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THE BTJKLlNCrTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES : THUKSDAT, JULY 29, 1920. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from pngc !) lor a few ilnys. Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie Chase and daughter visited Mrs. Chase's lister, Mrs. George Thompson, lust week. -Mrs. Guy Allen of Plymouth, X. tl Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goodrich, for a few weeks. Harley Vlalncs has a new baby grand Chcvorlct tar. Saturday evening many people from the village and the cottages went to the Bend to sec the moving picture play In which Miss Mndclntnc Trevcrse, actress, Is the heroine, Miss Trevcrse spends the fcttmmer vacation at Cnf plan Lake at the Herbert Turrlll cottage. Saturday eve ning, about lialr a mile below the village, n Ford ear with a gentleman and two ladles going to Wlllotiby Lake got too ear the edge of the toad and slid Into the dllch. It was stopped from going clear over by the bank on the out side of the ditch. The occupants landed on the bank without Injury. The car which was at an angle of about 45 degrees was soon pried and llfed out of the mud and bark onto the road and found to be still In running order and the party continued on their journey. About !k) couples attended llio school dance at Town tlall Friday evening, and the next one will be held Thursday evening August 5. Miss Alice Dow was called here Satur day by the serious Illness of her father, 5. D. Dow, who has been In failing health for the past two years. Mls Dow Is a Red Cross nurse and stationed In Wyoming doing Home Service work. Monday, Mr. Satlcr of Baltimore, Md a guest at the Caspian Lake hotel, was trying his luck on thu lake with n Ullle steel rod not over flvo feet long and hooked something ffhlch seemed ftrong and after 15 minutes of exciting etereise succeeded In landing a lake trout measuring 36 Inches In length and welching IS',2 pounds. Truman Orcutt also landed a 19 pound trout the same day. Miss Martha Bates of Nashua. N. H.. Is visiting her aunt, llrf. Clara Laplere.MIsp Lucy Lazott of Nashua, N. H., Is visiting Mls-s Loretta Cassevnugh. Stockdalc of Toledo. Ohio! ' at the Congregational church Rev. Allen will preach Sunday. The Greensboro Kids go to Orleans Satutday to plaj' ball with the Orleans team. Miss Clara Olmstcad re turned from a visit to Lakeport. N. U,, Friday. The Free Library has received from the library of the late (Dr. Charles Cook of Natlck, Mass.. 71 volumes and from Mrs. Daniels of Washington, D. C. a t-ummer resident, 22 volumes. The committee has recently purchased tho following new books: Mary Marie, Ander son Crow. Detective, The Portyge. A Man for the Ages, Search, Three Black Pennies The Great Impersonation. Patchwork Burned Bridges, Harvest. Passion for l(lfe, 1 Poor Relations. The Beckers. Work and I Play In the Grenfcld Ml-slon, The Joys of Living. Many Junes. LOWELL. Mrs Daniel Whlttlmorc of ICdeii visited I Mr. D. F. Lathrop and Mrs. Charles ! Kelley a few days last week. District I deputy Shaw and Mrs. Shaw of New- : port were visitors at the Grange Tues- ' daw Mrs James A. Keach of Bristol. Conn., Is spending a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Parker. Mr. Tinker from MorrlsviMe I rnilns for Wilbur Souther, who la In very poorhoalt Mctta Slt-co has gone ti, Stanistead lo remain a few wieks. D. I Lamberton and family were visitors in Marshfleld Sunday. Mrs. Sarali Hlnes had the mis fortune to sprain her Vvrlfrt Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Corless and small son were In Barton Saturday to consult a specialist. Mrs. William Ticslie from Johnson Is a guest of Mrs. L. R. Sinclair. Mrs. Burdette Start and children of Burlington am visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ji. S. Coolldge. Mrs. Robert Fields of Johnson is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Newton. Bernlce Lamphear of Kden is the guest of her brother, Krnesl Lamphear, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grove and two children from Johnf-on were visitors at Harvey N'ewlons Sunday. Mrs. Charles Bodge of Boston Is visiting ber mother, Mrs. Mary Warner, a few weeks. tlobert Fields and son, flavenal, were visitors 'at Harvey Ncwtons Sunday. Albert Lamphear was a caller at the home of his brother, Krn(st Lamphear, Mon day. Howard Driseol! of Johnson visited Harvey Newton Sunday. t WESTFIELD Mrs. L. A. Bly of Omaha, Neb., came KtnrHr.v tn vlult i.r nnn.in m. n Edwin Wright. Mr. Davenport and family of Montreal spent the week-end ot Prr mont Mller's while on a motor trip to Boston. Miss Doris Maclc of St. Johns Viury came home whh Mrs. Prank Martin for a few weeks visit. Last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellis of St. Albans, I Jlrs. Har.el Brown and daughter, of Elizabeth, N. J,, and Mr. and Mrs. Krncst Brown and daughter of Lowell came to spend the week-end with their parents, J Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, the daughter I remaining through the week. Louis Bell of Worcester. Mass., spent the week at the home of his father. W. D. Bell. Mrs. I X,aRork and Jack McClusky of Boston 1 cune. last week to stay a fortnight with Sirs. Joseph Ryca and other relatives. Joseph Goddard has been very 111 for a Tew days but is now gaining. NORTH CRAFTSBURY Pr.'tV. T. Slayton of MorriflVlllc. mem- j beT of the State Board of Health, also . Bean Votey of the Fnlversity of Vermont, ' Burlington, held a meeting with the fechool board Friday regarding some needed improvements to the academy huiidlng. Delia Wells was operated on for removal of adenoids and tonsils last week. Drs. Kaston and Bibby were the unending physicians. Prank Dumas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Reginald AndoN i, a,t. ...i a. i,v,iiiuii -ijiw:,- ' ' i KIent Saturday and Sunday in camp I Mt. Mansfield. Mrs. Earl I-itham and ton on ran of Chicago are boarding at Creage Cole's. Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Hasten visited in St. Johnsbury one day last weck.-r Fred Goodwin has moved into his house feccntly purrhased of Mrs. Chase Mr. nd i"u-il!frenCC CWle8' ''I"" Stf. B. Vi llllams. accompanied by Miss Winifred Williams of Boston, made a trip to Smugglers' Notch last week Wcdnes- rtay, The Rev. Allison Watts of Dixvlllc, Canada, has Joined his family, who 'have been visiting f-evcral weeks at Daniel Dustan's. Miss Sarah Miller of Phila delphia is here for a few necks, rooming nt Mrs, Agnes Witt's. The Rev. C. H. Rowley has installed a telephone at his residence. Miss Bernlce Lamphear of Eden visited Mr. and Mrs. N. B, Williams one day last weok. W, E. Pifleld and farrttly went to South Hero Sunday to at tend the funeral of a soldier friend, Mrs. H. N. Stevens was tendered a surprise picnic supper at the Colburn camp Sat urday night In honor of her birthday. The Hon. James nartness of Springfield will speak before the Men's club Mon day evening, August 2. at the gymnasium 8:30 o'clock, The. "Earnest Workers" will serve supper 111 the church vestry DrevlouH to tho address, beglnnlpff at seven o'clock. The executive committee of the Men's club held a business meeting at the office of H, N. Stevens Saturday eve ning, Mrs. Frank Dunn Is untcrtaining her niece and nephew, Virginia and fieorse Young, of Bloomflcld, N. J. Mrs. George Layers and son, Clifford, from Heebe, Canada, rlMted at the Petersons Sunday, Mr. and .Mrs. G&y Garvin and on, Charles, of St. Johnsbury arc giests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kcelcr. George Itobblns, while assisting In the haying at Crease Cole's latt week, ha1 the mis fortune to fall through tho hatrhway In the barn and suffered a sprained ankle jid jioe brjiItts.-Tbero-'wuTbe no -1 . . tn i Ice at the Congregational Church next Sunday, Tho congregation will, as far ue possible, attend tho service at Greens boro to listen to Dr. Allen Sloekdalc of Toledo, Ohio, who will occupy the pulpit of that c'hurch. Rutland County BRANDON Abbott Goodrich of Washington, D. C, Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Goodrich, for a few days. Miss Prances GipHon went Saturday to Burlington, where she will remain for throe weeks with relatives. The Misses Helen and Hilda Churchill hnvc returned from Bur lington, where they have been visiting relatives for several days. Word haw been received that Miss Nellie Wright and Charles Nlles, two Brandon .voting people, were recently married nt Troy. N. V,, where they nre employed this summer. Mr. and Mrs. William Prle.r returned Sun day evening to their home In Schenectady, X. Y., after visiting at the home of her sister, .Mrs. C. A. June. A daughter was born Sunday to Mr. nnd Mrs. Luke W, Connor of Hlnesburg. Mrs. Connor was formerly Miss Alice Brlggs of this town. .Miss ftuth and Ralph Qullty of Boston arc visiting here. .Mrs. Romaln Fuller has returned from Rutland, where sho spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Chandler. The remains of Private I.'. C. Sisters, who died April 22, 19t!, In Coblcnr., Ger many, were brought here Sunday morning and taJcen to Uio home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Sisters. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at two o'clock, the Rev. H. P. Cray of St. Mary's Church officiating. Burial was In St. Mary's ceme tery. Mrs. Sisters wns a member of the First Division, Ambulance Corps. S. A. There will be a meeting of the Farm Bureau at the Com munity club rooms Friday afternoon. Miss Acklcy will give a demonstration on tho tireless cooker. Mrs. F. W, Ill-legs has gone to Brockport, N. V., wh"ic she will spend three weeks with relatives. Mrs. George P. Cole has returned to Burlington "ftcr vls'11 )er " V W"" 7" , 1, , "l". Walter Blssell arc spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Walker In Benson. Charles Memo of New York city Is visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Carrie Memo, for two weeks. Mrs. Marion Vail, widow of Delmar Vail, died at her home In North Orwell Monday at U:."i0 a. m. She was 77 years of age. The funeral was held at the Brandon Con gregational Church yesterday afteraoon. The Rev. Walter Thorpe officiated. Burial was in Pine Hill cemetery. Mrs. Vail is survived hy two sons. lohn IL of Orwell and I. .1. Vail of Boston ncthodist Church of Forestdale win be ncM rviday at tne watcrhouve picnic Krollml5, at ,,ake Dunmore. Teams will )ravo Ule c,UI.ch at Korcstdale at nine o'clock In the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis W. Scvcry of Brooklyn, N. Y and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stafford of Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Severy of Milwaukee. Wis.. Mr. and Mrs. William M. Sevcry of Worcester, Mass., and Miss Sldclla Bercau f Boston spent last week here visiting relatives. ' Tne funeral of Airs. Marlon Vail, who died Monday at her home In North Orwell, was held Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock at tne Brandon Congiega tional Church, the Ttfv. Walter Thorpe officiating. Bunal was In Pino Hill cemetery. Tho bearers were K. H. But- I ton. W. D. Nutting, P. W. Brlggs, H. A. Collins, B. W. Johnson and C. V. Need- ham. The annual sale of fancy articles the Congregational Church was held aA the chapel Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Gladys MacWilllams and Miss Camilla Hauley of Plttsflcld, Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Predigcr of Seminary Hill. Dr. nnd Mrs. K. L. Averill and children spent Tuesday night here with Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Young on their way from Maine to their home In Akron, Ohio, the trip being made by automobile Mrs. George A. Qullty of Bofton is visiting- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Goodrich. R. 11. ICvcrest Is enjoying a week's vacation from the Ives clothing store. Charles Whitney of Columbia City, Ind., G. Alice Whitney and Ruth Plum mer of South Bend, Ind., Mary Whitney of Washington, D. C Mrs. Gladys Whitney Nell and Margaret and Robert Geno of l'lttsford were guests of Mollle Barnard last Tuesday. Prank W. Wil liams and Fred W. Brlggs went Wcdncs- I 'iay on ""slness InP to Boston-Mr. iNaJlc-v ""nor, who has been visiting at the home of her daughter. Mrs. C, C. returned to Shoreham. . Bennett, has RENSON Last.wt-ek Friday, Mrs. Angelinr Fair man, who ref-ides with her daughter on Howard Hill, celebrated her POth birth day anniversary. Her friends made it a real letter day for her. About lOn were present, A program of poems, music -nd speeches was carried out In aappy manner. The following persons Trom ""I of town were present : A daughter, Mrs, John Byrne of South Dakota; two ulsters, Mrs. H. H. Williams and" Mrs. Cheney Braley of Brandon; Mr. and Mrs. John Byrne of Fremont, Neb.: a. niece, Mrs. George Cole ot Burlington; Mr, and Mrs. W, 11. Williams of Tlutland; a niece, Mrs. Helena Flske of Crown Point, N, Y, ; the Itev. and Mrs. l?bcn Grecnlcaf of 1 West Haven; Mr. and Mrs. George Flske ' Wallingford; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Walter Blssell of Newcomb, N. Y and Mr. H. 1 Williams of Brandon. A bountiful repast of Ice cream and cake was served at the closr. John C. Barber and family have moved into Dr. New ton's house at the upper end of the street and the doctor boards with them. B. J. Barber and famy of Orwell were In the village Monday and called on Dr. J. T. Newton.. Washington County MONTPELIER Miss Hvnnder M. Welch, who has been emnloverl in th c....... t fiC0' hnx l"cted her dutta. there and r0i to Banrinlnh .h ... I- i 'nry over what the Board of Control would I approve. George Tuppcr of the Stale tax com- mlssloncr's office has returned from Graf- ton. where he has been In connection with troubles hetwoonhc tax collector and the treasurer, ft appears that their books did not agree. After investigation. Mr. Tun. per found that they agTeed excepting that one item of receipts had not been credited to the collector. This branch of the com missioner's office in frequently called up on under the new arts of the Legislature lo help clear up tax collector's troubles, especially whero the collectors are behind In their collections. The laws now give the commissioner . authority to nroeccd against tho collectors if they do not clean up ineir collections. Robert Macklp. who has been employed for a year In the State treasurer's offlre. completes hl duties August 8, having re- ccivoa ine appointment as office mana gcrtn the Perry Garago company in narro which is a promotion In scrllce, at least, because It will pay him a considerably larger salary than has been paid him In tho treasurer's office. Judge H. B. Chase Friday heard several chancery matters at the Washington coun ty court house. Theso included Morse vs. Stevens, a Lamoille county cas. Some Caledonia county matters and Nathanlal Johnson vs. Flora Huswcll, which devel oped out of nn action in which the parties are reversed In tho case. Mr. Johnson eeeks to secure an Injunction to restrain Mrs. Buswell from an anion that she nar-ten ami wnicn qeyeloped out of a cerv-lelalm sUa had-aainat Johnivn'e brother, , , . 'eently deceased. He claims he Is not liable for his brother's obligations. A hearing Ir, the Carver divorce case oc curred, .tohn and Alice Carver hnvo both brought petitions. She brought one. threo yenrs ago. but It was dropped last term of court for lack of prosecution. Now shr seeks a.n alimony order n.m! custody of the children pending Ihc hearing on the prin cipal Issue on the new petition, The detour sign, which has been at the. head of State street In Montpcltcr for three weeks, was removed Saturday eve ning by direction of S. B, Bates," State highway commissioner. Mr. Bates, Slate oyer the Kast Montpcltcr road Saturday afternoon and found that the Rrdway bridge had been repaired, so that It was not necessary to have the sign up longer and notified one. of the aldermen In Mont pellcr directing that the sign be removed, which was done so that traffic can again assume the usual route between Burling ton nnd the White Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. .leffery passed the week-end In Jericho and adjacent towns. Miss Lena Ross, deputy probation of fleer Is at her home In Rutland by Ill ness. Slln frll .... ,L i Burlington, tripping on the uneven walk, nu received a bad bruise on her forehead. Later, she went to Windsor, where she Mrs' ,Ionri " Palme "cnl ,0 Spring was taken 111 and tnni in i,n- , 'field. Muss., last week to visit her sis- cupernle. The llaganbcck-Wallace circus pre-l,n fcnieci us cntcrta ntnent n Montnet er Monday afternoon nnd evening In Ivn large audiences. One of the Interesting features was that It came over the Mont pellcr & Wells River railroad. It has been mnny a year since a show of 28 circus curs have come over that road and some sav It K the first lime that a circus with long cars like those. Ill this train have come over the line. Two engines were used on the first two sections, while a single en gine drew the third train. They arrived between 10 and 12 o'clock Sunday fore noon and over 0,000 persons during the day gave the show the "once over." Prob ably half that number saw them unload. Owing to th shortage of help about 100 boys helped In setting up the tents, In one Instance a least c tickets were given out to as many boys who helped put up tne nig tent. Two kitten tigers and two i, ).- ,,, . , j , "' Hon Tb ?"d V0O,,:aV,'t a",n-, tnd v IZ peri''a V"" S';"P trZ,u "L fM . a lrr""c tax! for three appearances In the city. Air. and Mm. Frank Cror have taken an appeal from the decision of the pro hate court In this district when the court decided to disallow the will of Rmmn .len nison, late of Montpellcr. following ev- eral hearings In which the heirs, who e.rc I not left much of the deceased woman's . property, presented testimony tending to snow that the deceased had not been nor mal mentally or physically for some year?. F. R. Palmer of Waltsfield has settled bis account In the estate of Melissa Bar- nard late of that town while James .Mac- land Margaret 'Lynch, and was ft" years kay of Barre has settled his account In ' of ag,.. When a voung man ho was em the, estate of Walter S. Milne, late of ployed on the Central Vermont railway. uarre. C. P. Moat of Burlington made his annual Inspection of the water supplies In Northfield, Barre, and Montpellcr Mon day and found the systems In good condi tion, but "Uggcsted that Montpellcr se cure data as to the expense of construct ing a pip line from the reservoir to the main pond with the purpose of avoiding any danger of contamination In the stream between the re.rvolr and the pond. Fig ures for Ihc construction of a filtertntr plant are already betng obtained, which ' would eliminate any danger, Peter Crapo, many years a resident of Montpellcr, but a native of St. Albans Bay. died at Watcrbury Monday after noon and his body was brought to Mont polier that evening. The funeral will take place, from St. Augustine's Church at nine o'clock Thursday morning. He was 71 years of age, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Crapo. and with hl parents came to Montpellcr :. years ago. One son, Joseph, was well known In New England having played with the league baseball teams in this section. The deceased Is survived by his wffe. a son. Israel and a daughter, Olenc; a brother, Israel and two sisters. Mrs. Israel Gadree of Rhode Island and Mrs. Albert Alex of Greenfield, Mass. As far as could W learned the only dis turbance that took place at the circus grounds Monday was the fainting of a daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Carl Wood bury of Northfield. She was taken to tho ladles' dressing room where the circus physk-lan quickly restored her to normal condition. After the quarterly meeting of the Green Mountain Fire Insurance company was held Tuesday It was announced that the company had written over M.OHO.Orti In Tire Insurance In the 12 month of Its history and dividend of two per cent was granted to the stockholders. Those directors present from out of the city were: L. A. Cobb. Island Pond; C. E, Scboff. St. Albans; S. A. Daniels. Brattleboro; Harry Danhels, Bast Montpellcr: James F. Dewey, Quechee; and A. 11. Noyes, St. Johnsbury. Taul Tcvernla, aged (K years, died at his home on Upper Kim street Tuesday night following a few weeks' Illness re sulting from a series of shocks. He was born August 3, Iffo, and lived his early life in New Tork, excepting for a time that he was In Montana. Some 13 years ago he came to Montpellcr and had been employed In the Lane shops here, excepting about three years that he was employed In Springfield, returning to Montpellcr re cently. He Is survived by his son, Mitchell Tevernla, and a daughter, Mrs. M, A. Boulrlce of Springfield. The funcial will probably take place Thursday morning. The body of Miss Julia Brigham ar rived Wednesday night from Lowell, Mass., where sho died and where she had lived for many years. The funeral serv ices will take place at two o'clock Thurs day afternoon, She was native of Mont pellcr and was about 75 yenrs of age and a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. N. Brigham. After passing her early life In this city, she went to Grand Rapids, Mlrh,, where she UWd until she came hack to Lowell, Mass. She Is survived by one hrothe.r, Dr. H. U Brigham of Grand Rapids, but who spends his summers here; also four half mstcrs, of whom Mrs, Maurice W. Dewey of Montpellcr is one. Eldrcd Bushcy, the seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bushry, died at their homo on Berlin street in Montpellcr Tuesday nteht. burial takingplace Wednes day morning because the death certificate stated that de-nth was due to diphtheria. The. child was a bright little fellow born In West Chazy, N. Y and had lived with his parents here for some time, NORTH FAYSTON John Blsbee of Waltsfield, who was Carroll Bishee, youngest son of Mr. and Maying at the Blsbee camp for a fewiMrs. J, C. Blsbee. while walklnr from days, was called home on account of the serious Illness of his son, who was snor.Ked -i, was struck by lightning and re by Ughtnlng.-Glenna Little and Clarenco inalncd unconscious' Ti hours, but It Is Kew were In town one day the past thought no permanent Injuries will re ne.ek. Bert Wllbee of Rochester was In jnnlt. Miss Louisa Kendrlrk of Fairfax town Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Arthur ( Is " guest nl the home, of K. S. Joslin. Ttnve, nf WalmfUM were visitors In town Mr. and Mrs. Merrill evimnhell nt Ran. Sunday. Henry Nelson was-a week-end visitor of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. AV. E. Nelson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcorgo Murray of Barre were callers In town Sunday, Harry Browne of Barre spont a few days this week at tho home of Everett Ballon. Mr, and Mrs. Mathew Strong celebrated their Soth wedding an niversary July 23. All their children were present and a goodly sum of money was presented by friends. Charles Proctor of Watcrbury spent Saturday and Sunday In town. B. E. Bennett nnd Carl Mttrble of Waltsfield were in town one day this week, The MUses Mildred and Beatrice Dunbar of WaltsfleM were Sunday visi tors of their parentfl, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. i Dunbar. Mrs. Hugh Henry, who has been 111 the past week, Is better. WATERBURY CENTER A "go to church" campaign will be started next Sunday; mbjeet, "Why the Church -Needs Men,"--TfceMen'B :Brother- hood m III attend In a hody. The pastor will have something of especial Interest for each Sunday during tho month. Hancy Perry Is quite III nt the home ' Gcorgo Mansllfld, where ho hns been employed. A. A. Nowromb attended tho .postmasters' convention In lliillujid last week Wednes day and Thursday, George Wood In homo from Burlington for a few days. Mrs. Frances Boyer went to lllghgato Springs Tuesday to spend n few days with friends. Silver and Ovlllc Oonya of Rumford Falls, Maine, railed on old friends hero recently. They were students nt Green Mountain Seminary some 50 years ago. Stephen Bennett of Berlin, N. H., Is at tho home of his mother, Mrs. Ahhlo Bruce, who Is III. clatvm e Sargent of Wnrren has nccn at W. W. Marshall's for several days. Several from here attended the circus In Monteller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hutchlna of Montpellcr nre at the Newcomb camn. Mis. Elvira Davis Is entertaining relatives from Montpellcr. Leo Mlnott, who has hecn quite 111, Is rertcd better. Carolyn, Stark and Ger trude Hill of West Burke visited friends here several days last week. WATERBURY 'ter. Mr. Palmer Is assisting his brother 1,,s farm wo,k nm' wl" ,0,n llrr Iatrr I ",l " n iiiriiing m mm numr hi Dorchester, Mass, People here arc glad to hear of the success C. Everett Haines Is making In his studies at Columhla In preparation for the practice of medicine. This year he received the degree of B. S In medicine and In another year, gets his M, D. This summer he Is acting as path ologist at. the Memorial Hospital In Nashua. Junius Whitney of tho Center re mains In a serious condition. Dayton Slncelley of Johnson and Mrs. George Herbert of Middlesex have been at the home of Mr. Whitney. This afternoon at 2:3n o'clock a canning demonstration will he conducted at the Town Hall In Dirx bury by Miss Mildred Bnlce, the new home demonstration agent of Washing ton county. People are asked to bring vegetables for canning. Miss Maud Mc Mullln has charge of the woik for tho town or Duxbury. Mrs. Carl .vines nnu children of Montpellcr who have been of their sister. Mrs. Ira Weseott, returned with Mr. Miles to their home. In town of Duxbury. Mrs. Carl Miles nnd Montpellcr Sunday. Henry Farnsworth and family of Waltsfield were also guests at the Wescott home Sunday. NORTHFIELD Tho funeral of Michael Lynch, Jr., whose death occurred in Crane, Mo., was held from St. John's Church, Thursday morning, the Rov. J. A. Lynch officiat ing. Interment wan In St. John's ceme tery. The deceased was a native of Nortlifleld, the son of the late Michael but for the past 35 years had been West, standing most of his time In Arkansas and Missouri. At the time of his death he was a conductor from Crane. The body was accompanied horc by Mr. and Mrs. James O'Donnell and Charles Doug lass. Mr. O'Donnell and Mr. Douglass represented the Order of Railroad Con ductors and were also elce friends of the deceased, having associated with him for many years. .Mr. Lynch Is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Jerry Duggan of Northfield and Mrs. Margaret McDonough of South Hanover, Mass. Miss Mae Herllhy, who has been spending a two weeko' varatlon with her mother, Mrs. Mary Herllhy, has returned to New Haven, Conn. Mrs. John Croney has received word of the death of her falhei, Thomas Foster, which occurred in Warm Springs, Mont., after a long Illness. The deceased was born In Fort Covington, N. Y Sfi years ago, and had been a frequent visitor In Northfield and vicinity. He Is survived by his wife, five sons nnd two daughters. Interment was In Warm Springs. Mrs. A. !?. Thornell rU Brooklyn, N. Y.. and Miss Alice Doyle of Boston are vIMtlng at the home of their mother, Mrs. Mary Doyle. Mrs. P. Flood, who has been spending sev eral weeks with her son In Brattleboro, has returned home. She was accom panied by her daughter. Miss Agnes Flood, who has been spending a week in Brat tleboro. Mr. and Mrs. James O'Donnell and Charles Dougl.i.-is. who accompanied tho rcmalnn of .Michael Lynch here for burial, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Duggan while In town. They went from here to Boston and on to Washing-ton, D," C. before returning to their home In Crane, Mo. Earl Hut rhlns. who has been working In Hart ford, Conn., Is visiting at the home, of his father, F. B. Hutchlns. Mrs. Eliza beth Cashen of Arlington, Mast".. Is the guest of her sister, Miss Alice Clancey. Miss Anna Glhbs, telephone operator for the Northfield Telephone company, was operated on for appendicitis at the Randolph sanitarium Sunday. A carload looms arrived last week for he Nan tanna Worsted company, and were placed In the mill during the week, It ex pected that the remainder of the looms will arrive soon. Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Burbank of Cabot were guests of Mrs. Burbank's sister. Mrs. C. A. riumley. the first of the week. Their daughter, Miss Pauline Burbank, is spending a week at the home of her aunt in town. Word has been received here of the- death of Jamc D. Snow, a former resident, which occur red at his home In Walpolc, N. H, The deceased was fin years old and is sur vived by his wife, and three sisters, Miss Etta Snow or Northfield, Mrs. H. C. .iv.-riu ui uranury ana .Mrs. E. o. Young oi isciiows ran. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Bullock and children, who have been spending the past week in town at the homo of Mr Bullock's sister, .Mrs. W. H. Hardin, have returned to their hom in Springfield, Mass.-.Mr. and Mrs. G. Neal Sylvester have movt d from Mrs. Inez Woodbury's house on Vine Mrt I to the. Kidder hontn on the corner of Vine and Pearl .strccts.-Mrs. G. F. Ilubh II and son, Yarrington, who have been visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. R. Herllhy. in Quincy. Mass., ami oth-r relatives In j Huston, have returned home Tho Unlvcr tallst Church held its last service Sun day until September 3 to allow the pas tor and parishioners a month's vacation. -Mr. and Mra. E. Kerr have gone to Boston. Mr. Kerr will remain for sev. rral weeks with friends, hut M ! will return the, latter part of tr rs. Kerr part of the week, WAITS FIELH Morctown t ohls home Wednesday July jdolph were gur.'jts of Mrs. Lois Smith .-Minnay.-.Mr. and Mrs H. ('. Billings en- "Tinmen i,e choir of the Methodist Church at their home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred i-aimcr have Issued invitations to tho marriage of their daugh ter, Miss Gladys M. Palmer, and Walter Mr Oaylord on Tuciav. August 3, at eight o'clockMrs, Agnes Camphell and daughter, Helen, returned July 21 to their home In Omaha, Ncb.-C. C. Abbott of Wateibury was a business visitor In town the past week. The Epworth Lcnguo of the Methodist Church gave a farewell recrptlon to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Billings Thursday cvening.-Mrs. Lute Savage and son, Mcrritt. returned Lily 21 to their Ivomc In Omaha, Neb.-Scveral from this place attended the ball game in Morctown Saturday af-ternoon.-Raymonii Campbell of Ran dolph was a visitor In wwii Sunday.-Thn Home circle met with Mrs. Clara MIHcr Wednesday afternoon and Mippor wan served-on-tba lawn.njr,.and Mrs-Her bert Gleason and Mrs. L. P, Gleason of Montpellcr were guests of friends In town July 2I.-Mrs. R. J. oicaton and Mlus Louise Gleason aro the guests of relatives In Montpellcr. SOUTH WOODBURY . J. C. Brown of Fitchburg, Mats,, and sister. Mrs. Frances Scott Towne, of Saratoga, N, Y and daughter, Mrn. Shorter nf Kansas City, Mo,, are quests In town. Frank Thompson has purchased of Haskell, fr. Swain tho farm, known as tho Byron Pierce place. L. C. Swain left for Boston Monday. His family will Join 111 m later In the week. The Rev. McCarty will occupy tho pulpit next Sunday In the absence of tho Rev. M. W. Hole en his vacation. lonne Summer, who crashed his font while working on the quarry, la improving slowly. WARREN "Mr. and Mrs, Earl Fuller were In Waterbury Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Ira Carlton of Portsmouth, N. H are In town. Mildred McKcgg of Springfield, JlaM., Is In town. Ray Grccnwod of Windsor Is visiting In town. Mr. and Mrs. George Strong of Hartford, Conn., arc guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bernard of Brandon were In town Sun day, Irvin Rlckctts of Windsor Is visit ing his brother. Mrs. Matilda Moore Is visiting friends In Barre. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nell and son were In Barre. Mon day. Mre. Nettle Martin Is spending a few deys In Montpellcr with friends. WORCESTER Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Allison and family of Medford, Mass., nre guosts of tho Rev. and Mrs. Fred Engles for n short time. Mr. and Mrs. George Coleman of Dorchester, Mass., with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coleman of Boston, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gibson at their home on Hampshire Hill for a few week, .lohn Ross of Springfield, accompanied by his aunt, Mrs. Lester Durkce, of Duxbury, visited Ills sister, Mrs. Frank Pierce, last week. Howard Reynolds ot East Barre visited relatives In town Sun day. Jonn Richardson and Hale Rich ardson, ivho have been very 111 for some time, arc reported a little better. Thci e will be a picnic awl general get-together for a good ttme and better acquaintance at tho La Chaperic Grove on the old Johnson farm on Wednesday, August 4, to which a general Invitation is extended. AU who can attend should make an effort to do so. Teams to carry all who wish to attend will lea' the church at 9:30 a. m, The affair will be under the man agement of the Rev. and Mrs. Fred Englc. MIDDLESEX Mr. Orlo Barncrd and son, Milo, of New York State called In town Tuesday en route from Woodsvllle N. H., to theh homc Raymond Carr of Barre accom panied by his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. lngahran of Barre, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Swift. The boarders at Levi Swifts were delayed one day In starting on their homeward trip by rain. They started Thursday morning and expected to reach their home Saturday evening. Cards telling of their arrival in Albany, N. Y , have been received by the Swifts. The Uev. Mr. Sallls will have a musical service on "The Life of Christ," next Sunday evening. It Is ho)ed that many will be present as It will be an Instructive and pleasant service. The program for the next Grange meeting, August 2. will be: Roll call, by telling our "funniest" experience; song: current events, Orwill Arldcr; song, .Mrs. Nettle Miles: discussion, "Are We Representing As Much As W Ought," and "What Can We Do With Our Idle Acres," James Ncwhall and John Arbuckle; recitation, Mrs. James Buck; "What Can Our Grange Do Towards Reviving Our Country Church," Mr. TIllitAon; surprise feature, Mrs. Minnie Rlchardjon. The Middlesex Valley Gramee has been In vited to attend neighborhood night with Mirror LaVe Grange August S. A large delegation should respond to the Invita tion. The Pomona meeting la to be held with Shad Rill Grange August 25. Windham County WESTMINSTER H. C Rogers of Troy, N. H., has moved his family Into W. V. Parr's tenement Mrs. Sherman Davis is stopping with Miss H. N. Farr.-H. S. Wright and fam ily moWed to Greenfield Sunday. Much complaint Is heard of fast driving of aulos through the main street. The tobacco crop Is looking good and promisee a large yield. Windsor County WHITE RIVER JUNCTION The body of Riley Watson, a CMl War veteran and native of Swanton, -who died In Concord. N. H Thursday, the 2Cnd, was brought to the home of his son, E. Merton Watson, and the funeral held from the home, at one o'clock Saturday after noon, with service by the Uev. L. L. Dunnington. pnstor of the Congregational Church. The body was taken to Northfield for Interment. The Journey to Northfield was hy aliens and the body was accom panied by relatives and friends. Mr. Wat son was in his 2nd year and he was a member of Company M,. of the 11th Ver mont Regiment In the Civil War. His death occurred at thf home of his sister, Mrs. Mary Dlckerman, In Concord, and two .laughters, besides tne son, sur1vc him. The daughters arc Mrs. H. II. Giisha of Wilder village and Mrs. Ira Ordwaj of Corinth. The deceased G. A. R. veteran Is also survived by a brother, Melville Watson, of Randolph, now i years of age. On August fi. a Grand Army of the Republic and American Lcgjon basket picnic will be held on the playgrounds at Dewey's Mills, this under the auspices of Randell Post. G, A. R. of Woodstock. All veterans of the Civil and World wars are Invited and urged to attend; There wilt be a program of speaking and music and the rpeaklng will Include the recital of personal experiences In all wars. Mrs, S. E. Plngrec returned home Tues day from an extended visit to the home nf relatives In Now York state and Connecticut. She Is In her Mnt year, but made the trip alone, Mrs Pingree has Just learned to operate a now automobile In which she brings the governor, now in his RHh year, to and from his Junc tion law office and the Hartford vlllare home. KenneUi T. Allan 1s at the home of his mother, Mrs. T. T. Allan. Miss Jessie Turner, Injured In an automobile accident Sunday hy Its plunge down an embankment nn the road between Queche ond West Hartford village, was taken to the Mary HltchcoeV' hospital, Hanover, Wednesday for an X ray examination. Her right ami was broken nnd it was thought that her right shoulder bone was likewise broken. ROCHESTER The Rev. and Mm. Crcney ami Mr. P. A. Keyer were In White River Junction Friday to attend an execu tive meeting nt the W. C. T, It of Windsor county. Mrs. F. A. Kaymt was in Randolph Saturday vintting' her sister, Mrs. Fish, Ralph Duffeny and hln sister, Racholl, arc In. town pack ing and fending tholr household (roods to St. Alhans, where Ralph has a posi tion on the C. V. Railway. Hugh llonry and Miss Pollard of Maplewood, N. J are visiting in town, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Edgrrto of Spring field were In town Sunday. Tho Sacra ment of the Lord's Supper will be ad ministered afterT tire moral trgcervice next Sunday at the Methodist Church. Mrs. Kollonsby has returned to her homo In St. Johnsbury after upending two weeeks horn with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will McCray. isabcllo Noble ban gono to White River Junction, whoro sho haj) a position. Tim stand ard hearers wilt meet at It. E. Nobles' thlH evening. The thank offering will be rrcolveel at thin meeting. The V!p' worth Lcajran of tho Methodist Kplsco pal Church held an entertainment and Ice-cream nale Tuesday evening.- Tho Rov. an.l Mrn. Mason Sharp of Mllford, N. H.i arc visiting In town for tw weeks. Mrs. Clark of Detroit, Mich., Is vIMtlng her cousin, Mrs. F. A, Kcyer. Charles Martin, Mrs. Harvey and Mrs. Edna Stockwell spent a very enjoyable day Saturday at the. home (of C. U. nilllngs. The. Rev. J. P. Mar vin win nave mo imiiiin oi Annual ior his vacation. SOUTH ROY ALTON Mrs. George Brown returned last week from Lowell, Mass., where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Picrro and daugh ter, Miss Cora. acorge White, brother of Mrs. Mark Lovcloy Is visiting at Mr. Lovejoy's. Mr. White was connected .with the military service In France, and jhas vls'lted Honolulu and many other (places of Interest. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian iFrary, who have been living In Walpolc, Mass., have purchased the farm formerly owned by Horace Whitney and will move there soon. Mrs. Frary was formerly iMIss Doris Lovejoy and graduated from I the high school two years ago. Miss Icclla Steele has returned home after an labsencc of sovera.1 months. She expects to enter a college. In Indiana In Septem bcr. Dr. J. H. Judklns and .Mrs. Judklns I of Northfield were recent vltJlora of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Klbbcy. i MAN-EATING SHARKS One of the Lnrgct of 'throe Measure 40 Frrt In length An the "open sea&on" for sharks ap proaches, South, American liners arriv ing in New York report the sighting of these sea ynonsters, a fact which lends Interest to the following communication to the National Geographic Society by Dr. Hugh M. Smith, a world-famous authority on fish: "When giant fishes are mentioned most people will at once think of the shark, among which, Indeed, are found the largest fish now existing," writes Dr. Smith. "Of the many species of sharks noteworthy on account of their size there arc about half a dozen which are pre-emhient. These differ much In their disposition, some being as harmless as doves and others the incarnation of ferocity. "Tho sleeper shark (Somnlosus micro eephalus). whose scientific name fits It so admirably, appears to have developed its body at ihc expense of its brain, for It Is a sluggish, stupid glutton, about six times as long as an average mah. At home, in the Arctic regions, It sometimes makes visits as far south as Cape Cod, the British Isles and Oregon. It Is most often observed lying quietly on the sur face, apparently dozing and easily ap proached, but at times, when hungry, It rouses Itself and fiercely attacks whales, biting huge pieces out of their sides and tails, and when feeding on the carcass of a whalo which has been killed by hunters it is so' voracious that It permits spears and knives to be thrust into It without seeming to take any notice. "One of the most prodigious and perhaps the nwt formidable of sharks fs the man-eater" (Carcharodon corcharias). It roams through all temporate and tropical seas and everywhere in an object of dread. Its maximum length is 40 feet and Its teeth are three Inches long. While there are few authentic instances of sharks attacking human beings fprior to the recent tragedies), there have un doubtedly been many case. where sharks simply swallowed people who had fallen overboard, Just as they would swallow any other food. How easy it would be for a man-cater to devour a person whole, may be Judged from the finding of an entire hundred-pound sealion in the stomach of a .Tn-foot shark on the Cali fornia coat. A certain man-eater .VT1-2 feet Jong had Jaws 20 Inrhes wide, inside mca.nire, and teeth 21-2 Inches long. This may have been the 'great fish' of the scripture narratives, and it is pos sible that at that time much larger man eaters existed than are now known, as shark teeth with edges five Inches long haTe been found on the sea-bottom, and these are believed by naturalists to have belonged to sharks nqt lontT dead. The phosphate beds of South Carolina yield very large fossil teeth of a shark whch was related to the man-eater of the present day: Judging from tho cormpara trve size of these teeth. Professor Gonde thought that sharks 70 or SO feet long must have been common. "Many years ago a Norwegian bishop in a learned paper brought to the atten tion of the scientific and theological worlds a fharfc which he attempted to prove must have been the 'great fish" that swallowed Jonah. This was the basking shark fCetorhrma rmrimus) known also as the elephant or bone shark, which Is an Inhabitant of the. polar seas, but occasionally strays as far south as Virginia and California, and in former years was not rare on the Cnited States and British coasts. The species has the habit at times of collect ing in schools at the surface and basking in the sun with Its back partly out of water, ft reaches a maximum length of ,V) feet and is exceeded In hire bv onlv three or four animals extant. Provided with small teeth it feeds on fishes and floating crustaceans, and Is not of a ferocious disposition. It Is dangerous only by virtue of Us great bulk and when attacked Its powerful tall easily de mofishca boats. In former years the basking shark was hunted for its oil on Hie coast of Norway and Ireland; It was aiso narpoonerl on the shore of Mais achusetts in the early part of the last century, and as many as 12 barrels of on were sometimes obtained from tho liver or one snarK. mere are. marry records of basking sharks 2S to 3S feet long from the coast of New York, Massachusetts, and Maine, but the species has not been common In our waters In recent years. "Tho largest of all fishes, the largest of all cold-blooded animals and the larg est of aJI existing animals, with the ex ception of a few species of whales. Is the whale shark JIRMtwodon typierus), or iginally deteribed from Good Hope, hut now known from India. Japan, South America. Panama, CaBfornla, and various other plce, a small specimen having been obtained on the Florida coast a few years ago. This shark has a very broad and obtuse snout and an exceedingly wide mouth armed with numerous minute teeth; the dark-colored body is marked with many small whitish spots. The species is stated to attain a length of 70 fet and 'Is known to exceed SO feet, Not withstanding its Immense size, however, it is harmless to man unless attacked, and feeds on the small creatures for which its teeth aro adapted. Its huge bulk makes It dangerous in the same way that a whale.. is dangerous. Yearn ago it was reported that th sperm-whale fishermen at the island of Saint Dents, in the Indian Ocean, dreaded to harpoon a whale shark by mistake, and stories are told of a harpooned fish, 'having hy a lightning like dive exhausted the supply of hope w"hlch had been accidentally fastened to the boat, dived deeper still, and so pulled a pirogue and crew to the bottom. " If you have never paid much attention to iie advertlEimentts, test them out Convinc yourself ot their. Teal value. nnw uun nuunpuno on fioirrnnr for n DnTIInn' l.t..r, Stone Mgh Hme Won Fame and Other Things (From the Rutland News) mhn I... . . ,.UI .1... . .... cause of an agreement between the tw Is) to deliver a course of lectures at tl Slimmer firlinnl fn- t...l ,,THln Stories of Vermont History. ' A histor ail himself. Mr. Sinn ul.nutrl innr,rl.l an uio more, the historical value some of tli correspondence which . ....... . ...1.1 imiiirvil i'.iakl to thr. callinc nf tlm J-pccUl pesston Mr. Ktnnr, should, tiy any rhanc. 111 iiiuiu fivr i in ti r r inirrnr.iinff in t general public than, perhaps, wh, Wlnooskl Is the Indian name for Onlo or some other perplexing problem Vermont history. AN AFTERNOON VISIT (From the Vermont Tribune) 1IU, Jl.l I, .I1.. - . ... ..nn.. ..t.ll f fll. .1. 1 . V. ... it were well enough that the people Plymouth should gather to gTcet an congratulate, a native nf thrlr town b ltad been highly honored It were ve enough, too, that Windror county shou! .-...v.. um ,11.11 IllfU the. neonln nf Mnntn,.Hfr yi rnUnk.,, Netvnnrf anrl nil.., vnpilnnn ...... ... t -. not have to leave huslncss and other en (Vl. rcmxsfnn. rtf fn.P..K-U.. ...1- But they came, hy the hundreds. Wja i Mrt-i mt:r n-L-t'ii nic present uovemor o AfsttulriUlliiAM., 1. .... 1-1 t i. reputation. With the people of Ply mouth, and many of the people, of Wind sor county, the personal regard elemen had a lot to do with the, visit. But a to the others what was the motive? That afternoon visit was more than Plymouth, affair. It was more than cuumy or oiaio anair. 11 was a na tlonal affair. It was a pci-sonal tribute certainly. But It was more than that It WflH An .Ynrulnn nf I II , ...I..- U. cause, of hinn- rpnf.nnl ,tnnn , Af a utta nli ,,ul o ,! . . i there, and had achieved things the si? nlf tfoititA ...ht.h r . the Bay State limits and touched the en tire nation. And because of all this :inrl nlcrhnnr rt. rrllcu nf r.,tw nKI4, Hnn. anrt hitnrli-alu nf 1.1 ...a " . -.... lJ IC .Ul.i LUII.idllilri IF. Ill flnrl thus m.nir.u, l...l Inlih J .V.. ly stood In the face of an emergency. NEWS TOLD IN BRIEF American Sugar company is offering re fined sugar for January to March deliv ery at 17 cents, less usual discount of two In- ln.mAtU,n .t.lnMAn, nf 1-1 American is understood to have some tu- gar in hand for future delivery next year at about 12 to 13 cents, and this offcrin; of refmed is made against such low-pric ed raws. I I New York city contributed Lr5,Mn.(yiO i fir over a fifth of the. total federal tax ; JtJ iiiuiiiJ. ill Jim I'liuc'i oniio o-. i.'j. nit. j jw, r.jM.fli.i aKrei.ie u.cceuuig cmuiiilcj by nearly 3no,ono,0nr. Revenue Burciil ......... f n ,,n-. fnr nirh to collect taxes. Senate adopted a law regulating price ot wheat 4hr ratp fK-ed hrlne 100 francs J quintal. The MUnl qulnta lin France 11 231.46 pounds avoirdupois. Latest exchange value of a franc is 7.fiD cents. On thic basiJ the government fixed price of wheat it equivalent to J2.00 1-1 a bushel of fi pounds. WHKX I1AHY GOES TO CHbllCH CFrom the Springfield Reporter) They lead him in some Sunday morn In suit of white all spick and ipaiJi And high upon a pew seat perch A somewhat wondering little man. His curls are brushed to silken sheen. His eyes are mischievous and bright, And like two rosy apples are The cheeks you'd denrly love to bite. His wandering stare encounters smile As 'round he looks from north to soutJi Or east to west until, abashed, He sticks a finger In his mouth. Recovering his bang-frold, He pulls the hymn-books from the rick- There's not a picture In the lot. And so he Jams them roughly back. He. whirls a palmleaf fan a-bout The congregation all to cool, And in a solemn husk kicks out And overturns a kneeling ftool, He thinks the show is awful slow, You learn from loud stage-whisper hlflti And dear old lady Just in front Hands over pinkish peppermint. I'pon an anthem choir embark? And high soprano notes are ringin;. When in a pause the whole church bs.ir Distinctly, "He don't like the singing-" With sheepish grins the choir subsides. There's sudden tmothered gigfllnf sound. And e'en the pastor drops hir head And rather quickly backs around. The mother, blushing fiery red, Commands that he must quiet keep "The minister Is going to preach ' (And how she pray3 the scamp will sleep), But no; he ryes the pulpit-man With disapproval growing strong. And finally declares aloud "He thinks 'that Bible' much too lonj." From covert winks the rest exchans. The pastor very swiftly finds The others have the same idea. And to an end his sermon winds. Then as. by stern maternal hand The Ifttle rogue is dragged from new. Those left behind sincerely hope Not too severe a spanking's due. THE NEW GEOLOGY In connection with recent earthquikae In Mexico a darky preacher down in Texas Is taid to have evolved a remark able theory, which seems lo fit in very well with certain existing lirrumstancfE He promulgates his theory of the earth quakes as follows: "We ha? received anudder wamin' not to go pe3tleatln' Into de ways ob Provi dence. De carf, my breddren, rovolutes on Its axels, as we do now all know, and wn all know dar mils' be sumefin ti grease dem axels and It take a right sma't ob grease to do It. So dr good lord done put do 'troleum Inside de ear to .keep de axels greased. Den byma bye 'long come all dese hyah oil compan les. pnnrhln' holes down Into the beartn' and do oil al comes tqulrtcn' out. Fust thing wo know dar's a hot box, and d carf squeaks and Jots and rumbles ami dat's dc earfquakc, and if dey don't quit pretty soon dcre won't ho no nioah great left and tho carf wll Ftlck tight on Ha axels and wotVt go round no moah"'-J, W. Savrry Ma"rket Letter. you know vhat Is advcrtlbed to-dy you C4& do tout buylosr with economy.