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cer.Uy born to Mr. and Mrr Heorge I
lienor --u uour K. Ball and Stephen
Vouiian have been am-o.pteo nnmmk.
ntoncr of the. estate of Uun'ce Serjuin and 1 Mr- an,! Mrs- 11 D teller of llines-rt-lll
hold tneir tr:. mTtintr August 0 ! v""; wf,rc recent guerti of Miss Helen U.
from one o'rlu"l; p. m.. to four o'clock. I Wfllnr. Mr and Mrs Mender .Martin of
p. rn at the 'lonu- of S. :. Noonan of ' TJurllnuton attended the funeral of Ben
Ferrlsburg. About 1? members of the J "run Gordon Wednesday. B. 1 Delong,
Verefnties I'iun cluh'rhoot held Friday! "nn nas h,,en confined to his bed by Ill
afternoon. Dr Vance M. Waterman was ' nf,RS the past three weeks, s much bet
high gun with a score of 21 out of a pos
fclble 05. F. w. I.eheou sc-ond score with
1-0. Mr and Mrs James Walker of New
York city on an auto tour through Ver
mont, were the guests of .Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel T Donelley Frirtav Miss Ituth
Harrington during the absence of her par
ents, Mr and JIrs. John A. Harrington,
at the Harrington homestead In Weyhrtdgo
Is making her home with Mrs. Cell It.
Bristol. Martin Brown of Wilmington j rlinK" August 17 by CA small children. This
railed 'on Postmaster John H. Donnelley I entertainment has been pronounced a
Friday The Rev. F. M. Hagartorn "f Pleasing success whenever given. Mrs.
Bristol had charge of the open air serv- r!o!'( M' Ivs and her Chicago friends en
Ice at the Loomls grove Sunday. ! Joyed a trip to Lake Dunmorc Wednesday
Over :00 automobiles from tile' neighbor- 5lr? T R. Thomar. The funeral of
Ing towns were parked on Main Mreet 1 n' Gordon ,vas nel'' Wednesday morn
Faturday. morning. Mrs. George Glllett.i inB at tf,n o'clock at St. Ambrose's
of Burlington spent Saturday with her I Church. The Rev. N. L. Archambault of
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Barnard. I flclatcd. The bearers were George Nlck-
-Mr art! Mrs. Geoice Ilatelton and I
daughter. Marlon, of White Plains, N. Y., j
are visiting Jlr. and .Mrs. William H. 1
1111 il.
Jackman. William C. Kimball has sold I
tne property known as the Webster place j
on the west side of the river to Luella J.
Green of Jay, X. Y Assistant Postmas-
ter Miss Mildred Taber ha:- returned from .
a two weeks' vacation nt Camp Horh- I
eleca. Grand Isle.-Mrs A. F. Billiard of (
uiungion is spending a lew nays wnn
her daughter, Mrs. Fred W. Flagg. War
ren Kellogg went Monday to Camp Ab
nakl for a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and
Mrs. Kdward Aunclunan of Orwell ve
iled his sister, Mrs. David i: Rsan. Sun
day The Ladles' Aid society of the Ver
gennes Methodist Hpiscopal Church will
meet Friday afternoon with" Mrs. Hattie
Garter. The Rev, and Mrs. .). Ulmer Mc
Kee of Bennington visited former parish
ioners hero last w.eek. Miss Margaret
Croft of Waterbury, Conn., Is vMting
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Wheeler, Miss Mary T. Alden of New
York city is making a two weeks' visit
to Mrs. Mathew Daniels. Mls Ruth
Harrington spent Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Harrington
at the Harrington homestead in Wey
brldge. The Vergennes town baseball i
to 14. Batteries for Burlington, Fitzpatrick
and Newton, Vergennes, Walter, Hcott nnd
Stewart; umpire, Jennings; home runs, A.
Cole, C Jordon, J. Hamel nnd W. Pcott of
the local team and Weymette for the vis
itors. There were about i present. Noi -bert
Rivers Is spending a week in Burling
ton with his aunts. .Mrs. Ollvn Canning
and Mrs. Frank Rafter Thomas Ryan,
who is spending his vacation in Orwell,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
J3. Ryan.
An addition L'x22 feet is being built on
the Oarrow and Fisher garage which
will be used for an office and the present
office will be used for battery service.
Alderman Arthur V. Sorrell, has the con
tract for the work Mrs. Alma .Sawyer
jot Kensington, Md., Is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs. Albert A Hunt. Miss Kdlth
Bristol has tcturned from a two weeks'
vacation at Camp Hoelielega, Grand Isle.
Miss Florence Mlddlebrook underwent
a successful operation at the Mary Flet
cher Hospital Monday. Tho condition nf
Miss Gertrude Piper, -who recently under
went an operation for appendicitis nt the
Mary Fletcher Hospital is satisfactory.
.Mr, and Mrs. William Rogers of Wor
cester, Mass., are visiting his brother,
Edward Rogers. Nelson J. Itenaud left
yesterday for Worcester, Mass,, whero
he will visit his brother-in-law. Henry
Bloan. Before his return he will visit Ills !
son, Frederick, in Southhrldge, Mass.,
and his daughters, Edith and Marguerite,
tit New York city. During his absence,
.Mrs. Renaud will conduct his news stand
and A, H, Godtte will have rharge of the
barber shop. Mrs, W, R. Warner left
Tuesday for Keesevllle, N. Y., where
she was called by tho serious Illness of
her brother-in-law, Dr. K. J. Severance.
Watson Rogers and Herrlck Bristol
have returned from Camp Abnakl, whoro
they have been spending a two weeks'
vacation. Mrs. Anderson of Princeton,
X, J.i Is visiting Mrs. Wallace C. Fonte.
Arthur Daniels has returned to Burling
.ton after a visit to his parents, Capt. and
Mrs, M H. Daniels.
The body of Dr, K. J, Severance, who
riled Tuesday In Keesevllle, N, Y,, will be
brought here for hurial. Dr. Severance
was a. former resident of Vcrgennes and
rnarrled Kate Foss, daughter of ex-Postmaster
F. H. Foss of Vergennes, Alder
man Levi H. Brown and Moses Garrow
left yesterday on a trip to northern New
Vork. George Gee and family. of Bur
lington are visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Gee. Miss Mary H. Mack haa
returned to Albany, N. Y after visiting
her uncle. Thomas Mack. The Rev. nnd
Mrs. William F. Frazler are the parents
of a ton, born uesday. Mrs. A. F. Bullard
returned Tuesday to Burlington after a
visit to her daughter. Mrs. Fred W. Flagg,
H was accompanied by hen daughter,
who will remain with her for a week's
visit. Mr. find Mrs. H. C. Herrlck. Miss
Jennie Bristol and Miss Ornce E. Kings
land made nn auto trip In Burlington
yesterday. Miss Margaret Crtitl of
Wntcrhury, Conn., who Is mending her
vacation with her aunt, Mrs. W. 11.
Wheeler, has gone for n week's visit In
New Hampshire.- Mrs. Lydla nlckard
and daughter, Miss Florence Rlckard,
have returned to Tlcondrroga, N". V., after
a visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Day.
Mrs. T. Neville was a visitor In nurllng
ton yesterday. Miss Margaret Rohare of
Lawrence, Mas., Is visiting her mother,
Mrs. John M. Alden.-Mrs. W. J. Thomp
son, Mrs. Klla Muelller, Mrs. Stella
Ingham and daughter, Prudence, were In
nurllnclon Tuesdav tn attend the Uagen-
heck-U'allaqe clrc'us.-R ' I,avls o(
North Adams, Mnss., visited friends hero
rtln t.vnn of Boston Is
spending his annual vacation with Mr.
and Mrs. W. II. Adams, Sr.
The friends of Miss Mildred Morgan
gave her a surprise shower party Thurs
day evening at her home on Church
street In honor of her npproachlng mar
riage to Dr. Walter 11. Panforth of
Chester. Pa. Miss Morgan received many
beautiful and useful gifts, Including cut
glass, silver and aluminum ware. Re
freshments of cake and sherbert were
served. A nine-pound daughter, Betty
Jane, was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. James
C. Norton on Mountain street Saturday
Mr. and .Mrs. Frnnk Hamilton of Wash
ington, 1). C, are spendlm; their vaca
tion with Mr. nnd Mr.--. W. C. Bingham.
Dr. and Mr?. O. F. Kdmunds have re
turned from a two weeks' vacation ppon'.
In Maine. There will bo no meeting of
m .Maine, mere win in. in. um-uuu.h ui
lnp I'-tileratert Ladles' Aid society thin
wock.-.Mr. and Mr. Josh G rover of New
nvcn M111ft hnve i,0,1Rl)t jIrs, Cora
Small's house onKitih avenue and will
I move, here s'o.in. Mr. and Mrs. J, O.
Baxenda'c of Boston w. re In town Mon
, day. Krr.cM Snortr.nn .if I'tlca, N. Y.,
Is vtolUng ills mother, !!'!, .Martha Slier
Beach, man. -Mrs. I. (S Page and two sons and
Miss Bertha llewlt! are In camp at Long
Point.. Benjamin Cordon died ot a hos
pital in Boston Sunrtny night of cancer
of tho. liver. The icmaiiis wero brought
nere Tuesday and the funeral was
held al St. Amhrose'w Church yester
day at len o'clock. Mr. Gordon had te
sided in Bristol for many years and wa.
held In lilgh esteem. He bought a farm
and moved io New Hamn.-hirc. this snrlnc.
Hn Is .survived by n widow and an adopted
daughter The Rev. F, M. Ilagadorn and
family return Thurfday from tlielr vaca
tion. Services "ill be held in th Fed
crated Church !-unday. CIis.i meeting
at ii'.'Srt. Prt-.iel'ing .it 10-1". Sunday school
at l2:fl r.i. Renins service at 7:30. All
i an. cofdlally invited lo these services.
ter. He was cared for by Mr. nnd Mrs.
C T. Lafayette. The Treasure Seekers
e 'end a cordial invitation to all the la
d of the congregation to meet at D. B.
F.irmelee's August 11 for the annual pic
nic Each lady Is expected to take a
spoon, fork, cup and something good to
eat. Automobiles will be provided. The
Order of Eastern Star will give the home
talent play entitled "Tom Thumb's Wed-
'nvr- Ldwa.-d Lamb, Charles LAfayette
"ml LMv
ML ft.
and I.dward Lafajette. The hurial was in
wu l I1" f i'ineicrj. i no nev. it.
" Linnell and family starts this morn-
:"S for Chelsea, Mn3s., on a month's va-
ailon to be spent In Massachusetts and
Rhode Island,
jln an(I Mrf;, H h Hemenway and John
-ive'.ch and familv motored to Blue Rldee.
N Y., for blueberries Sunday. Mr. and
J r.. Joseph Phileaw and niece and nephew
were week-end guests of Mrs. Phllenw's
s.ner, Mrs. Herman Austin. Mr. and Mrs.
Georgo Thurston of Lebanon. N. H have
returned homo after a week's visit with
her brother, Frank Allarri, of this town.
Mrs. Jessie Iyondergnn and daughter and
Harold St. John spent Sunday with Mrs.
Londergnn's sister. Mrs. John Petty of
Fotestdale. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Florey
have returned to their home in this town
after a short visit In Detroit, Mich.,
I where Mr. Florey went after a motor
car. Mrs. Andrew Doner, who has been
spending a week with her daughter, Mrs.
Fred Delong. lias returned to her
daughter's. Mrs. Clayton Bennett, in Bran
don. Mrs. II. K. Wright and two children
ire spending a few days with her mother.
Kmeline Converse, In Burlington.
Mr. and Mrs. George Necdham and little
daughter, Janet, have returned to their
homo in Albany, N. Y., after spending a
few days at the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I.. B. Needham. Mrs. O. O.
Bascom has as her guests her mother,
Mrs. Proctor, and her sister, Miss Agnes
I'roetor, of Ludlow, Mass. Mrs. M. B.
Wilcox and daughter, Miss Ruth, have
been on an auto trip to Montpeller, the
I mrmer nome oi .Mrs. wncox. . uouiy
of Littleton, N H., who Is spending the
summer In Mlddlcbury, has been spending
tlio week with her sister, Mrs. Guy M.
Cook. Miss Mildred Phelps has returned
from Twin Lake ramp, whero she has
been caring for a patient. Miss Hazel
Kclcham of Middlehury was a recent
guest of Mrs F. K. Llllle. John Stevens
and daughter, Hlinor, passed last week
in Peru, N. Y. Miss Shirley Smith nf Vale
University Is a guest of her aunt, Mrs.
K ,E. Young. Mrs. Josephine Belangcr
Is entertaining her sister and niece from
Methuen, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. G, B.
Wright have returned from Washington,
D, C C'harles Wright and son, Murray
Wright, of Fergus Falls, Minn., nre also
at tho Wright home, Tho many friends
of Miss Grace Doano wero saddened to
hear of her critical Illness at the home
of her narents. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Donne,
in Burlington. The Doano family were
farmer residents of Orwell and have many
friends. Mrs. Mnrion Vail died Monday
at her home In North Orwell, Sho was the
widow of Drlmar Vail, who died some
years ago. Sho leaves two sons, I, J
Vail of Boston and John ,who lived with
his mother. Sho also leaves three grand
children John Janann and Marlon, cnil
dren ot Mr. and Mrs. I, J, Vail.
The funeral of Mrs. Cleora (Colby)
Hoag. wife of William Hoag, was held
Sundav afternoon at two o'clock at
the Methodist Church, tho Rev. D. W.
Reld of Sallshury, a former pastor, of
flciatlng. Burial was In Maple ceme
terv. Funeral hvmns wero sung by a
quartet composed of W. E. Butterfleld,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rhodes and Mrs
Stolla Bristol, with Mrs. John Benton
as orftanlst. Tho bearers were George
Garland, Wallace Norton, Luther
Rhodes and J. L. Bean. Mrs. Hoas lied
early Wednesday morning followlner a
protracted Illness from a shock sus
tained several years agro. She was 77
years nf age, a daughter of the late
Stephen and Arvllla Colby, and a life
long resident of the town, Besides the
husband, who devotedly cared for her
dur'ng the long perloi of Illness, Mrs.
iioag Is survived by one brother, Irv-
, Ins Colby, Friends and relatives vero
presont from Burlington, Bristol, War
ren and Providence, R. I. A meeting:
of the Industrla w!U bo hold Thursday
afternoon af tho homo of Mrs, W, A,
Lee. Dr. W. A. Davison of Burlington
supplied the pfii'pit of the, United
Church Stinting morning. Following
the service "n bnslrio'sH meetlMc was
hold at which ttmp a unanimous call
i-nurr.n was exienucn uic ue.v.
V. H. Smith 'of Hammond, N. Y. It In
expectel that! Mr. Smith will take up
the work here September 1. A danco
W'lll he given In Jackman and Garland's
hall Friday cvonlnir. L. C. Haiti of
Bristol has sqld all of his real estate
and personnl property In this town, In
cluding mountain lots hnd farm, to tho
last block cppipany. Fred Jackman
and family of Bristol spent Sunday at
the homo of Lewis Jackman. Mrs.
Chapman of Hlnes,burR ha been visiting-
her son, .Frank CJinpma.n. Morton
Halo ond family of Cabot arc in t'own
for a few' days. Dr." A. M. , Cram of
Brldgewater nnd Mr. and Mrs. Clyle
Sumner of Whlto River Junction were
callers nt tho home of Mr. and Mrs.
M, B, Gove Sunday afternoon. Miss
Lillian Bixby and Arthur Curry re
turned to their homes In Burlington
Monday, having been here to attend
tho funeral of Mrs. William Hoag.
Julius Lathrop and family returned
Saturday from a visit to Mrs. Lathrop's
sister In New York. Gcorgo Dearborn
lias rented the C. K. Bristol house for
several months. Wllllo Morgan hnfl
so far rccovere'd from a hurt sustained
by being hit with a hoard from n. bolt
ing saw at G, A. Thayer's mill two
weeks ago, as to return to his work.
Mr. nnJ Mrs. Clyde Bean nnd daugh
ter. Beatrice, came Monday from Hunt
ington, Mass., where they have been '
for the past, two months. A. N,
Green of Bristol. Copn., was a recent
cutler In town Horace Poland and
family anil Henry Bennett and wife of
Waterbury nre at their home place In
South Llrcoln for a short stay. C, R.
Blcknell and family and Mrs. Hannah
Morgan wore In Burlington Tuesday.
William Sargent Ms spending; a few
days In Burlington with his son, Wal
ter Sargent, apd family. Dr. Frank
Rogers nnd "Mrs. Annette MoriTan of
Vergcnnes called on friends In town
Monday. D. 1,. Garland w.i.s In Bur
lington Tueslay. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Blauvclt of Proyldenco, R. I,, ora In
Mrs. Miron Rlckcrd and daughter. Plot,
ence, ot Tlcondcroga, N. Y,, v.sltcd Mr
nnd Mis. H. W. Dav last week. Mr. and
Mr. A O. Wilght visited friends in
Brldport Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Blron
Clark of New Haven MllLs were, the
guests of Mr. ClnrK's brother, John Clark, I
Sunday. F. C Ward had the misfortune
to have a cow Injured by an automobile
on tho State road Monday night. Mrs.
A. L. Sawyer who has been passing a few
days with Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Hunt, has
gont to her summer cottage at Berlin
Pond, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs.
A. G. Hunt and little granddaughter,
Alma. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Davis and
Ksther Sneden of New JIaven were the
guets of Mr. and Mr3. C. J. Sneden Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs, R. H. Booth of Grosse
Point were at the home of Mrs. Booth's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ward, Fri
day. Mr. and Mrs. 'Roland Mason of
Essex, N. Y., wero tho guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Day Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. O. N. Sherblno and Mr. and -Mrs.
Wesley Sherblno of Middltbury were the
guests of Mrs. P. W. Otis Sunday. Mr.
and Mrs. Woodhurn Harris visited their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Ward.,!
bunaay.-iuella and Blanche Evarts
visited their brother. George Evarts, tn
Panton Monday.
The Rev.' and Mrs. Atthur BroWn of'
Berkley, Calif., and Madatoi Babcock j,
of Crown Point, N. Y., were guests last!
week of their daughter and sister,
Mrs. Sherrle Mead. Miss Maud Farn-i
ham has returned from Morrisvllle. !
where she was tho guest of her ne-1
phew, H. E. Farnham. Mr. and Mrs.
Xavia Rrison are the proud parents
of a daughter born Saturday, the 2t.
R. H. Preble passed the week-end at
the Hunter's home In the Adirondack.".
Miss Mabln Larrahee and friend,
Miss Tuttle, of RurllRgtnn, passed the
week-end with Miss Larrabee's par-ent-,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Larrahee.
Joseph Leranger of Manvllle, R. I., is
visiting his brother, H. Ler.lnger. Mil's
Matott and Miss Addle Bigalow were
called to Cornwall by the death of
their father, Orwoll Bigalow. Mr.
and Mrs. Bryant of-..Dorchester are
guests of Mrs. C H. De Long.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert-. Joyal and three
children of -Pawtucket, R. I., passed
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Har
per. Miss Alice Harper went Monday
to Cliff Haven, N. Y., whero sho has i
secured a position. Mrs. Bert Bartho
lomew and Mrs. lora Bel.len of Whit
h'all, N. Y are visiting their hrother, '
Henry Bolden.- .Aaron Stout of Tope-
ka, Kans., has .Joined his wife and
daughter at Mrs, Maria Smith's. .Mr.J
and Mrs. C. B. Klndall were in Bur
lington Sunday to visit their daughter,
Mrs. Field, who is there for medical
treatment. Miss Ruth Mead Is visit
ing her grandmother. Madam Bahcoek.
Dr. Mary M. Piatt Is passing the week
in Boston. Mr, and Mrs. W H.
BircharJ were in Morlah Monday to
attend the funeral of their hrother
Flora BrlsBon of Essex is visiting rela
tives here.
Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Benedict wera
visitors in Burlington Wednesday. Mrs.
McWllllams of Troy Is a guest of Mrs.
F. M. Partch. Mr. arid Mrs. J. E. Davlfl
and Esther Sneden spent Tuesday at
I.ong Point, guests nf Mr. and Mrs. K. H.
Boynton. The community was saddened
to hear of the death In Now Hampshire
of B. F. Gordon, a former resident of
this town, Mr. and Mrs. F, H, Conan
and J, B, Davis wero In Cornwall Wed
nesday to at'tend the funeral of Orvlll
Blgelow. .Mr, and Mrs. G, C. Coates
went Wednesday to West Brldgewater to
spend a few days with Mr, Coato's
brother. Word has been received nf the
death of a former pastor, Mr. Button,
Mrs. Strong nnd children returned Sun
day from a two weeks' visit with her par
ents at Lake Placid, N. Y.
Miss Klllam of Burlington was enter
tained at C F. Clifford's over Sunday.
Ernest Olalster of England visited his
brother, tho Rev, H, P. Olalster, July 2i to
28, Tho Rev, II, P. Olalster and family
go this week tn Petersburg, N. Y their
former pastorato, to spend their vacation
with friends, J, W, Dike Is recovering
from a recent Illness. G, E. O'Bryan
visited at C, W. Bostwlck's In HInesburs
last week. Miss Georgia Bostwlck return
ing with them for a week's stay. F. S.
Ferguson, A. A. Smith, George Osmer and
Carlos Palhier wre In Mlne'vllle, N, Y
blueberrylng the 24th. Mr,' and Mrs. A. M.
Redmond are entertaining their grand
daughter, LoIb Redmond, from Hlnesburg.
Mrs, O, C. Fisher of Bristol visited her
nephew, F, S. Ferguson, recently, Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Ferguson, accompanied hy
Mrs, Fisher, were at Frank Strong's In
Huntington the 25th.-Mrs, Charles Clif
ford of Brandon Is passing the week at
C. Clifford's, Charles Clifford and son,
Allen, being there for the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. George Clifford and Howard
Hanson and family took an auto trip
through Smuggler's Notch the 25th. Clay
ton Ladeau and family of Lincoln visited
his brother, George Ladeau, the ?Sth. C,
Ladoo visited at F. A. Thome's In Brls.
tol last week, Willis Adams of New York
Is nt Eugene Mlntim's. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Brownell of New York nre guests
of his mother, Mrs. Julia Brownell, Mrs.
Candace Bor.twlek railed at Casslus
Scars' In Monkton the 2Hh. The, Bey. IMward of Portland, Mo rind six grand
Buel W. Maxfleld, who has been with his children.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N, J. Maxfleld, a
few days, has gone to Wlnchendon, Mass.,
where lie will begin his first pastorate.
C. F. Gove and family of Burlington spent
the week-end nt E. ic. Eddy's.
The Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Bowser arc
entertaining Mrs. Cool nnd Mrs. Broijn
of Peru. Mrs. J. C. Thomas entertulned
tho D. A, It. nt her home last week.
Mr. and Mrs, George Pond nnd family
of Dodge City, Knn., are guests of Mrs.
Mary Smith -on Grand View Mountain.
Tho Friendship club was entertained
last week Frid.iv nt the homo of Helena,1
Palmer. Mrs. M. A. Smith nnd Stella
Cross spont a few days In Cornwall last
week, the guest of Mrs.Hamhlln and Mrs.
Pratt. Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Smith
, f
Pelhnm, N. Y., are at tho Smith homo
for a few weeks nnd the doctor's mothor,
Mr. S. W. Smith, Is with them. Ed
ward Abalr has moved from George Son
cer's to Wllllwn Noonan's. May Tracy
gave a Ir-A. to tome ot her friends In
honor of M:.ss M'lbrl Styrling of Keene,
N. H who Is v ".;lng her. Laura Bene
dict Is at Dr. M. D. Smith's for a few
weeks. Amos Bodetle is at t.'.n Fanny
A'Jen hospital, where he und'-rwetit an
operation for appendicitis Friday. Ho
Is doing well, Dorothea O'Bryan has been
spending a few days In Mlddlolmry at
11. R. O'Bryan's.
The Friends quarterly meeting will hu
held at the church here August 7 and S.
Tho Rev. Mr. Shepherd of Pougnkeepsie,
N. Y., and the Rev. Erroll Pcekham of
BDokiyn, N. Y., nre exacted.-The. an
nual reunion of tho Brown families will
be held Augun 12 at the homo of Mr.
and Mrs. Sheldon Stok'.-s. All aro Invited.
Come rain or shine Mrs. Charles Frank
lin and son, who have been visiting rela
tives here, havo returned to their home
In Glens Falls, N. Y Mr. and Mr.".
hicphen loung oi Brooklyn, N. ., were
. , . ... , , . , ,. --ivisiun, jus muiner, .Mrs. i.ury i arev.
guests ruerday of Mrs David I ollan bee Mp. nn Mrs, r.:, ,.; Vnf.Hock nml
"' '"' , ,J il'rtmi., and Mini Lottie Rogers visited
otr.e Circe w,ll meet Tlturrday, August,. r. j. Wheelock's Sunday.-The remains
U with Mrs. Charles Greene. Supper nf M,s., ,.Trrlc rTnrkntti wnn aM at
will bo oervod. jt)l0 homc of nor s,Pri Mrs Kilroy Mr-
MPISi'KTf) V Nail, In Champlaln, Saturday were
itw.miUiX brought to Colchester Monday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Gcorjje A. Motso and .Funeral services were held nt the Bap
grandson, Harold Morse, of Mornavllle, i tlst Church at two o'clock. Burial took
and driver. H. it. Gregg, a.ld JIM Jes-jplace In the village cemetery. Ray Man
slo Kettridge of Hardwlck, who is,ley and family and brother, James Man
vlolting them, called on her aunt, Mrs. i ley of Springfield, Mnss., nre camping
.V. C. Gage, Thursday. Miss Helen t Mallotts Bay for two weeks. The
Lee of Vorgennes Is the guest tit Mts. Ladles Aid was entertained hy Mrs. M. E.
L. E. Meecli this week. She was form- Thompson Wednesday afternoon. All
erly a teacher here. There Is some had an enjoyable time. Mrs. Fay Marvin
talk of forming a cemetery association suffering from blond poisoning in her
to do much needed work. Tho M. W. hand. Dr. Kenynn is caring for It. The
A. attended the lerturo given by State King' Daughters will serve a rovered
Deputy O. F. Baldwin of Concord, .V. ,iflh supper at the parish house, Friday.
H.. on the Park at Vcrgennes Tuesday Mr aml Mrs' M- Redds and little
and reported a very Interesting anJ daughter spent Sunday with her parents.
Instructive mooting. Several from Mr- nnrt Mrs- Fulllncton, nt Rock
here attended the cireu3 at Burling- Tolnt.-MIss Clara Tltze of Champlaln
ton. Mrs D E. Meech, Mrs. J F. visited at H S. White's camp Friday and
Ladd, Mrs. H. H. Avrcs and Miss Helen Saturday. Mrs. Lyman C. Hunt and
Lee motored to Bristol Mnnrin v Mr ohlldren of Barre arc vlsttine her par-
C C Martin and Miss Frances Wheokr
of North Ferrlsburg Msited at the
home of Mrs. W. H. Gee last week.
The funeral nf Orvllle Blgelow, who
died In town Monday, July IX. was held
at his late home Wednesday at 11:00
yi. m. ine nev. k. tiamnn, pastor ot
the Congregational Church, ofllciated, and
interment was In Evergreen cemetery in
town. Mr. Blgelow was born in Crown
Point. N. Y., October'?. 1W9, a son of the
late Ransom and Jerusha Lawren' e Blge
low,' and had resided a greater part of
his life in fihorehom. He moved to Corn
wall Ih IMS. Mr. Blgelow had been in
feeble health for several years. Ho Is
survived hy his wife, five sons, Burt
Blgelow of Sprlnrfield, Mass., Henry and
Ernest of Amherst, Mass., Norman of
Port Henry, N. Y . Leonard of Shorrham,
and three daughters, JIrs. Wesley
Spaulding. Mrs. Norman Matot and Miss
Adda Rlgelnw of Shoreham, and Elmer
Wolcott of t'hl town, a foster son. The
sons served ns hearers. JIrs. Anna Mend
Hobhs and daughter, Mary, of Cleveland,
Ohio, were recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. James. Mrs. William Ballon
of Chester is a guest of Mrs. W, H.
Bingham. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Chatterton
of Rutland are at A. J. Field's. Mrs.
Fred We.stop, who has been nt the Pitts
ford sanatorium for treatment, has re
turned home somewhat Improved.
Mrs. Frank Hnnna and ton from Maine,
have been visiting her sister, JIrs. Carl
Eaton for over a week. Mrs. Charles
Roberts went to Addison last week, being
called there hy the illness of Mr. Rob
ert's mother. Phyllis Farr Is In Ran-dolph-
sanitarium for treatment Mrs.
Leon Sturtevanl gave a party for her sis
ter., Mrs. Bailey Follanshy of St .lohns
hury, las.l. Thursday P. m, There were over
55 ladles from Rochester and (his town
present. Refreshments wero served nnd
music, nnd a social time were en
joyed Tho M!ssc3 Ruth and Charlotte
Goodyear havo been '-amplng with tho
Camp Fire Olrls In Rochester this week.
Clarence Martin has sold ills farm and
has bought Bernie Kidder's place In
Lower Rochester. Mrs I M. Church
was a week-end guest of her parents,
Mr. nnd. Mrs W. H. Hubbard and wife, In
Rochester. Mrs. Carl Eaton and sons,
David nnd John, also Mrs. Frank Hanna
and son, Markup, were at Lake Rnnmoio
tne first of the wMk to attend tho Camp
bell picnic-Mrs. Carllno Marsh went to
Bethel the first of the week for a few
days. Miss Lon Fifleld spent the week
end In Granville.
The. Rev. A, A. Lancaster, who with his
family have been at their farm for somo
time, went Mnndny morning to Youngs
town, O., where he was called to officiate
at tho funeral of one of his parishioners.
Miss Sarah Henderson has returned to
her homo In Worcester, Mass., after
spending her vacation with her sister,
Mrs. E. F. Trnsk. Tho Rev. S. H Myers
has sold his place at the Corners to
Charles Ktanton.-.Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter
Bennett of Wultham, Mass.. are with
Mrs. Bennett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. El
mer Coonrod. William Rogers of Fitch
burg, Mass., s visiting relatives here.
Prof, and Mrs. Abbott of Middlehury spen
last week with the Rev. A. A. Lancaster
and family -Miss Wealthy Spaulding Is
111 nt tho homo of her brother, Loyal
Spaulding Roy Kent's daughter, Elea
nor, of Wltherhee, N. Y., is spending the
summer with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Loyal Spaulding. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wright and two children of New
Haven, Fpent Sundav In town. Dr. Da
vison. State secretary for the Baptist
association will speak at the Federated
Church next Sunday and administer com
munion service, The Lndles' Union will
meet with Mrs. Wright Hoyt Wednesday
afternoon, August 4, Several from here
nttended the services at tho Loomls
Grove last Sunday,
Chittenden County
Joseph Wheat, Sr., died at his home at
41 West street Monday night following an
Illness of a short duration. He was born
In Fairfax In IMS and came to this village
when a little boy and had resided here
ever since He Is survived by nine children,
three daughters, the Misses Lillian and
Nellie Wheat of this village and Mrs. G.
LeDue, alsp of this village and six sons,
Joseph Jr, and Arthur Wheat of this vll-
Inge, Fred of Burlington, George of Mid-
tllebtiry, Oliver of Lafavette. R. L. and
mo ninerai or Joseph Wheat, Sir.,
of II West street will he held to-morrow
morning nt eight o'clock at St.
Francis Xavlcr's Church with Inter
ment In St. Francis cemetery.
Cards have been recel.ved In town
announcing tho coming marriage of
Miss Carolyn H, Hnywar.l, daughter of
the Row nnd Mrs. Chnrlcs H. Haywnrd,
formerly of this place, but now of
North Troy, tn James Brown Lee., Jr.,
of Chicago, 111. Tho marriage will tako
placo Saturday at North Troy, They
will reside in Springfield,
i Articles of transfer wero recorded at tho
town's clerk ofllue .Monday of the prop.
crl' ot A. Mills, consisting of the
; nunriing anil lot occi
occupied by the Red
Front store, also the property of Mrs.
Ellen Smith the former MncOmber prop
erty on the corner of Lincoln street and
Lincoln place. Both transfers aro made
tn J. A, Donahue, who Is given Immediate
Artnur F. Baker nnd Mary Barbara
I.avery, both of Burlington wero united
in marr'.go on Saturday, July II at the
Congregatli-nai parsonage by the Rev.
William Mllla.'.
Mr. nnd Mrs Bert A. Mills and two
children, Esther and Alton; Mrs. Ellen
Smith and daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Smed
!ey. from Ph'lndclphla; JIrs. Nora Wil
kins and Miss Edith Blgelow loft Tues
day morning for California,' where they
will make their homo with the exception
of M!s Big-clow, who will pass tho winter
with her aunt in California. They will be
greatly mis3cd by tholr many friends and
all Join In wishing tlfem the best of luck.
Miss Arline Redmond returned Satur
day Irom Rock Island, 1!. 1., where she
w.ik when taken ill nnd is at tho home of
Mr. and .Mrs Robert Redmond In Wll
L. n. raroy of Springfield, .Mass., Is
visiting his mother, Mrs. Lucy Carey.
Mr' nntl J,rs' A n' MeNell.-Dana ,
nn t " eynrmge is visiting nis
grandparents. He has returned from the
-Mary J ictcner nospuai.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Senna were guests
. of their sister, Mrs, Lena Cross, recently.
Miss Eleanor Ruth Ii.im.ion entertained
six of her girl friends Monday afternoon,
It being her ninth birthday. Edward
Bartmy, Sr., has hought Mrs. Mary Be
ttor's placo known i th George Tnlcott
place. Howard, son of Jerry Harper, who
I has been visiting his father, has returned
: to his home In Northfield. A large num
j her of townspeople attended the circus
and parade held in Burlington this week
I Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Bushnell
and daughter. Winnie, who havo been vis
iting Mr. Bushnell's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Nelson Bushnell. have returned to
' their home on Blackllck, Pa. Mrs. How
' ard Merrill recently entertained her aunts,
Mrs. Cora Litchfield of Randolph and
J Mrs. Meda Brothers and daughter of
Hlnesburg, also her mother. Mrs. Clar
; ence Caswell of this place. Mr. and Mrs.
II. S. Isham and son. Franklin, Mr. and
1 Mrs. S. D. Warren took an automobile
j ride to Underbill recently Mrs. Isham and
1 son and S. D. Warren went to see a house
I Mr. Johnson's father built SO years ago,
'the floor being laid with logs. Mrs.
' Clara .Howe from Pittsburgh,' N. Y ,
j with Miss Nelly Isham of Burlington were
' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tiras Isham over
' Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Miles were
1 gttests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wel
l linger in St. George recently. Mrs.
Archie Casey and son, Howard, nnd Isa
belle Porter visited friends in Essex Junc-
' tlon recently.
I Announcement has been received
of the marriage of Prof. L.
Rlchnrd Denn to Miss Belle Bream at
Gettysburg. Pa., July 21. Mr. and Mrs.
Dean are to reside In Richmond, Ind.
The Rev. Frederick Rutan left Monday
for a month's vacation to be spent at hii
'camp at Lake Pleasant, N. Y. Mrs. Frank
Chamberlain and daughter, Ruth nf East
I Lansing, Mich., have been guests nt the
home of Robert Holmes. Mr. and Mrs.
ilovcjoy and two daughters of Roxhury,
Mass., were recent guests of relatives in
town. Miss Adeline Pease nf Northamp
ton, Mass., Is visiting In town. Mrs. Liz
zie Stewart of Middlehury has been vis
iting Mrs. Beers. E. X. Loomls of New
York city wot a huslness visitor at R. N,
Ilulmos' Saturday. Mr. Loomls, who
bought several thousand barrels of apples
in this section .last, year, reports a fair
crop through this- vicinity. Miss Frances
Bora, who hn-s been visiting relatives In
Montpollcr, has returned home accom
panied by her cousin. Miss Lizzie Osier.
The Modern Woodmen of America had a
rousing meeting at their hall Thursday.
Delegations were present from surround
ing camps and thedegreo teams from Bur
lington and Wlnooskl Indicated a largo
class of candidates and n bountiful ban
quet was served at the close of the core
monela. Mrs, Robert Lessor is visiting
relatives In Hlnesburg. Mlsn Josephine
Stebblns of Burlington Is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. J. B. Williams. Joseph Bora and
son, Arthur, left Sunday by auto for a
trip through Massachusetts.
Tho death of Mrs, Laura Ballard oc
curred Tuesday July 30 at tho home of her
son, Frederick Ballard, after several
yoars of falling health. She was over "0
years old. Mrs, Ballard lived In Ooorgia
the greater part of her life and was the
daughter of tho Rev. Nelson Barbour of
that plare. The funeral was held Friday
I afternoon at her lato home, The Rev.
I F. F,. Talbeo officiated. Burial was made
! In the family lot at Georgia East Plains
i cemetery.
Funeral services for Harmon Stone were
held Sunday with burial In Riverside
cemetery at Stowe whoro Mr. Stone's wife
Is burled. He was 81 years of age. Mr.
Stone came to Milton from the West to
visit his daughter, Mrs. Ryan, who Is
housekeeper at tho home of Dewey Lyon,
He wns here but a short time, when he
was tnken 111 and removed to the State
Hospital at Waterbury and 10 days later,
death occurred, July 20. The remains were
placed In B. D, Martin's undertaking room
until a son arrived from Colorado, Mr,
and Mrs, Joseph Vlons and daughter,
Beatrice, are passing the week In Canada,
visiting In Quebec and St, Anne de Beau
pre. Clifton Wells, who has been passing
his vacation with his mother, Mrs. Jen
nie Wells, has returned to New Britain,
Conn, Miss Katherlne Gabree and Daniel
Babes in the Wood
Ydi remember the old story they
hain't been brougb np to tak:. tart
"a Hiemselves in emei fancies The'.hiJ
di&i.oi tiiese days arp-.tur. neV .reli&jit
pr,tl rcsjponsible. Tht.v'l) un-Kr- r,,oi
li we just; guva hem start, says
Tskt the country-minded farm chil-Q'-"f
va-i or-''S fin't some way to help
j-r iremaiw arms ?rd hijy farms of
owii. That vnVr .ne .sioke would
'o'vi fcbe whole farrr problem.
"If fry rjittnlry kid
Ch'l"i t i"nthhiilid
Tnutt ,V trldnal wheat,
A nd I 'tkon Market Street,
WHAT -v-iuM rs rat?"
That, in a verselet, is the
whole farm problem.
Fortunately , the children
CAN be kept on the farm.
How? Suppose you let
me oend in your name
TODAY for the next 52
rich, helpful issues of THE
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McCarty of Waterbury were recent guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker. Frank
W. Levanway, a former old time resident
of this town died at his late homc in
Saranac Lake, N. Y , Thursday, aged S2
years. The funeral was held at Saranac
Lake last Saturday. He is survived by his
widow and two sons. Arthur and Wallace.
Representatives of the iecal Masonic
Lodge attended the funeral of the late
Arthur Landon who died overseas In the
service and whoe hurial t"ok place at
South Hero Sunday. Mrs. Lena Mann,
who has been a resident of California a
few years, came here last week to visit
her mother, Mrs. C. A. Pratt at Camp
Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barrett
are parents of a sort horn Tuesday af
ternoon at the St. Albans hospital. Tred
Robinson and Miss Annie Johnson of East
Highgate were married recently and will
reside at East Highgate. Karl Robinson
and Miss Theresa- Courser of Groveton,
N. H., who wero married -wHl reside at
Newport. Karl and -Fred are sons of Mr.
and Mrs. George Robinson of this-place.
Ml. Violet McCarroll of North Easton,
Mass,,, was a recent guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Willis Morton. Mr. nnd Mrs. U. H.
niller, Mrs. Harlow Lamb and S. O. Brush
attended the funeral of Arthur Landon at
South Hero Sunday. Miss Winifred Pat
terson of Burlington nas been spending a
few days In town, the guest of Mrs. P.
C. Mears. Programs and tickets or the
Community Chautauqua, tn br held here
next week Tuesday, , Wednesday nnd
Thursday, have arrived. A large audience
tent equipped with electric wiring system,
nnd a large canvas fence six feet high
will he erected for the entertainments.
Famous musicians at each entertain
ment, lectures and magicians. Mrs. Ger
trude Landon nnd son, Edward, have re
turned from passing several weeks in
ramp at East Highgate and Alhurg. Miss
Constance Wheeler of Burlington was in
town the first of the week to meet offi
cers of the Milton branch of the Red Cross
at the home-of Mrs. J.-A. Kcnnody. Plans
nere discussed for work for fall and win
terMrs. William Landon , has returned
from a visit at South Hero Mrs. Edith
Bombard, Miss Madge Howard and Miss
Blanch Qitinell passed, tlio week-end at
Camp Martin,
The funeral nf Mrs. Carollpo Clark
Powell, widow of the late Edgar Powell,
and for many years a. resident of this
town, took place at three o'clock Sunday
nt the Baptist Church. The Rev. c. .1
Staples, pastor of the Unitarian Church
of Burlington officiated, assisted hy the
Rev. Lyman Hall, pastor of the Baptist
Church. The bearers were Harris Prin
dle, Elmer Gove, William Kellogg and
Frank Davis. A malo quartet sang several
selections and there was a profusion of
beautiful flowers. The hurial took placo
In the family lot In Mornlngside ceme
tery. Mrs. Phoebe Eno has returned homo
after an absence of seven months In Troy,
N. Y. The Rev. George H. Carr and Mrs.
Carr and daughter, Gladys, are visiting
friends In town, Mr. Carr, who was a for
mer pastor of tho Baptist Church, will
preach there next' Sunday mornlnv. Mrs.
Edward B, Sherman Is visiting her moth
er, Mrs. Phoebe Eno. Miss Genevieve
Horsford Is visiting friends nt Long Point
On Sundny evening .August 1, at 7:.10
at the Baptist Church, an address will ho
given by Martin S. Vilas, on "Tho Pro
gross of Popular Government In the Uni
ted States." Mr. nnd Mrs. Roderle Eno
and family and W. 1. Bradley spent Sun
day nt Thompson's Point. Charles Wpos
tor of Milwaukee, Wis., and niece, Miss
Ava Hawley, nf Floral Park, L. I., are
visiting their cousins, Mlsa Sarah Woos
ter and Mrs. Phoehe Eno, Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Kimball and family and Mrs. Ran
som Beers spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Beers.
Miss May Morgan Is critically
ill at her home on Shelburne
Point. Free Instructions In sewing will be
given to girls between ages of nine and 10
years. Any girls who will attend meeting
regularly and work hard aro Invited to
meot at the homo of Mrs. B, C. Marsettp
Friday, August 6. at two o'clock sharp.
Mothers are welcome to come .with their
children. Mrs. Murray will open a class In
sowing for women Friday, August 20. at
tho home of Mrs. Arthur Vaugh'an.
Farther notice will be given later. Mr.
and Mrs. George Taylor, Sr., have .been
called to Albany, N, Y by tho sudden
death from heart failure of Mrs. Herman
Taylor. She leaves a little daughter about
four years old,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. .Benedict and their
eon, C, J. Benedict and family of Rutland
came home yesterday after spending a
few days In Littleton, .N. H.
Edward S. Saxton.-one of the. .oldest
residents of the village and a member of
a weU known and prominent family, died
yesterday afternoon In his 81st year. The
funornl services will be held on Friday
afttfrnoon at two o'cIock at the residence
of 'his brother, Horace Saxton.
man. The first copy you
receive will give Dean
Davenport's answer. His
article is typical of Coun
try Gentleman national
service, studying every
phase of the farmer's
problemandshowing him
how successful men the
country over are solving
it. Yotir farm needs the
C. G.t Let mc call for
your dollar.
The Progressive Agricultural club
Sloi urn. who has been visiting her
and family In .Milton, returned home
day. Mr. and Mrs. Tlras Isham of
liston were recent visitors at Elmer-
Williston visited their unpin Wnltor-
ton, Sunday. F. H Atwood, who
been quite ill, is gaining.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edflv. who-
to their home In Pawtucket, P.. I ,
lork Sunday after a two weeks' vn
In town. JIrs. Baxter and children.
remain for a timo with h n.irrfnt
Kl,. V. .. .. V....V. .VI' -.. . I. . . .
.Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Carpenter are'
ents ot a son. born JuH- n Mr
fw T T . . ...
., u,j ,i,.ui ua coupies attended
dance Friday cvenlnc Mr. mH
Charles Patrick of Burlington spent
- ' - .... tn ,,, ilU, UUH
caned there by the illness of her sis
hospital for nppendicltls.-,-Mr.
M r s. H. H. Bromley of B,
Itntnn n..s ..(.. I.t.
In town Mr T5..ts,. I- ...
iui ttFipcnuicius, .Mrs i ora Mtcmtcld
uanuoiph visited her sister. Mrs. M.
Brothers, tho past woek.
Dr. ntnl Mr. a T. T5. .i i.
been visiting relatives in town ik
... u. uin) ..mi son, iticnaro, arc
H. K. Hunt Mra rinr.An. cu--
Mechanlcsvllle, N. Y camo Tuesdav
visit ner sister, Mr. C H Bennet
i Mrs. Elizabeth Allen and .Mrs. Mir.
ie...u.. ,.. ,. . . .
' " .',oi"hd, . 1 15U
,. .. ...... .,,,, a. i.. u l Kpr nr h-.
i llngton is In town this week.
T.VQnr.le Mnrl ...
riante nt T ' n .4 n U 1 1 1 ll. i . .
! nrsflay mornlni: at 0 30 o'clock at
uiuiiki? miuil'ii, mh iis m years oin
i nnt'ec t Tt-r rlntnliire r - r m t -
' of Underhlll and Mrs. Alexander Therr
i of Richmond: and four sons. 'Fred
and William of Brockton, Mass.
The Ladles Aid will hold a social
July 31, from six to eight o'clock,
cream and cake will ho served .
of MCami Owassla." Mr. and Mrs, C
iiuc iinu mrfu lUiMimn ana .unr. jo
Shean wero In Richmond Sunday at I
homc of Mark Richardson. Thv mn
ht trip by automobllcWllIIam Ho
' s wnn uc- nt'trivnii ni t' hi. m r
' iu warn win rcrnn n .i n.
17 .l ...111
loncer. Mr. and Mrs. Swontt n at i
mm' tl .tli (JIM I l
in rvf U'ntsiftM n n.l ,lnl.r,U. - .
Chester WhUtcmorn were in St AJna
... . ... , t4t ,,1.,-, iwiiuur 'in tin
talnins relativea from Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. Parmnn s Finish wf
in nn ur ucn xuesnav tn ntrnri 1
, iuurt .ti ui imam ft., rawe ,-ir, a
Mrs. William Ruzzell and ton nnrt Mi
A Has CniillU 1 1. . . .
,l m j... l i
IWAAHK' Vlfilf irlih (Via . j nr..- T
I"" !! WIU J,"V. llll 'HD. tt
I TlllVvAll nt r! T'.
t i ' -
! rt.1v) h r e rnriiniA.I tn. Via.. KAoviMrv
'. in 'US, l IV. 11UUP i'll
'Mtmte and children have arrived fro
i Rarre nnd havft cnnA tci Vprtnlncr hon
In Herhert Hutchinson's tenement o
Mrs. C, A. Pe-aso and children of Bu
Ilnpton accompanied hy John Pettis
Boston, who is stopping at the Hot
and Mrs, John Carroll of Waterbury we
itvciit, uohuip ui uiKimn iu iuii ii
wood and Lester Peck of Essex Junttm
whft have hen spending a few days
tho home of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Pec
0 n CfVk rO 11,-..-. A 1-

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