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fVTHB BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920.
n few well chosen words thanked the. elvers. After the exercises nt the town hall a senior tlnnco wns held at tho Bran Inn Inn. The Brandon branch of the Rutland j Burns of Montpeller. Tho bride the best man was John Lynch of St. Al-! relatives', by his wife, who was Hmnia bans, Both are cousins of the groom. , Taylor. Tho funeral occurs Thursday Tho ushers were Frederick P. Dower, a afternoon, nromor-in-law of the bride, and llnlph County Farm Bureau will hold Its annual field day Tuesday at Mount Pleasant woods. A basket dinner nt one o'clock will be one of the, attractions. County Agent SI P. Downing will furnish Intcr fntlnpr speakers for tho men'R department. Miss Charlotte Plcrpont, Statb supervisor, will give it demonstration on household management for tho Indies at ten o'clock, assisted by the county demonstrator, Miss Harriet Ackloy, and tho children will bo entertained by Miss Morrlam McKonzle, the Junior supervisor. H is expected tho community leader of Rutland will be present and tho afternoon will be Riven over to .athletic sports conducted hy him. If thp weather should be Inelomont, the use of the High School building has been tendered the association. Everyone Is cordially Invited to attend and mako this a community event. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold Sovery of Milwaukee, Wis., are tho quests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Sovcry of Carver street MIsr, Gladys Bird has gowned In white georgette crepo with a nat io match and carried American Beauty roses, while her maid woro a pink georgette gown, with hat to match, and carried pink roses. During the serv ice, Miss Emmn lleney sang "Ave Maria" and "O Snlutnrlo," while Mrs. T. 15. Cnl Lilian presided at the plpn organ nnd played for a processional "Bridal Chor us," and as a recessional Mendelssohn's Wedding March. She also played softly mnny decorations the Sisters of Mercy and friends of tho bride. These Included roses and ferns, while little red lights added to- tho at tractive appearance. Following the cere mony they went to the bride's home where Mrs. Fountain served n brenkfast to rome 3." guests and then the newlyweds left for a trip which will Include Bos ton nnd Silver Lake. The bride Is n grnduato of St. Mlehnors convent In Montpo.ler and has been em ployed as stenographer In the Capital NORTHFIELD The commcnccmont of tho Northtlcld lllHh School wns lield Wednesday and Thursday. On Wednesday afternoon tho class day exercises wero held In tho assembly halt. Thoro wero 17 members of tho class. The Hev. F. M. DoForest of St, Mnry's Church hns Invited tho members of DoWltt Clinton Iodgo to attend services on June 27. The Invita tion has been uijmptod. Mrs. Philip cancer of the liver. She was taken to the sanitarium on tho Sunday preceding her death and there wns cared for by n private nurse. She had been confined to her bed for only a few weok prior to her becoming u hospital patient nnd ex pectations of hor early recovery wero entertained by friends until within a few days of I he end. The report of her death was the cause of a deep and community wide sorrow, for hers hnd been n llfo of vital worth to tho town nnd commun ity welfare and particularly In tho relig ious activities of the entire town. She was born .luno 18, lR.'G, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlott O. Howe, for during tho ceremony, lnslrio tho cbnncel Pi1'1"1 1011 "conesnny ior- jvn.ns.ia )o n ,romnont fntnllv In Slmmi, n,i l i l . ... I I'IfV. AT n . tlllincn i,bn It t n nrtVrtftll I . . . " . weeks with fricndH. Mrs. Sherman for- ,,. SH Me,ie,i .. .?..'." t.. i ... ...... iiiiimii; hi' mn H n.rr.y i.vc.i in ivansas i;uy. ncr sons ; nf shnron Smltll Strafford and completed W III renin n In NnrtliHe d with hnr innlher. t .. ... . . ... . .. .. ""npieieo, ,,. V V . ncr scnnni nays in nunn.i 1 Un on Acnd- Mrs. FlshoT.-Fr.ink Blake of Hartford, , c Merldon, X. II. Folio vlnK her Conn., a former resident of Nnrthricld, Ration, sho tnURh "vZ In has hppn nnerul tin- til., lnut n-nnL' In Inwn . .. . H "V.IIUU1 ill accepted a position as stenographer with , Gnrnpo. and Iloutwell Milne and Vnrnum the Fairbanks Scale company In St. Johnsbury - Mrs. ,T, S. Eastwood and mrifher, Mrs. Strom, have returned from Bra'ttleboro, where they have been Visit ing for a few days. A meadow lot of about six acrrvs w.lilch Is a part of the IS nrrof! of land on Prospect which W. II. Tarhle recently sold for Miss Julia Juck f m to .lames 11. Wheldon will be con verted Into a first class ball ground nnd athltllc Held for the use of the school and townspeople. There will be a game of baseball Saturday afternoon on the Fnrestdslc Athletic Field between the has been spending the last week In town. Miss Hula Aldrlrh, who recently grad uated from Montpeller Seminary, ha re turned to Northflold and Is nt the home of her mother, Mrs. C. 13. Aldrlch. Sharon, Strafford and West Ifnrtfonl. completing bur school teaching career In 1RS0, when she became the wife- of Mr. Noycs, who Is tho present Vermont State supervisor nf highways for Windsor county, nnd who for 20 years has served as a selectman of Shnron. Tho de ceased was for years treasurer of tho WATERBURY The marriage of Adelard Ennrd nnd Miss Alice Savnrd was' solemnized at St, I Congregational Church society and of the Andrew's Church Frl(fay''niornlng by the ! Parties' Aid. For years sho had laucbt t,,... lnl.AH M..n.l . nil..1. ... ... . ..... . . . , . . 1,111 ..uy. ii.MCH i'vyuji i iicy niu iu uvu in n gins ami ooys class In Its Sunday tho Center. Catds announcing the mar-, school nnd because nf her nnfnltnHm- xti . . ...... " she was esteemed hy all, and nlnnfthn brl',''H I'a,cn,f'' ,r', 1111,1 M. Ueorgo' L. I ndmlred for her genial friendship nnd lumber o? ! l"' , "' ' -"""J 10 ! hrlplnR hand. Tho funeral was held from a nn unclo i )mye, ''.Cn, !TclVC' V ,.Mr,i r"rnr I8.,'1 ' thp rnwrcvulomti Church nt two o'clock Forestdale and Orwell teams, Miss ,"f St. Albans, Miss Julia Dower of nurllng- Myrtle Fay has taken a position ns nttendant nt tho State School for Fef ble-Mlnded. very pretty wedding took place Wed nesday afternoon nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs Adam AVerkln? In Albany, N. Y.. when their daughter. Bessie, became the brldn of Carroll W. Slsco, son of Mr. and Mis. W. If, Stseo of this town. Tho o. re-onv was performed by the Pev. J y) 01'CPS'ff !" hart lived In Uoxbury. Ho Henry Keller, pastor of the Hvnngellcal I -"'i""J- i"r inosi m me nine in Lutheran Church. The bride was gowned . far",lni:: "0 "'ns Pmlnent In church In white orepe de chine trimmed with hut I ,H or, , """ever he lived, lie Is survived company's ofllces. Th gronm. Is also ,a graduate nf tho same srhnol nnd .tOnco that time has been employed In the Capi tal Hnrdwnre company excepting tho time t. . , ... . , - . , , . Hill V.l'llll.l( V..II1I ne wns in me lrl( war. Having serven .i .. i ,n... ... ' .. "w as sergeant-maJor In the 312th Ammtinl. lK",ul v M. . ' . Vi! .... . . "C'vity mall mat pertained to tbe town's Hnn Trln mA,u i,.. , ii . i "erjiice uiineuc L,ano in ino noinc ni mo , welfare friends among the younger poop city. They received a large nil niriu nnt,.,ll,.n 9r i. e .. i. ..i, tmirnci'lt liuill llll U11C1C I r,l, r (h ..l,..illn,.nl nnnr.. of lh , . ' .. . 1 ....v... ...... ... ,-,uniiny nuernoon with services bv tho local high school nnd since finishing school pastor, the ltev. Hugh Penney 'pre has been In Springfield most of the time. ! sumnb,y ,t . lho largely attended After a time snt In Sprlnglleld and tunernl ln Hhnro f(l)r J,ynt' vicinity tho young couple will come to Thc nnMc:ll elections were bv a nuarl Wnterbury. The groom being the son of wlth M w H He-th i or Mr. nnd Mrs Vornnn Turner.-Wlllla.n Kalst T()p norM Mh JZJy Z Coffrln of South Duxburj- hnn twin steer ,h0 , , , , the Vennnn Star and Brig,,,. Mr. Coftr.n pkins ,. - Wr from oeer hC"r rr'wb Present in nephew. O. Clifton McCormlck, is a mem-1 J ' ho fnml y lot In Pino ber of the graduating class of Holy Cross . I' Ve? Mr Pennpv ''''f1 !""'VlC0 by College. Mr. McCormlck has Linked high ! t'1" . "' r; 'r"11", Th ''''" erc 1. his work and has been prominent In 1 1.) m ""lizard Patten, Fred O. Kllimrrc ntiil I it 1. I t'l i COUPONS OF THE LIBERTIES the Story-teller A NOVKr, ALAltM CLOCK A Tnnkeo nnd a Scotchman wero walk- Uri,,,-,, 4Un lllilii CJllnts nf Pnnpr lnK ln tho "Rllnn'19. nnd, coming to a Where the L.mie sups 01 i aper , ,nco fnmous for Us cch0( tno Scol Knvoa loud call, wnen tno ceno returned clearly Find Final Rest ARMY MULE CITED IWldence Tlint .llnny Holders Do Not Appreclntp the Vnlnr of Tlielr I'ropcrty -rion't Sell, lint liny More after nearly four minutes, bo turned to his companion nnd said proudly; "There, roan, With A, H, I. AVerp .1(5,(100 Tlmt Mnlo tnlnetl Their llepiitntlnns (From tho New Orleans Tlmcs-Plcaynne) Almost everybody nnd everything that contributed to tho winning of the war hns received Homo sort of public recog nition from tho War Department Kvcn (By Frederic J. Ilaskln) Washington, P. C, Juno 10. Tho average bolder of a Liberty Bond or a Vlctnrv Bond know very llttlo of what yo canna show anything like, that In ynur,tn ,,atlcnt long-suffering, hard-working country. .... and oft ridiculed army mule has nt last .'Oh. I don't know," returned the Van- )lcon ,,, CMComum by tho quartcrmas kce. "I guest wo can do better than that. ' Vny, 111 my ini' "I' m imuiMun yiiuii I go to bed I jusi loan out or tno window nnd sing out: 'Wnko upl Time to get upl and eight hours afterwards tho ocho comes back and wakes me." Boston Transcript. According to nn ofilclnl publication Is- ', ' sued to-day thera were more than 15,0 army mul engaged with tho army overseas, nnd more than 100,000 with tha troops In tho United States, and while, there was much hue-hawing, kicking, balking, bltlnc and other mulish tricks ) ns might bo expected, tho army mu t the corner grocery It travels to a tall building- here In which sits William S. Hlllott, register of the groom, gold, sliver, cut glass nnd many other nrtlcles nnd considerable money. Among the guests from out of town. were. Mr. and Mrs. James Lynch ton and Mrs. Helen Baxter of Haverhill, Mass. Martin V. Cross, who wns for many years a resident of Hoxhury, dbvl Sunday afternoon In Berlin, where he had lived for live years. She was a native of Rox bury, born August 23, 1M0, a son of Mr. and .Mrs. Andrew Cross and aside from the time that he resided In Berlin and CMEBItl.N'a BUT MISLEADING A certain theatrical troupe, after a i iv,i un lo n,iB established reputation for happens to his coupon nftor ho clips dreary and unsuccessful tour, finally nr- , cndurlns, sacrificing and dying like a It nnd deposits It ns so much cash In ' rived ln a small Now Jersey town. That ( K0lf)lcr. his bank or buys supplies with it nt ' night, .though thero wan no furore , or ; Thoy werp not a American mules: the comer grocery. As u matter of fact j Rencral uprising of thc audience, there some nf lllRm woro nlles tlke the troops wan enouKii iiuiiutiniiiiiK i muuri- in.. 1Py roujjrit with, seven tnousanti came troupe's dejected spirits. The leading from Fnclanrt and S.oon from 1'ranco ' . . K. ftftl1ln1.a ,.f,nH l,n . .. . of the treasury, and moves unerringly man siem.. i.. " , nn.i anotiier n.nmi irom spam, to Its final haven of rest. """st act and bowed profoundly. Still the, -There was no comparison." says tho Its logical course Is through tho 'clapping continued. When he went be- , riuartcrmnntcr general's announcement, nearest Federal Reserve Bank. Tho mnu inc bbuiii .. .. , . ..Hr- ..)BtWN!n the small, poonv nounsnea nur- pow- product sHarp ass of for locil bunk sends It to this Federal I ,mml wikiiiiik "'" 1 mules secured in Spain ami tnose norvn i.nnl.-. whrrn It Is chnrired un 1 '"" thlnK 01 ,nnlf. naKe" ..l.n! nc!or-' chased in southern Franco and tho nu-ninst tho Treasury nenartmcnt. It 1 throwing out his chest. What ilyo t.rfll upstanding, measly-nosed Is sent to Wnshlncton n proof that ' mano? "replied the irishman. w ny. tno 0f the Middle West. There waa V. i ',,i.. rrt n.i tim hiindchipplng out there," was tho reply. ; criticism In some places of tho cU .,, ,.,.iiy, n,iu "llnndclapplng?" 'cs," replied thc , animals which came up from Spain rncspian: mcy iutj ivum mu i-iiuukii l mis resiuiK pmi;i. .i ui j'.u ,- ,,, ,h. , . sec how the mil. works through which war debt. One wliolo floor Is given over to the receipt of those coupons. i string of pearls and carried white roses. i he bridesmaid, Miss Louisa Neubaiier, hy his wife, who wns F.vciino Batchelder. John, living In Windsor, and ! two sons, ll'lll In ... n . I. . ... I . . ... was gowned ln pink crepe de chine and -,l ,"."lc ' " ""'nlcr' '-irrlcrt Pink roses. Burton Slsco. brother ;'c,or.R" "ackott of Montpcll-r. The fu sf the groom, w.ifc. best man. Tho hr,P', 'nl o"Urred nt 11 o'clork Tuesday morn fift to the bridesmaid .was a platinum f'T,.n,s ,,ate ln: . '"rial was tho social life of the college. Ills Water- bury friends expect him to mako good In his chosen work. The Bev. K. A. Bishop, D. D.. presi dent of Murphy ' College, Sevcrvllle, Tenn., who was a guest of Kdwln F. palmer Monday night, returning to Mont peller for the day Tuesday nnd at tho iA-,.. . ,r. u hi Oreen Mount, cemelery ln Montneller. ..r,-iei .u.u uiu kiu. ... ..i u- i .c . Th fllnoial , u , Mixn0. ,ltiuKli - Dillingham summer home Tuesday nignt amn was a diamond cluster scarf pin. The' S Smith took lilace ' and on to Burlington yesterday, Is rush- drawing room was banked with roses a d , hor n nerl , at two o'clock ing work as usual and . giving brief palms. After nn informal reception at he af,ornoon " shc nine years o periods to his friends on the way. Dr. ..0 Sumluy or pneumonia, fol- Bishop was for 20 years principal of Mrs , Slsco left for Asbuij Pal k and ol- owGi Bricht's disease. She wns Montpeller Seminary and numbers v nn 'nun tnr n tn upprUR inmnA'- 1 moon i ii cy win ii'muc hi tiwi'M- m-i - f , . -,,, ,, ' rtt ..i. Mr. Sisco Is einployed as -ussl.tant ! nd accident ' " r-as er for the ermont M.rhlo cn,n.an. The marriage of Miss Dorothy 12, Alien. Mrs Slsco was emidoyed by tho Fa'r- . ,nkfcompanyfor .r oytr AIpn fjf Montpcljori am, LI;u . A s enoprapher nnd bookkeeper She na WhUp pf Fo oc also Interes ed In cli nch "' " cur.ed nt St. John's rectory in Northlleld activities. The, were the recipients of n o.c)ock JIond py , (hc man beautiful g s-Mnrhle Chapter.! performed by the Bev. ' ..'J' " wVr- Lnch' T1, contracting parties were attended by Air. and Mrs. 15. B. Colhurn bright child with many friends. Her ! acquaintances nil over thc country and o, plmlc nt Wnterbousc's iiicnlc grounds a Lake Dunmore ok Wednesday, June 3f. Don M.ner has returned from Middlehury CoMege, where he rrcel' ed his A. B. de gree nn Monday and Is nt tho home of his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. II. L. Miner, lie pi accepted a pnition with the Vestlnchous- 121cetrlc & Manufacturing c"ompan at K.i.-t Pittshuig. Pa., and will jPHVe to cMnmenco his duties ..Inly J. Dr. .1 S. Hastwood and son. John, have returned from Boston and Medford. Mass , where they attended the com-n-encomcnt exercises at Tufts College. Miss Vorrnn Ivfs leturnel home last Tuesday rdght from Arlington, N. J., whne she passed three weeks with rc'.a tivrs. Anhur L, Bird h at Ills home here for a few days from St. Johnshury. whern lie Is employed. Neshobe Orange vheld Its annual picnic Wednesday at Li'ke ' Dunmore.-Mr. and Mrs. Clinrl.es OooUwIn have gone to their cottage nt Lake Bonio- -r.o'ert f orce nas nf Montivlier, close fi lends of both of the young people. The bride and her inald Wfie becomingly gowned. Both carried roses. Following the wedding thoy' re turned to Montpeller and Mr. and Jin. Allen gave a reception to a few close friends of the newlyweds. Tho home on Cliff street was very prettily decorated for this evening a buffet lunchon was scivinl. The dining room was In ferns ! nnd native rose.- of which there was a I profusion and candles while thc parlors I or tlie home were also ornamented in '(lit and native flowers. The couple received a large number of wedding presents which were arranged on a table in cue of the parlors of tho home. Following thc recep- lion they left bv automobile fur a wrd I ding trip after which they will make their home In Newport, It.' I. where the groom Is stationed. The bride is a native of Montpelier educated ln the public hcbools of the. city and employed for a few years Life Insurance offices. She is a general favority mong the young mourners was Charles Downer, who for SO years ha made his home with the Noyes family. Bclatlves present In cluded Charles T'2. Mosher of Somnrvllle, Mass., Mrs. 12mma Chase of Bethel, Mrs. F. J. Dana of Woodstock, Mrs. Celia Preston of Concord, X, H. Besides her husband, tlie deceased Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Lucy Barrett and Mrs. John W. Gibson, both of Sharon, a sister, .Mrs. C.eorge Drown nf Sharon, a brother, M. Ocorge Howe of Orln, Wyo., nnd two grandchildren, Theodore Charles nnd Mary IClbaboth Barrett. WHITE RIVER JUNCTION Mason W. Huso, treasurer of the re in foreign fields who hnve gone out from under his Influence. Especially is thi j true In Vermont where each town halls his nresenco with delight. Dr. Bishop's i cent Salvation Army home service fuml college in the southland hns been hand- ' appeal for the town of Hartford, reports somely recognized by the board of cdu- j a total collection of S1.OM.10, nr that is cation of tho Methodist (.liurcn. anu will assist in the construction of the new col lege buildings, which will cost, accord ing to northern prices, ahout MCO.OOn. The larger share of this money already Is raised as this board and friends reallzo the great work that has been done there among the mountain whites and other young people. Dr. Blsho.p had with him tho plans of tho structure, showing an Imposing set of buildings, a main hall and two dormitories, all to be built of brick. These are to be located on new grounds, and the old grounds and build ings arc to be sold. This college Is one seen for the summer, . ... i. .U. I 1 "l-fa resigned ins pu mm ' . jln the National clothing store. .uuru:. i miiiiiuvi, i v.s . . r....i.i.. ....... ..int Iu nnn. at 1-.. 1... MTiuii- .imi.f ... - ,'neonlp nf the ellv. The irrnnm Is n snn nf m r nnn - fined to the house by Mines Mrs. Jerome Tennlcn went Wednesday to Brighton. Mass . to visit their daughter. Mrs. John Beirdon.-A party, of ten young people chaperoned by Mrs. 12. 11. Button nr spending the week in the Howe cot tage at Lake Dunmore.-Mr. and Mrs. F. L. P.ogers have gone to their cottage at Lake Dunmore for tho summer. FORESTDALE. 'Mr nnd Mrs. I. W. Horn have returned Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. White of Wilder. He was graduated List week from Nor wich L'nlverslty. He served in thc World War, having been ftrs't lieutenant In tho railroad artillery, also with the Army of Occupation. lie is station at Fort Adams, but wns given a flvo months' leave nf absence in which to complete his university oourio which ho had left to enter the war. He wns graduated from lho university with tlie degree of bachelor ...Ml....... ..MnnA .1.. On.1 .lff-fA. r.f from a wpcisfl Mfc" m '" ; tho kind presented hy the Institution nnd -,i naoii Park. N...1. Harry Horn of i ,. , .... ... , .... int. i,.. i II IS 11IUICI Slium mu lliai in nil: tuuinij. Kalispell, .Mont, wno nas u.-i- , Thls ,vnn CIJrne(1 ))y hs military service WDI.10 above the town Uota of JTOo, nor doe3 this Include the sum secured In the village of Quechee, which w:us made separate from tho other four villages ln the town. Mr. Huse Is In receipt of an acknowledgment of the total sum from Col. Adam GlfTord, commander of New l'2nglnnd, nnd It Is the desire of Col. Glfford to thank the townspeople for their gifts of money. SOUTH ROYALTON Mrs. Pierce and daughter, Miss Cora Plcrco of Lowell, Mass., aro visitors at George Brown's. Itay Stewart camo by of two or three to be recognized by the motorcycle from Boston Wednesday of board of education through funds raised ( last week. Mrs. Nellie Whltcomb and in the Methodist campaign a year ago. family have engaged a tenement at Mrs. Dr. msnop nets anil iooks pnysicauy iu isKinner s, where sno will move soon, for this big enterprise and sccms radl- Klmer Doyle arrived home a few days nntly happy as always when he Is work- ago from St. Michael's College. Winooskl, Ing for the Interest and welfare of tho J for tho summer vacation. Mrs. Earah young people. Hh attendance already . Bennett, who is with Mrs. Lunette Mud Is solicited for next commencement at the gett, for a few weeks, whose home is In seminary when tho classes of 'SO and '01 1 Springfield, Mass., went last week to the exiioct to hold a joint reunion and it is Knndolph sanltnrium for surgical treat hoped that the other five classes which 1 ment. Thomas Bosworth of Chicago has group around it also may attend. Friends arrived homo for tho summer vacation. of Dr. Bishop of Washington county as I On Saturday last there was a special well as elsewhero rejoice in his con- I meeting of Pomona t. range at Last Barn tlnued usefulness. The home demonstra tion meeting was well attended and the drive is on for membership. Duxbury already has secured her quota. Tho They come In from the banks by reg Istored mull ln packages about the slzo of a shoe box. They are stacked up as so much merchandise until tho clerical force can distribute and can cel them. On tho day you are thoro it may happen that a lot of coupons hns been norted, that neat rubber bands have been put nround them ln packages of one hundred, that a hi'.tnpcr has been filled with them, ready for examination and cancella tion. Tho hampers nt the office of the reg-intcr will hold about 400.000 cou pons, which Is a good day's rccolpts. 12ACH COUPON HAS A HOMK. old fellow. "Why that's not applause. That's tho audience klllln mosquitoes." Pnthflnder. of These coupons are first classified. F.ach of them Is then run through n cancelling machine. F.ach Is exam ined to see mat it is genuine, rcach U,.hafS dirty. "-Pittsburgh 11. us a piace 111 ine iues jusi nacK or 1 Telegraph. cam which carries ino numncr or WHOLLY MISTAKEN' "Walter!" roared tho dlnor. Tho waiter looked Intently out tho window, protending he haJn't heard. The diner had already complained of his chops nnd his potatoes and his napkin, and Alphonso had had about enough of him. "Waltorl" Beluctantly Alphonso moved over. "Just look at the color of this water, waiter," growled the diner. "It's not fit to drink!" Critically tho waiter ralsexl the glass to the light aJid examined it. Then, triumphantly, he set It down again. "No, sir, you're deceiving yourself, sir," ho said kindly. "That water's per fectly all right, sir. It's tho glass Chronicls- .1 the bond from which It was detached. From tho time It leaves the scissors of the bond owner it Is circling ahout like a boomerang in its flight hut its plane's aro so set that it will find its resting1 place behind this particular! card. F.ach coupon for each bond, when the years havo passed that bring; It to maturity, will eventually rest here. ln round numbers the government has twenty-one billion dollars' worth of these bonds out among the. people. This means that It Is paying Interest nn that money which it hns borrowed from them. It pays about nlno hun dred million dollars a year, two and a hnlf million a day, ns Interest on this debt. That Is morn money than It cost to run the government a decade ago. It is eight dollars a year for every citizen. These bonds have exerted a great educational Influence on the wholo people. Before thc war there wero comparatively few who had had the experience of clipping coupons. Now nearly everybody docs It. Most people cash their coupons through their banks and In this way tho operation almost automatically takes care of Itself. Thero is evidence, however, that many holders of these, bonds do not appreciate the value of the coupons. Nearly every day at the treasury let ters aro received enclosing- these' cou pons with checks for their face value. These writers say that they have bought bonds nnd now they want to pay the interest on them. They do not A WELL KNOWN ONE In a big elementary school a teacher had plven a lesson In an Infants' clas3 on the Ton Commandments. In order to test their memories she asked: "Can any llttlo child glvo mo a command ment with only four words In It?" A hand was raised Immediately. "You may answer, John," said the teacher. "Keep off tho bt.iss." was thn reply. Watertown Times. ard. which several of tho local members appreciate the fact that thov a'ro to cot atter.ded.-Mrs Kate Allen and Paul and tho lntcrP.st. They have bought tho Marlon went art week to Onset Conn.. ,)omls , a pa,rlo,l(. servcc d Misses I2dna Day und Ethel Flemmlng of J summer.-Mrs. Tully, who has been for Montreal havo been guests of Mrs. Cllf- " fpw wocks wltlT hor daughter at Lake, ton O'Clalr.-Mrs. A. G. Stevens has PlaC,d' X Y" hiJ- "rrlvcd n0m0, Hcr I tiaiignior, .uiss iieien runy, who nas neon teacning in uasi iiartrord, Conn., finished her school in Middlesex and Diinnillni n f rtw rlnvo nl lirr 'hnmrt nn Tlnn 'dall street before going to Stowe. There cfmo h week for a fmv days' will he a promenade at the Center Satur- stay. She will soon go to Lake Placid, 1 where she has private pupils for the summer. Mr, and Mrs. II. II. Klhhey Ing In York months, accompanied them home. Mrs. I ln the war. ATI T.-.,l1. T 0...,...... nrfl T 1-V1 TV.T l-.l A. E Lewis who l v VoBhlnn of Montpeller were, married at H. A. now. 1MB r ,ur 'n ' ?!: o'clock Tuesday morning by the Bey. Mass.-Mr. nnd Mrs. L C . Bump at Michael's Convent tended the wood turners' convention al ; immediate rela- Niagara Falls.-T W Horn n : Ash Out.. attended hy Miss Hazel lc visiting hs brother, 1. W . Horn. , . .... .,.i n-.t I..IW eilCt'. Mfcll'I m IIIU until, .m. . Miss HelPn Krump of Burlington is visit Ing at G. H. Blimp's. Miss Inez Bernon has returned trom the University of Ver mont for the .summer vacation. Fennl mor Sessions of Pittsfleld, Mass., is visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Sersions - Mrs. Lllla Cahee. who has been visiting her hrother, George Holden, has returned to her 'home In Corinth, N. Y. Tho Bev. nnd Mrs. Wnlter Lewis of Hague, N Y., are visiting Mr.. Lewis' parents. Mr and Mrs. Frank Lewis. t.eslle Bird has purchased the George Holden house. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. W. Horn and son, Harry Horn, and Mrs. Mary Symons were In Burlington last week. E E Partlow is spending his vacation at his home here Gordon Sessions of Plttsfleld, Mas." , returned to his homo after attending tho graduation exercises here last Friday. BENSON The barn dance, held at the Mountain View Stork farm, 0110 mllo east of hero last Friday night, drew nn immense crowd from all the adjoining towns, nnd a num frnm Rutland. Glta's orchestra of Al bany played. Tho Hon. Frederick II. Babbitt of BellowB Falls gave an address. Tho annual meeting of tlie Bed Cross society will bo hold at tho Congregational chnpel Friday evening June 23, at 7:"0. Members arc urged to bo present, Last week Wednesday there was a flag social nt the Methodist Church. Many papers 1 Ham Ewing. The bride was gowned in a blue taffeta dress, with hat to match, while her sister woro a blue satin gown with a white georgctto hat. Following the ceremony, they went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lawrence on River streot. parents of tho bride, whero a wed ding hreakfast was served, after which accompanied her, the newlyweds left, for a trip wnicu win include Boston and other places. The bride- Is a native of Montpeller, a grad uate of the high t-chool and hns been at homo most of tho time since, excepting day evening under the auspices of tho r i i 1 di. 1 ' " . . wont to Hanover Tuesday with the Bev furnished by Shackctt s orchestra of . ,. , ,.,.. Stowe. The condition of Ray llogaboom seems very favorable. SOUTH WOODBURY Tho public enjoyed a musical treat, given by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Larson last Thursday evening In the church. The Ladies' Aid sold Ice-cream and cake nnd i.T. S. Clark and family of Brookflcld to attend commencement exercises of Dart mouth College, of which Institution both men aro alumni. ROCHESTER Clifford Shroyer returned to Milton Wed. neve mat they must nav addltlnnni periodic Installments to the govern ment. MANY FORGET TO CLIP Tlin MELTIXG POT (From Leslie's) Tho Seln Fclners remain rebellious in spite of all British efforts to suppress them. They still sing: Until our freedom wo acquire Ireland shall be a land of Ire. "Pussyfoot" Johnson-, who has a sin gle oye for reform, has returned to this country confident that prohibition will yet lay Its clutch on Great Britain and all other moist portions of the world. Former Premier Asqulth's daughter, an Impartial expert, alleges that Lloyd Georgo has sold his soul under the Im pression that ho merely pawned it. This shows that even a great statesman needs a courso in careful salesmanship. West Virginia responded nohly to the appeal that good people take a livelier In terest In politics. For tho primaries in that State .100 candidates (twico as many as ever before) submitted declarations for oflleos. Tho spring tourist rush across the At lantic began with tho sailing of .1(500 pas sengcrs In a single day from New York Some of these neoplo left this country, it duty nn tho hattlefront. But these little animals were able to haul machine-gun carts, relenslng the heavy animals for duty with tho artillery and ammunition trains. "Thoro were times during tho final stage of the World War when It was'jm posslble to give much needed rest to these animals. Thero were not enough to do tho work which confronted them, nnd tho result was that It was neces sary to keep on thc move forty-eight, GO nnd sometimes 72 hours, with hardly nioro than a pause. Then it was poss'lble 1 only to feed a small amount of grain and a few handfuls of hay. Under this I strain the mule went forward, giving his all uncomplainingly. "Sometimes, when engaged. It would seem Imposslhlo to get him hack to 'tho front again, but his powerful constitu tion camo to his rescue, and in a "re markably short time ho was ablo to re turn to duty. The mule has always b'een given the credit of having his full quota of brains, but at times It seemed he had ore than his share. Ho may run when hitched to a wagon, but Invariably does 1 no barm to himself or the wagon. When tired ho makes his condition known by ' quitting. However, this quality did not come to the fore during tho days of St. Mlhlel and ln the Argonne. The record of tho mule through the 1 World War has been such as to reflect much credit upon the dam, th& farm marc of tho United States as well, as upon thc long-eared, loose-Jointed pro- 1 genltor of that hybrid an animal Indls- , pensablo to tho success of our army In the field. s "Instance havo hcen known whero a pack mule would loaf about tho army ' kitchen while the cook was baiting? I bread until he observed the cook busy., at some other duty, when ho would ap proach the fire, raise one foot and paw off tho Ud of the Dutch oven, grab -th hot loaf within and make off with lt on the run. Ho would do fho same if he observed a hunk of bacon within eooy reach. OUR KALEIDOSCOPE AN CAME TO STAY "1 believe," safa tho cliery phlloso pher, "that for every' single thing you give away two come hack to you,' "That's my experience," agreeed Pham ley. Last March I gave away my daugh ter and sho and her husband came back The government realizes, also, that there aro many people who are not clipping their rolltinnv. Th.ln riA.Wtln Ihlnl. 11.-. .1.-1. part is to sit tight until the bonds mature lln MW-150'0" Transcript. nnd that thoy will then present them and get face value. The bonds are filed away and will rest securo for twenty or thirty years. Thn government hns certain experiences back of It upon which to baso Judgment as to whut Is happening. Thero was a cer tain Issue of bonds growing out of tho hpanlsh-Ainerlcnn war, for instance. when employed. The groom Is a former 1 "' cnntaln of Company H and In lhat , .'pslo Morgan. In Bristol.-Schools In town cnn.ir.Itv was iu the Mexican bord Inesday nftcr spending a few days at the I Thero wero about a hundred million dol- 1 Ftev. T. II. Cresev's. Miss l.enll nvnr . In -n.lli ,V,nm vnWr.-.ln.l .... realized Jld from thc salc.-Elmer Owcns's was at hnmr from UuUam, last ,vcok to nu9 lt(iUe n thcr' ,ime Th ' maturf(1' family, of Barrc. were in this placo Sun- sr(,nd a tow days with her mother, Mrs. In 20 years. Thero are, however. $00,000 day and attended church. Mrs, L. M. , Harry Dver. The Missionary sonlelv of nf iiirm still nntafnn.iinn- f kn.n the Methodist Church met with Mrs. have been lost, some burned, some meroly George Hayes on Friday afternoon., A filed away. Small amounts of them are profitable ' meeting was held. Mr. and 1 still coming In. Mrs. F. A. Kezer are going tills week A hundred dollar bond of this Issue, If to New Hnmpshiro to spend a short time tho coupons have not teen detached, will with their daughter, Mrs. Carl Whitney. havo $ff) worth of them payable, as In Children's day will be observed nt the tcrest. These bonds keep coming Into the Methodist Church on Sunday morning. , treasury with nil the coupons still in Miss Clara Stevens returned tn While place. Wh.cn such a bond of 5100 denoml- Rlvcr Junction .Monday, nftcr spending , nation is received, fnr Instance, a check Daniels and Mrs. W. B. Goodell attend ed tho Pomona Grango mooting, held nt East Calais last Saturday Mrs. Swain has returned from Melrose, Mass., and her daugtitcr, Mrs. Taylor, and two children. WARREN Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dlvol visited tholr daughter In Windsor the past week. I. CAN YOU BEAT IT? Willis "Talk about hard luck. 1 prom ised my wife I'd bo home at ten last night, and It was cloven before I sot ready to start. GUlls "Well?" "So stayed out till one o'clock before I could think of an excuse that might work." "Then?" "When I reached home at 1:30 I discovered that my wife had beon out until 12." Judge. THE POTATO CROP COULDN'T AFFORD TO Tho Dlnor "This chop's as tough as trouble. Ho served in that office some years brfrirn ho went to Texas. Tho listers havo filed with tho City clerk their report of the number of heads nf stock In Mnntpellr this year during thMr taking nf the lists. Their reports show IS silos: horses: 2.1 sheep; M.-. milch rows; Zfi other neat stock; (iS registered xorcHCf) wor(1 ,,,,,,, , " thp Towll closed Friday. Sixteen pupils from thn two weeks with her parents heie. Miss Is sent to tho owner for its face value Ruth and Rose Greeley are home from , and an additional check for $W on account Bakersfleld, whore they have taught of the coupons. A formal slip Is sent stnt different schools passed the eighth grado school this last year. -Miss Lilian Kins-1 Ing the purposes for which the two checks examination, as follows: Manon Strong, , "inn aim "roisi- uumm spciu nuniiay aiinro enclosed, 11 often Happens, nnwever, Sybil Stone, Shirley Pierce, Edrlo Luco, ';r"""""' " , , y n.jllii.i ni.ui"M.T 111 1. ' y 1 1 vii. up neiil on Friday this week, at Ray Martin's srovo. stock; 15 pure bred hulls; 202 hogs. State Treasurer W. F. Scott, who was here Friday with other members of tho Board of Control, went to his homo Sat urday morning. Mr. Scott fom,o weeks slnco stated to a representative of the Froo Press that ho would bo a candidate for re-election in tho coming primaries. It In very likely he will bo without op. position. John I'. Adams, owner o tne v . i;, and music apropas were given, Ice cream 'Adams storo, has been elected a 'I'roctor or ino rirsi .aiionai iuui i" mi mu vacancy rnused somo months ago by the, death of 11. F. Cutler of Plalnflold. W. E. Adams, his father, was a director of the bank for many years. Tho directors Notices havo been posted in tho rail road stations that a now schedule, will borome effective June 2S on tho Boston & Main railroad In which now tho New York trains will bo placed on the schedule, It Is understood that .1 Now York sleeper win be attached to tho Sunday afternoon train out of Montpeller and on ono other day In the week, also that-. direct Now York connections from thc S:30 weok-day train to New York will occur and a chair car attached to trains No. 8 nnd 5 Into Boston. Th marriage of Paul Sweeney and 2llss Elizabeth Gurtrudo Trombloy oc curred Tuesday evening at tho Congre gational parf.onago, the ceremony having been performed hy tho Rev. Charles St. Johns In the presence of a fow friends of tho contracting parties. They will re- side at 111 Main street, wher they havo ben boarding of Into. A. Wndlclgh, who recently came to Montpeller for a visit, died at the homo of E. M. Mills Tuesday night following n four days' illness. Un was a nutlvo nf East Bolton, P. Q., and a son of Mr. and Mrs Henry Wadlelgh, being born and cako supplemented thc program. Oilman Wheeler of Laconla, N. H.. Is In town visiting at O, H. Bump's. Miss Bin, .who has been to Missouri, oallod there hy the death of her father, returned tho past week. Mrs. Nellie Wiley of Val ley Falls, N. Y., is at Benson Landing, a guest of hor sister, Mrs. B. H. DIckln-pon.-rTho Rev. David H. Strong went to Wllllamstown, Mass.. Friday tn attend a. reunion of his class nnd Saturday a class rilnner. Nex-t Sunday morning at tho Con gregational church there will bo a special nfferlngi made for the' coming Interna tional Council, at Boston In obscrvanco of the tercentenary of tho landing of tho rilgrlms. Washington County MONTPELIER A pretty church wedding took place at B;30 o'clock Monday morning when Miss. Oertrudo Fountain, dnilghter of Mrs. Ka. therlno Fountain, nnd Allen E, Lynch, of Montpeller, were unltfd In marriage, .by the Rev. p. J. Long nt St. Augustine's Church before a largo, number of rela t'lven nnd friends, Thn bride wns attended hy Miss Alice Lynch of Montpeller' nnd Ju'.y lfi.1855. Ho Is survived, among other Clarnco Hartson, Jojce McAlester, Marlon Jones, George Elllotte, Lylo Ford, Mnrion Tucker, Celia Luce, Carlyle Drew, Marion Sargent, Phoeho Carpenter, Clyde Tucker and George Trask. Graduation Hall Friday evening consisting of music, reci tations and essays. Much credit is duo both teachers and pupils for tho good work they havo done. County Superintendent Ohnffeo was with them nnd presented their diplomas. The Row F. G. Aylmoro was In Barre Saturday. Mrs. Robert Clark and children of Lyndon aro spending n few duys al her father's, J, L. Spauld Ing's. 12. II, Elllotte has Installed a new milking machine, Ralph, and Howard Spauldlng aro at homo for a few days. MORETOWN Mrs. A. J. Nell and son, Elwln, and Mrs. A. H. Booth spent Thursday In Warren. Tho first baseball game of this season was played on the home diamond Thurs day afternoon, Morelown won from Waterhury Center by a scoro of 8 to 2. Miss Etta Nell is clerking al the Wil cox store. Mrs. II. .1, Slayton nnd Foster Slayton of Barre am guestn nt tho homo o Mrs. Walter Wilcox. Judge Georgo Dale and Mrs. Dalo nf Wnterhury havo been guestn at thn Sawyer homestead. Miss Margaret Nnwton of Montpollcr vis Ited at P. E, Griffith's Sunday.-Tho sympathy of thc community is extended to Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Freeman .and family on the loss of thqlr oldest son, Harry, who passed away at his home In Chlcoper Falls Tuesday, Burial was at Brattloboro on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sawyer, Mrs. Addlo, Sawyer und eiiss m, wnuney wero in Barre Sunday. WAITSFIELD The annual prize speaking of the high school was held Thursday evening with tho following program: Song, high school chorus: "The Now South," Orman Tucker; "Tho Llttlo Outcast's Plea," Doris Roll Inson; "The Volunteer Organist," Collis ter Buzzell: "Americanism," Bculnh Moultton; "Kentucky Belle," Mlvln Graves: "Baby In Church. Leah Barnath; "No Room for Mother," Homer I.u Mordcr; "The Fiddlo Told." Allen Bis that the bolder of theso bonds did not realize, that tho interest was coming to him. It has even happened that tho check for OO.has been returned tn tho treasury with a stntcment that a mistake had been made. MANY ARE CHEATED Tho most unfortunato phase of this fail ure tn appreciate tho value of tho cou pons ts evidenced when tho uninformed holders of bonds offer them for salo. If such 11 holder tnkes his bond to his bank ho Is given correct Information as to Its value. Thero are a great many Individuals who are buying bonds, how ever, who ,11 e less honest. If a holder leather. Aro you quito suro your chef didn't broil a scrap of leather for mo by mistake?" The Manager "I'll see, sir. If hn did tho mistako Is Inexcusable, considering tho high price of leather." New York Evening Globe. Windsor County SHARON Mrs, Mnrcelfus C. Noyes.'a native and lifelong resident, died at tho Randolph sanitarium early Friday morning from bee; "Sgre. Prentiss First Plea," Guy takes a bond to ono of those nnd offors Savage: "Mary Cary." Marlon Blshee. it for sale, It Is likely to bo bought at After an Intermission the Judges, tho Rev. (ho market price, and tho buyer profits Arthur Uowltt of Plalnflold, Walter Lauco ', Illegitimately to the valuo of tho coupons, of Plalnflold and H. O. Hutchinson of Thev are Just so much cash In his Burlington announced tho following pocket. This Is n scheme through which prizes: First prlzo for girls, Allco Bis-1 dishonest dealers In many localities are bee; second prize, Lenh Bernath; first to-day defrauding the bondholder to the prize for boys, Ouy Savage; second prize, nmnunt of tho valuo of his coupons, Colllstcr Buzzell. Music for dancing was ' which aro like so much gold In his pocket, then furnished hy George Patterson and The government Is nttemptlng to cdu Mrs, Fnry. Tho graduation exorcises of rate thn holderp of Its bonds to their tho high school were held Frldny evening, vnluo and to an appreciation of tho fact Thc following program was given: Song, that matured coupons are so much cash, high school chorus; prayer, tho Rev. W. 1 n Is doing all that It can tnward advls A. Remolo; essay, "Amateur Editing," ng a bond holder that a bank Is tho pro Margaret Marshall; essay, "Co-operation pPr agency tn toll him the value of his of tho Farmers," Clnrenco Tuckor: pres. bond and to rash his coupons, It Is also entatlon of pictures, Junior class; address, ndvlsing nil bond holders against selling Mason S. Stono of Montpeller; presenta- their government securities. A multitude Hon of diplomas; song, high school. 0f prtnd holders, Indifferent to tho virtues chorus; benediction, tho Rev, John Hazol- ' of a sound Investment, havo thrown ton; reception 10 graduates. Miss Doro-, tdelr securities on tho mnrkot at thc first thy Perrlno went Saturday to her homo feeling of a money need and havo thus In Syracuse, N. Y. Miss Dorothy Savage rUn tho market down. When these bonds Is tho guesi "i relatives in Proctor. have been nnsorncn ino roiaiion neiween Thcodorn Greenwood of Windsor was a 1 supply and demand In the market will bo recent visitor In town, Mr. nnd Mrs. 1 different and tho price will steadily ad Clnyton Royce of Montpeller were tho I vnnce. Judging by the experiences of guests of relatives In town tho past week. I tho past, Liberty and Vctory Bonds, will. Dr. and Mrs. W, J, Hownrd spent Sun- J within n few years, iie above par and day In town. Clarence Blsbeo and Jcnn greatly In demand. Wise Is th man who nlsbeo of Barm spent Sunday at B. D. Ihnlds his bonds nnd wiser Is ho who digs Blsbfe's.-Rlford Josln recently under-up his savings and puts them In thoee went an nperatlon for mastoid at Heaton gnvernment securities while they may be hospital, Montpeller. .bought ut so Jow n figure as at present. Pl'TWORMS XVMEHOCS Reports nro coming Into thn ofllco of tho director of tho extension service to tho effect that tho cutworms are numer ous this year, and nro doing much damage to farm vegetable and flower plants. It should, therefore, bo a matter of much general Interest to know a llttlo about this pest nnd how to control it. Cutworms aro smooth, nearly naked caterpillars, varying In length from ono to two Inches when full grown. Tho species derives Its name from Its habit of feeding, namely that of cutting off tho seedling plants near tho surface of tho ground. The creatures llvo near tho sur face of the ground, and slnco they aro nocturnal, feeding mostly at night nnd aro Inconspicuous, they nre boldom seen except by "bug hunters." Tho caterpil lars aro miniature choppers, and can fall many plants like n woodsman, slnco they eat nt crucial places, nnd topplo down many plunts In a singlo night. Any extensive Insect book may list a dozen or more speclen. differing but lit tle, but all capable of tho somo general mode of destruction nnd succumbing to a poison bait. Tho standard remedy consists in mo tiso of a poison bait made as follows: Bran 20 pounds. Paris green ono pound, molasses two nuarts, oranges or lemons, threo imrts. water three and one-half gallons. Mix the bran and Paris green, squeeze the lemon Julco Intothe wnter, finely chop the peel and pulp, adding It and tho molasses, then pour nil Into the hrnn and stir thoroughly. Scatter thc mixture at night near Infested plants, hut Jlo not lot It touch them. Tomato,' cabbage and similar plants may bo wrapped with paper collars near tho ground to repel the caterpillars. flroTverti to IIImciim Mean for fJreatet. PYoduptlon nnd Ilcttpr Mnrkptlnc The growing of certified potatoes" III Vermont received .1 forward Impulse 're-jl cntly wtien plans wero made for hoIdinS?4 at Randolph Center a State-wide potato growers' conference nnd field meeting-. This Is the announcement Just made. .by j A. H. Gilbert, assistant plant pathologist for the University of Vermont and payjo- J logical Inspector for tho State department t of agriculture. It will be the aim of ha I coming conference to stimulate greater I production of potatoes in Vermont, as f well as to orgimizo the potato gTOwers.for V hotter marketing , ' The invitation to meet at Randolph waa j extended by the Randolph School' of j Agriculture nnd tho Randolph Center Co-opcratlvo Potato Exchange, and these organizations, together with tha 1 Orange County Farm Bureau, will ,co- 1 opei-ate with the State departmentof , agriculture In the plans and arrangements 1 for the meeting, which will bo held August 11. , The number of growers of certified seed ( has very' materially Increased during- the ( past two years and tho prospects aro favorable for tho production in 1920 of a still larger output of seed. Tho relatively high grade of Vermont stock has re- 1 ftulted in a strong demand for certified potatoes, and It Is believed that the -In- 1 dustry would be moro firmly established 1 nnd moro rapidly developed through the I formation of a State-wide association. The meeting for preliminary arranffe- ments, nein at itandoipn on May 26, was participated In by Principal G. L. Green and Wesley Abell of tho Randolph School of Agriculture. President G. H. Temple and Mr. Harrington of tho Randolph Potato Exchange, Harold Dwlnell of tho Orange County Farm Bureau and A:'H. Gilbert of tho Stato department of agri culture. Delegates are expected at the AuRust meeting from all parts of the State, espe cially from tho local Potato Growers' associations, of which there nro now" 12. It I. hoped that this meeting will reSult In the formation of n Statn Potato Grow ers' association stic'h as exists In New York, Maine and other largo potato-producing States. Potato experts from tho United Sta'tes department of agrlculturo at Washington have been secured to take part In ihe progmm, which will also include an auto mobllo tour to Inspect potato fields-of the vicinity. Vital matters concerning potato varieties, culture and disease will I bo discussed, also tho very Important matter of marketing the crop. An official announcement Including the printed program will be Issued early- In July from tho office of tho commissioner of agriculture. ' A COMFORT TO STOUT TBOPLE Men and women over normal weight find Foley Cathartic Tablets comforting because of the light, free feeling they bring. You need not suffer from bil iousness, sick headache, sour stomach, gas, bloating, or other results of Indiges tion, because, Foley Cathartic Tablets give prompt relief, J. W. O'Sulllvan," 30 Church St. adv. Don't let other people find all valuable classified ads before you do. UNIVERSITY NOTE. - Games which the baseball team liad scheduled with Williams at Williams- ' town, Mass,, Thursday and with Tufts 1 ut Medford, Mass., on Friday were can celled on account of rain. At Amherst, . Mass., on Saturday the team defeated Ui Massachusetts Agricultural College nlno hy a scoro of 7 to 1. At Hanover, N. Tuesday, luck of control by Pitcher 3?)b 1 beo gave Dartmouth a -l-to-O victory. Klbhee gavo eight passes, made two Wild pitches, hit three men and was nicked , for seven hits. On tho other hand, Ver mont could not hit Ross, who allowed but two hits, both mado by third baseman Harris. Tho final games of tho season wtll be played at Centennial Field Friday and Saturday, both with Boston College. i nB WANTS TO 1II21.I OTIIEIUf "I had such nn awful cold," writes Russell Deckwa, Kll Chestnut St., ?To peka, Kan. "Foley's Honoy and ..ICar Compound helped me. wonderfully;" hopo this reaches others and helps tfiem) as It did me." Get the genuine Foley', for coughs, colds, croup and whoo&ic cough. J. W. O'Sulllvan. SO ChurchBU adv. " 1 -x Look through the classified columni.fotf' a better Job, J . . i .