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THE BARRE DAILY TIMES, RARRE, VT., WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 1922.
How to Make Cherry Jam By Ann Proctor Heretofore, only an expert could make cherry' jam, because the juice would not "jell." Now the finest cherry jam you ever tasted chock full of the natural ripe color and flavor "-can he made at home within a few minutes 'after the, cherries .are washed and pit ted. I use the "'Certo Process" be cause it take? only-one minute's boil ing', thus saving flavor and color never fails; and is cheaper because I ret 60 per cent more jam from the same amount of cherries. Certo Recipe' for Cherry .Jam: Use sour cherries only, for finest flavor. Stem, pit and thoroughly crush about -Z'3i lbs. fruit. Measure 4 level cups (2 fbs.) crushed cherries into large kettle and Hdd V cup water. Tie. 2 heaping tablepoonfuls pit in cotton cloth and crush with hammer. Place In kettle with cherries, stir till boil ing, cover kettle, simmer IS minutes, then , remove pit. Add .9 leveled cups f.1'A lbs.) suear and mix . well. Stir mixture hard and constantly and bring to a vigorous boil over hottest ; fire. Boil hard one full minute, stirring" nn finually. Remove from fire add , 1 bottle (scant dipt Certo, stirring it in well. From time jam is taken off Are let stand 5 minutes only, by the clock, before pouring. In the meantime skim and stir occasionally to cool slightly. Then pour quickly. This 'makes about, 11 .half-pound glasses of jam, For cherry jelly reci pe; see Certo Book of Recipes. Important: Be'st way to seal Jams and Jellies in open glasses. Cover while hot with thin eoat hot paraffin. Xt day add tablespoon ful hot paraffin to seal cracks around edge formed by shrinkage on cooling. By this short "Certo Process' you save all the color and flavor. Time and worry are Bared and you have 5 lbs. of jam from 2Vt lbs. of cherru'; and the cost with cherries at 15 cents a pound and Or sugar is only about 9 cents per half-pound glass. j The above recipe and many others i for making delicious jellies and jams ; from all fruits by the "Certo Process" is found in the Certo Book of Recipes, a. copy of which . will be given to you by your grower or druggist when you get Certo. Kxtra copies will be went free if vou write to the Pectin Hales Co., Ine!, Dept. 120; Rochester, X. Y. Use Certo this year in-making all your jams awl jellies, .it, saves time, Worrv and boiling in a hot kitchen. The , '"Cert Process" never fails ml saves money because you make half as much more jam from the same amount of fruit.-. Certo jams and jel lies keep perfectly. Adv. ORANGE Natalie Gauthier, the Bride of Louis N. King Sunday Afternoon. A quiet wedding took plliee on Sun day afternoon. July 2, at 4 o'clock, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred (imith ier of Orange, when their daughter, Natalie, - wa united in marriage to Louis Nelson King, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. King" of Lewistou, Me., by Rev. Amos ,1. Lord, pastor of the Orange Congregational " church, the double ring service being ued.. Only the family and a few friends , were present. After, the service, a , wedding lunch eon was served, which consisted of ice cream and cake. ' , , .. . ... The bride ts the, daughter of one of the well known and highly respected fami lies of Orange, and is well known here and a former student of Ooddard seminary. .Mr. King is a printer by trade in- Lcwiston, Me., and a youn man of pleasing personality. '; Mr. and Mrs. King left by auto.for jp.ast orange, the home ot Mrs. Mng sister, Mrs. Murley Welch, from whir place thev will to on an extended wedidng trip. , . 4 : . '':' John Peake has visited his grand father, O. A. Badger of Last Montpc itr, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Rocerg and 1w children have been spending the past two weeks ; with relatives in Xe Hampshire. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peake und C. I. Peake and family were in Burlington Saturday, , Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Aiken visited i Barre last Wednesday and Thursday Miss Nathalie Gauthier. is home for a short visit. , Friday, July 7, will be children niaht at the irrange. Ladies wi please bring cake. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Eastman of j West Topsham visited ata F. A. Fast man s bunday. , Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cave are at thei old home for a time. r , STRAFFORD OUR ANCESTORS TREATED CONSTIPATION NATURALLY CHELSEA WAITS RIVER Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Riddlcsden of Amsterdam. N. V.. are visiting licr sis ter, Mrs. Roscoe B. HooL - Mr. and Mrs, (ieorge MeDulFee' spent the week end in Washington. The Craig brothers are. repairing their buildings at Riverview. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hood and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo flood and daughter. Lena .1.. called Monday on Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hood of East Topsham Miss Lena West of North Adams Mass., is spending a part of her vaca tion with iier mother here. Mr, L. I). Jones, of Cambridge, Mass is boarding at "The Green Roof" for the summer. Her daughter,' Miss Mary Jones, is spending a few days in town Mr. and Mrs. Leon Moore are guests of Mrs. K E." Drown. Mr. Crocker returned the first of the week to his business in Le Rov,( N. V.. leaving h'is family here for the sum mer. Little John Crocker is entertain ing the measles at present, and undT the case of Dr. Marshall. .Mr. ana Airs'. Hortman. wiio have 4ust. opened the "Grecndale Tea House" at Enfield, N, If., were gnosis at . F. Chandlers cm Sunday. Krne-it Bruce of Claremont, N. II., and Mr. and Mrs. Rule of Wilder were recent guests, at the home of H. ). Bu nee. H, L, Hateh and daughter of Riin dolph and Mfv and Mrs. ti. M. Moore and J. W. TysVl of this place were in ells River recent Iv on business. The dam which held the swimming pool, at the camp went out in the shower of last Thursday morning, this being the second time within a tew weeks. . , Mies Elsie Iong is' the guest of Mit Evelyn Joslin. Birney L. Hall or Burlington was in . la-it week and sold his propertv ' in South Strafford village to Mr. and Little Natalie Mcuunee was at tne Mrs. Charles Linton, who will soon Barre hospital for treatment recently, take possession. At- Mr. : Fiifi.n Follow, and Supt. Ralph B. family of Burlington called on friend here Sunday.- . Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Batten spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Batten. "Miss Emma Ball of Tunbridge is spending her vacation with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Carter of Barre called Tuesday on - Mrs. Wilfred Boudelas, bringing her son, John Lincoln, with them. . - Most of Your Troubles have never arrived. Worry is worse than actual happenings. Insure turns disaster wrong side out and makes a ladder out of a hole. It saves mony all the time it serve. National Life Ins. Co. of Vt. (Mutual). S. S. Bal lard, general agent, 45 State street, Montpolier; G. J. Seager, local representative. Low has completed his work in this district and has re turned to Massachusetts. . - Mrs. Margaret Gos is with her mother, Mrs. Lena Crary, for the pres ent. 4 Fred P. Morrill is calling on ft'd friends in town . j . Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Sykes of Evan ston, 111., Who are in Dorset for the summer, were visitors in town the first of the week. Mrs. Arthur Wilson spent a short time with her family here recently. Cards are out announcing the ma.-. riag of Miss Winifred Lewis to W. M. Jackson of Randolph on June 28th. PLAINFIELD . Constipation is ns old as the world. Most people must fight it from oirth to death. Some use harsh cathartics, or metallic drugs, that force relief, but do not strengthen ,the organs so that j they perform their functions normally. Our early ancestors turned to Na ture for pleasant relief. From herbs, barks, roots and leaves blessed vith laxative properties, they preparell a pleasant, effective extract. Such a remedv as our forefathers made is Ir. -f rue's EHxir, the True Family Laxative and worm Expeller. Pre scribed for his patients originally wv enty-one years ago, by Dr. J. F. True, a conscientious Maine country doctor, it has become a household favorite. Contains no metallic drugs just pure extracts that purify the' bowels as thev cleanse. I'srd over 70 years, 40c H0--$l.i0.-rAdv. NORTH MONTPELIER Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Nye have re turned from their trip to Connecti cut, where they visitetd their daugh ter, Mrs Arthur Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Emery were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Emery Sundav. , Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. Morrill have sold their small farm on the '.vest hill to William Jansma, who purchases for a' home. . A few herds of cattle were tested in town lust week and lis a result one reactor was found in Mrs. Alice But ton's herd; one in V. Clinton Bowen'; two in Julien R. Slack's, and three in John Dovle's. The seven 'head were shipped "to, market" Saturday. Ir. and- Mrs. William V. Underbill were called, to Wilder Tuesday pf last week to attend the funeral of the for mer's uncle, Chester D. t lough, who some years ago was a resident bore. The venerable A. - W, Whitney, now 00 years old, not only enjoys'' reason ably good health, but al;o enjoys being the oldest active creamery mamigpr in the lniteStatcs. V Mrs. Harry R. Wishart of Winonrki, with her daughter. Margaret, were guests last week of the former's moth er, Gvkc? Bixby. Miss Esther Allen of Norwich, Conn., spent several days in town recently as a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. t John M. Comstock. , Rev. Carl H. Corwin of West Tampa, j Fla., is lisiting friends in town, and I is the guest of his mother, Madam i Ellen Corwin. , 1 Among those from out of town who were here nn business f-ftturdav were 1 James A. Stacey of White River June- 1 ONE HUNDRED SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT , OF The Monlpclier Savings Bank and Trust Company Montpcllcr, Vt, July 1st 1922 RESOURCES Loans secured by First Mortgage 52,659,066.27 Loans personal and secured by col lateral 387,267.97 United States Bonds 431,900.00 Public Utilities Bond3 .......' Municipal Bonds War Savings Stamps . LIABILITIES Capital Stock 100,000.00 Surplus reserved 200,000.00 Undivided Trofits -..!... i $22,572.88 Trust Fund Guaranty .... 69,147.23 National Bank Stock . . Cash on hand-arid" due agents Trust Investments from Reserve 183,000.00 797,900.00 , 279,163.54 360,553.20 Deposits Treasurers' Checks Outstanding 95th Dividend ................ Bills payable ........... i i .. . Trust Funds '. 1 'inn Hitrrri I v in an nf T mi Virt4 cm unsi , the vaca- ca mp a here in the place to spend tion. . Ed. Hilliis was home from day or two last week. Mrs. Arthur Templeton and son Earl, Lsura Stoddard and Joe Per-j sons were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.! Penniss Gray in Claremont, Jf. V., over the Fourth. Erwin Aiken of East Barre was at his cottage here over Sunday, Mrs. Ruth H. Dwinell visitted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Pitkin, Sun dav. Mr, and Mrs. Prar and Miss Lillian Kelley called on friends in town Satur- dav. Mrs. Nora Keith celebrated her birthday Sunday. Her friends are vetv glitd to know she is very much im proved in health. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowen were in Hardwick Sundav. calling on Rev. William Craig and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lawliss and fami- ClinUm A.; Adams of Post Mills. The heavy showers of last week did much damage to highways in town and washed out a bridge on the West Cor inth road near George F. (.rrifhnV farm. MjM. Annette M, Parmalee of Enos burg Falls was' in town a few days last week as th guest of her sister, Mrs.Demia M. Djensmore. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Tutherlv, who spent the winter and spring in Claremont, X. 11., have' returned to town and are again settled on their farm just above the village. At a recent meeting of those partic ularly interested in the coming rhau- taitiiiiM, the following officers were (elected: President, Edward B. Hatch: vice-president,. Mrs. Ernest A. Corwin; secretary, John Ji. (.'omstock; treasur er, George Titus; junior superintend ent, Mrs. Hale K. Purling; assistant junior superintendent. Miss Ruth Bur-, gessj chairman, tickrtcommittee, Mr. .Sarah Hatch; chairman, advertising committee, Mrs. Guy A. Buck; clwir- man,, grounds committee, George Fi 1 be held ly of Barre were in the nlace Sundav. Miss Beatrice Duuiictte has Flint. The Chautauqua will finished'work in the mill and none to '"" on Jf,',.V 19 -'0-21-22, her home in (Jraniteville. ' P Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Cros and Miss Marv Foster of Montnelicr was children left Saturday for Richmond , . . . - ween-enu guest or Miss Carrie -nib RESOURCES Investments under terms of Trust i Deposits in Bank3 $5,138,284.93 . TRUST DEPARTMENT 91,720.11 .4,223,966.90 . 7,014.77 . 5,000.00 150.000.00 360,553.20 $5,138,284:93 and ..$360,553.20 T TATJTT TTTTCG Trust Funds held under order of Court and otherwise .?360,553.2C Money deposited on or before July will draw interest from July 1 13 TRUSTEES CHARLES F. LOWE, WILLIAM S. SMITH, DR. W. v D. K. LILLIE OFFICERS CHARLES F. LOWE, President -W., BROCK. W. H. MARTIN, W. W. BROCK, Vice-President. WILLIAM S. SMITH, Treasurer HARRISON G. WOODRUFF, Secretary and Trust Officer JOHN T. AVERILL, Assistant Treasurer hejSioixipclier $j4 lriist onip my "9Tw (Xd l3ank OriVfw Gortier Morjfpelter,hriiiOTif. Depository Of The State Of Vermont ley. Mr. arid Mrs T. J. Sullivan and son, lames, of Montnelier, were callers at Wesley Benjamin's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark of Marsh- uncle's Arthur Clark. ;n Maiwhfield Fred Coffrin spent the Fourth at his uncle's Arrhur Clark, in Marshfield. Mr. arid Mrs. Harry Martin and Marion were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. to visit friends for a week. The regular .meeting of the Eastrn Star , which according to sched.ile j would come on the evening of . July 4, has been postponed until .Tuesday etening. June. 11. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. McCue. vho have resided hre during the past th-ee years, left recently for Portland. ..Ic, wltere they will take up their residence. The tenement which they have occu pied over Oliver E. Burgess' otore has taken nv Mr, RANDOLPH ' htfn takfn hv aiul Mr. liVorMrrf Arthur Corliss visileflf Ti t f i a it-lift -1 II t ulit rinaAi)Ciiin in i )i t Bert Corliss' Sunday. near' "future. Kli.aleth Stoddard and Marion Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Orange- of in visited -at Mrs. hditar Stoddard's : Soul h Tasadena. tl.. who are viiti.i2 Wednesday of last week. i their old home town. Williamstown. Mrs. Walter Copeland was at lier'ealled on friends liere last week. Mr. X. Throw up vour hands and pass voi fifty-cent pieces to the Kellie Gill VAf rr and see the funniest show of the sea son,, ' Too Many Crook," MainfieH July 8. Dancing after the show. adv Set Contents 15TiuidDractmj If For Infants and Children. iM - Genuine Castoria " t k"tCOHOI.-S PEH CT. .i V' t ncfther Orfim.Morprane n Hincral Notkahwv 1 t,tKfntrJrmc(fyfcf I wid Fcvrfiscr. f j unerring WTCifw ..r. tract Ofy of Wrafpet. Always Bears tho Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA vt cchtmhi mtwr, mew vara errr. mother the last of lirUt week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Foster were the uests of Mr. ami Mrs. Arch. Person .Sundav.1 Mrs. Finest Richott of Claremont. H., is visiting at lir father's". Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bumnu of Fust Calais visited at Kd Xve'a last eek Tuelay Mrs. I.rry and M r. Thaver of Barre were week end diesis at Pcrler I field's. Misses Bertha und Hattie Johnson ere in Barre Saturday, Mr. and Irs. Kdward Walker and Mr. and Mr. Harry Martin were in Barre Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chapin were in abot Sundav. Kthel Neil has finished work in the mill and gone to her home in Calais. Mr. and Mrs. ('. H. Clark ere the iest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pray Sun- ay. and Mrs. Granger live ne$r neighlxus to our former townsfolk, the Emery, and re-pirt them as well and enjoying life in their California home. WATER BURY Children's day at the Methidit F.piscopal church brought large num bers out. The Congregational ehur"h is rinsed for vacation and the r'jruUr attendants there augmented theeonjre gation. It was a great day for Meth odism in this seetion. There were . infant baptisms'. 2 from three to ten years ot e and 2 adults. The pas tor, Rev. William Hessi-1, was assisted hy Rev. W. C. 'Johnson of Derby, a former pastor, and Rev. M. M. Thom berg of Stonham, Mass. In the eve ning a strong sermon was preached by Mr. Johnson. While in own -Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, who were gesta of Mr. Annette Spencer, were most eordiajlv greeted bv their old friendi and parishioners. Mr. and Mrs. F.dwin Inh of l-n- derhill were suest this week of Mr. and Mr. Walter Irih. Edwin Irish and Miss Anna L. Bogue of Cambridge were married Saturday evening at the Methodist Epi-opal chudeh in Willis- ton bv Rev. iliiam H. Marshall. E. Huntley Palmer, who has work with the state forestrv department this summer, is now at Townshend in the pine blister rtist work. Two other Norwich boys are working in the same group. Edwin F. ralmer remains about the same. WW TO-DAY ONLY William Fo Present! PEARL WHITE ' in "WITHOUT FEAR" A romance of a Soci-'ty Hofhou-c Rose and a Mushroom Millionaire. Also "Straight From the Farm"; Comedy nd ' "The Family Album" The Fourth in this town was like ."Sunday in iti stillness and nothing was doing all day. Many were out of town, and others went to plains, where there were fami!yVgtherings. Mrs. Howard Holden underwent an operation at the sanatorium on Mon day for a serious rase 'of appendicitis, and was as well as could be expected at the last accounts. Mrs. Holdn has had similar attacks in the time past, but this a a ease that required im mediate attention. Miss Marv DnBois, who has been at the sanatorium for surgical treatment.! has eone to her home in improved health. Mrs. E. (i. Ham, lo there! for treatment, has gone to her home. Nupt. and Mrs. (i. W. Patterson left for Boston Monday, where they will attend the national education conven tion, after which they will return he.e for a few days before going to Rocics ter, X. Y., to enjoy their vacation. Mrs. M. W. Whited of Rochester i here passing several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. (i. W. Patterson. - ROCHESTER . At the recent ball game between Rochester and Warren", the score was 1 to 0 in favor of Rochester. A shower was given Miss Evelyn Harvey Wednesday afternoon in honor of her approaching marriage to Henry Hubbard. . In"" the thunder shower Wednesday evening, lightning struck thebi-n of Charles Chamberlin and it was burned le Lc I I . . . 1 y IJ Beauty Unsurpassed Tb wondarfallr rclad pearly white complioa rendered, brings backtha sppcarsnca of youth. Re sults art instant H'jhly antiseptic. Eitrts a soft ami soothing action. Over 73 years ia use -SnJ 13 c. tor Trial Sta rilD. T.HOPKIWSA SON KSWiarkUly to the ground. The .stock was removed and the farming tools. The loss is covered by insurance. Mrs. Fred Whitniore parsed away Thursday morning, after a long illness and much suffering. Miss Susie Jewett of Granville is working in the A. & P. store. Ralph Carey has received the ap pointment as rural carrier on route 1. Mrs. Guy Wilson of Bethel has been a recent guest erf her daughter, Mrs. Robert Bundy. Miss Bervl Wing is working in Bur- lington. ' Harry Henry of Yonkers, X'. V., is visiting relatives in town. Dr. McSweeney of Burlington was called .here recently in consultation ' 111, I lr I V l orrio m i n 1 1. ... ,.f Mrs." Albert Hill, who ia seriously ill. Fayette Kezer - and Miss - Vudet Oakes wfl married in Boston June 20. The bride has spent several summers in Rochester, at- the Dr. C. W. Emer son farm. The groom is employed in the' store of Jordan, Marsh Co. Kindergarten work will be carried on in Rochester this summer, beginning July . The park will be used as a' nlavproiind. a new annaratua heme' ghen by Mrs. Julia Pierce. fcfl Revised Adjective. "Gur.zler only allow his bosom friends to enter his cellar." "His boozem friends, you mean."-- Don't let a poor skin spoil your pleasure Rssinol can heal ihce Blotches aw! make your skin more beautiful RESItiOI. Soolhinq And Helinq T wo : Sides o f Turnover TO-MORROW i ' 1" J HANCOCK C. C. Hubbard is improving from his long illness and i able to sit out on the porch for a short time. Ora Hook of Stoneham. Mass.. is a guet of his sister, Mrs. Herbert Whit- nev. Arthur LeBar lost his horse one dav last week.. Someone left the gate t the pa'ure open end the horse wan dered into an old bu'Kims and broke through the floor, being so badlr in jured it had to be killed. Mrs. Lron (laffin and two children of IVnnmeton. X. H.. are guests of her grandmother, Mrs. Caroline Marsh. Arthur LeRar has sold his place to' Mr. and Mrs. Earle Hubbard nf Rochester. Possession ill be rin' JuIt l.i. Doiph Fsrr of Stotieham. Ms., is a giir-t at l-srrs. Miss Alire Rmbot of Midlo'w has ben a rent mit at Arthne IjeBsr's Mr ao Mr. IJord Church were in Burl.rgtsB rent'v." I a. efETHEp i j) j or; the Defense n it It 9t V T X ' i-T . 0 V t Here's lli lat word in mvter dramas! FHI"w it br"at.!cs to i.v next to the lat eerond and yo't'l.' nper gues te out"om. Then break its ers'hini: dsrin? rhmn. At pti from the great stsge pU of the tax name. Hare yea heard Mr. How at the cr fsa? If net, tub hire miseej a tre&t Hear him to-day. The alert businessman dealing with present day conditions knows that the big word to-day is "Turnover." Whether he be a merchant, manufac turer, jobber, or banker, he sees that one thing with a clear vision unbiased by the limits of his own business. It is in the air, and on the tip of every tongue. . And yet manv of them entirelv w ax a too many are thinking on only one side of Turnover. They think of it as meaning rapiri selling putting money in and getting it out quickly and at a profit. They realize that they nv.ist ' put greatly increased efforts beck of all their plans for selling and dis tribution. The other half of Turnover is. Le consumer. All selling plans and efforts fail if the consumer doesn't want to buyr His desire for the product must be created. He must meet the seller half way. He must be in a mood to buy before the salesman meets him across the counter. That is the function of Advertising Published by the Ban Daily Time,' a ca-operatio witfe The America! Assaeutioa of Advertisui Aiacii f . . . . to create consumer demand and consumer preference. With this de mand as a fact all selling plans. have a chance to succeed. Without it they fail. The only chance for salesman ship to succeed without an existing demand is for salesmanship to assume x the task that belongs ' to advertising the task of creating demand. : If the present efforts that are being put into selling were amply supported " by a corresponding effort to create consumer demand . through Advertis ing, the business conditions of this country would be rapidly changed into an era of great prosperity in spite of Old World conditions and ev erything else. The proof of this is in the fact that right now, under these very con ditions, the manufacturers who are putting, prpper. emphasis .on creating a demand for their product, as well as selling it, are. doing a big business snd are actually getting the high turnover that others are trying to strenuously to get through intensive selling,