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NORWICH, BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1919
way is the quick,
easy way to clean
greasy, dirty dishes, fry
pans, linoleum and wood
work. The naptha cuts
through even the thickest of oily
films and makes things clean and
sweet. Use Fels-Naptha three
times a day. Many wise women do.
Atk for it by its full name
Cleans nd ImMrfcn'i'SoIeun
FOR THE ENTIRE HOUSE
ONLY THE BEST THE
Here you will find satisfaction in every piece of Fur- I
niture. The prices, too, are the very lowest possible, con
Visit our salesrooms and let us show you how you can
best arrange your rooms with the modern Home Fur-nishingr
62-66 Main Street
and Mrs Geore Turner and
iter of Worcester visited Mr. and
F. A Munyan Sunday.
and Mry. H. P. Amldon were In
ford Monday and Tuesday,
i Woman's Missionary soclctv
ifslles' Aid - i ty met with Mrs.
rd Barton Wednesday.
. Barnoe! That her was a piest
heme ol Mrs Winthrop Ballard
- r T i . r T 1 nrkoa rturned to
COl!"" Mcr-.,.y after ten davs'
1 I '1 Scouts nrc prenarlnz an
Blaster exercise entitled Her Raster
'" also special music for Easter
Mrs. Decker and her children of
Provid ni e woro in town .Saturday.
im T. Miller commenced carry
ing the mail between the postnfHc
an i tation April ;th, succeeding John
r" likes, who has resigned after many
years of service.
VII i Clara Spinney has returned to
i r work In Winchester, Mass., after a
va ation with her parents here.
There Is a Mersick Home Water System
Designed To Fit
Every Possible Requirement
An examination for rural carrier at
Sterling is to be held at Danielson,
Putnam and Willimantic May 10. Un
married women and the wives of sol
diers or sailors serving la the present
war may take this examination.
Reward for return of lort black or
der book. Harry Y. Clarke. adv.
A large number of members of Kii
lingly High school were at Putnam on
Friday evening to attend the spelling
match held in the assembly hall at the
Putnam High school,
Jerome C. Watkins of Warren, P.. I.,
was a visitor with friends in Dan- i
Though he has been on duty here for
several months, it was not until this
week that Patrolman Martin Wolfe
made his first arrest, which speaks
well for the behavior of the people of
Danielson and the consideration of the
officer in dealing with trivialities.
C. H. Michaels, Edward McBride and
other local horsemen have taken some
horses to the Brooklyn fairgrounds
track to begin the training season.
Mrs, Helen S. Dowe received a tele
gram announcing the safe arrival from
overseas at Boston of her son, John M.
Dowe, who has heen fighting with an
artillery outfit of the Yankee division.
Private Richard Healey of the 102d
Infantry, now at Camp Devens, is re
ported to be looking splendid and in
good health, though he was gassed and
wounded while campaigning in Franco.
"He is expected here on leave about the
first of the week.
See the wonderful Rriscoe ?9o0. at
Pollen's automobile show today, dis
play adv. this page. adv.
Mrs. G. W. Shaw had the 'members
of the Sewing circle of St. Alban's
church at her home tor a meeting Fri
Rev. E. A. Blake, D.D., of Brooklyn,
will be the sneaker at the morning
service at the Baptist church here on
At the session of the Workabit club
at the Congregational church this af
ternoon Miss Grace Fisher will give a
la,k on Birds.
The members of the Men's Glee club
of I'lainfield will sing at the Palm
Sunday vespers at the Congregational
church here Sunday afternoon at 4.:',0.
Warden F. E. Cur.ncen and Chief A.
P. "Woodward of the lire depa.rtmonl
are very anxious to have the public
come in large numbers next Monday
afternon from 2 to G o'clock,' when the
central fire station .will be open for in
spection and the apparatus on dis
play. , ;
Special services have been arranasd
for Sunday at the Methodist church.
ihe J 'lrn Sunday services will begin
at 10 o'clock with a meeting for pray
!r. At 10.30 o'clock worship, with
timely sermon and music. The Sunday
school will meet at is o'clock, the
Junior Epworth League at " p. m. The
Epworth league devotional service will
will be at (5 o'clock, Miss Ruth Fiske,
leader. In the evening at , o clock the
chair will sing a I.enten cantata, The
Story of Calvary, by (Schnecker.
From the office of the district or
ganization on the Victory loan there
was sent out Friday a communication
urging manufacturers ro preserve in
tact their Liberty leu organizations
which have done such splendid work
in previous drives. These letters point
out that, in so far i.s is possible, the
forthcoming loan should be financed
by the people, in order that the pres
sure on banks for subscriptions may
be reduced. If this suggestion is ob
served, the banks will be left more
free to supply the tremendous amount
of funds that will be needed by the
mills and other great concerns In car
rying out their reconstruction and ex
pansion work. The period of recon
struction is at hand, and its develop
ment should not be retarded, the com
mittee here points out, by lack of
available funds for the big operators
that will require the use of much
money in expanding and establishing
industries that will eventually turn
back millions in wages to the people.
A marked down sale on wines and
liquors! See the adv. o Smith's cafe,
Putnam, on this page. adv.
W. Irving Bullard, at New Orleans
Tuesday, addressed the joint meeting
ot the American Supply Manufactur
ers' association, American Hardware
Manufacturers' association and the
Southern Supply and Machinery Deal
ers' association. Mr. Billiard':; subject
was The Banking Profession.
Uuring the course of his address
Mr. Bullard pemted out in detail that
the past decade has been marked by
notable service development and a new
I co-operative attitude toward business.
I He showed how there has been a re
markable extension of facilities for
clients, ana now me oanK Is ever
watchful to render additional service
to the people with which it does busi
ness. Mr. Bullard, who until recently made
his home in Danielson, is manager of
the industrial service department of
the industrial service department of
the Merchants' National bank of Bos
ton. The members of th Danielson Girls'
club passed a resolu.ton of thanks to
those who donated sums of money or
who gave useful articles with which
the club has been enabled to furnish
its quarters in the bxchange block so
Those who represented Killingly
High school in the spelling match with
Putnam High school were Miss Gladys
Mown', captain; Gladys Andrews, An
na Wood. I.ucile Caron, Marion Perry,
Ruth Franklin, Howard Franklin and
Howard Soule. Kathleen Yarney and
Margaret Mulligan were alternates.
Following is the Honor roll of stu
dents of Killingly High school who
have attained rank by their proficiency
in study during the period covered by
Sophomores Martha Siiro.
Freshmen Perlc Burdiek,
Downs, Elizabeth Munroc.
Honors. Lawrence Casey,
I Mowry. Marion Perry, Laura Pike,
jldella Rapp, Marian Reed, Samuel
Back. Margaret Beckley, Lueile Ca
rol! Dorothy Howard, Hannora KiHian,
'Henry Perreault, AbVie Pray, Edward
Ray, Edna Read, Hannah Smith, How
ard Soule, Alice Tomiin. Kathleen Yar
ney, Arline Anderson, Arline Babson,
j Kathleen Beeney, iJsther Brooks,
j Saving of $3 to $5 On Every Suit For Easier j
SACK" OR EV
TO MEET WITH
MEN'S SUITS IN THE "NEW WAIST LINE" OR A "PATCH POCKET
EN A "DOUBLE BREAST" SMART, DRESSY MODELS THAT ARE SURE
Still Offer Extraordinary Savings On Slioes
Women's Gray CaSf
Gray Cloth Top
Boots, French and I
i BEST VALUES IN NORWICH
OLLAR TAKES THE PLACE OF
BE FOUND HERE,
OR THREE SPENT ELSEWHERE.
I White Kid Boots,
New . High Laced
i - - -
Women's Boots, Ha
vana Brown, Kid
Military Heel, Sizes
from 4y2 and up
Men's Shoes in the
OUR PRICE $5.50
Men's Scout Work
Low Priced, All
Men's Dark Brown
Shoes, English cr
Blucher Soles are
Fihrs and Rubber
8 rwl,, civ.;
ClilVUll kUipAiltlli OX -tJJ UCC1I
Lisle Hose. You Would Pay
elsewhere 25 to 35 Cents
OUR PRICE 15 CENTS
WOMEN'S BLACK KID BOOTS,
FRENCH HEELS, ALL SIZES
MADE TO SELL FOR $6.00
GIRLS' AND BOYS' SHOES.
YOU CAN SAVE FROM 50
CENTS TO $1.00 ON EVERY
PAIR. ALWAYS AIM TO
GIVE THE BEST VALUE FOR Qutfit
CHILDREN'S EASTER SHOES
Ihe New Pair of Shoss Means aj
Lot in the Kiddies' New Easter I
SPECIALLY LOW PRICES ON WOMEN'S OXFORD AND PUMPS
DON'T LET THE PRICES PREJUDICE YOUR JUDGMENTSEE THE SHOES. THAT'S
THE ONLY TEST
The Store That
266 to 279 Main St.,
Frances Bakowitz. Rut:i Franklin. Isa
bel Heath, Catherine Henauit, Cather
ine llie;gins, Katherine McGorty, Eu
nice l'ike, Jacquelyn Stocking, Mary
Walsh, Ruth Adams, Helen Aylward,
Harry Back. Helen I'ronin. Franklin
Crosby, Aurore Forcier, Dorothy Bo
gee, Helen Hopkins, l.yndall Loec,
John Riley, Clifford Smith, Leo Yiens.
An urgent call from France for 730,
000 books, 500.000 of which must be
gifts, the rest to be bought from the
Library War Service Fund, has just
come from Washington to the Com.ec-
Afessrs. Barstow and Brenn each pur
chased a bull calf, sired by the fa
mous herd bull Wheel of Fortune
of the Sagendorph farm.
Rev. A. von P. Hui
lesome ', Con
ut "Public Library committee
a great need of fresh, wh
I fiction, published within a yea
j necticut's quota is iio.oOO v
'Books should be left at the Fret
! Library or will be called for if the li
brarian Li notified.
Funeral cervices for Charles M.
i lirown were held at unitarian church
I in Brooklyn, Rev. T. F. Sweet of Gard
ner. Mass., officiating. The bearers
were Oscar F. Atwood. Frederick Mil
ler, Frederick Woodward and S. Irv
ing Frink. The body was taken to'
Westminister, Mass., for burial. I.ouis
i Kennedy was the funeral director.
Althea Clara Abby r.-isson, I! months
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
Brisson, died at their home in Llm-vilie.
:enga, of Thomp-
the Dutch asso
c xtended a wel
come of the Boer delegation who were!
on their way to the Paris peace con- !
ference. !,'. iluizinga was recently!
elected president by acclamation to
succeed Dr. Henry Yan Oldeneel.
. , , ' , , . . """'J t.""'-"';"Mfor her
i.p'iiii'j PM i n . i i Li . . : ; i -.. i uic I .w i tin i iii !
-land consulate at Phila
lie declined the honorary
stated, however, that he
r ;l i "nited States kov-
l to work, in behalf of j
campaign of organization j
of the Dutcu in
IF you reed a Water Supply System in your country
Home, or are not satisfied with the one you have and
want to change it, TAKE IT UP WITH US. WE ARE
READY TO INSTALL A SYSTEM FOR YOU AT ANY
THE C S. MERSICK & CO.
274-292 State Street, New Haven, Conn.
Jr.; M. of 1Y
. B. MeDuffce.
returned to his
Florida, to ar-
A Nutritious Diet for All Ages.
Quick Lunch; Home or Office.
OTHERS are IMITATIONS ,
MARTIN T. BURNS
Funeral Director and
A. F. WOOD
The Local Undertaker"
Parlors Mechanie Straat
The following are the now-
ed officers of Putnam chapter. K. .
M.; M. E. H. P., A. W. Marcy; Kin
J. M. Gilmore; scribe. Brnest
Morse: treasurer. M. 11. Geissler;
of H.. Lucius P. Mrrriam; P. S., G.
Miner; R. A. C- A. A. Parsons; 1
lot 3Y., Yolncv Reed; M. of 21
H. 8. Corbin; tyler, ,T
Newton A. Ballard
business here Friday,
been to Jacksonville.
range for the sending of the body of
Mrs. Harriot Tourtellotte to Winona.
Wis., for burial. Mr. Ballard went to
Iowa during his abcenee and visited
at other points in the west.
I He slated Friday that Mrs. Tourtel
I loue's will provides SK.OOO for the
erection of a memorial chapel in Grove
Street cemetery, Putnam. The funds
to lie used are held in trust by the
.Minneapolis Trust company, but are
available for the use b the Putnam
Cemetery association at such date as
the officials of that organization feel
that the time is opportune to build.
Mr. Ballard said the chapel would not
be built this year, because of condi
tions here in the east and because the
site for the chapel must first be prepared.
County Agent B. E. Ellis announced
, Friday that a meeting is to be held at
Brooklyn next Tuesday far the pur
pose of discussing potato diseases and
their control. The meeting will be '
ii-iu me ijiiii. oi unvtr jjowns. one
of the largest growers of potatoes, and
one of the most successful, in Wind
ham county. The meeting will include
a talk by Henry Dorsey of the Con
necticut Agricultural college, the sub
jects he will discuss being potato dis
eases, spraying materials and methods
of application. Opportunity will be
given for potato growers to discuss
with Mr. Dorsey the. matters of fertili
zation and other points connected with
potato production which hfy may-
care to take up with him. Phe meet
ing will be open to all interested in
Thursday of this week, a group of
Windham county tanners, accom
panied by County Agent B. W. ERlis,
made a visit of inspection the
thoroughbred Ayrshire farm o! Arthur
H. Sagendorph of .Spencer. The men
were shown about the big farm and
given every opportunity to study tin
cattle and methods of caring for them.
They saw in -the herd of 100 head kept
there some of the finest Ayrshires in
the United States, including some an
imals that are imported. The party
was made up' of C. B. Po.r.eroy and
Fred Rosebrooks of the town of Wind
ham, C F. Brenn of Scotland. Peter
Chabot of VYaurogan, Oliver Anderson
and L. F. Barstow of Killingly.
of the Neth
post. It Is
Good l-ricay will mark the formrl
opening of the golf course of the Put
nam Country club for the season of
1910. Men are at work improvifT
the greens and fairways, and the
whole course will lie in good condi
tion by next Friday if some clear
weather comes in ihe meantime. The
anouncement that the Country club's
season will be the most active in its
history has led to an increase in the
membership of applications for mem
bership. For next Friday there will
be a 9-hole match for men, this event
starling at 10 a. m. The chief event
of the day will be the mixed forborne
with four prizes for a large field of
players. Both matches are 10 be han
dicapped, so that all entrants will
have an approximate equal opportuni
ty to win.
A memorial service for Mrs. Har-
riei Arnold Tourtellotte. who died re
cently in Florida, and whose body was
taken to Winona, Wis., for burial,
will be held at the Tourtellotte Memo
rial High School at Xortii Grosvenor
dale. Sunday afternoon. The school
where the service is to be held was
given the town of Thompson by Dr.
and Mrs. Tourtellotte as a memorial
to their daughters.
Mon. Charles E. Searls will preside
at the service, which will express the
appreciation of the people of the town
for what Dr. and Mrs. Tourtellotte has
done for it. . Hon. Isaac X. Mills, Mt.
Venion, X. Y.. a distinguished jurist
and formerly of the town of Thomp
son, will deliver the principal address.
The programme has been arranged
as follows: Chorus. Abide With Me;
invocation, Rev. Bernard M. Donnelly,
pastor of St. Joseph's church; solo.
Homeland. F. E. Kutcher: solo. The
Und of the Way. Miss Thyra Walker;
address. Justice Isaac X. Mills: chorus.
Lux Benigna. chorus and bongrega
tion; benediction, Rev. James A.
Mrs. Morgan G
cut chairman of 1
lowing town :r,.v
ity: Ashfcrd. Mrs
Pomfret, Mrs. Ws
nam. Mrs. Ernest
Miss Edith ij. I-'
Mrs. William C. C
In the interest
paign, Rev. G. C. :
at South Woe.;.-.'
economic direr tor
overseas with tiie s
Gilbert Perry. X-n
Boston, is visiting h
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dswley. Miss
Ida Dawley and William Eichleburg of
Plainfield were callers Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. George Dawley.
Walter Tanner. Alexander Tanner
and Miss Ola Tanner visited friends at
The members of th" Ladles' society
presented Mrs. J. 11. Kr.owles a purse
of money as a token of their esteem
faithful service as their presi-
ient during the past three years.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin lee of Hyde
I Park, Mass., are visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. John X. l ewis.
A surprise party was given F.nicy
Dupont, Jr.. at his heme last Wednes
day evening. He recently returned
after 19 months ser
Second division, f'om-
Turnbnll. first assistant: A. H. Beebe.
second assistant: Miss Eisle Beard,
secretary and treasurer; Sherman
Rogers, assistant secretary and treas-1
urer; Miss Myra Ellis, second assist-1
.nil; organist. Mrs. C. Thomas Lef-j
lingwell; librarian. John H. Rathbone. j
Misses Alice Gadbois. Elsie and'
Evelyn Beard. Ida Leffingwell and
Fdna Jones attended the Xcw London
county girls' conference held at the i
Central Baptist church, Norwich. Fri-!
day afternoon and evening.
Sunday Mr. Matheson speaks at 111
I o'clock. E. Y. P. U. at 7. P.O. Jesse!
I Rogers will lead, using the topic How i
! to Give Gods Day to Godlike Deeds.
' Bxod. 2d: 8-11.
i Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bedat and
daughter Margaret Winifred were call
ers Monday on Mrs. B. E. Harrington
of Ann street, Norwich.
For Infants and Childreii
In Use For Over 30 Years
l from oversea!
vice with the
pany IT, 23d
! wounded and
estin.g as !
to do his
Charles Rudolph of Groton was
week end visitor in town.
Mrs. Albert Morton of Provident
snending a few days at the home
Rev. Homer Stanley Morgan of
fontoorook. N. H.. supplied the pulfri'
at the Baptist church Sunday last.
Ralph Lillibridge and Wilfred Giin
thier, who were at a camp In Okla
homa, have received their honorable
discharge and are at their homes here.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Anderson and
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Tew of Sterling
were callers in town Sunday.
The Ladies' society served a baked
bean supper in the chapel Tuesday
evening last. It was well attended.
J. L. Herbert & Sons hav sold their
store to Edmund Herbert & Sons, who
tool; possession last Monday.
Miss Margaret Hassler spent
week end at her home in Norwich. .
John Lachapelle. who has conducted
business here for several years, re
cently sold out to Frank Casavant of
Peter G ravelin left for Boston Sat
urday to take a three months' course
at a telegraph school.
FLOWERS PL Al
HOLLYHOCKS, LARKSPUR, PHLOX and
HARDY FERRENIALS, STRONG ROOTS
at 25 cents per dozen
We Are Speclaists in Selecting Plants For Your
Hardy Flower Border
Landscape Gardner 71 Mechanics St, Danielson
Brooklyn Savings Bank
January 1st, 1919
Assets , $2,923,157.83
' officers of the Sunday school .
ted for the year as follows:
Ogers, superintendent: Mr. j
J. ARTHUR ATWOOD Pres. Y.'M II. RCRXH AM
CLARENCE E. POTTER. Treasurer
! Mrs. Gr;
a- named the fol
v for this vicin
:er E. Brown; Put
. Morse: -Thompson,
f the Victory cam
McKay will preach
c!: Sunday after-
Enibleton was at
eve - ins. as home
for the county, at-
Jr., is one of
really who has
s after serving
with his par-
LE SHOW TODAY
been at j
:id the I
Danbury. The latest re it
visiting nurse campaign :
sum has reached the ':.
and with other districts tc
from, it is thought that
almost $1,500 will be reached.
WE WILL CONTINUE OUR SECOND ANNUAL AUTOMOBILE SHOW TODAY
Do not invest in a Car until you have given ycurself the opportunity to inspect the
wonderful lines we are showing this season.
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
VELIE BRISCOE OVERLAND FORD '
Today we will be able to show you a splendid line of thase Cars, direct from th factory.
A carload each of Velies and Bmccss have arrived and are now on display.
We also have a NEW LOT OF SECOND HAND FORDS AND OTHER CARS,
which we did not have a week ago. All real bargains. Come and sec them.
SPECIAL FOR TODAY ALL TIRES AT 10 PER CENT. OFF THE LIST
AND WAR TAX PAID
THE DANIELSON GARAGE
C. H. PELLETT, Proprietar