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THE BURIINGTOW FREE PRESS : THURSDAY. DECEMBER 28, V.m.
married ut HI. Frauds Nuvlcr Chinch Tuesday morning, The ceremony wns performed by the Rev. .1. F. Audot uml .i attended ly n. number of friends and "'"' .ir. uupnui will innKO iiinr nnnio wmi ine urine's parents for Miss Margaret tlanlnn has returned iimii u i,w iinys visit tviiii ri-irmin in FRANKLIN COUNTY HIOHOATE CENTER. VV W. Fsshcr, who hits been In Ihllii- elphln, I'enn,, tho past two months, has i iiiriini 10 nis nnme hero 1 1. J. won s home from Hoston, Muss., to spend thu lolldays with his fntnlly.-OIIti Merrllt, -hi ecior ni citsiimii. i mr ot ni ..rniant. inn Hpecini Jnjmty collector Jiiirieson i uurungton, Merc in town eeuios-iiay hp -uin on omemi iuyincs ennncoied Ith the customs office. Miss Myrnn . ,1,,., .1...... rt ...I... 1,,,U l.fnli It. (a..... (. '-.. - WI,j - - -.-, l.-.f. H, Sanderson, who bus been In own the past two weeks, bus returned o his home In West Newton, Mass. Mr. in-- rnnri iiiiimiiier. .Minien. win wt siipiki . .. ,. ...hhwk ui .e. on. Kt.-ltes Attornev V. fl Analln umj ... ; ' I.. ...'.it hi.n b Himilay owmir In the Illness of ciiilsimiis wllh their daughter, Mrs. llor ho rector, the Uev. K.lward S. Stone.- ,. , .,, c,,, AlmM4 , , l K I '(tilt 1 Iff II till tl.tU IH'lln.l r- 1'oiunrintni n.is VfttirtiPd initn 'rov idciHT, K. lM whom lio h.i )oon tlu nst two weeks. II. J. Patterson, who fie l.ftriM al I tt rr Plmlsl 11. 1.1.. -i" iiuiiip, ut in niiin ii nu nn .is rpi n in An n. WEST BERKSHIRE. Tin I.iyul Ti nipnntire I.iRinn were erv lilensantly enti t t.ntled by Mrs. III. IIIIM-l ,l 1. 11H111I' III I.il-'l I'lilllU -.in. i. t i .... . . i.. i. Wi-dlte'd.iy eniiit,'. - deputy I'ollee c I. Orion of nichfoiil Is In i harse f this office iluilntr the abseiico of Deputy oneci'ir u. uensier, who is passion ip ('liillinas ideation lit his Imnie In isiiurK.- .lames wasuer aim who oi lllllIK, . I .11'' .IL lilt III. III. 1.1 1111 tv.-mtt. Ill llila ul.ir-i The following officers weie !. ti il for nuruii iv ivi'iniifr ueci min i' L'l of ! ion- r (Jranpe Nu. ,M'i: Master, II. FI Olm mI, overseer, .1. C". Towle; lei Hirer. T' II. A Austin, steward, S. I'. Towle; .u.L......t L'.n... ...1 tl T (.I.A ..I...... in. ii.v.ii niuvve, ui'iisuier. t . 11. I . . 1 . ... ................ -VI... . I. 1.1. ..!..... ill'. PVVU'llll J i .ll". . 1.. I ii. i-., 1 Ui in r (.trail) .liinr-.: i'eie. Mrs. S. li'Wli , I'otiion.i. Mrs. I'liailes liurle- n. 1 lor.i Miss .M. J. Armstinm;. l.nly .... . .1 Al.... T 1 I .....11 .... . ciiiis-t Mrs. I.oyil l.uich; ehorlxler, .'lbort .loiino. The Woman's llonm Issliinaiv clety will ineel wilh Mrs. Mr. anil Mrs. i A Hull spun I'hrisi- ... ... ... .it- ....i Iss Myitle Mn-irr of Mulilleliiiry Col- r is liasMtlK llir I'ln I--I inns vae.itton her homo Christmas exercise- and lice b the Sunday school was hold al ehnrill Monday eveninp. rianla ill.' w,i Hue anil (llsl I Hiuteii pici-- ... t.i... ti- r ! ..ill ..Mil. t 141. 1. V. 1. V. ..ill tiiv'v ..i.i. I's. C V Stearics Saturday afteinoou. ENOSBURGH. ndcr Cray of Minneapolis, who has returned to his home. The t'onirre- tlonnl Sunday school will have a tree II 11 t . I 1 1 1 . 1 . . J (Ml t. II I ll lll.l.l IlimilV. .HI?.. mi o Yates luis returned inme. -T ic II. Kent and Deacon dclefratn (i. I'.issett went Wednesday to l'.irksliirc liter to receive Into fellowshln with other Congregational Churches In anklin county, the new Congregational nrc h Just formed there. no t orisiina inc. ami caiuai.i ;u ine ngregatlonal Church Monday evcniiiK laruely attonded and everythlm; -srn o verv li e.i 1111 v. i ne voui ir iple and little ones did well the parts iriioiI them and tho music by the chil li anil ehnir showed they had been l trained by the chorister. Miss .inn IVllnn of Paii-fax Is with Miss ike visiting her friend anil former chcr. Miss Florence l'erley A large .11 .1.. I..nl. ..li.nn r... I l,rlul inn c lll.v KilkiieiniH i"'i. in..'. - ... .o......-. at the home of Joseph (lelhas. Km r Heyos of Norwich Cnlverslty is pass hls vacation at the home of Ills uncle, man utlnert Mr. and .mis. ivosiou I CUIlllII'll imve tone in vi-ii iiivii cuts ill Cambridge for a few days. BAKERSFIELD. O Tl lotson's stoic burned to tho suppo-ci! tliat fie. Arc caught from furnace. The family of Mrs. Hose Uffner, who lived over the More, csenp- m their night clothes. The tire was .i i... ti........ i . . .. .-..... i.... ..n iivi'l in u,v in-ill J iv.iiiu nil , i-ui (in ..I .,.... 1.. tl,.. ....11.,.. .1 . ..... I'tll'll 111 -.IIIIIKl LII.1L L W.1.1 1IIIIIIISH1- to save anything of Importance. llir 1 o il. an lnslruclor n Colliv uleiny New London, N. II., spent chilslmas liohduys with Ids par , Mr and Mrs. Oscar 1'ielil. Hi ig- il At lil, tnv i-los, il Pi-uliie tir.,,,1 f.ii. n iiin.iM iictcx oi one ween. .Mr. ant A. A. Ktniptoti and daughter, Mlr nre stieuding it week with HiimK Newport. N II. Miss S.uilsmau, a irr liihtiuctor hi llrigliam Academy, ut a f. w days in town last week, the st of Mrs l.anilou Alieinethy. -lioyen r.irnnnl i f the f v. m , r.urlliigl'iin. nt a hw u.iys with Ids parems last k.-l'rancis I.edoux oi Huston, Mass., irncd tu his home Friday of l.i.si It.- Herman J. Cuiinm, who Is le.u 'i. school In Uieeiislioro, sin nt Chrit- with his mother, Mis. Maggie Cut- .Miss Daisy Heals, who is teach, in Heh'lilero, spent Christinas at it.. ENOSBURGH PALLS. ie hoaril of directors ami stool; ImldiiH he Northern Telephone company were .ssex December 2fi. where tln.e ...... iiii.i.-u il in Willi i ill. i i.iiirni company by which they secuio a ir IV til IMP klOPlf til Itlllt film....... ch covers the town of Hssex, .Icrlclm. eihill, Wllllsllon, Westforel, Fairfax, cher. ColcheHter, annul Isle and th and South Hero. C. , Wood will mpi rinlendent Willi headnuarteri In .... ...tw. ........ ... i, njii i nu iiirrini, inosburgli Falls Court, No. iiG.'l, held In r onge room iveunesoav even uir lei 1.- . .. liw ll.. in t-ll-l'llll 1',. . . FIT FOR A KING . . "Golden Wedding" Panetella A genteel shape in a high grade 10-cent cigar. Ask your dealer for them. See that each cigar has a Gold Band. O. C. TAYLOR & CO.. Proprietor!. Judd Irish. C. !,; F. M. Carpenter, 1 ('. 11.; Im Vincent, V. 0. II.; II. II. Ituwsem, T.s C. (1. Abcll F. S.; J. II, Unities, It. S.; .t. C. Liirliinio, H. W.s A. K. Cnssldy, J. ! J. uravoiip, tt. II, II. M. M'win. J. n.i w. 11, yiiw, o,i Dr. C, H. 1 1 it t oil I tit ii. associate court physician .1. . . . ciro i. organ st. 'i iiesn win i. i... John Mpmis of Norwich Fnlvorslty, hoc. (Hid lieutenant mid third year limn, In ut homo for the holldiiy season with his par ents, .Air. nnd Aim. .1. n. Meats. Miss Jen sir, Carpenter accompanied by her room mate of Mlelellcbury College In spending the vacation with Mr. mid Mrs. F. m. if-.'irptnlcr. Miss Louis (.lurk went to lur home hi Montpeller' Friday for tho viieauou.-..iiss Anna Cilun nu nun In nim. lng the school vacation nt licr homo In Norlli Panillo-MI?s Kmin.'i J. Medio lit at lit v iiuun i. n n,dnii 'n... i . .ionium l. Croft, !i teacher 111 Norwood, .miifs., trailed school Is with her parents, .Mr. ami Mis. A. .1. Ciutt. during tlm hntl. eluys-. Mr. uml Mr. II. W. TJInlr went to ....... ... ,,Uv ,-?,u nriiiiy cyi'iiuk. wncrc mev ii .-.i v niimu ib in ai -, m.-iir s n il home. The .Sunshine elnh nl their i.m..i.. tnlnnieiil In rorestcr.s' hull Frlihiv- ..v.,.,. Im; clouted $o limi presented u very orcdl- iiioie prMKr.imme.-WMIIeil Jloideii went i.. mi.i.ii..i .t i ... i.s ( iirlstinns with his brother. Arthur ii.i... i . i ,. iii'im-ii. nu I .i u irirni wi operator mere. ,,iim s. i iiv u iprn mm- 11 It. W. Nason returned from llarnslnn line., Satin day. where' he w as called to attend the funeral of his mother. tt. .T. Meats Is home for the holiday sensnn. Miss Minnie Diiso Is passing Christmas among friends In lllghgate. Harold Kim ball ft din Monlienl Is spending tho Christmas xacatlou with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It, Kinilsill. floors Hell eif Cabano. Que . is passing a few dajs with his sister. Mrs. Sarah McKimuy, In the family or M. P. Policy. I.eon Hurt, who has employment in n provision Flore In Huston as bookkeeper, Is pisslnfr n few days with his mother, Mrs. Fiank Hurt. Dr. Walter Hurt of Hos i.i Is at S. 1C. Hint's, his father, for a few days. James Wilder, a bookkeeper fo- Swift &- Co. in Hoston, l passing a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mim. K. J. Wilder. Miss Sadie Maynaid from )Jur llngton Is with Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Best for a short visit. A. .1. Caldwe.l return ed Saturday evening from a bu.ii:csi ti:p and passed the llrat Christmas for lb i; i'iirs with bh family. Mr. nu Mrs. Arte nius lloldui of St. Armainl, (Jue , are visiting their son, O. W. Ilnlilen. M iss ilara llovey of Northtlpiil Is nas Ing a few days with Mr. and Mis H, Mc Feclers. Mrs. M. H. Vaw and son. I'.nlph, are v'sltlng Sirs. Yaw's motile'. Mri. II. K. Sorlbner. Miss Myrtle linie:! ol Swanton and Miss Vesta I.awt.m of Fair fax ale being entertained for i few days in Hie home of Mr. and Mrs A. .1, Smith. Mr. nnd Mis. J. (Jnon;,. Caines are passing the week among ft lends In Cambridge. -Mr. and Mrs. H, S. dvan of Hinllnglon ine passing n Sow iItcs witli Mr. Kvans's cousin, Mrs .1. II. Humes. Clayton Woo of linn--oft Neb., who is a student in Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton. N. J.. Is parsing Christmas witli his cousin, ('. li. Aboil. -Mrs. William (Jill of (lra.,1. ej,,e . ;n passing j-onie days with her duialifor. Mrs. li. F. Kimball. She Is ae.-.impanied liv her daughter. Miss Marion CHI. Midnight mass was celchr.nec. at the Church of St. John tho Baptist Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Sioien ate passing a few days with Mr'. Ktcvons's sister in Wutorbiiry. Miss Phoel;e Towle, a teacher In the Darlington high school, Is wllh her mother durint Mm Christmas vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Herman lloyce of Newport are veiling Mrs. Itoyce's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Oaines. Mr. and Mis. Henry St. Germnln of Klchford are visiting among frifiids In town. Mr. and Mrs. Ponto of Newport are passing n week with Mrs. Ponto's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Flavin Young. (1. W. Ciam tou of St. Alhins was In town Monday -Carl Weld of Pikes Station, N. II., and Kino.st Weld of Huibngtoii are passing a few days with their patents, Mr, and Mrs. I.. A. Weld. -C. S. Pomertiy of liurlington Is visiting his parents for a few days. Mrs. A. W. Ishaui and daughter are passing a few weeks with Mrs. Ihliam's parent", Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. C. Towle, In iJerkshlre.-C. It. Colpitis is visiting In town. --Prompt measures saved tho Catholic church here from fire during the celebration of mass Sun day night. A iHirtlnn of the decorations caught lire from a oandle. It was quietly but speedily removed and no panic created. Mr. and Mr. II. W. Hlnlr. who return ed from North Troy Tuesday leave to-day for Ormntid, Florida, whom Mr. Hlalr will have charge of a studio during tho reason. They sail fiom New York Decem ber 30 and will be away until April 1. Misses Viiginla and Alma Mitiguy re turned to Itlclunond Wednesday. II. II. Hinld, Jr., who has been passing a few days with his parents returned to Spring- Held, Mass., Wednesday. Carl Pomeroy returned to liurlington Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Abboo nnd Miss Ocrtrudo darl ing of Newport have been passing a few das with Mrs. Annlo Gulbralth.C. I,. Ovitl wont to Kssex Tuesday on business. GEORGIA. Ashtou Sowlrs of Fairfield was In town on business Tuesday, December 19. Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Hushnell weie guests of Mt. and Mrs. William Decker Wednes day. Horace Wood is passing a couple irf wicks witli friends In Potsdam. N. Y, Mr, and Mrs. Ferris Phelps celebrated tin Ir LT.tli wedding anniversary Friday, Dee. ember '!. Mrs. I.ouls Hovat nnd eliil- ill en went to Swanton Wednesday, De cember jf, tei stny several we'oks. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Shattuck nnd daughter, Mil dred of liurlington camo Saturday to pass a few days with Mrs. Shattuck's father. It is rumored that n company nre to open a creamery in ine wsenr jnimmm building, now owned by Mrs. Collins. I.ouls Hovat, whoso houso and contents wuo burned to the ground Sunday after noon. December 17. has purchased lumber and will erect another house as soon as it can lie done. EAST HIGHGATE. Mis. Herbert Carmon returned tiom lioston in time to entertain tho Whist elult last Wednesday evening. The club vntul to hold a public meeting Widnos- day January .1. Mr and Mr. D. W. Kteel hospitably offered their spacious MR. FARMER! Keep your hens laying and mnko the poultry end of your business n profltnblo one, You can do bo by feeding our Potl.THV TOOIIH, BEEF SCRAPS. CRACKED BONE, BONE AND MEAT MEAL. Also Kdlblc Uono Meal for stock. If your dealer docs not keep our Foods, send your order direct to us We also manufacture high grade Burlington Animal fertilizer, Fine Ground Bone and Ground Tankage, BURLINGTON RENDERING CO. Office mitl Knelory, North Ave., Darlington, Vt. homo for the occasion. Calvin Aldrlch Is passing a fow days with his son In Hast I.rnbon, N. H. Hiram Isham of SI. Oeeirgo visited ut the home of A. II. Marsh n few days recently. Miss Kllr.ii Marsh of Sheldon wits In town three days Inst we-ek. H. J. Sarin of Hoston was In town last week. -11. A. Chad wick eif Grand I.edgc, Manitoba, is passing n few days nt the home of K, .1. Phelps. -Miss Maud Ayer and Miss Grace Glddlngs, learhers of the village! school, passed Christmas at their homos In St. Alhans and Knosbiirgh. Mrs. 1". W. Crowed and son, Harold ar homo from Hurling Ion for the holidays. Miss Ktla ltrltcli Is home from Knnsburgh high school for tho holidays, O. A. ltixforel Is homo from St. John's school, Montreal, for the holiday vacation Heriuoii D.ivls the Station Agent Is hoarding- at the h '! e of A. II. Marsh. Scott Austin who lma been HI of measles has recovered. Mrs. Mnry Sliepaid of Montgomery Is In town for a low days. SWANTON CENTRE. Miss Carrie Hubbard Is recoverim; from the measles, but tho four other children ore In bed with the disease. A neighborhood Christmas tree was held Monday night at 1.. H. Warner'm in district No. I). Mr. ami Mrs. If, C. Uoyce cair.-c down fiom Newport Mon day, to spend tho day tit A. P. Koyco's, returning; the same night. EAST FAIRFIELD. Miss Florence Pomeroy, who Is at home ftoni Hoston for her Christum vacation fiom the Hryat & Stratlon Husinesi e. ollego, is visiting her uncle, II. J. Isham of Morrlsvlllo. Shu is ac companied by her sister, Grace Pomcioy, who Is at home from St. Albans, where she attends school, for the Chilstnias vacation. Mabel Gates has returned to Franklin, where sho began her second term of school in the Hubbard district December I'll. Many of the little folks In town have whooping cough. Christ mas passed off very quietly here, there being no exercises or tieo for cither church. Many of tho villagers went to Fiirtleld in the afternoon, whom St. Patrick's Church and the prelM's house burned to tho ground. Miss R. A. Pat ten has been visiting at her home in Franklin the past fow days.--Mrs. J. M. Coffin anil children lelt for Glen Sutton. Canada, Tuesday, December 2';. Walter Klttell, who is working in St. Johnsbiiry spent Chilstnias with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Klttell. William Marshlu has purchased the Carney farm about two miles from this vlilasre nnd will move his family there January 1. Mr. Marsliia has rented his house in the village to Fny c.eddes, D. II. Burleson was in Sheldon on busi ness Tuesday. Capt. G. W. Burleson was at homo over Christmas. Tho Rev. F. H. Hlunt of Stontngton. Conn., will begin his labors hero as lector of the Fplscopal Church Filiruary 1, lfifK. The Kov. J. M. Coffin resinning on account ot catarrhal trouble. Mr. Hlunt has a wife and one child nnd will occupy the house rcicptly ncatid by Mr. Coffin's family. ENOSBURGH. At thtregularmeetingof "Tyler Branch" Grange December 10 tho following of ficers xveiu elected for tho coming year: Worthy master, W, G. Fassett; overseer, F. M. Wright; lectin ir. F. W. Splcor; steward, I.. II. CioiT; assistant stewaid, Karl Cassldy; chaplain, W. R. Ovltt; lensiirer. Homer Ovltt; secretary, John n. jji-nun, unit m-eiier, jmy .li.iynaril ceres, Mrs. J. K. Montague; Pomona, Mrs. R. C. Ovltt; Flora, Mrs. F. W. Splccr; lady nsslstant-stwanl, Mis. W. G. Fassett. It was voted to hold a special meeting January 5 to confer the 3d and ttli degrees. There are TO meni-lat bers, Fmersou Heyer of the Norwich University Is spending the holiday vacn Hon Willi friends In town. The Kpls copal Sunday school had their Christmas tree and exeicises nt the homo of Stanley Sayles thu 2s Inst. The Con gregatlonal Sunday school had their Christmas tree in Memorial Church tho J-'A'h, Henrietta Drake, a treacher In Bellows Free Academy and Queenie Fol ton, a student aro the guests of Florence. l'erley for tho holiday vacatlon.-Carl Mavnard of Worcester. Mass., wns with his parents, Mr, and Mrs, S. O. May- . nan! over last Sunday going hack thu , r:.lh. Arvilla Houghton Is failing. GEORGIA. Fred Hallaid spent Christmas in Harrc with his brother, Nelson, nnd wife- Wellington Bragg Is at home from tho Bellows Free Academy at Fairfax for I An "V"'0' nnd chicken pio supper was the holiday vacation. Henry T. Ballard t!crv',, nftcr which the presents wore called on friends In town last wcek.-Mrs. I '''""ved from the tree. About fifty per Kato Howard returned to her work In s0.lls wuro P'Osrnt nt tho celebration. The St. Albans on last Saturday. M. Perry. f"llowlK officers were elected tor tho who has boon poorly with heart trouble ''nailing year; Prcsideait, Khe'iie zer Brooks; K Improving. Leo Allen and family spent eoenitiiry. Mrs. Homer Brooks; commit Christmas In St. Albans with her mother. ' ,ro for the ensuing year, Mrs. Waltir Mrs. Thorne.-Mrs. Maria Rankin Is 1 Urooks and Mrs. Morton Brooks. Mond-iy slowly improving In hoalth.-Thore win j "'k'" Un' residents of that part of fl it union tree at tho town hall on Monday A'hr" uwn known as Beech Ridge, met night with appropriate exerclscs.-Snilth ! at Ul" m"" Mr. nnd Mr. Krnest Bell Brooks has llnlshod work for Mr. Wll- cox and Brooks. Is with his brother, Curtis FRANKLIN. Mis. Kthel Green and son of Montreal are guests of her parents, Dr, nnd Mrs. Welch. R. J, Gates spent Chiislmns In Bakersfleld. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ander son returned from Burke, N. V Tiles- day. Charles Manley of Knosburgh Falls hn.s been visiting his mother, Mrs. Fllzabeth Cleve-land. J. M. Youmj. who has been on one of tho H'. J. Kendall teams the past season, Is stopping with his mother, Mrs. Jmnes Young. Mr. and Mr. F. L. Webiter of Swanton spent Christmas with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Webster. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Strait spent Chrlttma with her parents In SR. Albn. C. C. Soule has been vlltmp In Waterloo, P. Q the pet week. FAIRFAX. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Plihop of Derby are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I, C. Bishop, Kdward Rowland Is able to bo around the house, Homer Hunt of Brown College is home on Ids vacation. -I, eon lliiou Is spending his vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mr. H. F. Orton. The Clnlfttmas trees at Hm Methodist Church and al thu Kaptlst Churches on Christmas nlgbl drew full bouses. The young children did well In all of their parts. The trees were loaded with beautiful presents for built jtumg and old, John K. Kendrlrk spent a few days Inst week with his family.-T. F Hunt Is still conllned to the house by sickness. Miss Kllen Phdps spent De cember 1!) In Burlington. A. II, llecmau i oturucd from Ihn South December si. Alice Orton is home from her school In Montgomery. Jack l.o.illln Is moving to the farm that be bought of M. l;, Kennedy. The farm of the Into ltobvit Hlchardson with all of tho personal property was sold at unction D( comber -1 to Mr. Button of St. Albans for Jl,. A1,(",-Mr. uml Mrs. Clean Orton s little daughter la sick. The young people, of the Baptist Church raised money enough to install tho electric lights In the church. The lights, were turned on Sun day night for tho Hist time. The liev. D. F. I'fford gave a history of the church ftom it beginning with it tallow dip up to the present time. The stores In town have fill had a good cluistmax trade-. Mrs. Hurgln and son fiponl Clnist inas wllh his father, Judge Hnlehkln, of Georgia, Mis. T. D. Marvin n ron llneel to the house by sleknc?'. FAIRFIELD. Jerry Keefe of Bnrro Is vislltng his sis ter, Mrs. Joseph Wallace. James Camp bell and wife of Burlington are visiting Mr. Campbell's parents, Mr. .mil Mrs. James Campbell. George Stufflolie.in of Franklin is visiting his it:, . Henry Shannon Mrs. Ael.i Pattou ai.d daugh ter, Florence, of Alurg are vis ling Mrs. Patlon's son, Dr. 1!. J. Palti n RICHFORD. Krnest Bashaw and friend. Mi Fields of Burlington are visiting at the homt. of Mr. Bashaw's parents, Mr. and Mrs. vn Hum Hnuhnw. Henry IlusteiU or the r. V. M liurlington, is spending the Holiday with his mother, Mrs. II. C. Hnsiedt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Almon Gales spent Christmas day with Mrs. Gates's parents at Kat Berkshire. Glen Hillings or Norwich Uni versity is spending the holiday vacation lit his linino in this place. The Misses Maud and Nellie Whitney of Burlington are visiting their parents, Mr. -ltd Mis. 1. C. Whitney. Don Hi. 'hards ot Shei brooke, P. Q., is visiting frlemls in town for several days. Mr. and Mis. George Rhcpard of Farnham, P. (J., spi nt Christ mas with friends in this pl.u e. A. J. Klllott of St. Albans s-p.mt Christmas with bis family in this pi ice. ST. ALBANS. Dr. II. P. Martin, an oculist of this oily, was arraigned before Justice of tho Ponce M. K. Barr of llllghgat., Decem ber 'Si, on a charge of represi i ung him self as and assuming the title ot doc tor" without having obtnnul a license. He will probably talit the case io higher co'llts. He waived examination and was bound over to the March tenn of court furnishing bail of JllA D. W. Steele ap peared for Dr. Mai tin, who has been staying al the hotel In lllghgate for a few weeks. John A. McDougall of tills city, who was biought here' fiom New Lonelon, Conn., Deo. VJ on a requisition from Gov. (.'. J, Bell, on a charge of grand lar ceny, was ariaigncil before City Judge l.co 1 S. Tillotson Thursday. lie waived exainl I nation and was hound over to the Mnrelt term of the Franklin county court bail lie ntr Ivi.l nl t 'ml siIukj .Mlnrn.,,. iv R. Austin piosecuted and A. II. George appeared for the respondent. Tin examination of Leslie C. Colby, man.iser of tho store of I.ora I'olby, Son Co. oi aii,ii.l.. snrines. wns eon'tiniir..! I Jtcfcrtn of Bankruptcy H. M. Mott's ' office. Frlelav. A emmim.,,,,.,. net-n... i inent was affected by which tl.., claim of Louis Thorrlen. Jr.. was disallowed and the suit broucht l.v the trustee ,,-ni,,.. him was discontinued. The claim of C. P. Harvey for $S0 was allowed at 1C IM0 l' '3 spen.ung me nounay vaca and that of David S. Harvey lor $3-FI'j:. nt 'me.-Ilurntlo Crawford visited was allowed at 11.812.12 friends In town recently. Tlr. AHIiui. O lvlAt.., hie i... !..... i t I - - " "i ".'i ...- '..lit.., in hum rlty and will open an oilico in thu depart ments now occunied bv Dr. A. A. swu In the Wlllett hlock on Bmk street us soon as It Is vacated by Dr. Hkecls. Dr. Morton has been practicing medicine In ,', hospital In Palmer. Mass.. and l'or evf.-:ii weeks has been taking a post.gradunte courso in New York city. The residents of St. Albans point and vicinity had their annual Christmas tren nnd festivities nt the homo of jtr. n.,d 'MrH' """" Brooks on Katutday night, ""'' annual e.nrisimHs 1,-aiiiorlng, which consisted of an oyster supper nnd u tree, a programme Including violin so lections, piano music and recitations ht t lit- children was u feature of the oc casion, Klglity persons enjoyed the af fair. Officers for the year were not ilect od. Charles 1 1. Kilts, who has been In part nership with his uncle, William 11. Kllln, in the grocery business since lVi, is to go to Burlington January IS, where ho has purchased the giocery business of M, L. Sanborn of Wlnooskl avenue. Mi. Kill will not move his family befoio sprlnr. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Uermlda Duquette Monday, December to. Frank F. Do Lisre, on of Herbert F. Do llle, formerly of this city, has gone to Cslirornl and entered the law firm of Tobln & Tobin in San Fran el aco, who are, attorney fop the Hlbor nla bank. Another member of tho tlrm In C. R. Tobln, who haw spent the past two summer In this city tho guest of Mr. Do Lisle. Tho second of the series of entertain ments arranged by the members of the Autouoo dull was given In the city hall last evening. It was a brilliant affair, splendidly arraugeel and iuaiiaged ami tho assemblage, of two hundred passed a delightful evening. Tho programme was followed by the presentation of the farce "A Regular Fix," well put on by the same cast, as nt tlm hospital bnnr. Dancing followed until two o'clock in the morning, refreshments, being served iltuing tho evening. Miss Alleen McKeowu of Bellvillc, Out,, Is tho guest eltirllig tho holidays of her sister, Mrs. Htunley S. Russell of High street. i Miss Margaret l.anit of Congress street has returned from a two weeks' visit with friends In Boston, i The resignation of Miss N. Mertlc ! Brndlcy as teacher of science nnd clocu ' Hon In the public schools has been ac j repted by tho board of school commission ers. Another meeting of tho board will i be held probably on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Martin of Main street havo returned from London, Ont., where they havo been passing a few days. Tho Jolly Wlso club was pleasantly entertnlned Inst evening by Miss Clara Truax of St. Albans bill. F. Allen Ross, who has been visiting friends In Toronto, Out,, has returned. Mrs. I,. J. Morton of Bank street has returned from Chester, where she has been visiting her brother, Alvnh II. I. ontned. Miss Bessie I,. Morton has gone lo New York, where she will contlnuo her musical studios for a few months. Kill II. Fitzgerald, Jr., who Is attend ing Harvard t'nivcrslty, Is passing a few elay.i with ft lends In the city. Miss Kviiyn Kidney of Malone, N. Y Is tho guest for a few elnys of Mrs, K, (, Place of Diamond street. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. King havo return ed from London, Ont., and Detroit, Mleli.,whei they have been passing a fe w days with friends. Prosper Dcseiiones, who has been vis iting his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. K, Dc schonea ot Lake street, has returned to boston. Miss Kiln I.. Bodanl of High street, lias tjonc lo New York for a few weeks' stny. Frank Savage, who has been visiting friends lu Brentford. Ont., has returned. Mm, Herbert F. Dol.islo of Jericho 13 the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Kills of Messenger street. Mi's Kdlth Jack.'on of Springfield, Mass., Miss Ruby Jackson of Portland, Mo., have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Robert II. Ford of Fcrri" street. Miss Clara Wood of Nottb Adams, Mas., Is passing the holiday here, thf guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wood of Barlow stieet. Jiinies It. Wilder of Boston Is the guciit of Mr. and Mrs. Seidell S. Watson of Brown avenue. Miss Seola Pieice of Boston is the guest for a few days of Miss Katheryn M. Hol lowly of South Main street. Dr. K. C. Ilalllday of Congress street, has returned from Canada, whore he puit Christmas. Miss l.llllnu h. Steere of Roxbliry, Mass., who has boon visiting Irlends here. has relumed home. GRAND ISLE COUNTY. SOUTH HERO. The exercises Incident to the holiday closing of Maple Lawn Academy were held Friday evening and were carried out In a pleasing manner. Tho pro gramme was as follows: Music "Col ored Guards," March- Invocation; music "Sunny Africa;" recitation "This Res cue of Chicago," Kthel Jl. Wright; decla mation "My Neighbor and 1," Leland II. Fren; recitation "Christmas Day, ir;0," Bertha A. Tassle; declamation "The Wants of tho Ages," Ray S. Cor liss; music "Lllllcs of the Valley;" Re citation "As Quick as the Telephone," I.ettie B. Troville; declamation "The African Chief." Ray R. Allen; orlglnal ' The Old Homestead." Marlon Mae Jos-lv-n; miislc-"lle.v, Mr. Joshua;" inidley siotllchi; declamation "Calibre 51," .1. Hues G. Allen; lecitation "Little Joe." Nettie II. Atkins; declamation "Amerl i i Means Opportunity." Charles M. Jos- Ivu; niusii -"Potpoui li from Woodland," i re citation "Led by a Calf," Hazel M. I Rnbiiimu; declamation "Spike that Gun," ! Leslie M. Robinson; re citation "Tile Wlfe-liumiiig Deacon," Kdlth I. Pillow; music "llcidclbcig," from "Prince of Pilsen." Kdwaid anil Arthur Robinson of Bos ton spent Christinas at the home of their uncle, Juan Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Irish and daughter of Burlington sla nt l'hii"tmas in town, Then was a Christ mas tree at Hie Congregational Church Christmas cv nlng. A literary and musical programme was rendered.-Mrs. M. S. Allen returned from Allan gh Sunday night. T. J. Petty of St. Albans spent chilstnias with his mother, Mts Saiah I,''tl'.-Mlss Grace Rockwell of Platts- ouigii is spending a lew days witn Air. ',md Ml' E,,sml ""''Inson.-Homer Keeler ,s 111 wlt" P'",'"""ilt'--MI'llKht mass ,m reiebrated at tho Catholic Church fJ,,m,aj' Mif, FMcher of GRAND ISLE. The Grand Islo Dramatic club gave the "Valley Farm" to a ciowded house December 19, realizing about W. They will soon give the play in South Hero. Richaid Maeoniber and wife of Ports mouth, It, I., nre visiting Abncr Ma comber and other relatives, Mrs. Ma comber will speak before the missionary meeting Wednesday afternoon to be held al tho Rev. Mi. Cudworlh's. M. 11. Van tine si ii lit Christmas at his home, nt Vuntino brothers'. C. Vnntlne'a many li lends are please'd to see him at home again much improved in health. The Christmas tree exercises at tho Fnion Church passed off finely. The children rendered their parts wonderfully well bo fore a well filled house, The Ladles Aid mooting wns postponed for two weeks. A friends of Mrs, Frank Loveland wero glad to hear of her Improved condition at Mary Fletcher hospital. LAMOILLE COUNTY CAMBRIDGE. Walter Learned of Boston is In town for a few dais' visit. Fred Wlllcy of the customs service at Alburgh Is at home on a visit. Mrs, II. A. Hatch Is visiting friends in St. Johnshury this week. Mrs. O. L. Woods of Morrlsvlllo Is visiting friends In town. Miss Zole Kllsworth Ifhs beecn clerking In tlio store of Perloy & Leaven during the hol iday. J. J. Monahan of Undtshlll was In town on business Wednesday. There Is to be an auction salo of hone at thin village tho 30th at 10 a. m. Mr. F. M, Mflvin and daughter, Ada, are spend ing the holldas with Mrs. Melvln's mother at NorthfHId.-Mr. and Mr. H. A. Colcrove were In Bakersfleld Christ mas day where they enjoyed a family dinner and Christmas tres at the home of William Downey. Mls Bead Ted ford has employment at Richmond. Miss Nellie Smith has gone to Lawrence, Mass., where she ha a position in the truant school at Hint place. Dr. Newton (Ciiutlniied on -Kb pagr.l IN HUB MARKETS Quotations on the Leading Products In Demand Hoston, Dec. 27. nutter In quiet, but fnlrl.v Memly, prices being fully maintained. Northern creamery, 2:114 gL'4Hc; western, 23Q28',4ci dairy, 'JO Cheese Is in light demnnd, but the supply is moderate, and prices nrc very firmly held. York state, 13ViHc; Ver mont twlus, l.'l t-JfJfl3Vae. Another 2c has been whittled oft the prlco of fancy eggs, the mild weuther having stimulated receipts to nn tin tlsuul degree for Hit; senson. Choke hennery and nearby, .'i8(ift0c; eastern, i)03lc; western, 27(ef.'i0ci refrigerator, Quotations on fruit show only smnll changes from those of u week ngo. Cranberries nre scarce, nnd are held so high that the purchases nre restrict ed to nctiml uoeds. Orapen, nuts, dates and figs hold at about lust week's level. Potatoes are llnner. Receipts from Maine have been light and stocks at the yards nre pretty small. The de mand has not Imui very lively, but Hebrons uml (Jreen mountains are fully fie a bushel higher than they were a week ago. Prince Kdward Island lots are In heavy supply and little changed. Fancy string beans nrp In steady de mand nt high prices. Cucumbers are not very plenty. Cabbages are llrm nnd squashes sell a little higher. Celery has been In good reeiuest nt well sus tained prices. OiTering of southern kale and spinach are generally poor and hard to place. Turnips and onions hold steady. Apples Kings, S'.lTq4.M a barrel: Baldwins, fancy. No. 1, .f.'t.'jfi'tiH.oO; good No. 1, SL'.T.'ifjxS: No. 2. ?a.2oM2."i0; greenings, $.'!a.o6; Tolman sweets, S2 03; Ben Davis, J'-'.riiVrf.T; Hubbard tons, .$2.7.rfjta.2."; nmlheaiH ?:W3..0; northern spies, ?nca4: middlings. 3: e'ommem sour varieties. .sl.Tn'j.L!.-. Crauberriefl Cape Cod choice large, dark. $16 a barrel; common to good, $1S15: crates. 15.50. Pears Boses, 8.r0 a bushel. Grapes Almerlas, extra fancy, J0..10 fftO a barrel; fancy, f.Virii; choice, 4.r.o. Nuts Peanut. No. 1. .1.1.4c a pound; jumbos. 7c a pound; new crop, No. 1, 3-4e a pound; Jumbos, (1'ic a pound; shellbnrk walnuts, WtiU.'jr, a bushel: English walnuts, 143.1.10 a pound: almonds. 12(fil.V a pound: rastnnns. IMSllc a pound: filberts. 10l2ca pound; pecans, llfffiKr pound: California walnuts. Hie a pound; hickory nuts. s;t 11 bushel. Potatoes Aroostook Crern moun tains. 7fVa7''c n bushel; hebrons. liX'a 70c: Dakota reds. 65c; Prince Kdwartl Island thenangoes. ."fd.'Sc: sweets. Jersey double heads. ?2i?J2.2."i a barrel; VinplntuN, $3 a barrel. Beans .Southern string beans. .vYa4 a basket; butter beans, $34 a basket. CabbagM Drumhead, $1.2."r?2l.4o a Imrrel; savoy.$1.25a barrel; red, kru-fg il n box. Celei-j- Pascal. $lrtfl.,10 a dozen bunches; Boston market. $ I .fiOJi 1 .75 a dozen bunches. Cucumbers No. 1, SS'ejO n nox. No. 2, ?2itt4 a box. Lettuce, etc Lettuce, 40ff7."c a doz en heads; roinaltip. 7oc a dozen heads escarolc. 7."n' a dozen heads; par-ley. $l.."(X(lL73 11 bushel; nilnt. .10c u dozen bunches; watercress, iOc a dozen bunches. Onions Native, 7.1c a bushel; Span ish, $2.7.1 a crate; Cuban, S2.7.1 a crate; leeks, .$40f(t.10o u dozen bunches. Squashes Native marrow. 7.1c(ayi a barrel; turban, $lftz 1.2.1 a barrel: west ern hiibbard, 52(Ve2.1 a ton; pumpkins, $1 a bos. .Spinach, etc .Southern, Jlfef 1.2.1 a barrel; kale, 51 a barrel: beet greens, 75c a bushel. Turnips Yellow, 00c a barrel; French white. $1.7.VS2 a bag; white egg and purple tops, .K)o a bushel. Miscellaneous Carrots. fiWU'.'c a biislit'l; parsnips, 7.1c a bushel: radishes, $2 a box: beets, 7.1cfi.'?l a bushel; pep pers. 2i"fi2..10 11 box; eggplants, south, ern. ?2-(72..10 a crate: okrn. S3..10 a crate; brussels sprouts, Krgi'jiic n ijuart; mushrooms, $l.5CK?I2.r.O a basket; arti chokes, $1.50 a bushel; tomatoes, na tive hothouse, 20frj25c a pound; Cu ban, $2.50 a four-basket crate; oyster plants. 75eK$t a dozen bunche-. Pork provisions nre steady, with no change In prices Fresh beef is dull and easy nt: Kx tra heavy sides, 7 1-47 3-4c: eood. K3-4te;7 l-4c; light, fMifiV; heavy hinds, IHfcfilOc; good, SVsfSe; Iieht, 7'i ti8e; heavy fore's, ,1 l-Kj.li.ic; good. ZOi 5 l-4c; light, 4M.ff5c. The market for all fresh meats has beep very dull, as all the attention of the trade has been given to the Christ mas poultry. Lambs are dull; muttons and yearlings arc quiet and veals are steady. Spring lambs, JlufejJ2e; fall lambs, fMilOe; muttons, 7:'iSc; year lings, 81j0c: veals, ltVoMSe. " Western turkeys are cleaning up fair ly well, though the lat receipts have been sold nt slightly lower prices as a rule. Considerable weight went Into cold storage, as the arrivals were In good(eondltlon, nnd there was no need of sacrificing the stock. Northern tur keys have been very aenrce, and main tained their firm position to the end. Choice northern turkeys sold at2.'trrj2.1c: western turkeys, Kif21c: northern chickens, large, in18c; medium, 13(cf Lie: western chickens, large. 14lfie; medium, 12130; northern fowls, IBc; western fowls, V2Uc; duck, lBrJflfic; geese. 13(Mlfle. The situation In hny Is unchanged, receipts being ample and the demand light: itraw la dull and unchanged: millfeed la Arm nnd unchanged. Hay, Nn. 1. lo.r0ff17: low grades, ll'JeTflri; rye itraw, $ 14014.50; oat atraw, lOQ 0.50. COMMCRCIAU Flaw Yark mtmf Markat. New York, Pec. sr. WHEAT Receipts, ?9,00O bu; export. 40.9S8 bu; sale, MM.Ofld bu. future: spot ay. Weakne developed In the early wheat market on account of poor cables and bearlh Argentine new. The closing waa steady, '40e net lower. May closed tlie; July clewed MHc; Pee. cloed MHc. CORN-Recelpt, 75,2.10 bu; eport, 20, lf.1 bu; sale, 15,000 bu; IM.fKlO bu, spot; spot steady. Option market wns Irregular, the closing o off under liquidation ami other positions ,c not higher. Ma closed M'te: July closed SO'Ho; pec. closed BeS',ic. OATS-Recelpts, 111,500 buj exports, II,. T75 hit; spot steady. COFFKR-Spot Itlo steady; No. 1 'A voice, Hi'fSVoi mild quiet; Cordova, 1 0 rl 1. The mnrket for coffee futures opened steady at unelinnged prices In keeplni with the early advices from Kurope. Th close was steady net unchanged to five points lower. Sales were roporleu of 62,. TOO bag", Includllit.' Jan.. Ji!.a.Wifi..-,: Hfnreli ..:, l(i;,r,; May, li!,?0f6.S0; July, Jtj.80C.9')i .Sent.. 1s.9si17.on. HUOAIt-Uaw w.i Tirm; fulr rcllnln?, 31i,e:; ccntilfiiBal, &6 test, 3Hc; molaste sugar, 2Tic refined steady. NEW YORK LIVE STOCK MARKET. Now York, Pec. 27, HHBVi;H-ltecelpts, 1,627 head; market steady; steers. i4.tStiS.C0i oxen. J' 5,V Imltu K."uVX"5; fancy do,, S4.40; cows, J1.6O?0 J.i.'j; exports, r,0 cattle and 4,400 quarter of beef, CALVKS-lieeelpts, 7.T5 head; veals steady; tops, J4.10; little cslves, .001S.(M, barnyard calves, .1.(0'if4.00. SIIKKI' AND LAMHS-llecclnls. 5.HTI head; sheep steady; lambs firm; sheep, t1.:.Vil.25; culls, KO0fi3.0y; lambs, $C5013) 5-.O0; fair common to Panada, f7.f.2',4. HOCIS Hece Ipls, 7.H54 hend; steady to fair statu and Pennsylvania, hoes. fs.50tii B.10. CIItCAaO FRODUCK MARKET. Chicago, Dne. 2;, Hi:.T-Dec MS'.c; May, S7UTl!;ViC. CORN-Pec, 4V;e; old, 47Uc; May, 4le. OATS Deo., .la-jlc; May, SlTifiSIr. MKPS I'OIlK-d'or bbl)-.lnn., J13.5:m May, JI3.7mil3.72i. LARU-(I'er luO Ibsi-Pec.. 57,30: Jan.. J7.S0; May, J7.4fl; July. J7.47Va. BIIORT RIRS-Sldeie (Ioo)-Jn.. J7.15; May, $7.35 ; July, J7.45. Cash quotations: WHKAT-No. 'J spring wheat. S3frSe. No. 3, SlrtiStc; No. rod, S1V(iS7Uc C'OHN-No, 2, 470l7lje; No. 2 yellow. 47fi I7'ic OATS-No. 2. :.fiic; No. 2 white, 32r; No. 3 white, OOfJ.H-ic. RY12 No. 2, Co. HARLEY ijood feedlncr. 37' if 37ic : fair to choice malting, 44tl4"c. FLANSF.KP-No. 1, $l.n; northwestern, No. 1, Jl.HUj. TIMOTHY SKKP-l'llme, S3.37Vi. MLSsl FOItK-d'er bbl)-tl2.75ai:.S7U. LARP-U'er 10i) lb)-$7.30ti7.3i',i. SHORT RIBS-SIdes (loosel-K.OOtj! T.12'4. HIPF-Short clear (bojted)-S7.S$g) .40. SHOFLPF.RS-Pry salted, none. WHJSKKT-(Basis of hlRhw1ne)-$U0. On the produco exchange to-day tho butter market was firm; creameries, 17fi24i4: dairies, 17Tt0e. cgRS firm at mark cases jnrluded 18j!23c; firsts. 22c; piimo tlrsts, 20c, extras, 2Sc; .cheeiu, easy, ll'-filHc. HOSTON COPPER MARKET. Roston, Pec. 27. Coppers wto iriTKiiInr to-day. The clojn was s"ft end at n zood reaction, takinir the lea. line rnei-ialties into considsratlon throuch th" market as a whole held re maikahly well. RUTTHR AND CHEESE MARKET. Boston. Poc. 27. HFTTER The maiket was firm to-day; northern. 2t'st(2.V4c; western, 24'25c; Vermont dairy, 20'fi22c. 1 CHEKSE Market was firm and lildher, Vetmont twln, in,-'iil3c. NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. Xw York, Pec. 27. Cotton futures opened steady. Jan., JU.41!; F-h.. ; March, ?11.0; April, ; Mas'. Jll.ri'i; .Tnno. . July, $12.ol. Aur-, Jll S7; S.'pt , 111.1s!; Oct., tlMM . spot clo.-od quiet, Ki point- lower, uiiiiillun.' uplands, !l.!i."; do. sulf, 12 20, sabs. 2'".1 bales. EGGS DOWN TO 35 CENTS. Drop of Three Cenlx (llirluc Hie Past Work. Ktrt', which were retailing a week aisii for St cents, have taken still an other drop and the strictly fresh var iety can now be boucht for 33 cents a dozen. Case eges continue to sell for 2S cents a dozen. Creamery butter remains at 30 cents per pound with tho dairy product, two cents cheaper. There are comparatively no clianRes In the fiuit and vecretable markets. Apples are rapidly growing si nice nnd advance In price from week to week. Northern Spies and Melntnsli P.eds are now retaillnir fur from SO to on ct-nts per peck, while nreeniiiKS and Bald wins brine 40 to .".0 cents a peek. California, nave oimhros are offered in abundance at from 40 to 70 ccnt.-i I P-r dozen. Florida oranges brine rrom 30 to 30 cuts per dozen. Catawba I grapes are 20 cents a basket and Mal aga grapes are 20 cents a pound. Plne npples are 30 cents each. Pears nrn offered at from 10 cents a quart to 60 cents a do::on. Hananas bring from 20 to 30 cents a dozen. New Persian and Fard dates are in tho market at 10 cents a pound. Common potatoes are soiling at 34 cents a bushel, with the sweet variety becoming more scarce but still selling for 5 cents a pound. Hoston celery retails at 2." cents per large bunch. Rice pop corn shelled sells for S cents a pound, or two pounds for 15 cents. Hothouse cucumbers retail at 20 ccnli each. Hi'thniise tomatoes sell for 20 cents a pound, southern tomatoes are 12'j coins a pound. Wax beans art! selling for 12 "j cents a quart. .Shell beans are S cents a quart, and Lima, beans 10 cents a quart; turnips am three cents n pound: Hubbard squash throe cents a pound; cabbage threo cents a pound; tu ets, three cents a pound, parsley, 5 rents a bunch and native celery eight cents a head. How to Feed Poultry Food. We will send free, postpaid, to any farmer or poultryman who will write us, mentioning this paper, our direc tions for feeding "Page's Perfected Poultry rood." These directions rep resent the combined experience ot some of the best poultrymen in New Kugland who have used our food suc cessfully. There are also given many suggestions as to the proper care to b liven bens to produce the best resulta. Carroll S. Page, Hyde Park, Vt. LONG ENOUGH. Old Beau I want an engagement ring. Jeweler Solid or plated? Old Beau-Will a plated one last for six months? Jeweler Oh, ye. OJd Beau-Well, that will do. My an gagemcnta only average three month. NO ROOM AT ALU "Thl," said the agent, "I the cosltti little tint In Harlem. "Yes?" replied the man. "Oh, theic's no doubt about that nt all." "That's so, theie Isn't any room for doubt, is there"" Philadelphia ledger.