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HIE BAHIIE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT.. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921.
NAB FUGITIVE INBOSTON George F. Darragh Es caped From Jail at Belfast, Me. THREE OTHERS GOT AWAY WITH HIM Sheriff of Waldo County Will Take Him Back to ' ' - : Maine . ..' :: :' Boston, Oct. 18. George F. Darragh, one of four men who escaped from Waldo county jail at Belfast, Me., last Wednesday, was captured here last night. Sheriff Littlefield of Belfast was expected here to day to return Dar ragh to the jail. STOWE hi Rev. C. E. Hayward's topic at the IConiinunity church Sunday morning Nvas 4'Is the Ideal Church a Club House kr a Power House?" Rev. Robert Dcvoy of Waterbury iconducted a . Catholic service at tne jAkelcy Memorial building Sunday onorning. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar J. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Towne, Mr. and Mrs. .Alfred Hemstead and sons, Mark and Chaffee, and Miss Agnes Towne at 'tended the wedding of Miss Doratha M. Seaver and Evorett L. Allen Sat urday at the home of the bride's parents-l Mr. and Mrs. K. K. bea-r, at caays Falls. , Miss Mildred Smith returned Sun day to Boston, where she is head book- '. keeper in the offices of the Package Confectionery Co. Mr. 'and Mrs. N. B. Johnson '.were visitors in Richmond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ai Royce visited Mr. Royce's brother-in-law and sister, ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pilllsbury, in Northlield Sunday. Mr. Pillsbury is con fined to his bed by illness. Mr. Royce received word of the recent marriage of his sister, Mrs. Alice Whittemore, tj William Drury of Lisbon,, N. H., but formerly of Stowe. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Campbell returned Monday from Burlington, where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs". Frank J. Medlar, over Sunday, . Memtt Stowe of Waterbury was a visitor at H. E. Pike's Monday. Mrs. Ida Hill and son, Milo E. Hill, who- returned Friday from Burlington, V where they had been called by the seri ous illness of their son and brother, Pbilo G. Hill, were recalled Saturday by a change for the worse in Mr. Hills condition. At the recent meeting of the Jededi ah Hyde chapter, D. A. R., with Miss Ruby Shaw, it was voted to donate to the Stowe Free library a subscription to the D. A. R. magazine, which will Boon .be received. -. Daniel L. Cady'a "Poemsof Vermoat Rural Life have been added to the Stowe Free library. Mrs. Slyra. Stiles has returned to Morrisville, after raring for Mrs. Lou ise Bigelow six weeks. Miss Lizzie Paul of Hard wick was a week-end visitor at the home of her tiister, Mrs. B. C. Merrill. : my IJMis-t! . Wmk c JPfl III An Invitation to the Ladies especially Many Heating Engineers are keeping their stores open evenings and invite you to come in and meet ARCOLA THIS WEEK is Arcola Week and the Heat ing Engineers are keeping open house. Many will keep their stores open evenings for you.' They invite you to come in and meet Arcola, the wonderful new hot-water heating outfit which , warms a whole house with its single fire, taking the place of several stoves and paying for itself in the fuel it saves. s If you don't know where your Heating En gineer's store is, pick up the classified telephone directory and look under " Heating Contractors" or "Steamfitters" or "Plumbers." Pick out the'name and address nearest your home. And decide now to accept this invitation; it may mean a saying of $25 on this winter's fuel bill: or even more than that! For Arcola built by the same company whose ' larger heating plants are installed in mansions, s cathedrals and even the White House itself is guaranteed to do these five things: 1 Connected with American Radiators, it" fills the whole house with healthful hot-water warmth. 2 It takes the place of several stuffy stoves, and , pays for itself in the fuel it saves. In that sense it is really a gift. 3 It can be connected to the kitchen tank, too, giving an abundance of hot water for washing and, bathing. . , 4 It can be installed immediately without the slightest disturbance to the family. ' 5 It adds from three to five times its cost to the selling value of your house just as IDEAL Boilers and larger AMERICAN Radiator systems add far more than their cost to the value of larger buildings. Arcola is unlike any heating plant you have ever seen. It is an entirely new invention developed after years of experiment in the largest thermal research laboratories in the United States. Don't try to imagine what it is until you have seen it. But for the sake of your comfort and your children's comfort and health especially accept your Heating Engineer's invitation. 'One-third of your fuel bill is worth saving. See Arcola any day or evening this week. This red and yellow card at the 'right is the sign of a Heating or Sanitary Engineer (you used to call him Steamfitter or Plumber) who can show you ARCOLA. Look for it in his window. It wul pay you to consult him twice a year as you do your Doctor or Dentist. To have him examine and report on your heating and plumbing costs little. It may save you a very great deaL AMERICAN" RADIATOR COMPANY Makers of the Famous IDEAL Boilers and AMERICAN Radiators 129-131 Federal Street Boston, Massachusetts fr ' An ImtbstmwtV ixTkiurr. PATDlcDrVIDBNDf I In Fuel Economy 1 akpComfom I IfBj Cauwrncnv I S CAfuOCOBy HANCOCK ' lira. Carrie George and daughters, Misses Nellie and Phyllis,' were in , Montpelier Saturday. Mia NeUio A George had an examination of her foot, which has recently been taken out of the cast. Miss Lillian Goodliffe of Morrisville passed the week end at A. J. McGib- Tassed lion's. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Fletcher and fam ily of Cambridge were visiters in town Saturday. Miss Kathryn Recor, Robert Cleve land and Kit-hard Chase of the Univer sity of Vermont spent the week end at (their respective homes. Supt. C. D. Howe of Morrisville rpent Monday in Stowe. Robert Smalley and Bert Metcalf of Poland, Me., are viuing at the Smal ley home. . Mr. Perkins of Wevbridge is-visit ing his daughter, Mrs. Charles Rob erts. . Mr. and Mrs. Will Hubbard of Rochester have been recent visitors at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Church. Miss Beatrice Manning spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Clyde Campbell, of Graniteville. The ladies of the Olive Branch soci ety met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. E. L. Martin. It was. voted to rush the work and have a quilt for sale in the near future. - ' Mrs. Caroline' Marsh, who has been spending several weeks with her grand daughter in Bennington, N. H, has returned to her home here. Mrs. Robert Russell is visiting friends in St. Johnsbury. Miss Pauline Claflin, only daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Claflin, and Mark Curtis were married in Roches ter Oct. 3 by Rev. T. H. Cressey. Mrs. H. P. LeBarr of Delaware Wa ter Gap, Pa., has been a recent guest at the home of her son, Harry LeBarr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Plunkett and daugtber, Joyce, of Rutland and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carpenter of Con stableville, N. V., were at E. L. Mar tin's recently. - ' ROCHESTER Misa Carrie Jones has sold her home in Talcville to Mrs. Slattie Alexander and C If. Wiley has sold his. farm to Harry -Calkins. Mrs. Charles Marsh, who has been in poor health for a long time, has been taken to the state hospital in Water bury. Truman Austin is quite ill, being cared for by Mrs. C. J. Bush. Mrs. L. D. Pierce and Mrs. Helen French were in Boston last week. Harry nenry of Yonkers, X. Y has been a recent guet at the borne of his brother, James Henry, Mrs. Anna Tupper of NEWBURY Large Crowd Paid Honor to Earl E. ' Brock, Casualty In World War. ! At a burial place pleasantly situ-' ated in the center of our town and ; known as the Town House cemetery,; there gathered last Friday afternoon; four hundred of our townspeople, who came lo show their respect and sym-j pathy to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brock J at the home-coming of their son, who gave up his life on "Flanders field'; in the service of his country. Here in this old cemetery, where repose the re-1 mains of our dead boy's kindred, noti frtnlr hia fM-nsriMtnln Knf mnrotiint a - I itives of a nation fathered to do him: Pan Pluw: We Can SKow You ARCOLA Today The wonderful new heating invention for small homes, stores, offices, shops, garages, etc. Drop in during ARCOLA -WEEK and let us demon strate howARCOLA will give you better heat at one-third less cost.. W. J. Loughheed & Co. 337 No. Main Street, Barre. There Norm sat on the 1 upper of Montpelier!. j i..r .: i . contraDtion lookins? iut as hsnov as speni in eea enu wun air. ana .Mrs.; . . . ,n the davs of yore, twfore the ol II. H. Cushman. Bert Bifliop of Bolton has been visit- tion bestows upon its dead are impres sive, indeed, the body, draped with the stead act, with a T. P. in hm mouth, ing his cousin, Mrs. Lizzie Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Flvnn Harver and Ku-i )w "f the Earl E. Brock .post, left nioe were in Woodstock receutlv Ui meet ! Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kerr. American flag, resting on a caisonfnJ .H,'nry Ford d"inS U "l .W0Lrk' ... . r. j v.. turning over two furrows 16 inches j i - iiimini? over lwi lurrows 10 im:nei I drawn or mur nores anu escoriea DVl .. . ........ ' i.-.-i i...i. i. a i wide for a mi e in iiit 11 minutes. the Horace W. Bailev Memorial hall at I Norm savs it beats "a horse all to f ii i l.: .u- i.:u. Ul The legal;.. ', ., , .L . lis monev. no nroiTeive firmer can was com- tJmnder, and in tliee day when time 1 whSr'li U'Am flitliAit in tKi.ir Biiliimn . Uliades, tl.L lung procession followed I ord along without one." Say the remains of this Newbury boy to adoption of little Eunice pleted. Postmaster James Cannon made a ; hit last resting place. The solemn corn trip of inspection of road, mail boxes,! mittal service waa read bv a comrade etc., on Monday. j and as the body slowly descended into Dr. and Mrs. Harrv two daughters of PI spending several days at the home of his brother, Lewis Hubbard. rrv Hubbard and the Jrr,ve the teT ""k of th'' b"K'e ainfleld. X. J., are;!"" "ut- Jh" ""rnHcd When Mr. Jones was saved from the frying pan They talk yet of the change that came over Jcnes. Some said it was psychology. Some said it was a miracle. All said it was a mystery. When they asked Jones, he said it was liberation from slavery slavery to the frying pan, and to grease and starch. Jones used to take his breakfast fried, and followed this With a heavy lunch. ft IS In those days they said at the office : secret sorrow and he's sore on the world." 'Old Jones has a One day Jones started late no time for the usual break fast to be cooked. Jones had a breakfast on Grape-Nuts with pood cream. He was delighted with the crispness and rich flavor. Felt satisfied and "fed," Tried it again at lunch. Kept on breakfast ing that way often lunching, too. Jones began to "perk up," talk up, step up GET up. . "Let Jones show you how to do this," ihey began to say at the office. As to Jones he said: NUTS." "That's a great food GRAPE- Tbere are thousands of Joneses, both kinds reckless feed ers and wise feeders. There's a Reason" for Grape-Nuts th r-fcd roodoMS cj wboi wheat and malted twrley itUcKma, nmnahir.fr. reaJy total AH fTocr. from the native hills of the deceased I were a mot fitting requiem: ! With the presentation of the flag volleys by the firing squad, the ex ercises were brought to a close, and Eatl E. Brook wa at rest in American noil with his ancestors. Earl E. Brock. Private, first-class. Earl E. Brock, eldest son of Ernest F. and Olive French spent Friday with Mrs. Floyd Norton. Mrs. Ada Emery and on, Chester, of Lebanon, X. H., spent the week end at Fred Bowen's. Hugh Morgan wa.i at home from his work in Sherburne for the week end. Hope Leonard spent the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard. Mrs. Mary Putnam celebrated her birthday Saturday, ber children and a few friends coming in to off or their congratulations. , See ARCOLA in Operation Come in and see how ARCOL,A. really works how it radiates warmth to every corner of the room, how it operates without dirt or muss. Estimates cheerfully furnished. C. W. Averill & Co; BRADFORD if you want to see one of the best pieces of land which lies out of doors, just drive onto Norman Cobb's mead ow. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dodge -of Lun- enhnrcr vr 4ti cninsta nf litt )imthtr Charles Dodge, Saturday. j "Waiter, if this is spring cliiiken 'Equal to the Occasion. Fred I .a France, another Newbury boy, wss.in town over Sunday visit ing his mother. Fred lives in Nashua and everything indicates that the world is smiling on him. Miss Alice Dodge, one of our Uni versity of Vermont girls, spent the week end with her parents. STOCKBRIDGE Knight Brock, and a lineal descendant i . , , of General Jacob Bayley, Newbury's Several from Out of Town Here to At lounuer, was born Job. fi, w.i, in Newbury, where he attended the graded chools and rfhe high school for two years. He enlisted under the United States flag in April. 11)17, with Co. B, 101st field battalion, signal corps, at C-eanport, X. J. ne went across in April. !)18. and was at once transferred to the 5jt-h telegraph bat talion, signal corps. He was wounded at Gesus, France, about five miles north of Montfaucon and just wr-t-t of Meuse. in the early evening of Oct. 27, he was returning from con structing telephone lines under severe shell fire and just as he jumped from the truck, wss struck over the left temple with a piece of shell. He was pixra first aid and taken bar-k to the ha hospital, where he died Oct. 30. Captain George F. Shaw, First Lieu tenant Hodman M. Cornell and Lieu tenant Edwin V. French (crnorl in let ters sent to tba bereaved parents, write: , "Private, f,rt clas. Earl E. Brock, was loved and respected br every offi cer and enlisted man in his organisa tion. Qmpt and modest in demeanor but efficient and effective in every duty he was called upon to perform." Henry Bartwr of Brtinwfc, Me., fcas in town lat Saturday remaining over Sunday. HT.ry a Nomhury !ot ami a brother of .Tsms D. Barber, and hd Is don an important piti.n n the Maine Central railroad. He loft Newbury 2fi tri ar and is already more thsn half ay up the ladder of svkwss with t: rj? on the t-p round. We were don on the meadow ljt Safurdsr u), rj N..rrrn CW. r :-'r around n a Furd tr-itr bitci.rd t. tend Hyde-Leonard Wedding. Safurdav morning, Oct. 15, at 10 o'clock, the marriage of Ruth Leonard to Charles H. Hvde occilTTed at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Sirs. John Leonard. Only the imme diate relatives and few close friends were present. Rev. W. C. Harvey was the officiating clergyman. The bride was gowned in a palo pink hand-embroidered dress of crepe de chine and the maid of honor, Misa Uhoda n.vde, iiste rof the groom, wore changeable orange taffeta silk. The groom was attended bv Frank Putnam. The youn? men were close friends during the World war. Gifts were many and Wutiful and of every conceivable kind. Guests from away were the parents and siter of the groom from Rocking- turn, .Mai-s., Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ieon srd from Grantham, X. II.. Mrs. II. J. I'lunkett and daughter of Rutland and Frank Putnam of Roya'ton. The newlvweds left in terrific shower of rice, confetti and old shoes for a ramping trip at Highgste. All wish them joy and happine. Charles Kni?ht and ladv spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Knipht. Electric lights are being put into the home of Albert Laiy and N. M. Grsnt. Mr. and Mr.. H. X. Holland. Mr. and Mr. J. F. Chandler. Mr. and Sirs. George SJsnning and Alfred Chandler acnded the gTsngc fair at Osysville I- -Jay nit-!i1. I.i- e H.dTTKf was at b(me from Iwr eiid in Rndt;,i for ihr week rrtl Mr. C. S. French and Sirs. Jcnn e where is iU wishbone!" "It was too young to wish, sir." Boston Transcript. Mrs. A. E. H .le and on, Iawrence, are spending a few days in Boston. Miss Rose Roberts is visiting her par ents in Enfield, N. H. Mrs. Cora Waterman of Union Vil lage is visiting her sister, Sirs. War ren Carleton. Sliss Ethel Start in of Canaan spent the week end with her parents, Sir. and Sirs. Henry Sfartin. Charles Townscnd of Garlas, Texa, recently visited hia brother, John Townsend. They had not seen each oth er for 4.S years. Martin J. Slurphy has been operated on for appendicitis at the Rockingham hospital, Bellows Falls. Hsrlie Albert Slack and Slary Al- mira Towne were married Oct. 10 by Rev. T. P. Frost. A. E. Slann and A. II. Plaase have gone to California. Miss Slildred Sweet of East Corinth is working for Sirs. J. A. Pierson. Sirs. Florence Renfrew is seriously ill. Walter Stearns has gone to Kansas City. Setting Him Right Little Rogrr-was alone in the hou.-o when the telephone rang. He took down the receiver. "Hello!" said a voice. "Is this Slfs. Blank's rv-sidrnee ?" "No," replied Roger; "it is Sirs, Blank's little boy," Boston Transcript. J c y OS? "AFTER II 2STl EVERY I J iri ( r MEAL" 10FOR5f: The new sugar coated jr f chewing gum Awf rv w vA -ss av -'m. - si i i7 m --s- mm SVEOBBBBkV- whlcb everybody likes voa will, tco. A delicious peppermint flavored suaar Jacket around peppermint flavored cnewin turn that will aid your appetite and difes- - tion. polish your teetb and ccistca your throat. B122 THE FLaUOR LASTS