlngton
against his wife, Edith A. Smethurst,
also of Stonlnglon, In the superior
court In New London Wednesday
morning:. Smethurst alleges adultery,
Mrs. Smethurst Is also xuing her hug-
i ivt ui.vxuv uii inn Kionnaai 01
t -. collision Detween a Shore cruelty, . and this case will, be tried
i-me passenger car and a . horse and at the conclusion of the first case,
wagon which Mr. Murray was driving Mr. and Mrs. Sraethm-ftt were mar.
along North Main street' late in the ied Nov. 24, 113 and they have two
arternoon of Nov. 23, 1918. Mr. Mur- children. Ruth .VIvrtle, three vears Jd,
ray was thrown from his seat back nnd Richard M.,. one year old.
against a barrel In the wagon and wa Smethurat told the court in his tes-
considerably Injured. The horse was timony that on Aug.' 2 of this year he
cuso injured an4 Mr. Murray estimates found his wife and James Mann In
r.i?al,re" at f-000- a room at his home in Stonlnglon and
T-d damage suit brought against 'd that they were acting improper-
JOhn i Dobrau by Victoria Dobrowolsky '.v. He declared that he had seen' the
has been withdrawn from the superior man coming from his home on one or
witnout costs, n was a
irounana aoiiar damage action brought
. common counts.
ducing properties cause the" hair to I where preparations are In progress fori osn ti1?ywi11 motor to Portsmouth,
grow long, strong and beautiful.
Finest assortment in
Franklin Square '
WHERE ALL CARS STOP
the construction of a large .manufac
A booklet giving a complete ex
planation and summary of the new
revenue tax for war purposes is be
ing sent to patrons 'by some of the
At Camp Dewey. Kttemauer. a new
band of 23 cadets of the Junior Naval
Reserve is rehearsing, in preparation I to get ready for a move somewhere.
ror leaving lor Palm Beach, Florida,
N. H., with friends, to spend the week
end, returning to Norwich Monday.
Harold ' White, formerly of Led-
yard, has returned to the Wrights-
town, i. j., encampment, after a
short visit to his parents. Rev. and
.wrs. vviiuam r wnite. at Saybrook.
j.ms wiu oe nis last visit for a fong
penoa. as tne corps ot encrmeei of
wnicn ne is a member, received orders
in about two weeks.
John's R. C. church. Montville. this nenry unver . wood worth.
week by Fathers of La Salette Order. The death of Henry Oliver Wood
Hartford. Rev. John P. X. Oulnn is worth occurred Tuesday at the home uf
I pastor of this church.
The assessors of Town of Lisbon
will meet at Town Hall, October 27,
10 a. m. to 4 p. m.. to receive lists.
Benjamin Bychluck, employed for '
his eon. Oliver Woodworth. in Ale-Ar
street. New London, after an illness of
several months. Although Mr. Wood
worth has been ill some time, he was
not confined entirely to his bed until
about a week ago, when he gradually
weakened. His Condition did not im
prove and finally he succumbed at the
several years by Aaron Goldblatt of age of 67. The cause of his death was
jumiSU uui.iiing, marnea a wmi- i t;rignt s disease.
mantle young lady in that city Sun
day. He and his bride will reside in
Patriotic concerts at our
store all week.
. Come in and rest and have
an hour of music
Come in and learn what
Music's Re-Creation is.
Come in and listen to
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
of which the New York TH
bune said: "Edison snares the
pul of music".
324 Main St.
A small girl came to church at
Bolton with glee Sunday morning with
a snowball made out of the frost on
the woodpile. A snowball on Oc
tober 21 Is the earliest one ever made
Christmas presents and other erif ts
rrom nome tor American soldiers m
France must be restricted to 'parcels
ot not more tnan seven pounds each,
the post office department announced
Mr. Woodworth was an old resident
of New London and vicinity and was
for many years associated with his
father in the Woodworth-paper mill in
Quaker Hill. He was also for several
years a resident of Colchester.
Mr. Woodworth is survived by four
sons, Oliver, a contractor in New Lon
don, Robert a. of the editorial staff
the Providence JoYirnal. James of
VVashinsrton am? Richard X. of New
London. Besides his sons, he leaves
cne daughter, Mrs. Augustus Nichols
of New London.
Air. woodworth was highly respected
for his many admirable qualities and
nis deatn is the cause of sincere regret
Word has ben received at Pendle- lc a e circle of friends.
ton Hill, from ,C. Russell Cooke of his I Samuel 6ckrev
arrival in Florida. Mr. Cooke mi. , , ' ,
has gone into partnership with Frank re.Jh dfth, ?ame rey occur-
Kond in an oyster business at Fort t Vn J Wednesday follow-
Pierce, Florida s an lllness of only a few days
' ' duration. Mr. Ockrey was born in Put-
Because of Wednesdav afternoon's nam 54 years ago. the son of Samuel
storm, the meeting of Comfort circle ar'd Charlotte Moody Ockrey. Pie came
of the King's Daughters appointed to u' tnis city a numher of years ago
be held with the vice-leader Mrs J and nas resided on Baltic street. He
H. Allen, 76 Church street, was post- was employed by the East Side Wet
poned two weeks. Wash company as a driver. He is sur
vived by several children.
In Tolland craihty only four physi- w i:-- Qrlc
cians have received commissions in the " ' ,rv,n9 Drake,
medical corps of the armv These death of Rose P. Liepold. wife of
were received last Ausyust and so far 1 frvinS Drake, occurred early Wed
none of the four has received orders P,fsciay morning: following a lingering
to report for duty. lllness of over a year's duration.
Mrs. Drake was born in this city on
Five per cent, has been 'added to nil April 22. 18S4, the daughter of Henrv
water bills remaining unpaid Oct. 20. an1 Lena Lanj Leipold. She was edu
A further addition of fifty cents will cated in the public schools of this city
be added if bills are not paid on or an1 for many years sang in the choir
me merman iutneran church, of
which she was a member. She was
HOME PROM AUTO
TRUP THROUGH SOUTH
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Higgina Had De
lightful Two W ka' Trip.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hiarrlns of Fail--
mount street have returned hnmA fi-.im
a two weeks' motor trip through the
south, visiting Old Point Comfort
and Hampton Roads.
Dr. Higgins, with his brother, Dr.
William Higrins. and ilinrht.. vi;
Ruble Higgins of South Coventry as
guestsr and Mrs. Higgins. left town
Oct. 9 for New Tork, their first stop
ping place. From there
maae at ASDury fark. Ocean City and
-ny on tneir way to Phila
From Philadelphia to Baltimore to
Annapolis, including a viait to the
naval academy, and Washington,
where the longest stay was made.
Trips were made from there to . Mt.
Vernon to Quaint old Alexander, with
the church where George Washington
worshipped and Arlington with its
magnificent solemnity, to . Fredericks
burg to Richmond, down to Newport
News, Old Point Comfort, then back to
niramona. rTom .Richmond a drive
was taken over the Blue Ridge loun
tains to Basic City, also over the won
derful .Natural Bridge In Virginia
Down the Shenandoah Valley with a
visit to the beautiful Luray Caves, to
Gettysburg with its historic battle
fields, Harrisburg, Delaware Water
(iap. Port Jarvls, and home.
The party was enthusiastic over the
more than 2,000 mile trip.
two occasions before that
Mann escaped out of the window
nnd his wife seized the witness jnd
tried to hold him back, but he broke
away and chased the man and cauht
rip with him". They had a fight and
anally Mann ran away. Later Hmeth.
urst declared that he consulted the
authorities. i .
He returned to the house and toM
his wife that she would have to leave
lh. I A, n iii... i t . .
. i auu Liitti no wuuiu never
According to the Connectir-nt H..llh iv. urlth Vit. ao.ln r i
bulletin issued by the stata depart- nation by Attorney Rathbun, who ap
merit of health the mortality in the peared for Mrs. Smethurst, 'the plain
state for the month of September was tiff stated that he had. visited Mrs
as follows: Pmethurst at the- home of a friend In
Total deaths for September 1,850, the westerly, but denied having implored
death rate H.9. Average death rate for !ier to come buck. Smethurst was un
September for last five years U.S. An- dr cross examination the best part of
.uaj iTin raie ii, ip.3. . Jeath from ' mommtr session and resumed the
lummumraoie Oiseases 198. Per cent, "'ana in the afternoon
V adverrla xaetl7
na It la
Buy your Liberty Bond
Owning a Liberty Bond la the umi
as having Gold Dollars, and if you
want to dispose of your bond at any
time, we will be glad to accept It at
faea value in payment for your
REPORTED FROM NORWICH
Local Death Rata During September
Smaller Than Year Ago.
GRANTED DIVORCE ON
GROUNDS OF CRUELTY
cough 1: diphtheria 1
the lungs 3: other forms of tubercu
losis 2: cancer 3; pneumonia. 1
Lou,'.. C. R,4m M:- i. erj "tarrnea and enteritis .; accident 3
-' .""" suicio 2; deaths in institut:ons
or total deaths 12.5. Deaths under one
year 363. Rate per thousand births
The deaths' reported to the state de
partment of hea'th during the month
of September and also births and mar.
Hares for August for the nine im
portant towns in Eastern Connecti
-Norwich rLiving births. 72: still
births 2; marriages 27; deaths 45:
death rate 14.0: death rate, September.
1916, 14.6; death by ages, under 1
year, 8: 1 to 5 years, 2: 65 . vears and
over 15: typhoid fever 1; tuberculosis
of lungs 5: other forms of tuberculos
is 4. pneumonia 3: diarrhoea and en
teritis, under 2. S: accident 5- mii-
cido 1. Deaths In. institutions 16; non
New London Living births 60
FREE DENTAL. SERVICE '
FOR ENLISTED MEN.
Many Dentists Have Volunteered to
Give Treatment Where Needed.
nirtns 2: marriages 36: total
43: death rate per annul 19.2
The local exemption board has re
ceived the following notice from Wash
ington in regard to free dental treat
ment for men accepted for the army:
Most of the members of the dental
profession of your state have volun
teered to give free dental treatment to
all men accepted for the national army.
The dental surgeons propose, as far
a" possible, to place in-order the teeth
of each selected man before he .reaches
the mobilization camp. This ?ervlce is
to be performed under the niiiurviaiin
at'1' of the office of the surgeon general,
deaths U. S. armv.
death TTnH..th. i . i.. j
rate for September. 13.7: death bv thousand I, Mrmm Al
ages, under 1 year 7; 1 to 5 years. 5: dentist to a thousand 1 not .i.fflH.m
05 years and over. .11: . whoonlnr tn nr. fnr it. i.i ,1- .i
iiiuer'uiiosis or i army Deiore it is ordered to foreitcn
service. The patriotic offer of these
From Her Husband.
Louise C. Rodman of Mvstic vu
granted a divorce from her husband.
members of the dental profession is
therefore, of gieat value, not onlv to
the comfort but to the efficiency of the
It is desired not to ad tn th m.nv
labors which Jocal boards ve already j
If You Are
as . to what land of Suit or
Overcoat to buy, come to our
store where you can see all
the new styles and patterns.
You are sure to find just
what you want, and you'll be
surprised to see what good
values we offer.
Good cloth, good tailoring
and good styles at fair prices
is all any man can ask.
We give you all this and a
guarantee of satisfaction be
sides. Suit $18. to 28.
Overcoat $18. to $35.
Stonington Living births 10: still
births 2: marriages 6: total 'leaths 9:
va1a. a onri.r. n : t i . i. "iiiiuiu ii.:; ticMinn ur vrruinuuif, i nereiore, it is suggested
r'eieg A. Rodman, on the erronn.la nM .ntmi.i. iv. .,v., i I .i.. .' 1 ? ""sa"1"1"! I
cruelty, by Judge Gardiner Greene Tn v.. . i T. 1'. " ' "51. """Z """r""" i'0. m"
and over, 3; cancer 1; pneumonia, lected men but that they be urged to
give the widest possible local publicity
.Groton Living birth. 7: marriages to it, and that they be encouraged to
2: total deaths 6: death rate ner an- co-operate and lend asalotanA in
num.. 10.4: death rate for September, their local dentists ask for the names
si.A' oeanv nv dr i tn 5 r
before Oct. 30th. adv.
Opp. Post Office
FREDERICK T. BUNCE
Phone 838-2 22 Clairmount Ave.
ViAJUll. phoae 5n
WIIEST YOU WANT to put your bus-tm'-ss
before the puolic, there Is no
medium better than through the ad
vertisins columns Bulletin.
The death is renorted In Atlantic
City, ?. J.t of Dr. May Darrach,
founder of the Darrach HnmA fVr
Crippled Children - of New York
which has SL summer hnmo In t-hA
Schellc-ns place on Broad street, Gro
Dr. Euarene F. Gaflfev. 46. a H Ant iat
died at his home in ATiddletown Ti.aJ
day morning after being in failing
health for some time. He is survived
oy nia wire, a daughter, Margaret
Gaffery and a sister. Mr TAT-Aminh
inion or jvew London.
Charles E. Hosmer. 60. who rii&fi mi
denly Monday at Old Savbrook. was
well known in baseball circles
throughout the state, having managed
the Old Saybrook baseball team when
they were members of the Shore T.ine
ana Middlesex league.
As soon as the first snow storm ar
rives, the blackflsh season will end.
This has been a very poor season for
the Noank men who
this line of work. It is stated that
when the snow arrives, the blackflsh
depart to parts unknown.
Practically every branch of the
army and navy is represented by men
je J:N"W York N Haven and
Hartford Railroad companv who have
enlisted in the service of the country
A total of 893 men have volunteered"
since the war was declared.
The Connecticut -unit of the Pre
paredness League of American Den
tists has so far performed 2,909 dental
upemuons ror urarted men, accord
lng to a report to the national organ
ization made by Dr. Albert W Cros
by, of New London, chairman.
President Wilson having proclaimed
Sunday, October 28th. as dav r
plication and prayer for the success of
.;: uiiiiea oiai.es ana her allied na.
tions in the war against Germany..
iuuai clergymen WM1 preach
special sermons Sunday next.
At the request of San Jose council
K. of C, of Willimantis, Rev. J. h!
Brcderick sang a month's mind requiem
high mass at St. Patrick's church
Wednesday at 8 o'clock, for Daniel
Kelleher, a member of that council.
Instructions 'were received in New
Haven Tuesday from the Knights of
Columbus headquarters in Washington
D. C, authorizing the K. of r?'
organization to' purchase $250,000
worth of bonds of the second Liberty
Lan through the New Haven bank
N. B. A,
At the forty-eighth annual in.
vention of the Connecticut Woman's
uiTrage association' In Hartford.
November 7th, county reports will In
clude: New London couty. Miss Lud
ington. Windham county. Miss Daniel
son. Tolland county, Mrs. Fannie Dix
on Welch. 1
the superior court in New London on
Wednesdav morninr. Th' ii wa
nve Deen contested but the husband
did not put in an appearance.
Mr. and Mrs. Rodman were married
July 1. 1911. the latter's maiden nsme
being Duelks. Mrs. Rodman had al
leged adultery in the complaint against
ner nusoano. cut tins allegation was
withdrawn before the hearing.
On the stand Mrs. Rodman declared
that her husband treated her cruelly,
abusing her badly and calling her vile
names and beating her. She stated
that she was compelled to leave her
husband at least five times on account
of his treatment . but that she wept
back each time on hia promise to treat
Judge Greene' granted the "divorce
but ruled that the husband should
have the privilege of seeing hi s vear
01a enna, r-eieg a., once a week if he
oesiree. The defendant is now a mem
ber of the national army at Camp De
vens, Ayer, Mass.
1 to 5 'vears. 1
65 years and over. 3; accident. 1.
Killirigly Living births 7: marrlaar-
rs. 9; total deaths. 13; death rate per
annum. Z4.: death rate for Septem
ber. 7.4; deaths by age, undeT 1 year.
B; 1 to 5 years, 2; 5 years and over,
3: tuberculosis of the lungs 1; other
forms of tuberculosis 1; cancer 1:
pneumonia 1 : diarrhea and enteritis,
5: accident. 1.
Plainfleld Living births. 12: mar
riages. 4:- deaths 6: death rate
and addresses of accepted men.
K. II. CROWDBR.
Provost Marshal General.
FARM BUREAU TO
HOLD LISBON MEETING.
Object to Explain Agricultural Work
Carried on in County.
Murphy & McGarry
207 Main Street
united in marriage with
" Juiy , i!M. ne was a
member of Immergruen lodge. No. 12
O. D. H. S-, and also of the Haile'
Surviving her are her parents and
husband, two brothers, George and
Christian of this city, and two sisters
Mrs. Katherine Tanner of Norwich-and
Mrs. Annie Mowry of Rochester, N. T
In Tfie City Court.
In the city court Wednesday morning
Attorney F. N. Gardner was on the
bench and the following matters were
disposed of: A Westerly man was fined
for intoxication and he paid. A local
man, also before the court for, drunk
enness, was fined, and he paid (
Four Norwich soldiers from Fort
Wright who overstayed their leave of
absence were taken back to the fort
without appearing before the court
HAVE SERVICE FLAGS
FOR NORWICH WOMEN
May Be Had Lrpon Application at the
Woman's Service League Room.
The National keasue for Women's
service has on hand a dozen sinsrle
tar service flags which thev will irlari-
ly give to women having one member
or tneir ramiiy in the army or navy.
Application for a service flag may be
maae at tne league room in the Thay
er building. One of these flags Is 1
t.adge of honor to any family and as
such is to be eagerly sought for. Large
quantities of knitted articles are now
being returned to the rooms, two boxes
bavins been packed and sent to the
Red Cross supply station in New Tork
tnis weeK. one or 88 pieces on Monday
and on Wednesday another of 92
RAIN . INTERFERED .
WITH GRANGE ATTENDANCE.
Members Accept Invitation to Husking
Bee at .East Great Plain.
An unusual line of novelties for
Hallowe'en social affairs is offered bv
Owing to the rainy weather, there
was a small attendance at the regular
meeting or Aorwicn grange. No. 172,
I. of H.. held in Grange hall Wednes
day evening. No business of special
interest was . transacted. The grange
voted to attecpt the . invitation of
Charles Ellis to attend a real old-
fashioned husking bee at his home at
rn Dl.t. T:.l .3 .
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QUINEBAUG POMONA GRANGE.
Fifth Degree to Be Conferred at South
. Killingly This 'Week.
Quinebaug Pomona grange will hold
at meeting with Highland grange, at
South Killingly, Saturday, October 27.
This is the second meeting for confer
ring the fifth degree and every Pomo
na member is expected to secure at
least one subordinate member. An es
pecial invitation has been given by
Highland grange to join them in their
hall on this occasion. '
There never was a time when agri
culture in all its phases and farming
in particular with its lesses and prof
Its were considered more ' eriously
than at the present time. The ques
tions before the public are of vital in
terest to all classes and in all sections
of the country and the day invites
discussion .and serious thought as to
the general welfare of all the peo
ple. " v
There will be a morning session at
10.30 in the fifth degree, dinner, will be
served on the usual plan by the local
grange and the lecturer's programme
win oe in tne rourtn aegree at 1.30 as
Piano solo 'Miss Helen L. Witter, nt
Brooklyn; address, Saving Steps, by
Mrs. aiauae iv. wneeier. or storrs: vo
cal solo. A. P. Burns, Highlartl : ad
dress. Dr. George V. Towne. Oulnne
tisset; vocal solo, Arthur Roberts, of
wolf Den; aaaress. Agricultural t.a-
ucation, Prof. T. H. Baton, of Storrs.:
Music and reading will be furnished
by local grange if time permits.
Middletown. The report of Coroner
Stephen B. Davis for the quarter end
ing Sept. 30 shows a total of 35 sud
den or violent death in Middlesex
county for the quarter. The coroner
was unusually busy the past Quarter.
as there were many, automobile and
ranroaa lata lines.
Arrangements have been made for a
nages. aeatns 6: tieath rate per I ", .1. uswn
annum 8.8; death rate for September. JtZ.'ZVLZ :; The object -is
. t mo inn 1
"ureau and how it carries on lta wnric
and to hear what the farm bureau has I
accomplished -this season, and also to
j consiaer wnat assistance may be pro-
INCIDENTS IN SOCIETY
.2: deaths by ages, under 1 vear. 4:
1 to 5 years. 2: 85 years and over,- 1;
whooping cough, 1; diphtheria, 1; tu
berculosis of the lungs. 1; cancer, 1.
Putnam Living births, 12; still
birth. 2; marriages 5: total deaths,
12: death rate per annum. 18.1; death
for September, 13.2: reaths" bv ages.
Miss Florence Williams of Tantio is
in New York to spend the winter.
cured from the farm bureau in arrang- Brewer
(n. nr..t. . , r .orewer.
demonstration, organizing co-operative
associations, etc. . u'ae program will
M. Walter Wellington of New York
is the guest of her brother, Arthur R.
Sr.VT'ni-'i'.hii .r bF as fo0''8: OrganTzation and etec
enteritis. 1: accident 1: deaths in in
stitutions 6: non-residents. 1.
Stafford Living births 12: mar
riages 2; total deaths 6: death rate
tion. F. C. Warner, county agent; cow
testing ana otner agricultural work. R.
J. Whitman, assistant county agent:
war menus and other home economic
work, miss n. J. Campbell, home dem-
Dr. and Mrs. William W. Leonard
are at 'Sugar Hill in the White moun
tain this week.
Miss Emily Blackstone Camp haa re
sumed her studies at ' Miss Marot's
school in Thompson.
per annum. 10.1: death rate for Sen- "'r.ZL';.'l..aZ
tember. 2.0: deaths by ages, 1 to 5 rTl- 1" Mr. wlttor K. Tlnfley and chlldre
years. 1: over 65 years, 2; accident,
1; deaths in institutions. 2.
Windham Living births, 40: mar
riages 14: total deaths. 19: death rate
per annum. 13.3: death rate for Sep
tember, 26.4: other, form of tuber
culosis 1: oanrer 4; pneumonia 1:
deaths in Institutions, 6: , non-resi
work Miss Bertha Hallock. county club ha r.t'uVnTd tfter the
EUGENE SABOURIN WITH
INFANTRY IN GEORGIA
Norwich Boy Writes Bulletin
" Camp Hancock, Georgia.
DECLARES A DIVIDEND.
Checks in Payment of Surrendered
Certificates to Be Forwarded.
f I TW 0m.M nli.U V.
roTnAfArWlC,J Ill?U8tr1"1 Improvement .with a meeting at Mrs. Charles Tyler
' - i' i ;.""""' ue- Hara' on Lincoln avenue. The mera-
was. voted by more than three-fourthi
Mrs. George D. Colt, Ura. Cbarlea R.
Butts, Mrs. William Frink and Miss
Oilman made the trip over the Mohawk
trail and through the Catskllls recent
ly in Mrs. Coit'a car.
, A . letter written to The Bulletin
brings the information . that Eugene
A. Sabourin, of No. 91 Broad street,
Is with' Company C, 111th IT. S. In
fantry and is in camp at Camp Han-
cook. Augusta, Ga., and in hi. let
ter Mr. Sabourin says:
I am taking this means of answer
ing my many Norwich friends, as I
am so far behind in answering let-
ers that it would take me at least two
days to do so for I have over fifty
letters . unanswered at the present
The questions most frequently ask
ed me are these:'
bers of the club are Mrs. Walter M
Pn.tlrinffk.nl ILTn. Fl .nl.l O T.T 1 1 M
From ?r f 'L th. 'out,nnS capital stock Mrs. James Justin Moore, MTs. Walter
- . 1 aiimmcu i is, tiuoert, Airs. Gilbert S. Raymond,
i"7k t m sloc',' " PslD'e ft Mias Louise Robinson. Mtes Helen
-.60 per share, the par valuation beinV RAbinson. Miss Susan I. Gallup, Miss
Itl.iT, "'' . w.'f?ra:on unex- Annie Taft, Miss Isabel H. Mitchell.
.TT-rn ? 1 un '"L. J"?" TneJlum or Miss Alice L. Bennett, Mrs. Charlee
T-Tn'OT i 1 h rlimata A mrri rr rArA 9 Tat I
it wa -n, n i. .V tV -Vr, r?ar". ..t,,.t of watch valu
a.,i. aa-. t TZ s. a?0 'io..ln money from Joal
.- . i mirel. a sailor on the Chilean
no. you get enougn or it? 11 you navel
enough blankets, etc.?
If local shareholders will assirn their
certificates in blank-and send them to
tjiioert i-.. Hewitt, treasurer, checks in j
payment of the surrendered certificates
wiik be rorwarded.
Soldier Charged With Theft.
Robert Dodson. a soldier in the
Fourth company. Coast Artilery, sta-
tionea at rorx Terry,, was before
Judge Coit in the police court at New
i onuun weonesoay to answer to a
Chacabuso. The case was continued
until xnursaay, that the prosecuting
Waterbury. An effort is being made
to raise funds for the benefit of the
colored soldiers connected Tvith the
First Separate Company, Urifted States
Infantry. Among them are aeverai
K.i'S" b Jh,t : attorney "might h. timeto locate
beautiful. It is hot in the
and sometimes chilly at
rhus far we have not suffered from
We get plentf of good food. It is
plain, but substantial. We often
ave such luxuries as cakes, rice pud
ding, , brad pudding, apple sauce, and
fruit, and at lunch We often have
lemonade. That is much better than
some of the' companies are getting and
we count ourselves lucky
The camp is located fn a wide plain
surrounded by picturesque hills in the
distance and dotted here and there by
fields of cotton.
We have pure -city water to drink
and electric lights In our tents, mak
lng it so much, more comfortable.
The only fault I find is that the cli
mate being dry makes it awful san
dy and dustry, but we get rain once
The city of Augusta is pretty. The
streets are wide, the buildings high.
Illumination is by a row 'of big arc
lights in the center or the street, mak
ing it look like a white way
We have been here over five weeks
and I like it very much. I enlisted
in Chester, Pa., June loth, in the Sixth
Regt. Inf., but this past week our reg
iment was broken up and now I am
with the 111th IT. S. Infantry and no
one knows where we ?o from here. It
seems we get comfortably settled in
one place, when around comes a new
order that we are to be transferred
somewhere else but I believe we ' are
beer- for quite a while now.
! 1 : .
Saybrook. Prank Collins, trainman
on the valley local freight has
bid in the work train oh. at Hartford.
and moved his family to that city from
Saybrook Point, this week.
a witness for the corroboration
Dodson's testimony, who entered
piea or not guilty.
Ninth Divl ion Galle More Men.
The Ninth division draft board, Col.
-. -. Avery, cnairman, is mailing a
can tor aoo more New London and
u-roton young men, who will be . re
quired to present themselves at the
Municipal building in that city Oct.
31, Nov. 1 and 2. . for physical exami
nation. : .
CUMMINGS & RING
322 Main Street
Chamber of Commerce BufMlna)
II 'Phone 233-1
Have Arrived . in Europe.
Friends of members of -the Fourth
Ambulance company, 2fith division,
learn that the company haa arrived
safely in Europe. W. J. Bresnahan of
North Cliff street is a member of thia
Middletown Emory O. Whitcomb. of
the J. E. Palmer Co., whose automo
bile crashed into a trolley air at the
corner of Main and Grand streets. Sat
urday night about 9 o'clock, was fined
110 and coats for failing to give the
ngnt or way to a trolley car. and S36
and costs for reckless driving in the
city court. One bill of costs was taxed
In the two cases, making his total
AT SCHOOL Cflll.DRKN ARK
Mothers who value their own r.omfWl
and the welfare of their children should
Lever b. - without a box of Mother
Oiray's Sweet' Powders for CIilldrAn.
for use throughout the season. tHav
break up colds, relieve fe verishnesi
constipation, teething disorders, head
ache and stomach trouble. T'sed hv
mothers for SO years. These powder's
never -fa II: All drug store.. 2Sc. Don't
aceAnt anv an.ht JtutA SAmnl- . -
1 Address. Mother Gray Co- Lt Roy. N. T.
Birth Stone for October
Our complete atoek of Opal
Rings, Brooches and Tie Pin
will enable ' you to make ' a
choice selection for the October
144-146 Main St., Norwich, Conn.
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iness before the public, there is pe
medium better than through the ad-
ertialnar columns of The Btvllatla