Hood’s Sarsaparilla Cures all hum o p , catarrh apd rheumatism, relieves that tired feeling, restores the appetite, cures paleness, nervousness, builds up the whole system. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. Jo h n D ihvorth spent a few days of last w eek w ith Mrs. C. B lockberger.at G irdland. ' Mrs. O. D. Jvilsey entc “ W ide. Awake ” Sunday on W ednesday evening, an evening Miss L a u r a Pollock en ter tained th e “ E a r n e s t W o rkers.” Aii rep o rt very enjoyable evenings. John Loy, Jr. w e n t to Binghai j w h ere he will enter Riley’s Business College. - Mr. Geo. Soyle, of .Jersey City, and fam ily, are spending two weeks a t the hom e of Irving Rutledge. M rs. Jo h n E>ilworth, of Alabam a, is ■vTsiting relatives in this place, The Ladies’ Aid Society m et w ith Miss N e ttie Pollock on W ednesday H o ratio Hadsall, of P ittston, is vis itin g relativse here. ' is visiting at 1 Mr. and Mrs. • Miss R e n a M iner hom e .of h e r parents, F. Lawson. Mr. knd Mrs. M arshall K e eslar, of C o n k lin Hill, visited th e ir daughter, Mrs. Chauncey Lewis, recently. T h e Ladies’ Aid Society of this place attended the Ladies’ Aid Society a t th e hom e of Mrs. M arshall Kees- ler, a t Conklin Hill, Sept. 14th. A fine dinenr was served. The day was sp e n t in visiting, and music. A t 6 o'clock th e p a r ty took the train for home, happy,all voting Mrs./Kessler a first-class hostess. Mr. and Mt-s. John Kemp, of Union, visited h is fa th e r , Mr. J. K e m p , o i th is place, one day la s t w e e k . M rs. Rose M abius is visiting a t the hom e of Mrs. Florence Keilam . Jed th is :tra m eetings will be contin week from Tuesday night. PIKE COUNTY. Shohola. Shohola, > Oct. 1.— ^Word has been received: from Mr. E r n e s t Ijgrupp, of H o b o k e n , N. J., announcing th e death of hie m o ther on Sept. 25th, afte r an illness of th ree m o n ths. Mrs. K rupp the Silver a form e r ow n e r of B a k e House \ T h e H o hlauser a €d to th< fam ily have re tu r n - to t h e ir hom e a t R o ckaw ay Beabh fo r th e w inter. The house here h a s been re n te d to several gentlem e n , who are establishing a B a c h e lor's H a ll. Mies V iolet M allock nas returned to P o r t Jervis, afte r spending a few w e eks w ith Mrs. Josepn Vogt, M rs. J. K ipp, of New Y o rk City, is m o v ing into th e newly snished cot tag e In th e valley. Mrs. E lizabeth E c k h a r t is staying w ith h e r daughter, Mrs. Jacob R u eg- ger, in M atam o ras, Pa., who is ill w ith dropsy. h e r hom e in V a n d e rgrift last Wednes- daj% afte r spending th e p a s t two m o n ths w ith Mr. and Mrs. Jo h n Cort- ^ r . W right, of Hawley, was a p ro caller here on Saturday. a turdaj RISE OF A ONE TIME W L MAN C. C. Rose, Former Port Jervis Resident, Now Prominent in Coal Industry. WITH DELAWARE & HUDSON B o rn in Ellenville, N. Y., H e €ain«' Helx^ a t an E a r ly an d H a s H a d a K c m a rkable C areer Sim-e T h a t T in i^ HYaiEXEAU. Dick—^McCormick. , of he re on S iVestfall and son Her! ervis,rvis, spentp< two daj ert, o f P o r t Je s w ith Air. and Mrs. John Adams. Mr. F red C o rtright spent T h u rsday m o rning in P o r t Jervis. and Mrs. Josep h T igue. M. C. R o w land, of Kim bles, caller in town on M onday. Dr. Brown, of Dunm o re, was fessional caller here on Mondi R u n Over by Steam R o ller. W h ite S u lphur Springs, Sullivan Co., Sept. 30.— W h ile w o rking on the state road last week. W ill Lawless,son of Mr. and Mrs. Jam e s Lawless, cau g h t his legs under the steam roller, the fro n t roller passing over both legs below the knees. No bones ■were broken, b u t his legs were badly bruised. It is th o u g h t th a t the heels on his shoes saved him from serious Pai*teidge Foimd Near Residence. A p a rtridge still w a rm was found n e a r the R y all residence on E lizabeth street Tuesday m o rning presum a b ly having been driven from th e woods by the hu n ters taking ad v a n tage of the opening day of th e season. T h e re was no evidence of a wound on the bird and it is thought to have fallen from exhaustion from its unaccustom ed flight. Hair Brushes and Combs. We have recently received a new line of the finest quality hair brushes and combs. We have the short, medium and very long bristles. The light and the heavy comb -or brush. If you need anything in this line we are sure we can please you, both as to quality and Jones’ Drug Store Coal Age, one of the official publi cations of the Coal Trade, In a cur rent issue m akes C, C. Rose, general superintendent of the coal department of the D e law are and Hudson, th e sub ject of a sketch in a colum n , \ W h o ’s W ho in Coal M ining.” A fter an intro duction in w h ich the w riter sets forth Mr. Rose’s unwillingness to hrought into the spotlight of puiblici ■ ty, the article continues as follows: ■■ C. C. Rose is th e type of m an who likes best to go about his -work in his own peculiar way, getting w h a t result.® he can and keeping his success bottled for those directly interested in his services. In his position as general m a n a g e r of the coal departm e n t of the D e la w are an d H u d son Company he has attained to a place of em inence in the an th racite Industry. “ Mr. Rose -was bo,rn in Ellenville, a little town up n e a r Kingston, N. Y. It w a s here th a t his early education was obtained. During the daj's of the old canal system he becam e connect ed w ith the Delaware and Hudson Company and has never had occasion to reg ret the choice m ade. A t an early age he left Ellenville and w e n t down to P o r t Jervis, N. Y., an d for fifteen years was engaged in various duties connected -with canal -work. M uen D e la w are and H u d son coal wasi ca r ried through the old w a te rw a y , and when he was placed in charge of the shipping Mr. Rose m ade m any chang es which were so successful in their outcom e th a t the way -was paved for his fu tu re success. F rom P o r t Jervis h e w e n t to the Lake C h am p lain region, w h e re the Delaw are and H u d son Com p any plac ed him in charge of its coal ship m ents in t h a t territory. His success in this new position w a s ju s t as pro nounced as it had been at P o r t J e r vis, and his em p loyers m a rked Mr. Rose fo t fu tu re advancem e n t to m o re im p o rtant work. H e is not a college m an, b u t has se cured for him self a broad education from private study, which, coupled w ith his yeai-s of practical business experience, has rounded him into a m an superior in the m a tter of general education to m a n y of those who boast a college degree. His real opportunity cam e when he was placed in the en gineering departm e n t of the D e la w are and Hudson Company, and it was in this line of w o rk th a t his ability was m o st noticeable. / His precision and an unusual tal ent for m a s tering details w e re the two elem e n ts in his m a k e u p which were chiefly responsible for a rapid advance throvigh the m inor positions on the com p a n y 's engineering corps. W h en the Delaware, L a c k ^ v a n n a and W e st ern. Riiilroad Company was badly in need of a division engineer, its atten tion was called to C. C. Rose, and the offer m ade him was sufficiently a t tractive to wean him aw ay from his first love. The L a c k a w a n n a people retained his services only a few years, when the Delaware and Hudson Com pany cam e to realize th a t it had p e r m itted one of its self-m a d e and m u ch needed m en to depart from its employ. As a resu lt h e w e n t b a c k to the com p any which gave him his first start, and it looks as though he re turned for good. Sixteen years have elapsed since he took hold of the m a n a g e m e n t end of the D e la w are and Hudson mines, and’ the progress of this com p a n y is suf ficient proof th a t the confidence and tru s t im p o sed in him w e re entirely justified. U n d e r his charge he bias an arm y of workm en, and am o n g those who kni>w him best he is recognized as a real boss— n o t one of the kind who is obliged to sw e ar a “ s u lphur streak ” to get woi'k accom p lished. Tusten, Sept. 30. — On Tuesday evening, Septem b er 34 th, a pretty home wedding took place at theresi- dence of Mrs. M ary Dick, w h e n h e r eldest daughter, Agnes M a rgretha, was united in m a rriage to Mr. Sw artz ! was in a peculiar R. AIcCormick, of Ozone P a rk, L. I. ' d e n t a t W ilsonville. Prom p tly a t 8.30 the bridal party m a rched into the parlor where. HUNTER MANCLED BY ELY WHEEL Of MOTOR BOAT ENGINE MAY DIE Dr. George C. Lindsay, of Scranton, j threw him against th e fly wheel of J m o tor boat acci -1 engine. P rojecting from the ♦ TTawiov wheel is a handle used to crank up 2 . ’ the engine to sta r t it. IO _ _____ ______ last Saturday, having suffered two j L indsay fell against the revolv-j § the p resence of m any relatives and fractu res of his left leg. one a t the wheel, the handle of w h ich x friends, the ring cerem o n y was p e r- knee, the other a t the m iddle of the c a u g h t and fractu red his left leg. Un- You Can Always Do Better | AT ^ ? THE HUB STORE.! Has Become a Household W rd in This Ylcinity! | form e d by the Rev. Mr. B a u m g a rt- thigh. In addition, th e limb was badly ner, of Barryville. j 'bruised. The bride was becom ingly attired ' T h e accident occurred when Dr. in a gown of w h ite satin and allover Lindsay’s party, Dr. F o rd h a m and lace., a bridal veil arid w reath. j Lewis Healey, were about to' go duck The couple were attended' iss hunting.. H e aley and F o rdham w e re Sophia Dick, sister of the bride, bridesmaid, and Frederick W. Muel- er, cousin of the bride, as best m an. T h e bridesm a id w o re a dress of em - bi'oidered n e t over pink. An alcove in the parlor was decor ated for the occasion w ith a bank of ferns and autum n leaves, in the cen ter of Which was a gold monogram of “M,” and \D and a large wedding bell hung from fh e center of the al- cove. After the ceremony the hridal party, w ith relatives and friends, en joyed a delicious supper. Mr, Fred erick M u eller was toastm a s ter and m a n y pleasing and ap p r o p riate speeches were made. The tables were tastefully decorated w ith ferns and th e w e d d ing cake was prettily o r nam e n ted. A fter the w e d d ing supper dancing m u sic furnished by H e n ze’s or chestra was enjoyed by all until dawn, w h en all departed for th e ir several hom es extending to the bride and groom countless good wishes for luck, happiness and prosperity. The 'bride and groom were the recipients m any beautiful and costly gifts consisting of cut-glass, silver and The groom ’s gift to the bride was sunburst of pearls w ith opal cen ter, and to the best m an, a pearl stick in the boat and Dr. Lindsay was get- I ting in when a lurch of the craft able to move, the crank kept h itting him and thus horribly fractu red the _ v v n t J t iw '->■ vw ..u> bone and m angled the flesh. H e was A i ^ • n ' i dragged from the m a c h inery and Dr. ® SVggeSl ? Q u i t r e a d i n g a n d gO Rodm a n , of Hawley, sum moned. He was then rem o v e d to Dr. Burnsl hos pital In Scranton, w h e re he rem a ins in quite a critical condition. ANNIVERSARY OF Matamoras C flgregation Cele brates Completion of 20 Years With Services This Week. PORT JERVIS P m O R S SPEAR Interesting Exercises of Music and Special Addresses by Neighbor ing Clergjinen—Church Bish op Will Give a Lecture. M atam o ras. Oct. 2.— Hope Church celebrating its tw e n tieth an n i versary w ith special services during the week, the first of w h ich was held on Tuesday evening and w a s atten d ed by a large congregation. Appropriate anthems were render- —I by the choir and Miss B e a trice pin. The bride’s gift to the groom wag ’ Thomas sang a fine soprano solo. a Masonic button, and to the brides m aid, a pearl necklace. The pastor. Rev. W. spoke briefly in slating K e tner, th a t the The b ride’s traveling dress was of _ E v angelical Association had sustain- blue satin trim m e d w ith black and relations w ith various other white, w ith long blue serge coat and denom inations and th a t h a t to m atch. Mr. and Mrs. 'McCormick left propriate a t this tim e th a t other neighboring churches should be NEW RULES IN HIGH SCHOOL It T a k e s 54 C o u n ts-to Get In to the Senior Class And Then Some to G r a d u a te—O rher Classes A re AiTectecl. It isn’t going to be any snap to graduate from P o r t Jervis High School under a new set of rules fram e d by Mr. Roys and endorsed by the B o ard a t Tuesday nig h t’s m e e t ing. L e t the rules speak for th e m selves. A little later they will be p rin t ed and each pupil will have a copy to look at seriously if peradventure tearfully. H e re they are ; Rules and regulations regardii eligibility to the and graduation ] H igh School. Eligibility F o r Classes. F resh m a n — PrelinDinai’y cejrtiflca or its equivalent. Sophom o re ■— N ineteen aeaderr counts, but may be conditioned in o: subject. ' Junioi T—Thirty-six academ ic counts, but m ay be conditioned in one sub ject. Senior— F if ty-four academ ic counts, but m ay be conditioned in one subject. - - Detober, students the class afte r the Jani u a ry exam ina- ft tiohs a t the discretion of the principal j and the faculty. O Conditions of G raduation. Students m ay qualify as candidal for graduation upon m eeting ah th e following conditi< the requirem t nem b e rs m ay be admitte* 5 a f te r th e Jart i. H a v ing anm v e rs- ; m e n t examij m g ( ig na: W e d n esday fo r a w e d d ing to u r to vited to participate in th e a n m v e r s - ; m e n t exam in a tions i: New H a v en, Conn., and points of in- celebration. H e then introduced ' gating 54 academ ic terest in th e east. A fter th e ir re- ^he Rev. Joseph. Y. Irw in, pastor of w h ich no R e g ents examiinations tu r n they will reside in Ozone P a rk . | P o r t Jervis B a p tist Church. w h e re Mr. M cCormick follows his | extended the congratula- trad e of carpenter. The 'bride will be tory greetings of the B a p tist Church, POUND DEAD IN BED. Mr. Thomas Da^is, of Wcstbi-ook- \-ille, Succumbs to Heart Disease. W e stbrookville, Sept. 30. — Mr. Thom a s Davis was found dead iin bed Thursday m o rning, Sept. 26th. C o r oner Cauthers, of M onticello, was sum m o n e d and pronounced death due to h e a r t disease, from w h ich th e de ceased had been suffering fo r some Mr. Davis is survived by his widow and five sm all children, Clara, Id a May, H a rry, Edw a rd and W a lter. T h e funeral was held on Sunday. Rev. J, E, Crane, of W u rtsboro, offi ciating. * The pall-bearers w e re Messrs. George D u rland, H a rry Griffin, F red Bensinger, Harry Moore and George M cCarter, of W estbrookville, and W illiam J. Smith, of P o r t Jervis. -------- ---------- - A fter a hea\w m eal take a couple Of Doan's R egulets, and give your stom a ch, liver and bowels th e help they will need. 'R e g u lets bring easy, reg u lar passages of the bowels.— ^Adv. m issed in h e r old hom e a t Tusten, as she is a friendly young wom an as well as a com p e tent housekeeper. Am o n g the out of town guests w e re : Mr. and Mrs. P e t e r Saul, Mrs. Frederick Mueller, Miss Barbara Saul, Miss E, H e a th, Messrs. P e ter Saul, F rederick and H a rry Mueller, of B rooklyn; Mr. F red Adolph, of Ozone P a r k ; Mr. and M rs.'H . T. Dip- pold and Mr. J. A. Dippold, of New Haven, Conn. ------ 4— - Beiiu'Ose—^Lewis. Goshen, Sept. 26.— ^Announcement is m ade of the m a rriage of Raym o n d J. Bemrose, of this village, to Miss W inifred D. Lewis, of Rockiet, Or ange county. The m a rriage occurred A u g u st 29, 1911, a t th e B e thany Congregational Church, New York City, Rev. Dr. W illard F, O tterson ^ p e rform ing the cerem ony. Lucas—^Winfield, Cards have been received in this city conveying the news th a t Mrs. Em ily E. W infleid, widow of th e late B e n jam in Winfield, of P o r t Jervis, had been m a rried to Mr. Edw a rd Hugo Lucas, and th a t Mr. and Mrs. Lucas would be a t hom e afte r Sept. 24th a t 1,152 Bannock street, D en ver, Colorado. Mrs. Lucas is an au n t of Mr. Celim Seymour, of M atam o ras, and Mas m any friends in this V an Duzei'—^Ivctcham. The m a rriage of Miss Illda Belle K e tc h am , d a u g h ter of Mrs. Thom as K ing DeW.itt, of M iddletown, and R a lph D. \Van Duzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Van Duzei’, of M iddletown, occurred a t noon Tuesday a t the chantry o f Gi-ace Church, New York Mr. Van D u zer is district land and tax agent of the Lehigh Valley R a il road, and treasu rer of the E. W. Van Duzer F u rn itu r e Company, of M iddle- H e is a m e m b e r of the Old O rch ard Club, the Orange County Golf Club, and th e D. K. B. fraternity,and served as assistant treasu rer of the Orange C o u n ty A g ricultural Society for the past two years. The couple will live in Newark. 'V , Paint Now If you ought to have painted last year and w a ited for p a in t to com e down, how m u ch do you th in k you m ade? You’ll buy an extra gallon this year. T h e re’s $5 or $6 fo r paint and labor. You th in k you won’t, b u t you Will; you can’t stretch paint. It is always eo: th e longer you wait, the m o re p a in t and wages . Be sides w h a t p a in t is for. W h a t is for? D E V O E . Jones’ D rug Store sells it.— ^Adv, Hope Clmrcli, 3Iatainoras, Pa„ which is Celebrating Its Twentieth Anniversary This Week. and spoke in an interesting m a n n e r on the im p o rtance of th e preaching Of the Gospel, the great teachings and helpfulness of the Bible, and th e ex ample of the life of Jesus Christ, which was a blessing to mankind. The Rev. W illard C o n g er bore the greetings of the R e form e d D u tch C h u rch of D e e rpark (175 years of age), the oldest church in this sec tion of the country, to one of the youngest w h ich is not yet of age, and, if it were, the political cam p a ign of 1912 affords a great variety of parties and candidates who desire th e 'votes of th e people. Mr. C o n g er’s address was optim istic, encouraging, and full of inspiration to h igher and b e tter achievem ents in th e C h ristian life by reason of th e needed gospel of cheer fulness, m a k ing things attractive and being w e ll-m inded. On Thursday evening, O ctober 3d, the Rev, Sam u el Jones, pastor of the Drew M. E. Church, will deliver an address, and on Saturday evening, O ctober 5th, Bishop S. D. Breyfogel will lecture on “A Tour A round The W o rld.” GETS BACK $1,000 EARRINGS. Ml'S. P r a n k I. A’an d e r B e e k D idn’t K n o w They H a d B e e n Stolen. New York, Oct. 2.— Mrs. F ran k I. V a n d e r Beek, of 762 St. N icholas avenue, didn’t know th a t h e r pearl and diam o n d earrings had been stolen until Detective F itzpatrick w a lked in with them yesterday. Their value is $1,000. F itzpatrick saw C h arles J. Kust, at 201 E a s t N inety-third street, trying to pawn them at Tenth avenue and F o r ty-sixth street. H e arrested K u st. who adm itted th a t he got them from a wom an who had done cleaning for Mrs. V a n d er Beek. Mrs. V a n d er Beek says she won’t prosecute anybody. Mr. and Mrs. Vander Beek have th e ir sum m e r hom e a t Glen Spey, Sullivan county. Itching, to rtu rin g skin eruptions, disfigure, annoy, drive one wild. D o an’s O intm ent brings quick relief and lasting cures. F if ty cents a t any drug store,— ^Adv. id year s I, subject. 2. Taking jects aggr counts. ied the State Depart- in subjects aggre- lunts. Subjects l are 1 the regular c rating 18 Been re iriinjf the C lothing advertisem e n ts in th e new s- ^ papers, sir ? It v ‘>u have you m u st he in a quandary as to ^ where to g o to Imv your FALL OUTFiTFING . M a y we itJggest ? Quit reading and g o to look in g Com e here t o f. ee w h a t we have in store. We are n o t offering $20 Suits f' ^ for $4.99^ tiUt We are shpvvihg's ;fae.(of ^ I Sutls at $6.50 to $2£50 I ^ th a t the ijioaev tvs'r hoi.)>ht ® S ---------- - -------- ;----------- - --------------------------------------------------- ? § We also carry a nice tine of BOYS* and C H IL - f z D R E N * S S U I T from $2 to $6 good values. I I In conjunction with Clothfng we carry a fulUine of M«ii's | I and Boy’s Shoes and other outfittingstoonnm^rons I I to mention, all money savers. | o ----------------------------------------------: ----------------- a 9 Come in and Learn the Value of Your Dollar. 9 TRADE WITH A CA^H STORE. We Operate a Cr a ln of Stores. | THE HUB STORE. I The Store That Saves You Money.” ± 70 PIKE STREET, ,PORT JERVIS, N. V. I Store Formerly Occupied by Flanaganr 9 Johnson & Stoll’s! 92 PIKE ST. urse sub- Ldditional 3. The entire 72 counts shall be so distributed as to m e e t the conditions of the academ ic diplom a granted by th e S tate D e p a rtm e n t, 4. An average of not less th a n (75 p e r cent.) seventy-five per cent, m u s t be m a intained during the Senior year in each subject, A student falling be low 60 per cent, in any estim a te or test, m ay be dropped from the senior class im m e d iatelj’. Stiidents who secure the required 72 counts as a result of the June ex am inations m ay become candidates for graduation at that time, although not having previously enjoyed the privileges of the senior class. Pro vided, however, th a t they have p u r sued the subjects, m aking an aggre gate of 72 counts fo r the full tim e re quired by the Regents. E n tran c e to R e g e n ts exam inations shall be determ ined by the joint .ludg- m e n t of the teacher and princirtal. Subjects in w h ich no exam inations are given by the R egents B o ard may be counted in the aggregate if the sec ond year’s work is being taken. These rules, it is said, will reduce the Senior Class a t present from about 40 m em b ers to 12 m em b ers. Sales Agents for the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Restwell Silk Floss M attress^ I PRO H IB ITIO N TIC K E T NAMED, Alexander M eNioholl o f New York, P u t Up F o r Governor. Olean, N. Y., Sept. 30.— T h e State Prohibition ticket as nom inated here Septem b er 25'th follows : Governor— Dr. Alexander McNich- oll, of New York. Lieutenant-G o v e ror— C lark Allis,of Secretary of State— B en D. \Wright of l.ockpcrt. Co: - \ Bingham ton. T reasuier— A itliur A. Amidon, Jameslcvvn. A ttorney-G eneral— E rnest A.W ood ruff. <.f Olean. Stale Er-feineer— V. C. Mott, of B u f falo. Associate Justices of the C o u rt of Appeals— E . J. Baldwin, of Elm ira, and G ilbert Elliot, of Kings. 'i’he ticket was nom inated a t the close oi one of the m o st enthusiastic convention • in the history of the P ro- luhitio.n paity. The delegates assert th a t 'the party will double the num ber of votes cast a t the preceding State election. A m o v em ent to raise money for party purposes resulted in the contribution of $12,000 on the floor of the convention hall. OiKMiiug of Union House. Mr. Jam e s E. Corbett, an experi enced hotel m an of New York City and Nqwburgh, has leased the Union H o u se a t No. 18 W e st Main street and, afte r m a k ing extensive repairs and im p rovem ents to the house, will soon move to this city and open it as a first-class hotel. D a n ce of D e law a re D rum Corps. Delaw are Fife and D rum Corps, of M atam o ras, held an enjoyable dance in Kaufman’s Hall, Matamoras, on Tuesday evening w ith over 50 cou ples in attendance, including m a n y from P o rt Jervis. M usic was fu r nished by Miss Corwin and Mr. Mid- daugh. ^ I H a n n a h . I Johnson St Stoll. | In tire Face of t Cold Weattter! J One of our new fail over- + coats in colors black, grey. ^ tan and rich oxford grey, t Some of them silk faced and silk lined for added elegance, t Fall Suits i Rich browns and greys, 4^ many imported fabrics and ^ all the new models for^ fall t and winter. f Young Bros. Hats $3 i Knox Hats $3.S0 | Sweater Coats i 5enj.niin Underwear I J.M.DeWitt,Cor. Pike &Ball Sts., Port Jervis | FIXIWTEIB GUILD O F F ICERS. P i’esbyterian Ghureli Society Elects F o r E n s u ing Y e ar. The regular m o n thly m e e ting of the Flow e r Guild of the F ir s t P res byterian Church -was held on Tues day evening a t t h e 'home of Miss Bes sie Goble, '82 Orange street. There was a large attendance of member#. The annual election of officers took place and resulted as follows : Second Vicie-President- ence C h ant, S e c retary — h a r d t A ssistant n a M ulford, : -Miss Flor-s Miss F lo r e - c e Burifc- Secretary—^Miss Georgfe- ,n n a M ulford, T reasurer— ^Mies Bessie M artin. The next reg u lar m e e ting is to be in th e form of a Hallow e 'en social. R e freshm e n ts w e re served a t ’Bn® close of th e business session. >Iilk P rice R is e s % Cent. B e g inning Oct, 1, the price of miik. delivered a t B o rden cream e ries ad vanced from to 3% cents.