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The Fairport herald. (Fairport, N.Y.) 1873-1925, September 26, 1917, Image 4

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™&1'1 -1 VtAVWSl s, rtrij'.,. .V, p.- 1' • m $•••' & «s ** t' ! s>. <^- \ft. t'- lilt; fe i K K ss $w ft- m THE V PAIRPORT HmALDv:^p;DS*ESDAY t SEPTE1V^ER;26, ij^l 7 • * • ££' your Church Doing* are Recordod here, It's your Own Fault not Notice to Fairport Church Go-er» Your attention 'is called to posters in the store windows and to placards that will appear-in the windows of pri- vate homes the last of this week, ad- vertising the united Rally Day servi- ces in all our Sunday schools next Sun- day. It is the expectation of the co- operating churches to have over one thousand people in the schools on that day. With your help they will. A unique plan has been formed to advise each Sunday school what the total en- rollment is. Each school will know its own attendance and the total.' We wish to express our hearty sym- pathy with the movement and to urge you to dp your utmost to make . it a success. Let nothing keep you away. are urged to attend. ~ • * \The Kingdom Ideal\ will be the subject for Sunday morning service. Come and get instruction and help on this matter. Out services« are open to any and~all who.do not want to—go elsewhere. We want to help you. Come to the service of helpfulness. Now for the Rally Day at the morning service.and the Sunday school. We.want every member present next Sunday.' A fine- program. Good singing, many special features. Don't miss it. Read the posters and let everybody go somewhere to Sunday School Rally Day. - ~- Union srevice at the Raymond Bap- tiBt church at 7:30. The Jubilee tea party Saturday afternoon in the chapel at 3 o'clock will be unique. Bring your mite boxes and pledges.' Come and rejoice together over our Ceylon school. RAYMOND BAPTIST. H. R. SAUNDERS. PASTOR Residence. No. 12 East Church St- Rally Day in all the churches. Morning worship at 10:30. Great session of the Supday school and Bara- ca clasB at 12 o'clock. Every officer, every scholar in place. Union service in this church at 7:30. The subject will be \The Minis- There is a mighty good reason why you | ter, *' this by request. should be there, tell you. Come and.we will R. S. Carman, J. W. Davies. J. H. Sandmeyer, H. R. Saunders. ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL. REV. JEROME KATES. Rector Services will be held Sunday evening at 7:15 o'clock. Great Sunday school -rally in First Baptist church Wednesday evening at 7:30. Speakers from Rochester. A great rally also under auspices of Woman's Missionary society Thurs- day at 2:30 p. m. Let us make, this a big week. The Home of Cordiality will be doing its bit. • >/>\* ; \%: : FIRST BAPTIST RAYMOND S.CARMAN. Pastor Residence. No. 11 Pleasant St. Next Sunday morning is Rally day in all the churches—that means church and Sunday school too. Let us make it one of the big days of the church life ol Fairport. With your help we can do it. Do not let company, or visiting, or indolence keep you away. The subject of the morning sermon, \Our Glorious Work. \ Morning wor- -Bhjp is at 10:30 The Sunday school me-tf» at noon. Come and help us have ou. share of the 1000. Rally Day will be c'o r el wit'i a union service in the Raymond iiap ist church at 7:30 p m. The3e are days of union co-operative effort The individual plans for prtyer meeting were changed this week to make possible the holding of a united prayer service on Wednesday evening in the Baptist church at 7:30 to listen to two splendid speakers from Roches- ter presenting the work of the Monroe County Sunday school association. At the close of the union Sunday school prayer meeting to night all the officers and teachers of our school will meet for a short business session. Invitations are out for a social of the Baraca class in the church parlors on Thursday evening of this week, for the men and their wives. The committee having the evening in charge assure_ua-af_a-pleaaant-time. The Monroe Baptist Association holds its annual sessions in the Parsells Baptist church next Thursday and Fri- day, Oct. 4-5. Distinguished speak- ers and practically hdpful subjects and discussions characterize the program. The*men of this church, are especial- ly interested in a supper for men on Thursday, Oct. 4. Wednesday, Oct. 3, is missionary meeting, supper and covenant meeting. At the missionary meeting at 3:30, a home, . missionary address will be given by an out of town speaker. Supper served at 6 o'clock. FIRST METHODIST. J. «. SANDMEYER. PASTOR, Residence. No. 16 Perin at. The end of our fiscal year has ar- rived. Sept. 30th is the last Sunday before the Genesee Annual Conference which meets in Grace church, Roches- ter, on Oct. 3d. There will be a heart-warming report next Sunday, not only over the past year, but also over what was done last Sunday for the coming conference year. The year was auspiciously launched. \The Moral of a Task Properly Done\ will be the pastor's theme Sunday morning. Also there will be opportunity for baptism and reception of members. Morning worship at 10:30. Rally Day in the Sunday school will be unique this year. Flowers and canary birds and a rapid moving program form part of thiB interesting one hour. The four churches observe Rally Day. The aim is to have at least 1000 in all of the schools. We must not fall down on our quota. Rather we will exceed it. Rally Day at noon. The Epworth League at 6:30. Top- ic \Discouragement and Its Cure.\ Leader, Clarence Winagle. 7:30 a union service of the four churches ' in the Raymond Baptist church. Itwillbea good service. The Monroe County Sunday-School association will present its plan to a union service in the parlors of the First Baptist church this evening at 7:30. The business meeting of ^the~official board of this church~an~ nounced for tonight at 8:30 wiH begin promptly. It is important. The Wishing Ring Tickets have been selling well for \The Wishing Ring,\ to be given Friday and Saturday evenings in ^the town hall under the auspices of the Eastern Stars. ~The principal charac- ters are as follows: Jean Ruth Lyon Allen Genevieve Lyon Mother Mrs. Orlo Adams Moon Beam...... , Lillian Ellsworth MiBtress Mary .. Vesta Eaten Knave of Hearts.. . t . . Harold Parce King's Messenger. .Raymond Coomber Mother Goose Frances Ruhffson Marjorie Daw Elizabeth P|U Tom Tom Bruner §pwrj Simple Simon Will Slufeno Geraldine .Jack Sullivan The Pie-man John Bahler Mrs. Jack Spratt Mrs. Nonever Mr. Jack Spratt Hugh Stevely Bo Peep Virginia Reed The King of Heart Glenn Lord yueen of Heart Mrs. Clarence Winagle King Cole . Raymond Lee Mrs. Pumpkin Eater . .. . Mrs. S. C. Schummers CLASPED FOR SALE FOR SALE—Bushel crates. BraBser, manufacturer, Road, East Rochester. George Lincoln 24tf FOR SALE—New milch cows, calves by-side;—Inquire - of _ WT~F. — Baconr East. Rochester, Fairport Road. 26t3 FOR SALE—On account of leaving I will Bell the following property at private Bale on the Bumpus farm one mile south of Fairport: Good family cow, black mare, weight 1100 lbs., kind and true; 2 covered buggies, one-horse lumber wagon, pair of light bobs, single harness, milk can and churn Land patch of mangel wurzel beets. William P. Flint. 26t2 FOR SALE—Good .eighty-acre farm in Penfield, six acres ol apples and good buildings. Also another good 75-acre farm, in good location on improved road near Fairport; will sell cheap for quick sale. Maur- hofer & Lee, Fairport. FOR SALE—Good 4-griddle Dockash range, Radiant Home heater, good surrey, extra fine 3-year-dld colt, Registered Shropshire Rams. Lewis F. Allen, Macedon, N. Y., Bell phone 52F4. 25t2 FOR SALE OR EXCHANGR—7* room house, practically_new/ all improvements, Bmall barn, nice fruit; also a good 7-room house, wired for lights, city and Boft water, both well rented, for a farm about 60 acres within 10 miles of Fairport. Dixon. FOR SALE—Indian motorcycle. S. C. Schummers, Fairport, N. Y. HITS A SUBMARINE CONGREGATIONAL J. WM. DAVIES. Pastor Residence. No. 120 South Main Street This church unites with the other churches of Fairport in the special union Sunday school service to be held in the First Baptist church at 7:30 Wednesday evening. All our people LISTEN TO THE EYERWELLS ^*p* ^Y\\rv\$S I'm •• „ awful -\Wight- M^mmAth'vrvKs v vtw daddy's rUWt V (\F course lama bright boy—why \^.. shouldn't I be? My folks have always taken 1 the very best care of mc 'and have shown mc how I can take care of my health. While I'm here I'd like to say a good word for our family's drug store. They are mighty nice folks to do business with if yo\i want to enjoy good health. HUPP DRUG CD. •...-.- . • ' , '••- *,- • - • ; FAIRP6RT, N. Y/ NEW PRINCIPAL Albert T. Bouck of Glen Cove Conies to Fairport Scho'oli The board of education has engaged as principal of the Fairport schools to succeed Principal J. L. Hopkins, who resigns to enter Y. M. C. A. work, Albert T. Bouck, for the last seven years superintendent of the public schools of Glen Cove, L. I. Mr. Bouck will assume his duties next. Monday morning. The board had several applications before it, and many of the candidates, including Mr. Bouck, made personal visits here. Mr. Bouck received his education -at Utica Free ^Academy, Utica Business College, and Tayjor and Columbia Universities. He holds a state certificate for life. He had had 23 years experience in the schools of the state at Cedar Lake, Washing* ton Mills. Verona, Antwerp, Olean and Glen Gove. He has interested himself in Boy Scout work, and has held the position of Scout Commis- sioner in Nassau county. He is 45 years of age, married, and has a son and a daughter, and will move his family here as soon as.he decides upon a house. -- * ' Harry Hanford, Tells of Experience on 1 U. S. S. Arkansas ^ H Harry Hanford of. this, village, wha<< joined the navy in the spring, has beeni visiting his father and sister here during the past few days, and he has many interesting experiences to relate. The young sailor has been across to France several times as a member of the crew of the U. S. S. Arkansas and on one of these occasions a sub*: marine was sighted about four miles away. One shot from the big battle- ship knocked the submarines periscope off and - the'submersible tipped up on end and sank in view of the crew who had assembled'on-deck for action^ Mr. Hanford says that thus far he had not met anyone whom he knew, either on sea or'in port as there arfei no others from \ this section on his ship or its consorts. He likes, the life and work in the service and says the men are well taken care of and provided for in the matter of food and clothing. FOR SALE—Acclimated EngliBh wal- nut trees. Zack and Charles Freer, Walworth, N. Y. 25t6 FOR SALE—Regal Red Cross range with-water front, also oak side- board. No. 35 Parker street. FOR SALE—Good second-hand cam- era. Hardick & Fellows. TO RENT TO RENT—Vacant Bhack. J. Cary, 96 Parce ave. Mrs. W. WANTED WANTED—All kindB of old junk, metal, rags 2 1 and Raper for cash. H. Sherman, commonly known as \Irish Home phone 108A. 15eow WANTED—Young to board owner Herald office. married couple of house. M, WANTED—Three or four .furnished rooms. Enquire 40 Parce ave. ltp n\ DRAFT LIST Continued from\ Page 1. Wm. F. Bauer, Irondequoit, dairy farmer, claim denied. Peter D. Braman, East Penfield, farmer, claim denied. Thomas M. Smith, Webster, owner of evaporator, claim denied. Qhaa. H. Carlin, Fairport, telegraph operator, New York Central, claim denied. Clifford B. Fessenden, East Roch- ester, farm band, temporary exemp- tion until Dec. 1. CJaim.8 allowed—Fred Schrader, farmer, Penfield; Lewis E. Blanchard, farmer, -Penfield. Claims denied—Raymond. Erhardt, farmer, Penfield; .Samuel Goodwin, paper maker, East Rochester. Appeals denied—Geo. Archambo, wife, East Rochester. .,_; • WANTED—Stenographer and office assistant. Horseheads Glove - Com- pany, Fairport, N. Y. WANTED—Work by day or half day, by woman living on North aide. Address this office. LOST LOST—Lady's \ handbag containing trolley tickets and small' amount of money. Finder return to this office. ltp groom's farm three miles north of Victor. A' pre nuptial event was a largely attended shower given by the Misses Galvin of Rochester. H. Honsinger and family moved to Camden, N. Y. have •i \•\if Mrs. R. B. Nichols Mja. Robert B. NichoTsTwho. had been in failing health several months, passed awfiy at 1:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the family home on-South 1 Main street— 'She was 67 years of age Aug. 27th last. Besides her bus* band she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Johanna VnnWinkle, of Sodua; one sister, M™. Mary Cunnlngahm, of Sodus; two brothers, W.m. Cunning- ham, of Red Creek, and Paul Cunning- ham, of Sodua; one half sister, Mrs. Abram Smith, of NewVrlct and one half brother, A. J. Telllor, of Wolcott. The funeral,* which will be private, 'Will be held at the house tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, and inter- ment will be made In Mount Pleasant cemetery. \ - - sa-.. Elliott R. Fisk left-last week to enter Hamilton college. • J- '* . Tiicher-Hickey The marriage of Miss Margaret Theresa Hickey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hickey of Fairport to Benjamin Tischer of Victor took place Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Church of the Assumption,- Fairport, Rev. J. L. Codyro officiating. The brt.de was attended by her sister,* Mrs. ThomaaSl. Sullhan, and the.best man was Thomas Tischer, brother of the. groom. \ ,:• * The bride was gowned in midnight blue crepe meteor and. wore a large black hat. The matron of honor wore gray crepe do chine and a biack hat. -After thf cereniony a wedding din- nor was sernd at the home of the bride's parents to the membersVof the families of the bride and groom,7Mr. and/ KtrfioTiflcher;left^ for a Chicago and on their return will reside on the PO YOU LIKE BREAD? Most people do. That is rcallv good, reliable bread. (Bread that is white and sweet, with that luscious, nutty flavor so delightful to the taste. Bread that is thoroughly healthful, digestible and val- uable for its nutritious Qualities.. If so, then order Hough's bread served at your table/ You soori regard it as an old and steadfast friehd^when its Hough's. •-. ForSa'le at <--r^;^••_,;.•.:•:-';.-,,•••;• : \ E, IX WARREN'S #T| Original and novel are the lat- n est Fall creations we have on display thfe week. Your new Fall costume would . be* incomplete indeed-without v one of these charming and ex- clusive haits to set it off. £TT Our offerings should help you -\ decide at once, foretime is precious —where styles like these are concerned. VELVET TRIMMED HATS $3.98 to $15,00 THE CELEBRATED GOSSARD CORSET $2.50 to $8.50 MISS A. D. SPROUL 11 South Main St. Fairport, N. Y. We Give Gold Bond Stamps -•• -•• • ••• ••\• •••\••• J • \** Total Loss, No Insurance is the oft-repeated expression which tells its own tale of putting off till tomorrow that which should have been done today. Neglecting to insure or forgetting to pay premiums when due cause a loss of many millions of dollars every year to property owners. Don't be one of them, but get your insurance now. A. W. Palmer, Insurance Agency 103 Clark Building, Fairport, N. Y. ~^ Bell Phone: Office 120-W Residence 221-J |C. 0. D PRICES FOR THIS WEEK I i 6 Rolls .Toilet Paper ----- 25c 5 Gal. Oil ----. . ,- - 60c 2 lbs. Seeded Raisins - - -' • - - 25c 6 Cakes Fels Naptha Soap - 35c io lbs. Scratch Grain - - - - - 45c ioo lbs. Scratch Grain - $4.25 7 lbs. Laying Mash - -'. - - 25c' i lb. Old Fort Coffee, best in'town for - - 22c I lb. Nut Ma rgarine - - - - - 30c i lb. Oleomargarine • - - - - 25c I Large Package Purity Oats - - - \22c Genuine Codfish Strjp , - - - - . 15c lb. Try Old Homestead Coffee, best at a'ny price 30c Galvanized Wash Tub - - -. . - =.' 75c Good Wash Board 25c MILTON McBRIDE Home Phone 39-X, Bell Phone 11S-W A 117 North Main Street m ?2ixPik mt tm&?rZi± m Merchant*' Delivery HELD HIGH ijvcverybody'a.esteem the high grade quaHty and purity of our confection*, bon bons and. , chocolates deservedly are. ,Those .who haven't tested the deliciousncss of ;our candies should try them, as you can'bring them into your .. Tiome,for the little ones without (car of harmful, colorings and flavorings. Try our candies to-* day if you haven't yet Rested them. \ .< FAIRPORT CANDFKlICHEf^I . v t m £&&££ A i

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