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rrcrrjTn iruLLtin? u'lvjat, EVERY WX I ri t ' ; ;.. ' . ' - . . - r j NORWICH BlJyTIN vrinimantla OSlcm II Church Street Toleehe Lawrence Eicari appeared before tie police court Monday morning, charged with assault on John Moriarty of No. SO Quercos avenue. The act was alleged" to have been committed .pn . Saturday after noon when fcicird droyje his horse-drawn sa.wirg machine on to Mcriarty'a . lawn while the latter . was at work, rakjng. Moriarty said that he .stopped the horse end Ricard got out of'.tho vehicle and struck him on the left eye. - Ricard said tliat he -was driving irp the avenue when a woman called to .him and aaked to have her wood sawed. He then started to drive up" trie lawn when Moriarty struck his horse several times - with His rake. Ricard then sqt out and pushed Moriarty away but did not strike him. His testimony was -corroborated by his employes, Andrew Czrkosky and Frank Stygar. The .case was continued lo. allow time for the wonfan in question to give her testimony and will be heard Tuesday morning. . Rallies will be staced In thin city by both republicans and democrats Friday evening of this week. "Extensive plans re being prepared and the state central til a few days ago, .when, lie; was. forscd to retire. He is ranked as one., of tha long-service employes o the . Holland company." TUe deceased was- affiliated with the Masonic fraternity and . held memberships in the following organiza tiofis and societies: Eastern Star, lodge, No. 44, F. and , A. M. :. 3"rihity' chapter. No. 9. It. A:, M. : -Olive Branch council. No. 10, Hi and S. M. : St. John's" com mandery. No. 11," JK. T. He is survived by his wife,' Sarah M.. King, a grandson, Marshall , H. King, and a granddaughter, Mrs. Thomas Wilmore, .both of New York city. - . " ...... Mrs. Maris A. Hall, wife of Edwin M, Hail, died Saturday night in her home in North ,Windham. She was well known hi tliis city and was" an. ardent member of the local Congregational church, also a member of the W. C. f. IT.- and the Social Corner of The Norwich Bulletin, the La dies' .society .pf the Congregational church and Radiant chapter. ." No. 11, O. E. S. The deceased wps born in Franklin Feb. 21,, 1851,. the .daughter fit Wolcott and Lydia Fargo Ayer. She "is survived by her IrusbanH, one son, F. Louis Hall ef this city, onrf daughter, Nettie L Hall 'of North - Windham, four brothers, Clif ford and Frederick Ayer of South. Cov entry and Nelson and Ernest Ayer, one sister, Mrs. Jasper Harris of South Cov- Sentry, and two grandchildren Edwin and Marjorie Hall of this city. Funeral services for. Mrs. Job IT. Me, Reman were held Monday morning at Uiiiii liUihiiuil sommiltees are to assist. As Charles- A. !tb" parler-s "of Kiliourey Brothers. Union street, at jmu g;ciocK, and were followed by a requiem high mass at St. Peter's church, Hartford, at, 10 o'clock. The fu neral had a large attendance and a large number of floral tributes were in evi dence. The bearers were Herbert Lyon, Daniel August, Albert Micha,, William Raymond and George Bedford Burial was in the family lot in Mt. St. Benedict cemetery, Hartford. - . UquY Got., and Mr. Charles Templeton of AVaterbury arrived here Sunday as, the guest of Mr. and Mrs.. C. C. Case. Lieut. Gov. Templeton,; .who ia candidate for governor on the "renublican ticket, delivr ered a short address to abott 50 mee with Mayor Charles A. Gates presiding. The men met in the Hotel Hooker and the women -assembled at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Case, where Mrs. TempleT ton was the "guest of honor..- - ... Iruspeaking of the financial affairs of the state, Mr. Templeton said that they were the best, with about -3, 000. 000 in the treasury. He .also recalled the fact that- when- the republican administration went lute office business was at a stand still, Short addresses were then deliver ed by several of those present. , . .Mr. Tetripletou's arrival . was -unexpected yl was for the purpose of get ting an c-aj;!y start Monday morning foe Ills tone cji, eastern Connecticut. He left for Putnam during the morning. "jates, chairman, of the republican town committee, has already secured the towa hall, the democrats will resort to. -the Isomer opera house for their meeting. Uands will be furnished by both sides. The main speaker of the democratic rally as announced by Chairman Frank I'. Fcnton will be David E. FitsGerald, roayor of New Haven, candidate for gov rrnor. Tfce list t republican speakers will be announced later in the weekr' Tuesday evening there will bo. a French-American raily in the town ball and under the auspices of tlie state re nublican. party. Alphonse Chagncm'will nresidc and Joseph if. Lussier of Holyoke UI be ;he speaker of the evening. Mr. Luseier, who is editor of La Justice', ia well known in New England for his sue fesaful drives for Assumption college. Henry W. King, aced 5, one of "Willi mantic'i! best known citizens, died at his home, Xe.lll Chestnut street, Saturday night aftrr :t short Illness. Old age was . lartly the cuse of death. The deceased was born in Mansfield Sept. 5, 1SS7, the on of Alphese and Elmlra Whltford King. When still a young nun he learn id the painting trade and went to Jive in Putpam. Forty-five year ugo ha i-am to this tity and was employed by -.Mayor Herbert H. Chappell. He re signed this position tin Sept. 10, 1S88. nd took a similar one with the llollund IIk cotnpuay, and held that poltitu un- SAYS.IT MADE A NR' PERSON OF 111 Thousahds of neoplo needlrvely, c .dure ti hulf-ali k, nervous, - run-fltiwn i oadllloit when they, might enjoy i urily, roliuat health and till Hit manl fuld blcHsliiKJi If they unly knew what ip do. I'eoplo In thla conUllitm llnd I'enUc soon cml. their trouble- and nui Id a up nbun.lun t -strenstU, enr-igv nU vitality, (iocuuf ,1. Murphy, OW Main Nt,, llurtrotd. Conn., uaya: "Ker a year 1 waa bmtly run down, with my Htomut'h all out of order and my' nnrvea In terrible ahuHia, I Just alt completely worn out. Tanlnc ut most made ma over Into a now man, I actually gained fifteen pounds nn iwo botrfcjH and I'm In splendid health ;iow,'' , ' .Vot'vmisnea's and a run flown, tired nut fwlins lire but dyniptoms of a hidden cuiiNf. which tmiliilly lies, In the " siomBtli. Tanlac enables you to di et' your food . properly! eliminate wants . nnd regwln "Sour old time "trrnglh njd vigor. Get a ijiottlo to iny at any good druPglst. DENTIST Dr. F, C Jackson. specialising' in 1 : PAfNfcESS EXTRACTING 71S MAIN STREET. 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' 1 Thousands of GOLDIXp users the country .over gratefully testify how it makes firm, L well-rounded flesh, a clear complexion, healthy organs, gives strength, energy, ambition, "pep," new life. D. F. MacPonald tells how GOLDINE made him walU the streets of Lynn, Mass., after being a helpless invalid twelve years, CQtidnt tafce a 3tep three, years; and to ilttr Knqw ledge, it' is the only medicine having a record of . such a E4SS inlhe entire country. There are na otUer remedies like GOLCINB "or equal to QOLPINE. It is in GOLDINB alQne that the fam ous Fijian jTong-Gona Root is. in troduced ta America, for Hhe first time. GOLDINE Remedies are cempeunded under registered formulas and are -put oat trom the laboratories under - a f 1,000 guarantee to contain fourteen, of the most yaluatrle medieinal roots, herbs, barks and berries, coming from Northern Africa, France, Austria, Italy, Egypt, India and America. The precious Yorrg-Gona Hoot comes "from Fiji' in the South Sea' Islands and is proving to be one or the greatest medical discoveries of the age. GOLDINE Tonic and Nervine is the marvelous nerve, stomach, heart and yitaliaina; body-builders GOLDINE Al terative an4 Reconstructive, the really remarkable- kidney . and rheumatic remedy; Morning Smile Laxatives, th aawei ana ,mr aoeior in mo, reel eoat: ' and CiOLDIiiK Soltditied Oil. P'Pain'a Maater.'.' the finest oil for fot lieving pains and strains. The UOL.DIA.E Special Representa tive is here on a tour of the leading cities wbee OOLDINB Agencies are lqcatea. to expiam to tob public tile wonder-workings of these splendid re medies. Come right . into Engler's Broadway Pharmacy and get a liberal sample of GOLDINE. JKo matter what else has failed, -we want -you to try GOLDINE yourself. Then take it six aaya at meals and watch results. This offer is open to every man and woman in mis city ana miles around. Thou sarids. find the better way to health eeonomipally through GOLDINE. JThis is your real opportunity -to get well. Kiliourey Bros. - FUNE8AL ' DIRECTORS AND EM3ALMER8 ;. ' 14 U nlnn 61. WilUmarrtic, Cona, Phoaa ZW idy Ataiitaatl JAY M. SHEPARD Funeral Director & Embalmer M-63 NORTH 8T. WILLIMAN.T1C Lady Atsiiteni. - TU Cvnneetiaa : FREE.TRI A L COU POM Goldine Representative :: Kind ly give rae ,a free trial of GOLD IXETbnie Alterative Laxa tives Oil " (check which you want) and I will use it faithfulr ly and rcjiort results 't, you promptly, f ..-". - : ..- j ' ( . . -2 1 I c l v an ' ; - - 1 .1 , ' I .' . -5''l Vr - I I ! ; i -y ".-' fr-". v " 1 rfrf (( iiy . V ' ; 1 lit Smummtl Mmmi ml i ' -. v . i. ,, If-tf ti ' J ft VnnmUtr ftf , Vnlrnnifpt DnnhMifp. liMt yAe VAclP Name Street or R. X.. City; State Either frinthiS coupon tathe drug stere named or rmiil it to GOLDINE MFG. CO., Inc., AU bany, N. T. - .' At Engler's Broadway Pharmacy, Norwich, Conn, ,Twa liHtiliuerka whirh mve atood juard ol ,r Mmih aireet in this city lor bout 70 yoai's hh duomed to destruction. The sentlnele are 'two, ;iarr elm trees, "one nHuaifdjn from of thp Windham'. Na tkmu'. l)Miik irmi the oilier in front of ('ha vies PeVilici'a dius to-e. They are the lust ut' u nuin.lier of trees, which stood on Muln strvet sum years jso and were cUdiii.-il down to make way for man's prwr.vi. 1 Work of auttlnt the tree.Jn front of the nmtonai Uik was started .Mimly bv nieinl),.r of (he street depart ment. Joluf c. Leonard, who bus n ac cural kntiwleUve of the hitc-y of Wil- juuib. ,nucin tuna or a number .of xtatPly elms which atood on mum su--et ana nave lnee ditipeared. one 'lifyiio; nn dm four fet in niamt Which atnoit wiifv the Chamber' 0f com- 1, , I , .1 1 ... . i. .... - ' - At a nuwtlHK nf th nrA .if..... I It Whs voted not to hold the -customary lull call tbla vr. a It Irabl to glv(l,tlio local Visiting Nurses' asooclatlon th full hon.flt of all contri bution Instead ef dividing between them .m rteo uross. in onlur to obtain the heoexwiry fuiula to cmitlmiA th. work of S!ls Alford find fl.KM kHai,Ars n local talent entertainment will he given In the high school auditorium In the form of a play named The Made Carnet . . Tn mikln out u inul.i i . ... land owned by the Pone.mah Manufantur- m company about a hulf iviL, nMv, the Central Vermont railway station nt yviuunam, nuniers let the nre get awy from them and over nine acres of mostly woodlot was burned before it wns Kotten Under control by nistrict Tire Warden Alfrea P. Abbe Sunday. An in vestigation Is. being made... Mr. TIrneet T.' Chesbro received a sprained ankle and -an injured shoulder when she recently eauclit her toot while mossing the footbridge, and fell. An X-ray will be taken, of the sprain to de termlne hs extent. It-''! nnnotincpd Monday that'' Miss Margaret Slattery uf Boston., who w" KlietKiIcjT to -sDeaK at the next Frura mceung, has. beon obliged lo cancel her appointment tq Npv, 12tli. Ia the after noon or.Jftp. 3th elle wm btZn i; the Metbodiaf ' churcli and . will address women and girls. y ' Judgment wps given by default in the case of John G. Bill vs. Henry G. Keacb of Dallas, Tex., by Justice of the Peace Curtis Dean recently thatthe plainUS recover damages of $104 " and costs of 513.43. . ' . v . - ' Through big attorney, Frank aiorsalo has 'brought suit against Tojiy Fucili to recover damages of $48, and the Case will be heard, before a justice of the peace Saturday morning. , ' Walter iJutler of -Ash avenue,- who is employed, as a .dyer -by the American Thread company, was painfully injured Monday morning when a pall of boiling hot water overturned and scalded Mr. ; Butler's left leg. Mr. Butler wa given first ai(l treatment and 'taken to his home, , ' ' . The newljf purchased pulmotor will ar rive Wednesday and demonstrations will be given at the police station "and at the Bunk street engine house. " . Mrs. Edward Ottenheimer is -spending a week with her daughter and husband, Mryiiid Mrs.. Robert Bligh, of BrookjyB, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pattende and Leo Oatllpeau of Hartford 'nave returned home after a week's stay with Mr. and Mrs. theophile GaJ-lipeau of this city. I'.awara Hawes of West Somervllle. Muss..1 was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. f, Harry Branch, ' , Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Hills arrived home after a two weeks" trip In central snd western Pennsylvania, where they claim they saw large, quantities of coal. John L. Andrews is ill at St. Joseph's hospital, ' Mre. M. ,T. Tubriily . sSt the Tubridv- Weldon company i,in New York city. airs. Acta Burllngliam. wko spent part of the summer at 4Jto oamD around has returned to her heme. In this city. Mr. and Mcs. Frank M. Lincoln-Tiave relumed from a tour of New Jersey and r-niiaaeipnia. , Byron Potter has returned home' after spending his vacation In Massachusetts. Lester Becbe,. Raymond Sates and Lester Blish have returned from a vaca tion spent in th south. . Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. " Mitchell re cently gave a Hallowe'en party In honor of their daughter Harriet. Eight friends wera present. . " .MIsa Mildred Harroun of Was a. recent guesT- with her -parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Harroun, of thg city EXH.VIBTKD mOM GRirPE COUGH 141 grippe coughs rack and tear the sufferer Eo a state ef exhaustion. "Would get completely exhaust! from violent grippe cougrna," writes K G. Collins, Bar. negat, j. "Tiie4 Foley's Honey an lar iin tne cougn ceasea entirely." t'sed by three generations Cor coughs coW and croup, throat, cliost and bron chial Irritation,. Foley's H,oney and Tar has stood the test of time. Contains no opiates Ingredients printed on the wrap per. xnitNai, wetriHK coun meaicme Sn the world.. ee & Osgood Co. MURRAY'S BOSTON STORE Willimantic, Conn. ing hini upon .-having been appointed to a n:gner ano . better position.; As a -nnal token ef 'the esteem in which he was held by live teachers' oem Hun.ee ana., njs many menus he was presented with a fine leathe brief case. naving the initials, H. S. L, engraved upon -.the clasp. Superintendent Lib'ny gave an exceptionally good t!k . to those present, expressing regret wt 03 mg compeiwa 10 leave the district, ap preciation of the hearty , and leAal ' sup port he had received from the, commits tee. teachers and all with whom'-he had come in contact aurins his yea-s of service in thoir schools and tellina rthc committee that they were indeed fortunate in' being able to secure and retain the services of such an -efficient eoroa of teaehers. ' 1 Mr. and Mrs. "jDseph . Agranovitch were guests of 'Mr. Agraiyvitch's broth er in New London Sunday. . Patrick Connors of Hartford was the guest ef his mother, Mrs. Pred J. Hud son on Broadway over'.Sunday. Rev, W." O. Berckman, pastor of the First Congregational church, .preached the fourth sermon in the seeies on Step ping Heavenward.' The Christian En deavor Society heftl their' meeting in the -chapel at 6.30 p. m. . -, Roger Facte of Lepanon was a week end caller in .town. , Bernard and Jacob Elgart and L-i White rwer in New Haven' Saturday, at tending the Yale-Army football game. . Charles T. Wilson . of. Worcester was a visitor in- town Xlonday. FALL AND WINTER FABRICS FOR THE HOME SEWERS ' With the home sewing season here, clever fingers will he busily engaged m turning out modes that compare favor ably with those which come from metropolitan centers. Before the home-sewing can begin, the home-sewer must be acquainted with the season's favorite fabrics. Step into our Dress Goods Department when you ar? strolling through the store and notice the new arrivals in Fall and Winter Fabrics that will make up into beautiful garments. ; .. 1 ; : ., You Will Need a Sewing Machine You cannot afford to waste your time and energy on an old machine when you can have a liberal allowance for your old machine in exchange for the FREE or the' ELLIS. THE H. C. MURRAY CO; COLCHESTER . Wednesday, evening? Oct. . 26, ' mem bers of the school committee, teachers and friends from Hebron motor A to Colchester and gave a surprise party to Superintendent H. S. Libby, state su pervising agent, who has been in' charge of th Hebron schools for the past five years. Generally speaking, surprise parties are not always- just what -t)M name implies, but. in this case the gen ial superintendent was ta'keii complete ly by surprise. Special jong sheets had been arranged for. the .occasion and throughout each song one could plain'y read of the high respect and esteem in which the surprised host ws held. Refreshments of ice cream, . cake an4 candies were served during the evening. Principal Le Gacy, on. behalf of thoaj? present, addressed Mr. Libby, " telling him although all deeply regretting hav ing to lose his services and th? oppor tunity of working together, shoulder to SOUTH WINDHAM TOOK at the slab in the illustration. ' Notice , . JUrf how the triangular projection on each shingle , underlies the slots on the row above. This pat ; entetb feature rpakes Doubletite give you double thickness everywhere- even at the slots. Ordinary roofings give only one thickpess at the slots. You can't get thi&- feature in any 4-in-l slab shingle except genuine Vulcanite Poubletite, . ' Each 'slab contains four .shingles in one piece. This construction makfs thetn easier and very ' economical tQ lay. The, attractive shingle design f and the pleasing colors red ou green make a truly beautiful roof. And it is just as practical as it is .- beautiful. " Doubletite resists fires and. weather -changes, It can be laid right. over old shingles or, ; directly to roof boards, ( y Ask your lumber or building supply dealer about ' this and the other Vulcanite special roofings. There ' is one for every need, from roll roofing to exclusive . patented shingles for the most distinctive roofs. AH are "Beaver Quality" products, identified by ' the Beaver trade-mark,' .' ' - . AH patented Vulcanite tofig iftciaititt i : .' art nail in both mk mi standard weigkts. - . J VULCANITE ROOFING DIVISION Diftrict Smlts Officts at AlbanyCuiciniiatif .CAicMo m4 Ksa ' s N. Y. Ksasas City Two other Vwlcanite Patented Shingles - VULCANITK ScUF-Sr?KO SUIMSU Tkt ttlf-spmeing skmmlimr wtmim Imy . ifif easy, tcomomttml mmd mism Mtmla the net' mfttmst tkt worst rwrnges mf tie WfMtkfr. TrifA tiiek mvmryjeimrm except el fimts. StMrnrU trim mi JtrtUe, Tkis desifr a tmttmteti. L.. 3 VUsXANITB HRXAOOH SLAM Tie of itcfAHv ttmt0 smritd skiugi im tka ttir VnUmutt tm. Atumlii design mmd mmmy mdvmm tmfes patantti. DombU tkitk cvtry whrnrm tmsy mmd mtmmmmucml H mpplj mmd far resisting. But there is vly ne which gives WARNING There r a numher of 4-in-l shintflea on the market. you the advantage oi a double tbichxess in every place. That one it genuine Vulcanite Doubletite, nsade only by the Vulcanite Koonng Uivision ot iUe lieavef froduota Lomptiy, Inc. lhe special underlying tab. construction ia patented, and cannot be successfully itpitated. You can identify genuine Vulcaniu poubletite by the Beaver trade-mark. Look for it before oy buy. " Sold Bv 39 Friday of last week a dance was heid fii the Smith hall bx the local band. The affair was well" attendd.. being tUs lai-gest in the village for aame time. Mrs. Josephine Backuo AVillimantic is the guest of firs. E. W. Avery. Mr. and Mrs. C. 'A. Barstow and daughter, ., Maraaret, left Saturday morning to io entertained -by Mr. and Mrs. W". p. Earstow of Plai'nReld. Tboy will take a motor trip in Mr. Barstow nnw car and visit Mr. and Mrs. L,X. Fiske of Upton, Mass. , . Wednesday "afternoon the Good "Will circle 'met with a good attendance, 'rtio program was in the htsnds of Mrs. Gol-' den, who took for her subject. India. Jt was decided to hold the next meeting a Litchfield .k'eek earlier than .usual, mahmg it Xeo sandwiches and , oSeo. Mrs.. Grge Backus and Mrs, tH. B. Seribner were the hostesses. . Mrs.. Willis A- Slate was U New Lon don Tuesday, Wednesday ' and Thira day, aitcndlng the W. C. T. U. conven tiun. . She was entertained at the boat Mrs. Sarah Street ef Sufflem Is vJSit ing he?" sister, Miss Susan. Paine, of Rev. J. A. Klder. . , .'". Miss Sarah H, Abb?, who Is attend ing Whe&ton college, ws initiated intu the Why sche society recently. She has also been made vice president of th-; Wheaton Spanish club ami is i thecast qif the Shakespearian plsy. The Tarnins of the Sljrew, which Is to. be given soon, Mrs. Annie -Pendleton of- Windham has been yisiting her nephew,, ,Alf rsd Carti - --. -' .- Mrs. Alfred Card has returned from a motor trip at Xew- Haven where- she visited her brother, Edward Adaaw, Jr. ftnd family. , i ' ' - Mondav evehinir about 28 of the Be9- ple of he village braved the storm and gave their pastor, Rev. -Arthur W, CM ford and Mrs. Clifford of "Wlodlram Ceater a. aurprise. They took refresh ments with them. They . returned at a hate hour, leaving a 10 gold piece fo H; F; & A. I DAWLEY afterneona and evenings if I did not at tend achool?" Edna Edwards was de clared lo have written the best p3Ter on the subject. . ,.-' Mr. and Mrs.' Wr. H. Cai-penter left town on Thursday . afternoon for Muncie, Ind., stopping Tor a visit In Hartford. They axpec-t to remain in Muncie during the; wtnter and to return to Columbia in the sirring. shoulder, with such an efficient school man, all heartily joined, in congratulat-Clifford and some beliftifui cma". i tions and a eara tramea icr rsv jui- . . . ij ? . a .t iora, wnicn wcre jircBentcu - j , nLi.tMis words by Rev, Joseph F, Cobb- Mrs. Gertrude Young. 15 (s;tms u South 'Willlamstown, JIaj, .: Wednesday evening a supper wa? served in. the local church by. the -women of the Senior C. E. society." It con, sisted of "baked beans, salads, rolls, pie, cake and coffee. . . Over .1,30 were, pres ent. Mondav evening the entertainment committee of tSe C E. society are plan nine a Hallowe'en social in the church parlors. DOES UOT HAVETO ME PHYSIC r ' ' '' ' "Frl-a-tlYSS" Brought WiiifltMiW tiwisul ; i - ASHFORD, NEWY0RK. I trWd several kwcla of physio for jTer three yers and, of course, hila I took it every night my bowels; wouldi tnova; but aa aoomii I stopped taking physic, I Vould be Constipa ted and w$uld bave Files terribly. I bought one bos ef "Fruit-a-trves" and . tofik them. . Now I apa not troubled any more with Cojistipatioa or Pil.ea. "Fruit-a-tite?" r FruitLax Tablets" left m after-effects and now X do not have to use physic". ' - ; Mrs. JQIEa CAPO?ZX. 50c a bo?! 6 fpr'$2,5Q, trUl size 25c. At dealers or from FRUIT-A-UVES j Limited, OGDENSBURG, N.Y. COLUMBIA Mrs, F:: H. tlolmes and hfe grandson, Francis Hvit. of New limdon, who ha.ve been viaitinjf Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Bust- have returned to their home. . ' " Mrs. Edith Little, who, has been, apeai. ing the sunrmer and fall wittt netmotner, Mrs, Wilfard ClaTke. at her hOBie. on. the Green, left lown on Friday 'mornlns tot- Saraaae Lke, wliere she will Tisit 'her son, Walter, intending later to go to New York and to spend the winter B Florida. Sirs. Raymond Scmier and Mrs. The. dore Lyman, daughters of Mr. and Mn James A. ' Utley, spent last week with their parents at their home ea th Green. A meeting of the teachers of.-ne dis trict schools in town was heW on'Wed- nesday afternoon at the Center school on the Green, Miss Marion Holmes, teacher. E.T. Russell was present and gav a demonstration in teaching. -The pupils, pf the Center sphool in the seventh . and eighth grades were askAd to write a com- BOEipaa.jui tlie suiiect 'Wliat would I do STAFFORD Miss Alioe Bullard of "Sptencer. Mas., has been the guest of Mrs. H. F. Cady. - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips and son have been the guesta of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Phillips. The people of Stafford were given a rare treat Thursday afternoon and even ing at -the Baptist church. The pastors and people of the churches of he town were invited ta attend. Rev. R W. Tho- Mr. Gates, " also of Hartford. They preached very abltf' sermons which wen much enjoyed by all. Mrs; In Frost ol Danielsen sang four' solos which gave much pleasura, :' v. It is rare that an audience is privi leged to bepr as powerful a sermon as was delivered by Dr. Clifford of Newarfc, X. J. He. was followed fcy-Dr. A. S. Adams, a missionary in China. He gave a very interesting talk on the ChiHeae and their needs. He gave a very clear picture bf his work Hbee and its- impor tance.' The ladies of the church served a supper at 5 o'clock. .:. Mias Alice "Watts of RockvtUe was the lcn. gave the -weleme. He wasfollowed guest of Miss 'Eliisa Hutiihins during by Dr. A. B. Coats of Hartford and Rev, portion oi me pasi wtm. isttsa .connected with tlie Aetna Life Insurance company 'in Hartford. The staiteraent is made by -one ot the tas assessora that up to the present time the tax lists have been coming in very stowly. - v The Christian Endeavor society of the church held a Hallowe en party in the chapel on Friday evening attended by about 40 -persons. The party broke up at a lata hour after being entertained Dy the young people,- who impersonated elves,-w;itches and hobgoblins. It has. been announced that all work on the farm "oWned and operated by lliss Elizabeth Whitney of New, Haven near I- thc lake will ceaae on Dec.-lst, it being Jii?s Whitney's intention to dispose of the "property. . - Tha cottage Of Fred H. Avery on the (Jreen is being repaired and painted. Miss Lila Seeley entertained at her honje on Cebstnut Hill over the week end her .friend. Miss ElizabethCase, pf Willi, mantic, who is Miss . Seeley's classmate at the Windham High school. The Misses Marion and Madeline Holmes attended a convention of school j. 1 1J T J .P. I nao. week. -: v. , Members of the Christian Endeavor so ciety of -fciberty Hill visited Columbia on Sunday ana By invitation assumea cnarg of the,, meeting of the Christian Endeavot society in the evening. -. At tne onurcn service on sunaay, morB- tng memhera were asked to contribute clothinr tor the. missionary work ol the church in the south, also f urnishiags' for rooms pi schools. ' J . -Tlte. pastor's sermon on -Sunday morn ing' was on the test II Cor. I: 10. "Ood did deliver u from, death, and doth de liver, and' hi whom we trust that He will yet deliver us." The preacher said God has been delivering His people from trou ble always; and if we possess . courage and hopefulness and take refuge in Hint we will conquer the life in which we mtm pAaeea ana live without fear. Much interest is being manifested . In th rapert of the special committee ap pointed o reappraise the real estate ia tewa. Puring the past week their com pleted report has been in the oijice of Ui town cierK, Haoert r. coums, on unest nut Hill, where it la available for the in-. speetion of the public. Much comment on the report, both favorable ind un favorable, has been made, and atth adjourned town meeting try be held on Saturday afternoon the acceptance of tha report will be considered. i . A Hallowe en party wa held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cobb on Saturday evening, at which Miss Esther Granstrom, tho West street school' teach ec, assumed the character of a bewitching gypsy. Other characters were taken aiiil tha party passed a very .pleasant even inf. . v , " NQRTH FRANKLIN M isa Elinor : Webbler . mi Larchaioat, X. T.,,U spend several week with her cousin", Miss Rena 'Uace. " - "Mrs. Imogene Arnold and Mrs. John Carney and daughter of Willimantic. were Saturday callers on Mrs. Reuben Man ning. -"' ' Mrs. Harriet Manhioe and Miss M. Augusta Pember pent several days the pist week with Mrs. Reuberf Manning. jyirs. Millie isrownme was -a suncaj callas at St. Josephs hospital, where her aauguter zaxwiico is la iraiiun. . Mrs. Lloyd Ayer -spent two days the past week in THar.tford vith her sister, Mrs. Homer Cross. ' Mrs. John Hillhouse has returned to her home in WillmiaBtfc aftelf a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. . Fred Arm strong. '-, T . Raymond Douglaa and son Bruce. J. E. Douglas and Mrs. Lillian McDonald of Attleboro. Mass., speat Sunday wit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Armstrong. . Mrs. Charles Davis entertaiae4 tke La dies' Aid society at the Commodity heaaa un Thursday. The Misses Daisy and Eliftor Wekbl' of Larch men t X. X.. aad Wallao 8vea cer of MaToroneck, NV-Y., spent t. ral days the pas week with A. R. T.nx. Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Lyons and tw children -of Putnam spent Sunday with Mrs. AlbcrfStiles. Mr Robert Johnsjen ad soa mt Nr- wicb were callers on Mrs. O. L JohasM Ljdia Johnson has returned koaM after spending a month with her nephew, ' Fred Johnson, at Sunny. Toj. Mrs. William Woodward enterta.oid at tea Wednesday Mrs. O. L Joaassa and Mrs. Albert Stile Mrs. Gerge Beckwtth west to Win chester, Mass., on "Tuesday, being called there by the death of her ancle. Law- ranee Windc. j . Franklin, grange conferred the thira? andi fourth degrees on three candidates Thursday night. - - ; - . . George Beckwith -was a Berlin, Mass., visitor on Friday. . . Mrs. L. A. White' and daughter Celia, Mrs. Albert Ward and Mrs, Bya White spni.Thursday with Mrs. Charlta Parker of Brooklyn.' ' Rev. and Mrs. William Tate spent sev eral days the past week tn Hartford, guests of Miss Elizabeth Tate. Mr. John Reardon of Bostoa tt visit ing Mrs. John Brassil. y Mrs. B. P. Davis and dauehter AMm are visiting friends in New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Armstrong asd Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Lamb spent the vretkT end in West Hartford, aruesta mt JTra. Josephine Hart. y L . Motorcycle . Cop Hey ! - Tso bstter cut down on that speed! Motorist How fast was I gsiasjA - Cop At Wast 30 wiles an hour. Motorist Will you. please put tkt down tn writing? I want to Bell this darned eld 'boat. Florida, Usses-Catsa. ft1r Kf ' 9.fS ?'k Jf$ ? l mb fflw 0 K4k U, PAT. Fr. Willi 1 6 !