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Advertising in this column
one cent a word each in
sertion. Copy may be
changed every week. Cash
in advance required. No
advertisement taken which
is less than 12 words, two
lines. Special terms to ad
vertisers using from 250 to
1,000 lines within 12 con
secutive months.
K COOK wnntert) reference required, Mr,.
II. 1', Perkins, 205 South Prospect at.
EXPEMBNCED MAN wanted nn foreman
M wood turning ahop: onn who under
Hands tailing caro of tool nnd saws,
Address "Novelty," caro of Pren Tress.
lIOUSEKnEPBIt wantPit, widow or middle
aged woman. Henry Hwect, R. F. f). 1,
Starltsboro. Vt. IB.w.flt,
K COOK urtntcd at the Horns for Destl
turo Children. IUfcronces required.
TWO-FLAT HOUSE for sale, three rooms
and toilet eaeh floor; largo lot, doublo
iihed and hen house; prleo low and terms
easy. Why not own a homo? Sfo W. V.
Farr. 83 North Union St. gaa.d.w.tf.
STANDING TIMnBin for snlo In Franltlln.
Addison and Windham counties. W. 'V.
Farr, M North Union St. sn.l.d.w.tf.
Pursuant to an order of the court of chan
cery, notice Is hereby given that tho re
ceivers will sell at public nuctlon upon
tho premises In the village of Mlddtetown
Springs, Rutland county, VI., at 11 o'clock
In the forenoon, October 17. 1017, nil the
real and personal properly, equitable In
terests and good will of said A. W. Cray's
Bona. It will bo offered for sale In tho
alternative, first In convenient parcels,
then as a whole and sold nl the highest
price offered ,In tho aggregate. The par
cels will be; 1. About (iOO.nnO feet of
seasoned lumber, mainly maple, birch,
beech nnd oak squares, to be sold by the
thousand feet, 2. supplies, viz,: Scvernl
tons of Iron nnd steel, castings, nuts,
bolts nnd a largo quantity of rubber belt
ing. 3. Manufactured goods, viz.: About
HO threshers, 10 circular saws nnd four en
silage cutters, 4. Notes nnd accounts re
ceivable, amounting to nbout fifty thousand
dollars. fi. Real estate, small water power
privileges, boiler, machinery, equipment,
patterns and good will. n. Orflce furni
ture, office supplies nnd equipment. De
tailed plans, statement and inventory of
the foregoing may be seen on file In the
eounty clerk's office In the city of Rut
land, Vt. A deposit of 1(1 per cent, will
be required on accepted bids, but tho
receivers reserve tho right to reject any
and all bids, and all sales are subject to
the approval and order of the court.
Dated at Mlddletown, Vt., Sept. 1R. 1017.
B. I.. Stafford, S. B, Everts, solicitors for
receivers. D. D. Woodard, II. A. Spall
holz. A. T. Gray, receivers. 13,w,3t.
tHREE-ROOM TENEMENT with shed, hon"
housa and garden. Just off North Ave.,
handy to electric, cars: electric lights and
line view: rent only $7.00 per month. In
notr at 83 North Union St. 241,d,w,tf.
Bnrllncton Veterinary Hoapltal
78 Plna St.. Burlington. Vt.
Veterinary Surgeon and Physician.
Graduate Grand Kaplds Veterinary
Collosre. 1909. Latest equipment for
all animal surgery. Including equina
and canine operating tables. 'Phona
Practical Plumbers nnd Stenin I'lttrro
Next INorth DarllnRton Saving! Bank
BO St. Paul Street
For Sate or Ex
change A modern and up-to-date hotel, on St.Me
road from Burlington to Whlto Moun
tains, doing a srood commercial and
tourist trade tho year round, 30 rooms,
all hardwood floors on first floor and
some sleeping rooms, Ice cream parlor,
moving Picture and dance hall connect
ed. Good livery business horse and
auto the year around. Spring water all
over the house and barn, electric lights
cold storage. This Is an official Blue
Book Hotel and a first-class business
point and only reason for selling Is poor
health. Immediate possession given as
owner has got to live South. Enquire
Cambridge, Vt.
Continued from pen on.)
leaving the Fairbanks cottage at the
State Industrial school Sunday evening
he made a misstep and falling to the
ground, about a distance of four feet,
injured his right shoulder. Monday,
Mr. Donnelly was taken to a hospital
in Burlington to undergo an X-ray ex
amination. A birthday party was giv
en Ruth Gowott, youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Gowett, Saturday at
the home of Capt. and Mrs. M. II. Dan
iels In honor of tho sixth anniversary
of her birth. A birthday cake holding
pIx candles was among tho many
dainties served for refreshments and
the little lady was the recipient of
many useful gifts. Owon Dawson, sec
retary of the juvenllo court of Mont
real, and a director of the Boys Farm
and Training School at Sliawbrldge, V.
Q-i of which Supt. J, N, Darss lias been
appointed superintendent, was a week
end guest at the State Industrial
school. Sunday Mr. Dawson gave an
Interesting address to the inmates of
tho school on Tho Value of Service."
.Mrs. Maria Blalr-nncl sister, Mrs. Al
bert Larrow of South Burlington wore
called Saturday to Isle I.aMotte by tho
serious Illness of their nephew, tho son
of Joseph Dubuke. Mr. and Mrs. Har
vey F. Beach visited their son, Allon V.
Deach, of Burlington Sunday, Frank
son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Spoon
er, while at play Sunday ran against a
tree, dislocating a shoulder, George
W, Ross visited his Hlster-ln-law, Mrs.
John W, Ross of Rutland, Sunday.
Oeorge Duprey has moved Ills house
hold goods to Bristol, whore ho has
employment. Mr. and Mrs. John Wha
len and children- of Burlington visited
Bunday Mrs. Mary Wlialon, Mr, and
Mrs. J, C. Norton, who have been visit
ing In Vergonnes, Addison, Panton and
adjacent towns have returned to Ta
coma. Wash, !rs. Alexander Bennett
of West Nowton, Mass., Is visiting her
sister, Mrs, Honry T. Booth. Miss Ora
M. Blair has returned from a week's
vlBlt to relatives in Rutland. Mrs. Ja
cob Aunchman of Orwell h visiting lior
daughter, Mrs. David E. Ryan, Mr.
and Mrs. W, E. Led tic, Mr, and Mrs.
Curtis l.eduo of Orwell wcro guests of
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Ryan Sunday.
The Vergonnes cltlzonH' entertainment
course will open tho season Friday eve
ning, October 19, with tho Parjnoter play
ira aj entertainers, Tho farmers aro fill
ing their silos and the corn crop Is re
ported to bo good. Peter Jewell has re
turned to Worcester, Mnss,, after a visit
to nis sister, Mrs. C. W. Stone. Mrs.
Benjamin T. Flold Is in Montpellcr at tho
homo of her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Philips,
while Mrs. Philips Is recovering from an
operation, George II. Born, who Is em
ployed at his trado as painter, In Bur
lington, spent tho week-end at his homo
hero. Delos Comstork of Troop K, Sec
ond cavalry, at Fort Ethan Allen, who
Is spending a few days' furlough with
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Onrruppy, gavo an Informal talk on "The
Duties nnd Services of n Soldier Whllo
nt tho Training Cnmp." Palmer Ball of
Boston Is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Kara M. Ball. Mrs. Margaret U
Strickland of Newport, N. H a former
well-known resident of this place, Is
spending the month at the homo of Louis
Tl(e chfcken-plo supper served Sat
urday evening nt tho city ball by tho
ladles of St. Peter's Church living out
side of Vcrgenncs was very successful
and tho proceeds wcro about $125,
which will bo used for the benefit of
tho church. Miss Lena O'Neal Is visit
ing In North Adams, Mass. Miss Annie
McAuley, has returned from a week's
visit to her pnronts, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
McAuloy of Now Haven. An old folks'
danco will bo held Thursday evening
nt the Wl8soll placo In Panton, with
music by Dalgneault's four-piece or
chestra. The proceeds are for the bene
fit of tho Red Cross. The chlckcn-ple
supper by the Methodist Episcopal
Church of Panton will be held Wed
nesday evening, October 17, Instead of
Friday ovenlng, October 19, as pre
viously reported. Miss Mary T. Al
den Is visiting Mrs. Arthur Sullivan
of Burlington. Mrs. Frank Barrows
has returned from a visit to her moth
er, Mrs. Mary Bruya of Mlddlobury.
Beaver Grange, Now Haven, will visit
Vergennes Grange Friday evening. Tho
visiting grange will furnish the enter
tainment and the local grango will
servo supper. Mrs. Anna French has
gone to Rutland. Miss Martha Thorn
visited her farm in Waltham Monday.
Tho body of Mrs. Ella H. Burge,
widow of Champion Burge, who died
Monday at tho Fanny Allen hospital,
following an operation, will be brought
hero to-day and burial made in Pros
pect cemetery. The work of general
repairs at tho pumping station of the
city water works was begun Tuesday
The cost of the repairs will be about
$7,000. Tho Rev. J. Hall Long gave
an addross at tho Odd Fellows meeting
at Burlington Tuesday evening. G.
Ralll, Fred Leheau, and Charles Davis
aro on a doer hunting trip In the Ad
Irondacks. Postmaster John H. Don
nelly Is suffering from a broken arm,
caused by a fall, the result of a mis
step from the stops of the Fairbanks
Cottage at tho Industrial school Mon
day evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard
Mandlgo aro visiting Mrs. Mandlgo's
parents, tho Rev. and Mrs. Douglass,
of Enosburg Falls. Tho condition of
Mrs. William H. Flagg. who has heen
111 for sonic time. Is Improving. The
Misses Ruth B. Harrington and Helen
B. Thome, who graduated last June
from tho Vergennes high school, have
entered the University of Vermont.
Miss Marcclllne Lashway, who has
been visiting her mother, Mrs. Thomas
Agan, has returned to Burlington to
resume her studies at tho University
of Vermont. Mrs. H. A. Farrar, who
Is ill with bronchitis and grip, Is some
what better. Mrs. M. T. Bristol has
gone to Cohnssot, Mass., to visit her
son, Dr. B. M. Bristol. O. II. Sherman
of Burlington was here yestorday to
attend the meeting of the director of
tho National Bank of Vergennes.
Charles Torroy of Burlington visited
his family hero yesterday.
While unloading milk at the station
Monday morning E. II. Eastman slipped
and a can of milk fell upon him, dis
locating bis hip. A. C. Sumner Is in
Cornwall. Miss Doris Briggs of Deerflcjd,
Mass., was a guest of Miss Doris Currier
Sunday. She went Monday to Burlington
to enter tho University of Vermont
Stewart Douglass of Mlddlebury College
was a week-end guest of his grandmother,
Mrs. Viccna M. Dunshee. .lohn Wright
and family, Mrs. Ransomo I'urlnton anil
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Clark and son, Roy,
motored to Burlington Sunday. At tho
first meeting of tho Federated juniors
these officers wero elected: Superin
tendent. Mrs. Harry Parkor; assistant.
Miss Illldreth Chamberlain; musical
director, Miss Christine Mulllngs; pianist.
Miss Doris Currier; assistant, Miss Ethel
Farr; social committee. Miss Genevieve
Kllbourn and Miss Doris Currier; refesh
mcnt committee, Mrs. Dcnlo and Mrs.
Harry Parker; teacher of primary class.
Miss Genevieve Kllbourn; of the young
girls' class, Miss Bernice Garrow; of the
young boys' class. Miss Illldreth Cham
berlain; secretary, Margaret Denlo; re
porter, J. Sumner Sherwln; treasurer, Ed
ward Dcnlo; ushers, Pauline Hill, Glenn
Currier; recorder of attendance, Anna Mc
Cormlck; collectors for October 14, Carroll
Bicknell and John Palmer. A large card
will be placed in the league room on which
the members are enrolled. A gold star will
be added for each Sunday's attendance.
Miss Bernice Garrow has returned from
a visit to Boston and vicinity. W. B.
Daggett, Mrs. B. F. Daggett and Mr. and
Mrs. S. D. Farr went to Proctor Monday,
called there by the death of Mrs. Wilfred
Daggett. Burt Lathrop and family were
In Brandon Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Smalley
visited her parents In Lincoln Sutuluy.
Harry Vancelette of Monktou was a
visitor at A. E, Crow's Sunday. F. E.
Manum, carrier on route No, 2, Is ill, and
F. E. Plain Is acting substitute.
Joseph Gorow cut oft three fingers while
at work in Lathrop mill in the Notch
Thursday. A party from Providence,
R. I was in town Saturday to take the
"Long Trail." Hosea Woods of Detroit,
Mich., is in town. Mrs. Woods and
daughter, Vera Bristol, expect to re
turn with him. Miss Dorothy Gates is
visiting In East Berkshire. Llndly
Bicknell and George Cormier were at
home from Nlantlc, Conn., Friday and
Saturday, They had to report at camp
Sunday night. A goodstzed audience
enjoyed tho entertainment given by the
Florentine Musicians In Holley hall
Friday night. This was tho first num
ber of the high school entertainment
Paul C. Morgan, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Charles Morgan of this village, and Chris
tie May, youngest daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Burton G, Peck of East Mlddlebury
wero married Saturday afternoon at St.
Stephen's Church rectory by tho Rev, El
bert II. Holmes. Mr. Morgan has Just
been discharged from tho service of the
United States government, having been
cornctlst on the battleship Montana, L. C.
Bain has gono to Mt. Clemens, Mich., for
treatment. )r. Mormon Hasscltine, who
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Has
heltinc, lias returned to ills homo In
Washington, D. C Tho ladles of tho
Federated Church are making prepara
tions for a haarvest supper to bo held In
the Methodist Church parlors Wednesday
evening, October 17. Bennett Hughes
who recently left tho Pittsburgh training
camp for Colgate Unlverlty, has been
awarded a scholarship, Tho entertain
ment glvon In Holley hall Monday ove
nlng for the boneflt of tho Red Cross by
local talent, drew a full house. Much
credit Is duo Mrs. Ives and Mrs. Hetrz
borgcr for tho management of It. E. H.
Eastman, who suffered a dislocation of
his hip Tuesday at the milk station, Is
resting comfortably, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Card el I Norton aro housekeeping on Moun
tain street. Mrs. Norton's sister, Miss
Newman, of Poultney Is visiting there.
Thn gross receipts of tho Rod Cross
entertainment Monday night were
$118.20, net receipts $114.20. The room
occupied by the Red Cross society at
the present time haB been rented by
Mr. Lathrop to C. II. Langworthy. Mr.
Lathrop, who haa given tho uso of this
room freo of chargo since the society
was organized last spring, has given
them the use of two rooms on tho sec
ond floor of the same block over tho
poatofflce. Mrs. H. L. Dunshee has re
turned from an extended visit to her
mother and other relatives at Lake
Placid, N. Y. Mrs. Clayton Hanks of
Mlddlebury visited Mrs. W. H. Browe
Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hosea N. Woods
nnd daughter. Vera Bristol, leave to
day for their homo in Detroit, Mich,
Rupert Hanmer has gone to Burlington
to begin his senior year at tho Univer
sity of Vermont, Charles R. Beoman of
Wllllamstown, union superintendent,
has moved his family hero and is oc
cupying L. O. Chapln's house on West
streot. Theron S. Dean of Burlington
gave an Interesting illustrated lecture
on "Tho Long Trail" In tho Colonial
theatre Tuesday night. Miss Lois L.
Jenney, who has been occupying the
position of bookkeeper in J. W. Tru
do'g grocery store for tho past 18
months, goes to Burlington Monday, to
take the nurses' training course at the
Mary Fletcher hospital
Rally day will be observed at church
on Sunday, October 14. It is hoped that
all will rally at the church. On Ocober
17 there will be a chlckon-plo supper serv
ed by the ladles of the church. The
friends of Mrs. S. G. Hawley of Panton
nnd Mrs. L. M. Gage of Mlddlebury, both
former residents of this town, will bo
glad to know they are both doing well nt
tho Mary Fletcher hospital In Burling
ton. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bodctto were in
Burlington Sunday, tho guests of Mrs.
Bodette's parents. Tho teachers in town
and their pupils nttended tho exhibition
In Mlddlebury on Friday, several carrying
off the prizes. Tho Ladles' Aid will meet
October 10. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clark
havo as their guests Mr. and Mrs. R. M.
Brown of Chicago. Mr. Brown was a
former Addison boy. October IS Is to ce
observed at Grange as "Everybody to
Grange Night." The State lecturer, O.
L. Martin, of Platnfleld, Is to be present.
The friends of Arthur W. Adams gave
him a little surprise party on Saturday
evening in honor of his 26th birthday.
Whist was played nnd all wished him
many returns of the day.
C. .1. Palmer returned Monday night,
where he had been with AVilllam Kim
ball to deliver Mrs. Whiteside's car. They
went via. the" Mohawk Trail. L. Duane
Allen went last week to Fort Ethan Allen
and enlisted in Co. A, medcal department,
and Is In training there. Miss Mary
Adams, accompanied by her mother, left
for New York city last week, where she
will resume her work as nursa train
ing In a hospital. The Red Cross meeting
will be held this week Friday with Mrs.
Frank Hartwell. An old folks dance will
be held at the Wlseil place Thursday
evening of this week for the benefit of
the Rod Cross society. Dalgneault's or
chestra of four pieces will furnish music.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Davis and Mr. nnd
Mrs. P. H. Smith havo returned from
Brnttleboro and Proctorsvllle, where thoy
have been on an automobile trip. The an
nual chicken-pie supper of the Methodist
Epscopal society will be held Wednesday
evening, October 17, at the church par
lors. LINCOLN.
The sum of $26.45 was realized from the
entertainment "A Day in Court," which
was given by local talent under the aus
pices of the Red Cross Branch Saturday
evening. A .report of the grand pa
triotic rally and Vermont war confer
ence, which was held In Rutland Septem
ber 27 and 28, will be given in the town
hall this evening. At a regular meeting
of Prospect Grange Saturday evening the
gentlemen will entertain the ladles as
the result of a defeat In a recent member
ship contest. Supper will be served at the
close of the literary hour for which all
the gentlemen are expected to contribute,
The Rev. B. M. Kent, D. S., preached
In the Methodist Church Sunday morning.
Henry Pope of Springfield Is visiting In
town. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lee, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Lee and Alan Lee are In
Andover, Mass., visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Ivan Steadman. Llndley Bicknell nnd
Henry Bennett visited in town Saturday.
They wero to report at camp in Nlantlc,
Conn., Sunday night. On Friday after
noon a party of lady friends of Mrs. Or
llnda Hamilton were pleasantly enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Eugene Luck
er, where they were invited to assist.
Mrs. Hamilton in the celebration of her
GMh birthday. Mrs. Carrie Dodge, who
has been In Florida for several months,
has been visiting in town. Mrs. Otto
Butterfleld spent the week-end wth Mr.
Butterfteld, who is employed In Spring
Hold. Mrs. L. A. Bryant, who has been
been visiting her son, Fred Bryant, In Ma-
lone, N. Y has returned. Mr. and Mrs.
L. E. Jackman started Monday for Roch
ester, Minn., where Mrs. Jackman will un
dergo an operation for goitre at the Mayo
Brothers' hospital.
Miss Blanche Andrews, who has been
here caring for her mother, Mrs. Percy
Andrews, who has had bronchial pneu
monia, returned to her work in white
River Junuctlon Monday. Mrs. Hatch
and seven children from New Hampshire,
who have been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Harry Blair, the past two weeks,
returned the first of the week. Raymond
Martin from Connecticut was a week
end guest at E. L. Martin's. James
Goodyear of Ayer, Mass., visited his par
ents Saturday night and part of Sunday.
The Misses Mildred and Gladys Landers
of Cataumet, Mass., are visiting their
sister, Mrs. Herbert Church, The vil
lage school Is not keeping this week on
account of the illness of Mrs. Hiram
Spoor, the teacher's mother. Mrs. Wil
liam Hubbard of Rochester visited her
daughter, Mrs, L, M. Church, two days
last week,
Mr, and Mrs. Lodewlck of Saratoga are
In town for a few days. Mr. and Mrs.
.1. F. Rowley of Burlington are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Rowley. Mllo
Merrill Is the guost of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Merrlll.-Mrs. Holt left
Saturday to pass tho winter with her
daughter In Boston. Mrs. Hattle Wilder
has gono to New Haven, Conn, to spend
the winter with her daughter. The Misses
Helen Spauldlng and Cornle Kent of Pan
ton were guests Thursday and Friday of
Miss Jessie Noll at their aunt's, Mrs.
William Mclntyre. Mrs. Anna Sumner Is
soon to go to Essex, N. V., to spend the
winter, Heaver Glenn Grange Is Invited
to Vergennes Friday evening.
Miss northa Llllle of Mechanlcsvlllc, N.
Y Is In town, the guest of her brothors,
L, F and F. B. Lllllo.-C. E. Walker of
Castlcton came up last Saturday and
drove home his cows. The firm number
of tho entertainment course was glvon
Saturday evening. Orwell's gift for the
library fund was $56.85. Copies of "Flag
Etiquette," tn frames, have been present
ed the village schools by Hands Cove.
Chapter, D. A. R. Our Sunday school
was represented at tho county convention
held Inst week In Vergennes, by Mrs.
Clyde Monycr and Mrs. J. A, Orcgory.
Professor Cady of Mlddlebury conducted
services at the Congregational Church
Sunday. Lawrence Ross, son of Mr. nnd
Mrs. E. E, Ross of this town, loft Tlcon
dcroga, N, V for camp Dnvens last week,
Frank Htedman died Saturday morning,
Mr, and Mrs, P. J, Coffee of Burlington
have baan aruasts of their son. Dr. V, 11,
Coffee.-The regular meeting of the home
department was hold yesterday with Mrs.
F. E. Llllle.-Martln Dundon has made a
deep porch on tho front of his house.
Mrs. Clinton Mallory is entertaining two
nieces, Miss Mnrgarot and Lucy t,nrl'"
Mrs. J. P, Wlsoll and Mrs. Thomas Ha
cauley of Shorcham wero In town Inst
week.-MIs Lena Ncedham of Orwell and
Norman Fletcher of Brldport wero mar
rlod nt tho homo of the bride on Monday.
They will rcsldo in Brldport.-Tho regular
meeting of Independence Lodge was nnu
last Tuesday evening nnd was attended
by members of St. Paul's Lodge of Bran
don and members of Slmonds Lodge of
Shorcham.-MIss Bessie Skinner returned
to Snmcrvillo, Mass., Monday after two
weeks In town.-Miss Blanche Doane Is
at homo from Albany, N. Y for a fow
wcoks. v
Harlan Bostwlck, who enlisted In tho
navy last spring, received a call Thurs
day night nnd left for tho Charlestown
navy yard Friday morning. Miss Nina
Smith was given a surprise parly nt
Floyd Smith's Friday nlght.-Thero will
be a report given nt Grange Friday by
Mr. Donlo and others from Bristol who
attonded the recent war meeting hold in
Rutland. A harvest supper will be served
nnd patriotic songs sung from tho Rod
Cross books. Tho Christian Culturo club
will meet Thursday with Mrs. Fred
Thome In Bristol. Everyone, both men
nnd women, is cordially invited to' at
tend. Dinner will be served. Mrs. Aman
da Chamberlain of Bristol Is working at
A. E. Clifford's. Miss Flora Doland has
gone to her homo on Mason Hill to live
this winter.
Dr. Clarenco Blrdsall of Boston Is hero
visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. F.
Blrdsall. Ho expects soon to be called ns
a surgeon In tho army. Tho infant son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sewcll Hallock is 111.
Philip and Miss Ruth Hallock attended
the reception given their cousin, Jcsso
Hallock, before he left for Aycr, Mass.
The barns on the Wilbur Hamilton
place, now owned by M. T. Wolcott,
burned Wednesday, October 3. Tho
cause of tho Are is unknown. The Ad
dison county boys of the second draft
left for Camp Devons,, Ayer, Mass.,
Wednesday, October 3. William Van
derhoof was the only ono from Brld
port. Clifford Paimor of Mlddlobury
has been spending a few days with O.
G. Rico. Mrs. Harvey Peck, who has
been very ill, is Improved. Russell
Norton was an over-Sunday guest of
his aunt, Mrs. H. L. Hemonway. Mrs.
William Wheeler is recovering from
her illness. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jab
bott were Sunday visitors of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allard
Jarrctt. F. Wing, formerly of Brld
port, loft Thursday for Wntorvllot. N.
Y., and from thero ho will go to Camp
Dcvens, Ayer, Mass. Mrs. Augusta
Wicker from Wlckllffe, Ohio, and
daughter, Mrs. Augusta Smart of Wil
loughby, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
William M. Grandey. Mrs. Beaumollo
Weed has returned to her home In New
York State after visiting relatives in
town and In Burlington. Mr. and Mrs.
William Finnessy of Burlington spent
tho week-end at H. S. Wltherell's.
Miss Harriet Wheeler of Burlington
spent tho week-end with her parents.
The Ferrlsburi: nunrterlv mrntlnr nt
Friends will be held here October 13 and
14. William J. Reagan, principal of Oak
wood Seminary. Union Snrlnm. i. V
is exnected to ho nrcsriit Th willing
Workers met with Mrs. Janette
Bamum on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs.
Eliza Brown returned Saturday from n
two weeks' visit in Malone, N. Y. She
was accompanied by Spencer Wright and
iamny, wno returned to Malono on Mon
day. Mrs. Kenvon Is vIslHnir hr .ii.iv,
ter, Mrs. Lester Dean. Charles Holcomb
has moved hero from Warren nmi u.in
occupy one of A. H. Brown's tenement
nouses, Mrs. mary ue Graff of South
Burlington has come hern tn renldo
Mrs. Wlllard B. Capes and little son of
Goodlands, Ind., are visiting her father,
ni. tr. worgan.
Fred Palmer Is nt his brother's. K. II
Palmer, being called here by tho sorlous
illness of his father. O. II. Palmer Mi
nnd Mrs. B. C. Comslock nnd daughter of
unstoi were Sunday guests In town.
Mrs. Watson La Rose of Randolph Is vis
iting friends nnd relatives In town.
There will be a harvest supper nt tho
homo of Mrs. S. N. Alger for the benefit of
mo Jvpworth League Friday evening.
The Rev. C. H. Mead was In Rutland
Tuesday, H. V. Sears, E. II. Palmer and
the Rev. C. H. Mead wern MMrilolmris
visitors Monday.
Tho Shorcham Red Cross branch has re
ceived from various sources $C",0.48. Dis
bursements for national fees, war fund,
supplies, expenses, etc., $193.76. leaving
$151.71! In the treasury. Elevon Shorcham
boys havo been furnished with pajamas,
sweaters and comfort hags. Three boxes
have been sent to Boston, tho fourth Is
ready. A good supply of material Is on
hand. The library fund sent from this
town was $50.85. .Mrs. F. G. Swlnnerton
of Rutland, Dr. Charles Russell and fam
ily of Burlington, Arthur Lamb of Mld
dlebury, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Blrchnrd
of Cornwall, and Mr. and Mrs. Rollln
Blrchard of Hortonvllle were iiere last
week to attend tho Jones-Birchard wed
ding. T. G. Easton has returned from the
Mary Fletcher hospital. Miss Florence
Fish, who has been a recent guest at
T, G. Easton's, has returned to her homo
In Mlddletown Springs, Mrs. Emma Ful
ler and sister, Mrs. Eva Merrltt, went to
Albany, N. Y., last Thursday to visit
their niece, Miss Lottie Hull. Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. J. Anderson of Mount Hermon,
Mass,, passed tho week-end with Mr.
Anderson's mother. Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Forbes of Easthampton aro guests of
Mrs. Forbcs'B sisters, nt the Smith farm.
The Rev. R. B. Simmons has gono ns
delcgato to the National Council nt Col
umbus, Ohio. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. H. Burge
passed last weok on an auto trip through
the Adlrondacks, Mr. and Mrs. J, E.
Mooro entertained the Moravian club and
their gentlemen friends Tuesday evening.
The entertainment was musical, given by
airs. it. b. Simmons, Mrs. Henry Ward,
tho Misses Fredcrlca Piatt and Holcn
Moore, Messrs. Moore and Edwards.
Ttfllr.1. Tlii... . . 1. - ..ab.nnJ In Tl
tiuiiv ejiuill lliu iii ..tin-
tol with his nunt, Mrs. C. E. Gove, Mrs.'
Vrnvilr ln..,A J.i-lilAr lTntlia f
- .. . , u turn tin ut.li "Ji .ii, ui
Now Haven, N. Y are visiting hor cous
in, i. .i. ijncuon, ana inner ivntiiven in
llllu ,lA,lnl... II T TMnann nf Wa..
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bridge was In town Monday. Mrs. A. J,
Cushman returned to her home In North
rrniBDurg Sunday alter sponiiuig two
weeks with hor daughter, Mrs. O. P.
Larrow. Mr, and Mrs. G. A. Hunt nnd
"uiii iiuimiu, unn v. " jii
Bristol last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. I.
T . . . . . . .. 1 n.
"iimiT, .tirs. A, ,1. 1 llelllll.ui (tun mm.
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. uiiaiii l-iursou Were 111" nucnir, i,i ium,
Charles Field In Ferrlsburg lBt weok.
A unlet and pretty wedding was solemn
ized Saturday nt 11:00 n m. at tho homo
of Judge and Mrs. A. w". Foote, when
their daughter, Kathleen M was united
In marriage with aeorB" Carleton of
Sprlngdeld, The Rev. Hoy K. Whltto
more, pastor of tho Mlndlobury Bnptlst
Church, psrformod tlio ceremony, Miss
Jessie Footo of Hartford, a ulster of tho
bride, being brldosmald, n"'1 Hn'l'h E.
Foote, the bride's brother, acting as best
man, Mr, and "Mrs. Carleton left on the
noon flyer. After a short stay nt Lake
Fairlco they will go to Springfield, where
they will rcsldo at 75 Pearl street. A
wedding breakfast was served, Tho wed
ding was n very quiet one, only the near
er relatives nnd a fow friends being
present. Among thoso In attendance
from out of town woro Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Foote nnd children of Pawlot: Mr.
j and Mrs. Charles N. Foote of Walllng-
rora; Mr. and Mrs. Lesllo Mott and chil
dren of Hubbardton; Mrs. Frank Kccsp
of Ferrlsburg; Miss Ethel Wa3hburno of
Springfield, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Robort
Easton of Mlddlobury, Tho brldo Is a
graduato of Mlddlebury Collego, In 1911,
nnd of tho Springfield, Mass., llbrnry
training class, 1915. Sho has been for
; three yenrn a librarian In tho Springfield,
' t' Hi,ltL lit,-.,....
. v., "i.v ........j. ,incion is an
employe of the Fellows Gear Shaper
company of Springfield. An untquo and
Interesting feature, of the occasion was
tho presence of Judge and Mrs. Footo,
their eight rhlldten with tholr husband
nnd wives, and nlno grandchildren, mak
ing 23, A photographer was present to
tnko tho group. Mr. and Mrs. Burton
Mungcr, with their daughter, left Friday
for their new home recently purchased
In Bolton. Tholr mnny friends regret
tholr departuro from town.
Mrs. Robert Baxter left for Detroit,
Mich., Friday to Join her husband, who
is employed at that place. Harry Hoga
boom returned from Gardner, Mass.,
Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hnlton,
Miss Mattlo L. G. Hill and Miss Ethel
Lane wero In Watcrbury Friday. F. L.
Dunn of Rlchford has been In town for a
few days. Carl Batcheldcr nnd family
havo gono to Rending, Mass., to reside
Albort J. Massay, an alleged slacker, was
taken to Cambridge Junction Saturday
by Ofllcer Powers nnd was mot there by
United SUten Marshal Thomas Roeves,
who took tho man to Burlington. Mr.
and Mrs. Gcorgo Wood havo storod their
household goods and .gone to Randolph.
Mr. Wood Is undecided as to his futuro
plans. John Mulligan, Fred LaraDeo and
Raymond Dubcy havo gono to Westmins
ter, Mass., to work. Miss Christina
Munro returned Saturday from a week's
visit in Manchester, N. H. Howard Lewis
Is at homo from Bridgeport, Conn., for a
fow days. James Munro wont to Montreal
with his wife Tuesday night. Sho will en
ter a hospital.
Georgo LaFlamo of Burlington, who, a
fow Sundays ago, ran his automobile
through the Woolen mills fence on Main
street about 50 feet from the river bridge,
was In court Saturday to answer to tho
charge of careless and negligent driving
nnd was fined $15 and costs, which he pa'd,
after his plea of guilty. He was, broughY
up a day or two after It had happened,
hut pleaded not guilty at tho time nnd the
caso was continued.
Tho advance in the woolen mills
brings good wnges to tho employes and
never before havo they made so much
money at their work. It Is claimed
that the smallest wage paid to cheaper
help is not less than $13, while It Is
said that some of the woavers last
weok drew about $50 for their woek's
labor. .
A special meeting of the board of vll
lege trustees was held Monday night, when
Trustee George M. Smith of the east
ward tendered his resignation. He has
been promoted to be superintendent of the
new mill recently built In Lowell, Mass.
He was present nt tho meeting nnd
thanked tho members of tho board for
their kindness toward him, a Junior mem
ber; and the other members, while they
disliked to havo htm leave, appreciated
tho advancement and greater re
sponsibility placed upon his shoulders In
his new position. All wished him fcuccess.
Mrs. L. F. Gauvreau was granted a
restaurant license and tho following bills
were ordered paid: Burlington Light &
Power company, ?2SS.S2; Stovens Machlno
company, $6S.2S; New England Telephone
and Telegraph company. $5.50; Strong
Hardwaro company, $0.3S; Village Clerk
John Plche, $11,40. Tho meeting adjourned
at 8:50. :
Farrah Gabriel, whose place was search
ed Sunday night, was in court Monday
and pleaded guilty to the chargo of selling
liquor Illegally and was given a tpntence
of not less than five nor more than eight
months at tho house of correction. Upon
paying tho costs of seizure, sentence was
suspended ponding his good behavior. Nel
son Duvarney. wno purchased a half pint
of liquor from Farrah could not stand
tho fdekness which visited him after his
having taken a drink of tho "stuff." Sam
uel Laplant, who was with Duvarney,
nlso was sick from ono drink. Both were
so vexed to think that they had paid 40
cents for their booze, which thoy ex
pected to bo good for the money, that thoy
entered tho complaint on Farrah. The i
bottlo which contained tho liquor was a I
medicine bottlo with a prescription label
stuck upon it. The case against Mike
John for breach of the peace was contin
ued to October 20.
The local branch of the American Red
Cross Hiclety during tho month of Sep
tember made up and has alrendy ship
pod to headquarters In Boston. 879 nieces
besides completing tho 144 housowlves nnd
comfort bags for tho members of Com
punk G. The men who have been
drafted from this village Into tho
now national army also havo been
equipped with comfort bags and house
wives. Tho directors of the local work
nro Mrs. A. S. C. Hill and Mrs. It. I.
Stanhope, nnd thoy announce, that they
aro much In need of workers. The rooms
in tho armory are opened every Tuesday
and Thursday afternoons and they would
welcotno any women who would caro to
assist In this good work for tho boys
who nro In tho servlco. They havo sent
tho following pieces: :iI2 4!t' Inch gauzo
compresses; 210 nine-inch gauze com
presses; 192 gauzo sponges: 30 cauzo rolls:
21 triangular bandages; 12 abdominal
bandages: 31 handkerchiefs: 10 knit wash
cloths; nlno suits of pajamas; ono pair
of trench gloves; one scarf and two pairs
of Rocks. There Is plenty of material for
any who wish to lake up tho work nnd
knitting yarn mny bo had by calling nt
me wore rooms or nt Mrs. Hill's home.
Mr. anil .Mrs. Georco D. Nush linvn irnne
to i.os Angeles, Cal where they will
spend tho wlntr.
North Ferrlsburg Branch of the
Red Cross will meet at tho Frlonds'
cotlng house Thursday nfternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. J, Dean of An
dovor, Mass., nnd tho Rov. Charles W.
Sweet and wlfo of Munclo, Ind., havo
been guests of their cousins, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. II. Dcan.-Tho Rov, F. M. ling
adorn broke his arm October 3 whllo
cranking bis automobile Dr. and Mrs.
C. II. Dean of Sa;isbury wero over-Sunday
guosts of Dr. Dean's parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. H. Dean.
Miss. Wnles of Burlington will hold nn
Inspection of surgical dressings work at
tho Unlversnllst Church this nftcrnoon
at 2;30 o'clock.
Mrs. Stephen Smith very pleassuitly en
trrtulned tho Mlsslonnry circle of tho
(Coutluucc o p.Be (nre,).
This Is Home Graft Week
and we are making an exceptional display of Quaker Craft
Laces both by the yard and made up into pretty curtains.
We invite your inspection.
Only fifty ma
chines will be sold
on this club plan.
Iflp an add
luu ed fea
ture of the
"White" Pro
gressive club is
to earn
premium re
funds. Pay any
final payment
in advance and
save ten cents.
You control
the amount of
your saving.
The "WHITE" Rotary Sewing Machine
With all the many articles we take so much pleasure in
selling none is more satisfactory than the New "White"
Rotary Sewing Machine. This is regarded as America's finest.
Equipped with all the very latest attachments and constructed
for comfort. Different models from which to choose and every
one brand new. The beautiful 4-drawer model flnn OO
is especially priced at 4u3ifcU
Every machine is absolutely guaranteed.
Just bear in mind that this is a wonderful op
portunity to secure a sewing machine at old
If these machines were bought to-day they'd cost $7.50
each more than we're asking for them.
Rugs are going to be higher in price
Buy yours now.
Every indication is that all floor fabrics will advance on No
vember 1st. Some lines will advance October 17th. Until ab
solutely forced to we will continue present prices regardless
of market conditions to protect yourself; early choosing is
50 HEAVY AXMINSTER RUGS Oriental patterns, very
nretty colorings, 9x12 ft. size, actually worth CO1 K0
$31.50. Very special ipZHiUU
JUST 25 AXMINSTER RUGS Popular 27x52 in. size,
plenty of pretty patterns and colorings, value $3.00. On n
Each ipZilu
er selling prices from $7.50 to $9.00. Sizes from 27x54 to 36x
.hYour.?ho:w $5,00
Choose 4 yard wide Linoleums now
Ten or a dozen new patterns in Parquette and Tile effects, S5c
square yard.
Daily Special Thursday
Children's Rocking Horses
Value $1.50
Like a play without
scenery such is a
window without lace
curtains cold, cheer
less, uninviting.
Our stocks of QUAKER
CRAFT LACE include a
range of patterns to satisfy
every taste. We havo beauti
ful and individual curtains at
any price you wish to pay.
With a first payment of twenty
five cents you can
Join the "White" Pro
gressive Club
and secure a new
"WHITE" Rotary
Sewing Machine
Just fifty members 50 machines
Membership in the White Pro
gressive club -is now open and for
the initial payment of only
have America's finest, the New
"White" Rotary Sewing Machine,
sent to your home.
Pay the balance as per the table
of easy payments shown.
This payment method is con
ceded to be the most scientific and
safest, automatically adjustable
easy payment nlan ever offerer!
anywhere. No interest bearing
payments, but instead we offer
TEN CENT premium refunds for
any advance final payments made.
i:.v pnofiRussivK sciinnui.rc of imymexts
FIRST 2nd Pnym't 3rd Paym't 4th Paym't
PAYMENT 2Sf 2c 28c
25C B'h m'1 6th ra,m't 7th Vaym't
SOc 80c 60c
8th Paym'l Oth Paym't 10tn p ., nth Paym't
60c 7So 75c 75c
12th Paym'l 13th raym' 14th paynVt 15th Paym't
f lie 1.00 $i.oo
10th Paym't 17th Paym't mh r.ym., 10th Paym't
vi.ihj vi.li $1.10 51.10
iOth Paym't 21st Taym't ,, d pvm., 23rrl Paym't
1.10 1.20 Sl.lo M.?0
24th Paym't 23th Paym't o0,h Pavm.. 27th Tavm'
l.?0 $1.30 $1.30 ' SI-30
2Sth Paym't 20th Pnym't 30th Pa-m'l 31' Pavm't
SI.30 $1.10 $i.fo m t.o
32ml Paym't 33rd Paym't 34,1. pnvmu 3.1th Paym't
$1.40 $1.30. tl.S0. '-6n'
30th Paym't 37th Pnym't l.nt t
l.30. $l.BO Payment 5OW

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