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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.
Misses Adclla Ingham and MIr.i Lena
Onenl. For tho print Ave yearn under the
wise management of the trunteos, the
success of tlio library Ii.im been very grati
fying and Itn Influence la felt throughout
this community. The library rtlnrtcd with
nbout 6,000 hooka which haw now Increased
to about 10,000. Ilcpldea tho people of Vcr
Kcnncs tho library Is patronized by citi
zens In tho towns of Addison,
Kerrlnburg, Monltton, Now Haven,
T'.intoti, Wnlthnni and Wcybrlclgo.
.Tcramy Albert Coulter, son of Mrs.
Harriet Coulter of Hasln Harbor, who
enlisted In tho U. H. navy last April,
Is now at tho Charlestown navy ynrd.
Mrs. John Gnrno has returned from a
visit to her daughters, tho Misses Mary
and Martha Oarno of Ihtrllrigton.
Charles Waltors of Worcester, Mass., la
'visiting his mothor, Mrs. Mary Walters.
I Miss Hosslo Nutall of West Addison
Is upending a few days with Mrs.
Gcorgo II. tloatwlck. Itoblnson Free
library of Kcrrlsburg has received a
l gift of 46 boohs from Mrs. Ilnchel Uob-
ilnson Klmer of New York city. Thin
library Is now supplying four schools
I with books. Miss Emma Fuller, coun-
ty homo demonstrator, would like to
! meet tho ladles of Ferrlsburg at tho
town hall 1-ylday afternoon nt 2:30,
' Miss Fuller will bo at North Fcrrls
burg In tho evening. Mrs. II. II. Field
OI SI. AIDHllH in viniiiiiK iicr iiiumur,
i Mrs, Itobort Sattcrly of Forrlsburg.
The Missionary society of the Forrls
burg Congregational Church has ap
propriated $."0 with which to purchase
shingles to cover tho sheds belonging
to tho church, and tho private owners,
whoso sheds need shingling aro Joining
In tho repair scheme. A working boo
ON ACCOUNT Of 1I.L, HEALTH 1 will sell will soon bo held and tho ladles will
farm, stock, tools, milk route mid cropi. bervc a dinner. Tho opening number
or farm or routo neparntely: terms eay 0f the citizens' entertainment course
Write or -phono, lice. II. '"iTiu', vv.lt! 'will take tho place of tho moving plc-
L Bltrre' ' ! Hires at 'the opera house Friday ove-
VO-PLAT HOUSB for sale, throo rooms I nlng, County Agent Iiartlott will bo
Farr, 88
dressing:. The drafted boys have been
supplied with comfort bags and
"housewives'' and as far as possible
will be given the knitted articles. The
total of donations, war fund, and
membership fees reaehod 1,000, tho
most of which was given from this
headquarters. At. the annual meeting
family lot In Evergreen cemetery in town.
Jlr. Jbano was born In Cornwall "
18(54, a son of tho lato Henry niid Mary
A. I'cck Lano. Ho was In business In Chi
cnrni several venrs. but returned In town
. . . . . .l .1, n jilt).
mi -.. i- . . . I In 1HK7 ntirl nlinrflv nflpr nniorcu u'"
and war fund was forwarded to l''oy f 1'cerlng Harvester f ompanj .
luarters. At. the annual meeting!111 im B represented tho town m ino
l .... ... nnnnrnl Au.Alnh I. U nrrt I UI '-
was elected! Mrs. William
treasurer; Mrs. Fred 13. Tuppcr
nreRldent! Mrs. Fred It. Hootli.
taryj Mrs. Frank Kecso, treasurer: 1 located In Ottawa.
Mrs. Howland Iloblnson, chairman of
.membership; Miss Helen Collins, chair
man of supplies; tho Hov. .1, Hall
Long, Rowland Iloblnson nnd Klmer P.
Blrkett for finance committee. Com
mittees to co-opcrato with tho various
........ n. r... ti. ht Mlddlo-. nnniin. nf Pln(( ntroet. for a few days. I
bury officiating. Iniermcnt was In nojjr, Ilenno has resigned his position as
a superintendent in tno coiiou mm nnu
with his wife will, in a fow days, movo
to Troy to live with his daughter.
ImtTHtiKJilKPHn wanted, widow or middle.
aa-ed woman. Henry Kwoet, n. r. 1). l. '
Btarkiboro, Vt. IS.w.Ot.
A COOK wanted at the Home for Desll
ture Children. References required.
and toilet each floor; laruo lot, double 1 1 tl0 town jmu j Ferrlsburg Friday
shed and hen house; prlco low wm , , , , . . mldrcsn
88 Vrth "union Su 3M..V.tf. on "Fertilizers." Miss Kmma Fuller.
county agent demonstrator, win he
proscnt and give a talk on "Homo Economics."
BTANDINO TIMBER for nalo in I-ranklln,
Addison and Windham counties.
Farr, 8S North Union St. sn...d,w,tf.
males $4 each,
bury, Vt.
BHBt'HKnn rt'PPiBS.
II. II. llobblns. Mlddlo-ld.w.lt.
PIGS AND SHOATS for aalo at A. fykes ,
lllneaburg. Call or write A. !'
with electric llnhts and toilet, cnnlcn
and ahed, to rent nt 13 Converse square,
Just oft North Ave.; only 7.on per month.
Inquire at 83 North Union Ht. IMO.d.w.tf.
Burlington Veterltmry ITonpltal
7S Pine St.. Burlington, Vt
Veterinary Surgeon and Physician.
Graduate Grand Rapids Veterinary
College. 1909. Latest equipment for
all animal surgery. Including equine
and canine operating tables. 'Phona
Practical Plumbera and Steam Flttera
Kext North Burlington Savings llnnk
DO St. Paul Street
For Sale or Ex
A modern and up-to-date hotel, on State
road from Burlington to White Moun
tains, doing a good commercial and
tourist trade the 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 livo South. Enquire
a. a, day ncAii estate: agency.
Cambridge. Vt.
(Continued from page ana.)
tho Congregational Church at Ferrlsburg
will serve a chicken-pie supper Wednesday
evening, October 31. Mrs,. Ida L. Dolln of
Burlington Is visiting Miss Laura Taggnrt
and later will visit in Addison. Casper
L. Leach of Pawlet is visiting friends
here. Mrs. Frank T. Larrow and daugh
ter. Mrs. Agnes Shortsleevcs, have gone
to Chicopee Falls, Mass., to spend the win
ter with Mrs. Larrow's sister, Mrs. Lobon.
A sociable will bo held in the vestry o
the Ferrlsburg Congregational Church
Friday evening.
Walter Yattaw shot a largo hon
ttawk that measured Gl-2 feet from
tip to tip. Miss Julia Carter, who has
been spending the summer with her
mother, Mrs, Joseph Carter, has gone to
Barre to teach in the high school,
Alderman Levi II. Brown has returned
from a business trip to Malonc, .V. T.
Miss May Mllo has gone to Springfield
Mass., for a few weeks. Mrs. Alice Pres
ton ha returned from u tluee. weeks'
Visit to relatl.'es and friends In Boston
and North Adams, Mass., Now Yorl;
city and towns In New Jersey. Miss Iloso
Donaway of Richmond is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Donaway.
Miss Lena Oneal, who Iuih been spending
her vacation In North Adams, Mass., lias
fiturned and resumed her duties at the
Blxby Memorial Free library. George II.
Lcbcau. who has been employed In tho
Koyes garago, Futland, has returned here
to assume the management of tho restau
rant of his brother, Fred W. Lebeuu,
who has been drafted Into the U, 8. serv
ice. Paul E. Yattaw has been taking a
week's vacation and Hollls Hennlt has
been taking his place as drlvor for the
American Express company. Daniel
Shaunnessy, who, with his wife, has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Jarvls,
has returned to Newark, N. J. Mrs.
Bhaunnessy will remain some time longer.
R. L. Kent of Rochester, N. Y is vlslt
lm his father. Rollln J. Kent. John
Miss Florence Smalley, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Arthur Smalloy, who was oper
ated upon nt licr homo hero for gall
stonos Friday, died Monday night at
nlno o'clock. The funeral will bo held
at tho Methodist Episcopal Church
Thursday afternoon nt two o'clock. The
Rev. G. A. Parker, tho pastor, will offi
ciate. Miss Smalley was about 20 years
of ago and held the esteem of a large
clrolo of friends. She was a member
of tho Methodist Church, taking an active
part In church work. She had been a
member of tho choir and was teacher
of tho primary class at tho time of her
death. Sho is survived by her parents
and two younger sisters, Mildred and
Gertrude. Mrs. Chester Bingham was
taken to Burlington Tuesday to have
her eyes treated. Mr. and Mrs. I. W.
Pullman go to New Haven this week
to spend the winter with their daughter,
Mrs. B. 11. Ring. Don I. Wilson has
gone to Springfield. Vt where he hns
a position in the Staples drug store.
Mlss Alice King of Cnstlcton State nor
mal school was at home over Sunday.-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Gove visited
relatives In Cornwall Sunday. W W,
Durfeo left Wednesday for Aycr, Mass.,
and Putnam, Conn., to be gone one week.
A few lady friends of Mrs. .1. C. Nor
ton gave her a surprise party Wednes
day at her homo. Miss Frances Palmer
has been engaged by J. W. Trudo as
cnshler and bookkeeper, to succeed Miss
Lois Jenney. Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Wilson
went to New York Thursday morning to
visit their daughter, Mrs. E. E. Dletz.
Tho pupils of tho eighth grado
gave Vera Bristol a farewell party
at the homo of Steria Klngsley Tuesday
evening Oct. 9. Miss Bristol left Thurs
day for her new home in Detroit, Mich.
Miss Clara Robinson of Montpcller spent
tho week-end at tho homo of Mr. nnd
Sirs. E. A. Hassoltlne. Mrs. Bralncrd
Lane of Mlddlcbury Is tho guest of Mr.
and Mrs. E. 1'. Roscoe. Mr. and Mrs.
J. O. Baxendalo of Burlington were in
town Monday. Miss Frances Palmer
has entered J. W. Trudo's grocery storo
as cashier and bookkeeper. James
C'ardell and Miss Marlon Mulllngs of
Mlddlcbury College were nt home over
Sunday. Tho Sunshine Band of tho Bap
tist Church met Saturday afternoon with
Miss Gertrude I'armolee. The band has
been re-organized into Junior Treasure
Seekers with Miss Tarmeleo as leader.
After tho business meeting a social time
was spent and light refreshments served.
Mrs. A. C. Sumner Is visiting A. W.
Stevens and family in Cornwall. Mr. and
Mrs. James Dillon and Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Whlttemore and child of Burlington
spent Sunday with relatives In town,
R. D. Rider and sister, Miss Lucy Rider,
of Brooklyn, X. Y., were In town Friday
to assist hi celebrating the 70th birthday
anniversary of their father, W.I. Rider.
chairmen have been appointed. Tho
society has many knitters nt work on
tho wool articles. Tho weekly meeting
will be held nt Mrs. Adams' work
room Thursday and a large attendance
Is hoped for that plans may bo mado
for the winter months.
The first entertainment of tho scries for
the benefit of tho Red Cross society was
given by the White Entertainment
BureAtt of Boston, nt the town hall, Wed
nesday evening. The cottnge meeting was
held at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Chase
Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
P. Hollnnd nnd son, who have been spend
ing a few days with Mrs. F. L. Hamilton,
hnve returned to their homo In Brockton,
Mass. The annual meeting of the Polly
Anna club was held with Miss Ruth
Hamilton Saturday. An Interesting pro
gram was given and light refreshments
served. Mrs. Walter Whitney entortained
tho young people Saturday evening and
considerable Red Cross work was done.
The farmers' meeting will bo held at the
town halt Thursday evening. The county
ngont and the home demonstration agent
will bo prosent. The Red Cross meeting
will be held at the home of Mrs. F. A.
Atwood Thursday nfternoon. Miss Mil
dred Whitney, who is teaching In Benson,
spent the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Whitney. Mrs. Julia
I'rout Waterhouse, who has been very
ill, Is somewhat Improved. Mr. and Mrs.
Orln Nelson and F. B. Nelson nnd fam
ily attended the Wright-Reynolds wed
ding In Shorcham Friday.
commuieo - . ..
R Nichols i exception of throo years In SI. John,
upper vice' 110 hnn hccn gc"el manager of the Intor
ooth. secro-' national Harvester company of f-ann'
located in uttnwn. no wan h"""
sunny In temperament, generous in his
nature, and had n host of friends who
will deeply mourn their loss. Of his Imme
diate family ho leaves a wife and two
sons, Donald and Elliott, nnd ono brother.
C. H. Lane of this town! ono nephew nnd
three nieces.
Tho chairman of tho four commit
tees of the local Red Cross branch havo
been chosen as follows; Finance commit
tee, Mrs. Annetto Sargent; membership
committee, Mrs. Mnry Davis; civil relief
committee, G. A. Thnycr. The Indies meet
for sowing every Tuesday afternoon at the
library. A report of thu great patriotic
rally and Vermont war conference was
given Thursday evening in tho town hnll
by Colonel Minims of Burlington and
Ralph Denlo of Bristol. A committee of
five, T. K. Burnhnm, Charles Purlngton,
Luther Rhodes, Arthur Briggs and Wil
liam York, were chosen to assist In tho
successful placing of the second Liberty
Loan. A largo delegation from Bristol was
present ut tho meeting. Edward Blnnch-
urd of Massachusetts is visiting his sis
tor, Mrs. Walter Atkins. Mrs. Edward
Hannon of Stnrksboro visited nt C. 1'
Murray's Sunday. Chnrlcs Wright of
Pike, N. II., Is visiting his grandmother,
Mrs. L. II. Page. Harold Draggon nnd sis
tor, Ethel, of Worcester, Mass., aro visit
ing their brother, George Draggon. Wat
tor Buttcrfleld and wifo of New Haven
spent the week-end In town. District
Deputy A. T. Clark of Addison visited
Prospect Grange Saturday evening. B. J,
At the annual meeting of this chapter
of the Red Cross a social committee was
named, who have chosen the following
ladles to take charge of each month's en
tertainment: October, Mrs. R. B. Sim
mons; November, Mrs. S. R. Witherell;
December, Mrs. H. C. Ward; January,
Mrs. M. M. Sullivan; February, Mrs. F.
E. Piatt; March, Mrs. F. R. Guyette;
April, Clover club; May, Mrs R, H. Preble;
June, Mrs. John E. Wright; July. Mrs.
Kathorine Rourk; August, Miss Mable
Delano; September, Mrs. S. Z. Walker.
Dr. and Mrs. Howard wero in Bnrre last
week to attend the Stato medical meet
ing. Mrs. Walter Smith, who has been
with her mother, Mrs. Anderson, returned
to her home In Washington, D. C, last
week. Tho dates for the church fair
under auspices of the Ladies' Benevolent
society are December 4 and 6. The draw
Ing of scats for the entertainment courso
will be done Saturday In the Red Cross
room. The Missionary society met with
Mrs. J. E. Moore Tuosday afternoon, IS
ladies being present.
C. D. Wright went homo last AVednes
day by the way of New York city, where
the will of his brother was entered for
probate. C. D. Wells accompanied him as
far as New York city. Ashley Monger
and family of Peacham have been at his
fathers, Alonso Monger's. The funeral
of Frank C. Stedman, who died Monday,
was held at the Congregational Church
on Thursday at 2:00 p. m., the Rev. Mr.
Newell of Mlddlebury officiated. He was
a member of John A. Logan Post, which
was in attendance in a body. He was a
member of the old 5th Vermont. He was
76 years old. J. C. Gillie has returned from
Raquette Lake, N. Y, J. E. Conway and
sister, Mrs. .1. Quinn, were called to Proc
tor last week, his brother being Injured.
Mrs. M. E. Johnson of Alburgh has been
a guest of Mrs. S. C. Bull. Mrs. C. E.
Walker of Castleton came up last week
and packed their things to move to Castle
ton. Miss E. A. Fuller will be nt the Red
Cross rooms on the 18th nt 3:00 p. m. N.
D. Branch went to Pawlet Monday for the
week to holp out while his grandson,
Wilson H. Clark, was at the Stock show
at Springfield, Mass. Miss Alice Jennings
is assisting in the bank. Miss Ellen Allen
returned to Koene, N. II., last week.
Mrs. P. T. Wilcox of Mechantcsvllie, N.
Y., has been with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Klmberly. Dr. L. B. Rowe
has accepted a commission as first lieu
tenant In the medical section of the of
ficers' reserve corps. The missionary
meeting last Wednesday at Mrs. T. E.
Llllies' was well attended, ST prcsont. Tho
next meeting of the Fortnightly club will
bo held with Mrs. A. A. Monger on Tues
day tho ICth. The siloes in town will hold
more corn; they run about 1-2 full. Po
tatoes are not a big crop and apples are
not plenty. L. D. Ware, when the fac
tory closes will go to Waitsfleld for the
winter to run a factory. .Mr. nnu Mrs.
C. J. Blair were In Poultney the first of
the week.
Tho Friends' quarterly meeting, Satur
day and Sunday, was well nttended. Tho
addresses by William J. Reagan, principal
of Oakwood Seminary were greatly en
joyed. Those present from out of town
wero: Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Williams, and
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Dcnn, Ferrlsburg;
Joseph Gulndon, Lincoln; Mrs. Clcora
Young. Bristol; Oeorgo Haznrd nnd daugh
ter, Evolyn, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry
Vanvllet nnd llltlo son of Charlotte; Dr.
Blrdsall, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young, Mr,
and Mrs. George Vnrney and Mrs. Cullcn
Shattuck of Stnrksboro.-Mrs. Eugono
Cox returned Thursday from a two
weeks' visit In Rutland.-Mrs. Eliza
Brown and Mrs. Rebecca Tracy aro
visiting In Brandon.-W. J. Reagan
returned Monday to his homo In
Union Springs. N. Y.-Mrs. John Roscoo
nnd thrco children loft last week for Man
chester, Io,wa, for a visit to her parents,
Sir. nnd Mrs. Hctllgcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Cross spent a
few days In Bristol last week visiting
relatives. "Rally Day" was observed
Sunday by tho Sunday school, tho chil
dren taking part In the sorvlces. Mar
garet Carpenter has gone to Burlington
and entered the University of Vermont.
The Hon. O. L. Martin of Plalnfleld will
visit Grand View Grange Friday evonlng.
He Is lecturer of the Vermont Stato
Grange. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Clark,
Mrs. C. H. Marshall, Mrs. M. A. Smith
nnd John Carpenter nttended tho Pomona
Grange nt New Haven Wednesday. A
chlcken-plo supper wns given at the
church Wednesday evening.
C. J. Barbour and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G.
Sunderland have returned from Wall
Ingford. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamil
ton aro visiting In town. Charles B.
Wheeler's funeral was held from the
Congregational Church Sunday after
noon. There was a profusion of beau
tiful flowers. Mrs. Gcrtrudo nnd Mar
tlet Wheeler have returned from West
field, Mass. Willis C. Palmer is visit
ing In town from Mlddlcbury. Miss
Flora Booth of North Ferrlsburg re
cently visited Miss Elizabeth Hamilton.
V. G. Rice spent sovcrnl days at Vor
gennes nnd Burlington, visiting his
friend, Philip J. DeMell. F. C. Crane
has moved to Mlddlebury. Philip J.
DeMell of Vergonnes Is visiting Datus
G. Rice. Miss Louise Converse attend
ed the funeral of Charles B. Wheeler
last Sunday, returning to Burlington
fSnndav nvenlnir. Stanley Converso Is
attending the University of Vormont,
Tlar. rural delivery carrier on routo No. . Gove left Sunday evening for Springfield
I is 111 with pleurisy, nnd George H. where ho has employment. Mr. and Mrs.
Bostwlck, Jr., is substituting for him. Mclvln Haslow spent Sunday with friends
The condition of Harry Hayes, who
has been 111, Is Improving. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Edward H. Davis havo returned from
In Now Haven, Clarence Atwood of Camp
Devens, Aycr, Mass,, spent tho week-end
at tho homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs
an automoDiio trip io jjriuiiaiiuru, nui Lnarics Atwood. air. arm airs, ciugono
Mr. Davis purchased some thoroughbred , Tucker, Jessica Stowo and Mrs. Orllnda
llolsteln cattle for breeding purposes I Hamilton visited in Salisbury Sunday.
Mir. Harold Mooro lias gone to Fort i pHvato Walter Walker of Fort Ethan
Kdward N. Y where sho will make her AuCI1 W1IH m) over-Sunday visitor Ht tho
home with relatives. ' homo of otto llutterflold. A, C. Murray
The celebration of tho fifth anniversary tl w.urcn has been visiting his brother,
of the founding of tho inxny memorial (. Ki .Murray. Mrs. Walter King and
Free llbraryheld lnstevonlng Intho library .granddaughter and Mrs. Fred Luco of
building under tho auspices of tho trustees punoid called on friends In town tho
was largely nttended. Tho guests wero in-1 rHt ot tl)0 weekiMr. nnd Mrs. Oscar
formally greetoa ny mo irusices n . .v r,,rl, f n,ln,0ip,, Hro visit Mrs,
Utaff of ladies, ino program . Cobom's mother, Mrs. A. E. Cushman
on address oy .iuubo ' ,,, otllor frell(ia i town.-MIss Marlon
"The Alms and Results of the I-lvo loars , ,,...,. nf ..,. Rnn, .,..,, u,.h
and other friends in i
Alms and Results of the Flvo Years' , rw ot Hr Is ol spi,
of the Llbrnry": reading by Mrs. ' , 1
The N. H. club met with Mrs. G. A. Hunt
Thursday afternoon. There wero 13 mem
bers present nnd four visitors, Miss Eva
Merrill and Mrs. George Everts, those
from out of town were Mrs. R. H. Booth
ot Vergennes and Miss Alice Smith of
Brldport. The literary program was on the
armies in all countries. The ladles sewed
for tho Red Cross. Light refreshments
wero served. C. W. Ward went duck
hunting nt the lako Monday. Mr. and
Mrs. Seth Bull ot Brldport visited at
Howard Hallock's Sunday. Mrs. G. A.
Hunt and Miss Maud Hunt were in Bur
llngton Saturday.
Mrs. Percival Clook and daughter from
Crystal, N. II., are visiting her mother,
Mrs. Dana Marsh. A daughter was born
to Mr. and Mrs. William Comes ono day
last week Miss Ethel Curtis and her
brother, Floyd, visited their sister, Mrs.
Henry Wlnot, In Rochester last week.
John Butler has moved his goods to
Bethel Lympus, where his brother has
bought him a small place. Clara Taylor
visited In Rochester Hollow last wcok.
Mrs. L. J, Sponcer had her eyes operated
on at Rochester laBt week. They aro doing
as well nn could bo expected. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Church nnd llttlo daughter
from Bennington, N, H have been visit
ing J. H. Church and Mr, and Mrs. Charles
Blair and calling on other friends In town.
Leonard Marsh waB at homo from Wind
sor for a few days last week.
Hardwlck Is making preparations for
a big Liberty Loan and Food Conserva
tion rally, conducted by the Boy bcouis
and tho Food Conservation committee
Tho rally will be hold in the Knights
of Columbus hall in the Pierce block
on Main strcot Friday ovonlng, Octo
ber 19. Following is a part of tho pro.
gram: Music; McLcod's orchestra; "As
somblv." Scout Bugler, Mllllam Robb
flag salute and pledge; Invocation, tho
Rev. C. D. Haselton; tho Scout (jam;
meetinc called to order by Scout Mas
ter. The assistant Scout Master win
read President Wilson's and Secretary
M4Hnn' lottors. after which, as a
mnmher of tho committee, Rev. William
Garner will give a five or lu-minuio taiK
on the outline of work ot tho food cam
paign; presentation of tho war meuais
to local Scouts who won them in selling
T.lhortv Bonds on the first issue, uy
.Indira W. II. Tavlor. Mrs. Eugene O'Mal-
iv la vlaltinc her dauithtcr. Mrs. . J..
Forrest, at Worcester, aiass. mm j
Cummlngs was at home from uosion,
Mass.. Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. i-ranis
Emerson of Barton wero In town part
of last week. Miss Helen O'Malley was
at home from Fltzdalo Saturday and Sun
day. Dr. B. D. George returned irom
Boston Monday night, where he has been
vlsltlne his dauchtcr. Miss Ruth George.
J. B. HowieBon returned from Boston
Monday nlght.-MIss Mary Constantino
has been home from Windsor for a fow
days. Ransom Wllley has gone to Mich
igan for tho winter.
Frederick Stanley ot Worcester, Mass.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Stanley of
this piaco, has enlisted In tho motor
truck corps and Is nt Aycr, Mass.
A son wns born Tuesday morning to
Mr. and Mrs. Alger of Orovo street.
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Parsons of Chi
cago aro visiting their parents, Mrs.
Bollo Parsons ot tills place, and Mr,
nnd Mrs. C. H. Atherlon.
E. A. Martin ban been appointed
truant ofllcer.
Tho corn chowder supper nnd sociable
given by tho third nnd fourth years,
Friday evening brought In receipts of
$10.80. Miss Myrel Hanley from Enosburg
Falls was at homo over Sunday. Fannie
nnd I.esllo Abalr woro at homo over Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. James Hanley wero In
Underhlll last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil
liam Preston nnd children, Ted and
Frieda, and Mrs. Pearl Soars were guests
ot Mrs. .1. B. Dartt last Thursday. Mrs.
Harlow Thompson of North Royalton was
n visitor at tho homo of Mrs. Fackott
Sunday. Master Mark Flynn has been 111.
Miss Claire E. Abbey spent tho week
end In St. Albans. Tho many friends of
lir. nnd Mrs. R. J. Wool gave them n
surprlso party, Monday ovonlng, ns It
wns their tenth wadding nnnlvcrsary.
Refreshments woro served. Mlsa Mar
garet Brown, who has been 111, Is Im
proving. Mrs. Eddy and daughter Evelyn,
Mrs. Butlor and Mr. Smith of Montreal,
havo been visiting at Mrs. Ida Mctcalf's.
Earl Shores Is very 111. Buxton Grceno
has gono to Pnlmor, Mass., whoro he has
a position.
In spite of the rain about 100 sat down
nt the banquet given by tho Ladles' Aid in
honor of Slarsh Byington, who leaves soon
to Join tho aviation corp3. The tables and
room wero prettily decorated. Tho Rev.
F. N. Ilemlnway acted as toastmaster
and tho following responded to these
toasts: The Rev. F. Hagadorn of North
Ferrlsburg, "Mixed Pickles"; Mrs. J. P.
Ramsoy, president ot tho Red Cross, "On
tho Vlctsltudes of Sowing Shirts for Sol
diers"; Major William Melroso of Hart
ford, Conn., "The Army and Navy"; and
Marsh Byington, who thanked tho com
pany nnd spoke on his aviation examina
tion. Over 31 was realized for tho Ladles'
Aid. John Lewis and Solon Lowls have
gono to Springfield, Mass., to attend tho
agricultural exhibition, Noah Frlnk and
Miss Anna Byington were elected dele
gates by tho Sunday school to attend the
Stato convention at Mlddlebury, with
power to elect their own substitutes.
Lesley Wnlto ot Woodstock and tho Misses
Marlon nnd Botty Hamilton of Vhlto
River Junction woro guests for tho week
end of Miss Dorothy Hamilton nt Mrs. J.
P. Ramsey's. Mrs. Nelson Myers was
thrown from a wagon last week and buf
fered a sprained wrist. There will bo a
school fair at tho Congregational vestry
Friday afternoon. The products of tho
children's gardens on manual training work
will bo on exhibition. Exhibits must be in
place by 2:00 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bacon are receiv
ing favorable reports from tho Fanny
Allen hospital concerning the condition
of their daughter, Miss Florence, who
was taken there a week ago for surgical
treatment. Cardell Carl, tho 12-ycar-old
on ot Mr. and Mrs. John Carl, is 111
with pneumonia. Tho Ladles Mission Cir
cle of tho Baptist Church mot at
the residence of Mrs. Carnelia Claxton
Wednesday afternoon. William E. Har
ris left home Saturday for Shushan, N. Y.,
where ho was called by the serious condi
tion of his wife, who is still with her sis
ter, Mrs. King, in Shushan. Mr. and Mrs.
Alan Carpenter of Morloy, Southern Colo
rado, who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Carponter havo gono to Ferrls
burg Center to visit tho former's grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carpenter,
who resldo there. Mr. nud Mrs. A. R.
White of Burlington visited friends In
Charlotte October 10. Miss Zana Sterling
attended a meeting of the grnngo In Fer
rlsburg Friday evening. Dr. Arthur L.
Eno has accepted a position for ono year
as assistant professor of English in tho
University of Vermont. Miss Graco Far
rand of Burlington passed the week-end
In Charlotte, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
F. W. Carpenter.
A. S. Haven
dlebury furnished music during the ovo
nlng and special solo numbers wore ren
dered by tho members of tho orchestra,
The exercises wero closed with tho sing
Ins of patriotic songs by those present,
led by the memherH of Company D, 1st
Vermont volunteer militia, who attended
the celebration In a body under command
of Captain G. W. Htono, Light refresh
ments wero served by a number of young
ladles, the Misses Edith Mlddlebrook nnd
t)orla Sturtevant presiding at tho punch
bowl. The trustees of tho library are
C H. Strong. Cnpt. C. A. Parker, Judge
Frank L. Fish. J. A. Harrington nnd W.
R. Warner of Vergonnes and Dr, E. W,
thlpman of Richmond Hill. N. Y., a for
mer resident. Miss Edith J. Chamberlain
i .librarian and her assistants are the
Walter Grant nnd
father motored to Fnlr Haven Saturday! Tho Ladles' Homo Clrclo will meet
to meet Mrs. Grnnt, who, has boon visit-1 Thursday morning with Mrs. Andrew I.
Ing In Jitoekbrldge. Word wns received Hallock. Dinner will bo sorvcd.-Georgo
Tuesday morning of tho deatli of Miss
Florence Smnltoy of Bristol. Mr, and Mrs.
Smalley aro former residents of litis town
and tho death of their daughtor is a shock
to their many friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Adams of Humboldt, lown,
have been guests of Mr, and Mrs, D. S.
Day tho past few duyu.
Ferrlsburg branch of the Red Cross has
completed Its first annual report. The
branch was formed In April, 1917. Tho aur
clral dressing classes under Mrs.
Boutwelt's Instruction, completed 58 1
Vnrnoy and family. Mrs. Cullen Shnt
tuck, Mr. and Mrs. Young nnd Dr. Clar
ence Brldsall attended the friends' quar
terly meeting nt Monkton Ridge Sunday.
Fred Wright has moved his family to
the Rose Phillips tenemont.-David Fol
lansbeo stepped on a null Sunday nnd is
now confined with a very sore foot.
The funeral of Arthur T. Lane, who died
at his home In Ottawa, Can., Saturday
evening, October 13, after a brief Illness,
was hold at tho home of his brother, (
H, Lane at two o'clock Tuesday after-
Tho funeral of Henry Myers ot tho Cor
poration boarding house, who died Sunday
nleht. In his Gist vcar. was held Monday
afternoon. Burial was In tho Merrill ceme
Tho worn out planks on tho river bridgo
are being replaced by new ones.
Privates Max Foldsteln and DcMoro(
both of Battery A, 18th cavalry, Fort
Ethan Allen, wero searched in mo leai
room of Max Slegel's Jewelry storo on
Main street last evening niioui i.ju
Police Officer Charles Wardwoll In quest
of a ring said to bo stolen from a trny
in the store. According to Mr. Slegel's
Btory, tho two men entered tho storo, one
asking to seo somo silver rings. Mr.
Rlegcl put out flvo of them and told him
that tho prlro wns J2. Tho man then said
that hn cnnlil nnrchaso one at tho Post
exchange for 11.60. Tho other man In tho
moBntlmo asked to havo a siono put mm
a ring which he had and asked tho price.
This was given him nnd ho asked to seo
a stone. They wore loose and Mr. Slegel
could not show thorn, but said that ho
had somo set In rings nnd producod a tray,
nnlnttni? to nun containing a StollO ho
(loslrcd, While this man was looking tho
rings over tho other decided io mij a
silver ring for tho J2 and banded Mr.
Slegel a J10 bill. When Mr. Slegel returned,
ho noticed a ring missing from tho full
tray which tho other fellow was looking
nt. Ho rnlled the soldier's attention to
tho fact that a ring was missing una ino
soldier stated thnt lie did not havo It.
When ho started toward tho door to call
an officer tho soldier said that lie would
pay for It. Tho other soldier also agreed
to pay for it rather than to have trouble.
Mr. Slegel left" the store and wont Into
the street to get word to the pollco of
fleers, leaving tho men nt the counter.
A thorough search did n"t reveal the
ring. If they did not take the ring Mr.
Slegel wonders why they wished so
strongly to pay for It. However. Mr.
Slegel is minus a ring and Its disappear
ance Is still a mystery. The Impression
Is that the men disposed of It while ho
wns on the walk outside his store looking
for an officer. He could not accept money
for the ring ns ho could not state tho
value of tho missing ring. .
Mrs. Mnrtln Mndsen of Troy, N. i .. i
visiting her parents, Mr. unJ Mr5' 1
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sinclair fiom Es
sex Junction wero guests of Mrs. George
Goodrich recently. Tho King's Daughtors
Clrclo met with Mrs. F. C. Forbes Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Allen from Bur- i
llngton are guests of Mrs. Allen's broth- j
or, John Casey. Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon and I
daughter from Hlncsburg attended tho i
morning service hero last Sunday. Mrs.
Arthur Senna and two children from New i
Brunswick nro guests of Peter Senna. I
Arthur Senna's father. John Forbes and j
tho Rev. H. G. Banks were on tho moun
tains Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Cirrlo
Morrill Is in Burlington for a fow days.
Miss Nelllo lsham spent a fow days with
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tirns lsham,
last week, going to her work In Burling
ton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Senna,
who have boon in Worcester, Mass., visit
ing friends for a weok or two, havo re
turned to their homo hero. Tho Womon'ti
Union Homo and Foreign Missionary
society met with Mrs. A. L. Hlng
ham Wednesday afternoon. Tho Sunday
school will give a harvest supper In tho
Methodist Church votry Friday night.
Tho pastor will exchange pulpits next
Sunday morning with tho Ilinesburg paB
tor of tho Mothodlst Episcopal Church.
Mrs. Thomas Baxter and children, who
have been visiting Mrs. Baxter's parents, j
Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Goodrldge, returned
to her homo In New Jersey last Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Tllley loft Sun- 1
day night for Hartford. Conn., whero they I
will spend tho winter. Thero will bo nn
inspection of tho Woman's Relief Corps
Wednesday morning, October 17. The
Rev. nnd Mrs. A. II. Edlo nnd Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Russell startad Monday morn-1
Ing for New York State, Thoy will return
Friday. Mrs. John Lessor, has returned
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Lafloro nre tho
parents of a daughter. There was no
school Friday, tho toachors, tho Misses
Cassldy and Rogers, going to their re
spective homes. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Nor
ton nnd son, Lylo, nnd daughter, Bor
nlco, of Enosburg Falls, woro recent
guests nt Mr. Norton's father's, G. M,
Norton. Mrs. .Ionian Fuller returned to
Hartford, Conn., Fridny. Miss Daisy
Kenyon Is nt homo from Betliel for a
fow days. Olcnn Johnson enmo from
Northflcld Friday night for the weok-ond.
Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Harvey and dniiKh
tor, Dorothy, of Montpellerspcnt Sunday!
with Mr. and Mrs. Adln Hlno.-Mlss Doris'
v. right spent tho week-end with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Wright.
Miss Edith Blgolow Is visiting In Fnlrflold
this weok.-J, B. Thompson is at tho Mary
Fletcher hospital for treatment. C. W
Wright wns In town last week. Tho Rev.
O, I. Ramsey will open his ovengellstlo
campaign nt the Baptist Church this eve
nlng nt eight o'clock.. Op Friday evening
ho will spenk at the Grange meeting nt
(Continued on page three).
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12-quart gray enamel preserving kettles, worth 95c, special
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6 quart gray enamel pans, worth 49c, special 25c
4 quart gray enamel sauce pans, worth 49c, special 25c
7 quart' white enamel mixing bowls, worth $1.00, special, ,69c
5 quart gray enamel preserving kettles, worth 75c, special 49c
White enamel fruit jar fillers, worth 20c, special 15c
Aluminum bread pans, worth 50c, special 37c
Aluminum colanders, worth $1.25, special 95c
' Aluminum sauce pans, 1 1-2 qt. size, worth 35c, special . . 25c
Aluminum ladles, worth 22c, special 15C
Aluminum pie plates, worth 25c, special 18c
White cotton dry mops, 2 sizes, special 29c and 45c
Cereal and tea and coffee cans, decorated with wind mill and
boat scenes, worth 38c, special 25c
Spice jars to match, worth 20c, special 15C
Jelly tumblers or moulds with tin top 38c and 50c dozen
Amber-Lyte floor oil, 1 pt., cans 35c ; 1 qt. cans 65c ; 1-2 gallon
cans $1.25; 1 gallon cans $2.25.
51 piece dinner set, a service for 6 people, white and gold dec
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