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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, ,VT WEDNESDAY,' JULY 5, -1922.
i V r r Vacation Needs This is the time, when you may be thinking of your vacation plans If you are making it by auto get p. Folding Chair or Stool for the car, or a Fold ing Bed... . .; '' ' For your camp -Low priced Beds, Springs and Mattress, Dressers, Chiffoniers for the bed rooms. Old Hickory Rustic Furniture for the living room and porch. ' Put up Porch Shades and make another room of your porch. We have the Viidor Self Ventilating' Shades. The best in the long run. Come in, and inquire for your needs. If we don't have them, we will try and help you find them. B.W. Hooker & Go. UNDERTAKERS BEST UP-TO-DATE MOTOR AMBULANCE BERVIC1 Cltr rata Mine aa hona-driven ambulance,; distano caJU t raaaanabl term. Taiephona 87-W. Alwiy, n Tint t. Give the Public Whet it W.nte. . , iti TALK OF THE TOWN AUTO VACUUM ICE CREAM FREEZERS The kind that freezes while you wait. The old reliable WHITE MOUN- TAIN FREEZER. We carrv a complete line of WATER COOLERS. Our prices on these goods are right. N.D.PhefpsCo. PHONES 28-29 t VHtt. N. J r -nam am am t Sack to This is the same fine paper which has commanded quality patronage for twenty five years. It is now permanently priced at fifty cents a quire box. See our new displays, offering; you a choice of five smart styles in a variety of beautiful tints. Drown's Drug Store W. F. Hutchinson of Randolph was in tne city yesterday. Mis Josephine Rizi of this city loft Monday for Brattleboro for a short visnt. . H. M. Goslant of Lanesboro remained with friendH in this city over the hol iday. Raymond Clifford of Bethel wa a visitor in the city the earlier part of the week. 0. Cabrini of Springfield, Mass., i visiting at hia home on B street for a few days. . '.. " . ' L. R. 'finer of New York City is passing a few day with friends and relatives in this city, . ..-. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Brooks and fam jly of Milford, Mam., passed the Fourth with friends in this city. ' ' Clan fiordon, No. 12, will hold their annual picnic and games at Caledonia park, Saturday, July 20. : E. A. Hoar of I,unenburjr, Mass., ar rived in the city yesterday to pas the summer at home here. Miss Elsie Dean of this city leaves to-morrow for Colebrook, N. H., to re main during the summer months. Mr. and Mr. Roy Get man of Ivn donrille left to-day for their home, aft er spending the holiday 'in Barre. Miss Catherine Smith of White River Junction arrived in the city yesterday for, a visit with friends and relatives. Hiss rhilomine Turcott and Mrs. Jo .seph Dcrvost of Fall River,. Mass., ar rived in the city yesterday for an ex tended visit. Frank Ozzela of Central street has returned from a two weeks' auto trip which included Boston, New lork and Milford, Mass. John Shea of Boston arrived in the city yesterday for a few days' visit at the home of his brother, Frank Shea of Tremont street, Mrs. Emma McHueo, formerly of Barre, returned to-day to her home in Boston, after passing a few days at the home of her son, Walter. Mrs. Louis Robarge of Los Angeles. Cal., is passing a few weeks at the home of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. 1. L, Brown of Elmore street. Its cost only a fraction of a cent more to flavor a dessert with Bakei's Certified Extract instead of an imita tion extract, and it's worth It! All grocers. adv. H. J. M. Jones, president of the Gran ite Manufacturers' association, ha re turned home from Rutland, where he was one of the speakers at the Rotary club meeting there. , A western physician discovered Hem Roid, a harmless pile remedy. In many case of years' standing all distress quickly disappeared. We sell it with money-back guarantee. E. A, Drown. - Maccabees, attention! Regular meet ing of Harmon review, No. I, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. New password will be given at this meeting. Draping of the char ter. Collector will be at the hall at 6:30 for dues. TALK OFTHE TOWti 0. D. Robinson of Burlington passed the Fourth in this city. A son was born June 27 to Mr. and Mr. Ubaldo Soldi of Second street. Fred Ripley of " South Thomaston, Me., passed the holiday in this city. Dance at Woodbury lake house, Fri day, July 7- Carroll's orchestra. adv. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Rousse of Jdadison street on June 20. . Call firemen can get their pay at the office of the city clerk to-day after 3 oYlork. " ' ' Phils ire Gagne of Quebec arrived in the city- yesterday for a short visit with friends. , ' The guild of the Church of the Good Shepherd will meet in the church " on Thursday evening at 7:30. Mrs. Amelia Agosta of Fos street underwent a slight operation at the City hospital this morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Bruce of Morri- ville are'Visititig at the home of Mrs, I). Reid of Washington street. William Guy of Woodbury Center is at the City hospital, where he is un dergoing treatment for an Injured eye, T. W. Bradley of the Board of Trade has returned here after passing the hol iday seasoa at his home in Bloomneld, Conn. , Hudson Beattie of Enosburg Fall, who has been passing a few days' visit with friends in this citv, returned home to-day. I). A. Perry of the D. A. Perry Real Kstate agency was in Washington tO' dayeonducting an auction for George E. Miles. - . Mrs. N'. D. Phelps returned home yes terday, having attended in Chatitan qua, N. V., the biennial meeting of the t i T-J . : n ' ' I. 1. . mni'iat r eui-j muni ui umru i-mwa. Mrs. Harry Pitman and child and Miss Boyle of Boston are visiting at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mr. E. A. Fox of 32 East street. George Walker of lfl Central street ha returned to Albany, N. -V., where he is employed a;' a stone cutter, after having spent the Fourth with his fara ily. , - . Mi. Annahelle McAuley is taking a week' vacation from her duties at the Peerless Knitting mills and will spend the remainder of the week with her lister in Calais. MONTPEUER Raymond Thompson of Williamstown was brought to the hospital this morn ing with a dislocated elbow. An X-ray was" taken this morning and it wa found that no bones were broken. Regular meet ing of WinetU pouncil, No 10, D. of P., in Clan hall on Thursday evening, July 6, at 7:30 o'clock. GRAMTEVILLE ' Regular meeting of .council 253, LTnion, .St. Jean . BaptisU .d'Amerkjue, Wednes day, July 4. at 7 p. m. , Memberi are requested to attend. Refresh ments served after meeting. Per or der sec. Regular meeting of Barre lodge. No. "1.191, L. O. O.' M., Thursday at 7 :30 p. m. Secretary will be at lodge at 7 p. m. to receive dues. ADVERTISE III THE BARRE TIMES DO s I ! ! these prices appeal to you? I Jersey Cornflakes 10c j Kellogg's Cornflakes ....... 10c ! Krinkle Cornflakes, 3 pkgs .25c Shredded Wheat, 2 pkgs. .. . . . , 25c j uesserts i Jell-O, all flavors, 2 pkgs. for 20c JifTyJell, 2 pkgs. for 25c j Py-Orange and Py-Lemon .15c Evaporated Apples, in bulk, per H 23c j TiieW. D. Smith Company, Inc. I Card of Thanka. 1 wish to thank the nurses and friends for their kindness to me while confined to the hospital, also for the fruit and flowers ent me. Mrs. Rita McAllister. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR &AL AiTlfi-ffthionMl tqutrt pian; alao s lri kitrhen rmncv; will h n14 hap for nolck diiipoal j spplr at 21 Frwwh trewt. 4t4 TO RENT S-room trarawnt. corner Berlin and Pmith St. ; MrAllMtrr A KraU fill EbST A fur scarf. ntWiaPrktnaatr or voinff horn to 181 So. Main lrert : reward If rrturnnd to that addraaa. tHi Co?TSaturdajr norm, brtworn Trow t Hrldon'a and Ari trnt. via. railroad, a rSeldar'a kw; nndvr plvaaa return In 7 Murray atrert or thit onW. f4tS WANTfcDA-kitrhen airl ; inquire at" IS School 8U Montpeiier, Tel. 72-'. JMtf W I CC-THE P A RTY who" ptrked "ap the lary pair of hcara on Main itrart Mon bvr morning, kindlr leara itmt at Tim. offirar LAUNPRES Good atronc woman tnt! at onoa for fvneraJ laundry work at lha Cohimtaia hotel. Bethlehem. K. H. Who ttO.tX) per month, hoard and room and re tura fara; atay until Oet. 7th : rood work in enndlHona: apply immediately- twtej BABY CHICK8-12e up: mdo-layTl'opu- lar hreeda ; prerara ruaranteed aVItvery Mud for ctrrtuara: punea lor aalc; Kny Clark. Kaet Hartford. Conn. 4l WANTEIV A mam for griiei aJ farm amrk a milkinc : trnmt C. Hutrhtawm, Wit. liametown. Tel. 1SJ-U. 4ll WAVrKr man for farm work; Mm. C. H. fit kin, Montpelter Juiwtian, ph. 10-M. . ' 4tf FOR RALE Ono of the beat money makinsr farme la Or. nee county, attuated lata road, I 1-4 axlm from eiliaera. fcaeinc Sne hich enhord. Th farm tmna of t-'i) aeraa eirltaMr drrided ; flaa m of twildinca. ae.er fmitinc water to houaa and barn ; an ao-reditad heed of rood ptoo wring reel pnoed reaaonahle; reoMHi for aeitina:. other huainaet ; fr full particuiara Inquire of H E. mitK Willmanetov. Vt. 4' rOR 8AlXootek kale, winter eahhare. Brinl apreaaa, loe e)oeea. or Se IMrMtred. rauti flower, lie doae ; few early tome. pianta caeop: Jamaa Lawia. II Hill St. S4U 8f AXDING HAY FOR SALE About wot of aeYrajra ftuatity ; Inquire of Dl V Thenaalt. Wi lira ma tows. Tel. !-. - Mt4' WANTED eV'srk by the htmtr by reliable wwmaa; Mrs. i. lampnell, II rieaeent trrt. a LOST Monday aisht. in eirinity of or tm Barre, tadM' brow a hoaaed batr renaming money and fer arte-lei ; reward if oreuclit te thai oft or. Uitl FOR RENT la Weeet.l. r,J irn, Si n. on at wear potiee: rtrniiK water . if wt of work, wtil oik. work for e rear', rent; .'inx. -re. Eaet Parre, Tei. 4-. P4tf Mr. and Mrs. Robert DufT and daugh ter, Beatrice, who have been spending a few days wifh Mr. Duff's sister-in-law, Mrs. Alex. Cruickehank of Sum mer street, returned to their home in Albany, X. V., yesterday morning by auto. Mr. DufT is engsged in the gran it business in the J'ew York capit!. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oreenoujih of Winooski, who have been spending the pant few days with, Mr. Oreenouirh'a mother, Mr. Adam Wood of the Bol ster block, returned to their home yes terday. Before coming to Barre they visited relatives in Quincy, Boeton and Xew York, haying made the trip by automobile. .,,,. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Cale motored back to their borne in Westbrook, Me., this morning, after spending the Knurtb ith friends and relatives. Mr. Gale's mother, who was called here by the in jury to another son, Allan, whose foot was badly eut by an axe while work ing in the woods at Groton a week ago, returned with them. Baseball fans who journeyed to Wil liamstown yesterday to witness the morning and afternoon games between South Barre and Williamstown team were privilegpd to witness two fine games, South Barre winning both. The morning game resulted in a score of 6 to 5 and the afternoon one 10 to 9. Murray pitched for South Barra in the forenoon and Wright and Dudley in the afternoon, while J'oli pitched for Williamstown in the first game and McAllister in the aecond, Members of the executive council of the national body of the Junior Order? United American Mechanics, met at , uie I'avihon hotel in Montpelier yes terday for the purpose of making some of their arrangements for the annual national meeting of the organization, which will take place in Burlington in a few weeks. It i the first time that the organization haa come to Vermont in its long history and it was largely through the efforts of William E. Jef frPy a past president, that it uomes this time. Among those present yes terday at the conference were John N. Noyes of Plaistow, X. H., national representative in Washington, D. G: W..M. Wood of ' Philadelphia, George i t'avia ot JUaitimore. Aid., n. r. i,ocitner of Pittsburg, fa., Rev. K. W. iSturte- vant of Lvndon and Mr. Jeffrey. Iliey left on the afternoon train last eve ning for Burlington. The members f.f the council were accompanied by their families. ' ' Miss Sarah ' Lawrence and Bertht Buzzell passed the holiday in Boston. George Julian, who haa been teach ing in New York the past year, has returned to Montpelier for the sum mer. Ha will enter Harvard this fall. Miss Alice Allen passed the holiday in Kutland. Misa Dora Edson haa been visiting in Williamstown. , ?r Nasi Co, 188N Barre The Daylight ; Store Successors to Adams Co. The Daylight Store- Saturday, July 8, begins one of the Greatest lale Events of the entire year watch Friday's Times for announcement of details. BETHEL EAST MONTPELIER TOWN CLERK'S OFFICE rreee Jarr to JJy IS the V-wa fWt't eerw w-ni oety be a for tnanneae (m t a. a . CLARK flRLEV. Tees Clerk. Bsrre People Interested in Montwal . Wedding. " A very pretty wedding took place lat Wednesday morning at S o'clock sf t. Matthias church o( Westniouth, Quebec, when Miss Dorothy Violet fhanihers, only, daughter of Mr. and Mr. W. Chambers, and David William Howie, eldest eon of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Howie, both of Montreal, were unit ed in marriage, both parties being well kuown in Barre and having several friends here. Mr. Howie has visited here on diflerent oocusions. Rev. K. Bushell cfliciated at the cere mony, the single ring eervire being lined. The voting couple entered tie church to the strain of Lohengrin's wedding march, plaved hv I'.ric Buh ell. The bride was an-ompanied to the altar by her father. The couple were unattended. The bride was gowned n a white georgette dress, with corded ilk ribbons, and wore a picture hat. She carried a shower boitouet of roses, fmmediatelr after the sert ice, they were taken by auto to the station. where they left for Bsrre and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. lieorge (S. Walker of Keith avenue for m fr weeks. The couple were the recipients of many beautiful wedding gifts, among thern bring a handome cheat of silver. presented them at a banquet which was held b tha office staff f the Mu tual Life Insurance company of New Vork, in which Mr. Howie is employed. He is a World war veteran, having served four year in the Canadian army. Mrs. Howie wan until recently employed as an operator in the North ern LWtrie company. On their re mm they will reside at their home In Yaloia, Que. News has been received here that "Chick" Birch, who waa well known here a a hasfball and basketball play er, is in a serioua condition in Parker Hill hospital, Boston. He was gassed when serving in the 2flth division, as well as wounded in one bip and last spring, following a successful basket ball seaoon in St. Johnsbury, had pneu monia, which developed into tuberculo sis, due probably to the effects, left from the gassing received in France. James Counter of Windsor spent the holiday at his home in Montpelier. George F. Lackey, who ha been dep uty United State marshal for several years under Marshal Arthur Carpenter of Brattleboro, completed his services In that capacity Friday evening, at midnight, the commission of Mr. Car penter having expired at that time. When it became known among attor neys in the stat that Mr. Lackey was to retire several of them wrote him letters in which they set" forth their appreciation of his services and some made complimentary reference to tlje services he has performed. John Carroll of Waterbury was in the eilv Monday in connection with his real estate business. The offices at the State House were closed Tuesday in observance of the holiday. Mrs. John Farwell, who suffered a shock Sunday, is in a critical condi tion. H. J. M. Jones was in Rutland en Monday, speaking before the member of the Rotary tluh upon association work. George Buckley returned to hit duties in the,state purchasing agent's office this morning after a few days' stay at his home in M. Albans. Leslie Kendall returned this morn ing from Burlington where he passed the holiday with hi family. William Kelley returned this morn ing from hi home in Rutland. H. K, Susena returned this morning from Burlington, where he stayed over the holiday. A. N. Haggett, who lives on the Worcester . orancn roaa. acted . so strangely last evening that he was taken to the county jail for safe keeping. On the way to the jail he of fered prayer and discussed the Bible and other matters.. Mr. Haggett ha been in poor health for some time. II. L. E. Smith left this morning to begin his duties as clerk at the Mount Washington house in the White moun tains. William Roger i viaiting friends in Keeseville, X. Y., for a week. Stanley Ryan is confined to his home with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Michael .T. Cohan. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kirk, Miss Char lotte Kllis and Edward C. Bli-ts of Ronton spent the week end at Nelson poad in the Taylor cottage. Mr. Blis returned to Boston Tuesday night. M. I Wood returned yesterday from a three-day motor trip through New York state. Mr. and Mrs. Chsndler Brown have returned from their wedding trip, which , they made by automobile through New York, Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Judge E. M. Harvey and family vis ited relative in Colchester over the holiday. John Avery and son, F.dwarel, are on a trip through Maine. T. W. Di. state highway commission er, is in Montgomery to confer with Horace R. Wood, district commission er, and the selectmen of Montgomery. The Misses Ellen and Katherine fiitchell have returned to their home I,... . -,.. . t . . ii- a .r .a 1 them while here. Miss Isabel! Young returned from her home in St. Albans to-dar after passing the holiday. Misa Roe Gibbons ha returned to her duties a telephone operator at the Mate House, after a months ration, most of which wa passed in -New lork litr. High-PoWered N. Y. Car Ran Into a Team Driven by Boy. Fred Blanchard, son of Bert Blanch ard of South Stockbridge, met a high power car of New York registration on the Stony brook bridge, a mile above (iaysville, Saturday and hi wagon was damaged considerably. The New York man, who was alone, talked to the boy in such a way as to make him be lieve he was equally to blame and of fered him no corn pensat ion for his broken wagon. The boy failed to copy the number of the car. Person who came up soon after declared the etran ger wa solelv to blame and other par ties up the river tell of his racing his car both ways. Mrs. Grace Allen and L. A. Wentwerth Married. Mrs. (trace Allen of this place and r.oais Arthur Wentworth of Spring field, Mass., were married Monday eve ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry P. Gilbert "on the Oayaville road. Only the members of the family were present. Many friends of the bride in town wish her. great happiness. Rev. Will C. Harvey performed the cere mony. Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth will live in Springfield. The Rutland Sah and Door com pany, Ine, has filed with the secretarv of state an affidavit that all the capi tal stork Of the coin pa nv has been paid in. Dance every Wednesday at Oreen wood lake pavilion, Woodbury; FJvo!i Melody Boy' orchestra from New York City, trood music: cood time. adv. Green Tea Drinkers TRY A PACKET OF n Natural Leaf Green Tea, It's strengtn Flavour and Economy in use will prove a revelation. In Sealed Packets Only At All Grocers. !j The Fourth Here Featured by Parade ' and Two Ball Game. The holiday was quiet day in Beth el. Many of our people were in South . I) . -A rvoyaiion ami niauy were 111 dkwi j and other places part ot tne ay. ine observance locally consisted principal ly in the closing of all business place throughout he day; a parade between 12 and 1 o'clock in N he morning and forenoon and afternoon ball games. During the parade bells were rung and the martial music of was very creditably reproduced. There was lit tle disorder and few of tbe chesp prank were p!yed, which in some for mer years featured the midnight per formance. The baseball games were well at tended and although the local team suffered emphatic defeats, the spirit of the Proctor people wa so fine that it wa a pleasure to have them here for the day. The presence of the fine band of that town throughout the dsy, as an entirely gratuitous act on its part, was one of the best bits of co-operation ever seen here between two town. The Proctor fans, admiring alike their fin ball team and their fine band, were here in good numbers to encourage both. Bethel never had such an experience before and it wa extremely pleasant to feel that so many people came to town from a tusn across the mountains apparently for no other reason than because thy wanted to and. could think of no bet ter wav to epend the dav- In the morning game. Proctor won, 10 to 0, no Bethel player reaching third bse and only two of them connecting safe ly with Telfer'a pu.iling delivery. Proctor won again in the afternoon. 7 to 1. Bethel scored in the fourth inning, when, after two were out. Barne singled, took second on a base on bll to Hickey and scored on La vere ' hit. Fredette, was no euch enig ma a Telfer, Stafford getting a single I and a two-bapger, Latere two single and Healey, Barne and King each a single, Sumner, pitching for Bethel, wa touched up for 10 singles. The Bascom bouse served dinner to' 77 person yesterday, a large monty of them being from the town of Proc tor. Mr. Emma Morse and her daughter, Mrs. (Jeorge H. Stuart, were at their old home here from Saturday until this mornimr. Newell B. Bvam of Ran- jdolph, who is in his IHHh year, visited j the Oaspe Bamn, province of Quebec, the largest weighing 20 pounds. , Miss Nan Keleher was given a sur prise party at the Keleher home on her 20th birthday anniversary, June 30. Mis Ella Keleher snd Miss Elea nor Graham made the arrangements for the affair, which about 2; attended. Iue cream and cake were served by Uie Hostess, Mr. .John rudder. .. , i,aras nave ueen received, announc ing the marriage in Brattleboro last Sjinday of Miss Hazel E. Williamson, formerly of this place and a graduate of Y hitcomb high school in the class of 1917, to Merton If. Pierce of Brat tleboro. Thev will be at home at 33 Pine street in that village after Au gust I. ' Miss Rebecca Bundy and Robert Bundy, 2d, of Nashua, N. H., accom panied Mr. and Mrs, Harold Bundy home Monday from their visit in that city. The Bethel band played yesterday in Barnard during that town'a Independ ence day celebration. Theodore M. White is home from Portsmouth nary yard on a 20-day leave of absence. ' , i Mrs. J, Wesley Miller with her in fant son, has returned home from the sanatorium. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Preston of Con cord, N. H.f were recent guest at Na than L. Chase') Eugene T. Parrott haa been at home from hi work on a aohool building in North Adams, Mass., and on his return yesterday his sister, Miaa Sophia Par rott, accompanied him. . Mr. and Mrs. A. N. WiKhhurn made a canoe trip last week from White River Junction to Northampton, Mass. Miss Mabel Copeland of Brockton, Mass., is a guest of Mrs. Clarence W. Nichols, . Miss Harriet Claflin returned yes terday to her home in Concord, N.H., after a three weeks' stay at Silver lake in Barnard, and was accompanied by Arthur-Porter, who was here the last three days. Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Wilson,' ac companied by Mrs. H. A. Joslin, re turned to -dav from a short visit in Boston. - - ; Mrs. Bernice Bertrand (formerly Da vis), who .recently finished teaching the grammar grades in the Rochester village school, went . venterdsy for a month's stay with a eister in Norwich. She has been re-engaged to teach in Rochester at an increased salary. The ladies' social union will meet, nest week Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Oliver X. Barrow. Miss Irene Towner returned to her home in Middlebury, after a visit at N. E. Fairchild's, Miss Helen Fairchild going with her for ft Visit. Mr. and" Mrs. W. F. Sannders, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Driscoll of Dorchester, Mass., visited from Sunday until Tues day Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parrott. VERMONT ACADEMY SAXTONS- RIVER, VERMONT A well-enuipped preparatory school for young men and young women,. Under Christian instructors of experience. Located among the foothill f the Green Mountains in one of Vermont's beauty spots. Offer thorough training for college and business. Nine buildings. Athletic field. Pond for swimming and hockey. Gymnasium. Modern equipment throughout. x .. . , : WHITE FOR CATALOG RAYMOND McFARLAND, Principal Saxton River, Vermont The Ford International Weekly THE BE rB0KM MPEPEMPEMT By the Year $1.50 Chronicler of the Neglected Truth Leave your subscriptions with PERRY' AUTOMOBILE CO., 325 North Main St Barre, Tel. 800 5Sj State.SU Montpelier, Vt., Tel. 72-W Bertrm Msrcu of Boston is here with good for the clothing store, which he is about to open in the Beth el inn building. He has rented Mr. Jennie Bascom 's tenement on Cburr-h street and with Mrs. Marcus is occupy ing It. I Mia Annie Msrsfon, who had been j t Robert Noble'f-Vince Saturday, re-1 turned home to Cambridge, Mass.. j vesterdav. Mi Anna Brown acroui-i panying her, after a longer viit at j the Noble heme. f A change ha been made in the building committee of the Congrega tional church, which now consists of j A. N. Newell, Dr. . I. Abbott and Charte B.Ilinrv Fdwin I. Cristy h changed hi plans aad in.tead of locating in Bal timore. Md., will accept a position with the Rochester, X. Y.. law firm of Hub bell, Tailor. iodwin A Mnser. Rev. anil Mrs. Albert B. Crist v, F.d ard Crist v. Dr. and Mrs. G. I. Ab bott are at Mclvin Village, X. H, in j rwp on Twin Island for to weeks.' There will be no eervic at the Con - : grrgatkmal church the neit three Sun- j dam. j Slis Helen Hasting of Ctremnt, X. H-, a f.vmer rei.1ent. is 1 irnig , her niwle. C. C. More. Her f atbe'. j Bert Htinp. wa here a day and now is with bis mother in Rad"lph. ! Mrs. C. . Clifford has returned! from OhmaiK7'i, X. Y, where she ! ttendwl the biennial wieetmr of the' leneral Federation of Women' Onl. j Vie. M. .foaephiTe Fren'-h rent!y -eeeired fmm D. D. Dvj of Tilton. ! V. H.. a freient visitor at the French arm and an enthuat'" nni. : urUf,-t sattt'B u ,i .a a The Fountain at the Rexall Store Chocolate, Fresh Strawberry, Maple Walnut and Vanilla Ice Cream. , Try our Flapper Parfait. It's a won dera whole meal for 20c. The Red Cross Pharmacy Good Lock Good Luck Rubbers, Cold Pack, fits all jars, the real red rubber, per dozen 10c; 3 doz 25c Atlas Jars, y2 pts, cash and carry SOc, delivered 90c Atlas Jars, pints, cash and carry, 85c, delive3d 95c Atlas Jars, qts., cash and carry $1.00, delivered $1.10 One pound of Texo Wax or Parawax, 10c Jelly Tumblers and Stone Crocks. Cherries for Canning. Order your Cherries now and we will et them for you. The Cherries o by very quickly so don't delay ; the price is reasonable this year. THE F. D. L ADD CO.