TIIE BURLINGTON FJtlfiK FHSSS I THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13. 1900
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VERMONT LOCAL NEWS
(Continued from fourth page),
Jipar on thtn memorial, some at In number.
On Tuesday evening, after nictation, thn
Waltsllold Cornot band cnllotl on Representative-elect
Gcorgn V, Wnllls ,nnd gnvo
lilm a llttlo surprise serenade, and on
Thursday ovonliig, tho 6th, Mr. Wullls
Eavo n, reception to his numerous friends,
which was vnry largely attended, some
200 or over being present to tender tholr
congratulations. Klcgant refreshments con
sisting of Ice cream and rake, fruit punch
etc., were served, the hottsa und lawn
were profusely and benutlfully Illuminat
ed, nnd a Jolly soelnl evening was un
Joycd by nil. Mr. find Mrs. Philip Mc-
Ornth of Boston, who have bom visiting
friends In town returned to their homo
last week. George N. Billings has rented
hffl house In this villain to John Kings
bury, tho "vlllago blacksmith," nnd .Mr.
Hilling's peopln expect to move, about
October 1, to Montpeller, where he has
leased n house on Loomls street. Mrs.
George It. Miller of Hoston, and daugh
ters, Barbara and Margaret, who have
hero spending the slimmer with her
brother, II. J. Browne, returned tho fore
part of this week to their city home. C. 4,
Groone was In Burlington last Thursday
nnd Friday, visiting his sister, Miss Car
rie Greene, who Is In the Mary Fletcher
hospital for treatment, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas A. Mehuron nro tho nnpp
parents of a flno boy, that was born to
them on Friday, tho 7th Inst. Ml3s Lillian
Hubbard of Granville, a former teacher
In our village school, visited friends In
town over Saturday and Sunday. Maple
Lodge. No. M, D. K., will celebrate the
f.5th anniversary of the order on Saturday
evening, September 22. at their hall, by
nn oyster supper, together with a literary
and musical programme. Mr. and Mrs.
II. F. Stoddard nro visiting friends In
Montpeller nnd vicinity for a few days
this week. James Italrd died Friday,
September 7. after a long Illness, nnd his
funeral services wero held from his late
home on Sunday, the Mb, at 1 p. m. at
tended by the Hcv. F. H. Roberts, pastor
of tho Methodist Church. Mr. Italrd was
7 years of age, and is survived by a
widow nnd five children. Mi. nnd Mrs
J. D. Davis, tho last of the Minneapolis
excursionists to return, arrived safely at
homo on Saturday morning. Tho Rev.
F. H. Kohorts and wife, who have been
spending a three weeks' vacation nt
Brownsville, returned home last batur
rfnv Charles Maxwell goes soon to
Qulncy. Illinois, where ho has secured a
position as Instructor In mathcm.itles.-
Mrs. Carrie Farr of Boston Is spending a
two weeks' vacation with friends In this
At hn ball game labor day Ttalph
Brown was hit by a foul ball, peeling his
hobo nnd cutting a gash in his forehead
that required several sttiches to elope.
He was back in the game 'n n few
minutes, after tho doctor fixed him up.
Ti.ttith I'tton was not s-o fortunate. Ho
tva s hit on the right Mde of head and
rnnderert unconscious. Ho was carried
Into Wllhur Hall's hotiso and the doctor
called. For a tlmo It was feared that
ho would not recover, but he was ablo
t. v,n moved to his homo on Thursday
nnd will recover. Mrs. Arthur Hlclmrd-
n foil down stairs and got a bad shak
lng up. No bone were broken, but she
will be under the doctor's care for sever
al days. Asa Stevens, one of the oldest
f the town, died on Thursday
afternoon, aged S7 years. The burial was
on Saturday, the Rev. George fannth oni
clatlng. Miss Francis Abbott returned
Batiiniuv frmn Iter visit in Bethel
nnd Northfleld. Harlcy Jacobs of Merl-
den, Conn., visited his aunt, Mrs. C. F
Wheeler, last week.
Abble Menard has engaged to work for
the family, Frank II. Tracy, of Mont
poller. Wesley Wheeler has returned
from" Ilopedale, Mass., somewhat Im
proved in health. 'Tnele" Reuben Good-
ell, went to the polls on election day, and
cast his vote for Fletcher T. Proctor.
Clement Bntchelder nnd Richard Walte,
have commenced a course of study at
God-lard Seminary. W. S. N. Strong
who has been visiting his homo for a few
days, returned tills week to Montpeller.
M, W. Walte has returned to his work
In Lynn, Mass., The youngest child of
B. N. Wheeler, who has been quite ill
Is Improving. Cella tho youngest child
of Charles AVIlbur Is qulto 111. R. M.
Pray Is excused this week from attendan
re at country court. Fred Hackett, and
his two sons, who hove been visiting at
"W. B. Goodell's, havo returned to their
home In Bethel.
Mrs. J, B. Began and hor son Rdward
of Bethel, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Livingston last week. F. A. Bragg,
grand Jury man and J. P. Thompson
petit Jury man, aro attending court this
week. Archio McCulIoijgh and Miss
Emma Mcl-fiughlln wwro married Sen
tember 5 by tho Rev. II. s. Smith
In Waterhury. They gave a reception to
their many friends Friday evening at the
home of tho bride's father, James H
McLaughlin, where about Co friends
wero present. Many nlco gifts of silver,
tablo linen, money, etc., wore given
also a gold watch for tho bride from her
father, Cako and ico cream wero served
and all enjoyed a very pleasant evening
-Mr. nnd Mrs. Phllo Hill wore called to
Swnnton last Saturday, to attend tho
luneral of Dr. F. H. Dunbar, n brother.
In-law.-Mrs. F. A. Bragg is spending
ims ween with friends in Montpeller,
jiarro nnci Berlin.
Mable Ladd went to Worcester. Mn
Saturday. Ruth Pope Is attending high
onooi in xorthfleld. E. E. liown
turned Saturday from tho Grand Armv
excursion to Minneapolis. rhoobo Ellis
wno nas uvea with her h ster Mrs. T.'
Bowman died last week and was burl
last last Friday. W. C. Wehster Is us
his gasoline engine to cut ensilage lor
farmers. Mrs. L. T. Webster Is uln
gaining and ablo to be about tho hou
part of the time.
The Largest and most
Complete Stock of
Furniture in Vermont.
m W. G. REYNOLDS COMPANY
Church and Bank Sts., Burlington, Vt.
Cru. - T t m
a nu largest ana nest
Lighted SHob Rooms in
Northern Neb 'England
We are making a special drive on these hand
some rugs Just now. All handsome patterns nnd
the latest colorings. Two sizes -3x10-6 foot
and 0x12 feet. There are 40 of each. Former
selling price of tho S-SxS, 135. OP, Our special
Former selling prlco of the 9x12 Wilton
Rugs $37.50. Our special price
Imperial Smyrna Rugs
30C0 Inches nnd 26xD4 Inches, advertised
by Sloan In the magazines and beyond compari
son with other Smyrna rugs on tho market.
Sloan's price for 2Gx."4-lnch rugs JS.00. Our
Floan's price for SOxCO-lnch rugs, $3.u0. Our
I Hpet'lal prlco
OUR INTRODUCTORY SALE
OfUp-to-Now and High Grade
Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Curtains
With the largest and most complete stock in these lines wo are
determined to command your trade by the lowest prices ever named
and by treatment you will appreciate and remember.
Just now we are making a specialty of the articles named in this
advertisement. Be sure and call and look around. Buy if you care to,
but you are welcome just to look.
The W. G. Reynolds Co. is now a corpora tion. Ve have just
taken an inventory in our several departments and we have de
cided to reduce our extensive stocks by naming the lowest fig
ures ever given in the State. It will certainly pay you to call
and see the G reat Bargains. Every attention given you.
A handsome piece of quartered oak furni
ture, French plntr mirror, 4 drawers. Regular
$11, GO value. Our special prlco
White Enamel Bed
This Is a complete combination including spring and mat
tress. The former selling price was 512. Our spcclnt price
We have these beds In Whi te, iltlne, .Green and Pink enam
el. The former price has been from ST 50 to $15.00. Our spe
clnl prlre from 9 to VI R.
This quartered oak finish Buffet with mirror and lars
drawers, an ornament to any dining room. Well worth $20
Our nprclal price
Higher jrrnde and the latest patterns In Buffets In jrreat
variety at nstonlshlnKly low prices.
SPECIAL CARPET BARGAINS
1,500 yards extra heavy InKrnlii
Cnrpet, fast colors, rccrular prlco per
yard 40c. Our upeclal price
1,000 yards cotton and wool 3-ply
IuKi-aln C'nrpe'i absolutely fast colors,
as hlKh as 7Bc per yard. Om
pedal price per yard
Axiiiliinfer Cnrprti, unexcelled for
wear, latest patterns, quoted as special
bargains by city dealers at J1.25 per
yard. Our npeelnl price, per
Ptlll better crade Ax minuter Cnrpetn,
regular selllnK value $1 50
per yd. Our xpeclul price,,,
elotT'n AsmliiKler Cnr
pets. Our uprclul price..,.
Wo tako Kreat pride in our Carpet
Department which is the most exten
sive In all Vermont Wo want yon to
see our irreat displays. Pome In and
I look at tho latest patterns.
We have taken 100 pair of Hiiffle Munllii
Curtains, striped nnd plain, with 1 lnh ruffle,
yards lone nnd made a most altrnetlTo cut
In price. HcRUlar value r,o conts. Our special
85c MUSLIN CURTAINS
Ilcrantltohcd ruffle, full slzo. Our nprclnl price,
An extremely fortunatn purchase of 1,000
pairs. Our npeelnl price from 30 to AO per cent,
from the reculnr selling price.
20 pieces about 1.000 yardu regular HHo
vnluc. Our upevlul price per yard
A ,rreat display. This oak. sprlnp eat, hair
cushion, covered with selected two-toned cord
uroy, cheap nt $12. SO. Our uprrlal Drtcc
Higher prades proportionately lOTtfc
Dr. R. A. Stanley was called to I'ccor'
on Blush hill lato Monday afternoon and
It waH found that Oliver l'ecor, a youiiK
ter, IS years old, had taken parls green.
By prompt work tho doctor was ablo to
relieve tho boy and Tuesday ho was quite
alive. Tho boy does not like to so to
ehool and Monday mornlnir tho truant
officer jfot after him. He was told to
either ko to school here or be sent to Ver
Kcnnes. It Is understood he had had trou
ble with Ills parents.
Some 30 witnesses woro subpoenaed from
this placo to appear before tho grand Jury
t Montpeller Tuosday uftcrnoon. This
Hct caused quite a stir. It is understood
that State's Attorney S. Holllstcr Jackton
Is endeavoring to find out If liquor Is bo
lnK eold In Wntorbury.
At tho annual meeting of the W. F. M.
society tho following olllcers were elected:
President, Mrs, W. S. Smlthors; vice-proM-dent,
Mrs. F. W. Powers; recording secre
tary, Mrs. J. L. Carpenter; correspond
secretary, Mrs. 1. J. llnberts; treasurer,
Mrs. Jennlo Gaflleld; suporlntondont of
Standard Bearers, Mrs, M, 11. Moody; su
terlntendent of King's Heralds, Mrs. F
W. Powers; superintendent of little Light
Hearers, Mrs. ft. 11. Ornssett.
Tho funeral of AVIUiam A. Stono was
held from his late home Tuesday, tho Rev.
A. M. Smlthers officiating. The bearers
ttero .lohn, William and Ixiuls Dovoido and
I.. (Suyette. Mr. Stone died Saturday under
peculiar circumstances. He was employed
by I!. R. Remerltt as a farm hand. Ho
went to the barn Wednesday evening to
milk. Ho was not seen again till Thurs
day, morning, when Mr. Demerltt
went to the barn to milk and
found him lying on the floor be
hind tho cows. He was allvn but uncon
scious, llo was taken into tho house
and medical aid was called. Ho remained
unconscious till tho end came, Saturday
morning. Death was duo to heart disease.
Mr. Stono was 02 years of ago and had
been twice married, his first wife dying a
Khnrt tlmo ago. B'sldo the wife, Mr. Stono
Is survived by ono child, Mrs. William Pe
volde, of tills place. Mr. Stone was em
ployed ns a farmer nt tho Stato hospital
for i-omo time.
Daniel W. Tracy died Monday noon at
his homo on Little river, at tho ago of 76
years. Ho was born at Chnzy, N. Y.,
September 2?, 1S29. Death was the result
of a four years' illness with a complica
tion of trouble'. Ho leaves four children,
Mrs. Davis of this place, a daughter out
side the Slate, nnd Israel, a member of a
lumher company at Bolton, and Henry,
who Is employed In a mill at North Fays
tlnn. Tho funeral wn held on Wednes
day at two o'clock, from tho house.
Schools In town began Tuesday, Sep
tember 4. Miss Stella Brown has gono
to Plalnlleld, where sho has n position
as teacher In ono of tho schools.
Miss Madellno Sowles went Monday to
Randolph, wlieio sho attends school. Tho
llov. It. C. Falconer, who has occupied
the Congregational pulpit during tho
summor months, went on Tuesday to
Hanover for a week beforo returning to
Ills studies nt tho I'nlon Theological
Seminary. Ho was accompanied by his
mother, who has boon visiting him for
several weeks. Tho pulpit will bo occu
pied next Sunday by the Rev. K, S.
Fisko of Montpeller. Tho C. K. topic for
next Sundny ovenlng Is "now Christ Mot
His F.nomlrs nnd How Wo Should Meet
Ours," lender, MUs I.llla Chndwlck. Mr.
and 'Mrs. H. A. C. Richardson are spend
ing a few weeks with relatives In Clayfl
vlllo. Tho social given by tho Y. P, S.
C E. Friday evening was n pronounced
success In splto of tho inclemency of tho
weather, nearly J10.00 being realized. N.
D. Rico was In Montpeller and Barre nne
day last week, Mrs. dcoreo French and
Mrs. H. O. Van Deusen were in North
field Friday.- Mrs. M. Bowles was In
Randolph Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Smith Marty n camo home from
Palmira. N. J., where she has been visa
ing her brother for the past live weeks.
Mrs. Jessie Kent, who has Fpent the
summer in this vicinity, returned to her
work in Lawrence, Mass., on Mondny.
Stephen Beaulao has sold his stago route
to Dick Botchelder. O. L. Martin is con
finod to tho houso with a large carbunclo
on his leg. Tho Rev. A. M. Smith has be-
jgun his second yeara as pastor in East
nnd Iorth Montpeller, Mr. and Mrs.
Oage of Worcester, Mass., wero recent
visitors at C. C. Cutler's.
Tho habeas corpus case, brought by
Assad Corey of Barre to compel Mr.- and
Mrs. Frank Simons of this city to sur
render to Corey his minor daughter, and
which was heard on Thursday by Judge
John H. Watson a chancellor, was
decided Friday by the court against
tho father and tho girl will remain with
Mr. nnd Mrs. Simons, who have cured for
her from infancy,
Tho case of W. N. Therlault, trustee,
ugaliist Mark H. Illee and several banks,
which has been on the docket of Wash
ington county court since 1502, has been
settled and discontinued. It grew out of
bankruptcy proceedings Instituted by Mr.
Rice, who at one time kept a book and
periodical storo In Montpeller. Certain
money on deposit In tho Montpeller
National, Montpellor Capitol and North
tleld Savings banks was trusteed and Mr.
Rico left the Stato nftor he was dis
charged from bankrupti-y, and tha caso
has been contlnuel, from tlmo to tlmo
untl Friday, whon thn plaintiff ac
cepted j small sum In settlement.
Tho tToard of civil authority will hold a
mooting Monday ovenlng, September 17. to
hear nppenls from the quadrennial np
'pralsalw modo by the listers. Fourteen
appeals have already been mado.
Mrs. Lydla Uurnsldo Woolson. widow of
tho lato 8. a AVoolson, died at her homo
on Winter street on Saturday from tho
'effects of a shock that sho sustained on
'August 31. Mrs. Woolson was 78 years
old nnd a native of Danville, but had
lived In Montpeller slnco 1M9. Sho loaves
a daughter, Mrs. Joseph O. Brown of this
,clty, nnd two Bisters', Mrs. Klvlra Cook,
'who' lived with tho deceased and Mrs.
Maria MclJiron of Minneapolis. Tho fu
norjl'servlces wero held Sunday afternoon
nt ono o'clock In Rftthnny Church. Tha
Itev. li. V. Reed officiated and burial was
In Qreon Mount cemetery.
I At a special meeting of tho local division
I of tho Anclont Order of Hibernians, held
Sunday afternoon, arrangements wero
completed for tho biennial State conven
tion, to bo held In this city on Tuesday
September IS, Committees on arrange
ments entertainment, press, reception,
door, hall and refreshments were appoint
ed, composed of members from this cltv
and Barre. As previously announced tha
convention will open with a high mass at
St. Augustine's Church. The business ses
Mon will be held In th afternoon, the ban
quet at fight o'clock In the evening to bo
followed by a dance. Severnl national of
ficers are expected and delegates to the
natlonnl convention will be elected. About
100 delegates nro expected. Mrs. Frank
McCnnn Is chairman of tho ladles' com
mltteo on banquet.
Tho Rev. Dr. J. Kdwnrd Wright officiat
ed Monday at the funeral of Sidney B.
HnstlnRs of Middlesex. Mr. 'Hastings was
a native of Bristol and was 88 years old.
He served In Company C, 1st Vermont
cavalry, In tho Civil War. Mr. Hastings
had lived nearly all his life In Middlesex
and was universally respected wherever
ho was known.
Tho body of Mrs. I-iura Dewoy Beede
was brought to Montpeller yesterday from
South Framlngh14"1- M""18" nnd burled In
the Dewey cemetery nt West Berlin. Mrs.
Beede died at the home of Mrs. H. C.
Batchelder nt South Framlngham.
The Rev. P. A. Smith, pastor of the
Methodist Church at Morrlsvllle, a former
pastor In Watorbury. is making a strenu
ous effort to land the chaplaincy of the
Houso of Representatives this fall. The
circular letter Mr. Smith is sending out to
representatives-elect l accompanied by
a photogrnph of the candldnte,
11. P. Benjamin, a former resident
of this city, died on Sunday at tho
cityhospltal In Boston, whoro ho was
employed. Mr. Benjamin was 60 years
old and was a native of Worccstor.
Tho body was brought to Montpel
ler and funeral hervlces were hold
j nt two o'clock Wednesday afternoon
, from tho home of Ransom Perkins on
j C. (), Downing l planning to closo
' out Ills livery business anil go to
southern California to reside.
The Interior and platform at the Central
Vermont station, which havo been In tho
hands of cnrpeiiteis and painters for two
weeks, shine In their biennial splendor,
nnd tho Improvements nro appreciated by
Montpeller people and tho traveling pub
lie, Irrespective of tha Legislature. Super
intendent C. F. Soulo was n town Tues
day Inspecting the work. Ho stnted that
tho White mountain express, running dally
botween Burlington nnd Fabyans will bo
discontinued on Saturday, Beptombor 29,
but that this train, minus tho Pullman
parlor car. will bo- kept on between Bur
lington and Montpeller during the session
of the Legislature. It will arrive at Mont
peller at 1 2:15, as now, hut will leave for
Burlington one hour later, or about five
o'clock. When tho new time table goei
Into effect October S, tho evening local
train south bound between St. Albans and
White River Junction will bo put back to
Its old time, leaving Montpeller at B:55 p.
m. and the New York sleeper on that train
will he discontinued.
Mini Lucy McCarthy, a dressmaker of
this city, died Tuesday afternoon of
typhoid fever, aged 20 years. Miss Mc
Carthy was a native of Fayston. hut had
resided In Montpeller three years. She had
been employed In the dressmaking roonn
of Mrs. A. C. Roberts and Miss Lizzie
Stlmson. She was taken to tho hospital
a week ago.
Tho trial In city court of tho caso of
Kolleher Brothers against Peter Oul
mette, to recover Tor Injuries to a horse,
resulted In a verdict for the defendant
4n ..Anni-Ao Uia nnmtm Tl n I M t I ft annDdln.l t h .
It Is said that clergymen from other
parts of tho State, who have a weather
eye on the chaplaincy of the House
of Representative this fall, "allow" if
Morrlsvllle has the secretary of State and
speaker of tho House, a chaplain from
elsowhere should be chosen. This does
not apply to Montpeller and Barre, for.
, bo far as is known, no clergyman from
either city Is a candidate for this dollar
a minute and mileage Job.
Brooks Tost, O. A. R., haa unanimous
ly voted to support Col. A. C. Drown for
the next department comcnai.dor of tho
Grand Army of" Vermont.
Tho Washington County Medical sotl'ty
his elcted Dr. C. F. Camp of Barre,
president; Dr. A. C. Bailey of Randolph,
vice-president; Dr. O. O. Stlcknev of
Barre. secretary, and Dr. C. U. Chandler
of Montpeller, treasurer. This society mot
Tuesday evening nt Montpeller, and after
electing officers and discussing papers
on pregnancy, adjourned to Miller's Inn
for a banquet.
Tho senior class at Montpelfer Semlnury
tendered a-recoptlon on Tuesday evening
at tho boarding hall t Acting Principal
F. M, Howe and bride. Prof, and Mrs.
Howe were assisted In receiving by W.
L. Wilcox and Miss Alice Bailey, presi
dent nnd vice-president of the olass.
Mrs. F. A. Sherburne, Mrs. C. C. Taft,
nnd Mrs. Battle Huntington of this city,
and Dr. Mary Olio of Boston havo gone
to Caspian Inko for an outing of a few
days. Tho special city meeting to hear and
not on the report of the city hnll commit
tee, held last evening, was Immediately
adjourned subject to tho call of tho
mayor and chairman of that committee,
which Is not yet ready to report.
Mrs. Hutchinson h' returned to her
slster'sv Mrs. Casper Abbott, after
spending a few weeks In Storkhrldge
and Rnyalton. Dr mid Mrs. D. L. Bur
nett spent Sunday with relatives In Bar
ton. -Nellie Sleeper has returned to at
tend the S, R. C, S . hiving passed the
school vnentlon w ith her parents In Strif
ford. Harold Fl"h spent lnpt week with
his parents. MIs- Ora Galusha Is tach
Ing school In Tiinbrldee. Miss Minnie
Blodgett returned or Saturday to resume
teaching In the primary department of
the S. R.. O. S. and Is boarding at
Brlghtwood. Miss Lydla Sleeper goes to
Boston this week, where she will visit
friends. Mrs. 11. M Whltcomb and
daughter, Marjory, returned last Sunduy
from n visit of ten days In Bnrre.-J. K.
Stetson Is boarding at Brlghtwood. Fred
Perclval lias returned to his former borne
In Barton, A. M. Trnsk has moved to
Mill Village, Bmmn Rusk was recently
jhome from Northfield Falls, where she
,is teaching. Miss Josephine Sargent h
'teaching school In Kant Bralntrrc. Miss
Maudlne Abbott left on Friday for Bel
lows Falls, where she began teaching
on Monday. Miss Clirn Blnghnm went
on Sunday to Salem, Mass., to resume
teaching. Miss Gertrude Goodale return
ed nn Friday to Somcrvlllo, Mass., after
passing the summer vacation with her
mother, Mrs. Imosene Ooodalo. The S.
R, O. S. opened on Mondny with a large
nttendnnee In each room Miss Georgia
Abbott returned on Sunday from a ten
days visit in Barre. Calvin Dyke Is soon
to board at Foster Sawyer's. Dr. D. L.
Burnett was In Montpeller Inst Thurs
The new granite quarry on the Mary
Qulmby farm which Is to furnish grnn
Ito for the bunk building, is showing
up fine. The new quarry Is by road
about live miles distance from the Ki
lls and Woodbury quarries, being on
the opposite side of Bethel village, and
about two miles from the village. Sam
ples of the grnnlte shown are very
white Whltcomb high school, O, S.
Wright, princlpnl, opened Mondny of
this week, this being Mr. Wright's
eighth consecutive year ns head of the
school. Tho grnnlte for tho founda
tion and the lumber for tho now bank
bulldlnir Is being dollvered. Tho men
are still at work on tho cellar whom
repented blastlne Is ncccssarv for tbf
removal or me sonu leage. yir.
Mrs. G. A. Marsh and daughter.
went to Concord, N. H.. Wednesd
t.tlrik In th. fnlr nt thn t ttv nnd
there will go to Boston to visit
nnoinon. nroiner or ira. jis
George Gnlvln of Mlddlebury rec
visited friends In town and on hi
(urn tnnV with him n fin,, nslr of
purchased of Levi Kidder.
tor In Northflelil. Mrs. George
nnd children, who have been npendln
rummer at the Cobble, expect to
to their homo in Brooklyn, N. Y..
week. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Hodgklns
to Boston Monday to spend a few
The village school begins next M(
with Mr. Kelley of Bxotcr, N. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Lina Loury rot
Monday from a visit In Jonesvllle. I
Hioaaara rwenny Kiucfl a pure
hedgehog. Iewls Richardson of
visited his parnntn, Mr. and Mrs.
Rlchnrdson over Sunday. Mrs. Tow
of Ludlow was a guest at AMen
arrlsnn's the last of tho week.
Cowan has returned to his horn
tho Dean place, which he
hnitcht to Mm V 1 1 t ll Warm
Annie cnedei is teaching school tn
Bpworth League topic for Sunday
lng Is "Our Debt to tho Knowled
God's Word," leader, Armur Lea
Northfteld, where she will visit
dnughter for a few days.
Being onu hii wio uuiu i cur
A stitch In tlmo often saves a
Ho who lovea and runs away will
fewor bills to pay.
It Is better to marry for money
never to have money at all.
their money and take their choice.
lng Jingles for yeast manufacturers.
for many a man's respootnbillty.
that It usually results In two or
xrnm inn sirniKUL mm niueiH lui
the purpose of picking up a dollar.
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