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TKKNTON EVENING TIMT5S, TUJLTSJDAY, NOVHUVTBHJK 1, 1910. News from Nearby Jersey Towns TIMESfilRl WINS HALLOWE'EN PRIZE thousands ffovf t/s* Recipe for Cough Jt/rup Mad* Nothlr»g Home, It l*«l Costi OLD mm FARM OFFERED FOR SALE 8.8. ASSOCIATION HOLDS CONVENTION CLJISTO?;. Novemlwr L--TI»» annual convention ol tb» Hunt»raoa County Sunday School AseortatSon 1* be- Irig Aelfl In the Prtsbyter)*n Church ivsra today, with n-.orains and afternoon sessions. The opeuins session was ue.d at 10 o'clock iuid was !ed by a praise service. HALLOWE'EN SOCIAL FOR EPWORTHIANS SEEK RETURN OF REUH.PAYRAN I Bordwttown Special to the Tltnei. PENXXXGTON, Nov. l.--A Hallow- e'en social under the auspices of the social department of tbe Kpworth League ·! the Church w.is ;:e;.. ._. . _ . ^ ,, ,,,, . *~ w v-i*",»* «-*·* · ·«;, .~-- -^ -- »-- , home o? the AI!sse5 Bertha and Julia ' followed by a prayer by the Rev..S. Xec.i- j Ho-com be. Games appropriate to the n!t«er of the Clinton Methodist Ciurvh. j oeca -f on niavi-d Refreshments Special to th* Tk. is. Nov. X---The Hal- cetobntttoo In t t,^y«3 to b« th. M^t; 1, \VItl» 5^-tv. i t h * history ot the crty- Tbe parade. and people satlsaed. tbe Union M««h- f uns *r tb * command of Cot. Thoma.. Spechrt to Celebration Ever H«»d by City Many Attend From Elsewhere Best, ! , Th» sj«d with wblcb thl» lmp!« horn* mlYture Uike« nuld of a cou^h and con- Quers- It will surprlaa you The r*r!p« Kv*n- b»I'jw makes tnoro anJ better oo-jzb .-^'-ip than you can buy rf»JT-ma«le Joe $2.50. * " M:x on** pirit of graniflat«d susr srltll ** P !ax of w arm wa.fr. and atir f.i r 2 rn'.n- UHW - Put ^ ounce* of Pine* (flf'.y :-nt^ ^ worth, Jn » p l o t b o t t i « . then add the place la«t : P'-J^ar Syrup. It ke*»p» p«rfecrly Tajc»» a i tespoomul ererv nn* 1 , two or !hr*«* houn* D " * the Bord«ntown,MUUs..-y h a i r be Clinton .Metr.oa-.at i_;»urvn. i occasion Mis* Alice Hamlln. state superinter. :«;. j wer of Junior work, grava an addre,«» ·-- were piay»-d Refreshments Thosf- present were' Smith. Addle Chatten. tbe third year At the, beginning -- _ year tb* church deoliad to rtdooe tbe j of tne. nnd a Look Forward," for the -coming year. The afternoon sesMon win begin at 1:30. After a service of praise, the R«v. E. H. Cook of the Clinton Baptist Church will TSfter prayer. Scripture reading memory passages 'from the new !essv:is Tvill be follow^ by reports from cotn- rnitteas^ Mr. Koebier will talk on "M«th. ods of Extension." Officers for the ensuing year will be elected and the state executive committee will present the work of the state. After a. service of song, Miss Hamlin will conduct a round table otf "The Ca!l of Youth." This will be* a tttSCUSStOIT va i.lie 'uaol «irllij*Iai uf meeting the spiritual needs of the pupils. STOCKTON. Mrs. P. SI. Hridrbrandt. has goiie to Morgantown, W. Va., where she wpl spend some time with rela-tl-ves arid friends. Samuel Woohrerton of New York City ''was a. week-end, visitor at tbe home of his brother, tha Bev. William H, Woolverton George the sue* son of this place, last week Mrs. Sarah Johnson of Centre Bridge has been spending several days with -her daufrbter. Mrs. Her-vey^^Oicombe of RlegelsvHle- * Clarkson H u n t and brother, Albert. of iansdo-wne. Pa., were week-end v!s. itors at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark T. Hunt. South Main Street. Miss Jennie P.odgers of Centre Bridge ) is spending some time with Philadelphia, relatives. Mr*- Lamhrrt-T. Warman and daughters have remnrnd from the homestead j farm to the.!r recently purchased hosne j in this borough. · ' ' . Miss Reba Hendricks ha* returned) from a few days' visit with relatives! In Jersey City. . . ' , Artist Edward 'W. RocrHeM of Centre Bridge was a visitor In -Philadelphia .last week, · The Stockton Public School has' ret Sened after beiner. closed t*ye« weeks 1 hile a. new boiler was Installed. Mrs. J. J. Ca.-sbemer r»f .Centre Bridge been visiting her parents In Sole- discussing ainia Milton Putlen. S. A. Paddock Wesley J Paid. Bright. Marvin Plrtlnger. Henry Poln- | George A. Fowler. Joseph VanScholck, , Harry Titus, Harvey Cann. William trom | ROSS, Elwyn GLUepas. Fred Titus, Halnes Llppinccrtt, Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Lasher, Mr. and Mrs. D. Frank W h i t more, Dr. and Mrs. John Allen. Methudlst episcopal · odist Bplreopal Church hT- uked th*t i :an e%-en:ag at_ the ! t h e Rev 3 H Payrmn be r*tu*u«4 tor\ lrixtltatK - *" fu!1 ^ » mlle a " a lonjy ana the excellent order and p e r - fect msLrrtsteg refle^Os great credit to C\lon»l Landoa. ?tr«t prise for tie prettiest float wag captured by the Ancient Order of Hibernians; second prize, Knights of Pythias flout- Tbe flrst p r ! z » ~ f o r the most original float was won by the Whit* HaH contingent with an airship, The flrst prize for the most or- Iginl costume wa« awarded a jounj? lady with a dre«s made up entirely of copies of Uj« Trenton Times. " The humoroua prizv coxtuzn^ was awarded to. tc« happy family. The prettiest prti« i-ostuma w e n t to tii« young- lad}- brldi This usually stop** .-·. U"-rt-. wf 2-1 hours. Sp::il:^ counts. .'f nlm.ist ln«:*int r e l i e f , and -.·^ea'.r.i ro-jgh ins'.d*) v* f,-r- ·A'ifv i p1ri ii;;a. h.'isj-S"isf»«. n. -H.-..I it '.» lust tho ' H1GHTSTOWNG.O.P. TO HTOHTSTO'WN, Nov. 1.--Republicans of this borougii have arranged for a inon- Bter mass meeting tomorrow evening, in Chamberlain's Oj.era House.. . Hlghtstown re.side-nta are becoming very t H: f W h 1 , 8 °bro f tnl" b F Ur M! D W" fl 1 '."S'SSd'ti.^"ivIaVS'SwST *l' l£ .L 0 .,..l £.. iJIv " Publican Gubernatorial . c a n d i d a t e . la i .Mrs. ' B bi ..ry. .- T»«*.- Centre -Bridg-e PuW.c S- be. closed th-is wepk- o n - a c c o u n t of the. Bucks County TeacherF* I n s t i t u t e being- hcia at rviyjpstown. Pa. Arthur Reali:i.ar of Trenton -was a . week-ei:d- v i s i t o r with relatives in this .-- -ilrs. "n'Slliam her home in 'spendin-cr i.tvo i Burke has returned to.- Centre Bri growing mor*? and oxore in favor in that vicinity dally. Former Sheriff Wilbur will preside at the meeting, and the. speakers will Include Attorney General "Wilson uid Prose- c u t o r Crossley of Trenton. A musical program will be contributed by the Institute Band. CENTENNIAL FOR CHURCH Special to the Times. . ALLEXTOWN. Nov. 1.--The dredth anniversary, of the Episcopal Church of Allentown celebrated next week, beglnni day morning. A' Sunday School rally, will flrst on the program._ consist sinking-, recitations, scriptural and atldrpss by the pastor. ·" ,*^* LAOTES* AUXILIARY ELECitD. Special to the Timas-. - STOCKTOST, fov. 1.--At the annual meeting of the Ladifis' Auxiliary of "the Preibylerian C h u r c h the following officers wt.re elected for thv ensuing year: · President, Mrs.' Uhartes Parent: vice president, Mrs. John -\V, Smith; secretary, Mrs, S. E. S. 'Hendriclcs; assistant secretary. Mrs. John F. Huiit; treasurer, Mrs. Charles A. Smith-; chalr- nia^i of the sewing committee, Mr«. t^la.rk T. i-Iunt;. chairman o~f social committee. Hiss Emma C. Warman. iuuflmr. School now nearly tc*«« o«» bean tlte oliurch lbnr4*t £*'* b«en tory manner, the rarlou* ujtetlruj* «r« being well attended and tb« membership ia making a sllgbt grain. A mission stndy class has been formed by the Flp^Tu^tb League and IM each month by the paauu. Tb» berchrp it active to tbe be*t Interest* of the ch-uroh-aad a^l join tn extend- MERCERVILLE. S." Anderson of this plao* has secured a position as b«j't«isd»r for O«orK» H«tael of Trenton. Master Lester Everett of Cl»rX«vIll» paid a 'visit to his grar«Jpar«nt«,\Mi'. and Mrs. James H. Everett- Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Oeffert of Point Pleasant wer» quests of Mr. ana Mrs. Albert E. Stout, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Fred Nenls and fmnily of Jefferson Street, Trenton, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. .and Mrs. John Steiner of th«.Shady Dell farm. Mrs. P. Donegran and son," William, visited Mrs. P. VT. -Stover Sunday. Charles - A. Oennett is able to be j purchased a round after helng confined 'to. his -- onrte for the raat week 'wfth an attack of- the grip. He is still under the care of Dr. Arthur. Mr. and Mre. Charles W. Jones spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. JT. Httlse of HlgWand Avenue, Trenton. ·Mrs. Q«orj?e Tonng: and Mrs. John Oennrtt are rlsltlng; friends In Philadelphia, w h i c h ;j, of form ila UK*- t^.*- ami --.!tfl IP :nH.ny .ml' will n-; work ^. ic*-tr.i.n« Pli ele- aa . The J-jdgas were Attorney F. S. Garrison, Professors Tracy and Holloway 61 the Bordentown Military Institute. , The decoration* and llluxataatlouj r.ero I admired by all. lihe vigilance of the I police officers in preserving; order was ^ a feature of the occasion. The nurn- ' her .at,people who cajn«. to., t h U _ bT train approximates' 3,600. A j?:jarantei» of absolute satlfifACtlor^ or money promptly refunded, goea with this re'-lpe Vo.jr 3ruKsr:3i haj; Plnex or will ge-. !·_ for you. If n t . senJ to Tha Pin»x t'o.. Ft Wayne. I n t l . BORDENTOWN. IT moothly m^*Unp ol Council will be held In the ^Ity Hall th* eventti^ at R o'clock. MK AuJ Mi*. ~ . . . . tb» f»rm of tli» lat« B^njtt^iln f !s oH«r»d at public mti^ t ( rnorro'^ afternoon at t o'clrx'k t h*r* "wt i * Il »ly pass Into n«»w ban'I* on» of t h r oide«t Road The Inllaix5''jr'bably used the site a» a cAXDptnjc rround. as m a n y h a t c h e t s , arrowheads an5 o t h e r Imple- m e n t ^ peruHar to t h ^ Tn31an h a v e he^n I f o u n d there t t h f - n jasttor - - f ' h** r ' i r s e P- »-^ '· ·. v-r' in ! , f r i i : r - a -»f N e w V n r k « ' i i v i r . » ! « * · ! · -th** \j''A-f HS h ' s roar.try -*»-!.f!*»n f '*-.·* t; a« t ·/·»!! l a i ns 1 -4 '* ar i ···?. '- 4 ." " '·s · ·- ' w h i - h a r ' wcn-ilanU Two ^ t r e ^ t l i ""^Ujffh l ho f ariri anrt t h**,-** -* r s w t r i f f s «'hl f *h ha .'* , Pi" vr r " r i·**·!) \ ::· w n · to a ^ i d r v . The larg"* 1 . ·-·!'! - fa*?,- ;M:,^.' has A -^i--i .ttrouaht up t '-.If !M ; r it hr-lnfir sl**arn- ·.!- i'*;d. , ALt OHOL 3 P E R AVeoetaHe R i- ^ASTORIA For Tnf* .''t ftrT j?'".t**d, CROSSW1CKS. . fur.i CRANBURY. returned agara F Mrs. J from an enjoyeble trip to X i - 1 :f* il ills and "C7anfi^* - i . ' Un t'onard and child of^Be-ver!y , -"rs. .. spent the week-end In this city with the ' B-r-jro. Miss "fofnSr'B' parprits. Dr" "and" Mrs. w . TT""T T na'tfanrnrfd'. ' ^ Th« Ore Insurance business of the late' Frank A- Brown has been purchased by j Charles C. Groves. ' I Mr and Mrs. Q«orgro W. BurrouRlis i spent few days In Trenton. ; Mr. and Mrs. WiUlain H. Johnson, ac-1 companled by Mr. and Mrs. Isaac C.' Hoffman, motored to Trentiin Sunday. Hllllard, Miss Mabelle Hunny of Trenton Is tha truest Jf Miss Sallle G. Flynn at her hom» on Cro«=w:ck8 Street. W^:il«m J. Martin of Philadelphia spent Sunday In this city with his brother. Councilman John F. Merlin Mrs Ella Tynr'ils has re:urn«d from a. visit to relatives a.t Phila.iplr'hia. Pa. A mission by the Redemptorifii Fathers }- will begin ^t St. Mary'* Chur'-h on Sun[ day next and last, for onf w^*»k .s H n l e r i S, Oev w a r n a Bord^ii% - U k o r Saturday. * Ha'.'-owe'en social h e l d by the vvl.-ks Granife l .ra« a ^ucoess flnan- :d fr-'n 1 . t h e sale of r p f r e R h m - m s . Carri,- i i l , l r « r . Mrs. E:nma M.ir- Miss A n n a Taylor. Mrt= Am»o- '~ "fCTiTaTln*? W'-v^d-svar^li p. K!"!*!, Mr«. John T a y l o r a n d The Kind You Hava Alwavs Bought -Bears the Signature ness and fest.Conialns n*i*r, Opiuni. Morphine NOT NARCOTIC. I. Mrs Mrs Hownrd S h a r p of Chesterfield was i n ; to*vn ?at3irda v- r a j l i r i i - u p o n f r i ^ n - l s i Mr and M r s - M i l l e r H. A n d » r s n n i K ' l P ^ t - i f Mrs. Anderson's m o t h e r , Mrs, ; Isaac H u n t . Xnrman 1- Mlll»r was a P h i l a d e l p h i a visitor Saturday. Molvln Southard and Eljon Wallace att-nfled t h » P e n n - ! n c i t « n f o o t b a l l Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrftoa ness andLOSS OF SI*F-P. Signature of or Use Tor flvar Thirty _ Guaranteed under theFoodajL Su-T-^t^ »---ii r.^ ' ··-·»*y t to anrjir nned at St. Francis e n U y j . The Wo ,, araen of K-«nvr,r, of -VATS TVvrt i few atvs^rlth ^ M r t 3 J a rew .lays with Mr«. 3. J. i , ^ j ' | Miss BeJva Bird h^as returned f r o m ' ^Vtirld will yive i Hamilton Square, where sh*i was t h e ' their nrst dance in St. Mary's Hal! tn- | Ruest .if r e l a t i v e s * ·'nlg-ht. and.-judging from the advance sale A r t h u r R. Brick was a T r e n t o n v i s - ; 1 of tickets, a,large number will attend. I itor .Saturday. ' ! insi».-i!» WM-in-v nf H«h«T,»c«i-o- »«.«' Mts.. Qeorge Ellis haa returned to Lam- Ira Cross was , a Chesterfield visitor! .St"rtJt£ 1J .?H^£^S t j£ SSL*"^"-- «%. *.«' k '« ·*" w!th her Sat :i da - v Mm · f o h n ft Poi-rtnc fijaughter in this pity. Mrs Samuel Bennett is bavin, the rtty . **TM- Xog.,?? 1 ? £?' rrtara « J *" °« r water put In her house " t home at Philadelphl; Franklin C. Danser -has gone to the! frte_nds In _this city. ia aft-r visit to PfflNCtlON. The '-· Univerafty jSibrary has. announced that the accessions of -books ·£oi- tn« year , ending: J.uly 31, 1310. amounted, tu 15,774 volumes. Of .these l4.i;-5S v,-fcre ijorfnd, one-half-of which * ** · th. naxt studio, 53 .Ubr*ry. · 'anfl .Mrs. Spen.cor L. Dilts, \vas tendered . ..a Tvltohen ·shrkv.-er at her home here, ih / .honor- of her approaching- m a r r l n ^ p to : .^U"alter -G. - Tlnds!)- pf PhlllSrsburs. !. :--^rbtmt""nfly~ g-n-^Pts-" were^ present "arcd", r / isp'ent an pnlr'.rafii? evpning--- The gifts; -" .^ihclu.ded ev.rrythln.ir iipcful .or n e e d f u l ; . ''in. a'TyeiI-rf.yruIaTe.-1 k-tohen, ' : " A-social dn.n-.-f was hold in th" new ..'addition trf th«' rf!orkt«.n Rubber Mi".!.! --an'ier-'. the !tvanasretnc=!it of . Ksbert. .Price. ' ... ' Henry Home" has been reappnlnted''-· ,-o'men s. van 1 fierh.oori froni .S until a. ." Logan preaobeij In the .Second. Presbyterian: Ohtttoi dun- '·-, both morning and evealnjj-' - ·'· ilrs/'C. -M.. -Vreeiaaa bl Ocaan .Grove has been i-isitihif he.r iartHter, 'ilisa .5. '-jlorris - th«. past.ie-w days. "· · .Mr. and jlrs. T. H. MoCloskey of ·- Vv'itherspoon Stre'et; are -the proud par- ·.'ntB~trf · ar-daBSltter,- ..born* i«ujt .Thars- (' Wiiliarn'-a! .Chanibteriailn. spiini Suni daV in-'Ctanbury. · . .- . !' ' - .". .^Edward V jiow«':s returh trom CaU- .. .,....; . _ - - - , - · -., · i fornia has 'been delayed; owing to a Use Without PpeMrlIorn,r iiih;,--,r-5itght operwoii.. .he-: had .to undergo. '··-'- " " - - - - - · ' ! Saniutrl. Kaiser -.ot ."Kkssa'a* Street Is from = blo"oci ~'-·- i^lutve..» new:3Jetbo4 that iui'v.Vrapturc L and i= _-»-. .-- -._. , f t jjt my^ expense.-v.J-am-not t Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Berry spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Kenny of Trenton, Mrs,. Sarah J. Anderson .spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas "Stiles spent S-nnday with Thomas Steward of Ellisdale. · . · Joshua- Pollen Is under the care of Dr. Arthur for an abscess on the "arm. Mrs. .James Brown, Mrs. Edward Brown ana Miss Lillian Bjown of Yard- vllle spent Sunday as gruest« of Mr. *nd Mrs-^H^-t WooHey- Best Prescription For the Stomach MfLLER DRtlQj CO. SELLS ?T. Stop* B«!pbir»a «nd All Stomach. Agony " . In Five Minutes. ]. . If you cannot eait coni beef mad em.]S- hage; roast pork, baked bearm.or plum pudding without distressing the «tom- ' " ' MI-O-NA stomach Smithsonian Institute.' Washington, for Prof. Afiuai- L, FrothJhgbam has the aninn-- a r i i c j s in the Century. Maga-1 tablets. -. . be-. It, Is on.. "A Dls- After you tajt* MI-O-NA tablets, tor a w^elt your stomach -will be. so 'strongr, so clean and. so KetlOiy that the digestive juices will take care I.of the heartiest .meal '!-trqubi« whRteyer.! . stomach; If you hive he«irtburn, course of IrLstnaction. William A. Patten, who is vice pre«l- deni of the Pennsylvania Railroad, and Mro. Patten of Philadelphia,, wirh Mr. and Mrs. William Opdyka of the same! city, made a visit to Cranbury in their? automobile a. daj or two ago, . j Mrs. James L. Brown' has been harlnic! additions built to her bouse, and wTU still further improve It by tasteful new paint, Harvey .Hntobfauton «nd t*rnflr are now nicely located in their new. home. . Miss Jennie Co% was visitor In Trenton . the.-flnst of lb« .w*ek-_ _ ... ". . . Mrs. WlUIant T. Van Horn spent Monday In Trenton. Mr. and Mrs. Cohn, who spent several weeks with Mrs. R. V. Spanldlne, hare returned to their home In Jews City. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown spent a few days in Jersey City. Charles C." Groves baa · resigned Ms position of bookkeeper for Sned«ker £ Bsn- r»ett. Miss Adelaide Roe is visiting friend* «t Manalapan. · . ,Mr. · and Mre. Charles Garret»cm of Brooklyn were the Sunday Quests of Miss Jennie Duncan and father. -Augustus -Duryee- -of - ^few- - -Bronswlclt- spent Sunday -with Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Applesate. ' · Mr. and Mrs.' Amil Duncan were San-.I flay -visitors of Mr. arid. Mrs.' Enoch- El- Miss Sadie Fish of Camden Is enJoyinF: a few days' stay at the home of her aunt, Mrs. John J- Higjrtns. TViillam H. .Atkinson has succeeded Charles Reed, resigned, as watchman at the, Bordetitown- Bajiking Company. 5Trs. and Mrs. James R. Tash of Tl- oga, P»_. spent Hallowe'en in this place with their parents, Mr. and.Mrs- Ij»an- der Aaay, an* Mr. and Mrs. James Nash, ' . . . ' . Mrs. Edgar Collson of O"^l«n 1« spending a few days with her p«r«ats. Mr. and Mrs. John Bl»cX. Mi^s Mamie Murphy of Stft^'r- » beinp Bnterta!nei by her cousin, Mlsa Slay. Barrett of. Thlrf Street- ? : :ss Meta Wallace wa« a Bordentown visitor K u T u r d a y . the ffuest of her frandparents. Mr. ai'd Mrs. Mahlon Ketchem. C. H. Holman was a.White Hill visitor Saturday. The wedding: of Miss Verna Sophia Killey and Oh»r-los Dey Knowles will be hejd in Allentown Wednesday at noon at the home nf the bride's parents. Mr. and .Mrs. William H. KUlcy., You Cannot Hide Your Fat] 6v»rfs.tness is the one mlsf orti-.ne you i can not hide'from your^-lf or from those f to EXTRACT the worst ca»e of acb- Inic ' or ' teeth rtltier b awe of a local anrj irill hr felt In teetfc »b flt *n3 wear Drj^lbetio or xraii. asil po«itivety no pftfn th^op^rntlon. We ~ . . WlHlain Ely of Iam.b.extvfne has nee-a j around you. If too thm. your dressmaker j visiting his father. Charles Ely.. ' -i-o'r tailor can supply th« defldenciefi, b u t ; Motor Detective Anderson Bnrllniton was a visitor to t* Monday afternoon, Miss Margaret Mlttnaus-fct of del-rrhlA wa« the : suest lajst evening of Miss Maria Martin. Mr. and Mrs. WU-llam 'Wallace have l»ve returned-to th»tr home at CTOBS- wicks after a visit to the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon B. Ketchutn. . dridge of Hightstown. Sirs! Charles McDonald, St. .Vincent Hospital, N« ported as Improving. wtto Is at -th» York, Is re. E. H. Stonafcter of BloomfMM w** ··',**- oeht visitor In Cranbury. George" Perrlae. the contnapter And builder, has purchased: the Isaac Bartbw property and wltt remodel It. . Mrs, 'George McISowell aod Hiss Grace cDowell are nmUng. an .extended visit .--r;^:^-..---.-~ M'rR.^jJp.brAjri.^Ch.amberlXzi.. ,,. Mrs. John F. Ten Broeck of Perth J boy^-rlsltea her p«r«Bt«, Mr; and Mrs. eating:, two MI-O-NA tibleta wfll coniplet* relief In, five . . . - . - . - . . . . . _ . . New Home Cure-That Anyone C«n ' " ' '' ' ' MI-O-NA :I« .witHoat do-Qbt the best .rernedy; ftir stomach allmenta -Auo-wn toiflasr: That if.' why wniar Drag- '; Gbt Stsarantee-, It or money feRc*; to cur* IndlgeiBtlon, : ' . _ nervouanieBS, - slok dr.ea_m», saa or car . _ , of bregnancy, inorhl^s = ·inlrness after a. night, of sociability for asny disease of the stomach.. "'· - -. - * . ' - · - . - . ;'- MI^0-??A;.jrtom««n; tablet* «*B - 1014 by. Miller 'Drug Go. - «"*t . dng-tl»t« jilt SurfSay with:"Ms pafeirtk.'ISr, _ s.A-vK-'-Macdqaaljl.^-."-.".!, ...;1 -;..-.t._; : -..j i'/.i.: ; ";.':'.."^trying,to^seli you.^ar;Truas,'":but"ofl'er!:ycu:s (5rer-^-I^rplJ.^ertnls..'and.'. ; El8ton :-H.-B»'riEeni i .. 'S'.-T'·";£ ; "·ttsi i «tiy»j;urM:ana:end*^^ .all-iru«*hrearSic'ana ; Jr., -.spent Sunflay with their.parents".- : : ]' - Reading CIrcfl* -Will ineet Afrs/ John S. Sn-ver*. · The Ladles' tomorrow- : witji very Interestliijt- profram Is eipeeted. -th* stubject being "Slothers', Bay." Readings from Child Mfe -will be «l.ca arid a lecture by Mrs. 3kL M. W"»cy_of Rlir=i.lon, N . J",- ' - - - - - ' . - ; ,- . Mary Sparks, of ^BrlSjSeton - Bnajsetpi excellent address, under the auspices ~ t .-T!.v Iri the Methodist of' the C- Chnrph.. Sublect, "Th* New Day,"Samuel .Perrlne Ba«: presented hi* son, r*rahte who :was recentnr ir»-Trl6d, : with a house at' PhpenlJcvlUe, S«u t - where- he has a ^position." as ; civil englne'efj and .he; . and ils TPlfe are golnn: to" .hotiRelwepirig" 9.1. once. , Mrs, ^ .Sanrael Eertlaa i Is,, now -with th*mi r asslstlns In ; the ·-. -Mr. *rff. and Mr.si . ., .. .. ·-_ . ff. s-pehdlng: .a-.'few "dfeys .si H. ., i Grbvei . " ' -John.-EL-Jfalone- and d»-u»*ter...Mrju. Krnma Hawkyard at Treuton w.»n ltor» to this oity Jaot evening. MJss Adele Qoodwlri entertained Maud Kelly yesterday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. J, W. Blckler of New ^Ssrypt were the gTiesfrs - of Captafn and Mrs. T-IJf'hael rTetron Monflay «n - E»ldel Smlres, who hag_ be«n fined to his home . for with 'illness, died last . reBldBrice on Ollvwi Street. Mr. ana. Mrs, Daniel Becfcet of Treh- tm spent last ereniny with frl»nia in this 1 place. - ·- ... Miss Margaret Mulrin and sister i of "Ti enToflf" were"n lettatTiea' by" actjOaftit- j an,c«9 .here Monday. .'-'" : · ' . - . ' I "- Miss IdV Hoffner :of .Dobbins, y J. i and MlBs'SJartha Jenkins of Philadelphia enjoyed a pl,e«s»nt visit, to friend* here;'last -^--"--'1 Edward Shlon of i the oTrwtfitt 'carry «. burden tVfe.y .-can not j- city i conceal.. Ther* is one Biarq way to'reduce ;. yottr .weight aafeljr and quickly. The i rLBrmlecs. Marmola P.re«criptton. which [ changes the ; fatty tissues and fat-produc--; luff foods .to solid flesh and ertp'rgy. help.s { the general health . and digestion, per-; mils you to eat'and live S.B you like, n'nd V leftres the *kln clear and smontn. ThJs ] fainous pr*«crirtioo 1» now condensed Into tablet' form..- Each tablet contains an~-exae*-- dose- of -.-the eitroe- harmless--ii ^iedlents that!mad«- the original prescription capable of reducing the overfat body at the rate of a poand a dar without the sllgfltest. Ill effecte. Take .but on« tab"!^} after each meal and at .oeidtlm^..until Use ; normal weight -is -reached and the. bodily \ r«d. Aek jrotir ·escriptfon "T»b- ila Ca.. w^- Mori- AMERICAN DtNiAL PARLORS, 18 East State Street Hours, S to S. Sunday, J* to ·*. EH»abcth Office, 88 BronA -St. . - U«L ,«~i., con-' araggist-Tc. several months t let »- f^**, nJSSif evening at !*'· t S? ? jv« for' 7? a f '""* 'start.you well on your way to sliinneaS *nI Iwpplrtess. - i Pearson-, has. .elurned to In this cfty, Mn Pearson .was. formerly a r^sldeirt of ttts p1«se. Caindan. after, a vtett to friends · M 0 i i F V OOt/N LARCFl^l « ?M i !T cl ' O U R ·'- \ i \\ HV WOMEN | CHHOREN II 2 S. BROAD ST. --·'-AogeriefjatringnJrtion^onsyer.,- 1 .-;!!:.;.-"' -.·.-!". '-A-fn'ong- thoa-e who attand'aa 7 th*."Dartr [ - v. SoJBiattcr- -wbetaer yoa_have".a : .rahgIe;'doiible;-rtnouth-Pflnce-tQn' .footbitli .gaine'in. : Jf4w.-; ·"OTjnavel. rupture Af .one tollowing an. operation; i^arlc City "were Q. -K, -Murray, Samuel'·" !«..»_.«·-« «~nVtanTn*» m.^a' - -1^», ,»,·**.·_ _l_t_-fc *-r^ . - - " J, *· V .-Vr v 7 .,. :- -._ - . . S ' - - - .p. --5cby"Metbod : ia a»~abisolutc curel .---'$otir -flge "Jnor-bow will r ,7dertainly cure, , ,-i«cn3 it freei to" those - J .; 1 3rfi««-.alt-*onn»"6f' i -banner failed: ^,'*~ .««%- .VKVTIXJJK Au.-upeuiuuii; s YQT-JJC (JitV 'Were rabsolutc cure! yJ*o;ni3tterwBat. j"'|U«"" Jrisenli B iw. hard yina.Awlr/ny-BleUukll tietf^AVard^Da or^m,j,I**«^lly aht to V? fc ^fSS,S: - St , Davis, Edward Kopp. ._ iel" Hbffman Thoma*,tynch, J. B. Ren-.;: tepn : yonr'cute at once. : S«na"h6 moiey. ... . Simpfy;jnail cbopoo below. ···*- ""-- *---·-·· Mark location of Rup- tur« oa Diagram and mail to 5 -;'·/----=. '--·--.·. -\ iss aTM s ?·:._-.'_''. SiTT:' ·Age. }-,-, ,-. . .^y : T»m» fiupturtrf of Bwpto, . from i -i- = LOIHINGo- REDH « ASH PRICES HATS4ID SHO«-V FOI HERT MEMBER OF THE FAMILY teh Not M;cet! i PAY THE L Z. WAT '!TDdif«aiil,"j the - Emmons; 1 i £ifc two·· yea.fi.-"Mrs: Soser'- --'! liam. Is; a., student In tite VSerrilnaTy; :r-'-.-. - :":".'--"--'·'-·- ;'-! Mrs. Leavltt Howe: h»s ;a .two weeks.' .visit : at: Wilton,; ! morelana : Cbuntj-i Va.-.:.; - - .v - "." . {;. ;Dr.: .Charles Brown* - h»* reto-^ed j i foom a inotpr' trtp throagrh^Frano* -"-··· 1 : : r The Rer: Dr.cS,.'-£?' Hef«lBo #*r~ ot f Gettysburg occapled th« Methojllirt? pxfl- J3ft Sunday mdrnlng. r ---' '"'-;.-· - ^ ~ - ' / ~ , j - The local Wi C.' T. U. e.xpex-ii to ·ena Eja1ar"ge "delegation to tJie~n«ttioniU:'con- i vcntlcsn *htcffuwUl' b» held fe ^ailtli '--more;'-.?foveniber .-I7~iT.. ".-:--?-· - _ : " -?·' ;·;-"." ' t·-.-' TJi« silver'". loTlrijif -;cup -~piffe**-i" : «n- tnuaaiy. byliMra. .Corn»llir»'"O.-CuTJ«T id* j the"most beautlfuJrwJnaowboxrof flow' ers hash been »*itMeil to A. ft-VkBd*r-' bllvrot 16S;-5f-»aan Street. ':·-" i : '. ; ·:.'-'-'- ".-.. rSSra. itarkaf Gtaiijijery g*T«.. a Hal- lowe'en party for- th» :beneflt"-of ihe _ . , Th« : -:meinbers .,ol - tlie oy fflf . t6«. Club;: "--.; : i:- :~^~~r:- ':"-_I-l : '" : Stooe lectures J *r» beft «r«TIn tinier CSapeJ this -wee WIHIam Ramsey. ' . ". -..-- . . WJ1I Irwiiv th« aothor. wiw tfee last weefc of- Robert SH.- ".W'rltlD'f'/ «n- thor and politician. :%·; - '.T. ' -.-·-_.'·- -,- Th« r«*nla.'r: montWy n-.s»ttnf of tli« Hook «-X-TA4d«r-p-^kt(r"-to.-«t" *:» tomorrow «nr«nln^. . . -;_ .'.-'-- ? The "ilrrt. of th« WfeKtit^-'neil^*-" win be flvvn: 8atui!ay "V^rmMkf^"- - 3ft. Lucas resident* are protesting j against the conyUtlon of the road: over Mt. I»ucas from Princeton BoiougTh to the Som«.»et Coonty line. A aetlUon has be»u ffled. -.-. .-.» '. : . : Council me*t» Orl* »\«nln». T1ta« )ffisl» t* T.MMbtg 3U« fm*' .Henry EL Hale, . - -· " :-.-· . - v ' - - . ' " · K4ward J. 1C«pi -wm» to Jfnf Tori Siattirday. . : - . . ' ·-'. · The Dairy Piluoetonlan had a' direct ' ~J-re from STew Tori SatnnJay, -glvteg^ j «rery play of , t J» D*. liuouth game, lie \ was much apjrec!at«A, bjj to~u _j»o 1 pie as well, as sttideut* "·"-"- · I' l*«Jy. Ramsey of AB«rit**ij. | a n d D r . H. a 3odo*ra o f V l , . 1 J.. address the Pregent D»y Clab this jaftterijoon -at S o'clock, -·-·- - '-"·' 1 ' The Rev. Harry Emor »on IPc-- tok : ot Montclair preached In chapel Sunday . Mr. and Mr». Charles W. M«*Vfe «-r« »t tn» PrtncetOB.Tnu. wiillam 'Wright of x.entou ·wmu to Princeton. Balordity. . ' " . . " Senator Harry I**vftt " came to "Princeton Saturday: Maror Roblnnon was Introducing the Senator to his friends. . - .' " . The Princeton . Chor*T Society, met last evening:. There, will be. an "Ola Clothe*" social !n the. Methodist Chtrrch Ch*p«l this ·renln* at 7:45 o'clock, Tonng People's Society of Chrls- deavot of the Second Presbyter- h w«i; ponductM Sunday .»v«_- th» Unl- ANT NEWS REMOVAL SALE! Imperative orders have i eacM us from the owners of our big warehouse, corner Fsoher and Behm stwU, which ire to the effect that we ui»$t vacate Ihe building within 60 ^yt 7 as it has ken sold. As new shipments are r"*hififc m daily, and inasmuch as every foot of floor space in our store is taken up, we have decide^ nul to move a STICK OF FURNllBRE, AMY ARTICI » WWITSJEMIB OF TH1 $35,000 WAREHOISE STOCKIO IHE A lit will f-crifkc C¥Ji)lliiig to the people of Trtoto., auu ?»rro«diig low 1 *? at a deckled Itti ft it. OF JOY FOR THE BARGAIN LOVERS!' Tfcit It t r^fc tibstirtiil remcBBcrcd *rtfc deHgtrt a* Powerfil, gti inporUBt low prk^ pritw Will repr^eat aloat 50 eaaU oa tie dollar, or to ai-*e thi? stiteaieBt aiore clrr Uyoa,tB» stock will Ie told Ht at alloat oae-aiif of ill rH v^fae, We don*t oa. A whwlh^ you dosd« to pay o«*!i 01 wl»h to ·ove that will mi contort ml happiien urtt-Ae fc o«f t of ill tit people, aid will %af and ii{ nlKi live aiy iofieiee 01 net aid wonen. the {reai^tt tfcat ^VvF crofted yfrr paih will ie fcvped ip *"d spiC^at fcefoi. yoi, aid wHfcia yoir SALE STAici» TOMORROW MORNING Credit fnirohasers itjay come feeling oonfldvnt of ·eourina the easiest terms and finest tiAatiiient In the world. hiLid is* iiii Mttkalt wtt sk ' · " · ....:.!; -«iW* UUGill Mil 01 A" PltdASES Iff you live- out off tou a y a n oan affoid to 00*110 a»jrdla» taiicB. ratlior tlian miss this sale. On evi.y put chase off S2O ·r.n.r IN nil »§·· iNEWSPA'PERf iEW'SPAFERt

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