The Bangor Daily News from Bangor, Maine on March 10, 1922 · 7
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The Bangor Daily News from Bangor, Maine · 7

Bangor, Maine
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Friday, March 10, 1922
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SYRUP PEPSIN IN OLD AGE FORT FAIRFIELD Mil HOULTON inch used by elderly people for constipation biliousness head aches etc TUT ANY men end women as AVA they grow older suffer constantlyfrom little ills The purl cause is the poisons produced by chronic constipation resulting in headaches depression bloating sour stomach bad breath etc A single bottle of Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin will prove to you that you can so regulate yourself that elimination will occur promptly every day Increased doses are not necessary It is a combination of Egyptian Senna and other simple laxative herbs with pepsin The cost is only about a cent a dose Social Affairs for the Week — Local and Personal Mention Newsy Items from This Hustling Aroostook County Town Items of General Interest to Readers in This Section — Local News Local and Personal Mention of Interest to Residents in This Section a (Prop! Our Regular Correspondent) (From Our Regular Correspondent ) (From Our Regular Correspondent) (From Our Regular Correspondent) FORT FAIRFIELD March 9— Mrs George French entertained the and is today the largest selling liquid laxative in the world the formula has never been im proved upon It is safer and better for you than salts minerals calomel coal tar and such drastic purgatives Half 'Ounce Bottle Free In spite of the fact that Dr Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin has been on the market 30 years F ew escape constipation to even If you do not require a laxative at (Hi moment let me tend you a Half-ounce Trial Pepsin FREB have it f Bottle E OF CHARQB to c& y when needed Simply ten d jour name and adJrtn to Dr W B Caldwell 314 Washington St Montkello IB Write me today yrge H Howe' New Postmaster — Cellars Flooded Water and Snow by rom Our Regular Correspondent) IBOU March 9 — The warrant Mrs R S Nickels conducted a spelling match using the old epelllng book of 1869 The president of the Congregational Society served as one captain while Mrs Abble Strout president of the Baptist society served as the second Mrs Josie 0 Nash and Mrs Esther Sproul were finally the two left standing Mrs Sproul going down on a difficult word Mrs Nash carrying off the honors The gentlemen came In at supper time The hostesses had small tables arranged for four or five guests A deliciouF supper was served consisting of ir the town of Woodland has been ted and contain ji articles This which borders onto the town of sandwiched cottVerplcWerr'cheesel ou Is one in which our citizens assorted cakes Mueic was furnished a eal °5 ”ere8t n by Mr and Mrs Percy Wakefield -bou Is a natural trading center ftnd son chftrleg Wakefleid dp until ten years ago when the etrio road was built Into Wood-ad a big part of their shipping was Be here also They are a progrea-and up to date farming com-alty George H Howe the newly ap-Inted postmaster tor the town of Ibou took over the office on Wednesday March 1st Mr Howe i driven the rural mall delivery for ate No g since the beginning out seventeen years ago and was popular with all the people ag the route He has been a resl-It of the town about forty years lunulas had starch end lumber Interior some years Though not ag an active politiclah Mr Howe always been a staunch Republl-and considering bis adaptability the office owing to hts long gov-aent service education and 1 personality the appointment a Republican administration i the approval of the entire com-aunity Mr and Mrs J CL Wight of Ash-ad have moved to town Wednesday morning just before a large stream of water and aw fifteen feet wide and at least feet deep swept down from H Collins' field filling Prospect treat running down across Sweden rest flooding McNeal's stable and ling the cellar of the Farrell block ailed with snow and water A rge amount of damage was done to ils of C J Tornquist and son and Foe Tuck The heating plant was it out of commission and the full aount of damage cannot be de- Many of the company went to the basketball game at 730 The gasolene pump at the store of Matthews & Plneo has been repaired this week The town books are closed this week and reports sent to the printers to be ready for the annual town meeting Monday March 27 A severe rain visited this section Tuesday night which has spoiled sledding Mud and slush were prevalent in places It has been a fine winter for business teams having been employed In conveying pulp-wood and logs since November Auto trucks have also been usedmost of the time JONESBORO JONESBORO March 9— Mrs William Norton and child returned home from Boston Friday where she was called the week before by the death of ber grandchild Miss Edith White who Is employed as waitress in the Soldiers’ Home at Togus la spending a week with her parents Mr and Mrs Cal-mon White Mrs Ara Oilman entertained the Orange Aid Society on Thursday and also the Merry W’orkers Club last week and Mtb liana Schoppee has also been a recent hostess of the Q A S H L and G H Marston of Rlver-vlew farms ara loading a car at the station with turnips There was & Republican caucus at Look Bros’ last week to choose a delegate to send to the convention Fermi tied u nil lThe water has all and also to choose a town commit- Jralned out Owing to the big thaw the country tee w There was a good attendance at ds were almost impassible on (he basketball game Friday night be- ednesday The school teams were tween the high school team and the led up and very few scholars came 1 Kennebec All Stars It has been a “ it-- — f Anmnmnr nmnnw Inn onar n on the electrics Water entered ae of the cellars of the fctores on Sweden street doing a small amount of damage The gutters and in some matter of comment among the spectators of the games of too much rough house and too little regard for rules on the part of the home team laces the sidewalks were filled with t0 make a aue a real sPort laces the sidewalks were filled with ! The various lce hou8eB ark being rater making it next to Impossible Ifor one to go out without getting wet feet No potatoes were hauled in am the country during the day Ownlg to a shortage of planks rork on the Aroostook river bridge rae suspended The ice on the river I ras considered unsafe for teams so lit waa deemed best to open the bridge Sr travel filled Leland Grant is home from the woods Mrs Clyde Fish and Mrs Charles McLaughlin returned from Calais Saturday leaving Mr Fish who is a patient in Dr Miner’s hospital as comfortable as could be expected Miss Heien Allen a nurse from Dr Miner’s hospital was a recent guest of Miss Edrie Whitney I The Orange met in regular session Saturday evening with a good at- CHERR YFI ELD March 9 — The tendance and an excellent program alar meeting of the Woman’s Re- was given and much enjoyed tif Corps waa held on Tuesday a party of friends from Macblas fternoon After the business ses- recently enjoyed a sleigh ride to the an the following program was In observance of Washington's Irthday and arranged by the pa-3 tic instructor Mrs Sibyl Leigh-on Quotations from Washington ktrlotic piano selections Mrs Josie igton (Takefleld paper When Washing a Boy Mrs Lila Tucker paper Washington Man and General Mrs lennie Wilson reading Declaration lof Independence Mrs Abble Strout lainglng America followed by flag llialute Mr and Mrs Frank McDevItt of lAddlson are guests of Mr and Mrs I David C Monohon The ladies of the Baptist Sewing da gave a thimble party at the lehurch on Wednesday afternoon I Twelve ladles had charge each in-Ivlting guests The church parlors rere decorated In flags of various atlons After the ladies assembled home of Mr and Mrs George Marston WEST FRANKLIN Miss Ola Smith who teaches school at Sangervllle Is spending her vacation with her parents Donald Merchant has returned home after spending the winter with his grandparents Mr and Mrs Fred Abbott Quite a number of people have been confined to the house with the grip the past week Mrs R H Williams returned home Friday after spending the week in Bangor Schools begin Monday March 6 Mr Haskell of Steuben teaches the grammar school and Miss Turner the primary They both board at E W Hastings’ A Quick and Harmless Rheumatic Remedy Rheuma Release from Suffering Rheumatic Victim Who Thought Nothing Would Give Relief — It Will Do a Much for You or Money Refunded 8 fair to yourself you sufferer from smatlsm no Inatter what form Get from your druggist a package of um the guaranteed prescription the entire bottle and If you don't nk It baa given you Quick and eure ‘ aay eo and you can have your beak ift that a fair offer? Can you eee F deceit about It? What chance do take? Absolutely none Then get a bottle of Rheuma today a reputable nhvslclnn’s presorlp-altogether different from reme-usuallv prescribed free from jtlce and perfectly harmless he ii me acts on the kidneys and to force the urio acid from the ' Joints and other lodging It should please you in a (lay and make you hopeful and happy In a week What It did for this sufferer It should do for you Caldwell Sweet Drug Store will supply you and guarantee money back If it falls “I have been laid up for one year with chrolnlc anthritls I had doctors galore also spent four months tn the sanitarium at Troy N Y but had practically no relief Then I started taking Rheuma I have now taken live bottles and can go without crutches or other aid which I oould not do for the last nine month I highly recommend It and would gladly answer any questions asked on receipt of stamp for postage This letter may be published as a benefit to sufferers from rheumatism in any form” — Thomas H Eddy fifchuyler-vllle N Yr-Adri C C A on Tuesday afternoon A pleasant time was enjoyed by the ladies The next meeting will be with Mrs H D Stevens High street On the evening of St Patrick’s day March 17 there will be a dance at Libby's dance hall Fort Fairfield under the auspices of Walter Lovely Post No 27 Dance will open at 830 sharp Music will be furnished by Beck's orchestra Tickets gentlemen fl ladles 60 cents No war tax Rev H Smith Dow returned home Monday from Lower Brighton N B where he attended the Reformed Baptist Quarterly meeting The Methodist Ladles’ Aid Society met on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Katherine Abbott Presque Isle street There was a good attendaface In Bpite of the bad condition of the streets caused by the big thaw A fine supper was served The next meeting will be on Thursday March 16 at the church veBtries when the gentlemen will be invited and all will come together to meet the district superintendent Rev Thomas Whtteslae of Bangor who will be present to hold the Fourth Quarterly Conference The Makrlsto Club was entertained on Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs H H Osterhout A nice time was enjoyed and delicious refreshments served There was a good attendance The next meeting will be at the parsonage with Mrs O J Gilbert Bethel Baptist Ladles’ Aid Society did not meet on Wednesday on account of the streets being almost impassable The meeting will be held next week with Mrs C E Jones Elm street The village schools did not keep open Wednesday forenoon as the walks were too wet for the pupila to get to the schoolhouse in safety The afternoon session was held as usual however The rain on Tuesday night following the warm winds of Tuesday caused one of the biggest thaws ever seen in these parts The water stood in great ponds wherever the land was a little low At the foot of Libby Hill the water overflowed the street and sidewalk getting into Peterson’s garage and doing quite a little mischief When it was drained away from the garage It flowed down Into Rex Oellerson’s building entering hi cellar and doing much damage as he had potatoes stored there Men were set to work early digging 'drains and working to clear the walks and streets of water Wednesday at noon thing were cleaned up much better so that the schools opened for their afternoon session It beawne colder toward night and the roads were freezing a little by sundown much to the satisfaction of all Mrs Roy Emerson of Bangor arrived in town Tuesday and has accepted a position with the Aroostook Tel & Tel Co In the local office Mrs Emerson was formerly Miss Fern McTague and five or six years ago she was an employee In the local office here Mrs Ida Gannett who has been staying at the home of Mr and Mrs John Houghton for several months has gone to the home of her Bister Mrs George Goodrich Robie to stay for a time Mrs Bruce Ervin and Mrs Julia Sutton of Andover N B spent Tuesday visiting Mrs William Trafford of thiB town The Woman's Alliance met Tuesday with Mrs Emily Guild Nice refreshments were served The next meeting will be held with Mrs Wm Spear Mrs Walter Achorn went to Washburn the last of the week to visit relatives and to attend Aroostook Pomona Grange on Saturday C M Towle has been sick this week with a cold The Priscilla Club met with Mrs C A Powers at the Plymouth Hotel on Vednesday afternoon A very nice afternoon was pent and a good amount of work accomplished It was decided to hold the meeting hereafter on Thursday the next meeting to be held on Thursday March 23 with Mr Alice Fisher Riverside avenue The Poilyana Club did not meet this week but will meet next week with Mrs A D Lamson EASTPORT EASTPORT March 9— Following the rain Tuesday there re many bare spots in all parts of this Island city where an abundance of snow and Ice had been seen since November but an early spring Is predicted by those who follow signs every season and often make satisfactory guesses The annual speaking contest of members of Shead high school will be conducted Friday evening at their large auditorium which promises to attract a very large audience and an evening of enjoyment 1 looked for since those expecting to compete fo the prizes and honor have had considerable careful rehearsals during the past year and the best orators of the school will be on the pl&tfornu Music will be furnished by Uneeda jazz orchestra and dancing will be had later In the evening Many tickets have already been sold for the contest and other can be secured from pupils The last free open air Ice skating of the season has been enjoyed this week by many young folks on Lily pond and will continue while the ice Is In condition but Just a year ago this week the last skating on Ice was had here Rev Fr Charles Brown of St Joseph’s Catholic church announce only one mass for next Sunday morning at 8:80 a m as he will make tha 12 mile trip to the Pembroke pariah for regular monthly services about 11 o’clock Captain James Stanley a prosperous and prominent Canadian of Deer Island N B 'five miles down the harbor died recently at his home after a short Illness aged 68 years He was well known In this city where he had been a frequent visitor for many year PRESQUE ISLE March 9— The Up and Coming Club of the United Baptist church will meet Monday evening March 13 with Mr Storer Boone on Coburn avenue The Ladles’ Aid of the Congregational church will hold their next regular meeting with Mrs George Gartley on State street The ladles of the St John's church will hold a food and candy sale at the home of Mrs E W Fernald on Third street Friday March 17 Keep in mind the date Mr and Mra Hiram Rose pleas antly entertained a party of young people at a birthday party recently given In honor of Miss" Pearl Gould and Mr Norman Smith The evening was spent In plsylng bridge and de ltcious refreshments of ice cream cake sandwiches and hot coffee were served by the hostess The occasion was a very enjoyable one The second Library Permanent Fund entertainment was held In the Perry Theatre on Tuesday evening This entertainment The Zedeler Symphonic Quintet was highly appreciated by all music lovera who attended This famous concert company headed by Nicolai Zedler former cello soloist with the New York Symphony has popularized music of the masters This quintet consisting of violins cello piano and an especially constructed organ In-' terprets only the best In muBlc and those who had the pleasure of hearing these artists on Tuesday evening were delightfully entertained The third and last entertainment In this library course will be given in the Perry Theatre on April the 14th by the Henry Company Few musicians have enjoyed the success which has been Henry’s the past few seasons He Is recognised today as one at the head of hts profession for his program is not only s standard magic entertainment but it possesses distinctively original features which are seldom enjoyed by Lyceum folks In addition to the mysterious snd unfathomable tricks for which he 1 noted Henry Is also an artist and bis lightning sketches in Colored crayons and sand will be thoroughly enjoyed “How does he do It?” the people ask as he passes rapidly from mystery to mystery from novelty to novelty and from surprise to surprise Remember April 14th and Henry will be pleased to demonstrate what people aay of him The Mooseleuk Club entertained the St Croix Club of Calais and the Moduxnkeag Club of Houlton on Wednesday Bfternoon and evening The guests were met at the morning and afternoon trains by the Mooseleuk Club band and In the evening a banquet was served to tbe visiting friends the Mooseleuk Club members their wives and other Invited guests There was a bowling tour nament In tbe afternoon and In the evening there waB dancing card playig and a general good time at the club rooms Further particulars will appear later Mrs Edward Gagnon entertained a party of twelve little people at her home on Blake street on Wednesday afternoon the occasion being her young son’s fifth birthday The little tots enjoyed the occasion and the pretty birthday cake and other good things were especially enjoyed Mr J H O’Connell Is receiving treatment at the Carney hospital South Boston HOULTON March 9— Seldom has a death occurred that caused as much turprlss as did that early Wednesday morning of Mrs Blaine Lincoln at the Aroostook Hospital Mra Lincoln gave birth to a baby girl about two weeks ago and her friends expected she would soon be able to retuVn to her home but complications set In and an operation was found necessary and to which she submitted Tuesday afternoon Mrs Lincoln before her marriage was Miss Venice Niles daughter of Edward Niles and she was born on May 17 1898 Her mother died when she was a baby and her aunt Mrs Fred Cox adopted her She was a yoqpg woman of pleasing personality and had many friends She attended the public schools and was a graduate of Ricker Classical Institute !h the class of 1917 Shq was married to Blaine Lincoln a prosperous farmer April 24 1918 Deep sympathy Is expressed for Mr and Mrs Cox and for her bereaved husband In his great aorrow Mrs F E Lougee of Gardiner was called here by the illness of her mother Mrs H E Hutchinson The heavy rain of Tuesday night carried off & great deal of the snow The going on the main streets of the town is neither sleding or wagoning Mrs A A Jones of Woodstock N B has been the guest of Mrs G R Ervin on the Highlands for a few days this week About 76 attended the supper given under the auspices of the Houlton Chamber of Commerce at Watson Hall on Wednesday evening The supper was provided by the women of the Congregational church and the object was to bring before the public an outline of what had been accomplished towards a new hotel for our town After the banquet cigars were passed and reports were then In order with Dr F W Mann chairman of the Houlton Chamber of Commerce presiding Tbe first speaker was Hon Charles P Barnes followed by Chas H Fogg editor of the Houlton Times also a member of the Maine Publicity Association both gentlemen expressing the peat nfeed of a hotel in the town of Houlton and showing plainly just what such a building would mean to our town They were followed by Hon Frank A Peabody L 8 Black Col F M Hume Fred L Putnam Mr Mercler E L Cleveland A E Astle and others each one plainly showing the great need of our town was a good- up-to-dats hotel The meeting was full of enthusiasm and from the interest Shown It Is expected hotel will be the outcome at an MACHIAB March 9— Mrs Henry Maynard prejident of the local W C T- TI on the occasion of her recent trip to Waterville to attend the W C T U convention spent a few days at the horn® of her brother Herbert Smith at Skowhegan Her mother Mrs Vina Smith Is Spending the winter there W G Means Sr rjslted Cherry-field Mllbrldge and Harrington on Tuesday In his capacity as a commercial traveler Mr and Mrs Richard Lawler and little granddaughter Mary LawlSr of Princeton left for home by morning train on Tuesday after a visit 1th Mrs Lawler’s sister Mrs Ivan 4 v WARNING I Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin q Tuell extending from the prevl- eerly date W S Lewln spoke about the new Eastern Maine railroad which looks so very promising at the present time 5 EAST CORINTH On Sunday March 12 at the United Baptist church Rev Mrs Violet Bagley of Kenduskeag will give an address under the auspices of the local W C T U Mrs Bagley Is a live wire and a full house Is expected as it is a union service and a cardial invitation is extended to all The W C T U will meet Wednesday afternoon March 8 at the home of Mrs Helen Bradbury All members are requested to be pres-ent Mrs D A Stevens of Presque Isle spent Sunday with ber brother P L Hoyt Mrs Bradbury and Mrs Sherman sisters of the late D A Stevens were also present According to the latest plan the doughboy Is to get his cash bonus by borrowing if Speaks Highly oi This Home Made Cough Remedy MOUNT DESERT The many friends of Miss Ruth Lampher who is a senior at E S N S at Castine and who has been serionsly ill of pneumonia are glad to hear that she Is Improving Captain Alton Brown of S S Mas-sasoit is at home for his annual vacation Mrs h Irene Somes was unable to come home to spend her vacation last week as expbeted on account of being 111 with a severe attack of influenza On Tuesday evening Feb 28th the members of Mount Desert Chapter O E S went by invitation to visit Jephthah Chapter at Southwest Harbor This being the twenty-fifth an-ttlversary of their Institution by Mt Desert Chapter who were duly commissioned to attend to that duty owing to the unavoidable absence of the grand officer A very enjoyable occasion Is reported A C Fernald who has been ill for several days is able to attend to the wants of his customers again Shepard Richardson who has been in Bar Harbor hospital for surgical treatment Is convalescing at tjie home of hls daughter Mrs Arthur Clement In Seal Harbor Miss Henrietta Fernald was the guest of Miss Dorothy Eames In Bangor for a few days last week leaving on Saturday for Belfast where she spent the week-end with her sister Catherine arriving in Boston early in the week when ghe resumed work in hoepltal training which she began in the fall Mrs Ida Leland who has employment in Bangor spent Saturday with her relatives here The friends and relatives here of Mrs Frank Allen of Greenville were gained to learn of her serious accident and hope for her speedy recovery Mrs Fred Somes Is confined to the house with a severe cold Says It Acts with Unusual Speed-Loosens the Mucus— Relieves the Irritation and Stops the Cough Costs Next to Nothing— for a Big Supply SAGE TEA BEAUTIFIES AND DARKENS HAIR Whenever anyone In my family catches cold and begin to oough and sneeae and hawk and breathe heavy It doean’t take me many minute to fix up a remedy that will drive away all such trouble In double quick time It's no secret — anyone can make Dont Stay Gray! It Darkens So Naturally That Nobody Can Tell UB 7 half pint of the finest cough medicine rw - in the world for a trifling sum Oet from any druggist one ounce of Parmlnt (double strength)— to this add a little granulated sugar and onough water to make one half pint — that’s all there is to It But now you've got a real medicine mind you — the first spoonful you take "acts directly on the membrane of the throat and nose the tickling ceases almost iSatantly — the Inflammation begins to disappear— up cornea the stubborn mucus and often In 24 hours every trace of the cough that frightened you Is gone -k I I g II VC UCiU y WM w MVW Its really remarkable how this home made remedy acts on the mucus membrane and that 1 one reason It Is so uranv nun mat i u i v helpful to thousand of Catarrh- sufferer — Advt NOTICE Marbie Monument and Grave Stone cleaned at reasonable price Work guaranteed Good reference Will do work In any town thl spring and summer Address order to LAWRENCE BROS- P O Box 10L Ortsn-t villa Maine tel tt-lfc You can turn gray faded hair beautifully dark and lustrous almost over night if you'll get a bottle of “Wyeth’ Sage and Sulphur Compound” m any drug store Millions of bottles of this old famous Sage Tea Recipe improved by the addition of other Ingredients are sold annually says a well-known druggist here because It darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that no one can tell it ha been applied Those whoa hair Is turning gray or becoming faded have a surprise awaiting them because after one or two applications the gray hair vanishes and your lock become luxuriously dark and beautiful This is the age of youth Gray-haired unattractive folks aren’t wanted aro(Mtk bo get busy with Wyeth’s Sage aha Sulphur Compound tonight and you'll be delighted with your dark handsome hair and your youthful appearance within few day— advt ons Friday Thomas O Mealy of River Point R I arrived Tuesday morning Hp made the trip because his sister Miss Florence M Mealy was critically ill Miss Mealy had been taken to the E M G hospital In Bangor by the 363 train on the previous afternoon Upon his arrival at Union station in Bangor on Tuesday morning he learned that his sister died less than an hpur before ao he came directly to the home of hls mother Mrs Jessie Mealy In Ma-chias Miss Ella Mealy of Water-town Mass and Joseph Mealy of Arlington Heights in that state sister and brother of the deceased came Wednesday morning on th train which brought the remains George Mealy of Portland who could not be located immediately after hls sister’s death has since received the sad news and waa expected to arrive by the 926 a m train Thursday when the hour of the funeral services at the residence on Dublin street Is 2 p m Rev Paul Weller of the Universallst church officiates' and W W Bucknam of E M Buck-nan? & Son Is funeral director On Sunday Feb 26 Mr and Mrs Alvra H Foss were privileged to hear two excellent sermons one by Rev J M Bieler at the Congrega t tonal church In the morning the other by Rev E E Small of East Machlas at the Hoyttown church In thfe afternoon They made the round trip to the latter place on foot accompanied by Miss Dorothy Puffer a student in the high school who with her mother Mrs E B Puffer of Columbia occupy apartments at their home on West street The three were Joined by Mrs J Stanley Whitehouse at her home Sheriff Tuell returned by a recent 863 p m train from a visit of several days in Calais and vicinity Mrs Irving Smith and little daughter are at their home on Pleasant street after a visit at Roque Island where her husband has employment Mr Smith came with them and remained for a few days Mrs John E Burns of Hoyttown was in Machlas village on Wednesday Mrs Burns Is again taking up the season’s soliciting for the Empire Wall Paper Co so she will b a frequent visitor here Miss Marlon Drlsko of Columbia Falls was a guest of Miss L Mae Brtdgham cousin of her late father W P Drlsko from Saturday afternoon to Monday morning She also visited relatives and friends who attend the Washington State Normal school She came from Dennysville where during the present school year she Is assistant In the high school and was en route to Columbia Falls to spend a two weeks’ vacation Miss Drlsko plans to visit Machias again next Monday to enjoy the class play of the normal school to be presented at Phenlx Opera House In the evening This young woman has completed her sophomore year in Colby College so has her twin sister Miss Mary Drlsko who Is an assistant in the Shead Memorial high school in East-port and will go to Columbia Falls later in the month for a short vacation Miss Drisko was accompanied during her recent abort visit to Ma-chias by her couain Miss Josephine V Allen a member of the freshman class of Columbia Falls high school who had joined her in Dennysville on Thursday evening The heavy rain of Tuesday night and the mild weather on Wednesday caused a very great reduction of the snow in fact it will not require very much more of such conditions to make bare places on the roads Tuesday night’s rain was accompanied by a very heavy wind Morris Holland the popular manager of the New York Bargain store ’the branch store of L Unobsky of Lubec Wft Monday evening for a stay of a week or more in that town He will have charge of the main store there while Mr Unobsky Is on a trip to New York to purchase goods Mrs H L Kllton the efficient clerk at the Machlas branch Is conducting the business here during Mr Holland's absence Miss Iona Swanton of Mllbrldge wa sa guest at the home of Mr and Mrs-H N Sanborn on Drlsko street from Saturday evening to Monday afternoon Miss Swanton is stenographer-typist at the law offices of Gray & Sawyer What promises to be a very interesting baske6all game has been arranged to take place at tbe Normal gym on Friday evening of this week The contest will be between the giris' team of the Normal and high schools It will be the flret game of the season for the Normal girl A very large attendance ia anticipated Unless you see the name “Bayer" on tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablet— Alio bottle of 24 and 100— Druggist Aspirin Is th Owl Buult of Bsyer Muwfaetor of Monosceticaddestsr of SsllefUaseld EAST MACHIAS Happenings of General Interest About Town — Personal Mention (From Our Regular Correspondent) EAST MACHIAS March 9— The Chelsea Gazette published In Chelsea Maes Feb 26 gave an interesting account of the way in which well-earned honors were showered upoq a native of this town In part the story of the evening is given below: “A delightful affair at Williams School Hall arranged by the Mother and Teachers’ Club of the Cary school last week Friday evening was ostensibly an entertainment but In reality a setting for a surprise arranged for the principal of the school Miss Adelaide Pierce” The writer goes on to describe the excellence with which many pupils carried out their assigned part vocal and Instrumental solos and special dances being much enjoyed and heartily encored by the audience Supt of Schools Fbank El Parlin and Mayor Quigley then made Interesting addresses “When the time arrived for th feature of the evening Mr Greenman announced that It waa necessary for Miss Pierce to come to the platform By the preplexed expression of Miss Pierce’s countenance as she compiled with the request It was evident she had not the remotest Idea of what was In store for her Mr Greenman addressing her spoke of the high esteem in which she Is held by the parents and her splendid work In behalf of the children He then presented her with a beautifully engrossed testimonial suitably framed In behalf of the Mothers and Teach' era’ Club When Mr Greenman concluded Mrs Sophia Greenman presented Miss Pierce with a box containing 40 in gold Mrs Carp the vice president followed and presented the principal with a large cluster of half-blown American Beauty roses In a fancy basket tied with red satin ribbon "Miss Pierce was visibly affected by the generosity and the loving thoughtfulness of the members of tbe club She expressed her gratitude end thanks In a heartfelt manner 1 cannot tell you how much I appreciate this testimonial she said There Is nothing in tbe world which would have pleased me more This Is what you think of me I want you to believe that I have your best Interest at heart the same as In all my associations with you I appreciate the flowers and the gold I can buy something with It to keep but tbe testimonial I shall ever have blforf me” Warm applause greeted her remarks At the conclusion of the program there was an informal reception for Miss Pierce The club has reason to be proud of the success of the whole affair The testimonial presented Miss Pierce reads as follows: “We the friends of Miss Adelaide Pierce and the parents of the children attending the Cary school desire to show our appreciation respect and love for her Miss Pierce started ber offlclent work In the public schools of Chelsea In January 1882 During the forty years of he® loyal faithful service she has given unreservedly of her wonderful personality reaching out and touching the lives of hundreds of little children of all nationalities Inspiring I them to a life of good citizenship J And because of all this We the parents and the children attending the! Cary school at the present time re-j solve to present this testlmtfnial to’ Miss Adelaide Pierce thereby show-1 ing our high regard and esteem for j a woman who has during all th years of service shown such sterling qualities” The same issue of the Chelsea j Gazette gives a notice of Richard K I Hunt who died recently at Brookline Mass Mr Hunt was a brother-in-law of the late Mrs Walter 81 Gardner of East Machias and waj known to njany in this vicinity He I was a man of genial disposition hnd sterling character whose sudden death at the age of 66 years Is J lamented by a host of friends It is with deep regret that wordl has been received that Rev Charles J A Hatfield who served the Christian I church here tpr several years most I acceptably died recently in Canadgl of pneumonia The remain were! taken to Calais for Interment He 11 survived by a wife and a young! child who have the sympathy of atll In their bereavement Mr Hatfleldl was a faithful pastor and a kind and genial friend 8T ALBANS AMERICAN AND ENGLISH DIFFERENCES (Muriel Harris In the Manchester Uuardlan) American food le tar cleaner than English It I not with the exception of eggs and milk so good And while the Amerloan house I cleaner than the average English house It has not th same well kept look Possibly you cannot have both qualities Another reason however is that In America the educated class Is closely In touch with all that pertains to domestic life This la far less tbe case In England where servants develop th mechanical preclulon which make for general effects rather than for hygienic underlying principles There seem to be only four Pacific powers but we hope to see the day when all the powers will b like that Alright mild ' I relie A double funeral service was held for Mr and Mrs Fred Richards froe the house on Thursday March 2 th Rev C H Johonnett of Palmy officiating They were two of th oldest residents of this town 92 and 88 years respectively and thell deaths occurred within a few hour of each other Mrs Richards formerly Miss Margaret Whltlaw oj Vermont and was united In marria to Mr Richards on March 10 18911 in the same house where they have always resided and where Mr Rich4 ards was born and raised from hoyJ hood Their only daughter NetUe wife of C G Dondero of Chela was able to be with the aged parentd during their last illness Their son! Nathan and wife resided on thq home farm Mr and Mrs Richards celebrate their golden wedding a few yea ago and it was their wish to oat together Interment was mad4 In the village cemetery Willii Richards a nephew of Augusta wa present at the funeral also Johi Dondero of Chelsea and John Dbn'J dero of Boston The bearers wer old neighbors Fred Lucas H Hilton Charles Hilton and H J HU ton Clyde M Carson electrician the U S Navy was in town U week from the Bar Harbor wfreW station on a ten-day furlough via ing his parents Mr and Mra W Carson leaving on Saturday fc Winthrop March 4 Mrs Rose Libby and two childr have been visiting this week Waterville with her parents and Bt ters Mrs Marjorie Mower return home last w’eek from Boston whe she had been visiting relative fo several weeks St Albaps Grange Initiated a cla of four candidates at Its meeting March 4 Resolutions on the deat of Brother and Sister Richards we drawn up and the charter draped in memory of Its two olde members A house cleaning demonstrat meeting of the Farm Bureau Ext sion service is to be held at the lage March 9 Mr and Mrs Z H Foss announc their recent marriage Their ma friends extend congratulations ROBINSON a notion lied for orr oyears Off M JUNIOR- Little W One-third ingredient then eendy coated Par children end -Suite Miss Louisa Alexander Is in poor health at present Several friend and relative prised Mrs Lenora Ketchum la Thursday evening by a social gat ering The occasion was ber sej enty-flfth birthday The birthd cake was illuminated by 75 candl lighted by three great-grand dren On Saturday afternoon a par took a straw ride to the cottage Mr and Mrs Will Ross at E Plant tlon The occasion was Mrs Roa fiftieth birthday and she was pr ented with a cake with fifty candl by her two little nephews Onjen James Robinson Clarence Rideout and Miss Ste art of Upper Kent N B were guestB of Mr and Mrs Llnwo Rideout on Sunday Mrs Lynwood Rideout who been sick for the last-few weeks able tut be up around Mrs Bessie Murphy who has cooking at the Red River camp fl the past few seasons Is visiting h soi) Ralph Mr and Mrs Le Baron Tompkl: who have been cooking for Robins A Ross at their woods camps can borne last week -

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