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mmmCH BULLETIN, .SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 19TS NEWS FROM EASTERN CONNECTICUT AND WESTERN RHODE ISLAND. Who is .Going and Coming Incidents. Accidents and Building in Three Counties. New London County LIBERTY HILL Paster to Lecture in Hartford -Sale of Shap. Rev Elwell O. Mead is? to deliver an address before the Men's club at the Asylum Hill church, Hartford, next Tuesday night. Buys Shop. Mrs. Kate L. Clark has bought the blacksmith shop on Liberty Hill street of E. A. Stiles. The Ladies' Sowing' circle met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pal mer Friday afternoon. Rev. E. O. Mead has been calling' on hl pariahloners here this week. Mrs. Ella Peckham haa been engaged to teach the remainder of the school term at Kick Hill and commenced Wednesday. The former teacher re signed. Mr. and Mrs. Everett C. Payson' at tended the funeral of Mr. Payson's aunt in Charlton, Mass., a week ago Sunday. J. Henry Clarke the trast fall and winter has cleared off brush and white birches from 20 acres or more of pas ture land. Th new church hymn book came Saturday and was used Sunday. Mrs. G. B. Dimon and son Richard were in Hartford a (few days last week with Mrs. Dlmon's "sister-in-law, who is sick. ASHWILLETT Swain Farmhouse Burned Plans for Summer Camp. The Swain farmhouse, owned by week. Mr. Fmymey was in Norwich ground during Friday nigrht of Itust wefc. 'Mr. Tmjraey was in Norwich at the time. Moving from Fort Wright. .Mr. Touns from Fort Wright is at his farm htre, overseeing making im provement to the buildings. His fam ily is soon to move here. The work is being: done by John Holmes. Fred Sisadman and two sister, of North Stonington village, were look hif over some property at Cossadduc Hiil the first of the week, planning to balli a bungalow for a summer earni. .1n. Graver C Main Is the first hers to have a hen setting. Mrs. Julia A, Crumb entertained lie? sister from Jewett Citj-, Sunday. Ceorge Pierce and Ste-ie Campbell were in Westerly, Saturday. Daniel S. Guile and family of Poquetanuck were Sunday callers at Mrs. Sarah 'Barnes.' Mrs. Charles Palmer spent a day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. N. Main recently. MOHEGAN There were good attendances at church Sunday, morning and evening. Mrs. Averj'. who has been ill with a void, is somewhat better. . Burrill H. Fielding of New London ras in this place Sunday. Mr. Denison Davis and son Ray ond of Mystic have been visiting t"r. and Mrs. Hunter for a few days. Mrs. Dolbeare who has been ill for a, few days is better. Mrs. Fowler and . Miss Cynthia 1-Vrw!er cailed on friends at Trading Cove the first of the week. --Irs. Hunter, who has been, quite ill is improving. Mrs. Quidaeo:i and . 39rs. Fowler . Mrs. E. T. Baker, Monday. 7r. Siai'ii and daughter of Nor wich vrzr-3 guesta of Mrs. Meech the i'.rt ci tlio wtl:. O.srlsa Mstliavi's was in Norwich Vi-ssiay. Mirn Trumbull of New London at tended church in Mchegan Sunday. Jldw.s' O'Brien, who underwent a s-rious operation at the B&ckue hos :.:ft; a few days ago, is slightly im proved. Mn. Chappell, who has been ill with grip is better. NORTH FRANKLIN Henry Orrnsby of South Windham is spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs.-Fred Clarke. Herbert R. Hoffman of Northamp ton, Mass., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Jennette Hoffman. Mrs. Frank Case of New London is visiting Mrs. Hannah KIngsley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crandall and datighter, Myra, of South Windham, were. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Crandall. Mr. and Mrs. William Robinson of Lebanon were callers Sunday on Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Clarke. Mrs. A. T. Browning and daughter, Myrtiee, have spent several days in different towns in Rhode Island. Edgar Kingsley of New York city spent Sunday and Monday with, his eister. Miss Eliza Kingsley. Rev. Harry Beadle of Pomfret, was visiting- this week with Mr. and Mrs. William C. Smith. Mrs. Cruthere of Norwich spent Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Malioney. Mrs. Annie Browning of Rehovoth, Mass., spent the week with Mrs. Grace Peckham. , MASHAPAUG Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Smith called recently on E. O'Brien at Backus hospital. His condition is reported as fav orable. - Edward O'Brien and Lyman Smith Lave been having corn and wood cut r.i: machine the past week. Mrs. 'guiwman' 'has 'been very ill. ' Mrs. - arid Mrs. Bert Bradford of New Jersey are moving" here. ' Lincoln Rogers was in 1 Norwich, FrUay. - - . A number from this place attended the supper at Mohegan -schoolhouse last Friday evening. . ..... .. John Griffith was a visitor here Sunday. - - George Iaham was a visitor Sunday at' the. home of his. parents, Mr, and Mrs. David Isham. NORTH LYME W. M. Sisson and son were in Deep River and1 Ivoryton, Monday. " Miss jcmily Stark is improving in health. Miss Kate- McNamara of Chester is caring for her. W. S. Strong aid family visited at L. M. Stark's in Byshan, Friday. Mrs. H. B. Maynard entertained a targe number of ladies Monday- at a, meeting of. the Birthday club. An elaborate dinner was served and a very enjoyable day was spent social- ONE HUNDRED LIVE CORRESPONDENTS GOSHEN C, E. Social Addition . to Church Membership Death of Mrs. Samuel Perkins. A Christian Endeavor social was held in Academy hall, Goshen Hill, Friday evening. A number from this place attended the auction at the Cleveland farm, at the north end -of the town, Tuesday. Albert Kenyon butchered four hand some pigs Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. . Willis O. Fuller or Columbia were guests of friends here Monday. At the close of the morning? sen vice Sunday one member was received into church membership by letter. FUNERAL. " Mrs, Samuel Perkins. The death of Mrs.' Samuel Perkins occurred Saturday at the old home stead of Deacon William Frink, on the Scott Hill road. Mrs. Perkins had been ill with pneu monia. Her husband and three chil dren survive her. Many from this place were in attendance at the fu neral, held Tuesday in the Baptist church at Scott Hill. The high temperature with the songs of spring birds reminds -one cf April rather than late February. The rain of Thursday made " trav eling on country roads anything but a pleasure. Andrew Warner, who has been se riously ill with pneumonia, is slowly recovering. William TibbRts of Tantic is haul ing ties from the Pillar woodlot. LISBON Miss Cady to Soak of Mountain Whites Social at J. H. Kennedy's. Miss Charlotte Cady of Oxford, Mass., will give a talk Sunday evening on Misson work anions tee Mountain whites. J. H. Kennedy and Fred Kanahan were in Hartford Tuesday and Wed nesday, attending the state poultry meeting. Mrs. Albonesi has been at her former home in Brooklyn for a few days this week. Took Part in Contest. Walter Hyde was in New London Saturday as one of the three students from the Norwich Business College who took part in the tvpewriting con tests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dziomba and three children of Laurel Hill were vis itors at Mrs. J. H. Kennedy's, Sunday. J. Herbert Irons cf Hartford was at his father's O. H. Irons' over Sunday. For the past three weeks he has been employed in Seymour, repairing an en gine thst is three stories high. F. Jl, Hyde was the guest of his sister.- Mr?. F. S. Avery in Norwich Town, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thornton with their three sons, Irving', Edward and Everect of Jewett City, spent Sundav at Mrs. C. A. Meli's. Fifty at Social, - Th ere ' was an attendance of near!" fifty at a social held at Mrs. J. H Kennedy's, Thursday evening, about a dozen coming- from Jeweti Citv and several frOm Norwich. Games and pl.?no selections furnished entertain ment. Refreshments were served. OAKDALE Ladies' Social Union Elects Officers. At the. Congregational church on Sunday, the pastor. Rev. C. L. French, spoke from Rom. 4: 17 and John IS: 36. The Ladies' Social union met Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. F. C. Scholfield. It being the annual meeting of the union these officers were re elected for the ensuing year: Presi dent, Mrs. A. L. Rogers; secretary, Miss C. S. Parker; treasurer. Miss Jessie Scholfield. The reports given by the various officers showed the year to have been a very prosperous one for the union. Mrs. Herbert Turner of Lake Kono moc visited her daughter, Mrs. Ever ett Thompson, Wednesday. Clinton, the little son "of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thompson, and Jennie, the little granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brooks, who have been ill, are much better. CHESTERFIELD Mrs. Solomon of Norwich, who' has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kaplan, has returned home. People from here attended the dance the middle of the week at Warren Rogers' of North Plain. Mr. and Mrs (""noi-les Powers and family visited friends In UncasviU Sunday. Misses Mollie and Goldie Kaplan of New York, spent the holiday Monday with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Robert Taylor returned to her home in New London, Wednesday, after caring for her mother two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Miller, who have been to New York to attend a wedding, have returned home. Schools have been open one. even ing this week for the benelit of the parents, who visited the schools and heard the class exercises. LEFFINGWELL The social held with Mrs. Frank Rose of Wauwecus Hill Tuesday eve ning was well attended. The people of this place were conveyed there in two horse team wagons, one driven by Fred Leffingweli and. the other by Fred Gallup. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. LeGrand Chappell were guests Sunday of Mrs. C, J. Palmer! Miss Florence Taylor of Norwich was the guest, of her parents Sunday. A missionary meeting was held with Mrs. J. G: Ward Wednesday afternoon. Miss Gladys Lefffngwell of Norwich was the guest Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lefflngwell. Mr. and Mrs. George Sheldon of East Great Plain were callers at F. C. Lef fingwell's Sunday. . . ..... GRISWOLD Robert Brewer and family went is New York Saturday. A number from here attended the Pomona grange meeting in Norwich last week. Mt-s. Jane, Lester returned last week Wednesday from a week's visit with relatives in Westerly. T. Fred Edmond returned Tuesday from a few days' visit with his brother in Hartford. Mrs. Josephine Parker of Baltic is visitinsr at the home of S, G. Norman. HANOVER Combined Free Will Offering and Wil lard Memorial Meeting Washington Social. The combined free-will offering and Wiilard Memorial meeting of the W. C. T. U. was held Sunday evening in the Congregational church. The program was in charge of the executive com mittee with Mrs. James Bennett, presi dent of the local union presiding. An explanation of the origin of and work done by the Wiilard Memorial fund was given by Miss Caroline Gallup. Rev. M. J. B. Fuller spoke on Mile stones in the progressive work of the past. Mrs. Bennett gave interesting sketches of the lives of Miss Susan Anthony and Miss Frances Wiilard. Special music by the choir and a solo by Mrs. Frank Smith added to the pro gram. Patriotic Social. A Washington social was given Mon day evening by the Ladies' Guild under the direction of Mrs. Standish. A patriotic program given by the children was much enjoyed. Readings were given by Miss Jane Chapman Gallup, and Miss Caroline Gallup. A violin solo by August Bannier, accompanied by Mrs. Burdick and also the patri otic songs by the chorus were enjoyed. Ice cream and cake were served in the vestry at the close of the program. Campfire Meeting. A program of unusual interest was given at the February meeting of the Woman's Missionary society, at the home of Mrs. Angus Park, Thursday afternoon. This was a camp-fire meet ins based on the "Child at Home.' from the "Chiki in the Midst", and was led by jMiss Jane Chapman Gallup. Visitors were present from out of town. A very pleasant social hour was en joyed at the clcse, refreshments being served by the hostess. Brief Mention. Miss Hattle Standish of Nprwicl has been the guest of Mrs. William U. Park, during the week. Miss Mary Mullen and Miss Mar garet Delaney of Norwich were guests over Sunday oi" Mr. and Mrs. M. De laney. A number from Hanover attended the Fa.luc-Taftville basketball game in WilliinanUc, Tuesday evening. NIANTIC AVilliam Bond of Harvard College passed the holiday with 'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bond at the Luce residence in Main street. S. O. Harrington will convert his store into a bungalow. Miss Isabelle Waldorf has returned to her home in Hartford, after spend ing the holiday in the village. The Brailey family has moved from the Pellow house in Lincoln street, to the Robert's place. Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Bishop passed Srnday with Mrs. Bishop's sister, 5irs. Martha Bishop, at Flanders. .Mrs. Ma it Morgan, who has been making- a.visit in New London, haa re turned. ('apt. and Mrs. Nelson J. Huntley are passing the winter with their daughter Mr. Guidon V. O'oates, in Hartford. . 'Ir. and Mrs. Stephen Bond of New York, passed the week-end and the holiday at their residence on Chamnlin liiil. Harry Washburn of Norwich spent the week-end at his cottage in the Pines. Mrs. George Kinne Crandall of New London was the guest of her mother. Mi-s. A. Elizabeth Spencer, in Wash ington avenue, the first of the week. Miss Elizabeth L. Colville, has closed her cottage, and gone to the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Adams, at New Fane, Vt., for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dorman have returned to their cottage in the Grove, after two months' visit to relatives in Willimantic and a number o places in Massach u setts. Rev. Walter V. Gray of Waterford was a business caller in Niantic, Mon day. LEONARD BRIDGE Weinstein-Marias Wedding' Salmon Clarke's 72nd. Birthday. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wein stein Sunday night, Miss Bessie Mariss of New York and Benjamin Weinstein of this place were united in marriage by a Rabbi from Colchester. The best man was a cousin of riio bride and frtm New Tork city. The bride was gowned in white satin, prettily trim med with beads. Her veil was fast ened by a, wreath of flowers. About two hundred friends and relatives were present, coming from Boston, New York, and Colchester. The newly mar ried couple will reside at tho home of the groom's parents on the McCall farm.- Surprised on Birthday. Salmon Clarke was agreeably sur prised Saturday evening by a" partv of friends and neighbors who called and spent the evening it being Mr. Clarke Tiind birthday. A pleasant evening was spent with various selec tions on the yictrola. Morris Valinaky has had a large new hen house built and will so into the poultry business. It Is reported that Mr. LeVallie has purchased the Oliver place. Mr. Ar cher will move from the Oliver place to a place near Boston. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Cumminga and children were in Colchester, Sunday. Frank Adams and George Standish of Westchester were local callers Tues day. GARDNER LAKE Miss Lena Avery is spending some time at the home of her father, Irwin Avery. S. A. Dolbeare filled the Icehouses of Mrs. Minnie Phillips and Everett Willis, Saturday. Wellesley C. Hanney was the sruest of his teacher, -Mr. Florens O'Connor, at his home in Colchester for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hanney were callers in North Stonington last week. wek. ' ... - Mr. and Mrs. James Lathrop and son Tyron, of Raymond Hill called on friends at this place Sunday. Maynard brothers have rented the Gardner House, now owned by S. A. Dolbeare. The many friends of Mrs. Clara Fish Perkins, formerly of this place, were grieved at hear of her death at her home on Scott Hill. LAUREL GLEN Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Swain were call ers at W. L. Main's Saturday. Mr. Hill was called horn last week on account of the illness of his son Ray. .Howard Martin and family were vis itors at Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Maine's Sunday. ... Rev. Mr. Tan Horn ii Ash away is expected to ipreach in the chapel Sun day. ' -.-' SALEM Contributions to Congregational Church Building Fund Public Library to Open Soon. - - Rev. R. IT. Crawford preached a most effective sermon Sunday morning. The Y. P. S. C. E. service in the even ing was led by Mrs. Carl Rogers. Topic, Favorite chapters of the Bible. Arthur Kingsley recited the 23rd Psalm; Dwight Marvin the first Psalm and Le Roy Bailey the 13th chapter of 1st Corinthians. The pastor gave a help ful talk-on the subject with illustra tions. Additional Contributions. Recent contributions to the building fund are as follows: Local Deacon Al bert Morgan, $500; Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Ray, $5; Miss Katherine L. Ray, J5; Clyde A. Ray, $1. From out of town Mrs. Elizabeth Latham, Bab cock of Providence, R. I., $25; Rev. Ernest L. Wisemer for the First Con gregational church at Bristol. $10; A. D. Somers, of Bristol $1; D. J. Morey. of Bristol, $1; J. S. Chidsey, also of Bristol, $2. While In town this week Rev. R. H. Crawford was the guest of Miss Theo dora and Miss Jennie Hurlburt. Walked to Colchester. Tha teachers and tipper grade pupils in the Central and West Road districts attended the prize speaking contest of the Colchester Public schools last Wed nesday afternoon. A party of nine pu pils of the Central school walked to the village a distance of seven miles. Tho distance was covered by two of the pupils in one and one-half hours. Lawrence Spencer and Charles Miner also made the return trip on foot mak ing a. hike of fourteen miles. While in town the pupils of the Center ychoo! entertained at the home of their teach er. Miss E. T. Cronin. Frank E. Williams was in Norwich, Monday, being summoned as juror for the superior court. A carload of lime arrived in Col chester the latter part of la3t week, and was unloaded and drawn to town for use on the Pratt and Fox farms. Charles S. Ray was the guest of Mr. id Mrs. H. D. Sea graves in New Lon Sunday. He is serving as Juror in Superior court at Norwich this week. Mies Ruth Sterry returned Saturday from two weeks' visit with her sisters, ?vrisses Ora and Iveagh Sterry at the Mohican hotel. Miss Hannah Fuller, of East Had dam, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Amy Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Alpheus Nye and sons Franklin and Alpheus of Yantic, were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Miner. A herd of 13 deer was seen recently grazing near the home of Mr. and Mrs:. Henry A. Rogers. A herd of 13 deer was seen crossing the Baiiey and Harvey meadows one day this week. , To Open Library. Preparations are being made for the opening of the Town library in the Congregational parsonage. The Ladies' Aid Society met at the home of the Misses Hurlburt last Thursday afternoon. Friends in town of Mrs. Clara Fish Perkins, were grieved to learn of he; death at her home on' Scott HIU lust Saturday. Previous to her marriage she was a resident of this town. ROAD SOCIETY (Stonington.) Funeral of Mrs. Joseph Harvey Local " - Notes. Mrs. Emma Williams, who is visit -in? her son in Philadelphia, writes of the interest there in the Billy Sunday meeting.. Set h N. Williams is doing jury duty this week. Henry Flood spent several days re cently at Mason Hewitt's on Hinckley Hill. Mrs. Seth N. Williams. Mrs. Burrill Herrick, IIrs. Everett Barptow Byles, Miss Grace D. Wheeler, Miss Abby Williams, Mrs. Fernando Wheeler, Miss Florence Hewitt, Mrs. Emmeline Allyn, Mrs. Mason Hewitt and Mrs. Fanny Williams, attended the D. A. R. recep tion of Fanny Ledyard chapter, at Mys tic, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Fanny Williams is spending a week with her daughter in Boston. Miss Lucy Billings of Lyme spent the holiday at her home here. Miss Hattie Wheeler is the guest of relatives in North Stonington this week. Mr. Noyes Pulmer has been in New Y'ork the past week. Funeral of Mrs. Harvey. Mrs. Joseph Harvey, who died on Wednesday after a long illness was buried Friday at the Hilliard cemetery near the Road church. The funeral service was attended by Rev. Dwight C. Stone, of the borough at the church parlors, where a large number of her relatives assembled. Mrs. Harvey had been a member of tho Road church for 25 years. PRESTON Address by Murray D. Lincoln Luth K. Zabriskis Speaks at Grange. County Agent Murray D. Lincoln gave an address hero Monday on the cooperative buying of chemicals for fertilisers. Miss Mary JIabriskie is visiting her father, A. D. Zabriskie. A number of children were enter tained by Mrs. C. K. Crary Monday to celebrate the birthday of Master Douglass M. Fellows. Grange Programme. The grange held Its meeting Tues day evening with about fifty members present. During the Lecturer's hour, Luther K. Zabrlskie gave an interest ing talk on Peru. There was a duet by Mrs. Nellie Maine and Marjurie Wil lis, a paper on AVashington and Lincoln by Phebe Sheffield, a recitation. Heri tage, by Miss Alice Wing-age, a reading by Miss Helen Hall, and a so lo by A. Gerotti. Miss Annie McClimon a teacher ;n New Haven, spent the week end at her home here. There was a cottage prayer meeting Thursday evening at the home of Miss Mar' Woodmansee. Social Dance. A social and dance was held at J. E. Kennedy's Thursday evening, muHo being furnished by Greenman's orches tra, with Mr. Tinkham of Hanover as prompter. A good time was enjoyed. Sandwiches, cake and coffee were serv ed. HAMBURG Mrs; G-eoi-a-e .Warns is the gruest cf her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mar tin. ' Miss Carrie Biil entertained Mrs. E. J. Lyman of Westbrook over Sun day. Everett Dickinson of Esses Tisited his birch mill here, Monday. Mrs. William Sawyer spent a few dys last week with her children over the river last week. i . The. Washington ball given by the yorun-gf people lost week was an enjoy able event.- Cone's orchestra furnished music. LEDYARD School Grant $5S2 Mrs. Stephen Peck-, ham's Birthday Visitors Deer Dam age Costs Town $20. Mrs. Georsre H. Babcock who has been at the Backus hospital for treat ment cf her eyes, has Improved so that she has been able to leave the hospital. Harold Robbins of Preston City has been visiting Newton and Irving May nard. Mrs. Joseph D. Austin with her son was a recent guest of her motner. Donald Stiflle of New York city is visiting his farm in this town. Miss Evah Atwood of Norwich and Mrs. Mnxv E. Gray of New London were present at Mrs. Stephen Peck ham's anniversary Sunday at the resi dence of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gray. School Grant. Secretary S. E. Holdrtdge of the Town- School committee has been in formed that the town of Ledyard will receive $5S3.7 from the state, which is the amount of the enumeration grant. This amount will be paid to the town treasurer after the chairman and secretary sign the voucher. Seyenty-Fivo at Church Serviice. Rev. Giles F. Goodenough preached a very forcible sermon in the Congre gational church Sunday morning. There was an attendance of about 75. In the evening Rev. Mr. Goodenough preached to a good sized audience. His subject for the evening was Amuse ments. w uUes M- Caswell was a Saturday guest of his uncle and aunt' ia North fctomngton. Samuel P. Main of Stonington was a Sunday caller in town. D. D. Taylor has purchased a full blooded white trahma cockerel from Nortolk parties. Entertained on Birthday. Mrs. Stephen Peckham who was sev enty years old on Sunday last cele brated her birthday by haying her two chiloren, Mrs. Charles Gray and Charles Peckham, of Norwich, and her two srandchildren, Everett and Libbie Peckham of Norwich with her. Mrs. Jr-cckham seems quite well and enjoy ed the day with her children and grandchildren. Deer Damage $20. Calvin R. Main and Joseph A. Clark appraised the wild deer damages done to peach trees owned by Deacon Isaac G. Geer. ad twenty dollars. William M. Gray is woi-kiu.tr aa sawyer for Richard Wheeler, of Ston ington. Children's Party. Miss Marion Geer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Goer will give a party to seme of her little friends this (Saturday, afternoon from 3 to 5. S. Curtis Eceleston of South Lyme was a business caller in town Thurs day. Replacing Halyards. Selectman Joseph D. Austin has been placing new flag ropes on some of the school houses. Miss Haxel Lamb was a week end and Sunday guest of Miss Ethel Hew itt of Lyme. PENDLETON HILL The Westerly Automatic Telephone company had men in this section trim ming trees and tightening- the wires. The company's manager, AVilliam Shef field, was in former years a summer visitor at the heme of his cousin, C. Dwicht Thompson. Misses Winifred and Cetiie Palmer, Susan Cook and Mary Chapman pass ed Washington's birthday at their homes here. Miss Elizabeth Thompson was at her home in Bradford, R. I. The largest gathering of the Ladies' Sf wing society convened with Mm. James M. Cook Thursday of last week. Mrs. Reuben Cook oil North Stonington village was present. Dr. Charles E. W6rt'a and family of New York are again to spend the sum mer on the Hill, occupying the parson age, as they did last year. John A. Morgan, Jr., of Norwich was in tho place last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Brown are to move this week to Bradford, R. T. The many friends of Mra. Robert Milne (Llmina Thompson) were glad to greet her and her husband at church Sundav morning. They were guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson over Wash ington's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Biilings of Na tick, R. I., were at the -Billings home stead last Thursday. Clarence. Roache of AA'esterly was a guel at Mrs. James Cook's Monday night. Mrs. Jennie Thompson has returned from caring for her mother, Mrs. Irv ing Babeock, of the Westerly-North Stonington road. Mrs. Ba.bcook has been ill with peritonitis. Her daugh ter, Mrs. Mabel Clifford, of New Ha ven, i3 now with her. GLASGO Ladies' Aid Society Appoints New Sec retary and Treasurer. Miss Gertrude Luther accompanied her father to Wisconsin last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guile of Nor wich Town were week-end guests of Mrs. Albert Green. New Secretary and Treasurer. The Ladies' Aid Society was pleas antly entertained by Mrs. Samuel Shaw Wednesday afternoon. Miss Mabel Gustafson was appointed secretary and treasurer of the society taking the place of Mrs. Hall, who had been sec retary and treasurer since the society was organized, but who is now living in Mystic. Rev. John Thompson gave his peo ple a fine sermon Sunday morning from Prow 10-7 "The Memory of the Just is Blessed, but the name of the wicked shall rot." The E. L. servl.-e in the evening was conducted by Mr. P. J. Gustafson. George Burdick of Jewett City was a recent caller of William G. Burdick. Mr. Burdick is contemplating a trip to the west, his former home. Mrs. . Mercon Bartlett of Putnam is spending a week at the home of her father, Henry Richmond. Mr. Richmond, who has Tr.een ill for several weeks is much better. BOZRAH Grange to Have Apple Night Forty at Farewell Party. The subject for the Grange meeting in the hall March 3rd will be the cultivation of apples. The ladies are expected to bring their choice recipes on how to use the apple. Miss Alice Bishop and Miss Mildred Abel were chosen to get the lunch for the eve ning. Mrs. Jabez Lathrop is Spending a few weeks with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Boswcrth, of White Plains. N. Y. On her return she will stay a few days in Stamford, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Warren S. Abel. Leroy and Harry Lathrop were guests Sunday of Mr. .nd Mrs. Clif ford Lathrop of New London. Farewell Party. About forty attended the farewell party given Mr. and Mrs. AA'llliam Corey at their home at Norwich Town Monday evening. Cake and ice cream were served. Mr. and Mrs. Corey are soon to move to Mr. Corey's former home in Rhode Island. 8veoV f roni Poverty. Our ex-Preaidents are doin? ex cellently in making a living, and the Chautauquas can take care of our ex-candidaxes for President. St. Louis Globe-Demoerat. . - Linoleums Oil Cloths M. HOURIGAN, 62-66 Main Street, Norwich Where CRAWFORD RANGES are sold LEBANON School Notes Birthdays of Lincoln and Washington Social Many at Auc tion. Lincoln's and AVashington's birthdays were observed at District No. 3 by the following programme: Song. Flag of the Free, school; essay, Abraham Lin coln, Alma Manning: recitation. The Minutemen, school: song. Battle Hymn of the Republic, s-hool: essay, Lincoln. Henry Aspinwai! : recitation, A Tribute to Lincoln, Nettie AVard; concert reci tation. Gettysburg Speech, school; song, Columbia the Gem of the Ocean, school: recitation. Our Flag, Ruth Browning; song. Star Spangled Ban ner, school: recitation. O Captain! My Captain: school; essay. AVashington, Edmund Manning: song. Ml. A'ernon Bells, school r reading. Origin of Our Flag. Alma Manning; song. Battle Cry of Freedom, school: essay. George Washington. Nettie AVard; song, America, school. . Uncle Tom's Cabin. Uncle Tom's Cahin was given in Grange htll Monday evening. Quite a good audience was present. Frank Duffy of New York spent the week end with his oarents, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Duft'y. Mabel Noyes is spending two weeks in East Orange, N. J. Beatrice .Morse- of Sheiton spent the week end with Florence Loomis. Washington Social. The Washington birthday social at the Baptist church Feb. 2-' was well at tended. The chape! was decorated with flags and pictures of Washington. A variety super was served which netted th- society $2-1.25. The entertainment was in charge of the young people and consisted of music by King's orchestra, readings and recitations. The Mission circle met last week with Mrs. Phebe Irish. Mrd. Mary AViiliams is spending the week in Brooklyn, N. A'. Auction Well Attended, There was a large attendance at the auction of G. L. Cleveland's. Every thing brought a good price-. Mr. Cleve land and family move this week to AA'est Hartford. Many friends regret thir leaving town. II r. and Mrs. Albert Peckham have rented a few rooms of Mrs. Lillio oil Kick Hill. Mrs. I'eckhaai is to teach the Kick Itiil school. CLARK'S FALLS Lebro Marra May Save Three Fingers Crushed in Hay Cutter. . The entertainment at the chape! Sat urday evening was a success. The Ladies' Sowing society met with the president, Mrs. Frances Maine, Wednesday afternoon. John E. Main of the Point Judith L. S. S. is home on a visit with his par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer E. Main. He is tccoiDpanied by his wife. Fingers May Be Saved. Lebro Marra, the son of Guy Marra, who had three fingers of his right hand badly injured in the gears of a hay cutter, is improving. It is hoped that all the fingers can be saved. The boy was taken to Richard Maine's as soon as injured and is taken care of by Mrs. Katherine Thomas, a nurse, who was on a visit to Mrs. Maine. Death of William Perry. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Perry are In Wakefield tod;;y to attend the funeral of the former's father. William Perry. At one time Mr. Perry resided here and was -highly esteemed. He was a farmer by occupation and in religion was a Quaker of the Friends' church. 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NORWICH, CONN, If patterns and prices will appeal to your good taste and your pocketbooks and you agree with us that qual ity is economy, there's every reason why we should cover your floors. -:- -:- ager by the Acton Farms IMilic Co. of Bcston. George Tanner and family are suffering- from severe colds. Mrs. Curtis Holly visited her sister, Mrs. Horace Perkins, recently. Luther Tanner has returned from a visit of several weeks with friends iu Westerly. James H. Dixon has finished sawinir lumber for William Sweet on a woodlot at Moosup Aalloy. NORTH STONINGTON About 45 Sew for Army Relief Mis Mary Richardson of Pretn New Teacher. The army relief sewing bee m tha Congregational vestry AVednesday was largely attended, nearly 4s being seated at the dinner tables. Out of town vis itors included Mrs. Ellsworth Gray of Ledyard. Mrs. Joseph S. Adama and two children of Norwich, Mrs. Henry R. Palmer and child, Mrs. Charles S. Noyes, Jr.. and child and Miss Hatt'.e A. AVheeler of Stonington and Mrs. Harold L. Blakeslee of New Haven. The sewing bee will be omitted next week. Mrs. AV. H. Hillard, Mrs. C. C. Gray Mrs. D. W. Bisseil and Mrs. Minnie Sheffield attended the Christian En deavor convention at Weteriy Mon day. Change in Teachers. The resignation of Miss Grace A. Main of Stonington as teacher of the village grammar school took effect on Friday. She wiii be succeeded by Miss Mary Richmond of Preston. Who will compiete the term. Edward R. Diivls and his sister, Miss Mary A. Davis, are to move to Quiam baug. Mrs. Thomas P. Norman of Ledyard viii move to this village Monday. Mrs. AY. H. Hillard has been the g-ueat of relatives in Groton. Mrs. Charles B. Caswell recently sperrr" several days in MarurSeld, call ed there by illness in the family of her son. Clifford W. Caswell. Deacon Nelson A. Brown, who uf fered a paralytic stroke a few days ago. is better. Miss Ella Norman of Ledyard and her brother. Edwin G. Norman, of AVorcester, Mass., were, in the village Thursday. New Pastor Coming. Rev. Oren D. Fisher, pastor-elect of the Congregational church, is to tak un bis residence here the middle of Msrch. Tho United Brethren of Westerly, who are conducting a mission in this village, have held a meeting each evening this week. HALLVILLE There was a cottage prayer meet ing at the home of Mrs. Thomas Thorns Thursday evening. Among those who attended the Cen tral Baptist church on Sunday evenint; were Mr. and Mrs. James AVood, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Conrad Jr., and Mr. Fred Thiess and friend, Mrs. Esther Brown. Handicaps to Church. The church is also handicapped by the persevering person who gets coir vertd every winter, but whose re ligion won't keep through the um rotr. Atchison Globe. MOTHER CRAY'S1 SWEET POWDERS lr FOR CHILDREN. - " - - - - - - , HdCbcs 9tHBrh Trales, Teetlifiix 1 i"r4er, a4 Peatrr Tr4Mrt. M boors. At llDmruri 26eU. ft. n't tnrtop r-. vuWutuU. A.5.0LMSTED l,IUy,N.Y.